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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSESMTIM OP OEMIU'RATIC PRIWIPLSS, ASD TO EARS AN HONEST LIVING BV TIIE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, Oil, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21). 1H87.
Jltc (L-ugcnc (Tittt ftuard.
I. L. CAMTBCLL,
IMihliwIit'r ant Pioiuietor.
((r''lCE -On the East side i Willamette
ir.-ct. between ncvertti ami r.t.;lil!i Mrccts.
vi:iiMs or sunsckiption.
i t-r Hiiii imi . . .
'; hree iiiit!- .
KATliH Or ADVK11TIS1NG
dvertiseiiiciits inserted im follow:
iii.-nniire. ten lines or less one: insertion $3
.u:h subneiiuont insertion i 1. 'a-ii required
'"'Hine advertiser will lie charged at the fol
line wiiiure three months 00
(hie square six month "
i)in'8in" yur tH)
Transput notices in local column, 20 cents
per line tor eatli insertion.
Advertising bill will be ren.Icre.l quarterly.
All job wmk must lie paiii ion on hki.ivuhy,
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
KUGENE CITY", OREGON.
nllACTICKS IN ALLTHE COUKTS OK
tlii State. Will give special attentiou
t i collection ami probate matters.
OrKU'K--Over Hun Irick k Kakin's bank.
CEO. B. D0RR1S,
Attorney and Coiuisellor-at-Law,
riA. PRACTICE IX TIIE COURTS
V of the Second .luilicial District and in
he Supremo Court (if thin State.
Sa.ciid attention given l, collections and
palters in probate
Washburne & Woodcock
rttJCENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE At the Court House. jy8m3
am. a. nonius.
H. W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORMS
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON
Omi'E Over Rnbins.m& Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
ittorny and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
i EUGENE CITY, - OUl.GO.V
unic formerly o'-cupied by Thompson i
J. E. FENTOX,
EUGENE CITY OKEGON.
Special attention given to Keal Estato Frac
ice and AUtr.tcU of Title.
Okficb Over Grange Store.
T. Y. KAURIS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
llvnideuce on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
DR. JOSEPH V. GILL,
i IAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
V'idence when uot (irofessioually engaged,
liesidence on Eighth ftreet, opposite Fresby
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
TILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
M Courts of the State.
Siecial attention given to real estate, col
ectini;, and probata mattem.
Collecting all kimls of claims a-auist the
United States Govcriiineut.
Office in Walton's brick-rooms 7 and 8.
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRAIlLE
Farms, Improved and Unimproved 1"'U
projierty fur sale, on eay terms.
Property Sented and Ec-nts Collected.
The Insurance Companies I represent are
ini'ins; the Oldest and most Reliable, and in
the Prompt andEyt'lTABT.!; adjustiueiit of their
losses Stand Skcond to None.
V share of your patronni,'e is s'licitel.
Office up stairs, over the Grange Store.
B. F. DOKRIS.
J. DAVIS ;
Merchant Tailor, j
TTAS OPKVF.f) A SHOP OX NINTH i
in his line. g
A Ur,(. ftiiclc of Fine Cloth on hand f- '
Uin9 of Ijtlirt 'l.sk. i
; .rUpairint and clennmi; done pruinl'tly. Sut-
Eugene, No. 0, ISSii. tf
i: Bit it mm SF !
v.( OUli MG STOCK
lKr,?W( VKfe'-J OF !
,W A'. V'3. 'V' -is TA JUl W W HQ V AJLiU
TT i rii -. i -
n, ii iii 'I'liiv v w
Suits Made to Order,
No TROUBLE to
J. W. CIIE1UIY,
Solo Agents for
T n im ii ii imnii i wiim wi w mum ihwiim.mmjlii
7i Koii THE JUSTLY CELFIiRATED
-GOLD AND SiLVER SHiRTS.
ami can sell
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL DRESS G0008ii
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LA R(JE
Of S and
From the Cheapest to the
be suited either as to
Our assortment is Complete,
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a call.
OUR STOCK is
CfFaTsJi, "Sew mid Stylish.,!
Look us or; if d, not Mv. y,u
to you lo v.
a full line of
ash . Is:
See our remarkably complete and t-leiiant
m w nt.ick at the
!v r i'ni,'nt?'rM
still at the old reliable "Grange Store," Vfft
ell you aiiythui:,' that you want to eat
Best. All parties can
Price or Quality.
from the lowest V rice up to
..,.,v, -v. .ii
inakH s'lin one f
Ii I) TTT"W
J U a 1 il
An Absoluto Cure
The ORIGINAL AIUETINE OINTMENT
is only put up in lar . two minco tin b ixes,
and is an absulute cui) for old sores, burns
womi.is, itmii d linn Is and all slii'.i i-rnp-lions.
Will posiiivclv cure all kiniUof piles
A-V for Hi.. ORIGINAL Abll.TINI'. OINT.
SIENT. Sold by all dm .;i;ils at '.'". cents p. r
box ! y iniiil "H c uts
what Is It:
Th .i pui.hic. s thai lLiiutilul!y m.(i clii--ph
xi. u and h ave no traces of its i.pli. a
ti..:i . r injur.ii:H i V. 1 1?. ? Tic i.i:: w. r, V is
l;..li.'!',!!'f iH-c.mi lilies all this, iii.d
oiliii . d by l.i.Rcs ot t.i-.t.' nti.l ;cliiu
to be tin- mo ,1: lihtful toiht ar;i"!e
iirod'.i.'. d. VViiriautid liai m!i--s and
uss. i M, Wi'.kius, aj;-id, l'uijto
Delays ara Dangerous.
You iy, w.-ll, 'ti unly slight col.!, l silt
out, it in iv I. to au iiitlauiati..n ul the liniuu'
iii-oi luiuii'roiii air cells ,il the Lillys tins is
Pneumonia, Or to i.p:iMn...lie contractions nf
tlie tiores ol tin- air ikisshucs, w hich is Asthma
or the liill .matinii m tlie lii.i.ie nuiiilirane of
the throat and tubes which pai-s throli;;h the
I.nuu's, which in tlie tirst sIuko is tailed I'.ron
chitis, and may lead to consumption. Santa
Abie is d. lii ions in liavor, certain and peifect
in its icsii'it. A few d. ms wiil ivli. ve, a thor
ough treatiurut cure the a'.nve named ilijeavs.
Every bottle warrante I by all druists.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkitu, th. driiiat,
is not Killing "Wiwloin'B Rubcitine" for the
complexion, the most elegant and only really
harmless preparation ol ils kind in the
world, mid KiviiiK beailliful picture card
w ith every bottl",
The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold
in the head, hay f. vtr, rose c.d.l, catarrhal
deafness and norti eves. Reslmo the w-iiNt
of tnste and ntij.li usanl breath, rrsultini; from
catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow
directions and a euro is wananti il, by all
diueistK. Send for circular to ARIE'l'INE
MEDICAL COMPANY, Oioville, Cal. Six
nioutliK' treatment for $1.((I; scut by mail
f l.lti. For aale by all dni'"ists.
harm for Sale.
I have for sale '22(1 acres of laud know u ns
the (iiltihm farm; ams yood timber and
the remainder all prairie. All under fonce;
g 1 lioiiso Hinl bain: pood i rchurd nnd
other improvements. The place, has an
abundance of good spring water mid is tit
iiat.d one. fourth milo from the Pleasant
Hill school house, one of tho best school
districts in tho . ouutv. I'm fui llu r lmrtieu-
iirs apply to T. O. Hmndiikks.
IlaviiiL' perfected uriangeinent , with par
ties in Portland, I nm able now to tind imr-
chasers 'or lands, more r.aililv than
heretofoui. If you have laud for sale, im
prove.! or unimproved, von cannot do lat
ter than In entrust your business with us.
Terms reasonable. Your palroini're solicited.
11. F. Doums.
Thousands of Dollars
are spent every year by (he p' opln of this
state for worthless medicines for the cure ol
throat and lung diseases, when we know thai
if they would only invest SI in SANTA Alii E,
the new Calif. iruia discovery for consump
tion and kindred complaints, they would Hi
this pleasant remedy iind relief. It is rec
ommended by ministers, physicians and pub
lic speakers of the Golden S ate. Sold nnd
guaranteed by all druggists at $1 a bottlu.
Three for $2.50.
I he most stubborn oaso of cnti.rrti will
speodily succumb to CALIFORNIA CAT-1U
CUUE. Six months' treatmint for $1. lly
mail ?1. 1(1
May bo increased, tho Digcstivo organs
strengthened, and tho bowels regulated,
by taking Ayor'g Pills. Theso Pills aro
purely vegetablo Iu tbelr composition.
They contain neither calomel nor any
other dangerous drug, and may bo taken
with perfect safety by persons of all ages.
I was a great auffercr from Dyspepsia
and Constipation. I bad no appetite,
nnd watt constantly afllictc.d with llca.l
aelio and Dizziness. I consulted our
family doctor, who prescribed for me, at
various times, without affording mora
than temporary relief. I finally com
menced taking Ayer'a Pills. Iu u short
tiuio my digestion and appetitu
my Iwiwols wero regulated, and, by tho
time I finished two boxes of these Pills
my tendency to headaches liail disap
peared, and I lximo strong and well.
Oarius M. Logan, Wilmington, Del.
I was troubled, for over a year, with
Loss of Appetite, and General Debility.
I commenced taking Ayer's Pills, and,
befi.ro finishing half a box of this uiwli
clne, my appetite and strength wero re
stored. C. O. Clark, Danbury, Coun.
Ayer's Pills aro thfl best millcinii
known to me for regulating tho bowels,
and for all diseases caused bv a d isordered
.Stomach and Liver. I suffered for over
three years with Headache, Indigestion,
and Constipation. I had noappeiiie.and
was weak and nervous must of tho time.
three boxes of Ayer's Pills, and at the
same time dieting myself, I was com
pletely cured. My digestive organs aro
now in good order, and I am in perfect
health. P. Lotkwood, Topeka, Hans.
Ayer's Pills have benefited me wonder
fully. For months I suffered from Indi
gestion and Headache, was restless ut
night, and had a bad taste in my mouth
every morning. Alter taking one box
of Ayer's Pills, all these troubles dis
appeared, my food digested well, nnd
my sleep was refreshing Henry C.
liemiueuway, Kockport, Mass.
I was cured of the riles by the tn of
Aer'a Pills. They not only relieved mo
of that painful disorder, hut give me in
creased vigor, and restored m health.
John Lazarus, St. John, N. 11 tt
Frrpared by Dr. J. C. i Ter k Co, Lowell, tlai.
Bold ly sQ DrcjeUU sod DteJcrs In Medicine.
Hit Trousers Wri f Uliinl.
New York Mail and Express.
"Ev-nse nm, 1 thought I was ia Mr. Joiie
t 1 " "
"And so you are."
"Yes, but I mean Jones, the tailor."
"Well, this in Jones, the tailor."
Tins was the conversation that followed
a hurried vntraiice into a down-town tailor-
liiS o-;iaMihiiiciit bv a repoiter. As lie open
mi the door be came upon a mail with a glue
pot in one uiiml anil a lirusli in the olhsr
A perceptible ndol of the gelatinous com
pound piivaihil the entire iipaitnicnt.
"Oh, ves," the reporter at last found
I'.i.ilh to say, reci fiiiing Mr. Jones in th
back i i.it of tho khop. "Are my trousers
"N,.t yet. Pnowii is jut goiny to tutu the
"Itrown was the man with th glue put
The reporter watched him. He took the
brush and daubing the lower part of the lee
of a pair of tlno black Mellon trousers with
glue, turned them up, mid laying a hot iron
on tncui, haul: "es, sir; conic, in iiIkiuI
noon; they'll be done, bv that lime."
"Hut, .Mies, 1 want inv trousers, sewed
You are building these as a man would
"That's all right, my Ihij-. We tuiu or
only lirst-clnss work Cilim beat thread
.o rips, no seams niiow ing, no crease, yon
And, sure enough, when at uoon thetrous
em came home, the owner found in several
places where he had hitherto beuu necus.
turned to see his garments held together by
till en. I thai glue Int. I been used.
A Lim'k ruraili.
West Virginia in a mnall, Bparaely-eettled
mountain Mate, ne.nr I'ctiusylvniiia, but
lias the biggest syndicate, of liars that ever
imposed upon distant newspapers. Never n
day ians( s that a sensation of tome kind
uot sent out from it. If all the crimes that
are related as happening within its bound
actual!? took place, one-half the population
would be iu jail, a miarter would lie offleers
of the law, ami other quarter would be fugi
lives from justice, If all the discoveries of
mineral wealth were true, it would bo pro.
diiciug more gold than California, more eil
v. r than Nevada, more coal and irou than
Pennsylvania, more diamonds than South
Africa, nnd more buildinc-stone than tin
whole New England States. If all (he bears
and panthers and wild-culs and snakes do
business thero that are reported, it would be
safer to travel through tbo jungles of Africa
than through a West Virgiuia forest. If all
the Htraiige people live there that are said to,
tho museum of tho world would not want
for freaks for tho next bundled years.
A Short Inlermiftsion.
"You were not iu church lust Sunday,"
said the good pastor in mild reproach.
"No," said ilaglev, getting rid in tho face
"The fact is, I have some notion of retiring
from the church during the sutniuei
"Is it possible!" exclaimed tlis pastor in s
hoi rilled tone. "Ilavo you become infeelid
with these modern free-thinking notions
"No! no! not at all. Tho fact is, I've
bought a lawn mower, and I in afraid Icau't
be a coiiiistcnt Christian while I'm learning
to handle the blamed thing.
A cadaverous looking man invaded the
counting room of a busy merchant on Madi
son Ktruet yesterday morning and handed
him a card on which was written: "I am
deaf and dumb, please buy a box of matches.'
The merchant shook his head and the ped
iller turned to go. Jlis look of deep dejec
tion touched the heart of the business man
and he impulsively called after him: "Hold
on; I'll buy a box." The deaf and dumb
man did not respond. Not he. Ha was an
artist iu his particular lino. He merely
happened in ngain in the afternoon of the
same day and sold tho penitent merchant two
dozen boxes, Chicago 1 1 11 ill no .
Why iuerease the List? "Tompkins,"
said a somewhat rapid traveling man to n
friend whose tastes nnd habits were much
like his own, "I am very much worried." "1
wouldn't cultivate it, my dear fellow. Put
what's the mult. r?". "Debts. I am over-
whclmui'd with thein. I don't turn a corner
without running into a creditor. There's
the hatti r, and the tailor and the gents' fur
nihher, i.nd the ttorlst and the liveryniHn
in fact, I don't tee but one way out of the
difficulty." "What is thst?" "I've a good
mii.d to commit suicide." "And add the
undertaker to the list? My dear fellow, at
lead be teas mable."
A eiitl 'inau went to a traveling phre
nologist to have his head examined.
After a momtnt'B inspection the. pre'essor
started back, exclaiming "Good heavens!
yon have the most unaccountable combina
tion I ever discovered in a human being.
Were your parents eccentric?"
"No. hir, replied lh all round character
meekly, "but my wife i. Y..M neeJn't pny
mi v attention to the larger bumps, sir.
Kurlington Free Prtss.
The late Vice Piesidi nt Wheeler willed his
fort' ue 1 1 foreign missions, and now bis r I
ativ. s rally and want to br.uk tin t will.
There is s feeling thut he that c.relh not for
bis own house is worse than s luMlien, snd
a rich man's will that cuts worthy meniliers
of his household to curry Hilvsti' n to dii-tmt
lauds, deserves to Ira broken.
"Young tean," said the minister, impres
sively. "I can we you as yon eat at the gam
ing t idle last night with a deep red Hush ou
your face." "Excus in", but y..u're wrong
a'x.nt tij.it deep red flush. Hill Jenkins bad
it iu bis band."
Faiiii n.K Kai.. A farm containing 3!0
ocru, sitn ited miles from Eugene Slid
Vt miles troin Irving, is oil', r. d for sale at
t l ....... I't ..... 1 'II. u .....I... ....I
y-ui'rrn'ir. uii... iuv nm n iimiri till
H. M more is ..n land. The res. i '
timber land furnishing abninlmiee of wood i (
all kind. clone to market. There are t r ,
good orchurda on the place. The soil is very
rich and well alantnl to fruit rainini'. Will
be divided to suit purchasers. Apply to
J. J. Walto, Jb., '
Eugene, City, Or. ,
. , ,
A NAStAL INJECTOR fr-a with each hot- ;
t'e of Shiloh's CsUrrh P.emedy. Price Vt cU 4
WAstiixorox, Oct. 2.I. The following
proclamation has been issued bv the Presi
dent: The goodness and mercy of God which
have followed tho Am.rican people during
tho past year, claim their grateful recogni
tion and humble acknowledgement. Py his
Otun potent power ho has protected us from
war und pestilence and every national calam
ity, liy his gracious favor the earth has
yielded a generous return to the lalair of the
husbandman, and every path of honest toil
In s I d to comfort and coiitcutinciit. lly his
loving kindness the hearts of our people
have been replenished with fraternal senti
ment and patriotic endeavor, nnd by his un
erring guidance we Lave havo Ih-oii directed
iu the way of national prosperity.
To the end that wo may testify our grati
tude for these blessings, I, (irover Cleveland,
President of the 1'uited Slates, do hereby
designate Thursday, the iMlh day of Novem
ber next, as a day of thanksgiving and pray
er, hi be observed by all tho people of the
land. On that day let nil secular work aud
employment be suspended, and let our peo
ple assemble in their accustomed places of
worship, and with nrsver ami si.iu.m.f i.rniu.
give thanks to oar Heavenly Father for all
that he lias .lone for us, while we humbly im
plore the forgiveness of our sins and a con
tinuance of his mercy. Let families and
kindred bo reuuited ou this day; and let
their hearts be tilled with kindlv cheer and
iftectiotuttt remembrance, and tuned in
thankfulness to the source of all their pleas
ure, and the giver of all that makrs the day
glad and joyous.
And in tho midst of our plenty and our
haiu.inest let lie remember the ii.u.r neu.lv
and unfortunate, and by our gifts of charity
and ready benevolence let us increase the
number of those who with grateful hearts
hall join iu our thanksgiving.
In witness whereof I have set my hand and
caused tho seal of the United States to la)
Done at the city of Washington, this '-."th
lay of October, in tho year of our Lord
IMS', and of the Independence of the United
States tho 112th.
Py the president :
Tuos, F. lUrtiin, Secretary of State.
A SI) K EDITOR.
It is well known that Mr. Loose of the
Union has been very sick for the past week
and has had two doctors in attendance, Drs.
Iteaiu and Kobertson. Loose is a verv mel
ancholy man wheu La is well, and when sick
he is exceedingly so. ishtng to ssy some
thing of his illness the new man iu chargo
called ut his residence. "Just say," said
Mr. Loose thruing wearily over in a Queen
Anna bed, uiauufscturr.i from two soup
boxes and a cellar door, "that I am lying at
my palatial resilience on llovine Avenue,
(Cow Alley) this Week instead of Ivina at the
old stand. I nm surrounded by every coin
fort, iucludiag a number of creditors who
show symptoms of uneasiness. I owo both
loelors and so they do all they cau for nie.
My illness dates from Friday. 1 was sitting
in the judges' stand at the race track w here,
the well muscled zephyrs played through my
iiifrequeut huir and the iiiiasuiatio vapors
limbed up and down tho aciitu stair-steps
of my spinal column. Foolishly 1 neglected
to nuiit. ali.o the niiasmatiu vapors with some
of Koth's Heady ltuliever at the official bar.
Still I did not feel really bad uutil the race
between Ten Cunts and Nelly Gray was run.
Then I was pretty sick, mid I noticed ngreut
many others who looked us though they
wero nut feeling well. A doctor who was at
hand folt my pulse, bathed my temples aud A
minister from Oregon reluctantly produced
his whisky flask, My case could not be di
agnosed. Finally au old sport came up and
sailed luto the doctor. 'What dyer want ter
feel hit pulse for? why don't yer look at
his purse?" Following his advice the doc
tor dragged out au empty buckskin.
Crsmps' exclaimed the doctor, and hs had
me conveyed to town. I have been pretty
sick since then and delirious at times. This
is puzzling my nurses. When I have n ra
tional spell aud suggest to my wifo that the
Chinese lauudrymna ought to be paid, tho
attendants jump around nm! howl nnd say
that l am wild. Then when 1 watuleringty
talk about, dodging up a dark alley and sand
bagging a favorite enemy and turning his
pockets inside out, they smile, nod at each
other and say 'Now, he's himself again."
Just tell the Union readers that 1 hope to bo
able to do tho Ijing myself next week."
,o Quiiritr lu MurJrr.
It is uo cause for surprise that petitions
for the pardon of the anarchists are receiving
many signatures ia Chicago. There are al
ways fools to sympathize with' murderers,
but who never give u thought to their vic
tims. There are always weak-miuded per
sons who sign any petition preseuted to
them, whether it is to put a rogue or block-
can inio au oiucenr to let a criminal loose
upon society. It may be that these petitions
will receive mauy thousand signatures. It
may be that they will receive so many as to
be mistaken by some fur tuu exprcsniou of
Hut if these men should b pardoned, or
their sentence be commuted, which would
onbtless be only the first step toward a
pardon at some future day,) -the news would
send a thrill f joy through every baud of
suarchisti in America au.l F.ur. pe. lu this
country every lawless element would take
curt at once aud go on with new plans for
spreading their gosH-l of murder. Th pur
don of these meu would multiply a hundred
fold every danger that exists to-day from
this c a -s ill our population. The silly talk
about a i appeal io the I'uiled States Su
preme court seems to bo dying out Their
uly hope is executive clemency. If a few
noisy tbonsaii.ls demand it, let Gov. Oglesby
think of the silent millions who sternly wuit
to see justice done. Exchange.
Gov. Peiiuoyer has received u letter from
Secretary Ludicott, stating that a requisition
of the stute 'or arms and t-.iiiipmeiita to the
value of 27CHI had been allowed. This is
. , ... . .
0K" lmt "d'llshed
bv law. The
special requisition for arms ulhVi ct toe.piip
the military ef the slate was uot grant. d.
The arms allowed are 10J iu uuuiU-r.
That McGarigle family is smart. Hislittl.
girl, oulv ten years old, said U a newspaper
man: "l'sp is too nuirt to be. caught by
any of thesto detectives." H-r pnpa us. .1 to
be chief of the Chicago police, and she kuowa
all ulsiut it.