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ESTABLISHED FUR TJ1E DISSEUIYUIUN flP DEMOCRATIC rRWClPLES, AXD TO EARN iS HOXESTLinXI BY TDE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OK, SATURDAY. JUNE 30. 1888.
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llCBLISUF.n EVEUT SATURDAY.)
1. L. CAM r'i' ''.'.A.,
ViihlltUrr iiaiJ iroikU'(or.
tl'i'i1'!' """ the East side of Willamette
, i , ,t,i'ei;n dvvei.'h ttinl Eighth Street.
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UATK3 OH ABVKHTMNG.
Advertisements inserVd as f.Uw:
One square, ten lines r l- one insertion W:
subsequent insertion $1. CVli required
'" niue'iuWerlii'ent will lis charged at the fol-
le square six months
t,ne square me year. i-w
Transient notices in local column, i!0 cents
,r Hue tor each insertion.
1 V lvertisiiitf bill" will l rendered quarterly.
11 job work mii"t 1 paid fur on iiki.ivhkt.
CEO. B. DQRRiS,
Attorney and Counsellor-al-Luw,
f 1TILL PRACTICE IN' THE CDURT8
V of tha Second Judicial District and in
h Supreme Court of thin State.
Spteial attention given to collection and
matters in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUGENE CUT, OREGON.
rlUCTICE3 IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
t thin State. Will tfive special attention
to collection anil, probate matters.
Omen-Over Hendrick & Eukin's bank.
Washburne & Woodcock
rftJ.J UN'S CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFIOE-At the Court House.
OEO. A. DOURIS. 8. W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORRIS,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OmcB-Over Robiusou & Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
ittarno; and Ccunssllor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent,
tUGEXECITY, - - OREGON.
Oil ice formerly occupied by Thomson 4
J. E. FENTON,
tiUGENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to Probate business
and Alwtracts of Title.
Omen Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where lr Shelton
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
i UN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Fresby
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OKEGOX.
WILL PRACTICE IX ALL THE
M Courts of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, col
ectintf, and probate matters.
Collecting all kinds of claims against the
United States Government
Office in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
Farms, Improved and Unimproved 1'own
Iroerty fur sule, on easy terms.
Property Heated and P.ents Collected.
The luaurance Companies I represent are
among the oldest and most Reliable, and in
the Prompt ami Eqi'ITAB'.E adjustment of their
e Stand Second to None.
4 hare of ymir patronage is solicited.
Othcc up stairs, over the Grange Store.
B. F. D-HIRIS.
Merchant Tailor J
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Stret opposite the Stj.r I'akerv, wheie
in V: iu'u ..i
A lar.n. .took of Fine Cloths on hand for
enjt.o.n.r. m s. hvt from.
i-twinni. and clanini done pMrnotly. Sat-
U'eu n sfui.rantee.1.
fctVeue, Nov, 6, lbSO. tf
ay & Henderson,
THE LEADING '
House in Eugene. Corner 7 tli aiuVWil. Sts
HcClnng l l&m ?
CX Sole Agents for Eugene City, v A
volt T1IE JUSTLY CELEBRATED ,
80LD AHD S,LVER mm o)
burf We are still at the old reliable "Orange Store," Y 1
I Pill and can sell you anything that you want to eat
I Jy3 or wear, 111
Cheaper Than the Cheapest.
Have removed to
Marx' New building;
They have a complete dock of
Watches, Clock, Jewelry 5-. Musical Instruments.
A large invoice oi
JIAKKCK lUtf U OliKS!
MS BARKER. Expert Gun
Smith Stock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand,
kiu;m; - - - oitEtiox.
Barber Shop and Bath Rooms,
Hot und cold linlhs ulways ready during
First door north of Dunn's new block.
vo rrnsa. nr troublt'd with
Windy Colie, Teething Pains, or
Stomach uisoraere, ca
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains Co Opium or Morphine,
hence Is safe. Price 25 cents, bold by
Osbu. ii 4 '", Euene.
C. M. COLLIER,
Attorney-at Law. ;
OFFICE- t Court House, County Sur !
, Tev0r's room.
t off,.r for .. lii.-O f(,tbuin. proper- ,
! tv on Will un ti--.:!, on whi' h thi- buyer
, ,i,n... his luonev witbin two vrars. '
can double Dls mo .ej .'iiiixta
R. B. Cochran & Son,
Uveal Estate Agents
Kugi'iie City, Oicjoii.
Will attend to general Real Estate buniutNi
such as buying, selling, leaning and routine
farms and city property, elc. Ollice on south
side of Ninth street.
H. F. McCornack, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Notice of Final Settlement.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1.J the undersigned administrator of the
estate N. J. Hale, deceasvd, lias hied in th
Probate Court of Lane County, (Jreor., ftp
plication for the hearing of the final account
in said estate; that the time for ht-atini; the
same is for the 2nd day of July. 1KXH, and that
all porsons interested who may have objection
to the same are hereby nwtilied to Bpear at
Geo, If. Half, Administrator.
Vy 31, lrtiV
X H AVE OPENED OUT A LARGE AXD
J Select Stock of
croceries, cicars, tobaccos.
MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Etc.,
Which I intend Milium at Faib axd P.zasos-
C3-IVE M A TRIAL,
jytfj M;,mk IiadtUu.j, ftujna City, Or,
G. G. GAKltlSoX.
' No fact of caturs It more pregnant
with awful meaning than the fact of too
Inheritance of disease.
Modern iclenco, which bat Illuminated
so many dark corners of nature, has ttuvl
a new lighton tho umlnous words of the
Bcrtntures, "Tho ttni of tho fathers,
shall be visited upm the cUildren
unto the third and fourth senora'ion."
Fifty per ceut. of casts f consumption,
cancer and scrofula, run In families
through iuherltmuv. Insanity is hered
itary m marked decree, but, fortu
natolr, like many other hereditary
diseases, tends to wear Itself out, the
stock becoming extinct. A distiu
KUishoKl scientist truly says: "Xo organ
or texture of the body la exempt from
the rhatico ot being tho subject ot
borcdilary disease.'' Probably more
rhrnnlo diseases, which twruiancutly
modify the structure snd functions of
tho body, are more or less liable to be ln
berited. i'lieimiHirtant ond far-roucnlng
practical deductions from such facts
are obvious to rolloctiuir minds, and the
best means for preventing or curing
thoso d.Bcnses is a subject of Intense In
terest to all. Fortunately nature has
provided n remedy, which experience
has attested as infallible, and the rme
dy is the world-famous bwlft's Bpceinc,
pure vegotublo compound uat ure'
antidote for alt blood poisons. To tn
afilictedltis blessing of Inestimable
vsluo. An IntHroatnig treatise on
'Wood and Skin Diseases" Will b
mailed free by addressing
Ths Kwirr SrEriFtd Co., i
Druwcr8, Athtuta, (J a, J
What Is It!
That produces tlint bentitifully soft coin
plciiion mid h nves no tract'N of its Applica
tion or injurious cflects? The answer, Wis
dom'h Roberline ncconipl'sbi s nil this, and
is pronounced by Indies of ta-te and rcllno
nient to be the Uiost delightful toilet article
ever produced.' WHrranttil lmrinlcsH and
niatchlcKB. F. M. Wilkius, agent, Eugene
A tvielvo lioro power Wood, Tuber nnd
Morso engiue iu first-class condition.
Also pennine French burs twenty-four
inches in diameter for chopping. Also 00
feet of ton inch belting. Will be sold cheap.
Inquire at the Gc.uid ollice or of John
Holland at the Hill (arm four miles below
By the latest methods in use by Eastern
dentists high in the profession, Henderson is
enabled to produce equally as desirable re
sults in Hue gold fillings. Ollice same place,
E. R-. LI'CKEY & CO.
AgKNTS FOR llOEItU'KK & ScilKCK PltlTAlU-
Purcsh Mother Tinctures superior iu
preparation to any in the market.
Hydrazine Tonio one of tho finest com
pounds lor debility and lost vitality.
Homeopathic mother tinctures ami iiitn-
rations u0 per cent stronger than Hum n
tracts; prices the sitiuo as F.u.stcrii establish
ments. Special attention is called to the P. & S
tinctures, lie sure and mention II. ,v S
when prescribing, A full supply ulways on
hand ut E. It. Luckey & Co's.
Lnmbevt A- Henderson are tho solo agents
for the cclebrutoil Superior stoves, 'fake
your wife and look at tlieui.
vv jv.i would enjoy your dinner
j XP" and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Aclicr'S Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
Wo guarantee thorn, S3 and CO cents.
Oslnirn A Co. Eugene.
Day and Night
During an acuto attack of Bronchitis, a
ceusolcss tickling In tho throat, and an
exhausting, hacking cough, alllict tho
sufferer. Sleep Is banished, und great
prostration follows This disease Is also
attended with Hoarsoness, and some
times Loss of Voice. It Is liable to be
come chronic, involve tho lungs, and
terminate fatally. Ayer's Cherry Pecto
ral affords speedy relief and cure in cases
of Bronchitis. It controls tho disposition
to cough, and induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practising jihysicinn for
twenty-four years, and, for the past
twelve, have sulfered from annual at
tacks of Bronchitis. After exhausting
all the usual remedies
I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
effected a speedy euro. O. Stoveall,
M. D., Carrollton, Miss.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is decidedly tho
best remedy, within my knowledge, for
chronic Bronchitis, and all lung diseases.
- M. A. Bust, M. D., South Paris, Mo.
I was attacked, last winter, with a
severe Cold, which grew worse und
settled on my Lungs. By night sweats
I was reduced almost to a skeleton. My
Cough was incessant, and I frequently
spit blood. My physician told mo to
give up business, or I would not live a
month. After taking various remedies
without relief, I was liually
Cured By Using
two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I ani now in perfect health, and able to
resume business, after having been pro
nounced incurable with Consumption.
S. P. Henderson, Kaulabiirgh, Pcnn.
For years I was In a decline. I had
weak lungs, anil suffered from Bron
chitis and Catarrh. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral restored we to health, and I have
been for a long time comparatively vig
orous. In case of a sudden cold I always
resort to the Pectoral, and find speedy
relief. - Edward E. Curtis, Kutlaud, Vt.
Two years ajro I suffered from a severe
Bronchitis. The physician attending
me became fearful that the disease would
terminate in Pneumonia. After trying
various medicines, without benefit, he
prescribed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved me at once. I continued
to take this medicine, and was cured
Ernest Colton, LogansiKirt, Iud. tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ajrer k Co., Lowsll, Haas.
Hold by all Droggiiti. Price II; tlx taulw, V
The Labor Element Opposed to the Re
publican Presidential Candidate
He Cannot Carry Indiana.
A dispatch from Chicago of the V.'2d, three
days bcfoie the nomination of Harrison for
Prtsidtmt, wiitten at a time wheu there
seemed uo great probability of his nomina
The Chicago Tribune, the leading K pub
lican papur of the Northwest, prints (he fol
lowing interviews with labor delegates from
Mr. Harrison's own itate of Indians. The
Tribune says they are nil licpubliesns and
tin y are bur to oppose (iriisral Hsirisou's
nomination. They are Andrew T. Wilson,
ex Master Workman of District Assembly
So. liMI, Knights of Labor, of Indiana; Ed
ward F. Gould, Sacretsry ot the District As
sembly and twice representative iu the Gen
eral Assembly; Johu Bodeiitnillcr, Secretary
of the Central Labor I'nion, Vice President
of the State Federation of Trades; W. J.
Smith, President of the Paiuters' I'niou No.
17; John F. While, ex Master Workman of
District Assembly 100; M. G. Farnbam, Guii
eral Organi.er of the Ainuricau Cotited ra
tion of Labor; John T. Martin, representa
tive of the Stale Federation id Trades, and
T. M. Gouette, editor of the ladinuapoli
A more thoroughly representative delega
tion, the Tribune ssys, has never come from
ths labor organizations. Its purpose is to
represent the stale of political feeling among
the working classes of their State.
T. M. Gruette, editor of the Labor Signal,
who is also President of the Central Labor
I'nion, says: "From a labor standpoint it
would be the gravest mistake it Harrison
were nominated. The vols of organized
labor would be solid against him. If Harri
son's name appeared on the Kepublican
ticket Cleveland and Thnrmau would obtain
the entire labor vole of Indiana."
"On what grounds?"
''Firstly, Harrison is by instinct an aristo
crat. He has antagonized labor in inuumvr
"Which are they?"
"His vote on ths Chinese bill for one that
has not been forgiveu or forgotten, aud next,
his failure to do anything for our interests
"His conduct duriug the railrosd trouble
of 1887. He raised a company, armed them
iu the arsenal and put down the strike by
force. Governor Fortcr and others tried to
pacify the warring elements, but Harrison
was for force. Harrison did all be could to
iutlams the disorder."
"Are those the chief objections of the
workinguien against Harrison?"
"They regard him as the candidate of the
Indianapolis Journal. Except the New York
Iribuue, no nowspsper iu the country bas
iloue moro to oppose us. While Johu C.
New is a good niau of business, he is strong
iu his prejudices. His paper is uou union,
in his editorial page he hss nsver ceased to
attack us. If it were only for bis asso
ciates we should be bitterly opposed to Har
rison." "Have you already showed your hostility
"We dealt him a blow iu the winter of
18SG. His defeat for the Senate was fully
due to the labor vote.. All over the country
there wuro resolutions of ours condemning
him. The ftoling then aroused still exists.
It is even more bitter now than then."
"Does not General Harrison claim that
you are his friends?"
"He does, but the claim is false. I have
seen Washington dispatches slating that we
are friendly with him. They are wholly
misleading. The truth is this; if Harrison
be plnced on the ticket we shsll use every
. Hurt to let our brethren everywhere know
what we think of him. He is the weakest
man who could be put up. Governor Porter
is makiug a political blunder iu presenting
his name, lie is simply the sndidatu of the
"Which party will the labor party favor?"
"Labor is not partisan. The nomination
of Thurmsu has strengthened the bold of
the Democracy on labor. Thurmun is s
tower of strength with us. -Hence, if they
want our vole, the Republicans can only off
set Thurman by giving us a mau of the peo
ple, and such a man is Uresham. His pub
lic career is without blemish. He feels the
need of controlling corporations. He knows
that ths rights of labor bavs been trodden
dewn. We are willing to trust him."
DON'T WANT Tlfl'KCANOE.
Mr. Andrew T. Wilson said: "I bave been
an Organizer of Labor in Indiana for two
years. Among all the K nights of Labor in
Indiana there is one sentiment: 'We don't
want Harrison. He is a kid glove aristo
crat. He is our bitter enemy.' That is the
"Have you come hsro to express that sen
timent?" "We bave eonie hers because we are Re
publicans. We are interested in getting the
best material on the ticket snd Bun Hanison
is the worst material. Thongh he claims
iwo years ago to have carried the slate for
Robertson, when hs was candidate for l ieu
teiiunt Governor, everybody who knows the
ntanding of Robertson in Allan county knows
ibst organized labor did the work. Harri
ion bas little strength in Indiana. Ths ma
jority, whether Republican or Democrt, is a
qusation of from II.UUU to 0.000 votes. Labor
lias the balance of powvr. If labor sntsgon
izos a man he has no chance of success."
"What are theiustauces of yourstrenglh?"
"Notably the instance of Roger Shields in
1HM. Roger Shields was on the Republican
ticket for State Treasurer. He had raised
perators for the Western Union duriug the
strike. A political boycott was placed on
him. We did all we could to defuut him,
The Democrats elected their Treasurer by
10,000 majority. Shields ran 1,IHH) behiud
his ticket and the next year ths Republican
majority was 5,000."
"Is this a solitary instance?"
"No; ths instances are many. When W,
D. Bvnum ran for Congress some 1,000
Democrats of the Euglit.li faction opposed
iu. We took np the cudgels in bis behslf
and we elected him by 'JiM majority."
"And yon would bring all your Strength to
"We should do our utmost."
MUCH ANIMOSITY TIUT.
E. F. Gould said: "The feeling of labor
organizations towaid Harrison is so bitter
that some were opposed to our coming here.
They said: "Let Harrison be nonnested,
and that will give us t chsnce to kill him
"Whet is the cause of jonr opposition?"
"Harrison is simply the tool oi the classss
agaiust the masses He leads the frilled
collar aristocrats, I am here because I
would help (o assert our rights here. Defeat
is certain if Harrisou bo nominated. Gres
hsm is the ouly man who could oppose
Thurmsn with the labor party."
W G. Farnam said: "We oppose Harri--on
because of his vote ou the Chinese bill.
First he dodged the vote and then
he voted in favor of Mongol immigration.
Besides that ho is an attorney for the great
corporations. He is the attorney ot the
street car company. He can never carry the
State of Indiana. There is ouly one man
who could carry it, aud that man is Ores
ham." J. din P, Martin said that he had been no
tilled to come to Chicago by the Secretary of
the Federation of Trades. He was told to '
attend to their intertsts, and their interests,
he said, meant the nomination of Gresham.
Their interests means 15,000 votes.
M G. Smith says the Painteis' Union, of
which he is President, is opposed to Harri
son. John T. White said: I am here because
Harrison cannot carry Indiana mid Grealmm
can. Wheu McDouald and Harrison were
opposing candidates the labor organizations
opposed them both. The Democrats with
drew McDonald. The Republicans let Har
rison run snd we defeated him, Wo will
brat him if he be nominated now."
Shoot ins1 a Convict.
Sai.ksi, Juue 3. Win. Mansfield, a con
vict at the penitentiary, was killed this,
morning by guard John Whituev. Mans
m id was st work in the shops, aiiA complain
ing of being sick was being brought into the
chapel. There he was ordered back to work.
He refused, snd Warden McKiuuon was
called. Mansfield defied McKiuuon and he
sent for a guard. McKiimou then attempted
lo persuade Mansfield to go back. The
guard, meanwhile, had a gun drawn on him.
Mansfield nsed violent language nnd defied
the guard to shoot, II refused to go back
to the shops, end some minutes after, say
ing, "Shoot and be God d-d," three times,'
McKiuuon ordered the guard to shoot. He
did so, the latll passing through the body
with fatal etlVct. A sharp kuile was found
on the convict's person. The coroner's
jury found a verdict according to tlur above
facts. V f
It is well known to astronomers that' the
phases of tho moon bave uo iutliienc upon
(he weather. Sir William Herschel's name
was once attached to a contrary theory with
out any authority from him. His soti, Sir
Johu llerscbel, has since denied the "soft
impeachment." The phase of the moon is
changing every minute, aud the "quarters"
aro merely noted because it is an easy sul
missiou of the whole range of the phase from
uew nioou to full moon. If there were any
such law it would be universal, und the
changes iu the weather would be the same
for all places uuder the ssuis meridian, but
it is well known to navigators ou this coast
that this is not the caso.
The high tides of the past few days have
been playing sad havoc ou South Beach. The
opening mad through the approach of the
jstty has widened and several acres of land
has been washed into the sea. The grove
where the 4th of July was celebrated last
year is partly goue and the hotel and other
private property is seriously threatened.
Nothing csu be doue to stop the ravages of
the water until the next appropriation for
rivers and haibors is made availuble. We
hope the timo may bo hastened, for the work
of destruction is going ou very fast. New
Arthur Burton, a mulatto, was arrested at
Brownsville, Linn county, ou Juue 20th, for
the nips of Miss Eliza Harrington, and was
lodged iu jail iu Albany, having been bouud
over before Justice Avery at Brownsville.
His victim, who is aged 15, states that hor
ravisher entered her bedroom and adminis
tered chloroform and outraged her, leaving
her unconscious. Much indignation is ex
pressed at Brownsville, and Burton ouly
escaped being lynched by the strenuous ex
ertions of bis guards.
Cougrcssmon Whiling, one of the biggest
salt-makers of Michigan, votes for free salt
in the Mills bill. When Reed of Maine and
Burrows of Michigan expressed their detes
tation of a salt maker who could vote for
free salt, be proved tbey voted for free salt
in the Forty-seventh Congress,
Landroth the Polk county murderer was
told Monday night that the day of his execu
tioa bad been hied for July (ith, at Dallas,
lie betrayed considerable emotion, A death
watch was placed over him and will remain
till the day of execution.
Eugene City will in a few years bave a
population of C0.0OO. The railroad from
Coburg will be extended liere, thence to
Florence and the west road will be extouded
from Corvullis to Eugone, Huutington aud
Crocker bave been here, looked over the
ground aud said this is so. Look at what
you missed by not buying a few years ago.
You are missing just as much by holding off
now. Buy ten acres of the Humphrey tract
for $1,000 and in five years it will be
worth 110,000. Don't wait for a boors and pay
boom prices but buy NOW.
Gko. M. Mii.liu, Real Estuto Broker.
Having perfected arrangements with par
ties in Portland, I am able now to find pur
chasers 'or lands, more readily than
heretofore. If you have land for sale, im
proved or unimproved, you cannot do bet
ter than to entrust your business with us
Terms reasonable. Your patronage solicited.
B. F. Doums.
Make an appointment with Henderson
Dentist, and have your operations performed
in a skillful manner.
Drssktsneis. or Liquor, Habit, con be Cn td by
adminiiterisg Dr. Haines' Golden bpecifio.
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea with
out the knowledge of the person taking it, ef
fecting a speedy and permanent cms, whether
the patient la a moderate drinker or an alcoholic
wreck. Thousands of druukarda have been
made temperate men who have taken the
Golden Specifio In the;r coffee without their
knowledge, and believe they qeit drinking ut
their own free will. No harmful effect results
from its administration. Cure guaranteed.
Send for circular and full particslars. Address
In confidence Goi nrx jSruc'lfic Co., Mi Race
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