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ESTABLISHED FOR TIIE DISSEMINATION OF DEMOCRATIC TRIMIPLES, AND TO EARN IN HONEST MING BY THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
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EUGENE CITY, OK, SATURDAY. JULY 7, 1888.
1. L. (UMHSULI,
liibil!-r ami JNoprUtor.
,-i-ti"' -On the l',,,t "f Willamette
i.'''tw" sv"'tu i;i-ii'th 'strwu
i-UiMSOP sTI'.Sl'Uin iON.
Varfe in' 'iitU-
KvrW OK AUVKHTWINO.
Advertisements iiis-r'.cd n f"""wi,! . 9,.
Ul'"'l"" ' ,;.. ('..Ki reouired
ftrtww will be. eluded at the fob
;e tor flail iti. rtl"li.
1 v ker Uin-' hills ' ' r'",U'"", 'K'arterly.
wrk inii-tlwrAmr'mN i.h.ivfhy.
CEO. B. DOHRSS,
Atto'-iw'J awl Counsel lor-at-Law,
,i-IIX PII.VOTICE IX THE CJUKT3
f the Second .Iu.lici.il District nnd m
l,..S iir-iiy Curt f this Statu.
Vpi ill attention tfiveu to dilutions ttii.l
(patters in proW.ite
" L 3IF.'EU,
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
EUOKNK CITY, OUEGON.
oltVCTICES IX ALLTI1E COUNTS OF
I this Stl'ttf- WiU K''v8 H1'l'ciul uttl'"t1""
tu collection. nml probate matters,
OiHi'K -Over Hendriek EaUiu's bank.
Washburne & Woodcock
KINEN'K CITY, - - - OUEGON
UFFICK-At the Court House. jy8m3
ceo. a. nonius. io.mion.
CONDON & DORMS,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OKEGON
OmcK-Over llobinson & Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
-ttorney and Ccunssllor-at-Law, and
Ileal Estate Jgent.
EUGENE 11TV, - OREGON.
OIlM-e formerly occupied by Thompson &
J E. EENTON,
EUGENE CITY OUEGON.
Scial attention given to Probate business
tutl Abstracts of Tale.
Omen Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Iksidence mi Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
iirmerly resided. .
OIL JOSEPH P. GILL,
S 'IAN HE FOUND AT HISOFFH'Eor res
Vidence when not professionally engaged.
Uesid.'uce on Eighth street, opposite Presby
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OUEGOX.
7TLL PKAOTICE IN ALL THE
M t 'Hurts of the State.
Social attention given to real estate, col
wtinif, and probate matters.
Ciilleetini; all kinds of claims against the
united States Goveriinient.
"Hiee in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VEI1Y IESIIIAIU,E
Farms, Improved nnd I'nimpnoed Town
pf'Iierty (or nale, on eny terms.
3F5rty Ssatod and Sent- C:lle:ted.
The Iniirimee ( 'ompHnies I r"present are
"i,' the Uldrft and nio.-t Urliable, and in
"i 1'komi-t and EyriTAli' r. atljustmn.t of their
e Stand Second to X.e.
hre of your patronage 1 solii ited.
Otfice up stairs, over the Grange Store.
ii. V. DOKKIS.
TTAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Street opx.ite the Star Eakery, wheie
prepared to do all kiuds of work offered
A Urge .t, ,,f Pine Mths on hand for
I'm:r? u w'wt from.
. tVinns. ami clesnini done pnirui.tly. Sat
tl;gne, Not. 6, 1885. tf
Bay & Henderson,
House iii Eugene. Corner 7tli and Wil. Sts
Sole Agents fcr
FOll THE .IL'S'l'LY
-GOLD AND SILVtHSHims -
UnW We are Mill mine m.i n:iiiun .v... ihjj
rZl i ii ...... .....-(i.it.,r thtif vmi wjint to eat
fc -O HUH l all BUll unjuuur,
gJ or wear,
Have removed to
Marx' New building
They have a complete slock of
Watches, Clock, Jewelry
A larsc invoice of Christina Roods.
KAKKKIl l.UiN WOK KM
MS BARKER. Expert Gun
Smith Stock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand.
ickjkm: - - - OKEOO.V
Barber Shop and Ii Rooms,
Hot an 1 cold baths nlwnys ready during j
First door north of D iuu's uew block.
,Av n that are fretful, peevish
tV3 WT crns3i or troubled wilh
Windy Colic, Teething l'ains or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine
hence is safe. Trice 25 cents, bold Ly
Osburni '", Eugene.
C. M. COL LI Ell.
OFFICE:--At Court nouse, County Sur
I .ff.-r for .! l.'vl ;.!. I l-'-'Ji" pf"l"r'
ty on Willam t'- ( ee'. on U-!i th- l'.yr
can double hi- n."i.y ithn. t" ;;'-
, j -
8: Musical Instruments
I !J It rieluvin A- Villi.
Iionl Estate Agents
!:n?t'iii' Cily, Ore son.
Will attend to general Ileal Estate lmsinesH
KUch ns buyii.g, selling, lcusino nnd rtntiu
farinsand city property, etc. Office ou south
sido of Ninth street.
H. F. McCornack, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
HAVE OPENED OUT A LA110E AND
Select Stock of
CRCCERIES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS.
MISCELLANEOUS OooDS, Etc.,
Which I intend wiling at I'aiH AND IIeasoN
GIVE 3VTE A. TRIAL.
1-ff-i'lJ .Uivii.it llit'iltl'iit'i, Eti'j Cily, Oi;
o i;. ;.MaasoN.
Orders for Spencer Iliitte fruit treKS may
be left at the Orange store; also Mr. Urowii,
on Eighth street ill l.ave them for aale.
Three year old bartletl pear trees will be (li
a hundred, sn.a in ones ?b. jui-r irees
Cheap. OIIVILLK I'lIKIJH, Prop.
"TjP vrv wou en jy ronr dinner
V) ) and tre prevented by Dys
pepsia, uso Aeltcr's Dyrjxpia Tablets.
Tin y are a positive euro for DyspeDsia, In
drgfc4tion. Flatulency and Constipation.
V. o guarantee tLcin. 5 and 00 cents.
O.-l urn 4 Co. E'l-c-ne.
A Horrible Inheritance.
The truunuiissmn of the feurful effect!
Of contusions blood poison Is the most
bornblo inherituuca which any man
can leav. to his mnoceut postority ; but
11 can te certainly imtifc'Htod uuj tu ttia
tnajoiity of esses, prevontod by tha
uo of tlio nntidoU) which Nature fur
nishes, nnd which Is found In tlio reme
dy known all over tlio world ns Swu't'i
bjecitic - commonly cnlleil "S. S. fcv"
Mi'.J.H ltrowii, o't lloi nellsville, N.Y.,
writes: "Three year 1 suttiMPd with
this horrible d. suaso. (Swill's ISpcciQa
cured mo complei. lv "
l'rof. Edwin liuuri Sot K.'ilnd st.,N. V.,
writes: "Sw ft'i Jipeoitic cured tut
of a fearf ilcaso of lilood l'nlson."
Dr. H. V. Wimjll-ld, of the tioldlcr'a
Home, Riclimnnd, Vu., writes: "Swift's
Hpecitlt' cured uia of a severe, case of
1. W. K. Bi'iL'RS, lirooklyn, N. Y.,
writes: "I whs a perfect wreck from
lilood Poison. Swift's Specific restored
lieaith and hupp, and 1 am well to-day."
C. W. Languid, Savunnuh, Oil. : I
Mff'Ted loiiR with Blood Poison. 1 tried
Bwifl's Si ecillc and nm perfectly well.
A. . Hue, I, of Pun or' s Hotel,' llocli
ester. N.Y., writes: "It .s the best blood
remedy on earth. I cured myself w th
II. I recommendeJ it to a friend and it
niitdo him well."
Mr. K. L. Stanton, ot the Kn'.IHiyills,
(0.) News, writes that a friend was
afllicted with a case of flood Poison,
and two bottles ol S. 8. fci. effected a
Tieat.so on BlncJ and Slcln Piscaset
tuailod freo. Tun Kwirr Si-roinr Co..
Drawer a, Atluuta, Un,
What Is It!
That produces that beautifully soft com
plexion and leaves no traces of its applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wis
loin k Kolierlino accomplishes all this, nnd
is pronounced by ladies of taste and rcline
nu iit to be the most delightful toilet article
vcr produced. Warranted lmrniltss and
iiatolilcsH. F. 51. Wilkins. aL'eiit, Eugene
A twelve horse power Wood, Tuber
Morse eligiue in first-class condition.
Also centime French burs twenty-four
inches in diameter for chopping. Also GO
feet of ti n inch belting. Will be sold cheap.
Impure at the (Hunn nfhco or of John
Holland at the Hill farm four miles below
Hv the latest methods iu uso by Eastern
lentists high in the profession, Henderson is
enabled to produce equally as desirable re
sults in tine gold fillings. Olllco Hume place,
E. n.LWKEV & CO.
AoKN'ra KOIl DoKllICKK & St'llKCK PllKI'AltA-
ruresh Mother Tinclures superior iu
preparation to any in the market.
Ilydrastino J omc one ol tlio nnest com
pounds, for debility and lost vitality.
Homeopathic mother tinctures and tritu
rations fiU per cent stronger tlinn lluid ex
tracts; prices the same us Eastern establish
Special attention is called to the It. S.
tinctures, lie sure ami mention It. ,V S.
when prescribing. A full supply iilways ou
bund at E. It. Luckey & Co's.
Lambert ,t Henderson nro tlio sole agents
for the celebrated Superior stoves. Take
your wife and look at them.
Mil':. an a iioin(mout with Iloudorson
Do itist, and hive your operations performed
in a skillful m inner.
Moore's Il.'vcaled Heme ly rogulutea unl
1 odds Ui all the organs ot iho hiimali sys
tem. Sold by Eugene Druggists.
Day and Night
During un aeuto attack of liront hitis, a
ceasidcss tickling in tlio throat, anil an
exhausting, hacking rough, uillict tlio
BiilTerer. Sleep is banished, and great
prostration follows. This disease is also
uttended with Hoarseness, and some
times Loss of Voice. It Is liable to be
come chronic, involve tlio lungs, nnd
terminate fatally. Aycr'a Cherry Pecto
ral affords speedy relief and euro in cases
of Ilronchitis. It controls tlio disposition
to cough, and induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practising physician for
twenty-four years, nnd, lor the past
twelve, have '.sutfered from annual at
tacks of lironehitis. After exhausting
all the usual remedies
I trlid Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
effected a 'speedy cure. O. Stovcall,
M. J., Currollton, Misu.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is decidedly tho
best remedy, within toy knowledge, for
chronic Ilronchitis, nnd all lung diseases.
M. A. Hiist, M. 1., South Paris, Me.
I was attacked, last winter, with a
severe Cold, which grew worse und
settled on my Lungs. Uy night sweats
I was reduced almost to a skeleton. My
t'oiigh 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 ilnully
Cured By Using
two Uittles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I am now In perfect health, and able to
resume business, after having been pro
nounced incurable with Consumption.
H. P. Henderson, Satilsbnrgh, Penn.
For years I was in a decline. I had
weak lungs, and suffered from Bron
chitis and Catarrh. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral restored me to health, anil I have
been for a long time comparatively vig
orous. In case of a sudden cold I always
resort to the pectoral, and rind speedy
relief. Edward E. Curtis, Kutland, Vt.
Two years a'.'o I suffered from a severe
Ilronchitis. The iihysician attending
me became fearful that the disease would
terminate in Pneumonia. After trying
various medicines, without bcncrlt, he
prescribed Ayer's Cherry Peroral,
which relieved me at once. I continued
to take this medicine, and was cured,
Ernest Colton, Logansport, Iud. tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
rrrpued by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., Lowell, IImc
fiolJ by all DruggUM. price $1 i ill boUM &
,S; l -liKMK J.
1'07'A' OFOZKdO.V, Ji'SE
Haker, M!."i! Sol '.'I I S4'.' Mil)
llent i I'-'i; i'itl is lEto! 1104
1'lack.nnas, I loS '.n;i; If. i I.HI'J is;
Clatsop ! 107(1 S77 71 1077 !HI4
Columbia, I .T '-".7 It' !7.'t! H04 -
Coos, j !U.Y lis; Ki HSj Wi
Crook, .V.'li; .;!'. l 400; . Mil
Ciiny, -Vf. 144 .,'.".'; 1M
Douglas, ! EiOl lOOli 111 El'J'jj lOoS
Oilliain. 7!li; i.Ol! IP1 74S, M'iO
Ciant, 1 1 111 SIS lo::,"ii 1HI4
Jackson. lOll) P.'o4 C'J ItKl.'l II!'.".'
.lMephme, 470 .MK) I 4li7l .Ml
Klamath, .TIO lllil) .'ll.'l IKI.'I
Like, :i!H;i HSlil I :i7,- 40ti
Lane, l.'O.'!' l'-Vul tie Ili.i4 P.'7(l
Lion, j lo.'!'.'1 KM), 171 I.V.'I I7.'I4
Malheur, :IS7I H'.X" .' .'177 407
MariMi, llllKl! loOti SS7 -21X 14!fJ
Morrow, oS4 HI4 S." ."S.") f.7tl
Multnomah .V.ISl' .'tl'.'7l I7i 0I7J .'!07'J
Polk, S4tl 7.'i 7'-'; Milt, 771
Tillamook, ,'llil Jtl.'i II1 r..-. Jl'.
Umatilla, l:.0:i I.V.I l.'li.' lli'JS I.V.H
I'nion, P.'ti7 1147 H P-'li.'li 1 170
Wallowa, .Mil .'Wl W.; 3!U
Wasco, U'.KI. llHr.' 41 llliS; KH10
Washington I Kill Sill S'.' I'.'l t MM1
Vainlull, P-IM U7S 8.'i ll'.'sj U78
Total II'.'S'.'O i.VII.'l PJ7 I :t:ilK)s''.,li,tlti
Majorities I I litlT'.'l
Hertuauti's plurality, 7107; clear miijoritv
over all, ,14:1:1.
Sliulili'U A: Son's h iic List.
We invite public nttenlion lo our
very low prices iu Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Provisions, etc. .which wo nro onaoieii
to oiler by buying iu large lots and selling
strictly lor cash, thereby sullering no losses,
and our customers do not have to make up
for the bad debts necessarily made by those
who follow the old credit system, lielow
are a few of our prices. Motto, Cnsh:
Sugar, (toldcn "C ' Hi ins tor si.uti
Sugar, F:vtra "C" 14 lbs for l.bU
Sugar, Dry Granulated 13 lbs for 1.00
Tomatoes, 10 cans for 100
Peas, 7 cans for , 1.00
Hems, 7 cans for 1.00
eaches, choice oimlity, ,r cans for.... 1.00
Coffee, Green Uio, 5 lbs for 1.00
Gillee, Green Costa Uica, 5 llm for 1.00
Soup, '20 1-lb bars per box, for 1.00
And all other goods In thu same propor
Wo nre daily receiving fresh strawberries
and oilier fruits and vegetables, ami by leav
ing your orders with us early we will be able
to till them promptly, and you will always
get tho very best the market allbrds.
SLADDEN ,t 80N.
All kinds of good, clean four-foot wood
wanted by the Winter lTioto-Coiupany.
Wood takcu in exchange for pictures
any amount, until Sept. 1st, '88,
Impure over A. V. Poters' store.
Host facilities for enlarging pictures to
any size and a superior quality of work
Good upland farm containing EI0 acres, all
under good fence; fr acres in cultivation,
balance good pasture; buildings in good con
dition, For further particulars enquire of
WM. iV II, mams,
Dexter, Lano Co., Or.
Foil Sai.r. A
good as new, at
lot of nico show-cases, as
E. It. Lui kkt i Co's.
Eugene City will in a few years have a
population of 00.000. The railroad from
Ooburg will be extended here, thence to
Florence and the west road will be extended
from Corvallis to Eugene. Huntington and
Crocker have been here, looked over the
ground and said this is so. Look at what
vou missed bv not buying a few years ago.
You urn missing just as much by holding off
now. liny ten acres of the Humphrey tract
for $1,000 and in live years it will be
worth $10,00(1. Don't wait for a boom and pay
boom prices but buy NOW.
(ino. M. Mim.ku, llual I'.slate liroker.
This poder n-ver varies. A marvel of pur
ity. trenth and nrhol'itunienesii. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be
sold iu oiu:rtitiiD with lli multitude of low
tnt. shor. weight alotn or phosphate Hiwdrrs.
Sold only in cans. I lor a li.ikiNU I'owota
,Co., 100 WaUML.N. Y.
lMaliie ou I'll ti rm it ii .
In his "Twenty Years in emigre." ex
Senator James G, lllailie wrote of en-Senator
Allen G, Thuruian as follows: "His rank iu
the Senate was establishul fiom the day lie
took bis seal, and was never lowered during
the period of his services. He was an admi
rably disciplined ilebator, was fair in his
method of statement, logical iu his argu
ment, honest in bis conclusions. He had
no trick in his discussion, no catch phrase to
secure attention, but was always dirtct and
maiily. His mind was not prcoeci.picd and
engrossed with political contests or with
atlnirs of slate. He bad natural and culti
vated tastes outside of those llelds. He was
a discriminating remb r, and enjoyed not
only serious books, but inclined hNo to the
lighter indulgence of romance ami poetry.
He was ecp. eially fond of the best French
writers, lie lovi d Moliere and llacine, and
could quntu with rare enjoMueiit the humor
ous scenes depicted by Ilalav. Ho took
pleasure in the diaiua and was devoted to
music. u Washington he could usually be
found in the best suit at the tin litre w hen a
good piny n il to bn presented or an opera
was In be given. These tastes illustrate the
genial side of nature and were a tilting com
pliment to the stronger and sterner el. mi nts
of the man. His retirement from the Senate
was a serious loss to his party- a loss, in
deed, to the body. He left behind him the
respect of all with whom he had been asso
ciated during his twelve years of honorable
A Ci.otio lli'iisr Saturday afternoon
about 4 o'clock a heavy storm swept over
the Klickitat valley, across the river, tho
edge of it passing over Goldelldale. The
cloud came from the south, crossing the Co
lumbia near Grants, and another cam from
the east 'he two meeting West of Uoldeiidate
m ar the Happy Home settlcmen. The re
sult of their meeting was a regular cloud
burst, the rain falling in torrents and wash
ing the plowed ground away, to the full
depth of the furrows. Ou the hillsides
rocks weighing a Ion or more were washed
out and into the canyons. Near the moun
tains hull fell to the depth of from two to
four inches, literally chopping the growing
grain to pieces. John Cummings lost thirty
acres of fall grain, und nil that iu the area
covered by the storm was mini 4. The storm
ixhausted itself iu the distance of two miles.
Ex., June Hi.
NlW KWINHMNO TllU'K. A fellow llSS
beiai victimizing people in Southern Oregon
with a new swindling scheme. He carries
around a handsome plush-covertd workbox,
with which he works his little scheme. lie
solicits orders for laixrs like the sample ho
shows and offers lo supply them ut such a
low llgure that nearly everybody orders oue.
Each person ordering one is required to do
posit fifty cents when the name is taken
down, merely as an evidence of good faith.
The swindler, however, is not working in
good faith, nnd never comes around with the
boies. It is said that he reaped a harvest
of four-bit pieces iu Itoseburg. It is to bo
hoped that some swindled community mny
get hold of the fellow and make an example
Tho publisher of a newspaper has oue
thing lo sell and one thing to rent. He has
the newspaper to sell and tho space iu th
columns to rent. Cau any one inform us
why he should bo expected to give away
either one or the other? He can do so if he
chooses, and he docs, as a matter of practi
cal fact, furnish a great deal of rent space
free. Hut it does not follow that lie ought
to bo expected to do it. . It ought to be re
cognized as a contribution exactly as would
the giving away of sugar or coffee by the
groeeryinali. Hut sliaiige lo say it is not
looked upon in that light at all, yet every
body knows that tho existence of a paper de
pouds as much on the rent of its space and
the sale of the paper as (he merchant's suc
cess depends on selling his goods instead of
giving them away.
liepnrts from the East tell of Intense heat,
and in New York and Jlrooklyn several deaths
from prostration are reported. 'I liese cities
situated on that noble bay. with the Hudson
river flowing into it from the cool north, should
lie refreshing in midsummer wbil. inland
lilac-en are aiiltry. Hut those immense masse
of brick and stone that lino their streets pre
vent all circulation of air, and absorbs so much
heat during the day that niitht la ills'" no relief.
On this western coast with the uuinier fervors
mitigated by the mountain range, and frequent
shower keepinti the earth moist and the vio
lation luxuriant, we are blessed with exemp
tion from this prostrating heat, an I can sym
pathize with those whoau lilies are lint cast in
such pleasant places.
From letters received in linker City . it is
learned that Malheur county elected tho en
tire Democratic ticket. Test for clerk and
Murray for Hhcr.iff received majorities of 150
to 175. The vote ou representative and su
perintendent of schools is very (lose but
favorable to thu Democrats. Vale, for coun
ty seat received the highest vote, Eaxtervillc,
the Jordan Valley candidate, being secoud.
This result leaves Ontario mid other places
out of the race two years heiien. It is now
almost a certainty that Vain will remain the
county seat of Malheur county for years to
Don't Believe It
When told that . M. Wilkins, tlu druggist,
is not selling "Wisdom's llobertine" for the
complexion, the most elegant and only really
harmless preparation of its kind in tho
world, and giving a, beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
Dr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compound, purely
vegetable, positively cures rheumatism, neu
ralgia, toothache, sicb headache, cramp col
ic, cholera morbus, complaints peculiar to
females, cold or cough, hives, chills and fi
ver, pains around the heart, erysipelas,
phthisic. Qkobor Taylor.
Sold by Osburn k Co, druggists.
Vk ivvu Of tlie good things of this
VWVXWV ife tr8 gorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia, Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 23 and CO cents, by
Osburn k Co. Eieene.
FoTAt,.Ti!i.Ki,RU-H O lice hours on Sun
day from 8:00 to 10 00 a. ta. .and from 4:C0
to CsuO p. m. Week ilnjs.all bikini ss hours.
G. . C'iiaw, Supt.
Mr Geo V Craw luu the sole Hire my for .1
brand, of the celebrated Taii.il l'uuch Cigars