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ESTAIILISIIED FUR THE IM SSF.ll MTION OP UEMIU'RATIC rRIXiJiriES, AXD TO EARN IN nOXEST LIVING BY TDE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OK, SATURDAY, JULY 28. 1888.
Zt tfugcnc City tod;
i. L. CAM IT. I'LL,
.,,!li4lit'r ! IMopriHor.
....,. .. )n lvil "f "ll.atnette
,, Irtw.-eil Seventh and Eighth Streets.
i.lverti""'"" his-rted as '""'"J- , 4,
. ,..iv ten lines or less mitf insertion 8.!;
'"Aertw-tw will be charged at the fol-
. in, (r tilth insertion.
1 i Zr isim.' l.ill- " ill be rendered quarterly.
Al job "lk lllll-tbe PAID FUH I.N MKLIVKItY.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Mto'-ncij and Counsellor-
till practice in; tub .ornrs
V ,,f the Second Judicial 1 M-trict and in
Jwc'iie Court of this State.
Saui.d fttt-utioii given t.) collections and
matter in nmbate J
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
EUGENE CITY', OREGON,
nil VCTICES IX ALLTI1E COURTS OF
this State. Will t-'ivo special attention
to willuctwus and probate matters.
OKKIOE -Over llendrick it Eakin's bunk.
Washburne it Woodcock
iCU.iBXB CirV, - - - OREGON
OFFICE At the Court House. jv8ni3
ceo. a. nonius.
h. w. CONDUN.
CONDON & DORRIS,
LTUEXECITY, - - - OREGON
OrricE Over Robinson Si Church' hardware
CEO. M. MILLER,
Attorney and Ccunsellor-at-Law, and
Ileal Estate Agent.
KIT.EXE CITY, - OREGON.
Oilice formerly occupied by Thompson &
.1. E. FENTON,
BUGEXE CITY OREGON.
Sfwcul attention ijiveu to Probate business
Mil Abstracts of Title.
Orric'K Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Kviidcnce ou Fifth street, where Dr Sheltou
DU. JOSEPH P. GILL,
1 UN RE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
VAleuee when not professionally engaged.
Uenidence on Eighth street, opposite Iresby
i I I If A I -I- A It I I
o. u. vv a i i uiN. or.. I
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
M Courts of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, col-fc-'tinir,
and probate matters.
- -allectiug all, kinds of claims against the
-jilted States Government.
IMice in Waltou's brick-rooms 7 ami 8.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
A rartin. Improved ami Unimproved 1'own
j'perty for sale, on easy terms.
"SfSrty Ztentei and Esnts Collected,
!"'' Insurance Coinpaiiies I rvpn sent me
th1T.-t (M,''st "d ' imwt Reliable, anil in
e ' ""MPT an.lKiji iTAB'.F. ailjustmelit of their
'"Jw rAsnSKi'oNii to Xonk.
y""r patron ise is soln ite l.
uce up stairs, over the Grange Store.
15. F. DORRIS.
TTAS OPENED A SHOP OX NINTH
Al. Mreet ..pp,ite th Star Rakerv, where
'.'prvparetl toiloull kinds of work otfered
" l hn.
Ur-'t"ck of Fin. Cl-.ths ouhandf'T
u(.1'',lr"1 ""d clraniii dun prouiptly. S it-Mf-
itm, Nov. 6, lSiW. tf
Day & Henderson,
a 1 TiTT 1
House ill Euuoiu'. Corner 7th and Yil. Sts
F0U TUK JU'ST1'Y CELEURATED U
-GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS - 0 '
hum!? We are still nt the old reliable "Grange Store," Tl
I JFM and can sell you anything that you want to eat
Cheaper Than the Cheapest.
Have removed to
Marx' New build ins;
Thcij have a complete stock of
Watches, Clock, Jewelry & Musical Instruments.
A large invoice ot
ii a i; iv uvx wojiivw!
MS BARKER. Expert Gun
Smith Stock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand.
i;k.i;m; - - - obegos.
Barber Shop and Bath Rooms,
Hot and cold baths always ready during
First door north of D;inn's new block.
-r thatare fretful, peevish, !
tfVYVC.S ortroubl.-i wUU ;
n fr..,),;nrt Pm'his or
winnr tone, ..b
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains uo Opium or Morphine, :
hence is safe. Price 23 cents, bold by ,
Oshurnft Co, tu,-eue.
C, M. COLLI EK,
OFFICE: At Court House, County Sur
veyor'yoom. I off'-r fur s d- 4'iiMU feet l.u-iness proper
ty on Will mi tt- -t et. on which the buyer
can double his mot-ey siibin ''"'"
1 Olu. 11. Miixib
It. I). Cochran & Sun,
Real Estate Agents.
i:u? in City, Oregon.
Will attend to general Real Estate business
such ns buying, selling, leasing and renting
farms and city property, etc. Offioo on south
side of Ninth street.
H. F. McCornack, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
HAVE OI'EXED OUT A LARGE AXD
Select Stock of
GROCERIES, CICARS, T03ACC0S,
MIsrKLLAXj.:ol,s (;0(DS. Etc..
MISCELLANEOUS (;i)ODS, Etc,
Which I intend selling at F.llt ,t.vi Reason-
A HtC I'lllt'ES.
GIVE ME A. TBIAL.
l'Obl .I.swkc lU'diliii-1, KtHjent City, Or,
(; C. GARlilSOX.
Or lers fur Spencer I'utte fruit tresg may
be left at the Grange store; also Mr. Iirowu,
on Eighth street will lave thetu for sale.
Three year old dartlett pear trees will be 12
s hundred, snialli r ones (H. Other trees
cheap. OllviLLE I'BIIJ", Prop.
yvfvvv would enjoy yonr dinner
J j nd are revented bj Djs
i pejitia, uso Acker's Dypper-sia Tablets.
They re a positive care for l)ysprsia. In
direction, Flatulencjr and Const ipation.
W e guarantts them. 2 j &od CO cents.
' O.Lurn Co. Eugene.
Ireceries aS Provisions
' !(o fact of nature Is mora pregnant
with awful meaning than tlio fad of tho
Inheritance of Jisouso.
ilodernaclenco, which hns Illuminated
so many dark corners of nalure.lnis shej
anewlightun the wniuous words of the
Scriptures, "Tlio sins of l lio fathers,
shall bo visited upon the children
unto the third and fourth ivencra'.lon."
Fifty pcreeut. of coses t f consumption,
cancer and scrofula, run In families
through Inheritance. Insanity is hored.
iury m a marked degree, but, fortu
natelv, like many other hereditary
diseases, tends to wear Itself out, the
stock becoming extinct. A distin
guished scientist truly says; "Xo orpin
or texture of the body la exempt from
the chance of being Uio subject of
hereditary disease." T'robubly more
chrnnio diseusos, which permanently
modify tho structure and functions of
" theboily,nromoreor less I uiblo to u In
herited. The important and fur-reiuhiin;
practical deductions from such facts
ure obvious to rofloctlnir minds, und tlio
best uieiins for prevoutiiiff or curing
theso d senses is nsuhjectof Intcnso In
terest to all. Fortunately nature has
firovldcda remedy, which exporirnco
ias attested us infallible, and the reme
dy Is the world-famous Swift's Specille,
a pure vegetable compound nature'
antidote for all blood poisons. 'J'otne
afflicted It Is a blessing of luestimubie
vp'.uo. An Interesting treatise oil
"Blood and Skin Diseases" will It
mailed free by addressing
Tus Swipt Si-Efirto Co., i
DruwcrS, Atluuta,lja. J
What Is II?
Tlint iiroduoes that beautifully soft com
pleNinn mid leaves no truces of ils applica
tion or injurious elicits? The niiswcr, Wis
doiu'a Kiibertinii acconipliKlies all this, mid
is pronounced by ladies of taste and retine
nu nt to be the most delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warratited liaiiuh'HH and
iiialcliieKS. F. M. Wilkius, noiiit, Ftij,'iiie
Ry the latest lilellimls iu use by Eastern
dentists hih in the profession, Ilt ndiiHi.n is
enabled to produce equally im desirable re
sults in tine p,old tilling. Olllce saiiie place,
E. It.LUCKEV & CO.
AoKsrs for RoKiiii KK & Si iikck Prkpaiia
thins. Purest) Jlother Tinctures superior iu
preparation to any iu the market.
Hydiastino Tonic one of the tlnest com
pounds lor debility and lust vitality.
Homeopathic mother tinctures and Tritu
rations per ct lit Ktroupcr thnn tlnid x
tracts; prices the same as Eastern establish
ments. Special ntteutiou is culled to tlio B. ,fc 8.
tinctures, lie sure nnd mention II. .V S.
when preseribiiiu, A full supply always- ou
hand at E. R. Luekey & Co's.
Lambert & Henderson aro the solo ngents
for the celebrated Superior stoves. Take
your wife and look at them.
Milto an appointment with Heodorson
Donlist, nnd have your operations performed
n a skillful manner.
Moore's Revealed Remedy regulates nnd
builds up all the organs of tlio human sys
tem. Sold by Eugeno Druggists.
Dr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compound, purely
vegetable, positively cures rheumatism, neu
ralgia, toothacho, siel) headache, cramp col
ic, cholera morbus, complaints peculiar to
females, cold or cough, hives, chills and fe
ver, pains around the heart, erysipelas,
phthisic. Okoiior Taylor.
Sold by Ostium & Co, druggists.
Mr Geo F Craw has the sole aneney for
brands of the celebrated Tansil Punch Cit!
r H ? S B
b u n u if" U
I iln not i.i'lii vd t'li't
has an c!;np as :. ure
for ijor.'.lnlo'i-i llu
morn. it is I'leasimt
to tlio l.o.ly, r.::d pio
liiccs n wore peiina
nent result than nny
uii'dii inn I ever i: u d.
E. Il.iinis, :ioi:h
I l.avc iwt-l Ayer's
Rarsainirillii; In l.iy
f.'iiiii!;,-, for Srrofiiia,
and know, if it la
taken faithfully it will
this t, rrililci iliieaso.
( Irt uiiv '!!!, Teiin.
Fur f"r:y years I
lii:v; :i.!:irnl with
l'.e sipeiRi. I l.'ive
t; ii d v n iM.!' mi-dies
for m; v eoiiiplaint, but
found no relief until
I eoiiiioi'i.ieil u.-.iog
Ayer's Sal: ::iai;i'.a.
After taiiin:: teti but
tles ('f iliiS lueiliei.n! I
am coini.ieieiv cuumI.
M. C. A,a. -l.ury,
Rn. icpiii:, ,l..
I Li've -red. for
ye.irs, o ( V.tarrli,
whii ii " . " si veil)
that it il' mio.'- ,1 my
epp-ti: '. ml eak
eneii ;;iy :. yiteii).
Afrer iryiri; o'lier
rel.w.iies, wi'hitul re
lief, I h'-.M!! to l.'U.I
Ayt i'.i S.ii ':;! riili.
.u: !, :. a l .', lo Uo in,
v..ei r... 1. S.. ..in L.
Cis.k, !. i A;;..- j hi.,
Jli.sti.,-1, '!:..: ..
Ay. r's S.irinp-.ri!lr
Is M'l'l''' i IT to ( 11 V
,1,.,;. l'l';..,:,,'. th.t I
ev-fr ti:. :. I J.i'. o
te.ken it for S roi ,! i,
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a i :
el' , :iu I .':oi
i, a-el r. i i .i d
I. i: lit f:..in it.
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I'reptrod by Dr. 3.C. A;'T i ( C, tv; I.Hu'i.
I'rlce Etl ; tit Im-'.r-, (i."..
NO HAUKISOX FOB THEM.
liiiliiina K(inliliciiiis Who Kt'putlitito
The RepublicHtl oruaim feel no doubt Ihat
duty to tlie pally requires tin in to claim
everything with confidence, and to endeavor
to show that Harrison is sweeping things in
liU own Htale. Rut the facts are against
them. The following utterances of Republican-,
Independents itud others in the Hon
si. r state, recently collected by the Chicago
Times, are more reliable as nil index of
sentiment there thuu volumes of mere asser
tions: llfNTIXC.TOS COI'STY.
Rev. Dr. Scliaaf (pastor of the German
Ri funned ChurelO, Rep. I am and have
always l'ccn a Republican in principle, but I
cumiot endorse Ihe platform of that pally of
Ihisear. I am opposed to high protection
and to Ihe liipior plank, and, being well sat
isfied with l'lesidelit CUvclalld's course ill
the lest three nud a half years, und the Deiu
oeiatic plulfoini coming nearer my ideas iu
the particulars mentioned, and nearer Re
publican principles ns laid ilown and fol
lowed by the old leaders of that party, 1
shall Vote the lKitiocrutic ticket this fall.
Le Roy Teiiipleton (farmer, I ml.) The
Republican platform is detestable, nnd the
candidates are the tools of monopolies. I
should have been glad to vote for Hicham,
but never will vote for Harrison I don't
like Cleveland nor the Dciuocratiu platform,
but us a choice of evil I will vote the Demo
Fort Wayne W. D. Page (editor and pro
prietor Daily News, ltep.) lam uot satis
lied with the platform, ill this, that I think
the P.i publican party should decline hoslili
ty to the liquor trufllc as u menace to our
hoiin s and to our welfare us a nation. The
free whisky and tobacco plank I regard us an
Chaili H McCullough (son of Hon. Hugh
MeCulhnigh, en-Seeieliny of the Treasury,
banker, 1 m ) The Republican platform
and the nomination of Hen Harrison insures
the statu to Cleveland.
Ex-Mayor Thomas H. ltringhurst (Rep.)
The l)i niocialio disseiilions over Governor
Gray will uot have much iulliiciico in the
campaign. That fight is over, Parly fealty
will compel antagonistic Democrats to work
for the ticket. Harmony may be expected iu
the llemocratic party.
James lltichauuii (farmer, Dem.)-Ihe
Democratic sky is clear us a lu ll. We have
no boilers or kickers unions us, and there is
nothing to cause our defeat.
Daniel 1'. Raid win (eX-Altomey General,
lb p.) Numerically, 1 think the Democrats
have a majority in the Uoosier stale, und if
they can hold their meu thuy will win.
DA V IKS COUNTY.
Alfred Jones .retired merchant, Rep.)
The Republican platform pleases me. I be
lleve in protection, but 1 will not vole lor
Gen. Harrison, My reasons ure Ihat he is
too aristocraliL' iiml on-Ainei lean, and he Is
a cold, Hellish, disagreeable man.
Colonel N. II. Jepsou (ex-member Repub
lican State Central Committee.) The Re
publican ticket has the most ability and the
platform is about right. However, Air.
Cleveland has made a very acceptable Presi
Anthony Johuson (farmer, Greenback.)
Tho Republicans made a great mistake nt
tuieiigo. llie Oreeiibackers will never for
get that Hurrisou wuutcd to send them ull to
a IiinatKi asylum,
U. W. Padgett, (ltep.) I have always
been a Republican, but I urn a tariff reform
er. It is easy to guess Ihe rest. 1 shall vote
for Cleveland this time.
John Wainemau (President of '.lie Miner's
Federation of Southern Indiana, Ind.) The
Tho Democratic platform und candidates
better represent our interests than the lie-
publican. 'Iwo-thirds of the miners iu my
district w ill vote for Cleveland.
John Feagaus (Vice-President Stale Fed
eration of Miners, Dem.) Our men sre gen
erally in favor of taritr reform, and a large
majority of the miners will vote for the Dem
ocratic candidates. The unpopularity of
Hurrisou among the laboring men in this,
his own state, promises to cost him many
William Shortridge (Greenbaeker.) I
favor the election of Cleveland. I endorse
every syllable of Cleveland's message as be
ing iu the interest of the people.
John Kecs (farmer, Rep.) I shall vote
for Cleveland and Thiirmau this full. Cleve
land has given us a pure administration and
advocates that which the workiligmau needs.
George Hassmer (fanner.) 1 have voted
the Republican ticket many yours, but cau
not conscientiously do ho again. I cannot
vole to let money accumulate in the treasury
for uo purpose when we need it iu circula
tion. The Republicans hum inadii many
promises und kept few. The Democrats have
made few promises, and Cleveland's Admin
istration has kept every one that it was pos
sible to do. Cleveland is tiiy niali and the
man for the people.
D. V. Stroiise (druggist, Rep.i If I live
till fall my vote will be cast for Cleveland.
I want to see the money distributed over the
country instead of accumulating nud laying
idle iu the treie-ury, und this will be accom
plished if lie in elected.
U. S. HiiZi-li I have been s Republican
until this jiur, but cannot conscientiously
support Harrison. Ho was de.euted here
once for governor, and next fall many of his
former supporters w ill be found iu Demo
crat ic ranks.
Most-H A Dllts (Kid estate, Rep.) We
will lose votes ou account of the Ireo whisky
J. II. Tobiy (cigar maker, Rep.) The
eir t of the Republican platform on my
business if earned out, would bo to lower
the price of ck'tirs to (he consumer and in
crease tho number of shops. For the pur
pose of protecting myself arid other meu in
like position 1 oppose free tobacco. I think
the free whisky plank as a means of expe
diency to insure political success is, iu my
mm I, u doubtful (piestiuii.
William lletiiiett (farmer. Rep.) The free
whisky and tobacco plunk iu our pl.itlorm as
a means of reducing the surplus does not
meet with my approval.
O. (. Luuiboru (furiuer, ki p.) I think
the w hmky plank should be omitted, aud be
lieve our welfare would be improved by
stt enug clear of sumptuary legislation.
i , UAKSIIAL COUNTY.
I lionrbou Hon. John S. Render (Ind.)
I am decidedly oppostd to Harrison and in
favor of a general tarilt reform. I think
the Republicans will not cany Indiana.
L. N. Demoss (Rip ) -Cleveland will be
Ihe next president and Indiana will pve him
JO.lMiO majority. Cleveland is thenght untu
iu the right place. Giiieial Harri
son is a good m.iii. but not good
enough to win.
II. F. Itoseiiberry (t'lo.) Relweeii the
two great parlies 1 think ihe Democrats will
carry Indiana and elect CU-Vi luiid. The
old Greenback party will geuerally vole the
Ill ACkrOltD COUNTY.
Samuel Cassell (farmer, ltep.) I was a
soldier for four jeais, wu.i in sixteen battles,
besides niatiy sUiiiiislin; have ulwuys been
a Republican in principle, but the present
Administration having proved itself a true
friend lo the soldier u wi ll as to the best in
terests ol the country, 1 pioj.o-o to Vote for
Cleveland und luur'uian. There are many
other fX-Holdiois who will do the same thing.
Tipton -W. Springer (farmer, ltep.) I
can never stand the whisky clause lu the
Ri publican platfouu.
Henry Goal (fanner, Rep.) 1 have voted
the Republican In kit lor twenty-eight
years. 1 do not dcseit my p.iily or Us pnu
clples, but lliey have desuiied llie.
P. J. Muylor (tanner, Rep.)--'lhe pres
ent AdlliiniIlatl01illasbi eU so pure and spot
less that 10 clear III) colisclt lice 1 Hill com
pelled to Vote the Dcinociatlc ticket.
Rev. Ncal (Methodist minister, Rep.)
1 coiidcniu Ihu "Iree-whisky'uud-lobacco"
plutloiin, but just huw 1 will Vote 1 will Uot
Michigan City Liwyei James A. Thorn
ton (Rip.) llainsoii and Aloitou are all
llglil. I can stand them, but the plntfoim
Is all rnif, The idea of upholding War
lakes in (hetiuiu of peace lo protect liiouop
lies, and '.avoliug free w liisky to reduce the
surplus, .s a mistake of ihe urnt magnitude.
W It 11 LI. Y COUNTY.
E. P. t'.etsou, farmer (Rep. )I would have
ilk. id a lalloilii favoring lalit) rcduclioli,
believing that would have beeu to Ihe best
lutoresis ol the kgiicultiirists. The protec
tion afforded the launer is merely imaginary.
1 dou't like the Republican tickut. Alllsou
would have built pi elei able, or a Uiuu like
Wiudoui who stands up tor ihu agricultural
James Godfrey (wealthy luruier, Rep.)
Am well pleased with the lopiildicaii plat
lorui, but do not like Hariiso,.; think he is
a weak candidate, but williihcly support the
CLinK COUN Y.
W. T. Jacobs (coal dual. -, ltep.) says that
Cleveland has made u lirsl cla-s President,
and that the Adiuinistialloi. to his best be
lle! has beeu cluau and UmiIi I. Ho mads uo
expression ou the tun It" pleuk, but thought
the Republicau free l.rpio plank would uot
Churlestowu Qu i e defection occurs in
Republicau ranks. mien Teeple will not
support ll.ui isou i,; .e, lor Cleveland. W.
It. iloyer aud J. 0. Campbell will vote for
Cleveland. Alt three belong lo old Repub
lican families nud are leading men
in their community. They dou't like Harri
son. Jesse J. Coouibs, Memphis, goes hack ou
Republicanism, aud will vote tor the entire
Democratic tickut. He also was an old aud
leading Republican iu his district. His reas
on is unknown.
' Dr. Edward Elfi.d o' Memphis (Iud.) Is
idcntllled with the faii..iug interests, and de
clarert that farmers -n this section geueially
appro v- i i lie Democratic platform. The
Democratic ticket will take well.
James Wallace (farmer, Dem.) The
Democrats of our township feel all right.
Some Republicans seem to be dissutistlod.
"What are they dlssatislled ubuut, the
man or the plattoiui !
"Some ol them tho man uud some tho
A. J. Sharp (farmer, Rep) Have uot
heard any Democrats talk of bolting their
Win Millur (farmer, Dem.) I rather think
that a laic,e uuuiber of the Republicans of
Mulbery ure going for prohibition. I have
heard more ul.oilt pruhibitiou than I did he
fore, MARION COUNTY.
Edwurd Gould (Labor) I am very much
in tavor of the eluctiou of the Democratic
ticket. I like both the ticket aud platlorm
aud am very desirous that Ihe labor element
throughout the country should he fully
posted ou General Hurrisou's labor record.
1 reiterate my former charges published
throughout the couutiy that General Harri
son was in fuvul of harsh troalmcut toward
the railway strikers, and that is evidence
that he told thetu 1 or 1.20 per duy was
enough for them,
Lewis Custer (promin.nt Henry George
uiau and secretary ot the George club) I
oppose the Republican party this campaign,
although I voted for Ifiulue iu 1881. The
Chicago platform represent monopoly in
lit most aggruvuted lorm. Harrison is a
corpoiatiou attorney, the figurebcud of a
party bucked up und duiuiiiutod by privi
leged clasKos, the would-be aristocracy of
Samuel L. Lt-fllngwell (one of the most
notable uud substantial of labor agitators)
There is is no possible redemption iu any
thing that is encouraging to workiugmeu.
t he platform is a fraud. Hurrisou's whole
record is adveise to the hopes and anticipa
tions of labor symputhi.eis, uud Morton iep
leseuts everything antagonistic to Ihe Wel
fare ol a community that Uoes uot desire to
be taxed to death. The ticket will uot only
lose Indiana, but Ohio as welt.
Isaac Lahue (leader of of the Labor party
of lluriisou county) I kuow of tweuty-tlve
Republicans who wi'l not go to the pulls and
who repudiate the nomination of 'Harrison.
Eugeue Hunt (farmer. Rep.) I cuu't vote
the Republican ticket wh.u the plutform de
clares for the laxatiou of the necessaries of
Thomas Arnold (farmer, Rep.) I have
not read the plutlonm, but have read very
carelully the inessuge of Mr. Cleveland that
uiy .Republicuu fi lends sre making such
sdu about, and I cannot for the life of me
find anything wrong ubout it, uud I cauuot
for the life of uie rind anything wrong about
it. It is exactly right. I will vote for Mr.
(To b continued iitxt veti.)
Be t tin m will take all kinds of produce,
eg.;-, oacon, butter, chickens aud everything
t better prices thau anyone hiu in town.