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EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1888.
U Eugene (City Guard.
(PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.)
1. L. CAMPBELL,
PublUber and Proprietor.
OFFICE On the East side nf Willamette
Ftreet, between Seveutb aud Eighth Street.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Sii Mun tin....
KATES OF ADVKKTI31NQ.
Advertisement Inserted as follow:
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'iinTadvertisers will be charged t tin fol
One square three months
One square six months
One square one year.
Transient notices in local oolumn, 20 cents
per line tor esoh Insertion.
Advertising bill will lie rendered quarterly.
All lob work must be faiu roHQW deliveht.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District anil m
be Supreme Court of thu State.
Sptoial attention given to collections ana
matters in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUGENE CITY", OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
this SUte. Will (five special attention
to collections and probate matters.
Orricc--Over Hendrick & Eakin's bunk.
Washburne & Woodcock
EU15ENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE At the Court House. iy8ra3
GEO. A. D0RB1B.
8. W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORRIS,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OrriCE Over Robinson & Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
sUtorney and Ccunsollor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Office formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. FENTON,
1 Hntian I'ivpn to Prolate business
and Abstracts of Title.
Orrici Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Lr Shelton
DR. JOSllPU P. CALL,
C1AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE ..r res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, ophite Presby
J.J. WALTON. Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of the State.
8pecial attention (riven to real estate, col
ecting, and probate matter.
Collecting alt kinds of claims against the
United States Government
Office in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
Farms, Improved and Unimproved 1'nwu
property for sale, on easy term.
Proparty Eented and Bents CJloctsi
The Insurance Companies I represent ;e
among the 01dtt aud ni'Mt Keliable, an.l if
the PaoxPT and EgnrrAB'.E adjustment of theii
oasee StaKD Second to None.
K share of your patronage is aolii-iteiL
Office no-stairs, over the Grange Store.
a F. DO UK Li.
tth nppvvn a simp nv VIN'TH
t ' ' AMI--' AT . S V vw ' - " "
M1 Street oppnita the Star takerv, vhi
preparea 10 oo au kimta n worn oaemi
Ui US U)J
A large stock of Fine Cloths on band for
customer to select tmtn.
Repairing and cleaning done promptly. Sat-
Kogwa, Nov. 6, lis, tf
Castoria is n'onuimt-ndeJ by phvioiuns for
children tft-tb ing. It inn purely veritable
prcpanilidii; i(k ingredii'iitii nre puldikhed
around each bottle. It' w plonsaiit to the
tiiKte and absolutely harmless. It relieves
coliKtipntion, rcuUttH the bowelx, quictt
pun), cuies (hiiribceu Ht'.d wind colli", iiiiuyr
ffverishwari, desiroyx worms nud preveuU
cnnvulioiiH, KOothiH the child mid giveii it
rvfri'slun nud natur.il aleep. t HHlorni is
the children's panacea the motherx' frieud.
3o duxes, 'io cents.
Lnuibert & Uendfrson arc the aole nccuU
for tha celebrated Superior stoveH. Take
your wife nud look at thetn.
Fob SALE.fvFour voka of brokeu work
oxen and rigping for hkIo cheap. Cattle and
owner are at EUuir.i, Lane ennnty, Orcgou.
Alkx A. IOhTKI.
Moorc'H R"venled Remedy reoiilatea aud
bn ill in np all the otnnn of the hum mi sys
tem. Sold by EiiiR'iio DniKKisU.
What Is It!
That pi odiu'cs that Wiitifully soft com-
plixiou mid leu vt'H no tracen of ittt applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wi
dom's Robertine nccnmpliKheB all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of timte and refine
ment to be the unwt (leligbtfiil toilet article
ever produced. Warranted uaruiliHR and
matchless. F. M. Wilkiue, ngent, Eugene
By the Intent methods in use by Eaatern
lentista biub in the profeRaioh, Henderxon is
enabled to produce equally as desirable re-
ultH in tine olil blimps. Utllce same place,
Attuviling man, Biniipiiii' at the Lee
House, ( atnplellsbur(, Iud., on harniin.'
that n Lidy iu thu village waa sunVrin terri
bly with cramp colic, cave the landlady h
bottle of medicine, which he had with' biui
aud requested hei'totake it to thexick wnillall
I ho medicine relieved her promptly nuu slie
believea saved her life. It waa Chaiuber
laiu's Colic. Cholera and DianhoeH Remedy,
the promptest mid most reliable liiedieine in
ii-e (or Uowi.-l i'oiu"laiutH. Sold by Osbiirn
Cholera Morbus is one of the uiost painful
and daneroux iliscascs, many deatha reanlt-
m from it each year, usually because it is
not properly treated. The most severe cases
may be cured by iisino Cbaliibei Iain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Sold by
Ostium iV Co.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy was used with great micces
.lurina our epidemic of bloody I'lnx, I do
not know of a ease that was lost where this
remedy was nsed. Olio o( uiy friends, about
six miles from here, had a child that was
liiven np by the two doctors who attended it.
tie tlieu used Chamberlain s I. nolle, L uoiera
and Diarrhoea R' liiedv, and the child re-
overed. All who have nsed it speak of it
in the highest terms. Wishing yon abun
dant niu'cchs for the good you are doing, 1
tin. Verr Truly Yours, P. E. Lankndkb,
P.M., Chestnut, Auiberat Co., a. hold;
by Osbnrn & Co. j
Davis, the t iilor. has just received a large
stock of imported and domestic goods of the
latent Spring nud Summer styles. Call anu
examine his stock.
Kransse & Kb in have just receive 1 the.
Uncut 1 French kid shoe ever brought to
Eugeue. Ladies call nud see them, we
have them in Opera and French toes.
Bettmau will bike all kiuda of produce,
ent's, bucou, butter, chickens and everything
at better jiricts than nnyoiie else in town.
Ccle Agents fcr
FOR THE JUSTLY
y. Mm S Johnson,
-GOLD AND SILVER SHirnS.
We are .till at the ol.l
j. j t ..- i ...... 'l ...ii uMttl.iii.
V' fvt or er,
(he a per Than
Don't Believe It
vi g-Ulile, positively cure rueuuiatlxm. Den
A hen told that F. M. Wilkins, th? dnv'u-ist, ralBia, tis.tWhe, su b headache, cramp col
is not ;iio--Wisdom's Roljertine" for the ir, cholera nwrbat, pomphuiiU peculiar U
comt h-ii- u. the ne-t eh gant and only rully feiual- . cold or coogh. hives, chill aod fe-h.rih-s
pr.pirati .n of its kiii.l 'D the ver. ptint around the heart, eryipel.
... I I. so l nv.. 5 a beaotifcl picture card ph'Li-ic. Ge.eoe TatloR.
with rrerj bottle. ; SoIJ by 0biun 4 Co, draggiau.
'Truu Lava no place in a
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uOBie 9em 0 P9sbjh i jnq 'qooadi pew 0) ejq l ,,'g tu&o x9T$ M eioq) lyjv
THE TRUSTS tlT HE "KO-KO" 1TUT.
"The trust! that bloom in the States, tra-la, Have nothing to do with the oaie, tra-la,
I've got to take under my wing:, tra-la, A most unpopular old thing, tra-la."
n luble " Jrai.fc'e St.'re, 1 T 1
Lhul vitu w.,l.t tu ei.l ' '
I Dr Taylor' 7 Onka Compound, purelj
Chns. Baker has leased the Baker bouse
from Mrs. Baker nud purchased the busi
ness. All bills previous to Aug, 15 ure pay
able by and to .Mrs. Baker.
Farmers if you want money bring all your
old iron, copper, brass, etc., to W. Sanders.
lie u 13s lue uii!lll'Sl casu ll lie. new 101a
All kinds of good, clean four-foot wood
wanted by I lie Wiuter l'lioto C'ompaiiy,
Wood taken in exchange for pictures to
any amount, until Kept. 1st, 'hH.
Impure over A. V. Peters' store.
Best facilities for enlarging pictures to
any size and a superior quality of work
'I !.! po "Vr filler vsrie. A man el of pur
iv. tr. tj.th and bo"imn. More eon
iiilcal than tl r innry kiiels and cannot be
Id ia coni:ti'ioii with th inaltiueU of low
-t, .le weil t a!ern i-t pi ph.t p..wilr.
S"Id mdy in ixif. Kohl Baklk; l'oiia
Co., iw; Wall m., N. Y.
r I ROYAL til'M J N
K'i i.iimn rlV
be erili connected with then
Dyspi'i ila is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion is a foe to good na
ture. The human digestive apparatus is one
of the most complicated and woiideiful
things In exi.t'i.C'-. It is easily put cut ol
order. Greasy food, tou.h food, sloppy
food, bad cookery, mental worry, Isle hours,
irregular habits, and many other things that
ought uot to be, have made the American
people a nation of dyspeptiea. But Green's
August 1' lower bus done a womietiui won in
reforming this business and making the
American people ho heiilthy that I hey 0in
enjoy their uieiiU ntid le nippy. Retiiem
ber; No happ n s without With. But
Green's August Flower brings health and
happiness to the dypeptin. Ask your drug
gist for a bottle. S vent) .five couts.
Why ye T-Tea-T. We ask you to n te
that we carry the largest and best sloek ol
Tea south of Portland. We buy direct from
the importer. We allow you to are, (curie or
unell what yon buy, or will give you a sain
pie to let you find out just what kind you
want. All favorite and tried brands always
iu stock. Pricei to suit the times (mm 2f
i ts np. We aUo have full and fresh i took
of groceries etc
PAcirtc TrA Co.
Direct from tho Front.
KNOXVIM.F, Tr.su., Juiy a, 1888.
The Swift SDciific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.:
Gentlemen I can cheerfully and truth
f jlly say that S. S. S. i$ the greatest blood
purifier on earth. In 1884 I contracted
blood poivn. Physicians treated me with
no good results. I took a half dozen differ
ent kinds of blood medicines, but, without
receiving any permanent relief I I was In
duced to try S. S. S. I began the 6rst
bottle with the gravest doubts of success.
I had been so often deceived. But Im
provement came, and I continued its use
until perfectly well. I have since married,
and have a healthy family. No trace of the
disease is seen. Swifts Specific did all
thia for me, and I am grateful. Yours
Uu'y, J. S. Stsadfr.
118 Dale Ave.
Kimp, Texas, June 33, 1888.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlciien A sixteen-year-old son of
mine was alflictcd with bad blood, and broke
out with an eruption on various parts of his
body. I put him to taking S. b. S., and a
few bottles cured him entirely. I live at
Lone Oak, but my post-office fa at Kemp.
Yours truly, W. S. Romnsom.
Three books mailed free on application.
All druggists sell S. S. &
Tui Swift Smcific Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ca.
fcew York, 736 Broadway,
Wool for the Eyes.
N. Y World
Mr Blaine 1 n ti mis to he horrified ni the
sngestjnii of pulling wool on the free list.
Ex-Congressman Converse aaya the bhat
0! th shu p ill scon be beiird no more if
the Mills bill becomes a law. The protec
tion (rgm cry out that the wochn mills
will all slop if the raw malt rial is not taxed!
This is nil wool for the Totem' eyes.
The United Slates hud no tariff on wool
for Iwi ntv five jtars lifter the adoption of
the constitution. The flock increased and
Ihe price nf wiad was higlo r than it ia now.
Ill 1HI7 the highest tariff ever knovn wag
placed on wool. Ill two years the farmers
were killing sheep for their pelts and tallow.
Free tiiide England maintains on high
priced land 3 .tsjO.tKM) sheep, agaiust 44,
(XKi.OiK) iu this nnt country with its cheap
pasturage. In the tree-trade Australian col
ony of New South Wales ihe number of
sheep increased I'J.GOO.IHH) iu twelve years,
while in the adjacent profi ctionist colony of
Victoria ihiy dwrisstd 1.000,000
The Utiiti'd Slate is Ihe only manufactur
ing country that taxes wool. Iu all the rest
wool grown g is relatively greater and more
profitable limn I is bete,
'Cheaper wool, cbtiiptr woolen, larger
niHikit-, tiior product, gttater 1 mployiuent,
This la Ihe sum of ihe whole matter.
Ex-Si'crctury McCulloch Supports
WashinhtoN, October H. Hon. Hugh Mo.
Culloch has ei me nut for Cleveland and
Thuriiiau. IB- w.ts n tnnff nfoimer when
he win Secretary of the Tieasnry under Lin
coln, Johnson and Arthur, and he rt fused to
change bis vies uiuhr the crack of ihe par
He regaids the position of Freaidcnt
Cleveland 1111.I the D. ni' t-r it 10 pal ly most
marly in hitoiiI wiih bis view, and be
th r fore nuihoiizi'M the tnti meiit that if he
he able to g t to the polls oil November Uih
he will vole for ihe Cb v-lntid el-ctors.
This iiifoimalion is not in tin nature of a
Kir prise t ' those ho luiie known Mr. Mo
Cnliocli's opinions and 111" honesty with
which lie has held In ll His public lie.
claralioii, h"W' v.i, seives to i inphiisi anew
Ihe distance uliieli tin- Repiildican orguiiisi
lion has drifted under the wires of small
poliiies fiom Ihe position ol its great leiidrs
of the wi.rHiiil the r. oiiHlruetioii pinoils.
(live TIiimii a Chance!
That U to s iy your lungsi Also all your
briathiiig machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it w. Not only the linger air
pasag' S. bul ilit- Ibousaiiils of little tnla'S
and cm ill' s lesdllig (10111 tin 111, When
Ihi se are eh gg.d and choked with m dler
which ouh'ht not tu be there, your lung can
uot do th ii work. And what they do, they
cannot do Weel. Cull it cold, cough, croup,
pneumonia, ratal lb, loii-unipliou or any of
the family ol throat and nose aud bend aud
lung obstructions, all are bud. AH ought to
lie got rid of. There Is Just one sure way
to get rid of til. 111. That is to take Bos
ehee's German Syrup, which any druggist
will si ll joll lit 7') cents a bottle. Even if
everything else has failed you, you may (its
peuii upon this (or c rtain.
State superintend -lit E. B. MfElroy ia
now engaged in the work of preparing a
school teacher' register, w (licit will conform
In Ihe blanks end public school syslt tu uf
the slate, the Use of whicli wilt bt uiade obli
gatory 1 is every snhool district in Oregon,
lie has also placi d ill the bands of the elate
printer Ihe copy fur 11 compendium d iufor
umlioll to the country superintendents, giv
ing llieiu information iu regard to the keep,
iiigofiha county Superintendents register
issmd from that olhVe last spring, aud othur
instruction of u uselul uharaulur.
A. B. Flmlley, a farmer 00 the Imanaha,
In Wallowa coiintv, lis succeeded in raising
a minister .quash, welshing 1H3 pounds. He
took It to tlm town t Joseph (or exhibition,
oid no sismer had It arrived them thsn it wa
uisdii thr tnilijei t of a julilicnl bet. H t'leve
Unit Is elected a promitient buiness man nf
dosepb Iihs anieeil to mil the iiiah to Enter
prise, a distance of several tnilesi and in case
llini-oli l.eleileil t lollies Alllllllll n:i. s'reti,
to da ths same thills'.
n . .r,t nnUiiii. 1.I111 liissev. r.il men em
ployed ill H-hiiig Hi the vicii.ily of Taitotn,
leporls tu the Oregoliiali lliHt a day or Iwo
since when he was over there at one haul of
1,1a ..lam! ions of m a trout, us they
are called, . re caught. People who eauie
long were given all tliey walnut euu air.
Guistin salted a lot and mill many were
wasted, although the lend line whs lilted sud
many allowed to escape. It ia the general
opinion that these so called trout aie young
After January 1st, any ppei In New York
uiblishiug the delHilsof an tX-cntion, will
... uiiliiudl til SI flllM hikI Inii'MHOiini lit under
a uew law. But the managing tditorsof the
11. raid. Times, Mm, world, nisr. riesa anu
Morning Journal say Ihey will not obey it,
but will continue to publish whatever tbey
can get concerning execution a of every
What was the matter? The Prof, aked
me how the Gieek heavy armed soldiery
w. r. a med nud I said I thought they had
musk' ts. Th"U the Piof said the next thing
we would read of tlnir taking 'ho north
bound train alnl the boys all laughed, but I
dulu'l e anvlbing funny. Mr. 8.
The ynunu mn with his best gbl, the old
mail ami W"inu. the farmer and latsi er. when
tlt .sane to town to Eugene to purcbane
should not delay but pr.iceed at once to
Frlenolj 's "tore, wli-re I. kept a largs t.k of
n..n, boys and cniMrm clothing, ladle
.lo ss gissls, fancy articles, hats, caps, booU
and shoes, o.irpdts, etc
Bolh Oermiin and Aiithmetie were a litthj
out of joint, when the following translation
Was given iu Ihe first year Gennau: "How
many are nineteen less fie? Ten."
The Chinese are not verv long-lived. Out
of a population of 3t;'J.iHKJ.0"J, the census
show on'y lour ceutciinrinjis.
PoaTAL TfLd BtrH Office hour on Snn
.1 u.ui ,.. 101 n m. -and from 4:(0
UV Itviu w'w - ' " - -
to tl.vU p. tu. Week dajs.all bu-iue. hours.
O. F. Cbaw, Supt.
Mr Geo Y Ciaw ha th. sol. aeency for all
brand, of th. celebrated 'Tau.il Punch CV&ra.