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EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, l88.
It! 101? WE1
lit (ugfttf (tity Suaril.
lPCDLISOED EVERY SATURDAY.)
1. L. CAMPDELL,
Iti5lilier kii1 Proprietor.
OFFICE On the East side of Willamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth Street.
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"CE0. B. D0RR1S,
Attorney and, Coiuiscllor-at-Law,
y-lhh PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
V of the Second Judicial District and in
ht Supreme Court of this State.
Sutcial attention given to collections and
matters in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
EUGENE OUT. OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTliE COURTS OF
this State. Will give special attention
to collections and prolute matters.
OWCE-Over Hendrick & Eakin's bank.
Washburne & Woodcock
SUJKXa CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE At th ; Court House. iv&ni3
SEU. A. DOHH1S.
K, W. CON DUN.
CONDON & DORRIS,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OrKICK Over Robinson Jt Church's hardware
GEO. II MILLER,
Altoey and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Office formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. FENTON,
EUGENE CITY OREGON.
, Special attention given to Frobate business
and Abstracts of Title,
OmcK Over Grange Store.
w. HARRIS, M.D.
- Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's 'Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Dr Slielton
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby-
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
ATTOR N KT-AT-LAW,
. EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
IN ALL THE
t 'ourts of the State.
Special attention iriveii to real estate, col
ling, and probate matters.
' t'ollecting all kinds of claims against the
United States Government
flice in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T have some very desirable
J- Fanns, rnp-oved snd I'nimproivd Town
Pn'perty fr sale, on easv terms.
Property P,cnt:d and Seats Collected,
The Insurance Companies I represent aie .
"O'm,' the oldest &i,d net lili ble. nn I in 1
t l'hoPT and Kgi'iTAB' t adjust inent of their
p T.vsi) Second to Nonb. I
A share of your patronage is solicited. I
Otfice up stairs, over the Gransre Store. 1
U. F. DO KRIS. ;
J. DAVIS, 1
tTAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Ai Street opposite the Star Lakerv, whne
rPPsreil tod.. U k iod of work .-ffered
A lux (tnefc f j-jne Cloths on hand f .r
'tii'r. to kect fmnu
V40"-. and cleaning done proiui.tly,
t0n., Not. 6, 18S6. tf
Castoriu is recommended by physicians for
children teething. It is a purely Vfg. tnblr
preparation; its iiifcreViuits are published
around each bottle, h u pleusant to the
taste and absolutely oihs. Jt rt-lieves
constipation, regulates the bowels, quiets
piiiu, cures diunhuia and wind colic, ulhrt
fevorishuess, destroy worms, and prevents
convulsions, soothes the child and cives it
refreshing ami natural sleep. faatoria is
the children' nuuacea the mothers' friend.
30 doses, 35 ccuts.
Lambert & Uendersou are the solu ULreuts
for the celebrated Superior stoves. Take
your wife aud look at them.
Fob Salic. Fonr yoke of brokeu work
oxen and rigging for sale cheap. Cattle and
owner are nt Eltuirn, Lane comity, Oregon.
Alkx A. Fohtkb.
Moore's Revealed Remedy reaulutea and
builds np all the oreaua of the Liiuiau sys
tem. Sold by Lugeue Drugmsla.
What Is It!
That produces that beautifully soft com-
pUxion aud leaves no traces of its Applica
tion or injurious effects? Th mitrfr. l is
dom's Robertine accompliKhes all this, and
is pronounced by Indies of taste and refine
uieOt to be the most delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harmless and
matchless. F. M. Wilkius, agent, Eugene
By the latest methods in use by Eastern
dentists high in the profession, I1endi rH.n is
named to produce equally as doaintlile re
sults in tine cold fillings. Office same place,
A tt'tiv. ling in in, snipping nt tb Lie
House. ( ahipbcllshnrg. Ind , on Irnruilig
that a lady in the village was stiff' riiui tcni-
tily wnu cr.iinp colic, cuvi- lli- lamlludva
bottle of meiliciuc, wtiicli h hud with 1. ii si
and requested ln-r lotuke it to ilicf kk woiimii.
Tli medicine it lirvi d h' r tiroiiihtlv iiikI she
believes saved hi r life. It was Clminhcr-
niu's Colic. Cholera :iiid Diarrhoea K medv.
the promptest mid most ri liable i. edicme iu
ii e (or liowel coiic laiuts hold by UkImiiii
Cholera Morbus is one of the most painful
and dangerous diseases, many deaths result
ing from it each year, usually because it is
not pioperly treated. I be most severe cases
liar be cured liy o .lng Chamberlain s ulic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Sold by
OsbniD & Co.
Chaiiib'ilaiii's Cidic, Cholera anil Diar
rhoea Remedy was used wilh great muccck
luring our epiileicic of bloody Flux. I do
not know of a case that was lost where this
remedv was used. One of mv friends, uboiit
six miles from here, had a child tint was
uiven up by the two doctors who attemlcd it.
lie tlieu usr.l (Jliainlierliuu 8 I. nolle, Cholera
and Diarrhoea K.-medv, mid the child re
covered. All who have used it speuk of it
in the highest terms. Wishing you nbun-
laul success for the good von are doing, 1
on, V'erv Truly Yours, P. E. Lanknukk, ,
r. M , Liic-inui, Aiuuer.si io., in. ooiu
by Osburu & Co.
Davis, the t lilor, has j i.-.t received n large
stock of imported and dojiestic goods of the
latest Spring and Summer styles. Cull and
examine his stock.
KruiiRse & Klein have just received the
finest $1 French kid' shoo- ever brought to
Eugene. Ladies call nud seo them. We
have them iu Opera and French toes.
Bettman will take all kinds of produce,
eggs, bacon, nutter, cnicKens una everyining
at better prices thnu anyone else in town.
' Sole Agents fcr
THE .1 U.5ILY
s3 Mm Uihm Jp
I I a I 1
tl SOLD AfiD SILVER SHI3TS.-
'l We are still at the ..Id reliable "range rwre.
and can -ell you anylhm,' that oU Want V, eat
Don't Believe It
. . . . r r i :1I I.... ,1. s lri1"ri-t.
When Wi.iiu.il r.-i. .V,,i,'
cou,l'.'" .. .. ... In the
Superior Cook Stove.
EuoknsCj y, Ou , Sept. II, 188.
This oer titles that I have a Superior Cook
Stove that I have used for ten years, and
that it has never cost me a cent for repairs,
the fire back is in good condition yet and the
stove is doing good work.
For Side by Lambert & Henderson.
Geo. V. Kinsey, Auctioneer.
When you want your goods, household
furniture or luud Hold at auction, call on
Geo. W Kinsey, the pioneer aud most suc
cessful auctioneer iu Lane County. He will
attend to all sules on a reasonable commission.
The highest cash price will be
wheat by F. B. Dunn
Dr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compound, purely
i vegetable, positively cures rheumatism, nen
1 rnl.Mk. toothache, sich headache, cramp col-
. . D . - - -
ie chobra morbus. comi.Ululs peculiar to
.es. ,u o cough.
arouud the heart, erysipelas,
ml i -
Give Them a Chance!
That is to say, your lungs: Also all your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it is. Not only the larger air
passages, I ut the thousands of little tubes
and cavities lesdiug from them. When
these are cloggvd and choked wilh matter
which onght not to be there, your lungs can
not do their work And what they do, they
cannot do weel. Call it oold, cough, croup,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any of
the family of throat and nose and head anil
lung obstructions, all are bad. All ought to
be got rid of. There is Just one sure way
to get rid of them. That is to take Bos
cbee's German Syrup, which any druggist
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even if
everything else has failed you, you may de
pend upon this for curtain.
Chns. Baker has leased the Baker house
from Mrs. Baker mid purchased the busi
ness. All bills previous to Aug, IS ure pay
able by aud to Mrs. Buker.
Farmers if you want money bring all your
old iron, copper, brass, etc, to W. Sanders.
He pays the highest cash price. New York
All kinds of good, clean four-foot wood
wanted by the Winter Photo-Compauy.
Wood taken in exchange for pictures to
any amount, until Sept. 1st, '88.
Inquire over A. V. Peters' store.
Best facilities for eularging pictures to
any size and a superior quality of work
Mr Gen F Craw has the sole agency for all
brand of th. celebrated J'aiisil Puiiuli Cigars.
1 his powder never varies. A marvel of pur ,
ity. ftrnitth and wholenomenewi. More oo
D.'inical than th. ordinary kinds and cannot be I
sold in coinprtitiot) with the multitude of tow
tet, shor. weight alt-ID or ph.Sat powders. ,
Sold only in cans. RotaL BaIIXO I'owptg
taJOti WaUbt.N. Y.
A good stock ranch of 300 acres, two fine
corner lots in Eugene, and oue extra Jerse
cow. Applv to Frank Raukiii.
Sept 14, 18S8.
The city tux is now in my hands for col
lection. All delinquent tales and street as
sessmeuts must be paid immediately, and if
not paid on or before Nov. 1, 1N8H, they
will be collected by duo process of law. II
prompt and save oo-ts, II. J. Day,
.City Marshal and Tax Collector.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion is a fee to good ua
turo. The human digestive apparatus is om
of the most complicated and wonderful
things in exbt uioe. It is easily put out o
order. Greasy food, tou.h food, sloppi
food, bad cookery, mental worry, lute hours,
irregular habits, and many other things thai
ought not to be, bare made the American
people a nation of dyspeptics. But Oreen's
August Flower has done a wonderful work in
reforming this business and making the
American peojde so healthy that they can
enjoy their meals aud be happy. Rcmem
ber: No happiness without health. But
Green s August I lower brings health and
happiness to the dyspeptic. Ask your drug
gist for a bottle. Seventy-five cents.
Why yes T-Tea-T. We ask you to not.
that we carry the largest and best atoek ol
Tea south of Portland. We buy direct from
the importer. We allow you to see, twite or
mndl what yon buy, or will give yon a sain
pie to let vou find out just what kind you
want. All favorite and tried brands always
in stock. Prices to suit the times from 25
cts up. We also have a full and fresh stock
of grooeries etc.
Pacific Trs Co.
'Ills ynunit man with Ids best gl'l, the old
man and woman, th farmer and lalxirer, wher
they come to town to bugen. to nurch
gotsls,' should nt delay hut proceed at once f
Friendlv's store, where is kept a large stick of
mens, boys and cnildrens clothing, ladies
dress itikmI, fancy articles, hats, caps, boots
and shoes, carets, etc,
MoRsisTOW, Tr.m, July 4, iSSS
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ca.:
(jentlemen Five years ago 1 was so un
fortunate as to contract an extremely bad
case of blood poison. My bones ached and
my muscles began to sv ell and contract. I
was under treat, nent of the physician from
the inception of the disease until I found
t'lat he could do me no good. Then,
through the advice of a friend I began tak
ing S. S. S. Your medicine seemed to have
an immediate efi.ect. I took six bottles, and
to-day am sound and well. That was two or
three years ago, but I have seen no evidence
of the return of the disease, and I take this
opportunity to thank you for what it has done
for me. It saved my life. You can refer
ar.y one to me.
R. M. Wall.
Faxmrrsvillk, Tlx., June 21, i883.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemen The mother of member
of our firm was afflicted with a cancerous
lore on ber face for about twenty year.
During the past few years it troubled her
very much by cortinued pain and itching.
She ujed your S. S. S., and the "ore has
disappeared and is apparently well. Should
it break out again, will advise you.
Pendleton, Yiajllv & Riliy,
Three books mailed free on applicatioc.
t THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer's. AUanU. Csv'
Rial 'larlir Scare."
N Y. World.
The Republican m lingers bars at last
fo. ud a real ' tariff scare." But it i they
ho are frightened at the prospect of losing
vote, and not the workingmen who are
scared nt the prospect of having their taxes
The growth of the tni4sT reform sentiment
in the West and Noi (Invest has alarmed lbs
defenders of the war taxes. They are secret
ly canvassing to ft ml out ''how Dad it is."
Tho tariff r. duct ion sentiments talked for
years by Senators Allison, Ingalls, Van
W vck, Congressman Nelson and other Re.
publicans have reflected a deep feeling
among the farmers of that locality. The
Cla.'ago declaration for surplus spending,
higher dnliea.and froe whisky gavs s shock
to the enlightened Republican sentiment of
The Senate bill is sn attempt to stop the
dedvtion that is alarming the leaders as to
Illinois, Miriiesots, Wisconsin. Michigan
and Iowa. There may not be time to win
any of these states on this issue for this elec
tion, but they are certain to wheel into th
Democrat iu column eventually.
1 tie war tarilt is coming down. If not re
formed now it will be smashed hereafter
for we snppuie the people have light in
this oouutry to remove evils that resist
A Protected Fallacy.
The Indianapolis Sentinel says: All ths
arguments against the Mills bill, based upon
the different n ihecostnf labor in this
country aud Europe, an ntteily fallacious,
iM'cause nus measure protects our manufao-
turers s good deal more t In-. ii the entire cost
of their labor, The following shows the per
cent of labor cost in the leading industiies
n( this country and the per cent of tariff pro
tection, as proposal liy tlie .Mills lull:
LdxirCost Mills Dill.
Per Cent. Per Cent.
Crockery and glassware.. , 4:1 G'2
Mel llH . ..ill M
ll mp.iute and II. iX goods. 20 22
Woolens '."I 40
dton goods 21 39
It will be Heell that til idl tlli'S" iudiisiries
the Mills bill gives protection cleat, r than
he 1 mire laboi cost iu this coiintr), o that,
'cn if the foreicn nianufaeinn rs uit their
labor for nothing, th Mills lull fill -till
ive our doint si ic liiatiufiu turers the adv an
il' of till III.
Tho Opera Company.
The Hudson. I'ckeri opera company which
ippeared in this city a fi w weeks ago had a
lg row up at 10! 01 la at tUe but. I Where
they were stoppinv. According to the dis
patches it seems that Julia Mariin, one of
ilia leading ladies, working for $U weekly,
cioinuiitted mime slight otli use, and malinger
hekert lined her X half the salary. The
little , lady objected stn tmoiish, and was
hacked up by the balance of the company,
including Evan G .mlile, who used strong
latiguiige toward treasurer lUmmill. The
latter called the boy a liar, and Gamble re
torted by calling him a bigger liar. Ham-
null struck the boy in thti lace, ami Gamble
iiit him square between the eyes, knocking
111111 down. The treasurer arose and kicked
Gamble, when bystanders luUrfcrvd. Man
iger iM keit turned bis attention to Gamble,
ind the latter informed hi in that he would
punch his head. The company then pro
ceed, d to the steamer. It is understood
that three ladies aud a couple of boys ill
h ave the company, and as they are the piiu-
ipais, mis win iiaeiy cause us uisaoiiiiion.
M. S Quay, Chairman of the Republican
National Committee, is also a Seuator of the
United States, It has been ascertained that
he has beeu sending om Republican cam
puigu documents by wholesale under bis
trauk of Seuator. 1 his method of .defraud
ing the Postal Department is small business
lint it is not surprising (bat the Chairman
of the National committee availed himself of
Ids Seiiuturi.il privilege to further his parti
san work. It is surprising, however, to
tlud tho Republican Nutioual Committee
using the franks of Senators Hawley, Hir-
cock, Cullom and Hale to distributs Repub
lican literature lliiongu tqe mulls, free of
postage. The wrapja rs over this stuff carry
he legend, "Part of Congressiouul Record,
but the conteuts are ordinary campaign doc
uments. Of course, this is a plain alius of
the franking privilege aud may be properly
designated a swindle, but it is beyond the
reucb 01 law. It Is estimated the Republi
can Committee bus in this way defrauded
the Government out of f25.0()0 worth ol pos
tage during the present campaign. The
steal is small but it is none the less a ste d.
The N. Y. Post, Independent Republican
but supporting Cleyelaud, publishes fso-
simile ol nearly a column of interviews belli
with manufacturers which the N. Y. Tribune
published immediately preceding th elec
tmu of 1H81, in which it was predicted that
the election ol Cleveland would insure ruin
and disaster to the manufacturers. Now the
Post has interviewed those same manufac
turers and rinds them highly prosperous with
Istger trade than ever, two exceptions only
being noted, one of which wna caused by
gross mismanagement of aff.irs of the com
pany, the other, a uail manufactory, not be
ing nblu to compete with establishments at
i'lllsburg ou account i f freight rates. The
scuru business will not work lids time.
.The smallpox excitement in McMinnville
bus entirely died out. Two inmates of th
pst house have been discharged, and all
the others are 00 the way to recovery. Ami
ty has rsiwd its quarantine and it is expect
ed that Lafayette sill do likewi- shortly.
The scare very badly injured business in
Me.dmtiville during its pres. nee, but thing
bav now assumed their wouted appearance.
T. V. Powderly, the head of th national
organization of the Knights of Labor, states,
over bis own sign iti re, that prominent Be
putilicacs promised him the office of Com
missioner of tb Nutioual Bureau of Labor
Biati-tirs in the event of Republican sue-ce-s
if he would "pull the Knights of Labor
off Harrison's bark in Iudiana.
Perry Donthitt, a Marion county farmer,
went to the Sheriff lai-t Week, told bim b
waa insane aud wanted to go to the asvliim.
He waa examined aud found to be Don com
pos meutis and is now where ha just hod
enough sense to know L belongud.
with every bottle. 9 1