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ESTIRLISIIEI) FOR THE 111 SSKM INITIOS OP MMCMTIC I'KIN. H'l.l'N. ASH TO MM IS IIOSESTUVISG HV THE SWEAT (IF tll'R BKIItt.
EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, IHHS.
Sue tfufltnf tfitii fiuiml
iPLU(LISHED EVERY SATURDAY.)
L L CAMPBELL,
paUlaher ami Proprietor.
OFFICE Ou the Ran elda of Willamette
Hreet. between Seventh ami Eighth Street.
i KftMfl OF sUKSCRIPnuN.
jliree months 7a
KVrUS OH ADVKUTIH1NG.
dvertisement inserted mi follows:
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e, subsequent insertion 81. CM required
1mewAmlkm will be charged at the fol
lowing ,, nr.
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1 1,..,,. Lire oik' year... ........ ..
Transient notices la local column, 20 cent
mr line tor each insertion.
Ydvertising hill will ' rendered quarterly.
All jot w.rk must U i-aid kqbps hei.iveuy.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsel lot -at-Law,
VfrJLL PRACTICE IN THE 0DUKT8
V of the 86001 Judicial District ami m
he Supreme Court of this State.
Sptuial attention given to collections anil
nutters in probate
-Attome) and Counsellor at Law,
euqknb crrv, okegox.
lKV('il( i:slN A L I. I'll E OOUKTS 01
L thb Stale. V V i 1 1 (jive special attention
feeolleotioni and probata matters.
Ornoi -Over Bwdrtek v Eakiu's bask.
Washburne & Woodcock
iU.HXK CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE At th Court Mouse. iv8ro3
0. A. DOBia, CONDON.
CONDON & DORRIS,
VAJtiKNE CITY, - - - OREGON
OfTICI Over Uohiuson A Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attorney and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
KUGENE CITY, - - OREGON.
Oilier formerly ooonpied by Thompson A
KlJGENE CITY UKEOON.
Special attention given to Probate business
Slid Abstracts of Title.
Off ice Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Kvsideuce ou Fifth street, where Or MmKOB
Dli. JOSEPH P. GILL,
J 1AN IJE FOUND AT H1SOFFICE or res
vyjdaqot when not professionally engaged.
Uiddcure on Eighth street, opoeite Preshy
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Castoriu is recouiniciided by b iciaiis for
children teething. It is n purely ug.lublc
prepiiraiiou; us ingredients urc published
around each Kittle. It is pleasant to th.
taste and absolutely harmless, It relieves
constipation, regulates the bowels quiets
pam, coral diartbme and wind colic, allays
feverishn. na, destroys worm-, and prevents
Convulsions, KO'ilheit the child and gives it
refr. shing and natural sleep. Oeatoria i
the children's panacea -the mothers' friend.
35 doses, 35 cents.
Lambert A Heudersou are the sole agents
for the celebrated Superior moves. 'Ink.
your wife uud look at them.
A good slock ranch of 360 acres, two flue
comer lots in Eugeue, and one extra Jersey
cow. Applv to Frauk Rankin.
Sept. 14, 1888,
Moore's Revealed Reilieily lemilates
builds up all the orpaus of the human
tern. Sold by Lugene Druggists.
What 1$ Itr
That produces that beautifully soft com
plexion and hoves no tracts of its applica
tion or injurious cflects? The answer, Wis
doui'a Rola rtino accomplishes all this, uud
is pronounced by ludies of tnste and reflue
llii lit to be the moat delightful toilet artiele
ever produced. Warranted harmless and
matchless. F. M. WUkipi, "gent, Eugeue
By the latest methods in use by Eastern
dentists high in the profession, Henderaou is
enubleil to produce equally as desirable re
snlts iu Hue gold fillings. Office same place,
Hay, a' Mo.
A trfcv In r IUHQ, Kloppilio at the I., e
II ii . mupls llsbiirg. Iml , on li aruilW
Ibal a lady ill I In villug. ma suit' ring tern
b!y with snnO colic, cav.' III. litti. I Itn i x a
bottle of im dieine, which he had with bin
and now Med h. rtotake it to thesiek woman
The mrdicin ulieved h.-r promptly and she
believes saved her lite. It wus Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarihoea R. uu dv.
the promptest and most reliable mtdicina in
u o for llowel conr laiuts Sold by Oslmrii
Cholera Morbus is one of the most painful
and dang, roils diseases, many deaths result
ing from it each year. DjoaQt because it is
uot property ireated. The mOal S' vere CMM
may be clued by using Chnndkrlaili's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea R.uied)'. Sold hj
Osbnrn A Oo
OtUUn bariain'a Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy was used with great success
during our epidemic of bloody Flux. I do
not kie.w of a ease that was lost where this
remedy was used. One ot my friends, about
six miles from here, had a child that WH
aivon up by the two doctcta who attended it.
He Iheu used Chamberlain's Cholic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea R mcdv, and th child re
covered. All who have used it speak of it
iu the highest i. rms. Wishing jou ubun
daut success for the good you are doing, I
am, Very Truly Yours, P. E Lankndeii.
P. M , 'Chestnut, Amherst Co., Vs. Sold
by 0ibu.ro & Co.
Davis, the t lilnr, has just received a large
stock of imported anil domestic goods of the
latest Spriug and Summer styles. Call and
examine his stock.
Kransse A Kh iu have just received the
fluest H French kid shoe ever brought to
Eugeue. Ladies call and see them. We
have ihetn in Opera and French toes
Bettuiau will tako all kinds of produce,
eggs, bacou, butter, chickens and everything
at better prices than anyone else in town.
The Republican Platform.
. r uT '.J U Ilk
rfl "-r OUSTS
REPUBLICAN WAY TO REDUCE THE SURPLUS.
Reduce the tax on Alcohol S 7.000.OOO.
Reduce the tax on Tobacco 24,000,000.
Geo. V. Kintey, Auctioneer.
When you want your Roods, household
furniture or hind sold at miction, call on
Geo. W Kilisey, the pioneer and most suc
cessful auctioneer in Lane County. He will
attend to all sales ou a reasonable commission.
(ive 1 10 in a ( liatice!
The highest caah price will be paid for
wheat by F. B. Dunn
t I 'oiirts of the State.
Sliei'inl attention iriveii to
fctiiii,., ami probata mailers.
Collrctiiii all kinds of claims ainst the
Jailed States Government
"Ifice in Walton's brick-rooms 7 and 8.
IN ALL THE
real estate, col-
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
RATI SOME VEKY DESIRABLE
Farms, Improved and datfmpn md Town
pfoerty fr tsft ,,n ttu,y terms.
Property Bentcd and Eents Collected.
The In-uran.-e Companies I represent are
among the Oldeat and unt Reliable, and in
the PnoMR ajrilM ir.B;.r. adjustment of their
"e S i M Se.oNH to NoNE.
A hre of your HtapfMf olicitl.
Orbc up-staira. over the Grange Store.
B. F Do KRIS.
V W V
That iis lii nay your uius: Also all -your
hr.athing machinery. V. ay wonderful
marline rv it i-. Not only Ihi larger air
passag.:!, hot the thoMenda of little tubes
ami cavities lesdini' from tlnm. Wh.u
these arc eloggwl and choked with m alter
which Bnghl not to be thate, yoQI lungs can
not do tin ii work And what ihcy do, they
cannot do w eel. Call it cold, cough, i roup,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any of
the family of throat ami nose and In ad and
lung obstructions, all are bad. All ought to
ho got rid of. There is just one sure way
to get rid of them. That is lo take Bos
chee'a German Syrup, which any druggist
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even if
everything else has failed you, you may de-
d upon this for certaiu.
All kinds of good, clean foul-foot wood
wanted b) ih, Wini.r Photo Company.
Wood Ink. u in exchange tor pictures to
any amount, until S. pi 1st, 't)H.
Inquire over A V. Paten' ROOfO.
Ilcst facilities for enlarging pictures to
any size ami a superior quality of work
Chas. linker bus leased the Hakc r house
from Mrs. Hakcr and purchased the hui
, nesH. All bills previous to Aug. 15 arc pay
j able by anil to Mrs. Baker.
The city tax is uow in my hands for col
lection. All delinquent taxes and stn e t ns
sossiueuts must be piid Immediately, and if
not nuid on or before Nov. 1, 1HHS, th. v
will be collected by due process of law. He
prompt and save costs. H.J. Day,
City Marshal mid Tax Collector.
Mr Geo F I 'raw has the role aueney for all
I brand, of th celebrated Tauail Punch Cigars.
McClung I Johnson,
Sols Agents HjrZngcn. City,
THE JTJoTLX VUUM1W
GOLD AND SILVER SHIR 1 S.
VV' u. ...II the old ! ;'
nd can mil you anything mat Ju waut to eat
Off -i -if.
Cliraper Than the Cheapest
Y (Troyal fJSo.i Jj
rv-"- "' " "''r
II As npKNEli A SHOP
11 Street "ois-ite the Star liake
he i. ratrel to da all kiti.U of wor
D jo t Believe It
A Ur- t,K?k of Fio Clotha on hand for
euj mm to Mrleet from.
R'tirins and e aim, done promotly
arti. lurmotr I.
Kagaoa, Nov. 6, 198S. tf
When told tUt F. M. Wilkins. tb? draggist,
:. .iiin.. Tluli Robrrtiue' for the
l, mi. m "o . . , ,,.
: complexion, tbe moat elegant and only reull)
i ,.r,.irnlloIl oi us n...
r5 . v.nt.ful ...cture card
a -, f
Dr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compound, pur. 1
vegetable, tsmitively curea rheumatism. u u
rlgi, toothache, sub headache, cramp Ml
ic, cholera morbui, complaints Mfflat
'..,le cold or coasb. hivee, chills aud f.
I Ilia uowVr neve, varies. A man el of pur
t . .tr. fc,tb and wio,tn''n.. More ae"
uomitwl than the ,,r in .rv kind, andeennot l
i -.Id in cni!.tili a. ith the multitude of low
; world, and giving
ver, pa e
around the heart, erysipelas, h,,r wril,t!i m or p..-phte pn.e .
0 II Tatuii. s d -t.lv in - llolM. Hum PoanCH
Sold by Oaburn Co, dnpeU.
Co., 106 Well IM., N. Y.
Dyspepsi i is dreadful Disordered liver
is misciy. Indigestion is a f. lo gnod na
ture. The human digestive apparatus is one
of the most complicated Mo wonderful
things in existence. It ia easily put out ol
order. Greasy (.Hid, tou h food, aloppy
food, bad cookery, menial worry, late hours,
irregular habits, ami many other things that
ought not lo be, have made the American
peopl" n nation of dyspeptics Hut Green'H
August Flower has done a wonderful work in
reforming thia business and making the
American people ho healthy that they can
enjoy their meals and be happy. Remem
ber: No happiness without li.alth. Hut
Green's August Flower brings health and
happiness to the dyspeptic. Ask your drug
gist for a bottle. Seventy-five cents.
The young man with his best gl-1, the old
man and woman, the farmer and laho er, when
llie V come to town to Kugeue to purcham
..-id-, .i.1iil.l nol delay but pnsieed at once to
' rri.-ndly s store, where U kept a large stock of
mane, Ihvs iin.1 children clothing, ladles
I KOOlte, fancy articles, hats, caps, IssiU
ami -lines, c,irieta, etc.
Tatk SntiMOe, Tenn., July 4, 1888.
The 1 ilt ' pecMeCo.. Atlanta, Ga.:
Otri i the -pnnfj of 1871, while v. or kin
in the held at my home in Morgan county,
Ga., I nulled '..ft my shoes to rive my feet a
rest. Li .rtuna'cly, 1 walked into a clump
of p ilvin oak, and in a few (lays my feet
weic m a terrible cond:tion, and 1 could not
put on a shoe because of th- soreness and
swelling. I was treated as poivin oak cases
usually :irc, and everything vas healed up.
About the same time the followin" spring,
1872, my feet bc imc sore again, M at first,
and every succeeding spring for five years
brought Ml k the same com . 1; ion of the dis
ease, o:. ly each time it became more dis
tressing, because 1 began to think it was a
lifetime tumble. Finally, I was induced to
try Swift's Specific. 1 took six bottles, and
to-day am entirely well. My improvement
was gradual from the f rst, and no evidence
of the 'i ease remains. I shall take pleas
ure ia testifying as to its curative proper,
ti: . It the greatest blord purifier in ex
1 . Y :rs truly, J. L. Moigak.
The f.treoing certificateis taken at
random fro thousands of letters in posses
sion of tlic .-wift Specific Co., and presented
limply as a 'amfle. It is a voluntary
statement, giving facts and results of the
case. Its accuracy and genuineness are
Devon ! qtiet;on.
A valuable Trea'ise on Blood SUn
Diseases nulled free. Address
THE SAVlFi Si.XIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3 Atlaau, Go,
fne Whisky mi Untaxed Tobacco.
From the Daily On gou an, Nov. 27, If!.
Siiiiultain oU'V in many quarters since the
elections the discovery has b. en m ule by
many wiseacres that the country is opprese-
IVelv tilled all. I that the r.CeUt V. tlllel of
I he p. opli at th.- ballot box i a judgui.-nt
against III.-iiil.-iual revenue system Siuce
Ih-ie la ffttllt lell ut the IttteiBal r.veliue
s)t- in but the taxes .11 liquors and tobacco,
II must follow th. retoi. thai the p.-opl- have
risen 111 all iht. might of th. ir iighteouv
wrath to deinaud pohiical and imnul reform
through the ageury . I tree whisky and uu
taxetl tobacco, ami lhat the Uew milleuium
is to be Ushered iu by relieving llie people
of the "oppressions' 1 bey endure through
goVemnn utal iuterlerenco with the sacred
rights ol each ludividual lo consume these
"necessaries" without paMiig taxes, though
everything else be loaded with all the taxa
tion it u ill boar We can't get atigar, tior
salt, nor coal, uor shins, nor blankets, nor
shoes, uor tools without paying taxes on the
same, either directly or indirectly, but what
of that These ate things people, can do
Hut we lake leave to question the geuu
iueuess ol this alltgtd moral uprising in la
vur of free whisky and t ma-vo. The allega
tion Is Ui.r. ly a th vie. ol I he tUffl llie plo
tMtionista 0 preVchl any iiilerleiene. ilh
the gnat protits which llie pi. sent lanlf ae
cures to them. The taxes 011 whisky ami
tobacco are not a burden ou anybody. Re
peal them, and. aud the uiauul ictureia will
only make ao uiucli the more out ot a busi
ness whn h uow gites tin 111 immense pronla.
Rt poal tin m, and the price ol the articles
will uot bu reduced to consumers; or, if re
peal should reduce the price, It would only
lucrease consumption, and tlwreby do ao
much tin- more haim
New Jfort t'i:y registration shows a great
iiici-. as. (i voters. The Siar s.ys of the
He, oud day' n klwiatlrnii
Th" regisliitti 111 y. slenlay showed a heavy
loci is. ov r the second day of registration
ill HN, ns it did ll flist day of llie present
year over tho first dwj lour y ars ago.
The total iiiiinlier of voters who registered
yesterday exceeded by over 19,000 the mdv
tier registered on the corresponding day in
IKHI, which, with the increase of -.v.. .n ou
the tlrsl day. makes a total of more thau
3;l,(MKI increase for the two days.
This means mi excessively heavy n gistra
tion for the year, .lodging by Ihf rate of
increase to date, the total will probably
reach the ewrmoul figure 1.1 VTU.OOO, which
will iusiiro the casting ol alaiul a tpiarler of
a million ballots in this city on election
Democrats were jubilant last night, and
in nil quarters it was (ill I v predict! d that
the increased rt gi-lrntion mi-Hut a sweeping
victory tor Cleveland, Thiliiniiu and Hill.
Repulilicnns tried to Ihi ih.erful, too, but
their crtortH were failures The news of the
increase was not at all welcome to (hem, as
for them it could only muni defeat.
H- brew Standard.
Two-third ol the war ih hi is liquidated,
bin the maobinery for employing th.- tax
Batterer ia Mill In operation. The empet
I.Hgg 1 had to relinquish his occupation, but
the monopolist is us busy .sever to gather
in ll,.. ..It. -If.-!., u hieh Ih.. tl-itr ti.llif lloW
call, il prolectioii 1 oil!, mid duilled upon as
- ... ..-! ... 1.. .1.1. . .1. 1 .. -
tt lll.'SSIIIK 01 course. Ill mill .lis,.ii-i'- n.-
fords them. Hut nn honest, courageou
I'resi.leiit shows the iniiiuitv of eollectiiiu
taxes m in. I. are longer needed.
Maiiv maiiuluctiirers in the east are seek
ing lo intimidate heir employes by deliver
ing to them on Saturday evening their pay
for the week contained in envelopes
on whioh Is printed Ibreata of
lower wages or diHclmrge if Cleve
land is re-elected. At Hiidgeport, Conn.,
a workman gave a Democratic speaker his
envelope iu which he had received the mu
nificent sum of 14.40 for a week's work.
The speaker made Use of it, and the next
day the laborer wiih discharged.
To the memory of Sister BUM Griffin,
wife of Robt Griffin of Cottage Grove, Ot.,
died Oct 20, 18NM, aged 45 years, M umntba
and 20 days. She leaves a busbaud and
eleven children to mourn their loss. Sister
Griffin was a member of tbe Daughters of
Rebecca of the I. 0. O. F. She was a kind
ami affectionate wife, a devoted mother aud
an exemplary christian, who gained the con
fidence and esteem of all with whom she was
associated. She was dangerously ill hut a
few days, yet she was found with tbe armor
on, a firm disciple of the Lord, and is with
out doubt restiug with biiu iu the paradise
Whkbeas, In the mysterious dispensation
of Divine Providence Klizs A. Gntfin has
been r.mov.d from our midst
Resolved, That we bow in submission to
our Heavenly Father who do. th all things
&atol red, That we ext.nd our heartfelt
sympathy to the husband in Ibis his hour of
de. pest gii. f aud lo the children bereft of a
good (bfftatwn mother,
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
bt sent to the family of tbe deceased, also to
th.- GrjtaD and jnsVBal for publication.
A 11. ne t hi,
Mtis. D K Chislks, I
Mus bnu Htni KK
MHS F. AliIhToN,
II mat THoXtraoN.
Why ye- T-T. a-T. We ask you la uote
thai we earn the kteaael and hesi stock of
T( a - nith of Portland. We buy direct from
lb. importer. We allow yon loser, Haff Off
MmB what yon buy , Off will give m a sam
ple U let von find ..lit just what kind you
want Allfitvorileai.il lile-l brai-da alwaya
in stock. Prieef to suit tbe times Irom 25
cts up. We also have a fl 11 .ud fresh stock
of groceries etc.
Pcmc T Co.
Superior Cook Stove.
EcoistCi t, Oa.Stpt. 14. 18.
This rvrtia thai I hve u Sapefiol Cook
Slot, h .1 I have ns.. I for lea years, aud
that il h . nev.-r cost me tvnl for repairs,
the fire Uck is in giasl . outlitiou yet ami Ibe
slot.- is d'-iug K -I rk.
Mkltiu a Taylor,
For s..le by L mbert k U u lei son.
J with every bottle.