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KSTABLIMIED FOR THE DISSRllliTION OP DEMI'RATIl' rRlK.IPLER. AND TO BARN IK IIQSBST LIVING II TUB SWEAT OP OCR BROW
EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY. APRIL 27, IBM.
Ifct uW Guard.
I L, CAMPBELL,
,.ubli.her nl Proprietor.
.,, ,) the East aide of Willamette
' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
..in iA'I V
MATBB O ADVKKTIB1NG.
'rt.vertU.r.wlUb.ch.rUt th. W-
lowing rates: h WOO
OM square t,rB' ""'th. ... 00
5!LSraTrttl5; renderl quarterly.
tflToh work b. PA... KOBON l.EUVEKV.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-fit-
,11 1MUCTICE IN THE COURTS
lhl'l a- I Judicial District u.l in
1 ,.I Hie
''sfSXntioa give,, to collection, and
matters in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
KUOKNE CITY, OREGON.
.RAOTIOW IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
P this State. Will give specie attention
tn Elections and probate matters.
OHIO -Over Hendrick fcEakin's bank.
Wasbburne & Woodcock
KU 114X15 CITY, - - - OKKOON
DFFIOB A the Court Home. iv8m3
George a. dorris,
KUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OrricE In Register Block.
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attorney and Ccunsellat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Olllce formerly occupied, by Thompsons
J. E. FENTON,
Mn.ei.1 attention ifiven to Probate business
and Abstracts of Title.
OrricE Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
lUidence on Fifth street, where Or Shelton
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
1AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE orree
yidence when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of the State. .
Special attention given to real estate, col
ecting, and probate matters.
Collecting all 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 DWftRABLE
Farms, Improved and Unimproved town
property for sale, on easy terms.
Property Rented and Bents Collected.
The Insurance Companies I represent are
among the Oldest aud most Reliable, and in
the Prompt and Equitable adjustment of their
oases Sta.ii Second to None.
A share of your patronage is solicited.
Office up suira. over th.Gng.re.IS
DRS. PRENTICE & M DONALD,
Physicians cf Surgeons.
P. U. PRENTICE, M. D. I
Graduate of the Uni- I
J. J. McDOHALD, M. D.
Graduate of the Uni
versity of Penn. and
University "f Cali
Special attention paul
t,, diseases of Women
Throat, Nose acd to
versity of Penn. and
Cinn. Col. of Med. and
Special attention paid
tu diseases of thel.ungs
Stomach, and Kid
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Street opposite the Star Bakery, whe,.
a. is prepared to do all kinds of work offered
ia his Ha. . . .
A large of Tine Cloths no hand fr
esxsaxers to selsct from. ,
Reuairiixk and cleaning doae promi.tly. Sal
la tion guaranteed.
llfSSM. Not. , m tf
for Infants and
"CaatorlaissoveU adapted to children that I
1 recommend itaasuntriaraaanviiMmMiAa I
. J r ' I
1IW.D to Di.
. A Ait-uiK. II. D.. I
111 Be. Ostord St, BroaUyB, M. v
STARR, GRIFFIN, & BROWN.
FumpSp Pip.!, and
JOB WORK done on
tice at reasonable rates.
ING a Specialty.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Our assortment is Complete, from the lowest Price up to
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a call.
Look uh over; if
we do not save you
sell to you low.
A FULL LINE
House in Eugene. Corner 7th and WiL Sts
. -DEALER IN
4 MA T L I CK
Has just received direct from New
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
mil AND WINTER COODS
Ever brought to Eugene.
y -tnruethein Rnieuil-r the place;-1 he ew
LWtS inXM and E.Khtb 8... EoniCty. Oregno.
Caatorla el n OoUe, OoBstlpatlon,
Sour Btom ' larrt en, Eructation.
""T ' . ' " r' 1
e - .n., , ...... M.nA in.Muotea li-
Withoui ujurioui medicaUaa.
Tni OaWfAVI Oastfvjnr, Murray Street, N. Y.
OUR stock is
New and SlylWi-
WB Will IIIRKR KOIlli: MM rinr
F. B. DUNN
NO IDLE BOAST
Dentistry. TleBtlfaofProtperlty.'' Clyaeetole Btoek.
Dr. N. J. Taylor wiab.au lo inform the pro
I pis of Eugene and Lane county (hut ho haa
re-purohaawl his old offlee of Dr. Looney,
I ami is ready lo ulit iid to all cmoa of denlis
irv and dt'ii'tal Htirgery. 11' will lw "1 t"
si'o all hia old fri lids and patioua uud many
in inns, ut Ilia office unalam in tin- crui'i
I room of thr Milli'k
AOVIOK TO U0THBR8,
Mlia. WlNHtov. a South, WO HTIVP, for Mil
ilren teething, i the prescripti",, "f one of the
lie.t female uursss and phyaMaM in the
United States, and has Iwen naed for orty
veara with neier failing succen by millioM of
niothers for their children. During the pro
ceaa of teetitiliK iW value in iin ah nlable. It
relieves the child from pain. eure dysentery
and diarrhoea, giiping in the bowels, ami wiud
colic. Ky giving health to the child it rent,
the mother. Price 25c a laittle.
Mr. C J Smith, traveling aalei-man lo'
Belford, Chirk Co., OMMffo, had the uiis
fortana lO aptma Ilia wrist moat se.crely.
"I was anffering great pain," be aays, "and
my wrist was badly swollen , u U v upplu-a-lloni
of Chunilrlaii,a l'.,iii lUliu relieved
the pain and reduced the swelling in one
night, aud in eoiisuiiieiu'e my work and
liuaitieKS was uot interrupted, for which I
am very grateful. I can recoiiiun lid Chain,
berlaiu'a Pain Halm from personal exper
ience. Sold Dy tiaonri, ,v o.
When a peraon tells von they never bad
snob, a cold in their life take Ih. ir words for
it and advise, then, to use l lunula rlau, a
Cough Keiiiody and ODN. ror OOBgba,
ol.la and linarseneaa it lias no upentnee,
Sold bv Osburn k Co.
Hicb food, and lack of exercise, dining
the wiuter months, cans, a the system to be
come torpid and the blond impure. A dose
or two of St. Patrick'a Tills will cleans,, and
invigorate the aystem, purify the blooil nnd
do more yood tlian a dollar bottle of blood
puiilier Sold by Osburn Co.
A in ron is seldom si. k, when then lum
ula are regular and never well when they are
irregular. Hear this ill mind ami keep your
biiweb regular by an occasional dose of St.
Patrick a Tills. Nihl by tlalmrn t o.
l'-i Oregon Electric Helief for all pain,
internal or external. Aak your druggist for
Oregon Electric lielief. It will help you.
Davis, the tailor, 1ms just received a large
atock of imported ami domestic goods of the
latest Spring and Summer styles. Call and
examine Ilia stock.
That A. Goldsmith haa the largest, finest
and beat stock of yueenaware. Crockery and
Glassware ever brought to Eugene. Give
him a call ami he will prove it tu you.
Pr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compound, purely
vegetable, positively cures rheumatism, neu
ralgia, toothache, auli headache, cramp col
ic, cholera morbus, complaints peculiar to
females, cold or cough, hiver, chills aud le
ver, pains around the heart, erysipelas,
phthisic. Ok mm TaxXOE.
Sold by Osburn & Co, drnugiata.
Give Them it Ghraeel
That is to any, your lunga: Also nil your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it is. Not only the larger air
passages, 'but the thousands of little tubeB
und Mtvities leading from them. When
these are clogged and choked with matter
which ought uot to be there, your ltinga can
not do their work And what they do, they
canuot do wcel. Call it cold, cough, cronp,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any of
the familv of throat and nose and head and
lung obstructions, all are bad. All ought to
he got rid of. There is just one sure way
to get rid of them. That is to lake Hob
chec's German Syrup, which any druggist
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Eveu if
everything else haa failed you, you may de
pend upon Ibis for certain.
A Pleasing Sense of Health and
Strength Renewed, and of
liase and Comfort
Follows thousnof Syrup of Eigs, a, it acts
gently on th '
Kidneys, Liveh and B6wrls
Ell'uctually Cleansing the System win u
Custivu or Bilious, Dispelling
( olds, Headaches and Fevers
ami sirmanently curing
without weakening or irritating the organs
on which it acta.
Far Hale In SOe mi.l mi .no 11., Hie. Iij all
HAfcrAtTCSKt ' ' I.T ST TDK
0ALIF0ENIA FIG 8YEUP CO.
Sax FiAmnco, Cau,
Locumui. Kr.. Nr.w Yosa. N. Y
J. L, PAGE,
TTAVLVG A J.AIlliK AND CuMI'I.KTE
XX stk of Staple and Fancy Groceries, '
Isiught in the lst markets
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
Can offer the public better prices than any
Pnatnus of all Vin.ls taken at market price.
Field, Vegetable and Flower Seedi.
sTHee and I'-mltry Supplies. Garden TaU,
Psrtillnrs. Ktc ' , ,
H Second St, l-tweea Salnem and Tayr
I Pom a.D, Or axrSend for our Catalogue
The anthracite coal trade is stagnant and
efforts are la-ing made to cut down produc
tion atill more. The output thus far th's
year hsa to eu I.302.3IU tons, agaiust, against
4,753.628 last year; but 2tl,lKH min.ra of
the Heading systems, and from Itn.tsK) to
4(1,000 iu all, 're ai, to be idle for the past
teu weeks, with much suffering, while
the accumulation of coal at Port Hich
tnond ia represented as greater than at auy
oth. r time for thirty ears.-K. G. Dun's
Latest reports show that several thousand
more miiicra have bceu laid off, and that
tl,oe who are workini! are getting onlv H0
to $15 per mouth. At Tall BitMi Masaa
busetts, IS.ikki weavers and spinners are
out on a ainke for higher wages. lhey
claim they get loa-er wages and work more
bonis than the cotton mill employees of
England, a statement which is corroborated
by the report of .las. Q, Blaine, Secretary
of State, on "The Cotton Trade of the
World." issued in 1SSI, just after an elec
tion, whin the dnpea h id voted. The strike
will prove U ffectinl, and will only benefit
the mill owners by increasing the price
of cotton goods.
Since Hariison s electiou iron mills have
been failing thick ami fast. The Heading
Iron Co , the largest in America, haa gone
to the wall, the manager saying that the
MWaMil tar, IV ,s the cause.
We patiently wuit for prospeiily.
John IfcAliMtr, the i:l yc.ir old lad who ia
said to be tiling with consumption in the
penitentiary at Salem, ia the youngest con
vict ever in that institution. He was aeu
teuced for life from Jackaou county for
uiiirdeiiug bis father, and it is thought that
it will uot take many years for him to serve
out his sentence.
In the famous Jones county, Iowa, calf
ciiho, which haa been ill court aince IN I, a
di eision has Ih'cii handed down against de
fendants for $1,1,00 and costs, which amount
to 93.5(H). Appeal was taken and the (our
calves promise to cost $20,000 before the
case is emled.
The highest cash price
rheat bv K II. Dunn
will be paid for
iidiiilred bv all. Among
.null may best bo de)M to
lieaiilv ia the daily
iim "i Ayei'a Hair
S'igor. No matter
what the color of
the hair, this piepa
ration glvaa it a lus
tre ami pliancy that
adds greatly to Its
harm. Should the
hair he thin, harsh,
dry, or turning gray,
Ayer'a llnlr Vigor
will restore the
color, bring out a
new growth, and
rem In the old soft and shiny. For
keeping tbo scalp clean, cool, and
healthy, there Is uo hotter preparation
in , he market.
" I am free to confess that a trial of
Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced mo
that it is a genuine article. Its use haa
DO) only caused the hair of my wife aud
daughter to be
Abundant and Glossy,
but it has given my rather stunted minx.
lache a respectable length and appear
ance "-K. Hritton, Oakland, Ohio.
"My hair was coming out (without
nny assistance from my wife, either).
I triad Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only
one Isittle, and I now have as lino a
head of hait as any one could wish for."
-It. T SobtnlttOU, Dickson, Ttinn.
" I have used Avnr's Hair Vigor in my
familv for a number of years, and re
nril ,t as the best hair preparation I
know of. It keeps tin, scalp clean, the
hair soft ami lively, and preserves tho
original color. My wife has used It for
a long time with most satisfactory re
Milta " Benjamin M. Johnson, fsT. D.
Thomas Hill, Mo.
" Mv hair was becoming harsh nnd dry,
bill after using half a bottle of Acer's
Hair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I
cannot express the Jov and gratitude I
.I " - Mabel (' Hardy, Delavan, III.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayer U Co., Lowall, Maw
Sold by Druggists and Perfumers.
M;uki:k bUil women
MS BARKER. Expert Gun
Smith Stock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand.
II I.I M - - - OHM. ON
Sdffc Shop and Bath Rooms,
Hot and cold bath
always ready during
"irst door north of Dunn's new block.
. tUorney at-Law,
KUGKXK CITY. OltKGON.
On-irr CnaUirs in lU-si.ter lihick, firt
dassf I., the lelt.
Will do a ir.neral law practice in all th i
OirU of the Sute. All business promptly at ,
Dr. G. W. Biddle,
ji. Tr. WORK A BPKCLiLTY. OL
X MSMtMM ass Killing eieouUd by the lat
r: i.i .-I .rlti.elh.sU All rk warrs'teo;
!( years experience. Orrif E l itu.1 lilock,
! n.er Lnckev. driw store.
the tin, -
1 H' t7iO
El'oknk, April II, IRStl.
A party advertising in the OOaJD) says he
bclievea his Clydesdale horses to be tho only
puro bred in Eugene, his authority being
the Americau Clydesdale Stud Hook. He
t .ink. be knows this Ivcanse his are regis
tered and mine are not; till- does uot make
his auy purer bred than miue, for the reason
that the ari nt stock of mv horses waa
brought from Scotland in 1871, 7 yra. laifore
the regiatralioti of Clyde stock begau. I
claim that the two Clydesdales, ltrutus aud
Hector, aro as pine bred as any iu Oregon.
The sire of Brutus was bought iu Scotland
by S. G- Heed of Portland in 171, waa bred
by Mr. In II of Woodbouse, aud sold as a
pure bred Clydesdale. He also bought
Kittle l'istier a mare that was winner of tour
Itist premiums in Scotland with other full
blood in .res at the MM time and h bred
from them ever since. Old Emperor, the
nist full blot.d Clyde brought lo Oregon,
and the eipial of any ever brought here was
not registered. Glctnlg, another pure bred,
bought by Major brace of lleutoti at the
Ceuicuuial, aud many others were uot reg
istered because it waa before the day of leg
istertug. I will stand by thu merits of
llruliia aa a pure bred by hia breeding that
he will breed aa uniform colts as auy Clydes
dale horse in Oregon. Mr. I.add says he
will show live mares of Ilia get, against any
five iu the state. His sou, King Fergus,
was awarded the lirst preuiaim at tbo Port
laud fat stock show over all draft horses uml
live of them were just imported from the
States. 1 will exhibit Uve of his sucking
colls, with Uve of yours, aud give you the
privilege to choose them from your three
Clydes Ibis spring, and uet if you wish,
null leave it to the public to judge which
shows tbo fuirest brood. Or 1 am tiling to
compete iigaiiist four year old Nelson with
throu year old Hector at the uext state fair,
thus giving you otic year's advantage in ago.
Hector I sal all at the atato fair in the two
year old class last fall.
Lived On) His Mfe Quickly.
Brat) Vrooman nr. nil) ditd at Oakland,
California; dropped dead ill fact. Drought,
at only eight yearn of age, from Michigan
ncroaa the continent, he landed on a farm
iu Yamhill Oo, Ortgoii, where ho worked
iu thu summer aud in tho wiuter went to
school; a laty iu a wayside inn at ten; team
ster at thirteen, cattle-driver at fourteen;
milk seller at tlftueu; miner nt sixteen;
blacksmith from seventeen to Incuty-two
giadnatc of a business college at tweuty-
tlnee: blacksmith again and student from
Umt lour to twenty si vi n; cjvil eugtueer
at twentj-eight; lire engineer at twenty-nine.
attorney at thirty; deputy district attorney
four daya after In on; admitted to practice.
leputy city attorney our m nit., later,
lie ted citv attorney at thirty-two, district
attonWI at thirty three, resigning at thirty
Hve, attorney for important corporations at
thirty-seven, state senator iu ( alifurnia at
thirty-eight, re-eh eted at forty-two, the rec
Ognllsd loader o( Ml party, unking a United
states senator, receiving thu compllinentary
trot, ol hia party at forty-three aud dead at
lie worked for fame and wealth ; work al
ighti en hoiira a day; now hn is doad; his
eira get a million dollars.
There is a moral in the result; get into it
If you have time.
Salem Journal, 17th inat: Thu Champion
left (or Harrisburg this morning, and she
will continue to make trips as long as the
river i navigable at that point. There ia
now stored at or mar llarriabiirg 1)0,000
bOahala ol wheat, which ia impossible to be
iblpptd OtbWWsN than by the river. There
is also Ul.tllX) bushels of oats at the same
nlaee. The owners ol the wheat will lose
considerable on the spoculaltou, as they
bought it last fall at Koventy-aevon cents.
which price will hardly no reached again
Cheney, W. T., was swept by a disastrous
Are on tho 15th Inst, The loss reached (70,
null. Half of tho business purl of the town
was destroved. The lire ia supposed to have
been of an incendiary origin, and the tire
annaratiia had been tampered will,, wooden
nliiirs having been inserted in tun uose
which caused a delay of an hour on thu part
of the nretuen.
Geo. W. KIiim'j, Aiicliiiicer.
When you want your goods, ho. s -hold
furniture or land sold at miction, call ol
Geo. W Kiusev. tho nioneer and most sm
ee. tnl auctioneer in Lane Couuty. He will
attend to all sales on a reasonable com
What It II?
That produces that beautifully soft, mo
.ilexioli and leaves no truces of its spplice
ii,,n r iniurinus effects? The answer, Wis
dom's HolHTtimi accomplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste aud refine
ment tn he the must delightful toilet article
ever iinidiiced. Warranted harmless and
matchless. V. M, Wilkina, agent, Eugene
This powder never varies. A marvel of
polity, strength snd wbolesonieness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds and can
not be mid in competition with the multi
tode of low teat, short weight, alum or phos.
h. ixiwdrrs. Hold oulv IU csus. KoVAl.
taiHo fowiHis t o., imi xvau di., jx. a.
William S. I.tuld.
A correspondent of the East Oregonian
has the following interesting description of
Mr. W. S. Ladd:
Speaking of Ladd, reminds mc of passing
that gentleman's residouco the other evening
ist as the old man waa entering. His Car
riage hailed iu the rear of his residence. A
body servant, who sits bosido the driver,
alighlod, assisted his charge to the ground
aud placed a pair of crutches uuder his arms.
Slowly the old cripple dragged himself
arouud to the front slops of his mansion.
Kvery move seemed to cause him pain. Hit
(ace gave uumistakable signs of suffering.
When bo Dually reached tho loot of the steps
leading to tho front doors, the servant
brought him a wooden Irame resomhliog a
coutrivance sometimes used to teach babies
to walk. This was put over hia bead and
the ascent was made by placing the frame
on the stopa and crawling up while his body
was supported by the arms, tho frame being
raised as esch step was reached. When at
the top his crutches wore again handed to
him, the great double doors swuug upon
their hinges, and the old millionaire disap
peared. 1 stood there iu front of that beau
tiful place aud commenced to think and say
to myself: "That man is worth millions of
mouev and I am n poor aou-of-a-gnn.
There's mv faithlul, hard-working little wife
toasting herself over the kitchen stove pre
paring our frugal meal; there are three chub-
iiy Utile urcliius wltn tier, ami we aru an
poor. For their sakes, how I would like) to
tie rich How I wnuld dress them; bow I
would feeil tin in, how happy I would make
them' ' Thou 1 thought in another direc
lion and I says to myself: "Well, Mr.
I .add, you may have your great houses, aud
rvanls ami carriages; you may uavu your
great acres ami herds; yon may nave your
notes aud nioilgagea ami alocka ami ooiias;
you may have your tons of gold and silver.
I'd rather be myaelf, just aa I am, souud in
body aud niiud and limb, with six bits in
my pockets, thau to have all of your rust
wealth ami lie compeiiKi it) mac wiui n your
Hor old, parnhzed worthless ligs.' This
man is at ins prlvatl desk in Hie back of his
baiik -Ladd k Tiltou's bank belongs to W.
S. Ladd; there is uu Tilton couuecied with it
now from 10 a. in to 6 p. tu. Kvery tuorii
mg from 'J lo 10 o'clock ho is driven around
the town, aud is generally accompanied by
his two little graudehildieii. He invariably
arrlos iu his bauds a iiiiiuln r ol sheets ol
Ll.L - 1 . . . .
paper, upon wnicu a lucumrauuu oi mini is
to bo attended to la-fore enteriug the ofiico
aru written. He often drives mto tbo coun
try lo look at his farms aud thoroughbred
stock, on which occasions his favorite vehicle
seeuia to be u very ordinary two-seated
luick-board He takes his iinirmug drive in
an open barouche, and is invariably accom
panied Iiy a pair ol cruiciiea ami a oony ser
vant, ami ulwaja drives Hue large nurses.
The greater part of his time at the otnee ia
takeu up in listening lo schemes and propo-
itious of people who want money, tie, Hears
nothing, sees uothlugt and kuows nothing
ut liguies, motn y ami lutcro-l. lie haa a
very poor pair of lrg, but a remarkable good
head for business His fortuue is estimated
at from $5,000,1100 to SHO.OIKI.OOO. HIS
blest sou, W. M. Ladd, ia a chip off tho old
A TtlTtble Accident.
Mouday, April 15th, word was brought to
this city from Jones A Co. 's mill, that a
young man by thu name of Ivcu Powell had
been killed while oiling the machinery pre
paratory lo the day's work. Mr. Powell waa
a young man alamt years ol age, nts
pareuts liviug near l'eudleton, this state.
Ho has been iu the employ of Jones k Co.
siuce last October. It seems that Powell's
btisiuess iu the motuiug was to oil tbo ma
lum, rv before starttug, but being a little
late the engine had been started aud the
saws were goiug at thu rale of fifty revolu
tions a minute and he, without aloppiug the
saw attempted to oil the beaiings by crawl
ing between the saw anil frame WDlcn were
separated bv alamt twenty inches. The saw
caught his coat near the shoulder aud drag
id tbe arm to tbo saw snipping it clean ol
iesh; this brought his body dowu and the
saw caught bun oil thu neck, cutting the
jugular vein aud throwing him across the
curriage. I he only words u spoke were
My t ....I. Iwo men attempted to lioiii
the jugular vein together with their fingers,
but be bled to deuth iu tweuty miuutes. He
was unconscious sll the time. The mill waa
hut dowu and a messenger despatched to
this city. His folks (fata teh graphed and
everything uecosaary attended to. Ills death
was caused by bis owu carelessuess it ap
pears, as last Friday he oiled the uiacbiuery
in the sunn, manner and 1,1s pain s leg was
caught iu the saw, hut before any serious
accident happened bis leg was pulled away
oy a fellow laborer.
Only three teeth of the suw showed signs
of being in coutaet with llosb, aud they are
about equally distributed urouiid the eir
oumfereucu ol the saw.- McMiuuvillu Tele
Laying- and Hutching-.
All other game birds iu Oregon put to
gether have nut attracted tho attention of
the pres., and people during tbe past two
years, like the Mongolian pheasant. It U
about tbe only bird protected by law twelve
rnuulhs during the year, and perhaps the
only law violated every day in tbe cat udar.
True, these buds multiply very rsptdly,
despite the fact that thousands have been
killed iu Uektou county alone the past year,
but wo call the atlvution of sportsmen lo this
point suit appeal to their owu judgment and
couiiuou s. iis. as to their enforcing tbe law
at Mm scaaou. These birds are at present
laying tbeir eggs sttd hutel ing their young,
and perhaps one shot wuuid spoil a good
day 'a sport in tbe future. Don't do it. Give
Hi ' in a chance tu raise their young brood
sod Iheu if you are determined to violate
the law you will at leaat have tbe satisfac
tioo of knowing you used soinu decency
about it. Hut some will say we only shoot
roosters. Th.it is no exense. If you are
under the delusion that tbe male birda are
only for ornament, yon ought not to be
sl owed to bundle n gnu for lack of common
seuse. Corvailia Tunas.
When Mr. Harrison waa told that the lour
ites, Chicago, St. Louis, Leavenworth and
Ciuciuuati, bad all gone Democratic, he re
marked thai be waa not surprised; all the
leading Republicans wore in Wsshington
Why yesT-Tea-T. We ask you to not
that we carry the largest and best Btoek ol
Tea south of Portland. We buy direct from
Wo allow y
to we, tattt or
mdf what you buy
or will give yoa a
just what kiud you
tried brands always
want. All favurite and
in atock. Prices to suit the times from
ts up We also have a lull ami
of groceries etc
Pactric Tai Co.