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oeTABLIMIEII m THE DIHE1I WIM OP DEMOCRATIC PKhilirLES. lD TO El R.N N nOHmiTIH BY THE SWEAT OP 11 R BROW
EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1889.
5Uf tfuflrne Tlty Guard.
(POBUSBB) EVERY SATURDAY.)
L U CAMPBELL,
pallia nd P'OP'lor.
..vprOE Ou tin East side ( Willamette
street, betweeu Seventh and Eighth Street..
;UMS tK SUBSC'RIITION.
KA.TKS OB ADVKKTIHINO.
,lvertieinouts inserted ae follow.:
Que square. ten line1 rlif oninert""'.3;
Htb ulaaHiuent insertion $1. Ush raUll
meaUadvertiHora will be oharKe.1 at the ol-
SBW.Vi.V.V.V.V" 12 oo
nsient notices in local column, 20 cents
litie iof eaeh insertion.
.UertiHinif billa will be rendered (iiarterly.
ll jb work inust be MB KOH ON DtUTBT.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
..,11,1, PRACTICE IN THE (' H'KTS
of tbe Second Judicial District and in
Eiopwm Ooort of thh State.
Sue ial attention given to collections and
pgMtrs in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
bcqsnb orry, oregox.
rat vi TICKS tS ALL TUB COURTS OF
this State. Will give special attention
l collections and probate matters.
(nWE'-Over Hendriclt ft Eukiii's bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
iK.N'IC CITY, -
UJPFIOE Roomi 7 & 8 MoCleren Building.
arSpecisl I'tteutioii given to Collections
iiJ Probsts business.
GEORGE A. DORRIS.
iflOl In Register Block.
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
117ILL PBAOTJOB IN ALL THE
Vf Courts of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, ON
ecting, and probate matters.
Collecting all kinds of claims against the
foiled States Government.
Office in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
Seymour W. Condon,
Eugcnc, - - Oregon.
GEO. M. MILLER,
attorney and Ccunsellor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Ofliee- Lane Co. Hank Building
A. E. GALLAGHEK,
e-UUENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to l'robate business
uJ Abstracts of Title.
OrriCE-Over Lane County Bunk.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Ktsideuce ou Fifth street, where llr Shelton
DRS. PAINE & M DONALD
Physicians & Surgeons,
Special attention paid to Surgery and
Physician, Surgeon and Gynecologist.
(20 Yearn Experience.)
Orrict-Over Brownsville Store, Willam
DR. J. C. GRAY,
Al'f'K E OVE GRANGE STORE ALL
V rk warranted.
"?hing tu administered for painless ex-
Dr. G. W. Biddle,
pi ATE WORK A SPECIALTY. EX
ctiag and Filling executed by tbe Ut--"pr.,ve,l
methods. All work warranted;
experieooe. Omci-Titaj' Block,
1-eTs drug rtorm.
for Infants and Children.
'WM"MupiicrwnTI)reriDttoii I Boar Star, . ' arm o i. Km. lau.m.
.jowntonie.'' IL A. Aacaea. M. D I Kill. Worm, tui lep, aikl proiuow, dl-
UJ So. Oxford Bnoklya, It, WilKut iLjurioui medication.
lax Canrai a rjuarixv. Murray twesH T r.- -
rSttTttiT7v,7n0t'SE-Doy0ustmiIke :Cftiw OokSton as well aswh.nw
Skrvajtt-oii every bit as welt Ma'am.
Skuvant - liiiloed I will Ha'unf "rtli a"1.' 1 wnt t0. llaVB 11 lllc'' dinner tor uV
iriw a!m XbJSJSSSttJSfSSP tr,""1'1? 'ocook nice with thai itove, the
8.. T!L'i,1fl0l;8Brl'y. Jow do you explain It?
STARR, GRIFFIN, & BROWN.
SOLE AGENTS FOR EUGENE.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LARGE STOCK OF
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Our assortment Complete, from the lowest Price up to
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a call.
OUR STOCK IS
KSfFrec lew and Styliflh.jg
Look us over; if we do not save you money, we will make hoiih- one elite
sell to you low.
-A FULL LINE OF
Has just received direct from New
York and Chicago, the argest
and best stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS NO IDLE BOAST,
Phiskians and iHpMli
, c unuoV Rlrvk
Rooms 5 6- M0Ve 1
0.0, hours: 10tolJ.lto5.aaal J to o. ,
F. B. DUNN
Bo"1 Troubles, and Cramp, Colic,
nj Internal or External Pea. Ask j.
ir - gg -
'Hint is to any. your lungs: Also all your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it is. Not only the larger air
passages, but i In- thousands of little .tubes
and cavities l.sdlug from tbun. When
these are clogged and choktsl with matter
which ought not to tie (here, vour lungs can
not do their work. And what they do, they
canuot do wcel. Call it oold, cough, croup,
pueumonia, eatarrh, cou.uuiptiou or any of
the family of throat and nose and head and
lung obstruct iona, all are bad. All ought to
bo got rid of. There iju-l one sure way
to get rid of them. That to take Boa
chee's German Syrup, whu h any druggist
will sell you at 76 wnta a bottle. Eveu if
everything else has (ailed you, you wav di -
pciid upon this for certain.
That i roduces that Wautifully aoft com-.
plexion and leateH do tracea of its applica
tion or iuiurioiis fleet ? The answer, Wis
doiu'a ltobertiiic aeeoniplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladiei of taste and refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet article
tur produced. Warranted harmless ami
uiatchlesa. F. M Wilkins, agent, Fngtiie
APVICF. To MOTHERS.
Mas. WiNsi.ott's SooniiMi Starr, for rhil
.lien teething, it the prescription of one of the
Mai female iiui.es ami phy.ician. in the
United States, and has U-en usetl for forty
vears with never-failing success by millions of
uii.tliers for their chil.lmi. During the pr
ces of teething its value i iiicalculahle. It
lelievra the child from pain, cure, dysentery
and diarrhoea, ndptni in the Is.nels, and wind
colic. By git in.- Iii .lth to the child it rests
the mother. I'ri.-e 2.V a Is.ttle.
That A. Goldsmith has the largest, finest
mid la st stock of Ojicciisware, Crockery and
Glassware ever Iroilght to Eugene. Give
him a call mid lie will prove it to yon.
Combines the juice of the Blue Fig of
California, to laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to lie most lienelicial to the
human ivitem, forming the ON LY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Maim
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
San FaANCitco, Cat.
tocisviLLi, Kv. NswYosa, N.V
AV1NG RECENTLY REFITTED
Old Grauge Store are uttering
Drew Goods, Lulios
and Gents Under
wear, Iioots, Shoes
mid all elasses of
J. L. PAGE,
XX s'.isk "f Staple and Fancy Groceries,
bought in the lt markets
Exausivav for cash,
Can offer the public Ix-tter
prices than any
IN K UGF.Nlv
IVslu of all Irinils taken at market price.
HORN & PAINE,
Fitbiit Tirklt ml HiKriili,
s. um- 'In. Inn. s and rfdlrol
ill KiikU For Hair !
i Repairing d.. In the neatest style and war
Guns Loaned St A
Store oa Wl
Hun; ! Johnson,
Christopher C. Audel is the fathei of the
smallest mite of bnmanlty in New Haven,
au I, in all probability, in the Stale. His
only child is a baby boy that is 17 days old
and weighs two pounds aud the ounces.
The boy is shout 11 inches long, but very
thin. His arm is about twice as thi.k as
the steal of n clay pipe, aud Ilia lingers are
so slender that it is difficult to institute a
comparison. At birth the babe weighed
ouly oue pound ami twelve ounces. Mr.
Audel is a contractor at Mallory, Wheeler ,V
Co's, lock shop, and is u good-sized msu.
His wife is below the average size, hut is a
stroug mid hearty woffiitu.
Tho State Commissioner of Vermont, who
has been investigating the cause of the ag
ricultural depression that has led to the
abandonment of many farms in the Slate,
reports that it is chiefly utltibutnl toll
faot that the farmers there cannot compete
with the west in raising cereals. Potatoes
are uticertain and hay is I crop of doubtful
cash value. The young meii drift to the
cities and to the Wt at and their Is none to
lake their places. The farmers of New
England need a protective tariff against the
fanners of the West.
Victoria C. Woodhull is sending circulars
to this country announcing herself as a can
didate for Presideut of the United States in
IH'ii. Mrs. Woodhull is married lo a rich
English geutlemau mimed John Biildulph
Martin. She ought to be satisfied to have u
nice home and she certainly ought to keep
out of politics. As n citizen of England she
has no right to bo elected President of the
United States. As a matter of tact her sex
dso deprives her of this luxury. Further.
more, llelva A. I.ockivootl has a lien on the
Presidency, and its soou as the constitution
is changed to admit of her taking the chair
she will be unanimously elected -Ex.
Nuuck brothers, the well-known gymnasts,
arrivul in New York from Liverpool recent
ly. Their combined weight is KMlO pounds.
They arc under ng.igemotit to two Bm
ton uiinitgt rs. Thiy hud u hard lime to
g l theie l eruiise there WUA I u beith big
enough to nccommodute them. Eiuil is 7
feet. 11 inches high, and weighs ll'JO pounds,
while Willi, Im is also 7 b et, I. inches and
weighs ISO pounds. They had lo take csb
ins on deel. ; and beds were prepared for
them mi the tlonr.
Who ml vised her pupils lo stretigt)if
their minds by the use in iters Sar
suparilla. appreciated the truth that
bodily health is essential to mental
vigor. For pei'Mins of ilelicute mid feeble
Constitution, m In tin. r vouiig or old, this
Bed Idas, is rcmitrkuhU beniilciiil. Do
lure you gwl Ajei 'a .u suparilla.
" Every spring ami full I take n num.
I r of bottle! ut Aj cr' Bel Mnerlluv and
am greatly benefited." - Mrs. Janet It.
EeMinen, Btoaeheni, Mass
"I ban' taken Acer's Riiisiipnrlll.i
will great benefit lomv eetMMlU healih."
- M,s. 'J hit M L. Ciciui , Pelnij ra, Md.
".M. ilaiutkter. twelve years of age,
has mfleroil !"' "'in -r from
A few weeks since, we begun to give
her Ayer's Suisupaiill' . Her heullh bus
greatly Improved." Mis. Harriet II.
Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass.
"Alsuit a year tfo bi gun using Ayer'a
Fursnpai ilia us a reunily lor debility
and neuralgia rebelling from maliirlal
exposure in tin' army, I was In a very
bud condition, but six hollies of the Hur-
siipiirllla, with oei a ul doses i f Ayer's
1 'ills, have greatly iiiipinvi'i! my health.
I am now able to work, ami feel that 1
cannot sav loo much lor "nir excellent
remedies." - K. A. I'liikhain, South
"My dattlliter, sixteen years old, la
iisiug A vei v BaraaparlHa with good af.
faot. Re v. S. J. (Indium, Culled
Brethii n ( but! Ii, lliii khiiiinon, W. Va.
" I lajfared from
with lame hack and ueedaolMi and have
been linn h benetlteil by Ibe um "f Ayer's
S.o ipanlhi. I inn novt ati yeurs of age,
ami um sattafltd that nil preaaM health
and prolonged life are due to the use of
Ayer's Snrsapnrillu." - Lip y Motlltt,
Klllllifl) . Cotjn.
Mi i Ann II. I'urnsworth, u Duly 70
lean! "ill, Ho. Wooilstoi k, Yt., writes:
"'After several weeks' suffering from
to .ions piiMtrul ioh, I procured a Isittle
ul AyeTS S.irsapurillu, and tMIoN I
bud taken half of it my usual health
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
Prise 1; ill I' ll . -. I" Wroth . Utihk
Boot & Shoe Store
A. HUNT. Prop.
Will Ion after keep a i.oliiplete itoek of
I.iidies' M: -'-' ami Children's SIIOKS.
Clipper:, Whits and Block Sandals,
FINE KID SHOES,
MEN'S AND BOY'S
BOOTS & SHOES
Anil in fact everything in the Bootsnd
Mho line, to which I intend to devote
my especial attention.
MY GOODS ARE FIRST CLASH.
And irnaranle"! as represent!, and will
im ."Id br tU l .w.-t pre - that a K-l
artiel. can Iss aff.ir.led. L IIDNT
Barbbi Shop and Bath Rooms.
Hot and odd Isttbs
always re i, i j during
First door north ol Dunn's new block.
XMBf (iirl Mormons.
New York Time.
The steamship Wyoming of the Guion
line brought to this Hirt yesterday 1 In Mor
mon converts, mostly from Thuringia.
Over half of them were young girls between
the ages of 13 and is years. The entire lot
was grouped in families, and efforts to dis
cover any of them who were without legal or
natural guardians, so tin y could he detained
were of no avail. Superintendent Simpson
of Castle (tajdeii. said, however, tl.it he
was coulidont that many of the elder people
who claimed to bo (he parents of the girls
were not related to them in any way.
heu they came to Castle Garden they
were in charge of an elder, an Englishman,
who nanio could not I... learned, aa ho
.Time as a saloon passenger. Whf II he en
tered Castle Garden he became rather off)
clous, ami was ejected from the Garden by
Superintendent Simpson's order. The en
tire lot, after beiug registered, was taken by
Agent tnbsoti, of the Guion Company, to
the pier of the Old llouiiniou Steamship
Company, wneuce they sailed for Newport
News. From there they will take the cars
to Salt Luke City, and learn what Monuou
ism rtullv is.
All IxptH lllilltl Mllll.
It is almost incredible that Simon Colllus
of Marietta, who has been blind for twenty
seven years, is au ixpert carpet weaver,
makes ami prints paper llour sacks in colors,
doing the punting on a Washington hand
press and with a perfect register, but the
Marietta Tunis vouches for llitit. I hav
known I. on for seven or eicht years, mid
have si i n him fre!ueully on tin' streets ol
his town, cane in haud, walking rapidly
ittitk i ni; all the ins and .mts, going down
into u h.iscineiit or upstairs lo a busiueas
ollice, never milking a mistake and neve
i i , . . . ,
oein;; nun. . your ago ue mime a cano,
from his own design, ami the samu boat
won a race in the regatta upon the SusiU0
haumi at Coliuubia, He is the pah liti s of a
brush handle, make. Halting nets and
caiii seated chairs. His latest triumph Is
the mastery of the type writer. He bought
one some months ago and is now able to
operate it nuii kly and correctly. He is said
to Im. an expert euchre player, hut I cauuut
vouch tor mat, though it is scarcely more
notable than many things already mentioned
which 1 have Known him lo do.--l'hiladel
There is au interesting bit of history about
the matter in which Washington came by
its li mil.-. Washington was not the choice
of tlin early si tilers of the north country
lhe pioneer:, held a convention at Moll
ticollo, ou Ihet'owlllz river, in 1853 . They
wnn teil tc sever relations with Oiegou and
liecouie a Hepaiate territory. They adopted
a memorial to Congress. In that document
they set forth their population, resources
auil an a, ami asked to ho recognized as
territory with the name of Columbia. The
( oiiori'sHiouul coiiimillei', to which the
memorial went, ri ported favorably a bill
ami retained the name of Columbia, But
when tho bill was put upon its passage, i
Kentucky gentleman, Richard 11. Htauton
arose uml moved to substitute Washington
for Columbia. He argued that Coltitu
bus had been horn red by having the
District of Columbia named after him, but no
State or Territory had beeu given the uauio
of tho father of his country. Mr. Stanton's
amcuiliiR'iit went thmugh, and by this
change in February, Mill, Washington Ter
ritory got its nsme which those who were
desirous of having some other, were not
strong euuugh to change .
Rev. Jos. Emery of Klamath Aguncy haa
joined tho conference of the M. E. Churob,
Houth, iu California, and has beeu assigned
to un important charge.
Parents should be careful that their ohil-
dren do not contract colds during the fall
or early winter months. Such colds weak
en the lungs aud air pnssuues, making the
lul l much morn likely to contract other
colds during the winter. It is this siiooeaa-
ion of colds that imiim' cuturrli and bron
chitis or paves the way for consumption.
Should a cold be contracted, lose no time
hut euro it aa iiulckly as possible. A fifty
cent bottlo of Chauiberhiiu's Cougb Remedy
will euro any cold in a few duya and leave
tbe respiratory organs strong uml healthy.
For sale by Osburn &. Co.
Dr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compound, purely
vegetable, positively cures rheumatism, neu
ralgia, toothache, Rich headache, cramp ooi
lo, cholera morbus, complaints peculiar to
females, cold or cough, hirer, t hills and fe
ver, pains aronml the heart, erysipelas,
phthisic. . QmSM TATLoa.
Sold by Osburn A Co. druggists.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
puiity, strength snd wboleaooienau. More
eoonomical than tbe ordinary kinds anil can
not be sold in competition with tbe multi
tude of low test, abort weight, alum or pboe-
phaie powders. Hold only in oaaa. Hoiai.
iixaiao i owuaa tu., tot wait sc., ft. I.
Another disastrous wreck ocetired on the
Southern Paeiflc railroad at Junction, In
Una comity, Friday night, Oct. 18th, which
resulted in the serious injury of the fireman,
Robert Putmaa, aud the derailing of six
cars, the eutire train.
was not properly in nlac.
and as the
traiu approached the station
engine passed the switch in safety.
but the tender Hew off the track and de
railed every car, express and baggage carsf "
anil the first llaePW which plunged agaiust a
car loaded with iroa standing on tbe side
track. MflBlP a
It as ii srftavl;. np involving more loss iu
dollars and cents than has been sunk in au
recent mishap of recent occnrruiuMe. Tito
fireman was tno only person Injured serious
ly It is thought he may recover. He was
caught iu between Ibe engine and tenJer in
some way, and had one leg badly crushed.
He was taken to Portland on tbo north
bound overlaud traiu which reached this
city at 1:30, He was accompanied by his
mother and sister from Brownsville and bis
wife, who came up from Portland, met him
at this city.
While the baggage and express cars wero
knocked out of resemblance to rolling slock.
the first sleeper wita comparatively unscathed.
It occupants were severely shaken snd
were protected from further injury only by
the great strength of the timbers. The
escape of the express messenger was miracu
lous. The track iu the immediate vicinity
of tho wreck was torn up for a considerable
This snushup is the fourth one to happen
between Salem aud Eugene since the 28th
of July. The other three were, one at Al
bany, in which by a misplaced switch En
gineer "Big Jack" aud fireman Guthrie
met death; nuother near Turner caused by a
Hock of sheep; and tho Halsey wreck caused
bjastows obstructing the track, which result
ed in the death of Fireman Billy Ranaome
ami the wounding of Engineer McPaddea
This wreck is supposed to have beeu caused
by the carelussuess of the switch tender.
Kraam PStaaa, died from his injnriea
October flat, at Portland. . His remains
were interred at his old home near Browns
ville. II, leavea a wife, having been
married less than a year.
U. 8. Downing, superintendent of the
peuitentiary, recently filed with the secre
tary of slate bis report for tho quarter end
ing September 30th. The total expendi
tures wero i,3:W.0,ri, and the total earnings
of prison labor and receipt, from rental
property, $0,837. A pay roll of 3iW8.0fl
was included in the expenditures. Daily
average number ol convicts of this ipiarter.
IN, and of quarter eliding June 30, 30o, a
decrease of twelve. Twenty priaouers were
recoived, thirty-two discharged, and three
commuted. Twenty-eight officers and
guard, were required iu the conduct of the
prisou. This uttmber includes bookkeeper.
engineer, physician, teamster, uiehtwatcb,
and shopguards. 01 tho 2!H) prisoners, WO
were employed by contractors, sixty eiuht
II and about penitentiary work, aud 13 were
sick, a god or decrepit.
It is not always safe to bo a judge at an
agricultural fair, us has been proved at
West Union, 0., whore a premium of 915
was awarded for the best loaf of bread.
Nearly every woman in tbe conuty tried to
gain the prize, and tbe first oue to receive
it was t i,i, to be a relative of one of the
judges. 8o new judges were scleoted, and
tbe prizo again awarded. Then tbo un
successful exhibitors declared that the
judges knew nothing abont broad. Tbe
result Is a grand county quarrel, one etv
gagement has beaB declared off, aud thero
is trouble in the homo.
A fam Wosdib.-Friday evsniue.
October 18th, there was born to tbe wife of
John Curtis, of Weston, a alrl babv who
waa eyeless. A correspondent In tbe Pen
dleton Oregonian says the unfortunate little
being is not only sightless, but is disfigured
by having uot even the semblance of eye
belli. Tbe orifice where the eyea should
haveappeartd Ulng tut slightly masked.
I be child is lively and hosltby but the beau
ilea oi this world, or that portion of them
that are couveyed to tbe mind through
retina of the eye must forever retna
waled hook to her.
A new candle has been brought out, which
extinguishes itself in an hour. This it does
by means of a liny extinguisher of tin,
which is fastened in tbe wax by wires, and
which effectually performs its task. It is
only necessary to remove the dituinitive
extinguisher when its work is done, and
the candle la again ready to hum another
Multnom.h county's assessment is about
$33,000,000. This is just about tbe value of
tbe property on First street. Probably tbe
sssessor left Alblna, East Portland and
Sellwoodout. Portland's assessment ought
to be at least IIOO.OOO.OOO. -Astoria Tran
script. For instance, try to buy tbe Oregon
ian for BIO.OOO! -Sunday Welcome.
i. VV. Kinsey, Anfioufr.
When you want vour goods, household
f.irnitnre or land sold at auction, call of
Geo. W. Kinsey, tbe pioneer and most suc
cessful auctioneer in Lane County. He will
attend to all sales on a reasonable com
mission. Change is one of tbe irreaiatable laws ol
nature, and fortunately tbe change is almost
invariably for Ibe better. As an instance of
th is. St. Patrick Pills are fast taking the
plaoe ol the old harsh and violent cathar
tics, becanae they ue milder and produce
a pleasanter effect, besides they are much
more beneficial ia removing morbid matter
frost toe system and preventing ague and
other malarious diaeaees. Aa a cathartic
and liver pill they are almost perfect.
sate oy uaaarn t u.