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MTaBLIMBII Ul Til 0IMEII1JTI0J OF DIJOCUTIC PKt.HClPLKS. MD TP III) 11 H0UITMYU6 IT TS1IWE1T OF QCK BROW
EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1890.
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git tfuflnw City Guard.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
L L CAMPBELL,
pnblUber and Proprietor.
vl7ICE-OntheEa.t lle of Willamette
Sev.Jith and Eihth 8tw"ta-
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
,. wnum 125
.Six Months. . 75
00 B OML.
KVrK8 OF ADVKKTI8INQ.
tottalStUait will be charged at the o
ISKtMita oulumn- 20 oento
iu. for each insertion.
.rtUiW W1U wiU be render! quarterly.
All lob work muit be ram roB oh mu.lv.BT.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
.,ttlL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Secoud Judicial District- and in
k.Juoreme Court of this State-
aj2S attention given to collection, and
patters in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor' at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
thU Stole. WU1 give epeciia atteuUon
to cellecUoM and probate matters.
0rric- -Over Hendriclt & Eakin's bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
KUciENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE-Roome 78 McClaren Building.
Special attention given to Collections
and Probate buiinew.
GEORGE A. DORRIS,
KUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
Orri-In Register Block.
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
A.TTO UN Ky-A.T-X.AW
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
t'curUnf the State. . ,
. . .i ..i ...... n raal nutate, col-
Special aweniiuu k
$1SSTlm against the
United Statee Government
Office in Walton'i bnck-roome 7 and 8.
Seymour W. Condon,
Eugene, - - Oregon.
GEO. M. MILLER,
attorney and Ccunsellar-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
KUUENE CITY, - OREGON.
Oil lee-Lane Co. Bank Building.
ER. SiaP WORTH,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Orrici-Up-stalrs In Register Block, 6rst
door to the left
Will do a general law practice In all the
CourU of the State. All business promptly at
A. E. GALLAGHER,
HUGKVB CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to TrobaU business
and Abetracti of Title.
Omci Over Lane County Bank.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street,, where 1 Shelton
Physician & Surgeon,
Special attention paid to Surgery and
t'hronio diseases. .
Physician, Surgeon and Gynecologist.
(2G Yean Experience.)
Omci-Ofer BrowMTille Store, Willam
EUGENE, - - OREGON.
DR. J. 0. GRAY,
OFFICE OVE GRANGE STORE. ALL
work warranted. , ,
laughing Ce admwMered for PjbUi "
traction of UeU.
-BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
Ik M Select Stock kill tl Portland
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
J. W. CHERRY is still carrying
a full line of these celebrated goods,
also a full line of
HATS, CAPS AND GENTS FUR
Sold at the Lowest Prices. Re
member the stand, Walton's Block.
BE SUEE N
Yon don't buy a Dollars worth of DRY
GOODS until you have seen J. D. MAT
LOCK'S stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
DRESS GOODS, PARASOLS, SILKS, VELNETS, NOTIONS,
RIBltONS, LINENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES. HOSIERY,
WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, WOOLENS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
GINGHAMS, SATEENS, POINTS, DOMESTIC, COTTONS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.
J. 3F1. JELttAJSOL,
UNDERTAKER. A bran new First-Class Hearse
One of the Finest in the State.
A Fini Link or
AND ALL KINDS Of
. Constantly on hand.
Store corner Willamette and 7th Streets
hi Known Grocer in mm
Has a LARGER stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden aixl Willow Ware than ever before.
Tays Highest CAMI price for Country Produce, Fnm, Skins,
Hides Wool, Tallow, &c.
Orders filled promptly, with the greatest care.
I DON'T BOAST PRICES.
All Goods sold as Cheap as anyone in Eugene.
Call and be corteously treated.
A. GOLDSMITH ,
Pay & Henderson,
House in Eugene. Comer 7th and Wil. SU
MMMMmm mm mmmmm.
Itlttlt II 1ECX
Also Dkalib in
Which art offered at the
The onljr remrslr knowo which will
Stlmulata the Kutritlie Processes of tit
' fly Oil. Mluml'nnil ilmlc mraiuh quk'kljr
.nil ponneneiit'jr I KK All rriu ot
yiprp.lu, ron.fljMttloii, Mrntnl mid
Jsrrrou. KxhauallMi, (l.neral Drhllily,
Ilr.ln Fee, or tny hii.lid or weak
ened condition of the ly.teni, from whU
r oa, 8kln Kniptlona, llolls, llun
nlng Bores, Rrrorula, and all lMwe of
the Wood, Stomach, Liver and Kidney.
91.00. SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00.
Ir. nilWiM pane book, diwrrltitlre of riT
dn.tlnv iuilnrniiveaud hit ultar IUuivUim,
tut free by uuiU,
HILLIR DRUG CO., San Francisco, Cal.
ruil HAX.K 1IY '
E. It. LVJCKEY A CO.
Townsend & Harrison, Props.
Field, Vegetable and
APIARY AND POULTRY SUPPLIES,
Garden Tool, Fertilizer, Treee, Etc.
209 Second SI., bel. Salmrn Taylor
f7Sewl for Cutalogue.
DR. JOSEPH V. GILL,
CAN BE FOtJND AT IIISOFrICE or re.
iilenoe wh.D not profewionally euged.
Realilence oo EMith itreet, opiKMlte I'reeby.
t irin Church.
GEO. F. CRAW,
.' Eogcne City, Oregon.
(Oppoeite V. M..WIlkIua'l)ni Store.)
Hoe an exteu.lve Stuck of
COLLECE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
rfOrdon (or Booka and Subscription!
to Newspapei and Periodical! promptly at
B. IS. Cochran & Son,
Ileal Estate Agents.
Kugene City, Oregon.
Will attend to general Real Eatate bneinet
tucb u buying, .oiling, leaning and renting
farmland city property, etc uince on town
ide of mtb street.
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
r'.ntn. Improved and Unimproved Town
property for aale, on ewy term..
Property Eonted and Rente Collected,
Tl In.urano. (mpauir. I rrpment are
among the Oldmt and mt lUIUble, and in
the Prompt anl Kgi'lTABf.i adjiutment of their
Ma OTANH HECOXD to A OKI.
A .hare of your patmnag U f ilicited.
Office op.Uir., Wl-Ur Block.
a F. DORRIS.
F. W. A. ORAIN,
Watchmaker anil Jeweler.
Junction City, Oregon
Bpmal attntii ira to Rfirlo
WATCIIES, CLOC'fcUJ aad JEWELRY,
("apt. John O'ltrlen.
There ia no doubt but what Capt. John
0 Brim will receive the undivided support
of tbe luUiring roUn ot Oregon. Irrrnpfo
tive of party. He 1 a man wbo ataud well
with tbe orgitniuitioui of labor, a thorough
priuter, and an honr.t woikuian. The
office of alate prinlf r i oue which abould
not be btlil loo long by oue pcraoo, aud the
pnatnt iucuuibeblbai had a very "fat tuke'
of it, aud from what wecau learn, b ln
pioted the golden opportunity. There bai
been uiuck talk In tbe pail about tbe oo.t of
atale printing, but if any oue deairre to
make a correct e lamination ot Ibe mailer, it
will be found (bat tbe col to tbe ilnte in
tbladt'paituirnt but been fur grrater the
pail four yean than auy other, and tbal ii
indepcudtut of light, rent, furl tud paper,
which ba. been furnished by Ibe alalo. The
beat inlereftle of Ibe atate demand a change
iu thin di'parlmiut, aud no mau Uller ipiall
fled and mora dearrring a a aoldivrand
laboriug man, could be found than Capt.
The Oregouinn now ruua a "Thoiupaon
iaua" drpartiucul In connection with Ita
' Orrgouiaua" and "Waitbingtouiana" col
uiuiii. The price ot the paper, however, rt
maiui Ibe aauie.
Bring your old acrap cait iron to lb En
gene Iron Foundry where you ran di.poae
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mas. Wihiilow'h Shthinu Svaur, for chil
dreo teetliinic, b the pr.Kription of one of the
imt female nurw. and phytlcian. In the
United SUtea, and ha. been umhI for forty
yean with neverfailiiiK lUcoeM by niilllom of
mother, for their children. During the pro
em, of twthinir ita value U Incalculable. It
relirvee th. child from in, cure, (lywntery
and diarrtuiea, gripinir in the boweb, and wind
oolio. By giving hralthto the child it rwtl
tin mother. PrioeJ!.' a bottle.
Notice ia hereby given that tbe ichool tax
for lH'JO ii now due and payable. I will be
at my office in the l'oat Otllco Building, En
gene, Oregon, from 8 o'clock a. in. until 7
o'clock, p. in. daily unlil July 8tb, lH'.H),
to receive Ibe lame. All taxej not paid in
60 dayi from tub date will be declared de
linquent. May tlth, ls'.K).
Oco. F. Cew, Clerk.
What la It?
That rroduoei that beautifully aoftoom-
filiiiion and livea no traoea of ita applica
ion or iniuriouieflvcur The answer, Wis
dom's Rotwrtine arcouipliHhea all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taata and refine
ment to be tbe moat dolightfnl toilet article
ever produced. Warranted hamileas and
matchless. F. M. Wilklua, agent, Eugene
Change la one ot the irrefutable laws of
nature, aud forluunlt ly tbe change is almost
invariably for I lit. better. As an instance of
Ibis, St. Patrick Pilla are fast taking tbe
place ot tbe old harsh aud violent cathar
tic, because they are milder and produoe
pleaaanter tricot, besides they are much
more buuefloiul iu removing morbid matter
from the system and preventing ague and
other malaiious diseases. As a cathartic
and liver pill they are almost per foot. For
sale by Osbtirn & Co.
C at Miwin! t Ml in low. Mr. K. Dulton.
of Dumy, Rusnell oounty, Ksusas, railed at
tbe laboratory oi mamneriain a vo., un
Moines, to show Ibem his six jear old boy,
hnu lira toil lin aaved bv Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, it having cured him of a
severe attack oi oroup. air. vaiiou is cer
tain (bat it saved bis boy's life and is entliu
ntlit in lil. nnilu nf Ilia Remedy. He
ays It has an exoellont reputation in his
vlciulty; that larmora come nueen miie. iu
bis store for it. For sale by Osburn Ik Co.
Kimball, South Dakota, Orapbio: While
It, iwlnnni. nf til. ft I BIiIiIa .r. Olien lo any
and all nuobjectionab t advertlnementa, yet
it is quite imposnible forns tospesk know
ingly 01 tue merits oi ine variuu. aruiic. ui
merchandise atlvertised. Particularly is this
lint Ihera ars ex
ceptions occasionally aud a note-worthy ex
ception is tue ceienroiea iuuiuucri.m .
Congh Remedy. This now universally
bnnwn fna.lif.ili tin. tlAAIt .dv.rtl.ed in lb.
Orapbio four or Ave years, but not until re
cently bad we any personal anuwitxiif.
wonderful eflicacy, which bss oouie about
fi.mnnli ilia nr.illtia infliienji aud the
atublMtrn congb that bss so often attended
it. In tbe writer's family this medicine baa
on several occasions this winter eured a
iii ii,at liatitad .n and all other reme
dies, aud tbe number of families in Kimball
and vicinity in wbicb this remedy bss Deen
used with like effects attests lo its value as a
ancciflo for coughs and oolds of every nature.
For sale by O.burn k Co.
The hlghost cash prioe will be paid (or
wheat by F. B. Dunn.
Combine tli juice of tbe Blue Figi of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtue of plants
known to be mott beneficial to the
human svtem, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS
HEALTH and 8TBENOTH
Naturally follow. Every one Is ing it
and all are delighted with it. Aik your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Msna
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Sa FaaactKO, Cau
twnrtui, Kv. swVoe,M.Y
"Tratle $" P Thumps-oil.
Appropos ot D. P. Thompson's charaoler
istio of "starting in men with a little capital
and good busineas advioe'1 may be men
tioned his thrifty habit, hen he owned tbe
Sterling mine iu this vicinity, ot bnying np
trade dollar in Porllund at 10 per cent dis
count and using thorn lo pay off his men
and lo settle bis hardware and grocery bills
iu Southern Oregon. There was a whole
world ot "good business advice" in the
transaction, and he all unwittingly "started
a great many men in" to bring about his
defeat at the polls on the 3nd proximo.
There was not a man who was the victim of
tbis busiuess trickery wbo did not resent at
the time the swindle perpetrated upou him,
end it may be safely assumed that not one
(orgds the baud that took advantage ot a
quirk in our currency syHtetu to defruud him
of one day'a work out of every ten. The
question uatrirally aiisee, "would r.nnoyer
have done lb like under similar circum
stances?" A promiueut hardware dealer Iu
this community, a gentleman wbo baa been
a lifelong Republican from principle tbiuks
nut. He tbiuks, further more, that il U his
duly under the circumstance., to rebuke
tbe wanton outrage of business principles
ud lb iusull to bis own intelligence In
volved iu Thoiupsou't settlement with him,
in trade dollar worth 90 eents, of a bill
which tue Sterling Miniug Co. had
run at his hardware store (or several year
prior to the sale of the digginga In short,
he will cast bis vote and use his Influence
to defeat Thompson, because be know to a
certalutv that a man who will practice auch
tactic in private business wllluotdo to trust
in publio affairs.
An Independent View.
The Corvallis Times, a strictly indepen
dent pspei politically, aay although th
masse are apt to forget favor and their
friends and aro too often iwayed by tbe in
fluence of the politician and the money
power, Oov. Peunoyer ahould be re elected.
"We believe Sylvester Pennoyer t the peo
ple' friend. lie has governed in theit in
terest during tbe past four year and w be
lieve 1 entitled to their consideration now."
Jim Lotan estimate and claim the
State by 5,000 majority, and give reason
which everybody know to be false, and
that he knowingly tell them or that b
doe not know what he ia talking about
When Jim Lolan, or any other man, ayt
"the number of Democrat who will Tot
(or Mr. Thompson, will be fully a Urge as
the number of Republicans, wbo will vote
(or Qovernor Pennoyet" he wilfully or lg
norantly misstate facta that are patent to
any ordinary observer. Republicans from
all parts of tbe Stale voluntarily and ot their
own accord proclaim their uncompromising
inteuliou to vote (or Penuoyer, and Dem
oorala nowhero, save it be a few in Portland,
and those few are aotuated from personal
motive. Lolan may talk loud with bis
mouth, but that won't make a Oovernor. Il
Woodburu Independent : Oovernor Pen
noyer will easily carry Marion eounty. One
old Republican war-borse remarked that
when Penuoyer was elected h expected to
see th (tale go to pieces, "but," aay he,
"I have found that he baa given u the best
(dmiuistration w bav had (or yean, and I
am going to help eleot hltn again. The only
show (or Thompson to be elected la by tbe
purchasable vole of tbe towns, lie ha made
hla boast that be would be elected, even
though it cost him f 100,000. He may bay
the floating vote, but he can't buy the gran
Rev. I. D. Driver la in tbe oity, visiting
bia aon-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr,
R. M. Thompson. Rev. Driver was urgently
solicited lo stump th S tate for f P. Thomp
son 4 Co., but b declined (or reasons beat
known to blmselt. W iufvr that he thought
it would be coming down and atepping too
far to oue side fur a man of hi calibre and
profession. Tbe revereud doctor ia looking
fine and feeling splendid. Salem Demo
crat. Thompson voted for tbe Portland water
bill six times, aud doe not deny any time.
Th candidate oo tbe Republican legisla
tive ticket will all to a man support Thomp
son (or Oovernor with that (set known and
undented. Query Ceo a nun who oppose
Thompson because of bia vote oo that ques
tion consistently support auy of the eandi
dates wbo will vote for Thompson? Ex.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
pniity, strength and wholesomeoeea. More
oonomioal than Ibe ordinary kinds and ean
uot be sold in competition with Ibe multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phoa-
hate powder. Sold only in can. HoTaI
tina Powoxt Co.. 106 all St., N. I.
The School Fund.
Tba wonderful increaae in tbe common
school fund I a matter for the congratula
tion of the people. The late effort of tbo
Oregonian to ascribe tbis, a a matter of
course, to the large sale of school lsuds, is
not th whole truth and does not do justice
to tbe present management. 1
Tbe first impetus given to tbe fund after
the advent ol the present administration,
was the lrannfer of (be bslnnce unused in tbe
state land fund, which was $123,000, to the
common ichool fund. Tbis should have
been done yeara before. It wa recom'
mended by a former Democratic governor in
1872, bat legislation to that effect wa de
feated. It conld have been done even prior
to that without legislation. Tbe constitu
tion makes th unused balance of the granta
from Ibe United Slate a part of th com
mon chool fund, bnt tba tressury offiuinls
lnsUtod that il would tak a special act ot
the legislature to. make It legal. At the
same lime all Ibe legislature tending in that
direction was opposed and defeated. Tbe
am thing wa recommended in 1887, and
it was (lightly bin ted that tbe thing would
be killed if Ibe new treasurer desired it.
No desire to oppose it wss manifested, and
consequently it waa done, and the fund waa
It waa soou discovered that pieces of pro
perty bought in on judgments long years
ago, were scattered all over the alate, yield
ing no revenue tor the support of schools,
tbe improvements rolled down, and the
value depreciating. No list of each pur
chases had been kept, and many a dilapi
dated (arm baa been discovered, having be
longed to Ibe (und aix, eight and sometime
a many a ten years, which the board did
not know it really owned. All auch piece
of unprofitable property have boon sold. In
oue county as many a flv (arm of this
description were (ound, which bad been
bought in and then forgotten. The receipts
from (hi class of idle property have been
large and rendered the fund more efficient.
There are other point of economical
management in th board' favor. It i trn
the ale of land have been large, and it is
also true that tbe (und baa been treated
(airly and well handled.-Porllnnd World.
Purchased Like Swine.
It ia not pretended the veriest black
guard In Oregon will not aay that Jim
Lotan carried the primariea in this city ex-
oept by (raud exoept by the wholesale
purchase of vote except by the expendi
ture of money unparalleled in the history of
Vote were purchased a boldly and open
ly a i wine are purobaacd by the pork paok-
er of Chicago, and exoept by that purchase
by that despicable proceeding Jiin Lotuu
would not have secured the delegate to the
tate convention. And had he not purchased
the vote Ibat gav blin the delegate David
P. Thompson would never bav been nomi
nated (or governor of Oregon.
Th Mercury is creditably informed that
Thompson contributed $15,000 Of the $35,-
000 expended in the purchase of these bal
The office ol governor of Oregon, to au
honest man like Pennoyer, I worth $1,500
What n siler of tbe Murcary will say that
D. P. Thompson purchased $15,000 worth of
vote to foist him into a $(t,000 office limply
(or bi love (or tbe stale of Oregou.
Thompson is not that kind of a man.
He never invests a dollar until he is as
sured that it will return to him with a com
panion of iqoal value.
He ia penurious lo a (ault.
He haa a heart (or Thompson only.
Where la tbe honest man who can support
such a being T
Who I it that will asy he would conduct
an honest administration when it cost bim
the price it will i( he la elected?
There Is not the man in Oregou who be
lieves it in bia heart.
Examiner: The Oregonian alaled the Re.
publican primary election, which brought
about tb nomination of Thompson and the
present Republican ticket, wss a most dis
graceful affair. Vote were bought opeuly;
It said, tb barl's wer wide open. All tbe
pimps, gambler aud ex-convict would be
there. If tbis it not tuffkletit reason (or the
defeat ol thi Republican ticket, w khould
lik to bear o( one. Oregon'a leading news
paper proclaimed these (acts. Tbe tiick
thus born In infamy should be burled in
oblivion election day.
It is positively amusing (or posted people,
those who know what is what, to read tbe
editorials Iu Ibe Oregonian as to what kiud
of a msn Thompson is aud Pennoyer ditto
and about tariff and to forth, when it ia
common street talk Ibat the Republican
msnsgers spent $20,000 at (he lost primary
election to bring about the present nomina
tions and will spend no telling what snmt lo
buy vole and ri water, commit peniten
tiary offensea in other words, to elect their
ticket. That mouey was uned at tb laat
primary election a free a air, there ia no
question, aud Iber ia uot a posted business
man In Portland bnt what knows it.
Governor Pennoyer does not claim to be
perfect. He is only a man with honest and
good iotentioua. His mUtakes, it any, are
not wilfully committed in tbe iu teres! of
himself or a clique. II is official set art exe
cuted with the best inteuliou tor tbe went
of the whole people and they know it, aud
Thompson J: Co. can't make them see it
otherwise. The more you hammer Pen
noyer and Webb the more voles they' will
Mercury: Tbe Oregonian' bitter denun
ciation of tbe Lotan Thompson primaries
outrage is only equalled ly its brazen ef
frontery In now supporting that villainous
clique. The Oregoniau's change of heart
cost Dave Thompson a round flo.OOO.