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EUGENE, Oil., SATURDAY, JUNE 7. 1890.
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Hit (Sitgcnrffity Guard.
' (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
I. L CAMPBELL,
lublUbr nd Proprietor.
m-l-'fCE-On the East lde ut Willamette
tXtttt, IXtWMn DtVMUIl Klgmu .
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
KvrKa OF ADVBHTBINO.
Adv.rttom.nU Inserted" , Mb.
'Tm.WiSv.rtU.r. will be charged at tba ol-
TrSJtCt&lni'lumn, 20 cent.
nSS&fflEfifc r.nd.rl quarterly.
AU jobwork mustberaiP roB o dilivibt.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
tlTlLI. PRACTICE IN a JV 1 1
IV lljI'.i.'u.l Judicial DUtrict and in
k. Juureine Court of this State.
b 8pidal attentioB giv.D to collection, and
jiatUr IU truu.
" 1 BILYEU,
-fttomey and Counsellor at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
ORACTICES IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
V this SUte. Will give .peoial attention
to nllectioni and probate matters.
0rrIC- -Qy.r Hendrick k Eakiu's bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
KUOESE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICK-Roome 78 MoClaren Building.
wSpecial attention given to Collection.
and Probate business.
GEORGE A. DORRIS,
Attorncy-at-La w ,
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
Omcl-In Regi'ter Block.
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Special attention given to real estate, col-
tlfgrol daim. against the
United 8tates Government
Office in Walton's brick rooms T and a.
Seymour W. Condon,
GEO. M. MILLER,
attorney and Ccunsellor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
KUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Ofllce-Lane Co. Bank Building.
E. R, SKIP WORTH,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Ornci-Up-stalrs in Register Block, 6 ret
door to the left
Will do a general Uw practice In all the
Court of the State. All buiness promptly at
A. E. GALLAGHER,
SmcUI attention irfv.n to rrobate business
and Abstract of Title.
Omen Over Lane County Bank.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Kttidenc on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Physician & Surgeon,
Special attention paid to Surgery and
Physician, Surgeon and Gynecologist.
(36 Tear Experience.)
Omca-Ovor Brownsville Store, Willam
EUGENE, - - - OREGON.
DR. J. 0. GRAY,
OFFICE OVE GRANGE STORE. ALL
Laobinf gas adminwtand fur painless at
traction o teeth.
lil'SINEss ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
IbsUU U H of Fofllani
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,
You don't buy a Dollar's 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,
RIBBONS, LINENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES, HOSIERY,
WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, WOOLENS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
GINGHAMS, SATEENS, POINTS, DOMESTIC, COTTONS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.
J. DR.. X3KAXttXT
UNDERTAKER. A bran new First-Class Hearse
One of the Finest in the State.
A Fine Lin or
AND ILL HUM OF
Constantly on band
Store corner Willamette and 7th Streets
Ik U Known Drocer in Eugene!
Has a LAUGER stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden ami Willow Ware tban ever before.
Pays Highest CAli price for Country Produce, Furs, Skins,
Hides, Wool, Tallow, kc.
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.
Day & Hendersoq
House in Eugene. Corner 7th and Wil. Sts
Also Dialii in
ding, Which are offered at the
Theoulx remedy known which will
Stimulate tbi Kutrltln Processes of the
Br thlsnsturelantlslmpl. meant It quickly
snd pTmaorut:jrf UIIE9 AU t'onus of
DjnpriMla, Canal liwtiun, Mrnlal and
Vervaa Kxhamtlon, (i.neral l.bllllr,
llrmln I"r. or an xhau.lnii or weak
nvd condition of the sy.tem, (roin what,
over (UM, Rain Brnptlon., ItolL, Kun
nlnf Bores, Hcrofala, and all Disease of
the Wood, Stomach, Liver and Kidney.
81.00. SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00.
Pr. IIIll.r'sM pairebook. dwrlpllreof nr.
dnullii. KviUinittv and hi oilier Ui'tuedat,
eul Trv. by uuii.
KILLER DRUB CMu Francisco, Cat,
TOB aVALK Ha
E. B. LUCKEY k CO.
Townsend & Harrison, Props.
Field, Vegetable and
AriARY AND POULTRY BITPLIES,
Garden Fertilizera, Trees, Etc,
a09 8eeond St., bet. 6a! tact & Tsjlor
r78en( for Catalogae.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idenos when u pnifesslonally engaged.
Kesldence an EUfhth street, opposite Pnsby.
GEO. F. CRAW,
F.ogi'oe City, Ori-goo.
(Opposite V. M. Wilkin' I)ru Htore.)
Has an extensive Stuck of
COLLECE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
ft" Order (of ft:H and Subscriptions
to Newspapers and Periodical promptly at
R. D. Cochran & Son,
Real Estate Agents.
Eugene City, Oregon.
Will attend to freueral Real Estate briifnet
inch as bnying, selling, leaning and renting
(armsand city property, etc. Office on south
id of Ninth street.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DES1KAI1LE
Farms, Improved and Unimproved Town
property fur sal., on easy term.
Property Rented and Rents Collected.
Tin Insurance Companies I represent are
among the OMnrt and most Kdl.ble, and in
the Psompt andEguiTsi!.a adjustment of their
osm. Htahh Kseoxu to Nona,
A share of your patmnag is solicited.
Otlioe up stairs, Kritr Block.
& F. DOURI3.
F. W. A. GRAIN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Junction City, Oregon
f RnMHal tt.otl'ia given to Rrpairioi
WATCH VA, CLOCK d ad JKWELltY.
About Flntrer Nallit.
A bit mark on the nail brspeuk misfur
Pal or lend colored mtils indicate uiolun
l'.ros.l usiU indirsti) a go u I lt tiiuid and
Lovers ol kuowlrdge aud liU-ral aciitiinrut
bat round uaiU.
People with narrow nails are ambition
Small uitil indicate littleness of mind,
obstinacy aud couceit.
Choleric, martial men, delighting iu war,
have red and spotted nails.
NsitigrowiuH into the flesh at the point
or side indicate luxurious taste.
People with very pale nsils ere subject to
much Intlrmity ol the flesh and persoculiou
by neighbor aud friend Medical Classic.
And uo route a man bo, bring duly
deposed, doth say that he ha slept with a
dog iu his bed for the lust twenty years;
that be has the dog sleep with him to cure
hi (the man's) rheumatism; that be ha
used up thrre dogs Iu that period, who be
came prostrated with chronio rheumatism.
The yam sound a little unlikely, but he
ays it is true. Most people would prefer
the rheumatism, to the dogs, but thrre is no
accouutiug for taste.
Rring your old scrap cant iron to lb Eu
gene Iron Foundry where you can dispose
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Miw. ViN8i.ow ' Southing Stki'P, fur chil
clroo teething, is the prescription of one of the
best female nun, snd physiclsns in the
United State., and has been used for forty
years with never-failing sucoeaa by millions of
mothers fur their clilldnn. luring the pro
cess of teething its value is Incalculable It
relieves the child from in, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, griping In the bowels, and wind
colic, l!y givi'ilf health to the child it rest
the mother. Price 2.V a buttle.
Notice is hereby giveu that the school tax
for 181MJ Is now due snd payable. 1 will be
at my office in the Post Ollice Building, Eu
gene, Oregon, from 8 o'clock a. in, uutil 7
o'clock, p.m. daily until July mh, 1800,
to receive the some. All tuxes not paid In
CO duys fioiu this date will be declared de
linquent. May Bih, 1300.
C.ko. F. Craw, Clerk.
What It It?
That produce that beautifully toft com
plexion and leave no trace of it applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wis
dom'i Robcrtine accomplisho all this, and
is pronounced by Indies of taste and refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet artiole
ever produced. Warranted harailes and
matcbloss. F. M. Wilkin, agent, Eugene
Change i one of the irreistable law of
nature, aud fortunately the change is almost
invariably for the better. A an instance of
tbi, tit. rtrick Pills are fust taking the
place ol (he old harsU and violent oatnar
tics, because they ire milder and produoe
a pleasantor effect, beside they are much
more beneficial in removing morbid matter
from the system and preventing ague and
other milaiiou dhoitHe. At a cathartio
and liver rill they are almost perfect, For
tale by Usbnrn & Co,
Ou a recent vinit to Iowa. Mr. K. Dalton,
of Pursy, Russell county, Kansas, called at
the laboratory of Chamberlain A Co., Dee
Moines, to show them hi stl year old boy,
whole life bad been saved by Chamlierlain't
Cough Remedy, it having cured Lira of a
evere attack of croup. Mr. Dalton i cer
tain that it saved his boy'a life aud i eotuu
aiastlo Iu hi praise of tba Remedy. II
says it has in excellent reputation in ui
vicinity; that farmer come fifteen mile. to
Lis itore for it. tor sate uy usutirn a. vo
Kimball, South Dakota, Graphic: While
the column of the U i iphlo are open lo any
and all nuobjectionab e advertisements, yet
it it quite impossible torn toipeak know
ingly of the merits of the various article of
merchandise advertised. Particularly i tbi
true of patent medicines. Hut thore are ex
ception occasionally and a note-worthy ex
ception i the celebrated Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy. Tbit now universally
known mediciue, has been advertised in the
Ornphio four or five years, but not until re
cently bad we any personal knowledge of it
wonderful efficacy, which has com. about
through the prevailing influenza and the
stubborn cough thsl bis so often attended
it. In the writer' family tbi medicine ba
on several occasion Ibi winter cured a
oough that billled any and all other reme
dies, and the number of families in Kimball
and vicinity In which this remedy ha been
nscd with like effect attest to it vlu a a
specifio for coughs and oold of every nature.
For tale by Onburn Ic Co.
The highest cash price will be paid for
wheat by F. B. Dunn,
Combine the juice of the Blue Fig of
California, to laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human ivttem, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly 00 the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOIELS
. anD To
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every on I Biinj; it
and all are delighted with it. Ak your
drucEt SVkUP OK F1CS. Man
faclured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
(a f aaacuco, Cau
LMKTU.U, K r. Uiw Yot. N . V
Talniaffe'g Great Org-an.
The new organ for Tslmage't tabernacle is
rapidly approaching completion. The first
organ for the tabemecl wat built in 1873,
and at the time wis one of the Lrgeit and
most complete in the couutry. It was de
stroyed with the tabernacle in ISS'.r.
The new orgsn is much larger aud more
complete in all iti detail and one of the
most powerful In the world, a veritable
"king of instruments." It will coutain four
manuals of five octaves each, a pedal of two
and a half octaves, the largest of which will
be the deep C, C, C, C, SJ-foot cathedral
tone, the same as in the large organ at West
minster Abbey. It conbiins more large stops
than any other orgsn in the country, it not
in the world, there being eleven (top of ten
feet aud thirty two of eight feet. The entire
number of atop it 110, of which sixty-six ait
pipe slop running through the eulire acale.
The rest are coupler, paeuniatio combine
tiout, tremulant and pedal movement.
The total number of pipe is 4,418, and the
cost over 130,000.
The osae is the open style showing facade
of forty feet long aud fifty feet high of richly
oiuatuentvd pipes The couole will be
brought out teu foet in front of the orgsn,
aud the wind supplied by three Immense
bellows, driven by a powerful electric motor
on the Edison circuit.
Among the novelties of tbi organ will be
a "Chinese gong," a chime of bell, and
three drum effects, a follow: Loug roll,
bM drum and drum check. Many ot the
top are entirely new in thia country, and
tome are original with the builders. A new
feature It the enclosing of the choir organ
tnd a separate swell box, which with the
swell organ will enable the organist to give
very powerful and effective swell acoompa
nlmetita. It Is to be completed by Septem
ber 1, whun the tabernacle is to be ready for
Amazing' Frank new.
A good ttory it told of the late Cougrete
mtu Taulbee, of Kentucky, which it the
more humorous because told by himself:
Uncle Epb, an old colored man, had lived in
the Taulboe family many years, and wat
considered an honest and faithful tervtnt.
After the eleotion for congressman, Taulbee
having been a candidate, he wat tauuted by
so uie of bia oppouentt with the statement
that Uncle Eih had voted against bim.
Loth to believe it, be aakod Eph:
"It it true (but yon voted against me at
the eleotion? '
"Yea, Mansa Willlum," replied Eph, "I
voted the 'Publieuu ticket."
"Well," enid Taulbee, "I like frsnknest,
tnd here' a dollar for your candor.".
The old colored man ttood scratching bit
betd when Tuutbet ttked :
"Well. Epb, what It it?"
"Well. Mats Taulbee," laid Epb, "If
you it buying oaodor you owet me fo' dollars
mo', ktae I voted tgiu ye five time.
Quincy, Ky., Herald,
A Shearing- Machine.
Prineville Review: For the post two or
three montba W. B. Uren bat been working
on a niacbiue intended to be need in shear
ing iheep, and hat at lost lucoecded in mak
ing one that ttandi the test of pnotioul oper
slion remove the wool from the sheep a
well aa an experienced thetrer will by btnd.
Mr. Uren recently had one of hit maohinet
msde In Portland, and last Sunday made a
pnotical tost of it which wot quite satisfac
tory. Hand power wat applied and tbe
sheep waa tborn In 30 minutes quite aa well
at oould have been dona by band. The ma
chine it timply a pair of thoin, attached to
a gearing, tbe power carried from the driver
to tbe abeara through a flexible coll similar
to that attached to a dent lift engine. It It
oltimed that one hone power will drive ten
of these machines, tnd that each of the m a
chine, operated by one man, will ihetr 200
sheep In a day.
A Problem in Wool.
National Democrat: Spain it one of tht
most thoroughly protected couutriet in tbe
world. It even protect! domestic wool.
Our minister in Madrid tayt: "Ou of tht
worst featurei of Bptln't preieut economy 1
the lack of borne production. Almost every
thing i imported. Tbe contequt noet art
that wagea art low and tht cost of living
high." Mr. Filmtraddi that there it "no
reason for tbi state of affairs, inasmuch at
tbt country possesses moat varied natural
Oil olotb, Linoleum and matting at Day
Tlila nowiler caver vsrie. A marvel of
purity, etrentttb tnd wholesomefie. More
economical than the ordinary kind and can
not be sold In competition wun in. niuui
tnda of low test, short weight, alusa or phos
phate podrs. Bold only in can. Rotai.
linma rowniB u im wan di. n. i.
A Dlngnsted Agrlcuitnrlut.
An Oregon editor who bat tried farming
Is difgusted. Hoar him: "The basest
fraud on the earth i agriculture. The dead'
liest igult fatuui tbtt ever glittered to be
guile and duzzled to betray is tgricultnre.
Wt speak with feeling on thi lubject, and
we've been glittered aud beguiled and da
tied and deceived by the same arch de
ceiver. She bad promised us beet tnd tbey
flew away after putting a head on ns; prom,
ised ut etrly potatoes tnd tbe drouth bat
withered tbem. She bat promised cherries,
tht rlrculio bit ttung them; they conttin
living thingt uncomely to the eye and un
savory to the taste; the hot promised ui
strawberries tnd the young cbickent hive
devoured them. We were in tbe sheep bus
iness tnd a bard winter closed down on u
and the lamb died in the shell. No wonder
that Cain killed hi brother. He wt tiller
of the ground. Tbe wonder it be did not
kill hi father and then weep because be
did uot have a grandfather to kill.
Decay of Anacortes.
C. F. Smith arrived from Anacortes Mon
day tnd givet a gloomy picture ot tbit one
time booming town. Anacortes wat Chris
tened after Mrs. Amot Dowtnan, the wife of
the origiual townsite proprietor, whose
mi Men name wit Ann Curtis. Bowmau
told 1200,000 worth of property, and two
mouth ago could btve closed out worth a
million. Ho kept reinvesting hi money,
however, in the same place,nd i now much
embarratsed. During the latter part of Feb.
rutry a population ot 4,000 was claimed for
Anicorte, but now it would be difficult to
scare np a tenth of that number. Yakima
Firtt Citizen There goei a luocciaful
man. He' a oredit to the community.
Tbey tell me that fifteen yoart tgo he cttne
to tbit town without a dollar and that now
bt't worth $75,000.
Second Citiien Yes; I remember it well.
Ut wot my bookkeeper a wbilt snd afterward
mypntluer. You tee, I ttruck tbit town
twenty yesrs tgo with 75,000, aud now I
haven't got a ceut. Merely a coincidence,
just a coincidence.
Tbe U. S, Supreme Couit lost week douied
the application for a writ of erior In tht case
of Kemmler nnder the sentence of death by
electricity. Tbe opinion wat by Chief Jut
tioe Fuller. The court held tbit tbe change
in the form of death, wot in the legitimate
spheie of the Legislative power of the State
Legislature of New York. It determined
that it did not Inflict oruel and unusual pun.
isbment, and its courts have sustained that
determination. This court cannot ice that
Uia prisoner bat been deprived of due pro
cess of law. The case will next oome np
before United States Circuit Judge Wallace,
who made the order to operate a stay until
tbe Supreme Court could past upon ques
tion Involved. The order wat issued with
tht understanding that oounoil would imme
diately apply to the Supreme Court for a
writ of babeat corpus and it i supposed
that Judge Wallace, when the order becomet
returnable in tht month of June next, will
vtcate it, that being practically the under
standing upon which the order wat made.
The Ticomt mill company cut a stick of
limber of tomewhit extraordinary length
for the keel of a schoouor now being built at
(be St. Paul and Ticoma mill, and It one of
tbt finest keelt ever put in a vessel. It boa
been found to be 131 feet long, 21 incbet
wide and 10 inchot thick, and wat practical
ly clear. Two feet were cut from tbt stick,
aa it wai too long, and it wit tben 133 feet
long, and contained 4,700 feet, board meas
ure. Thit waa charged at $100 a thousand,
to tbit lb ttlck coat the schooner buildori
According to the Olympia Tribune, tba
biggest edible oysters in the world ire found
it Port Lincoln, in South Australia, and
tht tmalleel on the thorei of the itate of
Washington. Tbt Australian oysters are
oft' timet more thin a foot torost tht shell.
ind tbe oyster fits tbe shell to well he doet
not leave much margin. One of these big
oyilert and a big twelve pound Puget sound
dim tide by tide at tha next world's fair
would make tbe mouth of a bivalve eater
The talk of salmon being scarce it popy- .
cock. Read tbit from Tbe Dalles Timet
Mountaineer of Ihe 20lb: The run ot salmon
it almost unprecedented in tba history ot
tbe city. Yesterday we understand Beufert
Bros., in their wheels, canght fifty one tons.
Th cannery i running lo it full capacity,
and cannot oau tbe flih caught. For Ibi
reason msny of the wheels have been hauled
out of the water.
Few people know bow the great Chancel
lor Bismarck aud hi ancestors got their
name. Bismarck it tbt name of one o
those ancient castles a short distance from
Steudal. Tbe castle bad this name because
it defended the "Marca," or the line where
the river Biese formed a boundary in former
timet, or mark of deli nee against intruders.
Senator Mitchell hsa made application to
Ihe postmaster-g.neral to have the paxtoffice
tt Astoria made a free-delivery office. The
postmaster ot that city baa reported that its
wipM for tbe twelve months ending Marcb
Slit but wr $10, 602. Senator Mitchell
bs assurances that tbe office will be placed
on the free-delivery list at an early date.
Tbe stenographic report cost th United
State government $50,000 t year. This it
only a drop in the bucket compared lo tbe
expense of Congress. The question fie
quently arista, do tbe people get value re
ceived for what Ihey txpend on Congress?
When vou want to make your friend a
handsome present tt reasonable price ;;. I
some of that lovely WedUng Art lilav.m