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EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1890.
JTlif (CujfBf (City (Guard.
(PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
1. L CAMPBELL,
ublitirr aud Proprietor.
OFFICE On the Kant side of Willamette
r treat, between Seventh and Eighth Street.
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CEO. B. DORRIS
Attorney ami Counsellor-at-Law,
UniX PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
yf ol trie aecouu .luiiiciai I'l.tnufc auu iu
he Supreme Court of this State.
Sptuial attention given to collections and
mattere '" Pruoaie
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUUEXE CITY, OREGON.
I PRACTICES IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
tli is State. Will give special attention
to collection) and probate matter.
Omi'E--Over Ilendrick k Eakin'i bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
KUiSENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE Rooms 7 & 8 McClaren Building.
M"Secial attentiou given to Collections
and Probate business.
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EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
Omcs-In Register Block.
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of the State.
Siecial attention given to real estate, col
ecting, and probate matters. . .
Collecting all kinds of claims against the
United States Government
Office In Waltou's bricl- -rooms 7 and 8.
Seymouj- W. Condon,
Uiiscnc, - Oregon.
E. O. POTTER,
EUGENE, - - OREGON.
Omcx- Room No. 4, Dunn's Block.
CEO. M. MILLER
attorney and Ccunsollor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Oriiee-In Masonic Temple.
(Successor to Dr. N. J. Taylor.)
OFFICE, - Over Matlock's Store.
A. E. GALLAGHER,
tUGENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention riven to TrobaW business
and Abstract of Title.
Orricx Over Lane County Bank.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's . Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Dr ShelUm
DRS. PAINE & M MURTRY,
Physicians & Surgeons,
Office 9th St., Opposite Hoffman House.
IR D. A. PAINE, Residence corner 10th
an.l High 8treeU, Eoirene.
DR. W. T. McMl KTRY. Residence Olive
St, between th and 10th, Etwent
DR. J. 0. GRAY,
OFFICE OVER GRANGE STORE. ALL
Lanfhins; fas administered for painless
-LUSINEss ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
Ik lost Select U U si Hm
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
The 'Pacific Tea Co.
Has Changed Hands
Mr. J. 0.
Having purchased it.
Full Lino of Groceries, Glassware and
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 9th STREET
opposite Star Bakery, I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at the
Are employed, and I will vndeavor to
me with a call.
tU fU hum Rmiw In hnmi
iilQ Um HUM Mi Mi.. VI I" ungvuvi
TToa o T.ARdFR stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden and Willow Ware
Pays Highest CAbll price for Country Produce, Furs, 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.
Day & Henderson,
House in Eugene. Corner 7th and Wil. Sts
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription. Department in Competent hands.
B x ;e x. m M M m. X K k :v
He will sell goods at
given away with Teas
give satinfaction to all wlo ma favcr
A. A. LUKIII.K.
than ever before.
HOLLO V; A Y
A Suro Cure for Colds, Coughs.
Croup, Acute Catarrh, Asthma, Dif
ficult Breathing, Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness, Pneumonia, Pleurisy,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, and all Af
fections of the Throat and Lungs.
Is free from Opium, Morphine and
all deleterious drugs.
Ko Cough Remedy li everhe(bro met wllh
im'huufvi'nwlNiHl fiCHrtyrmlorM'tnciit. hm-li
boUltHiintitinitlHli'r as many tlota nflanjr
oilier cuiigh nimun', end one do.it ill ilii
twlc as inurli s:oul. lo not nenlect a
"slight colli," as all serious dtM'w of (ho
throat ami lime. Imvea bihbII lx-i;iiiiiiiiK A
ihme alter exiKMtiro will preveitt St rilit.
I'revenlion Is Ik'Hit and rlimxT than cure.
I'rlee AOr.i laruesio )I.OO-coiitulus tUruo
limes the quantity of the 6uc. slu).
SIX LARQE BOTTLES FOR $S.
Ir. Hlllcr's M-pago book sent freo by mall.
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J S. LUCKEY,
Clocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
Keuairing Promptly Hxeouted.
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PERFUMES AND SOAPS,
IMPORTED and Doineatio CIGARS.
OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Is well Iteiit. and nil Physicians rnwrlntlons Slid
Kamllv KcriH' will lc given the prompt ami
rnrefnl attention ol aconiK'U'iitaml experienced
East Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon.
ALSO OFFICE OK
Wlio will attend all calln in this city
ami Hurrounding country. Satiafuo
Fix this in
NEW FALL AND
Aronsw offered at PRICES which make them heyond ques
tion the Lowest in town, quality considered. Nothing can
outdo that wonderful house, known as
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Roots ami
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Ac. EUGENE, OR.
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Apply to li J. FRASIER. Agent, Eugene, Oregon.
For Real Fstate Bargains in Farm and Cil; Property Call on
Lane County Land & Loan Co.
Machine Shops !
G. N. FKAZEH, - - Proprietor.
MAKES ALL KINDS OF
CASTINGS, STORE FRONTS AND ENGINES.
KEfAIUIN'O OF ALL KINDS OF lUCHIXEIlY A SPECIALTY.
Oive me atrial. I rnrot say work to fi"
A Little Too Lute to doctor wlirn ltrilit'i
Disease has done its work. Take Wright's
Ktilucy and Liver Cure for inlliuimiatiun ol
kidneys and liver, paiu in buck and other
warnings of kidney trouble. Sold by all
Hamkt. Or.. Aui-1. lS'.H),
Au olil soldier's story : In the late wnr I
was a soldier in the First Miirylaml Voluu
teers, Company (.' During my term of
service I contracted chrnuio diarrliira, since
tbeii 1 have lined a treat aiuouul of med
ome, but wlieu I found any that would give
me rebel they would injure uiy stomach,
until l uauilierlum Colic, Lboleruand IMsr
rhii remedy was brought to my notice. I
use it aud will sav it is the only remedy Unit
gave tux permanent relief and no tad reunite
lollow. I take pleasure in reeomunuding
tills preparation to all mi old comrades,
who, while giving their services to their
country, contracted tun ureadluuliKriiKe as I
did, from eating unwholesome and uueook
ed food. Yours truly, A E bending, Ilalsey
Or. For sale by F. M. Wilkins.
French Tunsy Wafers.
These wafers are a sure and safe specific for
all kinds ot female troubles and will remove
all iitietnictions to the monthly K'rl.l, no
matter what the cause. They are juat what
every woman needs, and can tie uxeil safely.
ror sale bv the Livingstone Medical I n, man
ufacturers, Portland, Oregon, also by our sole
sgents, Osburn A Co., Druggists, Eugene,
TAKE IT UEFOUE IlKEAKFAST.
The great apietir.er, tonic and liver regulator,
la use for nnre than .VI veara in Kngland,
I'ositive secitic for liver complaint; had taste
in the mouth on arising In the morning, dull
pains in the head and liack nt the eyes, tired
feeling, diuines, langor symptoms of liver
complaint. Kemedv Vr Henley a r.ngli.h
Dandelion Ionic Relieves constliatliin, .liar
pens the apiietite and tones up the entire sys
U'ui. Uet the genuine fmm your druggist for
SI, and take according to directions.
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
California, to laiative snd nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plant
known to be most beneficial to the
human ivstem, forming theUNLY PER
FECT REMEDY to set gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one it using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
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. San FaaNcisco, Cal.
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satisfactlusw Shots) corner of Eighth street I
O. N. rKAZEK . 1
It It Wore Tills Way.
It a bill wero submitted to tbe farmers of
Oregou to-morrow to reduce their taxes paid
to the Mtiile, it would be carried.
If they were told that their state treasury
was full and there was no need (or the mon
ey at Salem, the majority would be still
If they were told that they wire being
taxed to protect other men, uot farmers, in
their occupation and save them competition,
the majority would be still larger.
If ih-'y were told not only was this the
rase, but that they wore taxed to set up
other uieu iu business, you could hardly get
the polls open early enough.
And if they were told that they were being
taxed iu order that the men thus set up iu
bumuess and protected, might charge them
lull pnoe lor su article aud sell It abroad lor
half price their ludignaliou would be so
great that no farmer would stay at home ou
Tut tbe National Government in place of
tbe mate Uoverument, aud for (be Mate lax
say Federal tax, aud you have it exactly.
l)ltd a Tauper.
Last week we stated that Mrs. Miriam
I'ayue was taken to l'ortland, where her
son, who hvl disposed of her property to
his advantage, would take ohsrga of ber.
I'pon her arrival there her sou would not
recognize ber, aud would have nothing to do
with ber. She wai taken lo St. Vincent's
hospital where she died Saturday. The
body was brought to this city and interred In
the Masonic cemetery. What kind ol a low
down dirty dog is this son called Dr. Payne?
After going through his mother's properly,
(ill) seres of choice laud, be leave her to die
iu her old age couuty charge. A good
dose of lar aud feather la about what he
wants. If be should come here, there is no
doubt but what he would get it. Telephone
Itegistor. The Dallea Times-Mountaineer: The
burning of Mr. E. L. lioynton't barn at
Kingsley Sunday night is a great loss to
him. There was very little wsrning of tbe
conflagration, and he did everything be
could to Have his building and animals. One
stallion was taken out, but Orieut, the Per
cberon horse, was so furious that it waa dan
gerous to approach him. It will be recol
lected that this stallion was the oue which
seriously injured Mr. Uoynton'i boy some
weeks since. Tbe lire originated Id the up
per part ol tbe barn, and the oauae of it is
a mystery. Mr. ltoyntou, In trying to save
the l'erchoron horse, received wounds on
bis head from tbe fire. lie attempted to
crawl Into the manger to save Orieut, but
the tire wag so tierce that be could not enter.
Mr. ltoynlon sayt that he would give con
siderable, to have a picture of the stallion aa
he looked when tbe tluiuos encircled him.
Ue was the personification of demoniac fury,
and he expressed it iu every look aud move
ment. Wbilo Mr. Doyuton regrets the loss
of such a valuable horse and the ornel death,
ho feels that it is a great relief to be rid of
sucb a vicious brute.
Mr. aud Mrs. MuMurray kept hotel at
Harrisburg uutil the last term of circuit
court, says tbe Albany Herald, when Airs
M. obtaiued divorce because she had found
ber liege lotd tlugrunte del.icto with pretty
missiouary who was slopping at tbe hotel
wbile collecting luuda lor tbe neatuen
Alter Mrs. M. secured her divorce and shin
ped her faithless busbund, she bethought
berot a former busliand named Hall from
whvm she was divorced back east before she
married McMurray, and the youthful love
rekludleu. Uull bad moved west to lialltor
uia, but she traced him, letters passed
breathing tender feelings aud now Mr. and
Mrs. Hall are proprietors ot tbe Harrisburg
hotel as happy as doves until another mis-
sluuury come along at least,
Tbe Sesttle, Wash., Press lays: It is es
timated that (hero are tlUOO acre planted la
primes, 1UUU ol wblcb are in (Jlarke county
Tl. . ...- 1 I , . ... 1 1. - 1 -
1 uo avrrngo uillliuor Ul wwws MJ IU. auio in
1UU. The average number of pounds
dried fruit for tree of two years
growth is 2500 to the acre. Tbe average
price per pouud during tbe last live years
baa been, Ilaliau prunes, lu oeuls; r rencn, v
cents; Uermsn, tt cents. Italian prune,
grade, per buudred fresh from tbe tree, 30 to
UU ceuts; (Joriuau, (HJ oenls to VI. It Is esti
mated that there are 000,000 acres of land in
the state that can be profitably devoted to
tbe cultivation of tbe prune, thus showing
tbat It is destined to be one ol tbe great lu
duslries of tbe slate,
I'laindealer: Tbe Kealster and Receiver
of the Kosebnra land office nave been au
tborized to move tbe olllce from liars, s
building lo Abraham's building on tbe corner
of Oak and Jackson Street. The new quar
ters are more commodious, being larger end
better arranged for tbe accommodation of
both tbe publio and the convenience of the
officers. Mr. Geo. W. Kimball, the map
maker, will also bave rooms on tbe same
floor convenient to tbe register's ofiloe. Tbe
public will take note of this obange. ibe
entrance will be on Jackson street, south
side of tbe store, by a stairway leading to
Yannlna Heniililirn In the earlv davs
Ueo. Meggiuson took as a wite an Indian
woman ol the Sixes tribe. He lived with
ber until bis death, which happened about
three years ago. and always called and ac
knowledged ber as bis wife. He bad by her
three children, two of wbom are now living
He left large amount of property in this
county and be was also heir to considerable
to bis falber estate in Illinois, ins wile
snd children sre justly entitled to this prop
eity, and we bone tbey will get it without
delay aud trouble.
Speaking of the recent sad death, by bis
own baud, ol William Hprague, jr., a fen
dleton reiideut says he was pieseut in Vsb
ington when the advent of tbe young beir
was celebrated by a splendid reception at
tbe residence of his ersndfatbor, Hon. S. P.
Chase which cost in tbe neighborhood of
1 10.000. No one then imagined that tbe
child of fortune, who was bora Into the
world under such auspicious circumstances
would meet witb such a tragic end.
According lo the Seattle Tdegraph there
is a big imursnue war imminent In that
city. The preseut rates still range from 6
to 10 per cent, having been screwed up Im
mediately after the big fire. Now tbat sub
stantial improvements have been made In
buildings tbronghoul the place, tbe property
owners are clamoring to get rid l of tbe in
terest rates imposed.
A quarter section of timber nesr Buckley,
'sahinoton. rerentlv sold for 116.000. it
was a very heavily covered eedar tract and
mmm hnnulil h (ha Whifa Rir Khinola
Company at Buckley. Tbis Is the highest
price known to have been paid (or a timber
i in woicn iisa no oiner tbiuv e&uvpi ua
Tbe state bstcbery at Simon gave birth to
11X1,000,000 trout tbis season, up to tbe pres
ent. Tbe eggs are brought (rom Shovel,
Trout aud other creeks tributary to Klamath
river, and Ibe young trout are placed in tbe
stream of California.
A Scrap of History.
Speaking of tbe recent death of a Tilla
mook Indian snd tbe generally peaceful
and friendly record of tbe tribe, AI. Uussey
was prompted to remark that tbey owed
their good uinunera to early training and
discipline. It was many year ago, so many
tbat be would not nudertnke to fix tbe
dale, but Win, Chriauiau tbinks it was in
'47. A settler and bis family living on the
I'ppcr Yamhill in the vicinity of Oram!
Uoude, was murdered and tbe bouse bo med
to tbe ground. There was no cluo to the'
perpetration of the deed. All that remained
was tbe ashes of tbe dwelling and tbe charred
bones of the occupants, and for some time
Ibe matter remained shrouded iu mystery,
Some time later a settlement had been
formed iu Tillamook and one of the settlers
was engaged in posting notices (or a school
elecliou, and his proceedings were observed
by a Tillamook Indian, who finally inquired
i( tbe notice had any reference to
the murder aud was assured it had. Tbis
furnished a clew to the fact that the mur
der bad been perpetrated by a Tillamook
Indian or Indians, that Ibe secret was in tbe
keeping of tbe tribe. When this intelli
gence reached the settlement along the Yam
hill, a party of tiO or 70 was organized Mr.
llussey tbiuks tbey were from both Yam
bill and Polk conuties and started out with
rittes to hive an interview with the red who
were encamped on Tillamook bay. When
they reached there it was fouud that the In
dians were on tbe opposite side. Some
eight or ten of the settler went serosa in
boats, the otheis going around by land. Tbe
party who eroased tbe bay arrived first, and
were met with hostile demonstrations, tbe
Indians supposiug themselves largely in the
majority. Tbey got oat their guns aud
showed fight, but by parleying with them
the whites managed to dolay operations un
til the land forces arrived on the scene.
This was great surprise to them, and tbey
yielded gracefully, l'hey were given an op
portunity to produce tbe murderers of the
Grand ltonde settlers, which tbey did. The
settlers were simply desirous of meting
out justice to the actual offenders and of
teaching their associates a wholesome les
son, Oue Iudian was bung and another
who had been tuined over against whom tbe
evidence was not conclusive, was allowed to
go free while, one of the squaws who
was in some way connected with tbe ailuir,
was shorn of ber raven tresses and returned
to her tribe. The Tillamook Indiaus have
always been friendly toward tbe whites.
Want a Day of Rest.
A scheme is on foot to make tbe luxury of
a Sunday shave a thing of tbe past. It orig
inated with L, JS. Uillet and 1. A. Lucas,
local lonsorial artists, and tbe state legisla
ture will be asked to aasist in bringing
about tbe desired end by passing a law, mak
ing it an onense rot barber shops to open ,
for business on Sundays. The gentlemen
have had printed a petition to tbe legisla
ture with the idea ot having a law enacted,
and will circulate the same in this city,
Portland, East Portland and Albiua, Mr.
Uillet leaving on Sunday night for that pur
pose. The petition, which it is expected all
the barbers in the oitie named will sign,
reads as follows:
To the Senate and House of Representatives
of the State of Oregon:
We, the undersigned, being engaged in
the business ot barbering in the state of Or
egon and wishing to have one day of rest
each week, most respectfully poiition your
honorable body to enact a law making it un
lawful tc keep open any barber shop or to
carry on or conduct the business of barber
ing on Sunday, and as in duty bound, we,
your petitioners, will ever pray,
After a suspension of operations for nearly
ten months, on Tuesday, the government
resumed work on the Yequiua Bay jetties,
with Mr. J. 8. Polbemus as engineer in
charge. On Tuesday morning a large force
of men were set at work clearing tbe cover
ings to Ibe oars and machinery, aud putting
derricks, machinery and other portions of
the plant ia working order. 1 be scows will
be put on ways and recautked and as soon
as tbey are ready, tbey will begin lo bring
rock from the ouarrr no the river. Work
olearing the dirt from the top of the ledge at
tbe quarries haa commenced under Joe
Daughterly. About forty men will be em
ployed at the quarries. The first rock will
be put In tbe north jolty. Mr. Polbemus
tbiuks it probable tbat the north jetty will
be extended some tbis fall. All tbe men
will be employed tbat can be worked
to advantage. If tbe winter is
open and favorable the woik will be
pushed without cessation all Ibe season.
This means more prosperous times on Ya
quina Bay. Capt. Symonds cannot decide
fully on what class or amount ot work he
will do tbis winter until full instructions are
received from headquarters.
Y'aquina Republican: Captain Symoos,
U, 8. engineer under wboae charge the har
bor improvement ia being carried on, called
for bids for tbe towing on Ysouina Bay.
Tbe following boats sent In bids: Wslluskl
f 150 per month, Favorite 500, T M Rich
ardson 9525, Lillian 533, Chinook f 5D0.
The Walluskl's bid being tbe lowest was
awarded the work. If tbe government suc
ceeds in getting all branches ol the work
done as cheap as the towing the appropria
tion will be very economically expeuded.
Give Them a Cbaiicel
That is to say, your lungsi Also all your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it is. Not only the larger air
passages, but tbe thousand of little tubes
and cavities leading from them. When
these are clogged and choked with matter
which ought uot to be there, your lungn can
not do their work. And what they do, they
cannot do weel. Call it oold, congh, croup,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any of
the family of throat and nose and head and
lung obstructions, all are bad. All ought to
be got rid of. There is just one snre way
to net rid of them. That is to take Bos-
chee's German Byrup, which any druggist
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even it
everything else haa failed you, yon may de
pend upon this for certain.
About four years ago my attention was
called to Dr. Miller's Cough Cure, sinoe which
tima I hava nd It with old and vonnir with
the most satisfactory result. In fact I keep it
always on hand. K. J. TRUMBULL, of
Trumbull k Beebe, Seedsmen and .Vurwry
mn, San Francisco, Cab For sale at E. U.
Luckey k Co s.
A sure cure for the whisky habit: Dr
Livingston's Antidote for drunkenness wil
cure any ease ot the liquor habit in from ten
to thirty days, (mm me moderate onuker ro
the drunkard. Tbe antidote can be giveu
in a cup of coffee without tbe knowledge of
ine person rasing it. iu. auuuuib wo, lui
injure tbe health in any way. Manufac
tured by the Livingston Chemical Co., Fort
land, Oregon, or from Osburn Co., Lu-gene.