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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1896)
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I J. J. Wall"", attorney -iit-hiw.
M,v lo I.iuii mi farm. Empire i.f
ru iir,- VVulton.
; tir (! w. ni'i ii" '"".v fr"""1
i r I i. Tnv n Olive stive- between
".i! ,.... Sixth sliet't, one block wet
Minnesota hotel. JIo I pre-
,ri"l t 'I" " l'''tul 'nrk 'M-Wt
(ii litem Hark !!
lliliyt rash price paid for Chittem
irk Ir ng yur "
rK W. Ham.kkm.
I Farms for Knlc
1 lisvn ii"W tlilrty farms In tho
Jillsiiiclte valley for sulo. These
include every variety In size mid
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1' tlr 1111. llilimi ni B't'iiii"!.
(IMI. M. M 1 1.1. Kit,
Wilkliii Block, Eugene, Or.
Important to Farmers.
AViKi:l.EK'H Hut'lKKKI. EXTKllMINA-
on the original and only article of It
ll Klvilljf Complete
o reduced from oO to
30 cei ts per
in. ror aiu oy
I Osuoks & DeLano,
I Eugene, Or.
Vatti.b foh Balk Four calves,
bc gisnl miliill oiiw Binl one thorough
i. Jersey Lull for sale cheap. A
ly lo A Klrkluii.l, river road, mar
l Mutiny limned.
First Mortgage on Improved I'mp
rtv Negotiated: We are prepared to
(-pilule 11 rut mortgage upon iin
luved farm in Oregon, Washington
a.t Idaho with Eastern parti. h ami
sMgu capitalists at the UMlul rute of
interest. Mortgages renewed that
avelHvii taken by other companies,
Ou' out of hil-ducs. Addles (w ith
I MAKVIN iSWOKTS,
I Baker City, Or.
I'l.KXTV F Sacks. The Hprlnglleld
;ievaiur has on hand nil the Bucks
tiled, wiiieh will he li t out on the
I llurveluiis Ucsuil.
From u letter written by He v. Guii
jruiiin, of Dlnimidale, Mich., we are
eruiilted to make HiIn extract: "I
; ve no hesitation iti recommending
. 1 King's New Discovery us the re
tilts were almot marvelous In the
(Me of my wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist church ut Rives Junc
tion she wus brought down with pneu
monia succeeding lagrippe. Terrible
; ir.ixyi.iim of coughing would last
ours with little interruption and il
Dined at if (the could not survive
inn. A iriend recommended Dr.
ling's New Discovery; It wus quick
in its work and highly satisfactory in
u!ts.M Trial bottle free at llvll
rsoti A Linn's drug; store. Uegulur
ze, 50c and fl.
Harvest is in full blast.
The went tier is not so warm.
Zieh Smith wus in this vicinity lat
Mr. TwUley,a tan baik hauler, had
mi accident by one of his horses step
I oil of the grade near Mr. Rhine
i ults. There was no serious damage
ne. Iliii wide track wngnn does i.ot
Hie Kgypt rood.
Mr. MK)re, tho phrenology lecturer
i at 1'iiity measuring heudr'.
itev Wolf will prenchat this place
i xt Hundar.
H A Carter visited the county eut
I am glad that we w ill have a free
Iver president this election.
Jos Malteson is convalescent nt this
R U Kdwards killed a lare rattle
mikke the other day.
We are sorry to hear that Jasper
11111 lost his team. It seems that luok
tsaunliist him. He lost one In the
creek last year and ulso had one
crippled which he had to kill.
f RUDY "8 I'll.K BUriWlTORY.
Iriiimiite.'1 to euro I'tlei Cpntli.;io
rmuur retunili'.l. Ml eenl mT box. fwiia
MAK'l IN KI'liY, HckIU'(V1 rhruicll,lJincR-
l.r, r. Nu Hosti. Asswkrii. rurmieyy
lu-clKdniiiKluieviTfwlire, sua in luiueue
O.'vieun j osburu it vviu
i in Oregon Senator.
Balem Statesman: There having
Leen much opeculatlon relative to the
part that United States Senator John
U Mitcheli would take In the emulug
presidential campaign, the SlatesmnD,
aihort time lnce, addressed a letter to
tile senator requesting n expietslon
from him on this m itter The follow
ing dispatch received last night, there
fwe. is self-explanatory
;"Ati.antic City, N J, July 20. I
'ipect to reach Portland not later than
Auvust 15th. and will do all in my
lwer to hold Oregon in the republi
caucolumu, but I cannot make any
ktittii.r.Miii.i.is in sixak until after
Naching home, igned) John H
iThM Kit of Portland Rose-
bur ' and Fa'em. savs the St alciiinin,
.. . . .
oxpeot to liold a clam bake at New
port ou Sunday and Monday August
lh and 10 li. On Saturday evening ex
cursion trains will carry the members
of this benevolent and social order to
Albany, whence they go to the &ca
side by special train, returning Tues
day morning, August 11th. N.arly
all of the iiiwiiliers of the three lodge
oamed are exnected to attend this
grand outing excursion, and a royal
good time Is promised them, as It I
Veil known that of all the fraternal
orders In existence, the B P O E is
the most social, and a transient broth
er Mi their midst l sure to meet With a
brotherly reoeption and treatment
that nt once makes 111 in feel at home.
1 Win J Bryan will be notified of bis
Oouiluatlon'at M idisuu Sjuare garden,
Tumatix-s are in the market.
A middle for 13 at I'rcslou A Hale'
CommlMloiiei court next Wedii.-
I -I I II r. .i .....
iiv iii.iivun.'iin mu i.ir nuoiucr warm
The hiuoke has marly nil (limp
pearrd. The H i pile .lilver is workliiir In
Three hob.M were run in today by
I'olic. inun (.'roller.
Wall paper, lime and cement.
K I. Chambers.
Tlie Mi lv.'ii.i.' slae went out this
moi-uint; uitn a full loi.d.
T'iee are hard days on the city edi
tor, ns Ileum are exeeedlunly ncaice.
A good cook Move $!.0O.
!' I. Chumbers.
S II Friendly
chittlm bark to
Try I'reston Sl Hale's null cure. They
Trout (lslilng is reported better along
the McKeiizlu river than for a number
ttiroiignoui the country.
A good rain
Whips "i ("iits and
up at rnsioii it
Ac.or.liiiK to the uo.iL'f on Die pier
at the river bridge the Willamttte now
register '.') feel.
The Hillary of the president of the
State Oregon Agricultural college is
filjtO kt yeur.
The U -eiie foundry nt Sprinlleld
has isi'ii started up nnd is now run
ning full blast.
Campers' tinware. Threshers' out
fits. F L t'huiuU'rs.
Italliiiig In the river is still ipille
impulai witli our young people and
some older ones.
Your horse w ill hot switch his tsll
over the tines with a Preston & Hale
Wils Owen I ivlng his family
Into the II C Oweh residence on Kast
(i'lite a iiumls r of Kng. ne jieople
will iitteiid the lk clam bake at New
port next mouth.
It Is rumored Unit Secretary Morton
will run for president on the demo
cratic gold ticket.
All kinds of thresher extras ordered
F L Chamls rs.
It is thought that it Will take four
mouths yet to hang Theodore Dtiraul,
the S:ii Francisco iiui.ilerer.
A good many of our citizens will
leave nu their vacations Imimdiiilely
uftei the llrst of the mouth.
We understand Hint there are about
40 iKople at Folev Spring, .') lt Uel-
knaps ami uo ill .ieiv. r.ie ii."k'.
The residence of WF Williams, at
Pullman. Wash., wns destroyed by fire
on Sun.lnv evening. The loss is $r.M.
Dojoulnck faith and love health?
Let us establish your faith and restore
your health witli DeWllt'sSarsapHril-
Ot-Bi'KN & DkLa.no.
Tho thermometer registered 83 de
grees In Hie shade this ufterno hi, a
little warmer than lor se erui ujs
It Is thought the Bryan electoral
ticket 111 Oregon will consist of two
democrats nnd a like nuinb-r ot popu
lists. Quite a number of changes and im
provements have been made on I K
Peter's feed and supply store on Otli
A cup of Parks' Tea at n'ght moves
the bowels In the morning without
pain or discomfort. It Is a great
health giver and blood purifier. Sold
by A. YER'iNQTON.
Not until the new womau Is ad
mitted lo tho order of Free Masons
will she feel that she has conquered
Several hobos have Iron, doing the
town today. They wert quite bold,
begging from almost every one they
melon the streets.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures
colds, croup and whooping cough. It
is pleasant, Bafe and reliabK For sale
by Osburn & DeLano.
J. B. Young Bold a coyote scalp to
Clerk Jennings for f'J today. 'Ihe
animal was caught In a trap at rail
Creek. It had been killing sheep and
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will pu
rify your blood, clcai your complexion,
regulate your bowels and makes your
head as clear a a bell. 25c, 6dc, and
$1.00. Henderson & Linn.
Miss Fay ne Strahsn. formerly of Al
bany, has gone to liomion, necoin-
y 1 . . . .. ...... It. ni.ltn
paillea oy ner mouier,
SlieU a daughter of the late Judge
Tactile good word along the line.
Piles can e quickly :ured without an
operatlou by simply - applying
Wilt's Witch Ilar-el naive.
Osbukn A DkLano.
Some ihtsoii has stolen F A Ran-1,1..--
u..,l H M Yorall's wheelbnrrows.
Tills shows conclusively that Eugene
has at least one gentleman who Is will
ing to loll.
I Hi re
blood means good health. Di
Witt's Sarfapaiilla purifies the blood,
cures eruptions, lezema, scrofula aud
.11 AX.mim ii rial HIT from impure blood.
0.-I1UKN A DkLa.no.
Th IT of O otictis peveti weeks from
i.. . i i.... i,,. i. -.il of live weeks, as
i.. Ii'... ci'iHii. The school
r.. ,i o f .11 i. rn. .hi the 14th or
mini i-'i .....
S nteinl er.
' ..,.ir.I..lin II Mitchell will be in
(Ireuon 111 a few week A go. n uimi
i .. oi.vliiiile wutcliimr to K-e
whit he will do jioiitleally, and how-
be will do it.
Kl.tln's Cure Is sold on a guarantee,
It cures Incipient consumption. It Is
n.n i- umiirh cure. Only one cent a
A its.T&0cts., f I. S,dd by Hen
derson A Linn.
TheOCAliIi Is the only evening
i.. tr.i,nn l list vesterday pub-
" l l the election of Hon H B Miller,
"I ..1...1 r the Corvallis college,
i . .... i -ji ......is ix-r month: sub-
II iiiiij v"---. I
serilsj at once.
The dwelling of J D Wilkerson, near
New Era. was 'jurneu mm"
.?..i ' .11 of ihe furniture and
houholdeflectiof the family being
also delnye.l. I ue i f
Oakland item In Roseburg Revlewi
u- -ir... I.-... i-nia are now liug
made for enlarging the working forte
on the Bohemia rd. Thorough or
gauization is now about perfected, and
with a force of M or 0 men this eiiler"
prise will be ushetl rapidly to comple
lion. Stoves to fit every bod) ' purse, from
H.OOtoMOOO. Jj,t bought a bank
nipt stock of three car loads.
F. L. Chamber.
Albany iXMiioerat: Hon Dinger
Hermann Is nt Ya.pilna Bay. Mr
Hcrmnun has done enough for Ysqtil
n to entitle lilm In extra privllegisi.
Even the wave should treat him
1'cri.on who have a coughing spell
every night, on itccoiint of a tickling
sensation in ihe throat, may overcome
it at once by a dose of One Minute
Osui K.N & DkLano.
SHI LOU'S CURK, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is in great demand.
Pocket si.e contain tweiity-dve dos's
only ij?. Children love it. Sold by
Henderson & Linn.
"Wake up, Jacob, the day Is break
ing!" so said DeWltt's Little Early
Risers to the man who had taken
them to arouse his sluggish liver.
Unburn & DeLano.
Grant County News: That reported
sheep yam over near I zee wherein
several men were killed Is a big ywrn.
So far hs we 'mve been able to learn,
the only indication of a battle In that
country whs when two neighboring
ladies got into a scrap.
I've a secret In my heart,
A tale I would Impart,
If you'd even fairer be
You must always use Paiks' Tea
The Improvement you will see,
Sold by A. Ykhinotov.
An exchange says: A new $1 silver
certificate has proven very popular.
Payments In silver certificates will al
ways be acceptable no matter how
large. The silver back of It could east
ly be taken care of. i room OlixiMI feet
would hold all the silver coin and bul
lion In the world.
Small iu size, but gieat In results.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers net
gently but thoroughly, curing Indi
gestion, dyxpepsla and constipation.
Small pill, safe pill, best pill.
Orilltnt.N A DkLa.no.
Riddle Star: W H Holden has se
cured the laud for a reservoir site on
the head waters of Canyon creek, from
which it is proposed to Hume water to
the large Lold bearing district in the
vicinity of Canyon ville and tills place.
Mr Holden is a man of push, energy
and determination and we predict suc
cess to hi plans.
Purks' Sure Cure Is a ssllivesecine
in nil discuses of the Liver and Kid
neys. By removing the uric acid in
the blood it cures Rheumatism. S. B
Basford, of Carthage, S. Dakota, says:
"I believe Parks' Sure Cure excels all
other medicines for Rheumatism nnd
Trlnnry disorders." Sold by A. Ykr-
It is the same old story and yet con
stantly recurring that Siiuiuoi.s Liver
Rulator Is Ihe best family medicine.
"We have used It in our family for 8
years and find It the best medicine we
ever used. We think there Is no such
nediclne us Simmons Liver Regu
lator." Mrs M E 8 Addingtoii, Frank
lin, N C. "Each member of our fam
ily uses It as occasion requires." W B
Smith, Mt Vernon, Ky.
Last summer one of our grand chil
dren was sick with a severe bowel
trouble. Our doctor's remedies had
failed, then we tried Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dlurihua Remedy,
which gave very cedy relief. We
regard it as the best inediciue ever put
on the market for bowel complaluts.
Mrs E O Gregory, Fredcrickstown,
Mo. This certainly I the best med
icine ever put on the market fur dys
entery, fcuiiiinir complaint, colic and
cholera infantum in children. ll
never falls to give prompt reliel when
used In reasonable time and the plain
printed directions are followed. Many
mothers have expressed their sincere
gratitude for the cures it has effected.
For sale by Osburn & JJeUiim.
July 30, 18!HI.
Orinold, H H,
Graham, Miss Mil.
Stowell, Miss A,
Bishop. J L.
Dick, Jlev j m,
Dunn. Mr W II,
(latch, T li,
A rhsree ol one rem win ne m.i mi ..
Intern xlroii 'il- IVrsom ruling lor Winers
will i.leswi lUie wneil siivumiu'i.
1 I1 I rmhi li M
Jnlv2!). An Ordeisa dis
patch to the Times announces that of-
I. . . . a I... ..IP.... I I, a! Ilia
tidal reports are w hie cucvi .
hurupi hits li.H'ii a failure throughout
the most fertile grain-producing dis
tricts in the south or .tusia.
vv. . Wants IIU00. $4000 of O
money ordered distributed remains lo
.1,0 i.uiwU nf Hie elerk of court await-
It is in about 800 dill'er-
Ulll Ollll llllt. mostiv ill sinull sum.
vi. .in nut the c nimanis can ir
. . . ,1
their money, or are I hey dead, or have
tho checks been transterred beyond
Buckleu'8 A rule Salve,
ti. Ik-Hi Salve in the world
Cuts, Bruises. Sores,
Rheum, Fever Sores, fetter, Chamied
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Ililii'in, - - . - 1,11....
eruptions, and positively cu
,r no iiiiv renuirvd. It is g
luni 1 lien.
i,r no IIIIV rClUirvil. 11 in SuniB...,
to eive is.rfc t wtlsfact or money
refunded. 1 nee - iy.' i
For sale by Henderson a. i-mn.
ivtikvstin'ii Rkvivai.. A revival
....'.l.......,l l,v the Free Methodists is ill
progress at Ihe Ping Yang school Imui-e
.... iii Mohawk, and is said to have
ilisn the usual interi
ihe resi1l.1i- ! i!ul vicinity
. minili t have already Ullite.
u.ii. Thu idiureh through its liiiluenw.
nHT ourl, July 3).
For Ixsamty.-TIiob Mu'.key, who
l.s Is-en living wun in ua.ig..-.,
vi , Mrkns. who resides mar this city
will be examined for imsaultv this
evening. Mr MulUey has been in the
ssylum once before.
ITKRIT Horn. Sidney Kcott ha
.i.i i.u interest In the butcher shop
formerly owned by Scott A Hymau to
r il,.. will continue the
.11.I1 e. Ml Scott will give the c.ii
Abie's i-moe his entile alteutlon.
THURSDAY, J I' LYoO.
D( Lowe leaves Sunday.
Mechanics are generally busy llovi.
Ir. Finley, dentist, room ::,Imi ii lilk.
The Ice works Is still doing a good
Financial discussions are plentiful
The whistle of the steum thresher
can be heard.
A new crosxiug was put In by the M
E church today.
An immigrant train passed through
town lal night.
Moulding at half price at Wheeler
The 1n.11 bark haulers are now deliv
ering their product.
Dr (' W Lowe is thinking of making
his homo In Eugene.
The finishing are being placed on
the Frank building.
Only one A O U W iissessmeiit for
t lie month of August.
A fine phaeton f 100.
F L Chambers.
rather scarce this year.
A steam threshing outfit passed
through town last evening.
A fine light buggy for H'.'.OO.
F L Chambers.
Dr. Fiuley. denHst.rooiiiS.Duiin blk.
The Eastern republican headquarters
will to opened In New Yoik tomor
row. New and second hand buggies.
F L Chiuntors.
M A Mill. r bus sold his drug busi
ness at Lebanon l O C McFurluud, of
Tlie hardware stores nr.' daily send
ing out hii I111111. use quantity of bind
Stoves at half price.
F L Chambers.
The open season for killing deer bo
gius August I and continues until De
Lumber at Wheeler Bros' yard
cheusT than you can buy In the mld
d le of tlie run.!.
Postmaster l lai intends making a
niimlH-r of iiuprovemeiitH to Ills
dwelling at once,
Side walking a small lot nf clear
dressed for tlie price of common to
close. Wheeler Bros' yard.
CT Grillln has moved his family In
to the house first d.sir south of tlie U
11 church on Ferry street.
The B Reed opened Ihe republican
campaign lit Alfred, Main.', yesterday.
Honest money wus his Ihcme.
Mr I'.ryan bus ree.lve.1 six rabbits
feet, a great many four leaf clovers, k
horse sin? and two love birds.
Advice from many hop yards state
that the lice are becoming thick. Be
fore the last week very few were
Lnno county bus 7,.W children of
school age, stau. ling fifth among the
counties. The total number In the
slate Is lJ!,H.'i
ASilem llspatch says: John Gay
wns discharged from tlie penitentiary.
He served two years for forgery com
niitted In Lane county.
The Eugene ice works wl'l ship
number carload of ice to Roseburg
Saturday. This w ill make the sixth
car load' sent to that place since July 1.
The Burns city council ha purchas
ed a (list class lire engine for Burns.
The low 11 has long toen without any
means of fighting fire.
Bv refusing to accept payment on a
government claim which had Ihi-ii
satisfied many years ago, but had toen
overlooked, K ll Lewis, of Raleigh, N
('.saved Uncle Sam the neat sum of
f 4 1, 000.
fl..n V MeConiiell. who emUzzled
fiooo of the K of P is now accused of
using flOOO of money of Mrs H G
Mat hies, which was in his hands to
turn over to her, but which he sient
in high living.
No candidate whose name ended
In N ever failed to be elected president,
either one time or another, whilst ten
out of twenty-three presidents enoeo
their names w till in.uui one was never
president whose name ends In Y.
Whilo In swimming lasi ween 111
the river above Independence, uien
Goodman saw something bright shin
ing In the water and dove down for It.
Il proved to be a silver coin atom the
size of a dollar, made in Saxony, and
We are anxious to do a Utile good in
this world and oati think or no pleas
anter or better way to do It than by
recommending One Minute Cough
ure as a preventive of pneumonia,
consumption and other serious lung
troubles thai loliow negiecie.i cm. is.
An imiM-ttl hns been Issued by the
Department of Agriculture for the ob
servance of a "bird day," in tho pub
lic schools throughout the country
that children may to Instructed In tlie,
VHlue of birds and tho means ol pro
tecting them from wanton destruction.
It would to hard to convince a mun
HUlIVrlug from bilious colio thai his
agony is due to a microbe with an un-
pronouncablo name. But one dose 01
DeWltt's Collo and Cholera Cure will
convince him of Its power toallurd
insUiit relief. It kills piiin.
Ohbukn & DkLano.
Hp . 1 . (. nnd lluirli Gray arrived
home lust evening, after an absence of
two weeks. They left here Intending to
go to Prineville and Baker City, but
w hen they reached tl.esummll of the
Cascades the doctor was taken wiin a
severe attack of rheumatism. Hicy
returned to Foley Spring where uiey
remained u'ltil he was improved.
When wo C insider that the Intes
tines are alsiut five limes as long as
the body, wo cun realUe the Intense
suffering experienced when 1 hey are
Inlluiued. DeWltt's Colicand Cholera
Cure subdues hillammatlon at once
and completely removes the dlmculty
Osulkn It DkLano.
K11I. -in Statesman: Mrs Zarilda Mil
ler and James R Coleman, who have a
i..riii Imn acreage aooui line nines
x.iniifii Ka eiii. have commou-u ao,
OUO pounds of the current year's crop
to A I-ehuiun A Co., of Cincinnati, for
0 cents per pound; one 01 the provis
ions of the contract hemg that an ad
vanee of 4 cents w ill to made al pick
Eli Hill. Luuils r City, pa., wrttesi
"I have been sufleilng from piles f.ir
25veuMand thought my case luoura
ble. DeWitt's Wile.ll Hel Salvo was
rooutumetided to me I'He cure. 80 1
U.ught a tox and 11 performed a per
manent cure." This Is only one of
thousands of similar cures. Kcxcnia,
sores and skiu di.eucs yield quickly
when il is Used.
t sl'.T OiuM. Jul)' ,i
W K Walker Has l.i loan lo.liy.
Mrs tiei ie I'!, list.. u I:, a gn t dull
Harry Welder Is down from I'oitace
Al Kit) ketidnll has returned from
Tom Millerd was dow n from Cot
luge Grove today.
Attorney A C Woodcock titurn.d
from Portland today,
Le- Lander returiie.l today from a
visit to Linn ivuniy.
The Craig paity left for Rclklinp
springs this inoruliig.
Wiley (irifliu hilsiiceept.ua ( osilhui
in the llollmiin House.
Mrs, Nor 1 Is Brown was nu anlval
(HI tlie afternoon t.-nln.
Horace McKinley is visiting his
friends In Eugene again.
W T Nelson waj. a passenger to Cot
tage Grove llils afternoon.
Airs W E Loughmlller returned to
day from a visit at l'oillami.
James Belknap, of McKc u.i Bi i.lge
precinct, wus In Eugene today.
W T Kizer, the Elniira merchant
aud piwtniaMer, was In the city today.
Piof E B McElroy is home again for
a few day. Ho Is I. Miking splendidly
Win R.uislmw nnd Ml"-" Lulu K.-u
sliaw returned from Foley Springs
George Hall Sr., writes that he will
tint return from the McKenzie U-fore
Prof E B McElroy en me up from his
farm near Monroe on a short vImIi.
He return-.! today.
Belij Miller nnd liimily nrrlved
thlsmorniugfr.ini New Mexico
w ill locate in Lane county.
Mr ami Mrs H.-my Hotl'mtui
leave for Newpoit tomorrow morning
lo spend two or three weeks.
Dr. w and Charlie Grillln wl;l h ave
again for McKcii.ic. Bridge 011 their
tandem bicycle, Saturday afternoon.
George ('roller bus been employed as
assistant M)llcctnan on theiilght force,
since the street lights have been .lis-IH-uscil
George W Pickett relni nid thisfore
noon (inn) a three weeks' trip to Mc
Kenzie Bridge. Ho report having hud
a pleasant outing.
lloraiv Burnett, Curtis Harris, Al
fred Mills nnd Archie l.lvel mole
started on their csuiping trip lo tlie
upper McKcii.ie this morning.
Iirnn.i airs v w rreinnv aim .us 1
Jessie Parks came down this morning I
from tlie former's claim in the Coast
Fork mountains, where they have
been forseveiul days past.
Staytoii item In S ilent Journal: Rev
Sanderson, Dean ol the Divinity col
lege at Euueiie, was In the city one
day last week soliciting aid for (lie
Ix-iicllt of the above named ivll.-ge.
Mis Annie Whit.-uk. r an iv.-d h.ui.e
today from a visit to Sail Francisco.
Sheeauieou last night's ll.yer, getting
oil' ut Albany. Mm win aceomp:.i'ied
by her sister, Mrs D W Jarvis, ol Port
land. Prof J V Johnson has returned from
McKenzie Bridge. His children will
remain at the place for sum., lime el.
Mrs Johnson is at Soduville to which
place Mr Johnson will go iuai'ayor
Dr J E Puyton. of lt--.lliui.ls, Califor
nia, but formerly of this city, who has
Ih-cii visiting friends aud relatives here
for a few days, went to Astoria today
and will stop there a few da) bctoro
What Const It ut es a Family Medicine?
A iri'srstliin which l .lit.-J to the relict
anil Ciil.-i slli. ii'iiU lo Hhli-li ui.Miili.-ri. .if s
hniiMihiilil In 111. ml .iliji.-l, sn.l w lili-li l not
only slleK.il to .1" this, hut lis l"K sua nn-
t.lllnulv nrovisl tin n lil 1 It v In .In It, s.-nn-l if
.l. iiTv.i lh Ullf "t n liHl.lu Ksi.Hly M.-.lf-cine.
Aluniiic litn.-li.iiiuii-l rl'-rittl.iti.
Inch 4-x tierlolifl-i mi-1 1 lit- KSin-tl.iii nl lln m.-.'.
Ii-luu ir.il.-iiii lii'lii-st.' .1 rvliiK ol h..ii-
Isr n-Ksnl nil Miill.l.-.n'e, I" lln-ti-li.-r sii.ni-
Sl-ll Illll.TP, S lll.-llll-tlltf Mlllill-J t.l It..' ITH.il-
estliill nl lyii!nls, oiimmpilnli nii-I IiIII.mi
liu's, the llirce miiHt lri-fiit-nt .h-i-uiiiik sllini-liU
tlnil Tt-x iiisnklnd Pi-riVi-'l Inun Iilaiiut
ir. I1KSI-. It " elll.-l.-lil n.-ll ks liur,' slid
h hulciMiinii. It r.-h.-TM ni-rv.iiis li..il.l.nlo
ml li luai-llvlly ol ihr kl.lni-ys an.l im.ti-r-a.-ti
a u-iiit.'iic In rhi-.iiiiaiiMin. K.ir reiit-wltiK
llaiitfiUK iirenitwi an.l liuniriiiiii a.M-tilii It .-an
Im i tn l lil 1 1 y r ll.-.l iihiii l. i.-r ami asuo,
thvuiiiatliiu ami d.-lilllty are r-nn-.l 1 l lir II.
Hkkk'h tiik Law. It shall be un
lawful lor any person or persons lo
drive any steam tructioii or portable
engluo over any bridge or culvert oil
any public, street or highway wiiiini
the state witliout using on such bridgu
or culveit, for tho purpose of securing
Its safety, four stout pieces of plank
each of which shall lis ut least ten feet
In length, 0110 foot In w idth and two
Inches III thickness, two of said piece
of plunk to to always under the w heel
of said steam traction or portable en
vine whilo it shall be crossing said
brldgo or culvert. Tlie penally for tho
violation of any of the provisions of
this act will to held lesponslbl.i for
any and all damages done to county
bridges or culveits and will to prom
cuted to the full extent of the law.
We ni'ght tell you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but you probably
know that it our. s a cough. Every
0110 docs who litis used It. It is a per
feet remedy for coughs, colds, houri-e-nes.
Il 1 an especial favorite for
children, being pleasant to take and
quick III curing.
Ohiickn A DkLano.
psiiv (hum, July ).
A W a km 1 no. A young man w as
seen to steal tlie GuaKIi from Ihedisir
of a subscrils-r last evening. We huvo
many complaints from the same chii-c,
and we give notice right lit re Unit th.
next person detected 111 the crime win
to arrested and piosecuieii in me 11111
extent of tho law.
Pally .iuanl, Jul)' :''!.
Bio Ti.mk at Ca yoik. -Two mutch
guinea of base bull w ill lie played oil
the (11 vole bust bull grounds next
Sunday. A very large crowd Is ex
iiected to witnesi the game Ollu r
aiiius.-in. ntH will also to had. Every
i. I i rf p v VJ
- r i , i )
f r, u n
ssat, ' " S ' eiTUnilT
' - III). IVW I
Trtltm?-Lt Absolutely Painleaa
' ' CO.
, , . '-'iiij,
Will 3l.il U (hi KiUt. .
P.'ltTI.A.l, July 111, ls'.si.
ToTHH I'.iiii.ik: l or the purpose
of advertising Oregon this Ismrd 111
send a car f Oregon products to ti e
Minnesota Statx Fair, which will be
held ut St Paul August ,'llst to Sp.
t. uils r .llli Inclusive. Excellent spine
has beel. reserved fortius exhibit in
the main pavilion. During the tun-.-of
the State Fair the Grand Army en
campment is held in Sl Paul and
Knights of Pythias Conclave is held
In Miuneiipolis, so thai it Is eXH-ct-d
that at least one-half million -.i,l.-will
view Oregon's exhibit. This
board will bear the entire expense nf
this exhibit, but It is ask. d I hut the
H-ople of Oregon Hssist us to make an
exhibit worthy of the state. It 1 de
sired to exhibit grain, grass, fruit,
minerals, wimi.I, fish, wool, hops, veg -
Tlie Saul hern Pacific Railroad Com
pany w ill lransMirt to this city tree of
clung.-; all exhibit shipped from
points along the O R A X Co trail and
bout ,1 must to marked "charge col-
The local newspaper aro requested
to oiler to receive nnd forward all sped-
incus for the exhibit. The people who
d.-sire (11 assist. If Itiev desire, noiv al
dress the undersigned for further infor
mation. All specimen should bo carefully
packed. Local Immigration so.'l.-ties
..r nlhcr organizations, or individuals,
w ho may have riut.d mailer for.lis
trlliullon, descriptive of their se tloll
are requested to send a supply witli
their exhibits, for distribution at SI.
We need Immigration to Oregon and
here is an excellent opportunity to
make known our resources nnd we
hope that the people will give lis their
co -operation. All exhibits must be
here 011 August 'J'.'ud, for the car leaves
here on August IMr.l.
Address all exhibit "Samples for
exhibition for Ihe Pacific Northwest
Immigration Board, Portland, Ore
gon." Without the word "samples for ex
hibition" the packages will not to car
ried free nil the S P R R.
Editor are requested to please lake
this matter up and lend us their aid 111
the upbuilding nnd development of
Very lespiH't full v your,
The Paeitlo Northwest "Immigration
E. C. M.IM KN,
There Is more rslarrn In llili noi-tlnu ol the
eniintry than all ulht-r ills axs. nu 1 hc-iIh-i- ami
mini the i-t lew years was a.iisii-1 tu he 111-i-iimMv
Kor a sri-ai man years ilnotnrs iro-nouii.-.'.l
II a lorsl illi.-si, alel lircserlhisl I.h-hI
r.-iii,-.ti.. ami hy euii'innlly lnllliit In rim with
1 il trvalm.'iit, ni.i.i.inc-.l it Int-illalili'.
S.-lrn.-i Im s prev.-n ratii-rh In Is a nin-lllllllitn-al
i-.. SH,-, aixl tlierrfori- r-..ilret r.iti.ltnll.iiial
trrtlill.-lit. Ilrtll's t'nlsrrh . nre. niHlllllH.-tlllril
hy K J hi-n.-y V .'11, l-ih-l.i, ohln, Is Ihe mil v
eiiiiHiltiltl.insi .-lire mi Ihe liinlki-l. It Is luki-n
inii-risliy In .l.i-a Ir.mi hi dmisi l.i a ti-seHtn
fill. 11 acta .llri-r. Ijr .111 tho hhHsl an.l si'ir.i.is
.it(iiiH n( tin. aysii-ui. Thi'T niter II. Inr any
em..- It Ml loenre. Hi-mf fir olieuiaia an.l
K J . i.rsrr A fi)., Tnlisln, tl.
g4J-&Ul ly ilriiKKli-t. i-ic.
Pally (instil, July M.
liKlt'iiNKIi.-Hon II B Miller the
newly elected president of the Oregon
Agricultural college, and II T Condon
returned from Corvallis last night.
They will go back lo Corvalll Satur
day and Mr Condon will enter at one,
upon his duties us secietary. Mr Mil
Id's family are at Granl's Puss nt pres.
cut, excptlng Mr Miller w ho w II
probably accompany Mr Miller Satur
!'' Co 11 11 kit. Albany Democrat: An
exchange In an Oregon town I telling
about how a brother editor has fall, d
to pay for painting his house nnd for
a ilru'v bill. Why hot get even with
soine of Hie subscribers and advertisers
w ho fall to pay their bills, or some of
the people who fall to liquidate for
their meat and groceries. A paper
might make Interesting reading In
these llelds If thut Is what is wanted.
Why thould an editor to made con
spicuous whe'i no doubt everybody Is
trying lo beat lilm.
Dll'IITIIKKIA El.lMINATKP. The
diphtheria eases III Ihe Johnson and
NeA'innn families have been reported
cured by the physicians. The resi
dences will 1st fumlgat.nl tomorrow,
after which tho quarantine will to re
moved. This practically eliminates
tho disease from Ihe city, a It has not
made nn appearance In any other fam
Ladies Duck Suits
Worth $5.00 For $3.35.
Bassiiz Kid Gloves
Worth $1.00 For 65 Cents.
J. D. MATLOCK &. CO.,
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.
On account of tho noor health of our family wo are compelled to
close nur store and leave Eugeno.much to tho regret of ourselves
and family. But as the hcultn of our family demands it, w
shull t'oiuin.iiice on
SATURDAY, JUNE, 13, '96,
Our o (Jreat o Zo$) o Out o 5alj.
During this sale everything will to sold at Auction Trice. It
you wish to buy good Cheap now I your opp irtuulty. Come
early before the stock Is broken. Nothing reserved. Every
thing In our storo goes.
WATCH THIS SPAOH.
The following Is a portion of Uti
game law and should he read by every
Section ti. I aci y person who hall
within the state of Oregon, between
tlio llrst day ol I, ei-mbi-r and the first
day of ScpicmU-r of the fnllouingyear,
tai.e, lull, Injun.- or .1. ntroy or have lu
p,,.,.-,,!,,!!, except for bleedilU plir-
po-.-s, or sell, or oib r for sale, any
grouse, plu a- iiit, Mongolian pheasant,
quail or p it tri.l shall to idillty ot a
lllisi. iiacnor, piovi'led, however, that
I shall In- unlaw ful to kill, Injure or destiny-
any prairie chl.-ken except during
the 111 utlis of July, August and Sep
tember o each car. It shall be un
it v. 1.1 1 111 t Ik- s! al.- nit in-gon to kill or
l.slroy aiiv riligtu-eked Mongolian
phe is oil
' kinds .if 1
or of any of (he various
he isatils Imported Into this
state Iiv I Ion o N Denny, or any
quail, liolm lilte or liheasalit III
I1111 1 1. II oT 1 1 ie sl ite of Oregon
l.a-l of the I a-cailc mouiitaliis.
MKiuwvrn.i: Aukmv. Mr L T
I Terry, of Portland, r. p'esentlng the
( Giles Mcrcuui lie Agency, Is In the city,
1 endeavoring to establish ail agency
lu re, iiio system was established in
April, lv', mid Incorporated in Janu
ary of this year. S-jli-ngeiieie have
been established at Salem and ill sev
eral towns lu Washington and an ef
fort Is now being Hindu to establish
lb. -in in Albany and Eugene. The ob
ject of tlie agency Is lo protect retailer
from bad cieditois. Sot.scrllH-r to It
are furnished wiiii a bonk which con
tains a list of all the people who buy
in the city. The names aro rated ao
cot. ling in tho proclivities of the own
ers for paying their debts. A mer
chant w ho sissessc one of the book
can by referring loll tell whether or
not a person Is good or bud pay. Tbe
names are rated iieeor.ting to ' bast
dealings. If an 11,'cncy is e-tabllalel
here the alteutlon of one man Will be
required to attend to It. The first
honk w ill probably appear In October
and a supplement will to Issued onoe
a month thereafter giving new tiamos
and changes. -
Gai.i.kkv Li:,ski. C. L. Winter,
of Ihe Winter Photo Company, la'ne
gotliitiug with C A llushiiell.of Seattle,
WhsIi., for the lease nf bis gallery to
Unit gentleman. If (lie lease in con
suinma'ed Mr Biishuell will take
pn-t-.cssl.iu about the Dili or 7 Hi of Aug
ust. The contract will be signed for
one vear. Mr Biishuell, who formerly
re bled ueiir this cltv, I said to be a
first class artist. Mr Winter has not
yet decided upon tin. courso he will
pursue alter leaving tho gallery, but
will probably take his photo tent and
travel .lining the summer.
Mrs Itlmdlo Noah, of this place, was
taken in tlie night with cramping
pains nnd the next .lay dltirrlHva set
iu. Sho took half a bottle of black
b.rr coidlal but got 110 relief. She
tl en sent to iu" to s.sj If I had any
thing that would help her. I seut her
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diurrlneii Remedy and the
first do'o relieved her. Another of our
neighbors bud been sick for about
week and hud tried dlllerclit leinedles
for illarrliiea but kept getting worse.
I sent him this remedy. Only four
doses cf It were required to cure him.
He says ha own his recovery to this
wonderful reiiie.lv. Mrs Mary Sibley,
Sidney, Mich. For sule by Osburn A
Goon AnvitK Albany Democrat:
"A person ought to to Just a moral
when at a summer resort as when at
1 do, pt Mason jnis
Idoxqt ' "
1 do. J gal "
Extra caps and rulitots pordoz..
8 do, extra ruhtor
Good shaved shingle per M