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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEJMTIQS OP DEMR1TIC MINf 1TLES. AND TO EARN AN HONEST LIVING BV THE SWEAT OP Ol'R BROW.
WHOLE NO. G98.
KUGENE CITY, OK, SATURDAY, MAKC1I T, 1831.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
"ut (Eugene (City (Ouard.
, L. CAMrBKU. J. B. CAUritKI.L
PuMl3h3r3 and Proprietors.
OFFICE In the liilWsff friuer!v occupi-l
by J. W. Cleaver, i n store, corner Wil
' ' lauetto WlJ eveutll Streets.
UA.TE3 OK- A.D VlCUTIStXO.
A4vvrtieiafiitit inserted a. follow.:
yo t(uiu-e. 10 line, or D, out) insertion M;
acli .ulweiuciit insertion St. Ca.di required in
J-j1ne'Jvi:rtiter will be charged at the fid
oSl"wjSHt!.r months W 00
" SU Iliolltll. " l"
one year 12 W
Transient notices in local umri, 'JOoenU xr
ljua fur each iin. rti m.
AdvertisiiW bill, will lie rendered quarterly.
AH ioli wmk mint 1b iMin run um ukuvkuv.
jbm n -r'r" 7 m-,0 7 p- Bim "'
.... ... l-tn .1 ni.
fn.m tiiummtli itfi'l leave. l"in nortli
' 10 ra Ani.e. from Hi" n"rtli leave. '""
. ,h :M . ,. For Smi-Uw, Franklin n.l linir
r... rW at 6 a.m. on Wlii"l'iy. r.iawruHl.
r.'"'f. "...k ..I Hr,,i.villH t lr.n.
' iMUn will berealvforrfeliveiv half an hour after
. il of tr.ii!. I-etter. .Iiuulii V lof t .t til
,.. h0r MM i"ArtXrtpATTr.I.OS. P. M.
, V. II A V .nt A. M
Meet', ilrnt uui third Wolueniy. lu each
Kerxcrn Hcttr Tnnn Ko. 9 I. O.
: 0. K. Meet.everjr Tuewl.y evcum.
- . V.. t
WIM.WIIALA f.NCAJiejII.ST ..... ..,
a(et on tlie M nHt li Weaiw. lay, in "u '
fcUliKNK Luiwk, No. I s A. O. V. -Meew
at Masonic Hull the .eooiid and fourth
Monday in each mol.Xv0sBi;iiNiMjW
F. CAUTKOBS, A. M., M. D,
Graduate of the .Medical Departti er.t of the
Misf.mi-i St ito University, and of Jef
ferson Medical I'l'lK'b'i', l'hila.
3.Special nttciition t'ivin to Surgery ftrnl
dieai of tlio Kye.
Cottaio Grove, lane Co., Or.
Dec. is7 iaso. dl8m3
J, C. GRAY,
HAS OPKXEI) PKXTAL liOOMS IX
Kiine t'ity, ovrF..U. l)iiiin' ntore,
nnd renwtfullv HliiitH tnniie of those
wii.li in lirat-i'lasii work ut uioilerate iniwu.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formi'ily of Yamhill c'ounty.)
HAS l'EitMANKXTIA' T.Of'A'ri'I) IX
Knu'dio (,'itv. Ollitv in Uii'l rw-oo.in
BricK. 2d fl.jor, over Well. l ar,'o & C.'s Kx
res8IHeft. Its-iiil.Tii;-', two Mocks west ami
n nortli of 1'iilihc School, in th'J K illiii-T---Worth
property. aii'JU tf
PHYSICIAN" AND SU11C.KOX,
Odlco on Nlntli Strort, opponlcc tlic St.
riiarlK Hotel, anil at trt.kl-nre,
KJIHWli CITY OKMiON'.
DR. J0S3PII P. GILL
CAX BIS FOUXD AT inSOKFIDK or rea
Mence when n t profusion. illy fo.3'a;," 'l.
Ultico at the
POST OFFICE" DHUrt STOllE.
Kcshlence on Eighth utreet, opposite I'realiy
J EWELUY ESTABLISH EXT.
J. S. LBOKEY. fixz
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Exr.rutfil.
CirAll Work Warranted.
Ellv.,rth Jt Co. 'it hric',;, Willamette street.
Muslc.il instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clock-, an.l Jewelry repaired nl
warranted. Xorthwest corn-r of illamette
and Eighth str'jeta.
Our DMeriptlT Illn.trated Prle.
tlt, No.l. of Irj Good. w m
loacd about Mrch l.t. 181. j "
jaotcd In Xo. t8 will remain iood antil
that date. Send n yonr name early lor
opr of 'o. t. Fre to any addre..
MOVt-UOMEKY WAKU ft tO
nil ia Wabah Ae., CUlcago. Ilk
1 ,tmfc- ZZLLZ !
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
11 the und.-rsigu-l a.ln.im-trat. 01 l ie - f
Ute of A. Hett baa liW hu. nwl j
that tl'e tirt .M..Uy iu Urcli. 1-M, .
et tor hnl heanng 01 r .
A. llt l'l, Administrator.
Joshua j. walivn, A-.wrmy.
. . ..
The largest stock
of goods in Lane Co
Is now on Sale at
Ami tliCsc arc a. low.
f creditor CASH :
Xiw Wliitf I'.liinkfts for Si per pair.
IiiiH-iuli! )i-fs.s tlootls for 15 ft s per yd.
l!ood Cashmere, full width, 50 fts pt-r
I'.rocade .Silks from 25 up
TIIK Best Assortment in the City of
Ladies Kid P.utton t from 82 up
Ladies Kid Fox from $1 25 up
Ladies California Calf from 81 50 up
Children California Culf from 81 up
.Men's California lioots 8 r0 worth 80
Men's Cood Heavy lioots 83 50 to 85
Men' Calf Hoots 81 worth 80
Ladies lYUed l'.uttoned Shoes 82 up
Clothing Cheaper than any other House
Eive me a call and Save Yourselves MONEY
Succeitnor to SHELTo.V Jt Wll.Kl.NS.
Pfactical Druggiss & Chemisis,
N'ext door to the Orance Store, Willamctla
treet, Eugene City Oregon.
Have just opened a full lino of freHh .
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy, and Toilci Articles.
AI.I, KINDS Ol'
Mixed Faints, Lead, Oil,
WINDOW GLASS and FOTTK
Which they will always sell on reusonahlo
Careful ntlculion siven to I'liyMiiaii
Housa Furnishing Gccds Generally
Wells Driven !Jromptiy
Eugene City, Oregon.
.m. t I 11 l .11 w'l ra fl ir
...rrtVr ii. It u .ii.'"' ri'.;-s
U' d7m. rifiKY t CO. , Detroit. Kich.
ii0R 4. i;F.lt t L .HUKOI.tSDISK eo
Ci V JUAN LIMK f,.r .ale by
fy T. G. HENDRICKS.
V;w sTOt'K OK HATS -The bet
, lu-i:.! ever broulit to r,iik-ene,ai
' ... , , f .1 v-'-
of tiro Bargains of-
I Ladii'K uudiT Vests ut from 50 fts up.
A Lir'i' assortment of Triimng bilks,
75 cts to !?1 25 per yard.
A tinn line of lloosiery, all priees
Uvoralla from 50 fts up.
IT 13 NOT NARCOTIC.
tho V.'orM's f,roat l'ain-i:o-lio
vl ijjt ro mt'dics. Tliey heal,
:;ootlio nnd euro r.iirns,
Wounds, V.'cak lack aistl
Ulictmiat t.Mii upon jilan, n:ul
r.;:r:iiiiM, Oallaantl Laint'tic! ,s
..r:o:i IicasJM. C'l:oa;, tiuloli
ZnuCZen. Craokllus Poini ia tio
Head, Fetid roatli, DoafnoMi,
r:nd cry Catarrhal Com;'.!alut,
f nn be extorminatoil by Wol To
Hcyo'r'a Catarrh Cure, a Co:ist
lutionnl .Antidote, by Absorp
tion. Tie mo' t Important Ei
co very uiaoo Vacciuatioa.
BOOT ii SHOE STORE.
' A. BUST, Proprietor.
Shop mi Willamette street, '.'ml iloor north
of hardware store, Knjjene City, Or.
will hereaft er keep a cnmi'l' tu "tock of
GuiterM, Cloth and Kill,
Slip 1C, white ami black,
ten it kldSliOPH.
MEN'S & BOYS
FINE A.NI) HEAVr
BOOTS & SHOES
And in fact even-thing in the ROOT nnd
SHOE line, to which 1 intend to devote in
MY G03DS ,
Were manufactured to ordtr,
ARE FIRST CLASS
Anil guaranteed a represented, and will lie
.old for the lowest prior, that a gsl article
aan lie atfonleiL Jr-.7 Dtf .4. Ilt'.XT.
Fruit Trees and Shrub
bery. TP.RSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE j
I Fruit 'liw.nd Minilil.rv can oe .opplieU
. vi-iifi-ue i. r T . ! . I'.. ........ i 'i v li !
leaving their order, with . !
J. II. D. HENDERSON.
Aiut in W!l.r.- Int.
m m 1
AI.KNAXDl'lt, .1. H.-Jm.ticei.f the rem-
Smth Kiiidie i'reciiict: oilier utl'iuirt llutm.
AI1RAMS, W. 11. ft llltO.-rianinu mill,
neh, dour, hlilid Mid liioiildinn' luaiuifactory,
Kihth tt, e:it -.f aiill race. Kverytliii'ik'
in our line furniilicd on nhort notice and
reaMinalilu U run.
HOOK STORK -Oiied.x.r aonth of th A.tor
JIoiha A full .lock f ansortcd Uijc paKrn
plain and fancy.
CRA1X 1'.1UA -Dealer in Jewelry, Watch
M, CliK-k. nud .Mui-iial Jn.trutneiitii -Willamette
Ktrvrt. I'ctweiu Seventh and ICi'hth.
CAI.I.1SOX, R. (!. lieuler in irrneene., pro
viioiiK, country produce, cau'icd 'id,l.Hik,
tation.-rv, tUc, .outhwebt turner WillauV.tte
and lUh M.
DORRIS. (il'O, !.-Attorney and Ciiunwllor
at 1-aw. Ul'if oil, Willamette .treet. Ku-
Hflm City. .' V , .
DOIIRIS, 11. 1'. -Dealer ill Stove, nnd Tin
ware Willamette, .treet, Iwtwecn Seventh
ELLSWORTH i CO.-DruU and ihalem
in painlx, nil., etc. -Willaiuctto .treet,
twecii Ki'lith and Ninth.
FRIKXDLY. S. H.-Dealcr In dry poods,
clothing and p-ncral inerchandie-Willamette
.tivet, iKtwecn Eighth and Ninth.
(5UARD OFFICE -XewpaK-r, Ihi ,k and job
printiiigoth'ce, corner Willamette amlScvcnth
ORAXOE STORE -Dealer, in ireneral mer
chandim) and produce, eorncr Eighth and
GILL, J. P. Phyxician, Surgeon and Tng
(Ht, 1'o.totHi-e, Willamette reet, between
Seventh and Eighth,
HAYS, ROltT.-Wiiie., Li.niom, and Ci-
f;ar. of the bent quality kept oon.tniitly ou
land. The bent billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. (i.-Dealei in ireneral mer
ehaiidiiie northwet corner Willamette nnd
HODES, C Keep, on hand tine wine., lii
or, cigars nnd a pool and billiard table;
Willamette .treet, between Eighth and
HORN, ('If AS. M.-Criiustiiith. Rifle. nr.J
.hot gun., breech and mu..le loi'ilcm, for miie.
Repaiiinj; done in the neatest style and war
raiiteM. Shop on Ith street.
K1XSEY, J. D - Sash, Mind, and door iA
tory, window ami door frames, moulding,
etc., glazing and gla cutting done to onier.
I.YXCII, A -OrocvricH, pi-ovisions, fruit., veg-
euililcs, etc., Willamette .treet, hrst lUnir
south of l'ostoH'uv.
LUCKEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler:
keeps a tine .tock of gomls in hi. line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth', drug store.
McCLAREX, JAMES -Choice, wine., lienors,
ami cigars lllamelte .tm-t, bet weeu Eighth
MELLER, M. Hi-ewery--Lager liecr en tap
nnd by the keg or barrel, corner of Ninth and
OSItCRN & CO. Dealer, in ding, medicine..
chemicals, oil., paints, etc. illamette t.,
opposito S. Charle. Hotel.
PATTERSON. A. S.-A fin stock of plain
and fancy visiting card..
PRESTON, W.M.-Dealer in Baddb-rv, Har
ness, I arriago 1 rimming., etc. W illamette
street, betwo.ii Seventh and Eighth.
rOST OFFICE -A new stock of ftamhird
.chool lMHik. just received at the post ollice.
REAM,. I. R, Undertaker and building con
tractor, roriitT illanietto and Seventh
ROSEXPLATTit ('O.-I)iy ginids, clothing,
groceries and general iiH'ri'liamlise, southwest
corner Willauictte and Eighth .trects.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ('hnrlns Ra
ker, Proprietress. 'I ho best Hota in the
lity. Corner Willamette and Ninth street..
SCHOOL Sl'PPLlES-A largo and varied
assortment of slate, of till sie, and quantities
of .date, and slate book.. Three door, not til
of the express ollice.
THOMPSON & P.EAN-Attorney.atUiv-
Willaniette street, between Seventh and
WALTON, J. .T.-Attornev-at-I.nw. (lilico
Willamette street, between SeMiilh and
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
WILL COXTINUE THE BUSINESS in
all its branches at the old stand, itlb ring
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. A. heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
On the west side of Willamette Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
Having just opened a new and neat Meat
Mrkct, we are prepaied to furnish he best
Keef, Vcul, .Mutton, Tork, ete.,
To our customer., nt the lowest market rate.
The custom of the public is respect
Meat, delivered to any part of the city free
.if charge. MiColtNAI K k liKN'SH AW.
LIFE OF TRADE
TIU. DO WORK CHEAPER than any
other h"i in to n.
HORSES SHOD FOR
Re tting pld
With new material, all roumL
. II tt-i.rr.m(il to t-ive .atisiaetion.
Shop CU tue Corner 01 otu and
A Dftmninnl Jlunlrrcr.
On Sunday, Jnntinry itOth, fleorgo
'Uuehnimn entered thn houso of Jlr.
Jas. O'Ncil, at Cho we lah, in Colville
valley and delivered wmio nrtieles ho
had purchased for Mr. O'Neil Wlion
Unehitiinii entered, O'Neil, I)tiiso K
IVnwiik, Dr. Moriut nnd Mary nnd
Sophie King were seated nt tho taldo
eating their dinner, l'lichanan was
asked to partake of the meal which in
vitation ho ncvejited. Soon nfter he
was seated nt thn taMo IVnwick h
"Cleorge, Mary nnd I nrc going to get
married." Without a word in reply,
I'uehauan arose, drew his nix.shooter
41114 Commenced tiring. Th" first shot
passed through'Mury King's nrin and
the second through her hack near the
waist, the third struck Fenwiek in the
leg and the fourth entered his hreast.
The fifth shot wiu aimed nt Mr. O'Xeil
hut the murderer mis.-ed his mark.
Tho sixth ami last eharge lliielmnaii
emptied into his own breast and fell'
dead across tho Move. Fenwick died
tho next night at eight o'clock Mary's
wounds aro not serious nnd nhe will
recover. It seems that I'tichanan was
deeply in love with Mary nnd repeat
edly asked her to Marry him, hut nhe
persistently refused; finally, in the des
peration of love, ho told her that alio
should never marry nny other man on
earth. I repeated this thrent repeat
edly and ho did his Lest to keep his
word. I'tichanan was nn honest, in
dustrious man and engaged in farming.
Fenwick was a ncphow to J. A. Sims,
Indian ngent nt Colville reservation
and Mary Kinjj was a nativo of Colville
valley, her father is a Frenchman nnd
her mother nhalf-hreed Indian. Thus
ends the tragedy.
The In nine ,1s) hi in.
Tho death of Ir. J. C. Hawthorno,
superintendtut of the State asylum for
the insane, will not, in nny manner, in
terfere with the management of that
institution, ns tho ndministratorH of
tho estate will nssuuui full control of
the iianio nnd carry it on under tho ex
isting contract, which remnins in full
force. Dr. S. li Joseph! will succeed
to tho Hiiperintendeucy, nnd his long
connection with the institution makes
the appointment nn ndmirahle ono in
every respect. Owing to his intimate
knowledge of tho many needs nud con
dition of the unfortunate inmates, his
long experience in attending to tle'tii,
having lieen connected with the asylum
for the past liftecn years, and his well
sustained reputation as n physician of
more than ordinary merit, nil coiiihine
in recommending him to tho important
position, and his appointment will give
general sat isfaction. It is not probable
that nny changes will he made, hut that
nil employed in various capacities about
the institution will he retained. The
administrators of the estate of Dr.
Hawthorne will he his wifo and Dr.
An old lady walked into a lawyer's
ollice, when the following conversation
liidy Scpiire, I called to see if you
would like to tako this boy mid make
a lawyer of him.
Lawyer The hoy app'.'iirs to he
rather young, n admi, how old is he?
ljuly Seym years, sir.
Ue is decidedly too young; have
you no older hoysl
IjidyOh yes; I have several; but
we have concluded to make fanners of
the others. I thought this little fol
low would make a tirst rate lawyer, ho
I called to see if you would take him.
Lnwyer--Oh, madam; he is too young
yet to commence the study of tho pro
fession; hut why do you think this hoy
Letter calculated for a lawyer than your
Lady-Why, you nee sir, he is just
seven years to-day. When he was only
five he'd lie like all nature; when
he'ot to he six he was as saucy and
impudent as any creature could lie, and
now he'll steal anything he can lay his
People should always marry their op
posite. Yes, one of the marrying par-
ties ought to ic a man ana tue otner a
Don rial! oa Conklln;.
( !od might have made a more despica
ble wretch than Koseoo Conkling, hut
lie never did. There have U'eu wick
eder men, hut never ono who covered
his wickedness with such meanness and
These words nro not writen in the
impntienco of anger. They are wdect
ed and printed advisedly, and reflect
the feelings of men, even tho misera
hlu dependents who run whooping after
this creature for tho mouldy bread his
political favor gives their families.
William Spraguo has been overtaken
by cruel misfortunes, llo had fallen,
through ivo fault of his own, from his
high estate, socially, politically and
commercially. He lost his seat in tho
Senate, he lost his fortune, and blindly
striking out amid the wreck, saw his
palaces, equipages, servants, all disnp
penr, and the sunshino sycophants of
the hour disappear. lie gathered his
family and their poor remaining to
gether, nud place them in the rudo home
his creditors could not touch.
. This was tho homo Conkling entered;
these wero the pitiful circumstances
that smoothed his war. and this is the
man, the chosen lender of a great fac
tion, the owner of a State, a lead
ing lawmaker in tho Senate, who
could thus invado such a dwelling
and bring shame and misfortune on
such a family. If ever there was a
doubt of Coiikling's criminal intercourse
with the wife of William Spracue,
Conkling hastened to solve that doubt
ngainst the poor lady. He wrote adul
teress upon her jient in the gallery of tho
Senate, along the walls of the dim-lit
corridor, on hercarringo, on her home,
nnd smiled in vain delight when he
saw the evil tongued mob faston upon
and read the loathsonio word.
I'littDjcs Id the law of Evidence.
After January 21th a very radical
change in the law of evidence, will go
into effect Tho common law of evi
dence has long been modified in civil
cases, permitting parties to testify in
their own behalf; but in many States
the law prohibiting defendants from
testifying for themselves or co-defendants,
is still in force. Tho United
Stages has modified this law, Califor
nia has done the siune, as have several
other States. At tho last session of
tho Oregon Legislature, there were bills
prepared by threo Senators, all nearly
the same on the subject, and there was.
scarcely any opposition to tho passage
of tho law, which permits any one, re
gardjess of his relation to ' the criiuo
or to the defendants to testify ' to 'any
facts in possession of tho witness.
Lee Sam, of tho Chinese mercantile'
firm of Coong Yo LoongJ returned to
this city last evening from Port Town
send in chargo of Detective Day, who
had been sent after him. Sam was
greatly pleased to see the officer, and
was not only willing but anxious to re
turn. I lis flight was not caused by any
fear of his white creditors but was ow
ing to the constant dread ho was in
that he would bo foully dealt with by
some of his countrymen o whom he
was indebted. Immediately after his
arrival here last night, he had a short
conference with his attorney, Mr. Hen
ry Ach, and several Chinese merchants
the result of which was the required
bond of $.",000 was promptly fumibhed
and he was released from custody. The
arrest of Lee Sain was on a warant got
out by the bank of BritishNorth Amer
ica and not the bank of British Colum
bia as stated previously, fitandard
. Tho testimony of the defendant or
his wife, or her husband, or of a co-defendant
will stand on a par with that
of any other witness, and its effect will
depend entirely upon tho impression it
will produce on the minds of the jury
or :ourt taken in connection with the
circumstances of each cose. Where the '
law has been' tried, lawyers claim that
it works very satisfactorily, that par
ties ofteiif r convict themselves, and par
ties not guilty are frequently able to
throw much light upon the fact There
appears to be no good reason w hy per
sons accused of crime should not be.
heard as well a their accusers.