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ESTiCLISEED FOB THE DISSEXHITIOI OF DE3I0CK1TIC PRINCIPLES, WD TO EiM 11 DOXEST L1VI.C BT TOE SWEAT OF OCR BBOW
WHOLE NO. 703.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1881.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
Of &nwt City iiard.
I L. f AMfBELU i. . CAMPDEI.L.
'ublliWr. and Proprietors.
OFFICE la th building formerly occupied
br J. W. Cleaver, as a store, corner Wil-
- ' . . I U ' V. tJ -
lamella sua oereuvu ohwi
HA.TK9 OF ADVKKTIS1NG,
Adv ertisements Inserted m follows t
a.. anuare. 10 line, or less, an Insertion 3
ach subsequent insertion IL Cash required in
Tim advertisers will be charged at the ful
One square three months W 00
" six month. 8 00
" " eue year 12 00
Transient hoticee in local column, 20 cent per
In. for eecninseruun.
Advertisin g bills will be rendered quarterly.
All (OB worK mUW M rAlD 0 ,E1'IVEHr'
Onto. Hour. -From T a. m. to I p.m. Bundays
'i:. .j from th. south ami leaves rolni north
1 a. n. Arrm from the north and leave, join
ith it 1 JS P. 'or Biui.law. Franklin and Long
tMdot at t a., on Welneadar. For Crawfords
Camp Creek and Brownsville at I
Letters will be ready for delivery half an hour after
( , nal ef trains. Letter, should be left at the oflloe
0" PATTERSON. P.M.
....,. irina'a No 11. A. F. and A. M.
Meets 4rt and third Welneeday. In each
grexrcs Bum Txjdom No. I. O,
i n. V. Meetaeverr Tueeiav evening.
S W1M4WHALA exoamhiiht no. o,
eeU M the Hand 4th Wednelay in eaen monvn.
fccoES Lome. No. 15. A. 0. U. W.
MeetsS Masonio Hall the second and fourth
Mondays In eecn montn.
' V. W. Orbubs. M. W.
F. CAUTHORN, A. M..M.D.,
Gra duate of the Medical Deparln er.t of tlie
Missouri State University, and of Jef
ferson Medical Colle, Phila.
S. Special attention given to Surgery and
diseases ot the Eye.
Cottage Grove, lane Co., Or.
Dee. 18, 1884 dl8ni3
Vtas opened dental booms in
Xl Eugene City, over F. B. Dunn's store,
and respectfully solicits imtruiiogo of those
Wishing first-class work at moderate prices.
J ' '
"bR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
TT AS PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN
.JJL Eu?ene City. ,OlIice in Underwoods
Bricc, 21 )r, evar Well. Farjo & Co.'s Ex
press office. Residence, two blocks wc-it and
sue n.rth of Puulio School, in tUa Killing
worth property. au:-tf
A. m PATTERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGIiON,
.Uee on Ninth Street, opposite the St.
Chnrlee Hotel, and at Uehldcnce,
KJOKNK CITY OltKGUN.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged;
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presb
JEWELRY ESTABLISH EXT.
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Je.ve!ry,'Etc.
Hepmring Promptly Executed.
EllsT..rth t Co.'s brlcV, WillametU street
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
. Watches, flocks, and Jeweiry repairwJ ""
warranted. Northwest corner of Willamette
And Eighth streets.
6r Descriptive Illustrated Prtea
tl.t, Mo.9, of Dry Goods, eUui will be
lasaed aboat March 1st. ISSU Prleee
4notod la Mo. 8 will remain food aatU
that dat. Bend as Foarnasae earlr
Sep ef No. 9. rree te aar addre
MONTOOMEKT WABD CO,
m Wabash Ae Chicago. 111.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 1 i : i ..ln.;n..trtir nf to 9 C- t
tU of A hett has filed hU final account, and
that the tint Monday in March. ISol, n"
Set ftiT fin&l k.rinr nf th ftadfi.
f. A. Htrr, Administrat
0'HCA J. WALTON, Attorney.
The largest stock
ot goods' in Lane Co
Is now on Sale at
I. B. DUM'S;
AndthCso aro afsw.of'tlio Ear gain 3 of
fered for CASH :
Nicj WTiite Blankets for S4 per pair. I Ladies under Vests at from 50 eta up.
Brocade Dress Goods for 15 cts per yd.
Oood Cashmere, full width, 50 cts per
Brocade Silks from $1 25 up
THE Best Assortment in the City of .
BOOTS AMD SHOES !
Ladies Kid Button
Ladies Kid Fox
Ladies California Calf
Childrens California Calf.V.
Men's California Boots
Men's Good Heavy Boots
Men' Calf Boots
Ladies Pulled Buttoned Shoes
CI C tiling Cheaper than any other House.
UcwlcV at cmai M
Give me a call and
F. ill WILKINS,
Successor to Shzltox k Wii.kinS.
Tactical Druggist & Chemist,
Next door to tlxs (limine Store, Willamette
street, Ks.?eie t iry llregTO.
ITuve just opened full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
ALL EINDH OK
Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil,
WINDOW CLASS and PUTH
Which they will always sell on reasonable
Careful ntlciilion givrn to Physician' Pre
0. F. OQRRIS,
House Furnishing Goods generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene Cltv. Oregon.
Will k ataOW ran t ftll pplicaa, d U rmoan wHbni
.1 . a atJ fall ilaatTiWtrK-.
plutl lU v""-u '
... I1M lw.it. . mtM4 . W ppljlS
nOR UECBL fllEUCILISDISE E
T. G. HEHDRICK.
AN JUAN LlilB it sal. by
1. U. IIL.A L1.J V-Ii-O.
"VTKW STOCK OF II AT! The beet
JM an 1 Unrt ever ltrJ?r
A Large assortment of Triniing Silks,
75 cts to 51 25 per yard.
A fine line of Hoosicry, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
.at from $2 up
...from $1 25 up
,n from $1 60 up
trom $1 up
$4 50 worth $6
$3 50 to $5
..$4 worth $6
Kothoro Lie and riyslclans
IT 13 fiCT iiarcoti:.
tlio World's prcat lIn-Ec-Iicvins
hootiio nud curd Burns,
Vounls, Vt'ealt Back and
niicumatism upou Elan, and
Strains, Calls and Lameness
.tpou Eoaats. Cheap, quick
CPURT'j cf riscut.ti3 lUuons,
EnoZos. CrticlIlBj Pains la tlie)
KcaJ, TeUil Uroatli, CoaTnoss,
or.d tny Catarrhal Complaint,
can lo extorminatod by Wei Ce
Uoyor'e Catarrh Cnre, a Consti
tutional Antidote, by Absorp
tion . Tho most Important Diaa
oovery aiuoe Vaccination.
EDQT AND. SHOE STC3RE.
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Engcne City, Or.
will hereaft er keep a jcomplete stock of
Gaitem, Cloth and Kid,
Slip pes, white and black,
Nan da In,
ri.1I ASO HEAVY
BOOTS & SHOES
And in fact evervtuinz in the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to devote ra
Were manufactured td erdtr,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed as represented, and will be
sold lur the lowest prtr-. that a g"od article
oan be afforded. ajr:7 78tf A. lll'Vl'.
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
On the corner cf Eleventh and Willamette
streetJ.and ke"p constantly on baud lumber of
all kin'ls. rieasoned flixuing and ri"ti-, fenc
ing and fenoe pe.ti F. B. DUNN. '
C ft If
ALEXANDFK. J. B. Justice of the Peace
South Ku'ne IVecInct; ollice at Court Home.
ABRAMS, W. H. k imO.-Planlmr mill,
snah. door, blind and nioulitinir uinnuf t.r
Eighth street, east of mill race. Everything
ia our line furnished on short notice end
BOOK STORE One door south of the Astor
House. A full stock of assorted boi pajH-rt
piaiu anu lancy.f
CHAIN BROS. -Dealer In J.welrr. Wak-h.
e, (locks and MuA-al InitrumenU-Wib
lametU atrMt. LrtwMn Maim.Ii .m.I V:..i..i.
CALLISON. R. G.-Dealer In crocrtea. tiny
...n."n W.T1NHI Mm JUIIl.U.
visions, oountry produce, canneit ironda. books.
-brtionenr, etc., southwest corner Willamette
and mh KU.
DOltRIS, GEO. B.-Attorney and Counsellor
at U. Ulliii on illanietU street, Eu
D0RRI3. B. F.-Dealer In Stove, and Tin
ware Willamette street, between Seventh
ELLSWOltTn k CO.-Dru(nH.U and dealers
inpanvw, oils, etc. UlainetU street, ha
tween Eighth and Ninth. .
FRIENDLY, a II. -Denier in dry foods,
cJctbtrqr and general ruerchandi illam-
ette slrei-t, between fciirlith and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-Newspaper, book and Job
. Timing onice, corner UlauielteaiiUSeveutli
GRANGE STORE-Dealert in reneral mer
cnsmiue and produce, comer hitjhtn and
vt uianiette streets.
GILL, J. P. l'hynlclan. Surgeon and Drtlg
dst, Postoftice, Willamette reet, between
seventn and r.igbtb.
HAYS, ROBT.-Wlnes, Liquors, and Ci
gars of the best nimlity kept constantly ou
hand. The best billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. O.-Dealei in general mer
chandise northwest corner WlllaiuetU and
HODES, C, Keeps on hand fine wines, liq
oors, c!gai and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette street, between Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M. -Gunsmith. Iliflee ar.j
shot-guns, breech and muzzle loeders, for saie.
ltejiairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop on IHh street,
KINSEY, J. D.-8ash, blin.ls and door fao-
A I . .1 . ...
vry, winuow ana aoor iraraes, mnuiulngs,
eta ,.giazing and glass cutting done to order.
LYNCH, A. -Groceries, provisions, fruits, veg-it-Mi
: "... n . i
vutuii;., rvu, .i uiiuiirtw sipci, Drst uoor
south of Postoffice.
ttCKEY, J. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keeps a fine stuck of goods in his line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
McCLAREN. JAMES -Choice, wines, li.i uors,
and eiifars Willamette street, between Eighth
and i nun.
MELLER, M. Brewery Lager lwer on tap
ana by tlie keg or barrel, corner of Ninth and
OSHURN k CO.-Dealers in dniei., medicines.
chemicals, oils, paints, eta Willamette st,
(ipKito S. tliarles Hotel
PA'ITEUSON, A. &-A fine stock of plain
I . I M 1
ana inucy vuiung earns.
PRESTON. WM. -Dealer in Sl.llory, Har
ness, larrlago Irimmlngs, etc. Willamette
street between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE -A new stock of standard
school books just received at the poet oilice.
REAM, J. . Undertaker and building con-
tractor, norucr Willamette and Keventh
ROSENBLATT ft CO.-Dry gio.ls, clothing,
groceries and general UvrchantllKe, southwest
corner Willamette and Eighth street,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL - Charlns Pa-
ker, Proprietress. .The best Hote In the ;
ilty. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets. I
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A large and varied
assortment of slates nf all sires, anil quantities
nf slates and slate-books. Three doors north
of the express oilice.
THOMPSON ft BEAN-Attorneys-at-Law-
W Ultimo tie street, between eeventh and
WALTON, J. J.-Attorney-at-Uw. Ofliee-
w lllamette street, between Deventh and
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
D UU G GIST,
LL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
all its branches at the old stand, efferinir
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
On tlie west side of Willamette Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
Having just opened a new and neat Meat
Mxket, we are prepdied to furnish he best
Beef, Veul, Mutton, Pork, etc.,
To eur customers, at the lbwest market rates
Th custom of the public It respect
Meats delivered to any part of the city free
of charge. McCOKXACK ft ItKNSHAW.
LIFE OF TRADE
WLL DO WORK CHEAFEH than any
other shop in towrl.
HORSES SHOD TCR 2'CASH.
With new material, all round. Resetti'ig old
)A11 warranted to give satLfj'-tiim.
Shop cu the Corner cf 8th and
Alicrnt four o'clock Monday afternoon
t)'putjr IVoiiecuting Attorney J. W.
RoU, a prominent attorney living at
Astoria, was hhot and instuntly killed
ly J. O. Roborteoa Mr Roll's office
was upstairs nearly opposite) the Occi-
itimfc brl m ail va t4 nm lilm Vau.-i..-
an nnuftual noise, went up and found
him lying on the floor, with a bullet
hole in Lis breast Investigation soon
revealed tho fact that a man was seen
to come hurrsdly down the stairs and
ruiih away Sud that person was J. O.
RoU'itson, employed as a. detective
about dm canneries. Robertson was
immediately arrested, but had no pintol,
but it was proven that ho had borrowed
a piNtol but a short time liefore the
shooting, and had been heard to remark
that "he would make somebody w in
his checks." An examination ot the
pistol which ho had borrowed rovealed
tho fact that one chamtar had been re
cently discharged, and afterwards re
The coroner was notified of the mur
der and the jury summoned roturned
tho verdict that J. W. Robl was shot
and killed, and that it was their belief
that tho dned .was committed by J. Q.
The deceased came to Oregon from
the East over five years ago. He was
a resident of Portland for alxut two
yeaVs, and during that time was assoc.
ated in the practice of law with 0. W.
Yocum under the firm name of Yocuni
ii RolU About threo years .ago de
ceased dissolved partnership and soon
after moved to Astoria, where he has
since, rrstided. lib leaves a wife and
ono child. Standard of April 26th.
The British and Colonial Printer for
March 16th, reproduces a portrait of
George Eliot, and also a fot trait of
Thomas Carlyle, Introducing that of
Geoigrt Eliot, the Printer says: "Who
has not longed to' see tlie face ot the
author of Adam Pfxlo and the Mill on
the Floss. Yet, George Eliot shrank
from gratifying this most laudublo curi-
osty. Into her reasons we may not
pry, but we hold it to be akin to a duty
thut gifted and famous persons should
let their physiognomies be no less fa
miliar than their books and names.
Only one portrait of George Eliot was
ever painted, and that was years ago,
and it has never been engraved; thence
it comes that a fugitive pen and ink
sketch, taken seven years since, is all
that the multitude of her disciples and
admirers possess in tho way of portraits,
The reproduction we now give conveys a
correct impression of tho striking phys
iognomy of the first of English writers
of solid fiction. Those massive features
fitly typify the powerful intellect that
animated them. Iu the superficial
plain tli-cidedly plain. Hut to those
who guuge face-beauty by a higher
standard than itirtt of doll-prettincss
George Eliot's was a countenance
serenely grand in its rugged contour.
Power was the chief quality it indicat
ed, yet in society few even among wo
men were so subdued in tone and sweet
spoken, Bho'hadtho simplicity that
betokens supreme strength. Blight
though it is, this graphic little sketch
of the immortal George Eliot is ono of
tho most precious of our souvenirs.'
Fatal Accidaxt. James" W. Mack
ey of Baker City and Louis Bollon
started out through Alturas county,
Idaho, on the way to Montana. One
night while preparing to camp, Ballon
at Mkckey's request passed his gun out
of the wagon and in laying it down
among somo sagebrush it was accident
ally discharged, the ball entering Mack
ey's left side near the last rib, and just
under the spirie two or threce inches
from the backbone! He was taken to
the nearest ranch some eight miles dis
tant from Malad brlilge where he died
alwut two o'clock the following after
noon. Mr'.' and Mrs. Bliss, at whose
ranch he died, did everything in their
power to alleviate his' sufferings, and
extended every hospitality to those who
brought him there. '
A Republican paper, explaining the
lack' of experience on their side of tlie
House, says' the Republicans could wi ll
aflor to elect Randall Speaker in order
to kep him off the floor.
1 Ri)ii!iil Execution.
All the nihilists except the women
Hessy Holfmann, condemned to death
for connection with the Czar'a assassi
nation, were hanged on the morning of
the 15th. The condemned were escort
ed by Cossacks and infantry, with
rums beating and fifes playing. A de
tachmonin( all the regimental guards
in St. Potf n''Urg surrounded the aeafi
fold. All the prinoi.i r received the
Biinistration of priest, and kiWd the 1 .
cross and each other. They were very
firm except Russakoff, who tainted at
th. hut moment MichaelofTs rope
broke twice. Order was not disturbed;
there was an immense concourse of peo
ple. The woman (Helfmann) is encein
te, and her execution is delayed nfitl)
after her confinement The appeals ot
RuimakofT and Miuhaeloff were submit
ted to the Czar, but he replied that tho
sentence of the Court must be carried'
0Ut . ...J ...
Many thousand people ptuned the
night at the place of execution, in order '
to obtain a good view. The execution-:
cr was a reprieved convict The prisoj
ncra were conveyed from the fortress in
two carts, with their backs to. the
horses and their hands tiod to boards
on their breasts, bearing the word
"Regicide" in large lotters.
When the prisoners moantcd th
scaffold the head of each was covered
with a sack. They were then placed
upon stools, which wore drawn away,
snd they were loft to strangle, After
hanging twenty minutes, tho bodiea.
were cut down and taken to the ceme
tery, outside the city. Chronicle.
flow the lew Czar Looki.
Alexander III., the new Czar of .
Russia, is about six feet in height lie
is remarkably deep-chested and broad-
shouldered, with all the appearance of
great strength. Ilia light-gray eyesjre
scmblo those ot his mother' relatives'
at HesHO Darmstadt more , than his
father's who had dark-bluo eyes. Tho
shapo of his head, which is above the.
average sizo as with most of his family
is rathsr peculiar; one of those only
fitted by a large hat, which, when worn,
appears out of proportion to the com-,
paratively small face below. His fore
head is high; but tho organs of vener
ation, firmness and self-esteem are most
largely developed. A small mouth,
with good teeth, which ho shows only
when ho laughs, is his best feature; his
hair is auburn, and his complexion very
fair. In St Petersburg he usually' ap-
pears correctly attired in uniform; but
when enjoying a holiday among his
wife's relatives ho may be soen in a
very loose suit of shepherd's plaid, a.
Hack tie, a white hat, and with neither,
gloves, ring nor watch. That he has
been no carpet soldier is evident from
tho marks of frost bites on the third.
and fourth fingers of his left hand, and
a slight scar on his temple where a bul
let grazed his head in one of the bat
tles in the Turkish war.
Do not Tubivb on Sawdust. It is.
said, says the Seattle Intelligencer, that .
the rock cod are disappearing from our
bay. Two or three years ago eight or
ten boats could bo seen at one time en
gaged in catching these fine fish, the
haul of which ranged from a dozen to
twenty or thirty fish, and more if more
was wanted. Now a single fish or
two is all that can bo obtained from an
afternoon's sport: It is thought thai
tho cause of the present scarcity is to
be found in tho great quantity of saw
dust dumped into tlie bay, and that un
til the cause is removed the effect must
remain.' Fih of 'nearly all kinds are
driven off by the sawdust, and that this
is the case with the rock cou rieie aneiua
probable and reasonable.' The mills
elsewhere burn their sawdust and the
mills here should do'the same.' ' . ' '
ORR00X WllfAT STEAUEH8.' ThJ
Astorian understands thr.t the Central
Pacific Railway Company have closed.
charter for two large steamers to carry
Oregon wheat from Astoria direct to.
Wilmington after harvest. The same
authority, which is reliable,' says they
are negotiating for a Western Oregon
narrow guag railway,' w hich they will
posh through to Astoria,
Dallas is without any kind of a