T7 "PI 71 .iiij V'Ji iL il. mJJ uj i JJ. u uJo ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEMINATION OP DEMKATIC PRINCIPLES, A7!D TO EARN IN PNEST LIVING BT TIIE SWEAT OF OCR BROW. VOL. 17. EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JUNE '27, 1885. . (. iSjjuf (City (Bunri I. L. CAMPBELL, Pblishar an I Proprietor. 077101 -'Ji t't !5t Ui of WilUnnttt Street biUrn 3jvaut! auJ Eighth Street, T23n o? 3rJ3ii3aiPf ion. Per Anntm ...82.50 Si Monthi 1-2 Thre. Months 78 OGRON'LY RA.TK9 OH ADVrcUTISlNQ. Ad? ertiemenU insert) ho follow, t -Oa 1) litt" or 1 Be. on. Insertion $3; -.ok mbjeraant niii.ua $1. Cash required in . draaoe. Ti alvertiser. will bs chanted at tlicfoi winr r.tas: On .quare three months 86 00 " " six month. 8 00 oh yw. 12 00 Transient notice, in local column, 20 oeoU per line for ech insertion. Advertising bill, will b rendered qwvrtorly. All 'oh work roust be run kok iw ihjmvkiiy. iMUiitriii. Iiuiii. Umi tfo 11. A. t. .nil A. M. .Meet, tint and third W ineaday.' In earn month. Brunei Borrt low No. 9 I. O. 10. T. Meetseverjr Tueslay inin(C. ffimaiiu ExomruitiiT No. fl. U th. M and till We lne lar. la mwh month. . Eouixs LoDg. No. 15, A, O. U. W. Meeu at Mwonio Hill the Kcond an J fourth Friday. In each month. ..... I. AL Sloak. M. W. KlLrATBtCK PosT, No. 41. d. A. R.-MeeU t Masonic II ill, fie ttt and third Frld.iy.of ach month. By order, CoiiSASnKS. Ordks or Chosf.sc Fairvns. Mwta the rrt and third Saturday eveniii.ni at Miwonic Hall. By order ( J. M. Slo.iS, G C. Bum LOD3I No. 357, I. 0. G. T. Meet. ery Saturday niht in U 1 1 Fellows' HalL . E. 0. Pott kb, W, C. 1. Lbakikh Star Bamd or Hops -Meet, at the P. Church every San I ty afternoon at 3:3J. E. Hxiston. 8-iitt Mi U-rth Cook, As't 8ut Cha. Hill, Sjc'y, Miss Hittie Smith, Chaplain. Visitor! ravlo welcome. U BILYEO. ,' C M. COLLIER. BILYEU b C0LIIE1 -Attornsys and CDunssIlors at La,- EUGKMR CITV, onKUO.V. PBACnCB IN ALL THE COUIIT3 OF thi SUte. Will ive .pecial ntteution la collection! and probate mattora. Orrict--Over IIenlricTc k Eakln'i bank. CEO. B..D3HH3S, Attorney and Coansellor-at-Law, WILL PRACTICE IN TIIR OUKT3 of the Socou 1 Ju lioiil District ami in he Supreme Court of tlii. SUte. Special attention given to colltfction. and matter, in probata Ceo. S. VYashburr.3 Altopiicy-nt-Laiv, fitJQKSK CITY, - - - OREfiON Ofltce formerly occupied by Thompson A Bean. , ,o3 GEO. II MILLER, kViatnvj ani C5ias3ll3at-Law, and Real Estate Agent. EUGENE CITV, - OREGON. OFFICE Two doom north of Post Office. J. E. FENTON, Attoracy-at-Law. KUGESE CITY OREGON, Speoulattentbn given tiRaal Estate Prao ie and AbtracU of Title. Orric Over Grange Store. T.W. HARMS, M.D. Physician and Surgeon. . offh:e vviikln's Druer Store. K..idence on FUth .treet, where Dr Shelton formerly resMed. Dr. Wm Osborne, O.lcaAjjji.iiiSt- Charles Hotel, - OR AT TIIE VDaai:3TD13 Or HlY3arl LUCIXY. DR. JOSEPH P. GILL, ri AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re. Vidence when not pruiensiouau "."" v Office at the POST OFFICE DRUG STORE. ' Reridence on Eighth .treet, oppo.ite Pre.ly riaa Church. WAITOH & H9FFSIHSER. Attoi ncys-sit-La xv. EUGENE CITY, OREGON. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL- Tllfr Cirta of the Stat. Special attention trfven to Real Estate. Lol . lertimr; Probate matter, . , . OllertinstaU kind, of cUurat ajaw.t tht UnitM Stat- Government (liCu Waltto'i briok-ronnn 7 M . lift !' B DUIFS t37A GENERAL II lii A large assortment of La dies and ChiUlrens Hose at 12 L- J :U Good Dross Goods at 12c Best Corset in town for 50c. An immense stock of Ne.iv and Seasonable Goods. Fine Cashmere in every shade. New and Nobby styles in CL01IIING. Liberal Discount for ' CASH. OATRONIZE TIIE MEN WHO HELP T L SSl.lli-'Ulj 1WUBC.3, wno.e mvcresi r lend their profate at home. 4 nko notice tbac- A. V. Will .ell good, for CASH at reatly reduoed price., a. low a. any other CASH STORE. Bert PrinU lb and 13 yard. $1 00 Best Brown and Bloached iliwlin., 7, 8, 9, and 10 eta. Clark, and Brook, .pool cotton 75 ot per Do, laiu and Milled Flrnnel., 23, 33: 43 and 50 cts. Water Proo, cent. Fino White Shirt, 75 cU and 8L And a!l Other Cosd3 at Also the Celebrated WHITK SK ATTlVG.MAUtllxNJliX None b.tter for .'.renrth, l.e, and durability), CiT To my oil Cunto...-., who have .tl by trm a. heratotore on tim, nit u at any nm .11 l.. tt. f,i I oreilit nn inv rwluutlnu suuiu- W.. I, M w ' . .... j n Goods sold as in Oregon, for Cash Or Credit Highest Price naid for all kinds of Country Produce. Call and See S. IL Friendly.. Harness Shop. HAVING OPENED A NEW RADDLE. AND HARNESS SHOP 0 8th 8TRB west of Craiu 1W., I am now prep-ired to furnish everythinx in that line at the Thn Competent Workmen Are employed, and I will endeavor to nM,withca11 : Mil Trimming silk and Sat ins in all shades. Jlloireantigue Silks Velvets in Colors. The finest stock of French KID SHOES ever brought to this place. . BOOTS and SHOES in all grades. GHoiE'tJES m of all descriptions. BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND your inuirmui I Are jwruiaucnuj i-vkcu PETERS, Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 cU and IL New Awortinent Dresa Good. (No Trash) 15, 'JO and 23 cts. MW Underwear. Shirt, and Drawer., 50 ot Mein'Overshlrta. 75 oU and $L Men.' Overall., 50, 63, 75 cto and 8L Embroideries" and Edjjin. at Fabuloue Low Prioe.. Proportionate Rates. , . At greatly re.iuoen raw.. maj i W, i wm ""-- ' " - r, v,t;""- It Wl n low as any House Most give satisfaction to ill h ma favcr A. S. CUBUIR Dr.A.W.Prather. OFFICE SOUTH SIDE OF NINTH Street, opposite the Star liukery, CalU uronii tlv attemled to nk'lit r tlav. Chnmic iliseae a .peciidty. AV. T. Henderson, 3D -23 T,T S?E G 1?. HASTiKsUMKD PRACTICE i.;-; with .fflce In IUjV brick. ''t'ffr My operation, will be.Cnt- clau and charge. rt'iiaU, Old patron, as wid ;u new cne. are Invited to call. Physician and Surgeon. WILL ATTEND TO PROFESSIONAL chIU jlr or iiijiht. OFFICE I n "tnii. in Hnv. brick: or can be found at E R I.uckey .V C'. ilrun atnre. Office hour.: 9 to 12 in, 1 to 4 p in. 6 to $ pm. . Hiil'-'tf Dr. J. O.Gray, BEHTIST. OFFICE OVER (iltANGE STORK. All work warniittfd. Jjtiik'hliiir icn atlministered for PHiiilen ex traction of tooth. D3.W. C- SEKLDTvEBE, DEMT11ST. 13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED in Cottft'-'a Grove, lie perform, all opera tion, in meclinuical and mink-ul deutintry. All work warmnUd and nalisfikctiou vunraiitt-eiL Geo . W. Kinsey, JUSTICE CF THE PEACE. Real estate (or mile Town lot. and ftrmn. Collection, promptly attendod to. t Umidkn K, corner Eleventh and Hih St., Eugene City, Oroaon J. DAVIS, General Tailor. ALL KINDS OF WORK HONE IN THE ht of ityle at reosouuhle ruka, 1'nuU from 7 up. Hhop and reeiili-nco on Olivo .treet between Sixth and Seventh. always Curoi aai novor dl.a soimta. 'X'ssowoid'ac-catPbia JUIloTor for Kazx al Boost, Ckap, quioli and rclialilo PITCIIErw'3 CASTORIA Is not Narcotic. Children grow fat upon, Jlothcrj U'.:c, and Pliyslciaus rccommcud CASTOItiA. Itrcrnilatcstlio Dowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Vcvcrhlmess, and tic itrojs Worms, C WEI DE KETSrj'3 CA TARAII Ciiro. a Constitutional Aatldoto for this ten 11) la no ?y, tijr A"oorptlou. Tho mori Important Elsoovory aluoo Vac (laatioa. Cthcr remodie. may rallava Catarrh, tlia onrew at my stag bofoia Consuptios aot. in. ilk; u liiuui i1 Crocerls Provisions, Will keep on hand a general ajwortment Orocerie., Pro-ision, Cured MeaU, Tnliu!i. Ciars. tamlie.. Candle., 8oai, otiou, Green ami lril fniitu, Wood and Willow Ware, Crockery, Etc Bualneu will be conducted on CASK I3ARIS- Width mean, that Low Prices are Established ! Good dclitcrtd without harre to Efljrei All KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED yt whi.h we will pay the liiifn msrket prio. JASLPAGK iil a ti S (dm frrnpe at Corvaliis. Last Friday evening ft motit liorri'!o aflTray look laco in Corvalliit. Nii'k Baesi'ii, SiJ Moor and Jolinny Men Hinge'r were drinking, nnd i-rolm1 ly Cainliliny , in a wiloon conducted dy Joo McTinnnonn, formerly of fc!ulem. The ame Locainn so interesting that it . Nunied tlie slmpo of a drunken lirawl, which was very olinoxinim to thn pro prielor. After ordering them out and giving them other notice, he con niencod firing with a aelf conking r volver, 38 caliLro, no rapidly that-although they tried to start out after thfl first ahot, they (jot 'ut ft fw Ktepa to. ward th dwr hcfor hn nmptied four of the ihamliera, rrnhohly thn Hint and inoHt dangerouR shot whh at Nick l'ai Hon, form r'y of Salem, hut later a l.utcher at Corvnllk Thn hall entered thn uWlonion nnd lodged, against thn vertelirn,, a.nd lias sincn ext ranted. Hoped are entertained that it followed the ri'm around and did not enter the. cavity, in which cane favoraUo antici pations are entertained f.ir thn wounded iimn. Tim next two Mints were at Meimingi r; one Imllet panned throuifl Iiii4 fact, the other grazed thn top of It in head. Tint fou'tii I 'all initwed thn mark, hut passed through thn wall and hI ruck Joe llenklo, who was walking along Iho street. Fortunately, how ever, thn forco of thn hall wan so n'Mily Kpeiit that it did not takn cir'tt By this time thn thren men got out, and McTimmons locked himself in the Huloon. Bi'aaon,decliirii g hn was hhot, was aided heforn ln fell, into a doctor's ollicn iiear ly for examination, and was delirious most all night. Mmisinger's condition is not coimiilnred critical. Deputy Sherill' John Lewis immedi ately caino up and arreKteJ McTim mnnx, who waived exnmiimtion until yetiturduy, under hnnds of $2,000. Yesterday Juticn Quivey, considering Baeson's condition mom duniremus, re HmiuiHhed thn hail and t-niiHed the pris oner to de committed to jail to await his preliminary trial, which will take place tomorrow. McTimmons once conducted a saloon in KtrwartH hrick, in thin city, and got into a shoo'Jns Hcrapn hern so nn yars ago. Meiisinger is a blacksmith. Statesman, J u no 21st. C'jlimrl Nrmilili Dm J. Ex Senator J. W, Nesmith died at his homo near Perry, in Polk county, on Wednesday, Juno 17, at 11:45 A. M., aged 05 years. I In had heen un conscious siucn Sunday and his death was not unexpected ly his family. J. W. Nesmith was horn in Wash ington county, Maine, July 23, 1820. Iln removed to New Ilampshirn in 1838, thence to Ohio, thencn to Mis souri, and in 1813 to this Statu, com ing with the Apph'gatn party. Hn was elected a Supreme Judge of tho Territory in 1847. Ha took a valiant part in thn Cayusn war of 1848 and was Captain of Company G, Oregon volunteers. In 1848 he was elected a Representative to thn State Lnuislaturo from Polk county. Shortly afierward Captain Nesmith, as he was then culled, led nn exploring hand through the dan- uerous Indian country of Southern Oregon seeking for a piacticahlo route to California. Hn ran for delegate to Congress in 1819, and was defe.itod hy Samuel K Thurston, and in 1852 wo elected Treasurer of Polk county. In 1853 hn was appointed Marshal for Oregon, in which capacity he served until 1855. In thn Yakima war of 1855 he served the country in connec tion with General Phil Sheridan, who had command of a small force of United States regulora. In 18C1-C7 ho was United States Senator from Oregon, his colleagun Iteing Colonel Baker, who was killed at the huttln of B ill's BlufT. His residence has Imv n at Perry for nmhy yeitrs, -.here he funned on a large scale, nnd kept house in thn old style of hospitality and wel come. Senator Newitti was noted for his keen wit and humkr, and some (f his humorous saying had a national r pu. tation. He was a typical pioneer, and one of the foremost fipures of the early settleisuf this State, who are rapidly pacing away. It is to be regretted thnt' ' lter part of the life of this brilliin'- man w. s clouded by a' tlis lWniinl Jlpplti la h' Far n'nri!'. The State Ag,;enltnral College of Iowa is doing a solid favor to the great Northwest. Professor Budd, of the faculty, has for some years been expe' rimenting on hardy fruits. He im ported ' many varieties of fruit tries and hushes from Northern Europe and grafted them on nativn stocks. Morn than 180 fruit trees from tho froren' regions of Russia, Sweden and Norwa are now in process of trial at the col lege farm. Thn young trees are planted in the open prairie without windbreak or olher protection. They are now two years old, and hav stood the last terriMn winter ndmiraMy. Success has Leen retched in np lea, pears and plums. The professor has ctronf hopes, too, that ho can find peaches that will stand thn trying Northwest climate, though that is, to say tho least, doubtful, The experiment is of interest froni the Rocky mountains to Maine. The rroRpett is tint in a few years more thn whole splendid Northwest will le stocked with line young orchards thai will not winter kill. So much ihe bet ter. Thoso who eat largely of fruit have little need of drugs. People who live on apples do not have dyspepsia;. h Mud tif rjjnor. Qolonel Grigglon, by tho tfnhesi t.ttii g manner by which hn has pur chased goods on credit, and by thn hes itating manner in which ho has paid for them, fuila io occupy a'place among the fortuuntn el'iss of men known aa' "good customers." 'lha other day, just after the colonel had ordered several articles to be sent up to his house, the merchant of whom he had oidi red thn articles, said: "Colonel, I would like tho best in the world to favor you, but I really can't carry you any longer." , . "By thn way, that reminds me ot a jokn I huard in Washington last-" "Never mind almut Washington. I can't afford to li t you have thn goods. You own inn a hundred and fifty do- lars already." "My dear friend," said the colonel, lighting a cigar, "do you supposo I can, in justice to my honor, afford to pay a man who refuses to trust inel I may be peculiar, but I can't help i:. My father was very much tho same way. Don't remember thn old gentleman, do ynut You would havo liked him. Wish you would send these things np as soon ae you can, uooit morning! Arkansas Traveler. Rcsolutluni from the ralront The following resolutions were read and adopted by Linn County Business Council at its meeting on last Saturday at Shedd'; Whereas, There Is an effort Wing made on thn part of some to induce His Excellency Governor Z. F. Moody to call n extra session of tho Legisla ture; and Whereas, Ws believe that an extra session would bn of no benctit to the' citizens of the State, but would' only increase the expenses of the taxpayers' of thn State; therefore,- llisolveit, That we earnestly solicit the Governor not to convene an extra session of thn Legislature, but that he appoint a United' States Senator to till tint vacancy, and that he make said ap pointment in thn interest of thn agrii cultural and working men of tlit State. A comical incident in thn Illinois' Senatorial contest transpired at Wat wkfi, III., May 20th. Majoi Peters; editor' of tho "Republican" at that1 place and Republican member of the Legislature from Iroquois county, when' assured of Logan's election, telegraphed the boys from Springfield: "Logan ir elected. Paint my old home red." He' meant, of course, for them to hold a' jollification at Watseka, but tho leyv took him at his word, and'showing the message to Mrs, Peters, gained her1 consent, and forthwith thn entire pop ulation turned' out, procuring th brightest red paint imaginable, painted thn house, barn and nuthouses scarlet' roof, chimney and all, not sparing' even the fences and treetrunks. When H M:r Inard of Mm affair, bn wa, - the maddest man in tho ration, not- rithstanding Logan's election.