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KJTiRLIXIIF.D FOB TDK DISSEuMTIO OFDBJ.I.CMTIC PBlSiriPLES. AND TO E1M 41 HONEST MINI, BY TUB SWEAT OP OCR BROW
EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. APRIL 2K, 1890.
jhr (Sttgrne City 5uar
(P11I!LISIIED EVEttY SATURDAYS
1. I OAMl'UELL,
lublili-r nl I'roprH'tor.
fln the East aide of Willamette
;i2totwveaa Eighth Street
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
KATB3 OS ADVK11TI91NG.
Ajv.rtiseuienU inserted follow.:
IrSre. month. W 00
'St iotiL. in local column, 20 cent.
... line lor each insertion.
A King bilU will be rendered quarterly.
All job work must be paid fob on peuvkiiy.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
tiriLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
W of the Second Judicial District and in
kl Supreme Court of thii State.
8p!S3ttentloii given to collection, and
patten in probate
' L BEYEU,
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTI1E COURTS OF
r thii Stote. Will (five special attention
l collections and probate matters.
OrUCK-Over Hendrick k Eakin's bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
rUWKXB CITY, - - - OREGON
omCK-Rooiu. 7 k 8 McClureu Building.
a-Secial attention given to Collections
Md Probate bminess.
GEORGE A. DORRIS,
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
OrriCE In Register Block.
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
t'ourU of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, coi
ecting, and probate matters. ,
Collecting all kind, of claims agaiust the
United State. Government
Office In Walton', brick-rooms 7 and
Seymour W. Condon,
Itagcnc, - - Oregon.
GEO. M. MILLER,"
ittornoy anil Ccunssllor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Ofl ice-Lane Co. Bank Building
E. It. SKIPWORTn,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
OmcE-Upstairs in Register Block, first
door to the left
Will do a general law practice in all the
Court, of the State. All buhiness promptly at
A. E. GALLAGHER,
KUGENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to Probate business
and Abstracts of Title.
Orrici Over Lane County Bank.
.T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Knidenc on Fifth .treet, where Dr Shelton
Physician & Surgeon,
Special attention paid to Surgery and
Physician, Ssrgom and Gynecologist.
(26 Years Experience.)
Om-0er Browniville Store, Willam
EUGENE. - OREGON.
DR. J. O. GRAY, j
OFFICE OVE GRANGE STORE. ALL :
Laojhinf (. admiuWU-ed fur pane" i
t Una. 1
BE SlffiE N
You don't buy a Dollar s worth of DRY
GOODS until you have seen J. D. MAT
LOCK'S stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
DUESS GOODS, PARASOLS, SILKS,
RIBl'.ONS, LINENS. HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES. HOSIERY.
WHITE GOODS, CLOVES, WOOLENS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
GINGHAMS, SATEENS, POINTS, DOMESTIC, COTTONS,
CLOTHING. HATS. CAPS.
LOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.
UNDERTAKER. A bran
One of the Finest in the State.
A Fink Link or
ALL KINDS OF r; Si &'vriit5 UIIiBi
Undertaking Goods fl jmWWWL T " "
Conatnutly on band. A&Si't'"''11! LOWeSt Rates.
Store corner Willamette and 7th Streets
The hi Known Grocer in En;:!
Has a LARGER stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden ami Willow Ware tlyui ever before.
Pays Highest CAblt 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 he corteously treated. .
The Pacific Tea Co
Has Changed Hands
r. J. u.
Having purchased it.
Full Line of Groceries, Glassware and
Handsome Presents given away with Teas
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOf S and SHOES
Our assortment is Complete, from the lowest I'rkeuplo
Our lfanegt. can sujtyouifym give us a call.
OUR STOCK IS
SfFrec Sew and Stylili.Jg2
Look over; if , do not save you money, we will mak, aome one rl
af !1 to you lo
rA FULL LINE
new First-Class Hearse
l Also Dealeb in
.M&USL Furniture, Mat-
He will sell goods at
F. B. DUNN
Mm. WiNsi.ow'a SmiTiHNM Smi T. f.r thil I
ilreu t-elhiiw, i the rwriiii.iii 4if uiie f the
lent li'inule iiiiiw. ami 'Ii)kU'I.iti III the ,
I niteil Mali1., aim ai iwn ir mny
ttiiii iih'r lulling .iici'i'.w uv iniiiii ill. ill
..i .. . I . . Ml: . . .4 '
niiitlirra f r tlicir rliil.lnin, Ihintii; tln jim
ci"mi of tiHtliini; it v.vliio i. Iiinil.'ii!:il4e. It
relieve the child from pain, cure ilywntery
ami iliarrhiN-a, i;ti'iiiK in tlie N'Hrln. and wind
ic. Jty Ktvuiti Iip vIUi to the otiil.l it rent.
the mot tier. I'rice "Aw a Inittle.
That rrodiiws that beautifully auft otn
plcxion and U':ivt-a no tnin of it. applica
tion or iiijtirioiiH rfttatu? The onawcr, Wi
dom'i RoU'rtiiie nrt'iiuiplinhca all this, and
i. prououuM'd by liidii'it of taste nud n'llne
m ut to be the niost delihiful toih't article
erer produced. Warmtitid liannli and
matrlilvM. F. M. Wilkins, am'tit, Eugene
Chaii'O i. oim of tlii irrfsiKtublo law of
nature, mid furtiiimiel.Y tiit change in uhuuiil
ibTariablv fur the Iwtiiir. A. au iniUme of
fii., St. I'atrick 1'ilN are fitHl tukinn the
place of the old hnrxu and violent cathar
tic, because they are uiildur and produce
pleaaanter ellcct, beaidca they are much
more beneficial in removing morbid matter
from the .yulem end preventing iine and
other maluriouH discnu s. As a i lilinrtic
and liver pill they are uluiost perfect. For
vale by Otbnru ,V Co.
A Little Too Lute to doctor v. lieu Ilright's
Diaeaae biw done iU work. Take Wright's
Kiducy and Liver Cure for inllanimation o
kidwys aud liver, paiu in back nud othe
warnings ( kidney trouble. Hold by a
Combine the juice of the Blue Figs of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plant,
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ON LY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is ming it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
driiggirtforSYKUl' OF F1CS. Wnu.
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
San Franuko, Cau
lomsviLif, Kv. Nmv Yo, N. V
Sport sinan's Eporiuni.
HORN & PAINE,
I'iklnn; Turkic and Muitriuli,
All hiiius rr Nairi
Repairing done in th neatest ityle and war
Guns Loaned St A
Bt-ire n W
F. W. A. CRAIN
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Junction City, Oregon!
' HtiUl atUntina nlven In P-pairing
I WATCHED, CLOCKS aad JEWELRY.
1 d p
" .... .
Jackwuiville Iiiiif., Ajml !: Jixse niui,
(he lioor liaiulvlio UO una welt cmarlereil
ni 1 ml 1.113 n UUIlIli: luu I'lin. .uw.ivv..
. ,. . , , , f,iu
year, under the lludiwt of troatinent, bu
wclfiiru bavini; beeu the enpociul charge of
Jaekionvillo Loitgo No. 10, I. O. O. F., lant
week developed such piououuced nyniptom.
of iiiHiiuity thai he was examined on Mou
day bint bt l'r. liellar and Sommera before
Judge Neil and adjudged innuue. He was
tnkeu to Salem by F. Luy and S. J. l)y on
1'ue.ilny evening', traiu, Ilia hallucination
consiiitiHl in the fancy that some one
wanted to poixou him. During the period
be bud been a charge on Jacksonville lodge
of Odd Fellow, he has cost the order upwards
of f :i,000 for hi. maintenance, curtniuly
highly ctiiuiuendahle showing for this benev
On VednoKdny a number of wealthy men
were gueiwiug at the number of twenty-dollar
bills it took lo balance a silver dollar. In
a Wulla Walla bank. Their guessi ranged
from 100 to 10,00l, which ero about as
wil l i the gucH. usually made on tha num
ber of beau, iu a jar. The mouey wa.
weighed and it took just twenty bills to bal
ance a nilver dollar. Walla Walla States
Oon't Believe It
When told Unit F. XI. Wilkin, tha druggist,
is uot selling "Wisdom's ltobertiue" for the
complexion, the most elegant and only really
bttrmluaa preparation ol us Kiini iu mo
world, and giving a beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
Kiniball. South Da rta, Graphio: While
the columns of the O 'tipbio aro open lo any
and all uuobjtctioiial advertisement., yet
it i. quite impossible for us to speak know
ingly of the merit, of the variou. articles of
merchandise advertised. Particularly is this
true of patent medicines. Hut there are ex
ceptions occasionally aud a note-worthy ex
ception is tlio celebrated Chamberlain's
( ougu Itemeily. lliis now universally
known medieiue, has been advertised in the
Oraphio four or flvo years, but uot until re
oeutly had w any personal kuowlodgo of its
wouilerful elllcacy, wtileU naa como aooui
through the prevailing iiitlueuza aud the
stubborn cuiigb that has so often attended
it. In the writer's family this medicine bas
on several invasions mis winter oureu a
cough Hint bullied any and all other reme
dies, and the nnmlier of families iu Kimball
aud vicinity in which this remedy has been
used with like eltects attests to its value as a
specillu for coughs and colds of every nature.
t' . . I . 1... v.l...- f.
tor Mile uy vsuuiu a vu.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Daby was sick, we gave her Caitorta.
When .he was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When .he became Miss, she clunf to CaatorU,
ftlien she had Children, she gave them CftKorie.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
niniiv. uirenith and wholesomeness. More
fcouomictil lliun the ordinary kinds and oan.
uot bo sold in competition with the luulti-
t,i,. i.,w tst. sbort weiuht. alum or pnos'
nliiilA nnwdnrs. Hold onlv in cans. Kotal
Hakinu I owdkr vo.. 1U0 wan !., A.
1 .. Jit u. VT V
(OpixsiiteF. M. WUkins'Dru8tor.)
- Has an exlen.lve Stock of -8TA
X DAltD, M ISCKLLAX ROUS.
COLLECE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile. Fancy and 8chool Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
frOrders for Hooks and Subscriptions
to Newspapers and Periodicals promptly at
J. L. PAGE,
TTAVINO A. LARGE AND COMPLETE
II rto.k of Staple and fancy uroeene.,
UmgUt in tlie best market
Can off.r the public better
price, thaa any
Produce et all kia U taktl at aurksfprU
S I iff yy ,gS
llr,;":;;::;: ' Bookstore
Lane County Demo
A GOOD TICKET NOMINATED,
A Harmonious ConventionThe Tick
et Favorably Received.
The Lane Couuty Democratic. Convention
met at the Court House in Eugene Satnrday,
April, 1800, at 11 o'clock a. m. Ou notion,
L. liilyeu was elected temporary chairman,
It. M. Mulhotlnnd, temporary secretary and
T. 3. Craig assistant secretary.
J. T. Million! of Junction, D. It. Harris
of Cottage Grove; J. R. Campbell of Eugene,
Euoch Coleman of Coburg, and Tuos. Val
ley, of Irving, were appoiuted a committee
A committee on permauent order of busi
ness was appointed as follows: II. C. Hus
ton of Spencer, E P. Coleman of Coborg,
. E. P. Withers of Springfield, Jas. Gear-
hart of Eugene aud Uiram Wingard of Si
uslaw. Committee on resolutions: A. II. Spare
of Cottage Grove, John Whiteaker of Eu
geue, aud J. K. Hill of llichardson.
Adjourned to meet at one o'clock.
The convention met pursuant to adjourn
The committee on credent lals made their
report which was as follows:
To the Lane County Democratic conven
Gkvti.kmign: We. your oommittee on
credentials beg leave to report that we have
perlormod the duty assigned ns auu nno tne
ollowing delegate entitled to seats IU mis
Mohawk N. r. Hammitt, J. h. Davis.
Irving Greene Zumwalt, John Holland,
Junction Citv-J. P. Milliorn, U. o.
Clcek. by T A Milliorn proxy, Casjier Hick
srd, by T A Milliorn proxy, U. M. Mul
holland, I. Darneille.
Pleasant Hill U. W. Hndges, James
Willamette E, P. Coleman, Win, Nay-
lor, Geo. Smith.
North Eugene J. U. (Jumpbell, J no. u.
Day, L. Ililyeu, W. G. Purkersou, Sampson
Lost Vallsy Joi. Parker, by Jas. Parker,
proxy: Win, Williams.
1 . ..... - t f , ITIII
Itleliatilson i N iiemoree, iv iiui,
Dan'l Smrth, J F Kirk.
Hiuslaw-lt. Doty, Hiram Wingard.
Creswell 8. 1). Jaoksou, Ooo. 11. Day,
Smincer II. O. Huston, D. M. Richard
son, S. Y.Abbott.
Bpriuglleld-A. I. Hurton, J. w. niew-
art, J. A. McMub.au, J. E. P. Withers, W.
Goshen -David Eby, U. O, Matthews.
Coyote L F McPberson, Tbo MoCnl-
long Torn Oliver Mays, Craig Hayes,
Geo W Turnbow.
Cottage Grove David Harris, J. U. Wal-
lace, Jno. Cooiey, JelT Markley, A. II.
bpsro. . .
noiitn fcugene i u iienuriu.., uuu
Whiteaker, Geo. W. Kinsey, Jas. Gearbart,
Jas. E. Noland, T. J. Craig, John liailey,
Chester Osburu, I. D. Matlock.
Mabel A Drury.
Davis-U A MoMahan.
Chosher Richard Rush, T. A. Fountain.
(lute Creek J II Milliorn.
Florence Geo. H. Colter by Joseph Tay
lor, proxy; Wallace bweet, by L liilyeu,
Uale Dell-T II MoClane, by J. It.
Wild Cat No preoinot convention was
held in Wild Cat but A D Reeves and A F
Davis of that nrecinct are present and we
recommend they be allowed to cast the vote.
Fall Creek Mr. lluuulcutt, Jno. Msaeu-
ger, by 11. f'. iiunmouti, proxy.
J. P. Milliorn, J. 11. Campbell, Thoi.
Dailey, D. R. Harris. Committee.
The committee on permaneut organisation
and order of businesi made their report
which was adopted as follows:
We. vonr oommittee on permanent organ-
Ization auu oruer oi du.iuw. wumu iwi
fully submit tlie following roport:
. . . . . . i ..i.i . ...
Chairman Ex-Gov. John Whiteaker.
Secretary R. M. Mulbolland. .
Asst. Beo. Thos. Craig.
OBDIB OF BDIIMBSS.
Nomination of one candidate for Stats
Nomination of three candidates lor rep
Nomination of a candidate tor ioun'
Nomination oi a oanuiunve iui ousnu.
Nomination ol a candidate for County
Nomination of a candidate lor irea.urer.
Nomination of a candidate for Assessor.
Nomination of a candidate for School So
' . ,. . . P.wl 1.1.
nominailOD OI a uauutuatv ivi vw.u.j
Klection of nine delegates to attend the
Ki(fiint.iirin rn caniiiuaia lur ouiuuvi.
Democratic State Convention.
E. P. CoLtMAif, Chairman.
Governor Whiteaker took the chair and
placed the convention In good humor by a
few appropriate remarks.
J. R. Campbell, A. U. Spare. J. H. Tay-
lor and Geo. W. Kinsey were appointed tell-
Rev. P. 8. Knight will preach at the Con
gregational Hull next Sunday at 11 a. m.
aud 7 JO p. m.
non R M Veatch. of Cottage Grove waa
re-nominated (or Statu Senator by acclama
E P Coleman of Coboig. L Bilyeu of Eu
gene, and R Doty of Siuslaw, were nomi.
nated for Representatives by acclamation.
C P Houston, of Junctioj, was nominated
for Clerk by acclamation.
James E Noland of Eugeue, aud Tboe
Bailey of Irving, were plsoed in nomination
for Sheriff. The ballot resulted! Noland,
4'J: Bailev. 23. On motion the nomination
of Ja E Noland wa made unanimous.
j a rues Parker of Pleasant Hill, O B Day
of Creswell, and Geo Smith of Coburg, were
placed in nomination for Commissioner.
The ballot resulted: Parket S3, Day 29,
Smith C. On motion of Mr Dny the nomina
tion of James Parker was mado unanimous.
J J Walton, Sr, of Sprtngflold, J O Watts
and J G Day of Eugene, and J F Kirk of
Richardson, were placed in nomination for
Treasurer. Mr Kirk declined and withdrew
his name. The 1st ballot resulted: Walton
23 Watts 11, Day 30, Kirk G. Second bal
lot: Walton 1(1, Watts lo, Day 43. On
motion the nomination of John G Day waa
P J McPberson of Eugene, was nominated
for Assessor by acclamation.
Dr A W rsttersou of Eugene, and Win'
Miller of Lost Valley were placed in nomi
nation for School Superintendent. The ballot
resulted: Patterson C3, Miller 20. On mo
tion the nomination of A W Patterson was
Frank Wooley of Cottage Grove, was nom
inated for Surveyor by acclamation.
Dr W T MoMurtry of Eugene, was nomi
nated for Coroner by aoclamation.
OOCNTT CRHTBAL COUMITTEC.
The following County Central Committee
South Eogeno, -John Whiteaker, Chair
man; North Eugene, L Bilyou; Mohawk, N
P Hammitt; Irving, Thoa llailey; Junction
City, RM Mulbolland; Pleasant Hill, Jaa
Parker; Willamette, Geo Smith; Lost Val
ley, Joe Parker; Richardson, I N Hembree;
Siuslaw, Hiram Wingard; Creswell, Geo L
Gilfry; Spencer, II C Huston; Springfield, W
P Cbeabire; Goshen, H O Matthews; Long
Tom, Craig Hayes; Coyote, L F McPberson;
Cottage Grove, A H Spare; Mabel, A Drury;
Davis, C A MoMahan; Cheshire, T A Foun
tain; Gate Creek, J II Milliorn; Florence,
Wm Kyle; MoKenzie Bridge, John I.ham;
HazleDell, T II MoClane; Wild Cat, A D
Reeves; Fall Creek, H F Ilunuicutt; Middle
Fork, John Blakely; Lake Creek, 0 A
Potterf; Jasper, C F Humphioy; Hermann,
W W Neeley; Lane, Wm Hlachley; Camp
Creek, W D MoClain.
DELRflATKS TO STATE CONVENTION.
The following dolegates to the Stute Con
vention were elected) John Whiteaker by
aoclamation, I L Campbell, T O Hendricks,
T J Craig, J D Matlock, T A Milliorn, K M
Veatoh, L Bilyeu and E P Coleman. '
H 0 Huston presented a resolution
adoptod by Spencer precinct primary asking
that delegates to the State Convention be in
structed lo vote in favor of nominating the
candidates for United States Senator in the
state oonveutiou. On motion the resolution
J R Campbell offered the following resolu
tion, which on motion-was adopted: Re.
solved, That the Lane oounty Demooratio
convention indorses the state administration
of Gov Sylvester Pennoyer and sustains him
in his veto of (he Portland Bull Run Water
bill making wator bonds uon taxablo.
Tuesday'! East Oregoniun contains the
following: "The oaae of Geo, Ilahn vs. tbe
Baker City lodge, A. F. 4 A. M., taken un
der advisement by Judge James A. Fee, was
decided last evenlcg In favor of the plaint ilf.
The case is of tome interest, It appears
that the property in dispute, fifty feet front,
in Baker City, with a building thereon, waa
sold to Geo. Ilahn, commercial man, but
that only the lower story of tbe building was
included in tbe transaction, the upper story
being sold to the defendants in the case.
The building burned down in tbe recent
fire, and Hahn contended that tbe interest
of the lodge in the building or property waa
destroyed by the conflagration, and brought
suit to establish hi sole title to the proper
ty. The lodge contended, as a portion of
the walla were standing that Hahn waa ob
liged to restore bis portion of the building
iu order that they could rebuild tbe upper
story by them occupied before tbe fire. Tbe
case waa argued in Chambers not long ago
and decided ai stated. It will probably be
At Monmouth a petition 1 beinp circu
lated and generally signed by the people
demanding that the young men who were
suspended from the normal school on ac
count of the Stanley affair be reinstated, and
that thorough investigation be made of
tbe charges preferred by them. From this
it would seem that the first investigation
was a wblte-woih. And as the suspended
scholars hold lo their story that they saw the
profoasor in a compromising position with
one of the lady teachers, the second investi
gation may have a different roault from tbe
first. Salem Statesman.
Give Them a Chancel
That is to say, your lungsi Also all your
breathing mathinery. very wondertnl
machinery It 1. not oniy me larger air
passages, but the thousands of little tube
and cavities leading from them. When
these are clogged and choked with matter
which dnght not to be there, your lungs can
not do their work. And what they do, they
cannot do weel. Call it cold, cough, cronp,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any of
tbe family of throat and nose and head and
lung obstructions, all are bad. All ought to
be got rid of. There is just one sure way
to get rid of them. That is to take Bos
cbee' German Byrnp, which any druggist
will sell yon at 75 cents a bottle. Even if
everything els ba failed you, you may de
peud upon this for oertain.
That A. Goldsmith has the largest, finest
and best stock of Queensware, Crockery and
Ula.iw.re ever brought to Eugene. Give
him a call and be will prove It to you.
On a recent visit to Iowa. Mr. K. Dalton,
of Duray, Uusaell county, Kansas, called at
the laboratory of Chamberlain k Co.. Dr
Moines, to show them bis six ear old boy,
whose life had been saved by Chamberlain's
Conoh Remedv. it having cured him of
severe attack of croup. Mr. Dalton is cer
tain mat It saved DM noy s me ana i. emuu
slastle in hi praise of th Remedy. He
ays it has an excellent reputation in bi'
vicinity; that farmer come fifteen mil
his store (or it. For sale by O.bnr '