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EUGENE, Oil., SATURDAY. MAY 24. 1890.
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J. jL JL W JLS V
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(PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYS
1. L CAMPBELL,
,.ublUbT nd Proprietor.
winr-On th East side of Willamette
Md KigUth titrtu
TKBM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION.
IV annum. '
KVrK9 OB ADVKB'flSlNQ.
tTrtU.t.wlUUchged.t th. ol
,wingrt! . t)u $6 00
llSttato ii-l 4umD, 20 cent.
IrUs" bTbilW'S: render! quarterly.
wffk must be faip roao- wurm.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
r PRACTICE IK THE COURTS
J . Pourt o tbia State. ,
km1iv.n to collection. and
pwr In pr"01 .
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
P this State. Will give special attention
tToeUections and probate matter
f.r..-Ov Hendrick fc Eakin's bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
KUiJENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE-Roomi 7 8 McClaren Building.
arSpecUl attention given to .CoUectfc.ni
Hd Probate buainess.
GEORGE A. DORRIS,
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
Orricl-In Register Block.
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Court, of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, col
ctinir. and probate matter, ,
oXsting all kind, of claim, against the
United SUte. Government
Office in Walton', brick-room. 7 and S.
Seymour W. Condon,
GEO. M. MILLER,
Mtomey and Ccunsellor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Onice-Lane Co. Bank Building.
E. R. SKIP WORTH,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Orrica-Upstair. in "Water Block, first
door to the left.
Will do a general law practice in all the
Co-irU of the State. All buineai promptly at
A. E. GALLAGHER,
tUGEXB CITY OREGON.
8pecial attention given to Probate business
sad Abstracts ot Title.
Orrici Over Lane County Bank.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth .treet, where 1 Shelton
Physician & Surgeon,
Bpecul attention paid to Surgery and
Phyfdan, Surgeon and Gynecologist.
(26 Tear. Experience.)
Orrss-Orrf Broworrille Store, Willem
eUeatreet. EUGENE, - OREGON.
DR. J. O. GRAY,
OFFICE OVB GRANGE STORK. ALL
, work warranted,
loihkt ga adsaiakrtered for painleat es
l a teeth.
ty . 8T III
il ''WJr' III
If! A I v
Vi .V III
fTMA. I-mXJ. Ill
-r.USIXE.sS ESTABLISHED 18 YEAR&-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
Ik Most Iki k South ot Maui
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
J. W. CHERRY is still carrying
a full line of these
also a full line of
HATS, CAPS AND GENTS FUR
Sold at the Lowest Prices. Re
member the stand, Walton's Block.
BE SURE !
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
DRESS GOODS, PARASOLS, SILKS, VELNETS, NOTIONS,
RIBBONS, LINENS. HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES. HOSIERY,
WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, WOOLENS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
GINGHAMS, SATEENS, POINTS. DOMESTIC, COTTONS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.
UNDERTAKER. A tor an new First-Class Hearse
One of the Finest in the State.
A Fink Link or
AND ALL KINDS Of
Conslautly on hand.
Store corner Willamette and 7th Streets
Ik H Enter in Sup!
IIa.s a L VIKJKU stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden and Willow Ware than ever before.
Pays Highest CAM1 price for Country Produce, Furs, Skins,
Hides, Wool, Tallow, ifcc.
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.
Pay & Henderson
s Till- l.EADINO
House in Eugene. Corner 7tb and Wil. Sts
tti mm mxMM.rn.Mm
Auo Dkalcb in
ding, Which are offered at the
The only remedy known which will
Stimulate the Mutrlttre Processes ot thi
. Human System.
Bjr thl. natural and Impl mean, it qolckly
and pirmaneutly aWKIij All rnu of
DytperMla, Con.tlpalWn, kfralal and
.rTou Kxhaiutluiu O.a.r.l Debility,
llraln Fas, or any xhau.Ud or weak
ned eondltion of the ay.tcm. from whaU
ever ran., Bkln Ernptlona, Boll., Kun.
nine Bona, Scrofula, and all DIhum of
the Ulood, Stomach, Liver and Kidne ja,
91.00. SIX BOTTLES FOR S5.00.
Pr. HIHpi'. M rire hook, dewrlptlre of ttf
dnutliie lintoniUve and hU filler Hvuiedioi,
KUl free by mall.
KILLER DRUB CjUan FrancIsco, Cat.
FOB SALK BY
E. R. LUCKEY A CO.
Townsend & Harrison, Props.
Field, Vegetable and
- Flower Seeds,
APIARY AND rQULTUY tiUrrUES,
Oarilen Tool., Furlilizorit, Tree., Eto.
id'J Second St., tel. Salmcu & T.ylor
(T'Sunil for Catalogue.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUXD AT HIS OFFICE or re.
idenoe when not ro(eiwiunaUy engaged.
Realdence on Eighth .treet, oiioalte Fretby'
GEO. F. CUAW,
Eagene City, Oregon.
McClaren s Building,
(OpMite F. M. Wilkin.' Drugstore.)
Haa an extenalve Stock of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
try, Blank Bookt, Cutlery, Etc.
ffOrderi for Book, and Subscription,
to Newspaper, and Periodical, promptly at
It. It. Cochran & Son,
Real Estate Agents.
Kugene City, Oregon.
Will attend to general Real Estate bu.ine.
inch a. buying, selling, leasing and renting
farm, and city property, etc. Office on south
aide of Ninth .treet r
B. F. DOERIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
r HAVE SOME VERY DKSIKAI'.LE
I farms. Iinurored and Unlmrov.d town
property for aal., in easy terina.
PrmertT Eentcd and Rents Collected,
Tli Tf.Miir.nn. CnmiMUile. I reormient are
amn( the Olileat aud Dioat Reliable, and in
th. f aoMPr anil iw'itaii .s anjusiiDeiia oi mm
MM TAI SB-DH BWflOII.
A .hart of your patrmuge la nlidted.
OrHoe up-etalra, ItegioUr Rlorb.
B. Y. DORRIS.
F. W. A. CRAIN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Junction City, Oregon
or Hnrrisl sttrfiti. giro to RTirinf
WATCH EH. CLOCK and JEWELRY.
The OrruoiiUn In .pewking of Governor
Peuuoyvr'a cou.tilutioual olje'tlou to tin)
iitueof non latutle bond, by muuiiiptl
It (the Oregotiln) luiKht how, k It
haa dnu over aud over, that llm conHilu
liougivei (he 1 niHlatiite jwaer to exempt
from taxation property euiployed for munici
pal purpoae., nd that the mean, employed
by a city for .upplying Ititelf with water
would fall within thi definition."
It 1. not creditable to Ihe toutid judg
ment of the Orrgonian to make auch a
.peciou. argument. Cannot the editor of
that p.per comprehend the plain propoHiiiou
that when a municipality iuei bond. ud
aell.lhvm to individual., that Ihe.e londi
then are private property aud therefor uuder
the eonititutiou could not be exempt trom
taxation by legl.lnliv eutctmvut. Buppoie
the city had reul Mtnte which It deepud
proper to aell aud e the proceed. W eup
ply llnelf with water, doe. the Oregoni.u
.appoM that lbs legislature enuld pae a luw
exempting auch real e.tnte from luxation
beoanae, fortooth, the city employed it a. a
meani" to neouro uih waturf And yet
theite are parallel case, and .tand or full
together. The Oregonlan may not uuder
tmul thl. but the voter, of llm .Into are
rapidly coining to a couiprelmmimi of il.
' ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
kin Winhi.ow b Soothing Stkup. for chil
dren teethinx, 1 the prearriptlon of one of t he
teat female nure. ami phyaivian. In the
United SUtea, and ha. been uaed - fr forty
year, with never faillnc aucceH by million, of
mother, for their chiMran. During the pro
oeM of teething lU value la Incalculable. It
relieve, the child from pain, cure, dyaentery
and diarrhoea, griping In the bowela, and wind
colic Ily giving health to the child It reaU
the mother. Price 2ftc a bottle.
What Is lit
That produces that beautifully soft com..
nl m ion and leave, no trnoea of it. npplica-
linn nr iniuriou. efTecU? The BliHwer. Wit
dom't Robert ine acoompliahe. all thl., and
1. pronounced by ladle, ot tasto nun renne
ment to be the uioat delightful toilet article
nmdnced. Warranted bariuk'Na and
matcblew. f . U. Wilktu., ageui, r.ugene
Change i. one of th. irreniHlable lawe of
nature, and fortunately tho change U alinoat
invariably for tlu lietter. A. an iu.tance of
thi., St. Patrick Pill, aro faat taking the
nlaee ol the old harsh and violent cathar
tic., became tboy are milder aud produce
a pleaaanter efl'oct, beside, they are much
more beneficial in removing morbid matter
from the .yatom and preventing ague and
other mnlaiiou. di.oaae.. A. a outbartlo
and liver pill they are aliuo.t perfect. For
tile by u.unrn to.
That A. OoldHUiitb ha. the largest, finest
and beat .lock of Queon.ware, Crockery and
Olaaawure ever brought to Eugene. Qive
him a call and be wilt prove it to yon.
On a recent vUit to Iowa. Mr. K. Daltou,
nf nnnv. KuhkhII count v. Kauaa. ealled at
the laboratory of Chamberlain & Co., De.
Moine., to .how tusm bl stx rear om ooy,
whoae life hail been aaved by Chamberlain'.
Cough Remedy, it having cured Lira of a
eevera attack ol oronp. air. isauou 1. w
i.ln ihni ii anvrd hi. bov'a life and I. enlbu-
liaatlo in hi. prnioe ot the Remedy. He
ay. it baa an excellent reputation In hi.
vicinity; that farmer, come fifteen mile, to
ol. .lore lor 11. or miv vj v.uu.u
Don't Believe It
um... il.l tt,i.t V M Wilkins. tha drncuist.
f. uvu wi ... . " -
:.. ....i ..n;,. wiu.lnm'. UnlHtrtini) for the
I. Uw. avitiuK. -
complexion, the most elegant and only really
narmles. preparaiion oi n . .
wArld. and uivine a beautiful picture card
wltn every uouie.
... ' r ... -
vimlmll Snuih n.kut. Oranhiu: While
the columns of th. Qiapblo are oeu lo any
and all nuotijecuonao e aavrneiueuin, ji.
it i. quite Impossible lor U. 10 .peas suuw
inni nf it,. mrii.of th. various article, of
merchandise advertised. Particularly ia Ibis
true of patent medicine, uui mere sr.
nn..ol,.nnll .nit . note-worthv ex
caption is tbe celebrated Cbaiuberluin
Cougn Kemedy. ini. now uuivc,iij
n.inina h.. lwn .dvertised in the
. JU" 11 "
n. n A. nri Imt not until re-
u ni'Uiu v. " ' j . -
I , .. ..Jni. rtl ta
cent ly DSU we any personal uuwu(b .
wonderful euicacy, wnicu uu boiu.
,,. nn.i,iilliii li floenza Slid the
stnblorn cough that has no often attended
i. i. ?.. fumilv ilil. miidicine ba.
1, ill .UD wmu m
r.. nonii.inn. tlii. wi utcr cured a
cough that baffled ny and all other reme
dies, and tbe number ol famine, id niuiu.ii
, .:..i..ii. In liU ihi. reined f has been
.UU .inuiij l" " . " - I -
i ui,k i.k. ru,i. .iim.1. lo il. value a. a
iijicc.no lor coukoi nd oold ol every nttiure.
rwr mib vj vuiu a. vwi
The hluhest cash price will be paid for
wheat by f . Ii. JJunn.
Combine the juice of tbe Blue Figsot
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with th medicinal virtues of plants
known to be moat beneficial to the
human system, forming Ihe ON LY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yt
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOYELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Ksturally follow. Every on is using it
tnd all are delighted with It. Aak your
druggiat for SYRUP OF FIGS. Mana
fictuied only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Saji f saacuco, Cau
All For IVniioyer.
llrowtinvillo Timca, Inl. Rep.
It ii a vety aigiiificant fuel Ihut nearly
every independent mwpaper in tbe atate I.
t did for Pi nuojer. It may alno be noticed
that the pnrliimu preaa on both tide, favor
their renpective caudiditte. with very, vkbv
( oaitlve declaration, of right and juatice.
Which of the two partlxau elrmeut. i. cor
root. Moth cannot poaaibly bv, wuere
there U a JilT. reuoe. rcrhap. it might be
et'er to aak which i. more nearly correct.
Each aido i poaitivo, one equally 10 tbe
other. The iudependeut prea. I. not biased
by either party, but it left free to chooae
whichever I. deemed the beat candidate.
a it not a aignificaut fact then that the in
dependent pica, of tho at.to !. nlmoat unau-
imoua for Pennoyer, when many of the edl.
tor. bave alwaya luauud toward the Repub
lican paity? Wo brought thi. matter op
while iu eouveraation with a good Republi
can the other day. Thi. Q. R. in anawer
to thi. fact aid, that all the In
dependent paper, are run by crauk. or (ore
head.. Ah! a peraou who haa the ruauhood
to apeak bl. bom it convictions, a "orauk1'
imply because not a Republican or Demo
ciat? Il might bo thought by our reader.
thai thi-J man ia a cruk for making ucb
an aaaertiou, but be Is not, he i. a "good
Republican." llut even though Ihe lnde'
pendent prea. of Ihe .Utte 1. "crnuky," doe.
it follow that orauk. are all wrong? Not by
auy mean. It 1. usually me case mat a
"crauk" ia a peraou who bu. right upon hi.
his aido aud dure, to apeak it. There ia on.
thiug euro a crank doe. what he believe, to
be right. People who are not bound
by prejudice are for Pennoyer
they having but one object In view, the
greatest good to the greatest number.
For Slate Trcanurcr.
Welcome: The way our state fund, have
been mauaged by George W. Webb, is one of
tbe strongoat possible reason, for his re
election to tho office of Slate Treasurer.
Iu blot tbe heavy .peculator, in dry good.
found not a mau romly fur pay to let them
have all the mouey they needed in their
privuto ventures. He baa beou a veritable
watchdog of Ihe treasury, and not ouly ha.
uotaceut uot gouo astray, but over $100,
000 of .late indvbtediieri hiM been paid eff.
Thi. Is a record that Mr. Webb 'a patty Is
proud of, aud with that record they expeot
to place bltn ouce more whore hs will con
tinue iu his good work.
When D. P. Thompson was several years
ago made receiver fur the Weidlur saw mill
at Portland, a part of Ihe Holiday estate,
one of his first acta says lbs Albany Demo-
arut, was to reduce tho wagoa of tbe em.
ploycs an average of 30 cents a day. Tbe
men bad lo atond it, for tbe times wore hard
and they could not afford to strike, as they
could find uo employment elsewhere. Now
was this sot of D, P. Thompson dictated by
motive, of economy? Nut a bit of .it. rot
there is tho oflicial record ot the auprem
oourt ot this state which shows that b
biouifbt suit., amounting to 930,000 for bl.
nwn ,irv l.'f. receiver. In other words.
U. V, Thompson reduced lue wage oi me
men of Weitllt r's mill, took Ihe bread out of
Hi. itwmiliy nf their strnffulino futnilie.. and
(or no other purpose thau to put the money
in nu own pocnei.
There were 30.000,000 sheep east ot tbe
Mishissimil liver when the high tuxes were
put on wuol. In 120 years' lime lb number
ha decreased to 13,000,000, and now Colum
bus Deluiio, president of the National Woo'
Growers' Association, asks congress for (till
higher dutie. on wool. What (or; to kill 1
the hcep-eimt of Ihe "Father of Waters?"
Sltfce 1870, when hide, wero placed on th
free list, Ihe number of cattle in the country
have increstcd from 25.400.000 to 50,300,
000. aud tbe output ot hide, is 1(1,000,000
annually, or nearly two and one-time, th
upply 12 years ago. Would Ihe Republican
tariff bill in congn as put anew duty ol 13
per cent, on bides to kill th cattle buainess?
Judgo Bennett, of The Dalle., who i. Id
tbe city attending court, say that Pennoyer
will mrely carry Wasco and Sherman ooun
tie. (originally Wasco,) which gave abon1
425 Republican majority two year. .go. lie
also say. that one Republican farmer told
him be knew of filly other, in bl portion ot
the county, of the same politics and occupa
lion, who would vote for Pennoyer. -IW
dleton, E, O.
A special from Washington says: The
bonse judiciary committee has voted to sup
port th amondment to th constitution
providing that United States senators be
elected directly by the people.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
pnrily, streiiKtb and wbolewmenena. aion
economical than lb ordinary kind, and ean
with the multi
tude of low lent, .hort weight, alum or phoe
phate powder. Sold only in can.. Roial
Bakho Powpkb Co 1o6 Wall St., N. Y.
Speaking ot good Republicans, Captain
Humphrey of Albany, is on of the best.
He is a stalwart among stalwarts, but be
canuot swallow Thompson.
He has, no doubt, taken many a doae ol
political ipecac, but the wrenching decoc
tion prepared fur his party by the Lotun
olique, was too much for even his masaive
Therefore, he ha declared himaolf for Syl-
veater Fenuoyer, tnd In term that cannot
While Ihe reporter wa. conversing with
biin on Ihe itroet the other day, Captain
Humphrey was approached by a Republican
acquaintance, and the following dialogue
Said the gentleman to Captain Humphrey;
"I understand yon are going to vote for
Humphrey "I am."
"He1 a' crauk."
"So was Ren Frauklin."
"So vu General Jackson."
"He's an aristocrat."
"So was Qeorge Washington."
"He's a deraagogne."
"So wa. Abe Lincolu all for the people;
aud it teem to me that a man In whom ia
(ouud all tha attribute of Washington, the
Father ol bis Couutry;' of Franklin, tbe
philosopher, who did more for America than
any other one man; of Andrew Jackson, the
soldier and statesman; and Abraham Lin-
oolu, with malice toward none, with charity
tor all, ia better qualified to govern tbl
state than I D. P. Thompson, for whom
not one necessary qualification oan bo
olainied. Yes, air, I am for Pennoyer, and
1 will not forget to work tor him trom now
until hs 1 elected by a majority double that
he received before."
ThU is Captain Humphrey's position in
this political fight. Mr. Humphrey i wet
known throughout the Willamette valley.
tie wa elected to the state aenate aa a Re
publican from Liuu county, and the asm
party gave him the office el district attorney.
He love, hi party, but be hate, with all
his heart, knave and fraud of every atrip.
I tie methods that placed D. P. Thomp
son In nomination are not countenanced ;by
men like bini.
A governor that would be . ruled by Jim
Lotan and hi gang is not the man Captain
Humphrey desires to superlnlom. the gov
ernment ot Oregon.
Railatu'i Microbe Killer.
The analysis ot a patent medioine is more
or less Interesting to th physician, since It
afford him an opportunity to wonder at the
ease with which people may b,i duped, and
also istisfy his professional curiosity. Dr.
R. Q. Eccles, in the Druggist' Circulsr, re
port aa analysis of Radam'i Microbe Killer
No, 1, a compound prepared by quondam
i.xa. lionst, and widely advertised ovor
the country, not only in the secular cress.
but also, we blush ( WIit8 it (n
medicd journals. Dr. Ecolos' analysis reads
thus: Oil ot vitriol, impure, 4 drama; nmri
alio, impure, 1 dram; red wine, about 1
ounce; well or spring water, one gallon.
This concoction is sold for three dollars per
gallon, lea than fir cents being required
for IU manufacture. The action of it con
stituent on the human body i well known
to physicians, and therefore no explanation
need be given. II cannot be expected that
the laity, who know so little ot medicine,
will be competent judge ot a worthy and a
It U the duty ot tbe medical profession
to expos the danger attending th admin
istration of patent medicine, and then if the
people choose to Uke them, they have
themselves to blame (or any bad result that
may follow,' No good U done by abusing
Ihe men engaged in such enterprise, who
have, perhap been deluded into deluding
th poblio through Ignorance or
avarice. Argument on th part of th phy
sician will not serve to cbsnge the mind of
tbe person bent on th use of preparation
of this kind, since the physician's counsel
ii considered biased, and his opinion ia
looked upon .. Ihut of a jealous rival. Tbe
public bave not yet reached tbe point where
they believe pby.iui.u to be sincere in their
condemnation of quack remedies, or their
advocacy of sanitary reform, for it is the
only Instance of a profession working di
rectly against its own interests. St. Joseph
A cloudburst and rainstorm on the wct
sidt of Table Rock mountain, in Jackson
county, extended west as fare Moouvill
and did considerable damege one day last
week. Hail fell to the depth ot six inches,
doing considerable damage lo grain aud
stripping the fruit tree within a limited
Let the people think. In 1835 the total
irreducible school fund of the state was
fbti8,735.1C. In Wi it bad grown to the
magnificent sum of f 1.755,700; shoeing an
increase under Oovernor Pennoyer aud
Treasurer Webb's administration ot 1867,. -073.
M, tbu. more than doubling in that
brief pel led.
The East Orcgouian ha. the following:
A subscriber lo the Daily Eoat Oregon iuu in
Umatilla county writes: "A number of Re
publican in thi neighborhood are goiug to
vote for Pennoyer. Tbompaon'. money
m.y beat him, but nothing else will." The
am story comes to us every day from vari.
ous parts ol th country.
Tb Lexington Dadget carries at the bead
of it. editorial column, the Republican .tale
ticket, with lb. exception of Thompson, for
whom it eubditutea Pennoyer. Every Re
publican paper in the atate Which haa any
regard for the welfare of the people should
do the same thiug.
Bring yonr old scrap cast iron to tli. Eu
gene Iron Foundry where you can dUpoxe