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KSTiBLIXUEB KOB TOR DIXFIH T!0H 0VDE10CK.1TIC PRlSrirLKS. 1X9 TO 11-1 H HOXCST L1V1K6 BY TDEIWEIT OF OCR BBOW
EUGENE, OIU SATURDAY, JUNE 14. 1890.
fhf tfugw (City Sard.
,PBBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
I. L CAMPBELL
PubllHhVr ! Proprietor.
MMi'V-On the East side 'f Willamette
Seventh aud Eighth Streets.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Six Months .,
' .wtomeoU Inserted MfoUows:
AdM ten lines or leu one insertion $3j
'"nmTt wiU l chrpd t th. ol
Iinrw: w 00
l .I" "."lth, . . . .'. 00
' ""UM ..... "
'StCtiini column, 20 cent.
WHUta render quarter.
M lob work must be paid ro om ihuvxkt.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
ii t PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
Y 1 o'th MA Judicial District and in
Lireme Court of thi State.
emotion " " ,oll,,ct",n, anJ
-atteri in Pbate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTI1E COURTS OF
P this State. Will (rive special attention
tocllectioM and probate matters.
Orricx-Over Hendrick k Eakin't bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
"0BKSB CITY. - - - OREGON
' orFICE-Roome 7 k 8 McClaren Building
Special attention given to Collections
tod Probate business.
GEORGE A. DORRIS,
SU0ENECITY, - - OREGON
OfMCl-In Register Block.
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
A.TT ORN K7-AT-LAW
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of the State.'
Special attention given to real estate, col
ctine. and probate matter.
Collecting all kin.U of claims against the
United States Government
Office in Walton's bnck-roonii 7 and 8.
Seymour W. Condon,
Eugene, - Oregon.
GEO. M. MILLER,
ittarney and Ccunselloat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - , OREGON.
' Onice-Lan Co. Bank Building.
E. R. SKIP WORTH,
EUOENKCITY, - " OREGON.
Ornci-Upitaira Id Register Block, Brut
Aw to the left.
Will do a general law practice In all the
Conrto of the State. All business promptly at
A. E. GALLAGHER,
KUGENK CITY " " OREGON.
Special attention given to Probate bueineu
ud Abstracts of Title.
Orricx Over Lane County Bank.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Physician & Surgeon,
' Special attention paid to Surgery and
Chronic disease. ,
-fyiciaii, Surgeon and Gynecologist.
( 36 Iran Experience .)
0rrtc-O BrowBirille Store, Willanv
ECGEXE, .- - - OREGON.
DR. J. C. GRAY,
(VFICE OVE GRANGE STORE. ALL
Y oH ""td. ,
pe adainBterad foe painleae ei
HVSIXEss ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
Ikik. Msci Stel South of Portland
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
J. W. CHERRY is still carrying
a full line of these celebrated goods,
also a full line of
HATS, CAPS AND GENTS FUR
Sold at the Lowest Prices. Re
member the stand, Walton's Block.
BE SUEE N
Yon 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, 'TELNETS, NOTIONS,
RIBBON'S, LINENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES, HOSIERY,
WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, WOOLENS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
GINGHAMS, SATEENS, TOINTS, DOMESTIC, COTTONS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CABS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.
UNDERTAKER. A bran new First-Class Hearse
One of the Finest in the State.
A Fink Link or
Coffins, Caskets, jg&Wtfi urnure' JU-
Robes, wm0 trcy m-
Jk v'il.ci.ivf i dins.
iND ALL KINDS Of faMs A. V St7Vf -I . ..
Constantly on hand.
Store corner Willamette and 7th Streets
lie hi Known Brocer in Eugene I
Has a LARGER stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden an-1 Willow Ware than ever before.
Pays Hishest GAbl i,rice or Country P". Fur8 Skin9
Hides, Wrool, 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.
Pay & Henderson,
J THE LEADING
House in Eugene. Corner 7th and Wil. Sts
Auo Diim n
Ala n a II..
Which are ottered at the
PERFECT HEALTH I
Th" only remeily limwo whlih will
Stimu!a-3 tv.J NutrlttTe Processes of the
ty tlit nniiiMl ul fPar'" nh'an it quickly
ml rTuii!u:ify ftllM AH 1'unna nf
)ni'li.l:i, Con.llpatliMH Mrntul anil
rvou 1-Uhau.tloa. iioueral Ii.lilllly,
llraln l'B. or any eihaiwlcil or weak
eni'J condition of the ayateui, from wlmt
rrrr mum, Kkln Kruitli., llolU, ltlln
nine Sorra, Rcrofula, and all Dlaraara of
the lUootl, Stomach, Liver end KlUncj
91.00. SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00.
Tr. Hlltir'. fit pauo hook, ilcwrlptlrp of Hr
dm.llnv Koioniiivo.uJ till ullivr lumvtliin,
eviil free Ly uiatU
HiLLER DRUG CO., San Francisco, Cal.
roa sale itf
E. It. LUCKEi k CO.
' Eugene, Oregon.
ToM iisend & Harrison, Props.
Field, Vegetable and
AFIAUY AND rOCLIRY SUPPLIES,
GurJeu TooU, Fi'rtllii!rn, Trcce, Etc.
2n9 8eromI St., Iiel. Sahmtt & Tnjilxr
t"98eu'l for Cutulugiie.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN UK FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or ree
iiunee when nut profowion&lly ent'KJ.
Keiilf nee on Eighth etrect, oiiponlte Preabf'
m. F. CRAW,
Enijniie City, Oregon.
(0ixwite F. M. Wilkin.' Dru Store.)
II. an exteiAlve Stock of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
f-yOrJcri for Booki and Subscri)tloni
to Newepapeif and Periodicals promptly at
R. It. Cochran & Son,
Real Estate Agents.
ICugene City, Oregon.
Will attend to general Rvul Eetatebuainet
neb ai buying, aclling, leaning and renting
fnrniiand city property, etc. Offlce OO aouih
iile of Ninth street.
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
XIIAVK SOME VERY DKSIKAI'.LB
Farm., Inipm.ed and Unimproved Town
property for aale, oa eay tarma.
Property Eentcd and Eonts Collected.
The Insurance (nnpauUw I rpn-wnt are
among the Ohlrat and nimX UelUhle, and in
the I'aourr and Kyi itabm ailjuatment of tlieir
me Hrn Kccoxn to Norn.
K .har. of your patmuK. la solicited.
Ottio. up .tir, lfetd'U-r ISloclr.
- B.K. DORRI3.
F. W. A. GRAIN,
' Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Junction City, Oregon
If Pt--Ul tUoti- (jitrn to R(irilig
WATCHES, VUKKi ad J EWELRY.
Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Worsbam, of Grant
county, lost their little child by drowning.
The Canyou City News rtdutts the sad
stoty: "They had started to Fol Tiilley in
a tnukljo.itil, and when cronaitig the John
Day one of the hor a balked In mid stream
sud omlurut'd the buckbonid, throwing
them out, when the infaut flonltd sway on
tlia swift current, and was sieu no mote.
Starching pur tics were at once organized,
bnt nothing has been found so far but the
hIihwI, which was pinned about the little
one whoa in its mother's arms."
Give Them a I'liunrcl . .
'Hint i to sat. vottr lunem Also all Your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it in. Not pulv the larger air
pitKNigos, but lbs thouiuud of little tubes
and cavities leading from them. When
them! are clogj;il anil choked witti nmtler
which oii;lit not to be thure, your lungs enn
not do their work. And what they tin, they
eannot do weel. Cull It cold, ootic.h, croup,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any of
the family of throat and nose and head and
lung obstruction, all are bad. All ought to
he got rid of. There is just one sure way
to gel rid of them. That is to take Dos
cheu's Ourtuan Syrup, which any druggint
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even If
eventliing else has failed yon, you mny do
pemi npon this for certain.
A Little Too Late-lo doctor when ltright's
Disease has done its work. Take Wright's
Kidney and Liver Cure for iuflummstion of
kidneys and liver, pain in back and other
warning of kidney trouble. Hold by all
Cull a Unit Ttist tired languid feeling
means that your yli m is in a state to in
vite disease, and Wight's Compound Ex
tract of Hiirsaimrilln is what you need at
once to expel imp uilics of tho blood and
build yon op. Bold by all druggists.
Ttrtni. vmii nt.l ifirun ii.ut iron to tlia !tl
gene Irou Foundry where you csn dispose
Notice is hereby giveu that the school tax
for 1'.KI is now due snd payable. I will be
at my oflice iu the Post Otlico Ituilding, Eu
gene, Oregon, from 8 o'clock a. in. until 7
o'clock, p. m. dsily until July Hih, 1W0,
to receive the same. All taxes not paid Id
00 days front this date will be declared do
limiiieul. May Hlh, 181K).
" (Iko. F. Chaw, Clerk.
What It It?
That produces that beautifully soft com
plexion and leaves no traces of its applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wit
dolii's Robertino accomplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste and refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet article
ever nroduccd. Warranted harmless aud
matchless. F. M. Wilkins, sgent, Engene
Change, is one of the irresixtsble laws of
nature, sud fortunately the ehsnge Is almost
invuriulilv for the better. As au instance of
Ibis, bt. Patrick Pills sro fast taking the
place ol the old harsh aud violent cathar
tics, because they are milder aud produce
a plensautnr ettect, bmnlet lliey ire niucn
. - . . . ..All
more oeueuciai iu removing uiorom uiativr
from the yntem and proveutitig ague and
other malarious diseases. As a cathartic
ami liver pill they ate almost pntfect.. For
t ile by 0lmrn & Co.
. . i . . .
On n.ooiit viKit to Iowa. Mr. K. Dulton.
of Dutay, Hussell county, Kansas, called at
the laboratory of CbsuiberUiu k Co., Dct
M'tines, to show them his sii tear old boy,
Mlinu. Ufa l.uil Iimpii bavmH tiv CliAnitiRrtuin M
Cough Remedy, it having cured him of a
severe attack of croup. Air. uaiton is cer
tain iKnt it BiivrH hi. bov'a life and ia enthu
siastic In his praise of the Remedy. He
says it has an excellent reputation in his
vicinity; nisi tanners come iiucru uine. iu
his store for it. For sale by Osburn & Co.
Kimball, South Dakota, Oraphio: While
the columns of the O i etibic are open to any
and all ttuobjectionab e advertisement, yet
it is quito impossible tor ut to epeuK Know
ingly of the merits of the various articles of
merchandise advertised. Particularly Is this
true of listen! medicines. Rut there are ex
ceptions occasionally and a note-worthy ex
ception it the celebrated Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Tbit now universally
known meuiciue, oat ueen attveriisea in iu.
Oraphio four or five years, but not until re
cent ly bad we any personal knowledge of its
wonderful efficacy, which hat oome about
through the prevailing ii.rluenza and the
stubborn cough thst bst to often attended
it. In the writer's family this medicine bat
on several occasions Ibis winter curod a
cough Ibst bellied any and all other reme
dies, and the number of families in Kimball
and vicinity iu which this remedy bat been
used with like effects sttests to its value as a
sncciflo for coughs snd colds of every nature.
For sale by Osburn k Co.
The bluhcst cash price will be paid for
wheat by F. D. Dunn.
a S 3
Combinei the julca of the Blue Figs of
California, to laxative and nutritions,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be rowt beneficisl to the
humsnsyttem, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Ksrurs! follow. Every on b asing it
and aU are delighted wilh it. Ak your
drnggm for SVKUP OF FIGS. Msna
factuied only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Sam rtaMiKO, Cau
Ltxuru.Lt, K r. hiwVa,K.V
The Scott Murder Trial.
Tho trial uf Win. Bcott for the murder of
hit wife in the fall of 188J look piece in Mo-
Miuuville lust week. The jury came into
court Satuidty mo-ning wilh a verdict of
manslaughter after a stormy consul tation of
eighteen hours. It is understood that the
first ballot stood nine for guilty and three
for not guilty. The discussion thru went on
as only a juryman knows. The ballot final
ly settled down to nint for murder in the
second degree and three for acquittul. At a
comproiuiiie they agreed on manslaughter.
There it much comment among th citi-
xcus of the eulire community in regard to
the verdict of the jury. The verdict see nit
to add to the geueral conviction of the publio
mind of the guilt of the accused, as the jury
was sn excellent oue, composed of onr best,
law-abiding citizens, and it it believed thoy
rendered the verdict after an intelligent dit
oussion. The Quaker spoken of iu a former
report as bclrjjj a member of-the Jury was
with the majority.
Judge Doist iu tcnlenclug the prisoner
t.ud: Thai court bus reviewed the tostlmouy
in this case, and it is only extraordinary in
this respect: That a man who bad bom a
blameless reputation all hit life should com
mit a deed of such euormout violence. If a
doubt hsd existed in the minds of the jury,
the verdict probably would have been iu
favor of the defendant. At a matter of fact,
if anybody else had committed that dime,
he oould not have goue through with it with
out leaving tome traces. Suicide would
have been a physical impossibility, aud Iu
this case the jury found the defrndsut guilty.
On Ilia testimony, I believe be did it. The
existeuce of a doubt would be as to whether
or not it was murder in the first or second
degree. There might be a doubt at to mur
der iu the first degree, but at lo murder in
the teooud,degroe,tht're could not be a doubt,
and It is the law that they should find for
the lowest crime, aud in this case Ihey did
so. It is not likely to occur (hat a man who
bad beeu a religions mau should be guilty of
to heinous a ctime, but it has occurred and
it has beeu proven, and the Jury have found
him guilty. In this case I hsve no reasona
ble doubt but that the prisoner did this
murder, and he is teutenced to imprison
ment iu Ihe penitentiary for the term of ten
Rut oue tuu was near Scott wheu the sen
tence wst paused. Ho teemed very much
affected at Judge Roise't remarkt and the
exteut of Ihe seutvnce, but Bcott himself
showed little emotion in toy wsy, but took
it as a matter of fact. Hit heart seemed to
sink and a shade of horror crept over hit
face when Jinlgo lloise, looking straight into
bit face, said " 1 believe you are guilty,"
but be soon recovered and tat down.
Tho Great Prize Winner.
From ihe Now Orleans Delta.
The wiuuer ol th oupital prize in to day's
drawing of Ihe Louisiana State Lottery
Company wot the Louisiana Lottery Com
pany It disposed of 100,000 tickets at V.'O
each, atuouuting iu all $1,051,800, leaving
in the hands of the company the difiereuoe,
$015,200, which in our Judgment, it the cap
ital prize, It it estimated that at least
thirty of itt own prizes are drawn by the
company itself, which would amount to
t3in.II0n.ore, making a grand total of
11,201,610. We can spot the winner in the
lottery gatno every time, and we have not a
propht I on our stuff either.
Oregon State Prison
Two females occupy coll number 1, first
floor. In (he commissary deportment every
thing it in good shape end plenty of it
Th amount of meats daily used It from S75
to 100 lii. flour about two barrels; vegeta
ble from 375 to 400 Its. The number of
men employed in the shops Tar let from SCO
to 220. Their avertg income amount! in a
yetr to tbout 12,200. The number of prl
oners now confined It 322. There were four
discharged last week, and at an average of
ten pur month.
The Spring- Way.
Well, ma'am," said the Itudlord, alter
taking tn hour to thow hor over the boose,
what do you think?"
"I rather like it."
"If you will take out the furnace and put
in steam, change the front stairs, put in
plate glass, run the bay-window np, reduce
the rent from (00 to f 30 per month snd
move the house over on Woodward avenue,
I think we'll take it for a year."
Oil cloth, Linoleum and matting at Day
k Henderson I.
TI,;. MwAr fi.T.e vari-. A marvel of
pnnty, strength snd wbolesomenea. More
economical than the ordinary kinds and ean
itot be mid in eonietition with tbe multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phoe-
ba( powders, hold only ia can. KoTiL
siikq Powuta Co.. 106 Wall St.. N. T.
An Indian Hung'.
"Pellio," the Indian convicted of the
murder of a half-breed woman on Ihe Uma
tilla reservstion and sentenced Jan. 30th,
was hanged at Portland June Clb, by Feder
al authorities, assisted, by county officers.
The execution took pluce Iu a wood shod of
theootiDty juil. AI on o'clock h was con
dueled from hit cell and niarcbed to th
sosfTold attended by Father Orth, hit spir
itual adviser. The death warrant wot read
to him by U. S. Marshal Darin. Pellio
stood alone and did not betray th least
motion throughout the reading. After the
warrant was read be was asked if he had
anything to any.
After facing those present he spoke for
about ten miuutes in Chinook, which was
iulerpreled by deputy sheriff Misner. He
spoke in a firm tone of voice, saying that
Ood knew bt was innocent; that he did not
kill Ihe woman and God knew be spoke
(he truth. ITe dil not waut to bo hanged.
If he bad killed Ihe woman . he would not
care. He was the tame at a. white man;
worked on hit farm aud wot nol bad man.
He knew he had to die and wautod hit body
lo lie buried at Peudleton by the tide of hla
wife aud child. lie spoke for about fire
minutes repeating thai he til not a bad
man aud wat iuuocent of murder. At the
close of his speech he kuelt and received
the beuedietion from the Fricst, after which
be was placed on lb (rap, hi arms and
feel pluioued aud (bt black cap drawn over
hit face. At 1 :15 an unseen band touched
the eleolrio button, tud the trap How open.
With a dull thud Pellio' body fell a dis
tance of five foet, dislocating hi neck.
Death was almost instuutaneous, and with
out a ttruggle. A fter banging n in miuutt,
the physicitui pronounced life extinct.
The body was taken down aud given lo
authorities of th stale medical school. Re
tides officers and members of the prist
about fifty specially invited persona wit
nessed the exooution, which went off quietly
and without a jar.
Qervait Star: The roform of our ballot
system wot really ont of tho issue of the
political campaign that has just cloied. It
wot not discnaaed to any great extent, Ihe .
necessity for tome chauge in the mtuuer in
which our oloolions are conducted being to
tpparout that no discussion on (hat poiut
was necessary. The Australian system, or
at least Ihe main features of it, meets the
boarty approval of all, and when the legisla
ture nieett it will probably be one of the
first important matters to receive attention,
Should the legislature fail to adopt that or
some other ballot system (hat will have the
effeot to purify Ihe manner in which our
elections are couducluj it may expect to
meet Ihe hearty condemnation of the people
of (hit ttale. The people tie tick aud tired
of to much corruption In the conducting of
our election- and demand that tome system
be adopted by which Ihey can be conducted
in decency and in order. The open purchas
ing of votes it a disgrace to oar civilization
and it becoming dangerous to our institu
tions, and Ihe only wsy to correct this it by
chsnging (ho manner of conducting our elec
tions. What it called the Australian system
it one that has been tried and found to work
admirably; it ia fair aud jutt to all, and
workt no hardship of any kiud npon any
individual unlett it be political huckster
who praotlce (he buying and selling of voles.
The Lottery Scheme.
The proposed lottery amendment to the
Louisiana ttute constitution embrace! a con
tract between the stale and John I. Morri
and associates, under which, for lottery
privilegei for 25 yetrt, from Jan. 1, 1800,
Morrit k Co, tgrse to pay the state 25,000,
000 or tl. 000,000 per year, payable quar
l'rovisleni are also made lor ine expendi
ture of the monjiy to be received by Ihe stale
annually at follows:
Publio school $350,000; levees $350,000;
cbaritlet and pensions t.00,000; City of New
Orleans for draiusg and sanitary purposes
Mr. Dosne, the gtand matter of the I. O.
O. F. in this itute, bat received an invita
tion from the district gtaud lodge of Burl in,
inviting any and all visiting Odd Follows to
an intei national buodessch lessen ttatt
shooting match (o be given from July Gth
to 13th. The circular also invitee brothers
to visit the lodge room, which it located on
Jacob street, No. UH. It any of our Oer
man frionds intend visiting the old country
we hope they will not fail to attend the
bundes.ch lessen statt. They will be made
welcome, tnd enjoy such a ooi.liul greeting
at only Germans can giv. Times-Mouu-ta
Dallas Observer: Th Oregonian say
that Governor Penuoyer may thank Joe
Simon and the Union party for bis re elec
tion. Of course every fellow must bsv
tome mesut of explaining sway what don't
suit him. As ws look at it, the people sim
ply wanted lo return a mstt who had been
weighed in the balances and not found
Jackson couaty ban the only lady ce-iacs
enumerator lo Oregou iu the person of Mrs.
Affi Caw ley, appointed for Woodvillu, Rock
Point and Oold Hill precincts. This over
throws Seattle's claim that the lady census
oemerstor lo (bit dU'.ric! win the only one
in the United Statu.
W. locaie: It is nut geuerally believed
thatD. P. Thompson intends giving
000 to the Catholic church of Portland and
an equal amount to create a charity fun, I for
needy Hebrew ia Oregon.
. . '
Lakeview Examiner, June 5: V-.-ry di-.a-greeabl
weather th put week. A raw,
ooi th wind for several days, li'-'-i snow
Sunday, and a fr Sunday nitit, guvu
Bore appearance of winter, th.ic cf uninv't.