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EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1890.
(gtigftu (City Cuaril
(PUBLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY.
1. L CAMPBELL,
ublWher suid Proprietor.
OFFICK-Oo tht Ea tide of Willamette
.tree., between Seventh ami Eighth Street.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
I 'or annum t2 60
.Six Month 1.25
I lire month .75
OB R ONLY
K.VTKS OF ADVJCKTISING.
' Advertisement Inserted u follows:
Out quar, ten line, or leaa one insertion 13;
ech ubequent insertion IL Caib require 1
'I'ime advertiser will be charged at the ol
lowing rate. :
I id. niuare three month. 16 00
Due aquare ix month. 8 00
One aquare one year. 12 00
Transient notice in local column, 20 cent
per line tor eaoh insertion.
Advertising bill will be rendered quarterly.
All job work must be paid fob or dimviby.
CEO. B. DORRIS
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
rU. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of thi State.
, Sptoial attention given to collection and
matter in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUUENE CITV, OREGON.
I PRACTICES IN ALLTUE COURTS OF
L thi State. Will give pecial atteution
to sllectiona and probate matter.
OmoB Over Hendrlck i Eakin' bank.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
iCUiJENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE Room 74 8 McClaren Building.
WSpecial attention given to Collection
and Probate businese.
GEORGE A. DORRIS,
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
Omc-In Register Block.
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
t'ourts of the State. ,
Special attention given to real estate, col-
't&TTlu against the
United State Government
Office in Walton' bnck-room 7 and 8.
Seymour W. Condon,
E. O. POTTER,
Ornci- Room No. 4, Dunn'i Block.
GEO. M. MILLER
ittorney and CcunseUatrLaw, and
Real Estate A$ent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Oflice-In Masonic Temple.
E. E. SKIPWORTH,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Orrica-Upstairs in Register Block, first
door to the left. " , .
Will do a general law practice aU the
Court, of the State. All bu.inea. promptly at
A. E. GALLAGHER,
tUGENB CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to TrobaU busine
and Abstract of Title.
Omci Over Lane County Bant
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, wher Dr Shlton
DRS. PAINE & M MURTRY,
Physician's & Surgeons,
Office 9th 8t, OppoaiU Hoffman Hon.
DR. D. A. PAINE, Bcidenc corner 10th
and High Street, Emrene.
DR. W. T. McMURTRY. Rdeac OUve
8L. between 9th d 10th, Eoent-
DR. J. 0. GRAY,
Q DENT 1ST.
nrncx over grange store, all
VI I work warranted.
I Muhis ru aiimini
i.Urd for paUl
-15USINESS ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
The Most Select hi South of Forty
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
The Vaciflc Tea Co.
Has Changed Hands
Mr. J. 0.
Having purchased it. He will sell goods at
Full Line of Groceries, Glassware and
Handsome Presents given away with Teas
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 9th STREET
opposite Star Bakery, I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at the
Are employed, and I will endeavor to give satisfaction to 11 ahjn.a favcr
me with a call.
Ik U Known Qracer in Eugene !
Has a LARGER stock of Fine Groceries, China, Glass, Crock
ery, Wooden and Willow Ware than ever before.
Pays Highest CASH price for Country Produce, Furs, Skins,
Hides, Wool, Tallow, &c.
Orders filled promptly, with toe greatest care.
I DON'T BOAST PRICES.
All Goods sold as Cheap as anyone in Eugene.
Call and be corteously treated.
IMy & Henderson
House in Eugene. Corner 7th and Wil. Sts
E. E .LuckeyMo.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Department in Competentlhands.
, at k x m a a. s a . m :
at Jt am
A. A. CUItUIE.
ni l j
A Sura Cure for Colds, Coughs,
Croup, Acuta Catarrh, Asthma, Dif
ficult Breathing,' Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness, Pneumonia, Pleurisy,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, and all Af
. factions of the Throat and 4-ungs.
Is free from Opium, Morphine and
all deleterious drugs. 1
XoConuh Remedy hs.evfrhelhrempt wlih.
PuchuiiUcrMliuul neiirlyt'iMlitrM'iiit'iit. Karli
U)itleciiilitlii. twlre mm many ilor. n. any
other cough mUtuiv, uil one itniio will do
twice a. inurlt kooiI. h ntt iii'itUvl a
".llKht cold," a all Mrloua dlxwn of Iho
thnmtand Iiiiie havea .mail Uvlmiliij;. A
it ewe alter exiHMtiro will prevent a void.
I'revenlion 1. lieuer and oheHHT Ihtm cure.
Price flOc.l l.rwe.iie I.IH)-contain. tUruo
time the qiuuitiiy of the Wc. lut.
BIX LARQC BOTTLES FOR $5.
Ir. niller'iM-nago book icot free by mall.
HILLER DRUB CO., San Francisco, Cal.
J Ott 8ALK BY
e; r. luckev & co.
J S. LUCKEY,
Clocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
Repairing Promptly Executed.
r4ll Work Warranted.-?)
J. 8. LUCKEY
Central Drug Store !
A KI LL LINK OK
PERFUMES AND SOAPS,
IMPORTED and Domeatio CIGAKS.
OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
I. well kept, and all I'hynlcl.ni I'nwrtptliin.and
Fainilv Kccinc will he niveu the iimniot and
rnreful attentlnn ol acnmvU'Utudexucrieni'ed
East Ninth' Street, Eugene, Oregon
ALSO OFFICE OF
Who will attend all calls in this city
aud surrounding country. Satiufac
flgtTDRESS fJOODS in latest shades.
ljBI500TS AND SHOES, of all descriptions.
fl5TSrecial Sale of LADIES' WIIATS anl all kinds of
GARMENTS, in latest Novelties.
Zrr- Don't miss this Sale. Kemeinher wo will meet
iP-a? all competition, and WILL NOT he undersold.
JtAll kinds of Produce taken at Highest l'rices, the
same as CASH.
G. N. FRAZEtt,
CASTINGS, STORE FRONTS AND ENGINES.
BEPAIRIN'Q OF ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
Give me a trial. I guarant my work to giv tUfacti.. Shop Ji 'tr
aad Ul rae. N A-U
A Little Too Late to doctor when KrinUt'
Piiteaiie ha done it work. Take Wright'
Kuluey and Liver Cure (or iullaninintiou of
kicluey aud liver, ain in back aud other
warning of ki.lticy trouble. Hold by all
I f aijikt. Or.. Aug 1, WO.
Ad old o Idler' .lory: In the late war I
wan a .nldler in the Kirxt Maryland Volun
teer, Comtmny (1. Durins my term of
enric I contracted chronic diarrhiva, aince
then I have naed a great anioiiut of medi
olne, but when I lound anr that would give
me reliel they would Injur my atomach,
until Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhea remedy wa brought to my notice. I
ue it and will lay it i the only remedy that
gave me permanent relief and no bad reanlt
follow. I take plea.ura in recommending
tliis preparation to all my old comrade.,
who, while giving their aervicea to their
country, contracted this dreadfuljdiiieaae a I
did, from eating nnwhole.oma and uncook
ed food. Your trulv, A E Ilending, Iluliey,
Or. Fot ale byF..'M.' Wilkin.
Freucli Tansy AVafein.
Theae wifen are a aure and aaf atiecilio fur
all kind, ot female trouble .ml will remove
all ntxtrtiction to the monthly perUla, no
matter what the came. They are ju.t what
every woman need., and can be tinedl aafely.
For aale by the Liviimton Medical Co., man
ufaiHurera, l'urtlanil, (Inyon, alwi by our anle
aitenta, Otburn A i'a. 1 rugiita, Eugene,
TAKE IT UEFOKK BREAKFAST,
Th great apiietiter, tonic and liver reuulator.
Id iim fur ni'ire than AO year in Enuland.
1'o.itive citic for liver complaint; 1ml taate
in the mouth on ari.ing in the nmrnlim, dull
pain in the head and back ol the eyea, tired
feeling, iliuine, langor .ymptomi of liver
complaint. Reinedv Dr Henley'. Engliah
landelion Tonic Relieve ounatipatlon, .liar
pen the appetite and tmea up the entire y
tera. Oet the genuine front your druggt.t for
11, and take according to direction.
Combines the juice of the Blue Fipi 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 tlie
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS
Cleanse tin System Effectually,
.0 THAT "-
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one Is using it
and all are delighted with it. Atk your
druggist for SYRUP OK FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
San FaAHciKO, Cal.
lonitviixa, Kv. N.w Voaa, N. Y
COTTAGE (ittOVE FA I It.
I'reniium Lint, Kaeet and InrldpntH.
Cotluge Drove Leader, Oct. 41b.
The Lane County Fair at Cottage Grove,
which baa been talked of for aouie time past
by the citizen, here and the public in geuer
af opened Monday with good attendance and
cloned Wedlienday. With but few txceptiou
the fail can be called a aucceu. Notwith
Hlanding the weather people from all part of
thi and adjaoent couutie were here, and
seemed to be pleased with the lair. Every
train from each way waa crowded wilb peo
ple. About thirty people came np Monday
The drat day waa spent In inspecting the
pavilion, raciug, listening to band niuaio,
etc. At U:30 a. in. a large crowd wa assem
bled at the pavilion to inspect th display of
fruit, vegetables, fancy work, etc. The
exhibit waa in Enkin & Urialow's old store.
'I oo much credit cannot be Riven to the la
dies, who made quite an exteuaiv display of
needle work, paiuting aud fancy woik ot all
kinds, showing much interest and great skill
in the niakiug. The display of fruit, vege
tablea, etc., wa small, but good what there
waa, At 10 o'clock the crowd inarched to
the race track, headed by the Cottage Grove
cornet baud. The saddle horse race waa the
Brut to come off, at 10 s. m. Three horses
were entered and the race was won by Sorrel
Jim, belougiug to Steve Jones of Eugene.
In the afternoon the trotting race came oil at
two o'clock. Three entries were made. 1.
L. McDaniels, Dainy; J. P. Cotton, llronoo
Utilgrr; A. J. Keeney, Minnie. The first
beat waa wou by llrouco and Miunia wa
distauced; (ecoud heat wa won by Daisy;
third by llronco; fourth by Daisy and llron
oo wa distanced, llefore the second beat
llrouco got excited and kicked loose from
hi sulky, breaking it. Thi delayed the
race for several niiuute and was much to
the disadvantage of the owner, as the only
cart left wsa a heavy, low wheeled sulky.
At four o'olock an agricultural address wa
delivered In an able manner by Professor
Condon, of Eugene, to a large and apprecia
The day wound up with a grand ball In
the evening which was largely attended.
During the night It bad commenced ruin
ing aud did not alack up much nntil noon.
The mile claxh ruuniug race, which waa to
have come off in the forenoon, was postpon
ed nutil the afternoon at two. Three entries
were made and the race wa won by Sorrel
Jim, entered by Stephen Jones. Tom Den
ton, a horse entered by J. P. Cotton, flew
the track aud went a hundred yard to jump
a feuce to get dear from the fair grounds,
bat as he waa held down by his rider ran
into the fence and was then turned to the
race track and put through, lie did not fly
the track again, but gained very fast on the
other hones which were over two hundred
yards ahead, for the first bslf a mile, then
slackened bis speed. About 115 pools
were sold on this race.
At the fair grounds Tuesday afternoon as
the running race was to com off, and the
horses were on the track exercising J. P,
Cotton's borss, Tem Denton, broke the bit
in his bridle and broke through an open
place in the fence, through the crowd. Sev
eral persons were knooked down, and a lit
tle eight year old boy ot Frank Love
luce had his leg broke below the knee, A
psperwas immediately circulated to raise
money for the unfortunate family, 956 was
raised. Dr. Oglesby, was summoned from
the crowd, aud set the fraotore. The child
is gelling along nicely.
Stock parade came off at (our o'olock.
Wo the last day snd it was raining moat all
day. The half mile foot race cam off
at three o'clock aud was won by Grant Allen.
Judges were sppolnted to deuid on prem
iums in the pavilion and on the fair grounds.
On account of a misunderstanding the pa
vilion was not as orowded ss It should have
been. It was atated on the bills tbat exhib
it were lo be made by Saturday, Sept. 117,
which was done in order to have (hem in for
Mouday, some bad the impression tbat no
entries could be mad later than that data.
The rain Monday kept good many away,
nevertbelesa the fair went oo just the same.
Mr. W. llolloa-ay, one of th leading jew
elers ol Eugene, sent up a water set valued
at (20, as a premium for the beat display of
fruit. Mr. J. II. Sbortrldge, of Cosit Fork,
carried off the honors for bis sevtral varie
ties of fruit. The prize was not rewired In
time to advertise It, so not as mnoh twins
were taken with the exhibits ss there wnould
have been had tbey known they were work
ing for a valuable premium.
Several outside races were run, and tb
grand stand was tilled to the brim every day.
There waa one swing on the ground which
ws kept busy.
The grove wss olesred np In good shape
for tbe occasion and was well filled with
Good order wss kept during th entire fair
under tbe able msnagement of Grand Mar
shal Dr. Oglesby. Joe Kennedy, O. W.
MoRcynoIds and Dug Cellars were aasist
snta. Good musio wss furnished by the Cottage
Grove cornet band.
Mr. J. S. Churchill of Springfield, who
was secretary four years for th fair st Eu
gene, some years ago, was called on and
assiated the secretary here during the fair.
Everyone eeemed to enjoy themselves and
returned to their borne Thursday In the
hope tbst there would be another fair hers
a no ants.
0 F Knox, mare four years old, roan, 2d.
R Carrey, stallion four year old, 1st.
John Cooley, atullion four years old and
N W White, colt, 1st.
J II McFarland, m.re four year old and
M Kelly, two year old filly, 1st.
1 O Powell, Clydesdale boiae, 1st.
V A Raukiu, Eugene, atalllon four years,
I L McDunleU, stallion roadster, 1st.
O F Knox, mate, 4 year old load.ter, lat.
N W White, geldiogs, team 1 years, 1st.
R Carrey, shorthorn bull calf, 1st; heifer
John Cooley, short horn hull four years,
R Carrey, shorthorn cow, lat.
Geo F Sears, hereford boll two years old,
J G Powell, aberdeen snd shorthorn bull,
W II Small, shorthorn bull, 3 years, 1st.
J H McFsrtand, shorthorn calf, 1st.
O--0OATS AMO SHIEf.
JS Barclay, buck, 1st; lamb, cots wold
O F Knox, buck lambs, coUwold, 1st; ewe
W II Small, three bucks, cotswold, lat.
Joe Perkins, buck, angora, lt; , ango-
niTUlIO 1 SSWIMO, KMrTTOKt.
Mrs. Harriett Gsrrontte, cotton bed quilt,
Grandma Sherwood, cotton bed quilt, 3d.
Lncy Ltbangh, three bed qailt. id; rug,
lit-, ion ruin ion. 2d: knit skirt. 1st.
Mr. Carrey, crazy quilt, 2d; cotton bed
Mrs Herbert Eakin, crazy quilt, U; sofa
cushion, lat; fancy apron, Ut.
Lncy Garroutte, floor mat, 2d.
Mrs Hen Lurch, umbrella caae, 1st; stand
cover, 2d; relic, 1st.
M ins China Piper, pillow shams, 1st; suit
of underwear, 2d; crochet spron, 1st.
Grandma Sherwood, three pillow shams,
Mrs Sarah E Smith, pillow shams, 2d.
Mis Annie Oglesby, table scarf, 1st;
darned net work tidy, 2d.
Mrs 8 M Adams, sofa cnabion crazy
Miss Msggie Croner, Eogonb, table scarf,
chenille embroidery, lat.
Mrs Cardwell, sofa cushlou chenille em
Miss Lucy Adams, zephyr table scarf, 1st.
Mis Nancy Lebaugh, table cover, 1st;
knit tidy, 2d.
Mis Laura Sears, lace tidy, 1st; table
Mrs J P Cnrrin, tidy; 1st.
Miss Lena McMurry, scale work, 1st.
Mrs Martha Thornton, zephyr tidy, 2d.
a ntm paoDtJcT.
J G Powell, white corn, 2d.
J P Taylor, evergreen milllet, 1st.
J N Barclay, Pleasant Hill, sugar corn,
lat; pop corn, 1st; field corn, 2d.
A M Sweeney, corn nn stalk, 1st.
A J Keeney, C res well, wheat, lat: barley,
J II Ctowe, Biuslaw, popcorn, 1st; sun
II K Garroutte, butter, 1st.
I 1IISID, CAE (S, PBKHIRVH, DBIKD FRUIT.
Mrs. Lurch, four jars canned fruit, 1st.
Mrs Heater Pipei, 13 jars assorted canned
Hon R M Yeatcb, bread which he baked
22 years ago, on the day be graduated, 1st.
Mrs Oglesby, two jars canned pears, 1st;
jar preserved pear. 1st.
Mrs MoMurry, canned crab apples, 1st;
sppls jelly, 2d.
Mrs H Thompson, pear preserves, 1st.
Mrs. S U Morss, 20 variolic jelly, Ut.
Mrs G A Koldrick, swoet pickles, 1st.
Mr M J Veatch, dried prunes, lat.
Mrs Ann Sears, fresh canned tomatoes,
UHDSa 1(1 TEARS OF AOK.
Ad Hanson, Eugene, sofa tidy, chenille
Lucy Lane, knit hood, 1st.
Lillis Lurch, ssddle bags, 2d; collar box,
2d; scarf tidy, 1st; tidy, 2d.
Celia Lurch, crochet slipper, lat.
Orpha Wynne, saddle begs, lat.
Mable Wynne, tabble cover, 1st.
Lizzie Johnson, three pieces ot crochet
N Martin, two varieties fall apples, 1st,
Capt O'Brien, Biuslaw, glori niundi apples
2d; pesches 1st; orange quince 2d'
E B Whitted, Dutch migranne apple, 2d.
I N Barclay, seedling spples, 1st; Isabella
grapes, 1st. -
Wm Kelly, winter tnples, lit.
Mrs S It Mors, seedling spples, Ut.
Mrs E P ltedford, seedling apples, 2d.
lien Lurch, buredasnjose peurs, Ut.
J H Sbortrldge, sbsutanuella pears, 2d ;
orange quince, 1st.
Mrs II Garroutte, lawton blackberries, 2d.
J U Bhortridge, Wilson blackberry. 2d;
Concord grapes, 2d.
N Martin, September peach, 2d.
J B Ruscber, crab apples, 1st.
J O Powell, onion donvers, lat.
M Kebblebeck, potatoes. 1st.
J P Taylor, long red beets, 1st; sugar beot,
1st; table beet, 1st; table beet, long, 2d.
Eakin 4 Drlstow, bnrbank potatoes, 1st.
I N Barolay, three varieties potatoes, 1st.
E P Redford, potatoes, 2d.
J B Ruscber, tomatoes, 1st.
J A Sears, mangle wurtzel beet, 2d ; pie
J U Crow, early pototoes, 2d.
Mrs Ann Hears, tomatoes, 2d.
Lizzie Johnson, oleander, 1st.
Mrs Thompson, fnohsis, 1st.
H N Gsrrontte, boquet of pansiea, 1st.
Callie Garroutte, two boquets, 2d.
Dr. Ogleaby, collection, 1st and 2d.
Q WORK OT ART AMO FANCY. WOBK.
Miss Annie Oglesby, banner luster paint
ing, 2d; banner smooth painting on white
velvet, 1st; luster painting in frame, 1st.
Mis Lucy Garroutte, hair wreath, 1st.
Robert Lane, Eugene, oil painting, ma
V. W. Chsnsse, display of of job printing,
MoMlnnvllls Reporter: While at Inde
pendence the other day, Judge Galloway
says be rode out to Monmouth over tha
nnln. Una nf twn .ml A h.K ffiiltlS. in iUSt
six minute. He pronounces it a great suo-
uess, snd wsa assured it is paying expenses
. . . ... l... i . .i
snd interest on tue capiiai iuvobiou. u
.ihnaiuttn ellimn ottered him a biff Ore
mluin on every dollar of tbe stock he could
boy miow per. iana suuaieu smug mo
line between the two towns baa taken a
inmp from eighty dollars an acre to two
lundred and fllty and three hundred dollars.
The oensus gives Ban Francisco 297,'JiK)
population, bnt to this will be added about
5,000 sailors, fishermen, sto., who are now
st sea, but belong here, Th oensus author
ities have them on their list and will count
them in. No doubt even tbat addition will
leave us much below our proper footing, but
that is a condition which probably prevails
in all our largs cities always excepting St.
Paul and Minneapolis before tha reoouut.
8. F. Bulletin.
The Corvallia Times says: Th wagon road
ha been completed down th Alsea valley to
th head ol till., and thou who have traveled
over it report it a very gond mountain tlnr
oughfar. Th peopl of Alaea bav bu try
ing for year to get thi road built and now
that it i. aooouiplislied there hi rejoicing
throuhout th valley. Tb AUea bay is beau
tiful ami offer many inducement to pleanure
seekers to spend hi. summer vacation, and now
that it I easy of access, it will toon become a
wall known a Yaquina,
A statement has been going tb rounds of
the state press tbat a number of marriagee
in Union county were void because no cer
tificates of the party performing th mar
riage had beeen filed. This omisaion of the
party legalizing tbe marriage wonld not af
fect tha validity of it. Tha person who
failed to perform bis duty by making tbe
proper return, however, wonld be liable to
Give Them a Chance I
That Is to say, your lungsi Also all your '
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it ia. Not only the larger air
paaaagea, but tbe thousands of little tubes
and cavities leading front them. When
the are clogged and choked with nutter
which ought not to be there, yonr lungs can
not do their work. And what tbey do, they
cannot do weal. Call it cold, cough, croup,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or any i f
the family of throat snd nose and head and
lung obstructions, all are bad. Aii onght to
be got rid of. There i jUHt one sure way
to get rid of them. Tbat i to take L i
chee's German Syrnp, which any dret-uii-t
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Eveu if
everything els has failed yon, you may di
pend upon this for oertaiu.
traction ot teeth.