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Lr kid gl',v Friendly'!.
w pj X Taylor fur dentistry.
,j, told cheap fur cash at Matlock'.
Kidney Tea cure all kidney troub!e
L Jminitrat9r' notice iu another coj-
Bettman' new advrtWewnt io another
fin tt of Eastern kat juat received at
,,ty acre of fine laad for eale. Inquire of
Kidney Tea i tlie beat known rera-
Liner oral. Ladies call at Friendly t
L ...J examine them.
fc.i1.Jk it receiving a large line of new dress
ffc Give Mm calL
,tad cold rath every day in the week
.ft Horn's barber shop.
'merchants 'toy trade an! money is
t.;,r idv than one year ago.
fod'ean jfinrchaee Waltham watches at
D ttitu' rom $10 and upward.
fn.JA ttendenmn nave receiveu innu ue
tt iinplete fine of windoW shade's.
;,a want a Wik.'tn spend the long
evenings give Sterling Hill a out.
in want hardware at reasonable price
the store of Pritchett A Forkner.
.roldetie 'a specialty at Friendly'.
i iwp in the tore and look at thm.
r JvMr bed mnm et, lounges, mat-
List and furniture of Day & Henderson.
w '.. v r'..ui Ui l)m inln mrenrv fiir nil
(jiMieii i ..
mL of the celebrated Tausil Punch Cig.ns.
Qtilin" Hill kee:s in stock an excellent
Lnrjraent of gooi readable works. Gia
1 Inod farm for railing stock or grain fur
tie on reasonable term. Inquire of Judge
Th'e services of a restored thoroughbred
J,riv bull may be secured by calling on Mr
H ll Perkins a mile below town.
Fresh vegetable, rawed by Frank Marlon,
wiil he furnished every Tuesday and Saturday
at A iSoldsinith's grocery store.
n ynu nro in want o' agricultural machin
erf of any kind, remember that Mr J Si
Hendricks keeps a full assortment.
Mr S H Friendly liaa just received an in
voice of ladies kid gloves direct from the East,
mJ they are the finest "ia the hind."
Qterliiiif Hill, t the postolfice, take sub
icrlptions for nearly every newspaper and
nsriodical in America, at the publishers rate.
Rainem'wr, ynu cm pur.h.v, Justices
Llnk summons, civil and criminal suhpnetiaes
sod complaints it tM Qcaod office at Portland
t will deliver gorjil cedar post for $H per
htlh'iredi n I gdod cedar boards for ?1 et hun;
freL Will Mclinrtge for' wheat or flour
leave orders with 3 13 Kakin, Jr.
jThe finest drid largest lutof window ahadea
iVer brought to Kugcne will arrive on Tues
lay' freight, from New turk. Call and
e them at Fricudly'.
For dyspepsiaj headache arid all tlisorilert
kmn from dlsr.rdeftd stnmitdi; lie Haven '4
y8Hpi:i (lure is atl il"al,ili!e remedy. Try
I and be convinced. For sale by
Osk'HX & Co:
At Matlock' a tery fine line of ladies
hoes of the celcbrateil II I) Holhrook make,
irect from the Eastern manufacturer. The
ulie of Kane fcounty w ntld do ell to call at
If Matlock's store and ertamiue these goods.
On and aftcf April 1st thn Undersigned
rill commence doing business nn a
eady pay basis; telling goods for cash or
Irodiice only. All purchasers will liud it to
heir idterest to call and get prices.
J, D. Matloxk.
liy IrtrJil c"r at c'a, ni on t!:e ji'raii ie or id
he crdwded cityj Ayo'r's Cathartic 1'ills are
he best for purgative purposes, everywhere'
on ven lent; efficacious and lafe. For sluggish
iiw'el. tdrplcl liver; indifcestinn; bad breath,
latuericyaud !jk htadathe; they areature
Notwrthstan lirig rtnch fs said aNmt the im
KVrtanc'e of a bl Kid-purifying medicine, possN
1y the irhtter lids never cUinieit your fitteii
Ion. Think o it now. If, by lining Ayer't
?afsaparilla, you aeold scrofula, odd tiausmit
lealth to your dllspflng; think us frfr the ug
restloa. The FaciHc Tel Co are the lenders- in paying
lighest price for egs and pnsluce, and selling
heir tfnrtd much lower than others. A they
landls their ood direct from the importers
ad manufacturer thereby saving 20 er cent,
t chii and will make it an object for you to
ome and price our good. We guarantee
very thing that wo sell.
Appoisikd Pohtma8TF.ii. Last Wednesday
President Cleveland appointed Mr Frank V
)sburn postmaster at this place for the ensuing
our year vice Mr A S Patterson commission
npired. MrOsburn is well qualified t fill
he position, and will make an excellent officer
n every way. Mr Patterson. whe time has
ust expired, ha bail control of the office for
ibout eighteen eaif, and has filled the same
sritb credit to biuntlf and the government.
Removal Notice. .Mr Abe Goldsmith
lesires to inform his customer and th pub
lie generally that he has moved hi tore
into the outh room of Baker' Hotel, on
Willamette treet. If you want anything
in hi line grve bun a call, a he keep only
Mte beat goods.
Take Notick. AH those awing me by
sote, account or otherwise r reqnesteil to
call and settle the sanW iinniertfateiy a I
mast hare what is dtre me, I fo nai want
to pot the accounts lit ths rnuid tl an at-
toruey it I cau help it. ......
J. Nf. SioA.-
ffGTlcl-Mr. r- H. James havinu retirtl
from business and being desiromr of settling
tyi request all those indebted by note or ac
rnnnt tn imm.d:i.Urall and make a settle
meat He can be found at hi office in the
Court Houae, ready to receipt fur all debt
DlED.-At B.ownsville, Oreg-n, My 12,
I88r; Mr Claibourne Hill, aged f years. He
u m. hrotliw of tne lata lamented Rev Ster-
ling Hill of Eugene. Rev C M Hill aud Mrs
Stealing Hill of thucity attended the funeral.
.1 -v w r -r- sa V
The State nominee uf the Duriocratin
'party will ssldres the citizen of Lane
county at the following date and place I
Eugene, Wednesday, May 19. 1 P. M.
Junction. " May 19- 7:30 P. M
The opiosiug candidate are invited to be
present, and participate- iu the rauv-us.
Cottage Grove Items.
WOK 01' It SFKl'lALCORilKsroNOKXT.
Cottage Uaove, May 3, 1SS0.
No frost Since Monday.
Mr Den Lcrch ha a brother visiting here.
One of Mr Mack Harrison' twin babie is
Mr Rice, aent of O P R R waa in town to
Mr ) U Wallace had a fine mare die last
A lenlleman waa here last week putting np
Miss Anna Ridington returned Saturday
M iss Sophia Wallace returned fmm a vTuit
to Eugene an I Irving Monday.
Quite a number of our town folks at'tended
the picnic at Cresswell May 1st.
Mrs Sophia Hazleton has been, viuiting
friends here for some time past.
t Air Z T Collin and f aif.il v have nioveA from
their inoiintain ranch to Cottage UroVe.
', iton R M Ventch wento i'ortbi'nd Sronday
to attend the Democrat'i'c State Convention.
A brother of Mr Walch of this plane who
arrived here 'a short time ago direct fn.m lv
land, is now attending the public school.
We bear that a man ki'leil three conga- and
wounded the fourth a fe.vitiys a.-o in the
ra uiutains near Mr Palmer's saw mill.
Mr John Sherwood's fin.'er wis not crushed
oT liv a stick of timSer as w were iufoi nn l
sn I stated la week, but was caught iu the
co s ni di rrlck.
A little sou of Mr Thompson fell oft the
bridge ai'Ms the liver a few davs ,i. He
fell n dist ini'e of hfteeu feet and wns coiisiderH
b y hin t. This should be a warning tootliercliil
lien. May 12, 18S6.
Mrs Wm Hunt went to Junction lust Satni
day. IWn, to the wife of Mr Wm Tucker, May
2, ljli. a dauuliter.
Horn, May Gth, ISSii, to the wife of 11 M
Wallace, a son; weight ten pounds.
Wil I stnwberrie are ripei :ng and will be
abundant from present imlicati tin.
Mr HW Callisnn, .f ilea . nt Hill, wns
visiting r. atives here rjatuidaj -inj Suiulay.
Tlie picnic which was advc ised fur IWt
week waa postponed until ti iturday, M i)' lOtli.
Mr Johii Sjott and wife, of Creswell) were
visiting at -Mr 11 M Veatclt's Saturday utid
There was a heavy thur.iief (ihmver heFe hot
Thursday uliimt 4 o'clock, and it has rained at
intervals ever tuuee;
Mr Thouiis Jones nnd three of his nieces
J nu'hters of Wm .lones of this place, left lor
Missouri this morniui-;
MrNatHin Damewond killed three co'igir"
bis'. SVe in-sibiy. This makes six that be l as
killed In this precinct lately three each time
he has Ik en out.
Mr Sid Vaiwhan has moved into the house
formerly oecnpied by it Cathy. Mr Joseph
Mirtin Will move into the house recen.ly
tacated byUr Whiteaker.
ANritir.R AriKMl'T Vestertlay afternoon
A Stinit, the ''biyu" fcul estath uncut of
Dallas, Ku.'cnc; anil several other places,
was a pssienger on the dbxrn train from Eu
gene. He was taken otl here ami went over
to Dallas on the stage He looked sick, and
a reporter learucu tuac Miuir, nail ncen ai
it again." He bad takc'if a dose of cold
''pizen." He wanted to hie himself hence
ward into the rmundlessness of tbeunliiiuwo,
'that undiscovered country,'1 etc. It hap
pened, hnweycr, to Stinit's luck again, that
there were two disciple of eulaplus nn
the train, who proceeded forthwith to' p'iim'p
him out, and by the time be bad lirn'veil
here, .Yinit was bai;k to a co itemfil itimi uf si
future yet before of untold troubles, et.:, in
this world of wickedness and woe. For at
tempting the sui id racket, Sti'idt mldoiilit
eilly "yanks the loiifi," but as a stlicidist, be
is not a success, lla has insdu uiluferoiis
vain attempt at snndry timet, and on divers
nccasions to break loose frouf "ties that
bind," by the careless, inward application nT
sundry sure death drni store stutls, diut it
is supposed that he will keep it up nutil he
does, by accident, make the rillle. The in
sine asyliim is already full of such cranks as
Stinit. but there is yet room' for one mVro,
and be Will probably go there roimi, if he
don't go to the other place. Thursday's
Diiuss Goons ClltaP. Mr ( Bettrn'an has
just receiv from the East a large lot i
dres goiids nt all styles, that were delayed in
the blockade caused by the striking railroad
nmployes On this account lis has concluded
to offer them nt rust, as the Summer ieasoh H
upon us. The Indies of EuiMie and Jmie
county should call and examine this invoice of
v its. as they will be m ich surprised when
th'V learn the low prices at which they are
Bund Filhu. John Whitoker, Collector
if Internal llcvenue, nn Monday tiled a bond
for STj.OOO with the U S District Court. E
S Kearney. I P Thumps"", Lewis Nnt-lii,
John Catlin. Kicharil Williams and Sol
Hirsi h are sureties. Mr W appointment
una rc-cut lv eohlimisd. and heretofore was
acting under merely a triiinriy ImiihI.
Contract Lkt. Mr Peter Bausch has
let the contract lor ti e erection of a one
story brick to Mr L N Rmiey, on the lot
directly north of tioldsinitli s grocery store.
The building vill be 2SxS ) feet
Hcorr's ADUino.f.-Lying two blocks from
University ground and four blocks from Main
s-ireet are ft'i lot that will b sold fur J73 t
J175 each,- Just platted ami now the belt loca
tion (.tiered m EinfOle City.
Ozo. M. Miller, Agent
i Marma'oe Liceshes. iiuj our List issue
tl. follow imr marriage licen-cs have ls;en
Nsue.1 by Clerk Warer BJ Watt, and Ellrf
Haselton, N Millmrn and u a oore, j ji
Bar.'er and M C Darnti!le.-
PiASO'TtJiNo.-Mr JP Thnmnn, th
piano tuner is again in town, and is pre
pared to do all work in his line. H is an
excellent workman and gnarabtees his work.
For Sale 200 acres of rich level bottom
land; improved. Price 20)0. Addres. E
P Wright, Baker Hotel, Eutfeue City, Ore-goo.
Decoration Day this year falls on Sun
!?ae notice of SherifT sale in another col
The higiest rash price will be paid for wheat
by F U D'.mn.
Marshal Day i having Willamette street
Brick work a been commenced on the
Conser building. s
Phuto'graph'ii finished neatly and artis
tically at Winter's.
Wild sti aw berries are ofTere l almost
daily on our streets for (ale.
Stinit, the Dallas real estate agent, was in
Eugene the first of the week,
The best candies and oranges can always
be found at E Ikium's confectionery store.
About fourteen ifruiigrants arrived in Eu
gene last Thursday direct from Florida and
In the case of Picf.ett vs Clock the Su
preme Court has aihriucd the decision of the
Harry and Jake Warshaucr have arrived
in liakcr 'City and will open their store at
so early date.
Man ford Sears and wife, of this county,
have been visiting durirg the past week iu
Dr Patterson being absent visiting school',
wishes to state that he will be in the office
oly on Saturdays.
Every Democrat should attend the speak
i at the Court House next Wednesday
afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Rev Mr MillijMii, of Adilind, will preach
at the I'resb) termd Church in this city to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock.
Surveyors E K Henderson and Jas Noland
are levelling the ditch, as ordered by the Coun
cil. If enough fall is found the sewer will be
Nail Bros pissed through Eugene last
W-ilnesday with a drove of 400 head of
young catt'e, bound for Eastern Oregon via
the McKenzie ruite.
We understand that the Prohibition ciiti-
didate tor Congress will also uk pait irl
the discuion at the Ciinlt Homo neiit
The wifo of Mr II II Hendricks died at
the family hisidunce in Oilliant county mi
May Otb. Ham's many friends in Eugene
ox tend their sympathy.
Eugene is suffering from a potato famine
and the people are actually crying nut iu
despair fur 'puds." Fifty to sixty conts
per bushel ciui be easily bbtiiihed for good
Mr J D Mitlock has let several contacts'
for the diferent portions of hW new building:
The brick work to Win Talnier; of Portland:
the iron work to Cherry Jk Parks of Albany;
and tlie brick to Mr John Bendy of this city.
Mr M M DavM, of Yaqtiina City, ha been
lioirlinaleit liy the Benton county Democracy
for the nlfloooi Kepresc'iilative. Doo ia iu
cverjr way (jialitiad for the office and we
think the people of Bentou will elect him by
a handsome majority.
To all those who wish to take advantage of
the Accidental Insurance, we recommend them
to thn "Travers" of Hartford as Mug the
mriit reliable id any a they have just paid
to .1 li 1, bin 'hart his claim in full to the
amount of r.0. They are a company who
never repudiate a just claim when properly
presented. So now if you want to lie insured
either against accident or for a lifeisdicy don't
fail to call ou the agent at the Pacific Tea Cos
J C Fletcher, son of the warehouseman at
McCoy, was arrested in Portland last Satur
day morning on a warrant worn out by
Mis Mary liyerly in Justice Lines' court,
loitcfienilcnce, charging him, we understand.
with seduction. Mis Hyerly is now the
mother of a two.moiitb' old baby, and
claims Flefchnr as its father. The examin
ation is going on in Independence as we go
to press to-day, Friday. Dallas Iteinizer.
Report of school district No 6, for the
month ending April 3D, 1S';'
Whole number enrolled, 2!)..
AvVerni:e daily ntieuiIancH. 17. ,
't'i. fi.lloiii'iiiif named nuiiils were neither
absent nor tardy iliiiing the iiimith: l.en
Slovens. Ileiuaii Calef, WHlhy Meven.
.MarcellU H'll"?, i "ra . dhshucii, v
Calef, Fannie. YorYng. Mae Stevens, Ada
Calef. Ora t'alet, Ida Lalel. loose wnii
iiib'sed one dayunlji Ira Calef, lieo' liretz.
rhomas Lampiiell, Anna nouueii, wuuei
Campbell and Magiiie Stevens.
Deportment gm.il. (
CHas. llurrMA!; Teacher.
Tim f,,llnvltiLi nuiiils have been perfect in
rei-ihitimia and ileiiortmeiit for the mouth
ending May 7. ISSfi. and are therefore en
titled to a place on this roll of honor: -
.las Rush, Laura Hush, Jim Ureeii. Andrew
fireen, Jennie Taylor, Chirlia Taylor, Andy
Taylor, James Tavlor, Lillie Tallman, Eva
Honker. .Iinie Hooker. ;tra luniKer. r.ua
Hale Klinor Hale. Iwo Iulow,
Aaron Fountain, Mattie KoiiiitHin.
V. K. llAt.E, leacner.
The candidates on the Democratic ticket for
the Leyi-lu'-ure, hereby gi.e notice that they
will address the citizens of Lane county, n
the political issuei of the day, at the following
places and dates:
Camp Cre k . . . ,
Souls w. .......
, ...Monday, "
, .. Wednesilay, "
. Thursday, "
All oiiDosinic candidates are hereby in
vited to participate) in the iranva-s.
It. B. tVx HKA. Chairman.
City Property Transfers.
Thi following city transfers of property have
b -n recorded in the CLrk's office this week:
1 XI) snd P V Swe t to Eliza f.m-r, l"t in
1 Paoard' a I r. ; --o iid ratmn "Vj
I l' . Shelum t Hcnrv A McCrady, lot in
I Shelton'ii addition; eon 75.
' ComriL Hooms, , I
... .F.LiiENB Cnv, May 10, 13S5. j
Cv'nncil met pursuant to ordinance.
Preseut President Dunn, Councilmeo
Chttrcli, McCliing. Friendly, Dorrii, Lliokey
and P-ilyeii, lieconlei and Marslial.
Minute of previous meeting read ami ap
proved. Tf.e finance committee reported that the an
nual exhibits of the Treaiurer and Recunlue
'pie finance committee reported favorably
and warrants were ordered drawn or the
Slate Journal, $3 31
N D Sweet, t:i.
J .1 It itlle, $10 30.
F M Wilkius, f l 25.
J It Stuwell. id,
K T Ball. tl 50.
Ortii Moure. f2.
IIimIsoii & Yoran, 7 50.
VV S Shaw, Jli 50.
K MoMice,$l0 50.
J M H"n. 50.
H J Day, IM,
H K Clark, I iO.
The rules were suspended and a bill for ap
proaches to bridge across mill race is favor of S
M Harrtlt was ordered paid.
The following bills were read and referred to
MeComack A Collier, 15 CO.
I, Simons, 12 50.
W SrSliaw. $M 30.
Committee on streets reported favorably on
petition of U M Miller for street Improvement
which wim ordered done.
The subject of driving a well near the engine
rooms wa referred to the committee on tire
ami w.it. r.
The h tition of J D Matlock and others for
thegradiu i.nd graveling of 8th street from
the mill race to Lincoln streot was granted and
th" work onlered done.
The petition of W H Alexander and other
for the 0ening of 13th street to Willamette
was referred to the judiciary committee.
The ietitiou of 11 (' Humphrey and others
for the improvement of 7th treet was granted
and the woik onVeil doue at tlio discretion of
the street committee.
The improvement ot 9th streit east of the
null race w is .ibandoned. but the onler for the
imrtion west of the mill race waa approved
and the work ordered done.
A etition from (en hmith ami other fur
ilia pnimtmction of a side walk or. the south
ide of 11th street from Mill street to the Uni
versity was granted. ,
The (Miiiinuiiicatinii and suirkestioh nf the
committee on sewer in the riortheast portion of
the city were adopted and survey tor me
work ordered. i
Cpou motion; hdjortrned. . ..
W. S. Shaw, Recorder.
May 10, idsC.
n f hi PKJ.n-. mna. nf Wild Cat. is
lying dangerously ill at the resides o of Win
Menty of rain, rriud , and now and thin a
K.ut t.nt ,iat-Krtlieleiu cmim look vary Well in
i i.ii. ..r til!-, wns
I lie resmeni n, iud h.w m.ov v,
formed out of the north half of district No Xt,
I . .... .1 I. 1 .'J.t ..Ml -A....
fire oulliling llieir sonooi iioiibb, ami sin nwi,
lave it ready to begin school
Joel Mar and Levi Tallman have gone to
Balll Mountain.' between Lake creek and
JleKdwood, to build a h"jlse for tlie latter. Mr
Mays ha a stock ranch out there:
t, '!i nr... i&tiT i ill utlf. J Me TTnn.
jurn. My i, iu, uw - - -
ter, of Ijike creek, twins, una of them only
Jiveil a short time, nnwever. iir ii-i
came from Buffalo, N V, a shoit time ago.aud
is a sister of Mrs Wm Johnson.
n ... v:i.l fV.f ..&m verv near
l'iiu;u tcnij, --"i - j -
Betting his leg broken this morning uear the
.. .i . n, ir tiruo.. ....ILL...
residence ol .nr u i jmie. mu "''"s
and driving his team he slipswl and fell under
the wau'iui and both wheels passed over hi leg
near the ankle, but luckily no bones were
broken. . ,
A IjPNO touin.
May 10, 1880,
r. Amol.l killed a larce bear, also a large
cougar, one day last week.
i,.l nroirressiinr nicely under the man
agement of Miss Ella Honey.
nr. T f.,n,u ku Lillail ten wild rata In the
last five months. How is that fur cats.
Rtv J II Whltninre. of Eugene, preached a"t
the Mill creek sclnsil house last Sunday.
! O. TVlfaia Ml b'll'sllv flll'ai'fd
getting ready fur their planer which they erf-
peel will arrive in i u r
Mr Daniel Pattee had the' rn1sfirtur!e to
have one uf his legs badly bruised a short time
ago, by i log foiling upon the saifie.
Tk. n'lrrlmif hare for ui&il their mill-
4a ,.,ii. u)-!.t of iiiV'sne. a Inn.' stock of at
kinds of rough lmfibef ; also flmtrihg.rustic, etc,
i . i. .1.. .. ..tt. .1 uuril rniLsiiliiihlil lirlces.'
WHICH ,iic, .j .- f
Contractors and ofhers iiitendlng to build will
rind it to their advantage lose mem neiore pur
chasing. They will move their mill thi season
tfid must rS-.ve out their stuck;
May 7, loso- " AiT.ns i ai.
Dissolutfo'n 6T Partnershlr.
-" i ,,
Notice is hereby given that ths partnership
existing between Masterson ft tarsy, ot ti.it
tagetirove, (iregnii, is thi day, by mutual
t: I. ...I All iu.nun.it ImlMtltetl to
COIISelll, nis.iini. .... rv..--... .
s.iid firm will please oouie forward and ettl
their accounts, lor tne uusiubm mun u uu
Cuttage Grove. April , ladti.
All person indebted to E W Whipple t
b(Kk AOL'OUIlt Will
ulease call aud ettle tne same. Our tore
. . . II. 4 U . in
burned anil we mu.t eoiiecu mo
due u. .
K. W. WHIPPLE a lKO.s,
CotUgs Grove, Feb 25, 1S35.
r -s- ).
Keynote to Health.
Health is wealth. Wealth mean Indepen
i oi. . i.... im He tLuuiiikos CoilLdl
annce. Ill" ejri.-.v .. . - - , .-
ami Lung Syrup, the best Cough Syrup in the
world. Cures Miugns, m.i, - "-
Chest, Bnincbitis and Primary Consumption,
due dn-e gives relief in every case. 1 ake no
other. Priiw 50 lenU and 11. Sample free.
S.ld by Ostium A C!o.
Wakteh- A capable man or woman of uni
versal enenfy in take the agency ot thi or
some other ouunty for tlie "Jli-torf f Cali
fornia." To the-right party ft will pay from $100
to IJ00 per month. Addrett F Pear5n, Mac
ger OccidenUl Publisldng Co.
t: 8aiimi.i Talks. He say that stll
those indebted to him must come) forward
and eettle ol else they may hare the onpleae
ar.t rrtatter brought to their attention by
lawyer. A word to the wie is uUicien.
Removed. Mr J Davis ha removed his
tailoring establishment up stairs into the rear
-f ti.li...'. l.rti-lr building. Anynn
' WHjIltillg gixslwork done should give nun a
A column devoted to the interests nf the
Lauruan and Eutaxian Literary Sociuties, and
the State University.
F M Davit left on the 4th for West Point
Frauo Odell returned home last Saturday,
F A llaiikin will take the seniors photo',
Mis Clara AJam is teaching near Port
The Freshmen will appear at tho uoxt
We are sorry to state that Horace Mo
Clure is ijuito sick.
J D Fenton sailed nn the Columbia Satur
day for Sail Francisco.
Students now spend their idle hours look
tug for strawberries.
Mis Kate Powell will spend commence
ment week in Kugcne.
Trof Spider's elocution classes will have
their final eon. iuatiou in two week.
Several of the student took part in the
"old folk" concert giveu Friday evening.
Frank Neil returned to his home at Ash
laud last Saturday on account of ill health.
At tho Y WCTU sociable several of the
Uureau were received as honorary mem
ber. Miss Jessie Murch, who is attending St
Helen's Hall, will be home in time ior cum
Miss Kato Durris has been wielding the
roil at the public school this week during
the absence of her sister.
Ed Welch, a former tudeut.lati ly a grad
uate from a medical college, will probably
locate at McMinnville.
Miss Daisy Sliinn, nno of the students nf
the University last year, commence I teach
1 ig her first school ou Monday of t'lis week.
Mis Sue Dorris; Messr Moore, Orton,
Herliert J.ili mun, i S Spencer and Herbert
Cnmtou read essay at tho last pub'llo e!ter-
Ve learn that George M Hyt is lying
dangerously ill at hi homo in Portland. His
many friends in Eugene hope tj hear of hi
Miss llattle Smith; who had to resign her
school into other bands for the last two
Iwo weeks, was able to rqsiline her, Work at
ilia beginning ot this week.
Miss tone Cranlill, principal of the Spring
field school, has been unable to toach this
week ou aucoiiut of sick nets, and Mis Bruin-
ley ha been teaching in her plauo.
The contest between' Messr HufTer and
R iberts for Valedictorian was very close,
afr 1 1 nlLr was declared the winner, he
st.iuduig thirty-three hundredths per cent
higher than Mr Roberts.
The Faculty have arranged a three years
course to lM known as the Academic Course.
Thi was much needed, as many could nut
spare the time to take the six years course,
which is most excellent in every respect.
Henry F McClure, valcdictoriau of the
class of 'SO, ha begun the study of law in
the ollice of Judge Deady. Aimthcrsnccess.
fill lawyer added to the list of alumni hold
ing prominent positious throughout the
The friends of Capor V Sharpies will be
pleased to learn that be passed the highest
examination of his class (which numbered
one hundred nnd thirty-one), in the medical
institution which he is attending, and was
presented with prize of fifty dollars aud a
On account of the bad. weather tne C'eofo
gy clasi did not n'laki th'efr vift tii the
quarrie a they intended a week ago. Tue
day of this week they spent a' pleasant after
noon exploring Smith's (piarry and the one
near Spriugtfufit and secured1 many fine
The seniors held a mec'trng last week and
m,lA th follow ins election:' Jennie Me-
Clure, President; ( W Dunn, Secretary; W
J Roberta, Clas Tree, Orator; Ida Patterson,
: Header of the Clas Tree Poom, to be writ
ten by Mr S L Simpson. An Abios Nobilis
ha been chosen for a clas tree sud a fine
Alas! Many are the trials of an editor. She
Bathonilh items diligently; she ptnetratelh
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trie misty veu ui um
the results of her researches fur the edifica
tion' nt her readers. But fate decrecth that
prophecies shall fail and then the editor be-
waileth her loj and tulTereth the d n of a
afjealler of Mse things. Yea verily, the
lion's shaVA of the tribulation's of esrclf fall
eth lq the lot of the poor editor.
Death of an Alumnus".
Again tho ranks of the Alumni has been
broken by death. James M Neville of the
class of '84 died at Danville, N Y, May 3;
1886. Mr Neville retided in Eugene several
year a a itudeot and won muny friend by
bis msny admirable qualities of character
He was knnwu and respected by teachers
and classmates a an earnest, consciensuinn
student, and by hi death our University,
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oh one Who wolllil nave reireiiwu it-.
Upou her by a life id iiselnloess.
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Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cut, Bruis
es; Sires, Ulcers Salt Kheiim. r ever Sores
Tetter Chapiied Hands, Chilblains, Cimis, and
all skin eruption-, and s.sitively cur-s piles,
or no pay retired. It is guaranteed tti give
ierfe(t atisf,aion, or money refunded, for
.do by E U Luckey ft Co.
Tr. Taylf' 7 Oak CVmMund, pur';1y veg
j.'L ixMTtlVrlv cures rheumatism'.'rlsuraluda,
titliithe, s('ck headache, cramp colic, cholera
mor'Vua, Coulplainw iwcu m v
. . 1 1 ... ....,.,(, Hives. Chills ana fe-
uepsusi " . a
ter iiu urouni tli heart, .rysqwlas,
bhthisic OEiiWie Jatloh.
For the lncfit of oth-rs, I testify t the effect
of 7 OAKS. 1 have been afhicUd for years
with gastric troubles of the stomach and indi-B-tinD
of the f..l with great suflerin at
...i i 7 OAKLStobe an antidote.
(linen, nui. . . i.':.i.
.:. imi. Itmi IllllCtl iintise. V llll
Zt. Mkh. Ichabiiii Henkle.
Philomath, Benton Co., April 3, Htu
I have lieen tn.ubled with Phthisiri for twn
years ami find 7, OAKS my Wend. W 1th
resiied J- '"'""
I'liii omth, Benton C".. Aril 3, A. - -i
Belli by Osburn it Co, druggists, Eugene.
Miss Ina Callisoo is teaching; muiio ai
Mis Mary Test ha returned home from a
visit to California.
Dr Whitcuker paid Junction a provisional
visit l.i-t i'hunday.
Mr J J vValtnn, Sr, went to Coryalli yes
terd.iy on a short visit.
Judge Bean goes to Coos Bay next Thursday
for tho purpose of holding Circuit Court
A sister of Assessor Mcl'hersnri is quite
ill with typhoid fever ami i nut expected to
Misses Mae nnd Maggie Underwood rf turns
ed last Tuesday (loin a visit to Portland and
Bird Houston, who lias been working for
some time at. Oakland, has returnsd to his
home at Junction.
Mrs J D Hrown, who has been quito sick,
luring the past week, we are please! to
State is improving.
Mr A N Green, one of the Democratic nom
inees for Ci'inmissiorer, gave this ollice a
pleasant call yesterday morning.
Sheriff Ciossen, of Wasco county, has been
sppointed MMtnmter at Tho Dalles, and John
Priest Collector of Customs at Yaquina Bay.
Mr S 0 Garrison Hunt to Portiaud Thurs-i
lay to meet his family, who were expected
to arrive in thnt city yesterday from Canada.
Hon J W Hamilton, Prosecuting Attorney,
passed through Eugene yesterday morning oa
the north lwuud train cu route to Benton
uhty. ,,, . ,.
Dr N J Taylor will leave for The Dalles
this morning for the purpose of attending'
the sessions of tho IOO F Grand Lodge
which convenes there Ho will bo absent
f i mu town one week.
Mr Geo Ilrockdorfi is in town, no says
over ouo hundred men are at work in Bohe
mia, placer mining, and making good wages j
He also states Unit ho has discovered a rich
edgo and is opening tho same.
Governor Whitealier, Collector of Inter
nal Bcvtnue, arrived in town by last Wed
nesday's train and left for hi home the next
in irning. While hero ho procured his olli".
cial bond for $1.),000. Hit many old friends;
gtve him a hearty welcome, and rcgrottod
that he could not make a longer visit
Hon Sylvester Pcnnoyer and Hon N L
It ti tier, Deiimcratia nominees for Governor
and Congressman respectively, passed
through Eugene yesterday afternoon on
tho train bond for Southern Oregon to fill
appointmouti mailo for speaking. Quite k)
number of Democrats were at the depot to
bid them God speed in their good work.
Fahmkrs Take Notice. A good dinner can
hadat Baker' Hotel for 25 cent.
-r.mrii' Tl HKItKHV GIVEX THAT'
the undersU-neii has been by the County
Court of Line County, Oregon, duly appoint-
ed administrator of the estate of John B
Meek, deceased. All person having claim.'
against said estate nrj hereby notified to
present the same duly verified, as by law re'
quired, within six nirrths from the date'
hereof to the undersigned at the law ollice'
of Bilyeu & ('oilier, in Eugene City,' line
Dated May 1.1. 18.S0. , . .
Sciii'Vl.Kit MKK.rt, Administrator.
Bilyku ft Collier, Attys.
XfOTlf'K h, hfcREB G (yEN THAT
131 by virtue of a writ of Execution duly
issued out e.( ,tlie Circuit Court of tlie Coon-,
tv of Lane by the Clerk thereof, May 11,
18S(I, and to me directed upon a judgment
and decree of foreclosure rolntered in lai.U
court, April 10, 1880, in a suit then end,'
there pending wherein Abram Sharpie was
plaintiff and Gcoe W Ebhert, Elizabeth,"
Ebbert, hi wife, Win Van Sohnyver, doing;
business under the firm, name ol Wm J Vau
Schuy ver ft Co, A tJ Hovoy and H U Hum-
pbrcy doing business under the linn name
ol lloyey ft Humphrey, and A (1 Hnvey,1
V I i - . . .. 1! . ...II .II
were Meiemiants, coiumauiiinK me " sen
and. singular, the mortgaged prpperty de-,-scribed
therein as follows, to-wit:' The do
nation land claim of James A Ebbert and
wife, Not No :i.'U4, claim 74, T 17, 8 U 3 V
Sou Itli, oontaiiiiiijj IliO acres, in Lane;
County,' Oregon, and that I first apply tha,
liruceeds of sail) solo to the payment of tho
above named judgment, with costs and ex-.
. . . .i . & .f .i. .
peusus ol sale; secynii, to ine payment 01 vna
juilgiinyit of w J van oenuy ver aio ui,--:'38
8ai.d ?45 00 atty and cost therein;,
third, to the payment of subsequent judg-,
ment lien on la'U premises in mo vruor u
their priority. ' '
Now therefore, to satisfy said judgment."
costs, accruing cost and expense of sale, !,'
will sell the above described real property at,'
public auction tu the highest bidder for cash
in band, at the Court House door in Eugene
City, Lane County, Oregon, no
Mundiij, June li, isu, .
hntweim the hour of 0 o'clock a m and 4
o'clock p m of aid day.
Doted May 14, 18bl,
J. R. Campbeli,
Sheriff of Liue County, Or.
rpHE ONLY EXTENSIVE CONCERN ;
I ..f. .......I.... farm ilnl.lHlllpntS On till
J. llllllliom vii. i.'H ( -
coast is the I'.enicia Agncultmal orks, of
Califnniia. they innnuiaciure u
frm machinery, and toast farmer will do
well to correspond with their 1'ortland orhc.
Their celebrated btkel liowrji, which the pec- .
plenf Cabfornii have named the "Bemcht
IJoy," is nut-triping all others in thn year
heavy alfalfa in California. One hundred only
of these mower nre to 1 ralternl through
Cregmi and Washington Territory tlii ver ae
.n ..Iv.rtiseioeiit for another year. J1 our i
the nnmlier allotted to Eugene, and Mr KB
Luckey lis treenred one ol tins nuuiiwr. i orj,
are not in the market to inUrfere with trade,
in any manner, and those who secure theur.
hat the henrt of very low price ,-,
...:..;... ..I.iin., iii ths introduction.
IIIlllieiMbi.nl ,i. .n - , :
i .i ..I l,n,, in. ustrv. rarmers I
anil ii:iiiuriu. - - i
shoid I Isar in mind that in very many see- ,
tions'iii the northwest the dealers are bound to
E(tsUrn'f.t.H-iee or their Western agent in ;
"In.n Cll Contracts," that stand a a bamer;' j
between the farmer and home made gisnls. in,
. i.A. . nf ihll k
cue the tartner (lis- not n -. ... .
Benicia Agricultural Works in stock nf bis,
hwal desb-r, he cn secure prompt Jeat and f
liberal duc-.uut by writing direct '
M. Ax r.lJ, a
Portland, Oregon, .yj;
Aat Benicia Agricultural Work aad Baker t