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U Y AND COUNTY.
,t it !:' H KX TIOK.
The bigh'V rwu I'1-'1'" l,ll'(' tor
wheat by I,""1 r
'oU cm purchase Wultham watches ut J.
0, Walts from !f In mill upwards.
If you want hardwur.i ut reasonable prices
c.ill ill tin" store of Prili-ln tt ,V Fofkncr.
w the latest methods in use ly Eastern
dentist high priif'-xMiiiii Huiideraou in
maided to pi'onuce eqnaity n m-simi'in re
sults in ti V,'"'1' lillim:. Office same place,
Orders fur Spencer Butl fruit tress may
he left at the Grunge Hlorc; also Mr. Brown,
mi liij4btli street will have them fur tuili.
Three year "Id barlh tt pear trees will bo $12
. hundred, smaller otua ?8. Other trees
ubeitp. Ouviu.K 1'nKi.rs, Prop.
Dr. Taylor' 7 Oaks Compound, puroly
vegetable, positively cure rheumatism, neu
ralgia, toothm-he, sich 'headache, crump col
ic cholera morbus, complaints peculiar to
females, colJ or cough, hives, chills iiiul fe
ver, pains aronud tho heart, erysipelas,
phihinic. Gbobok Taylor.
Sold by Oi-burn & Co, druggists.
Camp Creek Items.
April 13, im.
Making garden is the order of the day.
Mr. E. I). Matlock in up from Eng--iio vis
iting relative litre.
Mr, GUI Wsgutier' family have- all recov
ered from the iinusles.
Mr. Wfj. Davis bn-i been visitiug relatives
and frieuds in Linn county.
If hut killed by the frost wild sliuw berries
will be quite, plentiful thin seuson.
Mr. Alfred Miner, of Eugeue, visited rela
tives aud friend bera u few days this week.
Mr. T. J. Dunton and family removed
from Eugene to their ranch here last Mon
day. Horn,' to the wife of Edward Bowcrmun,
April 2, nn 8 pound koii. Mother and child
Mr. A. O. Campbell visited in the vicinity
0( will, we illd intend to tell where lie
sent, but we don't kuow.
GirN, you have let ailoiher goldou oppor
tuuity pai; Mr. McCurty has secured the
position us cuici cook ut ttio null.
Let it be remembered that we are by no
means iulallUile. If wo do boliit times err, it
is with good intentions ou our part.
The Mill Co. have biispended opuratieus
for a lime ou account of needed lepairs.
Y otk- will be resumed us soon us they are
Ruv. Mr Hiehurdsou delivered o very ou.
teitaiuiug uud instructive address to a fair
sudieuce nt tho l)ick church house ou last
Sunday. Subject: Duuiol XI., 32.
School will begin ill the lower district
next Monday, witli Miss Kate Farrington to
wield the rod. No doubt her absence from
Eugene will bo deeply felt by 0. C. V. of
the State University. There will be uo
school at the upper district this Spring.
Sunday school was re-organized here tho
first Sunday in this mouth, having been sus
pended for some lime on account- of the in
clement weather. The following olBo-rs
were elected for the term: Supt., M. J.
Milk-gun; Asst. Supt., S. E. Mcliee; Sec,
Miss Alice Campbell; Asst. Sec, S. Leonard;
Treas., Geo. McLune; Chorister, George
Ritchey. Ou last Sunday the following
teachers were elected : Miss Mary Campbell,
Geo. MuLuue and Geo. Ritchey. The Sun
day school is held each Suuday at 10 u. in.
All ore cordially-invited to intend and mi ke
Married, at the residence of Mrs. Jose
phine Mcliee, near Springfield, Wednesday,
April 4, Mr. W. C. Campbell uud Miss Clara
Mcliee, ull of Lane county, Kev. M. C.
Wire officiating. A large number of relatives
ouly were present to witifess tho ceremony.
Alter the ceremony all sat down to u table
richly spread with all the exipiisitesuud deli
ciicita common only to such occasions. The
next day the bride uud groom jourucyoiUo
the residence of Mr. Jus. Cumpbell, the
groom's father, where, ut a seasonable hour,
..another equally us sumptuous and beautiful
dinner was served. After a short sojourn
with relatives and friends the young couple
will depart for their future home iu the Big
Bend country, W. T. May joy, happiuess
uud prosperity accompany Iheu thence ami
be tboirs as they journey adowu the path of
Tuesday and nil's iuict to-day.
Ir. Alexauder was out gunning to-day.
I'licle Jones daily bags a flue lot of trout,
Mr. S. A. Thomas is building n new
Mr. Goodale swung his bocin last Satur
day and is now running his logs.
Our school is progressing finely, the only
ohjectiou yet raised being that the teacher
is a Democrat and some of the especially re
ligious ones has had a revelation, that he
was seut here secretly in the iuterests of the
Democratic party. Upon interview tho Pro
fessor he answered rather evasively, but
said he had discovered good material for
secretary of state, let the administration be
either Republican or Democratic.
Several of our citizens were marched over
to Eugeue yesterday to answer the charge of
cuttiug a boom and getting their logs down
the river while the water was high We are
informed that tho men arrested were tuken
undeT very serious charges, but tbey were
ouly charges with nothing to substantiate
them, as the mou are all well kuown injhis
'community and all highly respected, us is
also the act commended which led to their
Hrrests, the complainants' scheme being to
boom the river nnd compel lumbermeu hav
ing logs above to exchange good logs for
Poor ones, or delay them until the water bad
gone down. Defendants cut the boom after
giving him a reasonable time to get ont his
los. The action of the lumbermen is en
dorsed by the entire community
Dikd. At her bom 12 miles south of
Eugeue Citv, March. 27, lW-Ui, Amanda,
wife of John'M. Robertson, aged 'M years.
She leaves a husband and four Hinall child
ren to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and
mother. Tim funeral services were conduct
ed by fit-v. Wiltsee at the Grange cemetery
iuSiuMaw. Realizing what is our loss, is
her eternal cain we bid her a tearful fare
well. Gone from the ones she loved
Gone to the home of the blest;
Gone to the beautiful citynliove,
Goue to the laud of rest.
PuEci.vrr Nominations.- Iu South Eugene
precim t the Demiw-ratic primary nominated
Geo. W. Kinsey, jusiice of the peace nnd
W. W. Ciichr.in. countable. Iu North Eu
p.tr. p it :. ..: I I T Witter
constable. Sneneer .,r ii,et. T. J. N'eeleT
justice, i uimias Uerg consume.
Dikd. M irtlm I.vncti, Kg"d 5C years, died
ia E vene Wedi.es lav of dropsy. The in-
Wnt Ll $E to the I. O. O. F. cemt-
j Thursday afternoon.
Prohibition County Convention.
Pursuant to call the Prohibition conuty
convention met at the Court House at JO
o'clock n. in. Thursday. Anril nth. 18SS.
Ou motiou. Mr. L. it. ltowlund was elect-'
eil eliairmau and J. A. Uushliell secretary.
Mr. 1). H. Cnsswtll moved th.it a ciitiiiuil
lee of three bo nppoiuud on civd. nimbi;
the ehuir appointed a said coiumitlee: i).
H. Casswcll of South Eugene, Kobt. Martiu
of Sprii gticld and J II Whitmore of Mo
hawk. On million tb folbmiiiLi i-ii!iiiilitlt'e wm
uppoiiiied on pcrnmmnt organiznliou and
order of business: W. A Potter, Thomas
lielshaw mid A. J. Bubb
uu moiioii iub lullowing romuutteetl ou
rdsolntions was nppointcd: A. S. Patterson,
C A Yv'oolcy and J A llushn. ll.
On motiou Hon, G. M. Miller, candidate for
ooiiun ss, was invited to miiko a few remarks.
Mr. Miller came forward and made a short
address, which was well received.
On motion adjourned until 1 p. in.
Convention nu t pursunut to adjournment
at one o'clock. OpeiiwlAvith prayer by S.
M. Ealiiu Sr. The iinuiuUiee on credentials
iiiiule tlmir report. -
Moved nnd carried that precincts unrep
resented be allowed representation by per
sons present residing in such precincts.
The committee on order of business made
this report which was uibpted us follows:
Nominatipn of state senator; three repre
sentatives; county judge; county cjork;
county commissioners; school supt: assessor;
surveyor; coroner; appointment of ceutral
TBe com. on resolutions reported reeou
muiding the adoption of tha State Prohibi
tion Party platform with the udditioii of the
following rt solution; fit-solved, That we
ani in favor of the improvement of the bar
at the uionth of the hinslaw river, so that in
the nuip future Laijo county may have a
short and convenient route to the high sea
ami for this purpose respeclfully ask the
general government for a liberal appropria
tion lor the improvement of said bar and
Inn lj. .r.
A. S. Patterson. J. 11. Lewis and S. B.
Eakiu, Sr., appointed a committee o,i wuys
S. l;. Moras nuil Y. M. Frci-uinu weie np-
Aoiuiuatioua were mnde as follows:
State Senator Geo. lielshaw.
llepresentatives II. C. Veutch, A. J.
Zuinwalt, A. W. Potter.
County Judge Jacob Cotw.er.
CK-ik Thtodore Howland.
Sliei ill Anderson Harlow.
Treasurer J li Lewis.
County Commissioners J. A. TiUshnell
uud V. S. MoClure.
Assessor T. J. Luiiteu.
Tho nominations for school superintend
ent, surveyor and coroner Were referred to
the committee ou ways and means to make
On motion adjourned.
April, 10, im
School begins here April 2nd.
Aunt Eliza Matthews, who has been very
ill for some time, is improving.
t Miss Rose Johnson is visiting relatives und
friends hi re at pieeent.
Mrs. S. Haudsaker visited her dattehter,
Mrs. J. W. Guiley, lust week.
Mr. Lucian Parker, of Cloverdule, and
Mr. Chas. Parker, of Chico. Cal., visited
relatives here last week.
Born, to she wife of J. W, Guiley, April
2nd, a daughter. Also to the wife of Mr. C.
M. Parker, on Apiil 3d, a son.
Mr. D. S. Huiisater and Mr. RP. ' Busbre
left bre Sunday on their way to Turner, to
attend tho funeral of their brother, Mr.
Howard llunsaker, who died Saturday.
Mr. Daniel Parker, brother of Messrs. W.
R. nnd Jos Parker and Mrs. Jan. Parvin nnd
Ins daughter and her husband Mr. aud Mrs.
Ilranscom nnd children visited relatives here
At the Democratic primary held at this
place Saturday last, Messrs. Joseph Parker,
Wm. Williams and Thomas llunsaker were
elided delegates to the county convention.
Letters for the following persons remained
uncalled for nt the postotlice iu Eugene City,
Oregon, April l.'t, IbXS:
Allen, Geo Fuller, Robt
Anson, W Johnson, Curtis
Bon n, Reneeiu 2 Law, Laben
ClWtcr, Mrs Flattie Palmer, May
A charge of one cent will be made on each
letter given out.
, Pel-sous calling for the aliove will please
say advertised, giving date.
F. W OsnunN, P. M.
T W Shelton to T W Harris, three lots
Packard's addition; consideration $1100.
D li Christian to Thomas Condon, lot
Christian's addition; con. $ 125.
Nancy M Geary to Ellen E Geary, l1, lots
in l'm-l-'iid's addition; cou. $1.
W J J Scott to Ellen B Kitching, lot in
Scott's addition; con. $:150.
Phoebe B Kinsey to Byron Ellinaker,
lots iu Packard's addition; con. f 40U.
I am now out of the horse business, and huiitsnnd shoes, hats, etc. Go and examine
I notify all persons whose mares were served irj.e and well assorted stock,
by horses under my cbargs last year, tocn'l- The Y. W. C. T. U. will give an enter
uiul settle at the First National Bunk wh. r-. t,,,;,,,,!, t Lane's Hall on Saturday
the accounts nre, when the mares foil I, m .1 py,,,,!,, April 21st, consisting of uin-iK-, reo
thus save trouble to them aud "lyself itiious and a drill by "Co. Y." A social
Dated at Eugene City, '"j j after eutertninmetit. Admission, 25 cents.
S' - Mr. Harry Churchill, a son of William
Ai:i.k:,tEd.-0.. last Monday Constable dnrcliilll of this city, was elected City Clerk
Cochran, upon a warrant issued out o Jus- ' J"J . C'
t , e Kin ey's court, arrested J. C. Goodale, , Muring . Ko runs nb ctions on
Win. Rogart, A. F. Smith, John Delaney. P" " " Democratic, he did very
Jeff Deadman, Jeff Harrill, John Sim-lair aud j '""
Oscar Parsons, charged with cutting and ties-, St. John asks the question, "Are you for
troving a boom on the Mohawk belonging to '. the saloon or the home." The answer given
Messrs. Crawford A-Fuller. The defendants 1 is "you bet your lite." But when you are
were brought to Eugene on the same duv.nnd , asked where you can get the best goods and
after appearance in court the trial was set for j pri-es on tea, coffee, groceries. On Bale at
to-day, S iturday, and the defendants rel. as-1 the Pacific Tea Co., Cor 9th nnd Oak streits.
ed on their own recognizance. The men ar-1 VB a' knowledge the receipt from Con
rested ere in the employ of Mr. J. C Good- j passman Hermann of the survey of the Sins
ale, who claims that the boom obstructed the !aw riv(.r from Florence across tho bar, made
river so that his logs could not lie run past. )y L, a. Seiigteller is ltisM. Also showing
There were several buudied thousand feet of approximate channel iu 18H7, iu which hitter
logs In 11 by tho boom In longing to liller-i)t . yrM they report seven feet of water on the
partii a .nil of w huh were caught at Mr. . tar t low tide.
G .Middle's boom on the- McKenzie river.
SfcW'KBAOR. The agitating of the question
of sewerage for Lug- ne City by th GrAKl
Ims not been without result as will be si en
I from our report of the Couucil proceedings.
' Mr. Friendly made a moti-m, which was car
! rii-d. authorizing the city surveyor to pie
' par phitio for a system of scwerngi". The
' city council is roaipo d of wide awake,
active ImMiie-s men, nun we mum inrj
ke-p tins work moving until It is h.iLhrd.
it,,t,:vn-iirt,it!m absence of the
editor of the GrAMi who doe the mailing,
several omissions were made in sending out
papers last week. We hope our p..tr,ns
I were missed dUxcus the error.
Circuit court convene Monday.
Go to Preston's for your harness oil.
Concert iioxt Saturday eve, April 21st.
Republican county convention to day.
Choice Cal. peachi s are sold by Sladdfll it
Son ."i cam for $ I.
See State Trasurer'i notice in auother
Eugene, Spiingfield and Albany Hours are
kept by Sliulden A: Son.
School books at Collier's.
Carpets and shades all Hew stock, at Day
Take your prodiico to tho Pucific Tea Co.
and get the lu st prices.
Cash paid for eggs nnd poultry of ull
kinds at Sladden & Sou's.
Hot uud cold baths every day in tho week
at Jerry Horn's barber Bhop.
A flue line of silk plushes iu ull shades
und grades at F. II. Dunn's,
Go and see Preston's single harness.
School books of all kinds at George Col
lier's. Price them; buy them.
The delegates to the Republican State
Convention have returned home.
A lively political week ill T.ug--ne. Three
county convention'. and St. John.
ISoulou's ladies brass baud w ill give u ser
enade Monday. Dou't fail to hear it.
The Jiiuctioii tlour the best Hour on the
market. Only jil per sack ut P. T. Co.
The Woman Relief Corps contemplate
holding a tissue p iper festival early in May.
Mr (ien V Craw has the sole agency fur nil
brands of the celebrated Taimil Puuch Cigar.
See Preston's buggy harness.
The largest stock of fine chewing tobae.-os
is kept by Sludd -n ,fc Sou, whi sell the
The Republican, county convention meets
to-dav to put up lambs for the slaughter
lien t June.
Mooro's Reveuled Remedy regulates and
builds up all the organs of the human sys
tem. Sold by tugene liruggists.
The stone walk iu front of Raker's hotel
is completed. Horn ,fc 1'iiine are having one
put in tho front of their gunsmith store.
The following uiaT!'-.g- licnuts were is
sued this Week: A. S. Long and Lucy Mill
irou; C. E. Hurkius and M. B. Speer.
Him, the Chiuese washerman, has moved
from his former cjnnrters on Willamette St.
to the house adjoining Stewart's stable.
Bettmnn will take ull kinds of produce,
eggs, bacon, butter, chickens and everyihing
at better prices thau anyone else in town.
There will be n concert nt fihinehart's
Theatre next Saturday eve. Best talent in
the city. Don't forget the date, April 21.
Davis, the Uilor , bus just received a largo
stock of imported and domestic goods of the
latest Spring and Sunnier styles. Call and
examine his stock.
Ladies call at-Bettuiau's and see his lino
assortment of kid glove just arrived direct
from the factory. Latest shades will be
soil at a great bargain.
We acknowledge call from numerous
friends in atlenduuee on the county conven
tion, and hops to be excused from giving
each personal mention.
Telegraph udviees state that the postofllce
at Blue river iu this county will be discon
tinued about the first of May. We should
like to ktiow the wherefore.
' Music, comodv. special lies nud laughter.
raid fiifnlun, th"rhiisicii fsVorfte, at Rlilne--hart's
Theatre Monday uud Tuesday, April
111 and 17. Admission only 50c.
Miss E. J. Lowry bus removed hor dress
making establishment to her residence on
7th street six blocks west of Willamette.
Will sew by the day when desired.
The ordinance to prevent breuchy stock
running at large has passed the city coun
cil. It is likely to affect about two-thirds of
the cows running at large iu Eugene.
Spencer Butte Lodge No. 9, 1. 0. 0. F.
has elected delegates to the grand lodge
which meets in Portland in May as follows:
R. M. Dai, J. W. Cherry and J. It. Camp
bell. By using only tho best materials to bo had,
aud having had years of actual expeiience
under Ihe best instruction, enables Hender
son, Dentist, to obtain the finest results
known in Dentistry.
Tho Guild of St. Mary's Church meets at
Mrs. J. B. Underwood's ou Wednesday,
April 18th, at 2 o'clock p. in. As there is
business of importance to be discussed a full
attendance is desired.
The iivery meu of Eugene nre to be com
mended for their liberality iu furnishing,
free of cost, carriages for the accommodation
of the Southern Purine olllciuls on their
visit here Wednesday.
Tho peoples wish come at last. A first
class attraction nt cheap pi ices, Boulou's
musicul-comedy company, at Rhinehart's
Theatre Monday aud Tuesday, April 111 und
17. Admission 50 cents.
Messrs. Starr & Vundeuburg carrio one
of the largest stocks of stoves and tiuwaro
of any firm iu the Willamette Valley and sell
at exceedingly low prices. They also have a
large line of plumbers' goods.
Friendly keeps the largest and best assort
ment of carpets of all descriptions in the
eitv. Also ladies' dress goods, clothing,
St. John took time during his speech
Wednesday evening to gently but firmly ad
minister a castigation to a couple if indi
viduals of this city. We have always thought
that the effigy business would not prove spay
iu,' investment. Of what avail is it to move
west bn St. John follows?
. . , rw m tat
w ny yes i-ieu-i. e as you o mm-1
that we carry ine largest ana ix-sr. sum a ,i ,
Tea south of l'ortlund. We bny direct from
the imiHirter. W e allow yoo to art, (ix(e or
until what yoo buy, or will give you a sata-
nle to let von find ont just what kind T
w.nt. All favorite and '""
m stuck. I rii8 to suit the tu n. -from ...
i of grocer.es. etc.
Dime social at the Christian church uxt
Frank Buck in an has Wen appointed a
notary public to reside at Pendleton.
Hon. A. Bush has appointed P. H. D'Arey
necrilary of the state central Democratic
S. B. Eakiu, Jr., bus beeu appointed a tio
tarp public, uud will swear yon at any cou
Adam Wilhelni has been appointed t
muster at Mouioe, lleiitoli county, vice Alel
der Coney, resigned.
A "Bean Rug" dime hix iabl.' will be givin
by the young people of ihe llaplist church
Saturday evening, April I lib. Young and
old are cordially invited to la present and
compete tor prizes.
Eugene City will in a few years have a
population of (lll.Ot V. The railroad ftotit
Coburg will be extended lure, thence to
Florence und tho wist road will lie extended
from Corvallis to Eugene. Huntington nnd
Crocker have been here, looked over the
ground and said this is so. Look nt w hat
you missed by not buying a few years ago.
You are missing just as much by holding off
now. Buy teu acres of tho Humphrey tract
for $10,000. Don't wait for a boom tiint pay
boom pricis but buy NOW,
Glio. M. Mn.i.Kn, Real Estate Broker.
Fcur months acinaiutance with the Amer
ican r.ncyclopedia of fractlcnl Miowlcilgo
only seems to foul'utn and strengthen our
first impressions as to the practical nature of
the work. During this short timo wo have
had several occasions for coiisnlliug this
book, and have invariably found the infor
mOion sought of a perfectly reliable charac
ter and presented in language easily nnd- r
stood by persons of ordinary intelligence.
Although we have oilier books of, relerenee
the Americau Encyclopedia of Practical
Knowledge is now our practical library. Tim
fanner w ho owns a copy of this work is in
possession of available information covering
ull the branches of American husbandry.
We are confident that when its merits are
properly and fully made known to our
progressiva (annus, they will consider it as
much of a necessity to successful agriculture
us they now do the most improved grain
saving machinery, II. C. Huston,
Agricultural Editor Peoria Transcript.
Tne American Encyclopedia of Practical
Knowledge is a work of about 1100 pages
and is just w hat every farmer iieids. J. B.
llill, r.iigene, agent
Southern Pacific Official
Ou last Wednesday afternoov C. P. Hunt
ington, Chas, Crocker and other ollieials of
the Southern Paciflo railroad who went
north on a special train a short time since,
arrived here ou their return to San Francis
co. They bud telegraphed ahead that tliey
could spure a short time for Eugene, und iu
conseipieuce of said notice, the Board ti(
Trade was called in sm-cial session, aud a
committee appointed to receivo tho distin
guished gentlemen, The tram arrived her,
nt 10:15, aud after introductions had taken
place, tho parties wern placed in carriages'
aud driven about Eugene for nearly half uu
hour. The party went on top of Skinner's
Butte, mid were delighted with the prospect
from f that eiuiuence. Coburg, where the
narrow gnage ends, was pointed out and
General Manager Towuo remarked that it
was a question of but a short time when
tho rond would bo connected with tho O. k
i.'., nud that Eugene was the uatnral point
for the connection. The railroad magnates
also talked favorably towards the extension
of the West side road from Corvnllis, up the
Long Tom nnd to Eugene, provided the citi
zens would secure the right of way. Their
atlentioii was also called to the Siuslnw
country, nnd they promised to investigate
'.nd houll.it be found woitlfv. uive it rail
road connection. The Southern' Pacirbi
company is noted for its enterpriso in open
ing aud developing new country, nnd we
should not be surprised should tho iron
horso travel oil the banks of tho Siuslaw In
the near future. The entire party expressed
themselves well pleased with Eugene City
nud her surroundiugR, aud predicted for her
n prosperous future.
J. P. St. Jllllll.
The geutlcmun whose tamo is at tho head
of this item caino down on Eugeno last
Wednesday liko tho Assyrian of old, und the
way ho stirred the. natives up was a wonder.
We expected to bear one of the stereotyped
prohibition speeches, but our expectations
were not realized. Mr. St. John was tery
moderate iu his remarks, scoring both of the
old parties, expressing a de termination to
fight the question of prohibitiou to a success
ful issue. He had been a Republican, but
hud honorably severed his connection with
that party, nud claimed the right of free
speech aud a free voto, although he might be
persecuted and maligned therefor. He had
not shirked his duty in the hour of trial, nud
had borne arms iu defense of his country
when men were needed. Hu mado n thor
ough Democratic speech on the tnriffipieslion
ma'iing a pointed comparison between Cleve
land's cheap blankets, and lllaiuo's Ireo to
bacco. St. John is a thorough stump speak
er and uses ull the powers of sarcasm to aid
his arguments. lie occupied ueurly two
hours iu the delivery of his speech, and was
attentively listened to and frequently up
plauded by the largest nudiuiicfi that ever
greeted a public speaker in Eugene City.
St. John is a man of ability, and tho niuu
who recklessly treads on his corns may ex
pect a day of reckoning Ono man in l-'.u
gene, at b ust, has exiienced tho truth of
April 12, 18 1H.
' ' -uutiful weather. ,
Mr. Wm. Tiffany visited Springfield ibis
vn i k
iss Lillie Scott visited C'ottago Grovif'liuit
Mi s Judah Robinett in id Eng -ne a short
visit last wei k. tj
The dunce grtAi nt Mr. Dershaui's was a
very pleasant affair.
School will commence next Monday, by
Mr. Kceiiey of Goshen.
Misses Jennie Tunlsch and Nellie Gilfry
visited Engi ne this week.
The Cresswell cheeso factory will begin
operations in it Monday.
The Rv. Sweeney, a christian minister,
preached hue lust Sunday.
Mrs. Lee Dainewood of Cottage Grove vis
ited relatives hero last Suuday.
Mrs. Wilson and children of Portland are
visiting relatives near this place.
Mrs. McColluin died nt her daughter's,
Mrs. liowers, m ar this place lust Monday.
Mrs. Rhinehart and children o'. Eugene
were visiting relatives near this place this
I Mrs. Larah Whiieaker, nee G Ifry, return
iel to this place from Poitl .nd on a visit to
' relatives and friends.
,,r R, Welton. Misses Mollie nud Emma
i MeMnrrsvan.l Mrs. Reed visited
Collage Grove Monday.
Sthvyku. A snn'l ted cow with mark on
ears the shape of all "L " Finder Will b
ptid a lilieral reward by giving information
to W. G. Milller, Eugeue C'iiy, or the Guabd
Democratic Caunty Convention I
Ticket Tliut Win June 4th.
The Lane County Democratic convention
met ut the Court Uouso in Eugeue City, Fri
day. April 13, 18SS at 10:30 o'clock a. m. T.
U. Hendricks was elected temporary chair
man; Jns Riley secretary, and R. II. Mill
holUud assistant secretary.
Committees wero appointed as follows!
Credentials George W Kinsey, C K Hale,
Jas Parker, J P Mdlioru, Jno. Mulkey.
Permanent organization ami order of busi
ness: i,. ltiiyeu, A. J. Crazan, Llay .um
wait, J. r. Currin, II. C. Matthews.
Platform R M Veatch, J It Campbell,
Jno. Bailey, C. K. Hale. D. It. Hariis, II V
Adjourned to L.IO o'clock.
('(invention re-assembled at 1:30 p. in.
The coiuniittee ou credentials reported
the following persons entitled to tents as
South Eugene M. Wallis, Jno. Bailey,
T. G. Hcmliii-K O. W. Kinsey, Wm.
Blanton, Jas. Oeaihart, II. W. Hill, Henry
Matthews, J. D. Matlock.
North Eugene J. R. Campbell. L. Bil
yeu, J. R. Ream, Thus. Craig, J. E. Feuton.
Cottage Grove-D. R. Harris, J. W.
Hiiriui s, R. M. Veabh, J. P. Currin, Geo,
Seirs, Jas. Medley, Jno. Cooley, L. F,
Cresswell -G. B. Day, Geo. Whilsett, F.
M. Jackson, I.. D. Scarbrougb.
Irving Jno. Fugate, Clay Xtimwult, J.
Springfield P. Wilcox, C. W. Young,
Geo, Aruiitage, Presley Cheshire.
Sneneer 1J. M. Richardsou, Geo. Hoi
laud, Andrew Wood.
Lost Valley Win. Williams, Thus. llun
saker, Jos. Parker.
Willamette J. I. Phillipi. by Jas. Riley,
proxy, Jno, Cochran, Jus. Riley.
Mohawk r rank Houston, J. r . Mulkey.
Siuslaw R. Doty, Samuel Wingard.
R'chardson J. F. Kirk, I. N. Hembree,
I. X. Duckworth, I). R. Hill.
Chesher Thos Fountain, C. K. Hale.
Middle Fork-John Blakely.
Long Tom J W Mubon, John Meade, Wm
Pleasant Hill A J Crn.an, Jas Parker.
Fall Creek John Kissinger, 11 V Houey-
Camp Creck-A L Harbin, W D McClune.
Junction J P Millirou, W O Pickett, J J
Eaton, R M Mulhollund, Chas Phillips.
Coyote U J Owen, Ihos McCullocu.
Floronce E A West, N E Berkren by L
HuzleDell-T II McClane by J R Camp
Mch.enz.ie Oliver Goodfellow, J lsham.
Maliel Recommend that John St. Clare
cast the two votes of this precinct.
Also recommend that r A rountalu cast
the two votes of Wild Cut precinct; J R
Renin cast the one vote of Jnspei ; John Kis
singer cast the one vote of Middle Fork, and
I N Duckworth the one vote of Lake Creek,
i Report adopted.
S The coiumitteo on platform reported as
Rpsoi.vm), That tho Democracy of Lano
county iu convention assembled dechires
itsel( in hearty accord with the resolutions
aud principles enunciated ut the Democratic
Stat" convention held at Pendleton, April
RK4.vrn, That we d-Miiand of our rep
rtHoutiuives their untiring efforts by memor
ial or otherwise to bring to tho notice of
congress the commercial importance of the
Siuslaw river and harbor and urgo upon that
body the urgent necessity of liberal appro
priations for the improvement of said river
nud hiirbox. , , .
The oonimitieo on permanent organization
and order. of business reported as follows
which was; adopted;
1 That the temporary officers be made
permanent; 2 nomination of Senator; 33
Representatives;! County Judge; 5 Clerk,
0 Sheriff; 72 Commissioners; 8 Treas
urer; Or School Superintendent; 10 Sur
veyor; ll Corouer; 12 County Committee,
On motion J R Campbell, Geo W Kinsey,
C K Hale and L liilyeu were appointed
IIou. E. P. Coleman was renominated for
Senator by acclamation.
C K Hale, D R Harris and G A Dorris were
nominated for Representatives.
J E Feutou wus nominated.
I N Ilcrubrce and Geo II Ariuitage were
P J MuPhersou was nominated for Kfiorif.
L Bilyeu was nominated.
J. J. Walton, Sr. was renominated for
treasurer by acclamation.
Dr. A. W. Patterson was nominated.
Huffman wus nominated by acclu-
L. I1. Wooley was renominated for survey
or by acclamation.
Dr. A. W. Prather was renominated for
The following conuty centrul committee
wus chosen : ,
Nqrth Eugeue T. J. Craig.
South Eugene T G Hendricks.
Cottuge Grove R M Veutch.
Junction J I' Milliorn.
Hprjugtleld J W Stewart.
sswelll h li hcarbrongli.
iichardson J F Kirk.
I,orjg Tom Jno. B. Ferguson.
Pleasant Hill A J Cruzan. '
Slusluw R Doty.
Wilhlinettii-J P Reilley. .
Mohawk X P Haumitt.
Spencel- S 8 Stevens. I
Camp Creek J B Fonnlaiu. .
Irvjng J M Kitchen.
Lost Valley Jus Parker,
Full Creek- II F Honeycutt.
MiddloJ-'ork John Blakely,
MoKn.i John lsham.
Hazel Doll T II McClune.
Florence CLU Hmitn.
Coyote- Thos McC'iilIougb,
ChesheT C K Hale.
Luke Creek C A Poller!.
Wild Cut A D lb-eves.
Mabel J L Stowart.
Jasper Chas Humphrey.
On motion L Bilyeu of Eugeue was elected
chairman of the coiumittoo.
On motion convention adjourned, sine die.
Salem Statesman: Therein now talk of
having a grand celebration at this place ,on
July -till, and having as the especial feature
of the occasion, a sham battle. A, B and I
companies, of this county, and Sedgwick
Post No. 10, G. A. li., would ulso participate
in the battle. C Co., Captain ButU-rfield's
well dr lied boys of Eugene, have also ex
pressed a willingness to come down in esse
their expeuses were paid, and troop A, cav
il ry, Iroiu Kl.eridau, nave promised to Join
n the trav. In case ot its taking place, uot
ying anytbiugoCJacklireeu soldcunuon
w lying idle back of B company's armory.
Ti, is would be the greatest celebration ever
Lfid in 8slm.
Ms. E. SpanMing left for San franeifco
Mr. Frank Bucknmn is now located at
Chas. Ijiuii and family are visiting iu
Portland this wetk.
I. L. Campliell of the GiT.inn relurued
from Portland Tuesday.
M r. Dow Huff is seriously ill. We hope
to chronicle his early recovery.
Uncle Johnny Diamond has returned from
his visit to tho Eastern States.
Mr. B. F, Hendricks and family have
moved to Eugene from Harribbiirg,
Horace Dillard has been nominated by the
Crook county republicans for clerk.
We are informed that Miss Rose Baxter,
Mohawk, is still in very poor health.
Paul Deudv aud Mrs. M. P. Deady were
visiting Mr. March nt Coburg the first of the
Senator Veutch of Cottage Grovo was in
Eugene this week in attendance on the
Mr. Henry Baxter is clerking for Heukle
Bros., Portlaud. Henry is a food clerk and
is bouud to succeed.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. G. Gray went to Portland
Tuesday to attend the funeral of his brother-
in-law, Mr. J. B. Couglo. ,
Mr. Geo. Herbert, well known here, hae
been re-nominated for Sheriff of Wasoo
comity by tho Democrats.
Mr. Turner Oliver, formerly a stndent of
the University, has been nominated by the
Union county Democrats for Reptestntatiro.
He will lie elicted.
Henry Wilson formerly employed at the
Hoffman house has returned from au ex
tended visit in Ihe eastern states.
J. 11. McClane of Big Prairie was in town
Tuesday. He reports that some parties have
already crossed tho military road with
Lish Applccute of Ashland visited Eugene
nnd talked over old times with his acquain
tances. Lish begins to show the damaging
effects of time.
Messrs. A. O. Hovev. Geo. 8. Washbttrne.
S. M. Ynniti. II. C. lluiunbrev. F. B. Dunn
aud 8. G. Lock wood were iu Portland tbil
week attending tho Republican state conven
tion. Spencer Butte Items.
April 11, 1S38.
Was glad to hear from Eavesdropper.
The danco at Mr. Reed's Friday night was
Harry Dnun did not goto W. T. as was
slated by Who Be I.
Miss Patterson will teach the spring term
of school in district CO.
Mr. Rothrocke t dks of leaving our neigh
borhood before mauy months.
Tho Cresswell factory will commence the
manufacture of cheese uext Monday.
Miss Kate Fsrrincton will teach a spring
term of school on the Upper Mohawk.
Gooru'e Alleli hi.s adoptod the latest fash
ion and is now having the measles.
School commenced iu this district last
Monday with Fannie Burton of Springfield
Charlie nnd George Powoll have taken
a contract to out wood on Dr. Sholton
place below town.
Grouse are vorv plentiful around tho Butte
but it Is not likely they will last long, as al
most every nay a crowu comes iroiu auki-uw
tu hunt gronso. . -Mr.,
A Park met with rather, s:vjrs arci--.
dent it few days "agipWti!lrt bitching his
horses one of thorn kicked him on tho foot
aud the result is that he has to walk, on
Will Frieud Eavesdropper kindly iuform
us iu his noxt, whether or not the Gosheu
Litsra-y Society is still nourishing or not.
Audit so whau will the next election be
and what is the next question for debate.
The Prohibition element of Lane county
held their convention Iu Eugeue Wednesday
of this week, a report of which appears in
anoihor column, and nominated 'a couuty
ticket. Of course, it will not be successful,
vet the personnel and standing of the cuni
iliiWles nominated lire uuenoeptionable.
. Tlrrn Tt la with mirriit tlmt WA Inform tltA
Waders of the Guard that Hiram Smith died
at bis home a few miles below Coburg in this
couuty Thursday morning shout four o'clock
of congestion of the liver. Mr. Smith was
a prominent actor iu tho business history of
Lane and Linn counties. In 1H7 1 he was the
Republican noiuiueo for congress, but the
Mitchell indorsement defeated him. : The
many frieuds of Mr. Smith regret his decease
wheu annarontlv in the full enjoyment of
mental aud physical vigor.
Bahn Bphnkd We are informed that the
barn belonging to Mr. Geo. Aruiitage, on the
farm lust south of his home pluce, was
burned Wednesday about. noon, together
with a conple of reapers stored therein, The
fire probably was caused by children playing
about the burn. Tho loss amounts to about
f 700 with no iusurance.
Unfohtpnatb. The loggers on the ' Mo
hawk river have had bad luck in ruuning
their logB out this year. There has been no
high water so tliut tne logs couiu ue run.
Al.,.,11 ion nisi f.,et worn not nut. leaving
nearly 2,000,000 foot over tor auother year. '
Abukstf.d. Constuble W. W. Cochran,
lust Sunday arrested Jnmea Nesbit, wanted
ttt'fiulem for complicity in robbing tin West
ern Union telegraph office in that city a short
time sinoo. An officer from Salem took him
below Tuosday morning.
CoMrAst C The muster of the O. N. G.
for the quarter euding Murch 31st has been
made. Fram it we lum thnt Co. C. has a
strength of three commissioned officers, ten
non-eonnuissioued, and forty-four privates,
ti total of fifty-seven men. -
If ... k t tl.A f.ut.l n.iia rt ll.A t.rl.ln
ilIAttHlf.1'. itl HID irniuuino VI n-
parents, April Oth, ISSS, near Deer Creek,
OpilKUlie COUI.IJ, . 1 , l Milium i idiit, v,
P., Grunt Strong to Miss Lizzie Wooteu.
Ciiowpitit Oct. The Democratic Btate
platform and other important political new
was crowded ont of this issue by the great
mass of local nows.
Eloctious Albany, New York, 3200 Dem
ocratic majority. Jersey City, New Jersey,
5000 Democrulic majority; Hobokvu, N. J.,
Democratic. San Jose, Cal., Democratic.
Big Dcmocratio gains in every cuse.
Showman Burnniu is combing the earth
for curiosities with which to recreute bis
V..a1 mnj.nm uit.l ml.nililM. If lit Will
exhibit his offer to sell all he bad for twenty
nve cents on tne uoiiar n levemuu wn
elected, it will not only attrset visitors, but
will seem to be su answer to his recnit ad
vertisement or "the biggest fool on earth.
8. f. Alta. '