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Cottage Grove Items.
Jun fi, J8SS.
Mr. C. ViK- is visiting ou Silk eietk.
Mr. J. M. Medley wi nt to Albany May 'M,
Mr. George Coiner alteiub d the teachci'i
institute luat week.
Mr. E. W. Whipple and D. Brislow went
to Eugene Tuesday.
Mi. John Scott unit wife were visiting Mr.
S's sister, Mr. It. W. Yeatch last week.
Mrs. Joe. Wbi-llcr accompanied bsr broth
rr, Mr. Comer to Eugene Weduesday, May
Mr. Cy. Miller and family left Tuesday the
fitb for CViiyun City where tiny will reside
in the future.
Mr. James H.iwh-y, Miss Jessie Wither
ami Mamie Bogurt returned yesterday from
a visit with relatives on Middle Cork.
Graudmn Perkins and In r sou Joe started
Tuesday for linker City ou a visit. Mr.
Perkins hit several in living in Baker
The two eldest nons of Ju. MeFarland
have been very sick with lung fever for h
week. Dpi. Charles and Scnrbrougb Hie in
A uiovo is being mado to celebrate the
Fourth of Ju!y, Cottage Grove, CressWell
and Pleasant Hill to co-operate" and sebet
ground between Cresswell and Cottage
The election went off without nuy serious
trouble. A great deal of big talk, but no
body hurt miles by a fence fulling down
with several muii on it. Republican too
There ha beeu a giant deal of rain duriug
the last ten day. Had ruiu every day ex
cept election day. Since the 28lh of May
Messrs D. Single, II. und I. Dauiewood re
turned from Folk county, Saturday, to be
here at the eluctiou.
There was a farewell party giveu ut Mr.
Nat Martin's lHt evening by the young peo
ple to the fainilyof Melvin Datnewooii who
calculated to start to California tin morn
ing. The attendance was not a great us it
would have Ueu ou ncconut of the raiu.
June 14th, 1S88.
Weather still damp.
Boru, June 7th, 1838 to the wife of
Henry Chance a son.
Born, June Uth, 1S88, to the wife of Abe
Bogart, a son.
Mr. James McFurlund's two sous that
have been very nick are recovering.
Two good horses were killed near Latham,
by the cars one morning last week. The
horses belonged to come. Iudiaus so wo have
Mr. Win. Neiia and a Mr. Lnugkridg
lately from Iowa, left Monday for Corviillis,
Mr. Nona goss to work iu a brick yard.
Mr. Dr. D. K. Charles left this place the
7th, for her old home in Porter county
Indiana. She expects to be uhscut about
Willie, a nine year old boy of Mr. Presley
Taylor, got nu arm badly hint one dny Inst
week by falling off a log ou which he was
A Mr, Ellis arrived here Friday the. 8tli,
from California on his uy to (Jun o in Sins
law Precinct His parents moved there
about three mouths ago.
Mr. Bui Konuy of Portland, came up ti
this place Tuesday ou a visit to his parents
who reside on the summit bctwjcn Cottage
Grove and the Siuslaw valley, . .
Mr. Perry Sherwond has sold his ranch
to an immigrant, for the sum of $150. Mr.
.Sherwood moved to Cottage Grovj, the
tirst of this week and will work in Slouffer &
Mr. Grav of Omivi eiuuo to Cotliigo Grove
Tuesday, He is going to help construct Mr.
J. P. Currins new re.siduuee.
Mr. Meloiu Dauiewood and family and
Mrs. Anna Rideiiour, left Tuesday for Cali
fornia with a four horse team.
Daixis, Poi.k Co.. Oukgox, November 111,
1887. Dr. Harmon, an occulist from St.
Petersburg. Russia, has been stopping iu our
town for the past few days, nud of his skill
as an optician I can bear cheerful testimony,
as I derived great benefit from his 'treatment.
I had been afflicted w ith optlialmin or gran
ulated eyelid from childhood, but a simple
preparation (an ointment) prepared by Dr.
Uarmou has removed the granules from my
eyelid and he has fitted me with a a pair of
"glasses" superior to any I have ever used.
I can cordially n commend Dr. Harmon to
all those suffering from weak or diseased
W. S. Funk,
Notary Public for Oregon.
Now is the time, win n roads are good, to
bring iu your wood and trade it to
for first class photographs.
Any old faded picture Enlarged lo life size
in India ink, water color or crayon, equal
to the beit done anywhere.
All kind of good, clean four-foot wood
wanted by the Winter Photo-Company.
Wood taken in exchange for picture to
nuy ainoiiut, until Sept. 1st, '8.S.
Impiire over A. V Pelers' store.
Best facilities for enlarging pictures
any size and a superior quality ol
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Wien Baby was tick., we fare her Castoria.
When she was a. Child, she cried for Castoria,
When the became Mia, she clung to Castoria,
When the bad Children, the ga them Castoria.
Orders for Spencer Butte fruit tress may
be left at the Grange store; also Mr. Brown,
on Eighth street will have them for sale.
Three year old bartlett pear trees will be $12
hnud'red, smaller ones $8. Other tree
cheap. Okviixr Puelm, Prop.
Fob Sail A
good a new, nt
lot of nice show-cases, i
E. R. Lc kit & Co'.
Vigwamp for men anil boys, nicest and
easiest on the feet of anything on earth at
Kmuise It Klein's.
Luue County Fair.
The sixth annual fair tit th I jOim fVtniit
Agricultural Society will be held iu Eugene
City coiumeueiug Tuesday, Sept. 4, IMS, !
and ending Friday, Sept.' 7th. This fair'
promises to be the most successful yet held
by the society. Bountiful crops of "all kind
hilZ n 7 U' ' wrtall,",t i
exnioits of grams, grasses, vegetables and I
fruits, will aurp.ns those of any previous j
J R Yl !.,. 1. !
Superintendents of Divisions have been ap
poiuted a follows: A, J M Stafford; 11. 0
R Chrisman: C. li P Powers: I). Jm Citlvrt
E, G II Armitage; F, J C Jounings; G, Mrs
. .v , jiry musevi i, .ur juu
aiidnyne; J-l, Mrs Saml Nelson; J-2, Mrs
Thos Craig; K, Mr T G Hendricks; L, Juo
Simpson; M. S F Kerns; N, F T Haficld;
0, Mis J K M. Keuzie; P. A C Wookeock ; S,
Mrs Mary Condou; Speed programme, P. M
lu the racis the eutrunce fees aie added to
the purse otlVrod by the society, except the
second horse savt hi entrance fee. In all
rnivs three to enter and two to start. The
followiug is the racing programme for the
TUKSUAY, skpt. 4,
Dunning, 2:IJ p. m. ; mile dash free
for all, entrance 1 15. Purse $35.
WEDNESDAY, SKPT. 5.
llnuniiig. 2::)(l p. ni.fi mile single d:ish
for Line county hor-.es; entrance fee $l2..'nl
Trotting 1 mile heats two best iu three,
for two year-olds rai d and owned in Lane
county; entrauca fee $13.30. Purse :lo.
Thursday, sen. 6.
Dunning, 2::ll) p. in. J. J mile heat two
best in three; entruucM fee f 2"i. Purse i'i.
Trotting 1 mile, two best in three, free
for all; entrance fee j-l 3. Purse $1(1.
FUIDAY, SKIT. 7.
P.uiuiiiig, 2:'iO p. m. 1 mile dash free for
all: entrance fee $13. Purse $3(1.
Trolling 1 mile threo best in live, free
for all. Purse $73.
The prices for admission for UtvS are:
Season tickets for males, $1; females, 5(1
cents; boys nnd girls, 23 cents. D.'.y tickets,
males, 30 cents; females, 25 ct.
The animal catalogue and premium list
will be out in a few days, and will be sent on
application to the Secretary, J. R. Campbell,
at Eugene Of v.
General Programme for
Sund.iy. June 24, 10 a. m.- Baccalaureate
sermon. Dev. Thos. Van Scoy, President
Willamette University, Salem Or.
Moudity, June 25, 8 p. m. Graduating ex
ercises of niusicdepartmeut.
Tuesday, June 2o, 8 v. m. Renniou of the
Wednesday, June 27 10 A. M., address
before the literary societies, Hon. 'Geo. II.
Burnett, Salem, Or.; 2:110 p. m., class tree
planting; 3 p. m., exercises of the iilunini
association; 7:30 P. M.. address before the
Uuiversilv, Hon. H. W. Scott, A.'M., Port
Thursday, June 28, 10" A. M. Exercises of
the graduating class.
Au Osburu twin binder wood frame, for
sale cheap for cash or will exchange for farm
s'ock, nt Springfield Oregon.
June 13-11- John Kklly
A Imise buyer will be at Han:;' stables next
Wednesday, June -0th, for the p.irpose of
tiuytlig liorc. ' lie wants lmrsi;s not loss th in
lb'rj pnund in weight, from 4 to 7 year old.
Yhkka. Cal., Fb. 15, 1SSG. Dr. S. Hir-
nu;ii, oculist, so tar as l Know, lias given
entire satisfaction. From personal knowl
edge I know the Doctor to be well skilled in
bin profession and, iu my opinion merits the
patronage of th-; people.
I have found Dr Harmon to be a skillful
oculist and practical optician.
li. H. Kodkiitson, M. D.
Dr. S. ILii'inon, with his invention, the
"Duplex Eyo Illuminator," undoubtedly
gives great aid iu the the superficial exami
nation of the eye.
JOSKPII McC'UESKEY. 1).
W. II. Boyd, Sheiiff.
Subscribed mid sworn before mt this 20th
dry of February, lfiSO.
Skal. J. V. Biiow,
Notary Public iu and for Siskiyou coun
Coltos, Cnl, Angnst 20, 1885 Fi nn in
vestigation 1 tind Dr. Harmon a genlleinnn
and a practical oculist, and worthy of pub
II. F. Adams, M. D.
Member of California Medical Board.
Fon tiis Skasidk Ou Wednesday, Juno
13th, and on each Wednesday and Saturday
thereafter during the season, the Oregon Pa
cific Company will sell round trip, excursion
tickets, from Albany to Yaipiimi, at $3.50
each, Tickets good for going passage on
reg'.il.ir pas-engi r trains, Wednesday mill
Sat'irKvs only. Good to return on any reg
nl ir i i-s.iiu'i r train until September 30th.
B iy your tickets of Mr. Geo. F. Craw, agent
of the Compauy nt Eugene.
The nii'.nv friend of Mr. Horace
Knox in Line county will rivret to learn
that he has suffered tho terrible ufiliclion of
becoming completely blind with no hope of
recovery. For quite a time ho wa troubled
with a fungus growth on the upper lip and
it is thought this extended by some means
to the optic nerve enlirely destroying th in
Hi home is at Cheney W. T.
Tub Datk Fixkd. Judgo Boise Situr.lay
issued lo the sheriff of Polk couuty the war
rant of execution of Win. Landreth, the In
dependence iniir.Urcr, on 1 fixed ther-in the
dale upon which he shall suffer the extr.me
pen dtj of the law on Friday, July lith. It
will devolve upon the new sheriff of Polk,
Ira Smith, of Iudi peudence, to execute Lan
drutk. Teachkks Electkd. The Board of Di-rc-,-toisof
Enp-ne District has elect, d the
follow, ir: l.a.-hers for the ensuing year:
! 1, T
il Martin; lib, Alice
s:-.n ;n':h. Jennie Mc-
,!:;. , M-Clniig;Sih, O-io v!-
rAYitm; 1Ia Pnisvi.-llr. D. I. Irnne,
of Crvalhs, general agent for Oregon, has
beuievbibimigtbe Favorite hay press in
tbiscitr. It is new invention and u tue
i.'.. . t .I.;.,., ,,( tlie kind we have ever
m Martvn A-
seen. lue maniiiai-uuei
r,T.T, Tlm race advertised for Tues
day between Mole Digger and Sorrel Indian
b.i:ed to cer.:e ft Mr. Mr-Col!....., the
b.-ker of th- List n imeil nor.
Zuma!t the b ickirof th
f irm-r, the I jO
put up as a foi feit.
I?.- n . t 1- 1 miction ou ! it'nr.:.y. uit
7. 18 -S.
l.nniui mul lol on corner i'l
tilth nnd Oak slnels
M. G. Ssina.
School Looks at Collier'. t
Go to rrgton'i 'ur '0,,r br'u'R
Wilcox Bros, have located at Baker City.
Ladies dress good a specialty at Friend-
For bargain, in boots and shoes atKrausw
, .... , ., .
Buckeye mower and binders at Pritehett
Candies, nut nud faucy notions -ut Nul-
1,0,1 & Ingi-rsoll'
A $500,000 hotel will be erected in Torf.
1 md this Summer.
Take your produce to the Pacific Tea Co.
and get the best price.
See PreSton'i buggy harness.
Bcineuibcr Krsnsse & Klein warrant all of
thi ir Units and shoes.
The highest cash price will be paid for
wheat by F. B. Duuu
School books of all kind at George Col
It r's. Price them; buy them.
A fine line of silk plushes iu all shades
nud grades at F. B. Dunn's.
Go aud see Preston' single harness,
Mrs. Hunan presented this office with
some flue cherries this week.
For fresh fruit", orangts, lemons, lun mas,
en?., go to Nelson & Iugersoll's.
Hot and cold baths every day iu tho weeV
nt Jerry Horn's Rarher shop.
The Junction flour the best Hour ou the
market. Only $1 per sack at P. T. Co.
Mr (leu F Craw ho the sole acency for all
brand of the celebrated Tamil Punch Ciara.
No trouble for K, & K. to how their goods
to customers if they wish to purchase or not.
Fieincmbcr the race between Fdng", Kim
rock Belle nnd Jack Frost next Saturday
It will be closely couttsted.
Moore's Revealed lbniedy regulate ami
builds up all the organs of the human sys
tem. Sold by Eugene Druggists.
Nelson Si Ingersoll keeps the best assort
ment of cigar and tobaccos in Eugene. Sole
iigents for the celebrated Monogram cigar.
Bcttinaii will tako all kind of produce,
eggs, bacon, butter, chickeun and everything
nt la tter prices than anyone else in town.
S. H. Friendly has employed Elmer Cleav
er us clerk in hi store. Cha. Goldsmith
h .s taken hi place in Krausse S: Kleiu .
Mr. Eugene Bond will soon open ;i gen-(-nil
uiereliBiidifie store in the room formerly
occupied by S. Warshnuer, iu the Tim
Davis, the t'lilnr, has just received a large
stock of imported aud domestic goods of the
latest Spring and Summer style. Call and
examine hi stock.
Ladies call at Bettmau's and see liU fine
assortment of kid glove Just arrived din o
from the fautory. Latest shade will le
tiold at a great bnigaiu.
W T. Knysrr, Lnue County auctioneer
Satisfaction guaranteed either by job or
commission. Address at Eugene or cull at
my residence six mile west of Eu,;ene. a2(i
Krausse & Klein have just received the
finest $4 French kid shoe ever brought to
EiiLieiie, Ladies call and see them. We
have them in Opera and French toi.
Some anvil were fired Friday evening of
Inst week, but whether in honor of tho nom
ination of Cleveland nud Thuruiau, or for
the Uepublican victory in Oregon, we failed
By using only the best materials to bo had,
and having had years of actual experience
under the best instruction, enable Hender
son, Dentist, to obtain the finest results
known in Dentistry.
V nder the new law, one of the commis
sioners elected Monday will hold fonryeai.
The one to hold the long term will be deter
mined by lot,- which will be drawu when
they come to ipialify.
Mr. J. II. Foster, a pioneer of Oregon,
died nt Albany Monday morning. The de
ceased bud been onoot the most promini nt
citizens of that city until financial disaster
overtook him a few years ago.
"Old King Colo was a jolly old soul," so
are those who buy their spring suit of Eng
land & Wilson. Their prices are the lowest;
their good are bent. In a ehenp or high
priced suit they can accommodate you.
The meed of merit for promoting personal
comeliness, is due lo J. C. Ayor it Co.,'
whose Hair Vigor is a universal beiiutiflir of
of the hair. Harmless, effective ami agree
able, it rank Mining the indispensable toib-t
For chronic catarrh, induced by u Vcrofu
lous taint, Ayer's Sarsapaiilla i the tine
remedy. It stops catarrhal discharges, re
movistliM sickming odor, and never fails
to thoroughly eradicate every trace of dis
ease from the blood. Sold by all denier in
St. John asks the question, "Are yon for
the saloon or the home," The auswer given
is "you bet your lite." But when you are
asked where you can get tho best good and
price on tea, coffee, groceries. On side at
the Pacific Tea Co., Cor 9th and Oak streets.
School Beport of Dist. No. 72: The fol
lowing named pupils have not been absent
from school during the month of May: Phil
Yates. Hawes Viitus, Lawrence Brown, Kosa
: . .i . t( . . T . V..1.-
ton, ininr, u. sion, o.n in -.,
Hustou. June Huston and Irene Huston.
Mattik Ci'iiiiiK, Teacher.
The Charier Onk is the best stovo manu
factured. It Is tho pride of every house,
hold. Messrs. Starr and Vnndeiitmrg have
recently received from the manufactory nt
St. Louis a car load of them which they nre
offering t very low prices. Call nud exam
C. C. lieokman, of Jacksonville, has pre
t -nted five warrants to the state treasurer
that were just fourtceu years obi, having
been drawn on tho 5 per cent, tide, swamp
and overflowed land fund, on May 20, 1H7J.
The face of theso warrants was iJ.OOO nnd
it took 110,702.23 to pay the principal and
Bney & Abriims were (ho lowest bidder
on the new hotel at Ashland $21,750.
However the incorporators of the same con
cluded that the amount waa too largo for
their resources and reduced the size of the
building. On the secoud bid the contract
was let to an Ashland gf'Utleman for 17, fine,
Honey & Abratim- bid being Jlfl.'.M).
The reopening of t kindorartm the
co .;ing full, will depmd on the amount of
patronage that can b s-curcd in advance,
o-lore July 1st. 18-8: Tuition in tho kiu
der;srteu, morning sehion. $3 per month.
Tuition in the primary school, afternoon res
sioti $1 per month. Parents aud other iu
forested, will please ad Ires the undersign! d
before the above date. H. L. Earns.
Lugene City, ur.
Wny yes T-Tca-T. We ask you to note
that we carry the largest and best stock of
Ti a south of Portland. We buy direct from
tlie iloiHirter. We allow yon to 'e. UmU or
I ,,,,,.7 w)i:,t you buy, or will give yon a sain-
. p. to let you find ont just what kind you
J want. All favorite and tried brand always
' in stock. 1 iiws to suit me nines irom
1 ,,. t l ... J I. .......1.
cts np. a.so uav a run uu u.n sk-
of g.-ojerits, etc.
Paciic Trs Co.
Eggs, HiJ J cts; butU'r. 13c; wool, 13c.
Slrawhtirie about a thing of the past.
Messrs. Fisbtr 3: Watkins, butchers, have I
purchased a new fireproof (.(.
Street contractors have begnu woik oil
Sixth street east of Willamette.
The regular meeting of the W. C. T. V.
will bo postponed until July 11th.
Graham Glass tins sold the Dallas Item
izer to Mr. V. A. Walsh, late of Albina.
The Home hotel restaurant wa attached
by creditor for U00 claim ou Wednesday.
Geo M Wood as Ir Jekvll ho scored one of
the greatest triumphs of the c.e. N. Y.
Messrs. Nelson .t Ingersoll now have one '
of the finest soda fountains in the interior
The Eugeno sportsmeu came out fairly in
the shouting toiirunioetit at Portland the
first of the week.
Mr. Dr. Geary ha purchased a lot fiom
David Cideuinu, nud will build a neat cot
tage on the same.
We nre informed thai C Co., O. N G ,
excnrinn the first of the week wa not a
Th S. F. Chrenl"lii elves huh praisn to
the .lekyill Hyde troux that play here tins,
The official vote for Lane county for June
4. 1SSS, will bo found on the fust page of
thi- issue of the Gi'Aim.
Mr. C. B. Du Hoi, of Salem, formerly of
this city, ha become insane nnd ha I moil
committed lo the asylum,
David Cherry ha purchased 40 acres Jof
the Stowell farm three miles below Engen
paying $10 per acre for the same,
A platform 500 feet in length will be
built nt tho depot in (he near future. It will
be ft greatly needed improvement.
llesvv ruins Wednesday ninht nnd Thurs
day Some fear are entertained of rust
owing to the continued rainy weather.
Attend the auction of oil paintings at
O'Brien's Opera House. The paintings are
certainly work of art, being tho product of
celebrab d master.
The old masonic hall mnvus rather alonly
on account of rainy weather, and the diffi
culty generally experienced in starting an old
Geo. M. Wood n Dr. Jekyell and Mr
Hyde has scored one of tho greatest
triumphs of the age, N. Y. world. See him at
Messrs John ami E V Kuykendall, former
ly iu business at Drain, lisvo purchased the
lleisner ureccry tre and will make their fu
tare residence in Eugene.
The owners of the Grange slore block nro
talking of tearing out the fronts of both
rooms, and putting in now fronts. It would
be a decided improvement.
Judge Deady has granted tho receiver of
the Narrow Guage railroad permission to
borrow $123,1)00 to put the road in running
condition, so there is no danger of it shut
A meeting wna held nt the Court Home
Inst Saturday evening, nnd a comniittea ap
pointed to see what could be done in the
way of raising fuuds for celebrating the
Fourth of July.
I have carefully examined the American
Encyclopedia of Practical knowledge, nnd
can recommend it n the most valuable work
of tho kind I have seen.
T. W. Haiibis, M.D.
From iilliciid returns Mr. .1. W. Hamilton
uoe to Curry county with 29 majority. The
vote of that county is light and about even,
and we can depend upon having a competent
pri'secuting attorney for the next two years,
We learn by the Hi ppner Gszetle that
Mr. Neil Viindnvne, formerly of Cobnrg,
will shortly establish a general merchandise
business in that town. Neil is a first-class
business man nud will succeed in his now
You should not fail to henr Geo, M.
Wood nud hi exceleut company in the
weird and startling Dramatization of Steven
sons wonderful novel Dr. Jekyell and Mr.
1 1 vde or the Double Life. At lihinohart'
Theatro Saturday evening June Cth.
Admission 50 cts., Reserved sent 75 ct.
Hoikk City, Idaho, January 7th, INKS.
The undersigned, old resilient of Boise
City, cheerfully add their testimony lo the
professional skill of K Harmon, the Oculist,
lie ha ibuiionstrated beyond dispute, nt d to
the entire satisfaction of all, that lie is au
oculist of the highest order. During his
stay here of two mouths lie liai treateii many
case of diseased eve and success crowned
his efforts iu every instance Several of
those cases were of long standing and of n
most nuuravated nature, and their cure is re-
carded as remarkable The statement iu the
nress of our city, giving names of a number
of Ira patients, and a few of the purlieu
lars in each case are stiictly true. Succes
iu iIhi onlv criterion bv which to iudce skill
S Harmon succeeded fu his practice in this
city Mliere preteliileil oculists wlio preced
ed him met with signal failure. This testi
ni'inv is voluntarily presented, umuked, to
one whom wo firmly believe deserve it.
Wm. Jausian, Member Boise Council.
A J Hiiyakin, Editor Idaho Democrat,
' Skuiktaiiy'b Orrwr., Hoisr City, Idaho,
January, 17, 1KS7. I, Edward J. Curti,
SeeretKiy of Idaho, do hereby ciMtify to the
eoriectiiuss of t'leiiixive statement as to a
Harmon's high skill as an optician and i
seal. J of Idaho Ter
K. i. Ci'iiua,
Sc-ciel.uy Idaho Territory.
Dr. S Harmon, oculist aud practi'-al opti
cian of St. Peteubiirif. lliimn.1. Unt the Hull
man limine, r.wun No. 11. He is the inventor
ut an instrument for mensurinz the eye, con
nistim; of 4K) iilnsse. It will be ou exhil itioll
iu the llnlTinaii House window, Saturday.
A ClAisK Call J. W, Hamilton, the best
prosecuting attorney that thi judicial di
tric-t ever hail is elected by alxiut 15 lo 20
majority. This ig close work, but it is
much to Mr. Hamilton's credit to be elect
at nil in 11 district that ha giveu the Repub
licnu candidate fur con.io about 12i0
majority. We know nothing about Mr
Hiifford, the Republican candidate, but nre.
iufoimed that he lacked every incessnry
qualification for filling the position. It will
bo set n that our Lane county Republican
voted straight thi year when they gave him
220 majority. .
Titc Favoiiitk Wo call attention to the
advertisement of the steamer Favorite
owned by Mayor & Kyle at Flon nee, which
appear in thi issue. Pmtie vi-iting the
Siilsluw will find thi sluuuer sub; aud
speedy, while her owneis and lu al-r are ac
commodating geutb nieu iu every particular.
The Favorite will make regul.r trip every
dny from Florence to the head of tide and
Ani-iml M. E. CosmifcscK. Rev. II. P.
Webb, pa-tor of the M. K. church in Al-
bauy. Mates thtt the Biinual cunfureuc of
! the M. E. ehuich will lo held at Eugene
! City on Auust 30. Bishop W. X. Ninde, of
TiipiAc, Kansas, will plkid.
Iioc.v. T.i the wife i.f Chester D. CoDlbn,
a .u June 10th, 18rt,
Hon. E. P. Coleman was iu town Thnrs-
Abe Goldsmith took iu the metropolis this
Postmaster Osburu visited Portland this
Dr. Wm. Osborne has gone to Philadel
phia. Andy Titus ha gone to the Belknap
Mr. Ed. Fraier was in Eugene lovernl
days thi week.
Mr. F. M. Wilkini and family are rusll-
eating on Pu-et Sound
Mr. S. II. Friendly and family visited the
metropolis thi week.
Charlie Uuderwood i acting as a deputy
. M. atTaooma, W. T.
Mr. S. L. Lvtle returned from a visit to
Crook county Inst Monday.
Mr. L. A. Sanctuary, of nosebum. visited
Eugene friend lust Sunday.
Mavor Dunn attended the Mi. sonic Grand
Lodge at Portland this week.
Mr. D T. Rears of Medford was here vis
iting a couple of day this week.
Mr. J. F. Kobinson was reeistered at the
Hollon House in Portland last Tuesday.
Mr. N. J. BUgen, of Portland, one of the
owner in the new tannery, was in town yes
day. Miss Mary and Marcelns Yonng nre visit-
ino their sister, Mra, J. V. Hausou, in Cor-
The Messrs. Kuykendall, of Drnin Sta
tion, were in Eugene a couple of days this
Mr. Ira S. Walton, of the 0. it C. II. Pi.,
was here this week visiting relatives ami
Mesrs. J. B. Harris and B. D, Paine
attended tho Masonio Orand Lodge in Port
land (hi week,
Hey. Snenl formerly Tnstor of the Cum
berland Presbyterian church of thi oity is
iu i.ugeue on a visit.
A sister of Mr. Clin. Baker and Mra.
Clem Hide, from Portlnnd, ha been visit
ing here this week.
We nro pleased to learu that Dr. Trather
is recovering anil from present prospects
will soon be about.
Dr. E. Davis and Mr. R. M. Mulholland,
of Junction City, gave this office a pleasant
call yesterday morning.
Attorney L. Bilven left for Prineville last
Wednesday morning, via the McKenzie road,
where he goes on professional business.
Mr. Dusenberry, of Silver City Idsho who
is stonpiuu at the Hoffman House under tho
euro of Dr. Jones is recovering his health.
Master Willie McClaren has returned
home from Portland, where he has been at
tending the Bishop Scott Grammar School.
Mr. J. W. Hanson of Corvallis, spent lust
Sunday in Eugeno visiting relatives nnd
(rieuds. Ho will soon romove to Portland.
Mr. E. K. Wheeler nnd wife will leave for
PiilonseCity, W.T., about July 1st. Mr.
Wheeler will engage in busins at that
Mr. E. F. Osburu returned from Eaateru
Oregon lust Tuesday evening, where ho had
been looking after hi sheop in Gilliam
Mr. Wntteruinn and family returned to
their New York home Saturday. They will
probably return to Eugeue some time in the
We acktinwledue a pleasant call from Mr.
Hyinnn, of New York city, the first of the
week. He was visiting Mr. ('has. l.nitcr
Miss Bertha Blnir 1ms gono to La Grande,
Orecun, on a visit to relatives ami friends.
Before her return slio will visit also at farm-
iugtou, W. T.
Miss Kitty Smith having recovered from
her recent illness loft Thursday morning
for Boise City Idaho ou account of sickness
iu her aunt's family.
Mr. ('has. Cochran has sold hi farm and
other property in Gilliam county and moved
back to Luue county, where he will take up
his permanent residence again.
President J W. Johnson has bren spend
ing the week at the Sod Springs in Linn
county. Wins unwell. During 111 nlmeuce
hi son lleibelt lias been neuiuig til classes
Miss Minnie G. Shaw of thi oity has
been selected tencher of the 2d intermediate
department of the La Grande public Bcliool
Miss Nellie Steven is loucuer ol llie prima
ry. Mr. G. W. Clarno, who recently had his
arm amputated here, has returned to his
home on the Lower Siuslaw. Ho is recov
ering as fast as could be expected under the
Geo. Boltdinw and M. Wilkin attended
the farmers convention which met in Salem
Tuesday. A tiertnnnel organization was
formed bv the election ol si. wiikiiis, presi
. i . . . .
dent; John Osburn, vice president; Joseph
Gaston, Sec, Si Ireas.
The raiu has spoiled lumbering here.
The mill here is running steadily and milk
ins identv of lumber.
Mr. Geo. Whilbeck's new dwelling is
completed, and he will more in soon.
Crawford A Fuller have moved their steam
mill tip on the McGowen Creek, and are
Miss Ella Bui-bridge's school close on the
22d, on which day we understand there will
be a picnic, accompanied by a social dance,
at thu picnic ground on Mill creek. All
nre invited. W,
Type Writing ami Short Hand.
Miss Ohio Walton has relumed from Port
land where she took 11 complete omrse in
shorthand and typo writing. She is now
ready lo respond to all demand for work of
thut description. Reporting, taking deposi
tions, reporting trials, Ac, done, promptly
nud correctly. Charge rensoonable. If
you wish any woik of this kind dona five
Mis Walton a call.
On the account of the stormy weather
the race for a purse between Bingo, Riinrock
Belle and Jack Frost which was to have
beeu in 11 Friday, ha been pospoued until
Sst. afternoon June 23, at 2 30 o'clock. The
truck wa so heavy tlut it ws impossible lo
run on the dny advertised. The horse are
in excellent condition, and the race prumisu
to ha an interesting oue,
There will be a meeting of the voters and
friend of the Prohibition party nt the
Court Honsn in Euueuo City, on Saturday,
June 2.1. at 2 p. m. All fiiends of the party
are cordially invited.
Celebration at Junction.
Junction City proposes to eelebrate the
Fourth of July in becomiug manner. Look
I out next week for the programme.
Messrs Hvman and Ijiuer visited tba
One of the seniors, wants to know. What
makes cats' eye so bright?
The third year German class is now trans
lating the New. Testament.
Tho Constitution class spent this week
reading Orcgou" Constitution.
Messrs W. and H. McCluro nro expected
home to spend comiueucemeut.
George Houck a former student Graduated
this week from the State Normal School.
Clarence Brown, a former studeut grad
uate from Michigan University thi year.
Ethel was very indinnant and not at all
flattered by seeing her name iu the Lnurean
Mr. W!"Trynnd speak up today. To
morrow I'll bring an ear trumpet for your
Mi Ella Moore and II A. Bi attain, two
-niors, went to Portland ou the excursion
George Duuu a Graduate of the class of
8G i expected to spend coiuiuenoeuiout .
week iu Eugene,
The optics c'as had the solar lantern
picture Monday. Polarizing light experi
The Lnurean editor i certainly orikdual.
When he lacks' an item he climoa a cheny
tree and then put that in.
List Friday a few students were unite
pleasantly entertained by Miss Hattie Earn
at tho residence of Prof. Straub.
The F.utnxians when enteriui! the society
hall Friday wero somewhat surprised to see
the tloor covered with peanut shells.
Wanted another girl in tho Botany class
t help Air. Hovev to aiialve his flowers.
The ladies iu tho class now are too bashful.
Tuesday' elocution class had uot had
time enough to prepare and quite a number
failed to finish their recitations, some
Somethini' about "borons" lanuniiiio ha"
been handed iu for an item. A it is not
language that ha beeu tiititdit fu the Uni
versity we do not understand it.
Young Professor to a pupil attempt
ing to translate dvtop'a fable. "Who wrote
these fablt a?" Pupil, looking nt the back
of the reader. "Andrew and Stoddard.-'
That white hut of Pat's that had taken
Wing nud gone to the auditorium lias been
restored to its owner. The Greek class that
recites from one to two wero woudurs wise
over its disappearance.
'But didn't the Eiitnxiunsget it nt the leo-
tnre. And thry deserved it too." A branch
of "sour crapes" taken from the Lnurenn
column. We presume Bob Burdi tte made
no mention of the Laureans.
We noticed in the lust issue of the Journal
that wo are expected to limit our writings to
the young Indies. But if yon will notice, the
head ot our column is devoted to tlie "Stale
University" and not to the interest of tho
two societies ns is the Lnurean'.
A Eutnxian, now a resident here, that i
often attended by a resident Laurenn who
has planned and selected a house til the
subrubh, was frank enough when speak
ing of her future life to say "I aupposo I'll
B. 1). Bookman a graduate of the class of
'81, finishes the Law oourso nt Yale this
Juue. He was one of four chosen to com
pete for the prize for Oratory. Tho Oregon
boys compare quit favorably with those of
tha East. -
With tho next issue of the Guaud 'the
F.utaxiau editor commences her vacation.
Wo are certain that the column for the Inst
of the season will be better than this ns an
other society member has kindly agreed to
give us asHiHtimce.
The morning after the lecture on the
Rise and Fall of the Mustache," rather a
young gent that never hud any, came out
with a very black one. W lieu asked by the
teacher if he had attended the lecture? he
gave it a parting in a mirroring glass bought
for that purpose, then wiped It all off.
The Shakespeare nnd Bacon debute of the
Laureans was pospoued in order to read aud
discuss the 'Roberts rules of order' for the
benefit of Senior Collier, whom they fined
for wanting to read to them a two year old
essay, alter spending nil their tune mis way
they rescinded the line ami wanted to near
the essay, which Mr. Collier refused to rend
The wind this week was more penetrating
thau last week, It whispered in our listening
ear that it was not Julia Ilumil'on who went
boating but another party. Also a gentle
breerc from the sunny south wafted the in
telligence that an ex-editor desired to lend
his love to 11 Eutiixi'in, nngelin, golden
liairod Eutaxiuu sister, but did uot dare for
fear Fred would predominate iu the Laurenu
column next week,
At tho lust meeting of the society Miss
Nellie Straight's name was balloted ou slid
she signed the constitution. As both the
members that were on duty for rhetorical
wero absent that order bad to be passed over.
Question debated: Resolved, That the pul
pit is mora powerful than the pies. Affirm
ative Agnes Groene, Ida HcudrUks; nega
tive, Elva Galloway, Anna Robert. Ques
tion decided in the ufllruiative. Mis Li 11 a
Holt, an inactive member and an ex-secretary,
was present at onr Inst meeting.
the poor little white kitten, that has
strayed to the University has after visiting
every room failed to find a congenial borne.
The Eutnxian, following the plan of com
panies of soldiers and regiment were con
aidering its adoption, aa the societies cat.
when ahead of them, bebold a Laurtan
come bringing It into the class room caress
ing it as he goes, to quiet Its wall of starva
tion. To aiil him some Etituxinns hunt the
society hull to Uud some peanuts to feed it,
and here a Lnurean, a good follower of
Henry Bergh become an accessory to pur
loining a morsel from an unclaimed lunch,
with which to appease it.
For Prof. Bpiiler' examination in elocu
tion on Monday many student took great
pain to prepare and they produced some
piece iu Due style. Messr. Woodworth
aud Veazie rendered Cassin and Brutui
most effectively and oue of the young lad
ies spoke the following original parody.
What though a Seuior class you wero
With classic mien and a' that
I found a friend that was friend,
But Senior, too, for a' that.
For Seniors like to clan apart,
From Freshmen, Soph aud a' thai;
To wear stiff huts aud loaded canes,
And a' that, and a' that.
But when the social evening' past
When boys all skip and a' that,
Then Frehmeo, Sophs and Juuior girl
Clan notwithstanding a' that.
Anil when the saucy stars above
Look softly down and a' that.
Then heuior, Sophs aud Fresh lip
Change kisses fast for a' that.
Then bless that haughty Seuior class
With arched brow aud 'a that.
With lassie three ami laddie f ur
Tbey are pretty good for a' that.
AppotNlKD PosTMAsTi.ii. Mrs. Melville A.
FriHsrll Las b-n appointed postmaster at
j McKenzie Bridge vice Iiuchael A. Power.