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,TlTY AND COUNTY.
June 20, 18x8.
Mr. E. B. Hundsaker, of Shedtl, luia been
visiting m " I'"""-
Mr. K- W. Chow bit cluss in penman
bin Ht this l'li"-". also oue Pleusuat 1 ill
Mr. A. J. Keenpy of Goshen and on Alva
of Arlington visited at J. M. Keeney' lust
pr. Win. Thompson, of Sbodd, who pent
two wttekn bore, reiurneu uouie to-iiuy.
Mr. Rufu Dillard and wife., of Silver
Lake, passed bere en roule ,lf wuuge
Thu old Mir niill at this place formerly
owned by Cornelius Hills was toru down luwt
week. Wnile a pun 01 it wus ueuig inane
into a abed Mr. Jool Hill whs struck on the
head by a fulling brace which inflicted a
painful acHip wound.
Thn funeial sermon of the late Mri. E. B.
Handsaker wu delivered to a full house here
on the lOtn by nev. n. u. iuiwa.
A oaiuful accident happened on the grade
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about a mile iwifr UJie jiiiuo Hint xuenuny.
While the teacher nud Mr. Jasper HilU' iind
lr. Jaoobv's children were returning from
school on hortiebuck when at a narrow place
Bt a wagoe and temn. The horse being
riddeu by Mr. Hills' children became frigh
teued and backed off the grade frightening
the home being ridden by Mr. Jacoby's
cbildreu causing it to back off, throwing nil
the children, and the home of Mr. Jacoby's
while trying to climb opon the bank stepped
upon Magti'e Jacoby, aged 7 yearn, breaking
the thigh bone. Fortunately the othera
escaped uninjured. The child was taken
borne and Dr. Thompson wag called and set
the limb and the little girl ia getting on nice
ly. In our lust items we mentioned an ac
cident that happened on (he grade below here.
We think it time for the county to make an
appropriation fur the improvement of these
two grades. Aq.cisata.
Additional University Notes.
There are now 10G members of the Alumni
Association of the University of Oregon.
Thursday afternoon after the regular ex
ercises of the graduates of the classical
course had delivered their orations, several
of the graduates of the Law Department
made short addresses, which showed much
study and careful training. The oration of
Gilbert McGinn, of fortlund, was especially
Officers of the Alumni Association of tbe
University of Oregon, elected June 28, 18S8:
President C. S. Williams, class of '81.
7ice Presidents C A Wooddy, 'SI; Mrs.
Nettie McCornnck Collier.
Sec. and Treas. Miss Anna Patterson,
Tbe literary programme for the Alumni
exercises, June 19, 1889:
Orator W. T. Slater, class of '83.
Alternate George W Hill, cliiRsof '84.
Essayist Miss Lura . Murch, class of
Alternate Mrs. Julia Adams McDaniels,
class of 1879.
Poet W C Taylor, closs of '84.
Alteruate-T C Jadkins, class of '83.
A new constitution was adopted. The of
fice of annalist was abolished, the large
number of the Alumni making it extremely
difficult to give a satisfactory account of the
doings of each member.
General Orders No. 4.
1. Companies A, B, C, E, F, and I, Suo
oud Regiment 0 N G, will assemble nni
formed and equipped at Corvallis at 1:30 p.
in., Jnlv 4, 1888, lor parude and drill.
2. The field nnd staff will report to the
Colonel commanding mounted.
3. The non-commissioned stuff will re
port to the adjutant promptly at the time
alx ve designated. By command of
Oilcial. Col. T. C. Smith.
Geo . H- Bcrnktt, Acting Adjutant.
Letters fiV the following persons remained
uncalled for t tbe postotfice in Eugene City,
Oregon, June 21(, 1888:
Aubrey, J W Holcomb, Miss Eva
Boyd, E E Lane, Burrell
Brentain.Jho Long, I L
Cook, Geo K. Donald
Greer J R Schnider, Miss Anna
A charge of one cent will he made on each
letter given out. , . ,
Persons calling for the above will please
say advertised, giving date.
?. W Osuuitx, P. M.
Close CALL.-Monday fornoou two prom
inent citizens were just putting np JW on
the nomination of Blaine for President
$300 in gold ond a check for the same
amount were in their hands-wben a gentle
rushed to the door and cried "Harrison is
nominated.": Tne chl'ck wa 1"' iy r 1
and the Blaine man heaved a sigh of relief
and yet one of regret. A minute more and
he would have been poorer by ?3U0. Alba
Sot ice. ,
On account of poor health the partnership
heretofore existing between myself and Dr.
Paine has been dissolved. I have disposed
of my iuterest to Dr. E. D. McKeiiney, a
physician of twenty-one years practice, re
cently from Ord, Nebraska. The business
will be continued by Drs. Paine sad Mc
Kenney. I take this opportunity of thank
ing my friends for the patronage they have
given me and ask a continuance of the same
to my successors whom I can heartily rec
ommend to the public as thoroughly quali
fied physicians and gentlemen.
Db. A. W. Phatukb.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Wfaea BbT was tick, we cave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
"When tbe became Mias, tbe clung to Castoria,
When tbe had Children, the gave them Caatoria.
AH residents and property owners are
hereby notified tc clean cp tbe streets and
alleyt adjoining their premises, within 15
days from tbe date of this notice. By order
of Common Council.
H. I. Day, City Martha 1.
Eugene Ci,ty, June 19, 1888.
Tarrtdrs if yon want monT bring all your
rjld iroa, copttrr, brass, etc., to W. Sanders.
'He pays ti highest cash price. New York
A pair of farrier pigeons tbe other day
flew from HiDutrd to Sh-di station, their
iioxne, fiftr-thiM sila ia fifty-six minutea.
The Board of Rontii nf i).. n...... c......
I Diversity met in Engene City, Friday.
June, 27. 188. Present. Hons. Matthew
P. Deady, A. Bush, T. G Hendricks. B. 8.
Bean, Roduey Scott, L. L. McArthur and 8.
A large amnuut of routine report of offi
cers, c, was disposed of. Prof. D. W.
Coolidge resigned the position of Professor
of Music and Miss Mury MoConuek, lute of
the Xew England Conservatory of Music,
was appointed to fill the position. Miss
McCornack is expected home in a few days.
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observatory were received from Mesrs.
Amatus, rarks aud llonty. Abrams' bid
alwut f 3400, was tbe lowest, Tbe matter of
location was left with the Executive Com
mittee, who were instructed to see what ar
rangements could be made for securing a
location on Skinner's Butte.
Pleasant Hill Items.
Mrs. R. E. Callison is quite siek.
Now for harvest. Welcome, sunshine.
Uncle Cule Davis who is now in the asy
lum is not improving.
Mrs, J. V. Guiley of Dexter was here vis
is visiting her parents, last week.
II. T. Bristow and family of this place
ure now visiting friends at Monmouth..
Uncle Jimmy Mitchell aud family made
quite an extended visit on tbe Coast Fork
Since onr last the following persous have
returned to tins place: Aunt 111 J a Mctull
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of Portland, Mr. B. F. Mulkey of Bethel.
wnere be has been engaged in teaching
scnool, Hiss Anuie Park, also Irom Bethel,
where slut had been attending school, Mr.
Thouiiis Mulkey, 8. II. Callison, from Mou-
mouth are nil here visiting friends aud rela
tives. Siuithtield Items.
Farmers are busy summer fallowing.
Grass is growing finely since the rain.
Mrs. Fannie Howard of Eltniru is quite
The Sinithliuld sparking school is pro
Henry S. is building a new house: onder
what that means?.
Miss Mary Kinne and her grandfather are
goiug to Glendule to stay this summer.
The election went off in good shape at
Smitbtleld except there was some scratching
Celebration at Corvallis,
The citizens of Eugene and elsewhere are
respectfully invited to attend the grand cele
bration of American Independence on the
coming 4lh of July at Corvallis, Oregon,
A leading feature will be a sham buttle,
participated iu by Companies A, B, C, E, F
and I of Oregon militia, and numerous other
events of iuterest aud instruction.
To the Public.
Having disiKwed of the Bakr lintel to M.n.
Antnuette Baker. I hereby j;ive notice to the
public that arcn, ding to the terms of agree
ment Mrs. Baker will collect and pay all
amounts owin by or due the hotel
I also tiereiiv desire to otter my thank to
the public fur the liberal patronage extended
to me. Chaki.ks Baker.
An Osbnru twine binder wood frame, for
sale cheup for cash or will exchange for furni
stock, at Springfield Oregon.
June 15-41- , Joiin Kelli
I Farmers if you want money bring all your
old iron, copper, brasn, eto., to W. Sanders.
He pays the highest cash price. New York
Store. , ,
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o Gko. Kbcmiiey About two
weeks ao George Krumrey, an aged German,
who resided a short distance above Goshen
in this county, while in Portland seeking med
ical assistance becoming derauged to some ex
tent jumped into the river. He was rescued
and taken to St. Vincent's hospital for treat
ment, at which place he died Sunday even
ing at C o'clock, aged 66 years. Mr. Krum
rey has been an invalid for several years,
and was despondent on account of bis illness.
Before dying he made a statement that his
apparent insanity was caused by his being
met by two men and a woman, who engaged
him in conversation, when one man applied
a chloroformed haudksrehief to his nose,
while the other man siezed and robbed him
of what money be had on his person. The
deceased was well thought of by his neigh
bors in the vicinity of Goshen.
Bom Oveb. While running on the rope
with hose Co. No. 2, Tuesday evening, Sam
Lytle, a youth aged about 19, stumbled and
fell in front of the cart one wheel of it run
ning over him from his left hip to his right
shoulder, bruising and stunning him
although no bones were broken. He was
taken to the residence of his mother and at
last accouuts was improving slowly. The
cart was loaded with new hose and was quite
New Mining Co. A new mining company
was organized here this week. The stock-
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uolders are: r d uuuu, i uuu
Brown, J B Ream, B F Dorris and others.
Tbe mine is located in the Blue river dis
trict. The company lust Tuesday let a con
tract to John Brown for a 50-foot tunnel.
We are confident that paying mines will be
discovered iu that section.
On a FrRLocoH. Milton Davis, one of
the Oregon cadets at West Point, hat been
granted a furlough, and is now Tisiting
friends iu Eugene. Mr. Davis bat been at
West Point two years, and in tbe rigorous
eittoiiuutiont to which the cadets are sub
iected be bas acquitted himself with great
credit to himself and the state be represents.
A Sebious Paragraph . Belougiug to a
Military Company is not boys play as the
following paragraph from the laws of Oregon
will indicate: "A person who has been die
honorably discharged from the Oregon Nat
ional Guard is disqualified from voting in
tbe State, and cannot hold any federal post
tion." Obeoo Bum" Killed.-" Oregon
Beautf " the beautiful chestnut mare with
flowingmane and tail, sold aorne time ago
bv O. V. Adam of Linn county to parties in
California, was burned in the recert Brigh
ton Beach fire, bbe was 1qo4 at fio.OOU.
The fire was causad by lightning,
t Fabms Sold -Mr. Norrit Humphrey hat
! told 100 arret of laDd 5 miles Dorth of bu
gT..to Mr. Lo-ry. for 3.000. Alto 10
! aerrt of land 1 tnil toutb of Eugene, to Mr.
Higgins, for t750.
Flowers -Mrs. A. 8. Patterson has a
I larae assortment of cut and other flowers
i for sale. They are all of the latest tad
tundard varieties. Residence, on corner ol
1 Eighth awl High StreeU.
School books at Collier's.
Go to Preston's for your harness oil.
E. II . L. Co. meet Monday evening.
Ladies dress goods a specialty at Friend
ly's. Several showen of rain this week. It is
Buckeye mowers aud binders at Pritchett
The horse market it good. It pays to
raise good horses.
Candies, nuts aud fuuey uotiout at Nel
Blue river miuiug stock is said to be good
property just now.
Several San Jose, Cat., land buyers are
hero looking for farms.
Take your produce to the Ptcifio Tea Co.
and get the best prices.
See Preston's buggy harness.
The highest cash price will be paid for
wheat by F. B. Dunn
Mr. G. Bettmao has enlarged the show
windows in bis store.
Reduced fares wil be given on the railroad
to tbe Junction Celebration.
School books of all kinds at George Col
lier's. Price them; buy them.
A fine line of silk plushes in all shades
and grades at F. B. Dunn's.
Geo. Croner bas been acting at marshal
daring marshal Day't illness.
Work hns been couimenoed on Mrs.
Geary's new residence on Fifth street.
Go and see Preston's siugle harness.
For fresh fruits, oranges, lemons, bauanaa,
etc., go to Nelson &. Iugersoll's.
Hot and cold batbt every day in the week
at Jerry ljoru's barber shop.
The Junction flour the best flour on the
market. Ouly $1 per tack at P. T. Co.
The Marion county delinquent tax list
ouly amouuti to the small turn of f 1,003.24.
Mr Geo F Craw has the sole aency for all
brand of the celebrated Tamil Punch Cigars.
See changes in the advertisements of the
Southern Pacific Co's lines and tbe Oregon
Krausse & Klein have a genuine Peble
gnat button shoe (or f 2.00 iu all sizes from
2, to 7 E. E.
We acknowledge the receipt of a nice V
of peaches from Messrs. Howard & Cottle.
They were excellent.
The nomination of Ilariison did not ap
pear to enthuse the Republicans of Laue
lounly to any great exteut.
The rain Thursday, in the middle of the
day, raihtr interfered with the attendance in
the afteruoou at the University.
Geo. M. Miller and Clarence Winter have
placed a (our sided advertising sign on the
telegraph post at Peters' corner.
Davidson Bros., the rope walk fakirs who
performed here last week, had a general
fi-ht when they showed at Salem,
Moore's Reveuled Remedy regulates and
builds np all the orRans of the human sys
tem. Sold by tugeue Kruggisis.
Nelson .v Iucersoll keeps the best assort
ment of cigars and tobaccos in Eugene. Sole
Agents for the celebrated MoDogram cigars.
Bettman will take all kinds of produce,
eggs, bacon, butter, chickens and everything
at better prices man anyone cise in town.
For your infant and children shoes go to
Krausse & Klein; tbey have them in all
kinds and styles, and prices that will sur
Duvis, the tiilor, has just reoeived a large
stock of imported and domestic goods of the
latest Spriug and Summer styles. Cull and
examine his stock.
Ladies call at Bettman's and see his fine
nWortment of kid glove juBt arrived direct
ffom the factory. Latest shades will be
sJld at u great bargain.
I Students, go to Krausse 4 Klein for your
fine dress shoes as they have more fine shoes
to select from than any house in Lane
couuty, and at all prices.
The students of the State University have
departed for their respective home" in the
diffeient sections of the State. We wish
them pleasant vacations.
Tli Prineville Review save Mr. M. u.
Pickett, of Junction City, is visiting in that
city, and that "he has an inclination to
again locate in that section.
W T. Kavser. Lane County auctioneer.
Satisfaction guaranteed either by job or
commission. Address at Eugene or call at
my residence six miles west of Eugene. a26
Krausse & Klein have just received tne
finest U French kid shoe ever brought to
Enceue. Ladies call and see tnem. we
have them in Opera and French toea.
The oil painting auctioneers who were
here a couple of weeks ago, skipped ont of
Albany without paying their bills. The
parties are now selling "cheap" watches in
By using only the best materials to be hod,
and having had years of actual experience
under the best instruction, enables Hender
son, Dentist, to obtain the finest resulti
known in Dentistry.
"Old King Cole was a jolly old soul," to
are those who buy their spring suits of East
land & Wilson. Their prices are tbe lowest;
their goods are best. In a cheap or high
priced suit they can accommoduto yon.
Geo. Woods, Mrs. N. Woods and two boys
hr rim name of Jordan were arrested Friday
of latt week charged with vagrancy. Jury
trials were given them iu Justice Klnsey's
corrt aud in each instance a verdict of not
guilty was found.
Mnnv a vonna eirl shuts herself out from
society because ber face is covered with pim
ples and blotches. All disfiguring humors
are removed by purifying tbe blood wiih
Ayer's Siaps'rilla. This remedy is the
safest and most reliable that oun be used.
St. John asks the question, "Are you for
the saloon or the home." The answer given
is "you bet your lite." But wben you are
asked where you can get the best goods and
prices on tea, coffee, groceries. On sale at
the Pacific Tea Co., Cor 9th and Oak streets.
The Charter Oak is the best stove manu
factured. Lis tbe pride of every house
hold. Messrs. Starr and Vandenburg have
recently received from the manufactory at
St. Louis a car load of tbenv which they art
offering at very low prices. Call and eitm
At a called meeting of the C. P. Church
of Eugene City, which convened at 4 p. m.,
Saturday June 23d, Rev. J. W. Smeed, who
ha recently completed hit theological course
at Lebanon Tennetsee, wts unanimously
requested to take temporary charge of the
church. He will bold bit first service on
ttandayJuly 1st, at 11 a.m.
Why yes T-Tea-T. Wa ak yott to note
tMt we carry the largest and best stock of
Tea tooth of Portland. Waboy direct from
the importer. We allow yon to we, uwor
piU what yon buy, or wil g jootsaw.
pie to let von find ont jut what kind yoo
wAnt. All favoriU and tried brands always
in stock. Price! to salt tbe timeafrom z5
ctsup. We alM) have a full and fresh stock
ot groceries, eta.
i Pacific Tea Co.
' Tk. .tll.l.Rt. mIiI 1!w .tlMlJ IIIA.tll
County Court Mondty; Commissioners
A large amonnt of bay ia ready to cut but
the ram delays work.
The new county officers will lake their re
spective offices next Wednesday.
Now is the time to begin digging cp
thistles before tbey get much headway.
The north bouud California Express train
was nearly two bonrt late Friday morning.
The etreet coiitrtotors are busily engaged
filling aud grading on Olive aud Sixth streets
The trouble over the Baker hotel has betn
settled by Mrs. Baker taking charge Wed
nesday. Tbe old Masonio ball building has been
traveling slowly towards its new location this
The commencement exercises of the State
University will be found in our supplement.
Co. C. of Eugene will take part in the bat
talion drill and sham battle at Corvallis uext
Mr. Geo. Melson bss received tbe patent
for the harrow recently invented by him, and
will manufacture harrows for tale in the near
Mist Ada Coburn of East Portland was
in town this week attending Commence
Mr. E. C. Peotlund, well known here, was
married last week st Moumoulh to a Miss
All should attend the Fonrth of July cele
bration at Junction City next Wednesday,
It will be a grand affair.
Several farmers through the couuty cut
hay last week, and under the pror.ent weath
er it has not cured and it liable to spoil.
The large maple tree on tbe corner of
Eighth and Olive streets has been cut down
to make way for the old Masonio hall build
ing. Now is the tine when the thrifty young
man discourses learnedly to his best girl
about the prevalence of tyrotoxicon in Ice
cream. At Butte City, Montana, and Santa Rosa,
the Chinese celebrated on the news of Har
rison's nomination. They seem to know
There will be a netting of the Fisk and
Brooks club of the Prohibition paty, at the
Court House in Eugeue on Saturday, July
7, at 2 p. m. Com.
S. II. Friendly informs ns that he is au
thorized by Lilienthal Co., of New York,
to eugags the bops of the coining crop for 10
cents per pound.
Krausse & Klein carry tbe largest assort
ment in Indies, opera and Oxford ties aud
button slippers of any honse in Eugene at
prices from 90c upwards.
The catalogues of the State University for
18S7-1NN8 are out from the press aud are
ready for distribution. The next school
year begins Sept. 17th.
The Oregon Blood purifier is Nature's own
remedy, and should be nsed to tbe exclus
ion of all other medicines in all diseases of
the stomach, liver and kidneys.
The students of the University gave a
social dance at Rhmebnrt's Parlors last
Thursday evening. It was well attended
and a good time was hud by all present
As will be seen by tbe regular announce
ment of Dr. T. J. Eaton, he will be at the
Huffman House from Saturday to Wednes
day, July 7th to July 11th. Remember tbe
Last Tuesday evening a team belonging to
Johu Sloan broke the tongue from the car-'
riage to which tbey were attached and ran
away. At last accouuts they had not been
Mr. Matlock's children who have been
suffering with diphtheria are convalescing.
No other cases have broken out, and It is
thought that no further trouble need be an
ticipated. The social and financial nnion of the
Methodist church will meet on Friday even
ing of this week, at 7 JO o'clock. All ore
cordially invited to be present. A nice pro
gramme bas been prepared.
A horse being driven on Willamette street
Thursday in a road cart by Mr. Meriau,
kicked both feet over the dash board, then
fell forward on hit bead bruising himself
badly and breakiug the cart.
Some horsemen had trouble over the race
mare Fappooae last Sunday. One of thorn
was arrested charged with stealing the mare
but was released after trial. The mare was
then shipped to California.
The father of Mrs. Kate Munra died at
Erie, Pa., June 19th. being 88 years of age.
He was a publisher of a newspaper for near
ly CO years. Mrs. Munra has the sympathy
of many friends iu ber affliction.
The soothing and restorative effects of
Ayer's Cherry Pectora' are realiied in all
cases ot colds, coughs, throat or lung troub
les, while its powerful healing qualities are
shown in tbe most serious pulmonary disor
ders. Mr L. R. Sonthern, late of 8an Jose,
Cal , has opened an Art School ovei1 East,
land & Wilson's store, and for a short time
will give lessons in flower, landscape and
marine painting in oil colors. Give him a
Next Wednesday is the glorious Fourth of
July, and tne people win ceieuraie, u iuj
A.i.iirtfl at all. awav from home. Junction
City has gotten np a good programme, and
many of our citizens will attend the exercises
in our suter town.
Tt will be lawful to kill deer after July 1st.
It will not be lawful to kill ducks till Sept?
nor crouse. pheasants, quail or pai-
ridgestill July 15th; the close eeason for
brook and mountain troui oegins nov. i.
Bear may be killed at any time,
f! W. Montaine has Dnrcbased tbe hard
ware and machinery stock of Pritchett and
Forkner and will conduct the business. He
will close out the stock at bedrock price or
sell it as a whole. Give him a call lor Dar
gains. See his ad. iu this issue.
tb's Bitters and Spechlty Company
have been giving free concerts on the streets
sev ral eveuings this week. They are an
entertaining company aud travel to introduce
their bitters. This, Friday evening, they
give a concert at Bhinebart s ball.
Prof. Bailey will conduct tbe services in
the First Presbyterian cbnrrh next Sabbath
morning in tne aDsenoe oi me rumor, w.
MrK n ev. who s arterfcon inursnay mora
ing to Denver. Mr. KcKinley intend re
turning in a couple of weeks.
Jacksonville Times; It has been rumored
that Frit Mnuz. who forfeited the 6,000
bonds given for his appearance before the
grand jury of Klamath county, to answer the
Wo nf mnriWinir an Indian, was about
to return to that county. This is said toba
a falsa rumor, but Muoz it in potRetsJon of
hit valuable ranch there, which waa told to
A. A. Fink, but hat been re-oonveyed to
irv. RiLlnrrlar betweea
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Bingo and Jack Froat waa won by Bingo in
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two ttrt!ni ueait. au -in
5b 4 sacondi and the second beat in II and
4-5 eeeund. Some money changed bandt on
ih result, tbe betting being two to on in
lavar of Bingo.
Come and get your photo medium, large or
Artist, F. A. Rankin; will surely pleas yoo
Come along, he't ready, to work for oath or
And lay all other photo completely in the
Strolling on the seashore, digging np the
Sleighing in a snow storm, freezing off your
Gathering the daisies in the field so green,
la door or oat door com and choose your
Boating on the river, plucking lillie fair,
Sitting by the fireside, in your easy chair.
nesting on tne ruined wall, talking at tne
Climbing stiles and fences; rambling with
Standing in the window retting from your
If you doubt be' got these, come and take a
Many more I'd mention, but tew will do I
So come and hay a sittiug and he will do
A Sad Death.
Grant Osburn, a young man born and
reared in Lane county, died at Albany Tues
day forenoon at 11 o'clock under circum
stances peculiarly sad, aged 24 year, 2
moulbs aud 5 day, lb Albany Denioo.-at
give tbe following version of the unfortn
'This morning Grant Orburn, of Eugene,
aged about 25 year, staggered into Hale
Baekensto's saloou and fell unconscious. Hr
was taken np stairs iuto a bedroom and med
ical aid summoned. The doctor immediate
ly pronounced it a case of overdose of mor
phine. An effort was made to save tbe
young man, but without avail, and he died
about II o'olock.
Whether morphine wts taken internally or
hypodermically waa not oertain. He was not
a morphine fiend, and waa not in tbe habit
of taking it. For some time Osburn worked
for 1. W. Hansen, of Corvallis, whet he also
had (ome cousins living. Hi parent, who
are well to do, reside at Eugene City. He
bas a brother living at Brownsville. He
married few year ago, bat on aooount of
tone trouble paited from his wife. For
several months he has been keeping company
with a young lady of Corvallis. but being in
the habit of drinking she refuted to have any
thing to do with bitu. Tbe coroner's jury
rendered a verdiot of death from an overdose
the Albany Democrat of Wednesday says:
"The coroner's jury in the inquest held over
the body of Grui.t Osburn deoided ihat he
came to his death by an overdose of tuor-
pbiue. Au effort was made to Bud some
clue to the cause, but without success. We
are told of the following Incident: Youi.g
UHbiirn aw in l e before lie waa taken violently
ill wa in the room of a young man at the
Murrv honse, when the subieol of taking
morphine was mentioned. The latter aaid
he sometimes took a "shot" himself, and
t-iking ont a bottle and instrument shot some
into his aim. Being called away be left tbe
bottle and instrument on the stand. Coming
back Osburn was gone and be thought ro
more about it until bearing of bis sickness,
when he examined the aiticles carefully and
says tbey did not look as if tbey were used."
Air. usburn was a kind hearted generous
young man, and under other oircamstaiices
would have been a valuable member of so.
ciety. The remains were brought here Tues
day, and followed by mauy mends were in
terred in tbe Masonic cemetery Wednesday
The following programme will be rendered
atCresswell, July 4th: The procession will
be formed at Cresawell publio square at 9
a. m., and led by tbe Cresswell and Cottage
Grove bras bands, followed by 38 ladle on
horsebaok to the old pienio grounds three
fourths of a mil east of Cresswell, where
tbe following exercises will be rendered:
Music Cresswell Band.
Hong Cottage Grove Choir.
Prayer R. O. Callison.
f'oDg- Pleasant Hill Choir.
Music Cottage Grove Band.
Heading Declaration of Independence.
Musio Cresswe'l Band.
Song Cottage Grove Choir.
Kong-Pleasant Hill Choir.
Music Cottage Grove Band.
Music Cresswell Band; 1 o'olock.
Musio Cottage Grove Band.
Song Pleasuut Hill Choir.
Music Cresswell Band.
Song Cottage Orove Choir.
Musio Cottage Grove Band.
Song-Pleasant Hill Choir.
Song Cottage Grove Choir.
Music Cresswell Band.
Match cam of bas ball at 4 p. m, be
tween the Cottage Grove and Pleasant Hill
Plug nglies at 3 p. m., and a grand ball at
8:30 at Buoy's hall.
On Friday mnrnintt Mr. J. E. Fenton filed
in the Circuit Court a notice nf contest for the
ottice of County Juilve voted fr at the last
election, on the ground principally, that the
votes were not counted correctly, asking lor a
recount of voles. It will l remembt.ed that
Mr. Fenton was beaten only two votes, and
he claims to have evidence that vote that
should have been counted for him were Dot
counted at all.
The case will be hsard before Judk'e Bean
ittini; in ch luilier on Tuesday, July 10th.
Attorney Jiliysu nas neen retained ny ine
plainti if, and Washburne X woodcock and
Condon k Dorris for t lie deft ndant.
Lizzie M Miller to Win Veatch, 3 lot in
G.r.ll'a a.l.litinn! ptin. fE.'ill.
r:h Haker to Antonette Baker, property
On Vf Hisnieiie avieei, iuu, svw.
ii.il ... . ftrjuin
Mary r. bpiiier w w fc,'sn, 4 iota in
CKn'uOn,l .l.lilir.n' ran ClfiHO.
A J Pritchett to A W Prather, V, interest
In tne store Diuming occupied uy u ieiv-
..!. .... . An ih
man, on wi'iameiie street, om
Hokse Race. A race has been made be
tween Rimrock Belle, owned by Cba. Had'
ley, and Jo Jo, owned by R. B. Hays, for
$ j00 a side, the raoe to be run. over the Lane
County Agricultural Society race track Beit
Saturday afternoon, June 7th. Tbe race
will be a dash of a half mile, and promises
tobeolosely contested. The came horse
ran last Fall 6G0 yards, and in that raoe
lapped the entire distance, Rimrock winning
tbe rac by IB incnet.
Card. Having decided to withdraw from
tbe grocery business and go upon hi farm,
v. It f ntiU nffara fur ule a half interest in
tbe store known a lb "City Grocery." Or
bonld tbe purcbaaer desire, me eniue stoca
can be bought, failles desirous 01 engag
ing In grocery business should call and get
1 Cottli k How AID
A. S. MoClure, of Portland, is in town.
Mr. Frauds, of 8eattle. was in town this
Mm. L. Bilyeu it visiting relative in Linn
Mr. Jeff Fenton ot McMinnvill if in town
Mr. 8. n. Friendly visited the metropolis
Mr. Jacob Conser and wife are vlsitina In
Seattle, VV. T.
Mr. Norris Brown of Salem, wa visiting
in Eugene this week.
Mr. Ida Noltnn returned from a visit to
Eastern Oregoa Tuesday.
Rev. Geo. Hill, of East Portland, has been
here tbe most of the week.
Mr. and Mrs, Stiles have moved to their
place on the Lower Siuslaw.
Mr. Henry McClure has been visitinc in
Engene during tbe past week.
' W. I. Tawter is ber this wetk attending
the Uuiversity commencement.
Mr. J. Q. Gray baa returned bom from
bis mine in Southern Oregon.
Mr. J. E. Fenton was In Portland several
days this week on legal business.
Dr. Edward Bailey ot California is visiting:
relatives and friends in Eugene.
Rev. A. O. Wooddy has been in town thia
week attending University exercise,
Mr. O. W. Hnrd, ot Florence, paid out
city a bntinert visit last Wednesday.
Mr. Humphrey, connected with the Alba
ny Herald, was in town Wednesday.
Mr. Walton, of Iowa, a nephew of J. J,
Walton, Sr., ia visiting relative in Eugene.
Mr. W. T. Peet has been running the
Beuton County Bank, at Corvallis this week
Messrs. J. W. Bristow and J. M. Shelly,
Portland drummers, were in town Wednes
Horac McClure was horn this week from
Portland attending Commencement exer
Mr E. K. Wheeler and wife leave for their
new horn in Falouse City, W. T., next
Mr. 8. Mnnra. of Bonneville, ha been
visiting relutivos aud friends in thia city the
Judge Washburn was quite ill a coup! ot
days this week, but w arc pleased to state
is better now.
Mr. Robt. J. Hendricks, of the Salem
Statesman, is visiting in the East. His wife
Miss Emily Bristol, who is teaching in a
bninea college at Portland, is here this week
Reuents Matthew P. Deady and L. L.
McArthur cauiu up to attend the University
Hon. 8. G. Thompson was in town Sun-
lay. Ha is now engaged in the mercantile
busines at Monroe.
Miss Ada Esea, of Marion county, h'if
been spending the week with Mr. aud Mrs.
Dr. 8. Hamilton, of Roseburg, a Regents
of the State University, bus been spending
tbe week In fcugene.
Mrs. Emma Ostium is at tb home of her
father, Mr David Coleman suffering consid
erably from 111 health.
Messrs. E. P. Mc Cornark and D. W.
Wallace, of Salem, attended the commence
ment exercises Thursday.
Dr. Jones has been invited by friends In
Canada to spend a season ia Europe which
he may accept this Full.
Mr. Harvey W. Scott, editor of the Toit-
land Oregonian, spent last Wednesday after
noon and night in our city.
Mr. W. Snenoer, soliciting scent for au
I. O. O. F. insurance oompany was working
Eugeue the first of the week.
F.. M. Brattain o.' Lake county, a former
traduate of the University was here attend
ing commencement exeroiscs,
Mrs J J. Murphy and daughter, Miss
Liziie Church, of Salem, attended the Com
mencement exercises here this week.
Mrs. Bishop, who ha been visiting with
Mr. and Mr. 8. M Titus returned to tor
borne in California Thursday evening.
Mr. Robert 0. Johnson, of the Portland
News, bas been representing that journal at
the Commencement exercises this week.
Hon. E. P. Coleman and family leave this
morning for a six weeks visit to Crook coun
ty, where Mr. Coleman baa a band of oattl.
Mis Ella Babin. the newly elected Pro
fessor in tbe University, waa in attendance
on the commencement exercises this week.
Misses Mary Potter and Mary Whitney,
now teaohing school on the lower Bluslawi
are at home attending the University exer
cises. Mrs. Laura Klncald. who has been attend-
Inir the New Enuland Conservatory nf Musio
In Boston for a couple of years, I expected
Prof. R. n Thornton, President of ths
Stats University Law Depart mend at Port
land, ba been here tbia week attending tne
Dr and Owen Osburn, ot Brownsville.aml
Mr. W. F. Osburn, of Portland, wr in
Eugene latt Wednesday attending tbe funeral
ot their brother, Mr. Grant Osburn.
Prof. Strsub and family left last Thursday
for their old bom in Pennsylvania. Prof.
Stranb will spend several weeks there, wbilo
his family intends visiting for a year.
Attorney L. Bilven. of this city, and Mr.
Alex Cooley, of Cot'sge Grove, returned
from a visit to Prineville last Tuesday even
ing. They report heavy rain in Crook
Hon. A. Bush of Salem, Chairman of the)
State Democratic Committee, was in Eugene
Thursday attending a meeting of tha Board
of Regent of tbe State University ot whiob
be ia a member.
Dud Thompson, an old resident, and for
merly proprietor ot thi newspaper, wa in
Lugene severs' days this week visiting old
friends and acquaintances. Mr Thompson
1 at present a resident of Ft. Bidwell, CsL
Dr. Geary and wife and Miss Ella Gore,
of Mtdford, were in attendance opon thn
exercise at tb University tbi week. W
understand tbat tbe Doctor will remove to
Brattle, W, T., in tha near future, for th
practice of his profession.
Maibied. At the residence of John Cogs
well, on the Mckenzie river, June 21, 18UI,
by Rev. C. M. Hill. Mr. N. R. Frazer o
Pendleton, and Miss Idaho Cogswell of l-ant
county. The conpl lert for reoaietoo
Thursday morning, wner iney win perma
nently reside. Mr Frazer was formerly a
student in the University here.
A Fnci IirvEsniEirr.-Mr. NorrU Humph,
rey of thi city offer 120 acre of fin farm
ing land for sale, just south of Eugene. 11
ie en excellent batata at the price asked,
and we are confident that the investment
would double itself in a tew year.
Fwa Btoci Rold. Mr. J. R. Seller at
bis auction aale on Pleasant Hill last Satur
day, sold fine stock amounting to tbe sum of
$2,650. Eastern Oiton partis purchase 1
the bulk of it. Fair price were paid.