Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1889)
clpV AND COUNTY.
April tit. UN,
I,,,. ( ,,-. II elm-'- faetory will "tart np
' WPk' .1..
,ups in M"rss is luiilduig " ueul out-
,.. near lb school hnn-.
Mikei fcrin "'I'1 by Close ,V Co this
to a wide awi.k. Gillforuinn.
Frniik Pn nnei", (rf Kama-, ha lurntcd in
swell, and "l'"1 " ,l""'"b"l1'
t. Yutnoii & Co. V PWfWtai lo build
, Matter and cheese luoiory at Cloverdulc.
Cr,..ll i" bOWitolji Cir.ntra nt work
' depot building, nml a uice one it
"ll,bp- , ll i
latin s ltcl'MU'ltf Iih added nunc rooms to
l, hotel building- A ,,riiml
w be iu iu older
i nflbiio bU WOB lo be Balll, two stories
high! tbe I. 0. 0. F. ball iiIh.v. This is
uU,l we Bdi
Win. Lower, nnr enterprising blacksmith,
(,,, he.n forced to build n addition to bin
,l,, ,i mciiiiiiiKMlrttf bin customer.
Qarnew nnioa oboreh building will soou
lie under wy mid will le mi ornament to
i n swell. BkU M out 'or ,ue coutract.
U HtndtWf 4 W Lower will open up
Boo)' BU wilb Hue Block of agricultural
implements, wagons, etc., iu a Ii w dny.
Everybody in anxiously waiting for the
.veiling of April 3ltb, wbeu a dime social
h to I giv.n !' 'be ladies for tbe benefit of
the Ml cliurcb fuud. A flue literary pro
gram sill be given.
A. Johnson und funiily arrived two weeks
ago mid have taken possession of their home
.-formerly the Knox place. Tin y bT
started a tine dairy and placed the name in
charge of Joe Oillman Mr. Johnson being
lh, Sun .lone sg.nt of tbe S. P. E R., wan
( i , I lo return, but atiotber spring be will
he a pcruiiueut resident here. Mi- J. and
hei leeompliibtd daughter remniu here till
39 .17-100 incbea of raiu from April 2d.
I,, April 20, Ittftj according lo stnudard
mm gnage; 2GU days thai sun shun. Menu
leiup, rature for year, ."1.7. No. days snow
"; intsl depth 't inches. Greatest
latiuimu iu 24 bourn, 12 degrees; warmest
ilny, (7 coldest. 27 above zeio. Who says
w." bare DOt as flue climate as any on the
Pci fie coast. Tbe figures are from M 0
Close. ke pi r of the l H. signal station nt
April 23, 1889,
Lini Ward has a ut w fence.
Mr I, t'. Simpson is visiting old friends
Tlie gtlDgt picnic will be held the second
Saturday iu May.
Mr (too Ozuii nt iiiiule a bnaiuess trip to
Dtuiu one day last week.
Some of our boj B can't And any olher live
k si, tlu v arc brnuding girls.
Tic Irving troupe will perform hero in
May. All must attend for it is good.
The girls had a flue lime Sunday, but
Muguie and Ida must have leu excited.
Mr. mid Mrs. Baldwin h ive been lo look
st their new home recently purchased iu
Major Cheney bus dosed bis writing
school nt tbe Umro school bouse, and Miss
Nellie Suyder received the silver cup, she
Luviog made tbe greatest improvement.
The Curtwright Sunday School has been
organized and is doing good work. They
have Dew soug books, n new orguu und two
violius and will also udd n buss viol. Surely
(he music will be good if nothing else.
iPnlmrtfli 1 1 fin-.
April, 18, 1889.
Mr. It. Deadmond and family are visiting
relatives here this week.
We understand Mr. Hudson Fountain in
tends returning home soon.
Mr. M Peterson and sister, of California,
are visiting their biothers at this place.
Mrs. Mollie Pepiot, who has been very
sick for some lime, is now able to lie about.
Mr. John Fountain, who bus been visiting
his sister on the Siuslaw, has returned home.
The school at this place is progressing
nicely under the able nmnugeuient of Mr.
Mr. C.Cole and wife, of Mohawk, were
visiting ut the reaideucH of Mr. Huirill one
dav last week.
I'. Q. R.
The county DOOf farm will be sold nt nub-
lic auction to the hiubest bidder. Thursduv.
May nth, ut 2 p. ni . at tbe Court House
It cousisls ol 180 acres. IW luilea from the
I ouii House, and is excellent bind. There
l a good house nud bum ou the premises,
ou acres In grain, and is well feuced. It will
lie sold without reservation, and some oue i
liable to secure u bargain.
The tiim of Mnsburp. Harris A- Co. has
Ml d iy changed to Mosburg & Harris, J.
leinioy, luu IKW llllU Ol IMOO-
- o fnsiiiii, a an luiiooieouoKo nuu
ollects all outstanding accounts doe tbe
nn i.i i ... i... .... Tr i. c 'Pi v.:
ue publie for past putrouage and trusting a
oiitiiiimnce of the sume iu the future.
We ore respectfully,
Mosbubo & Harris.
MOW!, April 17, U89.
Kick at the 0. R. & N.
Editok St.vtks.man Can you inform me
"J it is the O. R. & N. Co , in Portland,
eld Salem freight leu to twelve dav before
oi(j innvurd to de.tuintlouy .or will
ev nnM .... .1. .
. up uu uruer 10 lue CApiess cuuj-
'Kat. It KenijK ha iheir iiclioua ihey are
,.iK a citiiuiiuu ll is iiirouuu
"ving and forcing what little vallev trade
rj' w hid via laijuiua, or is 11 10
isctiminnte iu favor of Portland by try ing t
eel tt. .1. 1 . . , c, t, .
vi 1. ... 1 wiin nun rruuciaco.
'eui , April 1C, 1889.
namn Stati Laws. Monday morning
"i me .nai" PI lining omce IMBED
f'eeutL bianwUI ...ln.i ,.( ska , ,
.n l tiril I li III.. iii IJ in lilt.
lUle Ue aws o( Ms!l T ie work
I UUite Vlillimtiimitt hut il ia Mnu.li.il
' hook Will Ik, 111 I !,., ,l, ........ I ., ll..
. ... I 1 ,
Tasix Bilow. Lane coumy sent to re-1
" to the penileutiary Tueiday. Spud '
nrPby two yr.rs for bun lurv. and Thos.
rur ior larceny.
l K-Hn ul. t I .. .
" in.- n.iuie.i 1 1 n i s in M-t. .i.i ii(e
mi. i, ul ,ruui scinaii iiurinif tne MM
" n.anehe Iteming. bwawHI iMamiac.
,1, ??? Krnl'i 0i k. Ma.'gi Umb,
!'" HeitK-rt, Hawes Yates. Ole Hayaer,
ia Urker and atari Parker. Mali Baktr,
I"' Herbert and H... Vi I,... .I.o
" 'lie Honor Boll duriiw the put month.
Lumber for Sale.
--isrvouii MM luuiUrlor oale cheap
I. J. McCl ANAHAN.
Ik SL A lut Wilu ntw ho"" iD E"''
10 "addition. Apply to J B. Aleian-
2 Fot Sal --3"U bushel of oaU for
ot""p; apply t ,. reidence. Euirene.
New nonls at M. Levmgir'i.
Omb bad at Sladden Son1..
Italian string band dance thit Rat. eve
I he Slander, law mil, bare been HUM
All kinds of spectacles at M Levingers i
Hheet Mlic and uinsic Iwaks at M Lev in-
The front ou tbe CoUmo,, brick i, com.
con,h,bm 1"XUr"",",u'1 " ' PJil
this week' UMWJver,'wmeUin theUcABU
Wall paper at reduced pi be. st M. Levin
g, s Colliers store.
Screen doors and
Midgley , Parker s.
windows for sale at
See chaniit in sailing -lutes f the II p
WMNI another column.
The Hoey Bed LnaBft, tbe Ih-s loimee in
the market, manufsctared by H. D. llrown.
t'i ?u h" lh urafj for all
"IT " "'""raieu lan.il Punch Cinar
v'Mir Dm r,) ih i , 'r.,..
uu Kei me Deal prices.
The Oregon hose lama netted about $,.- t
tneir dunce Saturday evening.
Smoke the Happy Hours 10 cent white
labor cigar of Markua i Co.
Hot and cold baths every dav iu the week
at Jerry Horn's barber shop.
Wi are in the lead, never bthlwi Alwavs
get there. City Bakery and restaurant.
Dr. acott'a Electric Corsets i Eastern
prices. For sale only ut U. Bettin m'a
Preston wanta you to come and see bis
saddles and heavy team harness.
Many wild (e.-.e piusm,; northward this we. k
on the way to their northern lirecdim; place.
Before storing or selling your oats see A.
V Peters. Clean Chevalier" barley wanted.
Mackerel, Bloaters, Herring, Salmon,
rm Haddock and Cod fish at Sladden ft
Tbe Albauy street railway compunv lias
let tbe coutract for one mile of road for
Try our cream puffs, I'itv Bakery.
Oregon hams, .boulders and sides at Mad
den & Sou's.
RMBtmbw we deliver every thin; with our
own wagon, City Bakery.
Fisher A Watkins .hipped a cur load of
heei to Portland Wednesday.
F. C. Lake, marhle cutter and dealer iu
monuments, shop ou Eighth itrMt, Eugeue.
Henry dates has been appointed minimis,
trator of the estate of Catherine Loehuer,
The F.njt'tw, Ifi mnl i sImi ia f... or. i
n ......... , iwu j
cents is lb- licst. Mauutactiiied bv tbe
Eugeue Oigll Factory.
Carpets! Carpets! ! S. H. Friendly bus
just received a large anil varied nssoriinent.
He will suit you.
The river at Eugene is eighteen inches
above low w iter iu irk. At Salem it stands
live feet abort,
A leak iu the water uniin iu front of Mrs.
Witbrow 's caused the water to be shut off
for a short time Tuesday.
The friends of Thus Eaton at .luuctioii,
recently convicted of larceny, w ill endeavor
to secure a pardon for him.
Don't forget that Mosburg, H-inis - Co.
handle more flour, provisions, etc., than any
other grocery house in hugene.
T J Obether has purchased a one-sixth
interest iu the Oloconda mine at Cracker 1
creek. Baker City Democrat.
School Ixioks exebauged and furnished at '
introductory rates at tho University book I
store, next to l.une County Bank.
Ion can secure a few acres for a pleasant;
residence m Horn s addition at low price of
Mn i I u A- Hopkins.
Richard Thomas, the well known hotel
man of Oakland, Or , where he has ran the
depot hotel sinco 1H72, died last Sunday.
Domestic and foreign tissue paper and in
Rtructions for flower making, at the Uni
versity book store, next door to Lane County
All kinds of fancy, dress and dry goods
just received from the East, which must be
sold at once. Call at Bettniun's and exniu
iua. II. McColluin has been appointed ad
ininiBtrator of the estate of Smuiiel McCol- i
linn, deceased, by the county court of Lane
The fine Italian string band that furnished
music lust week on the streets, will give a
dance at Rhinehart's Parlors this, Saturday
evening. Admission, 75 cent per couple;
spectat ors, 25 cents.
Since our issue of lust week Drs. J P Gill.
J E Payton and W M Kuykendall have reg
istered as practicing physician, with the
Lumber and other materiel for the new
bell lower back of Ibo engine house, ia on
the ground and the work vill soon be
pushed to completion.
Goldsmith, tbe grocer, has just received
from the East one of the largest assignments
of lamps ever brought to Eugene. He will
sell them at prices that defy competition.
Midgley A Parker nt their factory on Sib
street, east ol tbe mill race, manufacture und
keep for sale, doors, windows, frnnns.
mouldings, etc Estimates furnished on ap
plication Mr. M. Wullis bought an elegant phaeton
this week from Frailer A Churchill's agency
of Staver A Walker. They also sold I mam
moth wagon having a carrying capacity of
Carpets of every style and grade al Friend
ly's. These carpels have just arrived and
nave been Well selected to meet the demands
of this markd. Call aud examine his varied
S. H Friendly keeps the largest nnd bet
...... ...n...nt nt ,.t. ill, Jill, Indies dress goods.
h.t- etc He is ..ntinnallv adding the i
n his slock. His
Itiirni mn v
prices are fixed to suit the time.
The best family remedy is nndVrnbtedlj
Pfunder'i Oiegon Blood Purifier. It may
be safely givm to the infant as well is to tbe
adult, and it will give relief where other
medicine fail to do so. Keep it in the house.
The ladies should call at J. D. Matlock's
store and examine Hi it beautiful and eare
fnllv selected stock of ladies dress goods.
Spring and Summer patterns of the latest
styles, and quality to suit tne nuyer.
The llterir) snd musical eulertaiumeut
given bv tbe W. C.T. Cat Rhiu.barts
theatre, 'Friday evening of last week, was
wiln-ssed by a huge audience. The music
and recitations weie excellent and the per
formers received generous applause.
The w ork of cementing the tsittorn of the
Water 1'o'srv.ervoir wa. completed I uedav
and the water t imed in About 40 Urrel. "f
Portland cement were uoed in the work.
ti..w. rn-oin i u ninerv iy m " '
th,nkful IMttM j'b i completed M
nnwer oliUir.e.l dirct from the pumping
ti' ,n i. very unsteady.
The Rosce A Lansing Mu.iiwl Comedy
troupe Ida's., 1 at ltbinehart . theatre Mon
day eveuin'k lo the largest audience aeen
there for a long time Extra .eat were
brought in. .till there was only standing
room The eompanv maintained their repu
t.tion by giving a langbahle md instructive
Articles of incorporation were filed Thurs
day of last week iu tbe office of the Secretary
of Stute for the Ilunke.1' Mutual Relief A,
sociat.ou of Oregon; John Ditcbbnrn. J. L
5X2 .' w H Msn.field. incorporator;
nnnci.,.1 Place of l.nsinei. Portland; no cap
ital .lock; source of revenue, fee, rjne.
" ne .1 Creswell. i gent for the
, .. (mil drver He can
rarSnTS 'asff gnbTS
"'", ,ht '"" 111 , Enough dne.1 fruit lo
orchsnll.t can ll euoogo It c.n t set
cily pay f. r i ''J kr hoam., .od i
up in ibe . e.11 sjad elm-
i'e P'""'- M ,r'" .l-.here.
J-'l!g Ml',f, bnllei 12' .c
Hem s sdditlou to Kugeuv
OvhjM and violin airing at M. Levinger'..
Monev to loan on f irm.. Kn,ulrs of J Drift
Art lusviislsst M. Litilgtr'a. at Portl iud
Extrscls in lieanlifnl dec.iuti r at HUddeii
Wan "lit .,f nidbts, .top at I'itv llesUiir.nt
New sto, k of Bibles and Sew Testaments
at M Levingi r's
J W Plaster will open a barber shop in
llnrnua I'lsr clippings for the pipe at the
Eugene Objpu r'sclory.
We have some dwellings for renl.
Unun - Bohdh,
For the Is st and cheapest spring Wds and
lounges go to 11. ll. ltrown's.
A flue line of silk plushes iu all shades
and grades at F. B. Dunn's.
rreh TMtttM and hsstem oyster twice
a week at City Ke.tanrai.L
He -I violin and guitar slriugs at M
Ask jrOOf grocer for Junction flour.
Finest hrands of cigars and tobacco al
Mosburg. Harris ,V Co's.
Call , it Mosburg, Harris A' Co's and gel
their prices on Grocerie.
Tie- W. H. Baler stock of goods at Junc
tion is being sold at auction.
F. verylbitiL; in the Orocerv line new and
fre.h at Konafg, Harris ft Co'i.
Tin ltw protecting Mongolian or .famines
phtOtMtl will cxpbe Nov. 21, ML
The lines! property on Ibo market is in
Harris addition Mil"- A Hoi-kixs.
The brightest and most brilliant music
at the Italian string bund dance this Sat. eve
The University booktore has put upa flue
sign. The letters are raised and are of
Rev. 0. 'I. Wallace, Connelly oC Cottage
Orovc and Eugene, is now located at Stock
ton, fill .
To listen to the mot popular dance tnnie
lo-nlsht, Sat , only 85e, harp, two viubn
PaJne ll tbj boon On plow and nil kin Is
of repair work. He is at Mi laon A- Scott'
'et Tuesday is the 100 tb nnnivemary of
the huragnntiOII of GhMnJt Washington as
Us,. Oregon Electric Relief for nil pain
Interna) or external, Ask your druggist Cot
Oregon Electric Relict. It will help you.
Three shows in Eugene ibis we, k. And
what is most surprising each was fust class
in its specialties.
We ire pl used to learn that Mr. J, 0,
Fenlon has n large nml lucrative law prac
tice at Spokane Fulls, W. T.
The "Oabatt" and "Tnira" cigars ut Bnrti
A Paine's. Try lie m; they lire tbe best in
the m irket for the money.
M ti McCiirty ha been appointed toll
gate keeper at the McKenzie Bridge and hu
gone to attend to his duly.
Lewis Poller has gorjf in partnership in
the BWlwnrilt business with his brother-in-law,
Flunk Bond, ut Irving.
Clothing, boots and shoes just airive.l
from New York, at 0, Bellman's. Will be
sold cheup for the next !10 days.
The Natbtn Hill farm on Mobuwk was
sold to a gentleman (ma W, T., by Frusier
& Churchill's agency this week.
Springfield real estate seems to have tnken
a boom this week, judging from the trans
fers noted in another 1 nun of the QtTAW,
Three Mich ignti gentlemen went to the
Lower Siuslaw country Thursday, for the
purpose of making investments in that sec
tion. Mrs, Hull is a dressmaker and milliner of
many years experience and guarantees sat
isfaction. Cull mid.ee her utxt door to
l.une's Operl House, 8th St.
The planing mills in Eugeue ure doing u
lively business. They complain that it is
hard work getting the necessary lumber to
keep their mills running.
G. N. Fmzi r shipped a cur load of heavy
castings for sloro fronts to Roseburg Tues
day He turns out as fine and complete
w,"k " m".v bt' "'''" 'where.
II 11 Selfridge, nt one time a resident of
Eugene, is bnilding a Iwo-story brick 4nxKII
feet, at OnkndMWi W. T Hois engaged in
the hut 1-vurc business at that place.
E. C Smith while traveling in tho country
the olher day was .i t upon by a large dog,
and hud one of his legs 'badly bitten before
the woman of Ihe house could get tbe
Kait Oregon Hiraldi TbeEugene Uuabd,
one of the lie.t purely local papers in the State,
has enh ru'. d, mi evidence that its county ap
tracll tH its worth Ud pays tor as well a.
Ladies, look out lor new stock of milli
nery goods nt Mrs. Hull Co s new store,
on Hth St, next door lo Lane's Opera
House. Goods direct from New York and
Very latest sly It s
The Giisim r Dav i. s combination pla) ed ui
Rhitiebart's theatre Tbuisday evening ton
well tilled bouse Tina company gave n
tirst-cluss entertainment mid justified the
titimenl rnodi by Mr. Bbioiborl that it
would satisfy the people.
Two it ii.l one-half car loads of freight were
received by A. Ooldimltb thia week. One
cur loud of fruit Jan, one cur loud of crock,
ery ami glassware, mi l one half car loud of
groceries. He bads the procession.
.1. D. Matlock bus ju-t received the lar
gest and mot complete line of clothing ever
brought to Eugene I..-I, as to tpiality and
ipiantitv. New styles and new gisels giving
tbe barer every opportunity to omIm a suita
ble and satisfactory .election.
Brownsville Express, April 1Mb: W, B
Saturday returned Irom the
Mch nie river mining
section, n ork is
'n s-ing "ii Ho' r.iiima mine, inn uiniii i
being well advanced and prospects favorable
for paying returns.
For nearly half u century Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral has been tbe most popular cough
remedy in the world. This constantly inert-using
demand for this remedv proves it
to be the very liest specific for colds, cough
and nil diseases of Ihe throat and lungs.
The pastor of the Baptist church will
preach next Sunday morning on "Remem
bering tbe past;" Commemorative of the
Washington Centennial No preaehing in
lh.-evening the congregation uniting in Ihe
temperance muss meeting at Ihe M. E.
Lukeview, Or . Examiner: There is con
si.l i ibte -p. cul.dion us to who will b- the
new Lukewie postmaster We have under
stood that Mr. Jam.s Evani h been
recommended by tbe Oregon delegation for
ibe portion, while other name have been
mentioned for tb" place.
For the delicate and aged and ill in wbom
the vital current i impoverished and slug
glisb. Aver s Saraapsrilla is the very best
tonic. It restores the wasted tisanes, nd
imparts lo the system surprising elasticity
and vigor. Price , Worth U I bottle.
Mr . Bulkier, of Ibe firm of Bulkley A
lieald, of the towu of Hudson on the railroad
near Drain, was iu town Saturday. That
firm has a large saw mill at that point and
are prepared to furnish first cls lumber in
car load lots. Mr W B Andrews i tbeir
agent in Entene. Th-ir advertisement ap
pear in another column
Hoiu k Pain-- have not got the largest
enn store on the Pacific Coast by long
. . . . ...ii i i .
way, out mey n ve a mu sou compinc
stock, double that ot any other house in the
Wi Unn He V IMH MM ol rornano, wuicn
th.y ire filing ind will eonlinue lo .ell
through the sea.,., of lower than my
other bou. on Ihe Pacific Cosst There t
nn hnmcomhe ab-t tni Th proif ..f tb-
pu Idine is iu chewing the -iriug. Get Ihe
Very beat pric. Then give them call
Geo. B. Dorria Ml in Bella Tuesday.
E. J. McClinahan ntnmed Iron Portlai, I
Hon Robl. Clow, of JoMtion, was in town
Judge McFilddell of OoTVlUll WAS ill tOWB
H B ltnlledgc has lelii. ved lo Lexington
Mr. E. P. Thorn, of tb- Droll I' ll ., give
u j ple.want call lut Sat ir.Uy.
lb port from Salem ate thai Ssm'l Willi
row has improved considerably.
Prosecuting Attorney Hamilton return. d
10 bis In al Roseburg Monday.
Mrs. .Is. McDonald, of (iranl's 1V-. is
b, r- visiting relatives and friends.
Mis. Emma Bean bus r. turned from F.I-
11 usliu-g, W. T , aud i visiting iu Eugi
Dr. A. MiarplN WMt to Portland Friday
morning. While iu Portland In will consult
an architect iu regaid to plan, for n fine res
idence. Mr Al Hoiick. well known iu Jun ten
and Eugene i clerking iu u store at Mc
Minus i ile.
Mr and Mrs. J E. Holt artirod in Eu
gene from California Saturday. Ihey M
pect to puss the Smuui.r her. .
Mr. Jus. A. Catiipb. II. of Sun Fi iinisi
wa in town the flrst of tile Week. lie i
now piactising law in tbe police ami nth- r
court of California.
Mr. Prtd Custlcniau of Portland wus In nj
softnl day Ibis week canvassing tor a ssotk
deroted to tbe pionton ot Orifon. lie in. I
very good success.
Mis. Hymen has retsixned from rlitl to
Corvulli.. She was accompanied by lor
daughter. Mis Birbiira. who will sp, in! a
-boil tin ill Eugeue.
Judge Wusbbiirue has left the Ic-piial .it
Poillaii.1 and is now at the residence of In
parents nt Junction. His condition lias not
W T. Caiupl ell and Jas. Nolund sturlld
for I'epiot's, ou Ihe McKcnie river, Mon
das, to run aud survey a county road from
that poiut lo the Blue ltiver iiiin.s.
W. F. R. id returned from Dirtirilli, Oil.,
Friday morning. Ile w. nt there in r. sp,.ns,
to a telegram infoiining bun of the ilmigcr
oiis illness of his uioth. i . When he left she
Mrs. I'. O. Comlis, acisuiipanie I by Mrs.
Kinsey, tK,k her little OOJ to Portland Friday
lor medical advice. She returned Monday,
the physician consulted giving her but little
hope of all iillim uteVure.
A HortiealturaJ Bulletin.
The recently nppoiut. d Stute Board of
Horticulture, of which R. S. Wallace of
Salem, is treasurer and nieuiber fiom the 2d
district, bus issued Hulletiu No. I. Tbe
necessity for immediate action ill hultling
with the obnoxious petti that have already
secured so strong a hold in many of Hi.
orchards ol Oiegon, prompt tbe Stale Board
of Hortlooltore, created by the last legisla
ture, to issue its flrst act toward carrying 001
the object for which it has been crcaled. ll
is the ili sue of the tumid to do all they can
iu lOOOmplUhlng the result sought in the
enactment of the I iw creating 1 In in, and lo
this end they bespeak the co-operation 0)
every pel sou interested iu horticulture in
Oregon. The secretary desirea lo secure tin
ti.iiiio ..f eveiy truit glower iu Oregon, nttd
to this cud requests that every one to whom
this knowledge shall come, will send bun
his pOKtorticc address. Heals.) desires thai
all shall wnle to him freely relative to their
experience in coiuliatting these common
enemies of the orchurdi.t, for It is only liy
Interchange of ixperiinoi tht the best re
sults can be obtained. Tbe board will bWM
other bulletins at an early day.
Captured two Chinese Pkeauuts,
An Albany Exchange says: "I.. L. Bill .
of this city, bus shipped by We Is, Fargo A'
Company's express to hi. mother at ('"
lung two tine specimen of Chinese pheas
ants svhiob he bad captured near Mill, is
station. They were beautiful birds and in
their coop did not appear wild. They were
M0ghl w ilb a bird dog in a straight race.
'Wie birds, il is suid, will often not lly from
a dog but b ud an ordinary canine a fleet
chase. In this manner they can be caught.
Mrs Rihrj will endeavor to domMtidtl lb.'
two birds .hipped to her.
Letters for the following poi sons remiined
uncalled for al ihe postofllcc in Eugene Citv,
Dreg,, n, April M, 1H81):
John. nn, F D Uichaidson, Elvu
Kuapp, L W St.-nton, J
PrentiOO) Hurry Weiss, Eph 'i
A charge of one cent will lie made on each
letter given out.
Persons calling for the above will please
say advertised, giving date.
F. W Osiiuiin, P. M,
Worn. i n Mii.i. Talk. Tbe committee np
pointed to correspond with the stockholders
of ili.- Aablmd woolen mills performed Ibe
duty assigned it, and rcollvOq u reply thai
the ootnpani wonldool remove tnolr Bill
from Aihlano, theretore would not miki any
propoiition in rcgiird to a le nils The mat
ter is now being investigated as to the pro.
h ibll cost of a woolen mill w ith new ma
chinery complete, and ll is probable Hint a
mu ting will be called wlu u that ll deter
mined indoor ciiiz. ns tuko4 to take stock
nn. I own the mill, if one is built, lb, msclves,
Initeld of giving it lo some compunv. One
thing ll c rtuin; Eugene cannot nH'ord to
sle pin (lie matter of muuufactuies. Ein
ploytoenl must be provided (or idle b inds,
else the town will utrogiude.
T'hk Nsnnow Gdacik. C. N. Scolt, re
ceiver, Mr M.ickny of beotland, liqnidatOI
under their courts, and J. Mi lniiie, sup, nil
tendant of the On-gonjuu Hair ,w gnuge rail
way 1 1 in k in the VVTIbunettl vnlley, MUM up
on the Eugene local Wulnesduy. Tiny went
to Cubing the M.nie ufternoou, nml wen!
north on the narrow guuge road. It is not
known wh ,t disposition will be mad.- ol the
rood, hot it is stated as a eeilainty (but it
will be p a iii good tunning condition and
Hint sev.r, il extensions will lie made. To
make ll,.. roud protitulde it must have a con
in el ion with Ibo 8, P. on the .oath, and it
is most lik, Iy that Eugene will be the point
where Ibe eOBMOtioB is made.
Boaup or Tuam!. The businen men of
Junction are working to advance in,, in
ter. stsof thai town. Tin s have organic I
Ix.ard of trade with officer is follows. (' W
Washbui ne, President ; F W FoIv.un, Vice
President; I A Mills, Secretary; Jas Mlllioro,
Treasurer. They will eudesvor to induce
tbe O P oi S P railroad to build Ibe line
from Corvalli to Junction.
Tut. M D. Law. The but issue of Ibl
Gr.'AIH slated that the Wth of klay Was the
Punt ted for the regiatrj of physician nnd
druggists at lh- county clerk offl.-e. Since
then we have been informed that the lime
eipire. Monday, and throve failing to n gi-n r
hy ibst Ojre must pas uu i xsminaiiou before
a medical I, .,ur,l.
Hossi I: u r. A uial.-h rao ha hern made
hottOWM It S l.ytlle' sorrel hrs and Ohu
HsKlley's mare, liimne k llelle, three . i.i t
of a mile, f.sr the sum of "SS) a side. The
time ot the rote has n,it iK-eii definitely W
yet, I ut will occur not later than tbe "lh of
June, omewhere in Ijine I nty. The horses
or fast ones and will be roi f'sr "bbxl."
Foa aj i Tiai . A few choice young
bulli from imported II c for i and Poll
Angus hulls and high -t -1-Shorthorn an t
Devon cows. M i It A. Wiliins,
IV.xpno. We are informed that fourteen
ol the i.dg. s iu the B.ue iiiver mining di
trict have laren hondej lo California parties.
Nut Barailig hut Pfoepertiy."
The versatile editor of Ibe Drain Edio
was iu Lane county s.-s.ral diss ago, aud
thus write iu In paper of the thice princi
We were ill Ihe Williiu. lie sall. y list
week, aud while there ia no wild "boom"
tin re is everywhere visible pioiuim nt sins
p great ptooperuy, Ktw people with oapt
tul, eulerpiise and puab are seeking that
magniticeut valley iu which to build up new
homes, and lulroduce new nyslem of indus
try that will cause that fair Oiegon land lo
blossom as the rose. At Junction l ily we
met brother McColluin of the Pilot, happy
iu the splendid prosperity of bis puper
and ot thai beautiful city. The p.o
pie base caught tho railroad fever and
declare that tin y must have unothcl railroad
10 enable tht-ra to expand aud gather in a
I idle more fresh air. They know that Ihey
are sin round, d by many nub s of la auliful
valley laud thai has woiideiful chums for
ttie immigrant from the east.
Eng. lie Is n city of wide und expanding
elements of magnificent prog.es. BuhLling
and running ov.r with enterprise nud push,
she is reaching oul and wiib uing her terri
torial limits; she 'onk for low fields of W0
qtUOt nud pants for future glory and brilliant
achievements. And whv not ' BlltUtOd in
a splendid locality w ith a vast ixpanse of
rich (ertila valley bind, possessing voodorfnl
productive oapaoitlet- tins, combined with
hN sp, iidnl water pow, i, BOll with capiial
and tho proper spirit of cliteiprlsc, make
Fug. in. it , iiy of 1)0,000 Inbabitanui within
I tie iii It lcca.lc.
Partner sooth, sum. thing near 'JO miles
an I ,l in Lull,' counts - we llud ihe laalltl
lul and love y town of Collage Giose. Sit-
11 il, d 111 ll ipll till i.t section for the successful
holtlUng up of prOsperoni cits in (be near
future, if Ibe prop, r spirit id . nlerprise i
manifeeted by it citiens, it is au inviting
and pleasani locality for the Indoitrioui ind
pushing iiiiiuigrmit from Other climes. At
Collage Grove oue 0U In the distance gaze
upoii Ibe dllianl foot bills und Ihe grand
lowering mountain. Yd, that lovely town
with is busy, rushing people, is surrounded
by a w ide extent of many miles mid numer
ous acres of fertile valley Undo, that With
lll.ir mamlOQI productive cupucllles will
always remain Iribiilaiy lo the business in
terests o I the losvu. There ure also many
thousand ncres of BUMlloeOt limber lumla
near enough to lie lltlli..,l in the interest of
the place, ll also ha spl udid water powsN
which is now k ing us d in running I flour
nig mill, and should in the near (inure he
atuuett is the development and support ol
other otit. rpiises ami schemes to build up
ami forward that progressive town of 5011
people Many ni e new houses have I itely
beeu erected there, mid are rising m irks of
credit to the place, indicating in a solid and
substantial manner that the good people
there base g. ueroiisly embraced a spirit of
public enterprise which wdl stimulate a
wonderfully healthy ami permanent advance
all along the line in tbe near future.
The follow ing are the Praooodloil of the
county court after we went to press last week :
Stute of Oregon vs Wa Harrington, assault
with intent p. kill. Urandjury returned not
I ti n" lull and usked that the Mil he r, ferred
to the Douglas county grand jury; so ordered
by the Judge,
Oscar Funke, a native of Geiiuany, wus ad
mitted to citizenship.
All tin-jurors wore ordered dhehlisjld on
Monday, April L'. I, except ('. W'ldiner, who
was retained so a jury might be secured to
trv Ihe case ,,' dwell V Perkins, to recover
money, on May I, INK
& State ,,f I tragi ui vs Tho. Eaton; larceny.
Mm! by vaj an. i found guilty. BMmxUy ret
for tiling ui,,ti,,n for new trial. Withdrew Hel
lion for new trial. Sentenced to oue year III
I. .Iu.. .1. I '.oils oil v. Man- C llellvsll;
uit for divorce. Referred to E It Skipvvorlli.
Divorce granted in favor of the defendant.
Louisa Dylan. 1 vs Beni. Hylsud; to
correct deed. Cause luhliiltteil and court took
the same uh.ler adyiseiuent.
Alice!). Brandt v A. P. Brandt, ilivone;
Referred to I". ,1 Ifrntor Dleorei granted.
Wm M Ftak vs Mary 8 Kisk, Ml hw dl
rorea. Rofkerad toXB Skinvorth. Dirora
Hnvey, Humphrey A Oo riJ W Daugherty
and wife, motion for order on slieritt to make
deed. Order that present slu-rilf nuke deed.
A A Rlohardaoo va KM Dodson, Ion cto-ur..
,f mortgage. Default and derreu for J170,
bit-rest and !."Slatty fees.
II W Stnvart vs Ada F Stewart, suit for
lis. re. Divoice granted.
M. J V MeDaui. l vs W II Baberi appeal;
Tried he jury, Verdletdir pill (or NO,
ashlnirne .V Woodcoek and I,. Bilveu
(sSP Sladden, to recover money. Verdict
f.o n I llntlffl for tslkl.
II 0 Owel vs (' Perkins: to recover mo.
in v. Set for tiial, May L IKN'.I
till Cora Freeman vs F M Froemaoi mil
foi dlroroe, Betorred to E R Bklpwortb.
State of Orgon vs Chas E White; assault
with intent to kill. Pbn of not guilty.
Wsuult will) u dangerous weapon. Tried
by jury. Not guilty.
( '.out adjourned T hiirsilav, until T'luirsdity,
May '.', llpjb, at 10 A. M.
Special Train ami Rxennlon
To aeonmmodiito tboae wisbnc; lo visit
Portland to attend the Centennial clclir
lion, April 80tb, u spcciil train will be run
nn April 30lh, l aving Eugeue nt I o'elook
a. in., and Keeping lo BlnUtel ahead of
schedule tine oi overUod California train,
Kxcursion tickets will he on sale from April
10th to 80tb. These tickets Will be good lo
return until May i, IHK'J. These tickets will
not In-good on the north bound California
M i i.i n s Tumqui, i.Qapt, BlattdM of 0on
pany C., O N . G , of Eugene, has received
or.h is for the coiupauy to procO 'd to Port
land ou the morning of April KHh to take
purl in the Centennial celebration of Wash,
lugton's inauguration. Th company will
lake the I o'clock excursion tnln und will
arrive in Portland ut 1040, Troops in mu
form iimler coiuuiaudiug ollicois will be
ir.insporte.l to Purilniid and return for one
eenl per mil" for the round trip, and so
lias beCfl placed In the credit of the J ) I . I Ii g-
Imeol to pay the transportation ohargee,
Oomnaniel A, II, 0, E, F and I are included
in the order; D, G, 11 mi l K IT, excused on
uccoiinl of their distune from In i lipiurters.
I ... i Mi )s kii. Park Brandt was arrested at
.Inaction Cily and brought to Eng. to- last Sat
in. lay, i n the ehirgl "I assault pig Mis V W
FoIsmiu with a dangerous weaK,n. He wa
tekifl before Jnetio Henderson and waived
iiamlaation, Hi brsidi win teed nt i'M),
which were furnished and the defendant rs
leased, Messrs. W S I.ee, (' E Van Vraiikin
am I M li Willi ins. ipmlifj ing a hontjeww,
I'miuc r-'ii Exrr.Nsioi. Mr. C. W.
Washhurne was in Eugeue Thursday circu
filing a petition asking tin. Southern Pm-itta
It It. Co. to extend the wesl side road from
Civallis lo Junction. It received niiiueious
signature. The work of connecting the two
road would be compaiativelv easy, und
i would h, n. Ill the entile eouulry, more pur
. ii ulnrly tbe southern part.
BMHR8 L T. Murfiu has resigned the
position of Si reel commissioner lo which he
wus appointed h Muyoi Hove) , lie will lie
nl, -i nt from town this summer therefore
I eoald not attend to the dot ice ti the oihV
Ills slice-weir will be appointed at Ibe Uelt
eiliag ' f the Council.
His Fllsr Sraiox. N. It. Alley, Christian
Pre n h. r, wi I prsaeh hi flit sernmu In this
'. town in the Christian cban-l on VHh St., the
first Lord's day iu May, II a. ni All are m-
bllUlM Aii rrrr.li. - tdm. S. W. Cmlon
ha acc -pte t an invitation from Phil Sheridan
Post, IS. A. It., of Newport, to deliver ia ..ra
tion on Memorial Day
htlftltTf t D. Fenlon has romiuiti.il
n, itiiiuony, having Isseu married Wedu. s
i .y nl lust week lo Mis Mae Alexander, at
KenI Estate TntusfiTi.
D. A.Painolo Mary I' Potior, lot in
BheKoM additioii; con, $175.
M I I'nderwood et al to John II Harris,
land; con, fl.
Alex Cockerliuo lo Candace Belshasv, lot
Ellsworth addition, consideration, 7lK).
Geo M Miller lo Mary Chase, lol in Skin
ner's donation; cou, 1700,
D A Paine to Geo Hamlsaker, lot; con,
J 11 Harris to E W r'enton; one lot in
Packard's ad. lit ion; con, 941X1.
W .1 J Scolt to H tt' Kellogg, lot iu Scott's
addition; cou, ,.'
W ,1 J Scott to James Scott, one lot in
Scott's addition; con, f'ioO.
rOTTAUK OIIO VI.
I II Mi l'urlnnd In irs In 1 1 W Caldwell,
1 lots; con, III.
0 It P. ter.ou to O Hard, 2 lots; con, li,
Win Laird lo II R Clark, one lot; con,
0 C Bowman lo John I.IW, lol; con, 4I0
11 J Pcugru to L S Bowman, lol; con,
bla Bowman lo Lottie Bowman, lot; cou,
Hallnda Hodiea to ll U Cuddy, :i lots;
W 11 McCall to X G Pttmr, JlS.tiS acres;
J J Taylor to Jackson Fields, land: con,
Charles Main to J A Fucat... Il'. ij acres;
OC M 11 Co to A W Horn, 101 N acres;
Itobeit C Younger lo Win Yunduyu, one
sixteenth int. r. . i ;t'JII.7o acres; con. tlhO.
Sam'l Mi ll, e P. Ida A Si h, nek, B acres;
Absalom BwITO lo Thos Gossage, '.) acres;
Tbos Gossage to S E Mcllce, '.) acres; con,
Joe Stewart to Arthur Colviu, NO acres;
Win Buss. II to It Miss, il, laud: con, .
John Blew to Win Tempi, ton, in sole;
Jos Sternberg to Geo, Wm and Saini
rompleton, in acres; cou, ttrail,
X A W How lo 0 BOaMOrd, MM.M acres;
E B Lamb to J D Wilson, N0.'J7 acres;
Mlu rt Kosterman to John KoslertBU,
45.57 acres; con, 21100.
Isaac Yaiidyne lo J C lloodule und Win
Lee, ,B0 ncre; con, $210
11 M Kelley to Sarah McKcnie, I6s,;:8
acres; con, Jnl'.'tHl.
Nelson Jones to F M catch, 7:U'..93 acres;
I' S to Hlnnt Leo, Jr, HO acres, pntent.
B B. njuiiiin per SherilTto Nelson Jones,
7:lti.',);l ncrcs; con, J7J7.
Jus W Fowler to Arthur B Noble, H'.O.HH
acres; con, $500.
Httflneen m Work.
Ocboco ltcview, Apiil 20(b.
L ist Tuesday Col Fckelson. of Ibo One
gOQ Pact he, inired hero from Albany witb
ii full corns of engineers to take np work
at the end of the hue where they left otf u
your ago last January. II,, left on Wednea
lay with supplies to begin work ou tho liuc
The resuming of Ibo engineering work by
the I). P. Co iu these parts create ii hope
that at no distant dale the road will
be completed, through. And while it is
Quite evident that the load will Imt be
hnlll through this valley, it is sufficiently
near to furnish quicker and cheaper freights
to Ibis place and will be in such n locality as
lo b reached at all seasons of the year.
The advent of a railroad in this country
murk the Wgiuuing ot a season ot prosper
ity, which all must feel to be of advaip
luge, as it will give u direct coiuuiiinication
with Ihe outside world Isilh east aud west,
larnbvhUig a market for all of our surplus,
und ibeapei freight rules on all imports. He
"id. s this, when we once have railroad coin
rnoDleatloni our cheap hauls w ill attract the
attintion of home burners from abroad, and
in a short tioM niter its completion Ihey
will come iu from every direction. All wel
come the appearance ot activity on t lici line
Kitir tot Huh Inf.
From America's best breed: Wy
iimlottes, Plymouth Bocks, Light llriiti
iiius, Brown und White Leghorns, Partridge
Cochins, White Wynndoltes andtlbick Min
nreas. Winners of the highest honors nt
nil tb" largest exhibitions for the past eleven
Eggs:$:l per setting; two settings, $5.
Send slump for catalogue. Address,
J. M. G.SIIIUSON,
Forest Grove, Or.
Two Yiaus Dn I'MKno. The following
item from the Washington, I). 0., Star, will
interest many of Mr. Gil'ry'a frieuda In
Lani OOOOtyi "Reading Cleikflilfry, of tbe
senate has two liille girls Sallio mid Helen,
ight and six years old. There is exactly
two years difference in their Ige, both be
ing born on ibe sume day of the mouth.
They are ulwuya dressed alike, nnd are pret
ty h'ltle girl.'-'
Wnii'KAoK. Correspondence Roseburg
Herald: II Barrett, the mail carrier on the
lu nch last week between the I'mpipia und
SnisUw found on Ibo bench last week a
huge barrel of tallow mid neatly three huu
dred feet of heavy rope sii"ll as is used for a
buws. r. It bad Men washed ashore and
had evidently come from a wreck, but as we
have b.-aiU of no nun ine disasters lately we
ate not nble lo conjecture from whence they
Bioi'nilT IIosik. -Mrs Maggio Miller was
tnken seriously ill ut Alhiiuy Kuiulat. Her
mother Mrs Jos. duty, and Dr. Patterson
who has successfully treated her before,
went down and brought her to Eugene Tiles
day. Mr. Miller Wus sick with a fever nt
ihe lime and unable to accompany his wife,
but recovered siifllcienlly to come Thursday.
A Bai k The ine mu le last full between
John Cochran's sorrel horse sired hy Glen
Dudley, and Chas. Hadley's gray bora sired
l.y Connor, for (500 n side, one. ball mili.two
in three, will be run la-fore the lirst of June.
The lilac ha not been selected but will
probably bo iu Engeiio.
Bmofn-lO DoCOLAI Count v.--Tho pris
oner Iluiiiugloii, who was loiiliind ill the
Lone county jail, was tnkeu to Bos. burg by
Sheriff Age . f Douglas county Sunday.
The grand jili v di vclnped Ibe fact that Ihe
shooting uf Raw ling occurred ui Douglas.
Mistrial will take place in May.
Fakmihs' bull till. A Farmers Institute
will be held ut liostbnrg, May loib and
llih. M. Wilkin will talk ou tbe subject
of combing wool, sod Prof Condon on Ore.
gou soils. A luimle r of other speukers will
take part und and nn Int. resting piogrumme
has been arianged.
Ai orjiTTKli The case ol the State vs
(his. While for lusaultiog nd striking John
Cruil ou Ibe boa 1 with a Winchester rifle,
a couple of months sine, in Middle Fork
precinct, wns und the first of the Week, las
lore a jury, restiltiug iu the acquittal ol the
TaVWHASCI MlflWI Tboie will b I
ma leiiiierauce ue eting Sunday evening un
der the auspleea of the U C, T. I'., It tbl
Methislist church. A'ldrsasM w ill Ik- delivered
hy Mr. E. Y- (wham, President of the local
uniou, Rem Q M. Hill, .1. W. Sneed and
. A M, Kinly.
Pokiumcc Will Cum. The Eugene
posiofflce will be cloeed Tuesday (rum 9
o'clock a m- to -I p. m , on uccount ol the
Washington Ceiili nuial cehhralion. If you
hive tusiuesi on ibsl day with that office
mk a note of thin.
Column of this Kutuximi Soch'ty.
E si via Dorbis, Editor.
Aitka Robiits, Asst. Editor.
April 27, '89.
Compositions duo next week,
Public rhetoiiculs to-duy Fridly.
Senior Mulkey returned this week.
Robt. Collier, '81, ii again in Eugene.
Only oue mure composition to write thia
Tho students met for n drill iu singing
Miles says he felt very much like a (Juuker
"Tuition is nosv duo." This is probably
the list time we'll quota this,
Wesley says if ho had hud only ono Friday
evening, he could have found a scut.
1 was uot accoiiutable for my actinus last
week, as I had lost my Muik (s) in life.
J. H. G.
Tho question chosen for two weeks hence
i: Resolved, "That Lougfellow was a
greater poet Ibau Byron."
Dr. J. Lee Kelly, of Moscow, Idaho, a for
mer student, intends visiiiiig his old friend
Coiiimeuci-ui. ut Veok.
Mr. Wnii.liv.itth, the aesthetic genius of tbe
LnnrOM Boeietjr, i aesthetically studying
Aesthetics this term.
Milea received a short note fiom Everett
Wednesday morning, in which ho told him
iv hut to do w ith his cuiie and umbrella.
One of the Literature class has discovered
that lo moke the short sound of Ibo letter O,
you pull Ihe cnituin strings ol tbe moulb.
Mr. I sivs he svishes the Livy class could
recite curlier; before nn.- o'clock, nuyhow, ns
Itkdrendnll luring to wait so long some
Nomination for officers for the ensuing
term, xyro especially interesting last meet
ing, on account of the various title applied
Thos Eiitaxian who nro teachiug near
tosvu spent Suturday nud Sunday here,
iu order that Ihey might attend the Lanrein
The "bear show '' on the campus Friday
afternoon, wns so attractive that lioth "Con
gress" and the r.utaxiiii society took a short
recess to enjoy it.
Next Tuesday, April 30th, lieing (be cen
tennial anniversary of lb Inauguration of
President Washington, the Faculty have
grunted a holiday. "Lots of fun in Oregon."
Wanted To know the metre of the poetry
printed in the Laitrean column. We nro
anxiously ass-ailing Ihn sequel. Later.
Somebody says it is blank verse and "par
The Senior class base chosen Mr. Frank
Millkey, of Portland, for their President,
Miss Ad i Sharpies, of Eugene, reader of Ibo
class poem; Miss Dorris, of Eugene, tho
class tree orator.
What nre the Laurcans going to do for
party factions iu their election this evening -Wo
suppose the contest will bo between
"Imdgnilos" and "imiihutlgcitca." .Success lo
the victorious ones.
i nut.- s number of 111 students attended
the entertainment given by the W. C. T. C
Inst Friday evening. The programme was
very interesting, cipeciully the closing tab
leau, "A sleeping beauty."
Prof. "I there uny nuthorily for sayiug
Student: "No, sir."
Prof: "Yes, thorn i. Web tor is author
its. Yon must keep up wilb the time."
Student: "I do not agree with tho gentle
man." At the last meeting of tho society, tho Eu
taxians listened to "Au Amateur's ltecitn
tion," by Emma Dorris, which was oidered
"printed in th column." Modealy and
hick of space forbid. Ah the society bad
other important business to attend to, the
donate was postponed.
The classes nro so arranged that a largo
number of the student recite at 8 o'clock,
ami tber.'hy most of the classes nre dismissed
at Pi. "lis much pleasant, r, this term, to
recites from M lo 0, than Inter. Our ssmpa
Ihy is with tin-' less fortunate ones who ure
obligod Iu i .t- Inter iu the day,
L. J. Davis, of Cuiou, having received the
highest uisrka.in Iheseuiorclnss.wusd.clired
Val.dictorniii by tbe Faculty nt their last
meeting. Ile bus lb congratulations of his
fellow class mutes and student, and we bone,
sincerely, that such u good beginning, is but
the promise of what bis life work w ill be.
Whit baa become ol tb Y. M. 0. C. A.,
and Y. W. C. C. A. There huvo beeu uo
meetings of late. It was thought best to
discontinue the joint meeting, hut there
suit ha certainly not beeu what tbe meni
ben expected. W. hope the meetings will
be revived, and that the young ladies will
attend ns svell us they did ut the begiuniog
of ibe year.
Why does not this University observe
Arbor Day? Would'nt it bu n good plan to
hnve "planting of the class tree" on Arbor
I lav Instead of Coinineliceinont week? The
S.-nlors expect to change the customary ex
ercises of Ibe class tree planting this year.
So it may be the Juniors, not to be "out
done," will consider the udvisability of
changing the day.
We feel our inability to apeak In proper
terms of the excellent eutertainment, given
by our Brother Laurean laat Saturday even
ing. Th first part of tho evening was de
voted ,o extract Irom speeches uf prominent
men. C J. Veaxio delivered the speech of
Jas, Otis, J. E. Bronaiigb, speech of Lord
Chatham, and F. S Duuu speech of Putrick
Bear, and Mr. W, A. McClure read au
essay on "The causes which lead to the
Declaration of Independence." I In so gen
tlemen apoke in a most pleasing uiauuer.
Musiu wa iutersucrccd through the exer
cises, Mr. Arthur Vcazie accompanying the
singer very ulcely. The second part of the
entertainment, ibe principal featuro of tho
evening, wus ii rcpicscututii ii of tbe adop
tion ol tbe Declaration of Independence, It
was most interesting, and the members, each
and all, acquitted themselves well. After
I ho "performance" we enjoyed n good old
fashion, ! "walk around," and everybody
bud a good time. But alas! How were the
lesson Monday ?
St. Mary's Eplacoiial cl'.iilcb elected oncers
Monday evening as pillows: Sr. Wirden. B.
-I Hawthorne; Jr. Warden. .1 A Straight;
Vestrymen, Win. Miller, Win. Bassett, Al
fred Kirk! ,ii I. John Davis and Ueo F Craw;
S. S Snpt, .1. A. Striht; Organist, Mry
Kiney. The olection ol officer by the guild
of the same church Monday afterui.in resulted
as follows: Pre, Mrs. II. E. Sladden: Vice
Pus., Mrs. Prentice; Sic, Phoebe Kinsey;
Treais) Mrs. Munra; Director Mr S Nel
son, Mrs. Ware, Mc. Alice O'Brien,
Mrs. Porter; Committee on Amusements, Mr.
Nelson, Mrs. Bhinehart, Mrs .1. A. Straight,
Mr. Craw, Mrs. Money: VUiting Coin., Mrs.
Titus, Mrs. Munra, .Sirs. Craw ami Mis
On next Tuesday moruing, April .Mb. at
'. o'clock, it htu been arranged that tbe
church bell all over tbe country shall ring
to celebrate the event of 100 year go, when
lh.. church bell throughout the thirteen
state rang out lo call Ibe people together to
pray for the success and prosperity of tho
eouulry uuder Uen Washington, that day
inaugurated Presid.ntof the L'nited State.
Ou thia glorious April day, 1881), Ihe bells in
ihe steeples of the cUurchei of lorty-lwo
states will peal for'h their rusty throil. A
coincident is in the fact thai one of these
st.ii. s is namid Wuahingtou.
Pi iu ii Si iioi,i. Visir. School Supennten
dent Stevenson is ingag.d visiting the public
schisd ,.f the county. II,. will be eniroged in
the work until about the first uf July. Dur
ing thtt time hs will l in his .irhce in Eugene
8. D. Holt. ' me ihe dryer.
.-e nt , - ,