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XmBLISIIEn WR TnE DIMRaTl.TllHi OP OEMOCRiTin PSWirLES, 1NP Til KIM i. nQSEITLUIJIB BT THE OP OI K BSOW
KUGKNK, OU., SATURDAY, .JUNK :u
WEEKU EUGENE 6UAR3.
.i.t slda "I VUlUuu'tte
Uertising rates mo
i t,.lu-w le" to OCAKP
S, LUC KEY
Jocks. Watches, Cha'ps. Jewelry, Etc
KPAIIUNI' PROMPTLY DONE
tT III Work Warranted.-!
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
,u..iclai and ourueon
23, C. LAICB.
IAHITE AKO MARBLE WORKS.
. .. ..i 1 IT... mtiA
Lmrtilc MsrUe sod Urautte, Monun.ri.ti.
H, l-tM. " Cemetery work of
,11 kinds for IKStC.
, wo UK GUARANTEED !
fim-itf -lr.i t, near resiuni.
.. A1 L'no.mn Ill"
I C. WOODUUUA,
'.mil block south of Chrisinan's
N. E, Maiikluv.
Insoy & Markley,
A-im-rcl-l '! 1'robnlc BusiiH-s a cr-
J -tin iTiriM.... Block.
CBCU. WATION, N. E. MARKLEY
Liuiiio. - - -'
all tll8 3)ift4 Of till
i Vnl ton Hock.
B. D. PAINE. F
W, OS BURN.
m Loan and Savings
L'Toits- h A. I'atiH. J. B. Harris, J. K
i t i. i . i nine . '
r.otn:iM)!i, K. W. Unburn.
ill Dj Casual.
: : : $50,000.
Clura! B nlii
Iijriii '.:.. vcl on time deposits.
(4 ctloi,- :iirii-Uil to otir cp.ro will receive
Fuji I U. ;;!!,. II
I.( , lit.: lu-as. S. B.Eakin,
I n sidrnt. 'ashlei
? E. SxuiiiiKAM, Annista.it Cashier.
i Sabal Saul
I d up UshCapltl 50,000
;fplus and Pronts, $50,000
'igene - - Oregon.
.AffU-rs; h.Mikitg broiinem iln on rcM'.u-
t-rn.n. Siht drafU on NEW YoKK,
J M'AUn, SAN KHANCI3CO and TOUT-
l-Uli of eirlmnKe s M on (oreltjn countri.
1 iu r. ,-eivBd subinct to check or oertih
tt Xr,i ....
. ..r.. hi,
f 'it .tutU m,
line County Bank.
I K.ubllibe4 In 1H8J.)
general Banking business
lf, !l branches transacted on
A. (i. HOVKY, I'rwl.lent.
J- M. AltltAMS. (Wiier.
KtJVKY' J., A.t( a-Iir.
ItHK.) A II Kmk hrrlvtil iie iduv.
Frank White went ti t'otlage (irovu
A I, Hnin-y f (ioHlieii Wm in tnv.li
Mi .S.illie Mt went loCrtawell on
lit' :i'4 looiil.
II:ny (.'raw of AlliHliy in Id the city
f.ir a ftw diiys. i
i i.. . t. ...... . . . 1
JHTiiiuuoiUrnillli returned to
Ort-u in C ity jerttertlay.
I I TallniHIl, of Meadow, van doing '
htiMiie.H In Kueiie today. j
K II I if er made hU unual SundHy
vinil to Kiiyetie jfHerday.
Mr J H Cioodiimn U faying lit r con
A J, a vlnit at Independence.
Mrs US Ik-ail and children came up
f oin f-'uleiu today for iliort visit.
II N Cockerlii p u u a mwunirup t,,r
Cottage lirove on the Uoneburi local.
Or V II Cliapmati was a passenger to
' tiIhikI nn this luorulnn's total.
.Mrs Fletcher Linn returiitd home to
ortlniid on tuday'k Jtoet uig local.
I'rof J II WethtfrtteM uniil I,. Port
land this morning, and from there will
Mrs J II (loiHliuan returned toiluv
from a visit with her ton A J at Inde-
Mies Lillie Hiker and Alma Hirs-
cl:el went to their homes at Trotitdule
W (' Smith who has been visiting
li h-iids here returned to his Turner
Mivs Laura Hiatlie whs a paHsenucr
home to Oregon City on yesterday's
Hon V 8 McFadden. tf Corvallin.
will deliver the Fourth of July at the
Mrs Itollver Cogswell and children
returned to their home at Harrisburg
on the morning local.
Mrs Wesley Shannon was a i ariival
on the afternoon train from a montU's
isit in Marlon county.
MrsE V Sanderson and daughter
.eiit to Turner today to attend the
CliriMiun church couveulio:).
Fa' her Daly went to Cottage drove
ou the afternoon local to look after tl.e
intercuts of his church at ti at (dace.
Mrs Emma Wilson and son, who
have beet! guests at the homo of M S
Barker for a week returned home to
John Hrowp, who lives about two
miles north of Eugene, saw a larte
cougar In his In p yard last Thursday
SUIIauiia went to Portland this
morning and from there will work iu
Washington ut.u atnhiil county for
an Eastern 11 in.
Miss Louise South wick, of Salem,
lor a week the guest of Mr and Mrs
Edgar Farrington returned to ner
Mrs Uose Uollack and children, who
i.ufa i.uun vlltlni7 at the home of A
1 ' v ' v 1 ' D
Gtddsmith. returued to their home at
Oregon City yesterday.
The Native Sonsof Oreeou have been
organi. l in I'ortlad with B B Beek
man as prti.lcnt, Judge Geo II Bur
nett vice pres dent aud J l L.e", sec
Joe Sin iev r. atone time a rtsldert
of Eugene, Is in Dakota and ho recently
allemnted to loin a O AIK I'oit in lliat
state but mcruliera of J W Geary Post
wrote and exoosed him.
Mrs O C Green, Mrs L Burdick and
MivaM E Arnold hava arrived here
from New Auburn, Minu.,in d are vis
iting at the home ol V M Green. The
two fumier will probably locate iu r.u.
Mrs H EAnkenyaud daughter, Miss
Nannie, will go to Salem tomorrow
where they will visit for a week or
mre, then goto their home) at the
Sterling mines to spend the most of
va Snott who Is in the Benton
nn.ini v Ull. has hardly eaten anything
t,vr...,, 4 , ... .,
for two weeks, and Is aaiu to oe action
strangely. Ah-JUt Ids only remark Is
..t.... ..ii ...,). i it iii tnouiriii ne is
1 in nil H"4 t
rt. Cl,.mnl in. a bicvele with two
.. -i one alone the side of the other,
fodav. bv its
...ryniRtlveand attracted aonie at
teiition, oeing the first of its kind ex
hibited Iu the city.
Cottago Grove Leaden Mrs JI!
Hayes, of Harrisburg, was here during
.u. looking for a location upon
w hleh to build a large brick hotel. Phe
n .i.,'led with the oulloia anu
iii m.n.nieiice work on the building.
which willbe located near the depot,
soon if thedrtl Iscousuinatetl.
lo iir im: Wnen you auk an
editor to suppress n Hem of o.V
bemuse itd.a not pWat you; then r
tn,m hisnur Ueauyoo n'
tAiu, -r tuicbar w to I'
.. i - twu. It aaviDtt tue
nach. ThKlJu much fair.
the othr. NA M li
editor's ,t.H k 111 trade. Soar, pl.kel.
j.r.M-e.'s and bologna ai.d ilk kw rust
MORE HOT SHOT. ,
(ll:!Hll;lli SlmulJ Hi' IliVoti;
A Full itoaiil Keiii.-lnl
Tlie Salem Daily Journal, a former
supporter of Dr Chapman, yi-t. :d ty
" l'he champions ol President Chap
man of the State I'nlveriiy wt-re lia
ty in trying to retain that n ir.lemau
and all his friends on the f tenliv u I Ii
out the preseliet of llmeof tl er-netiK
one-third ol the t-Dtire hoard U-ing a'i
seut. If Chnpmau is a man ot mu Ii
tralKeendent genius why Hot Mil'ii.it
his case to the ciniilerntii ii of the full
lioard'.' If he has j:ot to keep his place
by sliHrp practice lie is not lit for it.
The party spite work of prt f. rnnn
charges against three of the profesMirs
lor drunkenness and iio-ubordliiation
ought to compel an overhaii:inj; of
Chapmau and the eiitiro iiistitutioii.
It is slmcking that such charjc can be
brought against tluu-c employed by the
state us cdiiratois iu moral!, and man
ners lorthvyouiig men ami women of
our state. It has lorn' been eviileiit !o
the close observer t ml tho whole in-.ii .
tutii.u was being ilrxeed do All ly
dirty politics ami small int-n. Chap
man is not a bit; man himself and
seems to Ikivm systematically stir
rouuded himself with plaers after tl.e
elder 1! .otli, plsyeis of sili'h estal.li-lie.l
mediiM'rity that by no cliaie e Aould
they ever outshine 'lispiuan.
A Hag laisihg, picnic and piieia
good time w ill be t;iveu at the Slutlord
school Iioiim', ou the Mohawk, on Sat
urday, June 1M. The projvni Is us
lUo'clot k flan raising... Py old soldlcls.
Pr 'inlalion of l he Han on behalf of V
UC Hon J M Slielly
Acceptance of and salutation of the
Ihtg Teacher and pupils.
Music "Stiu Spangled Haunt r."
Address of welcome E J Yarucll.
Honoring the lhi Thr.e little boys.
Kecitalion "At tin' He.". 1 1 of the
Line." Mis Lena Hoot.
Bit itatioii- "The Slicping St iiliiu l."
Duett "Freedom's Flag.''
Mi-s.Myra Brow n, MrsJ S Higiilns
Miss Pearl Million!.
B 'citation "The Last Charge a'
(ieltvslnirg Mis Cailie Bout
Flag Drill T.velve little giil-
Music "lud, White mid Hltie.''
1:30 o'clock Music
rtddrcss Hon E It McElroy
Btcitntlon "Fhigof the Hain Bow."
Solo- "Who'll S, velhe Left."
Miss Myra Brow n
Hecilatioii " I lie America . Flair."
Miss Myrt'e Stun't.
Uecita'.ion Selected..Mr Bay Del.ano
Itain Bow Drill Six little girls.
All are cordially invited. Bring a
well rilled basket and spend the day.
The New Sewer?.
The work of digiting the new South
Park and North Pearl street sewers Is
abiut completed and the contractors
will, iu a few day a lay their mains.
Tim workmen ou the South park
ewer, three in number, completed the
excavating across the cntiie block in
two and one-half davs. The North
Pearl street sewer is a beniTlt to a larga
number of citizens and is of a gren
deal of betielU.
The June term of the circuit court
of Lane couaty will ru convene
Wednesday. Juno S-'l, at II o'clock a
m,at which time those crises which
had not been passed on previously w ill
Im hrouirht tin. The juri-s will not be
brought back, all cues to coin'! before
them having been disposed of.
pal!; l.u.'d, June --'
Position Asskinkd -Dr C E Loomls
of this city, who recently received the
tin....,i ..niomUififier ol Ihe
I lonH nnie. tin av received
griirini .m..-. ...
orders to report at .Nfatve, astung-
llni.viar.tu to lift l a for that
IOII. . v . i w - -
nolnt Wednesday and will at once
einer upon his dnt es.
Heverul caves In tlie newly dug
gwer ditch on North Pearl lnt
caused by t'ie rair.
Saturday's Salora Htaleo an: rts.
Heolatlefl yesteidai ru.s-1 ina for fc'.'l
fa. vlxn h will ter th- service
,4 t E Iiuun, a lss.kkeer. Mr
HwltrrM ',lM 'b1 'Hrnest
ihof hiindredsof friends for future
Unli.ni Iiideoend. lit: Col II oft r Is
busy cleaning on' bisthna' for a big
' eflort at Colts ire (i-ove on the Fourth.
1 We irould advl- tl.e -.p e l.r t to get
I.. 1 t.u
Dear the p'ai " "i . "
comes ttha a t . f hi- -Ivech Mat
ing to i&) ct.- gvveruu.-i.i ot ftWm.
ill u ui v .uiiniai i ii ii ks ril
1 1 'I t I 'ft I Tl
ItUlK IIUISK ISl liNiO
Oae ot Hie Laud Harks if Hi- Uii
laiiiete Valh j -Huill iu '.M ,
At about II o'clock I; -' I i.T.t .n
alarm was (unit d In mid il.pi.t
iiii ut without llS of t IIIC s-; , , T :.,
' the western end of town, wl. ie :l t-
ky was rapidly taking on a u. I hue. j
Before they had ploceeded far h.wrft i
; it was use. rial lied that the Ore w emi- I
sinning Hie ohl house on tl.e 1 1 i nt..n j
i land claim of Prior Blair m
mi emit, rendering the !i--i-:i i of,
I the department of no avail, niol :!ic
i apparatus was returned to t ... ir
i speclive head.iuartets and ln-ti I
I l'he loss w as a compiete one, I,
! vi sti... nf the ..id huildiug r uiiiiuiiig
laid the chimney which rtiuaiiied
'standing tluring (lie night, crumbled
ainl fell In earth this morning. The
house w hs built in 'o and iu early days
was piobably the be-t know u house in
the valley. The upper story of tl.e
house was used us a dance hall then,
in. d it is said I l0c.ul.' have dam
on tl e lloor at once, winch was L'tixJil
fet t 1 i si.e.
The house has heeii occupied by a
f.ui'ily tiy the name of 'aiice, but they
had moved out that morning, Mr
Vance taking the belongings to his
ranch near Collage (trove and his wile
and daughter went on the early excur
sion train to Silem, iiilcm!inir to vt-l t
I'oilland Iwfoie returning, ll Is some
thing of a mystery how the building
caught lire the geiieial impression
being that (be family had left some
lire smoldering or that holms had oc
cupied the house during the evening.
The building was insured Iu the
Xorwich I'nion for S.VKI in the name
of Mrs James VcChtreu, Ihe owner,
ami the loss is estimated at about
$hH). TI.h building originally cost
Kl tiE.NK A WF.M.I MY CU V.
Assessment Itolls Show a Valuation of
Over One and One-Hull Million
C. unly Clerk Jim ing has for some
time luid one deputy busily employed
extending (lie lWi asses-mclit roll
and making the corrections ordeled by
tl.e county and state boards of equaliza
tion. The corrected total valuation of
all property in the city is Jl.oOl'.KPi),
and in school district No -I, H,''1I,6TJ
The Conductor's KxiTirsiou.
At 7 o'clock Sunday morning the
excursion train pulled out fiom Eu
gene with eight coaches, all well tilled,
and before reachim; Salem three more
were added, making a train loud of
eli veil couches, or about NK) pin
The day was apparently enjoinl ly
ail, the l.o.pltahle conductors furnish
ing a good program of amusements
during the day, und the state institu
tions were nil paced open for the in-
sped ou of visitors.
The tide through the valley icveals
the fact that the gruin crop of (hisyt i.r
w ill be a short one, the fall sow n rain
looking good, I ait the spring crops
proving to be sennty, which even the
last week's copious showers w ill not
Has His Hay. Col Alley in the
B iker City It' publican, his paper says:
W notice by tho Eugene (iPAKn that
we are to receive gome resolutions pass
ed by Geary Post in Eugene. They
are ut iu hand yet. But assuming
the report of the Gl'Altn Is correct, it
shows that Ihe Post had a personal
spite to air, w hen It selects two of the
trustees to condemn, when one of these
is now and always has been umtlter
ably opposed to having anything to do
with the c llslon of the soldiers at the
Home. These resolutions will ho laid
before the Department encampment,
and we hope the entire Post will be
there to defend every proposition the)
have laid down
Caps Ahkivku. The fatigue ciis
recently ordered by Chtuilcul engine
company have urrlved. They are very
neat and will prove aervlceable. being
ol navy blue cloth with leather beaks.
On the front, Inside of a silvnr wreath,
are Ihe initials "E C E." They were
ordered through the store of J l Mat
lock A Co,
Ei'iiKNK Man 1.nhi:i. A. Yer
ingtou returned Saturday night from
Portland, where he lias been in attend
anee Uwii the state board of pharmacy
of which he lias Is en a member for the
past two years. At this . .Inn he was
selected as president of the hoard. Mr
Yeriiiuton is a progressive uiuii In his
bus lnc,oim of th Us pharmacists iu
the state and th U.ard has chosen
wisely to p'.a.ss him a. its head. Tht
1,1'iKU '.Midori iUron(rra'ulall.r.H.
Aaorna Miw H4'ik BToaa.
AlUrl Plato, of Pal"a, ' , djsm
; ri.t4 lh. t.o'lli r .-ri it "iM'e
brick bhs k au.d il' "n iiwfiMti u
sPs k of general ler.T.aiidis". 1i is
1 mm of family s.nd has also reMi a
j dwelling.' Home of his g sids have al-
! i" am veu nere.
HIiiK Siaih Faik.-'II.o premium
'list fjr ihe Stab: fair, printed by the
slate printer, is iu.. The fair will
open i n Sept. .in and t o.se on (Jot. H.
Als.u' f Ji,(j(Ji iu cssli premiums are
o He red, Th.- Miliiiission will U- 5
oeiits, vllh lOceiiis lor gr.ind sisud,
x e t Ii r woineii. 1 arsons i rches tra
will furnish u.us.o.
'His 03'I,t:1 H.s U: !:!::$" SUcli
I Uriir tlnlnii stmiild hr Inti.
The Cor allis Times, c. uuiieiiting
on the si(tl.ition into w hieh the Matt
I'niversity has I., en bioiii. lit by the
i.icompeteiicy of Dr ( hapli.ali, sajs:
"Siia!'blis like that at Etlgeiiit over
the presidency of Hie state university
are to be regtcttt d. A man who h is
held the position for three years has,
in home unexplained whv incurnd the
dislike of Eugeii people, who are out
iu a popular anil veliciiielit objection
to his further ictfulioii in the place
its president. T in le is no use to stop
''' in'i'iiro w by or in w hni way this
storm of local oppo.'tion m us provoked
I' is enough to know that It Is there
and that, being there, the usefulness
of the ol . ctiohable Incumbent Is
wholly ilestiojcl. With a president
handicapped by lucid unpopularity,
the institution itself is crippled, for
dicipline can only U- maintained un
der the u io t f.tvoiable conditions, and
a school, lielile III ill-cliilnit1. Is Impo
tent ill all things. As to the f
Kugene, their opposition to the man
at the head of the state uiiivc rsBy is to
be considered. With the rest of the
state, and more than the rest of the
s ate, they are interested In the welfare
and development of Hie mil verssly .
"At the Ilrsi appi araiieu of the can-
c r, It is a fool ol a physician wTioilou t
instantly cut it ell'. The longer lbs
disease gis s uncut , the mole dilllcult
it must he of Micct sslul removal. Eu
gene people see a i uiiglis growth Invit
ing de.tli to tl.e stale univeisity and
are alarmeil, the rest of the eople
ought to be, for Eugene people are on
the scene and inu-t be aimed by relia
ble information. If they want a vac-
iMiatioii, they ought to have II, ami
I lie board of regents ought to provide
the Vitus, Dr Chnpmau may ho a
broad, strong educator, but it is clear
t int he has outlived his Usefulness us
the In ad ol the l of ().
STATE KNCAMPMKS I.
Cviiiiiide K. F. Clnipmiiii (iives a Ke
miiiio of Proceedings. Frank
Kelsner Elected Colli lllHlldcr.
Eugene, June 1M, IM'7.
Eiiitoii (it'Aiin: Our Sine En
c.iinpmt nl, G A B, convened at Itid
peinli i.ee on the Kith of the present
mouth, and concluded Its work oil the
hull. Many ol our comrades having
been mint. Io to attend, I thought il
would not be unbecoming to give a few
ilems ou the subject Eugene, by hard
work, en pt II red the coveted prize, the
I) partmci.t Commander, am! his
name is Fiaui IhT-ner, w hich I assure
you Is quite an honor to our city.
The soldiers homo question has heel.
udjustetl to the entire satisfaction of all
the old soldiers, and friends of tilt old
oldiers. We hud a nr.-nniotli gather
ing, consist ing of (ii.. i Army men,
sons ami tlaughtcrs or vsierans,
t:.e ladles of the grand army and last,
nut Hot least, thai baud of liohlu
worker, the ladies of the Belief Corps.
It, was a proud day Willi us to thli.k
we were the guests of honor, and so
cordially received by the mayor,
(Goodman! and tho nohle citizens of
the beautiful and live city of Inde
The ladles were all so good looking
that the encampment could not re
frain from adopting olio of their num
ber as a daughter of the Grand Army,
and presented her with a delegate's
had go. Hl.e Is a great worker in our
cause, and nn eloquent speuker. Her
father was an old s .1 lier, und wus shot
in tin) grand charge ut Missionary
Bidgo, Tenn We voted her a budge
suitable to the high honors she won
foi us. It will 1j presented to her at
our next encampment, that will con
vene In The Dalles next May. Her
name is Mrs Mamie Brlggs, of The
Having elected our several ofllcers,
we held a joint inlullatloil In the Odd
Fellows hall. Tho Mors installed Urn,
the Ladles Belief Corps next, am! the
OA K .lust. We were very budly
soi.ei-"d III the ha1!, but strange to
say no one objected to the squeeze.
We then had a love 'eui.', for half an
hour, xtmnliuf c.iKriiluliitloisH. The
etiesmi'iiieut roi.rlu'Wd its work at Id
o'iTo k uext SLusriiing, and nM up in
Dahr Iot fe.t 4 lis ailditoritiu
and ail vsottkeir vj rejoicing.
E F. Chapman,
I.ateC'. B, l ):h Iowa, V V 1.
F(( )i crop WtherCJlurfaii r-
port for Western Oregon June 21:
brief summary of conditions, as they at
) pvs. nt show, is: Fall and wlntir
J sow-i grain a g'M.d . n p; spring grain
' Improved, but jet sor. Vegetables,
Including otuti s, a g'sel crop; small
1 lerries fully an average; fruit of al
kinds, "ti the whole, a fair i.v rage;
I hy 'I'"'1
PI .M.Kit lil t MV
Celebrated lintr Hftictli
tuuiwi .r) .
At Hie home of Mr iiud Mis Nil- ii
Swaggart, at Aiheii.-t. I'miitiha C'liMi ,
iHciiiied last Wieliu family reunion,
the occasion heili thell ."o U tt wedding
annii rsn.y. It wa-such an nllair n
seldom takes place in this Westitn
country, so recently s.Ttitd. Mi
Swaggiirt Is N) years of age, aiol hi.
wllenii Itw.s in s',T ihey cro-nl
the plains from ihe l'it,lll.d setllrd
Ml the Willaiinlte Mtllty, let. inlle
atiove Fug. ne, ou the old singe road.
I'rtenly yntrs later, Ihey went to runt
(Ilia county ami look a lam h near
Weston. Miice that time tl.e piniiceis
have resitled t heie ailuost continuous
ly. Although four score years of ate,
MrSwiiggarl in a wiunh rfal liialiner
letiiiiis his strength and activity, and
it was by no means a sight common
In any country to see tin old m nil id
lliat age taking purl In the games of
his grand children, und going through
the figures und changes of the dance as
did the younger ones.
The reunion was held ou Thursday
and Friday, about 50 parsons silting
down tndiiiiier on Thursday. There
were all sorts of games and sports, and
the two. 'ays weio so much elijnytd
that the participants w ill not sis n
forget the occasion.
Of the children of Mr ami MrsSwi.g-
gart there were present: Mrs W F
Matlock und husband, of Pendleton;
Mrs Wither Keith and husband, ol
Pullman, Wa-h.; Mis Carl Wheeler
ami litisbiii.il, of Peiidlt tun; G W
Swaggarl anil w ife, 11 F Swiiggart and
wife, of lleppiur; Link Swagguit,
Milton Swaggiirt und wife, of Athena;
Lester Swiiggart and wife, who r. side
on Ihe old homo place iu Lane county.
Iu addition there weie a dozen g.and
children, and enough neighbors to
make nut tho ,.0, who gathelid ut
dim ' ou Thursday. Mrs Sam Jack
son, : (Teswell, was also present.
Friday, us the reunion parly broke
u,., all repaired to the cemetery near
by, w here are bin it il lour of the chil
dren of Mr and Mrs Swuggar'..
KW DKY (iOOIiS SIDItK-
The Firm of Hampton Urns. lll Open
For Business Aliotil August 1.
The lli-m of 1 lampion Bros, will
open their new store iu the building
formerly coupled by A. Goldsmith ou
or uU.ut August 1. '' lie memls'rsof the
firm are A I Hampton and John Hamp
ton, and they uro both well known to
the entire county, having lived here
from childhood. Mr Al Hampton has
heeii employed in the store of the late
K B Dunn und wlih F E Dunn tr d e
past seven years, and Is therefore in a
M.sitloii Io know the wants of Ihe
people and will rale to I hem.
Tho building they will occupy ha
been remodeled, u plate glass front pul
iu, etc., und will he one of the m al'sl
rooms In tl.e city. The firm will han
dle a complete, stock of dry goods,
holies goods, and gents furnishings.
Al Hampton will leave about the
llrst of the month fur Chicago and New
York to purchai'o tho goods for the
The linn Is composed of energetic
ami up-to-date young nu n who have
been successfel iu their business lite
and tho GUAHO wlshin Cieui snoot ss
in their new enttire.
The l.ml ( aliln Found.
Oakland Gazette: Two years ngo
James Brown wus at tho death bed ol
an old Indian woman, who lived on
the upH-r I'mpqua, and before her
death told Brown the following story:
Thirty years ago three Germans dis
covered a fabulous rich mint) In the
Bohemia district, and while they were
at work wero murdered by tho Lull,
an woman's husband. She told where
the bodies were hurled, described the
locality, und told where the picks,
shovels, etc., were hid It'll, and tli
erlbed a cliopH'd tree which stood near
the mouth of the mine. About three
weeks ago Brown Imparled this Infor
mation to Will Miroey, brother of
Marcey Brothers, of Oakland, and the
two men left for the mountains. '1 hey
returned a few days ugo, and report
having found the ruins of the cthlii,
the chopped tree, and the cuved in
mine, also what seems to be the grave
of the Germans. Ihey had l'o too.
with which to open cither the grave or
the mint!, but will outllt und return
in a few days when, It Is promised,
some Interesting facts will be do
Hryan at I.tdulion.
For the Information of tl.e l'"1'1' 1 j ttllli hl,KM t, K;lin... Aline combl
wish to announce that urrungemenis' (im VllWl. tu0
have been completed whereby the Hon ( (mily Wi)mM Mlu;ul,hve to
Win J Bryan will speak at Lebanon on j f(,,iiW w, ;lin(J a Ultor
Monday morning, July lllth, 1 rr,m j,,,,,, n,.ki.i u Iv. rsity to lenp
o'clock. Every cl!oit Is being ""'! ,,.,. hl, ,,, lltl, nillueme as the
by tho iH-opIo of Lei,;,,,,,,, Io hmku ,t w ( ( t (,f t h (, t -n , V(, , , y , lf 0rt.gon,
pleas ml und agreeable for th,i) ib-sir-i
iug tocoino and hear the great o;ati r I'ltoi.ii-f Full 1'. .-set ssor I) P
We have plenty of gisid camping ' Bui ton today hand, d a Gl'ARli repor
grounds which w ill be free toany one tor a bunc'.i i f Black Republican cher
desiring to Use iIkiii. I.el itliou ex rie containing 17 of tho chei ries. which
tends a tordial Pivilatioii loud. might Indicate that tills particular
M. A. MiLLKK. , varlo'i Is y .eldu g well ai least.
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UI.U'M t.V.S ItKl'l l AT10.N.
liriidii.tlcs I iid t Hun fur One, Tni)
and lit roe Years M ike Cliaigei
Against His Inleglitjr.
We piihll-h the following gems, re
gaidiou' Di chapm'tu, that appeared
III the I liego il.iu of the ''lst, signet! by
citizens of Eng. ho and twelve of tho
graduates of iho eht-s of 'tlT, four of 'ltd
aiidthreool 'ti'i, covering the yeais
luring which Dr Cbapliiiill has Uell
president of the Slate l lllver-ily:
'We iTut'go lliat ut. mug all the
Indents and all the plole-sors of the
Cnivei-lly el Oiegon, Ihe person Isar
lllg Hie M.'l-I ll 1 1 1 It t ii .11 fol tlllth and
veruiTly is I r ( hnpiiian, its prosl-
ilciil." i l his sciiiciici. is lather loose
ly const . Holed, but lliei n Is no doubt
aboiil its no uilll;'.-- I.I). (ll'AKIt.)
"Woiis-cit Unit no man w hoof truth
ful.. s-t is I cM In suspislou by nny
foiisnliTahlc niiiul or of his iissociales
Is III to be th bond of a great Institu
tion IUi.lln I'nlvorsll v of Oregon."
" I f you in ike inquiry among tu
di'lils' and piof.-soi-, and Inisiness
men of lie' town you will Und tho
senium nl ovi i w helming that Dr
Chnpliiail Is r I I liltl.V t NWOIUTIY OK
ni l. hi; and mtiiiii' aits can be
-how ii iii siicli nun. hers II. at you will
lie driven to ihe conclusion that he has
earned his Ii pulallon "
"Ills reteiilion places ik preiiiliiiii nn
IT. A IT I lit , I S ITtlill'i:, I'lilTT'f ion and
IN I nil 111 IT..S I ss."
Tin ie a. o others in that sliain, but
ll..' above- quo! tl ions aiu sullhTctll for
our pin this... .Now w hour) liny uiai
l.avesii.'li Ihloiiee in the truth of the
assert ions as to place their names to
such grave charges? Among the
nun. her we ll ml Hon. John Whites
aker, llit governor of Ihe state or
Oregon, ex-senator and president of
ihe stale h gislitiiiro, ami ex coiigrc
man from Oiegon; IIhiiSB Yorun, a
viclvinley elector; Hon E o Potter,
county Judge; and, mot a-loiilshing of
al', the names of ninny of tin giaduates
oftho university who received their
diplomas from him.
Bogonl of llin University nl Oregon,
will you retain a man at thu head of
ihe university w ho has so lost Ihe cotl
lldence and esteem of his fellow cit
izens, and his graduates, that they
willingly indorse a paper that, If uu
true, Is extremely libellous?
I lie Fourth or July Committee Failed
to Secure Funds Nulllciunt.
The committee which solicited funds
for the celebration of the Fourth of July
In Eugene did not meet w ith success
sufllcluiitto warrHnt them in going
ahead with the ft lebrulloii. Tho com
in It to realizes that some who sub
scribed and put down liberally, dislike
very much tho idea of no celebration,
and every member of thu committee
Joins them In this, yet It does not feel
that It wi uhl he well for the city to
give u celehrallon that she would not
bo proud of belter none at all than
this. Considering then, till things, the
coiumlttie deems It, the best policy
to lot the celebration go by default,
assist the neighboring towns to be
patriotic and next year give a celebra
tion to which wo will not be ashamed
to Invite the w hole state to be our
Cuuse Hint HtVcf.
Dr Chapman w-nt to Portland
yistcid.iy. This morning's Oregoiilan
has aiiolhei sorted attacking the peo
ple of Eugene.
Cause an I elfcct. Chupumn wills-
tl... ..i.l lit. I In, nn nil iloff eels In