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VOL.17. EUGENE CITy, 011 SATURDMVJUjNE i3, 1885. U 40;
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I. L. CAMPBELL,
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Ecoitxi Lonoi No 11. A. F. and A. M
.Meets first and third Welaeadar in each
it". 8rncra Borta looon No. 9 I. O.
1ft JO. F. Meet, every Tuesday evening.
'Vfn,V W1M4WRALA E)UlirmT Nu. 6.
acts oa the Sd and 4th Wednesdays in each month.
Eboesb Lodos, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meeta at Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Fridayi in each month.
J, M. Sloan, M. W.
Kilfatrick Port, No. 40, O. A. R. Meets
t Masonic Hull, the hint and third Friday of
oh month. By order, Uommandeb.
Order of Choskn Friexds. Meeta the
rat and third Saturday evening at Maannic
Hall. , Uy order ot J. M. tJUUN, U u.
Born Lodob No. 307, I. O. G. T. - Meets
Tery Saturday niht in Odd Fellows' Hall.
E. O. Potter,, W. C. T.
Leauins Star Band ok Hope Meets at the
P. Church every 8und-.y afternoon at 3:30.
E. Houston. Supt; Mi Bertha (look, As't
8uptj Chas. Hill, Seo'y, Mi Hattie Smith,
Chaplain. Visitors made welcome.
C M. COLLIER.
BILYEU 6 COLLIER.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
PUACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will (five social attention
to collections and probate matters. ,
OrrioE--Over Henilriuk k Eakin'a bank.
. , GEO. B. D33SIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of this State.
Special attention given to collections and
matters in probate
Geo. S. Washburne
fCUGIENE CITY, - ' - - OREGON
Office formerly occupied by Thompson &
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attorney and Counslloat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE Cirr, - OREGON.
OFFICE Two doors north of Post Office.
J. E. FENTON,
KUGENE CJTY OREGON.
Special attention given to Real Estate Prac
loe and Abstracts of Title.
Orrioc Over Grange Store. ,
Physician and Surgeon.
Vilkin's Drug Store.
Rvsidence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
formerly resided. ,
Dr. Wm Osborne,
OniCtf Adjoining St- Charles Hotel,
- OB AT THE
W D2U3:STJiE ;0P HATES arl HJOtXT.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUGSTORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
WALT0I1 & KQFFSiJiCER.
EUGENE CITY, ORECON.
WILL PRAniCE.IN ALL THE
CmirU of the rftate.
Sfwcial attention given to Ileal Estate. Col
lertini;; Probata matters.
Collecting all kinds of claiiuc against tlie
Uitd Statm Gvfnimeut.
U2ic ia Walton' brick -rouius 7 ud 3.
83T A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
Good Dress Goods a t 121c
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
ATKONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
i SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interest are
sjend their profits at home. Take notice that-
Will sell goods for CASH at irreatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Prints lb and 18 yards . . . . . : $1 00
Best Brown and Bbached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brodlts spool cotton 7.1 cts per Doz.
Plain and Milled Flrunels, 25, 35: 43 and 00
Water Proo , cents
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and Si-
And all Other Coeds
Also the Celebrated
WHITE SK rVIISTG MACHINE !
Mttjr for .trfini'th. r!.a. and dnmliilit.vl.
63-Tomy old Customers, who have stood by
Urms as heretofore on time, but if at any time
all am, ju otliers, the full credit on my reduction a. Y.rjA&xvo
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
AVLNG OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP ON 8th 8TRE
west of Crain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that lint at the
Are employed, and I will endeavor to
me with a call.
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Tlie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place
BOOTS and SHVES
in all grades-
of all descrivtionsl
BUILD YOUR B JUDGES, ROADS AND
your interests I Are permanently located and
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 60, 75 cts and 11.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
ZD ana io cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 50 ct
Mens' Overshirts, 75 cts. and f 1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and SI.
Embroideries and Edglua at Fabulous Low
at Proportionate Rates.
At crrefttlv reduced rates.
me so bug,, I will continue f sell on same
they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
low as any House
give satisfaction toll win ma favor
. A. S. CUXSUIE.
LIST OF' MEMBERS,
Belonging to the Lane County Pic
Arrived in 1843.
HcmbroeAl Patterson Mrs A' C
-. Arrived in 1344.
Coiuer Mrs R lOwen H C
Coons Mrs Eliza Scott Cnut Levi
Arrived in 1845.
Doak A J
(iarruon L R
Hampton J D
Hamilton A S
Osbvfn yf X
Polly S B V A
.shannon Mrs K
Vaughan W T
Arrived in I84G.
ArmiUgu Mrs S J
Cox Mrs EE
Murch Geo II
Murch Mrs Mary E
Rich&rison B M
Shelton Dr T W
Arrived in 1847,
Barbre Mrs MA
...u I' r"
Briggs Mrs Isaao
Craulill, Mrs M L
Huff Mrs Elinor
Maxwell T O
Parks J W
Spores Mrs Nancy
Spores Mrs M C
Spores Jacob C
.Spores J M :
aughan r v.
Vanduyn Mrs E 8
Vaiigliau T J
Vaughan O V
Wills R O i
Huddleston Mrs C M
Jack man Litzie
Arrived in 1348.
Armitage G H
Biistow S E
Bristow Mrs A
Hendricks TO ,
Johnson Mrs 11 E
Jenkins Mrs Sarah
Shelly J M
Skapgs Mrs 9 A
Vaiulervert J J
Wilkins V M
Winter Mrs S J
Callison Mrs Mary
Callison J T
Cleaver J IV
Gibson L D
Arrived in 1340.
Bean J R
Bristow J H
RoWrts G W
Coleman Mrs Mary A
Sparks ft ' .
Driver Kev 1 u
Smith All I
Smith W F
Smith Mrs Nancy
Smith J 11
Waltou J J Sr.
Walton Joshua J
Walton Mrs Ann M
Washburne CW v
Ellison J R
Gray Joseph G . .
lloiidrlcks J M
Hovey A G
McClanahnn h J
Noland P C
Packard CaptN L
Arrived in 1850.
ILnckey Mrs Wm
Martin M P
( lark Mrs L A
Eddy J M
Giluou A W
Giltson Mrs E
Miller W H
Miller W L
Mnguvss Mrs M
McVarlund James H
Gibson J Y
Nicklin Dr John
Goary Rev E R
Geary Mrs N M
Harlow M II
Harlow Mrs FB
Harlow W H
Juhuson J W
Luckcy J S
1'hulps O ,
Pollv Mrs D
RiMloii D M
tilchardson M P
I ted ford E P
Smith T J
Swift Mrs S J
Underwood Sarah M
Zumwult A J
Aruived in 1801.
Bean R S Lynch M A
Boren 0 W .Nfast-jreon W A
BabbAJ MastursimMrsE J
Bushnell J M Manning A J
Churchill J S McMurrav Maggia
Churchill Wm Pitzer N G
Churchill Mrs S E Pitzer M rs K M
Cochran R B Potter W A
Cochran John Potter Mrs L A
Clark LA I'carceMrsAF
Cox Mrs M P Stafford Mrs 8 E
Cox Jess Skiuuer Mrs E R
CoxJW - StowellJB
Cogswell Mrs M F Stowell J A
Dick J M Stowell Nancv J
Huffman James Titus Mrs G It
Huffman W H Vanduyn I
Hadloy H G Vanduyn Wm
Hartley Mrs Lorctta Vandnyn Thos
King A J Vanduyn John
Keeney r.iizaoetn vt ltners jr.tr
Lynch Aaron Zumwalt I L
Arrived in 1852.
Awbrey W T Holland Thos
AwbreyMrsTF Holland Mrs Mary A
Allen Bart H Hoffman Mrs E
Alexander J B Hays U B
Alexander Emily Hendricks Mrs M A
Bogart Garnet Hall H T
Bogart Mrs E Hembree Mrs Mary A
Bogart John Hays Mrs Mary
Bogart W m M , King .Sarah L
Bogart Abraham Keeney J
Burton AD Lakin D R
Bushnell J A Lakin LT
Bushnell Sarah E McCliing Mrs Kate II
Blauton Mrs E Mitchell James G
Bailey George Mitchell Miss Jane
Brown John Mathews Thomas
Brown Mr M Masterson NeUie S
Brown Thomas , Milliron John
Bean Mrs J A Moore Henry .
Ban ghtnan Samuel Moore Mrs P
Callison K ( Marks M M
Callison U M Mcl'herson James
Callison Mrs M Mathews Eliza
Christian D R McPherson P J
Coats 8 D Milliron Mrs M
Croner C C Morgan H C
Cantrill arah Moore Z P
Canady M Maxwell Susan
CanadyMrsSE Norris Mr N J
Calloway Cliarle I'atterson- ur A vv
Cook Melvin Patterson Mr 8 E
Cook Matilda Parks Mrs M A
Chesher Mrs Snsan Poindexter Elizabeth
Campbell Geo Poindexter T S
Cook 8 N Parsons Mrs M
Cook M H Powers A 8
Crow K J Powers Mrs I M
Chesher .TP R isdon Mrs P E
Cbesher Susanah Rowland Mrs E M
DorrisBF Rowland L B
Dodton Kli Sovems Geo
Day J G Stafford J M
Day Mr A 8 Stewart E
Day Geo B Stewart Wm
Kakin Mr 8 B Jr Start Mary F
KbbertJA Sinipaon Johu
Eli David Scott lUibt
Stanshory K R
Fox Win J
Thompson H L
Gillillin T O
Gillespie Mrs E
Goodman J II
Gilbert Mr K L
Gibson Mr S 3
Gitfry J T
Gilfry Mrs DC
llyland A D
Henderson J II D
Henderson Mrs M E
Hembree Mr Mary A
Huffman Mr W H
Hinton W W
To.t Mr M A
Wilmot M L
Wallis Mrs E
Withers M 8
White Samuel H '
Ward G R
Young C W
Younu Mr B W-.
Zumwalt Mrs Jane
Arrived in 1853,
'. ty Sam
son Mr E -Babb
Mr A J
aw Mrs M
Belshaw Mrs C
Bel haw Thomas
Barger Wm B
Brwtow Dr J K
Bristow Mr M J
Bushnell J 0
Bennttt Mm Mary
Barclay Sarah G
Bond Mm Wm
Bond Mrs M A
Coleman Mrs Mary
Coleman Wm I
Coleman D H
Coleman E P
Hays Mrs M
Hemmenway M J
Hemmenway Mr A
Hanchett Mrs L
Jackson S B
Jenniugs J O
Johnson B A
Knox Mrs M "
Luckey Mr L N
Matlock J D
Matlock Mrs S
Matlock J W
Mocy Mr Alice
Mathews M J
Mathews Mr M J
Mcljean Mr R
MoCarty M G
Cantrel J F
Cruzan A J
Croian Mrs M O
Cartwright N M
Cleaver Mrs S O
Campbell W T
Calloway E J
Callison Mrs II
Clark C W
Ogden Sam A
fowell C V
Patterson A S '
I'arviu Mr S
Penwa WD '
Pcnifra Mr L 8
Riddel Mr Nancy
Dun ten ME
Dead man B
Kichey M T
Hichoy ary G
Sovems airs E
Staiwbery O H
StiHips Mrs P
Shelton Mrs Ada L -Templeman
Deadman Mrs B
Kdria Mrs M M
Freeman Miss M
Fisk Z T
Farrim.'ton Mrs E J
(iray Mrs M E
Vanduyn Mr A ,
Vaughan Mrs A
Windom Benl U
Windom S A II
Wamick James F
Ware Mrs E F
Uray Mary J
Gardner Wm P
Griffin Mrs M
llyland Mrs R A
Harlow F B
Hovey Mr E
Harbin Mrs A
Munsaker Mrs M W
Hulin Mrs A J
Hill H N
Williams A W
Williams Mrs II
Williams E P
Washburne Mrs C A
Winter J A
Watkins Mr N J
Arrived in 1354.
The numWof Moslems in China ia
much larger than one would suppose,
amounting to about one-tenth of the
population, hut the Ifllamitcs, os a rule,
tfiko no part in politics. Ieno the
rising of the Mohammedans in Kash
gar in not regarded hy pood au
thorities in China ai a mnnaco to the
empire. Even the Chined papers havs
meager details of the uprising of Ya
koob Dey's son, because of tho great
stretch of territory which must Is cov
ered by couriers.. I ha Russians, who
ara not unjustly suspected of complici
ty in the revolt, have means of loarn
in g the nows from Kashgar, weeks he
fore any dntails can reach Peking.
This gives them a great advantage of
shaping the course of events, which
they are not apt to neglect.
i . . I,
The Farmer's Review, published at
Chicago, under dato of May 31st gives
a summing up from the reports of 3000
correspondents, covering every wheat
producing county in Ohio, Michigan,
Nebraska, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennes
see, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Wiscon
sin, Minnesota and Dakota, together
with a very accurate and recent sum
mary of the Pacific Coast. Tlie out.
look for fall wheat is the worst'sor ten
years. The total yield of winter and
spring wheat this year will fall consid
erably short of the short crop of 1881
when the total product was 380,000
bushels. The total yield it is thought
will he about 320,000,000 bushels
against an average yield of 464,000,
000 bushels last year.
A statis-.ical St. Louis clergyman
finds that on a mcent Sunday in that
city 10,000 people went to church.
while 40,000 went to Buffalo Rill's
show, 20,000 to base ball games, 20,000
to beer gardens, and 5000 to hear Rob
Ingprsoll. St. Louis and Chicago have
lieen rivals in pretty much everything
else, but this is the 6rsl indication we
have seen of a competition for the dis
tinction of being "the wickedest place
on the earth.
There are 6,000 Indians in tlie State
Fisher Mrs R
n War Tolunlccn.
From Col. Kelxay we learn that
much interest is being taken in his
efforts to effect an organization of tho
Indian fighters. Major Bruce has in
terested himself with Col. Kelsay and
together, with the assistance of some
others, they expect to be able to effect
a permanent organization by the time
of the meeting of the State Fair, or
possibly sooner. Tho nature of the or
ganization will be soinothing similar to
that ot the Q. A. R., but this will of
course bo determined after a few pre
liminary meetings have been had and
the matter discussed among themselves,
The results from such an organization
would be moro beneficial than one
would at first suppose. Aside from1
the social gatherings, camp-fires, reruin-
Isconces, renewal of acquaintance
among the old vertnrans, it is evident
that an organized effort would be more
successful in securing from the govern
ment the $2,500,000 or more vot due
the voluntoors in Oregon and Washing
ton Territory. Their servico has been
of as much importance td this country
as any other branch of the service, and
after furnishing their own horses have
ien very reluctantly paid. No land'
grants or pension have been awarded
the, Oregon volunteors in acknowledge
ment of their services in the war oi
1855-6. Col. Kelsay and those inter
ested with him are to be commended
on their efforts, and it is to be hoped
they may be successful in organizing
the Indian War Volunteor8.Corvallis'
From a private lotter from Mr.'
Rtfid, who purchased "Oregon Beauty."
(tho mare with the long tail and mane)'
of O P Adams, of Miller's in this coun
ty, we learned that Mr. Reid showed
her four days in Medford and took in
288, two days in Red Bluffs and took
in 128, throodays in Chico and took
in $177, one day at Orovillo and took
838 90. It would seem Mr. Reid cot
a good bargain whon ho gave $1500
for the "Oregon' Beauty," but Mr.
Adams has a colt that outstrips the
mare in beauty and worth. Mr. Reid
writes that ko was offered $2500 by
two different persons, but declares' he
would not take four times that sum
for tlie mare.Albany Democrat.'
Horse raising is n rapidly crowing
industry in Montana. The pasturage
is excellent and the thin air increases"
the animals' lung capacity. Breeders
are using finely bred stallions and they
conlidently expect that in a few years'
the blue grass rugion will have a formi
dablc rival in the biinch grass plains.
. Some years ago who. Lo'rf Beacons-
field was breathing out threatening
against Russia, soine one a.e(j princ9'
Bismarck what he thought of iin pros.
pects of ar, "War," the (mian
Chancellor is reported to have repu
VThere will be no war. How can y
whale fight an elephant
A clergyman of St. Louis says that
the aggregate church attendance in that
city on Sunday is 10,000, while on a
recent Sunday 40,000 people witnessed
a cow-boy exhibition, 20,000 attonded
baso ball games, 20,000' spent the day
in beer gardens, and 5,000 heard Bob
It is said that the missionaries have
converted a small tribe of natives in
New Zealand who refuse to read any
part of the Bible except that part of the
Old Testament which deals with war
and slaughter. They say that irf good
Christianity for them.
Several Washington cities would like
to be the Capital of that Territory.
They could ask for nothing that would
more certainly doom them to everlast
ing gmallness. a There is hardly a capi
tal city in the United States that
amounts to anything.
The New York World has succeeded'
in raising $50,000 fur the pedestal of
the Statue of Liberty Enlightning the
the World. Fifty . thousand dolUrs
moro will give liberty a firm standing
The largest cat receipts at New
Orleans on any one day wer $11,000,
whilH at the Centennial $-1 l?,f"3 ui.ro
taken in one day.