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miBLISUEf) FOB TDK DISESIIiTIO OP DEXOCBATIC PBINl'IPLES, M TP E1P..1 H HONEST LIVING BT TUB SWE1T OP Ol'B BROW
EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY, JUNE 13. 1891.
2br tfugw (City ffiuard:
(PCHLI8HED EVERY SATURDAYS
I. L CAMPBELL,
publisher aad Proprietor.
. .i.'Ti-'l'nn ths East lid of Willamette
U"!"" o .1. .,! VI, AH, S.
trtt, between oc "
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
k... .nnnm w
J OUB OKL1
kATKS OB ADVERTISING.
I Advertisements inserted as foUowt:
1 (in. kiiiui, ten Hues or lees one UUeraoo -;
Ulu.nt insertion IL CMh required
?..JvD.?.rtir.wlllUchredt th. I-
), square six month
SAdvertieing bills will be rendered quarterly,
I AU lob work mmt be rup rot o DM-iviat,
CEO. B. DORRIS
Utorney and Counsellor-
riLL PRACTICE IX THE CDUHTS
if ot tne oocuuu -
1 Supreme Court of thii Stat.
5sl'ial attention given to collection, and
iatters in prooaie
L C. WOODCOCK,
IjKXaCITV. - - - OREGOli
iFFICK-RonM 7 8 McClaren Building.
-Soial attention given to Collections
i, l'rotiate dushios.
cymour W. Condon,
Sugfiie, - wrcRon.
. 0. POTTER,
I'GENE. - - OREGON.
LrcK- Room in Conoer's Block.
CEO. M. MILLER
torney and Ccunsellor-atrLaw, and
Real Estate A$ent.
fJGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Ofllce-ln Maaonio Temple.
luykendali & Payton,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drugstore.
i. E. GALLAGHER,
. . OREGON.
.tuition dven to Probate bueinen
.Abstracts of Title.
Orma Over Lane Couuty Bank.
Ws. PAINE & M MURTRY,
illBca 9th St., Opposite Hoffman House.
R. D. A PAINE, Reildenee corner 10th
1 High 8treeU, Eugene.
OR. W. T. McMURTRY, Residence Olive
4 between 9th and 10th, Eugent
)E. J. 0. GRAY,
Office upstair in young's
block, opposite Guabd office AU worlt
ranted. . .
Uughing gae administered for painless ex
traction ol teeth.
MOORE & LINN,
"JDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Coffins and Ctskets always on band. Pro
Idling and Embalming Bodiea a Specialty.
Night calli prompty attended.
Residenoe, aecond house south of Metno-
4 Church, Willamette street.
l DURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T-HAVB SOME VERY DESIRABLE
I- Karma, Improved and Unimproved Towi
i roperty for sale, on easy term.
I.tjperty Eented and Eenta Collected.
The Iuurano Companiee I 7"'.?
theUlde-t and moet Reliable, and in
ti.e Paourr adE4urrALi adjutnBt ol tneir
'e Staxd Skohd to Nom. .
K .hare of yonr patmnagf ii eolldted.
Dr. Jennie S. Barnard
Will epeoully treat all Dieae of WO
KEN AND CHILDREN.
Loom 2, Dunn'i Block.
-BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical Instruments.
The Most I:!::: U Si of Portland
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
I E. Luckey
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Department in Competent hands.
McClaren s Building,
(Oppoeite F. M. Wilklna' Dru Store.)
Haa an extensive Stock of
COLLECE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
yOrdew for Booki and Bubscriptions
o NewsDapem and Periodicals promptly at
ii Trnnhlee. and CramD. Colic, or
any Internal or External Pain. Ask yonr
druggist for it
J S. LUCKEY.
Clocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
. . , i i7 . ,i
Keoa'nne rrorapny aieuuicu.
efA II Work Warranted,!
J. S. LDCKEY
E. Schwarzschild, Prop.
(Successor to Geo, Collier)
BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAPS,
WALL PAPER 4 SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Order br mail promptly attended to. Ad-
drew Lock Box 119. '
l r Prices,
From anil after Feb. 1, 1891,
. i ,1 1.
my terms will bestneuy casn.
Prices Put Down to Bed
Highest market price Paid
for Produce. If not all traded
out will pay balance in Cash.
J. H. Whiteaker,
:t ar ix mm w
Having purchased the
we call the attention of
the public to the fact
that we will keep on
stock of groceries,which
will be sold to our pat
rons at the lowest rates.
R. It. Cochran & Son,
Real Estate Agents.
Eugene City, Oregon.
Will attend to general Real Estate buainea
each u baying, Belling, leaHing and renting
farms and cilv property, etc. Office on tooth
side of Ninth street.
The Eugene Clffar Factory -Keeps
constantly on band the finest brands
hnmi m.fl flntllAMtiC. SnJ KeT West
cigars. Charges the lowest prices for chew
ing and smoking tobacco. Sell at retail and
Give Them a Chance!
That is to say, your lungsi Also all yonr
breathing machinery. Very wonderful
machinery it is. Not only the larger air
paxsages, bnt the thousand of little tube
and cavities leading from tbem. When
these sre clogged and choked with matter
which ought not to be there, your lungs can
not do their work And what they do, they
cannot do weel. Call it cold, congh, croup,
pneumonia, cHtarrbj consumption or any of
the family of throat and nose and bead and
long obHtructions, sll are bad. All ought to
he got rid of. There is just one sure way
to get rid of them. That is to take Bos
cbee's German Syrup, which any druggist
will sell yon at 75 cents a bottle. Even if
everything else has failed yon, yon may de
dencl open this for certain.
I have a cousin who is a printer, says Ex
Mayor J. C. Longhrao of North Dee Uoines,
Is, Some year ago he waa employed in
lbi city where they were printing circulars,
fur Chamberlain. Us had dwp seated'
cold and terrible cough, and while setting
up copy be made up his mind to buy a Lot
tie. It cared him and that waa the first I
ever knew of Chamberlain's Congh Remedy.
I have been strongly in its favor ever since.
My own experience and that of my family
convince me that this remedy is the beat in
the world. That msy be atrong language
but that is what I thiuk. For sale by i . M.
W ilkin. Dmggmt.
MinroiD Floci A. Goldsmith haa re
ceived another car load of the celebrated
Medford flour, lie will keep this eicelUnt
brand of floor in stock at all times hereafter.
Stephen 8meed, of Waltorrille, wut la
town this morning to procure apparatus for
the spray iug of bin hop yurd. He iuforois
as that the hop lice have already umde their
appearauoe in his yard in considerable
numbers, and that he is satisfied thut if let
alone they will devastate it, wheu the warm
weather comes. In England, he say, the
kerosene cmulsi?u is the system used, and
that the same most be thrown on the under
aide of the leaves.
For the benefit of the hop growers of
Lane county we herewith give the above re
ceipt for spraying, and will also state that It
has the endorsement ot the United Strtes
Entouiohmical bureau: -
It requires slmut ted gallons per acre for
sprsylng once ligntiy ami twice iuorouBuly
duriutr tho season.
The following is the remedy for the hop
louse, reeommendud bvthe department of
agriculture: A . . -
Kerosene oil (coiumon grade),' 8 plutsj
Water 4 pints ; soap, l, pounds. Dilute for
use with 25 purls ol water, inarease eacn
ingredient for Urge amouuta iu twine pro
portions. The soap need msy be made ns follows:
Leon Hindi's Crystal potash lye, 1 pound;
fish oil, 3 pints ; soft water, 'I gallons, ins
solve the lye in water and when brought to
a boll add the oil. Cook about two hours.
This will make about twenty-five pounds if
filled np to make the evaporation by boiling.
SIl'SLAW & EASTERN RAILWAY.
Reiiortof Hie Mei'tinir Held Last Sat
urday. By call of the executive committeo a
meeting of the stockholders and directors of
the Siuslaw & Eastern lUilwsy and Naviga
tion Co. whs held at their office in Eugeue,
Saturday, June Gth. After the transaction
of routine business, the meelina was ad
journed uutil Saturday, June 20th. wheu it
is expected tuat tbo survey ueiween r.ugeus
and Florence will be completed, and that
important business will then be considered.
The officers of the company as elected
by the stockholders are as follows:
Geo. 11. Mlsliiiry, 1'resueni.
A. G. Uovey, Vice President end Treas
J. M. Hodson, Secretary.
Iiaao lirittoti, General Muuager.
C. B. Reynolds, Attorney.
Executive Committee Geo. H. Ellsbury,
Isaan Britton, J. M. llodson, E. J. Frasier
and A. E. Gallagher.
The General Manager appointed tue Ml.
lowing working loroe, and the appointments
were confirmed by the board of directors:
E. J. Frasier, Auditor nuJ Laud tommis-
T. R. Brrv, Bnperiutendent nud Chiel
A. Gallagher, Assisimc Aiiorney.
W. A. Cox, fund agent at Aome and Flor
ice. Daniel Hawkesworth, riht of way agout.
Charles Gray, Engineer in charge of lo
J. C. Berry, engineer iu oharge of land
Alfred rurwami, assistant.
L. P. Urouse, draughtsman..
A HKOl'K 1IIIU .X.
Editor mrColluiii, Formerly of
Saucm, June 8 Editor McCollum of the
er.aia Star formerly of Junction City.
and Scott Taylor had lively kuock down
fight this tuoruing. jsiouoliiim got tue
worst of the fight. Both were fined.
Acboss tu Rivjcn. An Oregonian Rail
way engine with a full train of loaded cars
crossed the Colmrg new railway bridge last
HaturduvatU:30a.m. The bridge stood
the tost without a quiver. On the train,
among others, were Jasr A. Stevens aud the
two Misses Hporoi, three of the first people
In ih.it irieiniiv tn erosa the river at tbat
point in a boat. The tracklayers are now
nearly to Geo. H. Armitage's residence,
and are progressing rapidly.
The Baker Cily Daily Blade has dUooa-
tinned its presi dispatches.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkins, ths druggist,
is not selling "Windom'a Robertine" for the
complexion, the most elegant and only really
harmless preparation of its kind in the
world, and giving a beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
. ttult That lon.nfi,! fnollllO
vail m . ut t"i -u.w
means that your system is in a stuto to in-
Vlte disease, ana nrignis v.ompouuu ki-
. . I Un.nA:ils U naAil at
(ISVI U l P.IM1IAIIII. HUH JWH Ul.
once to expel impurities of the blood aud
build yoa up. eoiu dt an aruggisis,
Geo. W. Kinney, Auctioneer.
When you want your goods, household
furniture or land sold at auction, call of
Geo. W. Kinsey, the pioneer and most suc
cessful auctioneer in Lane County. lie will
attend to all sales on a reasonable com
mission. What It It?
Thot produces tbat beautifully soft com
plexion and leaves no traces of its applica
tion or injurious effects 'f The answer, Wis
dom's Robertine accomplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste and refine
ment to be the moat delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harmless and
matchless. F. M. Wilkins, agent, Eugene
There is no danger of a cold resulting in
pneumonia when Chauiberlaiu s Cough
Remedy is used as directed "for a severe
cold." It effectually counteracts and arrosts
any tendency of a cold to result in pneu
monia. This fact was fully proven in thous
ands of cases during the epidemic of influ
enza last winter. For sale by F. M. Wilkins,
The SeteLrated Frenclt Gore.
Is Bold OS i.
to core sot form
or any disorder of
BEfORE tueol Btimulanu, AFTER
Tobacco or Opium, or throuk'b youthful lndlr
tlon. over Indnlri-nce, Ac .urn s. lmof Urals
Power, Wakefulness, Bearlufdown fains In the
bark, Hera I nsl Wesknrn, Hy.teria, Nervous iTns
trstlon, Nortumal Emlulous, Leaeorrb'ea, Lila
llnns, Weak Memory, LoMot fowerand lm
tency, which if neirlectedollen leal to premature
old sir and Imanltv. l'riee I1.CH a tx.i, e boxes
lor .i 'A Hent t.y mall cu rerelt ol prlee-
A RITTr.N lifARANTEK Is ajlven tor
erery liU) order reelred, to refund the money If
a F.mas.st core I. not elTwted. Wi have
thonoarvls of u-rtlmonlala fmianld and yrmnr,
of both sexes, whohav been pennanently eon d
by theUMof aptarodMne. Cln-slarfroa. Addrea
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Westers Branch, Bux 27, foaTuuib. 0a
Sold by E. B. LUCKEY CO.i DruxgisU
Convened at the Court House Iu Eugeue
Monday, June 8, lS'.U, at 2:30 p. m.
Oflicets present Judge M. L. Pipes,
Proeecutiug Attorney 8. W. Condon, Sher
iff J. E. N'oland and Clerk W. R. Walker.
The following bailiffs were appointed:
Q. W. Kiusey, E. L. Howe and Charles
Kissenger, tho former being designated as
grand jury bailiff.
Graud jury drawn: J. II. Inwall, fore
man, II. C. Yeatch, J. E. Kennedy, II. L.
Kennedy, II. L. Carter, F. B. Dillard, i.
T. Wbitmore and John Bluuie
Tin1 following-JuryiiH'ti wore tivm'iit
mill luiswi'tvil to tlicif ilium's:
J V W'tfkH, Crvswi'll.
John Sttitt, "
W A lluvitt, Hpx'turr.
T J ltnrK,
V (' Innittn, "
(ieo Hinlth, Suitll Ktlgt'lli'.
It ltoliiiiMin, SIiihIiiw.
W It McCoiiutck, North Kniri'tu.
J H lline, t'hcshtT.
Win Kisk, "
J D Ilowitrd. Jtiiiction.
J W Mujors,
(' K 1'owvrs, Wlllmni'lto.
TIioh Hurler, "
.1 S Cusli!, Itii'linrilson.
J K LnrrhniT, Middle Folk.
IWrt Kclsuy, " "
llciirv t'urtiT, Full I'nvk.
It I) 'lllth', " "
J W Cox, " "
.1 II Iiiwnll, Irvinir.
F, (' Hnittnin, Camp Cnt k.
John llliinit', l'lciisiint Hill. '
J A Stevens, Springfield.
Fred Dlllanl, t ,ohell.
II C Venteh, Cottngt' Grove.
JamcH Kennedv, " "
(ieo Yurnell, Atohuwk.
T J Whit more, "
V V. Powers and H ItolilnsonexetiHeil
for the term.
Record of cases acted upon:
1 Slate of Oregon vs. Annul Lurch,
ohtalniiiK money timler false pretenses;
2 Slate of Oregon vs. Aaron Lurch,
Mate of Oregon vs. r A. (teralil,
4 State of Oregon vs. Fred Hoed,
olitainlng money under false pretenses;
ft State of Oregon vs. Fred Cooper,
G I ilinoit A. Howard vs. S. JN.
Howard and Irn Allen, for ihisschsIod
if real lirotHTty; K. Jl. Skinwortn i-
7-L. Ii. Kusscll vs. T. V.. Itusscll,
suit for divorce; A. K. (ialhiKher, ref
ent'. 8 Carrie ( lerhanl vs. Leo (icrlnird,
for divorce; M. S. Wallis, referee.
II Ida Spiegel vs. C. 11. ami David
II. NatwicK, foreclosure; ludirment by
10 Maggie McMurry vs. M. YV. Mtv
Murrv ami J. H. McMurry, for divorce
and to wt aside fraudulent conveyance;
K. It. Skipwortli, relent1.
11 Fanny Howard vs. It. I). How
ard, divorce: A. K. (.iallaghcr, referee.
VI Julia Couch vs. o. ii. coucii, di
vorce; K. It. Skliiworth, refem'; report
1:1 John C. SiniDson et nl vs. ('bus.
K. Simpson, for sale of real proiH-rty;
14-T. J. Hlack vs. J. H. Smith, to re
cover money; continued for term.
15 Lewis & Jturkliolder vs. Allison
and Taylor, to recover money; on trial.
IU John Stewart vs. jmvki Mine
and I!. II. Natwlck, foreclosure; dls-
18 II. Ittiudy vs. 1). M. Iluiuly, UI-
lll-T. A. Million! nml W. II. HofT
inan, exwtitors, vs. Win. V. Kdwards
ami Isiuie N. Edwards, to recover
money; Judgment before clerk.
1!0 I). M. Osborne & Co. v. J. W.
Smith, to recover money; settled.
I'l JimicH Sanford va. Win. II.
Walker et al, eontlrmatlon; confirmed.
Si l). M. osisirno i;o. vs. pt. u.
Lockwoodand ItoU-rt (Irltlln, to rer
cover money; Judgment for tH4:i.75, In
terest and $70 attorney fees.
iU (Jeorge Fisher vs. John H. Whls
li inn und Joseph P. Wlihtma.i, to re
cover money; dismissed.
1!4 Duncan H'ott vs. J. C. (hsidale.
ai)N'id from Justice court; set for tilal
1MJ J. II. McCIung et ul vh W. H.
OiKidinan et ul, to recover money; Met
tled. 27 K. J. McCIunahan v David
BlmeandC. H. Natwlck, fortt'losure;
'JH 1). M. Oslsimo & Co. vh Joseph
Cole et nl, to recover money; default;
Judgment for 1207, interest, $W utt'y
fees aud order of sale of uttuched proji
erty. 30-Kll.alH th Y. K. Wunier vh J. A.
Straight, to recover money; settled.
ill ri. II. Friendly vs J. A. Straight
and Mary Straight, to recover money;
M Chas ISaker vs David Hline, to
recover money; continued.
IV) It K Johnstjii vh Jas J Johnson,
divorce; default; E () Potter upiolntcd
37 Ida Spiegel vh David O Hline,
:ih Harry Thompson vh J T Card
well, to nitiver money; settled.
4o J I Jones vh E J Sherwood, to
recover money; settled,
44 W II Halicr vs J K Parker, to re
cover money; default.
4.V- Jlcttmaii VHJWSmlth, to re
cover money; settled.
40 Alice "Miller vs Henry Miller, for
51 M E liutler vs D L Hutlcr, for
divorce; default; E It Sklpworth np
62 Catharine A IVrkitm vh Knrah E
Cochran et al, U reform dd; default.
54 H II Friendly vs Joseph Cole et
al, foreclosure; delimit.
65 A W Patterson vs L N Thoiii
sou et ul, for sH-cllle M-rforiuauiv of
contract and to remove cloud from
6h J H Cartwrlght VHThislore Eln
fcldt, to n-r-over money; settled.
5! I M Francis vs " olney Hc-meti-wiiv,
for damages: dismissed.
(A 11 C Huiiiplircy vs Alex A Fos
ter et al, confirmation; continued.
fi.V-Suuiucl D Holt vh (1 F Kuiinllig
et ul, eoiillrmation; confirmed.
Mi A P Churchill vh Juiik-s (I Iteu
nett, eonllnnatioii; continued.
(17 Jeff Myers vh W A Craton, con
(J Meyer 4 Kyle va tlu- South Bend
LutnU-r 'Co, continuation; eontlrined.
m Christine Clayton vs John Clay-
tu, divorce; referred to E H Skij)-
70 Hovey. Huniidirey & Co vh J It
Haskell, et al, fonrlostire; default.
71 Allie Evans vs J It Evans, dl
vortv; dt fault; L Jlilyeii apsdntcd referee.
The l'lalnlllt Loses.
stepped to the front of the bench, bis face
pale and his voice bosky, and Mid: "My
lord I have to ask yonr protection. Yes
terday sir Edward Clarke thought proper"
here Solicitor General Sir Edward Clarke
apraug to his feet and eiclaimod: "I ask
your lordship tbat Gen. Williams should
not be allowed to make a ststement, as be
is not privileged to do so." To this Gen.
Williams hotly replied; "I was
with considerable warmth; I cannot hear
auy statement from yoa," and immediately
commenced his summing op, while Gen.
Williams retired frowning, and greatly
London, June 8. -The announcement of
verdict for defendants was received with
hisses from the galleries where the ladies con
gregated, and in other parts of the court room
men in sympathy with plaintiff, cursed.
Court officers had some difficulty suppressing
these marks of disapproval of the verdict
Tim iHilitieul situation in Port
land is rather mixed. A citizens
ticket nominated by those who
were in favor of consolidation in
divided ctiutillv between republi
cans and dcinoerutn. This ticket
was indorsed by a domoeratio con
vention. The Btriiight-republieiuiH
will nominate, a ticket. To a man
up u tree, it tippum that tho
consolidation ticket in mado in tho
best interests of a pure municipal
government, while tho to Iw repub
lican ticket will bo under the dom
ination of one or tho other of tho
corrupt factions that bus ruled
Portland for what there was in it.
Astorian: Three months ago the New
York Recorder was started. It had flO,
O'.0,000 behind It and in it. The editors
wore diamouds, drank champagne, and
wroto with violet Ink and gold peua on
scented paper. The reporters rode in car
riages, and the compositors set silver type
in gold sticks. Everything was marble,
rosewood, plate glass and nickel plate. On
the 2d it quit; the expense was too much.
On the same day the Alts, a respectable bat
misguided journal, quit, after running and
occasionally walking since January, '49,
There was a lime when the Alta oloared
3,000 a day, but that was before the South
ern Pacific got their damps on it.
' A Harrlsburg dispatch, May 13th to the
Philadelphia Ledger, says. "Baroum'i
Circus destroyed the efficiency of the Leg
islature to-day to such an extent that it waa
thought wise to adjourn the House this
evening to permit the members to go to the
show. It was felt there would not be a quo
rum present at the evening session, aa the
olrous was the topio discussed during loll
calls aud Ihe reading of bills. The after
noon session was alimly attended, and, rath
er than meet with the certainty of empty
benches, (he House abandoned the evening
The lluley irrigation Law has aroused seri
ous (ears of the otter drainage of Goose lake,
to the consternation of all who now rely
opon it for their water supply. Dr. Loomis,
agent of the Interior department, recently
came out in person to investigate a remon
strance sent lo Washington, in the hope of
preventing the big water company recently
organized from oarrylng out their plans, and
that gentleman expresses, the opinion tbat
the question will involve matters coming
within Ihe province of interstate law.
Chemawa Indian School has just perform
ed a noble act of charity, as reported to the
Journal. A man living on French Prairie
lost bis halt-breed wife the other day. She
left him a family of nine children. Their
Iudiun blood eutitlea them to asylum in the
government Indian schools, and they have
promptly been adopted Into the Chemawa
home where they are cared for as well as
tbey would be in any borne. Salem Jour
nal. Corvsllis Gazette, May 29: On the last
trip np from San Francisco the steamship
Willamette Valley beat the record from San
Francisco to Ysquina City, the time oonanm
ed In making the trip from dock to dock
being just 4tl hours. The steamer arrived at
Yaquina In the evening and nu loaded ber
perishable freight during the night, and it
arrived in Corvsllis the following morning
in lime to catch the river boats for Portland
and way stations.
T),.iuia,Mri o R.umnirr. Mr. Wheeler;
proprietor of the Springfield sawmill, pro
poses lo comply witn ine law tnai prouiuiw
throwing sawdust lulo the streams of Ihe
state, lie has bailt a large stone furnace
above ground, and into it the sawdust is
conveyed and burned. An engine has been
placed in lbs mill, furnishing the power for
The Rosoburg Review thus remarks: The
Reflector, published by' the students of ' the
Oregon State University; asks, "Why can't
we have a college yell?" Probably because
yoa failed to buve the legislature make an
sppropriation for that purposs. And K is
altogether too bad tbat lbs youth of oar
fair state most finish their education and
go out into (be cold, cold world lo battle
with the realities of life and not be able to
make a distinctive college yell
Judge Sbattuck, of Portland, has decided
the Agricultural College case, of which so
much has been said, in favor of the II E
Church South. This will cease the return
lo tbat church organization of all the land
that msde np the Agricultural College farm
on Feb. 18th, 181, unless reversed by the
Supreme Court. -
OsiToa. Hon. 8. W. Condon has been
chosen as orator tor the big Eugene Fourth
of July celebration. A good selection;
There will be a campmeeting for the
Cottage Orove Circuit, commencing Jane
26th. To be held one-half mile south of
Latham, on the Coast Fork road. We will
have the following ministerial help:. Bro.
Potter, of Dexter, Bro. Waiters, of Eugene,
Bro. Taylor, of Drain, and Bro. Aldrldge.
Besides Bro. Oardner, and 'perhaps others
will be there, more or less. Everybody in
vited. Come brethern and work for Jesus,
bring yonr tents and provision, for there
will be no bucks leri on the ground. This
is a beautiful place. Come and come to
slay. Persons coming on the oars will get
off at Latham. W .A. Kixr, P. E. Cottage
F. M. Nlgliswander. county lecturer
of the Farmer'a Allium for Lane
county, will Jeeture as follows, meet
ing to Iw held ut 7.-00 o'clock In the
Thurston, Monday, June 15.
Ix'abuiy, Tuesday, June 1J.
Camp Cat'k. Wednesday. June 17.
Mohawk, at Stafford school house,
Thursday, Juno 18.
Sprlngtleld, at Simmons school
house, Friday, Juno IU.
A county meeting of the Alliance
will lie held In Eugene, Saturday, June
20, ut 10 o'clm k a. m.
ClIUKC'II OllOANIZKO. IU-'V. O. A.
Hlalr organized a Cumberland Presby
terian church at Colmrg last Sunday at
11a.m. with 19 members. J. Phene
ger, H. 11. Tliomiw and John Holt were
elected ruling elders In the church. A
suitable lot upon which to build a
church house was purchased and paid
for and a building committee appoint
ed, consisting of J. C. Uoodale, Anion
Wilkins, J. Pheneger, W. Vanduyno
aud Mr. Springer, who will push the
work at once. I lock la now being
hiui led for tho foundation and a bill of
lutnlier is lielng made out.
A Washington dlsnatch savs ths U. 8. gov
ernment has notified all agents at the seal
Islands tn stop the killing of sesls by the
North American Co. when the number
reaches 7 500.
A wholesale massacre took place June 1st
at Port an Prince, llayti. The followers of
Hlpp-ilyte shot and killed those who were
suspected to be In sympathy with Legitime to
the number of 1300 during the time from May
28 to June 1st
The Brand iurr at Walla Walla has indict
ed seven soldiers for the murder ot gambler
Rupt. IHcElrer I nconclous.
BaXEM, Jane 0. State Supt., ot Instruc
tion E. B. MoElroy continues unoonoious.
A oounoil of physioiana was held to-day and
decided that a blood vessel had buret at the
base ot the brain.
Thrown from at Horse.
Saxim 0b., June 9. Rube Bontin a horse
dootor from Antelope, Oregon, was thrown
from a horse to-day and sustained serious
injories. He may recover.
k Bio Institution. Dr. Harry Lane,
who was In Portland on Thursday, says
that the patients of the insane asylum
nearly seven hundred In number will be
fed daring the season with ten tons ot
strawberries, raised on the state grounds,
and tbat within a year the Oregon asylum
will be one of the most complete establish
ments ot the kind in the entire woild:
IatPHovrNo. A report haa been going
the rounds of the state presa that Shannon
Conser woald lose his leg that was broken
in the Lake Labish railroad acoldent. It
waa given oredenee In yesterday's Ooaao.
Dr. Maston of Albany hi authority (or the
statement that the report Is not reliable.
He says that Mr. Conser is doing -well and
that the leg Is gradually improving.
A Nambuii.-A short time sinoe an heir
blessed the household of Mr. J. N. Bunoh.
He named her Nina Cator, the last name
from an old friend Dr. Cator, of Marsaline.
Mo. A few day alnce he received from the
Dr. a handsome gold riug with a diamond
set for the little Miss.- - -
Contract Lrr. J. 0. Watts yesterday
let a oontraot for the building otan addition
to his residence on the corner of Seventh
and Pearl streets. It will be two stories in
height and of a handsome design. 8. 0.
Garrison secured the oontraot. '
Sold. Junction City school distriot baa
sold Its old school house and grounds to the
town of Junction (or 12,600. II will be
used hereafter for the housing of Sre appo--ratus
and city ball purposes. . ' -
WrraooT Salasi.-R. M. Day haa kindly
consented to serve Ihe . Eugene Canning & .
Packing Co. as secretary without compen
, 100 Tons. While in Southern Oregon,
E. B. Luckey contracted for one hundred
tone of peaches (or the Eugene Canning Co.
Quite an amount of peaches.
Mabiiid. In Eugene, Oregon, June 6,
1891, by Rev. D. A. Watters, Mr. C. A . Mo-
Mahan and Miss Maggie Bennington, all of
Lane oounty, Oregon.
Kiwspatis Chanos. J. A. Douthit has
sold a half interest in the Prioeville Re
view to Dayton Elliott. : "
Itev. Q. A. Blair la In Cottage Grove ..
helping to secure the means to com
plete the new C. P. Church In course of
construction at that place, but will r e
turn and All his pulpit next Su nday
evening at 7:30. All Invited. - .
An Eastern gentleman has erected a new
store building at Florenoe and will open a
general merchandise store there in a short
Rev. ii., D. Blulr will begin a series
of niet-tlngii at the Wood school house '
next Sunday a II a. m.'
McMahon'i circus is now in Eastern Ore
gon.' '' '
.The students will give a dance Jane 13.