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Fill DAY, JUNE 12.
Fishing parties popular now.
Congress adjourned yesterday.
A light sprinkle early this morning.
Public school colon visible every
where. J M Bowes, of Portland, 1 In Eu
This term of circuit court has liceu
a dull one.
K J Frontier and Mr Cruig visited
Horace McKihley went ti Browns
ville this morning.
It F Reed of North Yuiulull is al
the Minnesota hotel.
The foundation of 1 Frank's new
brick block la completed.
Mr Ski Meek of Hiirrishurg, made
thin office a pleasant cull today.
Col H P Sludden returned to hit
home In 1'orllaiid this forenoon.
The flower thieves are abroad In the
land. Keep a lookout for them.
Gordoit Brother havo a new light
transfer wagon oh the lUceta.
John T Whalley, of Portland, in
reentered at the Holt'mati House.
Farmer are buying mowers and
blnden for the harvesting season.
Mian Stearns and Miss Young, ttu-
dents, left fur their homes at Oakland
Mm 8 K Munra, of Meachiira
eating house fame, arrived on the
IVrry Overton, of Biownsville, who
box been attending the U o( O, left for
home thin morning.
Irving M (ileii, of MuMinuville. a
graduate of the U of O, is here to at
Mr Jeny Horn and Mm 8 E Brown
attended the closing exercises of the
Cohurg school toilay.
The Oregoniun today has a cut ol
Joaquin Miller. Mr Miller has a clear
case for damage against thut j.uper.
Miw.es Beit ha Buford and Lydia
JohDson, student of the U of O. left
tint morning for their home at Sulem.
The Lane county election returns
have not yet been forwurded to the
secretary of stale, so says. llieOregoD.
Mastnti Taylor, a former U ofO
(tudent, arrived on the afternoon train
and will attend the commencement
Attorney W W Card well, of Rose,
burg, went to Portland ll.ls morning.
Me will race his horse at that place
Mr Ovcrhol', tlie student, left for
hi home In Canyon City this morn
ing. He expects to re-enter the U of
O next fall.
Arthur Collier, a graduate of the U
ot O, and now a teacher in Porthmd
University, arrived on the afternoon
train ami will id tend commencement
O V Conner who owns an Interest
in a mine at Pearl, Idaho, and who
bus l ecu visiting relatives nearthlscity
left for Idaho on thin morning's over
The Engine Company has ordered
new unitorms fur its members. They
will lie ready for the parade on July
8rd and 4lh.
If anything is to be detested it is
such petty thieving as (lower stealing.
The oflleers havo a chance to exercise
their vigilance in that direction.
The members of the graduating class
of the Eugene public schools 54 in
number In two divisions, were pho
tographed this afternoon by the Eu
gene Photo Company. Only 11 will
Sulem Statesman: Chas II Lean
der, the medium, who has been In Sa
leii: during the the past mouth, left
yesterdav for Portland to rest for a few
days. Later he will return to Salem,
meanwhile visiting Albany and Eu
gene. Welcome: Hi mo of the local freaks
of the votes Monday in certain couu
tie are curious, tor example, Linn
county gives Vanderburg nearly 1100
votes more than Tongue, while Lane
county, adjoining, gives Tongue
plurality of over 400. In Linn, Myers'
home county, Myers gets only 442
votes, about one In ten, while in Lane,
a republican county, he received 1080.
Douglas county, too, which might be
supposed to be Hermann's stronghold,
gives Tongue a handsome plurality,
while Marion, supposed to be republi
ran by 1000, and Washington,
Tongue's home county, make about a
stand oil belweeu him and Vander
burg. (old Standard ludlans.
It transpires that the voting popu
lation of the HI let Indian reservation,
100 buck in all, ut their ballots for
'ri,,imiw II Totitriio Co- congress, and.
considering Iris small plurality, were
responsible for his election. This fact
moves the Corvallis Times to comment
"On what a tender thread hangs
everlasting things." Just contem
plate the fact, that out of theSiletz
Indian reservation this lat spring
there was created "SlleU Precinct."
made up of a voting population of 100
Indians and 15 whites, so-called, or
which Mr Tongue received 110 votes
out of a possible 121. Can it lie
longer douWd that the Indian prob
lem is now fullv solved? The Indian
grasped the financial question with
native Intuition under the Inspira
II..,. .f n,., iirpirniilnn. In the bright
days of the future it will be the money
question and not hop picking which
will engross the attention of the In
dian. Lo, the poor Indian is now ed
ucated up to the gold standard and
Tongue is elected. It was an Antony
who stood over the dead body or
Cn'sar and said: "Havo all thy
glories, triumphs and spoils shruuk to
this little measure?" What sayest
thou, Mr Tongue? What a calamity
it would be to the public if the whole
Indian vote or 100, r Lincoln county,
shiull be held illegal. Where O
whet would Thomas H Tongue be.
"Tell it not in Oath lest the hearts or
the unclrcumcised rejoice."
tally Guard, June l:.
Fok Be ati no His HonsK.-Wm
Munkers or Cottage Grove wa or-
riluii t.xm intuit v l.M Urn bis horse.
He was given tjury trial bcrore Justice
Medltv yesterday und acquitted, the
jury re'turning a verdict or not guilty.
SATURDAY, JUNE 13.
Ceo Ilulf of Hale, is iu the city.
Walt lvikiu ha-t returned from his ,
Sluslaw ranch. j
Walter Brown visited iu Eugene
this afternoon. I
Quite a lurge crowd or farmers were
In the city today. j
M,. ii.n..., , ,
irU U th i v tUy dri,K -
gist I. In the city. j
Dr I L Elliot was an anlval by this j
afternoon's train. I
Willaiiietiv iri.lvvr.iiu ....... ...,,.,-
nient begins Tuesday.
Dr Eliot t will preach at Mouut's
Hall, Sunday evening.
The root is Mug placed on the
Hovey Honey building.
Judge Kullertoii Mi for his bonis in
ltM.'burg this afternoon.
Circuit court adjourned for the term
at 1 o'clock this aiieruonn.
The Engine hose team Is practicing
nightly for the tournament.
Henry Huddleston has goue to New
port to remain during the summer.
The studies at the U or O for this
school year weie completed yesterday.
J Walt Luckey, of this city, was in
Harrington, Washington, this spring.
Workmen are ptaoing the street car
track Iu order for commencement
Miss Sto well, of Portland, Is in the
city visiting wllii her cousin, Mis
C T Urlfflln and family returned to
day from a ten days' trip up the Mc
Kenzie. Quite a number of people from this
oitv attended the picuic at Pleasant
Student Law sou ltradlev left on a
bicycle for his home at Mtdford this
llulp'.i Whliple came down from
Cottage Urove ou bis wheel this
Mrs J S Medley and Miss Howe II.iu
son came down from Cottage Urove
S Duer and sons have just finished
delivering 60 cords or wood fir the Eu
gene ice factory.
A marriage liceiise was granted this
afternoon by tho county clerk to J I)
Kuiuey and Amy Lilian Philipl.
A cur of race horses were shipped
from Eugene lost eveuing. Sophie K,
the pacer, was among the uumber.
Chester D Edwards, of the Guard,
went to Drain this afternoon to visit
his best girl and hear the baccalaureate
Notice change In Peters' advertise
ment in this evening's paper, lie is
still selling goods at greatly reduced
Rev Geo D Needy and Bishop J S
Mills went to Philomath today to at
tend the commencement exercises of
Philomath collsge. Ilev Needy will
deliver I he sermon tomorrow.
Mis-i Leu ii Weidemau presented tU
otllce wilhB choice bouquet of beauti
ful Mareschal Neil roses this morning.
They make a Tery pretty table orna
ment and are highly appreciated.
Ashland Tidings: President C II
Chapman, of the Slate University,
came out from Eugene yesterday to
deliver the address at N'onuul school
commencement exercises last evening.
Slate Organizer Mellonry of the
Woodmen of the World, who paid Co
burg Camp a visit last night, was iu
the city a few hours this morning be
fore taking the train home to Portland.
Claude Davis returned from Browns
ville last eveuing. Chas Dvis and
Will Klce remained and will lake
their supplies to Halaey, where they
will conduct a stand at apicnionext
Hon S M Yoran. J L Page and B D
Paine returned from Portland last
night, where they had been in at
tendance upon the Masonic grand
lodge. J K Robinson ami family will
Thanks to Joseph Huddleston, Mo
hawk's republican boss, for a bottle of
Ping Yang blackberry braudy. No
wonder he captured the primaries
with such an article or commerce.
Baker City Republican: Florence,
Laue county, ladies are probsbly the
most hosnl table and generous In Ore
gon. They served hot corlee and
sandwiches to all voters, free rroni
charge, ou t lection day.
A couple or full growu men kissed
each ether in the otllce orthetiott-
man House yesterday afternoon, to
the consternation of the hystauders.
Still they have the wine right in this
directiou that the ladies have.
As heretofore published Driver re
cleved a majority of 30 over Skip
worth. Au error has been discovered
In l.hesher Drecinct which increases
Sklpworth's vote In that precinct to 25
thereby reaucuig driver uinjiimjr iu
The GAR encampment at Inde
pendence elected J W Burllngume as
delegate-at-Iarge to the national en
campment and E F Chapman was re
elected as one of the council of admin
istration. The next state encamp
ment will be held at Independence
'I'lw, annual caumineetlng of
IheChrislittii church will open June
Itlth at Turner and continue ten days.
The Salem Statesman says: "The
singing throughout the oouventlon
will lie led by the Utopian double
noiirtet ol Eugene, a well trained
organization that will add much to
the enjoyment and beauty of the
Will Tkavel A Jacksonville cor
,u.,u..,,l..iit writes as follows to the
Medford Monitor: "Fletcher Linn,
son of David Linn, and formerly a
resident of Jacksonville has with
drawn from the firm or Linn & Kays,
of Eugene, and will take the road for
the Oregon Furniture Manii'm-turlng
Co of Portland. Mr Linn ha been In
the furniture and undertaking busi
ness atiout six years First In part
nership with Iti.bt Moore now or i'ort
land, then under the head or
tin.s . ami of later Linn & Kays.
work cover the territory, Washington,
Idaho, Oregon and Northern Cal. Mrs
Linn will remain in Eugene until
after the commencement exercises of
the State University, In which she
takes a prominent part in the musical
program. Their ruture home will be
,, uuinli , ,
Tho circuit court trial Jury was d is
charged t.y Judge Fullerton 'this after-
,,,K, at 2 o'clock.
0 In re assignment or 0 M Jackson:
"""W'timcnt. Continued to adjourned
'u Harrlnburg Mercantile Co vs
Corson and Ida M Corson; appeal
from Jus. ice's court. Cominued.
21 Isaac Gray vs Aaron ( inl.lmith
ft al; equity. Continued.
-- In tv-asignmcni: of 11 N I rain
assignment. niml reH.it approved
ami assign. uiscuargeu.
23 Jus K Keunerly, administrator,
vs Flank Mciignz; to recover projwrty.
SI John D Ki-nnedy vs Nnn:y J
Stowell, i t al; foreclosure. lVcree for
(772.3, Interest at X per cent nmi (7A
A!) Geo Ibiiley and (Edward llaitey
vs W J Dlngcs, it at; foreclosure. Con
tinued. l'i!j UllnrU. Ju'lc 11.
17 A P Crow vs L F Crow; divorce.
Taken under advisement.
li'J Thomas M Burger, adiii. estate
of Win B Bsrger, deed, v T O Hen
dricks, et al, adm estate of Joseph
Bailey, deed; continuation. He-argued
60 E L Smith vs N It Taliafem;
Injunction. Argued and submitted.
Siate or Oregon vs W T Heed; In
dicted for buying and truiitqiorliug liHl
deerskins. Dismis-ed on motion ol
At tills time the court approved the
bill of Geo M Brown, distr.ct attorney,
a follows: Six dars' attendance in
court, 10; slate vs E J McClaiiuhun,
Indictment No I, (10; t-oinuillnu on
line, "i; state vs E J McC'liinaliau. In
dictment No 2, (10; commission on
tine, (2 .VI; state vs John Foster and
John Martin, i'; dismissed Indict
ment No '1 Male vs John Foster and
John Martin, ussamt and battery, (";
dismissed indictment ttttc vs W T
Reed, (, di-nni-sed indictment slate
vs John Martin and John Foster, us
fault with Intent to rob, (7 .60. Total
N E Markley defending Foster
and Johnson (2i no
A H Met 'lure grand jury Imllill .. 12 00
W II Lincoln court t ailitt IS no
J T Wilson co-irt bailitr. IS 00
Court adjourned until July 2.ird to
hear a nuniU'r of eqiii y cus.
.Mrs l.owry of Eugene clowd her
fourth term of school at this place lust
Fridav. The day was spent plciisunt
ly with songs, declamations, recita
tions and dialogues. Mrs Low ry has
given general satisfaction and the di
rectors have seen 111 to continue tt e
school as the district has a surplus of
money ou hand.
The Junction and Ltucuiter base
ball clubs played a match game at tills
place last Friday alieruooii. During
the game Alvlu Judson had his nose
mashed and his face badly bruised.
Several from this plaeo attended tho
piomoat llalsey Saturday.
The recent ralus have Is-en an ad
vantage to gardens and grain.
Jeff Howard is confined tohlsbed
News has reached this place that
Green Hichardsoii who recently went
to Eustcru Oregon has been seriously
hurt by a frightened broueo. Mr
Hlchanlson is one or the ourtr that
went with Frank Hyland for a band or
200 head or horses belonging to the Co'
Children's Day wa observed at this
place last Sunday. All were highly
pleased with the manner In which
the assistant superintendent, Mrs
Scuenck, conducted the school. Miss
Anna Campbell deserves praise Tor the
munuei iu which slio conducted the
exercises or the litt'e folks during the
Rev A I) Skagg-i commenced a
meeting here Monday evening ami
will continue it all week.
Hops are now growing fast but there
Is very little encouragement to me
growers this year.
Most ull tho farmers in these parts
ate maMng preparations to store their
wheal at home this year. There will
be a netitiou circulated among tho
wheat raisers not to store with the
mills, especially those that are In the
"What Is the reason those stockings
of mine are not darned?" Asked the
emancipated woman, as she sta ted
"I lieg your pardo.i, dear," said the
new husband amilogetlcally, "but I
bum my lingers so badly Ironing your
skirts that 1 cannot lioiu a darning
needle." New lork World.
Oi.n Timk Circth. Salem Journal
The old timer says the circus today Is
a very good show, but nothing like
what the v used to see In Oregon M or
30 yean ago. "In them daysaclrcua
whs the hiirm-st thing on vartli. We
couldn't hold a statu fair al Salem and
vet a crowd w ithout a circus. Money
was plenty, and there were not so
manv wavs to snend it. We had no
state militia, but all were safe and
happy. People packed up and ramped
ik'lil along Willi the circus a week at
a time, and 'tended the show tw ice a
dav. besides taking in the side shows
and lemonade stands, between times.
Talk about Hounding money to get
Eastern immigration and bring people
to Salem! What we want lo make
Salem a live town, is lo hire a circus
tostav hero all the time." And the
old tuner sighed hard.
AUK CoMIsi.-Slcm Statesman:
Sells Bros and Forepatigh's great cir
cus will l at SHlem about the last
week in July. Sixty-live car are
required to transport the aggregation
,l its r.aranliernaha. Wallace's clr-
i eus Is billed to be at Baker City on the
2.'ld Inst and will go inrougii r.asiern
Oregon and Washington, mnmm u
eoineuplho Willamette valicy ahead
of the llrsl named circus the trip
would have to be miido by boats as the
S P railroad company is bound by
written agreement to not htul any
circus train over the r..a I Is fore the
Sells out lit.
THE LATEST FROM ST. LOUIS
s Favor -i llulJ
riau Is nail.
;v:ul lo Hi CCiHii
Sr. Lou, Mo., June 13. A conf. r
ence ol McKlnley's Western friends,
Kolil.aat, editor or tho I hlcago Her
ald, ( ioveruor Merriam of Minnesota
and Mvrou T Hvrrick of Cleveland,
resolved in favor of a gold platform
Plait of New York wive the nation
al committee is riding rough shod over
all. He demands gold platform: the
seating or his delegates, and no Inter
ference w it h the stale organization In
tho campaign; demands that Quay
keep his promise. Quay says he will
but he is not believed.
Fesrtchdcu of Muine is iMsgusted
with Manley'a treachery to Reed.
Heed, .Morton and Allison are cer
tain to be placed In nomination.
A log tight Is ou against eigtit of
Piatt's delegates by Cornelius Bliss
ami Whitelaw Rehl.
At this time the court considered and
allowed the claim of Warren Nichols
for services as r.md suiH-rvlsor of dis
trict No I, Laue county, In the sum or
(11.60 and e'erk ordered to draw war
rant ou geniT'.l fund In payment
In the mutter of the tl W Turuhow
roud in section 3J township 16 south,
range.) west. Al ll. Is time tins in li
ter came ou to Ik' heard ou the second
reading of the re.oit of the viewers
therefore aiUKilnted to vew said road
and said report being favorable und ull
papers pn pcriy tiled ami no claim lot
damages having been prcH'litcd, it Is
tlicrelore ordered by the court that the
said road be established and declared
a public road as viewed and surveed,
and the road suncrvlsors through
w boe districts said road Is established
are hereby ordeied to open the same
and put raid road in good condition
for public travel.
In the matter of the Hal road iu
sect in.. 14, township 1(3 south, range 6
end. Al this llini Geo T Hull and 16
others p'esented a petition for u view
and suivey of said proposed road and
no remonstrance having been pre
sented, it Is hereby ordered by the
court that said petition be giauted und
Stephen Snieed, Frank Post, C H
IKeker be and they nro hereby np
pointnl viewers mid C M Collier sur
veyor to n. eel at the licgiuiug point
on July 2, lS'.M, to vhw und survey
In the mutter of the Wm T Camp
bell roud In townships 2, 3, 4, 6 and 0
south, range 10 east. At tills time
Win T Campbell ami .12 others pre
sented a petition for a view and a sur
vey of s'lid proposed road and no re
moiistuuncc having been presented, it
is hereby ordered by the court that
said is'titiou be granted and Meiihen
Snieed, Frank Post and C H Decker
la und are hereby appointed Vlewels
and C M Collier surveyor lo meet al
llio beginning point on June 20, lMki,
to view and survey the same.
At tli'.s time the court considered
and allowed the following bills and
clerk ordered to draw warrants ou the
general fond, therefor:
A II Fisk county iudge salary
for May 0 W
J G Grav county treasurer salary
for May 41 Go
J U (Stevenson county school
supt salary for May 50 00
A J Johnson slierin salary lor
May 100 06
In the matter of the claim tor (luiu
agin or Douglas A Co ror location or
county road. At this umoinocouri
considered the claim for damages of
Douglas A Co caused by the location
or 11 D Edwards road, through his
premises in township IS south, range
2 west, and the same Was not allowed
for the reason that si Id claimants were
petitioners for the location or said
Iu the matter of tho W W Hawley
road in township 21 siuth ran go 1
west. At this time this matter came
on to be heard on tho report of the
viewers and surveyor heretofore ap
pointed and said report was read flnt
time and passed to second reading to
morrow. In the matter or G W Tiirnbrow
road In section 30, tow nship 1 south,
range 6 west. At this time this mat
ter came on to be heard and the reports
were read first time and passed to
second reading tomorrow.
In the matter of tho claim for dam
ages by Chas I Gorrlo for locution of
county mad. At this time the court
considered the claim ror dumuges or
Charles I Gorrie caused by the location
or the II I) Edwards road In township
IS south, range 2 west, through his
premises, the same whs not allowed
ror the reason that said claimant was a
petitioner for tho location of said roud.
In the mutter ol the II I) Edwards
road In tp 17 and ISs, r 2 w. At this
time this matter came on ror further
consideration and was rend the second
time and having been continued from
the May term, and the claims Tor
damages having liven disallowed, It is
therefore ordered by the court that the
nraverof netltioners be allowed and It
is riirthor ordered by the court that
said road be and Is hereby declared a
public highway as prayed mr, and the
supervisor through whoso district said
road is located Is ordered to open the
same, and place tho same in good con
dition for publio travel.
OkahcatioS. The twenty-sixth
annual commeiicment exercises of
the Oregon slute ogricultural college at
Corvallis will Is) held on Wednesday,
tl,,. 'Mil. IhnL The address to tho
graduating elas will le made by Hon
J K Wcalherfor.l, of Albany, and
State Superintendent Irwin will de
liver the stute teachers' diplomas.
The victory or Mr E L Moiloeklu
Morrow county, In defeating Mr Rood
Tor the oil lee o'f sheriff, is a testimonial
of Ids popularity and standing Iu that
community. Two years ago. the dem
ocratic candidate for sh'Till" received
oi.lv :Viout of a total ol I UK) votes In
the co'iutv. This year Mr Matlock
received 610, nearly hull the totul vole
cast, and glvlmr liiin a plurality over
his republican opponent of M'l.and
over tho populist candidate. 200 plu
niiy-four Members of Hie Public
Srliools lten.lv f r lllglur
IV Ids lr Kuuwled.e.
t'si'.j CnsM, June 1-!.
Th" graduating exercists of the Eu
gene publio scIumjIs were held In Par
ker's opera house last evening. They
were attended by a large numU-r of
friends and patrons of the school.
Before eight o'clock, the lime for
opening the exercises, hud arrived
every seat ami ull standing room It.
tho bouse was taken and many were
Couivelled lo turn away.
The nulloiittl colors were iirof.isoIy
displayed in the building. The room
was trimmed willi bunting, while
hundreds or small Mags decoiated all
purls of it. Tho largo public school
(lag served as a background In the rear
of the stage. Perhaps u larger and
more complete collection or llowors
lhau the one las night was never m-en
ut a f ublio school exhibition In Ibis
city. Hundreds or beautifully-designed
bouquets of tho handsomest
(lowers were brought theio for the
momtien of tho class A slightly-raist-d
moss-covered elevation had
been I in nro vised across Ihe rront or the
slum. 1 lest inr ilium ami muoo oi
roses were the words, "t lass ol ".m.
suMvcnded directly over Ibis and
across the stage was some display or
the elites color cream and red. tin
the drais-ry in letters of gold were the
words, " i tins e mis our ursi icssou.
Tho memliers of the class 61 in
number were seated Uu tho stage.
Each one wore the class colors and
prvlty bouquets or llowers. Owing to
iliu Isrifesie or the- class only eleven
or Its member were permitted lo have
essays, but nearly every member ap-
la-areil upon the program ai s.nuu mm-
during the evening. 1". Wayne tis-
burn had the class prophecy ami uui
well. Miss Eleanoro W atkins deliver
ed lint valedictory in a touching man
lier. Tho llower drill, Ihe rcuri ami
the muslo were all highly iippieclated
by the audience. The e-says wen- all
excellent productions for minds of so
young an ago. Th program v. hlch is
loo long for individual mention is as
Invocation Dr D E Loverldge
Music Instrumental Duet
Cecilo Adams and Amelia Horn.
Invocation lo Flag By Class
Kuv Gusslo J Baldwin
"Power or Kindness."
Ks av Cluiido A Pengra
""Napoleon as a General."
Essay la L Craig
"Journey or a Llitlo Brook."
Music i'earl Hawthorne
. i a it, I w I,. h'nlrv Polkn.
Kssav Joel It H Ware
'Battle or Gettysburg."
Kiiy E Paulino Walton
"Power of Words."
Ir Harvey B Densmore
Dtnny Pearl Luckey
Instrumental Solo Daisy D Dillurd
K.-mv Kuby V Hendricks
Kssny Coleridge McF.lroy
Kanny "die Kevney
Snug R.V C'luss
Kssav Stella C Wilkinson
"Power of tho Public School."
Prophecy F Woyno Oshurn
Valedictory Eleanore Watkins
Address Prof E II McAllster
Heuiark By Prof D V H Held
illation of Celtillcutes.
Song By the Class
.....ll I !., ,.l. II
Flower Drill, by 10 girls of the class.
Duet Soldo Iluum and Miss Hull
Scar.' Drill, by seven girls of tho class,
I he following persons coiiiiwihi me
class or 181HI:
lisl.lwln, (iimale J.
Ilisl.l.sni, l'ins O.
!.(. i irs T.
Mi-l'Uiishsin, Kit. K
Mlll.-r, Msl.la 11.
MiniiiiisT, Klliol U.
Cimk-Isii'I, Bo.lle E.
rain, lus u
lipaionimi, uirvty u.
tKliurn, K Wsyns.
IMIIi.nl, lislsv l.
IMIIsM. rrsnk V. Psrtrl.lKs. Emily U.
i(.lisl.lill, I hsrlM II. ratters.,!,. Ilsrrl.-llu
Kli'innilnii, w line II. rsiwmiii. joiiiiio .
Koator. N.-IIU A.
r.-uirrii, t isu.i a.
rutin, John H
I'rllelielt, Cars V.
rilU-livU, Msry K.
Kvl.l, lAwrtmi-a A.
1 hurst. in. hsianel K
(iriin, llslls K
Usui, Nannie K.
Ilsik.-ltr, Merilo ('.
llutulrleka, K.lms I..
Kubj V. Trsvti, i'sri) lo T.
irsvia, r.o r.
Vlnrsiil, K.lythe A.
Wslliin, K I'siillns.
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Jeniiliixa, Ileitis M.
l4inil, Nsniilo M.
i.v.ina, alsn.lo K.
Vtt, ( lisrlli, It.
Wilkinson. Htells C.
W llluughliy, llajr ll.
A LIblir SENl'ESCK.
The Tno llohos Sentencfd to
Year Kuch Iu the Pen
Daily OuarJ, June ''
Shortly before noon today Judge
Fullerton passed sentence on tho two
hohoH, John rosier ami jouii manin,
convlctetl of tho crime or sodomy, glv
loir each two Years iu tho stale mml
tentlarv. Tho iirisoners will probably
bej taken to Salem by Sherlll' John
sou Monday. He will be uccompttiilud
bv H It Williams as guard.
Considering tho crime and the ver
dict tendered by the Jury tho aenleuce
Is a light one, ami many navo ex
pressed themselves as or the opinion
that tho prisoners should have been
riven the full benefit or tho law. The
iurv was out only a short time and
nromntlv returned a verdict or guilty
as charged without any recommenda-
t ion of merry. I lie highest iienuny
that could have liecn given Ih live
years in the penitentiary.
II..IU.I fll-T 1,1 Ill'MlNKHM. J I) Mat
lockACoaro advertising to close out
their large slock oi mercantile gcsis
in n.ianiiv Ow-ioir to I lii, ill condi
tion of tho health of hi family Mr
Matlock has decided to remove lo a
new locution with tho hope that they
will bo benelllted by th chullge,
1 1 ti lifts
APIs tint vl,i .l....,l. il hs lo their new lo
cation but will probably seek a dryer
Deny ouanl, June la.
Rki-ohm Sciioob. Charles Brallh-
wuite, aged 15 years, and whoso lather
Is a .Mormon ami lives ui moini, i mo
wns ordered sent to tho reform schoo
at Sulem toduv by Judge Fisk. He
was wllii llio two holsst w ho were
I sentenced t tho iH-nlU-ntlary Ibis
morning. J M Williams w ill take the
I youth toS ilcm tomorrow.
Hi JllN.W ILLK CUI.I.1.1.K ( 11 IN -ICS.
Key. II. I,, lioiirdiiiau of tliU City
Is Its New President ami Miss
Alice I'orrls I Teacher
of Modern Lan
guages. A tt-lut; '1 1 1." dlpatch states the
faculty of llio Baptist collogo at Me
Miunville, after moving along with
tho corps of teachers for six ycais, has
r.t lal umleri.ouo radical changes.
President Biow us.in, w' o Ims held llio
chair, w.is assigned to California col
lege, 111 ( laklaud. I lev II L Board
man of this city wos elected to supply
I he corrcspent says: "When it te
cumo known after the ilismissal of the
audience, that Hev II L Boardmau
had Iss'll elected and hud accepted the
ssitlon, another period of speech
making followed. The students showed
great eulhuslasui, and make sure that
tho school will havo an excellent suc
cess under the new administration.
Mr. llnaMinuli is ail old student or tho
college, and has a host or trleud
among the old students."
Miss Alice iMrris of this city wa
elected lo tho chair of modern lan
guages. Miss Dorris is a graduate of
llio University of Oregon, class of '82,
and has taught for a niiinls r of years
In the public schools of this city, mid
also In the public schools ol Ashland
und of Taivnia, Washington. Hlio I
thoroughly competent to 1111 the posi
tion to which she husjust been elected.
luesday night, says the dispatch,
tho student's reunion was held with
an address iu the chapel by Hev 11 L
Boardmau, and other Interesting ex
ercises. Mr Itoar.luian is a mcmlier of
llielsmrdof regent and has been at
tending the couiiiHiiiceuieiit exercises
of the college.
Junction ( ity Items.
Times, Julia 13.
Emmet Butler bus returned and has
charge or the tligltics at this place.
Dr Oglcshy has Ihvu con lined to his
r.Miin during tho past week. We trust
he will soon bo out again.
Judgo-ehrt Potter, of Eugene, was
hero Monday and received the con
gratulations of his many friends.
Tho band boys uro practicing new
m.isiu ror tho 4th. They wlllfornlsh
Eugene with excellent inuslo and lots
V W Washhumo left Wednesday
for Washington to look after his laud
and stock Interests In that state. He
cxMcts) to bo absent about four
The M E church at this nluee which
was sold at sherill's sale was bid In by
the Hurrlstiurg Luiiilsr Co, which
firm represented tho numerous other
l'.lg llooiii In .Vtutkfl.
They are having real old Mil times
ut Juneau In Alaska. Mr McDullla
or Portland, who has just returned
from there, siys llio town has L'uuu in
habitants and SS saloons. Men, wo
men and children run ull night and
sleep in daytime. Gambling houses,
dance-hulls and worse uro in lull blast
ull the hotels are crammod full, and
steamers come In loaded to tho guards
with ot her adventurers. To get to the
mines from Juneau requires six week
of travel ou sledges drawn by hand or
by dog teams. Each party carries six
months' provisions, a sheut iron siovh
audshlpsaw. When they reuoli the
upper ukon they cut down trees,
whipsaw lumber, build boats and float
dowu to the mines. Tho report that
laborers are getting ten dollars a day
with nlwiitv or work might bo im
proved by eon Urination.
Tins YouNdKsr Mfviikhh. A Sa
lem oorreaiMUidcnt wiiles to tho Ore-
gonlan to Inquire "the nume and age
of the youngest memliers of the house
and senate or Iregnu ror the past four
sea Ions." Unfortunately, there are no
records from which to establish a cur
tain roidy. itcprescutattve Wilkin
son, of l.ane county was suppose to oe
the youngest member of the session or
1HUJ. (senator Joiinsou oi i.inn coun
ty, who was born In IH07, was un
doubtedly the youngest senator of the
lHiio session, and win likely nave me
same distinction In 1H07. Representa
tive Jellrey, the populist "boy orator,"
was supposed to lie the youngest mem
ber or the house or 1HU.I, having lieen
Isirn In 1WIU, hut the "blue book" In
forms us that Representative .George
Rlnearsoii was only 24 years old In
lsu'i. so he was the youngest. Repre
sentative John Oratke is said to lie tho
youngest memlier-elcct or tho house.
Mo halls rrom Liaison county, ana in
ago Is about 23.
Anotiikh Tik, In C!ims county the
dcmociatlc and populist candidates ror
tho Icgisiuturu are ilea mr repre
sentative, each ri'celvlng H7II votes,
while the renuhlican recuivoa uu. tu
regard to the mailer the Cooa Bay
News says: "With regard to the tie
between Buckman and Bctihutt for
the legislature, Mr. Buckmuu has ex
pressed a determination to contest the
the votes, If certain representations
which he siys havo been made to him
are correct, or look reasonable, and as
J W Is not willing to except tho rspre
sonlatlveslilp on any technical advau
tago to lm derived by a contest, there
is only one cnurso opened so fur aa h
Is concerned, and thut will be to run
it over. Tho News is quite confident
that there Is but one way to settle the
matter, and that Is by another race, a
it Is contemplated by section 2.r.18, page
1181, Hills Code, Oregon Laws."
llally (iuar.l, Juno 1.'.
TiikTbain Hkkk. The train to bo
used In the shipment of the cattle from
this city to Montana, arrived hero last
night. There aro 21 cuttle ears in tho
train. Tim cut lie were to have been
shipped today, but ow lug to some de
lay they are not ull here yet and the
train will not
be loaded until touior-
DlKD. James Pltzer, aged about H8
years, died of consumption at his homo
near Thurston, Juno 1.1, IWHI. Dc
ceaaed leuvi s a wife and twd children.
Tho funeral will be held tomorrow and
the remains Interred In the Masonic,
cemetery at 10 o'lock a m.
Rons. Near this rity, June 13,
1800, lo the wife of Wm D.irroch, a