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KmBLIMIF.n FOR TDE DIMEimTIO) OF DElOCRlTir PRINCIPLES, ASP TO F1R.1 4 OOXEKT BY TUB HUT OF 01 R BROW
EUGKNK, OK., SATURDAY, JUNE. 0 1807.
JfEEKLY EUGENE GUM
1 CA.ni'Iil-LU, kudi-isiii;
i,tf f Vv illaniolie
.-.11 wt K
Lrtising rates made known
f on application.
letter, to Ul'ARD,
Sl batches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
i.UUlNd PBOMPTLY DON E.
t w. BROWN, M. D.
k c. cassis.
;jlllTE AND MARBLE WORKS.
.,;u. and New ''f10' ln I',rel'" nd
,c Marble Oraulte, Mouumeuls.
t u,..i.t..,u-sad (Vmoterr work of
I ,11 kinds lor W..
ti;mM su.fl. near IVstofflee. Ensene. Of
i-iHi.' l-ull block fouth of Cbrismaiia
Kt't. KN K,
N. E. Maiiklky.
Kinsey & Markley,
folmenial and Probate BunlneM a !.-
in CIm-man lllock.
cacTlTwAlION, N. E. MARELET
p. a tic.
civ in w
iii all the a irt of UiU
!tn l lock.
B. D. PAINE. F
e Loan and Saras
Of J'ugene, Oregon.
cTni.s- II .A. I'aIiic, J. I). Harris, J. K
.tri.. II 1'. I'hIiiv. W. K. Brown, J. K.
iKjI.i .miii, v. v. Ostium.
fill B3 C-Dilal.
Srcral B i rkrt hints 1itmiil
Ink it ;:,.,, I mi time ili'iolU.
Ct r.i. 'iiM' .'.ru-ti.il lo our euro will receive
?TP1 I tUt-liti- J,,
1 mr.Ass, Aaic'iitant Caaliier.
r& ,( n ii ash lanital 5().();t(
Surplus is! Profits, $50.0110
tene - Oregon
AffUT! ' .liking hnHln.MU InltA on rm'iU"
';' "" ' ht InifU on XKW V"HK,
JUJj V'i i,- rf.ANCIS :)nl 1MIH-
' ".-t . u. a .1,1 n f..reVa ".ii.it.i"
t t i riKk or rti'
Ue County Bank.
(Katabllihed ln 188ZI
general Banking business
!all branches transacted on
A. O. HdVEY, Prvsideii'.
J M. A It It A MS, (U-hier
; 'IDVKY' Jk.. Asst Cshf.
P E Sm
Hcciitary Klncalil returned lo Sulem
Col 8 I'
Madilfii, of I'linluml, U In
Jllili Kull. fl.iii crtine d.iwn on tliia
inoni im'H local.
I'rof I) V H Itoid
pal. I I'ortlaii.J a
C II HokIit, of Coquilltf Clly wan In
Euppi e ycfU'idtiy.
Culllo curn fill I eiiine in to the S V
yarili of Uiih tliy.
M Iliown, u .roiuiut'iit Priiu villi'
t'it'Uill:ill, i III Kllkfliv.
Mm A SloirolcN went In lier (iotlun
I om ' on Iho o n ,,,. ,
M-a W V llaliif niuriitf l
from a vit.it ui 'orv!IU.
Kranlt Mt'AliHler uuh t'litiii iroiu
(.'iillnuo lirove for u Sunday visit.
Dihlrni Attorney W K Yattn. of
I'oivallii. hpciit Suiiilny in Euje e.
Ju.lo W S McFaillon cin uji
f om Corvallii on IliM Hi-eluirrf 'ooiil
Mriind .Mrs V It Andrew returned
loduy Iroiu nn over Sunday visit ui
t ol Isn't, (irove.
Mi-H I'.lva (iulloUHV, of Medlord, ii
f ruier 1' of O, htudent U in Ktitt ne
for a eimiiiifiifeuii'iit visit.
linn S M Ynriin and Jas. F Jl-iipin-
sou a e in roitlHiid ittiendili I lie
K r ml I. de A F & A M.
Mits I.uur.i A'tHhi dir. ol CorvidliH
ariivtd tins Hflirnoou mid ii II, e
tu.si of Miss (telle Itrovn.
Miss Louise Sout Ii wick, of Salem, is
vihiiini: with relatives In Eugene, Mr
ui d Mrs Edgar Farringiou.
linn 1) 1" TliouipMiu relumed to his
home in Portland yesterday moriiiug.
He will return lu re Tueaday.
Judue Fullerton Informs us that Dr
J 1 1 until to i, of Hit-eiiuig, is quite sick,
lull was a .me be ter yesterday.
Dr Charltf E Locke, returned to his
home ut Portland today. His hort
visit here ha heen a very pleaaaut
John Cogswell went to Portland
this morning to attend lli annual
meeting ol the Oregon Pioneer Associa
Mrs C P Bishop, of Salem, is a guet
at the home of A K Patterson, on
High street during commeiicemei t :
Assessor D P Ilurton has returned to
Eiiuene having completed the assess
ment work of the Cottage Grove dis
tricts. Miss Marie Louise Iturlght, professor
of ((locution of the U of O, started this
moniinif for New York where he will
spend a portion of the summer
Mrs Uosa It .1 lack, ami ami duughter
ami Miss Bertha Goldsmith arriveil
up from Oregon Cily yesterday and
w.ll spend the week at the home f A
An assassin attempted the life of
Prtsident Faure of the French repub
lic yesterday. He exploded a uoinli
made of a pi"Ce of pipe, but no one
was injured hy the explosion.
Florence Weit: The boom and pile
driver lielongiiii; ti theSiuoiiw li-n
b ri Booming 'o. was sold Una eck
at shentl's Kile to r. K Ileiiedicl.
Kosh Mail.ews is an applicant for
principal of i he Fossil, Oregon pill. lie
school. We liu-t hf will lie elecl. u as
he is one of ill'-' hading teiichera in
Hon J Fa ley Watson died in Pott
la..d ato o'clock Saturday evening
... . t ,1... ii.wt
ag-.l )7 ) ears, iiewis one oi mr
tudellis of old Columbia college.
which stood on Iho lull ju-t loulli of
Eugene, ami held the portion of pros-
. -t !. ... . .f
editing attorney nun circini iiumr
this dial net ut one time.
Floren. e West: Dr J C Gisy has
been doing dental work at III" Monis
Ho el Hie pa-l week and has l.nl been
Idle a mi"U'e. He goes to Maplelo
Hund. where he will remain a con pU
of dnys la-fore retui nlng to ICtiuene
)i Gray will rteelve a warm wnlcoii e
by those who have dental work to lo
w he. evvi he can come lo Florence to
to work at lil" profession.
Piineville Heview: Souimerviile A
Un.ui. nassed llirouiih here last Fri-
mornii 1 11 lleeu o".
SiH) head of cattle, yearlings aoo v-.-vear-olds
bought III the Willame 'e
v.ll.y and ate being taken to the"
.toek ranch en Ihe d.,utu Fork ol lh-
.., i .......
John Day. They were a fine lot
cattle and were in giMMl con.lilion.
iiU QasM, June l'1
t.k fuli F SlIKfP
....i... I. ...led a train with
. for s.:ltioent t' Kans .s ..
v.i.r...i.- Several c rs were 1 1 1
Ul ( 'reawell, I
here and more
oep were isrtii "
will Iteadtled from
jjiit Guard. Jan 15.
Dikd.-E J Frelr yester'v
liisiu receUOl 0
dispatch from hi
luoOer had dud
i., thai citv O.e day btfore
. i.'.a an.il.l U on Ihi- morn
to Tac ma V b
iron entoU 6
Mr F W'O
U sad party
lit Tiil-fet Anna j I Cmiiiiitiiw.
mult L'xi'rtisfs of the Uiiivriiitv
of hm Have CunmifDfi'J.
I lir llarcnlaiirrale Urdimn.
The opening exercises of the twem
ty lir.-t annual commencement of Ite
L'niv, rally of Ore ... commenced Si,,.-1
lay, Jun- 1J. under auspices that augur
will or the pneet dings of the eutiie
The opining day with the bucca
letiurate set un.li, grand in lis conce .
lion, 11 : It-. I with lofty ideals, and In
spl.ed by the tioblit tlinl.glit that
anse from such a lime, together witli
music Unit lllls one Willi .be purest of
aciiMmclits leaves ail illipre.-s that is
lasting in Us ell'.cl.
The choius was con tilled lj W
(iitlord Nnsh of the musical eoliserva
ton, uecomp nied ly Mrs E
i. I. .no, piano, uud Mi.- Itenetta
Afler the piellltle, "Largo ' ll'indcl,
t be an lieiiec arose while the l xology
wss..ng, tollowitlby thehyinii, " I lie
Spacious Firuiauii lit." 1 In.lv i , by the
T e invocation uns tin n pion. unc.il
by Uev J I' Ahhett, pastor of the M E
church. Following this was (he
hymn, 'Tliso frowned Willi Light,"
Lw II; the reading of Hie scripture by
I!. V 11 C Brooks, p:ntor of the t'ongre
g:l ional church; soprituo solo, "My
Hcait Ever Faithlui," J S Itneh, ly
Eugeut's favoiiic sol Mis It ','
Biook-; prayer by Kev Win 6 Gilbert,
pa-tor of the First Prcthy tei inn t bun h
Hiillebijal. chorus, 'Mis-iali," Han
del; following wliicli w us I lo. bacca
lennr.it e seiiuoii by It v t hai It s E
Locke, D D, puMor of the Tuyior
stuel M 10 ihuicli, of Porllaml, Ore
gon. Taking us hi ' subject "The Heavenly
Vision," ut the opening of his sermon,
Dr Locke quoted from Paul's defense
before Agrippa, the following: "Where
upon, O King Agrippa, I was not lis
o..e.lleiit unto the heavenly vision,"
Acts L'Od'.i. Follow ing dow n from the
tunc that the noy, SiUl of Tarsus, saw
the martyr, Siepht u, put to death for
proclaiming that in a vision he had
seen his Lord, the scene 3J years later
clauses to the palace of Feslus it
Caesureti, btoughl ubout ly the te
mark ol Ft st us to Agrippa, then his
guest, that in one of the dungeons oi
I be palace lie had a curious prisoner
whose fanatical conscientiousness was
a marvel. The visiting king express
ing a desire to see the rental kuble pris
oner, an attendant was summoned to
bring him in, when ahorily the por
t ir. s opened and with l lie stride ol a
ooiiqtuu r. Paul, die center ofmaguill
cent influences of the ct nnng Christ,
stood before them, and here was pre
sen led that mastcrpc ice hunlliar to all,
Paul's deleioe before Agiippa.
In the discussion of his theme Dr
Locke presented the Idea that God has
a d.slinct individual care ovel every
thing that Is made, ami that the Up
wurd look to him cannot but brine,
luilh; lliat in the pas. science ami
religion were divergent, but that a
Iraiisvelsion was being accomplished,
the result of broadening of thought,
and science was becoming religious,
lie slated that (Volution Would not III
1 1 io pa-l have been considered so anil
t biistiuii, had a coucivlion of ila true
relist' been doiuinalii; that evolution
0. gun utter God, ntil before; that evo
lull. .n jnd theology weie not identi
cal, but that by ascieliUho process the
in) stei tea ol all achievt munt labs back
to God. The iiistllicl which causes the
lower unimuls to do what is essential
to their existence la but the expression
of God in his litis.) uie control of the
UIHVe se. Ju like seli-e, it being Ulidis
puu-d that the l.aiurul slate of limit, r
is nit Mia, God has set the el. lire UlU
Veise to revolving Hi tlie cycle of har
mony and giacelul acli.ui Unit on y
could be accomplished by the fone of
mind uud spirit over matter.
Taking the step from this siatelm tit
1. 1 I he mors pract cal urgumeiil that
God is part ictiiur concerning man, the
l ul e showed thai li. all is tin. Inspir
ation I G.al's w ork tsdiiK iiia'V in his
nni.!e ami )l a woik ia Very good; thai
all thing" aie under luu. 'a loot, all. I
n t a folC bus btt-i. discovered that
mall ia liot halldlll g. That it the
miracle of moving inert matter, I. e.,
t e universe, wus accomplished, then
ll was not more of a miracle that he
l.ould come to carlo, ami be bom In a
,,ng. r, am
all Ibis for until 'I he
know le.lne of llie past
1 i-....n, the
and ' he expeciat i"ii oi uir iu u.
0 ntiate t Iii moment upon you. Con
tinuing the speaker said be d.d not
be leve that the G sl which would give
to the lee its honey or the flower its
. . . . . .... . t . , .. i u
; fragranee would create a man without
a soul. I hat lie mane man as near
divine as He durid at H al time; that
, He ma I- inHii to I a go.l ami that If
i wa wer. .,i, to . st t.U animal naiura
we would U.b-ife. In.'e.tl i f slares,
tUatC h .-i wn-t t to . s i s an exm
le of .r l.i'e-t r. nc-p l-n. in
lteCoudc..n.. gof bri.t sb.uld U lo
, our hearts. The iossihilitiei to be
j reached by those w ho tr to be gvxl
are Illimitable. God in the fulness of
J ser ultra the hearts of those who
' C'inscieiiti iusly seek light. Evety jinn
niay have the Inavenly virion
dia's w hat be thicks Is his duly.
Not only should we have convic
tion hut the courage of a Gallileo, a
I Living. tone, a Luther, or a Patrick
i Henry, whose nchlavemeiila form a
! in uelet for the glorious age In which
The sH'aker did not decry the past
"I"1"' opiiinisticauy v, uie oiu.re,
'nhe greatest day. of the woilds
W"' ,,e 1,'e "T ' " "
eoiioi hf say wun I aui "i a noi ;
disoU'dicut," the accomplishmtiil of
uee. is would ie liiciiinparatile, and
thetlnilc soul become iutlliile. God
iiiuile the w irld to couquor and his
plans cannot be defeated. Fall iu line
with bis surging avalanche or get out
of its w ay.
Iu a talk lo the graduating class his
words were full of Iiohj for their future.
As a shibboleth to the class he begged
to present "Ihlinet tbleleles," saying
that if followed 'luuntlr-s they would
go f. rwurd to a gl rioii tie-tiny with
faith in mankind and titlehtyto G'hI.
The hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy," J
II 1 kes, was then sang by the chorus
and the U'tn diction was pronounce tl
by D-uii E (' Sanderson, of the Divii !
Ile"ltle the f.culty and ineiniHTs of
the b ar.l of regents a'.tl cleigviiicn of
the cily, lint following prominent
gentlemen wre on the st ige: Sucre
lar.v ofSl.i e II U Kmciid, II m T G
Hendricks,, Mayor Wm Kuykemlall,
Dean E C MimbT-oii mid Dr I D
The senior class had seats at ti e
front o (he center row of the llrst floor.
The grace and beauty of ihc women
of Ivlgsne was never m ro apparent lo
one Hi in a glance over tin audience Iu
Villartl hall yesterday.
The ail vice to the senior class by Dr
Lo, ke, was a uinsterpie.-'t) of tender
sympathy born of a real mm ion of their
About 1300 peoplu list ned to the
The music of the day was grand.
Monday night of commencement
week always proves to be one of those
events of rare charm, anil its entice
lion with the exer. lsea of the week la
one that adds pitiiiancy to the entire
five days program, for who is noi
thrilled with the pleasures f music.
and a musical recital evenlngour fur
Western little cily brings forth talent
and training that an Eastern visitor
could not he disappointed In were ll
much less, for Eugene Is fortunate In
having musical Instructors w hose edu
cation has been under the masters
The commencement recital of ls'.i.
Is that of the piano students of W
Gillord Nash, of the University; pupil
of Martin Krause; Lelpalg assisted by
the vocal pupils of Raymond C Hrooks
and the numbers rendered follow:
Wedding March, From Midsum
mer Nighl'e Dream Mendelssohn.
Miss Ada Hanson,
(al Scarf Dance C Chaniinade.
Fantasieiu a minor from o.
Miss Sadie liaum.
Ilresms Tost I
Miss Ida May Noflatnger.
Alietta, Albtlllileuf from op.
Ol. Star of Eve' Transc from
Tannhauser Wagner I.aiite.
Miss Theresa Friendly.
Impromptu in a Hat Schuls it,
.MiiiUflto in b minor Schubert
Miss Ida Gnodale.
Spring Song I.ynea.
Miss Ada Hendricks
(ni l ndertl'e Leaves Thome
ll,, Mazurka No. 2 (iodnrd.
Miss U e Moyer.
What the Chimney Hang (irl-w old.
Miss Louise Yoran.
Funerul March-Allegro, from op.
Miss Mae Hull'.
Walt, in a llai.op U Chopin.
Miss Ib-itha Walter.
Miss Hanson ma.le h-r llrst aptar
ance, and shows an expression lno-1
Iu l be fiiub sie Mis Baum surprised
the frfd who h .ve heard her al the
f-w limes she has apsare. in public,
IIih tender strains being well played.
Miss Ida May N..l!sin'-r has a sweet,
mellow voice, lull of expte-sion and
ieiitimeiit and had a selection admira
bly adapted to give full play.
"Oh Star of Eve " H e "ecolid part of
Miss Friendly 'a number, biings ul in
he playing an tipiossion of rare musi
cal ability that many fail to acquire In
yeurs of lech meal work. She la a pu
pil of merit.
Mine Goodale w v btie i.f the favorite
pertoruiers at the r Hal gWeu by Mr
Naah'a pupils last winter, and her
splendid woik of lat evening shows
tiiut she is sliii intillii te her enviable
Mi.s Heodricka was never iu letter
voice ami the mel'sly of (lis nelly
.'-orioa Song" threw her mellow
i..o. a iulo such bold relief that she
ea.no the se ond tin c lotle imui 1
fote the audience rvluciaiitly let her go.
Mis Hose Meyer appealed before u
Eugene audience lor the tlist lime uud f
her clever work has placed her alon j
itll the city's favorites. She showed
a rare delicacy of touch In the Ursi'. ,
part of her imui' er and In the second
the ilidleult octave work perf.ctly
rendered, addid to her laurels.
The audience could baldly g.ssp the
bl, that no encores we'etobe given
until Mla Yoran re-ponded with a
eointesv no more. She bus a voice
rich W llll lliagllinceiil possn i nue.oo
.r friend, note with pride it. con.U ..
licet hovell was on llie program oui
once. Miss Hull's number being from
thH great composer. Her playing la so
pc pillar, that lo say she got ull out ol
lint id ecu there was in ll. ex loesses It
Mis Waller played the dual tiumbei
in her own charming way; she has a
touch and technique all her own, and
has U-eii unquestioned in popularity
sine her llrst appearance.
The display of real talent, not mere
automaton execution, is Incoming
ui .re and more apparent in (he West.
How uite it would be if that note al
III., bottom of the program hud been
observed, "."-ikiic is particularly 'e
qiic-ted .lining Ihe numbers ll is
enou h to "ratlle" an old performer
to hear audible vvhhpcrs running ovel
the room ab. nit her ccs'iuiic, attitude,
sllige pis'enee, etc.
Mi-s Beueila Dti is in the role if
accompanist , left tint impression that
nothing could be uddcl toiler rendi
tion of (lint (lilllcillt part.
It was rather stiipiising
llowe.s appeared, when titer
many iu this "gaubn sp.;
('': tUIII? I ,)U .1'.. .1
nvYi.ii.ii i iiai.s.
To the I 'it. mat ion tl l;mleaor
Veiitiim ut 'Kiisco.
And the round trip fare w ill Lu only
"New York will rend Mill, Ohio l.txio;
Peuiiaylvaiila from 1,000 10 I.L'od, On
goll will send SOU -al k list :oi en (
day light sp.cial that we have se
cured," said President II SGile, who
eturued ltd- morning Iroiu 'Frisct .
Mr (file has spent awet k al 'Frisco,
III llie inteient of the Ortgoii al Ihe
gn utesl convention tver held on the
Pacific coast. He has secured as a
ss'Clal favor, a through daylight train.
Itw1llleaveP0tllu111ISa.nl., July A,
an I run through to A-hland by 7 p.
in , slopping at all way stations for
passeugers. Il will have lu be a very
fas 1 tram to make the trip iu that
nor'1 HKKS oiu;tm 10x1 KKKNl'K.
Air Gilespenta day ut Ashland ami
Gratite fuss, w lit re he u.ldresseo
youiiK people's meetings and arranged
for utllstricl conference at the Chatau
qua building on the evening of lot
llfth, when the Oregon s.cclal w ill lay
i.vt r there and tlisllngulshed workeis
will make addresses.
For f IS a llrst cluss ticket is sold for
t lit round trip, no sleeper being neces
sary, but sleepers will be carritd In the
Oi. gun train, ami par.ies can by de
positing a dollar secure the sleeping
car privileges by paying extra on Ihe
Irani. The tickets are good 011 regular
(rains coming hack until July IS, or it
ran be extended fir fS to almost any
length of fine. At Ashland then
wnl be hotel accommodations, those
having sleeping cars remain all night
In tlielr Pullman,
At Frisco, which will lie reached 011
theeveullli; of the Uth, the Haiti w in
hotel will be headquarter al id a day
per room for one person. Six other
hotels were examined as to tlielr
moral character ami contracted with
Mr (Jile ul ol) cents a day per person
fo rooms. Tin) entire cost of the
seven days' lour uud convention will
lie ivivered by JJI. Mr Gilo la pre
pared to book all, lu the order of their
application for all accomiitoiluiioim.
This Is the only excursion for many
years that ga-a through the most
wonderful scenery In the world hy
daylight. This ii made possible by
Inking advantage of Ihe long days of
mid siiniin. r and running on fast time
I hristliui Endeavor people all over the
stale sli 'tild now g'l lo work to make
Hie delegation from Oregon a round
tlioil-Hhd and back up Ihelr pit sbb III
in bis hard work foi Oieon
PLAN H ( I P 1KB
Hie I.utit! County ('oiiiiiii-soiii. rs !.
cldo oil Pl.ins For Hi.' ' Court
Afler the GUiKl. went lo press'
Saturday Ihe ts.ui.ly court d.cl.letl on
plaoe for H.m pro,s.sed new court Intl.
electing one presented by Debm D
Neer. of lortlantl.
Work will not commence on the
building at once ami It will probably
be two or throe months before (be
architect priswnts plans so the court
can usk for bids. It is pomlble the
basement will I built Hoi year, but It
not likely ll e building will tss com
pletnl Ih fo e a year from the coining
1. 1st of (uses Pl-p.ti
Circuit court coiiveiieiied ut tin
eotllt house this forenoon at 11 o'clock
Present Ju.Uu Fullerton, Prosecu'ltl
Attorney Yates, Slier If Johnson and
Clerk Jennings; the jury list was called
and the following geiitltmen excused:
John Stewart, F A Taylor W (.'Waal
iMirne. i l no jury list Is thf siune a
l.ublished some time s nee Fl )
Tht. following gram! jury w as draw n:
O F Knox, M A ntttfood, D M Pur
keison.TJ Llmlley, J J Wlnti, Win
I'illiiny and C llager. O F Knox was
Judge Fullerton then gave the body
some gooil advice about (hiding bills
which should be adhered to.
Bttilills appointed: For grand Jury:
I E Stevens; for court: B II Keeney
ami Phllo Wilcox.
The following cases were then dis
1 James F Amis vs A J Johnson
sheriit ami Wm W Wilson; mot ion
to modify Oiiding of fact. Dis
missed. 4 Eli.alelh N Monroe vs John I.
and Mary C Stewart; confirmation.
i Frank Bros (a coiporationi vs C
DcLauey and J W Acherscn; to recov
er money. Continued.
I-' Lane county ve the city ol En
gine; to quiet title. Dismiss-:.! with
l:t Michael E Kiley vs D W ami
Lillian Fltci; lo s t aside deed. Con
tinued. -I C W Washluirnu vs J J Eaton
Hid wife; coiitlrmidioli. Coilllrmeil.
12 ) W 1 1 tl i tl v-t liobert T Cooper;
to reco vi r money. Continued for ser
vice. Ll J Wheeler vs E B W lilted; lo
recover money. 'ontinued.
ill ( leu B Dorris, assignee vs G W
i row. 'i mil wife; colillinmlion. Con
C E Loon. is vs Wm Mollett; to
ecovei mtiuey. DIs i.lssed.
Ktilph Clamoet al; vs The Siu
sbiw Lumber Co; Injuiiclioii ami to
ecover money. Decree f i; plaintilt'nl'
M-'d per s ipulatioii.
:0 J M Horn vjt: W Powell; con
.'II W E Biown vs Volney lle.ueli
Any, n. Iuiiiilsiritt.il of estalo of Marlh
J Burger, deceased; confirmation,
t 'tinllr.ni tl.
:;i Charles Hurst va Kami ss Wade;
34 LIzie.N Thompson vs Ben Bush;
con llrmatioii. Coullrmctl.
:Vi James II Chirk, receiver vs
Joseph Sterubiirg; to recover money,
3tt James H Clark, receiver, vs Win
S Lee; to recover money. Continued
.'10 McCormick Harvester l.'o ve A
G llovey as Lane County bank; or
motion for Judgment for verdict. De
40 Mary E Harvey vs J II Miller;
aprt'ul from J P court, Junction dis
trict. Jury drawn us follows Tuesdav
morning: S It Mores, J L Seolt, F A
I'ozier, 8 K Wllliums, J H Cook, B A
Allen, JH Custis, John Fugate, J L
Stuart, HJ Sylvester, HE McClure
and It D Paine.
The defendant was awurtled a nun
41 Maurice Allen vs E C Carter; to
recover money. Settled.
41 Laura A Harris vs Hherwo. d
Burr. H It Hemlersou and M 8 Wal
lace as Judges of election of Scho. 1
District No 4, Lane county, Oregon;
ilamages. Jutlgmeiit for ('lOdamagte
4 J E Butler ve J W Berry; to
recover money. Settled.
CO Itla It Uoe, iidmlnl.tratrix of the
estate of G C Itoe, deceased, vs C C
Ittsq to recover money. Default and
'PI Eiumroy Wilson vs Olln Clni.'
wlck Wilson; divorce. Default n
feretl to Calif to report testimony dur
ing tint term,
47 J W Cherry vs J N Wray; lo
lecover money. Defuull and Jutl. -
5:t Mary E Llvermore vs L H Llv
eimore; divoreo. Motion for order In
niortage propsr'.y foi t-toi) allowed.
i .01 AIhj (.'iitiin vs J L Hunt; to
I recover money, Settled.
tit) C .elgler vs Gts, K Monroe; to
' r. fovtr money. Settled.
j 71 S It Jenkins, et .it vs John V
letikins et al; equity, to partition real
estate. Frank Kirk, J V Klchardst n
, nn. I (! i B Day a). pointed referees O
mike parlilion ami report at next
7:i Slate of Oregon vs Johnt'ourt
wiigbt; burglary. Grand Jury, Mon
! .lav alt. moon, found "a true bill."
Slateol Oregon v, Truman Bar-
w'r: '""""I ""1' w.smi.seou.. mo-
M Slate of Oregon vs F B Wll.on
1 snniing a gun ai ...oioer person
Grand Jury returned
XI SlBtetifOregi.il vs Geo Hays;
Grand Jury returued "not
true bill" Tuesday afternoon.
s;t State of Oregon vs Wm M Iten -
shaw; selling liquor to minors. Grand
jury returned "1101 a true bill" Tuesday
1 ' '
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led up by
lo. '.1 t'i nigs on
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1 four I Iver
t :t. SIMMONS
do ;t. It also
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r is kept active.
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Ho A ill ill V s I! Nelson; to
nit V. Hi luull ami Juug-
St) S T Is .111 vs s It Williams, aduir
of estate of lio-a Isoiu, deceased; to
recover more v. I oiiiiinieil.
id A G llovey vs John Dcutluioiid;
to recover tnoiiev. Settled.
t'.ii Mnia Valid. 1 f.u-t I vs Nasoil
Garwood and vv ilV; foreclosure. De
fault and decree.
71 L I''. Flegal Vs .1 C Gootlale; to
recover mni.ey. Dismissed.
I I. E Flegal vs J T Dcadmoml; to
et tiviir iiiniiey. Dismissed.
7S W 11 Holland vs E E Willard;
JI .Nt TIK.N NEWS.
tu Iuten .sling Lot r I em
Our Sister Town.
Times Jinn. I J.
Born to Mrs Wm Wsber, June 7,
lsU7, a daughter.
Bom -to Mr ami Mrs J J Eaton,
June tt, ISU7, a daughter.
Miss Nellie Folsoiii has recovered
from the uieaslca anil Is now installed
as deputy lu the post olllco.
The telephone ami postal telegrnpli
oltlce wus moved to llrsi door north of
Butler's harness slit p Wednesday.
Ben Jolly, a highly respected cititou
of Moons', died Wednesday morning
ami was buried 'Ihuistlay.
Geo Knock uud Sam Furgeaon
have the contract lo drive - -00 bend
of call lo from iibove Eugene to Wyom
ing. They will cms the mountains
over the Mclvlu.le route.
John Elliott has lu'tni heard from
He arrived al his tleslluatiou ull right
and la much pleased with the farm ha
traded for although he had never seen
It. The farm Is near Lamed, Kansas.
The Bet ekuhs elected tho following
..Ulcers We.inesthiy evening: Ml8
Mellie Cuhlwull, N G; Miss Ba.lle
Drlsklll, V G; Mrs John Franzen,
Secretary; Mrs Mary Starr, Treasurer.
A U Martin has moved his Jewelry
store to the room It. tho hotel corner
In which the post olllce Is locutu 1. The
osl oilli-e 11 x tu res were moved back
ami the Jewelry department occupies
Monroe will celebrate 011 the glorious
tl li, or rather on the lid. The day will
tie observed Justus if It were the gen
uine llli ami a ball will be given lu the
evening. The exercises will consume
part of three days.
Thu G A It cucampmeut ut Inde
pendence next week promises to
eclipse tho grand rxunlon held there
last yar. The following old soldiers
from this place w ill utteiid: J E But
Dr, N J Mofilt. L W Clark, W It
While, Jus. LuTellierai.il F A Saylor.
The W U V wllj bo represented by
Mrs FA Saylor, Mrs J E Butler and
Mis Dr Lee.
hi.ull niHi;-I)a) ,
On the evening id last Sunday, June
IU, lv.'7, at t Ii j homo of the brltlt.'
grandmother, Mrs J T Abbott, In
Walla Walla, occurred the marriage of
Mi.-s Com Day, of Salubria, Idaho, to
Mr Peter Ivuiill mini, of Eugene.
They arrived heitt 011 lam night's
overland, to make their home with US.
Mr Kai.ll'niuii bus r.-sbled hero only a
few mouth-, but bus many warm
friends who w ill unite lu welcoming
his fair young bible to her new home
The Gi'AKD joins lu extending to
the young couple Its congratulations
and best wishes:
Law Class Okaioiis The class
orators for the law school are the
a I three who passed the highest at the
tin a I examinations,
lows: Chailts M Kaho, Florence E
, Olson and Harry E Noilhup. Miss
1 Olson Is Hi- s iotul wouiati graduate of