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Till EUGENE CITY GUARD.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2'J, 1HK7
SHOULD CE DEFEATED
On Not. 8th the voters of this xtute will
voU upon the proposed conntitutionRlnrucud
ment to change tho date of the guiiwrul elec
tion frodi Judo to November, We b( liovo
tli at there are several good and nuflk lent n il
ion for voting agniimt thiit proponed cLungc
iu our election day. Firnt biuI fun must in
the (net tlmt the election of u President in
always attended with pitrtiwtn rancor uud
party feeling tlmt would tmtko it hnpoHsiblo
to deal fiiirly with local candidate. The in
. dependent voter in a fixture in the laud, aud
the election thoiild not be held ut a tune
when party prejudice and piiwiioiin would
overcome his honest judgment. It is only
during a presidential election that a political
fever beat in attained und under that coudi
tion objectionable men would ride into office
on tho tide of party luccem. The Spring
time is a more euituble time for holding con
ventlons aud canvassing county and atato.
If changed to N'ovumW, atl preliminary po-
litical worlt would lmve to be done in Octo
ber which i one of the tinniest months of the
year with the farmer, mechanic and business
man. A a result, primaries and couven
tions would be slimly atteuded or neglected
altogether, thus giving political schemers and
tricksters on both sides every opportunity to
manipulate conventions aud force unworthy
candidates before tho people.
i In May, the mouth in which this work is
done under existing laws, this state of affairs
cannot exist. It comes at a time when the
farmer and men of other occupations have
leisure and can attend to those duties which
every good citizen should assist in. The
only argumeut in favor of the change is that
of saving expense. However, it would suvo
only one elecliou every four years, and in
this couuty for Instance, would not result in
aving over two huudred und fifty dollars per
year. This trivial amount would be far over
balanced we believe by the reasons w.t have
given, which should insure the defeat of the
Another weighty consideration iu favor of
June is the weather. In that month the
roads are dry, the streams reaching low wa
ter mark, and the weather temperate und
tranquil. In November it in just the
roverso, aud we believe the weather records
will show that November is tho third storm
iest mouth iu the year. The recollections of
more than one Presidential election are thoso
of drizzling rainstorms and wet aud weary
voters The farmer who has to travel mil. 8
through the mud and water, if held in No
vember, will, most certainly vote against
Illcvtlnnil at Uiirnso,
Chicago, for herself, aud as the spokesman,
of the great northwest, has extended a wel
como to the chief magistrate that will not bo
forgotten in this generation. There was
nothing political about it. It was uot n tes
timonial to drover Cleveland, or to a repre
sentative democrat, nor yet to an honest man
and fortunate huslmnd. It was a tribute of
respect to the president of tho United States,
whomsoever he might be, but in this case a
man who has niKjuestionably found favor
with the people whom he has so industrious
With regard to the unexampled multitudes
that yesterday thronged the pavements of
Chicago, it may be said that a long time has
elapsed since a great crowd has hud occasion
to visit tho metropolis. Tho trieunial con.
clave of Knights Templar, in 18SM, the three
conventions of 1SH0 and 1KH1, and the irrin
tious at the state fairs have been the only
huge in-catherings of lute. Nearly three
years had elapsed since a coalition host had
crowded the man about town into the obscur
est alley aud distracted the overslaughed re h-tatiruut-kcepers.
Therefore, tho visit of the president was
well timed. He came just when a general
desire to visit Chicago was uppermost in the
mind of environing populations; tho guest
approached with a reputation for sterling
honesty and respect for democratic institu
tions. He brought with him a wife whom
men aud women alike delight to honor. He
received a welcome such as has beeu extend
ed to no public man since (irant the soldier
coursed these same crowded streets.
Chicago expected to do herself some credit
in the matter of the presidential reception.
That expectation has been met iu tho event.
A demonstration worthy of the eye of the
commander-in-chief, a pageant not beneath
the enthusiastic recognition of the august
concourse that reviewed it. threaded its way
slowly over the lino of march. The whole
procession wag handsome; som portions.
uch as tho decorated apparatus of the ft re
department, were as beautiful and creditable
bh could well lie imagined. The social atl'air
lajit week was in keepiug with the conspicu
ous nature of the day's doings.
Like Duncan, Oro'ver Cleveland hathbomo
his faculties so meek in his great otlleo that
Chicago receives him in double trust aaolli
cer aud man. Not tho least to her credit is
the fact that with all tho panoply and noise
and commotion no hint of party advantage
hone through the smile of hospitality that
greeted the vjnitors. That smile was 'not a
mask of sinister political imrpose. It was a
broad, open, generous, hail and farewell,
which spoke well for tho perpetuity of demo
cratic institutions everywhere ou tlio face of
Baltimore gave an increased l)enociaiio
majority last Wednesday, in rjiit0 of Jay
Gould and J:iy (iould'i cliiiie, und J.tv
Oonld's ytllow dog, Joo Pulitzer of the New
lor World. It is very sigmllcant that the
attention of the World to the stl iirs of 1'ml
timore wa ruincideut with the in iteh. ry by
which the possession of the liultuuorx and
Ohio telegraph passed into the p..se i on of
.OouM't uioiiojmIv, the Western I'uio'i. The
Uisn whom the World ulontied it the evntl..
man who betrayed darn-It, sud !o tried
bis hardest to slab (lie Democratic pally of
ltaltiiui.ru to death. Our opinion ii tm't the
New York World is Jay Gould's orin.
The aiiieiidmeiit M-rmilting the hislttiir
to regulate the snUries of stale otlieers ill
tie detent-,) by a large majority iu l.tne conn,
ty. It the amendment had stated Ills ml sat
uries for the state oftiet-ns it would bsvo car
rifd. The people are rightly opposed to al
lowing the leni.latnre from time to time to
I as eihorbiuut ailariea.
Tho following article from Harper'-
Weekly, a really inuepouueiii journal, is in
refrubhiim' contrusl to the editorials of the
OrcL'oiiiaii ou the same subject. A paper
that blamed the Preside ut because ho did
not travel more, and wheu he traveled er.teu
eively, censured him for it is uot independent
or oven fair but the very reverse:
It is many years since a Prushlcut of (he
United H ates has made n tour through the
Southern States, and it is many yeuis aiuce
those states have cared to nee u President.
liut the singular good fortune which bus
seemed to attend the country in all great
emergencies, nod which tvus signally illu-t-tratcd
iu the Presidency o( .Mr. Lincoln dur
ing the war, appears iu the fact Ihal Mr.
Cleveland is the Presideut who, alter the
bitter sectional controversy, again repies-iits
to the Southern States tli i iiutitin.il Union.
Intelligent men in those States, d. spit .. the
angry pasnious of war, must alwuys have felt
the simple honesty and sincerity of Mr.
Lincoln, anil his total freedom from any ma
lignant hostility. He discharged luilLliiily a
most solemn aud p.iiuful duty, Ixit without
acrimony, or passion, or thu least personal
ambition. The same earnest fidelity lo duty,
the same generous sympathy and patiioiic
candor which distinguished President Lin
coln characterizes ul-o his successor, lie is
uot a mere partisan. He was elected not ex
clusively by a parly vote, He was supported
by many of the truest and most iliMlil.-rented
and most clliciuiit friends and supporfcis ol
Abraham Lincoln, and he has shown iu his
administration that he is net unmindful ol
In a high and agreeable sense, therefore,
Mr. Cleveland nooeais iu the Southern
Stales us a patriot President, lie was not a
Copperhead of the war, nor would he bu as
welcome it he had been. He is not, in thu
old fuHhioucd sen, u Noitiieru man with
Southern principles, but he is a Norlhcirn
man with national principles, who holds Unit
tho union as now constiliilvd there is no
reason for the old sectional watchwords
Ills administration win tie ilistingiiiHlieil us
the epoch of a good feeling among all pitrts
of tho country such as lias not been Uuown
for more than n generation, uud whoso per
inuneiice is threatened by no radical dilter
eiico. It is better that the President who
first appears in the Southern Mates alter this
long OHirungomeiit should be, one for whom
tho largest part of the vote of thosu States
was cast. His personal presence, Ins simple
and hearty manner, bis thorough Atueiicau
feeling, his pleusunt speech, will attract the
people; und in seeing him they will feel that
they have bail part in u result which has
united the eouutiy more complete. y than it
w as over milled before, b -cuuso united with
out tho secret consciousness of fatal incom
patibility. Thwy will feel also that they have
aided in removing the vague apprehension
of uaii mill calamity lo arise from the elec
tion of any candidate or whom they might
vole, ami that their own action bus demon
strated the falsity uud the (utility of the cry
of "rebel" us descriptive of their spirit or
The President represents the determina
tion of good cilizons ill every luit of the
cotiuiry that the animosities of the war and
of thu old slavery controvery Khali uot be
successfully invoked solely lor the benefit of
a party. There is no thought of surrender
of uny udvantage gained for the common ben
elit; there is no wish lo veil or deface the
page of history; there is no effort to eoufuse
tight and wrong, or to ussert that the cause
of slavery is tin good as tho causo of liberty;
nor is there uny mean desire to deny either
the sincerity with which different opinions
were helil, or the heroism aud sacrifice with
which upon all sides they were maintained.
If, therefore., in a most happy sense,
tho president Been a new South, ho
will also symbolize to that South a
a new Union. The old Union, riven with
an irrepressible conllict is gone; the new Uu
ion, of a cvuiiuon eulerpri-c, a common pur
pose, a common pride, a common patriotism,
has couie. It is the crcat haiminess of the
President to represent it. It is tho hope
and inspiration ot all the Stales to know that
Mature of the line,.
Mr. Stanly, writiiiu to Nature from South
Norwood, England, says: "I tnink it would
be a very interesting nupiiry lo ascertain
the average height of the human race iu the
last, as it appears to mo from such data us I
have been able to collect that the human
race has continuously increased in nvt-ruge
stature. I have measured u erreut inaiiv
ltomuus where I happened' to come across
them, und my average shows that thu Roman
ootlld not have greatly exceeded five feet five
inches. In laliiiiL' measurement of ancient
armor I find that tho English have decidedly
increased in average height wilbin DUO yea's.
ror a paper i read la lore our local -ot-lcty I
measured twenty-live mummies m tho Urit-
isii aiumuiu us nearly us 1 could through tho
eases, making estimates for the wrapping,
and 1 found Ilia average height of males til
inches, females fni inches. The mummy of
the celebrated Cleopatra measures about 51
inches -about the height of tho preseut aver
age European girl of 111. The most undent
mummy of an Egyi linn king yet discovered
and that measured ," inches. ' Willi res. arch
1 have no doubt interestini! data could be ob
tained on this subject. Limiting the matter
to my owu observations, 1 have formed the
idea that the average stature of the huinau
race increass at the rate of about 1.25 inches
per 1,000 years.
At the G. A. P., bauipiet in St, Louis, Jus
tice Miller, of the I'tderul Supreme Court,
said in a speech:
I have the courage to say, and I do say in
the presence of this meeting of tho Gruud
Army of the Republic, that G rover Cleveland
is au honest man, a pure man, to whose
skirts no corruption belongs, and who in
tends to do right according to the best lights
that God has given him.
It is that sort iif endorsement that diives
the political glials wild.
An exchange nse-i the following poind d
and sensible remaiks: "Youim man. when
you jeer ! a lady passing along the street or
liautil or startle h. r w it a your gl.tticcs, do s
it t vi r occur to you that home other scoun
drel might insult your sister, yonijwife, or in
coming yi ars, onr il tnghter," iu the same
infamous manner? How wuil I you like t'.i.u ?
Would you regard it in ..tily i.r an , vi I n-, i f
blood.' If so, you ou , lit to tin kicked fi.ou
oiie end of the contiu on t l!oi o'.n r and
h ir ew'.iij.ped back a;a-u."
Brnlily In Drtmnliind-
Twenty years ngo a bichelor '.a Oakland
dreamed of visiting a family consisting of
parents and two little girls, who wi re un
known lo him in bis waking h iurs.
l'rom that time foitu ho coulinued to
(Ileum of them for a score of years. He haw
tho children grow from childhood to woman
hood. L'e was present at the dosing exer-ci-es
wheu they graduated. In 'act, ho shared
all the pb asures and gri.-fs of this family.
His friendship to his dreamland frb.iiilh
se. meil so real thit ho oltou rcuiuiliOl that
lie felt certain that ho would know tin in in
reality lit some future time.
Two moniln a,;o he tw in a dream ti e
htul.fllid (lie, and floili Ho t till"- he i-disi d
In dream of them for Hie hrst tiai't ,n a per
iod ot about twenty years. About six weeks
ago be wus iistniiisbid nl receiving u letter
liotu New York city, the wribr being the
widow of a cole. in of his, uilh whom ho bud
never had uny intercourse since his boyhood
ova r thirty year. Th" widow wrrtu that Kin
vtishid lo make Sail 1 runcisi-o lo r future
home. After exi hanging a few It tt r it wi.a
arranged for him to meet her and the two
dailghicrs at Ihe Oaklaud wharf upon the
arrival of en Euhtein train on a certain day.
On their uriival imagine hi surprise to see
his dream friends, They were ejuully so
whell he related bis streM;e s-ries of dreams
iu which they figured. He (old them inci
dents count chd with their pu-t lives which
ho con Kl not know uiid. r ordm ny rircum-
slnliccs. He (leseribt d their lniluci hnlue,
even to tho furniture and household onia-
meiitH, which was ('(dlect in every paiiicil-
lar. The Hi (luel Is that he recently n.:in ied
the widow, nud is living happily iu Ibis
city. 8. F. Ex.
Wo know it would come, 'i'heuniiounce
mriit has been made that u paper col.iu has
been iuvi uted and put upon the in ulo t. A
man may now build his house of paper, cat
his llililu r from paper plales, wipe his face
with a paper handkerchief, buy his tvifu a
paper piano and go to his grave in a paper
cjliiu, The coliiu inuy be paid for with a
piece of paper and the death published on
iiuothor piece. There uro a b w things ninie
useful than paper. Philadelphia Record.
C. M. COLLIEK,
NOTION I'UU I' IT Mi I CAT I ON.
Land Omcu at Roskiu ko, k.;
let. -Vi, bss-. )
TOT1CEIS HEREliY GIVEN THAT
the following named settler has tiled
a.. lice ol his intciitii.ii t make final pr...il in
support of his claim and that said pro- t will be
ueide lief ore the judge or clerk of the canity
court of l.ime Co., (Jr., at Eugene City, Dr., ou
Saturday, J lee. 10. Itsh", tizi .lelin i'ladly.
Houn stead Entry No. ii:Ml for tile Lets (i, 7,
8 and '.I, Sec. ill, Tp. 17 S, K 1 West, Vi . M.
Jle names the foliutvin witnessei to piuvs
his continuous residence iipi.li. and ci.l'i. mien
of, said land, viz: A. E. Sloriiiant, I'.. Nel
son, V. 11. Kauoif, C. S. Garner, all of Wul-tcrvilh-.
J.alie I o., (lr.
('HAS. W'.JllllN.SToN, Ee-i-ter.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
LAM! OlUlE AT lloSKIII till, Oil., )
Get. :'.", 1S.S7. j'
rvronCKIS HEilEliY' GiVEN THAT
y the full iiviii,'-n.iiiii-il settler has tiled
notice of his intuition to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said proof w ill
he made ls.'tore the juone or cierk of tho coun
ty court of Lane Co., dr., nt Eugene
City, Oregon, ou Thursday, DeceinliCr
Oth. 1HS7, viz: .lanies It. Keiiuv, Honie.itead
Entry No. .T.l.'iO, tor the S. E. 1 4 of See. -1, Tp.
:v S, U 4 West, W. M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his Cciitiiiiious resitlt nee iihii, uud cultivation
f, said laud, viz: M. Daineuood, L. Single,
'I C'littace Grove, Lane Co., Or.. .1. Lanilrelh,
A. A. Elliott, of Sinslaw, Lane Co., Oregon.
Cham. W. Johnson, Eeguter.
notici: ron riniLioATiox.
Land OKi iri: at Kosrm m;, on.
Oct, 7. S.S7. I
TOTIi'E IS HEKEIiY GIVEN THAT
the follow ini; named s-ttler has tiled no
tw-e of I. is intention to make linal proof in sup
port of his claim, hii. I that said proof will be
iniele before the roister or receiver of U. S.
laud ollice at ltiiscbur Or,, on Wednesday,
Nov. Ill, 1SS7, viz: Gnus p ( ',,k, pr-emplioii
D. S. No. l,Mi;ifi- the N W 1-4 of S E 1-4 S W
1-4 of N E I 4 and K 12 of N W I I Sec. 1-1
Tp. 17 S ii 12 West W M.
lie names the fnllowiii.- witnesses to lirovn
his cmitiailous iwiilell -e no n. and eiiltivi.tion
(f said land viz: Nils liearcuin. .lohn Lenham.
Jolill r.uii'iuaii. ol I'lorcnce. Lano eonntv. dr..
and Ceo W Clamo, Jr., of Aem-, Lanet 'o.dr.
v Has, U. .loiiN.sroN, Ilegister.
VroilCE IS HEIIEHV GIVEN THAT
Xx nu aiMilieation will ho made to the Gover-
n. r of dr.oii on Nov. '.'1st, 1SS7, fcr the liar-
on of I liomas IIil' -s. whit was seiitrneed to
the state penit. nli:.r by thecin n't eonrtof Lane
enmity, dreiron, at the Novemlicr term th.-ivof
1S.SI'., for the crime of ohrsinin nioney under
false pn-tenses. TIldMAS Eflitl.-S.
I'.y Wuslibuini' iV. Woodcock, his attorneys.
r..iii;i:i v5j;k ;
MS QAREfER. Expert Gun'
srnith Slock ol Guns and Arn
munition on hand.
mm to im
Farm and City Property
For it t -rni of v ears at
01-TICE:--At Conit Hoiim-, County Sur
At JMsou's ;l.tckslnillt shop. WaKolis
and (sr. i.ifies r j uiied und painted on short
xotick rou itklioatiox.
Laxi) Oih''k a: Il isKiirwi, On ,1
Oct. 7, 1KS7. f
VTOflCE IS IIEIIEUV GIVEN THAT
i. the follow in,' name. I settler has filed no
tice of his intention t make liiutl proof in sm
Isii t'.fhiseiaiui, and that said proof will lie made
before the register or receiver of I'. S. land
o!;ice at. Uo-ehiujr, Or., ou Wednesday, Nov.
lli, 1S7, viz: Geoi'e V. Clarnn, pre t niption
I). S. No. 4!iJ f ir the lot- 1, Id, 11 mid ). Sec.
L'l und lot 1 See. L:' Tp. IS S 11 11 West V M.
He names the follow inn witnesses to prove
his t-iMitinuous resi'ienc" upon, ami cultivation
of si'l land vis: Wi,i A Co, of Acme, Lane
county, Or., Nils llenreum, Henry II. V. Sweet
ami C'has K Cox, of l-'lor -nee, Lane Co., Or.
Cii.ts. V. Johnston, lteiiister.
Niri'Tcl: roit ruuucATioN
Land Okfice at iiosKiicitti, or., )
Oct. 7, 1S.S7. )
TOTKM'. IS HEUEUV GIVEN THAT
S the following iiiiined settler has filed
ni'tiee of his intention to make tinnl proof in
siippoit of his claim, and that said proof
will he made before the Clerk of the
Coiuitv Court of L.'tne County. Or., at Eugene
Citv, dr., ou Saturday, Nov. I'll, W7, viz:
H N Carter, pre-emption 1). S. No, oI'.L'O, for
the S 12 of N V 14, N E 14 of S W 14 and
loll See. 0 Tp. 1!) S k 1 East W M.
He ns lues the fol lowing witnesses to prove
his c Mitinii'iiis rcsidenee upon, mid cultiva
tion of said land viz: E l Cain, E V Michael,
T J Elakely and M L Lewis, all of Lowell,
Lane county, Oregon.
I'h vs. t'. Johnston-, Ib-cister.
VT'JTICE IS HEKEliV GIVEN THAT
the uudersiiieil has oeen duly appointed,
by the county coin t of Lane County, Oregon,
executrix of the last will and testament, nud
estate, of Nareissa Small, deceased. Therefore
nil persons havino claims aains-t said estate
are hereby liotilied and required to present
them, with the proper vouchers therefor, to
the undersigned at her residence near Latham,
in Lane county, drejjon, within six months
from the date liei-enl.
MAKV A. TAVLOk,
l!x -cut rix of said Estate.
Dated Oct. 1, 1S7.
VOTICE1S HKEEliY GIVEN THAT
w l- I..-.! I t' J f'l..:. i.. . 1
V . i-iio !',-- r,, .nil ... . lit nits ueeit
duly appointed by the County Court for Lane
county, Oregon, administrator of the estate of
i!. H. Hazleton, ilewase l. All peisons havimj
claims against said estate arc Inrehy liotilied
to present the same to me duly verified at the
law oro. i-ot I,, niiyeu in kii-iie i ity,Orei;on,
within siv mouths from the date of this notice.
Dated Oct. 1st. 1SN7. W. .S ClIKISMAN,
L. EILYEU, Atty. Administrator.
xoncE for pri'.iiiavnoN.
Land Oi tick at IIoskhi-kii, On., (
Oct. 7th, 1.SH7. I
"VTOTICK IS HEUEUV GIVEN THAT
i.1 the foil. iwim; iiauicl settler has tiled no
tice of his intention to make final proof in s ip
port of his claim and that said proof will be
imide before the reiiister or receiver of U. K.
laud i llice at liosehiri;, Or., on Wednesday,
Nov. 10, 1SS", viz: Wm A Cox homestead en
try No. U'.l.'iS foi tl a lots 1, L 4 and 5 See.
K l"t 11 Sec. Ill ami lot li Si c. liO Tp. 18 S II
it west w .r.
He names the following witucs.u's to prove
his coiitiniioiis residence upon, and cultivation
of said hunt viz: Geo V Cliirno, Jr , of Acme,
Lime county, Or., John Lenhaui, John Eeru
nian, Nils L'earcuni, of Florence, Lane county
Cii.s. V, Johnston, Ueh'istcr.
notice foii publication;.
Land IHth e at Uosnu iKi. Or. )
o-t. Vi, lsxr. I
jvroTicE is iii:i;ei'.y given that
J.1 Hie folliiwiiii; nained settler lias libVl notice
of his intention 1 1 make (inid proof in oipoit
ef his elaiiii. and that said proof will .e made
before the Judtre "r Clerk of the County Court
of Lane coiivl v. Or., nt Eugene City. Or.,
on Tlnn-sdny, "Nov. 21th, 1SS7, vi,: S I) ifanier
honiestiMtl entry No H."iNi! for the S 1-2 ef S W
I I. N E l 4 of S W 14 and N W 1-4 of S E
14, Sec. -, T.. IS, S K 1 West W M.
He names the followim; witnesses to prove
his continuous residence main and cultivation
of said land viz: Noah lb iles. S Sparks, A T
Sweet and A 1. Vaiihan, all of Springfield,
Lstie caiinty, Orc'on.
Chas, V. Johnston, Krister.
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ents to be found in the City.
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chains, Silver Plated Ware,
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Four splendid "New White" Nickel-plat
Sewing Machines All Complete.
I am orterinir tliese iiim-luiies nt t-n.st, not luivin.' I !k lime or rontn to iW
tlieoi uny loner. This i.s a line oj'ju rt unit y to m ru. e one of tltose itiostpff
lur, best furnished, and i-orfaitily the most dosirnlilo ( f nil Sewing Mui'iiiuft
1 also odor the fdllowiner lni-fiii,s;
Fort) Ladies1 New .Market Cloaks for 1 less tUdn &
Twcid-Jive Gents jiiic Overcoats, (this season's p
chase,) for $1 less than Cost.
These ar all new, desirable "nods, and will jniy 30 per cent, on thiMn"
tiient even if one had to lav them away until next Winter.
I have a number of other bargains to oiler and to which 1 will callus
mrfroni time to time
M I, i 1
Has just received direct from Nes
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
4 FALL MB WiTER 000081
Ever Drought to Eugene.
THIS IS MO IDLE BOAS!
V.wt call and price them. Keineinbi r the place: The Xr' 'i"lirM L'
r.rick, onriier Willamette and Kiohlh St., Eul" ne City. On-tfon.
(ot. Etlwanl A. S(fTiii&i,n .if l.l,.l. ;..
UU M-jHirt to tLi witary ot tb iutcrinr ojt
.ei antiPiMtion of t,y port of llm tcrritorr
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Till) t-.isu-N tlmt nn-e ut ,t i;en,l nti il ele, . '
tion me entire'- ililb-reu'. (1001 i.'io-t- tit.it m'.
f H-l Ktilto 1111,1 lolli.y , ,vlliij-l. Ifl.l lulti e.,!l I
not Im fairly itn.l .lisje.. i.,n:,','l , ,vn-.',. re.i !
t tile lllle eleeti oi . Ill t!,i - t ,,f u
cleitn mi t honest n.ttnim : rat i.n .t ,t;i.;- an-! I
county o:lb-.' toe .iOi. e. i:. i ,:u n: t,
ell lin;e llie tinir vi elecliou f t Julie t j Xo- '
Teiultoi- Hlioiilil U , feat.-il.
K. 1-. Wu-lil nriit , of I li-n.ix, ,ij,. i '.
Stt ir.liv. Mr. Washbinno .w uUhii th I
tttc tirM in.in to itiset-ni the tinlititrj' R mn !
of OmiiI niul by U; ii.tl ivm-e hi .1 'work in 1
Ur.int'i be 1. 1 , g ,t the gr l jeiiei il !
epis.rtiiuity to work nt the a.-n.l of nu uimy. I
l't-w incn ,1, rrv.t ni.'rc bonors from the '
peop'. ih.ta Ll.lni l1, V,hbuiDc. ,:
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ll-Ul I I'llolltlltl 'lul VmiMl.llMent
i li n one wtk from next Turn lnv.
eia- For SaIe hU "it M i:t-Ci'ass !
i Dealers. i
COSTS NO MORS THAN INFERIOR MAKES
Cut in . 111 Si -p. of If
For Sale by all Principal Dealers on the Pacific Go&