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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1891)
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plies, Surgical Ap
rri... fn.nt nf thu ol 1 nont office build
ing has been repainted.
ti,- .t..m ianndrv wsRC-n made Its I
pearanoB on oar itreeU today.
A mrr ""ease w" lr . i - if
L th. county olerk to Joun .
bf the conntjr ciera w
Branton and Jane Elliott.
... 1 inA VarftymOVV. SnaD. &1K1
onfvarnishes, Brushes rtVMmTng.
w. hnr the Breater part ol our t ooui ' ' r , ,,nm urices on aU gooas em-
port w.u o. wp-, -vlm,,.,1.8teY
Two rait, of piling ,0.r.,T0"7rom Acme
ens sawmill were biongbt down iroui
(hie week. . .
jetty work. A large lore, of rpan'.
laea W neigui ui - ire at work. The pne " ,w
The Uoonn Bclnhaw auction Batur- ",I-eiirly .iffiui.hed .nd nex
duy waa well attended. mihm Me tno whoie Duiiue -- b-,n.
Slionn. the other harm brought good Tbe ile dri banker "udour -b
I ... i. at CoOS DU IS eipeiieu .....
ru. iti,n ascension Saturday afternoon
MA not amount to much. Tbe balloon only
raiaed to height of abont too feet
i .h diarounts we are eueuiea mi'"1,"":.. u nHM,.
Its H Em dim I Hp
ma a LARGER stock of Fine Groceries Chi Glass, Crock
J wbn and Willow Ware than ever before.
Pays Highest OAbH price for Country Produce, Pun, Skins,
Hides, Wool, ianow,o;.
Orders filled promptly, with the greatest care.
I DON'T BOAST PRICES.
All Goods sold as Cheap as anyone in Eugene
Call and be corteously treated.
Lon Cleaver and wife vWted Eu-
now JU'RIHRTUI i"
. . l . Ik. 1.1. Mr J. U. HU1UC-
ine lane ui iu j 4
bart waa Urgely attendea DQDoy.
.rge number of floral piece, were receiTed.
one from Kent Tboma. and wife, of Port-
Und, blrg parliotuariy urauu-
in the form of a iiclle.
Four trumpo were arrented at Junc
tion Bunduy on the cnargo ui
J,Ti! Juntlco Btarr of that place for
. . . .11 ...I.... ami thH HlltllH WUH
trial mm. '"'""',"', .I.
poHtiKinca until wenutuuuy,
traniiw uincimrui-u w 'rr: ... i
own recognizance, bo that they would
leave the country.
TTnlnn Itflnubll-an : City Treawrer Bwin-
ard reoeived notice a fw daja ago tbut
bank robtwry bail ueen onmumiru ...
f.Ht and 150.000 in accorilie. atolen. jiooug
otlT. i lrra A lodge of IghUof ryt,S
a. the bond, bare been aold aud to be organlged here. lhoOrUtrsei
... u not ihn treainrer waa no
tified not to oaah them if preteuttd
tz-t. i rTT Brick. BrickT
Faber s Golden t emaie mis,
Vnr ffml Trnvnlar
on tbe market Hever
i ntl Hui-fMidillT uted
to relli'Te auppreued
SURE! SAFEt CERTAIN!
Hive Time, Health,
Hunt in mf luldmie.
. hu.nM It mall nn ra
tuc ipunn KFtliniNE COMPANY.
WMtarn Branch, Box XT, rOBTLAKD. O'
For Hale bf . B. LUCKK Y A CO.. Eugene.
TMC CRY OF MILLIONSl
OH. TUT BKCKl
TOP IT HOW.
OON IT WML BK TOO LATE.
he been troubled rainy yean with
dlKM of the kldiieyt an " "
mAt aid from diiftreat pbyW".
wltSoat relief. About the Ijth ofAprU
iw .ufferlnir from r.fi
.tuck tb. aiop P.-. -
t ...:C.- It wM.lm ImpoMlble for m.
vuua . .... MuKi.ithrfl.wntn
fi.frt.HLSKi'LS tr l."ui. with th.
OBKOOM K1UNKV TUA, to my
bota X immediately commenced
ulol th. tea. It bad an almoat
mlnculeu. effect, aad to th. arton
tehmeat of all th. g ue. at th. hotel,
in a few uayM am H7
.l.. v - . nw man. I will
niumi ih. tea to all a
u 1 ban been.
0. A. TUPPSIt,
Proprietor Ocddeatal Botcl,
BuiU Kom, Cal.
rii, u i. iKma. AnntractOIH and
bulldera, have plenty of the best quality of
brick at their vara i, mm r.. .
. m i.. .i.mnnit at rfluRonable
ana win ruiijjijt ,, . . . .
price.. Tbey aUo contract for a kind, o
UriUl WUI waa B . j
doliyer brick on order to any part ui
Eivrr, rawiiKi co.
A. 0. flOVIT, !
J. M. ABRAHI, !
: : Caahler
Transacts a'Gencral Banting Business.
n.i.. w.a Oct. 10.
Steamer. LiUian, Coo- ;jkomoS
ui i.,.nM-ted during u.
ery ia now at anu wi
next week. 1 n two w B
probably be built t the niilla.
indicate tnanronuio "'.,,-,, mat.
Florei-ce people out ol the AlborUon ,
fer. Detective Cocbrun. of Ej;,w??Ab
L , ' i....i..v Inokiuff afVr tbe cane.
ThTpTanTtr3e .e.o have aruen
out Po a money , wh --f
lti.rePorteawaap.u .- ,h
Pr. i"t,U"Sir "T; bev have
Iroin in iKouiua -
located it, they now propone to get It.
a il ntititlUtr
f.::T.lf the wpulntion of the
Kitoi State-, tho coming winr
S scenes of unparalleled
tics of yioiauon -hile
The other day a i";, ' .,,
un in the air oiHtr iuu. . -
treet8-.,.. violation of
ing of hand bins on "
With an increase of ove -10 rer j
Vrf V; v .l A
Sells the Celebrated
GENERAL DEALERS K
EUGENE, - OREGC:
cent, in the average
Cottage Grove Items.
Magic luntern ahow In town Tuee
-pL A.i..,,t mlnlHtern moved Into
the Colliim houw recently vacated by
Itr fk- L-H iv. tilts weea.
in in irriiuriliu'.
i w 6""" ""o- , . .
- t ... CJ..I l.n ..l.ri.lWllllL'lHt.
nnea not 10 can iuciu .. y. irr. van imt oui, i.u r",v; 7,
The Bteady Increase In the Influx of , giving some very intert nK
.....11.-. uriiiuh v 11111b aenroute .i i.wtnii.tiva lectures nt the Mitr
to the United States, shown by Cana- nmn 0)Qm i,0une the piwt week.
Judge Walker is now huvh.k
Hmie hotel near the depot ilrejL
A front entrance will I made on Main
atnvt and the building made two
K; high which will give more
room as well as make a much better
It Is really antonishlng to see the
vast number of emigrant pawing
through this place every day. borne
are going north and others south. It
woiiitl be hard to determine which
direction the larger number are travel
enaing oeineiu' 1 ,
000.0& below the revenues for the.
rt " n,a nnrlins September
twelve luuiiwio o ,-
30, 1890. Putting up the taxi? to
cut down the revenues w not tak
PU;to,timnortB. It is not pro-
ine toil on imp""'
mktedl I fl
FISHER & WATKINS,
Wilt keep oontantly on band a full .upply of
iwnrrnv. TCRK AND VEAL
I nrtl-l. iL.. ..Ill ..11 .1 ilia lnwaat mu-lret Dri
on. A fair .bar of the publio patronage ao-
dian cuHtoms retuniB, is one 01 me
Btromrest argumenU In favor of annex
ation. If the dominion wouiu miner
make 150 a head rrom hicoiiiiuk i "
men that exhibit neighborly kindness,
the situation will sooner or later be
come unbearable.r-H. . iiuueuu
Fletcher Linn to J A Sawyers, 110 x
100 feet In Bhaw & Patterson'sadditlon;
J P Cheaber to Jai P Tnmer, lot 3. Hook
5, in Cbeheri addition; 6U0.
OT Fanning per Sheriff to Sher
wood Burr, W i lot 8 and E J lot 4 In
block 4 and In block 13, Packard's ad
May F Oriflln to W H Griffln, 110.02
lnTP10H,Ul W; fioup.
l'hitof Mulkey cemetery filed by E
H Hawkins, T J Gill and Thomas
Jenkins, directors of school district
NPliit of Oak Home filed by T A
Henderson, consisting of 60.14 acres.
Carrie M Elwert to E A Ayres, land
luying adjoining to Glenada; W.
ft ..jVl a lt,imnhrA In A O HOVCT
and H 0 Humphrey, y interest in 225 acre.
inT15 8, H5W;3.
Tho. L Woodw.rd to Enphania Edmund
aon, 135.15 aorei in T 17 8, fi 3 W; f210.
U 8 to Bamoel O Thompon, 33 acrea;
Times, Oct. 17.
There will be at least a dozen new
residences go up In the spring.
Houses for rent are always in demand.
Subscribers are not rushing In as fast
as we would like. Every citizen
should have his name enrolled. ume
N. Gilmore ha. the Intnber on the ground
for hia new residence. If tbe weather holds
out favorable he will soon have it ready for
Marshal Major found some female
goods, a dress, sacque, cap, etc., under
the sidewalk south of Lee's drug store
Suturday. It Is thought these articles
were used for a disguise for some un
i A.i nnmiiu nf tlm pdvltv under the
sidewalk would not have lieen used as
a wardrobe. The marshal has the
"duds" in his possession.
Pkndlktos Swindlkd.-A fow weeks bro
. ntl-man visited Peudleton who gave
hia name H. II. Down, and bn.inea. bb rei
.'...;., of the World's Fair Publml
ine Company. Bo aeveral businea. men gave
-(,,r iit nf buililinea at 115 each,
Mr. Down. BO im
I.J l.n.lo with Ihn llSHUtV Of bll
r . .i.n. .i, u,e nrdcroil for a birds
cueiuo iui. -u. "v.w
eye view ol Pendleton and aeveial public
i.':i.i:... . . .nut nf 7!i. naiil with B COB
tineentcaHhed immediately, as Mr. Downs
...n. in lauva tlm town the next
morning. He remarked, Incidentally, that
picmrcB would be published tree oi me oi.j
r n... nn,i,.atif rttixpnR. ftna die-
couueu aim ..wM....... -
nUved a number of photographs of citizens
of other towus uanaea mm " '" r
nose. Downs, it transpires, was a first
olass gwiudler.Pendleton E. O.
Tim full text of Governor Hill's
sneech last week at Cooper Union,
Bays the Telegram, proves, that his
grasp of publio affairs and political
issues is exceedingly comprehen
Tt. vena u orrnt meeting, and
the speech was equal to the occa'
sion; it was a great Bpeech.
Jonathan Bourne lost $25,000 in a
J tin d dii't. squeal,
noKer gai"- - . . f
U others did, under tno
that Btate any one u..
. i; Rmirne has been
ordered to go back there and tes t-
liir irn h nauucii. vi
d, says he must but Bourne Bays
he won't, ana nas appear
. -r-r:.,;iio nntier has re-
A iie.ui""iv r-i, - ..
noiiwi tne ionoi"s o
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news. "Enclosed you wiu .m
..n.inllAn for my subscription.
x i : :a .ninliln ti nav for a
1 Know 11 ia r T
.mmirin wood or potatoes but 1
1 ., r.f nntnineg. and we
ainiuBiuuu v. i -i
didn't have a very good wood crop
.. . i it i.mi will neceDtthe
Wis year, unu u j i
money this one time, I will try and
do better next year, iimv "
tho excuse I have lor not, pavn.g
TO THB FARMERS i
Aolilnnrl Rennrd: Hermann is
satisfied with the government
works at Coos Bay. but it is not
Wa wiu pay the hlnhest market prios for Fat recorded that he is so well pleased
l...l. mil HhMD. I 'll. IL. .o nf II It M I Or in
V.M. I I Willi LIII3 VI111&.D UI il, Av
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SHOP ON vriLLAMETTit BTtukKr. uu8 congressional uiouiut.
eugene crrr, oreoon
Tintor C.tv must be in a bad
win? financiallv. A late number
of the Democrat charges that the
nitv i nitvins 2.20 a cord, more
fnr wood, for use at the water
n-nrl-a t.linn the same can be pur
phnsMl bv private individuals.
Vnr pvprvtliinor reouired by the
city two dollars for one are being
paid while the city script is going
a begging at fifty cents on the dol
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and get mORE PC
i nnrl use LESS WATc
Write for our New IUustratd C'aUlogoe forisu,
THE LEFFEL WATER WHEEL & ENGINE CO., tfiS?
MeaU delivered to any part of the city fre. of
PATTERSON, EDMS 4 00,
Fnmily RR flP.FRI FS.
Flour, r " " '
rt-iirrvn a T.ATiniC ANT) POMPLETK
JCL stock of SUpla and Fancy Groceries,
J. L. PAGE,
n in il,a mnat favorable terms.
Wheat receipts of any warehouM north of ha-
ien., properly. asiigneu, mnou in i;iiug
r'lnur or Feed.
Crnigkest Cash Prio. Paid for Wheat.tT
GEO. F. CRAW,
bought In the best markets.
rvpiuoiuriv mo picu
lAuLUoiilLi run uhoii,
Can offer the public better prloas than any
Produos of all kinds Uk.n at market price.
Too Much Load
On tbe Liver will break down all the
enonriei of life, and unfit you for
Work, Business or Pleasure.
Aim.. ...1,. r.lila ln.ittaa RMarktlta
LU fi CO Hoaraensss, Whoopl Caugb.Crous.
S.ra mroii, Minna, a wj .un.- v, n
1hM.t, Lrianl Chttt, including CeMumetlna.
Firsl National Bank
leu Tinmra Uondav mornlns Leonard
Chilaon, aged 15 years, was praotioing on a
trnpete at the house of Mr. Knapp,
when He ten ana uro.r u ic
arm at the wriBt. Dr. McKinney waa
called and let the injured member and he is
getting along si well aa could be expected.
Snars of Oregon pine are to be
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rviit intn tho 1 . W. CriUSCr 1 lUIU-
Holiiliin nnw heintr overhauled at
tho Brooklyn navy yard, replacing
.1 . i . : Tlm
ine Bieei ones now m woe. anu
three steel masts now in use in the
Philadelphia weigh upwards of i2S
tons, and cost over ,uw. wime
tho pino masts will weigh about two
tons and cost less than if 500. The
lnwor nmstfl are Orccron vellow
pine Bticks 20 inches in diameter
and ol) leet long, ine topmasts
are each ten inches in diameter and
30 feet long. Steel masts have
becu given a thorough trial and the
return to wooded spars by the navy
means a great deal for tho prosper
ity, of timber owners on the Pacifio
I coast whoso forests are vast re
serves of timber particularly adapt-
ea lor inai purpose.
Tho state bar association met in
Portland Saturday, when the fol
lowinir officers were elected : Presi
dent, L. B. Cox; secretary, Chas.
H. Carev: treasurer. O. F. Paxton;
vice presidents, P. P. Prim, First
judicial district; John Burnett,
twond; lilman rorci, iium; c. v.
Shattuck, Fourth; T. H. Tongue,
Fifth; C. A. Carter, Sixth; and V.
II. Wilson, Seventh.
Mr. Edison announces the inven
tion of an improvement in electric
railwavs that will do away with
tho rable car and tho trolley. He
an vil the car will catch its power
iKmctlv from the rail8 and will
Mr nn the current through two
and one-half inches of mud, being
entirely free Irom uanger, cost oniy
o third of a cable car roaa ana per
form everv function cheaper and
hettor. Besides this. Mr. Edison
nrmnnnees another important in
vention, lie is building a largo
plflotrio locomotive for Henry Vil-
lard. to bo operated between
Phienco and Milwaukee which will
olan mn without a trollcv. and
which tho inventor confidently be
lieves will supplant steam.
Tho Chilian troubles havo been
the occasion for Borne piwii
bungling in the state department.
The interests of the United States
have been trafficked by a few spec
..ii.0 .Mmi Viv nn accommouat-
ine minister. The latest phase of
O . . 1 A- I i
the affair is an uniortunaio
. . . :l. TTnitiHI
sion Deiween nuuum
States and Chilian warships in ine
harbor of Valpairiso. The United
States cannot hope soon to re-establish
intimate relations with her
Bouth Pacific neighbor.
At a meeting of tho county alli
ance held at Milton, Umatilla
county, a few days ago, a resolution
was passed declaring against an
... . i . i 4.. Tt urn a rr
alliance wiru pariy.
solved that the alliance is not a
party or partisan. It is a frater
nal, not a political organization,
whose purpose is to advance the
best interests of the farmers, The
,.ii; nf o-iwl honest men to
cicijuuu v e,"- - .. ..
positions of trust and responsibil
ity is favored. Beyond this tho
alliance does not go. On these
lines the alliance is capable of do
ing an untold amount oi gooa.
what tho (farmers can accom
plish when they become Bolidly
united for their protection and
benefit was well illustrated a suun
time ago at Rorden, a town on the
Northern racinc rauroau. xuo
Vnora' Alliance had built a
1 U,HI1.U . ,
warehouse in opposition to the
Northern l'acino aievaior cum-
sany, but tho railroad compauy re
used to lay a side track to the
building. Then the farmers
promptly refused to sell the eleva
tor company a pounu m
wheat at any price, and the side
track was laid at once.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS
From the Cheapest to the Best
prices according to quality.
A LARGE STOCK OF
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties
be suited either, as to Price or Quality,
Oar assortment is Complete, from theJowest Prk
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a cal
OUR STOCK IS
tig-Free .New and StylisKSl
Look us over; if we do not save you money, we will make m
sell to you low.
A FULL LINE OF GROCEMES
F. B. DUNS
Boot & Shoe Store
A. HUNT. Prop.
Will hereafter keep a complete stock of
Ladies' Misses aud Children's SHOES.
Slippers, WHto and Black Sandals
FIXE KID SHOES,
MENS' AND feOYS'
BOOTS & SHOES
And In fact everything In the Boot end
Shoe Hue. to which I intend to devote
my especial Attention.
-MY GOODS ABE FIBST CLASS.
. And gimrantewl as representad, Bjid will
be sold for the lowent prices that.a Rood
irtUa mn ha afforded. . A. "tJlXl
CHOICE WINKS, LIQUOBS i
Willamette Street, W"
IndiireBtion, Coiutiption, SIwpImb-
ness, Biliousness, tr the first alarm.
nBtare. sound, to wrn you of danger.
Is King of tbe Blood, Liver and
Suimach-It hu Never Failed.
Handrails of UrtiaooUls lik this:
i. R. Millar, AjVitU, Or, vilUai "It eund
Moll aavera line and Ulooil trouble"
rf old by all dr. .lata.
In Austria it has been found that
tlm Rlnntinff of letters in writine
rauses curvature of the e pine, due
in Dm nnsitii-in mn in tinned at the
i fni) or desK. anu a suurvme cuuu-
Pild UP Cash Capital $50,000 cil has rccommenaed that upright
SUrplUS and Fronts, $30,WHI letters tie cultivate in scnoonng.
Eugene City - - Oregon.
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A KUbHI DME1I.I DullOfW Q(W on rv w
The pftrticnlarn of onttiug scrape thai
In MnOne. Polk conntf. late
Frirlm ATeuins are received. The trouble
lUvifl RflBrn. ex-countv olerk
Wllliaru Bean, both of
MoCoy, Bnd is supposed to be the outcome
of an ola leiia oeiweea iuo u "
..1 n..n X (Turunt alnrlpa nl 1116 Knair BrC
vuuil Hiau, u.".. ...... -
..,.ni Kar m Vimliv slashed about the
body, but tbe eitent of bis injuries wero not
learned. It is staieo. mere w. wuumu m
t.u.v..t ni (Id Ifi. -Steve Cnrran.
Ia rtrtva.. nf ih. T.inkvilla and Bonanza
ainoa .an. that ex-Sheriff Carl), of Lake-
view, aud Tom Miles, of Jackson county,
made a big bsul of malefnotors isst Tuesday
in a canyon teur miles nonoeasi ui ump
k r waaka sdo. considerable voun-
hon flout inn throuch Lake-
view and Alturas. Cal. Miles was sent on
the trail of the qneer sbovers. In compa
nv with Carll be visited tbe den in the can
v-n at ril althnnsh no conuterfeit moneT
au'innnit vat tb. two men captured thir-
lun Inn. ha fmm Laker iew and Alturas.
finding in their possession several postal
mnn.. nr.lura and other evidence of their
n..iinir,.iinn in th. lata robber of the
u.iu rnnnhio bfteen Lake view nd Link
iiia. Anions the prisoners are tbe
notorious Howard brother..
TVo now state reform school at
Salem is now ready for business.
Parents or guardians ot loys who
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will not be controlled, anu who uk
sire their admittance, should apply
tn thfl nroner county omciais aim
state their misdoings. Tho quali
fications are not rigid ana no pny
sical examination will bo required.
The Examiner has aa vices irum
TTnnnlnln to the effect that Queen
Liliuokalani has been taken ill
with serious fainting spells, anu
her physician, Dr. Trosscau, has
pronounced Her irouoie orguiuu
Sioonao nfthfi heart, lor wnicn ne
Huirp-estno remedy. Death it
is Btatod, may occur at any
My Patrons and tho public
notified that I will sell all
Goods and Merchandise at
Creswell :-: Store!
' HORN & PAINE, f
Fishing Tarkle and la"
All iviii. --- i
Guns Loaned & Ammunii
everyUy is uslnn f impute i t
i,?iH nn their ysw.m- 7.3 i
pmm a torrlble death. '"',, t
Positive and kl2,h!Jm.C
never fails to wre. Kh ura
Back. Sore Thmat, t
I OK THE
Lowest Cash Price!
ahl.Uroa. 8Wht drafu oa NKW YOKK,
mil auii, has i KJUstiatAJ anaivui
T A vn flU Vlll v
llilla rJ ...l,.nM .1.1 am l.iMija anantruia.
DanmlU taeaiml anhiasl to ekaok Of Cartlfl-
m). tj rinnalk.
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All OOllacUOBS BnlraSM W U WIU IWOSITa
The assessor of Astoria returns
13.000.000 more nroncrtv in that
city alone than tbe county assessor
returns for the city and county
Tlm nturrpcaffi erain croD of this
- r,n- - .
country is estimated at 3,123,009,
000 bushels, of which 2,000,000,000
bushels is corn. . This is 28.8 per
cent, higher than for eleven pro
Germany imposes a duty of
14.76 per 100 kilos (t0J pounds)
on bacon, ham, salted pork and
canned beef, and forty-eight ccuts
per 100 kilos upon lard.
Aftir an alisence of ev-
on.i months in the mountains ltert
Totter rvturniHl to his home in Kalem
...i..i.t tin n-turniHl with Dnviil
smith ou of Don Smith, of
M..imniR member of the party who
Hustained gueh Injuries in the moun
tains a to nMidor medical aid an ab
solute nrnity. 15y some means
VounK Bmith sidit Ida knee cap, and
1.. n.ia.u,llini4 U mifVerinir i?r'atlv.
He waa taken out yesterday to Judge
Wui.L.'a rnni'h niMir Mat'leav. Mi-isrs,
Potter and Smith were members of
Judtre NVbKIo'b jwrty and the accident
hurriea tnem oui oi ine niunuuii" w
e.. tKuv u..m niilv to pome. Ttiev
tixik the Orvpniliiu train at Coburjr,
Waving thejiid to return home alone
with the wuk train. This year the
party camped high upon ft Hood
and aftrrwanls movetl to the south,
taking In Jeffi-won and paying their
resi-ta to the Three li-Htorn.
a onnorinp Judiro in Sonoma
county, Cal., named Dougherty,
decided that his colleague ior iuc
cam a nffipft ( one Crawford) was
elected" by one vote at the last
November election, ana in orucr
to come to this conclusion he
threw out two ballots for his oppo
fJndffe Rutledee) because
upon their backs were faint im
pressions in printer's inK, maue oy
one sheet being placed upon an
other when trcshiy pnniea; uio a
fow ballots scratched in favor of
Rutledge with an indelible pencil
and red ink. Un another Dauoi
the name of Rutledge was scratched,
but Crawford's name wa3 written
onnosite to the name of a candidate
1 . fTl
for Btate senator. inis vui
Dougherty counted for Crawford
and thus elected him by one vote.
Could anything have been more
scandalously unjust ana aisnonesw
Judge Rutledge appeaiea to uie
supreme court, and that body did
itH'lf honor by Drusning asme an
flimsy technicalities and counting
every one of the above votes for
him to whom they belonged.
Will pay the Highest Market Price forFanii
Frodnee. To reduce our larire stock will
Biv.PECIAL IXDUCEMENl'3 for Cash
L D. SCARBROUCH, CRESWELL-
P" I T II Without Health can.
ELM La I M not be enjoyed.
It It the best nel.-r 10 IKallli and the iuiAet
cure on Karth. l ac it in time lor .11 divtascsof
the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Skin. Il
cure. Rhfumitinn, Malaria, Coated Tonnue
' and Headache, relievrs Constipation, Biliuus-
ne aiid Dyspepsia, drivrs .11 impurities out of
the Blood and dririupoldSorr.. The Business
men buy it, the WorkiiiRnwn use it, the Ladies
take it, the Children cry lor it and the Farmers
ear it it their best health preserver,
Sold everywhere. Ji.oo a bottle; na fur v
Sot Ice to Creditors.
TVTOTICF. IS IIEKEUY GIVEN THAT
IM J. J. Winn ha. been duly .ppointed
a.lniinltrtor of th. ette of J.H. W inn. de
ceaeed, by the County Court of Lar.e county,
8UU of Oreeon. All penon. hsvini claims
svainat said a.ute are hereby notified to pre
sent th. tarn, to the aiiuiinistrat at Mann,
Hreiim, iw to rteo. It. lrria, attorney, at
Eugene, Ore(fon, within aix months from the
date of tlii. rntic.
Dated October 31, 18DL
Geo. B, Uorns J. J. W-IB,
Attorney for estate. Administrator.
In the Circuit Court of.
Plla Will-on, PI""'"1
To tbe aboved
Wilson: , .l. fp'
IN TBE SAME .Bj
yon .re here bv v q ,
n . V. J.
ppear - .
plttintin Win "rt v . ff-j
lief prayed for "- 1 tn
pUintiff.ua w rftn - (
atO. Of 1 ?:
deft., venue u
un. Tbis";on' V';-
of the Hon. MartJB
circuit court, "'j'' j, j
,.(AnKu-t. 18.M- '
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