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Eugene City Guard.
BATH ED AY DKCKMUKlt 8, ml.
The council lias resolved to build
water works and buy an electric
light plant at tho earliest posmble
moment Thin will probably be
tho issue at the city election in
Henry E. Docsch, of Portland, haH
been elected treasurer of tho Btatc
board of horticulture, to fill the va
cancy caused by tho death of It. S.
Wallace, of Salem, and has filed his
bond. Tho board will hold its an
nual meeting on the 2nd Tuesday
of January. .
The sewers are performing one
important function. They receive
tho drainage water from the
business portion of Willamette
street and it is not flooded as usual.
It is to be regretted that the other
connections to carry off the filth
and refuse of the city cannot be
made at present.
Governor Hill thus explains tho
Democratio doctrine on silver in a
recent speech: "Tho Democratic
party has planted itself firmly ami
soundly on the principle of b'miet
nlium V Hnnounco the present
Khnrmnn silver law. Tho Demo
cratio party does not believe that
parity of the two metais, or equal
ity of all dollars, can bo attained
by any law which encourages spec
ulation in silver; which regards ono
metal not as money, but as mer
chandise; which prescribes .how
much a secretary of tho treasury
shall buy, and how much he shall
count out to tho people; which is
not coin, but a paper currency a
now-fungled legal tender each
dollar protected by whatever 3711
grains of silver may bo worth in
Now is the time for tho Oregon
farmer to study tho lx-auties that
would follow Blaine's system of re
ciprocity if carried to a se
quence. Wo are loading thousands
of vessels for Europe- with food for
their starving millions. Tho same
process has been in operation for
years, with tho only difference that
this year tho producers get. better
prices. Blaine's reciprocity pro
hibits trado with tho nations that
buy from us. With seeming Yan
kee shrewdness Mr. Blaine seeks to
make national diplomacy a barter
ing, trafficking afl'air. He is anx
ious to procure tho trado of tho
South American republics, so-called,
that produce, outside of revolutions,
almost everything that our farmers
have to sell, lie proposes to get
their trade in competition with Eu
ropean nations, against whom wo
levy from ten to two hundred per
cent, tariff prohibition taxes. Such
bait is thrown to tho farmers, to
gether with a tariff of 25 cents a
bushol on wheat and 15 contd a
pound on hops, both of which aro
shipped to Liverpool for a market.
It may be that the producers,
through tho educational system,
will at last realize that reciprocity,
if carried to its natural conclusion,
means tho idea of a tariff for reve
Th. firm of Cronor & Blair doe. larpo
od luoratlve business, bat bus been In ncwd
ol mot vehlolea to da their inoreaalna buxi
neu. Wednesday they purchased the
trnoki ind business ol Orln Moore, the vet
ran of the draying bnaineai Id Engnuo.
Now, Muwn. Crouer & Blair will be en.
bled to handle all busfneii en
trusted to them with groat dispatch. Anoth
er thing about the above oumrmny, tuoy
only employ the moat oartilul drivera, beuce
tht-r bare no breakage.
Mr, Moore and family will more to Port
land where they will boroaftcr realde.
Buhoknation op l'MuniY. Clins.
D. Thomas, noting as a deputy U. H.
limnthiil, arretted a nmn by tho nuuie
of M. T. Lundy nt Florence tho 11 rut of
tho week, mid bnniirht him heiv Wed
nemlny and placed hiiu In tho county
Jail for tcniiHiniry IuhmiIiic, on a charge
of subornation of perjury. It is hii-
Ixwed that Lundy Is an alias and that
ils true name is Wont. At least lie
lieara a striking nvciulilance to Vest's
diwcrlptloit unit was amuied us Mwg
Raid party, llo has a portion of his
loft forvlhigor oil', Iuih lontf, curly, black
hair and answers tho Wrlitlon in
liehrhtu, etc, Lundy clahns that lie In
a victim of mistaken Identity, llo 1m
wanted for locating a manlier of Kaso
luirjr and Cooh county people on titular
lands. The U. H. iuanshal will Ik! here
tomorrrow for the purpww of Identity
itg him. If ho Is the right person,
then he will lie given an examination
ln'foru U. 8. CoinmlHMloner J. J. Wal
ton. Dwch.boid, Claib P. Uoualon, who baa
o long and ably filled the portion of aU
tlon agent at Junottoo wag Wormed of his
removal jeaterday by the 8. P. U. K. and
the appointment of Mr. Harper, u hia ano
oeeeot. The people of Junction are aorry
to aee Mr. Ilonaton removed a he haa jiv
a general satisfaction to the people of that
titan an A mimaIs! Iv tfi thrum jl..tnr. K.iul.
iieaswithth.oompanyat that point. The
wuiwDj giT u iue reason tor m remov
al, that he haa not attended to the Weatom
Vnioa telegraph bnaineaa acceptably to
them. It U generally believed, however,
that the real oaoae of hia removal, U be
eauat he joined the AaaocUtion cf Btatiun
Nor a Hobo. Itoeebam rialndealer. Doe
8d: Tht blind baggage passenger, who
wu nan id ounusy nioruing aacculeut Dear
tunnel wa not a "hnhn." .t ...
ported, but man worth ail or aevno thous
and dollars. He U a brother-in-law of
Johnson of Eugene, proprietor of the Minn
eaota houae there, and aaa enlni? nn .
viait partly ol aocial aud paitly ot a busi.
neaaa nature. Inataad of paying hia f ire
he notioed the eeUar of the cabooae open
and crowded among the tool, with the
rame otaij arnaaued up.
The State Fair lloARa-Govcrnor
Pennoyer Tuesday uiadetwoappMiiut
menu to fill two vacancies In th mate
imam or agriculture, the tenna of T. (i.
jucunmmi and Van de IihmuU linv
and CiuiiKu Fisher, of Aluitnoiimh,
were appointed, their t.rnn i,r ..mi.,.
Ueiniilng with Dwmlar lt, lstl,
and ending two year henr.
Thou. Pope, Dead.
nunwMD. Or.. Nor. 28. 1891
to rwonl the death of Tboa.
Pope, postmaster of tbla plaoe, a pioneer
aettler here and one of our moat neeinl
reapeotful oitimoa, alter an nineaa oi
lua II had beta
i.-.l l..lih Inr unm veara. Ha waaknOWB
aa a practical chriatian, and waa a aoldier In
Die late war. tie wbb uis isiuer vi i
drin, 1U of whom are atill living; wee
ried twice, nla aecona wue iimyi"
7. IH'20. died Nov
lum tfM iaiu nA fnmilv have the Bvm
n.ti, n( ilm entire eommunltf in their aad
French Tausy Wafers.
These wafers aro for the relief and
cure of nulnful and Irregular menses,
and win remove all obstructions, no
matter what the cause, aud are sure
and safo every time. Manufactured by
Knierson Drug Co., Run Jose, Uil., auu
for salo by usnuni uvimhu.
"There goes Annie Kooney."
"To Frleudly's to buy carpets."
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
A Mdchlt Mabbiko Pub. CorTsllla
Times: Cupid's little arrow atrark an
target Thursday. Abner D. Llmbock
..!.,.( r.'. n,1 Mm. nnlvail. BDed I
were nnited in wedlock. This la the fourth
time Mr. Llrubooker baa taken the "Impor
taut alep anu ira, duitiii u
i. ..j i,n air tmuliumlii. llinT tart oat
i: Tn i ii u mim mm""'- J
life rich in experience, but likely Copid
Will Itrlllg nia DOW lor auoiuer arruw.
Tho hidy In the transaction was form
erly a resident or Eugene, wing am
brief stnv here.
Clotlii 4 Mr Goods-
iny 1 have m irked down ftU clothing from 20
10 2j sr ceiu; niitxitHiB
$20 Suits ... .. $15
16 " - 12
Also largo lino Youths Suite running
from 14 to 18 years at correspond
ingly low prlees.
riiiMivW Snli. from 5 to 12 vcara from It up.
Kiimj nanta write iwr pair upward. Over-
enntii, lolli Men end Uoya, Uudertrear etc., in
cluded lu tM aale.
. ALSO :
Talemifs, Lais' Cloth, Flannel
And all filter Dress GeoJs.
Thnte.nnjiihAlfirnffl atnok hut frolh and
new, Ixiught fur tlila wlnter'a trade, and are all
desirable gixxla. It la auldom auch an opimr
tmilty la oauriHl to buy (rooda undur value, and
nil are reiuuuu vo cau earij iwiura tun nuw
J. H. McCLUNG.
I lu tn inform the nmnla ot Eueene and aur
ronnillniri, that alnco I have been In New York
1 have ouuio wrmt amall manufaoturera and
otliera who wuru In urifunt nl of caah, and hav-
liiK the nwljf money on nana, i nave wugni
awl liled rimhIj which 1 am now In a poal
tlon to hiiudIv the people at prloca that will ault
everybody, (live nie a call and you will be con
vinced that W. Sunders la eelllng gooda cheaper
than any other atom in tue town.
A partial Hat of prion for flrat-claaa gooda:
Mon'a aulta. Rood rooda. good value for 110,
Moira auua, diagonal gooui, gooa vaiue, an,
(irand Army aulta, fine goods, good value, 118,
price, ts.l") a ault.
And lutaot other clothing at greatly reduced
uoyH' anna, gooa annua. ii.w, I. l.i, im.
heavy ahoea at 63 oenta
a pair: iih) value, 11.25,
Meu'a aolid workliiK nanta. tS ceuta, 73 oenta,
ft a pair,
Men'a underwr 'vwe quantity on hand,
good value, It ar thirta aud drawera, price
M ot'iita a ault
Ladlua' IKniKOla .Oahoea, fl.83, l.io, 1.73,
1.H7 a pair.
Men a II ne ahoea, tmtirtn, gaiters and lace, $1.57,
1.07, 1.7S, Mi lwlr.
Men i tine uall ahoea, 17.03 a pair. '
Meu'a work ahoea, 11,01, 1.13. 1.38, 1.69, 113 a
Men aud Bova' hata and caps. Vk 31. 24, 87. 51
and Kl ccnta.
Uilles' hoae, o, 7, 11, 1.1, 15, 31 aud 23 oenta a
uenia aocaa, o, a, ii, n ana II oenta a pair.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
Return ail gooda not approved of and
I Will Refund Your Money!
Youra, anxloua to pleaae,
Opposite Postofllce, Eugene, Ongon.
Colds and Coughs
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
and most effective
It should be In every
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co
Dn. K. L. WILLOUGIIBY,
All Wort 'Wimalel ti GIti vsmsl
Mlroua-Oxtde Uaa and local anwetbetloa tor
the aluli extraction ot teeth.
OFFkK-Ovet UaUoek aetara, SogsM, Oreguat
Uxn Orrict at Rosreuao, Orkoo.r
lov. 13, laul. (
,ililii.l, lvi n that the following
named arttle r baa filed iif)tlc o( his Inleiitioii'
to make Bnal proof III aupKirt of hlacUlin. ana
that aald proof will be made belore the Judge or
Clerk of the County Court of Lane County, Or
egon, on Tueadav, January 12, via: V. T.
Carter, Pre-mptlon U S No 7H4, lor the LoU i
ana 4, Be 2, Tp lu S, B 1 W.
He namea the following wltneaaea to prove till
continuum realdenee upon and cultivation of
aid land, via: O U Walker. John A Taylor, Oeo
Warner, (leoMNoet, all ol i"all Creek, Lane
To Krank hhulta, Pre-emption claimant under
D 8 7141, you are hereby aummoued to appi-er
and ahow cause. If any, why aald final proof
abould not be accepted.
JoUN H. SUl'PB, Register.
DES. I. W. 4 JENNIE S. BABNAED,
SPECIALTIKS-Kldnev and Liver Dlscaaes,
Gynecology and ObaUitrlcs.
OFFICE at residence on Olive itrect between
9th and luth atreeta.
th 8TBEET, EOUENE. OREGON.
Opposite N. Y. Racket Store,
If Interested, Send for Catalogm
a rou urn or
Guns nnd cporllnff Ooods
And dandy repair shop In connection.
Frtah Timothy, Orchard Oraaa, Flai,
Bed, White and Alsik Clover,
Alfalfa, Velvet, Cheat, Bye,
Grata, Kentucky Bine.
ANYONE WHO WANTS TO PURCHASE A
Can make the best selection by looking through
our complete stock of
Carefully selected and especially adapted to meet tho requirements of Holiday shoppers.
Prices within your means.
sWE PLEASE YOU AND SAVE YOU M0NEY.
GO TO HOLLOWAY'S.
A Big Cut in the Price of
FOR THE NEXT
TO REDUCE A LARGE OVERSTOCK AT
Ullllllllll a jJiiuiiimui wiuiv s uitiyviiuuii
Odd Fellows Building, Eugene, Or.
Something entirely new in the Carpet
It is tho superior of anything made in the Ingrain Carpet line. Call
and examino it at
ZT TAKE NO OTHER S
nuaif -x: m tlic rrajniajr m. tnmm
rnUNlaTTsv. U int. uliiiiii.
kTv w atiw riwiv nv Trrw
JACKSQK CORSET CO., Jackson, Micti.j
Toe manuntciurcri name la prmtra upon me
boira, and atamped upon Inalde of clasp In each
valak Thfjr are trie meat fopalnr artlcln of
tbe kind now on Uie market You abould have
one of them.
BE SURE and GET the RIGHT THING
For sale at the RACKET STORE,
own -J i.'Ta
P. FRANK & SON,
Eugene, - - Oregon.
FOU EDUCATION AND
UNIVERSITY : : ADDITION
For Elegant Homes You Want Both. "
Tho University for tho family, and a Choice Location
for your residence.
LoU are large, on a Dice elevatlou and naturally veil drained. Soil rich and WELL CULTIVATED
You can turround your home with
-FRUITS AND FLOWERS-
Call aud get prices and tenni and have the property shown you.
H. N. C00KERLINE.
Office, Register Block, Eugene.
BARGAINS. - - BARGAINS.
We are the people that five bargain In
MEM'S, BOY'S AND CK1LDREKS' FALL AND WINTER CLOTHIKC.
Furnishing Goods. Furnishing Goods.
Such aa Negligee, Sateen and Woolen Shirits, Dres9 Shirts,
Undenvare, reckware, Sock9, Etc.
Ilats. Hatse Caps. Caps
The latrst atylre and ahape.
We also have a very fine line of BUnkxta and Flannels direct from the Salem Woolen Mllla.
veryuung oaraau ai ngurva mat canuut oe unacr auiu. ionic ana are ua.
HOWE & RICE.
Oppoalte Cnlremlty Book Btora.
Fairmount is th ceiter and "in tho
swim." Think of it;
fAIBMOUST tl B
the oenterol the com
ing elty. The way
the railroads are now
butlt will make
Springfield a rival
point for buslneee,
arid Eugene, ralr
mount and Spring
field are growing Into
one Urge elty with
Fairmount In the cen
ter. Property In Fair
mount for thla reaaon
will advance in value
faster than any other
locality around Uu-
made faster growth
the paat year than all
-.V.... a.ihtirltf nf Ktl-
gne put togetlier.and
Will IHBV ..ill
ranld advance during
the ycara to come.
You can't gut around
i t m
Xugens, Fairmount and jj0 v v . sli " Q
Springfield are feat grow. V.' H, ,; i l j H
lug Into one larga city J I.aV ; lyi--- J H
with Felnnouut in the? , ff
"ntCr' ?i -u-,-;'--rYi.i.,i.i- .f.--..
iron n if? t,
Inches l i, J
down, tm ,!
-'0 i wtiri
POPULATION INCREASED FROFfl 7. TO i
It it 1.1 it-., t r,l mmnV TT1 AAD 1 T' 1 1 1 .-1 n . At
n oirvvi nmrth nr T.nts nroneriv hoiu uio mai yuai. xnwo m auvanco svn m. ..
on January 1st. More lots are selling now at $125 than were selling . six months ago J
8100. Get in the center it you want 10 Duy 10 mai-u uioue. i vbuwwo . wnn two diilt
a X ? -v .3 l V. .a, intln Va-WVtin fntl VI n n 1-. 1
Two daily passenger traintj, unu uas uuinavait hhuiuiuui uwum,
: ALL S3EOU23ISD IN ONE YEAR.:
A motor line Is certain to be built through FAIRM0CKT la a very short time connecting It with Eugene and Sprlngflald.
IN THE CENTER.
GEO. M. MILLER & CO,
T. O.HiirniuMS, 8.B. Jtiif, Jr.,
First National U
Pfllii nn fash fanllal $50,000
Surplus and Pronts, $30,000
Eugene City - - Oregon.
k (naaal KanVln nr Itttaln-MM In ft at nn MaKaintl
able tenna. Sight draft, on NEW YORK,
CHICAGO, SAN FRANCISCO and PORT
Dlllaa nf avnVianna anl4 An nMlirft AAnntipfAal-
Deposit, reoelyed aubjeot to check or certifl
cat. of depoait,
All collectiona entrnaed to Qi will reoelve
J. L. PAGE,
HAVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE
stock of Staple and Vane? Grooeriea,
bought in the neat market.
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
Can offer.thepubllo bettor prioe. than any
Produo. of all kind, taken at market prioe.
C 8 Land Ornci, Rosibpro, Or.,
November 14. 1M!U. I
Complaint having been entered at thla office
by Oeo W Patrick aealnxt the heir, of Harvey
Padgett, deceased, fur abandoning the home
stead eutrv No. 4t74. of the aald Harver Padg
ett, deceased, dated March 11. 1HH6, upon the
ion no a, . ana ana niom w oi sec.
W, Tp 17 8, R 9 W, In Lane oounty, Oregon, with
a view k me cancellation oi eaia enirv: ine
aald parties are hereby aummoned to appear at
the office of VY. K. Walker, count! clerk ol Lane
county, Oregon, at Eugene, Oregon, on tne Wtn
dayol December, Isnl, at 10 o'clock a m. to re-
apona ana lurnun teatimony concerning aata ai
leced abandonment. Hearlni to be held at thla
otiloe on the teatimony ao taken on Saturday,
January 9, 18itt, at 10 o'elork, a. m.
juiiri. n. out rs. neinater.
A. M. CRAWFORD, Receiver.
Bufllotent evidence having been filed to ahow
that personal service cannot be had It la hereby
ordered that eervice be made by publication ac
cording to law.
junn. m.bmui'e Hcgiaier.
A. H. CRAWFORD, Receiver.
rOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of a deore. and order of sale
and execution. Issued out of the Circuit Court
of the Stat. oi.Oreiron, forth, conn ty of Lane,
on 11th Hay of November, 1K91, in a auit
wherein Charle. Knoop and Earnest Knoop,
partner doing buaineaa nnder the firm nam.
of Knoop Brothers, was plaintiff and Henry
Hchwaner and Mary Schwarier, hi. wife, and
E. J. Fraaier, wen defendant., commanding
me to Mil the fallowing described real proper
Commencing at the NW corner nf the Tboa,
Gregg Donation Land Claim, NotiRcatlna
6983, Claim 42, in Sec 7. Tp ltf, 8. R 1 W.
thence aonth 28 chain., tbencw eaat 75 obaina,
theno. north 0., 08', Mat 27 4 chain, and
tnenoa wen 7o chain, to the place of hav
Inning, eontalning 210 acre, mora or teas, In
m county, Oregon, to satiify the aum of
1S47.3A with InUreat at 10 per cent, per
annum from the 27th day oi October, 1691,
and on and aocrning eoata,
Now thanfor ia the nam. ot tb. Stat of
Oragnn, io oompliana with aaid writ, I will
offer for aal. at public auction to the hiii'ieat
bidder at the Court Houae door tn Euijarie,
Lao. county, Oregon, oa Satvrday. th. tli
day of December, lsil, tho afonaaid deanribed
real property, between tht boar, of 9 o'clock
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., to-wit; At 1
o'clock p. m., on Mid day. Tarma of aala,
caah in hand. j
Dated at Eupn. thU 12th day of Nov. ISO).
JArJ. E. NOLAND,
Bheriff ol Lan. oounty, Orecoa.
By H. J. Daydepnty. ,
75 Pairs 10
Direct From the lilli
1.45 A PAIR
$10,000. $10,000. $10,000
SELLING AT COST. j
L. D. SCARBEOUGH
At Creswell, Oregon,
For tho noxt sixty days,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and S
Paints. Oil. Druirs. Hardware. Tinware. Woodcnware. WallpaF''
k-A t- ai v J j-1 ii in l 1 A a Mll fVir. antim BtOC- I i
aiiu -vrryiniiig in iue niercimuuiBO iiuu wm ua buiu m umu v v-
ro producei wheat or oats.
Call First and Secure Bargains
.. . . nMrfa1'
In order to settle with Mr. William Tlffanv. whose time la np, it becomes necePerj
in. auov. seica, All maeoteanes. lauet ne paid lmmeaiawiy.
L. D. SCAKBKOUGE
CLOSING UP SALE.
I am now offering my
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guilty by I
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AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES-
-1 have a laig.su ckof -
3 -X33 IBS' S .aCIO 3E3 S
Which I will doee oat BELOW COeT.
5 triiliy Joe
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Other Shoe Wear at Away Down
t atomach, a
p-f the b-al ni
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