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Eugene City Guard.
bilUBDAT, MAY 7, 1832.
Jnilffe Pipe' Uecord.
The Register gives us a further
opjiortunity to bring tho record
inado by Judge Pipe before the
public. It says:
"The Guard Htatcu that during
Judge Pipes' administration there
have been 22 cases appealed to the
supreme court finm Lane county
and but three of them have been re
versed. The records show that on
ly four cases have Imx-ii appealed
from this county and three of them
liave been acted upon by the bu
prcme court. But this does not re
llcct any grca. credit upon the
judge, for the cases are mostly jury
cases and but few of the them are
npiwaled on any decision of the
The statement above accredited
to us was made in the Daily
Ck'ARD of Monday and was correct
ed in the issue of Tuesday by sub
stituting the Second judicial dis
trict, over which Judgo Pi pea pre
sides, for Lano county.
The Hecister was published the
Wednesday after. 'e deliver the
Daily Guahd each day to that
publication by carrier. Wo cannot
however believe that it is so un
worthy of the honorablo profession
of journalism as to publish the
abovo if it had read tho correction
made the day before. However a
careful reading of the article shows
that the author realized ho was
treading on dangerous ground.
Tho position of iudgo is ono that
should be removed so far as possi
bio by the nature of our institutions
from political influence Tho lives
and uronrrtv of our people dcicnd
on tho faithful administration of
our laws. No ono doing business
knows when ho will bo forced into
court and it is but natural that the
judge whoso record shows his abili
ty and integrity should have tho
advantago of it when a choice must
be made by tho people.
Tho record of only three cases re
versed out of twenty-two is a phe
nomenal one. Lawyers do not ap
peal cases without they supMse
they can make a fairshowing before
tho supremo court. Jna majority
of the districts at least 50 per cent
of the appeals aro reversed. Judgo
Bean, tho predecessor of Judgo
l'ijx'H, was careful, painstaking, and
has a judicial mind that renders
him held in high esteem among the
legal profession of tho state, but
during his term of odico in tho Sec
ond judicial district over fifty er
cent of tho appeal were reversed.
Tho simple statement of apjieals
however docs not show tho extent
of tho work of Judo Pipes. In
Lano county during tho pant two
years not less than .r(H) cases liayi
leen placed on the docket ami
larire number of thoso have been
contested. Douglas and Benton
each probably coital Lane
while Coos and Curry havo
smaller number.- Wo repeat that
tho record made by Judge Pipes is
a phenomenal ono and entitles him
Don't wait for your neighbor to
subsenbo to tho railroad BUbsuly
but set the good examitlo yourself
Tho reduction on tho manufuo'
turod woolens of all kinds proposed
in the cheap clothing bill passed by
tho house would havo scarcely one'
third tho taxes imposed on clothing
by tho McKinley bill. Tho result
of this reduction would bo cheaper
clothing and lietter clothing for tho
money, with larger Bales and better
profits for dealers, and greater sat
isfaction to all concerned in the
clothing trade, merchants as wel
Judgo Bennett, tho democratic
candidate for Buprcmo judgo, was
m nulem mo other day appearing
beforo tho tribunal, of which he
should Ik) elected a member, in four
cases. Judgo Bennett has a splen
did reputation as a pure and able
jurist, and, unliko his opoiicnt
has a largo and extensive practice,
Wo made tho assertion soon after
tho nomination of Judge Moore
that he had never apiearcd
tho supreme court, and no
has yet been made.
A railroad from Kugeno to Flor
ence would mean tho taking down
of many siena to let. It would
mean new buildings, work for im
chanics, laboring men, and a goner
ul livening of business and every
industry. lho farmer would re
ceivo tho benefits of cheap freights.
ihousands of dollars would be
ppent in construction. The tax
payers' burdens would be lightened
as the taxes paid by the company
would bo a considerable Bum, prob
ably equal to the interest on the
subsidy asked for.
It is a wise jiolitical jwlicy for
tho democratic national party to
keep the silver question in the rear
until after the presidential election.
Then we opine a free coinage bill
will be passed by tho house by a
majority that will astonish Borne
of the natives. Tho democratic
when the opjwrtunity oilers will re
store silver to the position that it
held before being degraded by John
Sherman's treacherous act in
1873. At the present time we are
electing a president, and cannot af
ford a blunder like that of four
years ago which lost its author and
his party the presidency.
KnmiL'h has been written and I
spoken on tho jioint that good roadH
are desirable. What is now needed
is for some one to propose a feasible
plan for obtaining them. The
statesmen who aspire to olliee
should consider this subject.
General Weaver is engaged for
sixteen sjiccehes in this state. He
will siMak once in eacn oi sixveu
counties. .Mrs. wane, uio woman
orator of Kansas, who took J. J.
Walls' seulo. is now in ashing-
ton. but will bo hero with General
Only a short tune remains in
which to raise the railroad subsidy.
Work, and efficient work too, must
THURSDAY MAY 5.
Join llollowuy's clubs.
Oct the lutest novels ut Holloway's
For stono Jars, Jugs, milk creeks, and
flowerpots of every description Ax
Bend lo or call on E. J. Fraxlcr (or on
ol hmcircuUti deacrlptivt of bin latent ami
The county clerk issued a murrluKe
lleciiHO last evening to J. It. Kruusse
and Miss Mary L. Klnsey.
W. Holloway's clubs are a success.
He has already a lar)?o membership
and they aro hero tostuy permanently.
It will be several days yet beforo the
delinquent tax roll Is completed. It
will make I'M pages In the tux roll
Hoveral subscriptions to the railroad
fund this morning. If you Intendsub
gcribirig do so ut once us it is not long
until the 11th.
Just arrived direct from tho factory,
a carload of the celebrated Mllburn
wagons. Cull and examine them at
M. Hvorverud & t'o's.
W. Ilolloway is the only jeweler thai
oarrlei full line ot wutohn ul ill grudw
and makea. He h Iw ice the ilock of aoy
otliert, and can bettor please yon.
Ax Hilly allows no one to undersell
him but will (five more value fur the
same money than any other grocer In
Kugeno. Hpot cash, our motto, Non
union, our prices.
As a family medicine, the Oreiron
Wood Purifier has no equal. It lias
proved itself a certain and efllcacious
remedy for all dlHcaws eutised by an
Impure state or tne uioou.
A reward of $.1000 has been offered
by the Southern 1'ucllic railroad com
pany ior llie apprehension or mo vn
liiiiiH who wrecked the overland train
ut Myrtle Creek laxt week.
TheHaleni council bus passed the
ordinance for the grading or Cliemeke
ta striH-t over the mayor's veto; uIho, to
dlsehurgu all (Ire department hands,
re-emiiloy two, put Itoth eiielnea in
one hotixe ami consolidate the olllce of
city surveyor mid strcH commissioner.
Corvullls Times: Tho Oregon Paclflo
now supports u fare collector on the
DUHHcmrcr f rains. Whether this new
move lias been brought uliout by the
increased travel and the Inability of
the conductor to do all tho collecting,
or whether their own guilty conscience
has aroused a suspicion of others, we
ure not udviscd.
Hollo way leads, others follow.
Lawn mowers, f 4.00 at F. L. Cham
CarpetM ! 0 irpoUl at D. Linn & Sou's,
D. Lion & Hon, ior furulturo, caipctaand
Tobacco stems for tree wash, cheap.
ut Hayes' cigar store.
By iroiiiir to Holloway's you can irct
all the latest novels to read.
Fresh Kurdcu seed of all kinds in
bulk. Hand wheel hoes, etc., ut F. L
Frank Ilrown Is flttlnjr un his con
foctlancry store and restaurant In
(Several Kuircne iHtinle immmiIo aro ul
ready talking about going to the Mo-
The high wheel Victoria luwn mower
is the Ugliest running mower made,
Call and examine at F. Ji. Chambers',
OiirfoOlnt In the heart of Florence are
the best hurcuins now in Lano county
Don't wail for prices to advance but
(no. M. Mii.i.kh & Co.
We think It would lie a trood elec-
tiohccrhiK scheme for Hherilt' Noland
to have the Itussell leUer kept in the
Keglster until after election, from re
murk we have heard made on the
streets since Us first publication.
The boy's baud played several selec
tions on (lie summit of Skinner's but to
last evening, attracting the attention
of many of our citizens. This band is
Improving rapidly and will soon favor
our citizens witn open-air concerts.
The Toledo Pout my : Col li otor of Cm-
tomi R. A. lloniitill came near paaainu in
hinchm'ki on MomUv. He umde a tu Intake
in the bottle aud took a done of duo instead
of lalta. He ia about O. K. and in the fu
ture will lit that all bottlta iu his modiolus
otieat are properly latwllwl.
ISeurly two doen liniulirrants ar
rived from the Vm1 on the local train
this afternoon. In fact Immigration
has Ixvn stea Illy pouring iu for the last
few days but nothing to what we ex-
H'et when the liulldingor theSiuslaw
s I'juttern l(y. Is assured.
Amosnnd Jusiht Wllklns. of Co-
burg, left with iti head of eat tie for
hastem Oregon this morning, where
they will keep them this summer, driv
ing them buck here In the full. They
win Keep them ut the llg 1'rulrle un
til they can cross (ho mountains which
will lie several weeks yet.
can be cured
by the prompt
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
the Inflamed tissues,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
fttrlrkeia With raraly.1.
Albany, Or., May 4.-J. F. lWkeu-
ato, a wi'll-kuown ()IJ Fellow of the
state, wa itrickon with janilynl in the
I'mIlw room tunltflit.
A Family Affair
Health for the Baby,
Pleasure for the Parents,
New Life for the Old Folks.
Jht a family affair- requlilta
of the bom. A a ami
packa makea B gallon ol
a, dcllcloaa, atrengtbeninf
I Don't be drH1 V a JW, ft
lh atksof liw uruAl, telle yoa
aunwoi tor kind U " )ut aa om1 "
'iia tuitr. NalmlutkDlaaauo4
aa to gdauUie lima'.
I rNtur la faultUia and eo b that
noble dlacavery. contlnaiug; only N-
ura'i owd remeaiM, "ior-
't la a bencflt to the human race. KfcKf UP
yOUTH, HEALTH, V100R by the uaaof
PFUNDER-e OREOON BLOOD PuRIFieR;
Juick and Complata Cure of all Dluarw ot
iht Skin, Kidntya, Bladder and Llvtr. It
iheckt Rhtumatlam and Malaria, rclltvaa
;ontliptlon, Uyipepaia and Blliouaatit .and
ut froh energy Into the eyitem by making
Krw, Hlflh IIIimmL Take It in time, riant now, I
it cannw be beat aa a preventative of dieeaM
- M B-t evervwhw. ti a bottle, )nr
Anvthint? in the Gro
eery line, Goldsmith's.
Comegys & Gray,
IIuvImb ramovod to Walton'a lllork. Wlllam
ette Htrvet, aro prepared to give you twrxaliu
Market Price Paid for Country
Call and ae we will do yon aool.
We lead in quality &
Eaat Ninth Btreut, Eugene, Oregon.
IlcKt Trout Fllea. Oreguu pattern '&e w
Klm (iMit U'nilvn oo
A FC1.I. LINE OK :
Mu : Tackle : mil : Sportlm : Goods.
: AiJto :
TENT AND CAMP El'RSITCRE,
Thta Lime li ManufacturtMl by the
NEAR ni'NTlNOTON, OREGON,
Ami haa earned the reputation nf being the
trnniteat lime in the market, and oonwnterjt
ly, in ailditiiio to making the bent work ia at
an eiiiial prioe. the cheaiwat to the uter.
The following analyaia by V. (J. Jenne,
oheruiet, l'ortlaucl, (Jreuon, la worUly of oon
Alumina ... .0.1 Kulphatm Trace
('artxmate of Ume..W..rm Mu inula. 01A
8IIU 1.81 WatiT (105
1','nxltilo nf Iron 07 I'himphaU'i Trace
Mr. T. V. Ohuuhk, Dialir lit Kun.niNO
Matsrul. Aent "Dregon" I.line, l'ort-
Iikah Mih: Kefirlmi to your Innulrv oon
oernluK the "Oregon" Lime, would ay, that
we have uaed thia lime, that it haa given eat
Infliction, and we coneider it a tirat claaa lime
in every reaiieot, Youra truly.
Malhrw A. Howe, Contractor, "OrfKonlan"
IIuIIiIImk. (.eo. Uiinfortl, t'outravtor, Wein
liarii lln'wcr). llaxalonl .V Haunt, ( onlraclora,
rortiana i.iiirary iiuiiuiiiit. aiiiIitwhi Ulna-
nam, t onlrnclor, iiciihiiu X vtiMHlanl llullulng
Hurkp A O't minor, ((oiiprall oiilraolora. t'. Oor
don KlIUoii, llrlck ( ontmclor. Arthur Johnaon
A brother, t 'onlrautoiK, t hamlKir of ( ommcrt'c,
tliH. Ilamlord, tloncral Htone lontraptor. Fort
land HrlilKit A Hullillna t'n. Thomaa Mann,
Hullilcr. Jaa. MrKcmlrlck, t'ontraotlna 1'lanUT
cr, "OrvKimlau" Hulldlna. John Kaau. Kunt
Wright Fireproof lng t'o., "Oregonlan" lliilUliug
(I. ('. KiiMill, I'lanlnrlng ('outractor. Edward
K Ulff tlior, di'iicrel Htooc Contractor. W Jacob
on, Contractor, IHirtland I'ntveniitv. Kocher
& Krvmann, Contractor., lH-ktim llulldltig.
The "OrvKon" Lime fur the Kugene market la
earruni In ilwt ly Mtnura. n.M lilt dt it ALU
J. II. BARK, M,
C D. HULrOKD.
00 MILES EAST OF EUGENE.
Electric, Steam, Medicated and Shower Hatha
Swimming Pool, Humane and Inhalation
The water, are moat valuable In oaaM of
Liver and Kidney Complaint, Khetiniatitm.
(lout, lniy, Skin Affectiona and l'rivate
A phytiolan In attendance at all tlmea.
Finest Hnntlmc k Mu Gronnds U Orem
GihhI grountta furnUhed to thorn drairing to
1 ikmh.- r or board and nae of water, 'J per
day; camper, with uae of water. $1.50 ier
weea tor eacn inuivumal.
Htairea will leave R Hani a liver t atable.
Eugene, Monday. Wedneadaya and Friday
morning, at 6 a. m., arriving at the
.priniri the aame day. On other Uaj-a i
iievial aUge will be aent out if four naaaen
gera apply, at regular ratea.
l.etttr will receive pmmpt attention and
all poeaiole lulormation given. JtiMreea
Foley Hot Sringa, Lau. Co., Oregoo.
HtOlllHlTlOS STATE TICKET.
Coiigrveiinan, 2nd Dtt W.I. RUiDON
Huprrrae Judge B. P. WEU'II
ol I ortianil.
rittlllilllTIOS CiH'XTY TICKET.
eV'tiator W. L. ItLACKW EI.L
A. Ill SIINKI.I. of Junction
JiikKI'H TAYI.OK ol Collage lirwte
H. UAYt.OKl) ot V Kneene
County Judge A. S. fATTEU.iN
ol North Kurene.
Commluloner J. M. KITSOS
ol south Euirne.
'lerk WM. M. PITNEY
8hertrT II. M. GILLKSI'IK
Treaaurer CALVIN IIANNA
of North Luavne.
School Duperlnteudent WE RODMAN
Sunreyor f. A. WOCLEY
oi Mum Eugene.
Cash paid for produce
BARKER m II
Eugene Cigar Factory.
Jri Htill in tho front and Iiuh re
opened on Xintli street, next to
Luckey h Dru Store, and will inan
ofueturo the lU'rit (!igrH ever
smoked in Lane county.
COME AND BE CONVINCED.
Orders will be pronijily uttenilud to.
Eugene Cigar Factory.
Ninth St., : : Titua. Block.
For a square deal, go
Dr. R. L. WILLOUGIIHY,
All Work Warrailei to Glre Satisfaction
Nltroua-Oilde Gaa and local antithetic, for
the palnleai extraction of teeth.
OFFICE-In Reglater Block, Eugene Oregon.
DBS. J. W. 4 JENNIE S. BABNABD,
ei'EOIALTIErt-Khlner and Liver Diwaaei
Gynecology and Obatotrfca.
OFFICE at reildcnce on Olive atreet between
tth and loth atreeta.
Li Rates 10 to 20
Will meet all
Goods and Prices.
The value of un investment in
merit which it possesses, and tho
Thnt is why
best investment In Eugene, especially If
Adjoining tho University grounds and tho elty limits on the East, with
street-cars, city water and electric lights extending to It, it Is
the most convenient and desirable property on the market.
Never mind the weather, UNIVERSITY ADDITION, is high
anil dry and naturally well drained. Prices low, aud on easy terms.
Call on or write to II. N. Cockerline,
I am now allowing the
Hats and Caps,
if vou want Groceries
or Crockery, call on.
Heiiilwii I Cleaver,
:-A full Hue ol-:
Pero Drii and Chemicls
mmim Aae tolly oijjnj ed
Eugene, : : Oregon
For Wooden and WillOW Ware,
go to GOLDSMITH'S
Pete rsi Cherry's
Yon will find the Standard
Horse : and : Cattle : Medicine.
No Anenle or Antimony Guaranteed to keep
your atock in uooa tonauion.
Cueaper ni Better Uian Condition Powders,
Goldsmith, the Pio
BOOTS & SHOES.
property depends upon the actual
prosjiects of its increasing in value,
Property is the
you want a beautiful place for a home,
Eugene, Or. Office in Chrisman Block.
choicest line of Spring
and Ladies' Shoes,
J. D. MATLOCK, 1892.
EUGENE CIGAR FACTORY,
: No. lOO. :
dr.. 3a. 3acrs,
MascraiTfRKa op am nrAWB is
CKIAIWaudTollAiruHof all k a for the WHOLESALE and ItETAILTILUiE.
The 1-arae.leml ll.-.t HelecU-d Block of Cinan., Tobaivoe, H-ei, Ktc, ever kept In Euxene
ll.vlnt ourchaned thla atoek at a gr.t dleount, I am ahle to fc-ll helow Cortland prlcea.
Tb. "i t"l! I .Vk Tny Xl n 1 u U.U 1 1 IH do well lo price n R...I. h-fnr purt-h.-inK elwhere.
OLD f'OHTOEKICB COltNEIt, KI 'iKNK, l)ltK(l"N.
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL DEALERS IN
Farmers and Builders Hardware,
Farm Implomciits & Maclnnery
Farm and Spring ftps, Bup, Carriages and Carts.
General agents for tho
PLANO MFG. CO'S
Call and examine our st6ck before purchasing.
Odd Fellows Temple, Willamette Street.
A. Y PETERS.
: DO YOU NEED ANY OF THEM? :
1. 20 yds American Shirting Prints $1.00
2. 20 " Lodi and Harmony Dress Prints 1.00
3. 15 " A. A. A. Muslin (good as Cabot ) 1.00
4. 12 " Bleached Cotton Flannel 1.00
5. 12 " Atlanta Plaid Shirting 1.00
0. 10 " Dost Dress Gingham 1.00
7. 16 " Satin Striped White Good 1.00
8. 12 " Good Check Crash 1.00
BOOTS AND SHOES.
9. 'l pair Good Calf Boots 2.75
10. 1 " Men's Heavy Plow Shoes 1.50
11. 1 " Ladies' Oil Grain Shoes 1.35
12. Buy a pair of those 5 Button Kid Gloves, only 75
Look it All Over Carefully.
HOWE & RICE
Are Showing the Best Line of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS,
For the Money, in Eugene.
AGENTS FOR THE BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN GOODS.
To call and examine our stock of
We carry the largest and
We sell an
We have anything you
Walking, Sulkey and
Threshing anil Mi
rows, Cultivators, Seeders, Drills, Feed
Mills, Hay Cutters, Churns,
Washing Machines, Etc.
We sell MITCHELL and STUDKBAKEK WAGONS.
Don't fail to see our new improved
The new CHAMPION MOWER
connections warranted against breaking or wearing out.
The best BUGGIES, CARRIAGES and CARTS for the LEAST
Wk are is it and are bound to pell, so don't fail to call on us. ,
H. D. NORTON & CO.
Southwest corner Sth and Olive Streets, Eugene, Oregon.
v : mw : mm
most varied assortment outside of
A 1 line of
want in the way of
Gang Plows, Har
All mailable Iron and Steel.
is a wonder. Gearing nnd nitruan
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