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ijlTY ANO COUNTY.
, OCfOltKK U
j y Wulton, utlorney-ut-law.
Votiev to I'M" 0! funtw. Kmiiilrv of
Oliver gwg f'W 00
j. V I, ChniiiVrs.
"l)r U'll'll' 1U.V I"' fuii( ut
u n'-.ilfin on Ollvo strvei. Istweeii
ifiliu'i'l rtixtli streets, one hi nek west
i ,lt. Minnesota hotel, lie In tire-
j td do all dentul work In the Ixnt
fl'ull ':Iu'ri "me ""' Cement.
i F L CIiiiiiiIkth.
Far mi for Sule.
tutvt now thirty fine funis In Hie
iiLiiiift le valley for mile. The?
include every variety in size ami
Ice. l-orileHcriiMioti iihi, hii-iivi-h
,: ' tlKO. M. Ml I I. Kit,
i Wllklns Mock, Eugene, Or.
F L C'liuiiilu-rs
t L' i'l cok move M.OU,
Brick uml mortar for sale at the
j icket store.
0 I' or O 4i! hi ly refer to plows, hut
P.-r to an Oliver plow or an extli,
1 til the '"" "l""-' ! the plow or
i nm the full lianio in on every piece
i o(i-rn are Imitations or the Olive
j 0w Works.
TJakkiko. Mr William Janie
( ass hihI Mli Nellie Florence Mar
i were inarrleit liv llev W S Gilhert
: i the residence of ilm hride's parents
(i Eat '1 tvelflh street ut 8 o'clock hist
f.-nliiif. The young people are well
s i favorably known In iv.igciie anil
i , Ir many mentis join in wishing
l' iu a happy anil prosperom wedded
Imitations are nuiuerouH, ami "only
- d thiiiirs are Imlta eil," hut the
mine Oliver chilleit plow can only
It bought of
F L Cnainheni.
Farm fur Kent.
Also one of 385 acres; good dwelling;
o Inary outhuiMinKH; large prune
r hard, In full tearing. Will rent
c ap. For terms address,
Jamks Ukaiui art,
abIiiioii for Kali.
rsuxiisvi M.K, Ore.. He.t 22, lH'.HI.
Those desirihic to buy fre-di or salt
r. .!i;inn ciin gft them at my wharf 7
miles below teaton, Fresh salmon at
cannery prices. Flour and bacon taken
8 J BituND.
Lost. Owl scarf pin studded with
(! umoiids; ruby eyes; nose black onvx.
Literal reward will be pah! on de
livery to Julius lioldsmith's Cigar
n'.iire, Eugene, Or,
SUPRKMK Cot'KT. III liie case of
First National bank of Eugene City,
sopcllaut, vjAU llovcy, et ul, re
IKindents, ordered that the time for
nerving and tiling appellant' abstract
ind brief be extended IK) days, and for
r.npondcnt's alistract and tirief lot)
(!;iys, from tlio tlrnt day of this term.
The appellant U given 61) days after
tervloe of repondeiita briel to serve
ud file a reply lirief.
It would lie hard to convince a man
etitrvriiig from bilious colic that his
b ;ony is due to a microbe w itli an un
pmouncttble name. Hut. one dose of
I Witt's Colic and Cholera t lire will
i ince him of Its power to afford
I ut relief. It kills pain.
OsIll'HN & DkLano.
, Dates ( Ulicelled.
t Portland, Oct 2, 1S!)G.
Editok Guard: Under date of
October 2nd, Judge M L Olmtead
telegraphs as follows: "Ow ing to the
li'ku.s In my family I cannot till
apjxiintments at present. Notify."
iiittiutea and appointment have
therefore been cancelled.
; John C Yot'xu.
A Nakkow Escapk Another gun
riden came near being added to the
h"t ywterdar. Wairen, the 18-yeur
i.UUonof W M Jones, who reside at
tiie eoruer of Tliirteeiith and Hilyard
ntn-i'ta, was handling a shot gun lu me
litting room of the house where it was
accidentally discharged. The contents
pid through the onel of a door
Into another room, riddled a lot of
wardrobe aud hurried itselt In the wall
f tht room. Mra Jones h id Just left
Hie room into which the charge of shot
paxl when the guii was discharged.
Iisl.T was stck, we pare u -t UantOA .
Wha was a CUi'.J. slio crtw! . r CastorU.
Khm site bocanw JTiw, riia clun ; t' C.-storU.
m tbs had CbilJren, the gave U.am Caatoi !.
aitlng- Allrnr Sbi-ddi.
AtiiANY, Oct. 7. New s from Shedds
Nr., says that Edward Furwell was
iwioe In the bowels at 0 oclmk
t', is evening bv Miss Thompson. It Is
Uived that'Farwell will die. No
r eticulars are obtainable.
Iti'Ulnrta t'annst bn t ured
' ' I'Hjal npplteKtloiia they e-inrioi reach tha
X'. p.irtlim of the ear. Theru l only out
viocire d-aliieM. aii'l that l hv onmlltu
' " 1 rvmeilleii. l".-atni' cium-J Iij ail ia
! :il diinliiinn ot Hie miiunin lining "I tn
'.arliUn xutw. W lim Ihi" mh i nillumt j
5 -a hve a rumblliu or Imiwrfi'fll h.nnt!.
:i'lhii II l emlrelT fliwa.deafm-aaU ins
' "lit, anil unlpu the tiiflainallon on be taken
'I au 1 tlm tube realuml to it normal coiuli
' hearliiK wtll be destroyed forvver; nine
ii-'oiii o it.n are o ued by ra'arrh. which U
"'ii'lng but an lnUauieU couditioa ol the mu
"''Sii'faCM. rtw (ivennellumlriHl Dollar lor any cams
'li'aliie-n (eaiiw.1 by rutarrh) thai cannot be
f "HI by HaH'tCalairli l ure. 8eud lor clrcu
it i rirrvEV A CO..T .ledn. 0.
C-SoM by Dnmgnu.lTje.
Foind. III the Racket store, a
Mall sum of money. Owner cn
hsveanie ty calling at th store aud
Eli Hill, Lumber City, Fa., writes:
"I have been suffering from pile for
-j years and thought my ea.e iucura
tie, DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve was
'(Miinieuded tome as a pile cure, so I
"ght a box and it performed a per
' Dent cure." This Is only one of
1 uands of simitar cures. Eexema,
' 'tand kkin uieeasea yield quickly
v it bused.
OsBt'RN 4 DeLano.
Stale fail cniiliiicnecl t.ij.,y.
Commissioners court in M'l. ion.
Cyclone ho.e Until meets tonight.
Georgia is holding a shite election
J W Kays U lu Port Unit on a hul
ni s (rip.
U. v V
omrs I'ourt ci-iivened this
(iilli-rl returned fr.un
Thanks toSecntaiy of State Kin
caid for favors.
rresideiit Chnpinau arrived hoine
I)r Ogl.-sny came up from Junction
J M Dick of ( amp Crek uri ived mi
the ufuriii.oii i rain.
The I'iits is the let h vcr harrow
made. K L ChauiU-is, Agt.
lion C II liakt r, of Wallei ville, was
In the i lly this iifieruoon.
Judge Hsk ami V M Horn n turned
from Kli.ruice l:.b( eveiiing.
Oliver sleel plows anal. led to scour
anywhere by F I. Chaniheis.
The averane catch i.f s.iliu m at
F.orenee is In tons per day.
Ciiiiimis inner T Ilailev is in the
city in attendance upon c.nirl.
Miss Sue D.irris of Tortlaml Is visit
ing Willi liei parents in thiseily.
The ioO Oliver nlow is leader of all
favorites, hce it at F I. ('hiiiiibcrs.
It is rumored that one our I.UHlm-ks
men uill be marned this evening,
J S Clni k.a liighly re-siected Aliiuliv
i-111.ci:, nifii in uitl piace VeMclilay
Anoll.cr full cut load of Oliver idow s
ai ! 1 r hauiUr s.
Trof ! red H Dunn has been eh-cted
president of the Salem Epworih
I) WCooIidge has sent 15 varieties
of grapes to the statu fair ut Salem for
Fresh grass seed of all kinds.
K L ClIAMIlKHS.
J r inrst has couimeliivd suit
against Joseph Spice r to foreclose on a
leiu lor iu m.
Win Vauk'han, w ho resided west ol
town, left today for Easlcrn Oreuoii to
resiae in tne luiure.
All kinds of thresher extras ordered
t Jj Chambers.
Mrs Geo T Hall has none to Tort-
laud to siiend ten days with her
daughter, Miss Carrie.
riie iiorth bound local tialn w Id
lay over at Hie State fair grounds until
o'clock each afternoon.
Genuine Oliver plow extras only to
be had at F L Chambers1.
Tiie county court today granted a
mnrrliiL'o license to Will Gross and
Nellie Martin, both of this city.
W J Itryan made live speeches in
Indianapolis, Ind , yesterday, one
audience iiumlicring nearly 0U,(M).
Oliver plows both steel and chilled
Ith the same old guarantee warrant
ed to scour.
F Ij Chambers, sole ngent.
J It Haskell hai sold his stock of
second hand goods to Hut ton & Gilbert
f the Ninth streo second hand store.
Kohl Di ink water has rented his
farm uhovu Springlleld aud will leave
next week with his family for Harney
New and second hand buggies.
F L Ch:mlers.
Col D H Hush of Tortlaml, a life
long republican, has declared for Bry
an and free silver, says a gold bug pa
per of I hat city.
Stoves to fit everybody 's purse from
$1.00 to I0 00. Just bought a bank
rupt stock of three car loads.
F. L. Clmmliers.
A car of hops was loaded today by
r D liiuton for the Thiladelphia mar
ket and one by E C Smith for tho
Tort laud market.
The strut sprinkler was on duly
again this afternoon. It was giveu
rnval welcome as me sm-els were
coining ipiite dusty.
Another full carload of Oliver plow
Rt 1'. li. CHAMHKHa .
Geo Knlierlson, of Tortlaml, repre
ulinir the liluke McKall Taper Co.,
spent last night lu Eugene. Ho went
gout It this afternoon.
Will llrlstow and family drove dow n
from Tleasant Hill last evening. Mr
Hiisiow went to Portland today on
the Woodmen excursion.
U Allen, wife and daughter, of
Prineville, who came in after a load of
supplies, left for homo tills morning.
Mr Allen Is an old Lane county hoy.
The old butcher shop building for
merly occupied by Heyniun, and re
cently nearly destroyed by lire, Inn
been torn down and the remains cart
ed away. A good riddance.
Ex Representative Hillcgas or
Springfield, is In t he city today. He
has not Joined the democrat party,
but is a free silver republican and w ill
support Hryan and silver,
Itev 0 A Wooley has been elected
vice president i.f the 0 P Synod. He
also preached to the synod in Portland
yesterday mi tho subject, "The Love
of Our Work."
The Woodmen order, staling that
there would be no asset-siiient for
October has been countermanded and
a new one issued. There is one as
sessment for thi mouth.
The Eugene Social and Dancing
club will hold its first danrw Saturday
night. The club has inoreased lis pop
ulaiit) since lat season ami has a very
large membership to start out with.
The report that Ex-Supreme Judge
E H Walson of Portland had declared
for Hryau Is erroneous. Mr Watson has
written to a fiiend in this city staling
that he will support MclCinUy.
Attorney II I) Norton and V M Kis
senger left this morning for Mabel
precinct where they expect to make
Hryan epeeches this afteruoou and to
night at the Ping Yang aclmol hou-e
in Mohawk precinct.
A half ft dozen railroad agents were
here last night trying ".ll.,ltt0J'er."
sons tickets to the Middle esl.
Transcontinental passenger business
mum be Ihrht when they will ru.lle
for aliltle business thu-ly.
Ashland Tldiugs: MrsJ W Ham
akar caine in from Klamath last week
and after a brief visit wth Ashland
friends we .1 on to Eugeue where her
sons are attending fcliool.
remain with them through the w inter
at Eue lie.
A political nn-aker In maKiOKui
r effort not lar from The Dallea be-
ter effort not lar I
r, I, la inwr'll US tnllljW's:
you may have clul reii If
..i..l.lr uiav Imve." and clo
'thfie is not a man. woman or i no.
In the houe w ho ha not arrived at
the age of lift v years, hut that has felt
lhe-e mitfhty truths thundering
through their miud for the .ast ceil
tune, ... ..1
OMEKMS( THE 1101' MAKKEf.
HtMlen of Some of the i.ooal
BiiTer Kclttnre ii Mill
I'alSyiiuard. IVUiber 7.
Salem Statesman of today aays: "A
Statesman reporter called on some of
the hop brokers and agents in tills
city yesterday and interviewed thetu
on the sliiiatiouof the niuiket, Willi
the follow in u results:
Spilre Farrar: "Tiie hop market is
n liille belter, prices ate advancing
slightly, We are now ottering U cents
for choice iroods. Hons o..n..rllv
make good samples, showing up very
well. Hrewers are not .buying much.
tliiiiKIng they will buy cheaper later
on. urowersare selling rapidly. It
w ill not take many weeks to clean up
me available bops lu this section of
mo country, t here are so many con
tracted and consigned for the pursue
iiiiMHK picKiug money, that there
win not be many available hops
Crops will go out of growers' hands in
a snort lime, it Is almost useless to
aeiid out samples, as sales, In most
instances, will be consummated Ulore
returns can be had from the samples
"E C Herreii: Hops are holding
int'irowii. nuyers wain nopg badly,
inquiries being received here from
London aud New York, but there are
not many sales to report as yet The
crops are all harvested am! there is no
picking now. I bo quality of hops is
Ki-ueraiiy goon, ailliougn some very
Interior goods It ve bten harvested.
Aposslbieadvai.ee In price mav heln
online k rowers oi mis poor product.
Win n the 'M Don bales of hops that are
consigned In lids slate reach the
market they w ill have to be disposed
oi, ss toe ueaier s money is tieil up lu
them, and when they are I brown on
the market we may look for a decline.
We have shiped several carloads to
London and New York and have
bought a quantity of hops at 5 to 0
The Salem Statesman has the fol
lowing additional Interviews with
local hop buyers:
II J Oltenhelmcr: "As anticipated
tho quality of Oregon hops Is lurulng
out superior to former st i.sons, and as
a result an iniuiry has already sprung
up from the English markets for our
Bonds, from the fact that both the
New ork aud English ciops are of an
inferior quality as compared with for
mer seasons. Six and a half cents are
ottered for the choicest growths, but as
yet there Is no demand for the Inferior
Geo W Hubbard: "There Is a bet
ter leellug in the market, but growers
arj pot disposed to sell. Choice ship
pers are in good demand, but there is
as yet, no market for lower grades, I
am ready to concede that there is a
better feeling. Choice lions will (Ind
a ready market, even at the advance."
w in isrown: "l iie market la firm.
Choice hops are worth 0 rent. Many
growers are selling llielr crops. De
mands from the East ami foreign
pi hits are good. A few Enulish or
ders have been received lu this mar
The true friend to the FARM
ER and the WORKING-MAN,
has consented to Address the
Voters of Lane county on the
political issues of the day, in
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23D,
In the afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Come and make this a grand
Pally Guard, October 7.
(Ikvkrai. iNSi'Kcriox. Company
C, O N G, underwent general Inspec
tion nt the nrinorv last iiieht. The
i,,tn..(.ilmr officer were Colonel Telfer,
ot Albany, Inspector general, Colonel
Jackson, of Portland, who Is detailed
as Inspector from the United State
army and also representing the brigade
commander, and Colonel Geo O Yoran
of this city, commanding second reg
iment, O X U. The company is a
little short on members, but otherwise
bore au excellent lnseelion, showing
much good Improvement. The In
siK'cling staff went o Itoscburjr this
afternoon and w ill Inspect tho com
punv at that place tonight. They
w ill' then visit ihe companies at Ash
land and Salem.
Ualiy ou -nl, Ociulwr 7.
A Pakalytic S t k o k e Mrs J
C Gixidale ofCoburg suuereii n p'
lytic stroke jeslerduy evening,
left side of her face and her left
u i.ru liliril vzeil. ..icuii iii si'i
summoned from this city
lady Is some better today.
Pal!) Ouard,Octotr 7.
ii ii mm At the Minnesota hotel
iii'lhlH cttv at 5 o'clock last evening,
William i.vi'ch and Gcnrude Har
num, both i.f tlii-1 , U v J A Img-
If your children are ubjecl to croup
watch for the llrst symptonis of the
disesse hoarseness. If Chnruberlaln'l
cough remedy is given as soon as the
child bectm h"ftr. it i" prevent
the at tack. Even after the croupy
cough him appeared the attack can
always be pieiented by giving Ibis
remedy, It i luvaiuame ior iiu
sml wh'ioplng cough. For sale by
O-burn & iieLano.
Camp wagou to hire.
F L Chaiiilient.
bally Guard, CVlotsii ;.
The list of Juror for tl.. O. to! et
term of court was drawn yeti rdav
afternoon by Sheriff Johnson, Clerk
Jennings and Treasurer Patterson.
Following are the men w ho w ill de
cide the cjiscs.
J J Thomas farmer
Edward Hailey "
Win 1 1) ii iu 1 1
It It Kelscy
A G Hogart
J H Haw ley
C K Monroe
Henry Tillon "
A J Pickard stoek'iiau
Stephen Smced farmer
C S Stevenson " Cottage Grove
J II Honig teamster Eugene
WEHwwn banker Eugene
T J Neidy farmer Sanoer
iH'tipiuiln cieen " Junction t it v
Harilv ( row
'riiwM'lo:e Martin "
L M Hartrt ig "
KM Wllklns capitalist
E J Crow
W L Houston
II A Hower
A H Heagle
Cot Inge Grove
Oct , n .
The lee cream axdnl
night was well attended.
N J Morehouse left on the morning
local for Astoria, w here ho will work
iu a logging camp this winter.
The scarlet fever Is In the tieighlsir
hood. MrsP S Hill's two children
were taken witli it last Friday, but
are not dangerously ill.
S n Davis and family have moved
to Thurston where lie has rented I
farm for the next year.
Lester am! Mairiile Jacohv has re
turned from their visit to Astoria and
Port Ian I.
Missea Nellie Cure and Ed v the
Vincent of Eugene accompanied Miss
iseiie iveeney home rrlilay night.
Aloses ami tune tiiiiu are alteudiuu
the public school lu Springlleld.
Allen NoiisiiiL'er hid farewell to
ft lends Thursday afternoon and made
tracks toward the Hoheniia mines.
Horn, to the wife of .Newt Idmll'V
at Natron, Sept ,'U), a sou. Mother
and child are doing well.
SchtMil has been dismissed for two
weeks on account of the scarlet fever,
II G Keeucy nm lo Eugene a busl.
ness rail Monday.
Datlr lluanl, October 7,
Hoi'B Havk K 1 s k n. Today's
rsalem htalesman: "in Salem yesler
day 7 cents were offered for hops lu
aevpral Instances. The market Is firm
and an increase even in this price Is
Hryan Electom Win.
Secretary of State Klncald has de
cided that the Itryan electors, which
are to be designated as "Peoples, Dem
ocratic, Silver Itepublicaus" on the
otllclal bullot, have the leiral right to
the use of the name of "Democrats"
notwithstanding the objection of the
so-called ' National Democrats," w ho
never held a primary or state conven
tion, and therefore he has certified to
their nominations to the county clerks.
A dispatch from Salem, under date of
October tith says: "The national dem
ocrats served an Injunction upon Sec
retary of Stale Klncald this afternoon,
enjoining him from forwarding his
certification of the fusion candidate
as 'democratic,' to the county clerks;
but the secretary had already regis
tered and mailed to the different
county clerks the ccn Ideations. It is
probable that each of the county
clerk will now be enjoined from print
ing the word 'democrat' after the
names of the fusion candidates."
A flue phaeton IU0.
F L Chambers.
R U P T U h H
fcAyr Knifo or Operation
Treatment Absolutely Painless
h mm Tl.reo to Six Weeks.
WRITE FOR TERMS
THE 0. E, M.U.ER CO.
Oir i-"' I ' ' ' " ' 'i"'-'a ll'i'Wi'i
(iood-Kye tu Hie swallowtails.
Ihe hwai'ow-lnil iK rnov'ials have
gone over 1. 1 (lie kid gl .co repuhll
cam. - b x.
'Twas always thus in childhood
Goodbye, irold lover, goodbye;
That rich kids should on tssir folks
Goodbye, gold lover, gixidbye.
live, Manila's baby, bye oh,
Itye, baby party, bvn oil,
live. Ilanna's darling, bye oh,
Goodbye, gold lover, goobye.
We loved you In the good old days,
Goodhyc, gold lover, gisidhve;'
Ere we saw your heart by Roentgen
Goodbye, gold lover, goobye.
Hut now wo are by the "gold beau
GiMxIhyc, gold lover, goodbye;
r or your are weihled tii cent s rcent,
iioounye, goiii lover, gooiltiye,
Willi a swallow-tall coat and a
GiHidhye, gold lover, goodbye,
You can't play In our alley 'nor
Goodbye, gold lover, goodbye.
Smitherii Oregon at the I . of (.
The Ashland Tidings is in reivlnt of
a letter irom one ol the .hlainl hoys
now ailclining llieMate l uiverslty at
I'.ugene who expresseil liluiself as
highly pleased with the scIiimiI, and
resiris theSititherii Oicgon conllnKenl
as getting along nicely. The fnllow
ing Is a list of tiie students at the Cut
versify from this section:
Homer Ioucks, Bernard E Spencer.
t has !. Wagner, liny It Itnhlcy, Ash
land; Iclor Holt, Talent; Ix'ss llrad-
ley, .Marie Hradley, lletilali W arner,
llessiu hammouil, Medford: Win
Join. son, Jacksonville: John M lloolh.
I. It Iilster. A W Ulster, IM S Van
Dyke, Miss O Croxtou, Grants Pass;
Louisa E lliehn, It II Smith, M L
Apiileeate, Itov Hamakar. Guv Hani-
akar; Claud K Fountain, Geo U Hat-
ton, Klamath rails; Arthuy E Gard
ner, Drain; Ed J Ellison, Koschurg;
. iwumicii, liiiitiie.
Sup iy me Court Kiryrln Decision.
The Michigan siinreme court handed
down a decision Tuesday of Intcnst to
bicyclists, crowing out of the ruuiiluir
down of a iitth) girl by a man named
11 lulls. Mie was walking tlown hill
lu a narrow path. Hinds was ridiinr
down the hill at a rate of live or alx
miles an hour. He struck and severe
ly Injured her. He claims that lie
si ruck an obstacle Just Ulore the ac
cident, but the supreme court declared
that w hen a person iiimhi a bicycle
comes up behind another, who Is un
conscious of approach, and is walking
where lie has a right lo w alk, elves
no warning, and strikes hlin with his
vehicle, the circumstances, unexplain
ed, tend to show negligence. While
Hinds may la able to show that he
was in the exercise of duo caie. the
court declare that, the burden of proof
Was cast upon him by the girl's case.
hai'j l.uanl, Ot'lotier 7.
TlIK WimiUMKN E.V( l ltHloN. After
not a Utile controversy ibis morning
the managers of the W'iMidiiicti excur
sion and the H P company dually
came to terms aud 4 or M Eu-
Itene pcnilo took paasagu on the
local for Portland. Iho excursion
seemed to huvc been greatly muddled.
The company charged f l"0 for a car lo
Portland and renin red that the money
be dcMsiled with them bcfoio tliey
would take any steps to arrange lor
the excursion. The result was that a
hirim erowil of neoiilo naMiMiibleil si.
the deisit before the arrival of the Ih'JU
train, but could not vet tickets, as the
company had fulled lo provide Ihei'i.
A list ol tin. names or thoso wnopai i
fare was taken. A lew minutes before
the arrival ol Ihe train a message was
received from Portland slating that ull
wlio took the excursion tickets must
return on Friday's local train. This
would give them one day In Portland.
rhejlist understanding had been that
the excursionists should return Satur
day and when the chaiiKO became
known many iiemamieti their money
back again, refusing to concede to any
such demand by the company. When
the train arrived no special car was
attached, and the excursionists crowd
ed Into the regular passenger couches,
forming a Jam lu the cars, mintage
una hurrleill V checked without tickets
and the conductor and excursion man
agement no doubt had a Hlco Job
straightening things nut between here
II lu a Irian
Alsiul lo lll Kinis svctlnii ul country where
malarial Ul.eaao, ellhur III tlx form ol rhllli
aiel fever or bilious rainllliail was particular.
ly rife, what would be about the beat ailrlcs
you coulil Siva lilin. W e will loll you -to carry
aloiiy or roviir on arrlvlnj, tho potent tne
dlchial lafsiiuanl, lloiletter'a Hloniarh Hit
lers, kuiiwti uiroiigiinui niaiaria inaaiieu
SioiL, hers aiel III oilier coantrlea, a Ilia
iimt ine.n. of di.arinlhs tha mlaiinalla
eon rue, aud robhiiig 11 ol Ita lall dealrurilva
lulluriirv. Not only doee lllorllly tliu iyatrin
by liicrea.lns III taialna, bat overcome. Ir.
n'KU ailiy ol dlsue.ilnn, tin-ll.er ami tha Sow-
ela, and eouuteraeta the uulavorahls ell.i'l. ol
over rxerilou, bislllyand tnuiilal, iiMnure in
mush wumlier, or ;i-cii,nUun imi ai ueiuary or
Isiroll., lo.. ll ai'penut aiei rirfMi iirr-
vou.ncM 1 lie iiiiii'iiou. ol aiiinriiiaiiou, un
Ilui a'('retliiii and Bleep hvu lu II a mint
IHjwcrlul and rellablu auxiliary.
I'pper McKenile News.
IlKI.KNAI' SI'KINOH.Oct 5, 1890,
Mrs Charles Hill Is some U tter.
Mr J O Houls Is stopping at George
There has been some extensive work
done on the McKcnzle wniion road on
the summit. We lmie the iieopleof
the McKenzie aud Eugene will do a
well every senson.
The reported light 111 this vicinity
proved lo tie a nsn race. e nope
lieonie Will ihi earciui nooiii iiiaaiug
such giaud mistakes. Just ta-cause a
man fulls tlown and culls a rout uou t
constitute a light.
Tha tlariaa l.lrcllan.
Jacksonvii.i.k, l'"a., Oct 6 The
state and county election passed ul!
luletly lu this i lly tiMlsy, with In
licallons of n largo vote, 'fiio weather
Is clear. Chuirmail Itawl. of the
de iiiM'rnlic executive commitie, iluiiua
that lil ixhsm, candidate for governor
will have nluralitv. Hie re
publican chairman concedes Jtloxhum
l.wsJ more man me repuuiicau noin-
This Is one or the slate ini .lara
Haiina has Isen claiming as doubt
ful. Persons who have a coughing spell
every night, on account of a tickling
aeusutiuu lu the throat, may overcome
It at once by a dose of One Minute
OrUllKX A. DkLA.NO.
SATURDAY, Oct. 10th
HON. BEN HAYDEN,
of Polk county, will speak lu Ihe ufter
teriioou at 2 o'clock. He la well
know n as one of the pioneer pollti
HON. E. HOEFER,
Candidate for Presidential Elector,
and editor of Ihe Salem Dally Journal,
will speak In the evening at 7:30. He
was a Itepuhllcail uieuiU-r of the last
legislature, and say he Is still a Re
publican. Ho will tell wby he sup-
lairts William J Hryan aud the free
coinage of silver.
Everybody Invited tn each of the
Mils fur Keep of Paupers.
Ihe folic wlnir bids for the keen of
Lane county's pauiK'r for tho I'lisiilmr
year have Ihvii presented to tho county
court fur consideration:
Dr II F Ituascll. the n resent en
cumbent, oflcrs to care lor, provide
lood, clothing, medicine, medical
attendance and burial of all who die
while in hi eharge lor (3.50 each ler
Alex Gray olTcra to care and provide
food, clothing, medlcluo aud medical
attendance for f-.IH) each per week,
aud $15 each burial exmsea lur those
wuo die wiiiie in tils charge.
Mrs Macule Harklns oilers to care
for, and provide food, clolhluit, medi
cine, aud medical attendance, and
huilal for thoe w ho din while In her
charge for (3.40 each per week.
Dally lluard. Urtober 7.
O.NK MoHK Dkad. GeorgO Hap-
icr ett, the II reman who had both
eg broken In the collision near Itose-
btirg yesterday morning, died last
evening. He leaves a wife and two
hlldrcu. Iu addition to the list of
niiired ulveu yesterday are lien ,ohr.
bead and fain cut, Conductor Freil
Wall, who started the fatal enirlne
back to Itoseburg, hruslsed and cut
about the face and head.
W H kat. Wheat advanced again
yesterday lu Liverpool. Wheat Is
excellent properly and must raise
Shoulders per lb 5c
Hams " 6c
10 lbs Lard 70c
OTHER GOODS III PROPORTION.
GRAY & SON
.. . . . -, , ill.
V -liy in,
Yon can buy tho Universal stoves and ranges now
clieiuior than ever before
Thov are mado of tho beat
cook inc and aro tho best bakers mado.
n ... m . 1 . I 1
Wo hoU them cheaper than any goou biovo uaa ever
k'cn sold in Ino county.
N ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.
On account of the poor health of our family we are compelled to
close our store and ienve Kuirene.mueh to the regret of ourselves)
ndfitmlly. ltut m the henllb of our lurnlly deumuds It,, we
shnll coinniHiice oil
SATURDAY, JUNE, 13, '96,
Oar o Qreat o $o$T)i) o Out o 5a,?-
Durlnir this sale everything will he sold at Auetlou Price. II
you wish to huy irtHsIs Cheap now Is your nop irtunlty. Come
early hefore the stock It hroken. Nothlug reserved. Every
thing In our store goea.
WATCH THIS SJP-A.CJ3EI.
J. D. MATLOCK & CO.,
Court commenced lu regular session;
present: Judge E O Potter, eomm!
loner, J T Calllson and W T Dally.
At this time the voting plaoe of Fall
Creek precinct was changed from Pe
plot'a house to tho Kcnerly achool
At this time tho voting place of
Goshen precinct w as re established at
At this time It was ordered by the
court that the Mlliug place of north
Junction precinct tai established la the
city hall In Juctiou City.
At tills time it was ordered by the
court that the polling place of Irving
nreclnct he established at the Odd
Fellows building at Irving,
At this time the court upsinted It
P Caldwell iudkfo of election for
Junction precinct vice W II Spaugh
removcti from precinct.
lo Live Saved.
Mrs Phoebe Thomas, nf Junction
City, III, was told by tho doctors she
had consumptionla.id that there wa no
hope for her, hut two bottle ofDr
King's New Dlicovery completely
cured her and she say It saved ber
life. Mr Thomas Eggers, 138 Florida
street, San Francisco, suftered from a
Ireadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything
I so then bought one bottlo of Dr
King's New Discovery and lo two
weeks was cured. He Is naturally
thankful. It Is such results of which
these are samples that prove the won
derful elllcacy of this medicine lo
conn hs ami cold.. Free trial bottles
at Henderson A Linn's druir atore.
Regular size fiOc ami (I.
Daily liuard, October ,
Makiiikii. Mr J V Hraustetter and
Miss Emma Lewis came down from
Cottage Grove yesterday and were
united In marriage at H o'clock last
evening at the home pfDKLaklnm
the presence of a small company of
friends of the brldo and a room. The
young people formerly lived tn and
near I'.ugene and have a large circle or
friends here. The marriage ceremony
was pronounced by itev Morton L
lose, or tne l. iiristiau church.
Hurklcn's Arnica Salve.
The Dest Salve in the world for
Cubs, Jtruises, Sores, Ulcers. Halt
Kheutii, hever Nores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and ixstitively cure Piles,
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give is-rtect satisractioii or money
refunded. Price 'Si cents per box.
For sale by Henderson A Llnu.
We might tell you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but you probably
know that It curts a cough. Every
one tha' who has used It. It Is a per
fect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarse
ness. It la an cweelal favorite for
children, being pleasant to take aud
piicK in curing.
UHllUKN A DELANO.
I'ally Ouanl, October 0.
Hol'H Snl.l). It it Hayes, today,
sold to Phil Nets fc Co., Sliermau
Hayes agent, the balance of bis hops,
consisting of U2 bales. The price paid
was six cents ht pound.
When we rnslder that the Intes
tines are about Ave times as long aa
tho body, we can realize tho Intense
Buffering experienced when they are
Inflamed. D Witt's Colic and Cholera
Cure subdues Inflammation at onco
aud completely removes tha difficulty
Ohiiukn A DeLano.
Slillo's Cure Is sold on a guarantee.
It cures Incipient consumption. It la
the best cough cure. Only one cent a
dose, ii'icts., 60cts., (1. Sold by Hen
derson A Linn.
Five reasons why you should
A .he are ramnrd from front, not through corar, and
(Ire ran lw atarted at Ilia bottom
our draft la tha llslnr.l ot lla kind, and alr llaht.la
rawutial lo th aucreaa and durability of the aloraa.
Iiur aatra ra.t collar on Ilia lining protcols tha oatr
Joint. '1 ha lliilhg I. not atiachrd lo Ilia ouUlda, and
can herviiiovml when II Rive. out.
Our raat lni atnTi-a rati lw ue.trd: no hrt Iron oorera to
bloarnir. Hwlns rover revrula Joikln out smoka,
burning tha i-arM-l wlih a hot porer ami mlnliif tha
urn bv li. Ins II a. a handle: Ihn ilauir Is mads ao It
rau'l blow out. Oar lnv I. alMoluiulv aafa.
All .lovea an lluisl with heavy ateel lata and bars aa
alripaea Is-twn-n Ihe 1) lit liar and nut.lde, that piolacu
tha novo from warning ami buriiln red.
Usr draft la attached to Ihe body, mil tn tha llnlnf. Tha
riiHin.lon of Ilia lining dot-a not affovl lb JoinU la
A new lot just receivsd at
9th and Oak streets.
iron uso tho least wood in