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LAKE CODKTi SDKD.
(MIL ItalJs Ms $1,500 loi
A ! Bfl.
PJalntlirallege. for cause of action
agalustdefendaiil: That OD the till
day of June, 107, Lne county m
and for a long time prl .r thereto Lad
been in coiitrul of the highway and
bridge in road dUtrlct No 2; that
aid br'dge is aituated upon the couuty
road about four utiles eaal of Kliolra,
aud waa kept n for public uae and
travel and wit used by the public;
that for a great length of time prior to
June 8, 8U7, aald bridge waa permltU d
to lemaiu In an unsafe and dangerous
condition, which waa well known to
the defendant, Lane county; that aald
bildge extended aero a awale a die
tance of lAi feet; that It consisted ol
atrlnger laid across aald awale upon
which were laid planki, the ends of a
portion of the aame upon the north
aide of aald bridge being unsupported
by stringer or otherwise; Hint one of
the planks waa deficllve, unsafe and
dahiterous. In that said nlaiik bad a
large knot therein extending through
and covering almost the entii width
of aaid plank, (hereby weakening the
tame and making it unlit for use In
Thai on said June 8, 1807, while law
fully traveling over (Hid bridge, the
plall.t.t!, Mra Cordelia JUvunlds In
company with ti r husband, Iler
Reynolds, received Injuries, uiere par
llcularlv an follow: Thut plainliir,
with h' r husband, w a riding upon
aald roud in a light spring wagon,
drav n by two horses, and that upon
approa hliig said bridge tin aid Leater
Itey iol(la diil In the usual manlier
carefully aud without negligence drive
said liorp. a u;.u sold bridge aforeaald,
ualng care and precaution to keep aaid
team lu the tegular and uaually
traveled tiaek, and thai while paaalug
cn the aahl bridge, ami believing
thi aamu to l aafu auil exeicising due
cauileu aald defective plunk brke and
atiuck one of the home, which caused
the hoiwa to Jump, and thereby pre
cipitating the plnintill aud her hue
band violently and with ureal force
from aaid bridge, wl.erei y on of the
email bone of plainliir right arm
aunialued a fracture, and her right
hand wh ao crushed ua to becoim per
luauuiitly Htillcned and usele, by
aabl accldfiit ahe suffered ureal paiti
aud distress, thut aald right baud la
permuuuiilly sUU'ened, lamed and
crippled, and hlie atlll sulfer great nail!
lu ald hand and arm.
That plaiutlll at all time and In all
thing acted Willi due care and with
out contllbiitory negligence.
Wherefore plaintiff demand Juilg
ineml against the dervmlaut, Lane
cniiniy, In tlie sum of f l&OO and fot
A C Woodcock and 11 l Nurleu H
pear for plaiutlll.
SHUT 11Y HIS I'AKTMCK.
A ell-Know u Douglas County
Rohkiuru. Or. Feb 24.-J W t an
teel, an old aud well-known miner,
waa killed thia morning at hi initio.
on Lee Creek, eight mile north of
Myrtle Creek, by a partner named Ul
bvrmau, who ahot htm three ilniee
Olberm an claims he acted In elf-de
feline. It la aupaosud the aliootlug
grew out of a dispute over money mat
tera. Deputy Hherlfl' Stephen, lpu
ty Diatrict Attorney Kiddle and Cor
oner Miller will leave tor Myrtle
('reckon the morning truin. Olbei
man will lx given an examiuatioii
At.MO.HT l'K t'Ki'V KU 11V I IKK,
The resUUnce of M F Rapp waa
almnt dvit roved by tire at 0 o'cliK'k
tbla evening. 1'artofthe ooliteut of
the lower flour were aaved. There 1
about ff2o00 I ii h u ranee.
To Country foirespomteut..
We again have to remind country
correspondents, tor whine favor we
are thankful, thai correspondence that
.villains irsihal and ordiuarv neigh
boriuMid mentiou should be mailed to
reach thin ofllc by Thursday moruliig
a the WkUil.V Ol'AUl. go to pre
early Friday morning.
Col reapon deuce received the laid two
day of the week can not be published
uulll the last ol the next weekend
then It In 1(H) old and atalc, In many
lhatatice, to make publication desirable.
Oallj UuaM, Ftluuarjr X
DlHi. Joacph F.atou died at (loaheu
t)i morning of old age at the advanc
e.l age of 80 year. Mr H.i.ltsou of
fctpriugfleld and John Katon of J u no
tion re .lafghte r and aon ol deceased
Aleck F.atou of Creswell precinct la
a brother. Mra J J Poll I of this city
another daughter, went up to (Kahtu
on today' 24 local.
Court cetabllibed line of Jasper pre-1
elnct to run a follow: Beginning at!
ibe iiorthueai corner of John Kinltb'e
donation land clalin lo eke 4, Tp 1 H
H 'i W, theuoe eat to northeast cor
nerof aald claim, thence aouth to Hue!
running at aud weal through the
center of Hc 3, Tp 1. H It 2 W, theuce j
eaal to i Ueo corner on eaat line of Hec
6. Tp lb, S it 1 '.V, thence eoutn 1 u;lle, j
'hence eaal 6 mile to meridian line,
tbeuceeoulti J ml lea, thence aouth
weaterlv alone the aummlt of the dl
Proniiaeiit Slate Educators I're.ent and
Much Iatcrtit MiDifrsttJ.
I' ft llawlar .rrlure1eolal.
Tim loe.l iMii-I.era Ill-titU'e. which ll
IllOCietit 1 IIU'
and ail large au
array of noted educate -fiom varlou
portion of Ine Htnte a' preaent a if
'the program extended over leveral
! Tonight Tre-ldent Iluwley of Wl l
jameMe I'liiveroiiy. h:lerr., leeturea be
' fori the institute. Mr llnwley I pop-
vide between llllla Creek and Full,btlng beld In the ri"i .iiri.nu
Creek aud the at line of Kec 30, Tp church today, Ih nnpaing "
18, H Jt 1 W, thence aouth to fall , any prevloualy held here, and nupi.
Creek, thenoedown Fall Creek to Mid-1 Hunt la to U conirratu.ated upon m
die Fork, thence down Middle Fork cMhUhlaaui which lie l.aa ien a.-iu v,
to weat line of aald John tsmith' do- arouae among the tea. htr.
i..a ti... it. nh m Although the liiotilute l 111 aea-iou
plaoa of negiiuilng. Polling plane: but on dny, every
l..t.r aol.nf.l lioliao. t pMVetf 10 Hie Ulllioai
J H Htlle, wltneaa atate v liaiiga 1 oU
K W Prentice, M D. wllnei.
atate a Hani Caae 1 70
Oeo F Crouer witne atate va
Wain Caae I "0
LA lielahaw witneaa atate va
Rain Cae - 'A
Leonard (Jrooa wltueaaaUle va
Bam Caae 1 00
Coke liilyeu witneaa ataie va
Ham Caae 1 CO
Fred Wltbrow wltneai Ktato va
Ham Cae 1 00
I P I lower Willi Htate va Bam
Caae 1 00
Jarnea Kay aurviaor road dia
trict No 04 82 00
M D Johuaon aurwrvlior read
diatrict No 23 SO 00
W L lirlatow pauper upplic 12 60
J M Keerye iau(ierauppliea 6 00
Jamea Paryin pauper auppliea... 10 05
L U lieckwith pauper auppliea... 6 25
(lordou liioe wood pauer aup
plirt 2 60
C W Lyena work en road 3 00
F L Chaniliera bridge and road
material, claimed 26.40 al
lowed 20 03
J W Vaughan J P, jury lint for
Cottage Urove Justice of peace
district 3 00
J W Miller aulatiug In making
jury Hit for Cottage Grove Juh-
tlce of peace diatrict 2 00
.1 W Jlaker aviating in making
Jury Hat for Cottage drove Jua
Hue of )ac diatrict 2 00
I M Fraud aupervlior road dia-
Startling Declaration Made By Dr.
'..lu Abatement of A K Jone. aud
Sheriff I'bJ 1'cuied.
! A K Jonea, ol Union, nd Sheriff
Pby. of Union county, win
diod lu the ;
, bmught againnt tl.e.u tyt-A
j lu the United State circuit court
thia city. wy te Portland Telegram.
Th Utile opinion of Judgn clll..ger,
W,u ao determined the future of t
'cm by hi deciaion on the plea In
ahatemei.t,m.l,nit.ed to him a abort
,,, go, ba.1 upon the ground of
r i,i.iMdc.l.)ii the defendaut
HIBIIW ' J , . ...
ne a Teamen
... i i . ..
,ulariy known ami recoguueu oer u,c i .,a, i(U(y of tie ,.uu.e
, i; inni hi au ui iinui iiiiunri ....
i apeaker, and hla lecture proiniaea to be
'a lining flintle for the event.
Ol i!ib rouilne work of the iuUtute
i It I only ne ecary to atato that it waa
well regulated and waa carried throunh
wit n clo-e attention paid lo every de
tail. This work embraced, for ti e
inorniig aud afternoon program the
Prnver-Kev W H (iillert, pator
Heading a cliii-a exerciae) Mra Ollie
Hlajton, flrt grde deary achool,
I liild Study W M Hut;oii, principal
Kpmig'eld p"blic achool.
MeilnaU of Teaching the Iliatory of
the Civil War C V Tilton, principal
Cxbiiig public achooln.
TIik (iiowih and Culture of the
MVal Faculty K D Heeler, aii)erlu
teudeut Fugeue public achoola.
Tlie Teachera' Personality J II
Ackerinan, principal Harrlaon-atreet
iieoKrapliy (a cln exercise)- Mia
Kreaa, fourth grade Central
Hraulia ! l.ip.rliMenl
aial laaan Aafluio
- n- "It la
Friday' rorimim . ......... rtulim.n i
-l-rmlniocontemi-late the large per- cm...... n11Ml,iiell
cent.g.of.n.an.,ycaua.d by heredity Oregom ne u
,o prevent on. per.n w h T ' ";' . Brrst ld ,nlpriHonmenl
UIIDMTM -' " "
like the pro.het, eaaerta: Thtt. far
ahalt thou go aud uo furth. r.' "
Tl.l. U Mix atari II ' IT uecinrnu.'ii
made by Dr D A Paine, aU
ent of the Oregon tate Inaane a-ylun, ...,.., ,)e WHH Brre.tcd
to a Telegram reporter at the I.nper.a. i ifrItlou
,bla morning. The doctor ha made a by M.e . y j; K
ii-e and etleci oi - i'i,,
. , , lo.iieo of the peace at Lulou,
in.ar.ity, with a view to .nm.n.an na ' , , t. alin $13 worth
.beevll. to'rVhto ."Hterlal. After.,..
I. he with tl.e .ymptomaoi eat.. ,.; . - .rlrttte(i t,l I at
tier.tthathecla.eainem ,Ul -.,. w. ,.,,. d li.en
fcacli '" " " - , , . .
taken to Union, where lie aecuiru
tta coat. I of time, injury iu .... u-.-!eaa
and injury to hla reputation. He
ll!ege In hi. compla.nl that on the
1 . I.... ulil A
ritend.:9ti "y " ,HHI prr" "v:
:M,tfHL.edlnbualiieaaal Daviou, ,
h. a bolauiat would flowers.
.ymptoni he atudie. with Marching
care; sometime with etartling result.
So highly la hi. experience valued thai
be ha. been requested to write Ireatlae.
upon the subject, aud ' e now le.ture
upon mental diseases to a clans In the
stale university medical college.
The doctor I a man of fine phy
sique, ha. clear, dark eyes, full of in
tellectual tire, and a oitve manner
of delivery which carriea with it con-
He .aid that learned physl
release on bull. He had a trM ny jury
on the 7lli of October and was ac
Ity reason of till fale arrest aud im
,.p.oi.ment. he alieites, lie was obliged
to expend J154.50 as attorney' fee, t5
f..r fare and board and other large aum.
for ibe fnre and U.upI of witnesses sui.
.........1 In Ida lit half. RV 'eiisoll Of
imvioip bl olaceof busmen clo-id up
for nine davs be claim to have lost
victioti. lie .am mai learueu p..,-.- bile the business was
in urevi m
trlctN 27. balance CI Ooictiie
The I'urposH in the Plan of the
Ufcillon P L Campliell, president of
the O H N H, Monmouth.
MJHadiallJP, making Jury
liat for Mound precinct 3 00
Frauk Hartley awistlng In mak-
Ingjury list for Mound precinct
Amoa Hadaall anlallng in mak
ing jury list for Mound prec-
J J Puller J P, tState va Hay
J II Milbr con.talila, Htate va
Harvey Hich, wltnes Htate v
J W Llago, witueu Plate va
Jau.e 1'arvln pauHr puppilus
KU Iee pauper au pile. 12 CO
I Hlayter pauper jsupplie. 7 Ho
Kftle A umwalt p uper auppliea 0 IKI
N Wllloughby pauper auiiplie.... 12 00
J T Calllioii & Hon pauper up-
pll-a 2 05
J T Calllaon & Hon bridge iron 40 00
A C Jeunlnga stamp, expressega
etc 37 45
Oeo Fleeman work for Improve
ment of squares 4 l5
Win Hutherland aupervlaor dia
trict No 104 27 u0
Court approved report of Win tSuth
erlaud, .uperviaor of district No lot.
Columbia Kivet Defenses.
At Fort Canby, at the mouth of the
river, on the Washington shore, there
i at present but one eompany of 02
tneu, many of whom are recruits, says
the Attoriau. There Is one 15-luch
.iiHH)th-bor gun, five 8-Inch rifle aud
ten 10-Inch amoeth-boie gun. There
are also several unmounted Kilns.
which could not be usd 111 case of aud-
den nosalty. The exact amount of
auituunitien Is not kuown, but there
are plenty of projectile and .hot
De ails In School MaliHg. meiit W
W Allingl.Niii, p.inclpal Juuctioa City
The Teacher Who Succeeds O W
Jones, .tipeiinteudei'.t Muriou county
Science lu Teaching in Rural Schools
C 11 Chapman, president U of O.
Court Hoiiaa .News.
'I he case of the City if Fugeue v.
Win M Hei.shaw hm been taken up by
Mr Kenahaw on a writ of review.
This i. therase wherein C II Chapmau
charged Mr lteiishaw with selling
liquor lo university Miideiit last June,
and he wus lined i 0 ai.d costa.
F A Hay lor bus inatituted a suit in
tlie Lane county circuit cmrt against
I N Hembree. Judgment is asked for
$115, interest and cost..
K J Crawford has sued J N II Fuller
lu the Lane county circuit, cocrt to
dissolve a copartnership. The com
plaint allege that defendant Is Indebt
ed to plaintifl in the sum of $1(100 or
more aud doe- refuae to pay auy par,
thereof; also that all property belong
ing to partnership be .old ami liablli
ciat.s all over the world were
their combined euergUe toward re
ducing the cius. which result in in
sanity. Hereditary defect by far were ac
countable for the chattering mauini's
that filled the asylum and were
ahunuedny the majority of mankind
a. though possessed with a loathsome
disease. Ignorance regarding tl.e law
of marriage I. lespou.ibie, the docior
said, for a great uumber of cases. Aud
to allow pet.ou. each posiefaid of her
editary disease to marry was eimply a
crime agalost nature and a menace to
The more nature was outraged lu
this inani.er the more the human race
would degenerate until the whole hu
man fa oily would become curd with
hereditary diseases. The doctor re
ferred to the Greek., who were of such
fine mental and physical construction.
This was due to their close observance
of the law. of nature. Their wive,
lu motherhood were held tacred, and
aurrouuded with the most pleasing In
fluences iu order that the children
would not be innrked by any mental
agony of the mothers, which wa. care
fully gnardvd against.
The doctor think, the sex question
should be better understood aud law.
made to prevent pe ple of hereditary
complaints from mingling.
Phrenology properly directed would
be a good thing in the schools. There
should also be a better knowledge re
garding unwiso selections iu marriage.
Home idea of the number of these
could be gleaued from the divorce
courts, which were Incessantly grind
ing. The weather, the doctor observed,
was a great factor In causiug insanity.
Iu tl.e fall, when all nature lay dead
and withering and during the gloomy
winter month, the number of aticnt
Increased considerably. During tlie
extent of 500. The
damage to his reputatl .n he estimate,
at $1U (MKJ, and other special damaue.
brings the. sum toial he seeks to recover
ip to t2l,'3U. 1 lie oniy ii --iii
phy took III the proceedings against
l'.u-il.nell was the serving of papers.
any, be divided between the plait. till
and defendant according to their re
spective I n teres Is.
It liildell has entered suit in the
circuit court against H 11 McKlnley.
Judgment Is aake.l fur $120 and interest.
Wll.L Disooi-ST Ir.-Salcin Htate.
man: "l.ane c.mnty will spend alut
$flj,o0) on her new court home. It
will be about half as flue a structure us
Hlio Marlon county building, which
cost nearly twice as much, or about
We wi.U to exteud our heartfelt HUyHK). NY will .till have the baud-
thauk. to the niauy kind friend. ' ."me"'. "d iet county court house lu
w hose aaaiitauce aud svmoHthv u u i Oregon.
tic. settled and that the .urplus, l 8'dauuie springtime, ou the other
Card of Thauk.
given u during the lllne a ami death
of our beloved husband aud fa' her.
klhsNJ HwwKi.i. and Family.
Letter From llryau.
Albany lemocrat: Hon M A MilUr
received a letter from W J ltryan a
few day. ago. Mr ltryan wrote tba
he 1ih1 the reform parlle lu Oregon
would unite iu the campaign this
The Marlou county court house wa
built years xgo, while materials aud
liil'or verc about double what they are
today. Architect Neer says the ISHlem
temple of justice will he dicouuted.
Alllltllt'O I .HUM OillltWV lt. m I....I
...mejail already, that coat alHiut t:5 -! Wh,!J l,Uu over R,,J ov''r' lirt1'i''g
. T ' ll-.HItl lllll. an. I I. I.I... I .
' nuv. nulling iuiii imer-
. nally, so that he did several hours
Imox Ci.i ii Oroam.kis. Cottage ! fterward.
hand, w hen nature sparkled with rip
ples of sunshine, recoveries were nu
merous. The asylum at present con
tains 1144 patients, many of whom
will never leave Its cold, bleak walls.
Oregon, in comparison with other
states, show, a amallcr percentage of
WOUND AKOUJI) A SHAFT.
A 1'endleton Woolen Mill Kliiploye
Meets With a Horrible Heath.
Pkshlbton, Or, Feb 21 Clarence
Dubuis, aged 22, wa. fatally hurl by
being wound around the .haft at the
woolen mil! ate last nigbi. Dubuis
wa. employed in the picker-room, and
weut below to remove a llt without
waiting for the machinery to stop. A
set pin In the abaft caught bis blouse,
Ileal Kstuto Transient.
Jtcportcd daily from the Abstract
olllce of A K Wheeler A 0.
J C Snodgra.s to Pliny K Hnodgrass,
undivided J of residence property on
South Williimetlestreet, In F.ugene; $1.
l'hlliii F: Jackson and wife to tie rge
Barber, 3IKI feet square in sec 30 tp IS,
12 w; $200.
John ( Crump to J F Powers, lot 7,
block 2, Drigg.' original l-t of Spring.
field, and w .'!0 fet of lot 7 blk 4 ol
J I Jones and wife ( tlie Iiooth
Kelly Lumber Co, u J of u J of sec 8 tp
20, 2 w-100 a; $150.
Flelschner, Mayer A Co to Northwest
Heal F.stateA Investment Co, the J E
P Crow and wife don laud claim In tp
15 range 4 and 5 west; $1.
Pally Uuartl February
A RKKSTKH. Sidney Hcott, cnuatn
ble, arreted D M Drake yesterday
afteruoou, on a w in runt issued out ol
Justice Wheeler's court, charging him
with the crime of usaull and battery,
committed ou Feb 22, 1S!'H, in unlaw,
fully assaulting and heating Mra E
McMahon, contrary to the statu tt a,
etc. Drake was taken before the Jus
tice this morning and entered a plea of
' not guilty." His trial wus set for
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. It is
aid the trial will be "rich aud racy."
Prosecuting Attorney Harris will
aps?ar lu behalf of the State aud L
liilveu for Druke.
Known II kke Cottage Grove Leud
er: "Mrs Strohecktr, sister of FYank
Jordan, of tills city, haa received a
letter from her husband, w ho, is iu
Klondike, having left a good position
in Portland to go there In search of
gold. He says he 1 cutting cord wood
at $2 50 per cord, and boarding him
self. He is sorry uow that he went."
Atone time Jordan worked foi Fisher
Call Acckhtkd. Amity Times:
"C 0 LcMastcrs has accepted the pas
torate of the Christian church at
Dallas, w in re he will take up his resi
dence in the near future. We regret to
see Claude leave Ap.iity, yet tlie Tinita
joln with his many friends here and
elsewhere In -vLbing him abundant
success." Mr I.t-Masters Is well known
in Eugene. He is a young man of
CooDty Convention To Be Held
ldili, Primaries March 12111.
The democratic, countv
mitten met tbl afternoon .. .
o'clock. Itobt M f'lnw !... ...
ing me meeting to order,
ir y. ik-. ...... .
it v muriou waa eiectrd (m
secretary. II J Dav lwln .1... . '
. " """eui.
un inouon 11 waa ordered ih.,
euuiujr vouTciiuu.i ue uelu Irj pu
Wednesday, March 16th, 1808 at l
Ou motion It wa ordere.1 ihM IL
nrlm 1 rla laa tiM 1 .1.
a , o Clock Bat
Saturday, March 12th. "
Ou moliou the wcretary .f ((,,
luittee waa authorized to M.u. ,
of primary election in
On motion It was ordered the ip,
lloument be made cn the vote cut
the last president! 1 elec Ion for Brn!
Ou motion the committee proce
to make au apportionment cii
basl. of one delegate to each prtcij
and one for each 45 votes and ,
01 o inereoi. 1 ne result
North Eugene No 1
North F2ugene No 2
North Fugeue No 3
8011th Flugene No 1
Houth Eugene No 2
South Eugene No 3
E Cottage Urove
W Col ago urove -I
On motion the chairman aud H
tery were ordered to prepare tlie i
Ou motion, adjourned.
WILL HDSH WOhK.
Contractor Boney Already Orderj
Material, for tlie New Cmrt
L N Kouey, the contrail h
erectlou aud completion of lla)
house 1. already busy ordering Im1
briclc. atone, otn.
Iu a few day the joist, for It l'
floor will arrive and they will Mr
lu no Itlon.
The brick yard men will tonus
work in a abort time.
t. r . PnrllHlld
In .,.l ...... r.t .l.tlifl lllftSODlU
iu ocuu a Vict. v.
qulus to get out the .tone;
seut to Portland then an
the sizes required.
ITn n.w TIib (JL-ABDaC110'
1. r,. V A Bf-
Eugene' progrelve music d.
a.ong. entitled, "The Heroes
Sank With the Maine." a beauti W
.crlptive .oug, founded 011
the U 8 battleship Main
drove Messenger: Last rriday the
Cottage Cirove Utilou Kimetallic Club
was organled at the Masonic hall, aud
now nuuiW'r over 100 members. The
follow Inn Hte the ofllcerselicti d: Pn sl
Dubui acted against the mill regula-
tion. iu tryii g to remove the Mi be
fore the machiuery bad been stopped.
He was married and has a youug wife
who had Just given birth to a child.
In Prikf. if you ar a man or
wmiiauSlyea.a or over, a legal rei-; dei t. Csl Wallace; vice wesun.i.t. 1 H . The accident is greatly denbrid.
ueuioiaoimci 01 iww innaiuiant 1 Veatch; . cretary, J S tedley; uvas
er over, and have pioperty In the d!-'tirer, J P Currin. There waa a good
irlct ou which you pay taxes, you can 1 attendance for such bad weather aud
vote at choo election. If you rvid ; it see ned to I the unanimous opiuiou
(u a ml er district, the law ia the that we fliould have union without
aim, excepting tliat you may vote fuion. Alter spveehe by aeveral
evea If you pay uotaxe. If you have 'members the uieeting adjourned sub-
children of acliool age to educate. Jrct to call by the piesldent."
A 11akkkS1IihTINu. Win 8 John
son, alius "Omaha ltob" wa shot by
Officer Ksisley at ltaker City Wednes
day night, the ball entering the body
tietwetti the Itea: t am) pit of slomacli.
It Is probably a fatal wouud. John?ou
'Thirty DAYs."-.Salctu Journal
Fen 25: J H Clem Mils, who wna ar
rested at F:ugene Thursday charged
wilh larceny was arruigne I licfore Ciy
Recorder Ed N Edea at I p ft t.-(ay
and plead guilty to ptHy huceuy,
whereupon he was senteuccd to thirty
days lu tlie county jail.
Daily Uuartl February .'5
Fot'ND Not Gi-ilty.-D M Drake
waa tried today before Justice A E
Wheeler, at the court house, on (lie
charge of having annulled Mrs K
McMahon. Spectator, were excluded.
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mejustece lounu Druke not
and he waa discharged,
Will Heui ii.d.-e j F.-asier will
commence Mondax with a foree of
men to rebuild hi. rusideiicei.ti Vimi. I that vou exUt. If we
sv ivt,, icreuuy ci iisumeu by Ore.
...i. ii :
quick compoatllon. The niu -
Paul Cohu and word. JJ
c. Susan F
nil. rut Ayi.vvtt. .v..
nis ha. a ted her liu.band, J' hn b
the Lau. cu"
no, l'l nu.vwivv a ---
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Vy'ltUll l."U I v aw v f
, . . . ... rv Vt 1SW.
rtea iu J.aue couuiy. wvt j
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children were born 10 we ir--
comidalnt alleaes non-miPP0"
How ISTHIS?-C0ttage C"oVtI
"It is curious how the Register
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oryaii m worry unu. - k
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you we wouldn't notice ucu-