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drafta on Chicago, San Franciaoo and Port
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cate af Oajaliu.''
All oellection entrusted to imj ill Iraoelve
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Loans Savings Bank
Of Eugene, Oregon
CAPITAL (paid '$50,000
w. E. BROW, eraejtfent.
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DA PAINE. J F ROBINSON. J B HARRIS
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TrUMtd on Favorable X
DralU larued on tHe principal elMea of the
rirtted ritalea: alio exchange luroiihod arall
able in a11 lorelm conntrlaa.
L r i i r o" i rault lor the itorafe ol ralnable
P"(oll!oc41nerooala out promot attention.
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EUGENE, i OREGON.
ft General Bankmg business in all branches
transacted on favorable terms.
A. G. HOVEY. Ptwldent
J. M . ABRAMH, Caahier
The Transvaal Cannot
Issue Letters of
SAMOA! QUESTION SETTLED.
Yice President Hobart Weaker.
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LWI FOR PHILIPPINES
S.i rial to the Ciuard.
wasuinoton, Oct 6 Senator Mor
gan, of Alabama, chairman of the aen
,te ooaamlltee nn foreign relatloni, la
generally recognized aa the beat ixMled
authority on iotematlonal law aud
wage iu the United Htattw.
In an Interview today Senator Mor
gan aaiil It waa hia opinion that the
flnt duty of oougreae waa to provide a
republican form of goveruiueut for the
Phllippluea under the authority of
Article 4 of the constitution.
(Article 4 provides In part: "The
Oot'gnpei until have power to riipne
of aud make all needful rulea and reg
ulaliona raepeetlng the territory or
other property helouglni( to the United
stale-. ' Ki Guard.)
CONSIDERS LADY8UITH SAFK.
London, Nov . A Britlah offlcisl
dlapatchjust received rep irle Lady
mini h safe from the Boer.
London, Nov 6. Invaelon of Cape
Colony oouvlnoea the Britlah th
underestimated the Boer force. It l
imperative that General Buller be rein
K ENTut i . um .
Louisville, Ky, Nov 0. Governor
Bradley, republican, bas juat ordered
out the natloual guard with ammuni
tion. Thia probably means bloodshed
at the election tomorrow. The ei
cltement throughout t h entire state Is
Intense. A geuernl flght Is predloted
Washington, Nov 6, The commis
sioners of the tripartite powers, Eng
land, Germany and the United Statt
have practically settled nil queatlons
relating to the disposition of the Ha
vicb president's condition.
New York, Nov 6. Vice-Preldent
Hobart steadily oontiuues to grow
Washinoton, Nov 6. Washington
Herald special says according to Inter
national lsw privateer vessels bearing
the flag of the Tranavaal republic
would be considered privateers.
The reason thereof Is that the
Transvaal republic has no seaport nor
seaboard. Not being In a position to
glvo a navy or shipping a port la Its
own territory it is estopped from giv
ing permission to privateers to fly Its
flag. Ed Guard.
Dailr Uaard, Nov i
Experts at Work. Warner
Brown, L H Potter and A Wheeler
have been appointed by the comniie
sioneia oourt to expert the aherlfl's
books. They went to work tbla morn
Ing and It will take tbem a week to
complete their job. Tbla will he no
extra expense to the county as the
books are experted from time to
He sailed out one pleasant eve
To call on the fair young miss,
And when be reached her residence
Her papa met him at the door,
He 'id not see the miss,
He'll not go back there any more
Ttoe halem Journal paye respect to
an unnamed official aa follows: A man
holding a high political offloe presents
an edifying spectacle to the rising gen-
Judge Bellinger Holds thai lidil.r
Had io Authority.
Sunday Oreionlan, October
H J and J J Jennlbgs, n t
mining propt-riy In the Bohemia dis
trict, Known as the Hrteoa group, were
acquitted In the United States ili.ir ct
court yesterday of the charge of resist
ing an attempt to make a -urvey
tbereoc. 0 M Collier, claiming to be a
United HtaUts deputy mineral sur
veyor, was the oomplalalug ,u.
Judge Bellinger, in passing upon the
ease, held that It was oieseaary in or
der to make a survey of mineral elalma
thus being litigated, and In the pea .
able, aud, to all Intents, lawful ) usees
slon of a party, to obtalu an order ol
the court In which the ca4 was petid
lug lor trial of title thereto.
It appeared In the bearing that Jen
nings brothers have been in the peace
able posaesalon of the Helena group tor
over three years, expending aurlnK'
that time the sum of j. . In run
ning dr fts and building a stamp mill.
A man named Weruer raised the clam.
of prior location, and brought a auit In
the court at Itoseburg to try the title,
and sent C M Collier to make the sur
vey, without procuring any order from
the court to have the amne done. Jru
ulugs objected to bla making any sur
vey, claiming the legal title to the
property. Collier left oil, came before
the Uulted State grand )ury In Port
land, and had Jennlogs brothers lu-
dieted for ordering him to desist. The
court's acquittal was upon the ground
that the surveyor had uo order from
the tribunal at Itoaeburg, where the
cane of owuerahlp waa pending, to pei
form the work, which placed Collier
ill the light of a trespasser. It also ap
peared during the ease that Werner,
during the period of three years the
Jennings had possession and were Im
proving the mine, had been oogulsatit
of the fact, but had not made adverse
claims until the property began to de
velop valuable leads.
The Latest From the Different
DISTURBANCE IN KENTUCKY.
Special to the Uuard.
San Francisco, Nov 7. The note
lu this city is Ugh. Ilia hard I de
termine who will win.
Omaha, Nov 7. A big vote Is being
polled tu the cities and towns, and a
light one in the country. Republicans
say this Is In their favor.
Cincinnati, Nov 7 Weather spM.
did. Both sides claim the day.'aa also
does Golden Bute Jones.
Salt Lake City, Nov. 7,-The
woman'a vote la culling au ImporlAUt
Louisville, Ky, Nov. 7 Distur
bances are tiumeiouK In this state aud
the feeling is very bitter. H in pai
tiea are uoufldent.
Ml LfRi SHOW
I lie Wlilnmetle Valley AamH lStl
Partial to Eugene.
Pleasant Hill, Nov 1 (M
The Willamette Poultry Arclat
have decided o hold their nasi
third annual poultry show In Ktigfl
Oregon, IVo 14, IS and lti, 1SW.
tries rloxe ttec 18, at 10 o'clock p'
Show open at 7 o'clock a in, Decent!''
Mth, at which lime all exhibit nv' i 4-Ui li-i
bs In the show room. LUIlg 111 tlllS line
JZ"Zottu u Small lots of
All bird are to t scored by a ca rl OTlHcj VIV lOTV
a lent judge. sF
Full particulars and entry blnii
may be obtained by addressing
H C W ntKi.KK.
Secretary W P AssxH'lalton, Pleasr
N I ATK TO KUaTCH LIU LDh K.I .
l.irction at Junction City.
Junction City, Nov 0. The eltv
election today passed oil' quietly, and
resulted lu the elecllou of the following
offioere: J H Miller, mayor; J W Kirk
WO Wasbburue, S O Starr, H C
Uusbnell, J T Clow, i Van Vrankiu.
counoilmen; Leo W Clark, reoorder; K
Moorbead, treasnrer; F Curtis,
Funeral of Dr. II. A.Davis.
Practical Karruer I'mra the Ba-t
UivesSome tReful'lnf uinstlun.
W H Gossler brings to the Guard
offloe samples of clover, with root at
tached, grown on land that baa been
almost constantly farmed slnoe the
first settlement of the country tarty-
ksu iwi. i iiv la.m laiefisu is
part of the donation laud claim of Wm
Stevens, four miles northeasterly from
Kugeoe. MrGoealer has greatly In
creased the wheat yield by the uae of
clover, plowing it under for a fertilizer.
The best authorities claim that an
ordinary clover crop plowed under la
i ual to 42 tons of barn-yard manure
to the acre, and that it extracts the
uilrogen, two-thirds ol the essential
qualities of fertilizers, from the air.
The long fine root of the clover act
not only as drainage tubes for Uie
surface, but permit the rich gaases of
the subsoil to reach and fertilize the
upper soil, thus restoring the sub
stances that have been taken from the
soil by the growing crop.
Mr Gossler baa had large experlenot
as a farmer on what are considered the
beat farm lands of the eastern status,
and says If those land were treated
like these of the Willamette valley
Ihey would soon become too poor to
produce white beax. That they con
tinue to produce even ordinary crop la
abuudaut proof of tin extraordinary
fertility of the soli.
Preeceand Wife Unable is
viae for 'I In ir ' .in t
Judge Potter i .dm ordered that the
four clilldre.i of Mr and Mi- Win
Fieece, of Cloveidale precinct, be
committed to the custody of tin.
Buys and Girls Aid Society "f Oregon,
and J M Williams will take them
down. The children are lintoe, ared
lti, Augelme, aged l.'l, Ollse, agwt 10,
and Warren, aged 8. .
I he complaint upon which the com
mitment waa i --ii.-i reclles (list Mr
ami M rs Freeco ahu. ed their mrental
autlioilty, and that Ihey are utiable to
provide the necessary fund and clotto
Ing for their ollsiirlng.
The Eugouo ( ab:u Highly Praised
Hahhihiiuru, miv. a. At the funer
al of Dr 11 A Davis, which look place
today lu this city, there waa displayed , "aid to be the llueet between Portland
loi liars Orcgonlali.
From Kugei n comes the nuwa that a
large application Hat Is being received
at each meeting i f the Native Daugh
ters, i I of some of the represen
tative women of the town.
The finest hall In theoity bas been
united the new hulks' hall, which I
A Fallhlal Officer.
Corrallli Times, Nov. A
"In these days of military glorifica
tion, It Is refreshing to turn to a genu
ine heroin civil life. Tb,e deputy sher
iff of Lslb county recently disappeared
With li,110 4fl, of the county Hinds,
and has not stnee beeo oaptored. The
herlft promptly made the shortage
good out of hi owu pi cket. HtierlU
Withers Is comparatively a poor man,
and his faith ') act In promptly pay
ing for the defalcation or bis deputy
falls most heavily upon him.
"The case Is one that pleads for rec
ognition. There is no virtu saore de
serving than failbfuldMrbargcar trust.
Exaot and conscientious Udailly I
precious, because It I safe."
Toe Human Body.
a keen sense of the high estimation In
which this distinguished pioneer was
The M E church was filled to its ut
most capacity by pwople from the town
aud adjacent country, who assembled
to pay their last tribute ot reDot to
uis uleinory. t he aolemulty of the
occasion was very marked. Every oue
present seemed to realize the great loa
sustained lu the demise of Dr. Davis.
His mature judgment as to science,
medicine, farm life and stale and na
tional subjects, secured him a plsceln
toe oonlldeuce aud usleeui of a very
wide circle of frleuds.
Ills place in the community will
probably !u; remain vacaut, at least
It wilt be bard to till, sud the prostrat
ing grief of bis loved ones can only be
assuaged by the lapse of time.
s I S V B IBS BtBr
( heap Eioorsion Hate.
The Southeru Pacillo railroad has
agreed to make a very low rate to Ore
gon people who desire to witness t he
football game between the Stale Uni
versity of California and the State
University of Oregon at San Francisco
Round trip tickets, good for eeveral
dayaatSau Fraiicioo, will be old for
For lurther particular see
K. J. McClanahan,
Southern Paclflc Railroad Overland
L. f. Goodrich, manager Univer
sity of Oregon Football Team.
The Kugeue Stage.
Commencing November 1st, the
Kugeue aud FlotHUoe stage will make
hut three rouud-t rips per week durl
the winter. The stag will leav
Eugene . Monday, Wednesday ai'd
Friday af each week, aud arrive al
Mapleton in the evening of the same
day, Returning, the stage will leave
Mapleton Tuesday, Thursday aud Sat
urday, arriving at Kugeue In the erven
Ing. The mail will leave every day,
the same as in summer, being csrrieil
on pack boras on dsya that the stage
does not start
aud San Kranclsoo
Among the members are many
talented women, and Kugene being an
educational town, this cabin la fortu
nate lu having bright and cultured
women, who are Israt on intellectual
ulvn. ' BBktAAM t... l.w.h
forward to an Interesting and suooessful
wluter for Martha Mulligan cabin,
- I. ' i ' , , .o,,t y lf rlie
Notice Is hereby given that the Lane
cum board of equalisation will meat
on Moudsy, Novaoiber ft, IW, at the
court house In Kugene, Oregon, for the
pin p. -e of equalizing the assessment
rolls. All persons having grievances
or other matters to bring befors the
tioard nr.- nolliled to appear at the
aloreaald Unsv . . . t . i . . . I"
Dated, Eugene, Oregon, Nov. 7, ISOtrl
D. P. Burton, Assessor.
He rosled the Norgeons. i
All doctors told Renlok Hamilton,
of Weat Jeiierson, O, after suffering 18
months from reotal flatula, be would
die unless a costly operation was per
formed, hut he cures! himself with five
boxes of Buok leu's Arniea halve, i he
surest Pile cure on earth, aud t he bast
salve In the world. cents a hex.
Sold by Linn, druggist.
n.n auu ib expre.
rights that It erf"" ,vlh
, ,. -efore
ami iiiarKet. ineo. .. To
competition aud hold pour word IB
IIATTLESHIP ORWieJJ'' ' Al1'"'
... jj ... Kit send lu
Wasiiinoton, Nov, 7. The bk i i -.
ship Oregon has bes ordered to Cebu "p
to hold rebellious natives lu cheok.
1 1 elm U a city of 8A,000 inhabllants,
situa'ed on the island of the same
name ahobt 400 mH southeast of Ma
Itlltli Wfr Guard.
WASHiNUTOil, Nov. 7. General
Wueatou's expedition failed to reach
Uugayan gulf. It Is feared Uiat the
failure nl the expedition to make con
nections lias allowed Aguiualdo to es
saps. rlsjqa rMaWrmj Mitres) bit
TOHl'EHO HOAT TKSTaU.
New York, Nov. 7. A teat of the
newly built torpedo boat Holland WSS
made today. The Holland met board
POOR, HELPLESS CHINA,
New Yuhk, Nov. 7. A special to
Uie New York World, from London
says that an agreement or understand
ing exists between JapanlKugIand and
tho Pulled States for the partition of
t lima. i .. I
New York, Nov. 7,-The British
claim that i he Honrs lost heavily at
LAOysirilth daring the past few days.
They alo claim to have taken two
Lu.sno.N. Nov. 7. The JioefS have
exploded s dynsmlte msaaiine In the
il . i h,i it,
.ii i. taiaa
a '" 1 "'i i i s i isiur
KXPK-SiVE TAKDI .N'r.H.
Steamer Which VVss to Hate Entered
Transport Service Atllve. ten Lute.
"Ban Francftoo, Nov. 0. The fthaslan
steamer Doloey 'Vsstok has arrived
rom Honolulu lu tow or the tug Re
liance, her machinery having broken
down Just outside' the beads: The
-teainer took a shipload of Jspatiese to
Honolulu, and she was to proceed here
with all dlspsfdh to s ehartered as a
transport. ' '
Her failure to arrive on time will
probably cost her charier, the Hrltlsh
stesmer Flintshire havtng been taken
towuls.'-'-' ,UU'"' """
moil r,l. I. amii'i uill niilian
1 Si Ml Mil Bill!.
(l '.ml tsutrl n II"
I .litis. i t ailr nlntw
toiinii'i ' in'' ,u lj-. ill-
r sr) hnalnoHa
nl ,l.nr nid nialig ,,r
urr.j .i ..I sjr ss'ii.i mi i
em n nTSSllR as ' jjjintl I
ilq. n mil unii,t aeil
I t I'' I hill
l.lo.W fill! I". I 1 '!..
Science is paying more attention to
the mechanism of the human body
than ever before. It has found that all
achievement, success or failure, hsppl
ness or misery, Is controlled by the
body. The lesson I obvious. Improve
the bndv. Ibis can only be
through the itomach. If It Is weak,
It produce- poisonous refuse, snd debil
itate every orgau tu the body. It
may be made strong snd kspt strong
Comes from or D B Csrglle, of
Washita, IT. He writes: "Four bot
tles of Electric Hitters baa cured Mrs
Brewer of scrofula, which hsd .a
her great suffering lor years. Terrible
sores would break out on her head
and face, sod tbe best doctors could
give no help, but her cure Is oomplete
done 'snd her health is excellent." in.
shows what thousands have proved -tbst
Electric Hitters is the beat blond
purifier known. It'a the supreme
remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum,
(...its and running wires, it
ulcers, mils aud running sores
rw . . i ti.i. Slimuiaies liver, iiuurji sun iii'i
oy uosteuer . n.uui. . , h IK,wns, helps digestion, builds
s a nslural stomach remedy wliUOi u() ..rengtb. Ouiy 60 osul. Sold
act uulckly and gently. It wtll ; Linn. Guaranteed
cleanse the yitem, wake ap the liver,
stimulate the kidneys and Improve
tbe general health. Aak your drug
Djsbased Eyes G W Got ley, an
old resident of Trent, this county, Is In
eratlon when he stands in full view of gut for It, snd see thst a private Eugene in i
arch of medical assistance,
.u i niLinff a nirJtitt-i n -1 he-1 Mnnaiamrj covers the nsck of tbe, bsius afflicted with cataracts on now.
LUO VtSHI HWi u-v-.-b 1 w I -
.lot macbio. botU. ayes. Ml Ot.
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GuUey ls70years ofige.
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811 the Now Hindi.
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deruuits. QhiatMM Union
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s" ial alUiuttion u these .
gix.ds, Thia ie tiu), 3d.iur .
voictj 4hiB yeax,
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lilt 11 1 1 ii I 77 (ll (aa
Do nut lorrtr trad la
Carpaui. Lata Crad Uugs
School Shoes, heavj soles, n ranted.
Ask t. sfl lham ;
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