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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1893.
orro.sEiy to the'covkrnment.
The Chehaiis Nugget has the follow
In? rather amusing story of the last
election In South Betid:
South Bend lma a new political putty
termed by Its enemies with great nn
tempt, the Rubberneck party, aii'J by
its friends and members with great
pride, ditto. Marlon D. Egbert ia the
chief of all the Kubbernccks In Couth
Bend. They tell a funny tale o1
there, which well illustrated that
man never lives to be too od to get
rattled. When the city election wf.s at
proachlng, and the whole town was 1
a furor of excitement growing out
the campaign, Marlon D. discovered
that he had a client, a rudu, untutored
and unnaturalized rrusslan, Who woul
undoubtedly vote right were It not for
the fact that he could not vote at all
There was a way out of the difficulty
however. Egbert find a few of his lieu
tenants chipped In enough to pay lite
fees and marched the Prunuian up to
the courthouse to be naturalized. Judge
Langhornc put the usual quesi.'.pi'a
the candidate, who was a uillt sluw
with his English. He averred, however,
In answer' to the Judicial conundrums
duly propounded, that he liked thU
country and its laws, and was satisfied
he would make a useful and peaceable
"Now, sir," said the Judge, "I want
to ask you If you belong to any polib
ical party or organization, the object o
which Is the overthrow of this govern
The man said ho did.
"Well, sir!" said the Judge, rising up
In great surprise, "Will you tell im
what it Is?"
"Die die vat you call 'em, Egbert?:
die Rubbernecks," stammered the be
He was duly admitted when the court
recovered Its composure, and admonish
ed the badly rattled chief of the Rub
bernecks against harboring treasonabl
designs of the government.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE F.
Pursuant to an order of the circuit
court of Clatsop county, Oregon, made
on tne 4tn aay or December, 183,
will on the 8th day of January, 1894,
sell at the courthouse door, In said
county, at the hour of 11 o'clock, foro
noon, to the highest bidder for cash.
all the right, title, and Interest that F
E. Nelson in his lifetime had In the
southwest quarter section 10, and all
of the southeast quarter same section,
lying west of west bank of Gnat creek
or slough, in township 8 north, range
wont, In Clatsop county, Oregon, and
all that he would have had, provided
he had not mortgaged the same, to
wn an undivided one-half Interest
Administrator of the estate of F. E.
December 6, 1893.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
uregon for the County of Clatson
Chas. E. Runyon, plaintiff, vs. William
U. Adulr, (substituted for B. Van Du-
, sen) as administrator of the estate ol
, Mary Ann Adair, deceased, Ellen
Adair Mendell, and George H. Men
dell, her husband, KatyAdalr Welcker
and William T, Welcker, her hus
band, John Adair, Mary Ann Adair
Jordan, and W. H. Jordan, her hus
band, 8. D. Adair, Jjtura V
Adair Barker, and William B.
Barker, her huuai.d, Robert iJ
i Brenham, Betty M. Brenham, Laura
J. Brenham,, Mary R. Adair, Adah
Welcker, John Adair Mendell, Marj
, Kendall and Mary Ann Adair, ana
C. R. Thomson as guardian ad litem
of the defendants, Mury Ann Adult
and John Adair Mendell, minors, de
fendants. By virtue of, nn execution and ordei
of Bale Issued out of and under the seal
of the above entitled court, In the above
entitled cause, on tho Kith day of Da
oember, 1893, upon a decree of fore
closure and Judgment duly made and
entered on the Cth day of October, 1S93,
which said execution and order of wilt
was to me directed and delivered, I did
on the 21st day of December, 1893, levj
upon all the right, title, claim, and In
terest of the above nameii iir. lwln til.
in and to the following described real
i-Hittie, town.: jiiocks numbered seven
ty-Jour (74) In the town of the l'ort ol
upper Astoria, and blocks numbered
seventy-six (7ll), seven. y-elirht (K), eighty-four
(84), eighty-six (88), and ninety
rum in iiu I.-,,-, a, i. ii. i.,.. ... .,....
Astoria, according to the maps una
pints thereof as laid out and recorded
by John Adair, in Clatsop county, State
And I shall on Suturdny, the 20th day
of January, 1894. at the hour of It
o clock a. m., In front of the court house
door in the city of Astoria, In said
county and state, proceed to sell the
same or so much thereof as Bhall be
sufllclent to satisfy tho sum of $1548.93,
together with Interest thereon from Oc.
tober 6, 1893, at the rate of eight per
cent per annum, and costs and ills-
mirneinenis taxed at l.r9.20, together
wun accruing costs or this suit, et pub
no auction to tne highest bidder fur
cnsii in nana in u. 8. gold coin nt t Imp
u " It. A. SMITH,
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon,
Dated, Astoria, Or., Dec. "IsU 1x93,
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STM IN THE
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