The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904, May 12, 1900, Image 1

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EUGENE, ORI b ION, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900.
ROBERTS ADVANCE
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Court House Items
ReaL.<*state mortgage.................. 1O> 00
Satis'action of mortgage.
200 00
Satisfaction of mortgage.......... 460 00
Satisfaction of mortgage
300 00
Real estate mortgage.. ...
$ 225 DO
estate mortgage................. 1,500 OU
Chattel mortgage.
1,000 0u
Chattel mortgage.
60 00
>
Mortgage release
500 no
•V
Mortgage release..
1,000 00
W. R. MARAIS
LIXX COUNTY TAXES.
Will Have Over <oooo on Hand
April I, loci.
COUNTY CANVASS.
Q
Guard.
The Register quotes the Albany
Herald as authority that the 14.50
mills tax levied lu Linn oouuty is not
enough.
But ttie Herald does not
reciprocate the courtesy bv quoting ttie
Register’s contention that the 23.60
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
mills tax levied In Lane county Is not
too mueh. The Herald knows that the
B G Mulkey to Elizahstb Elliot, E j
Linn county people are not in love
By mutual arrangements Jie Re-
Special to the Guard.
tots 6 and 7, block 1, Skinuer's dona­
RESORT OF CORORtR» JURY
with ttie idea of paying high taxes, publican and Citizens parties have
L ondon , May 8.—The adv mes re­ tion to Eugene; $<>J0.
l>ally Guard, Sl.j 7
and tiiat such a statement would scare agreed on a joint canvass of ttie county
James F Miller and wife o Hiram F
eelved fr>>iu Lord Rotierte by the war
W. R. Marquis, au old soldier, well voters from the Linn county repub­
Miller, laud in Cot^ge Grove; $100.
and will address the voters of tlie
department during the past 24 hours
Fail me Lockwood to Minnie L knowu here, oomuiltted suicide last lican ticket lu droves. The repub­ several precincts on the following
have been of a very encouraging Washburue, lot 5, block 10. Skiuner's night at his home north of this city licans are already in a hopeless dates:
I
two miles on the river road. The body minority down In Linn, but the Herald
nature.
addition to Eugene; $1.
Coburg, Thursday May 10, 2 p m.
George S Washburue one-third In­ wes found lu a straw itarn atmul oue(l will not scare the rest of them away by
Motiawk, Friday Msy 11, 2 p tu.
lloiie'ts says tlie railway from
baif mile from the residence. He had any such foolishness
Wendling, Friday May 11, 7.30 p tu.
lirandfort to Kmaldeel lias tieen badly terest lu 152.41 acres in tp 18 s r 12 removed bis tiat, coat aud boots, and
w;$l.
Albany Deiuocrat. O
Walterville, Saturday May 12, 2p m
damaged tiy the Boer^irces, and that
Alex Pugh to H C Maicus, one-1 til rd laid bis pocket-book, a letter to the
Thurston, Monday May 14, 2 p m.
As ttie 14) mill tax will leaxe an
the bridge across the Vet river is interest in tbe£*)Uptopiati,” the coroner, and some other letters, on the estimated balance of over $9,000 for
Fall Creek, Tuesday May 15, 1 p m.
cost. It Is apparent that tbe unfortu­
almost entirely destroyed, and wdl ‘‘Plato,” aud “Avou” claims,
Bo-
Springfield, Tues May 15, 7:110 p m.
safety the people of Llnu oouuty
nate mail tbeu reclined on the stiaw
hernia; $1.
Pleasant Hill, Wednesday May 16,
appreciate the smalluest. of It, aud the
have to tie rebuilt.
and committed the deed. The Inslru-
L
B
Biguold
and
wife
to
E
L
Joyce,
good ludgmeut displayed tu not mak­ 2 p tu
It is something of a suprise to know
metit used was a 44-calibre dulidog
two-thirds interest in real estate in tp
Creswell, Thursday May 17, 2 p m.
ing It any larger.
tiiat tbe Boers have evacuated their
revolver, the ball entering the bead
17s
r2
e;
$1.
Cottage Grove, Friday May 18,2 p m.
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atsive tlie right ear and oomlng out at
position a'. Thabancliu, as it was
Lorane, Saturday May 19, 2 p m.
Harriet Lee to I A Levy, lot 10, the left temple. Tbe Qead aud rigtit
impregnable. It is learned later that block 6, of F A B’s part of Florence; Ro
Hadleyvllle, Moi day May 21, 2 p m.
hand were powder-burned. Bealdea
Brownavllle ifiie«.
Long Tom, Tuesday May 22, 2 p ui.
Peter Franz Schur and wife to sM< the following fetter left to Coroner
this position was abandoned on orders
E 8 Masrters, who r>sides on tus
Smithfield,
Wednesday May 23.
of General Stey u, ami there ie a ques- Vogle, w J of lots 1 and 4, block 7, Cheshire, was one left to ttie wife, one
farm near Crawfordsville, heard bis 2 p tu.
original plat of Eugene; $300.
to tlie eon, and others. The letter to
tQi as to whether or not be ha» maile
Elmira, Thursday May 24, 2 pm.
R F Johnson and wife to U S, 118.25 Mrs Murijug was placed OU the gate at chickens making a horrible noise
a serious military error.
acres in tp 16 s r 6 e; Cascade reserve the residence It told of the reasons Thursday morning at 1 o’clock, and
Florence, Saturday May 26, 2 pm.
thinking a ‘‘varmint” of some kind
Colonel Plumer reports that the A't. Quitclaim.
Mapleton, Monday May 28, 2 p m.
for committing ttie deed, where the
Ole and Electa Jackson, 4 acres in tp body could be found, and gave instruc­ was after auother uiess of fowl, took
Boer forces about Msfeking has been
Cheshire, Tuesday May 29, 2 p tu.
his dogs and guu and gave chase, The
Juncliou, WednesiixQ May 3, jj p
materially im-rea-ed, and is thought 18 s r 10 w; $56. Quit claim.
tions for tlie burial.
dogs soon had ''something” treed, and
George W Taylor and wife to U 8,
Irving, Friday June 1, 2 p tu.
to number about 3 000 more a1 the
H fringfikld , Oregon,
soon a chicken came tumbling from
37) acres in to 16 s r G q Cascade
Eugene, Haturday June 2, 2 p tu. O
Register, May S.
Sunday Eye., May 6, 1900.
present time.
0
q
tbe tree. Mr Marsters remained under
reserve act. Quit claim
MPBELL BROS., Publishers
W G. Gilstrap, of the Register, and
V ote Fou D a L y .—Governor Geer
UoRONKK L anr C o . O r .,
the trees with his dogs until ■iayliglit,
Lord Roberts report further elates
Malvina J Hays to W M Tripp, e)
Gilstrap were re-united in
Lillian
C,1 h :—The cause tiiat has led up to when
he
look
deliiiraie
aim : has heard from Ills letters sent to the
lot
1,
block
41,
Junction
City;
$200.
tiiat
it
i<
expected
the
Boers
will
make
HCE I »“t "i,le "* Willamette street, lie- s marriage at the residence of the bride's
tlie present tragedy was domestic REd brought down
a
yearling President and Speaker Hendeisott in
tween Seventh and Eighth street«-.
Augustin Leiter and wife to Emil
(parents in Oakesdale, Wash, Ha urday. ¡a stand near Zaud rivQ, at,<1 hope to
trouble.
cougar.
A little later lie tired favor of ttie Indian War Veteran». The
Leiter,
80
acres
in
tp
20
s
r
4
w;
$1.
May 5, 1900, at 10 a m, Rev Evans of have a decisive battle at tiiat poiut.
My wife is tlie best, the purest and another shot into a tree uear by President’s private aecretaty acknow­
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
R M Dooly and wife, 37.50 acres iu
tlijkMetliodist church (Relating. Mr The British will lie thoroughly pre
sw<etest woman ill all tlie world; but aud brn^ylit dowu another cougar, ledged the receipt of the letter, and
............... $2.00
tp 16 e r 6 e; $144.
Giro rap, wife and little—daughter
both by word and act she lias con- ■ bout the same size. Qn y measured Speaker Henderson said: “I have
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pared tiefore assailing them.
lQer Thoen to Ole B Jacobson, 4
arrived
in
Eugene
yesterday
afternoon,
«Months................................................... "
vlnced me that she has lost her con- about t^je feet.
Mr. M »rstere prizes given ttie subject matter of your letter
acres iu tp 18 s r 10 w ; $225.
i’OLONIHTS DEMORALIZED.
coming by way of Spokane and Hound
tiden e in and tier love for me, making these young fellows very highly; says considerable thought. It Is s bad time
Il
M
Dooly
sffjl
wife
to
R
F
Johnson,
„rti-ing rate« male known ""»Pl.'1’^1,0" points. They will r«-ide temporarily Special to the Guard.
it necessary for me to leave my home it has cost him about $20 worth of to urge this at present, witli our (rent,
118 25 aeies in tp 16, sr 6 e; $454.66.
11 l u-inehs letters to THE GUARD, at the family residence on West Hixth
and family. My confidence In my chickens and turkeys to raise them.
entloua burdens of appropriations,
C apu T own , May 8.— heea-e with
U
n
to
heirs
of
Olvin
A
Lockwood,
street. Many frlemQof both the con­
wife
l>as
never
wavered
and
my
love
although
something may be done in
tracting parties were at tbe OakeSnale which Lord Roberts is u akiug his 155.75 acres In tp 16 s r 6 e: homestead for tier ha- never known Io change.
this ( ongress, if not at this session.”
A J WALTON
KBMAHKLIt
certificate.
depot to witness tl,e departure of the advance iu tbe Transvaal is proving
1 When some of the appropriations that
H B Gtay o Aibt^j) P Knowles, Were it not for tills e>n-urning jiaaeiou
ALTON It OVERTON ,
veQ demoralizing to the Boers and
couple for Eugene.
I might live. But lu addition to Hits
have been made are considered this
156 92 acres in tp 18 s r 10 w; $1,000.
Owgou City Courier P
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
I find myselt homeless, broken lu
excuse will tie very thin to the Indian
A
R oseburg
sensation .-^ate colonists.
CIRCUIT COURT.
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Prosjatrlty ____________
lias struck ______
some of the War Veterans, They at least ^think
health and borne down by tbe wQght
Saturday afternoon A. M. Urawford$w
AMERICANS KILLED.
irractioe in all the courts of the state.
Esteila
M
Scott vs Dunean Scott; of accumulating year., with no hope ^ym ploy ft of the patter mills at this that tlie house should have been per­
-In Walton Block.
prominent attorney of Roseburg, was Special to the G uard
The boys who struck on mitted to tie the judges in the matter
E uoenx , O rroon .
suit for divoice.
Tlie couple went' *for the future but tbe Holdier's Home place.
arrested on the charge of perjury, the
M anila , .\J»y 8.—Information has married i48|>tember 2, 1899. The com­ or the Poor House. And »ooner tha$ Monday for a raise from 75 cents to $1 and not one man.
i prosecuting witness being his former
L WHITSON,
been received at General MacArthur’s plaint alleges cruel and Inhuman face the humiliation problem, 1 would a day were not given what ttiey asked
O|aw partner, Wm. R. Willis. Tbe
Dally (>uar<? May s
DENTIST.
headquarters of liO death of ttiree treatment' tiiat plaintiff's maiden rather court fellowsl^ji with death and for, iQt were neriultled to work full
S aginaw S mallpox —Judge Potter
!«i purchase.t the office and fixtures of latter alleges tiiat Crawford swore that
name was Esteila M Page; that de­ lay down and rest tienealh the shadow. time at 75 cents. Home time since a
- lais deoeased W V Henderson. 1 am a partiQlar agreement In a mining Americans and wounding of seQn by fendant owns money,
iQope the Jury will not do me tbe few men struck, but went back to work and Dr. D. A. Paine returned from
notes and
w propsred to do anything in the line of lawsuit, whereby Crawford was to natives at Barotac, Panay isl^id.
ago the Saginaw tills morning and report the
accounts to tbe value of $4,000; that no wrong of ••finding” tiiat I was insane at old wages. Not long
I'rotistryin the above said office.
receive one-third of the proceeds of a
1 rown aud bridge work a specialty.
children have been born to said for I am not. My mind was never woolen mills raised the wages of a few smallpox at tiiat place, of mild type
MORE EXPANSION.
>30,(XW mining bonds sale, did not
tlie patients ‘ fast recovering, . The
marriage. The plaintiff" a-ks that the more clear or my perceptions more from 60 to the munificent sum of 60 and .................
exist in fact.
Crawford is chairman Special to the Guard.
S LUCKEY,
cent a, and tbe word went out that a1 doctor
'
fumigated ttie plnoes thoroughly
bonds
of
matrimony
be
dissolved
aud
acute
than
at
the
present
time.
Blame
auki Ì.&D. New Zealand, May 8 —
of the republican county central com­
and that her name be changed to that no one for thia. As stated tbe Cause Is 20 |ier oent raise had been given and left instructions tor disinfecting.
DÏALEK IN
mittee. There is no politics in tlie The United States flag has been of her maiden name, Eitella M Page,
domestic trouble—the cause for which employes. Tbe price of living had The gentlemen went from here to
matter, though, as Willie is of the same hoisted over 'l utila island.
betas Watches, Chain*, Jew­
and that she be decQed tbe owner of bad no foundation In fact, and as a increased from 25 to 30 per cent, and Cottage Grove by train, from there to
elry, Etc.
political faith.
Judge Willis was
one-tbird of all property owned by result there could be no reoouclllatla'i. this is the reput^can protqierlty you Saginaw by wheel. Ou ttie road down
Repairing promptly done.
MORE PENSIONS.
formerly a very familiar figure ill
All work warranted.
to Baglnaw the doctor had the misfor­
beard of.
defendant aud for tbe costs of thiQiuit.
W. K. M> rquib .
Lane county Qrcuit courts, and is Special to the G uard .
tune to break bis wtieel which oom*
E R Skipworth iQkttorney for plaintiff.
W BK'ÌWN, M. D.
noUd for being one of the most per­
W ashington , May 8.—It Is elven
polled him to walk to Creswell from
Mr. Marquis attended church with
REFORM SCHOOL.
sistent and vindictive lawyers in out that tbe present session of congress
which place they phoned for convey­
bls
family
yesterday
morning,
going
PHYSICIAN ANDG u TRGEON.
Sheriff Withers yestesday arrested
Southern Oregon.
ance to
this city, shipping their
will ad<i^2,000,000 or $3,000,000 to the Phil Crawford at McMinnville upon a from there to Springfield, where tbe
Daily Unard, May S
«—Upstairs in Chrisman Bljgjc.
wheels.
letters
were
evidently
written,
aud
Mrs Mary J Htowell died this after-
warrant charging him with being an
D iscourtesy C laimed .— The Port­ pension list.
Hours: 9 to 11 a tn; 12 to 2, » to 9 p w.
returned some time during the night to noon at her home In Hi is city, irom
H ¡(ill R ath «.—Il la yet quite d^lbt-
incorrigible,
and
brought
him
to
MISSING SEAMEN FOUND
land Telegram claims that on a recent
Eugene. The boy was given an take bis life as above described. De the reeult of a paralytic stroke v’th ful when Clay Zumwalt, Andy Taylor
vieitQf the ladies basket ba!^ team of Special to the Guard
C WOODCOCK,
examination before Judge Potter tliis ceased tiad talked rf committing which she was afflicted a couple of and J. H Lee starts for Nome, Alaska.
ATTORNEY AT-LAW?
the Portland Y M C A to Corvallis to
N ew O rleans , May 8.—Tbe s^jond
They are having trouble to get rates
foreuoou aud was ordered committed suicide, but as late as Haturday had months ago.
cooQiete with the team of O A C, officer and 24 men of tlie wrecked
Deceased was well known among for several bead of horses they are
to the State Reform School. He was promised his sou and daughter that he
Office—Ooe half block aouth of Chrisman Professor RinglQ aud the team was
steamer Virginia have arrQed at thin taken to that place this afternoon by would not do so.
the ploueers, and bad resided in Eu­ wanting Q take with them, to be used
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tPlsted to discourtesies t>y some of the
Coroner Cheshire was notified about gene for many years. Her husbsnd in a transfer business. At rates quoted
Deputy Sheriff H L Bown.
port.
E ugene , O regon .
students and rowdy element of the
7:30 tills morning, and at onoe went to died several years ago. She leaves live it will cost $200 per head, and even at
PROBATE.
town.
President
Gatch informed
ST. LOUIS STRIKE.
the scene, boldiug a'l inquest, tbe ohlldren, three daughters and two this pries no boat at present wants to
E BEAN,
Guardianship of Alfred B Baker; empaueled Jury and Its report being as
Professor Rit gler that ^le matter Specl.ffo th« Guard.
transport them.
sons.
return on sale.
The property was follows.
would not go unnoticed.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
8 t . L ouis , May 8 —A strike of con-
purchased by W E Brown for $375.
CORONER’S JURY REPORT.
¡*1 stunt ion to collections and matters in
TT
siderable proportions is on in this city.
Estate of James Huddleston; final
Probate. Money to loan on real estate.
WtxiDOOCK.—Albany Democrat: Not
We,
the
Jury
appointed
by
the
Il was inaugurated among the car settlemeut filed. Receipts; real estate,
oonteut with a law business, hop yard,
Cl-With A C Woodcock.
coroner ot I-ane county to Investigate
numerous
other
Operators,
ami 2,600 men are out as a $10,733; persoual property, $5,656.60,
wheat ranch and t------------- -------
into the cause of tbe death or W R
of
One
bequest
paid
L CHESHIRE, M. D.
fields, A C Woodcock, of Eugene, has result. The feeling la very bitter, and total, $16,299.50.
Marquis, after careful examination of
just purchased at sheriff sale the there la some rioting in progrès», All $1,500.
tbe circumstances, find that be came
PHYSICIAN AND ^URGEON,
MINING LOCATION«.
famous Belknap springs on the Mc­ cars of the city are tied up.
O> bis death by a gun shot, fired by bls
A J own hand, the ball entering bls right
Kenzie, including 162 acres. Price,
Blue,
Bohemia
district,
by
’«■an Bldg.
$12(0. Woodcock may never own the
temple and coming oot at the left
Anderson, locator.
Eugeno, Oregon.
world, but he is fast getting hold of
Bird, Bohemia district, by A B temple.
Eugene, May 7, 1900.
Lane county.
Farrier, locator.
N okkib H umphkey ,
May Day claim, Blue River, by D
M onroe , Or., May 7.—Plans are
Dally Guard. May 8
C has E R oberts ,
the M Hogan aud George Fisber, locators.
being
discussed
here
relative
to
P leasant E vening . — Qlklnner’s
May Flower, Blue River; by D M
A W B ond ,
Cabin, Native Hon» of Oregon, at its future mode <»( traffic for the Long
Hogan and George Fisher locators.
C H L owry ,
Tom
river.
It
is
the
intention
to
regular meeting last night had a very
L D H errington ,
CONTRACT.
Cxtabllihed n iati.
pleasant time. Work in the pioneer secure regular services of some river
W ill J D arhoch .
boat
for
the
coming
winter
season
or
Henry
C
Weixselfelder
to
G
Nettle,
- or—
degree was given, and a banquet was
to
build
a
30-ton,
liglit-drsfc
river
1
1
appears
that
the deceased has for
standing and down fir timtier on the
nerved.
The order i» growing sub­
eugene ,
steamer by the co-operation of inter­ N ) of the N | and the H W | of the several years been afflicted with mel­
stantially.
^acule form,
ested persons.
This steamer would N E i in sec 1, tp 17 S R 1 E, north ancholia, sometimes in an Q
and the brooding caused by thia
D ied .—John Feldervert, a brother of only expect to go as far out as the „ide of McKenzie river; $200.
temperament has superinduced Chia
I “Nick” Felderver®of Spencer precinct, Willamette, where a storage wharf and
crriz-ENSHiP papers .
warehouse
would
tie
constructed
to
action
,
died in Prineville April 30 of la grippe,
Edgar M Warren, a native of Great
bold all the upper river freight until
Arrangements for tbe funeral have
1 aged 68 years. He had no family.
it could be handled by the large river Britain took out his Huai papers.
nor yet been made.
A. G. HOVEY, President
—
BILL OF SALE.
J M. A BRA MH. Cashier
Mr Marquis at one lime resided In
boats.
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___R H HOVEY. Aset Cashier.
J C and G G Anderson, to J W Shu­ Umatilla county and Is an ex-aberiff
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of that county. The pistol with which
mate; logging outfit; $263.30.
q T hh EE CANDIDATBS—CfW k county,
the deed was comm tied IS one used by
across the mouutain range
which
him when holding the atiove office.
forms tbe itoutidary line for Lane
Mr Marquis re«l»tered at the Hotel
county on the east, •»► settled laiio-lyA
—
o
Eugene last night, secured a room and
by Lane county people. The derno-
Portland Telegram:
“UDder the paid for the same. He left a call with
Of Eugene.
cratic ticket for that couuty has three registration l^r,”
«»id • citizen the clerk for 8 o'clock this morning,
Paid up Cash Capital SBO.OOO names that are familiar to many Lane -nearly 1000 people in Oregon will be out the room bad not tieen occupied.
Of Eugene, Oregon.
Surplus
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SBO.OOO county people: Knox Huston for prevented from voting at the National
surveyor, J P Holland for school election, a» I understand it. By elec­
Eugene, Oregon.
superintendent, and J N Poindexter tion time I will have been in the state
.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS for treasurer. Personal acquaintance eight months, but will Dot be able to
I>>ne >n ress-nable Urn-a.
Swht
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laMiM BUtlMCBB TRA*»«
draft! on Ubicano, San Fran.tao, an<l Port­ with euch ofOtheae gentlemen makes vote. I believe the registration law ie
E H. Bimby, of the Canadian cuilomi,
ACTED o * favorable terms
an IndoraementQby the G uard a a good thing in fact, an absolute
land, irret-on.
.„„.ri­
received telegraphic advices It.at li.e
sii!. 4 «xchaog» s-M f'O foreign c.nttrv«. 1 pleasure.
nn
prinr’p*! cities of tb«
necessity,
but
so
far
as
my
observation
'■‘ •Ab-» and foreign co ntrie*.
Deposit« rwwjved subject to cheek of certi fi
Yukon is breaking for miles and miles
nn r»efran4 <’ertlCes»e« of
go*« it la going
work •“ lDJu>tlee to
near Selkirk, and that Laks 1 a Barge
•* •ben $ef* »tatrd i-rn.-l,
* All couSeti-n« entrusted to u» wO rerei’«
When
the
book*
close
I
will
sc-, or « rr retve oar pmtnjM altenuor.
OiMMKNDATOBY. — Albany Dems- soma.
<li ■ ’ 4<oauty Marra..» tout hi.
is becoming honeycombed with air­
prompt allenti« >B
cratof Monday: ‘ Sheriff Wither«, one have lived here two months. As the holes and getting more and more dan­
▼ G
P.
S nuíhjbam , I of Oregoo’s tie-l < fficiais, was in tbe hook» close six m >nths tie fore the
gerous to travel. He was also advised
Premdoat.
,
ier.
1 city today oo bis way to Mc.Mloo- presidential election that shuts me that the police have etopped travel at
S B K aris ,
L-
Vkel’rree*- t-
AntlasJS
oot."
Ville.”
certain »laces on the river.
Boers.
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Took His Own Life Last Night-
Cause, Melancholy.
o
Keeping the best and
defending the people
against high prices is
dhr pleasant duty.
Killed Two Cougars.
WKKLÏ EOCENE GUARD.
Gilstrap-Gilstrap.
o
Prosperity at Oregon City.
Mrs. Mary J. Stowell.
O
. .
For
Cash
During
This
Month
O—
Navigation of Long Tom.
•Siner al Banking business in all branches
transacted on favorable terms.
---- FIRST —
EUGENE
Loan a Savings Bank
Ho Cash Capital
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$50.000
2,500
National Bank
A Registration Law Injustice.
Yukon Ice Breaking.
All Carpets will be sewed and
laid free of charge.
F. E. DUNN