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CITY AND COUNTY.
Completed. The bridge across the Coast
Fork at Whittemore's old ferry was completed
Improvement. Mi . F. B. Dunu is making
extensive additions and improvements to his
B cturnkd. Mrs. XV. H. Hanehctt, who
has been visiting friends in the East since
last spring, returned last Wednesday.
Wanted. A good steady girl to leain
the dressmaking and millinery trade. For
particulars inquire of Mrs. M. J. Watkiuds,
corner of Eleventh and High Streets.
Take Notice. Abel k Welsh only remain
one week more, and those wishing really
first-class pictures should avail themselves of
this opportunity, as the chance may not oc
i Independent. A saucy pheasant flew
into Charley Horn's gunsmith shop on Wed
nesday. After this show of bravado, it took
its departure before the mau of guns could
gather it in.
Dkkssmakinu. Mrs. Walking and Mrs,
McCain are having the building adjoining
Miss Rankin's Bazar ou the south, tastefully
fitted up for a dressmaking establishment,
and will move in in a few days.
Trotters. H. U. aud Charles Ifadley,
started on Thursday with three young trot
ting horses for the .State Fair. Judging from
the appearance of these horses, we predict
that they will make a creditable rocord.
Church Services. There have beeu ser
vices at the Christiau Church every evening
this week. We learn that there have been
quito a number of additions to the church,
some by letter and four or five by baptism.
Renovated. The St. Charles Hotel is
undergoing a thorough course of repairing
and refurnishing, when it will be perfect in
all its appointments, and nude" the manage
ment of Mrs. Renfrew, the experience land
lady, will be second to no house in the State.
J. B. Underwood is engaged in the broker
age business. He buys and sells gold, silver,
currency and exchange, and negotiates loans,
on personal or real estate securities. Ben.
will be found at the express office, and will
accommodate all who apply with the nec
essary collaterals. His ad. will appear next
Horse Stolen. Last Tuesday evening, a
horse was stolen from the barn of Mr. Wash
burne near Junction. Early in the evening
an attempt was made to steal a horse from a
neighbor of Mr. W., but the thief was dis
covered and made his escape, but succeeded
in his second attempt. The thief is supposed
to be a fellow whose nailie we have not
learned, who broke out of the calaboose in
Junction that day.
Married. In this city, at the residence
of tho bride's parents, by Rev. J. S. McCain,
ou Wednesday evening last, Mr. Frank Had
ley and Miss S. A. l'omdexter.
Compliment received. We congratulate
our friend Frank and his fair bride upou the
auspicious commencement of the most mo
mentous journey of life, and sincerely hope
that their cares and disappointments may
be few, and their joys many.
"Bar" Hunt. Some facetious cass came
rushing iuto town Thursday, and reported
that a large bear crossed the road ahead of
his team just across the river. Three or
four hunters tooted up a dozen hounds and
repaired in all baste to the place, and found
a hog track. The left-handed benedictions
showered upon the head of the practical
joker by tht disappointed nimrods were more
profuse and emphatic than pious.
Fire. The dwelling of Rev. Mr. Douglas
at Springfield was burned last Tuesday night.
Mr. D. was at home alone and being unwell,
had lit a candle, which by some means was
upset and caught the paper on the wall, run
nine up into the story above. By the assist
ance of his neighbors he succeeded in saving
his furniture. His library was burned. The
hfute was insure I for $700, and the libta-y
Wheat. Buyers paid last Saturday as
high as ?1.07, sacked and delivered on cars.
Prices opened weaker this week, buyers pay-
Ing from $1.01 to ?1.03, and predict lower
prices. They base their opinions upon the
fact that th crops in the Western State,
and all over the country, except California
is fully from 75 to 100 per cent more than
last year. This large surplus of wheat will
commence to go forward in Octoler, and will
have the effect to keep prices lower in Liver
pool for the present if not for the entire sea
son. While crops do not come up to the
average on the continent, the surplus all
over the world will more than make up the
On Wednesday evening last, Mrs. Geo. W.
Fletcher and infant Mrs. F. was a daugh.
ter of Mr. E. Bladder.
On Rock Creek, in Wasco county, on the
J4th inataut, Minnie Myrtle, infant daughter
of Josephus and Alice Martin, aged two
years and twent-four days.
WILL CIHE COSSmPTIOS.
To all suffering from the following diseases
rar of hope it offered through th. kindness of a
tnUiotJr friend who Us sent
of a purely Testable medicine which has fc'ng
been used by the native median, men of W;
doetn:-for the positive and radical enreot
Oonsuset-tion, Bronchitis, Asthma, tfrrt,
Prna, Throat and Lung dimoultr Gner
allibility. Los. of Manhood and ail Nervous
AflectirJ iu power ha. bn teed inhun
jl l - ;,v,,t a failtire. I now feel it
ZirZZVZtZiuJ the ci,-Fa or
l j... uhru r. mii Me to reiw"
directum. f. uiri.. Sent by retuni nvU tT
a.ldrinz with 2 stamps nam in? this pP".
Dr. O. R. Brk-ham, Irawer 2 Ltica, a
Styteniher , 77-ly.
' A TRIP TO TOE FOSSIL BEDS.
To the Editor op the Guard :
In compliance with a sucstion from you, I
will attempt a brief description of the fossil de
posit in the northeast angle of Lake county,
and make some references to the topography of
the country thereabouts.
I left home on Tuesday, the 12th of June, in
coinany with Mr. Thos. Swift of Eugene, aud
th. Sunday following the 17th arrived at
Summer Lake, where I have some business in
terests. Here we laid over until Tuesday, when
in company with John Partin, Sr., John Par
tin, Jr., T. F. Partin, and M. Suit, who kindly
consented to accompany us, we started for the
fossil bed, a distance of about 40 miles, the last
23 of which was over a very rough country and
It would be proper to say we were on horse
back, with our kitchen pocked on two driven
horses. In the afternoon of the second day, we
arrived at the fossil bed, aud stripped our stock,
turning them on a scanty allowance of miser
able grans. The fossil remains lie scattered
over the earth for a distance of four or five
miles in the direction of northeast and south
west, the strip being probably a mile wide.
Near the southwest end of the deosit are two
email Lakes or ponds, highly impregnated with
alkali, the water having a milky appearance,
with a disagreeable taste and emelL We sunk
holes near the lake, into which the water siped
and was of a better ipiality than that in the
lake, but not good. We named these ponds, or
bodies of .water, " Fossil Lakes," applying the
prefixes of east and west to them.
Silver Lake and Summer Lake both lie on
the confines of the great desert, by the crossing
of which so much suffering was experienced by
Borne of the early Oregon pioneers, the desert
lying north and east of these lakes. Silver
Lake is encompassed by "rim-rock," except on
the northwest. On the east there is a gap
w hich leads into a basiu nearly circular, and
which is probably about thirty miles iu diame
ter. This basin is surrounded by nm rock on
the south, southeast and west, rising to the
bight of many huudred feet, with occasional
breaks or camions, sloping into the basin. Ou
the north and northeast of the basin the ascent
is more gradual, but at a distance, presenting
an uninterrupted barrier. The surface of this
basin is comparatively level, beingsuhject how
ever, to slight inequalities in the form of hil
locks or low ridges rising but a few feet, the
whole heavily set with sage (or artemissin),
irreesu wood and other small but kindred growths.
The soil, if we may call it soil, seems to be eom
poscd of light sand and volcanic ash, with a per
centage of vegetable mould into which a horse
will frequently sink to his fetlocks. Near the
center of this basin, and alout lit miles from
Silver Lake, in a northeast direction, is "Christ
man Lake ;" eight miles from Christmas Lake,
in the same direction, aud apparently on the
same level, are the Fossil Lakes. About 5
miles further on, in the same direction, are Jwo
springs of tolerably good water. These springs
are about half a mile apart I heard the most
northernly called Duncan's Spring, and we
called the other Mound Spring. The rocks
about Silver Lake and S.immer Lake, where
stratified, appear to dip to the north. Fro.n
twenty to forty miles iu a northwest direction
from Fossil Lakes set in the lava mountains, or
rather mountains of lava.
It would seem that these fossil remains might
have remained buried from four to ten feet iu
the earth, and therefore unknown to the prying
eyes of the antiquarian, but for the action of
the wind. There seems to be a constant cur
rent of wind from the southwest. All that
space where bones are found appears to be
scoojwd out to the depth of several feet, and
carried, some of it, to a distance of from five to
ten miles, where it is piled up in every con
ceivable form, evidently by the action of the
wind ; conclusive evidence of this is found in
the numerous little mounds still remaining and
able to resist the action of the wind by the aid
of the roots of some more vigorous bunch of
sage or greasewooA These mounds present a
beautiful example of stratified formation often
five or six strata, ranging from three to eight
inches in thickness, very dearly marked. Ou
the lower levels of this excavation is where the
fossils are found.
We found fossil bones of the elephant, camel,
horse and elk or reindeer. The horse being
much more abundant than either of the others,
but all being so clearly marked as to leave no
doubt as to their identity. Thero were other
bones apparently of large animals, but your
correslKuideut was uualile to name the animal
they once belonged to. Among the fossils
found the smaller quadrupeds had a representa
tion, boues answering in size to the fox, and
wolf were found; also others answering in size
to the sheep or goat iu size and appearance.
Remains of birds were very plentiful, mie
very large, others quite small. Waders, swim
mers, scratched, and prolubly climbers "ere
recognized. The vertebra or back-bone of fish,
or some other animal with a back-bone like the
6h, are found in great plenty; also bones
lit. nothing I ever saw before, therefore I
will not undertake to describe them.
The second day we were at the fossil bed.
Mr Geo. Duncan formerly of this county, and
a Mr. Smith, both now of Lake county, and
Mr Lee Button, who lives at Christmas Lake
came to us, and that night we ieut at the
springs five miles from fossil Lake.
The next day after returning to the lake
and collecting a few more sw:iiiiens, we con
... .).un,l.,n muiitrv that uroduued
nothing more inviting than old bone., honied
toads, mu-quitos, and the ever present, but
never visible, but always feelable gnat, and
i L .,, not onlv the air, out
wucie iw 1 , , i
your mouth, nose, eyes, and ears full of sand
ind alkali dust this was the fourth day away
from Summer Lake, and we arrived at t brut
ma Lake that evening and part-ma- of tli
u '. .:..! ..ll.nt. n.l best of all. cheer-
fi,l!r liestowed. Our fossils of which w have
about two humlred pounds are now on our ji
fifth dy out, w. set out for hummer Lake via
Silver Lake, where we arrived about nom, ami
were invited at once to make ourselves at home,
and I verily believe w. did.
Mr George Durand is a large stock raiser,
, " iT.a It was an
aSl. sun-ri'to find a well cultivated
iuud. surrounded by book. nd WIJ
T ' 4 tk. ninfineaof civilization, but
inch a man w. found in Mr. Durand. After
Zu, packed np and started fr J. Partin s at
Summer I- . , " , "
havin been gone five days. Moo hy
Zyrmlg started f bom. where w. armed on
VT , ; in dan from .Sum-
mCTliksT I Lavs dn prssenbjA to PnW
Th-ma. Condon, of . tb. Bute I m-JT.
horn I -as lar.-ely i-debUd ''"ttZ'l
Sf M. the most of my find, retaining
a ia tns mxnianr ui pcic - r
Mil a lew uupiw . . , .ti.
ToanTwbomaye.templat art-tto this
fo-il d.iit. I wdd -y it i. anythias- l"
buT pUor pkant amusement be-i-h surf..
j"' JL. ,K rr. ortttr much all
.VVT.r. in L,Lt hanmr bn carried away.
.A i. U nr known wheth-r oVf
Z7 i c..i.u ind if it did, nv uln
jTh Oe. might U sunk before rtrikii "ly
dirt-" . .... t
hat weth nrT mmmo4u in ler
toreserr their Un. V, the pre
St. Nicholas for October, fitly closes up
the Fourth volume of the magazine, and
ushers in tho Autumn with brisk stories,
lively pictures, and such gentle thoughts as
suit the time of year.
Henry W. Longfellow supplies some strong
and beautiful lines under the title "Harouu
Al Raschild;" and Donald G. Mitchell ("Ik
Marvel") contributes the biographies of "Two
French Story-Tellers" Beruardiu de St
Tierre and Madame Cottin, whose portraits
accompany the article with able illustrated
epitomes of their chief works, "Paul aud
Virginia," and "Elizabeth; or tho Exiles of
The poem, "Mother," by Mary Mapcs.
Dodge, bleuds a rare hopefulness with ten.'
der sadness of its theme; and together with
the admirable frontispiece, forms a striking
whole, Goorgo MacDonald brings to a close
his simple narrative of Scottish life, entitled
"Gone Astray," the lovely affection it de
picts receiving a second charming illustration
iu the verse immediately following it, ami
beginning "There's a ship on the sea!" Thoni
as Moran has capped the stanza with ail ap
propriate drawing. "The little Girl who
Grew Smaller," by Emily II. Leland, is a
story that will captivate the young folks;
and "Which Had It!" by Sarah Winter
Kellogg, with a capital illustration by J. W.
Champney, is a tale that has no end of fun
aud puzzling uncertainty about it
Lucy Larcoin introduces tho youngters to
the wondor-world of "Autumn Poetry," in
a way to set them exploring it on their own
accounts, iu an article that is remarkable for
the aptaess and beauty of its selections, aud
the charm of variety afforded by its pictures.
Noah Brooks has a story of patriotism, en
titled "A Century Ago," that is full of gen
uine boy-intcrost; and William H. Ridoing
presents a graphic account of adventuro in
the Sierra Nevada under the title "Caught
by the Snow," the paper being illustrated by
a picture into which Thomas Moran has put
the very chill and rush of tho winter storm.
A whole years' series of Star paers is con
cluded iu this issuo by Professor Proctor;
and Mr. Trowbridge's serial brings his hero
to mastership ot himself pointing a moral
sorely needed by the youth of to-day. Mr.
Park Benjamin, in some admirably humor
ous verses and sketches relates the rise,
course and sad ending of "Tho Revenge of
the Little Hippopotamus." The boys will
lind Mrs. Kate Brownlee llort oil's article ou
the game of "Hare and Hounds" a very at
tractive one; nml tho interest of the girls is
likely to center upon a paper on "Moss
Pictures" w in' h details a new kind of fancy
work. Good as is this issue of St. Nicholas,
the announcement upon its cover promise for
those yet to come a number aud variety of
at till' lions altogether unprecedented. Not
the leat of the good things in view is the
new serial story, "Under tho Lilacs," by
Ixuiisa M. Alcott, which is to begin iu
tho issue for November.
All persons indebted t i me either by note
or account will find them in the hands of S.
B. Kakin Jr., and he is authorized to receive
and receipt in my name. Immediate pay
ment is required. CHARLES HADLEY.
Sept. 27, 1877.
All those who are indebted to us either by
note or book account, are requested to cull and
settle immediately and save costs. We mean
business. OSBURN & CO.
You are asked every dav through the col
umns of newspapers and by your Druggist to
use something for your Dysx'psia and Liver
Conmtaint that vou know nothing alwmt, you
get discouraged sending money w ith but little
success. Now to give you satisfactory proof
that Gkken'r Aroi'MT Flowkk will cure you of
Dvsiepsia and I.iver ( omplaint with all Its
elfeets, such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
llahitual Costiveness. 1'alpltallon of tlie
Heart. Heart-burn' Wuter hrasli, rullnens at
the pit of the Stomach, Coming up of Um
after eating, Low spirits, Ac, we ask vou to go
to your Druggist and get a sample bottle of
(iliEKX's Ai'oiiNT Flower for 10 cents and try
it, or a regular size for i j cents, two doses w ill
Notice to Property Holders.
All persons 4iving within' the city limits are
notified to repair their sidewalks, where needed,
within ten days, .or.it will be done at their ex-
pense. r. raaai.u
We have just received from the Eastern
factory, direct, a large stock of window
shades and wall paper j among the latter are
many very pretty styles embracing Grained
Pauncls, Embossed, Gilts and Lace Patterns,
Satin sud Common Wanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
paper. DUNN A STRATTUN.
Robinson & Church at the Hardware Store
keep Ihe largest ami beht selected stock of wall
pajier and bonier in Eugene City, comprising- iu
part. Drown, DUnks, hatin, Gilt and JuuliOWi-
ed natier. which thev purchane direct from the
V.iutxrn factories and will sell as cliesp as tno
cheapest All paler trimmed free of charge.
Posts. Mr. H. Holes has a fine lot of ce
dar posts on the river bank near the Eugene
bridge, which can be had at very reasonable
rates. Any one wishing posts w 01 do well
to give him a call.
I MEAN IT.
All persons indebted to me, either by note
r,, I ,1 arconnt are hereby notified to im
mediately come forward am! settle, or py
...t. I must have money and this notice
means business. JAH, McCLAttEN.
Ilelall Pro i nee and Pros-ltiloD Market
The following ro rotailcrf prices : ,
TIJ0VR.-V bbL 4
CORN MEAL-Oregnn ground, in bulk, 4c.
OATS M bushel, 50.
BEAN3-0 lb, 6c
BUTTER Fiwh wUs, 25c.
COFFEE-Rlo, 2SH. Java, 33ia
CANDLES 1 box, 4 W.
BACOX-Sides, U'ic; hams, t5c;.thouWers
LARD In tin, lir, bulk. 12J.
CHICKENA 2 80S 3 00 dosen.
FISH -.Sfcluvin, hf bbU, V; ilb kit-s ti W);
Mackerel, rT kit, 4; Coiltuh, f ON, W Vie.
SUGAlt-S. F. 14c; Wand, lOUc:
crushed, lie, pnwileiwL 20c.
SALT-4'anuan LUnd, t 100 B. fl
ny, 12, Lnervo-J l7. K do crne,
TEA-Green, II T Japan, 75c f lh.
SYRCP-Ha7 Goldn, V keg. K.
Olt,H-K.-o. TSc f jaiin.
"V"EV DRUG STOKE ON WILLAM
etee Street, near Ninth,
. DK.U.KR8 IN
PATENT MEDICINES, &.o.
Brandies. Wines and Liquon
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortm.nt of articl.
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3T0RB.
We warrant all our drugs, for they are o.w aid
rresh. Particular attention in eulUJ i
Perfumery aw Toilet Articles,
As we have bought
OUR GOODS FOR CASH
We can compete with any estiblishment in Ea
gene I ity in price and accommodation.
Buy your goods where you can get
the best and chtaiiest
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hours of the dav or night
OS 11 U UN & ti
B. F. DORRIS.
Toallwho know them
selves indebted to me. I
nave demands atramst
MUST BE PAID,
and I cannot meet them
unless I can collect. If
you would save cost
come and settle without
I MUST HAVE MONEY.
Jan. C, 1877. 1$. F. DORKIS.
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
On the corner of Eleventh and Willamette
streets, and keep constantly on hand liuulier of
all kinds. Scaxouod flooring and no. tic, feuo
iug and fence posts. F. B. DUNN.
A lVA(iO I am th. sole
I agent for this celebrated wssjon.
T. G. HHN'DltlCKS.
SITUATED ON THE McKENZIK, four
ami one-half uiiles from the .McKenzis bridge;
sixty miles east of Eugene City, Ogn. Cures
diseiws arising firnn iiiiprudciiiv, habits of dis
sipation, etc. Dr. A. N. Foley lias erected
a large bath house, a sweat house, and a swim
ingpool. (iikhI hoard can be had. I have a
gHHl lady rook. I am aImi prepared to admln
irter whatever medicine is necessary.
Good grass can be had a short distance from
Mr. Powers, mail carrier, runs a liars, from
Eugene City to these springs whenever he can
get passenger. Charges sr. nuslerate.
June Oth, 1877.
A Rare Chance.
One ft bt'Ht Wlirat Fsrms in
I.DDd on my.
T will sell at auction, on the 20th day of Oc
tober, 1H77, at 10 o'clock A. ., on the premises,
at Irvinir station, to the highest bililr, the fol
lowing desmlswl 'nierty, either all togeinrr,
..r ,,i trui'is fi .tin riurcnoM n i
I H7 ami three fourth acre., all Boon wwrn
l.n.l. on which is a small house and new barn,
young well selected on linr'l ol W tre-S.
V'-mis ti u on fnp On. third rash in
hand, one or two years time on the lolauoe.
stxun-d hy mortgage on premises.
a n O.rpa l.e,l of liriHxl in ares, two gelding,
on lar'e work nude, two cows, one heifer, on.
rich ut tlr wa'.'ou, three sets barons, one Iluck-
eye grain drill, nearly new, two i.lows, iwo liar
row., one new cuiiuaior, ikhim lu.iu iuniiuu.
aixmt Jf tons ol liv, aint i'saj intuitu uu,
I.hm In I'.nnm' Wr,'linun.
'iVrm f tale ou th htu-r frriwty On
re&r't creiiit on wiww hv rtoiiRM.
I i iipu U'lll'l'T IV
fTHE undersigned tak
announce to their patrons and deal
era lo general inai inry ""'"'r
larrely Increased their factory and aro
. . .i . . i L . K I I
now prepared to furnish at good an as
sortment in their line a any tiousa on
Special Inducement to cash eutrtc-
AL1SKY &. HEGELE.
r. O. Bx SI. 10 f ir Mr.l
S7..trw Alder lrM. krtmrrm
Flrl b)4 MrcBSl fcirl
By J!rry Lwler. 1 V aw A I'n l re miles
Duh UtMn hy. .';- r''v.
ly timliendUiHl; tl y t .d m.il. a.Uitl
tu Uie nu-iia of Pa'"- ". eg;tal.l; '.
anrthini(t!.t im.we in tl-U climsl'. t""-)
waur. About fay trrr in niiitim. Aai
,l 11 .D.I iriv fmrr imirw1its-
elr. Al- a rtWeUin B""-.."
rtrwt K '.T ' ror iwruwT
Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, Carriages.
A largostock on hand and I will build to order of the Rest Kailcrn Timber throughout
ILL WORK WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT, at Fair Prices.
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth and Oak Street, Euukxk Citt.
l'leaso cull and six; for joursdveg bo fore purchasing elsewhere
Macksmithing, Wood Work and Carriage Vaulting done
Robinson & Church
S11ELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
CcstSclecfed Slock lu Oregon
a H. FRIENDLY.
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE Sl'lilNfJ AND SUMMER TRADE
The. Largest Stock of Goods
EVER BUOUHT TO EUUENE.
OUR STOCK OV
has U'eu Urm ly increased and w can show as
handsome a line of ready made govds iu
MUX'S AND BOYS'
BUS1N ESS AN D DRESS SUITS
As can lie found in the country, and at prices
that can not fail to satisfy.
OUR DRESS (lOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles anil fashiounhln shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS COODS,.
Plaid, Plain aud Oi)m Klannuls of all colors.
lUeat lieil it Unbleached Cotton Flan
nels. Ladies' nnd Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS ami SCAURS;
Brick Starr, tor. Willamette k Eltjtilb Sti..
. V. PETERS & CO.,
A rs now In receipt ut a vorr Urg tl x'k of
NEW NlMtlKti (JOODS,
Selected villi aoitbrarsfnim tlif lars-ut nj best
liniiortiug kuuiei lu au rrauuih'o,
Our Stock of
I unnsnsllr lmir a attrwtt, anil eonipritM ths
yctt l0'ttli'sanil novlllM, nn l of all gnulet
nl prlci'i, au as to meet Uis view ol all.
A Wrf MJurtmtnt of Ftrlnin n1 TotartlBfi. liw
A Urge stork ut nimrhe.1 Muslins ana I mens,
Tslds Mneiis, Towt'linirs nJ llusiery; ('oriels,
UauilkerrlUt'li, Ics sua Uui B dollars lu all gnuiM.
WE WILL PAT THE HIGHEST MABKET MICE
Id nub for anjr numlicr of pounds of
0001) MkUCIIANTAHLK WOOL
Of erwy dewrlption wantad, for ulcswt wUI fl
lbs ki(liost market prwt.
A. V. PETERS t CO.
MRS. 11. A. MOORE'S
f- If a Xf.v.r wiuiltl annnnncs tn the
Iji.li. and lieiitleinen who ilesirs the inal
alrnnient of a lino suit of Hair, that sh lias
luUnted her reh Lrateil Hair Irfrtorer, wnien
low now teen U'foro th puhlio for a acs of
two years, and lias in svery instam'e (riven n
tire sntisfw-tion s lo what It l.roinisea. No
niineriil or dsiiiavfinj sulitni I used In this
tireinrntion, and it is i(iurniitel to frev'iit
hair falliiiK nut after four apdi!atiin. ell-
known cases ol lonK-stiinniliJ iio- '
Iwen siieoessfully treated (as iwr tt irnonisli In
my iios-fusli). It will .nfui a full flowing
rrop of hair on all itv of luJdneos, en to
iu uimt iiroiMtunwil staU. It wUI jinitsut bair
frn tuniiiiK irray. . .
. l'reiarations fnrwanlW V an pans ui w
eon n try.
ONE BOTTLE, Hi or, THREE BOTTLeB, 110.
MM. II. A. MOORE,
10i, MAItKKT MTUEKT,
Ban 'raueiiK, California,
u ..j .II.mutmI In Umv times.
W but It ran l mads In thres
tnmths hr anr "lie f rimer
in any rt lh country who Is
willing W work steailily at ths
teni'toyuM-nt that ws furnish,
wr week in yir own Umn. Ion arxi nn ij
fnMn !.. over ni.ht You can glrs
,,mr wh"l tinw U)tl. work.or only your.lars
uhhwiiU We lave an's who are snalmg
orr f.il l-r ilay. All ho mraif at onoe caa
uke snoney fi-t At the prri;t time mouey
cannot I biaile o riiy and rapidly at any
other liwlne It rie rxithiug W Uy the bue
nv,aaiwl5 Outfit frr. A.Mreesat
once,' 1L llali-Mt k Co., Portland, Main.
HrwU rhsaro to make mnner.
If yoi cul t "U 1,J M
LTtvnlsM ks. We owl a rma
In erery town to Uke rit-crip-atusas
l th lareet, cheapest
aa.1 l-t llliwtraW.1 family p-iWirati. In the
world. Ay can im-moee euawui suw
TU sixot eh-ant wmks of art glwa free to
r.l-ml- Ihe Ificeieao low that slaves)
M l..l euliHTilire. One arnt reports ua-
king tlM In a reek. A lady airent reports
..l:.... lu ten dan. Au
who rrwairt auake uvatj tt Yon ran d u
all your time to tlte xww, r only To-ir spare
Yi-s aer ln.4 he awsy fmcn h.ie nrer
V,- ,1,. it u w-J ae othrn. r uil
.linrti.M. and trnua fie. L'.?n
,.Wr a. lire- - .
I ' . . r ,U lKW.rL N-O.iS
HAVE FOR saIo
at th. LOWEST
Tabl eaud l'.n-ket
W invite an exam
ination of our good,
coutideut that our
prices will suit th.o
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the 1, adiiy,- stylo.
OIL CLOTHS for floor and tal.Is iii.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wo would call H-ei:il attention to cm stock of
Muns' and Hoys' Son Fruorl.-co iloolrf,
Miich ws have sold for a numlicr of j'emn wi'.li
yreat satisfaction. Every iir wnnant. d.
A completi) stock of
HAKDWAUE, PLOWS AND FARMING
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS.
And all rhoius FAMILY GROCERIES at
astonishly low rates.
LIVERPOOL & CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price for all kinds of produce end
Great Reduction I
The New Family Sewing Machine w
nsrenfter be sold at
FIFTY DOLLARS I
And all other styles of (iemiiiia Mutfer Ma
chines at tonally rediioeil prliws.
Thoiii;h these Machines Imvs lwen urrutly
mlmwl in 1'rlee, the QUALITY will ho main
tained at its holiest standard,
OFU'ICK-At Ci-aln Jlro.'s) Muni
. A. DROWN, Ageut
Jun9 2S, 1877.
Jas- Humphrey,, - Proprietor.
LIVEIIV AND FKED STAULR,
Willamette Street, t t Kuguns City.
TEAMS AND BUGGIES AND SADDLE
HOIWia TO HIKE.
Tlomts boanlod liv ths dav. weok or month
liiiou ths most reasonnhls tenna.
r.inM for N.41.C ;
A WELL IMPROVED FARM OF tlirao
liuuilred aud sixty acres. 100 acres under
otilliration; all under fenrs and ths Inipruve
menu in good order, which ws will sell at a
iHirKaln. and on the must rvaaonalil terms.
Situated nre miles south of town, and has a
good outran, for stock. Apply at this ofhee
TIII3 AJ5S0CIATIO?" HAS ON HAND
a laiye aud varied assortment of PltESU
UOOD.S, awl are receiving every month new
supplies suited to this market
(jwods are sold low and
AT ONE TRICE TO ALL I
And PPonrCT TAKEN AT THE HIGH
EST MARKET RATES.
Give us a call before purchasing, as it is no
trouble toshow goods aud give prta. apl
THE COPARTNERSHIP brrlre
eilrtinrf lietween the nn(lerh,iied, under
the name ol Williams 4 Brown, has this day
beta diss ulved by mutual consent, J. 11. W ill-
lam aoue succeeding to the business. All ar-
oo due ths firm are tiayable to J. B. ill
lams, who alone is authorized to collet tho
tame. J- H. WILLIAMS,
Tieferrinz to the atiove. I would respectfully
ask my frientla, aud the pablio generally, t-
contiuiie to favor me with their patroii..'e.
Only the beet brands of wines aud Hii'jon, an 1
tlie Burst cwars wUI be served ry sue. Ail
penous indebted lo the old linn are earnestly
mines ted to call and settle, as the partner!,
acoouuU must be clueed up at unr-e. ,
J. B. W ll.iaM.
Old Furniture Repaired
MADE AS GOOD AN NEW
SIGN PAINTING AND GRAINING
hap Use mill aide of Klaih II.
I'Olt MA LB.
IHAE FOR SALE CHEAP. FOR cash,
two new bnyie and i.ne new carrii'4:e.
Anyone wishinit t porchasaa In wor rivr
ruw cheap will do well to call on S. .Miter.
IXiSKLL'KG ANH SAN JI'AN Li:
V f,aikby T.G. HEM Ut' K.-