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CITY AND COUNTY.
-Got. WhlteetkerU Lecture.
Tbe lecture for the benefit of the Library
'last Friday evening by ei-Governor Whit,
alter was one of the most interesting of the
coaree. The subject, "Vagrant Tboaghu
on Unsettled Questions," waa enough ol iuill
to attract an audience, and the Court House
was well 'filled. Tbe speaker stated that he
ta'd' DOt bad time to write his lecture, and
spoke off hand, which made it all the more
interesting. The speuker opened by show
ing that Nature's law are immutable, illus
trating by citing many examples which are
' familiar to all. lie showed that sotne ob-
jects in nature were governed as to form
,y surrounding circunibtauces these are
tbe minerals generally and that rocks aie
familiar illustration. Hocks presenting a
.regular surface have been ttbraided into thai
.form, and water is the mechanical jigeut, as
is observed on the banks of rivers Saud is
. the abraidiugs of rocks, produced by violeut
. action of water. The sea shore id un illus
tration. Washed rcks und saud beds on
.the tops of mountains aud on the high
plateaus where there is now no water, pi ove
that at some day in the past water did vxhl
.there in sufficient quantities to produce
these effects. Water muy be said to be the
mechanics of nature it is the active ageut
in producing all the chiuiges in the earth's
iform. ' Tbe cold age in connection wilh tbe
lake theory is not satisfactory without an
.accepted cause of the change of tempeiature
no satisfactory explanation has yet been
, giwD. The rational solution is to suppose
:a change io Uie earth's polarity. The
speaker adopted tbe Nebula ('osiuogony
theory of formation and supposes the ruug
. cetic poles to have been identical wi'h the
. geographic poles in the earlier ages -ot tbe
e&rth that thousands of different masses
$ere thrown off from tie sun while but low
found stable orbits, tbe others uniting to
'form the present planets or returning to the
sua. In this early period the earth's equa
tor coincided with tbe sun's equator that
there as a summer bull on cither side of
'4he equator and a winter region surrounding
Csich pole that vast quantities of snow and
lice ToulJ accumulate in these winter re
.gions, materially depleting the summer belt;
'animal and vegetable life uppeared and one
of those bodies which bad been wandering
through space seeking equilibrium, came in
contact with the earth changiug its polarity
about twenty degrees. With the new fe
litive situation ol the earth, the sun's beat
would attack theee fountains of ice iu the
'polar ragions "end sen 1 a food into the equa
torial regious, sweeping every thing before
it and account for ell the pbenomoua, and
without violating nature' laws.
. Discriminating. Tbe Albany Demcerut
if reliably iulormed that the 0. fc C. Hail
road charge 50 cents per hundred fur freight
from Portland to 'Junctiona distance of
115 miles and charge ?1 per hundred from
Portland to Eugene only "15 miles lunher
'than Junction 1 This is a most outrageous
.'discrimination, and calls for wholesome
"Legislative remedy. The Democrat night
by prosecuting its inquiries further End still
more discrimination. The same rate per
ton is charged from Eugene to Portland us
from Roseburg to Portland, about seventy
"five miles further.
To be Disinterred. From the Albany
Democrat we learu that the man who re
cently committed suicide at the depot in
that city is now supposed to have been Mr.
O. M. Mitchell, who It-It his home near Clo-
'Terdale, in this county, several weeks ago in
a demented state of mind. lie whs last
seen about tbe date of tbe suicide, near Tan
tent, since which time no trace of bim can
Da obtained. The body will probably be
'disinterred to determine whether it is bim
We are reliably informed that tbe suicide
was not Mitchell of this county. A resi
dent of this place who is acquainted with
. Mitchell saw the body at Albany, and says
there was no resemblance.
Noticb This. Every person who is in
debted to this office on either subscription
or advertising account is requested to come
forward and settle at once. Proposed im-
provemeots on tbe paper make it necessary
that we collect these debts; we have waited
six years for some of our subscribers to pet
. ashamed of themselves and pay op. but they
have failed to do so, and now we mean busi
ness. Dlix. Business io the Recorder's Coort
"tiaa been decidedly dull for the past three
-months. On Saturday evening an arrest was
made and tbe prisoner deposited fifteen dol-
Ura for bia appearance before tbe Recorder
on Monday. Failing to appear, tbe money
declared forfeited and tbe city was rein
. barsed io that amount.
School Mirri.xu. Ibe annual meeting
for district number 4 will be held at Ibe dis
trict school house in Eugene i City oo Moo
day, April 3d at 1 o'clock, for ibe purpose of
electing or director to terra -lb ree years,
:nd one clerk to aerre one year. -AUo. to
lery a tax to erect louse sulcieclly Urge
a aMrMrmrJata T1 fhal aVKrt!ar in iha J m
rid and if necessary to porcbaie ground oo !
bicb to erect tbe same.
?hat mntk t Ellsworth 'i Ir Stors.
l'l'BMo Mkktinu. All citizen of Kuxene
City who are io favor of maintaining good
order aud sustaining tbe Common Council
in passing tbe lately enacted city laws are
requested to meet at the Court House on
Thursday evening, March 30tb, at 7 o'clock
for the purpose of nominating three coun
oilmen, ona recorder, one treasurer and one
By request of many citizens.
Failork. Mr. John Lemon of Junction
has suspended payment. Mr. Lemon was
proprietor of the extensive warehouse and
elevator at that place, and thero are claims
against him for wheat stored with him to
the amount of about SI 6,000, aud none now
iu the warehouse.
From Nebraska. OnThusday Mr. Joliu
Hendricks and family arrived from Nebras
ka. .Mr. Hendricks is a brother of Mr. J
M. Hendricks. He came out here about
ten years ago and remained in this vallev
ono season, then went to Eastern Oregon
and from there to Nebraska. Ho has come
to stay this time.
Stockiioi.dkrs' MKKriNo. There 'Will be
a meeting of tbe stockholders of the .Eugene
Library Association ou Tuesday, April 11th
at 7 P. v.. in the library room, to elect di
rectors and trausact other necessary busi
School Monry. On the 2(tth inst. the
county stliO'il superintendent distributed to
the districts the sum of S."G7G, being $1 CO
for each scholar reported.
Nkw Stork. Messrs Kitchen & Bosser-
in a 0 have a store at Irving station uud hare
received a large stock of goods.
'Changed. Mr. Applegate bus been ap
pointed route agent on the Oregon and Cul-
iforma'route in place of Arthur llillmun.
Montgomery Otekn. A printed circular
received at this olEco states th.it Montgom
ery Quei n and his great circus and ienug
orio will make a tour of this State during
the approaching summer. The circus com
prises among its list of performers the names
of many noted mule and femule gymnusts
and acrobat9, seven! well-known tra ned
horss, and a large number of skilled per
lormers in other attractive lines. The me
nagerie embraces elephants, lions, bengal ti
gers, hyenas, a giraffe, a zebra, a kangaroo,
etc. Then there are beautiful pluuinged
birds of a hundred different species, procured
from ull qiiartersof the globo. The circus
makes, when marching, procession one
half mile in length, aud will undoubtedly
prove to be one of the greatest attractions
in the first-class show line thut has ever vis
ited the State.
From Bki.ow. Steinueiser returned from
below on Thursday with a new stock of gro
ceries and provisions, San Francisco extra
One candies, oranges, lemons, limes, cocoa
nuts, cabbage, celery, turnips, crecn onious,
etc., etc. The largest and best supply of
gardeu seeds and onion sets in town.
Lost. Between the residence of J. M.
Sloan and his blacksmith shop, a promissory
note for .0. Payment has been slopped
ou the 6ame aud tho finder will coulei u fa
vor by leaving it with Mr. Sloan.
Notice the new udveriist?iiii nt of the Iron
King Windmill, Z. S. McMurray, geut.
Tbe days ere now longer than the nights.
"Buzzing" (or votes 'lor city officers has
Peach trees are in bloom and maples are
ebon? to leave. Tbey will not depait, bow
ever. Tletcher & Brown will not open their
BaliM'ii ulter to dy. Tins louves three aa
luoi.s in town where Bpinluotis liquors ure
We have reived the Gret number of tbe
Oram couniy Express publialied at Canyuu
Lily by II. It. dale. It is one uize larger
than the ilelunct Uuwkeye, has a patent ckin,
and is characteristic ol me (Jale lainily.
Abe I'atterson has placed us under obli
gations for a copy of the Tribune Almanac
and Political ltegister for 1 H70 . It con
tains more political iiiformatiuii than can be
lound in any other wurJt ut Lhe price, which
is 25 cents.
Judge McArthur's donation to tbe library
bas brjfun to arrive in the shapo of lhe Jan
sary. Fetirnary and March iiumbtTS ol tbe
Kectie Macazme. (sevtral new volumes i f
popular wulks Wura aililid last Week, anil
others are exiiected Irom -tjan Francisco.
I'll lee new juvenile niat'iiziues will probably
ai'iive ty next mail Imui lhe Kst.
Those 'Standard Organs told by F). H.
Gray wem to he quite popular the Chris
tian Church being well plemr with theirV,
and the baptist Church at .SpnugQeld but -
lug purchased onu this week. j
iVI .4 UK I ED.
On the 151 innt.. at the Aftor ITo?ie in thia eitT.
by jAmea K. Brown, J. P., Mr. M ilium X.
ton and Mua ilmj A. Kmmenck. All t - iatl
T the t UIiena of Lane Conntjr.
Tbe undersigned have been appointed a
committee to receive donations from tbe cit
izens of this county for the purpose of trans
porting tbe products ol this State to tbe
Centennial Exposition. Five hundred dol
lars is requested from this county as a loan
only. All person who desire lo aid the en
terprise will hand their donation to one ol
ibe committee, by tbe 1 0th day of April,
who will give a receipt for tbe amount and
repiy lo lh party lending when an appro
priation is made by the State.
r GEOROK rTTMPHEET,
T. O. HtVliRlLKS,
J. J. WAl.IOS.Ja.,
O. fl. lAjb.ti.14,
For saddles, harness, whips, or anything
in that line, go to Wm. Preston.
Wr.BBRK, CoTTAGf C It,
pHggA 4 U
tdi and other varietiea ol
Pianos Standard .Organ, and general
musical merchandise 1. B. Gray, at Eila
wortb' Druj Store.
Having disposed ol the St. Charles Hotel
this is to notify all persons having claims
against me to present them to J. J. aiton
Jr., for payment. All persons indebted to
me will Gnd Iheir accounts in his hands for
collection, and tbey must be paid immedi
ately. Cius. Bakkr.
Nothing ii so insidious aa a ooM or a cough, rat
ion doe nut make a swifter progress in the system.
Use promptly tbe irnly aure anti Jute, IUu's Homy
Or UOIUHOt NU AND TaH.
Pike'a Tuot'.iacke Drop cure in one minute.
tf The National Gold Medal as awarded to
Bradley Rulofson for the beet Photographs in the
United States, aud the Vienna Medal for the best
io the world.
429 Montirumerv Street, Sn Francisco.
All my notes and acconnts have been
placed in the hands of Thompson & Fitch
lor collection. Immediate settlement will
save costs. J . V. Uincan.
Florence sewing machines a .vnnetv of
styles and prices, fv sale by D. B. Uruy at
1.-M-..-. Ii..... '
l.HonuilllB AM U CUUrc.
Wm. PresUm has inst received from San
FruucWeo a eompivte stock of good in his
ue, ami horsemen will hud many useful ar
ticle oot heretofore brought here.
II you want a good pair of gloves, bo to
Wm. Preston, aeeucv for the San Jose
Farm for Sai.k A good lann for sale
on eusy terms, within two miles of Ores-
well ; 550 acres of laud, all fenced, eood
house . on the same, and 400 acres can be
cultivated. f you want a bargain call and
see J.J. Walton, Jr.
Buy your wall paper already trimmed at
F. B. Dunn's.
Itelall Produce mid Trovlalon market.
Tim following uro retailers' prices :
FLOUR-ft hhl oo QI4 50.
(H)lt.V MKaL -Ou'snn itrouud, in bulk it.
VVHK.VI-Uest white S5o.
O A TH 37fi.i)i; bushel.
ItUTTHR-Freah rolls, 3TJc.
COFFEE Custa Itica. i9c: Rio. 29: Jara. 3.1.
CMKKSK-Oreiron, 25 c.
CANPLKS-ftboxN OOfgl SO.
EOliS 25 c.
BACO.V-SUes, 12k; Hams. 1210 15c: Shuul.
lers.S (!J lilc.
('IIH KK.VS-t2 50 $3 on per dozen.
FISH Snlinon. choice, hi' bhls. f 7 : soft kits.
"i; tallies, 2,', 8, kits. ti 50 : mackerel. M kit
cortilnh, const, Itic.
SlIliAlt-S. F. It. K'.Jo; lalaud 1015c: cruah-
I, ln; powdered, 20c.
SALT Carman Island i 100 los,$l 75; Ray
i.i, liivcniooi iniirv. ; coarse Liverpool, 11.
i r.i i.iinirt urven ii su jj in: Jujuiu jic.
8VUU1 lleavv tioldcn. I.i 00 Wkcir.
OILS--I)evoe's coul. 75c: l.lnsceil. hoilml. ?
China Nut. J2.
CANNED COODS-Oyster. Mc: Surdines 371:
Viwurted Jellies, li'.'ic; Or-q (;orn,50c; Peaches
50c; Tomatoes. 37io
GEO. S. WALTON.
In Dorris' Brick Building.
Walton 8c Lynch
Have formed a copartnership for the purpose of
carrying on a general
Grocery and Provision
Business, and wil1. keep on band a general as
Tobacco, . Cigars,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Green and Dried Friits,
. .Etc., Etc.
Tbe; propose to io business en a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods delivered williout charge to Buyer
ALL KINDS Or1 PRODUCE WANTED
For A h.kh
WK WIU, PAY HIGHEST M VRKT PRICES
rpltV IT ! TUB TO. HEXDItlCKS BRAND
X of MI A P.
For sale only hr
T. G. HENDRICKS.
rJ iU meriiral powen
over tho Human lUir.
I lna preptiatmn ern li
"Btet Hrurf o 1 Ihta
lrulT, exdlin a henl
tlr mn of the root
of the Hair, therehjr
impnivinir iu irrowth
'n.l Iliitntjr. an.l ii a
lire preventive for
'wllneaii, and ,j ui
'eioent uae inum-m the
Miiir to tu.NOTrie irn for
mer healthtul and bril
liant Hpparanr. Ita
render it indiiiiuhle
t a I-ady 'J oilet.
'lhi prei'trAtjon i
iwred and aoU bf x
Y? ' '.:,.j;':'f
EKGEN'E CITY, OREGON.
Alw keen on banl and tin sale, a flne iMnrfnnt
of rur, atrapa, bnubo, auaviof and toilet napa
Police of Election.
K OTICEH FIEEEB V (ii VEV THAT THE AX
nual eleetioo fur Ot&wrs for Euiren City wdl
be bell at the Court House in said rity on
Monday, April 3d, I87G;
For the pwpose of eleeUnj the following ofEoers,
Polla to be ojTOd at I o'dooa a. . and to djae at '
a o riuca r.
Dona at ay oaV Una lUk day of Marfh, 1STS.
017. J. Bl'VS, Eaeorlar al laftm CStJ.
J. KII LIN3SW0RTH & SON,
STAR B A K ERY,
On Ninth Street,
jEEP constantly on band, fresh
Suuar, Tobscen & Ciirun, Teaches,
Coflee, Canned (Joodi, I'lums,
riyrup, Cheese, Towder,
tiuuu, Starve, Pepper,
tar J inn, Salt, Candies,
Coinniral, fund lea,
Nuts, Lard, Flour,
Bread, fairs, Tirs, fruits and Trgrtauli.
of every description, which they will sell cheap
iiircasn. inaKiui lor (xisiuvor we aollcitacou
O.noda delivered to anv iwt ofthe cltv frea of
oimriie. e are constantly rcceivlnir new woods
a: u will sulioiy our customer Iu regard to pru en,
A share of public ratrnnnire is solicited,
doll A. KKNFKKW, Fmp'r.
SriUNG & SUMMEK TRADE
WP. rtF.Oto inform eur friemla anl the puklie
that we have juat nsived duoct fruut tc
rranciacoaud the Eaatern nmrkcla
. AN IMMENSE STOCK
HATS AND CAPS, .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by our Mr. S. Rosinolitt, whkb. we
Parties will find it to their (Wantage to call
and exiiinire our stock and prices before purchas
Highest price pnid for ull bnds of Froduce
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
HARDWARE, IRON anil STEEL;
Hubs, Spokes, liims,
Oak, Ash and Hickory Flank.
NOIITIIIII P A; TIIOJUl'SON,
PUMTLAND, . - OREOOX.
i;tl (.UMCKIL, ,1IKIC II AMIMC Oo
Watches, Clocks ami Jewelrj
M TJ S I C ,
SEWING MACULV ES
THANKING THE PUBLIC for their past liber
al patronage, we now invite them to tall on us
at our new room in Underwood k Co 'h new brick
block, where may he lound a full nioiortiueut of
poods in the above line.
WuttlieH, Cloi kn and Jewelry repaired In ths be t
workmanlike tuiuiuur and Warranted.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Orego?,
osnuitrv & co'is
NEW DRUG STOKE, Willamette street, ncz
to liristow i, Co.
PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Brandies. 'Wines and Liquor?
OF ALL KINDS.
Io fact, we have the bent assortment t
articles found In a
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3T0RE.
We warrant all of our drugs, for they are al
D8'.r ana iruc.i.
Particu.ar attention la called to our atockof
"Perfumery at.Lf Toilet Articles.
A i we have bought
OURGOOVS FOR CASn
We enn compete w Ih any evtahlishment
Eugene City In prii -'accoinmodation.
'liny j our goods wi ou cau
get the beai and che est.
Pmtriitkni larefuy Filled
At ail hours of the day or night.
osuuux & c.
Octo)er d. Mi. mt.
by M. EYRK, Jr.,
Broil j Tark' Ti, veirhinir 9 m earh. Emden
tree, weiirliin? trom 40 to &0 lba. ir pair.
Braiiiiuwi, l:liiinu, Iihiiim, eto. Pe
kin iJiirkA.iiveratriiitr If to 20
lla , an1 lt of all
lutka im Layers.
Also A One unirtment . ef Pureona. RahUit.
Guioea Fowls and I'enets.
Anjr variety of fowls denired imported.
EGOH, true tojiame. fresh aud well packed., for
sale at Klerstc prices.
nesd I it Illustrated Circular, an 1 Prise List, to
M. EYKE, Napa, Cul.
f r, , . iM . u- v M H-l.k
opi-m-m pr ! thePfitLlKir ifl.I.tllX, so
illustrmted u rave monthly, the reousrnie.1 autMH-i-tf
M iwrtiltry Dialtera in tls U. 8.; antl derelnliy tlie
test Poaltry Juutnai puUuhsd. bubscriptiott only
Plraae state where Too aaw this advertisement.
rdersmay slo U let! at this nrn.w.
, ACRKILTIHIL mPLK.nfc.tTS o
. all kinds at inside Inn. of
T. O. HES Drill &).
a H. FRIENDLY, , .
lUSJl'S j (11 FOB THE Srrtl.Wt AND BUMMER TRADE .
The Largest Stock of Goods
EVER DROCGUT TO EU0EXE.
,OUR STOCK OP , ,
has been largely increased and we can show a?
Handsome a line ot ready made goods la
MEN' S AND MOY8
Iiiisiiiess and Dress Suits,
Aa can be found in the county, and as prices that
cannot ma to sutisiy.
Is well filled with a aplenjid asaorl e
leading styles and fashionable alia it
American Dress Goods.
riuid. Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Bleached & Utililcaelied Cotton Flan
nels. Ladies' and Gents' Undorwoar,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson & Church
(l(fCV HKAI.KU8 IV
Ssy f km v.ivjt ii k I v v ii t n
Host Selected Slock in
Try the Magic E fects of "
mm PURE BORAX SOAP
It WAohes without rolil lllltf. Tf Ll fSiTnt visual rtctti.
piwii y ot the coml iiiation of llmitx anj Ainuiunis.
Miiiiin iteiiuielyiliawawax with hard hibor. Kor
u uMivioif uniiw, mint, lur, no., it eanmit lieaur
passed, tlm il for the Inith room. A triiil will eon
viikv niiy Dio. oi lis suiwrlor mnritH. Ah. v.,,, .-.w
rorforit. M'liiiifiictured hv J. FALKIXUURUII
k! . u f . '
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
dfoundii! In the year 1894, with a Capital
Stuck or $100,(10(1, on g Gold Coin Basis, and In
corporated under the Irwi of the State of Oregon
P. Washriiuam, President.
V.. QiJAriiKNRi'Kii, Vice President.
1). W. Wakkkiki.d, Secretary.
W. S. I, Aim, TreBHiirer.
W. II. Ekkinhkr, Attorney.
If. P. Moiisk, Manager.
In the Life Insurance syntem of this company
there are live sros or clashes each class conttins
ten diScrcnt divisions, numbered 1 to 10.
Each division la limited to 1,000 members.
Each division Is separate and distinct each (rem
If a person take out one policy, then they pay
and receive in Division No. I, and no other. If a
person take out two policies, then they pay and
receive In Divisions No. 1 and Ho.1, and no oth
er, and so on up to ten. and when the policy hold-
r dies, his lainily or estate will receive one dollar
In U.S. (told win for every living member for each
division be holds a policy iu.
A Ages between 1 A I annual premium, .fl 00
12 A 30
21) A V,
3 1 A AO
60 A tiS
Or VH mnjr be pnid at anyone time, on any
lile policy, and no further Annual Premium will
I required, nor any luilher payment, except for
Death Assessments in that special division aa tbey
M. P, BURNHAM,
Special Agent'6r Linn, BjLton acd
LIFE OF TRADE !
. SLOAN BROTHERS
Wil l. DO WORK CHEAPER than any othar
shop in town.
HORSES SHOD FOR $1'50,
AViili new material, all round. Resetting oi l shoso
75 flits. , . . . ,
All warranted lo give aallalaetlon.
Shop on Eighth St., opposite Hum
A FLORENCE -SEWING
AI'PI.Y AT THE OUAIll) DKFICE.
Win. Kenshaw, Proprietor.
VEAL, CIUCSGM, ..
C ALLISON & OSBURN
BE OKfEKISG TO THE PUBLIC,
Sugars, Tea, Coffee, Canned Good,
Tohacco t Cigarn, Glass it Queens
ware, Wood ami Willowware,
BREAD. CAKES A.VD PIES.
And in fact ereryihinf usuall kept in a first rlaas
(irocery More or Bikery at BSUltOCK HI1ICM
for ! or ready pay. fjatiifaction fruaranteed.
Goods dclirared to anv Dart of the citr fret of
. . All Colon.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS & CAPS,
In ths leading Stylet.
Oil, CLOTHS, fori K Wo rand Table use.
BOOTS & SHOES.
We would call special attention to our stock'
Mens' and lloyg' San Francisco Boot,
Which we have fold for a number of yeart
with great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of 1 .
Plows and Farminq Utensils.
CHOICE TEA8. CANNED GOODS,
and all choice
at artonUhlngly low rates.
MVKnrOOI, AND CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
iligheat price for all kinds of produce and
: TAVB KOU HALS
II AT TUB LOWEST
. Olasa, '
mv i m
Tuhlei Pocket Cutlery
We Invite an examl.
nation of our goods
i confident our price
will suit the times.
OREGON STONE WARE for
mleuy T.ti. HKNDlilOKS. '
TEiijns or si iJscnii'TiuN
Frank Leslie's IllVt Publications
Piank Leslie's lll's't Newspaper,
Prank Leslie's (Milmnev Corner.
Weekly, It Od
r'ra k Leslie's llluxtrirte Zeitung,
The Day's Doings
Prank Uslie.'a Liidy's Journal,
i lie i oiiiik American
Kranki.elie's Hoys' and Girls' Weekly, J 6t
Pnmk Leslie's IMpiilar-Mmrthly, 1 0
Prank Leslie's Lady's Mueazliie, Monthly, 3 59
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Address, AGENCY DEPARTMENT, Prank
l-eslie'a Piihliahiug House, 637 Pearl 8 tree t, New
F. K I) U.NN,
HAVINO BOUGHT TnE INTEREST OF
MrBcntt In the old Arm la now running the
unities a'one at I he old stand .. where be will km
pi ised to sue all Is old customers n ,4
H vihk run tin old stock down verv lowmv
stock now ue I v entire! t
NEW AND COMFLEIE
i Composed In part of nearly
EVKimilJNU CALLKD FOR,
And I oiake a speclaltyln
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL1
I w'sh to make no rrand flourish, hnt 6a a
that Earners can come, nearer, getting all they
may want at my store than .at avy other estab-'
llshment. I am also axent fr UaWLEY. DODO
& CO., of Portland, for all
ALSO, FOR PRINCE 4 CO-'8
ORGANS AND JIELODEONS
flsTlng hid ilxteea yeart experlen In brud
less here I think 1 kaow the wanU o," ueoo'e
'ive roe a call.
F. B. DUNN.
Q H Ot t H I ES-I sluul keep on a full of
GROCERIES &, PROVISION
and invite the attention of Hooseke-pers!
WA(;o.ST. (i. HENDR1CK3 IS AGENT
lor th i celebrated
Stndebaker South Bend Wagon
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that the trader'
aiirned waa dulv auonuitril rfmlnuir.iu , t '
the estate of Eiiaa HIielle.MMisyl K. u,.
Court of Une county. i Ireg.-n. X petxoaa1iolo
mg claims against said estate are requested U
present tbe saaie to las nndrlnt .thu
dence in said county, within u months from Dm
daaekereol. ROBERT CAI.Msnv
J. J. WitTO, Atty. Admlniatrator,
Engtne. Peb. 1 iw '
V. 8. Lamb Orrici. 1
Rosearao. Oi.. M.n-h llih lSTa'f -'
pOMPLilNT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT'
J this Office by M. N. KUM.. airainat Jam..
Ottersnn for abandoning bis MomeHtead Entry
no. Jiuj.oated Aug. 1873, upon tbe N. E.
i. Section M, Township 20, . Range 6 W. is
Lane county. Oregon, with it iew to tbe ranceU
lalion of said entry : the said nutiee are hareb
summoned to appear at this Uffiee oa the I2d day '
of April, 1876. at 1 o'clock t. sr., to ropoad and-
luriiisn testimony conceruiLg said alleged abani-ocmenL
. C. FL'LLEBTON, Keceiver.