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CITY AND COUNTY,
.', About a Slndat Law. A correspond-
nt of the Ortgonian volunteers the 'infor
mation' that "all the saloons" in '"Eugene
- "sell liquors via the bick . door on Sundays
the same as oo other dajs." He says "more
i Jiquora ia drunk oo Sundays now than before
the passage of the law." He is sure of this
thins; for be says "I know whereof I speak."
We think this correspondent is mistaken.
We don't mind admitting that we-do Dot
know whereof we speak when we express an
oninioo that his statement is false, but we
do kooV that every man engaged to the sa
loon business in Eogene is a law 'abiding
man, and since this Sunday law went Into
effect we have never seen nor heard of any
person being drunk on the streets on San-
' day, until to day, although we had both seen
and beard of such cases prior to that time.
If "M. L. U." knows whereof he speaks it ib
his duty as a citizen to report the men who
violate the law to the City Marshal. But
) he has not stated facts, and has no facts to
.' Adtovatio Min.; Cariuaob. We saw
one day this week in operation at Abrams
Bro.'s planing mill an automatic saw mill
'carriage which will be of inestimable 'Talue
toowoere of saw mills. This arrangement does
' away entirely with the labor of one or two
'' meu's work. It is calculated to saw cants
which have been first cut in the ordinary
way. Then a cant say 12 inches thick, no
.matter bow wide, is put on the carriage, and
1 It may be set to cut it into boards "of any
width, from t of an inch'up,' without any
attention other than removing the bourds as
they come from the saw. The machine is
"the invention ofV. II. Abrams. It will
' shortly be placed in the saw mill, and when
fairly running we shall give a more explicit
description ol it.
. Citizen' Meeting.
At the meeting called by the citizens for
-the purpose of nominating city officers on
Thursday evening, March 30tb, 18TG. J. II
j'D, Henderson was chosen Chairman and J.
J. Walton, Jr. Secretary.
i: On motion the following resolution was
'adopted : .
, Resolved, That we are in favor of main
taining tho lute law enacted by the Common
Council, and that we hereby pledge ourselves
to support tho same.
,.. The following nominations were made :
for Councilmen, Capt. X. L. Packard, R.
0. Callison and J. G. Gray ; Reorder, G.
S. Walton ; Marshal, M. D. Harris ; Treas
urer, Mark Stevens.
, Should k Attrxded. The school meet
ing at the district buooI house in this place
'"noit Monday ought to be attended by every
toter in the district. It is proposed to levy
a tax to' build a school house, and the prop
osition is warmly advocated by some and
"strongly opposed by others. If the ? oters
'turn out as they should and express their
sentiments on the question, the minority
'will probably accept the result without com
plaint, while the action of a slimly attended
meeting might be a cause of much dissatis
faction. The meeting takes .place at 1
o'clock. , '. j-
, Junctiom Cut School. J. C. Bolan,
;teacher of the Junction' City publio school
furnishes the;following report for the school
year ending April 3d : No.'pupila unrolled,
-34; average attendance, '91. Roll of Honor
Lucy J. Bfcshoell, 'Helen V. 'Cuahndl,
Amelia Houston, Ftt'e Kreuta.'Jane Moore,
Grant Test, Grant Cutrmins, Lufa 'Lemons,
James Lemooe, Eva Washburne, May Test,
-John Bundy. '
. :r "
Quarterly Mhktino. The Quarterly
Meeting of the Methodist jCburcb will com
mence at the church in this pluce to-day
and continue over to morrow. At Monroe
4)0 the 8th, and Oth ; at Springfield (Fall
Creek) on the 15th and ICth, and at Cres
well oo the 22d and 23d.
Vivian. The Tlvian-Kohler Troupe
gave two entertainments this week to tol
erably fair sized audiences. ' Of the inimit
able Vivian we need say nothing more than
that he was himself. Mr. Kohler is a mini
Cal genius and the Uospe deserves a good
BBctivaD.--The second n'miber of Vick's
Floral Guide for 1876 is upon our tabfo. It
1s always welcome, and coots; us much valu
able Information for every' florist. Only 25
cents a year published quarterly. Bend to
Jos. Vick, Rochester, M . Y.
; Niw Side Tack.A new side track has
been put in opposite Sprinj5eld for the con
venience of the Springfield Mill Co. They
are preparing to ship a larR Quantity of
lumber this spring.
Elections. Besides the city and school
lections ceit Monday, the Sre company
elect officers for tie ensuing year. Electioc
a the court bouse io the evening.
. RrKOVlD R. J. 'j'ratam. merchant tai
lor, baa removed to the room formerly occu
pied by O. M. Cooper, I rat doer south of
. Peters'.. , . , .',
Agency for iVesbek, Comet 'Ue,
BtaVAJf k IItde aod other varieties of
Piano Standard Orpac. and greoeral
musical mercBiodise li. H. Gray, at Lll
School Superintendent's Report. From
the annual report of Superintendent Callison
to the State Superintendent of Publio In
struction for the year euding March 31st,
1876, we take the following statitlics :
Whole number school districts in county,
65; number reporting, 65; number of persons
between 4 and 20 yeurs of age, 3,784; num
ber of pupils enrolled, 2,047; average daily
attendance, 1,408; number or teachers era
ployed, 82; number of applicants for tecah
era certificate, 65; number ot pupils enrolled
in private schools. 360; number not attend
ing any scbool, 984; number of teachers em
ployed In private schools, 9 ; nftmber of pri
vate schools, C; number of school bouses
biult'.during the year, 6; number in thecouo-tv.-Gl;
estimated value of same 58.544 80,
estimated valuel scbool furniture. 8978 10;
average salary per'month paid male teachers,
3 10 '63; average of female teachers, 831 43;
' FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
Amt'of funds Id bands of dial, clerks
March 1.1875..; 11,150 01
Am't raised by district tax 6,034 18
A m't apportioned to school dials, from
comity fund 7,152 09
A m't of county county apportionment
ol the State school fuud for March
and September..-. ... ' 2,307 53
Am't raited by rate bills ... 2,4'.a U
Am't raised from all other sources 177 20
Total ......tldjil 12
Am t paid for teachers wages during
year ending March 1. 1870 $12,600 37
Ain't paid for rent of school rooms and
for repairs on school bouses.... ... 749 93
Am't paid for fuel and other necessary
in Identals .' 071 12
Am't paid for school house honro aitei
aud for building school houses 3,366 69
Total am't paid out for school pur
poses $17,484 10
Amount of school funds In the hand of
- district cerka, March 1, 1670 $1,843 02
Am't of uoapportioned funds in hands
of county treasurer 5,676 00
Not Settled. From the subjoined item
taken from the Albany Democrat ot Thurs
day, it would appear that there are still
fears that the late suicide at Albany really
was O. II. Mitchell of this county, though
it will be seen that (he chances are against
settling the matter' 'definitely wrthout con
siderable delay :
Mr. J;"S. Fulccr, the son-in-law of O. II.
Mitchell, arrived in the city yeBterduy for
the purpose of finding out if possible whether
or not ibe person who committed, suicide on
the 4tD of .March at the depot, was U. H.
Mitchell, his father-in-law.. Mrk F.'suw a
number of persons who saw the deceased on
the date ot bis death, but got .bo 'many dif
ferent, aud conflicting descriptions .of the
person, that he obtained permission tojopeu
the grave and if possible determine the ques
tion as. to the identity of the uofoeluoate
man. Yesterday afternoon Mr. Falger, in
company with Mr.OT. Smith, ot Tangent,
and Messrs. Richard Fox and Ueury f. J. ill,
of this city, proceeded To the cemetery and
opeued the grave.. They found a. colli n
nicely trimmed, with - a snow white pillow,
but no heud n stiiix uuon it.-;'The casket
containod no mortul remains bet two gunny
sacks filled with sand. ..Mr. Faluereajs that
the grave has upparently never- been opened,
and that the cotlin never has held a corpse.
He leels certain that the 'unfortunate man
was bis father-in-law, and the'only Ibin that
can couviuce him otherwise, wouiu oe tne
appearance of Mr. Mitchell alive ; aod be
requests us to ask any person kuowin of O.
U. Mitchell being alive, tnai tuey win im
mediately notify him at Philomath, Denton
Now in regard to this suicide: Yesterduy
in an interview with the "wife and daughter
of 0. II. Mitchell we were shown a letter
Irom V. I3. Rice of Albany wbo was pres
ent at the inquest; from this letter Mrs.
Mitchell is fully satisfied that it wus not her
husbaud. The suicide is described explicit
ly. None of the clothing corresponds to
that worn by Mitchell when he left borne.
The suicido was a man about forty-five, or
not to exceed fifty years old ; Mr. Mitchell
is sixty years of age, and is not so well pre
served that anyone wonld underestimate bis
ago. The suicide was not bald-beaded ;
Mitchell is. As stated, all of Mr. Mitchells
family io this place are satisfied that tbe
bags of sand found in the grave represent
the remains of some one else than 0. II.
From the Albany Democrat.
Several years ago 1 was well acquainted
with 0. 11 Mitchell aud J. S. Felgur, theo
living in Kugene City. Isaw Mr. Mitchell
in Albany about two mouths ago. I also
saw the body of the person who committed
suicide on the 4th ol March at tbe depot,
and know that it was not the ' body of Mr.
Mitchell. J. li. uiluebt.
J auction Ctty Hem.
Jpnctios City, March 28th, 1876.
The amount of wheat shipped annually
from this place is about 2D0.O0O bushels.
Tbe failure ol Mr. Lemon, proprietor cf
the lurge warehouse With steam elevaters.
created t'nito a little panic among the farm
era wbo bad stored grain with him, bat I
believe the gen:al opinion now is that the
loss is not so great as at first supposed.
Business in this IcJili'y is dull'S3 is usu
ally tbe case ut this season of the year.. Pol
itics seem to be at a very low tlb, there be
iuir but very little said I V either party aod
no aspirants fur riflices button-holing the lo
cal politicians. However, it is early vet and
tbe campaign mav vet be a liveJy one. But
be that as it may, be assured that this pre
cinct will do tbe bandome thing at tbe polls.
We bave been grtdually building and fenc
ing until tbis place has something of the ap
pearance of a town, and a stranger woul I
not guess tbe age of the town to be less tbin
twice, fuur years. Four years ago last Sep
tember toe first improvement was com
tnenced, and we now bave a population of
near, five Hundred and a Capital of about
SiiO.OOO. V, e have one cbercb, one school
bouse, three dry good stores, two drug
stores, two variety stores, two hardware
stores, a planing mill and lumber yard
lurnitore store aod a Bomber of other shops
etc., wbicb go to make op a town.
. ' B
Notice to the P. of It.
There will bi a meeting of Lne Connty
Council at Eugene City on Tuesday, April
1 1 th. at 1 0 o dock a. A general attend
ance of the represent lives of all the Urao
res in tbe county is desired, as business of
the utmost importance to tbe order, will be
considered. AH fourth degree members art
i cordially invited to attend. ' .
I Jon Kiixr, Preeideat.
City loctlon,next Mopday.
Garden making 1s now In order.
lien Simpson left Washington last Tuos
day. I. 'W.'-Kanoff and family have returned
from the East. ,
An extra train loaded with ' wheat from
Roscburg went below on Tuesduy.
Dr. Alvewon has opened a druo; store on
Willamette street near the corner ol Seventh.
Tha city election next Monday promises
to be one of the most interesting for years.
An offjeer'from Wyoming has taken tbe
man Ritter who was arrested here, back to
Quite a number of German emigrants
came to this place last Monday. They are
looking for lands to purchase.
Johnny Cray is a candidate for City
Treasurer. Johnny is a cood boy and if
elected will we doubt not servo the city with
S. J. Saxon n running tbe saloon relin
quished by Hrown & Fletcher last Saturday,
with Dun Lemon, "Innocents Abroad," as
' According to the reports of the school
clerks there are 1,847 voters in Lane county.
According to the Assessor's report last year
there were 1,777.
The eclipse last Saturday was not alto
gether a success io this locality. It rained
some, and the boy did not do a good job
smoking the glass.
Preaching this evening at 7. o'clock by
Prof. Powell of Salem, also Sunday morning
and evening at the usual boars. All are
cordially invited to attend.
' Senator Hippie has introduced a bill to
provide for the surveying of the Mcblenzie
river. Only the Lord and this Senator know
why it should be surveyed.
The leap year party on Friday evening 'of
last week was not very well attended, fifteen
couples onlv beimj. present. The gills seem
tri'he a1 little ' she'rt" of'funds.
a Mr. Sam SykP8,'who has benn keeping ;
saloon here since last June, has gone to
Corvallis to engage in the manufacture of
beer and English ale and porter; if satisfac
tory arrangements can be made.
The Chicago Post says that women have
pore mental work to perform than' men.
Yes ; we olten think as we see women mak
ing tidies, rag-carpets, or trying ha and
epira, that it must wear fearfully oo her men
The Corvallis Gazelle says : Rev. E.'A.
Judkins hao given up his work as pastor of
fhe M.'R.'Chnrth for Corvallis charge, and
returned to his homo in Eugene City. Iua
bility of the church, in consequence of the
tumoral of several members, to'ive him
sufficient support, was the cause.. .
The Albany Dcmocra'. is responsible for
this r The Chinaman that bosses the culi
nary tlennriment of tbe St, Charles Hotel,
went to" F.ngeno City last week and bnnght
a wife, for which he paid $150. Tbe mar
riage and reception of the happy couple in
this city were way-up. The almond-eye
beauty received the congratulations of the
Celestial nooulation of Albany. As she is
3 lie only lemale of the Chinese persuasion
iq tle city, she beads the laenions and ot
course, is the toast. Thus we glide.
I hereby notify the publio that I hflve this
day associated with me-in my business II.
V. stratton.. The business will bo continued
hereafter under the firm name of Dunn &
Stratton. Thanking my old friends and
customers for their patronage, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of tbe same for the new
hrra. Mr books will close with the 31st
day of March, 1 havea lurge amount stand
m out and as a matter ol convenience io
me and you, I would request that you call
as soon as convenient ana settle toe same
either by payment or note.-
April 1st, 1876.
Bcttkr. Steinhoiaer received yesterday a
lot of (resli California "Gilt-edged" Butter
New Goods S. H. Friendly returned
from below with new goods yesterday. Par
ticulars next week.
Peters & Co. aro receiving new
To the Citizens of Lane County.
The undersigned have been appointed a
committee to receive donations from tho civ
izens of this county for the purpose of trans
porting the products of this State to tbe
Centennial Exnosition. Five hundred dol
lars is requested from this county as a loan
only. All persons who desire to aid the en
terprise will band their donation to one of
Ibe committee, by tne lutn uay oi April,
who will give a receipt far tne amount ana
repay to th party lending when 'an appro
priation is made by the State.
T. (i. HEVDHICK8,
J. J. WAl.TOV, Ja.,
0. B. UOEUIH,
'HI SI. ESS NOTICES.
' Settlement franled.
'Having disposer! of tfce St. Chsrleillotel
this is to notify all persons having claims
against me to present Ibefn to J. J. Walton
Jr., for payment. All persons indebted to
me will End their accounts In bis bands for
collection, and they must' be raid immedi
ately. Cius. Baksb.
Florence sewing machines a Tariety
styles and prices, for sale tj D. B. Gray
Win. -Preston has just received from San
Francisco a complete stock of good io bis
line, and horsemen will nbd many aselul ar
tides not heretofore brongnt here.
If yoo want a good pair of glovss, go to
Wm. Preston, a(rtc;y for tha Saa Jose!
glove mapafactor. , , . , ,
Fas row Sat. A good faiti for sale
oo easy terms, within two milfa of Cres
well: 550 acres of laod. aJi ' fenced., irood
nooae on the same, and 40U acres cao m
. . . .
cultivated. If joa want a bargain uJ and
tea J.J. Walton, Jr.
Bay yocr wall paper already tnmtteJ at
k B. Di vv s.
J. KILLINGS WORTH & EON,
On Ninth Street,
TEEP Kmxtantly on hand, fresh
Sugar. .-Tobacco 4 CI frara, ., reaches,
Coffee, Canned Uoodt, ' l'lums,
Byrup, Cheese, Towder,
"Boap, Starch, Tefl'!
8ardlnea, Bait, Candies,
Commtal, ' Candles,
Nuts, Lard. ' Hour,
Bread, Cakes, jHe's, Fruits :and Vegetables.
of fTery'dencripttun, which they will tell cheap
for cash. Thakful for past favors we solicit aeon
tlonauct of the same.
Gdods delivered to anypart of the city free of
charge.. We are conatanriy receiving: new Goods
atd will satiify our customer! lu regard to prices.
A ihare of public patronage Is solicited. .
dell A. UEXKUEW, Prop'r.
, FOK THE
SPKING A SUMMEH TRADE !
WE HEO to inform ur frien.lt and tin public
that w have juit recoiTwl direct from baa
Frtncitcoantl tlx Kaatarn rnaikeU
AN IMMENSE STOCK
mvTS And CArs,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Glooks, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by on: Mr. 8. RossNutaTT,' which We
PurtlM will find It to (hetr "advantage to'call
and examtre our stock and prices before purchas
Highest prico paid for all k.nds of Produce.
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
HARDWARE, IRON and STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes, Kims,
Oak, Ash and Hickory Plank.
NOHTllltl'P 4: TIIOIrHSO!V
POltTLAND, - OnEQON.
on bENEittL .nr.uCHANDisi: uo
Watches, Clocks and Jewelrj
AND ' '
fTIHANKING TtlE PUBLIC for their past liber
1 al patronage, we now Invite them to call on n
tour new room In Underwood A Co. 'a new brick
bloi'k, where may be'found a Kill ( assortment of
goods In the above line. ' '
WatcUes, uiotue ana jcweiry rermircu in iub us
workmanlike manner auu warranted.
J.. .? . ,
Willamstto St., Sugono City, Orego? ,
... CliAIN BROS.
EW PHUO 8TOUE, Willamette street, nex
to Driatow 4 to.
PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Brandies. Wines and Liquorr
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we
hav the beat assortment
articles found In a
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3T0RE.
warrant all of onr drugs, for they areal
new and freah.
Partlcu.ar attention Is called to onr stock or
Perfumery ahvJ Toilet Articles.
As we bave bought
OUR (JOOPS FOR CASH
We can compete w'tb any eatablinhment
Eugene City in pric accommodation.
Buy your goods wj. ou can
get tbe beat and cheient.
Trcscrifticni tarefuy Filltd
At all hours of the day or night.
October d. 869. 'iOtf.
by M. EVRE,
NAPA, CuUfbrnia. ,
Broni Tnrkrye. Wibta(r 40 lh. ai-h. TJndell
UMae, iroiKliiajr iruis 40 to M lba. yrr pair.
rahmae, Lf burne, liinwt, et'-. Pa
kill Iuck.aTenunnr IS to 20
lba., and bret of all
lncki a. Layer.
Alec A So. aavwtment of Pigeona, Babbita,
tiaioat, Fuwle and I'ami
Xuf vukty of fowl deairad imparted.
KOOS, true to same, freah ltd well packed, for
ele at mvleraU pricsa.
Bend (or Illaatrated Cirrnlar, and Trim TJat, to
M. EYRE, Napa, Cal.
Ob neerpt ot 10 sent, ia wtamna T will fnrnUh
- - - . I h WirT.l KY fcl'T.l.lrrlV. aa
.iT..-.i -.,-,v.i. th. t.aJ .ntbnri-
tr in Don
tT ia owiltnr mattera ia a. U. awl dw5eilljr tb
),t pitrr Jixtmaj pubauied. ttaMchptiua only
P1m iUU hm yo this adrertiMneat.
Wm may eleo h lft t tfcw oft.
AtRlrl LTI RL
all ktada at laeyl tf"
1(11 FOR THE
Largest Stock of G-oodo
OUR STOCK, OP li
bai been largely Increased and v.-e can ihow a
baudxoiue a line o( ready made goods In
Business m Drcss ISuHs,
At can be found In the county, and a prlcca that
cannot fail to Butjsfy. j
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
dwell filled with a aiilendld aafort a '. all the
leading styles and fashionable tha ti 'goods.
American 'Dress Goods. :
ria id, Plain and Opera Klannols of all colors.
Bleaeiteil &, Unlleitcheil Cotton Fltiiv
Ladies' and Gonts' Underwear,
S1IAWLS ami SCAllFS;
CALLISON & OSBURN
RE OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC,
Sugars, Teas, CoflVc, Canned Goodfl,
Tol).icco & Cirars, Class A Queens-
ware, ood and Willowwnre,
DREAD, CAKES AND PIES,
And in fact everything utuiallv kept in a llrxt oUm
(Iwery atore or ILikcry at HKDIiOCK PRICES
for cash or ready piy. HutiHfactinn Kuamntccd.
(iooda delivered to any part of the city free of
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
OF PORTLAND, ORKGOX.
Wai'firsjJd in the ymir 1801, with a Capital
Stock of 1100,00(1, on a Gold Coin llaalu, and in
corporated under the lrwi of tbe State of Oregon
V. Wasrkm4N, PrMldent.
R. Qi'Ai RKNai'su, Vice President.
I). W. Waksf-ikld, Secretary.
W. S. Ldu, Treasurer.
W. II. En'iwiKK, Attorney.
M. P. MoR.sg, MartdRtir.
1u tho Life InnuriTnce rystcm' of this company
there are live age or claancs each clans coutV.ni
ten different divisions, numbered 1 to 10."
Eacb'.dlvlblrn 1 limited to 1 ,000 members.'
Each division li separate and dixtlnct each from
If a person tako out one policy, then they pay
and receive In Divialon No. 1, and no other. If a
person take out two policies, ' then they pay and
receive In Dlviiionn No. 1 and No. J, and nooth
er, and no on up to ten. and when the policy hold
tr diet, hU lamily or extate will receive one dollar
in U.S. gold ooln for every living member for eaun
division ue noma a policy in.
LIFE POLICIES, ,
A Age between 1 A 12 anfaunl premium, .f. 00
B- " " 1220 " " ..6 0(1
C- ' '20&35 '' " ..6 00
D " ' 3S A 80 u " .. 6 00
E - - fiOAdi " " .. 600
Or (25 mny be pnid st anyone time, on any
Ills policy, and no further Annual Premium will
he required, nftr any fui ther payment, except for
Death Aiw iwrienU In that special division aa they
Special Agent fur Linn, Benton and
OHtf HIBt undJKTkl PTUkl It HABITS imed-
Uy cored: painlcw. no publicity. l h-ymemd without
inconvenience. An unidoU lh cnttsmi in menu.
Send lump, for particulan. PR, CARLTON, iSj
Washugtoa Street, Chicago. IiL
a a m m nibble on U.a mjritenee
fllliniT eflh.a.uaJn.lein, IU abuM,
IfllllllS" liWfrle to the
U U 1 1 Um Mienee of tevn lenumj bdv U
betnur bepr In UM merried rtxm. ftiuc end IMBele,
yminf eiitf midille ihouia rrd ard pnerve Hi H
untetu. infnniielMa, which iwione een edon) Io be with
outf oo how to pi.iervw thw h.lth. end complex km, erwl
(into Sulwl eheeU the tnwidiewi of vqalhi the U-ot e,4
only true Marti. Ouxle la the wor:4. I',.
onlv Ins lUirleWttGuitl la Urf wo.
r MttL Tltw fttnhor ma p mm uaJ (vnonallv or brj
tM tifintli ff'i4
kiwnr m Cvurj.htp; Sf.r
ot tA.enwal nent. I'll-
tb(r asarhtrt and fvr. Trrwtt on til triwt hit-. fuJr
rxplaitBinff thenraiusM, tympUttm and rmt u r
la lit unit rut 'if ritiic Work sf thr rtv1 rvrr pil
axl, enMsiIiM n-ry nd m twtnpirf tn rr n
r-asj in. .. A. ffv li A w A p fill ! 'WM sT iHu aaUw.
MOVTH -Ariiti vmU4 9Trr.
irc. lttjtiir-aB hormld ind flnt
Oktiki A Cl., BU sUuJ,Mijv
Wm. Kensliaw, Ircprietor.
TrEFTS COSSTAXTLY OSvi
' j HAND 4
TEAL, CHICK FAS,
hf Robinson & Church,
gBrjJ SllELF&HEAYY HAUDWAREYg:
TI HAVK TUB ' rXl
AND BUMMER TRADE
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS &, CAPS,
la tbe leading Styles.
( Oil. CLOTHS, for Floor and Table an.
BOOTS '& . SHOES.
Would calfapecial attention to our stock
Mons' and Boys' San Francisco BooU, .
ThM We-have rold for a nnmber of years
with great latlsfactiou. Every pair Warranted.
., . ,A complete stock of
Plows and Farming Utsnsils.
CnOICETEAS. ; CANNED GOODS,
and all choice
; FAMILY GUOCEUIES
' ' 't tdnlhing!y lowratea. '
LIVERPOOL AND CARMfiN' ISLAND SALT.
UigheBt price for all kinds of produce aod
ITAVK VOH 8AI.B5
HAT TUB LOWEST
Inn, Stoel, '
Ah'.U. . ,
,, '. i-Glaas, iv
, ' . Putty,
Tahli 4 focket Cutlery
. 'Ammunition jj.
, . : .. Iroplf mens
FiahinK' Tackle, .
, We InW-lte an nft
nation of our goods
oo ltlJent onr prices
will suit the tlineair
OREGON STONE WARE for
tale by T.(l. UE.NDU1CK3.
TtltMS OF Sl BSCRll'TlON
Frank Leslie's II! Vt Publications
POSTACE PAID. '
Fiank Lealle's III Vt Newspaper, Weekly, tl 00
Frank Ilie'a Chimney Corner, " 4 00
Krai k Keatie'a IllUatrirtt Zoitong, i 04
The Day's Doiniga " 4 00
Frank bealie'a lixiy 'a Journal, " 4 00
The Yo.mur American. " 60
Frank Leellc'u !' khCirl' Wockl), J 60
Frank Urilie'sPiufa.-'IIoVithty, 160
Frank ealie'i Lady 'a Mni(iwii9, 'Monthly. 3 60
Frank Leslie's Hoys of A metica, " l.U
Frank Leallc's i'l. nnant Hour, M J 0
Frank Lealie'a Budget of Fun. " 1 60
The Jolly Joker. . i 1 60
Fran lilie s f amily Uorald, " 100
Frank lealie'a New York Journal, " 1 Ot)
Frank Leslie'! Illustrated Almanac. ' . ,30
Fiauk Leslie'! Comlo Almanao, IS
Every yearly inhHcrlber li entitled to a beantl
fuM'rennum Chromo with each publication. Tbe
originals were designed and painted expre.lyiar
our ue, and the,Curomoa are printed In, oil, !
acny reprouucin, m every aetaii original
manterplecca of art. " ' (i
Description of Chrd'm'oiPubllcatlon and Gifts,
with aimple'papers, sent on receipt of stamps for
return postage. '
AdKSTS WANTED. ' ' !
Addres, AOENCY DEPARTMENT, Frank
lealie'a Publl.hlng Bouse, 637 Pearl Btroet, Mew
F. B. DUNN,
HAVING BOUGHT THE lTEnESTVip'
U r ticott In l he old firm ' la- noY running tha
uelneu alone at Ihe old stand, where be will be
pi, wd to ae all Ja old customers . , t ,
11 vlug nm tin ild itock ' down 'very'fow my
tock. nownea ly entirely . , .
.' ' ,-i . . ' V, ,..'.
CompoMd ln'part gf nearly . , , .
EVERYTINNU CALLED FOR,
m .And I make a ipeclaltyjla , (
KARDWAKE, IRON AND STEEL I.
, I'wl.b to mils ''tigannjiurlX'bnt do aay
that Farmers fan come nearer gettlag all, thy
may'want at 'myatore than at anvot(ler'etah
lishment. I am aim agent for HA"LEY, VQDO
A. CO., of Portland, for all
Agricultural Impleme "
ALSO, FOR PIUNCB k CO- .
ORGANS AND HKLODEONS,
nvlnghailsteen years sxperlet.cs lB bnd
lean hert I think,! know the waiits ofths peoplti
'ivemea call. . ... .
F. B. DtTNN.
Q IIOCRR 1 1 :S-I ! ail ket-p oa a fullwf
GROCERIES & PROVISION
and Invite tha attentioa of Hmw.e
WACON8-T. 0. HEXPglCKS 13 ACEKT
Stndcbaker South Band Wagon.
Notice to Creditors.
' ' ' . - i . . . . i
N' OTICE IS HEP.F.BY GIVEN that the nnder
l(iued ra duly appointed adminhrtrator of
(r.e ewtate ofKl;xa Hhelly, doted, by Hit County
Court of Uo itr.i)rg"!i. All perw hold
ing claim! a gint raid exlate ar requeoud to
prrwnt tbe entne tothe ondeMigned at hi! reai
den.e ki Mid oranty, Wirtun li mnntha froa tha
datah-rrol. KOBEltT CAI.I.ISON.
i. i. Wiltor, Ally. Admln.itrator.
Eiigtae, Feb. 19. ' 4w
ti. 8, Lakb Orrici, I
Ittxrarao. Ottn., Mr-h I3lb. 1S78. (
rOM?LA.INTKAVl0 BKfcM ENTF.KKD AT
KJ Uiia Office byst.N. Volrr airainnt Jame
Otter.ii for abandoning bia Homeatead Entry .
So. n3, dated Aug. Aith. IM73, npon the S. K.
i. iwctxia 10, Towmbip 2), 8. Kae AW. ia
Lao eouoty. Oregon, with a t iew to tbe raarcU -lat.ua
of mid entry ! tiie aaid parties ai herehy
eiimraoiied to aiip.nr at tliii 031;e oa tbe 2'id diy .
of April, 1876, al 1 o'clock r. a., to ruriood tod
luruieb totiotoay eouceni'sg and alleged abande
J. C. FULLF.BTOX Re. e,T',