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t.ti9 rffK. A etrtZfeaU tf-itubltealinm
.mltlht oirtn until lh fit art paiil. H'X
. SHALL MA JCJS AfO vsriAnojrnoM
, . SSSflsriru ataf tuhteHbtn twmtt Indh
'tut IM timt f ttpiratiom of lubttription.
Kcmcn. Simple announreraentt of birtha, mu
rUteaand dcathewill be inaerted without gW
Otatuary notion will bt charged for at tbe nU of 10
Ft aaaume bo reaponalbillty for wiaws expreteed
i or eorreeponaenie. .
Blnjleoopieeof theQoano.inwnippeie for mail'
ff , max Da uuuunea ay una gmn,
CITY: AND COUNT!.
Ta Citt EiaCTidN. lbe election for
citj officer lost "Mdudaj was a quiet one,
the (roth having blown off on the Saturday
jproosdiog.-, Considerable hard work was
.Jffooe by the.partiians o( each of the tickets
for Coancumei, bat It was dooe In a very
"quiet, sort' f wsj." Tie Court Hons
Ticket" was nuderttood 'to be lo favor of
. rastaioiog the. lateij enacted Subd&y ' laws,
' while the other was ootierstood to :be just
's firmly opposed to them." fTWlattor- tick-
!et was elected, the vote being : , m
J. F. Robinson . . . . .136
Jas. MetVeo .. . i 124
S. A. Ogdea..., ....... 124
N.L Packard........ Ill
R.O. Callison 108
The vote on the other offices, over which
there was not the slightest fueling, was as
follows: -t ; (
For Recorder ' .
,G.J. Bays...... ..118
"0. 8. Walton W
-' J. F.Brown..., 41
, For Treasurer
Mark Stevens 128
.John Gray ...T08
.Robt. Patterson 113
Thomas Brown C3
' M. D. Harris 60
Do not fail to see those oew dress goods
at S. H. Friendly 's.
That Sdicidb. The Alhony Semecrat
has found but who the suicide was. It says:
"Mr. J. Wright, a yoong mad who lives with
Mr. J. S. Kendall, near Corvallis, was -in
Albany on Tuesday nmking Imjairies re
specting the man who committed suicide at
'the depot on the 4th of March last. 'From
the description given himhe has on i doubt
'that the unfortunate niaa was Samuel
Langberty, who has been worfcin? for Mr.
Kendal and Mrs. M. D. Thayer since Hy
'last fad. Xaugberty left there on the 3d of
March, and was heard to sajr previous to
Heaving -fet ie should shoot himself. .At
the time be said so there were several guns
in the house, ab'd'be was; jokingly -told by a
by-stander thai he (tbey-Btander) would
load up one of the guns if be would carry bis
threat into execution t ieo and there. Laugh
erty replied that he would wait until be got
"further down the river. Tom Daniels, whu
runs the ferry boat, says Laugherty crossed
he river on the day the suicide was com
knitted, and also in conversation with him
Laugherty stated that he thought the easiest
'way to die was by shooting. L bad been
bo a spree, and there can hardly bo a ques
tion but what be is the nan who killed him
self on that d-Ue."
Establishing Aokncies. Mr. M. P
fearnham, Superintendent of Agencies of
the North Pacific Mutual Lite Association
'of. Portland, is on a tour np the valley, es
tablishing agencies for that company. As
we have said before, we believe this method
bf life insurance to be nearer w&at it pur
ists to be than any Other which has come
under our observation1.
" ' IIook ih'D Laddeb Ei.KCTJon.-Xt the
Hook andladder Coinfjany 's election last
Monday evening, J. M. Thowpsoo was elect
ed Bresfdentj J. N. Poindexttr, Vice-President
;'B'. C. Van ifouten. Foreman ; P. II
-Farrell.lst Assiitant; Wo. Campbell, 2d
Assistant ; C. C. Croner, Secretaiy,od Jas.
UcCfareo Tretstrrer. 1
'" Business" Coanos. On the 1st irisl ,
tlorace F. Stfatton was admitted as a furt
her with F. B. Dunn in the general uW-
thandise trade. Mr. Strattoff bus fceeo en
gaged in this business in Etfgene for many
years iti3 Is favorably tn'own to all the old
leaidents of the county. lie will add much
strength to this hodse, which is one of the
J&oet popular in the county.
ScnooL Elrctior. At the school meet
ing in this district, No. 4, last Monday, T.
W. Shelton was elected director and Ma
rion Wilkens clerk. The .proposition to
revy a tax to build sV school bouse was re
jected by an overwhelming vote.
" Never decide to buy your spring clothing
without first seeing S. it. Friendly's' 6eW
Aairvy Geo. J. Boys has been appoiotecT
agent for Lane connty of the Forth Pacific
Mutual Life Inrartnce Company of Pnrt-
land, and will take pleasure in interviewieg-
aU who desire to fosure. All necenry io
fomration will be fi!tdj!hed on application.
Goxi tJaxow. Samael Bvkos closed his
saloon last Wednesday, end hu' gone to
Corrallis, where ba wiH engage ifittM eoa
factors of beer, ale and pbtUt.
Goat East. Robert Cailisoa add wife
familiarly known as bUacle Bob" and "Aunt
folly" have gone tottft Athtttte Sites
in a visit. '
Becker t Boyd this Week booghf In
teed of extra fina and fat beef cattle, and
joi7 steaks are now in order.
T. G. neadricks retarned last liooday in
tisM to rote. lie brought n imroeose
lock of foods.
TV. T T7 ..a 4-1
Iiasaepvia ID uu cunDiry a. nn
tftwcvj TrrtLtn i milt) of town. ' Ioqains -oTj epy, or at fl 50 per jeer, aolscriptioo,
Wb. f . Vooae. J postpaid.
Lane County Teacher InailCute.
Jcxctiom Cm. March 30th, 1876.
The Teschars' institute for Lane county
convened at Junction school bouse on
Thursday, March 30th, at 11.45 o'clock a.
x. R. G. Callison was chosen temporary
Chairman. Prayer offered by Rev, Wm,
UotutoD. " , '
It was ordered that a permanent Chair'
man be elected during the alternooo sesaien
On motion by Dr. J. O. Bolao, U. S.
Wasbburne was cbosou Secretary.
The following named 'Committee were ap
pointed on programme-: R. Fagao. O. T
Porter and Angie Belknap. ,
0. T. Porter delivered the opening ad
drees in which he very earnestly -entreated
the teachers to euter eotbusiastlcaMy upon
the duties ascribed to them, and they were
particularly requested to invite their friends
aud ull school directors to alleud the Insti
tute. . . -
'Music from the choir.
The committee on .programme reported
the following for ;the afternoon session:
Reading, by J. C. BoUn; Oi ifcogmpliy, Robt.
lieo ; Pebmaitsbip, J.'L. fleflJeisoti.
On motion adjourned uutil l) o'clock F it.
Jloufe culled to older by R. G. Callison.
Teichers preseut, thirty-one. Rev. v. M
Houston was rlected to the chair.
X)n motion the chair appointed two crit
ics, .namely : Angie Belknap aud 11. Mc--Cbley.
tf.-O TJolah presHite"dUe Object 6f read
ing- to ah abre uiaiiuer. .
Uriliotruiiliy presented by Uubt. uean and
discussed by Miss Hill, M-ers. lleiidersou,
rorter, VV-ouley, (. allison and Bolan.
I no so In nc I of peumuosliip was Mes-'nlcd
by J. L Henderson, alter which a lengthy
discuwio" t-nsued relative to the best man
ner ol teaching the eati'm.
I'be following report-from the programme
couunittee was oHr-reu Tor the eviiiung ses
sinn't Ut, oiiL'inul poem, -'LewiHl l the
Isle," by 0. T. 1'orter; 2d, discussion
auliuul govtriiinent opeu to all ; 3d, Rtoitu-
Alur wh'oli tlie Institnte adjourned to
met at 1 o'clock p m.
Kvenicir stajion convened nt ,)", o clock.
Minutes ol previoiis rrieetinif approved.
'An original ni hi miLik il. -Leirend of the
IsW''Ws read by 6 'W '1'orter, for which
th Itistf t-titt tHi'dereil Mr Porter a vote ot
4Jianks. Tiscussiiiii ou ttlliool overuuieot
was beguu by -K, U. Uallwi) and wan rnl
lowed by Messrs. Fugan, vBotao. -Meimer,
PortHr ! Miss Hill. The fcoem entitled
Etenore," was recited by Klla Slaiinus in a
pathetic nianuer. Ti.e following (.rograHime
wus-reported fur -Friday mwrnMii! : 1st, AIu
sre ; 3A. Analysis of senteuces by RFauau :
3d, Writleu Arithmetic by Frank Hill ; 4th,
Geography by A. Cook ; oib, f nysical
Geography by Klla Stunnus. Then fol
lowed a brief report from the critics.
MuJic solo hlla Wasbburne.
Alter wbii h adjourned to meet at 9 a. v.
Fridat, 9 o'clock a. m.
Session opened with prayer by Rev. W.
M. Houston. Music from the choir.
The suhjfct of analysis of sentences was
ably presented by R. Fagan, and a lenntliy
discussion followed iu which the teHcliers in
general participated. Frank Hill dircuised
the suiji'ct of written arithmetic, and vari
ous theories as to the best manner of teach-
ni; the same. A. Cook presented the sub
ject of geography, and during the peroration
he laid cousi'lerablH otress on the subject ot
map drawing. 1 Per request the remainder
of the programme woe postponed till the al
ternooo session. Willie Wasbburne favored
the uudieoce with a declamation.
Programme committee reported the fol
lowing for the-aiternoou session : 1st, -History,
Mary Hill ; 2d, Menlul Arithmetic, 0.
lYKorter.; 3d, Urammar, A. ri. meisner.
Music. After which .adjourned to awe(at
1J o'clock p. m. j
APtE'OO'N SESSIOR. j
Institute called to order at 1 d'clocB by j
President Hounton in the fchuir.
fiolo by Kva WaabbcMe.
Minutes of preVious rt'eet'ng approved
The 6ulije'.t.6T physical geography was in
troduced by Ella fiUunu?. It was declared
the will of ine (nslituie that the time to he
occupied to the discusion of each subject as
presentfif hy the programme Couluiittee
should b'e'limited to luriy-Dve minutes. .
The suuj'ecl cT History was .presented ny
Nfury flill, and she was sustained in 'her
Views hy a general coinciainjr ol en who
wer:permitted to speo. Mental Arithme
tic was iutroducei) by 0. T. Porter, who
occupied most of his tune nn giving pmcti
oal illustrations and wntul ipriHileiii to a
class (Jraininr intrialumd hy A. K Meis-
ner, and during a leint'liy diacnssion ol which,
much difference of opinion was expressed as
to the prupriely of Clark's system of dm-
Uu motion tne namer iary nii ano
J. E. Honstoo wee added to the list of cen
On motion adjourned to meet at? 12
o 'cluck p. at.
Minateaof pravinos eren'oz approVe3 at
read. Teachers present, forty. The e''iUr
part of the eveniuj? was erndloyed in tbedi
cushion of raiious owUtmt drawn friMn the
buHoi tox aad prepared for the occasion.
On awition ol 'R. 0 CaIrion the follow.
ing ex'HCQtive commitfw J appoinlfd :
J. C. Bolan. F II Grubbs and Robt. (inn
whose duly i' shall ho to rhoosn thtiin and
blaw fir holdios lbe next i'tecbers' IusU-
tote of Lane County.
A rui if thtnkii wart-ndernl 0. T. For
tef of Hrns(ori for valuable sc.ices ren
der d. and to tle choir and U the leacbna
ol Linn ability for their hearty support.
On mot irtn aHjmrnnd.
Gao. 6. Vk AaBBcaxa, Secretary.
Callous AIomui.i Juoazisi roa April.
This marr'. tbf eheapxt la rb foan-
try, arrrtl'lKe rJluet reterUmnij lo ftirry re
spt,V issued for the noo'b of April, aud
a bice DcibbW it is. M. Qcad, the gret ha
inoroni Mt-r of Michis'an'p'vra as another
tAii.ilfnart ftf tiU thnllin itmf. ftii'l tbre
ariwnr'n ilro!retios wf atories which
r .Ki.rh:nir inlarMl. arwt well raUrnlatMl
to eoUTUifl a tirnHioM. TB aa yam in
!,:. nnmr-e nurtU-oUrle woribT of BOlicr.
and akoold b rxid hy all riie etd salt a in tba
ewnirr. . PabfiMiad by Tbopa Jr. Talbot,
23 Hawly street. rutoo.aod lor aale at all
.. . ' . ... .c
J Primaries to-duy. '
' Next Friday is -Good Friday."
County Convention next Monday..
Easter Sunday a week front to-morrow.
Postmaster's" letter will appear next
The McGibeny family la meandering np
Judve McArthnrcame odoo Monday to
attend the annual meeting of the tsoard oi
Dirrctom for the State Laiversuy,
Council meets next Monday awening, at
whi h time the oewly vltcted members will
take tneir seats.- -
F. B. Dunn left for San Francisco on
Wednesday. He will bring a much larger
stock of goods than ever belore.
C. W. Fitob. Prosecuting Attorney for
this district, left for Benton county tbis
morning to attend the spring term of Circuit
Court. , . '
One of the tneo engaged in the disturb
ance on the street on the iOtb alt., was
anested on Thursday, aud 'fined fifteen dol
lars and cost. . ' r. .
A letter from George Stowell says 0. D
Mrtchell is at work for John Waud, at
Wkud's landing, just below Portland, and
that he saw bim lust baturnay,
Mrs. M. M. Jackson, who is npw in the
City of Portland selecting millinery for
spnug and summer trade will return aud
open the sums some tune next wee.t.
About the only reul sport Eocene has in
(lulired In this spring was casting pebbles at
a grouse which made its snpearance on top
of 11 odes' saloon building on Thursday.
Some-one finally hit it, an I a scramble was
nitttle' for the'rofr. I tioinrst on who made
it was not a little surprised to find rt'in
Cahrpbell shaking a stuffed bird at bim.
In EufreneCitT, April iJ, 18),'Licln Blachky,
tfii t yeai-a. . . .
Llat of Letera
Remaining uncullud for iq the Post Office
ut Eugene Ciiy, Or., April 8, 1876 i
Andoraun, Chnrlea B Jamat.BH
Ch, biina 1' -CUuttt
'l l, Kieman
Diitii, il ii lw 3
Davu, 1 Lilotua
biko, il il
(Iwn, (j hi-wood
Ha ea, J il
Hyde, A E
llin'lman, Mia 8jAh
Jluiy, D B
Miller, Mutt i
Wc AlflTua l'T, M L
ll' IiitualS n
iiirhraomi, C L ,
HulliraD, l uui- 0 .
Btoveni, Miaa Mary !
Smith, B .
SiMn(f r, AluQZO
A. 8. PATTEUSOS; P.'ll.
Agency .for WkdSkb, I'ottac'e 1jem,
Hiikhman 'i 'HydV: ami other varieties oi
Piano! StnmlHrd Ui'gaua, nod geoerul
music.'! iheich.indtrte 1). P.. Uraj, at-Ellt.-worth's
Having disposed ol the St. Charles Hotel,
this Is to notify all persuiis having claims
against me to present them to J. J. Walton,
Jr., for payuieut. All persons indebted to
me will fiud their accounts in bis bunds lor
collection, and they must be paid immedi
ately. . , Cius. Bakkr.
Florence sewing machines a variety of
sly li.-s and prices, fT sale by D. B.Gruy at
Ellsworth's Drug Store.
Wm. Preston has just received from San
Francisco a complete stock of good in his
line, and horsemen will Cud many uselul ar
ticles not heretofore brought here.
II you want a good pair of gloves, go lo
Wm. Preston, agency for the San Jose
glove manufactory. ......
Farm fob Salk. A good larm for sale
... i r-
on easy terms, witniu two -nines oi ures
well; 550 aeres -or imia, an lencea, gooa
house on the same, and 400 acres -can be
cultivated. If yoa want a bargain cftll and
see-J.J. Walton, Jr.
Bay your wall paper already trimmed at
F. B. Duns's.
1 hereby notify the public that I fcave this
day associated with me in my business H.
t . Stratton. rne business win oe couunueu
hereafter .uiuler the firm name of Dunn &
Slrattou. Thanking my old Iriends and
customers for their patronage, 1 respectfully
solicit eotitinuunce of the same for the new
hrm. My books will close with the dlst
day of Ma'di. 1 have a large amount stand
ing out and as u matter ol convenience to
me and you, 1 would request that yon call
s soon es -convenient and settle the -same
either by payment or note.
r. 13. JUHX.
April lst.1876. - ' ' . :
BARNES SCROLL . W.
F03T0R STEAM POWER.
Warranted ts Cut 3 Inch
Stuff I Foot per Minute.
Sen J lor Circular.
PRICE, 130 00.
C ARfETlSTRE T, otj. PALICE HOTfl
Tha Crect Mechanics' Tool Store
' f tha ptfciflo CoaU
AgriiV Outfit Fice
tiret dommiwions aad Cash Prtminms
LII.RARY of FAMdS FICTI05,
onarmwtaa ni rr
Jewels of lm:ginat;ve Literature i
PUcrim't Prefreaa, Tloar ef Te Mi,
ab:aaca Cruoa, T tal aJ Irrlala,
j BtUlver,s Trat lit,
Uadt) Talaa troaa Aratiaa lights,
I Cop4e nOT. TOT.TTfE f l.la,
aauWiillT lliwesrateel with S4 fall-iafe Edtbt.
Hi the ORLB STOUT BOOK.'aai
all vast to rmd it. Aimit a Onflt fw ta all wa
aae bonaaaaawi will faijully eaaiaae.
J. B. FORD A CO..
339 Kearwey ac.
Sea Tn mrir, Caf.
J, Kll LIKGSWORTH 8c SON,
On Ninth Street, '
EEP constantly on hand, fresh
Sugar. Tobacco ft Cigars, Prachss,
Cone, Cauntd Uooda. - --I'lttma,
Byrup, Cbeeae. Powder,
Boao, Starob, iPfppar,
SordiDes, bait, Candies,
lilts, -Lard, Ploar,
Bread, CAkci, Ties, Fruits tnd Trntsbln.
of vrv deeriitioD. which thev will aril nhmn
ivrnau. 'iuiui im mat itron we solicit a con
tinuance of the laaia.
i. iru..t.V..i . t .....
Goods delivered to any part 6f the city free- of
chaTge. We are constantly receiving newiiooda
am win aaiisiy our cui"nieni in regard lo prices.
SP1UNQ & SUMMER TRADE I
WE BEO'to triform ur trianda and tha-pablle
tliat wa hare iutt raoaived dinot fmin tu
Franciacoand tba taatom markata
AN IMMENSE STOCK
' NOTIONS.' CLOTHING,
IATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Painty Oils, Etc.,
Seleeted bjr our Mr. 8. I!o8enblitt, which we
Parties will fiud It to their advantage to call
ud ex mili a nur stock and prices before purclias-
Highest price paid for jill kinds of Produce.
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
HARDWARE, IRON and STEEL.
Hubs. Spoke. I Jims,
Oak, Asli and IlicKory Naiik.
tOitl'LAND, ". - OREOOS,
j ' jnl:3ia
JOIt SErVKll4L laiilltUANDISli Uo
Wtttclies, Clocks and Jewelr)
SE WING MACI1IN ES
THANKINU THE rUBUC for their past liber
al pitronnite, we now invito thvin to uili on na
at our new room In Underwood A Co 'a new brick
bloi-k, where may be found a full axnortment of
(rood In the above line.
Watches, Clock" and Jewelry repaired In tbe be t
workmanlike manner aud warranted.
Willamotto St., Eugena City, Orsgo? .
EW PltUQ STOKE, Willamette street, sex
to Bria'.uw & to.
OILS, , .
GLA8S, . ....
Brandies." 'Wines and liquor?
OF ALL KINDS.
fact, we hare the beat assortment t
articles found in a
FIRST CLASS DRUG 5T0RE.
We warrant all of our druga, for i they areal
new aua iresa.
Particu.tr attention It called to oor aUok of
Perfumery aiiu Toilet Articles. .
As we bare bought
Wa can cm pete w th any eatallihment
. Eugene Citjr la prii 'aooncimndation.
Buy yniir S'xida wi ou cau
(ret the heat and cne ent.
Frfxrif;fin . (nnfuy Filled
At all tours of the day or night.
OSBURX & Cs
October d.C. ' IWf.
bj M. EVUK,
: if A.VA CftUfomiw.
Br on 1 Torkcya, weiKliiii 43 (roa.
Usom. veiirliiiHr (rnm 40 to SO :1m. Vr
firafiirao, lvtiurn., Oamea. etr. Fa-
kin Pneka.araiaffiot' IS lo SO
-11m , nl I- of .11
Alan A fine nw-linil of Plcnona, BaUiiU,
Umuea owla aaa rimu.
Any Tartrtjr of fuwla deairad imported.
HOGS, true to aame. faeah aid welt paked, fcr
aale a', moderate pnrea.
Beau for ninstratcd Cirrular, and Price 1 Jat, to
3L EYIIE, Xapa, CJ.
On ym-iM of an r T win fcrafch
mmniMiTil UPOfLIKY PULt.KTIS. aa
tlliKtntMt 12 iMemootlilf, tlx reeirniu'l autbot
'1 IB r"il .uhUere in h. B.; and amnmij i
h Pmiltry Jvornal ptrbliahed. fauMiTiptjua only
pleaae aU'e- Mnra aaw tlita adTerttaemmt,
Orie:a mmj alao ha wri at u onV.
Notice of Dissolution.
rrntr. PARTUOFnip BERrroFom hist.
Jl rnc liKwer Joarpb funalvrr Mvi lMa- an
irr i.li the trm nun and mjt at Stamtiarwa
(s4ra. wu duaulnri Marrk 1J I f matiMl tutr
vat, lmt fvs ten wunn- lm -ph tralnr aa
anmM all tV lul.ilitMa o tha lata ana, and rlber
patt. iaMtVvuad taull"rt art iwipt -1eU
dial tha auu. J'wU TI SI PH VhEEO,
i ISAAC fE5fjf BO.
' jBWrti-S Crty, Marrk Jaih, 171
... . HAS a U) FOR THE
EVER BROUGHT TO EUGENE.
- .OUR STOCK V ..
O GLj O T JET I isrd-
bu been largely incnaaed and we oan thow ae
uaniiKome a line oi ready aiaxie gooda la
. MEN'S aNDB0r9 . . t.
business and , Dress Suits,
At saa be found in the county, 'una air prices that
caunoi uu io naiiuy.
. OUR , ,
ORESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
ta well filled with t aplendld aaanrt -e all the
leading ttylea and fashionable aha it .goods.
American Dress Goods.
riald, Tlaln and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Bleached & UubleAched Cotton Flan-
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson & Church
' X iIIELF& HEAVY 1IARDWARL
I?esfSeIecre(I Stock III
CALLISON & OSBURN
JiiH Ur'CEKlMU TO TUB PUBLIC, .
Mirj;ar8,Toas, Coffee, CanncJ Goods,
Tobacco & Citrara. GIabq t(2uccnB
ware, Wood uiMlj'Willowwaro,
. , BltEAD, Ca'IKS AND-PIW..
And In facl evci Uiloi: iiaunllv. kit in a ilrst clam
Grocery lore or Uikery at UKDHOCK .fltlCKH
for cash or ready pay featUlauti.ui ftiianuitced.
(iiHda delivered o any part ot the citv Irt of
charee. , . ,
Brick Store, tor. Willamette "& EJglitli Sis.,
a.v: PETERS & co7
Aro now in receipt of a very lerga atock of
N E V S Pit I K G GOODS,
Selected with much care from the largnit and left
iinpoiliiiK huuaoa in San Franuitco.
Our Stock of
la nnntniilly lnrpe and aHraplWe, and fmprioa tlie
Terr lateit atyloa and noveltlea, and nf ail gwtea
uu price., ta aa to meet the Tiew of all.
A Urge aaaorlment of FVinira and.lnaartinga, ew
anu ueauiniu piuwroa.
A laire atock of ttlnvhed Vuallna anu UJnana,
ToweHnm and Hoalery. 'Coiaeta,
Baudkorebiufa, Ijue and Unaa Colluni iu all gradea.
WE WILL PiT TIE HI8HE8T VASKET FRIOE
, Xneaahforn7irunilMTOi.pounuaor , .
GOOD ME RUll ANTA HLK WOOL';,
iTerr (Iflaenption wanted, lor wuwn ,wi wui pay
kigheat market pi-tce.
A.T. TUTEUfl & CO.
Oaif UIHSl andnrrfcaPmia' lIAbiraapecd.
ilycuaad paialcaa,DO,publidtylai home and wuhout
tncoBvanimca. Aa anlidoU lh or't. on it. merila.'
Send etampa far partionUn. OB. CARLTON, 187
Wathiiigtoa Street, Uikago, III. ,- .
1.1 Ann Au t cavfiss k
1111 H I- ofUMnxutAstrtCcm, if iUmmm,
villi IP tU., Uifat tfiacuvf rit in tit.
UUIUm Mitm of rrprvxluciuni bo I
lw truly htppy in toe nmrrkd rrlttlon. MaIs) ra ttaiAJt,
jrouiif aa middrt ftfrd tbuuld mut td piiarrj Htlt
euuuTiM infonnttion, whkK no orw can ailord lo b with.
ul on bow to prfTTsj tht hwJth, tnd cjmplKo, rs
riwU Awle-d etwwki th ImhiH ol jrouUi 1 tlse br aud
on It tnM Mm Quids) in th world, rriet (Oernii
brlfalL Tn tutliof mar b wmau-d prmll or by
II On anj T1 wwaillljrcui nwnuuuni 111 mw w"i . AjaMaaa
A.O.0lJ,UI Warfwymt,ClikaiB,W. .-
il Ot (itflNiaHtlVS) tbml
know m Courtahtn, Mar
rlasr, th Phraior1ra
J Utririiial aTf(i-nif sVii
Wir hvf and ear. Trta mi all Private I)ttraf. fii,
iplatlninc fbrireaiMra, sryinptomf and moan a to nirt-1
bthf only rtailyaririitinc work nfthf kind trvat rrib'ni
trly ail pstsT and ) nimptrl In ry ro
jllaciir ly t0SA m rts ipr iMtOi U, a4alw
BrW. ftt-nt bv M.
driM. IJT. C. si. IVHIANMAN ifwNurtbl JUlrt,
a. iAWili AWfc MMUMUCU IB AOM
A WONTII-.Ajrpnta wanfH ttt.
wit Htitlncaii hrsnormhl id Kr
lata. rarMciilara aiMit rre. Al'iri-
sl.W oil i li A ( (.. hi. Luuia,Mtt
Wm. Iccnshaw, Proprietor.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OS
VEAL, .CIIICH V,
. ETC., ETC.
, h, ALVEItSON,' . .;.
OfTir on eat aide Willamette ttreet. near tot-
aer ol J'.b, adjoining law uftce uf J. F. Brown.
HrMH'Ul attention paid tn diaeas ef tbe Lenge.
and all caea ol chronic diieaaet.
RiTii.TC ucetm in practice and attention
to biiatimt. ,
Stock of Goodii
wool ; blankets;
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
ATfe. &, CAPSi
', ;t la Uis leading Styles;' , : ' '
.- 'OIL CLOTHS; for r-loorand Tabls iwa.
We would call speclat attention to, "r atock
Mens' and Boys' San Francisco Boots,
Which we have eold for a number of yars
with great satiafactiou.. . Every pair warranted.
" - A eompleteirtock of C:'f"','. '
"HAHDWAKE I .
Plows and Farming - Utensils'.
CUOICE TEA8 CANNED UOODS.
and all choice
FAMILY i GROCERIES
at artoniabingly low rates.
LIVmrOOL AND CARMEN ISLAND SALT,
Uigliest price for nil kinJs of produce and
If. 1 KIi:iI)LY. ....
LTAVK KDlt HAl.t
11 AT THE LOWEST
Aim, -1 -
uuoa, riaioiv, - ,
AgijcalUirutr '" "'
, Fishing Tackle, i :. '
: We Invite an exam I.
i nation of onr gooda
, no .fldent our- prices
will aulttbe tiroes. ... j .
OREGON STONE WARE for
ale hy , rtT.(j, HENDBICKU. -
TLUMS or 8UUSCH1PTION '
Frank Leslie's IJI's't Publications
. j?63xaie'paio.:.. r'.;
Frank Leslle'a Ill'a't Newspaper, Weekly, $1 00
Krank 1-enlielo ttitmney (Mrner,- -' 4 001
Kra' k Julie's IlluuUirt Zoitung, , 4 00
The Hya'ftninJ!a 4 00
Kranlt belie's Udy'a Journal, ' ' " v 4 00
The YouuiAmorlcan'. t ! "140
Prank l.ehlie'a jliiya' and Glrla'.Weeklj, ( 2 40'
r ranu Lenne'i ronnTar Alontlilr. . , ,- 1 60
Frank litxlle's Liidy a Mn(tlue,
r'rank lalie' Iloyi df Aoierica,
Monthly, 3 60
V 1 40
, 1 80
' 1 40
rrunK i8iii) a i'iea4lil Hours,. .
Frank l.ealie'a Dudget ol Fun.
The Jolly Joker, ..
Frank Lelle'a Kiimilj-IlaraM,
Frtik l8le"a New furk Journal,
Frank Lealie llluiitratod Almanac,
Flunk Ualie'a Curulo Alinanao,.; ;.,
Every yearly autiacrilMr Is entitled U) a beauti
ful ''rvuiium Clirnnio with each publication. Tha
oriRlntls were denized and painted expre sly Tor
our use, and the tlhromus ais printed in oil.ei-.
actly rcprodiuliig, In every detail the original
niate rpiecen of an. . ,
Description of Oliromin, Publication and Gifts,'
with cample papera, tent on receipt of stamps for
return poatngo., . .
' AGENTS WANTED.. , -,, .
Addreas. AOEN'CY. DEPARTMENT.- Prank-
lalie's 1'iibllxhinc House. 637 Pearl Street, flaw
York. .1 i--" -..-. -
n jl: w sxokjk
1 . 'a"' ..'I
AT TKB ,
,. V, R. DUNN,
HAVINO BOUOIW -THE INTEHE8T tlT
llrWciitt in .he old firm la now rinoinathe'
laineaa a'one at Ihe old stand, where he will ba
pi aedtoeeealk la old cnatomera -
Ik 1.. . iL ..II j
"UK i on "u Nn amca uwa "very low By
NEK JND VOMPMIE
Composed In part of nearly '
EVEKYTniNU CALLED FOR, .'
-1 , .And I make a nerialtrtn ' f - '
HARDWARE, IRON . Mb i'STEEU
y 1 ( 1 0 ! ; X
f w'fch to make nn erranitSniipl.fi tnl An
that Furmera ran come nearer eettin'a all thev
may want at my atore than-at any other tutab-
liahmeDt. I am alao arenlior HAW'LliY.DODD
CO., of Portland. for all . , ,
. - -,; '' ; .''.'
AdmiilliiraX ' Implements'.'
AUO, TOR PRINCE tCO.'S" ir
OjRGANS AND 'MELOIXEONS
...... -.. .' ' I 1. j -l'-l
ITarlnir had aizteen Teiw exrjrleca' la hot-
wi here 1 think.l know tbe vants ofltbe people.
iva iuv van . . r
t; k dtttw. '
GEOCEEIES &- PROVISIONS
and invite tbe attention of Hoasefcepr 4 ' ' "
WACOJIS-T. 0:tlEXrRICK3 13 AGEKT
lur lb 1 celebrated - - " -
Stndebaker South Bend Wagon."
Notice to Creditors. --
""r' ." '. 1 j 1 f:
NOTICE IS DERKBY OIYEX I hit tke under
atgned waa diily appointed administrator of
IheeaUleof ElitaHIlly,deeeajed.'by theCoonlv
Court ef lne.isiy,ilred.n. A'l peraone bnld
inKClaimaaKatoat aaia extate are reqnented to
present the name ts the nndmiljned at hit rat-
dence In aaid County, within a tin tha from tne
dale hereof. IIOBi-atX CALUhO.M. . ..a .
J. J. Wilms, Att'y. . Adinitralof,"
Kon, Feb. 59. . 4
' , . . U.S. Lxn Orrici, ) -'
"Botwr3. Ota.. Mareh ISth. I7. ( ' -
COMPLAIN T 0 AVl.NC, BKKJi KN'TERtU AT
tl, a Office by M. S. Kuley aniaat Janvaa
Cvterwn t.r klandonlnir bla Homeacad Entry
No. IKKI, Utd . A.th. 1ST, n. tbe M. K.
I.riectuin 7j, Towobip 1), 8.. Iu-ra t W. ta
Lnna cnnlT. Orrffia. with a riew to lb rofl
ktmn of 'd entry : the asid Bartirs aie herehy'
auinmonetl in ipear at thu ui-e ea tbe t'Jd day
tt Atiril 1 tfT.l 1 I nVl. k u ... m r. A .,,,1
tirmih testimony eoBoern'uf aaid a'iejcd atun t-.
B. WUXJS, KeiH'ie
.BPUISa AND BUMMER TRADE