The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, April 29, 1876, Image 3

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CITY AND COUNTY.
, ,, . i Bepubllean Convention.
Tie Republican County Contention met
at the Court House in tbia place lust Thurs
day norning at 10 o'clock a. v. and pro.
' 'ceeded to effect a temporary organization by
electing Qeo. Humphrey Chairman, aod A
S, .Patterson Secretary. ,
The aanal committeee were appointed and
tthe Convention abjouroed to moet at 1
' o'clock P. H. ;.
Upon reassembling the committee on ere
'dentials sabmittea .a report, which was
'adopted. v " '
Committed on permanent organization
'recommended A. 8. Patterson for Chairman
.and B. 0. Van Ilouteo aod A. W. Stowell
'as Secretaries. The report was adopted. '
Committee on order of business submitted
a report reoummendiog the following:
First Nomination of State Senator.
Second Nomination of Jour Represeata
itiyes. as r ' ."
Third County Judge.
' Fourth Clerk. " ; '
, .;; Filth-Sheriff.
n: .8ixth Treasurer.
Seventh Two Commissioners. .
Eighth Assessor.
Ninth School Superintendent.
. . Tenth Suiveor.
' Eleventh Coroner.
Twelfth Election of delegates to the
.State Convention. '
' On motion of Roaco Knox, Hon. J. II.
McClung was nominated fur Stale Senator
by acclamation.
;0n motion, tbe Chair appointed Ceo.
Humphrey and J. H. Evan's as Tellers, and
inomloationi irere proceeded with in .their
Iregnlar order, resulting as follows :
' Representatives iKodney Scott, Allen
Bond, A. S. Hamilton and C. W. Wasb
, borne. ;;.
- i Jfjoaoty iodge Henry Parsons.
Clerk Joel Ware.
Sheriff S. B. Eukin, Jr.
'' Treasiire'r-J. G. Gray.
: Commissioners Thos. Barbre, Wn. Ow
'ni. -- Assessor .,W. Park9.
; . Schppl Superintendent R.3. Oullison.
Surveyor II. 0. Perkins.
, Coroner T. VV. Shelton.
Delegates to State Convention B. C
Van Iiouten, C. W. Wasbburne, VV. U.
Odell, Rosco Knox, W. J. J. Scott, F. W.
Folsomand John Kelly. :.-
. Socublr and Sdppik. Last Wednesday
iris the fifty-seventh anniversary of tbe
.foundation of the order of Odd Fellows in
the United Stat8, and was celebrated in tbe
evening by rjpencer Butte Lodge No. 9, of
this place, by a, sociable at tbeir ball and
Jupper at the St. ! Charles Hotel, to wlucb
tnite a large, number, not meiubma of the
.order, were invited. The programme for
the evening conskted of vucal .and ingiru
Aiantal music aod a very Interesting lecture
on the origin, progress and works of the
order from its inception dowu to the prea
nt by J. J. Walton, Jr. Tbe occasion was
a very pleasant one. '
The Crrr or Salem.-This steamer ar
fired nere on Monday afternoon with about
eighty ions of freight as follows : Robinson
A Church, 2 headers, 1 baiveeter, 2 thresh
, 1 mower, t reaper! 20 wagons ; Rosen
blatt & Co., Ill pkgs. mdse.; Uuun & Strut
ton, 38 do.; S. H. Friendly, 22 do. and It)
tons salt; H. H. Wolfe, 14 pkgs. mdee ; A
Goldsmith, it do.; A.1 V, Peters A Co., 16
do.; Killingsworlb A Son, 31 do.; T. 0.
Hendricks, 6 pkgs. machinery; M. Wallis 2
reapers ; S. A J. H , 18 pkgs. mdse.; S. H ,
44 do ; J. H. S., 15 do.; L. G. 2 do.; S
R.. 81 do.i E. W. Whipple. Cottage Urove,
102 do.; D, Alpin, 1 lot raraitureu -
Mat Day Ball. A Grand May Day Ball
will be given'' at Lane's Hall on Monday
evening, May 1st. Committee of Arrange
ments, L. U. Jackson, Frank Harrington
and Jeff Smith; Committee of Reception',
John O'Brien, G. W. Fletcher and G. S.
Klncaid ; Floor Managers, Jeff Smith and
Chat. Hedlejr. Tickets without supper.
SI 50. j Those wishing supper can have tbe
Same by leaving order at tbe St. Charles
Hotel Everybody is respectfully invited to
tteod.1''.:'; '
Dim). MrJoba 11. Kelton, at one time
gent for tbV jtage Company, and a son-iu-law
of Mrs. McCord, died at Saa Fraocitco
oo the 20th inrt ; having been red Over a
day or two previously by a train of cart
' RhotaL W. B. Reoibaw has removed
hiamatket to the old Railroad' Hoose. tbe
room formerly ased u the office in that
building having bees neatly fitted op for bira
8ou OroM. Laoe has sold bis saddle
Mi hameaa busioeM to Charles Hadiey aod
wiO leave for California' about tbe'Hrst of
June,. "He also dwpose4 of his dwelling
boos) to Mr. N. L. Strange. ,
County , Court next Mooday. ' .'
B. F. Finn of this county took a large lot
of dressed dear skins to Salem Ui week.
Ckaa. Later wu io Scrantoo, Pa, oo tbe
14th test. ' . ,
( Geo. C Drrtead, fonoerit of this oanty.
it Um Oroocratie caodKJtta for aacsor in
Lake eeajotv
, Oar coonty has' bem booored ia the sa
Wctioo of Mr. T. A. Milliroa ai a de!egst
w the St Loois Coovesuoe. '
Democratic Suie CoovenUon.
From the Ooagoniaa.
" '.OR0AIIUATI0U KFrECTIO.
SahKj A prH 26. Tbe Democrat io State
looveolioa was called to order by H. Klip-
pai, cnairmao oi me Mate Central Uomfhit
tee. On motion, B. F. Burch was elected tern
porary chairman, and C. B. Bellinger, clerk
A committee of five oo credentials was
appointed, consisting of A. Nultoer, John
Wbiteuker, U. Klippel, L. Isoo, and M.
Sbaunon. 1 , .
A motion to sdjouro till 1 o'clock was
lost i but a motion for a recess of a half hour
was carried.
Upon reassembling, a committee consist
ing of one from each county, oo order of
business, was appointed.. -:
A committee similarly constituted, wss
appointed oo platform.
The Convention then adjonrned to 2:30
P.M.,,
' The c nvention assembled onrsuant to ad
journment.
Ine commit'.ee oo order of business, by
Ticbenor, chairman, reported as follows
1. Adoption of platform- 2. Selection of del
egates to the Nation.il Convention 3 Nonw
in itioo of Diitrint Judges. 4. Nomination (4
prosecutimr attorneys 5 Nomination of a
candidate for Congress. 6. Nomination ol
candidates for Presidential electors. 7 Se
lection .of the CenWul committee.
An aoim .ted discussion arose upon the
adoption of the Glib aod sixth orders ol
business by Weatburford, of Lino, and Ticbe
nor of Curry.
Bellinger moved to vote tiva mi op tbe
nomination of Congressman and electors,
and tojii8S tbe rest of the .report by uccla
matioti ; carried. .
Cochran, of Lane, and Ferguson, of Tarn
hill, spoke on the question.
Hazard, of Coos, moved to adopt the
fifth order of .business the nomination of
Congressman by yeas and nays.
Tbe niotiou Wiis strongly opposed by White
aker, of Lane, and supported by liny den,
who advocated the adoption of the order,
aud proposed that Mr. Lane, tbe present
Congressman should be nominated by the
coi'Ventiou,
The proposed nomination of Lane was re
ceived with enthusiasm. ' .
Hayden made a long speech covering
nibcb political RinOud..
Isom, of Baker, moved to postpone nomf
nating a Congressmau until five o'clock.
Ferguson Opposed any nomination nntll
after tbe National .Convention hiid been
held.
Hafdoo .rose to a personal eplaant!oo,
and made a characteristically humorous'
speech, in which .he was so severe in bis re-
mail a on Ferguson as to be called to order. '
Myers, of Clackamas, and Towbsend. of
Yambill, io calm speeches tried to poor oil
on the troubled waters and Ticbenor moved
the previous question. Carried.
W hi leaker protested against the gag law.
Klippel moved that the vote by wbiob tbe
previous question was ordered be reconsider
ed, which was carried and the debate was
continued by Hazard, of Coos.
Ticbenor moved to postpone umber con
sideration of the question nnlil 7 o'clock
and take op (be order of business referring
to the platlorm. Tbe motion was lost.
Cries of "liuesMon, question!
Wbiteuker spoke earnestly against a nom
ination by ibis convention, and Hayden
made a violent speech In reply.
I he secretary then called the roll, and
the question of this convention making a
nomination was decided in favor of its doing
so by a vote al 81 lor to 40 against.
Tbe firth, sixth and seventh orders or
business were adopted as reported.
PLATFORM.
The platform was then Adopted. It de
clare first that tbe common schools are tbe
special charge of the Democracy ; second, in
favor of reliifous freedom and deprecates sec
tarian prejudice, tuiru, it commends me
lower House of Congress for its reform.
And Fourth, it reiterates tbe platform
adopted last year.
A motion was Iceo made to adjourn
which was InRt.
The convention then by a vote of 71 to
47 decided to choose six delegates to ihe
National Democratic Conveution, appeo
tioned. one to each judicial district, and one
lor the stale at large.
Tbe convention then adjourned until 7
P. M.
DKLKOAVES TO THB NATIONAL 0NTIITieK.
. Debates to the uaiiooal .convention were
elected as follows:
J. 0. Brawler, first district; Thos. Mi.
irn, aecond ; Mart. V. Browu, third ; R. U.
rhomp8oii, fourth ; 4. il I urner, Blth. H.
II. jillry and .S. A Miles were nominated
for delegates at large. Gilfry was elected
77 to 3r.
The delegation 'if the second distfist.
axked lve, by Whiteaker, ta retire or.
ten minute.
Third district delef ates report Bonham
forjudge, W M Ramsey for Attorney.
lourth P. R Strone. attorney.
First II. R. llMnoL, Attorney.
Fifth MeArlhur, judge ; L B. lson.au
torny.
Second I. M. Tboiapsoo, judge ; S. II.
Hazard, attorney.
A resolution t indemnify sufferers by ba
Muduc wex was tatvted.
Lank XK.NOMIKATKO
Tbe repiUr order twin? I be nommatio of
ConcrrMinan. Lane wai ooioin.ted bvaccL
iiialiuu, wilb great tutUUsiaam.
FRRelDRNTIAL KLRCT0RS.
Pfwidentii! electors were nominated as
follow: II. Klippel, ol Jackson; W. B.
of Urant: K A C'ronin. of Port
land; G. K. fibiel. f Sjlwn ; J. M. Sliep
herd, of Baker. Klippel, LtsweU and Uo-
nio were the choice ol lue cooveuUoa.
CKNTRAL COHWTTISS.
Ttabpr. J. M.Sheohord: Benton. Milton
Shannon CAttcktm. G. A. Hardinir: Clat
sop. 0 F. Ifell; Columhia, H.N. Jfice;
i;oos, A. Ijebree; worry, j.a. ncneoor;
Douglas, A. A Fink ; Grant, G. 8 Uazle-
ii Japbann. K It. Foadrf ! JoapohiM. B.
P llnitvlaw' Lake. 0. A. Brooks: Lana
J. X. foiodexterf uaa.tf.n. weainernra;
Marion. loiS vreetrcw: .vaunuiuau, u.
B. Bellinger; Polk, E. JlcDaoiels, Tilla
mook. R W. Wiwoo ; union. A. vraig ;
rTm.i.H. J. W. ruilv: Wasco M. II. Ab
bott; Waahingioa, M. L Nicholas; Yam-
bill, w. T. Newby.
A rfiaaaioo ahont chairraao aro. The
question was t Shall the coovcntioo or me
coMBittea elect Dim T soiioer movea iei
lirum h tamnnrarr eLunnan 1 lost, The
p ( -
olwii.in nf rMrmannt cbairuaO WCl OOaoi-
roonsly for Boilings. He was. oo motion of
M'.st. V. Brown, elected by accumatioo.
Th Inllawinff rmolatioo WJ CVTiod :
KetlttJ. That io tbe ebserjce of say del
efmta from tbe national erent'ioo, Uif del
egates pieeat shall cast bis vots, . .
A resolution to move Conerees to indem
oify tbe sufferers by the Modes war wu
paiaed. , .
Salsm was agreed upon ss Its place for
th next convention. Rome fun followed
and the convention adjourned.
Governor Grover was loudly called for
and spoke happily, predicting success and
complimenting the convention. Mart. V.
Browo responded also. Henry Klippel
briefly pledged bis utmost for success. Oth
ers were called but none responded.
A Fatal Blow. Monroe, son of A. J.
Zumwult, met his death on Thursday at tbe
hands of Jas. CcCabe. The circumstances
as near as we can ascertain at this time are
that Wm. McCabe, a boy lourteen or llteen
yeara of age had a difficulty with Monroe
Zumwalt, a young man about twentyears of
age, who was staying with bis node, Elijah
Zumwalt,, in Mohawk precinct. On Thurs
day morning Jos. McCabe, father of William,
wai at the residence of Mr. Zumwalt and be
came engaged in a .depute with yeungZum
watt, ani picking op a lub struck him
blow ca, tbe bead knocking him senseless
He partially recovered aod wu takeo to the
honse, whoro be died at 6 o'clock ia tbe
evening, bhenff hakin went to Mohawk to
arrest Mr. McCabe yest-rday but he bad
left his .borne and could not be louod. It is
thought however that he will come In and
give bimsulf np to-dey.
II. F. Johnson, Esq., ia now canvassing
this county lor "The Qenteuial History of
the TJuited States;" tbe latest, aod by far
the most entertaining aod instructive, work
of that learned historian, James D. McCabe.
This Is a large book ol !)50 pages, sod is em
bellished with near 450 engravings aod por
traits of of scenes and men connected with
the birth and growth of oor nation; pictures
of stirring scenes io tbe rise and progress of
our Republic, aod portraits of those eminent
Sages, Statesmen and warriors who have
made the history which Mr. McCabe so
beautifully and graphically portrays. This
is not alone a book for this Ceotcnial year,
but will form a vuluablu addition to every
library io yeais to come. Etery one. who
wishes to be well posted in tbe history of bis
codotry should secure a'copy ot tbis work.
Henry Gale, after a brief end hot overly
succes&lul career as : editor of tbe -Grant
county flxprm, auiioiinces .bis retirement
from that position.
Notice to the . of H.
There will be a meetioeof the Lane Coun
ty Council P. of U. at the Odd Fellows'
Hall in Logene City en Tuesday, tbe 9lb
day of May, 18,76, to transact business ol
tbe utmost importance .to Ahi order. A
(tenerol attendance of delegates is regues'ed.
All fourth degree members, especially ladies,
are, by resolution of tbe Council, cordially
invited to attend. Jou.v Kfttxr,
President.
MA If HIED.
Anrfl ttth. br D. B. Orar. 0. IL Kirk and 111m
C. A. Drown.
POND'S EXTRACT Thouaanda of physi-
eiana of all acboola Allopathic, HotncDopathic, Bo
tanic and Eclectic-are In the habit of prescribing
Foxd's E&tbact and bear testimony to ita many rir
tuea aa a Fain Deatrorar, and to iti linot iniraou
lout healing proptrtiaa. Bold bj all druggiita.
gr The Natloual Gold Medal Vas awarded to
Bradley Rulofsou for the beat Photographs in the
United States, and the Vienna Medal for the best
in the world.
429 Montaomerv Street, Ssn Francisco.
JFer Male.
830 acres of land ; an excellent stock
ranch ; over 100 acres good plow land, will
be sold cheap. Enquire of
o. A. i.NT kb. ruotegrapoer.
Sleinhelser U still receiving vegetables,
etc. A fresh lot to-day.
Florence sewinir machines a warieU of
styles and prices, for sale by D. B. Gray at
fjlswortn s Urus store.
Wm. Preston has just received from San
Francisco a complete slock of good io bis
line, and horsemen will od many useful ar
ticles not heretofore brouuht here.
If you want a good pair of gloves, ge to
Wm. Preston, agency for tbe t3n Jose
glove manufactory.
Farm ron Salk A good lann for sale
on easy terms, within two miles of Cres'
well ; 550 acres ef laud, ull fenced, good
house on the mime, jk 400 acres can be
cultivated. If you want a bargain call and
see J. J. Waltun, Jr.
Buy your wall paper already trimmed ai
F. B. Dunm's. .
BCSINKSi- NOTICES.
Airenry for Wkbbkb, Cottagr Okm,
Shkrhan &, Hd aod other varieties ol
Pianos Standard Organs, and general
musirul merchandise 1). li. Cray, at Ells
worth Drug .Store. "
Settle went TTaated.
Having dicposedol the St. Charles Hotel,
this is to notify all persona baring claims
aeaiost me to oresent them to J. J. Walton.
Jr., for pymeut. All persons indebted to
me will find their accounts in bis hards tor
collection, sod they must be paid imuiedi
ately. Cm. Baku.
Retail Proaaea anal Prorlaloa market.
Tbe following are reuilcis' prices :
FLOrR- bid 00 14 50.
CiiKN ME At -Oi.oa ground, in bulk ia.
WlJEA l-Uwt wh it
0AT3-37r.)0e babl.
BKAS-I(Cnl. 53.
BLTTrR-r'iraUrclU.rr:.
COr'FKE Coita Rica, tc; Rio, it; Java, SI
gniund. 37.
CHKKHK-Orr.r.lJe.
C4NILE9- bx t 004 60.
K(;(;sli e.
POTATOEH oer bnahl. tl.
BACOX-tiidca, 11; Hams, lij 15c; Shoal
den.SltOr. :H It'k EXS-lf J $ tl W par inxen.
FI.HH-fea!nnfl.rbi., bi.h, 17; 0 kit,
15; bellWM,UBkito,ti 66 ;saekerel, V kil.ti;
codliph, eoaai. Ite. '
. LA RD-Tina. If bolk, lie.
SUUAR-8. f K. 164c; laUnl 10$15e; cnub
ed. IHe powdered. iOe.
8 ALT -Carina l.land 100 lh,l 75: Bay
tl 75; LarpOQl Dairv. 13; rr" l.irerpool, ,
TKA A hinct Urcan II Vi 4 t: Japan 75c
6YRCP Heavy Uoldra. K 00 V keg.
OILft DWs coai, 7jc; Liaatcd, boiled, 17;
Oi'na Not. tl.
CASNKD (KiOOa-O. Me; fiardmea 374;
raaortodjeiiiaa.fi: 4c; Ur CotJ.Wc; faacbaa
0e; Tomatoes, 370
SKNI lie. U hW. P. HOW LLL CO.,hw
York, Snr PaaapblcS of l pa. euutaiainr
ba of Mwiwii aa4 eaumaua abovng eoaS
o a4wtiaaf .
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PAftESTS.
Oilmore ACo.,tuoeaanrs to Cblpman, Hnsmer
v., ouiiciHiia, raienu procured in an oouut
inea. no ices in aavan.. No cbenre onlew the
P'teDt Is granted. Mo fees for maklnt Diellml -
nary examlnttioos. No additional feaafor ob-
taiuiDjr and ronduoting a rehearing. By a recent
ucvnmu m tuc uoromusioner an rejeortd applloa
tious may be revived. Bpacial attentlai Uan to
Interfereooe Casea before tbe PaUnt OlBce.iEx-
lanm.ins ieiore utngrem, lnlriuge eut Bulls In
diSerent Rtatea, and all liligatwii apparlainlng to
Inventions or Patent, bejd laiuu to Uilmura A
C'w. for pamphlet of sixty pages.
LAND CASfifl, LAND WARRANTS.andSCRIP,
Contested Land Cases nroanuted befora tha IT.
A. General Land Office and Department of the In
terior. Pi irate Land Claims, Mining and Pre-
cm von viaims, ana Homestead canes attended
to. Land Scrip in 40, 80, and ISO aore pieces for
sale. Thia Serfp Is aaaignable, tod can be located
In tbe name of the purchaser upon any Oorern
inent Uodsuulect to private entrv. at tl. Is bar
acre. It Is of equal value with Bonuty Land War
rania. eeno auimp to tilimore a to. rur pampn
let of Instruction.
ARREARS OF PAY AND BOUNTY.
Officers. Soldiers and (Sailors of the late war. or
their heirs, are in many casea entitled to money
rrom the Government of which Abey have no
knowledge. Vtiiita full history of service, and
state amount of pay and bounty received. Enclose
stamp to Oiloiore ft Co., and a full reply, after ex
amination, will be given you free.
PENSIONS.
All Officers, Soldiers, and Sailors wounded.
raptured, or Inlured la the lata war. however
slightly,.can obtain a pension by addressing Oil-
nun a vv.
Cases prosecuted bv Oil more A Co. hefoia tha
Supreme Court of the United States, tbe Court of
Claims, and tbe St utbern Claims Commission.
Each department of our bualneas Is conducted
In a separata bureau, under chime ef the same
experienced parlies employed by the old firm.
rronipt atu ntion to all business entrusted to Uil
more A Co. ia thus secured. We desire to win
suocexa by deserving it. .
Dissolution of Partnership.
rBfi PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
Ing between Alex Cunniinrhtm andUeorve
Cunniniilmm. under the firm name and style of
A. A 0. Cunningham, waa dissolved bv mutual
consul March 28th, 1X76, Ueo. Cunningham re
itirinc Alex CuDninEhamaseumeeaUTikhilitiea
of ttie.firin and la authorised to.colleot and receipt
or aeuts.dueaoe same.
ALKX. CUNNINGHAM,
UEUKUECUNN1NUUAM.
Junction City, April 22d, 1876.
Sr. CHARLES HOTEL,
EUGENES CITY, OREGON.
A. EENFBEW, : ; 2 Prop.
PR. RENFREW announces that he Is again In
poabeasicnor tfas old aud well-known
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Wblck baa baeo newlv furnished aod refitted, and
ii now opeu for be reoeptlua of guest. i
,,Bv tlua chabge in the ownership. Llteen rooms
It the ,
FIRE PBOOf BHICK BUILDING .
making fifty .rooms.. It tbe moat cemmodious
and best appointed hotel In the Bute south ef
8a m.
Thanking the public Sat past patronare. I so-
liojt a continuance of tte saota aod shall do all
for tbe comfort of guests.
FREE COACH II) THB HOUSE. .
A. It UNstftEWj
N
EW DRUO STOKE, Willamette street, sex
to jsrutow 1,0.
DEALXRS ur
DRUGS,
CHEMICALS,
OILS,
PAINTS,
GLASS,
VARNISHES
PATENT MEDIC WES, &o.
BrandieSa Wines and Liquor?
OP ALL KINDS.
In fact, wt nave Abe beet assertaunt (
actioies toune in a
FIRST CLASS DRUG oTOEE.
We warrant all at our drugs, for they ais al
stew ana ireso.
Psrtlon.sr attention Is called to our stock of
Perfumery aiiJ Toilet Articles
As we hare bought
OUR 00I8 FOR CASH
We can compete w'tb any entaMlnhmeat a
Sagene Cl'J in pm "aceomatosaitiQa.
Buy your goods w.i oo can
get the best and one set.
rrfKrirlicni Cirffuy Filled '
At all hours of the day or night.
OSIIUKN & ti
October d. . JOtf.
i late tarprevemeata rwder fbelTOEZHCC
L eere team ever the test lor ivmy ass.
. J,25 rLOaCKCB HACHISI3 ware
, sold en the Paetflc Coast la if it, aiargw
i aaBbersrohaidytbaawuevtrsaMbsre
i si any staar kind la asiagis year.
o
a
ca
SAX7ZL EUL, Agent,
QliflrruBSTatt,
fosaZitalfeS&t,
uirtuata.
TesZ SiEIEBAL HEBCHAWDUB U
f.C. HENDRICKS,
Well Improved Farm for Sale.
I W IVPROVZD F AIM af 0 tree. I
V a1r aaltiTaUoai: ail aa ler low and the im-
prumoMau ia roo4 eroar, iMtn wUI atU aa a
Urra. BtUiaudS aiike wee of Snw aa
' rA eJVanre t aaotk.
t AjTtr at thia effl-e.
K titers Is a FLORENCE . ,
Sewing Machine within onaaV
thouund mllea ef 'lXll
San FraMlite V ' '
() SVC werklnj
Wwell(lwi!lslt,th.
VXeat expense to the owner. a
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...... W..,fc NELSON'S
lnTproved Iron King Wind Mill'.
' ' (Patented Hov. Sth, IS7S.I
i, iiiL inu& rmciy ur luc
fFruit Grower, the Farmer, the Irrigator,
AND ALL 1 . '
WHO REQUIRE THE USE OF WATER.
There are several reasons why thia UU1 should be
p reierred to all others :
1st. It Is far more durable because It la all
Iron.
td. It Is Cbeaner because of Its slmDlicHv and
inability, and will outlast several Wooden Hills
Sd. It Is Lew ComDlloiited'. because therelaonlr
tbrve pieces of operating machloerr.
4th. It Is more powerful than anv other 1(111.
on account of the thin fan, and oousequent in
creased Miction of air. and because it ta operated
by an ecceutric, being far suierior to tbe crank
baft or rest pin, u a lifting and falling power.
Sth. It needs no care, ne watching. havUc
self-feediug oil caps and self-regulating vanea.
It regulates, protects and takes care of itself.
6th. It never warps, shrinks, or swells, hence
It is not liable to get out ol order. Once up, It
guea all right,
7th. It dues more work, was easier aud throws
a laiger body of water. It will submerge a larger
tract of land, with lKwind and In a shorter space
of time than anv other Windmill now in u. It
ma; be aet toiurn out of the wind at any desired
piessuie,.theie beiug a graduated lever for that
purpose.
8th This Mill took the onlv premium riven at
the California Huts Fair, ever Ihe many ethers
these on exhibition. '
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Mills and Coupty'rlgbte for sale by
Z. 8. MoMURRAT.
Brick Stare, tor, Willaindtc i Eighth Sa.(
EUGENE CITY.
A.V. PETERS & C04
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Are now In receipt of a Ttry large stock of
new spumii oobs,
Seleotsd wtth much ears from the ferre and beet
Importing nomas in Han franusoo.
" ; r Our Stock or
DRESS GOODS
la nnniuallf large and attraotirs, and eoraprian the
Terr lataat atxlea and noTelties, and of all grades
na prieee, so as to meet uio view oi an.
WHITE GOODS.
A large assortmsnt of K1rinm and Inasrtlnp, new
aau uoauuiui paiiarna.
STAPLE GOODS.
A laraeatooh of Hevhed Uualins ana lanane.
Tablo Jjpoui, Towelinm and Ilualaryi Cornata,
Uaaaksnbicsa, uue ana unou gcdura ib au grease.
WE WIX.1 f AT THB EIOEEST MABIET FtlQE
la eaah for aarammber of ponnds af
GOOD MERCHANTABLE WOOL
COUNTKY PRODUCE
Of every daseriptioB wanted, for whloh.we wkH pay
the aif best market price.
A.V. FETERS k CO.
xouruik and nrrkapiBaia' lABini
Oycvtad painlcM, no publmiy, al hoaw and without
JncoavantcDca. AnaaiidoMthiCHJoa in nenta.
bendsumcelorpamcuian, ViL iSj
Wathiagtoa Strict, Chicago, 111.
r 1 MAI Aa Oliatmrd wwk Vt
erftteMIUsUwiltn, ft SHstrsAj
srti.. iftUM sfiaouvrrtM ia Ikft
UUIMH wcifnewiil wpiodurtlow bow b
Wtej)TlaAKy In UM ntiTii rlsum, tvl ml iMiv
TOfAiif tod Biidtlie) fi4 bouiti mil tud rwm Iti H
smrjaLminsi infurnLaUMllL wKlrJl DO OfW can ftflord Us b Vllh-
vH om bow to ptrwt th hltla, nd cumplwtkm, i4
CIMIe) WM4 UrMU VM IfMOnMSi OT IrUUIAl UN fm
oolv tnja Maurvsun Uuum in Uw vorid. Ttj
bf MftlL T1m fcutbor any m sjofuulled Mnuii
wnaill oa suiv of thsianMsftj mantUnl In all work
H. A.O. QUM. m WaialngMBi m Valaasa, lil.
a ITDaVIM tft. UMlllUtll. alui4
rtTTTTT3 know m Owwrtihip Wu
l-W-l II II ft piUi rinr.U.lcll
AND al imuui n-m, Yw.
BOOKcECRETSsSwSS
IheMr nthin ind eon. Trtti ot til Wivti rWr
f ifMeUftinsy, thwtr OJtueva, japUnt s)twj msjsAtM lo eytiir
9d. oont4iM rlT jli) fssfsM eVnU U eutsiH In erwry ntw
fA. ftcnt by Mall vrtirrl Mefi-4 re rxnpt MAOrUs A4
M use) otur rwiij worm ion wort n lts iiio eve p-jtMito-
sfkiMaMetia. salttwllhtl LB ie?. A I
sjrrwfL im u. A. iv ii ap MAW jsvnimisuiASL.
Central Market.
Wm. Hensliaw, Proprietor.
TTEEP8 CONSTANTLY ON
"S3
A. HAND , .
FftESH nrEF.
1'uhh, nu i iui
' TEAL, CHICK EMI,
CUBED SEATIt '
ETC., ETC.
T11E CUEiFEST PLACE 0
The Paciaa Coaat for B0MS-VAt)8
BOOY8 AND 8HOE8.
A . .
GREAT REDUCTION l.f PRICES,
' J. h. donald!
m bow oa head err one hnndrtd and Bfty paira
ai Bouta ot ear 01 maa, war I aaa buual ta aril
muilltai nt mmt. and we are now Dnnaral to mtk
UmA to artar at U fuUowinf graatljr radooad pr
eaa :
Prawh Calf BotAa from SS ta S9 par pair.
Fraanei Ki boou tram Sa to Sv var pair.
Gtuiunje Kip Donu out to order lot SS per peb
AadallaUNWworkatanaallf low prtnaa. RpaK
isf Sane at abort Ww. AU work warrasMd.
ImOmi aad Fiadinaa fnr aala.
kaavahar tha aua t two door ftmth of A, T.
tawrt irs Brra avna.
I. kl. OVffALD.
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OPIUM
ami.
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mutual life Assc:iAti:;i
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OP PORTLAKO, -ORKGOX.
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WavfoondedlBthe year 1894, WltU a Capital
Stock of lOOjeOO', oa S Gold Oola Baals, and 1
ootperated aader tbe irws of the State af Orefoo.
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OFFICERS,"
n tv. i
aniaaan, rmiaeni.
OuACisascsa.yioePrealdesit. ' ' '
D.W. Waiariaui,So(ttar7. ' . -r
W. 4. LsbD, Tressorer. , . .
w. h. brriaosa, AttoroeT.
M. P.Moa,Msiiver.
:t . .-II-TJ.'
.' DIRECTORS :
P. itrasutHiM.
W. H. Errmaaa, .
WM. WlDHAM, , '
W..Lado, ,
L Warra, ',
K. OlTAOaaunraw
J. In AVIIKSOK,
St. r. MOMS,
v. w. watiriiLB, ,
TABLE RjtftES;
Ll POLIOICt.' "
! aTIYB AQES A . B. C. D. K.
A Ages between 1 A Ilaonaal prenilom..li 00
B " liAlu , ... .. ain
J- ' 10 A Si 1 ..too
D- " 1560 . - ' - , . t 00
S- " " M64 l w'-'tiH 1 .tM
0rt25 mar b prUd st aarons time, sa as
Ills policy, and no further Annoal Premium will
be required. nr any fuither payment, except for
Death Aaseeameota la that SDeclal divlaion as thaw
may occur. , i '
G.J. BUYS,
Local Agent' '
OREGON STONE WARE for
rale by , T.O. HKJJDRJCM.
TEtUUS OK 8UBSCJUPT4UJ! I
ait. ' IW, Ci-I. . A
m . M m v skMeji sli'A - sj
rranxLw.i's'wfiJDiicaio
fOSCAGB PAID.
l; !; l,
Rtank .aslie's Ill's'! Newspaper. Weekly, i M
Frank Leslie's Chimney Corner, i" " "dMi
t'hk' I Usiid'alnutrirteZeltujig. . A aq
The Pa rWSgs ' " 4 0w
Prauk Leslie's LAdj's Journal,. - 4 00
The Voune- American i 1 Aa
The Young American M i 1 60.
Frank Lealie'i Boyi' and Girls' Wesklv. ... i So
frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, "iH
,r raoa Leene a imj s stagaaioe, atonmiy. o SO
frank Leslie's Boys of America, . , , 1 ia
Frank Leslie's Pleasant Honrs, " ' I 0
Frank Leslie's Budget oIFua. "In
The Jolly Joker, , . ' 1A0
Prsnk Lenlie'sFamllv Herald. " Voq
iFrank Leslie's New, fork Journal.' " I 60
r rang Leslie's illustrated Almauao, i : 64
Piank Leslie's Comle Almanac, . y '. '. ' U
Every yearlv'subecrlbe?fl entUtcj besntf-!
ful Premium CbroBK'Wlth4aob pobiioatlon. Tha.
originals were designed end pelnteC exprealf fee,
our use, end tbe Cnrbnos are printed In oU,ei
actly reproducing, In wvsr fleUU the original
mtarplceaf art.? " ?.' i : . .
Description of .Chromes, Publication and GUIs;
with sample papers, seat on receipt of stamps . fet
ntora postajjet ' V " ,
: i ACaWiTtWANTBD.il v;'"-'
Address, AGENCY DEPARTMENT?, Vrintf
Leslie's Publishing Bouse, 617 Pearl Street, Me
York. (1- , -j ,
NEW ST Oil I
AT TBI ; i
OLD STANDs
F. B. DUNN,;
HAVINO BOUGHT THB INTEREST OF,
Mr Booet ta .he old firm Is now running the
utineaa alone at I be oM stand, where he will ha.
pi wed to see all Is old customers . ,,
B ring run th old stock down war low
stock 'nownea y entirely
NEK AND COMPLEIE
. Composed la part of nearly :
ETESTTHINU CALLED FOB,'
And I make taiecUItgJlo
HARDWARE, IRON ANU STEEL!
I wish U snake io- tMndBonrlsh.bat do W"
that Farmers can muss nearer letting all they j
mavwsntat mvsWre than at an t other eaUK.
liahment. I am also sgeM for BAWLET, DODO
A CO., of Portland, for all - .
Agricultural .-. Implements
ALSO, FOR PRINCE Ca"B ; ,
ORGANS AND MELODEONd
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Having bad sixteen Tears azoerlenee la hod.
teas here I think,! know tbe wants oftbe people.'1
- F. B. DIT1717.
QHwClfUIsIarsrpaaafaast-.. .
GROCERIES ft PRSttM
and MvRe tbe attention of Houaeke-per
. ' . T.O. HENDRCIM.
WACON8-T. 0. HENDRICKS 13 AG EST
br lbs celebrated
Sindebaker South Bsr.J Vz::3.
I' KLLlpbsWOBTfl A OX 1
STAFi B AK(- R Y,'
cm laMiif treat,
rEPooestantlyoa band, fresh , i
Sugar,
Tobaoee A Cigars, ' " Peatbei,
Svoflee,
Byrnp
caanef wwoea, . ,' rioasL .
Powdes.
Pennar.
Boap, K'BlarA,
knew, .M.s . lndles,
Commeal, ljf Caadles,
Mots, 'Lard Now,
Etov Cto.
l Ui ALSO '!'' '
Brtad, Caket, flei, Frniti tsd TcgtU.!ef
of every deacrlptloa, which (bey will sell cheap
for eaah. Tbakful for past favors we solicit A oow l
Unoanos of the same. ;
Goods delivered UanvMrtof the dtr free af '
charge. We are constant! reoeivine aewOooila
acd will satisfy oor eustccaers la regard to pnoea. '
PHYSICIAN .8URQEON
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DEUGGlSTs
a
OSee oa seal ride WlKematte street, near tcs
ner ol lib, adjoining law office of J. P. Brown.
Rperial atteotlon paid to dbeM af the Les,
and ail eaaea ot ehroeie diseases. .
Bxriaikose Sueena ia practice and s a
to hmineea.
A f A WO!TH-Aeen!a wamd r""
klhl Iwhare. Smtowtiu.io fit .
Vl f, , I I :la- Tlr')-Mirn A10'
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