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. MeiVase p(roiim of tubteriplion.
' VnrtrM. -Simple nnnodneehiewta Of births, out
.i.-wTand daathswill ba inaertM without char.
Oi.W" wiU chj"fld bt at the rate oflO
mqU per lino.
V , r (Mne ao reapooaibUity fat Tiewi expressed
MiurloeaiaiofthoOciSD,lBwimppen tor BtU
,, BT b obtained ot thi office.
CITY AMD COUNTY.
; Got Horn. Ueo. W. Bitter, bo u
, erreeted by Deputy Sheriff Hofcati, of Dong
u county, at this place last 'Winter Tai In
terviewed by reporter at Laramie from
which it it learned that Bitter, after skip
pb ont of Laramie, last lall, took'the Den
Ttr train at Cheyenne, proceeded directly to
St. Lonii, where be remained tea days ao
der medical treatment, then Went to New
York, with ft view of taking a ahip for the
FaciBo coast, bat not finding one ready to
.jail be recuperated hia health at Providence,
B. for abont ten days. He then tailed
from New York, aroood Cape Qood Hope,
tod northwTid to British Columbia ; bat
finally brought np at Portland, Oregon. Re
naining there bat a few days, be went eoutta
wird to Boseburg, where he was dbddenly
'accosted in the street with, "Qow are you,
Bitter?" by one McDonald, a gambler from
' Cbeyeooe. The fleeing defaalter was so
much disconcerted that he took McDonald
'lor ft U 3. detective, and offered to ilirren
' dtr himself. It happened that the city mar
shal was a listener, aod, going to the sheriff
of the county, asked him if Bitter 'was not
the name of the man for whom there was a
reward offered. He replied that he as, and
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(traigniwty aispaicnea a aepaiy naraua no
gaa in pursuit, bat Bitter bad departed, and
Hogao had ft loDg journey (or nothing.
Comiog back, he foond his man at Eugene
City, where he was arrested. Bitter says
that be had made np his mind to be a fugi
tive do longer, and bad telegraphed home
'for money to bring him back, the night be
fore bis arrest ' At any rate, be bad a
rstroog disgust for Oregon "mists," and told
'some of the web-footers that he wonld sooner
'live in the Wyoming peniten'iary than have
'a farm in Oregon. When Sheriff Brophy
reached that land of mud and mire, he had a
300-mile jonroey by stage from Bosebarg to
. Bedding, over the woret roads in Christen
'dora. One day tbey made but six miles,
having frequently to dig the horses out of
'the mud, and often the couch got over only
12 miles of mire per day. The reward was
'divided $200 going o the city marshal of
Bosebarg, and the remaining $800 divided
'equally between the sheriff and Deputy IIo
tran. who made the arrest. The expense of
'Sheriff Brophy's trip was nearly $800. Ex
amination was waved by Bitter's counsel,
TJowney & Kingman, and his bonds were
taxed at $13,000.
Th Kirxiso 0 ZfMtVALT. ffas. McCobe
tame to I6wd and ave himself into the cus
Ttody of Sheriff EAen last Saturday aid nn
'derwent a preliminary examination More
'Justice Brown oo a charge of murder. It
was concluded that the evidence Tvas odt of
Vk character to sustain this charge and be
was bound over in the sum of five thousand
'dollars to answer to the charge of man
slaughter. There was no evidence that Mc
abe went to Zomwalt'a for the purpose of
having any trouble with the deceased ; but
laving gone there young ZuiHwalt concluded
that be had come for that purpose aod a
Vjaarrel ensued which resulted in Zuinwalt s
'death by blow from a club in the hand's vt
An inquest was held 'over tile remain's of
the unfortunate young did by James F.
Browu, acting Coroner. The jury, after
bearing the testimony, rctdrned tte folloWidg
:' That the deceased, Albert Monroe Zum
vralt, aged 20 years, a netlveof Oregon.came
to bis death by a blow on the head by the
bandofJamea McCabe on the 1 "lb day or
April, 1876, in Mohawk Valley, Lane cutta:
V. W. Binjamix;
" ,' .'. . Joh Skimkhb,
; . j. b. r it,
; P. Wu:u.
. .'' J. M. Banci.
Gall Gits a Notic. A correspondent
W the Oregonian, writing from Canyon City,
gives Henry Gale fie lollowmg first-class
, notice :
VPeaave a paper started here, which it
'Wed an evidence of progress. It started out
witn very liberal views, and so went on for
ix weeks. Like the Saviour oo the Monnt
i Olives, be tried to fattier us all under his
ingi? but it occurred to b;m that he. Was
, getting spread ont rather thin, and at) be
' tdrned tbe Independents out of bit flock to
icratch (or themselves, so early in the Spring
ftnd rainy weather, too. Too bad, wasn't it?
tie raking lore to tbe Republicans as tbey
geefl. Very lasty and crow around and stmt.
I imees be thinks tbey will tell well in tbe
' China market in ft few weeks. Ha givea the
Democrats ft few crumbs of comfort. Tbe
r j nunoptfiill inir?ntt that
las five himself no uneasiness about tbeir
"US." At hit animal waa took weak Id tbe
back to earry ft UU. it will probably terva
topieoe ont tail inr toe wmuoi
did before. ,- ...
f Not Fixed. The water has been to high
daring tbe post week that tbe Mill Com
'faoy hu been uaable to repair the break in
-Uedam. The bole wu flopped oo Wed
peaday evening for ft abort tint, but while
tha workmen were gone to supper ft washed
out, and do farther attempt to repair H will
-be sad nntil tbe water subsides'.
Goiso East. Last Taely Mr. Jas. Eb-
-barta and wife and Stephen Edwards and A
C. Xidtola of thit eooatT left for tbe Eaat
Bcaito. The Salem Woolen Mills were
totaJlv destroyed by fire thit week. The
lost it estimated at $120,000, with an is
orasoa of about $69,000.
Jat. O'Meara is employed on the San
Chas. Lauer will leave New York for Eu
gene on the 15th inat
The McGibeny family are still concertis
ing in Ban Francisco. From what tbej pa
pars say, tbey are doing quite well.
Joaquin Miller's reputation it on the wane.
He shattered his fame as "a poet of nature"
when be cutoff bis hair, put ona'"biled
shirt," aod rolled down btt pantaloons.
The first number of the Daily kttorian It
on our table and ia a neat and newsy little
shout, and will be published every evening,
Prof. J. C. Arnold, formed of Eugene Is
the Candidate oo (he Independent tit ket in
Umatilla county for Surveyor. We are
pleased to see bim thus fairly started on the
highway which leads to booort and wealth
That Sunday school scholar who merci
lessly slaughtered Smyth's favorite five-dol'
lar cat, and from whoe presence the very
kittens "jump and skip away," would be a
good lecturer on the atthjeet of cruelty to
dumb animals he would know bow it was
himself. The following Knes should be re
peated to him at every meeting ol HtB Son
day school :
" No beaut thtt roami tha Tallty frae,
To iltirUter I oundemn,
TiuKbt by tbe power tuat pmet mo
I learn to pity Item.
We ar.- iudebted to F. W. Helmick, fhe
great mosis pubtiaber of Cincinnati, frir ft
new piece of music entitled " i oat Bauner
Hundrod Yeiirs Old." The 'publisher pro
doshs to ffive.'frea Of charce, five beautiful
photographVbf the different centennial build
ings at ruildderpnia, to every pnronaaerui
Ibis great Centennial song., Tbe'e photo
graphs lirt orth the price oflhesnng alone.
Th ("(dig and photographs Will be mailed
Iree, fipon Weipt of 50 cents, td any part of
tbe UiiiteS States. Address. JP...W. Hel
mick. music dealer and ipubhtilier, 278 West
Sixth Street, Cinciouati. Obio..
Cbop Pro8pkot. From what we'ean learn
from various pHrtiont of thit county there
will be about an average acreage of grain
sown with prospert for filly an average
D kleoatis. Spencer Butte Lodge No.1,
I. O. O. F, has elected as delegates to the
Grand Ladge, which meets thit month,
Messrs. J. J. Walton,' Geo. W. Kinsey and
Bon. F. Dorrit.
Yocal and Instrumental Concert.
Prof. Pierce, of San Francisco, with able as
sistance, will give a musical concert at Brick
Church Tuesday evening next.
Nominated. The County Ceotral Com
mittee had a meeting last Monday and nom
inated J. J. Walton, Jr., as a candidate for
Judge of the County Court.
Notice to the P. of II.
There will be a meeting of the Lane Coun
ty Council P. of H. at the Odd Fellows'
Hall in Kusene Citv on Tuesday, the 9th
dayof May. 1876, to transact busineea ot
'thn 'MttMRt iMooftance to the order. A
general attenflndce of delegates is reqnes'ed.
All fourth degree members, especially ladies,
are, by resolution Of the Council, coraiany
invited td attend. ooBn molt,
-L- m. Vy.k:Vil rinj iT,...l taa afcr0i4 ti
Bridle? ftuiofaon for the beat Photographs in the
Uuited Statea, and toe Vienna meaai ur me pch
Id the world.
149 Hontanincrv 8treet, Francisco:
8S0 acres of land an excellent stock
rancli j over 100 ani8 good plow land, will
be Sold cheap. , Enquire of
d ; A. W inter. Photographer.
Steinheisef is still receiving vegetables,
etc. A fresh lot to-day.
frlflrehce sewiriff machines a varietv of
styles and prleeB, for sale by D. B. Gray at
Eluwonn s urag store
tVm. breatori has Sust received from San
PraneiMO a complete slock of ffoo' l" in bis
line, ami hormnn wil find many nwlul ar
ticles not heretofore brought here.
. ft o(J warit a food pair of gloves, go to
Vm. Prt'Bton. agency for the San Jose
vor SiLa A aood farm for sa'le
on easy terms, within two miles of Ores
well 550 acres' of and, all fenced, good
boose on tbe same, aod 400 acres can be
cultivated. If you want a bargain call aod
see J.J. Walton, Jr.
Buy 6'et wall paper already trimmed at
' ' ' F. B Dt!f!ft.
ill SIXES N'OtiCEsj.
Bicker & Bovo have reduced tbe price? oo
fresh meats in accordance with the times,
and wil sell cheaper than tny shop in tdwo
Important i the Lailei.
Mui Jennie Macoavara. Portland, an-
nonntva to the adies of bngene that she
in nna a fftut c lass stock or Millinery
Goods at tbe rooms occupied by iliea Car
on of about tbe 4th day of May.
An opportanity u onerea to toe moiee oi
('nu-on. nl veitinv stvlish millinery at reas
onable rates. Tbe ladies will do well to call
early as tbe tifle will be limited.
Bespectroiiy. jixkii iia"aak.
Two apprentices wadted immediately.
Ajrency for WmbEB, drriAr,ii Ucv,
SngRiAH Htdi aod other varieties of
Standard Organs, and eeneral
tnosical mefchaodise D. B. Gray, at Ells
worth lrog Store.
List f Letters)
Remaininr ahcalled for io tbe Tost Office
at Eogeoa City, Or, May 6, 1876 :
Broa,iaCo !-'i.B .
Iwuct. Unit X.
LOTS, Jin IMMI
MociB, Joha C
WrOam, R O
&nth, Mr. M J
(Tvmr, Ida Bisa
Farm ib, t, V
Gnn, 6m H
Hnt, Kia M E
fwitb. i B
taitk, Thnmk B
Thomaa. K n Bumb J
A. i. FAIItEfOS, P. It.
Uetall Produce and Provtalon JHartveti
The following are retailors' prices I j
FLOOR 1( bbl 00 Q U 40.
CORN MEAL -Oiogoo Kround, In bulk to.
WHKAT-HMt white ao.
OAT8-3T60e bushel. ,
BKAK9 Ktail, 6s.
COFFKB-Conta Rica, 3ic; Rio, 29; Java, S3,
CANPLKS-V box ft 004 50.
POT ATOES per bushel, $1. . ,
BACOX-Sides. 12lo:riams.l!ia 15c; Bhoul-
dcni.8l(K'. . , n
C'H K:KE.N8 U 60 US 13 go per nozea. ,
PlMHK-lmnn phnlne.hr hl. Ill kits,
tl: beiriri. lh ft kiU.14 60 : mackerel. kit, til
codfish, coast, 16c.
LAUD liui, ltifc; hulk, 15c.
fel!CARrt. P. K. 164c: Island 10aic:-crufih-
td.rSc;-powdered, 50o. .-..! .
aii Tir.n.. ui.nl xi inn ,.! T5:'Bar
tl '76; Liverpool Pairv. Mi coarte Liverpool, 11.
i K A -llioice ureen i ou it ro; iiiya
BYRUP-Heav Colden.M OOtitcg. .
OILS Dtvoe'a coal. 75c: Linseed, boiled, tl;
ChrnaNut.tl . 1: j
CANNED GOODS-Oyster, 10c; Burdines S7J;
.vwuirted Jellies. H'iHc: Orwq Corn. 60c: 4'eacbea
60c; Toniatoes, 37io ;
XIEND JSo. to OKO. P. HOWELL CU., new
(3 Vork, ftir Tainpblot ot 100 put", conUtinina;
lisU of 3(100 newt piwrs, and eatnuatea suowuig cu
W. C. NELSON'S
Improved Iron King Wind Mill.
, (Patent! u. etn, inia.i ,
TliE TBt'E FniRND OF THE
Friiit Grower, the Farmer, the Irrigator,
. , A.MJ ALL.
There are several reasons why this Mill should be
preferred to all otbeii:
1st. It is far more durable because it Is all
2d. It is Cheaper because of its simplicity and
durability, and will outlast several Wooden Mills
Sd. It Is Less Complicated, because there to only
throe piecea of operating machinery.
4th. It is more oowerful than any other Mill,
on account of the thin fan, and consequent in
creased suction or air, and because It Is operated
by an eccentric, being far superior to tbe crauk
shaft or rest pin, as a lifting and falling power.
Mh. It needs no ca:e. no watching, havl.'g
self-feeding oil caps aud self-regulAting Taues.
It regulates, protects and takes care of itself.
fith. It never warus. shrinks, or swells, hence
It is not liable to get out ot order. Ouce up, it
goes all right.
7th. It does more work, runs easier and throws
a lai ger body of water. It will submerge a larger
tract 6f land, with leas wind and in a shorter snace
of time than any other Windmill now in uo. It
may be actio turn ont or me wma at any aesirea
pressuie.tbere being a graduated lever fur that
ffth This Mill took the only premium given at
the California State Kalr, over tllo toany others
there on exhibition.
PRICE LIST :
root Wheel.. Mo
10 " " 140
u " " loo
Mills and County rights for sale by
Z. 8. McMCRRAT.
its medical pweia
over tlio Human llnlr.
I his pie)HrHti(n enull-
uti's 6t'ivf und ban
Iniff, excitlnir a heal
thy a'tin uf tlia root
r the Hair, thereby
unDruvinir. ita arowth
ind Boant'y, of.it Is a
..lire preventive rur
iwMiiiM. and l7 its
' efpient use tiaes the
Mair to assiinie iu rur-
'iier hcaltlilul and bill'
itint appeamnre. Ita
eniler it IndiepensHble
bi a i'iy s loiioi,
1 hia oreiMratiun is
purely veritable. Pre-
INtrea anu sum vj
ENGENE CITT, OBEOON. t
A txi k wna on linnil and fir aale. a fine aiwnrtment
of rrnwim, trip, bruauea, shaving and toilet anaus
F. R. DUNN,
ITATINO BOUGHT THE INTEREST F
ll MrHcottin. heoldlrm is n-iw running th
isineas k'ooe at I he old stand, where be will be
p, ised to see all I old ciiKtmera
H ving ninth old stock dowo very low my
stock -Bownea ly entirely
JV dJYD COMPLY IE
Composed In part of .nearly
Ef EUYTHJNU CALLED FOB,
And I make a ipeeUHyIa
HARDWARE; IRON AND STEEL I
V ' - L. . L. MMtJ SAnrldk tnl An Ml
I ar.ai " aiB " . ' ,,
tinu farmers caa come nearer getting all tbey
may waos at iu r ami him t inn.,
Ii.hmnt. 1 am alan sscat for HAWLEY. VOVD
k CO., of Portland, for all
ALSO, FOR PRINCE A CO.'S
ORGANS AND 3IELODEON3
Baring had aixteea years evper'ew' la boat
reaa here I tbink.I know tbe wa&U otha people
tve m a call. '
F. B. DUNN-
A JfOXTTI Areata wanted rrr
Uera. Httilnaa tioc'rMa af,d fl r.t
-Jaa. rrt!"iianantrr. Al'a
. vi vviti a i.u.. eu umih.b'
AMERICAN AND FOMCIOX PATENTS.
Ollruore Co., succesora to Cblpman, Ildsmer
uo., nowiiora. raienta procured in an coun
tries, No fees in adr in.. Mo charge unless the
patent Is granted. No fees for making piellml-
nary examinrtiaus. Noaddit:onai fees for ob
taining and conduotlng a rehearing. By a recent
decision ol the commissioner all rejected applica
tions may be revived. Special attention given to
Interference Cues before the Patent untce, 1.x
tensl.ms tvfore Conirms. Inlrinza ent Suits In
different Btatea, and all litiratiait apptrulnldg to
inventions or rateutt, send stamp to Wunoie &
C'e. for pamphlet of afxty pages.
LAND CASES, LAN'P WARRXNTS.am) SCRIP,
ContesUd L's.tid Cities prosecuted before the'O.
P. (icneral Uud Ofne and Department of the In-terior-
Piivate Land Claims, Mining and Pre
Em (ion Claims; aud Homestead caes attended
to. Land Scrip in 40, SO, and 160 acre pieces fur
sale. This Scrip la assignable, and can be located
In tbi name of thi purchaser upon any Govern
ment land su'dect to private entry, at 11:25 per
acre- It Is of equal value with Bounty Land War
rant. Bend stamp to Uilmore 4 Co. for pamph
let of Instruction., ,, ,
ARREARS OF PAY AND BOUNTY.
Officer, Soldiers and Sailors of the late war, or
their heirs, are iu many case entitled lo'biuuey
fiom the Government of which they have no
knowledge. Write full history of, service, and
state amount Of pay aud bounty received. Enclose
stamp to liUmort i Co., and a full reply, after ex
amination, will be given yoa free.
All Officers. Soldiers, and Sailors wounded.
ruptured, or injured In the late war, however
slightly, can obtain a pension by addressing Uil
more & Co. ., , .
Cases vroneculed by Gllmore k Co. before the
Supreme Court of the Uuited SUlea, tbe Court of
Claims, and the 8 utbern Claims Commission.
Each department of our business is conducted
In a aeimmie bureau, tinder rharge of the same
experienced paities employed by the lid firm.
Prompt atuntion to all buaiueas entrusted to Gil
more Si Co. is thus secured. We desiro to win
success by deserving It.
Dissolution of Partncfship.
TI1R PARTNERSHIP HVRETOFGRE EXIST
Ing beiwi eu Alex- Clifioinpham and George
Cunningham, under the Arm name, and style of
A. & U. Cunningham, was dissolved by mutual
conNent. March llh. lnTG. Geo. Cunningham re
tiring Alrz Cutiufiigham assumes ail liabilities
of the firm and laauthonxcd to collect and receipt
for debts due the nine.
Junction City. April 22d, 1878.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
A, RENFREW, ; : Prop.
DR. RENFREW annouaces that he Is again In
poabession of tbe aud well-known
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Which bas been newly furnished and refitted, and
Is now open for the reception of guests. ,
Cy this change In the ownership, fifteen rooms
Inths. ..... . - . . ....
FIRE PROOF feftICK BUILDING
making fifty rooms. It the most commodious
and best appoiuted hotel in the State south of
Thanking the puhlio ror past patronnre, i so
licit a continuance of tte same and shall do all
for the comfort of guests.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE. "
OSfilUUN & CO'S
NEW PnUG STORE, Willamette street, nex
to Bristow X Co.
PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Brandies. Wines and Liquor?
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortment t
articles touno in a
tfiRST CLASS DRUG 3TORE.
We warrant all of our drugs, for they are al
new and fresh.
Part!cn.ir attention tabled to onr stock or ,
Perfumery anu Toilet Articles.'
As we have bought
OUR' GOODS FOR CASn
Ws can compete w'th any establishment
Eugene City in prk t ' acoantiqodation.
Buy your gmfdsvLi, . ilcau
get the bestairfl che . eat.
rrtscrii tircft . Tnrcfuy Filltfl,
At all hours of the day or night. - '
OSBU11N & ti
October d.. - Wtf.
1 Lite Impreveaents render thsIXOEEICE
more than ever tbe sen wr lamiij w.
1 J,268 FLOftEHCB JUCHiswJ were
sold on the Pad Sc Coast la 1 674, s largsr
, ofasjetier alaa laasmgieTtw.
19 let l3l!23EtTjSlttt,
Well Improved. Farm for Sale,
. .... r a ti f ifla . mm fM ami
CJ-.,- KHud I milea waalof Wwa aad baa a
I fxai outranc lor fUp t.
I Applr al UilS crftf.
If thers It s FLORENCE
Sewing Michlns within onsaVa .
I thousand sillaj of -yr J '
() Vl worklnj
aut sxpenst to the owner.
SAMUEL HILL, Agent a
r . ., 03
Alargeatock oo hand and I will to
. ILL WOK " WARRANTED M
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth
,'lMease'call and see for yourselves before
Bltictistiiithihg, Wb6(t Work
7 ; MccORmOafcs
HAR VESTING MACHINES!
, ' . '
PATtMEflS Of LANE COUNTY,
money any longer in looking at, discussihg or buying Third arid Fourth rts
Machines, but go straight lor the BEST ONXY, and WTy HcCORMICK'3.
More 'than Thirty VearV Experionco In Porfbctirtg 'and Manufatsturina1
them has proved it, ni over Two ITdndhkd 'raocsASD ;
Fabubbs have indorsed them to be such. ' ; , ,
Sft'ilitrpst this aubicct well and then no and look., and your own good
-" -n "
Fenso aud iudgment wfllltiad you to
plasm, . ECGKNB CITY, OREGOJT. 4
Alr Arrpfnt Tor inline Wagons. Wheeler's Jride'rJcfidc'ntRea'per, and C&U
improved uay iiases,
mo ti-ct nppMrn rnrt THE
d?ho Largest Stock of Gbo'dB
fttn STOCK OF
lias bwn lawljr Increased and ws can allow
Handsome a line ni rracj msiir guuua m
MEN'S AND B0Y3 ' : .
Itirsincss and Dress uits,
As can be found In the county . sird as prices that
f-:l , - .ir..
vauuuk iau iu wusii
ntm .... u . ..
DRttSS GOODS. t)tPARTEANT
'la wallflllp'lwlth asnlt'naidaaanrl all the
leading styles and fashionable sha rs goods.
FinnfoRt Clnflis. ,
. . Mohair
American Dresi to'bds,
Plaid. Plain and Onera Flannels of all colors.
Bleached & Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SUA1US;
Robinson & Church,
SIIELF& HEAVY IIARDWARL
Bcs, Selcdcd Stock in
OKf SUV, and ISTKlPf BA1K aUaUTgspcad.
ilf cured: psiniaas, no publicity, at doom and wuaout
ioconvoKnca. Ao antidot (hit lands on its aurits
Srod mmpi for parbculan. DH CARLTON, Itj
wasoiogua ssao, vucafo, in.
Via rjhattalcd wrt trS
m, a pnat apaaMior
hi ttafTtaa sudnMe
Elatfaabhl OB tha larilartafl
eftha miuiI rritn. Ma abuaH.
VIx-ototim ia us
r wni urn
balndv hippy in U married ralaUea. Mala and Mala)
youiia aud mUMla agd shouia Rad and DnamHiS
cunlaiiM Inhnmlloa, which doom eta attora lo ba VIIH3
out 1 on how 10 praatm tha heaiihi and ouoiplnloB. and
(ivtto ftulrd chwka lha Imahmw. ot rottlai th bt and
onlr irua Mirrlai. Qoida In tha world. Prlaa lOanita
by Mail. Tl auUuif may ba eontullad aanonall arhy
mall on any oftha.nhWU mirtUiidlii hit wurk ihlraia
f. A. O. QUX, ia WaAiBgumaUOuoaio, IU.
HtauiuMUMaa,!!,,. ruam-Ofa ah.,
. loewulir of HmslitHi
keiJif of Rrpmslrirtto.
tfieair fMtur nd ort, Trrtli tm 3l Mvy Wmkmh, i1
Si-ot. sVntbf kail -t uiTiy ralfti on nAvi BU
rrH. lr. (f A- IIoilANNAN Hvilh M Jlli
Ot I Un, L .l.l.li.kuit 1 lafrf
Wu.' llcnslmw, Proprietor,
KEEPS ' CO NET A N TLX : OH
FKESI BKEFl . " '
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VEAL, CHlCHKJfS, : " r
THE CHEAPEST PLACE OH
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Tbs racifle Coast for HOME-KADI
DOOT8 AD SHOES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Has nnw 00 baAd, evaraa bnadreA and Iftr fairs
of Krati ol onr para sink, which I am bouad to acd
ii -. . .M m. nmnarwl La maka
Boots to ordsr at UwfuUowiii freaOlr raduead piV
Frnw-h Calf Boots from to W par pair.
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ru.tnraia Kin UonlisavU to onUay ior H V pair
A ml all othor wort at a-ioaUf ,"w fjwa- Mr
Ins; nona a hdhi 1
Leather aod Fiailinn for aala.
HvmcBiiar tlia stmailC twa doors Bouth ot A. V.
retars a 1 -a urica avorw. . . .
J. H. OU5IALD.
GEOCEEIES tSt PROVISIONS
aad mvlte tbe attention of HoseaepT"
WAGOMS T. O.HEKDEICK3 13 AG EST
for tbe celebrated
jStndcbaker South Bend Wagon.
ordar of the Best Eastern Ttobar throogboaC
EVERT RESPECT, lit Ttir Prices.';' ; '. jt
and Oak Streets, Eitobb Citt. ' hrt
purcbailofr elsewhere ' . ,u ' .
and Carriage Painting done
W. W. ESPE.YVj.
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dotit tt'aata vou tiretferus . tirtto tnd
ea " , t t .
buy a McCORMICK . Machmo everjr
. m a.aati eavavaa 1 a a. , ,
MATHEW WALialS. aeni, r.
fiPMVd AND BUMMER TRADB '
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All Colors. . .i i ;U
Trunks and Traveling ; SMcf.tTi.
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..... ..Ia tha leading Sty lea ,., U v
. OIL CLOTKS, for, Floor and Table 1
BOOTS , & SHOES;
We .wotildycs.ll special .attention o, oor, stock,
Wens and lipys' Soo f ra.ncisco uopu,
Mi-h w hava anld for a .nnmhar otrtASS.,
with great aatfifactlou, .Ttvety pair warranted.
' a eompltestocror , '
Plows . and rarmiim , Uttr.sl!i;
CHOICE TEAB. v. ., : u XJASNEP U0OX.
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. FAMILX. GROCERIES,,;
. i.i . at eitonlehlmrlr towirateai .. . . .
LIVEItPOOL AND CABatEH l8LAP,f UT?
Ilighest price Tor all Kinds oi proaooe sums
WOOTJ. - ?
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VTAVB rOB BAtf
tJ AT THB
RATES i. , -
Iron.rHeel, i ! 1
a soar .. ...i
. Aatlla, ':
' Cable Chalaa,
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' Table A Pocket Caller
, uuas, riatoia; . . 7
.' Ammunition, .
- We Invite an et ami
nation of onr goods
'.onfident ' mar prleea
will suit tbe tlajee. , t .
x killIkoswohth a coiv,'
STAR. B A KERY;
KEEP constantly in hand, fresh '
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8nirar, Tobaooo A Cigars, , Peecbee,
Coffee, ' Canned Ooods, , ' Plume,
Bynip, ' , Cheese, ' Powder,
Boatii. - Btarcb, Pepper, m
Bard Ineak . baft, , ' Candles, - '.'I
Commeal, t. Oandlse, (i
N"uU,- lAfd,-. .Flour, , , .
Etq.Eto. ' ' j
.1.1. 1 Atao 1 r i -.
Bread, Cakt,,' JTcj,' Fruits and TegelabltfcJ
otevery dMsrlption; which they will eeB uheap
for cash. Tbakful for past favors we solicit coo
tinqance of the tm.,, . ., , , ,. - ... ,.-
:Unode delivered to anv part of the eltr free at
cdarire. We are constantly receiving new Goods
ard will eatlsfy our customers in regard to priceav
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Ofdre on eaut side Wills meW street, bear eoe-
ner of 7th, adjoining law oSiiM of J. V. Browaw t ,
RpeaJal attention paid to diseases of the Lunge,
and all cases p) ehronlc,dlaeaaea. , ... . j
KraatiTU Kuccese la practlee and atteaUoa
to businraa. '
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Bred by M. bYUEj Jr.;
. NAPA. CallrbrnU. ' '
Brows Tarkars, waiirhina: to kba aarti. fmdasi
Gaaaw, amirbiof frian 40 r fO IU. i pCT pais.
Brahmaa, Cevboraa, Oapieaia; Fa
lua Dncka.aTeraanna lft Vw W
lua., and boat of alt . tt
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Alao-A due aaanrtmanl of flfeoaa, Sabbitt,
UniDaa fowls and Ferrwla, .. u . . . i '
1 Any varletr ot fowls deairad fanportad. ....
roOSvtni, tonams, fraah at4 wall packsd, kw
sal at D-odaraU pnoas. .
tkaJ for TJIostratsd Ofmlar, and IMee 1H, Id
. hi EYRE, Napt. Cul..; .
Oaranslpt of Weenta is atamna, I will fnraiaSV
iiwium gnpr of ma rii.1.111.., w
UlnaaraVMi sz pace swain it, m iwnariauHi wwr
tj in poultry mattrra in ti.a U. H.; aivt tfIlly tha
heat Poaltrr Juaraal pabUabad. sulaxwipUoa oavlr
Flaaaw staU vbara Jon saw this ad ml i aw at,
TRY IT I TI7E T.O. HEXDCICK3 BBAKD
of SOAP, ror sale only br
PBODITR OF 8VEBI KMD TAKEK
in ar'hjoga tur rm-t .:.-,,,;-T.