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THE CITY 'GUARD.
sATinmAY. may,13, is70.;
EUGENE CUT. ORKGOX.' ':
For Congress :
m..M ... L. F. LANE,
Of Douglas County. .
For Pretidential Elector :
K. A. GT.ONIN, of Multnomah.
jW.IASWEIX, of Grant..
or SECOND JUDICIAL DISTR ICT,;
,i ., Fof Judgei :
J. M. THOMPSON, 1
? oriW , ;
For Prosecuting Attorney:
s. ir. hazard, ;
LANE COUNTY TICKET.
For State Senator:,
,i ;. . .
For ntnrtscDtut vem
XD.'EUUTON, A. J. CUUZAN,
HEDFOIID, li. 1J. HAYES.
;, ( , For County Jiidir.
j. j. walton, j.
Pc County Commissioners.
;:, J,E.1I0LT, CLT.HALE. ,
i: .,i i,. . For CWrk: ' ''
j,.,j,i..cunuAN., ,,, .
For Sheriff: ' '' '"'
4 JOHN SIEWAIIT. : i
, ,1 ; ., - For Treaanrer: ' '" ' 1
. 1t; ;,.:.. JOHN, 0. DA V.
vjit r ' For Aase or:
J,.,., GEO. W.KINSKY.-
,,! , For Bchool Superintendents
;'i ;a J. O. HOLAN.
tu 1" ' ' ' 'i For Purveyor: ' ' ' '
7 '' .'" it. It. IIAMMEItSLY.
, ,1, v. jf.u( Cu.oncr. " ' '
k"vM. owsley.' :
i I '"j.'i niit Ni'ii-iKiNu.
iThs eabdiilutus on tho Democratic ticket
for liano bounty will meet their follow-citl
zeoi to discuss tho Issues dividing tho iwd
I'tftii's'ftt the following times und placoa, to
initlfliilJ, Monduy, May 23iij. , .
" Junction, Tuosduy, " 30th,
Cottage drove, Thursday, June let
Crosweli; Friday, Juno lid. - ' I
Kugono, Baturdny, June 3d.
TIhj opposing candidates ore invited to bo
"present nd dtvldo timo. , '
On coniultutlon o the caudiilutvs of both
tiprt'es It was thought tho above appoint
iuodU would better euUcrye tbu intercuts of
tho people tljun to iimko appointments, iu
tim a iiong Liriiicrs, If there is any place
not named above' where tho people -woulJ
liki! public ttpttuking, the candidate would be
plunid to moot the people by invitation
1 D19K Williams uiftdoa Uttlo upoeci
iri Portland tho other day, in whiuh
''Tho Dotnocrntio members of Con
grefls'ftro f peddiiiitlho peoplo's monoy
arid tho timo of Conim-M' it) invcsti-
gatious and linntiu hp ninttors to
uisgraco tho lntioij, inroad oj logmla
ling lor tno good Oi tno country,
. 1 certainly is rv shatnolul stato of
aflitira that this Domoeiatio Houxr ot
lieprcsontutives elionld i; to nosinc
uuvuw nuiuug iiiu vuuupviuu nuu ibis
appropriation of tho people's monoy,
. whiuh ought to have gono toward
paying 'off tho national debt. Hut
such things are "legislating ior the
good of tho cation." This matter has
been going on ior about liftoeu years,
and, it is iuipoesiblo to arrivo at even
an approximate estimato 0! tho sum
of public money applied to personal
. uses or needlessly and criminally
squandered tor tho ostcimibte purpose
of eonJucting tho government dur
in toso years. A Kepublloah ad
tuinidtratiouLad charge of tho affairs
ot govcrumcnt during tho luto war,
and tormiuatod that matter to tho sitt
isfaction of a largo mfjoiity of the
pcoplo of tho Northern States, and
this majority re inlorced by bayoneU
cscd to oppress and control the votes
1 apooplo against whom they had
n6 longer tho preemption of a legit
iuiato use, has since sustained that ad
ministration, uotwiihstauilLg . tho
charges brought aaiut it. But with
the iuorcaso of timo cam increased
recklessness, until even its own voluo
uutaryi supporter beeaino aroused
and determined to make a change.
A Domocratio llouso ot Kcprescnta
Uro was elected, and it was expected
to'cnlightcn the people as to whether
tho charges made w ere true or false.
In this they tavo been hindered by
tliO l'rciideut and his cabiuet officer
in every possible way, and tho many
foul pools that have been exposed to
tip j.ublio gszo have been dmec-vercd
by ui'iiu strength pitted against strat
egy and determined oppoxition. Cer
tainly tliese thngi nrs a dijjraco to
tho nation, b :t 'ihe dirsco lies in
having au'a ll'xi tu unearth, rather
than ii the iinfarthiiij of them. It
ilr, WilliauiJ ex recti bo ilecttd to
Congressjie must strike soma other
chord than this: Tho masses of the
people desire reform, 'and no biddep
evil, in tho roauageiuont of govern
mental affairs can be remedied. J
THE bllOW OPENED.
On Wednesday last the graud Na
tional Menagerie was opened ' to the
public, at fifty cents a head, and the
chiefest fraud of this age of frauds is
now in full blast. Philadelphia is al
ter the lap'so of a hundred years fcbout
to get pay for her tender nursing of
ef a young republto and her Teraarka
bio affection for a broken boll, and a
multitude of other patriotio acts, with J
compound interest. She will squeeze
tho country and absorb the juice as a
child does an orange, and the victims
will go homd satisfied that nothing
can induce thorn to visit the second
centennial celebration.' The landlords
will kindly caro for and provide with
home comforts the multitudes of peo
plo who will flock thither, out of pure
ly patriotio motives for six dollars
per day. Tod and tons 01 produce
and manufactured articles seut there
lor exhibition will be. "sat on" by
judges who have not the slighest qual
fieations for the duties assigned them,
and tho almighty dollar will fill their
pockets and control their decisions.
The name of tho man who owned a
little hatchet in his boyhood and could
not tell a lie bo's dead now even
for a third term will bo used as an in
ducement to buy their wares by eve
ry one, from the wholcsalo merchant
down to tho vendor of peanuts and
mutton pies. Every articlo not stamp
ed "Centennial" will bo branded with
the namo of George or Martha Wash
ington.' Tho pious pros, pastor, we
mean, of Plymouth' Church will be
there, and Stlsan B. Anthony will take
especial 'pride in pointing out tho
places where st.e nursed tho children
of tho Pilgrims who landed with her
on Plymouth' Ilock, or used her slip
per as an instrument of torture to the
flesh of tho Uttlo red-skins, who had a
vloious lial'it of putting bendod pins
in tho old arm chair jn which Penn
was accustomed td snooze off tho ef
fects of too mu'cli ' ''lime juico" taken
with his inid diiy rucal. ' Samples' of
crookod whisky will bo exhibited in
goblets confiscated by the .latter, - day
hero of New Orleans as contraband
goods. . Tho noble red man and the
otcd togcthor and the post trader wi
bo near at hand to gather in tho alms
of the one and tho wnges of tho oth
cr. Grant will bo there, a living, tangi
ble evidence of the great advancement
mndo siuou the days ot Washington,
Madison and Jcll'orsou , in the selec
tion of persons to preside over this
nation, Williams will be there with
his jaw and will represcut tho depart
ment of juslioo of the Uuitod Stutos ;
on this occasion he will appear in a
ney hndaulet furnished expressly for
tho oecasiou, by the government, of
courso. '. Bccor Robeson will enter
tain tho visitors by a description of
how navies are made and sustained,
and how to piake them achieve great
02ns for a nation, Uichardson and
Spinnet will cluoiduto tho financial
principles upon which a republic must
rest to keep taxation at its minimum
an 1 still pay its old debts and create
no now ones. Belkuap w ill explain
Low a cabinet ofliucr can expend five
hundred thousand dollars a year on a
salary of seven or eight thousaud.
Schenck wi'l illustrate our mining in
terests, and Crcswell and Hamlin our
postal system. It will bo a high old
blow out, and tho city of Brotherly
Love ran retire from business and live
on the interest of its mouey when it
closes. Who can deny our greatness?
Tim New York Evfuuig J'ott of a
recent date in rtfering to tho proceed
ings ol the New York Stato Demo
crats Convention says that Seymour,
and not Tilden, was tho choice ot the
Convention for President. If tint be
true and tho New York delegation to
St. Louis have any chanoe of making
that choico felt in the National Con
vention, the Democratic party of that
Stato would do well to call another
Convention end select another set f
delegates. We can conceive of to
greater calamity that could befall the
Democratic party than the nomina
tion 0! Mr. Seymour for President.
While we may ssy there is absolutely
no danger that it will bo done, we
cannot forge! that conventions very
often do lbiigs that not even it own
members can explain satisfactorily to
Tue S. V. AlU says "the Democrat-
io mu I machine ' is now directed at
Morton." A little" good clean mud
wou.j naveatenaenry to purify tuat !
dirty statesman. He ha waMowed j
in nner nun so long tnati naj tatn
would be a relief to him.
It has been frequently asserted
that Grant never goes back on his
friends; and yet it was stated, recent
ly, that he' had requested Secretary
Bristow to dischargo a dozen or more
clerks appointed to positions in the
Treasury Department on the recom
mendation' of Babcock. The story
turns out. to be untrue. Tho President-,
Inmseli is authority; for the
statement that' ho has never made any
such request. In point of fact," he is
scarcely tho man to do anything of
the kind. No matter bow damning
may be the proof of misconduct, or
crime itself, on the part . of his favor
ites, ho makes it a matter of princi
ple never to desert them under any
circumstances! It is susceptible of
proof that, to day, notwithstanding
statements to tho contrary, "Boss"
Shepherd and Goneral Babcock have
as much influence with "the old man"
as they had two years ago,
A World Washington special says:
The testimony before the Committee
on Expenditures in the Interior , De
partment disclosed a condition of af
fairs in the Government Lunatic Asy
lum here which fairly curdled the
blood of those who heard It. Many
cells have only a bundle of straw on
which to lie, which is shaken up daily
as in a stable. One patient's bed bo
camo so fetid that it had to be carted
away, In somo cases the bones of
tho' patients wero literally worn
through the flesh. Many were cov
ered with vermin, filth and bruiseB,
It is believed that in several caseB
death was hastened by violence,
A dispatch from; Washington
states that every day's investigation
bythe special committee into the do
ings of ox-Attorney-General Williams
develops fresh infamies on his part
during his official life. Two of the
latest things discovered, which he
will be called upon to explain, ore as
to what became of $750,000, which
appear upou the records of the De
partment to have been drawn by him,
and concerning tho disposition of
which no voucher can be found; and,
second, why $5,000 of .Government
money was used to run Mrs. Williams'
son out of the country.
A New York lhrald special savs:
The: Administration people are flut
tered over tho pending investigation
0?,lU0 lunrsnai s omcu ai viuciiyu.
i1. ..-w.L-'a fifw,i it, .law ! invnlv-'J
l,niV fntltnr lii.lau' involv'"'
Several witnesses are suupicnaeu ue-
" - 1
f'oro GVil.'icld's Committee on the
matter. Tho object of the investiga
tion is to show that, while tho Depu
ty Marshals received only $1,000, the
vouchers cover in some esses as much
as $10,000. ..'.",
A JAruhl Washington special rcU
erates the story that Grant is strong
!y for Conkling, and has instructed
his friends to support him particular
ly in the South.
A New York Timet Washington
special declares that there is no truth
hi tbo story that Grant zavors Conk
ling and will use the patronage ot
the Government tor nun. lho rresi
dont will remain entirely neutral. Q
It is reported that the political
campaign is about opening in Louis
iana in tho eld style, unisons are
dragged nway from their homes on
Kb kin x charges, and the writ of the
United States Courts are omployed
to produce terror 111 the country par
ishes. The 7HAi' Washington special
says Kerr, in consequence of -continu
ed ill health with threatening results,
and by tho peremptory direction of a
council of physicians, has decided to
resign bis position as Speaker of the
House. His letter will be presented
to tho House tomoirow. Kerr has
declined a re election to Congress,
and if Ins health does not recover,
wul resign his seat in Congress. .
Tad's estimates are about $5,000,
000 under those submitted by llel-
knap. The appropriation for bar,
racks and military buildings is reduced
about a million, an I the appropria
tion lor the army very near the s-mie
amount as reported bv the House ap
CmroRNu roa Bljum. The Cal
ifornia Hebublicao Slate Convention
jave Mr. Blaine an unequivocal in
dorsoment for the Presidency, and
the delegation will go into the Na
liofisl convention strongly upporting
the Maine statesman for the nomina
tion. ' The New York Ar. thinks
that it is fortunate lor Mr. Blaine that
he tfrmwi thi strong support from
the Pacific slop, especially after his
langhter by the Massachusetts repub
licans. Tbo Committee on Foreign affairs
have leceived evidence that Schenck
received $5,000 and some stock for
service in getting a bill passed for
the Colorado Immigration and Land
scheme. T-is wa while St beock was
on t),e Ways and Mean Committee,
The proof ot it i understood to be in
tlie shape ot documoots over
I t OIIKGOIH ,
The Jacksonville Timet learns
that a boy
oamtd Coster w drowned iq the App!
gate Ia4t week
Lot Liver more declines the Bomioation of
the Independents of Umatilla county for
county treasurer. " '
Over $2,000 of stock in a city Ull to be
built at Corvallis, fca been subscribed by
the citizen of that place. '
An extensive religions revival is going on
at Monroe, Bepton county, under the the
preaching or lJcv-1. D. Driver, l 1 .
W. F. Ilill, of Coos Cay, bas been ap
pointed deputy U. 8. marshal lor the dis
trict 0! Oregon, by Marshal Waters.
Traveling by stage is so roue that per
sons passing through Jacksonville for the
Norlb, eogage nacxs 10 take tnem to uoas-
Denutf Sheriff Whitman left Fendleton
lst Sunday with the firm ot Maxon & Ker
ry, to be deposited lor tea years at tb ure-
A Republican convention for Multnomah
county is called to meet at the Court House
in Portland on Tuesday. Mar 16, 1876, at 1
o'clock F. M to Dominate a county and
W.J. Small, and John Pick and wife
were drowned while sailing 00 the Klamath
river near Linkville, Oregon, on the 3d Inst.,
by the boat capsirmg. 1 he bodies were not
recovered at the latest accounts.
It is reported that the question of land ti
tles bin ween the trustees of the W illume! te
University , and the Wilson hirs, ha t
length been amicably and irrevocably set
tled, the powers that b having receivd
quit claim deed to all property in litigation.
The first meeting of th board of fire del
egates of Albuny was held Monday evening,
and organized by the election of the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year: Geo.
Humphrey, President j Win. S. Peters, sec
retary. L. C. Uice,,trejsrer.'
The fire department of Corrvallis on Tues
day evening presented Mrs. II. W. Vincent,
of the New England hotel with an elegant
sdver castor, as an acknowledgment of the
yaluable services rendered by her in getting
up the elegant supper at the recent fire
men's benefi' in that city.
The committee having in charge the hang
ing of the large fire hell Just received from
Troy N. Y., hy Linn Engine Co. No. 2, of
Albanv, bad it temporarily pnt op last Tues
day. The bell weighs about 700 pounds.
and has a remarkably clear ringing tone.
. Instead of using strychnine 10 rid fields of
quirrels the furmnrs ol Deuglna county em
ploy calomel, having found it to answer the
purpose much better. It i rubbed on whent
and then scattered about where the squirrel
have their place of habitation, and only a
few .days tre needed to clear a farm from the
iiesls and their ruinous depredations. : '
Under date of May 2d a correspondent nt
Milton, Umatilla county writes: '('rop
are looking well in this vicinity. Within
the laxt two weeks there have been right or
ten claims tuken within one and a half miles
of Milton, and still there is room Tor others
to gel good home. The grangers had a
splendid time hero the first of May. The
In lependents will carry this county. We
re all getting very independent."
Tbo Coos Record suya on Monday of last
week. Iittlo Muggie. daughter of A. C
Rodger, of Empire City, was missed hy her
mother, and search heinr mule, her b"dy
was found Partly In the waterjjnder the
wiinri near Lobrves store, Efforts were
miide to restore her to lile but in vain. She
was a bestitiful child, a little less than two
years of age, and a favorite with all.
Samuel R. Irwin, the secretary and Port
land agent of the late Willamette Woolen
Mills Manufacturing Company, received a
dispatch from W. U. Griswold last Katnr-
day, the 6lh inst., stating that steps would
immediHtely be taken to rebuild the mills in
a'mbstantial manner Mi. (Jriswrld is him
ge.'f now en route from San Francisco, com
log overland. '
, WHAT -SHALL I TAKE! :-;
This is often a serious question with the
invalid. He fln.ls the market flooded with
proprietary uiedici.ies, score of which are
recommended as certain euro for hi pecnliar
ailment. He reads the papers, circulars, anil
almanacks, and amis each sustained C plau
ai ble argument setting (ortb iia virtue a (id
tpecific actioo. The recommendations ate as
airong for one as for another, '('be cures
claimed to have been wrought by one are as
wnnueriul as those claimed to have been
wrought by another. In his perplexity aud
doubt, the sullerer is sometimes led to reect
all. But it should be borne In mind that
this condition of things is one that cannot be
remedied. Jn a land where all are tree, the
good the truly valuable must come iuto
competition with the vile and wort hies?, and
oiusr be brought to public notice by the
same instrumentality, which is adrerti$ing.
In such a case, the only absolute proof thai
a remedy is what it claims to be, i to try it.
The "lest of pudding is the eating of it."
"Prove all things, bold fast that which is
good,' i the apostolic injunction 't here
may, however, b stronger presumptive eii
dence in fwror of ope remedy ti an there is
io favor of another, and this should be allow
d its due weight. A due regard to this
may save a vmst amount ol experimenting
and usttles outlay of money. As pre
sumptive evideuce in favor of Dr. Pierce's
Family Medicines, ihe Proprietor d sires to
lay, that ibey are prepared by a new and
Seientific proceee by which the virtue of the
crude plants and roots are extracted wubiwt
the use of particle of iilcohol. 'ot par
tide ol thi destroyer ot our race enters into
the composition of either hi Uoldeo Ked
cal Discoery or Favorite Precripuoo
Thi considera '.ion alone ouiht certainly to
nnk them bith bove the vile compounds
saturate -with alcohol, Jamaica rom, sour
ber. or vinrvar. which r evrrwhere ofrVr-
ed for sale. Again, they are of unilorin
trength, and their firiuee can never be irn-
purd by ee. They are also made from
In-ah herb and root, gathered iu their an-
propnate season, when ibey arw fn-so wih
nied cioat proiwrtie. In urwri of the
claim, the loilnwmg testimony 1 off-fed:
n. v . risaca, m. u: .Ntwaan. X. J.
JW Sr.-I have Soldi arvat deal ol
your e(vlint tui!ie, aud 1 prefer to Sell
them brlor others, because they give good
attfartioa to trux who term. I bear
anch remarks u ' Sage's Itwnrdv tnmiilt-ulv
enwd m: it it araVntlid 'June?: nr. I
rietcr'a l:cctrrT i kt what I wanted
I frel bettr than I ever did." One of oar r-U
hrmtrd singer Be it for strengthening ber
voice, en says -;hrr u nothing eqaala it
nd o I out hi git sceree ef remarks said
bout your prepru.s. A colorvd woman
wu tinf your Dweavary. o4 afier taking
three bottlee wai cun.U-t-! eared
k.ing ia the sior. mm) to o. "1 eoo't want
do d.M-tor 'roaod me so -lour M 1 ran rot
the Diseovrry; it k: il yoar doderv"
aBu so 1 m jni pooa.
I a. moat rMr-ctfel'y r -un.
ATI! A a CROOKS.
Cant Psrker' tag on the Coquille wss
launched 00 Saturday, A pi II 29. bhe w i
be employed io connction witD tue new uuu
on the toqunie. ,
u I.E.LIX. t bia Mammoth PuMihin
Boum, 937 VmA Street, New York.iaiuee aeventeeo
beautilullr illuatraUd newspapers and magwinea.
Mr. Lealie was the nrst In the United BUtea to un
jertakt tb publication of a weeklr illurtrated news
paper, an4 to him belonw the honor of being the
Dobliiher of The Oldest Illustrated Newspaper in
America. The person who ascures ue agwu.7 w
thess palileationa for thia vicinity, and will fivs
eitisens an opportunity of inspecting the several 11
sues and eopies of ths eight magnlSetent ehromos
the choice (ram wbifhl given with subscription
to slither of ths illnstrated weeklies, will havs a
han'tsoms and profitable business. Those papers
are well known, nd sell readiljr from 10 to 15 cent
on newsstands, and are now Srst offered through
agents toannual subscribers, with a valuable ohromo
which, to all loveraof art, is alone worth more than
the subscription price. An ansnal snbserlber to ths
Illustrated Newspaper receives during the year over
835 newspaper pnms. Folded to the sue of a large
octave book, tho subscriber would have papes,
nt,Hi t.. aw. nCuvi, luMtlca ot ordinarf sise. aav
4U0 pagns arn, anu one-oaii 01 mwi "'
contain tine engraviags, and for the centennial year
will make the moat aoourate and valuable, illustrat
ed History of the National Jubilee published. We
advise our readers, alter they have subscribed for
ths Guard, to secure one of rrank I.eslie'e illustrat
ed periodicals, and with it the beautiful chromo.
have used ths household remedy. Pond's Ex
tract, scarcely family can be found in which it
is not the mis to keep it constantly on hand. Ths
one difficulty ia that it is so valuable in relieving
and curing in almost every accident a family ia sub
jected to that the medicine is often exhaastel whea
an urgent and sudden use fur it arises. It is eco
nomical as to price, and important for the greater
surety ot havln; it when suddenly needed to buy
the largest tiie at SI. 7). Thia bottle contains five
and onehalf times aa much as the SOe. siis.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
At Dunn's Old Stand,
TTEEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
IV assortment ol or
Ifyck, Buggy & Team Harness,
saddles, W hips.
. ' spun, Halters,
.'" Curry Combs and Brushes
And everything usually kept In a first clans Har-
nes Shop. ' ' (a
rpo THE 6TCCKII"L)r.R OP THE LANE
X County rsiners Mensn lie AvocialKa
V on are hereby notified to meet on edicts lay
June. Uth.at 10 o'clock, a. m . In EineneCiiy
ior ths purpose hi eiectmir a uoard or uirector
and lor the tranaaeilun of such other business as
may coaie before the meeting.
: ' , JOHN SIMPrtON. .
WM. ROsSEL. .
Sealed pioimsul will be received at the office nf
t e County Clerk or Lsue county. Oregon, until
Wednesday the 17th day of May, 1876. for fur
nishing materials and painting the Court louse
in Kuicene City, in accordance with specifications
name ia the Clerks otlice. JOKL waku.
TN THE MATTFR OF TI1E ESTATE nf ncary
X lUgenuui, dai-eawsl, Chas. Lauer, Administra
tor nf siiiil cslnte of sui'l Tlonrr n---n, HiH-ensed,
iitivuig aiea iim nuul aiTount as said Administrator,
it is therefore ordered that Mon lay, the 3d day ol
July, I8;, be and hereby is set Spurt for the hearing
nf objections thereto and the Snal settlement thereof,
lly Older of lion. John M.lhnmiwnn, County Judge.
JAJlKd i UltOWN, Attorney.
FIRST AND LAST CALL.
n AVISO ROt.D MY STOVE A3TD TIXWARE
business to U. Iltubridge and expect to leave
aoon, I will request all persons indented to me by
account or note to call and settle the same at once
or they w ill be placed iu hands for collection.
a. T. UAYE8.
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our use, ana tue tnrnruns are printed In oil, ex
actly reproducing, In every detail the original
um-iericcei 01 an
Description of Chromoa, Publication and Gifts,
wiih sample papers, sent on receipt of stamps fur
roim u poeisge.
Addreas. AGE.TY DFPARTMPVT. Prnk
Uslie'sriiblhhing Houss,637 Pearl htreet. New
IV 12 W. STOlt J2
HAVIN1 BOUGHT THE INTEREST OP
MrrVottin he old firm ia now runninir the
isinens t'one at Ihe old irtuii). where h. will h.
sed to see all Is old customers
H ting ninth ild stnek down very low my
bow oca If entirely
SEJi: AND COMPLETE
. Composed In part of nearly
EVF.RYTIITNU CALLED FOR,
. , , Aad I auks a ipscadtyja
HARDWARE, , IRON AND 5TEELI
I w'sh to make no ra.nt Snn.l.K k. J.
that Farmera raa enrne nearer (rettm all they
wis? want at say svrs than at anv other eUb
lihment. I am .! cent lor HAWLEY, DODD
ca.,f PortUad.for all ,
ALSO, PORPK1XCE CO.'B
ORGANS AND ML'LODEONS
Having had sixteen Tears experience li boss
teas hers I thti.k.l laow the waala or.lhs petp:e.
w n call.
F. B. LTJNN-
NORTH FACITIO ;
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
Wa founded In the year 1894, with a Capital1
Stock of $100,000, on a Gold Coin Bute, aod la
corporaUd under tb lrws ef tb Stat ef Orsfo.
P. Wassirman, President.
E. Qcacisnscbh, Vice President.
D. W. Waiipisld, Secretary.
W. 4. Lsdd, Treasurer.
W. H. ErriNosH, Attorney. ; -
It. P. Uoasf, Manager. , , .,, . .
P. Warsirjiam, W. R. Errnrera,
W.8. LaDD, WM W ADBAV,
L. Writi, - J. L. Atkinson,
E, Quacksmscsb, M. P. MORS!, . ' '
1). W. WAISFIKLP. -
TABLE RATES.:: 21..
LIFE POLICIE8. .- ,
FIVE AGES A, B, C, D, S. . : ,
A Ages between 1 & II annual premium.. $1 00
B " ' 1J JO " " . . 1 00
C- " " 1035 ' " .. 00
D " 35 A 40 " " .. .00
E " 60 65 " " .. 6 00
Ort35 mar be paid at anyone time, en ut
III policy, aud 00 further Annnal Premium will
be required, nor any fuitber payment, except for
Death Assessments iu that special division 14 they
G. J. BUYS, : ; V
OREGON STONE WARE for
rale by T.G. HENDRICKS.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
BE WING MACHINES
THANKING THE PUBLIC for their put liber
al patronage, we now invite them to call on us
at our new room In Underwood Co.' new brick
block, where may be found a full assortment ef
goods In the shore line.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired In tb best
workmanlike manner and warranted.
Willamette St, Eena City, Oregon
CHAIN BROS. ,
HARDWARE, IRON and STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes, Itims, '
Oak, Ash and Hickory Planks
NonTiiucp ic Tnoapsorr, : '
PORTLAND, - OREGON. I
FOR THE ..
SPUING ifc SUMMER TRADE!
WE BEQ to inform ear friends and ths jrnblls
that we hav Jiw ii4 dime from aa
Francisco and the Eastern markets
AN IMMENSE STOCK
1 j :
NOTIONS. CLOTHING '
HATS AND CArS, : ' !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Paints, Oils, Etc., c
Selected by our Mr. S. RoeaxsLarr, which w
jaEDTjcED pricks. ,: 'X,
Parties will And it to their advantage to cols '
and examire onr stock and prices before parehas
Highest price paid for all k'.nds of Produce.
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
Brick Storp, tor. Willamette 4 Eighth Stis,
EUGENE CITY. V V
. v S
A.V. PETERS & CO.f
Are now In receipt of a vary larfS stock of
NEW SPK1AO GOODS,
Selected with much care from the larwMt aad bss
importing houses in 6an Francisco.
Our Stock of
DRESS . GOODS '
Is nnusnally large and attractive, and eompriM the
very latest atylea and noveltiea, and of ail rradsa
nd prices so as to meet the view of alL
A lrg UMurtment of TAsrinn and InjertUifS, ut
A larce stock of Bleached Mnalins ana Lmsns,
Table Linens, Towelinn and Hoajerr-, Conets
Dandkerchiefa. Lacs and Linen Collars ia all trades.
TE WIU PAT THE HIQEEST K1EIT Ttl&l
In eaah for any number of poanda of
GOOD MERCUIXTABLK wooi.; "A
COUNTRY PRODUCE "
Of every dearriptioa waatad, far wkisk'w wfl aar
Uekialntsiarlittpnc, , rT., '
V A. V. TETER3 ' CO
Notice of Dissolution 'T? f
THErARTjrrnsirrr heretofors txnr.k
incbetweea Jcarph esmibavT aad laaae oas--r
aader th Arm nam. aad style of Sawr
eVndm, waa dwuil Marca loth hy Bataal sms-
'"aa ty-aier. ntinnc J.efh etsratwiw a .
soma UtWiir.ilits7 the ! Arm. aa4 artaar
Jty ia authorued to eollo-t end rwr for SVoto
astaeaaaM. JOe-EPH STERSBEBO.
t , ISAAC fcE-NLBS.
JaacUoaCity, Marti W . l:.