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THE El'CEK! CITY GUARD.
SATURDAY, MAY WO. 1870.;
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
For Congress :
L. F. LANE,
Of Douglas County.
' '" For Presidential Elector! : '
IIENRY KLIPPEL, ot Jackson.
E. A. CRONIN, of Multnomah.'
W.B. LAS WELL, of Grant
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
' J. M. THOMPSON,
For Prosecuting Attorney:
' s. n. hazard,
r Of CO.
' ion UNE COUNTY TICKET.
For 8UU Seotton
A. D. BURTON, A. J. CRUZAN,
E. P. BEDFORD, II B. HAYES.
... For County laigt,
:! j J. J. WALTON, Jn.
I - 1 For County Commissioner.
! J.E. IIOLT, C. T. HALE.
.itur? c ; for Clerkt
. JOHN 0. DAY.
GEO. W. KINSEY.
For School 8uperlDteodentt
J. C. BOLAN.
G. R. IIAMMERSLY.
, . " For Coroner:
r - PUBLIC BPHAK1NU.
The candidates on the Democratic ticket
lor Lane county will meet their fullow-cili
xooi to discuu the Issues dividing the two
parties at the following timet end places, to'
Smitbfleld, Monday, May 29th.
Jsnctlou, Tuesday, " 30th,
Cottage Grove, Thursday, Jane 1st.
Creswell, Friday, June 2d.
Eugene, Saturday, June 3d.
The opposing candidates are invited to be
present and divide time.
On consultation of the candidates of both
parties It was thought the above appoint
meats would better subaerv the interests of
tie people than to make appolntnmuU In
each precinct on account of the very buoy
time among farmers. If there Is any place
not named above where the people wuald
like public speaking, the candidates would be
paused to meet the people by Invitation.
There seems to bo no doubt of tbo
election of Hon. Jobn M. Thompson
as Judge, ot the Soooud Judicial Dis
trict on the 5th day of June next not-
withstanding the lot that a number
of lo-oalled Democrats in Douglas
county have been laboring to got a
third, candidate in tbo field. The se
cret of this attempt ia that the movers
are Interested In a wagon road in
Douglas county which is in litigation,
and it is fearod that if Judge Thomp
son is elevated to the bench he will
decide the case acoording to the law
and evidenoo, and will mote out equal
- and' exact justice to all. This they
do not want, and they know from his
record and standing that thoy would
be unable to influeuoe his decision by
anything in their power to offer blra.
On the other band, in Mr. Watson, j
the Republican candidate, they would
find a willing tool, ouo who would not
be at ajl squeamish about fixing things
for bis friends if he could turn an
hoDest (?)' penny for himself at the
same time. Theso men who are in
tsresled in this road nave been very
busy ever since the nomiuitioa circu
lating the report that the Democrats
of Douglas eounty were going to run
Hon. John Burnott anyway. They
have sent messengers iuto the remote
parts of' Lane and Benton counties
with this story, and the chief eonrpir
ator has himself cone to the coist
counties to eudcavor to divide the
Democratic vote. Democrats in par
ticular should be informed of this trick,
and all goo4 citizens who .think that
the people- have rights which are
bound to be respected even when they
coafliot with the claims ol that syno
nym of - fraud, tbo average Oregon
"wagon road," should look at the mat
ter ia its true light- Judge Thomp
son is not pledged for or against aay
measure, while Mr. Watson is.
Gen. Joseph Lane delivered a
Democratic speech at Roseburg on
Saturday, tha Uib inst. It is said
thit bo has enlisted for the Centenni
al political carapaigo, and that be will
speak in qiile a number of places.
On the 18th of July M. M. Pome
roy, better known as 'Briok," will
commoDce at Chicago the publication
of a campaign paper to be called Tlie
Great Campaign. He gives notice
that unless the Democratic party nom
inates a greenback candidate on a
greenback platform, he will oppose
the nominee, and of course help the
present horde of dishonest officials to
retain their power four years longer,
at the end ot which time there will be
nothing left to steal There is, of
conrse no doubt but when this threat
shall reach the ears of the St. Louis
Convention that body will make all
baste to comply with the demands of
Mr. Pomeroy. . To make the whole
thing more lovely that great financier
and statesman should domand that he
be made the nominee.
The Sunday Welcome says :
Ben ITolladay is expected by the last of
this month or some time during the next
Whatever may be Mr. Holiday's faults no
one can drny his having been of great ser
vice in aiding Oregon's prosperity.,
It is high time to stop printing
suoh stuff about the mountebank who
undortook to build a railroad through
Oregon to connect with another road
at the California line and squandered
money to build the whole lino while
constructing 200 miles of it, in carry
ing Oregon for the political party
with which he deemed it most to bis
interest to affiliate. Instead of having
been ot great service to the Stale be
has retarded its growth and hindored
its prosperity by making a most rep
rehensible failure 01 what responsible
men tor the same remuneration weuld
have prosecuted to a successful ocd.
Give us a rest on Ilolladay's 'service.'
It is said that if the niggardly Diplomat
ic and Consular Appropriation bill passes
the Senate as it loft the House, the Presi
dent will voto it, and will, if. necessary, Jet
the entire service go for years, recall all our
Ministers snd Consuls, and so disgust the
people ol the country with Democratic re
form that a majority of that party would
never again occupy seats in the Home of
This item is being industriously oir
oulatod by the Radical, late Grant, or
garni, and it furnishes a first-class i
lustration ot the difficulties that beset
the Domooratio House of Represents
lives in its efforts for reform. Rather
than consolidate certain missions, d
iug away wilh unnecessary ones, and
thereby displacing some ot (rni'i
relatives, that expounder of the Con
stitution will let the cnliro service go
to destruction. It is a fair exhibit of
the prevailing Rudicitl policy.
That cantata of sixty linos written
tor the Centennial was suoh mineral
stuff that whou the New York Tri
bum published it, it ocoupiod about
one hundred aud twonty lines in apo
gizing for its infliction on its readers.
The Topeka, Kansas, Common
wealth, an intensely "loyal" paper, is
troublod because the Ifrmooraoy wi
have no candidate at St, Louis. Per
haps it would be well for this Topoka
man to go in with Brick Pomeroy,
Botwoon them they could probably
run the convention to their complete
The late Republican Convention
ol this Stato was a faootious body. It
That the best Interest ol all citlxens of
every condition and pursuit Imperatively de
mand the speediest return to a specie basis
of values snd currency, aud w bail with
gratification the act of a Republican Coo
great definitely providing for that end.
A Republican Congross tiokored
for ten years to figure the way out of
our financial difficulty, and at the end
of its exerciso the oountry was in no
better condition than at the begin
ning. That "act" is really a cause for
The Log l r Vicar.
The New York JiulUtm gives the
following mathematical expression of
the villainies practiced in the coun
Tim in 1SC0. Federal, SUie sad
Tun la 187, partly estimated
DinVrenc IMJ .SUO.OOO
Increase in total of all taxes, 815
per cent Increase in National popu
ation. 43 per cent. This tells the
whole story. There is nothing so el
oquent as these passionless) statistics.
I lie effect or this enormous increase
of our burden is th is logically set
forth by the above journal :
1. It ia driving capital out of the
2. It is shutting out foreign labor.
3. It is pauperising our working
4. It is cousoIiJaling aristocratic
The Ohio Democratic party hi en-1
. .. I ,
gsgud llaell as a WCi nurse lor ine rag
Wabhisgtox, May 1, 1876.
, The Bepublicsns in the Senate refuse to
agree to any of the retrenchments proposed
by the Democrats la the House. Each one
of the minor appropriation bills sent to them
has been amended op to the estimates made
by the Department!. The excuse is that
"the Douse Is crippling the public service.''
This is mere cant and intended for campaign
purposes. The republican orators will say :
"Look 1 The ex Confederates controlled the
Home ; they refused to appropriate sufficient
money to run the f overoment because they
bate if With these and the indiscreet ut
terances of a few men they will reconstruct
the rebellion, and clothing it in Morton's
bloody shirt, will endeavor to arouse section
al prejudices to such a heat that they, with
all their proveo thievery and corruption, will
once more be put in power. This is their
only hope. No party could withstand the
disclosures made by the House committees,
which show every department of the Gov.
eminent to be as corrupt as was that which
finally resulted in the French revolution,
which show that the departments only differ
io the degree of corruption, ss rotten car
caises differ in their smells according to the
degree of tbelr rottenness. ' The Republi
cans see this ; and it appears to them as the
hand writing on the wall did to the dissolute
king of Babylon, only no Daniel is required
to Interpret the "Mene, Ment, Tekel uphar-
Bin." Its meaning Is plain -so pluln that
"he who runs may read, and even a fool may
understand." And every effort will be made
by these wily politicians to avert the por
tended fate. Tbey will ase every effort to
cbango the issue from the Irauds and corrap
tioo, from the thievery and jobbery, which
have marked their eight years of power by
diatribes about disloyalty ; by bowling "the
rebellion is not ended ;" by frantic shrieks
that "the rebels are seeking to gain power;"
by pathetic appeals about their own loyalty
and by their assertions as to bow tbey saved
the Union. In this way tbey hope to escape
the well-merited doom whio't consigns them
to privacy and restores the Government to
the bands of men who believe in the doc
trices aud will follow the practices of the
Democratic founders. But the American
people are not fools. Tbey will not allow
themselves to be led astray by such shallow
devices. They will do what the founders of
the Government intended they should do,
that is, hold their unfaithful servaots to
strict account for their malversations; no
oue who reads the signs of the times with
judgment can full to see that the people de
mand, and will have, a radical reform. Com
mon sense shows that this can only be ob
tamed through Democratic success and
complete overturning of tbe party which has
been so long io power that it bas become
corrupt from center to circumlerence. As
tbe people have common sense, tbe result
wiH be that if tbe Democratic party is true
to itself and to its principles, sud does not
wander on alter strange gods, as in lbi2,
but selects from amongst tbe bright galaxy
of leaders some piao wbo is recoguized as a
Democrat from principle and by practice
that man will be the next t resident or the
United States. That is the only danger
threatening tbe Democratic party to-day
Some of tbe same restless spirits wbo oV-
vised tbe folly which resulted in such an in
glorious duleat in la 1 2 are still in tbe Quid
enffaimd ia a similar work. Thnv.liave call.
n a - -
ed a meeting to be held in New York on the
lota ol May, from which another Grecian
horse may be introduced into tbe now im
pregnable Democrat Troy, with the same
results ss followed when tbe stratagem of
Ulysses was adopted on the Asian coast
Democrats should remember that these men
are all ltepublicans aud are presumably la
boring lor the advancement ol that party
and Democrats should let them severely
Judge Cartter has decided affirmatively
as to the relevancy of tbe habeas eorpus to
the case of Kilbouro and he has been turn
ed over to the criminal court fur trial; what
action tbe House will take, if any, I will
not venture to predict; but if it should fail
to act, aud thus virtually consent that its au
tnority should be set at naught by any one
interested iu secreting and abetting thieves,
investigations may as well cease at once; (or
by such a course the House puts it out of its
power to compel a witness to answer que
lions propounded by its committees.
lte!knap appears ono or tbe most unmoved
spectators of his trial to be found among the
crowds that every afternoon fill the galleries
and cornders or tbe senate chamber.
Io the flirht over the appropriation bills
between the House and Senate neither parly
shows siijn of yielding, and the prpects
lor an early adjournment are not (Uttering.
Many predict that the first of Aueust will
still Bud Congress here.
It is said that since tbe Bolkap and Bun-
coo k exposure th IVeaident ha U'leu into
hi old tutiiU and linger long al tbe wine
cup. lienors is a terrible avenger. If lb
1 resident bas not got beyond its reach
through hardncM of heart, be may yet be in
duced to give nit for punishment the tnanv
uwciai (mere mil lurruunumg Dim.
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Late mail advioos from Europe
show a gonerally satisfactory condi
tion ot the Continental crops. In
'ranee, with a few exceptions, which
are not important, the wheat fields
give excellent prorniae. In Hungary
the crop make an excellent appear
ance, and vegetation is making vigor
ous progress, but some apprehension
is left about the possible ravages of
certain bugs, this being the quad
rennial insect year. In Holland,
abundant crops are eipected; the
condition ot Winter wheat is satisfac
tory, and Spring aowing, though late,
has been completed under favorable
circumstances. In Ureal lvUm, m
the Northern counties, the weather
has been eolJ and wet. Spring sow-
. I 1 T . 1 1 f
log lbs ween euoccu unuer uum
lie ceo Jitions. 1
OB ECO i
A docation party for the Methodist min
ister st FoMt Urove betted 884.
There bas Deed 21 bnildings commenced
io far this year in Albany, principally dwell
ings. VV. D. Halter, of Forrest Grove, his sold
his fine spaa of bones to Mr. Hamilton for
8600. This spaa of horses took tbe first
premium st th) State fair last yesr.
Taylor Reins' boy, on Gales' creek, Wash
ington county, got a gravel io his ear last
week. Every effort to extract tbe same was
unavailing. It is feared tbat tbe boy will
die on account of it.
A committee was appointed by tbe Mc
Minnviile Grange, on tbe Ctb, to make pre
liminary arrangements for a grand county
celebration, on th Fourth of July, 1876, in
some part of Yamhill county.
A boat was launched at Corvallis a few
days ago, which will be taken down through
tbe locks at Oregon City, on down tbe
Willamette snd Columbia, across the bar,
snd sround to Yaquini bay.
The Washington county Independent says:
"The Slate Republican ticket gives general
satisfaction to Republicans, while the Dem
ocratic nominee are praised by all ot tbat
faith. Indications point to a strict party
vote for State officers."
An Cantrell, of Benton county, last week
sold the fleece from his flock of .Angora
goats, aggregating near 1,600 pounds of
very fine mohair, which will bring the owner
a nice little sum. The yield of wool is
equal io weight to tbat from sheep, and
The petitions circulated in Coos and
Douglas counties for increase of mail service
from Empire City to Rosebnrg, six times
per week, have been forwarded by J. B. Un
derwood, special postal agent, to the second
assistant t'ostmaster General, with a strong
recommendation that said increased mail
service be ordered.
Mr. J. Henry Brown, of Salem, secretary
of the 'Pioneer Association, is having tbe
badges, to be worn by tbe members at their
oext reunion, printed, lbe material is
white silk ribbon, and tbe badge will be a
very neat affair. 'I heae badges will serve ss
return tickets for all members of the Asso
ciation, while visitors will probably be fur
oixhtd with a certificate entitling them to i
free passage home.
The East Uregonian quotes prices for
stock in Umatilla county ss follows ; Brood
mares, full American, 8123; geldings, 16
bands btgn, broke, 8100; geldings, 15 bands
nigh, broke, $ to ; geiuings 13 hands high
uubroke, 805 ; geldings, H bands high, on
broke, $50 ; stock cows, with calves, 811
without calves, $10; dairy cows, without
calves, 815 ; dairy cows, with calves, 810.
Steers yearling. 86 ; two years old, $8 ,
three years old. el 4 ; (our years old, 818.
ijheep, mutton, 551.73.
The committee of arrangements met in
the Senate chamber at Salem, Saturday,
May 13th, at 2 P. M., Mrs. J. F. Miller pre
siding, and the following members being
present: Airs. J. r. Miller, Mrs. Jobn
Miuto, Mrs. S. A. Clark, Mrs. B. II. Bow
man, Miss Clara Watt, Mis , Marie E.
Smith and Jobn V. Minto. Un motion, J
A. Baker was added to tbe committee.
Chas, E. Bray, of Porllund, was author
ized to rurnisb a band ol musto lor lbe occa
sion, and on motion Pete Emmerson and
.Martiu & Co. were authorized to open res
taurants on the ground, the charges per meal
being iiiinieu to ou cents eacn.
Mioties Clara Wutt, and Marie E. Smith
Hon. S. F. Chad wick and C. M. Cartw right
were appointed me commit'oe ou nuance.
The following committees were appointed
on the annual ball :
Honorary committee II0113. M. P.
Deaily, of Portland ; L F. Grover, Sulem ;
J. It Bayley, Corvallis; lleiry Conn, Sr.,
Koseburg; Lo. John MoUrukon and Uapt.
A. P Ankeny, Portland ; ('apt Medorum
Crawford, Lafayette ; also Hon J. Y. Nes
mith, Dixie; Hon. J. C. Tolman, Hon
Henry Klippel and Col. C. C Beekmun,
Jacksonville ; John Hudson, Esq , Astoria,
and Hon. U. S. Savage, ol the Halle.
Floor Manager Dr. J. B. Lee, Corval
lis ; Gen. Mart V. Brown, Albany : D. H.
looney, Jeffemon ; Ben. Strang aud John
W. Minto. Salem; Walter S. Moss, Oak
land ; Ed. Taylor, Astoria . lion. George L.
Curry, Portland ;
Reception committee Ell Livingstone,
Roseburg ; E. F. Thompson, Freeporl. V.
T.. Byron Grim, Aurora; W. S. Kakin,
hugene ; J. K. IJerreii, Albany ; T. C. Geer,
Butteville; Dan. II. Murphy, Salem.
On motion the sale of all intoxicating
annus on tne ground was prohibited.
Tbe committee then adjourned to meet at
tbe same place Saturday, May 25th. at two
o clock l . M.
MRS. J. F. MILLER. President.
J. Hi.nrv Browk, Secretary.
The "Son" on the Centennial.
The Sun says: Grant read his
speech, and his rrading was in an ar
tistio and captivating manner: and
to cap all a man tell in a fit during
the readme;, and m the confusion no
'jody could hear. Out of doors much
of tho walking had to be done in
the mud; many of the fences had not
been removed and on every hand
there was a lack ol completeness;
tho restaurants were inadequate, and
everything was eaten before a fourth
of the demand had been supplied.
There is a strong probability the ex
hibition will open on Sundays. The
soldiers are a mere caricature and
only fit to serve in a burlesque.
agner s march was a dead failure.
Baixoc's Mkuiin fob Junk. Th
Jan number of this excellent magazin i
issued, and is ss full of interest a ever. Ii
contain a continuation of M Quad's great
atoiy ol -Thai Taylor Boy." on of the most
rrniarkably eerie of the year, a thrilling tea-
yarn, quit number of nice domestic (to
ne, several piece of poetry, a doxeo or o
illustration. Patent Coupler's ho moron
department, a household department, sod
other matters of interest, too numerous to
mention. Published by Thorn es t Talbot,
23 IUvhT Street. Iteaton. at tl .11
year. aoJ lor a!e all over the country.
The II nAfs Vabirtim srMW-,al un. th
indir-non. ar lk Sut will drfJ, by
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""'j rt iic, isai is naa ov jnniwj ic
tit i tivlknao' cu. Conklm? and f'm.
rod ar. wrkina fc.rj for thai deci.io. bat '
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roiuou uppuaes is.
Biver and Harbor Appropriation BUI.
From the River and Harbor Ap
propriation Bill as it passed tbe U. S,
House of Representatives, April 10th
1876, we take the following :
x For the improvement of the Lower
Willamette and Columbia rivers from
Portland to tbe sea. $15,000.
For tbe improvement of the Upper
Willamette river, Oregon, $15,000.
For tbe improvement of the Upper
Columbia including bnake river $15,'
For the construction of canal
around the Cascades of the Columbia
river in the State of Oregon, $50,000.
Hurvevs are ordered in tbe bill to
be made of Coos Bay and Coquille
On April 10th this bill was read
twice in tbe U. S. Senate and referred
to the Committee on Commerce.
A Timet special dated Summitt, Miss.,
say information was received here last
oight of a row between tbe negroes and
whites at Laaral Hill, West Feliciana par
ish, near tbe Missippl line.. On Friday
night sboat thirty negroes went to the store
of a white man in tbe vicinity and called him
to the door end riddled him with bullets
A posse from Bayou Sara went out Satur
day (or tbe body. Tbe negroes would not
give it op sod a fight ensued and three ne
eroes were killed. Two white men are
missing. The negroes are gathered togeth
er and 1,100 are said to be in arms. Tbe
whites are goiog down from tbe neighbor
ing counties into Mississippi. A serious
fight Is expected.
Dr. tfag-e Caiarrb Remedy
is NO PATENT MKD1CINEUUMBUG
got up to dupe tbe ignorant and cred
ulous, oor is it represented as being "com
posed of rare and precious substances
brought from tbe foir corners of tbe earth
carried seven times across the Great Desert
of Sahara on tbe backs of fourteen camels,
and brought across tbe Atlantic Ocean on
two ships." It is a simple, mild, soothing
remedy, a perfect Specific for Catarrh ana
"Colo in ths Head;" also for Offensive
Breath, Loss or Impairment of the Sense of
Smell, Taste, or Hearing, Watery or W ak
byes, fain or Pressure io tbe Head, when
caused, as they all not nnfrequently are, by
tbe violence or Catarrh.
W Tbe National Gold Medal was awarded to
Bradley Rulofson for the best Photographs in tbe
United States, and tbe Vienna Medal for the best
io the world.
429 Montgomery Street, Ssn Francisco.
it wwted in erery eounty for
Fnnk Lenlie's Newspaper and
Magulnes, the oldeat eetabluhed Illtutrated Period
ical in America. They are now first offered to can.
rinen, who will, if they Moure an agency and ex
elusive territory, be enabled to introduce Seventeen
First-class Illustrated Periodicals, suited to as many
distinct tastes or wants, and, with the choice from
Eight new and beautiful chromos, g-iven free of coat
to each annual subscriber, be enabled to secure one
or more subscriptions in every family in their dis
trict. To skillful canvassers this will secure Derma.
nciit employment, and the renewals etn-h year will
be a source of steady and aamred revenue. Speci
men papers and 'ii t lilientl terms sent to all appli
eonta who name the territory they desire to canvass.
A'Mreas, Airenry Department, Frank Leslie's Pub.
iisuing House, 311 reari street, new xorjL.
TO llOCSEKEErEKS.-Among those who
have used the household remedy, Pond1 El
tract, scarcely t family ean be found in which it
is not the rule to keep it constantly oa hand.. The
one difficulty is that it ia so valuable in relieving
and curing in almost every accident a family is sub
jected to that the medicine is often exhausted when
an urgent and sudden use for it ariae. It is eco
nomical as to price, and important for the greater
surety ol having it when suddenly needed to bujf
tlielargestsise at 11.71. This bottle contains five
and one-half times as much aa the Me. sise.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
At Dunn's Old Stand,
TEEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
J V axsortment of of
Hack, Buggy & Team Harness,
saauies, vv nips,
Curry Combs and Brushes
And everything usually kept Ina first class Har
arm rnnp, fta.
rpo THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE LANE
A county tanners' Mercantile Amocialion,
Ion are hereby notified to meet nn WMtienU
June, Uth.atlO o'clock, a. m.. in Einai:it.
lor the purpose of electinn Board of Difeutot
and for the transaction of such other business as
may come oeiore th meeting.
... J. II. McCI.UNO, .
WM. KUftSELl .
in, piuinisais win oc received at ine omce or
t County Clerk of Lane eounty. Oregon, until
Wednesday the 17th day of May, 1S7B, for fur-
G-'-1 ,. 1 ....
uixiiing nuwriaia ana painting the Uourt Hons
in Kliirenn fitv In iMnl..M .k .n..!!..,:...
on file In the Clerks office. JOEL WARE.
j-i . 1
FIRST AND LAST CALL.
HAVING SOLD MY STOVE AND T1SWARB
business to C. Knrhrtilm anil mrnn-t tn u.
. win rcqueai uj persons UKieoteo to me by
account or note to call and settle the same at odo
or wey win D placed In bands furmllertinn.
H. T. HAYES.
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MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
! OP PORTLAND, OREGON.
Was fonnded In tha rear 1H9A. with a Cardial .
Stock or 1100,000, on a Gold Coin Basis, sua I
corpora ted under lbe lrws of the Stat ol Oregon.
: ( .:.,
. P. WAsseiMAN, President. . ;'
E. Quaciknbpsh, Vice President. '
D. VV. Waiipikld, Secretary.
W. 9. Lidd, Treasurer.
W. H. Errmoia, Attorney.' j h
M. P. Mobsi, Manager. . . .r ,
P. Wissikm ak, W. H. ErriNn,
W.8. Ladd, V7m. Wadbast ,
L. MTBIT, J. L. ATKINSON,
E. QUACMNBCSH, II, P. MOB8I,
D. W. Waibfikld.
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LIFE POLICIES", v
FIVE AGES A, B, 0,D,E. . -A
Ages between 1 & 12 annual premiur..$i Ot
B- " ' 12 4 20 " " .. 6 00
C- " 3035 " . . S 00
D- " " 35 50 " ' " .. 00 ."
E " 5065 " " .. t 00 ',
Or $25 may be paid at anyone time, on any
lile policy, and no further Annual Premium will -be
required, nor any fuitber payment, except for '
Death Assessments in that special division aa tbey
may occur. , , .
G. J. BUYS,
OREGON STONE WARE for
W rale by
T. 0. HENDRICKS).
Wntches, Clocks , and Jewelry
THANKING THE PUBLIC for their put liber
al patronage, we now Invite them to call on n
at our new room In Underwood & Co.' new brick
block, where may be found full assortment of
goods In tbe above line.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired In tb bsl
workmanlike manner and Warranted. ' i
"Willamette St, Eugene City, Oregon
HARDWARE. IRON and STEEL.
Hubs, Spokes. Itims,
Oak, Ash and Hickory Flank. '
NOBTIIItl'P eV THOMPSON, ,
PORTLAND, - . OREGON,' '
anl:3m ' ' ' '
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE!
WE REG to inform aur friends and the pnbll ,
that we have just received direct from baa
Francisco and the Eastern market
AN IMMENSE STOCK
NOTIONS. CLOTHING, - "
HATS AND CArS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by our Mr. 8. RossxblattI which wa
oSerat ...... , i i . .
REDUCED PRICKS. '
Parties will find It to their advantan to eal.
and examic our stock and price before porch- -
iug eiwwucre. . , .
Highest price paid for all k.nds of Produce.
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
Brick Store, eor. Willamette 4 Eight. Stt
A.V. PETERS & CO.,
Are aow In receipt of very large stock of
NEW SPUING GOODS.
Selected with much care from the btrest and bee.
importing oases la Ban rranciaoa,
Our Stock Of
Is unnsuallv larjre and attractive, and com prises ther
vary latest styles and novelties, and of all s nil eg
ad pncea, so aa to meet the view ofalL
k Ur i UNttnrat of TAvinfn &nd laMmnffl. M
sou ixsuuiiu panieru.
A lam shirk nf TlWlxiA Vnaliaa nA
Table Linasa, Towelinn and Hoaiery; Coneta,
EattlkeRaaai, law and Lines CuDara ia all gTadee
IF! WILL PAT THE EIOHIST KaSUT FKItZ
la eaah far any Bomber of poaads of
GOOD MERCHANTABLE WOOL' '
Of mry denriptkm vutetL for whfch"w will MT
A.V. PETEE3 k Ca
X TfTZ MATTER OF THK ESTATX f IWf
nr of eM xu of said Henry Hanu, drims
ksvia fx his Saal arnrnt aa iui Adnuaartnss.
it is thwfore evterad that MayUv, tho Sd oa, ti
alv, irs, be sad berety is sk apart far tha beanaw
of ot imiun. thereto and the flnal ettlaea Isai suC
I'rarUer of UoJ.As 1C. lbar.CoiBt, Jmif.
JAMm . btliWX, Atteraer.
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