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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1876)
IT . . .nanU ef BubtleatloH
i&WZZ Vsbovkri trojrrs o.k
'UJ.rt Afltr tubttribtri namet imli-
aiatnle announcement! of birth, nur
H'Sto b. inserted without cW
ITno'wipon11'1" for Tiews .xpressed
M."7eoS-oth.OeB, In wrapper! for hull
"fttBtsHiNO. There lires in this county
mm who, if reporU are true, iecun detor-
Dined to "extinguish" bimoeli. About nine
Mn be preienaeo iu uug uhuoou, euu
i buna by bis wife swinging in noose by
tUneek. Sneeot mm aowu, minaiuir, per
pi, that he was id earnest. At another
time, some years ago, he notified his family
that be was going to shoot himself, took op
, nn and went out doors ; in the darkness
of the night he fired the gun, kicked around
(while, and then went into the house in a
ttrribla rage because bis family did. not rush
out at the sound of the gun to see him die.
Hut winter two or three 01 dis cnuuren one
might were at a party In tbe neighborhood.
od he went to toe oouse wnere mey were
od asked them to "come home and see their
father die." They went, and in good time
fee took np a gun, placed the muzzle against
his forehead, bis toe on the trigger, and
but he still lives to be the joy of bis friends
and family. At another time or a dozen
of times fot onght we know he bade his
friends a final farewell, to'leave tbe country
forerer; yet he remains, acomfort to bis wife
nd childreb. Ilia lost reported perform
ance was taking strychnine. He stood with
teacup in one band, and was very dilligent
y stirring something in tbe cup, when bis
wife said: "My dear, what have you got
there V or a question of that kind. He an
swered, " stbtchnink ! H and with a terrible
gulp slung tbe cold pizen into his vitals He
still lires, however, to interest and amuse bis
frmily with future antics. When be com
mits suicide again we hope to be able to
chronicle tbe fact.
Sodden DEATn. A Cottage Grove letter
dated May 17th says : "Our village was
thrown into considerable excitemeut by the
sadden death of J. M. Underhill. He bad
been complaining for abont a month with
phtbisic, and so annoying bad tbe disease
become that he concluded to go east of the
mountains. He went to Nat Martin's yes
terday morning, and while there was taken
with a sort of paralytic fit, which lusted un
til this morning, when death ensued. Mr.
Underhill was 43 years of age and a native
of Maryland. He was a man of sterling
qualities, a genial gentleman and an honest
' anan." .
Cataract Rkmovbd. F. M. Pybutn if
Junction City has been under treatment for
some time by Dr. Alverson of this place for
cataract of the eye. For a year or two past
Mr. Pyburn has been gradually losing the
eight of his only eye having been blind of
one from birth. This spring when be placed
himself under the care ol Dr. Alverson he
was enable to read or to distinguish the sex
es across the street from him. He is now
able to read ordinary print without difficulty.
Tbavel Acboss tub Cascades. Mr. S.
Rigdon, of Pine Opening, in this county,
furnishes the Mercury with the following
statistics of tbe travel on the military road
leading from Eugene City across the Cas
cade Mountains, to the Klamath and
Goose Lake country, during the year 1873 :
doing east men, 502 ; women, 108 ; chil
dren, 182 J horses, 879 ; wagons, 174 ; cattle,
3521; sheep, 5,426. Going west men
440 ; women, 123 j children, 166 , horses,
774 ; wagons, 164 ; cattle, 25 ; sheep, 11 ;
Euoi.vi Bbidor. Messrs. Miller & Son
having got everything in shape, began driv
ing piles en the east bank of the river (or
tbe proposed bridge at this place on Thurs
day last. A portion of the timber is on tbe
ground, and the Messrs. A brains are sawing
oa the remainder, and tbe work will go on
without Interruption. This bridge will be ol
great benefit to the town, and a blessing to
the farming community on the east side.
Resigned. On Friday of last week Hon.
John M. Tnompson tendered to Gov. Gro
Ter his resignation as Judge of the county
Court of this county, which was accepted
and, on recommendation of the Democratic
county central cotauiittee, J. J. Walton, J r.,
was appoioted to fill the vacancy.
(Public Smaiino. Governor Grover will
:addraas the people at Junction City, in this
county, on Saturday, May 27th. at 2 o'clock
r. od tbe peoding political ossnea. All
-are cordially invited to attend.
Conuact Lbt. Meisrs. Lne t Co. be
ting the loweiH bidders were awarded the con
tract for painting tbe court bouse; tbe build
ing ia to receive two coats of white paint,
Inside and out, and tbe seats and doors are
to be grained. The contact price is 8025.
Wool- Portland papers quote wool as
YoHowi : ' "Choice Willamette .alley, 16
18c; commoo, 13l5c; Eastern Oregon and
"Walla Walla. ll13c, all according to qual
ity and condition." We have h ard ol none
being offered in our home market as yet
- Slight Chasgk. On Mnoday. May 8th
tbe mercury reached 84 degree above uro.
Oa Monday, 15tn, it was at 41 a difference
of 40 degree in a week.
. Sklltm orr at Cost. Owing to tbe late
teas of tbe tenon and mj abort stay ia the
city, I offer beta, trimaxd aod nntrimmed,
t coat for one week. Ladies are invited to
call aod exam ioe tbea before buying else
where. At the "Bazar," comer Sr -st'a aod
Willamette streets. S. IRWLV,
for Jin:s MacsaXaia.
Sheep shearing is lo order.
Tbe indications are that "the winter has
Judge Thompson still lingers In the coast
The Lane and Benton canal project seems
to have fallen through.
Chas. Lauer is a passenger on the steamer
now en route to Portland. ; .
Mr. Andrew McCaulvof Walla Walla has
been in town for several days.
Before election a man is in the hands of
his friends ; afterward they are in bis.
Miss Wilson commenced a private school
ia the Henderson school bouse last Monday.
The true American, this Centennial year,
is too proud to beg, too honest to steal ; be
G. W. Ritter," the Wyoming defaulter, who
was arrested here, was acquitted on the 12th
inst., as a telegram of that date says, on
Gen. Applcgate was announced to speak
in Portland last Wednesday evening. His
new deal didn't work. Belter get a new
deck at once, General.
A large number of burners in this county
nut in lust Sunday nt work in their fields.
Under the circumstances there much good
Christianity shown in working.
On Monday, 8th inst, a man named An
drew Finley, a man of an unsound mind,
was in Fall Creek neighborhood, Lane coun
ty, making inquiry for the residence of 8. P.
Brock. He was shown the right course, but
b'cnme lost in the woods, and wandered
until Tuesduy evening, when he found his
way to the vicinity of. Mr. B.'s house, where,
in a very famished condition, be was rescued
Iroma terrible deatn Iron starvation ana
. i 1 . .L.
exposure, lie nan oaen exposea 10 iue
weather, with no blankets, fire or lood,
since Monday moroiu?, notwithstanding tbe
efforts of tbe citizens to rescue him.
Received Yesterday Yesterday Stein'
heser received direct from San Francisco a
full assortment of those extra nice French
Brick Making. Messrs. Friendly and
Chichester have let to a man recently from
the East a contract to muke two hundred
thousand brick It is a remarkable attempt
to do something towards a revival of our
our business interests.
Oranges, Lemons and Limes received to
day by Stbiniieiser.
Grand Lodoe Officers 1. 0. 0. F. The
Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. on Tuesday last
elected the following grand officers for the
ensuing year :
R W Grand Master. J N. Dolph.
R W Dept. Grand Mustnr, 0 N. Denny.
K W Grand Wurden, W. J. Snodgrass.
R W Grand Secretary, J. M. Bacon.
It W Grand Treasurer. I. R. Moorns.
R W Grand Representatives, A. G. Wall-
. a l -1 r. 1 a.
ing, long terra ana a. u. oiruve, euorv
Not Coming. From an item in the Sul m
Statesman it appears that Prof. Gutch will
not come to Eugene to take charge of the
Stato University. That paper says :
Tbe numerous personal friends as well as
tbe patrons.of the Willamette University
will be pleased to hear that Prof. T. M.
Gatcb will remain as President of the Uni
versity another year, satisfactory arrange-
nvnts having beeu made between the Trus
tees and himself Mr. Gatch is unexcelled
as a teacher and to lose him would cause
Bincore regret with many patrons of the in
stitution. Notice. All persous having business un
settled with the estate of S. Ellsworth, de
ceased, or are indebted to tbe same, will save
time and trouble by meeting the undersign
ed at Eugene City between tbe 3d and 15th
of June, 1876. R. Eakim,
Atl y tor Adin'x.
California vegetables in full supply at
Florence sewing machines a Tariety of
styles and prices, for sale by D. B. Gray at
Ellsworth's Drug Store. '
Piano Tl'sino. Prof. Siochemier will be
in Eugene in a few days to attend to the re
pairing and tuning of pianos and organs.
All work warranted. Leave orders at
Notice to the P. of II.
There will be a meeting of the Lane Coun
ty Council P. of U. at the Odd Fellows'
Hall in Eugene City on Tuesday, the 13th
day of June, 1876. Joiim Kkllt,
Steinbeiacr is still receiving fre?h vegeta
bles, fruits, nuts, etc., by every steamer.
Wm. Preston bus just received from San
Fraucisco a complete slock of good in his
lion, and horsemen will find many owslul ar
ticles not heretofore brought here.
acres of land; an excellent stock
over 100 acres good plow laod, will
be sold cheaD. Enquire of
A. Winter, Photographer.
Steinheiser ia still receiving vegetables,
etc. A fresh lot to-day.
Buy your wall paper already trimmed at
" . F. B. Dim ..
Agency for Webbsb, Cottacb Gem,
Siierax k Hyde and other tarietie ol
Pianos standard Organs, and gwral
tnnocal metcbAndise 1. B. Graj.atElla
witrth's Drag Store.
Becker k Boyd bve reduced tbe prices on
'reh meats in accordance with tbe times,
and wil sell cheaper than any shop in town
Fabx fo Sale- A good farm for sale
on easy terms, withio two miles of Cres
well ; 550 acres of land, all fenced, good
bouse on tbe same, aod 4X) acres cao be
cultivated. If you want a bargain call aod
see J. J. Walton, Jr.
If yon want a f ooJ pair of gloves, go lo
Wm. Preston, agency for the Ssq Jo
Retail Prod nee and Prorlalon Market
The following are retailers' prices : " f "
FLOUR-V bbW 00 It SO.
CORN MEAL-OttfKon ground, In bulk to. I
WHEAT Beat lt H5o.
BEANS Hetatl, So.
BUTTKIt Fresh rolls, 3"lc '
COFFEE Coata IUca, i'Ms; Rio, 29; Java, SI
ground, 37. - -i I t ,
CHEESE Oregon. M e. '
CANDLES- V box ft 00$t 80.
EOUS IS e.
BACON tiiden, 12ic;kUtnt,lJiO 150 SbotW
dori.8liio. . ' . 1 ,' t i
CHIUKENS-$2iO SJOOperdnsen. f 1
FISH Salmon, choice, hf bbla, 17; 60 kits,
Mi bellies, iSftkita.ts 50 ; mackerel, kit, M;
codfish, coaM, 16c. ' - ' ' i ' ' ' '.J
'LARDj-Tina.ltilojbulk.lSc. . .. , '
8UGAR-8. F. It. liijc; bland lOQlSe; crush
ed, 18o; powdered. 10o.
SALT -Carman Inland $ 100 Ita.tl 75; Bay
tl 75; Liverpool Dairv, S3; eoane Liverpool, tl.
TEA -Choice Green tl SO A lb; Japan 750.
8YUUP Heavy liolden, 5 00 V keg.
OILS Devoe'a ooal, 75c; Linseed, boiled, tl)
China Nut. II.
CANNED UOODS-Oyater, 50c; Sardines 371;
vwtorU-d Jellies, li'.'ic; GrQ Corn, 50c; Peaches
50c; Tomatoes, 37io
SEND ISo. to GEO. P. HOWELL t'0.,Nw
York, for Pamphlet of 100 patre, containing
liata of K0 newnntuura, and eattmatua allowing cuat
of advertising. , . -
NE W STOIt J2
AT Tilt! " . - j.
F. B. DUNN,
HAVING BOUGHT THE INTEREST OF
Mr Scott In .he old firm is bow running tbe
uaiucss alone at I he old stand, where be will be
p, taed to aee all la old coatnmera
B vine run tb ild atock down very lew my
stock nownea ly entirely
NEW JJYD COMPLETE
Composed In part of nearly
EVERYTHING!. CALLED FOR,
And I maka a ipecialtyjn
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL I
Iw'Jl to make no grand flourinh, but dona?
that Farmers can come nearer getting all they
may want at rayatore than at any other estab
lishment. I am also .igent lor HAWLEY, DODD
& CO., of Portland, fur all
ALSO, FOR PRINCE & CO.'S
ORGANS AND MELODEONS
Having had nlxteen years experience In bud
itaa hem I think 1 know the wants ofUhe people
'tve me a call.
F. 6. DUNN.
W. C. NELSON'S
Improved Iron King Wind Mill.
(Patented Nov. 9th, 187S.)
THE TftUE FU1END OF THE
Fruit Grower, the Farmer, the Irrigator,
WHO REQUIUKTUE USE OP WATER.
There are several reasons why this Mill should be
prelerred to all otheia:
1st. It is far more durable because it Is all
2d. It la Cheaper because of Its simplicity and
duiability, and will outlast several Wooden Uills
3d. It li!,es Complicated, lieoaiisetherelaonly
three piccea of operating macliinery.
4th. It is more powerful than any other Mill,
on account of the thin fan, and consequent in
creased auction of air. and because it la operated
by an eccentric, being far superior to tbe crank
shaft or rest pin, as a lifting and falling power.
5th. It needs no ca:e, no watching, bavhg
self-feeding oil cap and self-regulating vaaea.
It regulates, protects and takes care of itaelf. ' -
6th. It never warps, shrinks, or swells, hence
it is not liable to get out ol order. Once up, it
goes all right. , . i . .
7th. It does more work, runs easier and tbrowi
a laiger body of water. It will submerge a larger
tract of land, with Irowind and in shorter apace
of time than anv other Windmill now in nsei It
may be aet to turn out of the wind at any deoired
presume, there being a graduated lever for that
8th This Mill took the only premium given at
the California State Fair, ever tbe many ethers
there on exhibition.
9 Foot Wheel , 1120
10 " " ; , 140
U " " 160
Mills and County rlgbU for sale by
Z. 8. McMCBIlAY.
S iU medical powara
itt the Uumsn Hsir.
1 his pirptration erwli-sU-a
Hrurf and iMo
1ruff, exritinir a W&l
thy artiun of th rant
of th Hrr, thereby
iinpr"Tiiiir it growth
a4 Uuuitjr, sad ia a
wan prereiitive for
'alilocM, aud by its
rpqiHmt oa mine Ui
Hair to smnma its fuf
twr healthful and bril
liant appeanae. Ita
-rx celled properties
ttl it IndispcrjaaM
to a IrfT loUet.
purely qretabla, Pra-
pana ana sua of
ESQESB CITT, OEEOOX.
Also keep obi kaad aad (oraala, a flnaaaaortaMat
of man, atrapa, braahaa, abaTuif aud luM aoaf
PB CE.1EHAL iUtUCIIA.'VDISE Go
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PATENTS.
Gllmore & Co., succeaaors to Cbipman, Hoamer
A Co., Holiclton. Patents procured Id all coun
tries. No fees la sdvan,. No charge unless the
patent Is granted. No fees for making pietlml
nary ezaminrtions. No additional fcea for ob
taining and conducting a rehear! ng. By a recent
deciaion of the Commissioner all rejected applica
tions may be revived. Special attention given to
Interference cases betora the rateut Ollioe, Ex
tensions before Congress. Intrinire ent Huita in
different States, and all litigation appertaining lo
inveauona or f aienta. rieud stamp to UUmore
Co. for pamphlet of sixty pages.
LAND CASES, LAND W ARR A NTS, and SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the U.
ri. uenerai bana umce ann uepanmeni or the in
terior. Pi if ate Land Claims, Mining and Pre
Em tlon Claims, and llomeatoad cases attended
to. Land Scrip in 40, 80, and 160 acre pieces for
ale. This Scrip Is assignable, and can be located
la tbe aame of the purchaser upon any Govern
ment land suiiiect to nrivate entry, at 11.15 oer
acre. It Is of equal value with Bounty Land War
rants, bena slump to uumore a wo. tor pampn
let of Instruction.
ARREARS OF PAY AND BOUNTY.
Officers, Soldiers snd Sailors ol the late war, or
their heirs, are in many casea entitled to money
from the Government of which they have no
knowledge. Write full history of service, and
state amount ef par and bounty received. Unclose
stamp to Uilmore A Co., and a full reply, after ex
amination, will be given yon free.
All Officers, Soldier, and Sailors wounded.
rontured, or Injured In the late war. however
slightly , can oblaiu a pension by addressing Oil-
Cases prosecuted by Gllmore & Co. before the
Supreme Court of the United States, the Court of
Claims, and the Stuthera Claims Commission.
Eack department of our business Is conducted
In a separate bureau, under charge of the aame
experienced parties employed by tbe old Arm.
Prompt attention to all busiueaa entrusted to Gil
more A Co. ia thus secured. We desire to win
success by deserving it.
Dissolutipn of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST.
Ing between Alex. Cunningham and George
Cunningham, under the arm name and style or
A. A G. Cunningham, was dissolved by mutual
consent. March 2sth, 1K76, Geo. Cunningham re
tiring Alex Cunningham assumes all liabilities
of tbe Arm and is authorized to collect and receipt
ror debts due the same.
Junction City, April 23d, 1876.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
A. RENFREW, : : : Prop.
BR. RENFREW announces that he Is again In
possession of tbe old and well-known
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Which has been newly furnished and retitted, and
is now open for the reception of guests.
By Ibis change in the ownership, fifteen rooms
FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING
making fifty rooms. It the most commodious
and best appointed hotel In the State south of
Thanking the public for past patronage, I so
licit a countinuance of the aame and shall do all
for the comfort of guests.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
OSIIUltN & CO'S
NEW DRUG STOKE, Willamette street, nex
to Briatow A Co,
PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Brandies. Wines and Liquor?
OF ALL KINDS. .
In fact, we have the best assortment I
articles louna in a
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3TORE.
We warrant all of onr drugs, for they are al
, new and iresn.
Partlcu.ar attention Is called to our atock of
Perfumery aiivJ Toilet Articles.
'. Aswe have bought . '
OUR GOODS FOR CASH
We can compete w'tb any establishment
Eugene city In prii " accommnaaiion.
Buy your goods wn, ou can
' ' get the best and chevest.
I'rtstriplions I'arcfujf Filled
At all hours of the day or night.
OSmJKN & tx
October d.fifia. '20tr.
Lais Improtefflents reader tlnnOEEHCE
nore than srsr the hart wr ran" 7
3&9 FLORENCE KACH1HE3 were
sold tha PadSc Ooast la I BVi, s larger
aimbtr probably thanwas trer sold bars
ef asTsthsr Uad U aatsriayasr.
z. . eivrrfT. rrr.T. A-.nt. 13
w l soavaa sj 6M44f I WJ
- BrtiiEjUlB-Xtor, iff
Z Miruituei. 2?
CALLISON & OSBURK
tUt lift EEISO TO THE PUBILC.
.Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Canned Goods,
Tobacco t Cigam, Glaaa & yueena
ware, Wood and V illowware,
HHFtn CkKFX AND PIE3.
Aad lo fact e-ythinf aaoall' kent is a drat class
tirocery btore or Uakery at bmhiuvb, raiua
ne raah or mil as. Katiafar.lum rnaraoleed.
, Goods delirertd to aay part of toe city free ef
, If there Is s FLORENCE , . .
Sewing Midline within " TV
8an Frsncliw Y() '
; Saeet expense to the ewnar. '
y SAMUEL HILL, Agent o
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f I asj
st m m
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I S :
Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, Carriage
A large stock on band and I will to order of tbe Best Eastern Timber throughout.
ALL WORK WARRANTED IS EVERT RESPECT, at Fair Prioeg.
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth
Please call and see for yourselves before
BldcksniUhing, Wood Work
FARMERS OF LANE COUNTY,
money any longer in looking at, dismissing or buying Third and Fourth rat
Machines, but go straight lor tho BEST
More than Thirty Years' Experience, in Perfecting and Manufacturing
them has proved it, and over Two Hummed TiiotiSAKD
Fakmeks have indorsed them to bo such.
So digest this subject well and then go and look, and your own good
senso aud judgment will lead you to
apis 3m EUGENE CITY, OREGOtf.
Also Agent for Moline Wagons, Wheeler's Independent Reaper, and Cota
mproved Hay Kakes.
S. H. FRIENDLY,'"'
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER THADB
The Largest Stock of G-oodo
OUR STOCK OP
has been largely Increased and we can show a'
uaudsoiue a line ol ready made goods in
MEN'S AND BOYS
Business and Dress uits.
As can be found In the county, snd as prices that
cannot rail to aatiaiy.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
la well filled with a splendid assort e all the
leading styles snd Faahlonable slut . tl goods.
American Dress Goods.
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colon.
Bleached & Uublenohcd Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson fit Church,
j: iIIELF& HEAVY IIAKDWARL'
nHSelcc.cd Slock In
OUi'HUIa and IRTaJI PtBAlK HAB1I8 sprad.
By euiadi painless, do publicity, at horn and wuboul
IncoaTanMaca, An antidok that stands on its merits
Send sumps for particulsrs. DR. CARLTON, it
WathiDgtoa Street, Chicago, IU,
WW am am I amajai
An mnatrslMl vnrk S7S
I llllllllfllwar waprtai.siMiiksj
a srw a a a a ri aa aai "
the mrrlt aiKl n.r-
rlaurvaihle) nn thai mweaWria).!
f tha wiual nttofn, tU (OMiawi,
dftire of mrol uctlon i bow to
u.. ui-a4 aisxxmntkt in ui
bo truly happy in tb marrird rrlatkm. Mtk nd ftmalc.
youni aud inliMl ifHl boulU mui and pmerro H i H
cmttuut InfurnisUroo, whkh no on cmn atfrird lo bo with
out on how to preMrva tho health, and cotnpleikm, aitd
rlrj to faint fherkJ tho lrrhrsaj ot TUtli i thai & and
on It trua Mrriin Oiudo In th world. Frioa AO cent
by Mall. Tim autlior may bt wo-uiwl Mrtu.ia.lv or by
mail on any ofthaiuttlvrH mmtioued in hit work. rVijtlraa.
pf. ai. 0. 01-1W, K WMlsiiiaClikaiJ
ft V TATT know on Courtship, Msr-
I sr I 1 I I J Fa rl. the l'l.l..s(U al
w Myurir, tnd HtnUlioiu
AND H UwKSUSlaTMPimPllU
fliflr iiiTt and rw. TVan on ail rrtv.vi niawAM, fcily '
tvrlalnliiK iliflreBiiawsj, irymirfomi and mran tucurvt It
U thai only rally frifntlflework of th aiiid am ptiblith-'
nl, orsuuim tv-tflT li ign and ertnplH In rvrry ivtw
ft-vt. Istiit br M-iiaapfUrxiy pinj uu m i i(tt ol.'iiif u.
ilr.-M. Dr. C. A. FillANH AW irtNyrtbUUtlt
be iavuif, Mo. aisaUitiisnJ in jtf.
Wm. Hcu-dunr, Proprietor.
TTEKPR CONSTANTLY ON
, I'OKK, MUTTOJT,
THE' CHEAPEST PLACE ON
To rarifie Coast for HOME-MADE
BOOTS AD SHOES.
GREAT REDUCTION .IN PRICES.
J. II. DONALD
FTas aow on harnt orer oo. hnndml and BftT parra
lu.rf. nt onr nwn maka. whK-a I am ImkiD'I to wll
rnrac4la of dust, aa1 wa ara Bow prrparwl to maka
IU toocler a( Ux futlowiof graaUy raUucaa fi
Prnvk Talf Pwd from t to psr pair. '
a l t- u i - a. ,A aq Mv Mir
r.i.fn.nia k"in Hunts msvla toorttar fur S6 xmr pair
Aad all other work at equally low prW Rrpairw
Inc doaa at short aujlt-a. All Work warrant!.
. . V I . 1 . 1.
iBeiDtaT tb. Stan 14 two doora Boa U of A. T.
FMsrl at wm onca nwe.
J. H. DONALD.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
and inIU tb. attentloo of Fowl'im
IITACO.IS-T. O.HEXUBICK3 IS ACE5T
Stndcbaker South Bend Waosn.
and Oak Streets, Euoksb Cut.
purchasing elsewhere ,
and Carriage Painting done
W. W. ESPEY.
dont wasto yott pfeciotis time and
ONLY, and buy McCORMICK'3.
buy a MoCORMICK Machine every
MATHEw wALLIS, Agent,
Trunks and Traveling Satchel!.
HATS & CAPS,
' In tbe leading Styles.
' OIL CLOTHS, for Floor and Table oaf.
BOOTS & SHOES,
We would call special attention te oer stook
Mors' and Hoys' San Francisco BooU,
vvi.L.b L.ua miU 9nM a nnmVt nt vaara
with great satisfaction. Every pair warraatetL
A complete stock or
Plows and Farming Utensils.
CHOICE TEAS. CANNED UOODfc
and all choice
at aitonWblagly low rates.
LIVEKPOOL AND CARMEN ISLAND sUL,
Highest price for all kinds of ptodae sa!
TTAVB fO 8AI.
Tabla A Too list Collar
, r uninir laoiit,
We Invite an sxam(
atlon of our food,
onttdenl oar erlaae
win sun ins tines.
J. KILLIKOS WORTH k SOW,
Oa Ninth street,
EEP constantly on band, fresh
Huirar, Tbacoo A Clears, PeeehetV
t'oflce, ' Canned Hoods, Plums, '
Byrup, Cbeose, rowder,
Snan, Htarub, Pepper,
Sardlnas, Bait, Candies,
Corn meal, Candles,
Nuts, Lard, Floor,
Bread, Cakri, Pica, Fruit tad Tegefobfcf
of .vflry doi-rlptlnn, which they will sell obsep
r.. . I. T I. I . 1 r... K r ti..i.
iui iHui,. iinmiui in, pasiiiaTurs wa auuuit avua
Goods dullrered to anrnartef tbe site free af
cliarne. Wa are constantly reciting n.w Gooda
a- d will satisfy our customer! Id regard to prices.
orflra on east sldo Willamf tte street, war eof-
ncr ol 7lli, adjoining law ulllceof i. If. Browa.
Hiwlnl allciitlon paid to diseases of tbe Luaee.
and all casa ol chronic dines sea.
Htraat xcaa Kucreaa in practice aad atteealotl
- aja-ssj-as 4
Bred by M. EVUE, Jr.(
Brnns Tarkjrs, waihlnir 40 It sach. Eaadtaa
0, weiirhin. I mm 40 to M lha, prr pair,
Bralimaa, (hunia, tiamra, eta. Pa
kia Dus,arer!iijr IS to M
llx , and I t of all
lttuka aa lay era.
Also-A do. aaanrtnwttt of Pieona, Babblla,
Umoaa Fowls and Farm.
Any variety of fowla deab-ed imported.
TJiUH, true tn aame, fresh .1.4 w.U paekad, la
aula at federate pnera.
Heau tor Illuatntod Circular, aad fllre list, to
Oa receipt of 10 rents ra atwtna, I will fnralaki
ecenmra eopy of the fOl'1,1 U BULXirn.V, aa
liluatratM II pure luoathlr, the mucndsait asthort
IT ra ponltry mattera ia the U. H.; aul deadadlf the
heat Poultry Jottrnal putjlaahbd. BHhsaripaMMI aaly
Ptasae state wher jom mm thia adrartisemeat.
Orders avty also be left at thaonVe.
TBY IT t-THRTO. HEXDRlCMBRAin)
1 wfKOAP. Vat sale oniy br
P BODICE OP ETFRV KI5D TAKEX
ta txchaere for gooda ty
I 1. i. Hr.3ti'ikiv no.
yv .4-ses vva