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SATURDAY. MAY H7, 187C.
' EUGENE CITT, OREGON. ,
DraCBATIC TICKET.
x , For Congress :
L. F. LANE, ' ,
" Of Douglas County. . '
For Preiideotial Electors :
HENRY KLIPPEL, ol Jackson.
E. A. CRONIN, of Multnomah.
W. B. LASWELL, of Grant.
' SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
, . ,, f,,, . , Forjudge
J. M. THOMPSON,
c ; . Of Idm.
For Prosecutun Attorney:
;'';. S. II. HAZARD,
' Of Coot.
' ; LANE COUNTY TICKET.
For Btate Seniton
, JOHN WIIITEAKER.
, For BprfMoUtIrMi
A. D. BURTON, A. J. CRUZAN,
E. P. REDFORD, R. B. HAYES.
-A .. For County Jutim,
o.,') i.o ; J. J- WALTON, Jr.
I ; .' i For County Commissioners.
V J. E. HOLT, C. T.HALE. ,
For Clerk:
: J. P.CUKRAN.
! ' ForAherlf):
JOHN STEWART.
Tot Treunrer:
JOHN 0. DAY.
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For Assessor:
GEO. W. KINSEY.
Foi School Superintendent:
J. C. BOLON.
For Surveyor:
G. R. IIAMMERSLY.
i For Coronet:
. i WM. OWSLEY.
(i DUAWINO NEAH.
I But a fow days remain yet in which
to discuda matters appertaining to the
. eleotion whioh will occur one week
from best Monday, and the situation
e-hould be calmly and dispassionately
reviewed by evory Democrat in the
.county, and more particularly by
thoso who have been "ott " during re
cent eleotions. The tickets put out
by the State and county conventions
are such that there is no probability
no possibility, oven that anything
can bo gained by the eleotion of a siu
glo candidate on tbo opposition tick
ot. . So far as the candidate for dis
tnot judge is oonoerned, wo do not
bolieve any candid man can for a mo
tnout hesitate to acknowledge the em
,ponority oi Hen. John M. Thomp
aonoverMr. Watson. The one
boncst, honorable and capablo; the
other is t trickstor and not to be' re
lied on. Ex-Governor Whilcakor as
A member oi the Senate will bo able
to give onr county a standing in that
body, for we shall thon have two of
tbo best and most influential men in
tbo Stato to guard our intercuts two
won who will have do partisan joal
ousios to deter thorn. Gor. White-
Iter bas bad much more eiporicnoo as
.A legislator than bis opponent, and is
'A man capable of profiling by expert
noo, which is muoh more than can be
aid of Mr. McClung, or at least bis
xperionoo baa never boon of any prno
tical bonoCl to him or any one elso,
And if elooted be would go to Salem
ant Dover bo heard from exoopt At
roll call, wbilo Gov. Whilcakor would
, be found at all times laboriug for the
good of his constituents. So with the
remainder of the legislative ticket.
Tbo candidate are men of integrity
and Dot behind their opponents in
point of ability. It 1" not nooessary
to particularly mention each and eve
ry candidate. It is sufficient to call
attention to the subject, and bold up
to Domoorata tho importance of a
united effort to eleot their candidates.
If ovory Democrat will go the polls
and vote for tho ticket we can show
A clear majority of from seventy five
to one Lundrad. If, on the other
band, Democrats show suoh a feeling
of apathy as was exhibited at the last
election they may be beaten. While
there are no local measures of special
importance to come before the Lecis
latnra, to far as we know, Democrat
abould recollect that A Senator ia to
succeed Hon. J. K. Kelly, and it ia of
the utmost Importance thai bis suc
cessor bo a Democrat. Tho waniog
power of the Republican party must
not be bolstered, up by a tingle too
oeu whea it can be avoided by a
nniUfd effort And the auccese of the
party it also of importance inasmuch
At A decidod riutory bow would" in
tare to Mr. Lane a rry handsome
majority next fall.
. Democrats will do well to consi Jsr
these things.
Let the voters' of Lane CouDty bear in
mind (bit, if It is desirable to nave a repre
tentative ia tbe Statt Legislature fully alive
to tbe best interests of tbo Btate end Uoun
tboy muat vol) tbe Bepublicao ticket ;
for it requires no great sagacity to perceive
that tbe Democratic ticket was gotten np in
tbe Interests of Whiteaker for Uoited
States Senator ; consequently if elected tbe
ex-Governor will go down to Salem with bit
own vote sod lour proxies in bis coat tail
pocket to barter and trade for anything pos
sible to Improve tbe Uoveroors cnances
Tbe interests of tbe 8tata and County
would weigb nothing in tbe balances against
. i , . . n :
me arnoiuoo oi a ouunuiuui aspimu.
Journal.
Let the people of Lane connty bear
in mind that if it it desirable to have
a representative in the State Senate
for any purpose they must not vote
for tbe Republican nominee for Sena
tor. Tbey would not by tending him
be represented at all. No one can
find fault with any position taken on
any publio matter by Mr. McClung,
for he never took one. No fault is
lound with any measure introduced by
bim in tho last Legislature, for he in
troduced none. He went to Salem
and oooupied a seat, drew bis mileage
and per diem and went home without
having accomplished or oven tried to
accomplish anything. At the recent
convention be was not put on tbe
ticket for any good be was expected
to do the county, but for reasons
which may be briefly stated as fol
Iowa : Mr. McClung and othera tome
time elnce loaned to Hon. B. J. Pen
gsa certain sums of money, taking
tho Springfield mill property as teour
ly. It is well known that Mr. Pen'
gra bas spent a great deal of time and
much money within the past few years
in hit efforts to Advance tho railroad
interests of this Slate, and whatever
fortune be may have bad baa boon
mostly spent on this project; the mon
ey loaned aa above stated was not in
sight, and a programme was made to
elect Mr. MoClung and others to the
Legislature lor the purposo of endeav
oring to eleot Mr. Pengra to the
United States Senate, when he would
be alio to pay his debts and perhaps
a good iutoroHt in the way of favors
to bo obtained by virtuo of his posi
tion. Tho task thoy had undertaken
was no easy one, but thoy went at it
energetically. The first step taken in
this programmo was tho publication
of a letter in tho Oregonitn, recom
mending the State On mention, in case
it acted on the suggestion of General
Applogato and exprojsod a choice, to
nominato Mr. Pengra for the position.
This luiter waa written by ail ox-Congressman,
and whilo it spoko of Mr.
Pungra in almost gushing words ot
praise, the writer has a most robust
hatred for bun. But it was a part of
tho programme, and tbo personal fool
ing was buriod for the time being.
There was no opposition expressed to
the sontimunt or suggestions contain
ed in tho lottor, for it was generally
ootioedod that Mr, Pengra would be
ablo and willing to do aa muoh for
our State at any Ropublionu who
eould bo elected. So tho programmo
went on. The wirea wero laid but
not by Mr. MoClung ; be is too inno-
coot, too foeble mentally and entirely
lacking in physical vigor and whon
the County Convention met thore
wero almost votes enough to nomi-
date tho men solected. Tbo mattor
was canvassed, and it was atatod, we
aro roliubly informod, that through
hit very weakuest Mr. McClung was
the strongest Republican in tho con a
ty, and as nothing could be charge
against him he could be elected if any
tepublioan could, and would mater
ally assist tho the r&inaindor of the
:ckot, and soon votes enough to nom
mate him were found. Thus far the
programme carried vory well. But
tbe State Convention did not toe
lako up Mr. Applegate't insao
iiica oi a -new ueai, ana mere was
no opportunity to tring Mr. Pengra'i
name bofore that body. This knock
eu tooir calculations out or tirao, and
as Mr. Pengra positively declares
that he will not be a candidate for
Senatorial honors it will be of no
earthly use to return Mr. McClung to
the legislature, and do treasures can
be laid up in heaven thereby.
If the Journal ha any more points
npon which it desires that the people
should be enlightened we shall be
happy to tell 'w!ial we know about
tbcts.
J. t, WATNOJC.
Tho people of this district Are in
terested in the candidates for .Tndge.
Of Hon. J. M. Thompson not a word
bas been said to bis discredit by any
parer"1a tbe State. He Is upright
and honorable in bis dealings, filling
every station to which he hat been
elevated by tbe people or hit party
with fidelity and impartiality. In
glaring contrast to this is the publio
life of J. F. Watson, the Republican
candidate. His history at a member
of tbe State Senate ia told by the
Standard as follows :
"The people cannot too zealously guard
tbe parity of tbe judiciary. It is tbe place
where we should look for the purest lawyers,
and tbe man Against whose integrity there
can be any question, should not be elevated
to a position where he bas tbe life, liberty
and property of tbe citizen at bis mercy
We are led to these remarks from seeing
that tbe Radicals bave placed tbe young
man whose name heads this article io nomi
nation forjudge of the Second JudTcftrt
District. Mr. Watson bas been State Seo
ator Irom Douglas county for tbe past four
years, in lbiZ, onr readers will rememoer.
there was a strong lobby organised by tbe
Clerks and Sheriff of several counties for
the purposo of passing the Dash Wilson fee
bill which robbed tbe people ot the State of
thousands of dollars to iocrease the fees of
these officials. Tbe bill, on' its final passage
in tbe Senate was lost by a tie vote, Mr.
Watson voted against the bill, and so did
his colleague Mr. Webster. Tbe lobbyists
became discouraged and bad about come to
tbe conclusion that their scheme was dead.
Out a bright idea took possession of them,
and tbey concluded that both Watson and
Webster could bo taken ia, provided the
proper means were resorted to and tbe
proper person to administer the means was
on band to do so. Immediately a sheriff in
the Second District was telegraphed for by
Hush Wilson. lie arrived on tbe early
train next morning, and he saw both Web
steraod Watson, and strange to say, so
thorough and convincing were his argumtntt
with these gentlemen, that before 12 o'clock
of the same day, J. F, Watson got bp in his
seat in the Seuate and moved to reconsider
the vote by which the bill was lost, and the
motion carried by tbe addition or Webster's
and Watson's vote. Tbe bill was again
pi need oq its passage, and these two, without
even offering to aesiga any reason, voted
for tbe passage of the bill, end thus a most
damnable outrage was perpetrated on the
State. Tbe question was naturally asked at
the timo what muds these two Senators
change position so soon after the arrival of
this Sheriff from the Second District, aud we
were told by some of the lobbyists for the
bill, "we know what did it." Tbe generul
opinion was that tbey had been "scon" and
if they did uot receive a coin consideration,
did it to accommodate their friend who
might be able to reciprocate when J. F.
Watson wus a cuudiuute tor Judge' or Con
gress. In any event, the change made
robbed tbe people out of thouands of dollars,
and to J. F. Watson i duo the credit of
passing tbe bill.
This is nut the only case iu which the
would-be Judge was questionable or ex
plainable to the outsiders. In view of the
case relerred to above, however, we ask the
voters of the Second District whether they
desire to risk such a man on the bench for
six years f Had tbey not better coudemn
b'D. on this dishonorable act of bis than
give him an opportunity to do much worse
by placing bim on the beochf An officer
who has proved himself once unworthy,
likely to do so again, and we hope the puri
ty oi tne supreme liencn,
sworn to, will be the fee for administering
so oatb. A question may arise as to tbe
value of so oatb or a statement I might
make, and I will add that I have never bad
a case in court in Oregon, have never been a
witness in court, never paid a lawyers foe
or bribe, and by experience, am as ignorant
of such matters as aa Indian. As I bave
never bad any use for a judge or a court io
Oregon, in the twenty-three years I bave
lived here, It is fair to presume that my
standing is about average, or that I am so
accomplished and lucky rascal. Again I
might be charged with truckling to Judge
Thompson, which I disclaim, for tbe follow
ing reason I About to years sgo 1 sinced
grievously io tbe sight of Judge Tbompsoo,
and on that account his friends (or my
enemies) boasted that "John Thompson
says be never will forgive Huston for
that Utter." I am not dog enough, under
tbe circumstances, to lick tbe baod that
smites me, and can be in no way partial to
Thompson, and if he were on tbe "bench" I
should not like to be subjected to bis dicta
tion or judgment. He. might thick of
"that letter." And if Watson should be
elected be might think of "this letter" if 1
were arraigned before bim, so, buving bad
no use lor a J udce heretofore, 1 will let
them flirht their own battles, and as one or
tbe other mast be judge in the future, I will
try to avoid litigation. 11. (J. Huston.
Load Tow. Lane Co., May 16. 1876.
Jckik Bubnktt wi iieb to the Oak
land paper as follows:
I see in your puper of the 6th inst., a re
quest to me to become a 'candidate for
Juriue of this district, signed b men irre
spective of party. I feel very much gratified
at this expression of confidence, and esteem
very highly the gentleman whose names are
Oreftoa the Centennial.
A special dispatch to one of the
San Francisco exchanges, from Phila
delphia, has tbe following in regard
to tho display made there by Oregon!
State Commissioner, A. J. lJufur and
E. W. Ryan, of Oregon are in
charge of products from that State,
including grains, wood, flax, furs,
skins of mink, Angora goat, elk, bear,
seal and mountain sheep : apple but
ter, applet dried by the Alaen pro
cess : one hundred thousand shingles
and 68 cords of wood , from a tingle
tree; and two barrela of cider concen
trated into a compact roll of cloth
and told by the yard. These last
are fully arranged. rom wasning
ton Territory only grain and canned
Columbia river salmon are shown.
3
WORTH PACIFIC ;
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
Wai founded In the year 1894, with a Capital
Btuck of $100,000, on a Gold Coin Bails, and la
corporated under tbe lrwi of tbe State of Onion
OFFICERS:
P. Wassibmam, ? resident.
E. Qcaciixbush, Vice President
D. W. WiuriELB, Secretary.
W. 8. Ladd, Treasurer. '
W. H. Errmora, Attorney.,
M. P. Moasi, Manager.
DIRECTORS :
P. WiSSKSMAlf, W. H. ErriNsn;
W. 8. Ladd, W. Wadhax,
L. VHITI, J. L. ATKINSON
E. QuACKEKirsB, M. P.Moass, .
D. W. Wakfikid. ,
r Tbe National Gold Medal as awarded to
Bradley Rulofson for tbe best Photographs in tbe
United 8tatea, aud tbe Vienna Medal for the best
in tie world.
IV) Monttfomerv Street. San Francisco.
TO UOt'HKKERPEUS.-AmangthoWWbe 1 ABLE RA HIES
have iued the hoiuefaold remedy, Pond'e Ex
tract, Karcelr family eaa be found in which It
ii not the rule to keep it eonaUntlj on hand. The
one difficulty it that it ia aa Yuluable in rrlieTing
and curing in almuat every accident a family if nib-
jected to that the medicine ia often exhanatel when
an urgent and sadden nae for it arlaes. It la eco
nomical aa to price, and important for the greater
urety ot haying it when inddenly needed to bny
thelargeataiieatl.7J. Tula bottle contain! fire
and one-half timea a much aa the Wc. lize.
Life policies.
five ages-a.b,c,d,b
A A gee between 1 & II annual premium,
B " ' 12 A 20 " " . ,
C- " " 20 4S6 .
D " " 15 4 SO " " .
E " " 60 4 65 " .
is 00
, 6 00
, S 00
. t 00
. 6 00
Or $25 may be paid at anyone time, oa any
hi
NOTICE
' TO
BRIDGE-B UILDERS.
VOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVES THAT ON
il the 17th day of June, 1H76, at 1 o'clock P.
lile policy, and no further Annual Premium will
be required, nor any fuitber payment, except for
Death Assessments in that special diriaion as tbey
may occur.
0. J. BUYS,
Local Agent
OREGON STONE WARE for
rale by T. G. HENDRICKS).
attached, having s personal acquaintance M.,at the Court House door in EuRene City. Lan Wiltfhps Cflofks and .TflWelrv
with A large oumber of tbe signers. But, county, Oregon, the contract for raising and re- vvillCJlesj WOCKS ana jeweiT)
siring tne eastern pier o tne bridge across tne Hir tt W T fi .
.A-'-ft- JU V I
AND
SEWING MACHINES s
the
will
as Well AS
Circuit Court of tbe Second District
not be endangered by tbe promotion of J
t. vvatsoo to mat position.
X tJKHlOt'S CMAHGK,
Wh J, F. Waiaon Bribed t
fit
Soow .'! ia Powdrr river valley oo Mob-
dy asi Tsiiy of last week to tbe !
6f 7 i. il.7. 110 I 'r-B b) tbet hr May ' ,
Foutical Idioct. Tbej recent Re
publican. State Coorcntioa of Calilor
out is resolve.! : Thai the Democra-
cv are not to be trusted web tbe
control of affairs, aa it purpose to
pensioo the Confouerata soldiers, to
par cotton claims and compensate
owners of slaves for losa br emanci
pation, which would entail another
war.
The Maine Sbmdird says "A fresh
importation of Chinese would add to
tbe intelligence of a community, is
Liob-.ticfi statements are uttered or
Klierci."
Editor Gimrd : Wbils 1 leel that I am
entering upon a delicate matter, I deem it
but justice to the people to make the follow
mg statement : In May or June, 1865, Mr.
Henry Crow, of Douglas county, wus arrest
fd ia Eatteno City upon a warrant tele
graphed from Uoscburg. While uudor
arrvat aud io tbe custody ol Dputy Sheriff
Fox, io Eugene, I had a talk with bim and
asked bim what the charge against him
was, etc. lie told me, and we diacucseJ the
matter briefly s a civil qaarrul sprang o
between Fox and myself because 1 refused
to drink with Fox. Later ia the day 1 met
them sguia Fox sod Crow oo the strwt ;
after some chat Crow Asked me to stop
Aside with bim which I did with Fox's coo-
wot, lie Asked me w ut I thought h
ooht to do. 1 had bio slate his case. I
told him if ha could prove bis statement, to
go to Rosebnrf and ttand bis trial Ue
said that tbe chargn was only mada out ol
political spirit and he could prove himself
clear. I told him to go ahead and get clear,
as that would be the best way to remove
the show of crime, or words to that effect.
and to employ Bill Willis to defend bim
if necessary, because Bill wu "Im T and
could do more with tbe caw than any Ifctn
ocrat before a "loyal' court. I said further:
Fin. WaUoe. will hare to prosecute you of
coarse "anal T w gd kimhribed," saul Crow,
breakinr into and finishing tbe sentence
I had began, bat not as I intended to end it
Mr. Know lee, brother-in-law of Crow's,
was with bias and said, "Henry it right, it's
all politic. And told over tbe ground of ac
cusation. Whether "politica" or not. Mr.
Crow rv turned to RjwWg and wu tooo
released aod io this county again. 1 Hi 1 oat
believe the charge against Crow as I had
known bin for elevea rers prior hi that
under the circumstances, I feel compelled to
decline beinir a candidate. No man annre
ciates more fully tho good opinion ol the
people of this district (and it has been man
nested towards me in different ways) than I
do, and this to me is more satisfactory tha-
tbe boucH or emoluments of office, aud will
be a source or pleasure long after the present
political strife has ceased to agitate tbe
minds or men. I can truthfully say tbat 1
bave been actuated by an earnest desire,
and bave made an Honest etlort, to do mv
duty, and will surrender np to tbe people of
tnis district tne trust tuut bos been connded
to me with the pope that It will be placed
in abler bands. Very respectfully yours,
John Ulrxktt.
Roseuuru, May 12, 1876.
Lake County Polities.
From the Jacksonville Times of
the 12th inst., wo clip the following
concerning political matters in Lake
County :
Wm. II. Avorill, findinc it iinpos
siblo from press of business to attend
to the duties ot tho position, it lie
should bo elected, has roii"tied as
candidate for Representative on the
Lako County Democratic ticket, and
wo have tho letter of withdrawal iu
our hands. Tho Demoeratio County
committee has accepted Ins resina
tion and placed the name of D. W.
Cheesmau on tho ticket for that post
tion. Mr. Checstnan is a respected
citizen ot boose Lake, well qualified
for the position, and his Democracy
is vouched lor by several well known
citizens ot that county who are ao
quainted with turn, lie is ablo to
copo with tho poetry-stricken Apple
gate on his own illihec, and is withal
a person whom tho Democrats of
Lako County should support to a
man and elect to represent fhein in
the Legislature.
OHKUON.
A letter from Brownsville ssys: Tbe
farmers are getting slong finely with their
seeding ; a great many will wind op this
weex.
W. T. Webber, C. E , bas been Appointed
to make a survey of a new county roud.
pal
Willamette river at Springfield, Laoe county, Or
egon, In accordance with plan and apecificMtions
oo file in tbe County Clark's office, will be let at
public outcry to tne lowest bidder.
SEND !So. to OKO. P. ROW ELL CO., New
York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, containing
liita of yM newspapers, and estimates showing oust
oi auTenuung;.
NEW STORE
AT THI
OLD STAND,
F. B. DUNN,
H AVISO BOUGHT THE INTEItEST OF
Mr Scott in .he old firm is now running the
usiness alone at Ibe old stand, where be will bt
p, wed to see all is old customers
R vinaruntb' old stock down very low my
siock -now dc iv entirely
NET AND COMPLEIE
Composed In part of nearly
EVERYTHING! CALLED FOR,
And I make a ipectaltv'ln
HARDWARE, IRON -AND STEEL!
Iw!h to make no irrand nourish, bnt do sav GROCERIES.
,V,, L, ..i' 11 .1 I '
tuaiiaiiiiiiiiiucvuia urarer KeuillR ail iney
may want at my store than at any other extah-
inumenu i am also seent tor HAft l.hV. nonn
a iu.,ui rortiana.ior au
THANKING THE PUBLIC for their past liber
al patronage, we now invite them to call on M
at our new room in Underwood & Co 's new brick
block, where may be found a full assortment of
goods in the above line.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired In the best
workmanlike manner and warranted.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon
CRAIN BROS. .
HARDWARE, IRON and STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes, Kims, . 1
Oak, Ash and Hickory Plank.
NORTIIRTJP & TlaOflFSON,
PORTLAND, . OREGON.
anl:3m ' ' '
FOB THE , .
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE!
WE BEO to inform sur friends and the poUlo
that we hare iuit receired direct from Baa
Francisco and the Kastern markets
AN IMMENSE STOCK
or
HARDWARE,
DRY-GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
NOTIONS. CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS AND CATC,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by on; Hr. 8. Rosixbaitt, vbkb wt
vuer at
REDUCED PRICKS.
Parties will And It to their admntaM tn !
and examine onr stock and prices before purchas-
frotn King. vall,y to Elk City, ia Denton Hack. Burrrrv & Tpfim Ilnrn ! T - .
county. C in wk."' - aiijru price paia iot an maa oi JToJue.
Agricultural Implements.
ALSO, FOB PRINCE k CO.'S
ORGANS AND MELODEONS
Having bad sixteen rears exnerlenrs in hnal.
less nero i tniuK.i anow tne wants oftne people
F. B. DUNN.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
CHAS.HADLEY,
At Dunn's Old Stand,
TTEEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
xv assortment ot or
A Mr. Stanley, from Cape (Jiradoan, Mo ,
bas just arrived in On-jron. where be baa
come to take editorial charge of tbe Mod-
mourn Wncnger.
A mail route has been established bv act
of Congress, from Uotjaille City to Fairview,
on the Cous liuy wagon road via the Cud-
nifc-nain crwK road.
1 he Mountain Sentinel sars : Tbe nomi
nation ol Lane meets with tbe approval of
every jiiurual id tbo btale liiat claims to en-
dors Democratic laiib, with tbe single ex
ception ol Muter s tiztle.
At A rCL'ular meeting of Salem Granire P.
oi II., it wj resoUed that the fourth s?atur.
ol May. the 2lUh, be designated as tbe day
of decoration of the craves of deoaiieil
members, and all Patrons who ian are cor
dially invited to participate.
lie tendleton paper savs: "Time in
L mat ilia connty are beginning to liven on.
This ia owing mainly to tbe great number ot
cattle tbat are beinir bonvbt in thia mm it
and driven to the railroad and other points j
aai oi oere. Auxins and lleynulde left
here a few days ago tn route to Wyomiug
wim snuui iwo luousaod nead. MiwMI
aod Lang have purchased about four thou
sand bead, and will in a few davs atait lor
meyenoe. I Deaf cattle have cost the bar.
ties aooat oueeo dollars A bead : 11 thoo.
sand head at $15 per bead will make 90.
000. Quite a snug little sum to leave io
in this county "
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
Saddles, Whips,
bpurs, Halters.
Collars,
Cnrrv Yimh anil RmoKs.
Aad everything usual I r kent Ina flmt el Br" Stuff, tOf. Willamette 4 llAA gtu
own rump, r--
NOTICE.
rrK) THE BTrCKHOLDERS OP THE LANE
A. lOUmV runners' Korean, iMpUtinn
You are berehy notiti.d to meet on Wednesday.
June, 14th. at 10 o'clock, a. m.. In ri.n.i'ii.
ur tot purpose or e ectintr a Hoard ..r nirmM.
and tnr the tranaartkin of anch other boaiaess as
wmj come oeiore ue meeting.
JOHN KELLY.
J. H. MoCI.UNO,
JOHN SIMPSON,
MATTHEW WALLIS.
WM. BUsSELl . .
' ROSCOE KNOX.
FIRST AND LAST CALL.
EUGENE CITY.
A.V. PETERS & COa,
Are now in receipt of a very large stock sf
NEW SPUING GOODS,
8 else tod with much ears from ibe Ierge4 and best
amass IB Baa rraaoaoo.
Our Stock o 1
DRESS GOODS'
General Joseph Lane addressed tbe citi-
lens at tbe Court Housa last Saturday, axd
court being ailj Hiroed for tbat purpose,
quit a isrf Duianer or eniseoe, incladinc
many ladies, assembled to bear the "old
mao. 1 be (jenersl wu labonnr under a
sever affliction the headache, at tbe time
out u we wen A ucmocrat. wa should ear.
taioly say be did well. Ilia speech was
frvq-ently cheered, and closely listened to
urine: the entire time occupied in its dWiv-
ry. rrequeollv the Br of his youth re-
toroicf he was truly eloquent. His remi-
oiecrcces of history wert instructive aod his
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CL Ir. Adisisustrs.
1 00
40
14
tM. Wh ha aai.I ha hut V.t,n
bribed" I CAnnot say. but be said so. no- - politically and a a.rs expect to, but
-sstinuw, A4mbrvUlslU, UTsllor, tkLQ m tTJsaQ
anJ w n :
kmhontit quite pm:ng, p,xially to the . riptio of Chromos. PaWieatiosi an4 Gifts. - -e"i A?fjl
ladies. We hare always opposed Geo. rea"LPCT,, rUaP ' JJZ,Z?9
mmmi u'ssii inereot.
w o Ucsk Jofca M. lb..-nr,CvsBtT Jadae.
Frank
retara pUf.
A6ESTI WASTED.
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wui cost anyont to st tu.i sUUowot I just credit he is euutltl to.-f jmiej.'er. i yi, nw, wt rari street, ji
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