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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1876)
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jn AND COUNTY.
The candidates on the Democratic ticket
HjfUnecooDty will meet their follow-citU
,.0i to discuss tbe issues dividing the two
parties t the following times and places, to
"gmitbfield, Monday, May 29th.
Junction, Tuesday, " 30th.
Cottage Grove, Thursday. June 1st.
Creiwell, Friday, June 2d.
Eagene, Saturday, June 3d.
- The opposing candidates are invited to be
, present and divide time.
On consaJutioo of the candidates of both
Vtie tboo8bt 'bow 8PPoint
' menu would better subserve the interests of
the people than to make appointments in
ach precinct, on account of the very busy
time among farmers. If there is any place
pot named above where the people woald
like public speaking, the candidates would be
pleased to meet the people by invitation.
... Freight to he Raised.
' Mr. Villard, President of the newly organ
ized Oregon and California railroad compa
ny has written to the Oregmia a letter in
which be intimates In quite positive lan
guage that the company contemplates in
creasing the rates ol freight on their road.
After making a statement of the cost of con
structing the road from Portland to Rose
barg he says :
I have particular object In placing this
subject in the right light before the public
at this time. I
' For some time past the freight rates on
the road have been altogether too much in
favor of shippers. The company caniiot
afford to carry at tho low rates prevailing in
1875-'76 any longer. The net earnings of
the road for 1875 were only 3205,000; tout is
a liMie ovwr 4 per cent, on the money actu
ally iavested, and less than 2 per cent, on
ithe amount of outstanding bonds: No ooe
with ordinary eenw of justice can maintain
that the holders of the obligations are not
entitled to a better income. Such cannot
ibe obtained, however, under the low rates
theretofore charged. - The company would
Ibe glad to do a .larger business at lower
rates, but as long as the business of the coun
try is so limited that, except during the
wheat shipping season, the road is not.
worked to one-lonrtn of its capacity, so as
to return barely the operating expense, we
cannot be justly expected to transport ut
rates yielding an income of less than one
half the usual interest in this State. Mure
nver, we are about incurring large extra ex
ipenditures for the construction of a new
ibridge across the Clackamas, and other nuc
essary Improvement. "
We have comprehensive plans for the de
velopment of the transportation enterprises
voder our control, but we shall certainly
abstain from making the large outluys inci
dental to their extension it we should nnu
disposition to dispute our right to receive
what is really but a very moderate return
upon the investments already made.
' Beyond a doubt it is true the read does
mot pay over four per cent on its cost. Uo-
tfinished works of that description do not
usually pay a large per cent on the money
invested, and Mr. Villard has no right or
reason to suppose that bis road will prove
an exception to the rule. Certainly if the
rroad now pays 4 per cent on its cost, its
completion to a connection with the East
'would insure the return of a reasonable rate
of interest. But to think the people alozg
the route of this piece of a railroad can be
made to pay such rates as will give the own
ers the usual rates of interest is an evidence
that Mr. Villard does know the people with
whom he has to deal, and it is still further
folly to suppose that they will pity interest
on a sum of money which is charged to the
construction fund, but which was really used
by Mr. Holladay as a corruption fund. The
freight rates are as high as the peoplA can
atand, and any additioo to these rales will
drive shippers back to the old plan of ship
ping by steamer to the highest point possi
ble on the river and thence bv wseon. And
bere again is a matter which shippers should
take into consideration. The Willamette
Falls and Locks Company are the owners of
every steamboat on the Willamette river ex
cept the Ohio and City of Salem, and this
ompany is willing to pay Messrs. Scott,
Hatch k Co. their own price for these two.
But those gentlemen did not build their
(boats to sell and are satisfied to run them so
long as they can get a reasonable return ou
the money invested. But they cannot bold
-out against the other company unless they
hive some encouragement from shippers.
The rate of freight to Eugene by rail are
about SIS per ton ; by steamer about half
that, and by keeping these two boats where
they are tbey can be kept at that figure.
- It is 'sot dtfBcalt to make shippers see that
in tie long run they woald make money by
patronizing a company which will enter into
A contract to carry freight for a term of years
At a fixed rate, rather tbao give their favors
ta a combination of capital, even at a lower
rata. The new company has unlimited cap
ital and the other has not; if the stronger
can starve the weaker oat rates will go op
to tea or twelve dollars per too and the sbip
- pen will pay fearful rate of interest oo the
; few dollars loaned them by the monopoly.
The difficulty lies in uniting on a plao of op
eration. And here we pat forth our opin
ioo that this would be a good subject for the
. Lace county Grangers to wraetle with ; we
believe it would be of much more practical
benefit tbao ta the passing of resolotioos
against individuals. The Ohio and Sales
' can reach Eugene at almost any season of
the year and thay seem to be about the on
.1 chance to keep freights down.
Fbo PUiUDELriiu. Mr. Charles Ladcf
arrived from Philadelphia on Thursday io a
good state of preservation, lie reports
as having had "a way np" time, and is brim
full of " Centennial," having bwij in at the
opening. From his report Oregon is but
meagerly represented as compared with other
States, but what it lacks io quantity Is in a
measure made up in quality. Among the
most noticeable things of the whole array of
articles are the displays of grains and wool
made by George Belshawand M. Wilkins of
this county, which are said to be the best on
exhibition. Salem la repres-nted by two
sacks of flour, and Astoria by a pile of cord
Boi.TKD.-The Bet is responsible for this:
Qeneral K. L Applegate was surrounded
this morning by a coterie of acquaintances,
to whom be was descanting upon the merits
of several well known Democrats, and Ben.
Hayden in particular. The latter he thought
a gentleman of remarkable ability, brave,
proud, Irreproachable, talented, in fact a
veritable Crichton. A friend of the Geo.
erals, passing and overhearing the warmth of
his remarks, said, "Hello, are you canvassing
for the Democratic ticket?" The General
responded, ''By George, that is so, I bad
forgotten. It might be constructed that
way." And amid the laughter of the crowd
Centennial Racks. Messss. Sank Owens
and Joho Holton have leased the East Port
land race track, which is to be enclosed with
a high plank fence, and a portion of the
brush and timber will be cut away to eoable
persons to obtain a clear view of the .track.
A large stand is being built on ooe side of
the track opposite the judges' stand, which,
when finished, will seat at least 400 persons.
Underneath the stand a bar is to be fitted
np, wnere all kinds ol drtntuoies win oe
served during the continuance of the races,
A long row of stalls are being flitted np ad
joining the grand stand, where the horses
are to be kept. Io a few days the track
will be harrowed op and leveled down and
placed in splendid trim. Tcnnantand Lee the
well known trainers, are now at the track
and have the following horses in coarse of
training; Oceola, Tom Merry. Mystery,
John Bosks, Ophir, Dick Waldron and
Minnie Lee. Several other horses are ex
pected to arrive in the course of a few weeks
and go into trainiuir.
Suicide Mrs. Maria Mathews who has
been confined in the Insane Aslyum since
Feburary 17tb, 187C, escaped from that
establishment oo Thursday night of last
week and was found the next morning
drowned in thesloughnesr by. The Portland
Journal savs she was a widow and the
mother of several children who are taken
care of by a brother of the deceased, who
lives al Creswell, in this county. It seoms
that deceased secreted herself in an out
building at the time when the patients aro
locked up, and in the evening escaped by
scaling the fence. She had been much
excited for several days previous and wos
persistent in her attempts to commit suicide.
The jury returned a verdict of suicide by
Half Pakb The Kast side railroad will
sell to all members of the Masonic liaternity
who desire to attend the 8"ssion of the
Grand Lodge in Portland on the 12th inst.,
speciul tickets at one fare for the round
trip, tickets to be good from the 8th to tne
16th of June, inclusive. Tbe steamboat
companies will sell tickets at the usual
rates and representatives will return free oo
certificate from the Grand Secretary. The
Grand Chapter meets June 9th and tbe
Grand Lodge on tbe 12'.b.
Frekthi.nki!R3. Tbe Liberals and Free
thinkers of Oregon and Washington Ter
sitory are requested to meet in Convention
at Portland, Oregon, July 5th, 187C, at 10
o'clock. A. M-, at the rooms of the Liberal
Association, for the purpose of perfecting a
geoerul organization of the Liberals and
Freethinkers throughout the country, and
for such other business as may properly
come before said Convention,
To Br Let. As will be seen by dver-
tisemeilt in another column, the contract for
repairiijg the Springfield bridge will be let
to the lowest bidder on the 17th proz.
Fatal Accident. Frank Hart, a young
man about 17 years of age, fall Iron) his seat
on a wagon near Cbesher postolSce on tbe
18tb inst. upon tbe muzzle of a gun and was
shot throngb tbe stomach and fatally wound
ed bj tbe discharge of the gun. He died
about seven hours after the accident.
Pbehiu List. A very neatly printed
pamphlet of over 150 pages from the press
of E. M. Waits has jast been laid on onr
table. It contains the premiums for tbe
Sixteenth Annual Fair nl the Oregon State
Agricultural Society which will convene oo
Monday, October 9tb, and the programme,
rules, and regulations of the same ; the re
ports of the Secretary and Treasure- and
various committees, together with the pre
miums awarded at the Fair ot 1875, and
much other information interesting to meov
bers of tbe Society and the public generally.
On the fourth page of tbe cover we notice
several premiums offered by James Vick,
the well knowo seedsman and florist or UO
chaster, New York, for collections of cot
fln.ara imnnntinff in all to 10- He has
nthoriiJ the officers of every Stata and
Territorial Agricultural Society to make
the same offer, bis object oemf -u encour
age tbe culture and love of flowers."
Scans Kbsobt John Leoger, Eeq .ls
fittine up the oak grove oo Wm. Smith's
place, just east cf town, with seats, croquet
grounds, etc-, and oo Sunday, 4 one w. win
be pleased to see his friends, btrewbernea
end cream and other refreshments will be
BooKua Citt, May fj, 187J.
TormiEDrro or mi Ooaboi
It teems Id me that the farmers and busi
ness men are neglecting a very material in
terest to the prosperity and wealth of the
county. The farmers should nave all tneir
grain made into flour at borne and ship the
flour instead of wheat. Flour can be ship
ped cheaper and in less bulk tbao wheat,
and by having the wheat made into flour at
home, the producers have the benefit of the
bran aud snorts with which to fatten their
cattle and hogs, and tbey are concentrating
wealth at borne io tho way ol lactones wnico
very materially aid in building up the coun
try. The farmers and business meo should
lend ao aiding hand to the milling companies
of the county whenever and wherever tbey
can.- Let each farmer have bis wheat made
into floor, good flour, and be will And be can
realize one dollar per bushel for every bush
el of wheat he can raise, and by so doing be
not only realises a lair price lor bis grain,
but be aids tbe milling comnanus, who nave
their money invested, to build up tbe coun
ty. There are a few farmers In the county,
1 am informed, who have their wheat made
into flour, and they never fait to realize a
dollar a bushel for their wheat. Suppose
the farmers io the vicinity of Eugene should
store their wheat and have it floured here;
say two or three hundred thousand bushels,
tbe milling company would have constant
employment, could increase the capacity of
their null, and both farmer and miller would
make a handsome profit over the present
way of doiog business. 1 am informed that
the mill company here is somewhat involved
and at present cramped for money, and hence
most of nece.sity be crippled in their busi
ness. It seems to me that the business meu
of this place should lend a helping hand un
der the circumstances to relieve the compa
ny which has investul so much money to
build up tbe place. It is certainly no bene
fit to any one in the community to see a man
or company embarrassed and perhaps crush
ed for want of a little timely aid. The great
interest of every business, of every mechan
ic and of every farmer and laboring man in
tbe community demands that tbe mill com
panies : d factories should be supported and
maintained. Why not make Kugenea ship
pine point for flour, like Salem and Port
land r The wc Ith of the couuty would be
materially increased, bus ness of every kind
would be better-. Other points, like Salem,
Albany and Portland, are being built up be
cause their factories are encouraged and pat
ronized, and why not Eugene f It would be
a grcvious wrong to see our mill company's
property which has cost them from fifty to
sixty thousand dollars, sacrificed for the
want of a little timely aid from the business
men and farmers.
I have no interest in any milling company,
but I have an interest in tbe county, and 1
desire to see it prosper, and hence I desire to
call the attention of tbe people to tbe mat
ter suggested. Next week, it yon will nllow
me space, I will again notice this subject.
Closed Out. Not having met with tbe
success he anticipated Mr. Win. Killings-
worth has removed his stock of groceries
from the Masonic building back to tbe etore
on Ninth street.
Gov. Grover will speak at Junction at 2
A camp meeting will be held at Pleasant
II. II. Gilfry, Esq., will leave on Monday
June 5th, for St. Louis.
A Centennial Medal was what Mr. Lauer
brought us from 1'biadelphia.
$4 162.020 was the actual cost of con
structing tbe Eastside railroid.
Wild strawberries are coming in. There
are "doodles of em" this seasoo.
Dr. Alverson has moved bis stock of drugs
into the store room vacated by Mr. Killing,
The engineers will n- it Monday begin tbe
... r li: II 1' I
survey oi me liuivams auu ixug iuw un
The reduction In faies from San Francis
co to Philadelphia and return amounts to
819. Tbe (are (or tbe round trip is $256,
Zamloch, a slight ol band performer who
was here last winter, eloped with a married
woman from Virginia City last week. The
injured husband was pumped out and will
It is said that the O. k C. It. R. Co. wilt
issue at an early day, a new freight tar in" on
the line foinext season's crop. It is gener
ally understood that the new schedule will
show tne maximum tariu, out not toe mini
mum. An exchange says Charles Vivian is be
ing sued for a divorce by a lady "ten thou
sand miles away." Tbe rest of the story is
that tbe lady wno is not a tnousanu mnes
wav from Vivian is also beinir sued lor a
divorce. Her husband says she don t put
up for tbe children.
Mr. Cbamness, formerly of this place had
narrow escaoe at HloDers MiU. near
Dallas, last week. The iron dog that holds
tbe log in position fell before the saw. and
was cut in twain, while every tooth in the
saw but one, was broken, and tbe saw itself
badly bent. A piece of the dog struck
Mr. Cbamness, out am not nun mm sen
Wm. Preston has just received from San
Francisco a complete stock of good in bis
line, and horsemen will find many ntelul ar
ticles not heretofore brought here.
630 acres of land; ao excellent stock
ranch ; over 100 acres good plow laod, will
be sold cheap, hnonire or
J. A. Wiktkb, Photographer.
Oranges, Lemons and Limes ' received to
day by Steijuieises.
Nonet. All persons having business un
settled with tbe estate of 8. Ellsworth, de
ceased, or are indebted to tbe same, will save
time and trouble by meeting the ondersign
d at Eugene City between the 3d and 1Mb
of June, 1876. it. Cakix,
Atl'y for Adm'x.
Florence sewing macbirw a ranety of
si Ties and prices, for sals by D. B. Cray at
WIsworth a Drug blore.
Puao Tcuio. Prof. Sincbemier will be
io Eogpse io few days to attend to tbe re
pairing and Uoisg of piaoot and orgaoe
All work warranted. Lea re orders at
Buy your wall paper already trimmed at
f. 15. UUNX t.
Agency for Wkbbeb, Cottao. Gem,
Sherman k IIydi and other varieties of
Pianos Standard Organs, and general
musical merchandise 1). B. Gray, at Ells
worth's Drug Store.
Notice to the P. of II.
There will be a meeting of the Lane Coun
ty Council P. of II. at the Odd Fellows'
Hall in Eugene City on Tuesday, the 13th
day of June, 1876, John Kei.lt,
Becker k Boyd have reduced the prices on
fresh meall in accordance with tbe timet,
and wil sell cheaper than any shop in town
Fahjc roa Sal. A good farm for sale
on easy terms, within two mues oi cres
well ; 650 acres of land, all fenced, good
house on the same, and 400 acres can be
cultivated. If you waut a bargain call and
see J. J. Walton, Jr.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PATENTS.
Ollmore A Co., successors to Chlpman, H corner
ft Co., Solicitors. Patents procured In all coun
tries. N fees in advun.-o. No charge unles the
p.tent la granted. No fees for making prelimi
nary examinations. No additional fees lor ob
taining and conducting a rehearing. By a recent
decision of the Commissioner all rejee'ed applica
tions may be revived. Special attention given to
Interference uasea oeiore tue raient uutce, u
tnai.ine lielore Con-area. Iulrluee eat Hulls la
diSerent States, and all litigation appertaining to
Inventions or Patent. Bend auotp to uunore s,
Co. for pamphlet of sixty pages.
LAND CASES, LAND WARRANTS, and SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the U.
8. General Und Office and Department of the In
terior. Ptlvate Land Claims, Mining and Pre
Era;tion Claims, and Homestead cases attended
to. Land Scrip in 40, 80, and 160 acre pieces for
sale. This Scrip is assignable, and can be looateU
In the name of the purchaser upon any uovern
ment laud uiect to private entry, at $1.25 per
acre. It la ol equal vaiue wun Botitivy una
rants. fknd stamp to Uilmore a Co. lor pamph
let of Instruction.
ARREARS OP PAY AND BOUNTY.
Officers, Soldiers and Sailors of the lata war, or
their heirs, are in many cases entitled to money
from the Government of which they have no
knowledge. Write fnll history of service, and
state amount of pay aud bounty received. Enclose
stamp to Uilmore 4 Co., and a lull reply, after ex
amination, will be given you free.
All Officers, Soldiers, and Sailors wounded,
ruptured, or Injured In tbe late war, however
slightly, can obtain a pension by addressing (J il
lume & Co.
Cases prosecuted by Gllmore & Co. before the
Supreme Court of the United Stated, the Court of
Claims, and the Statuern Claims Commission.
Each department of our businesa Is conducted
In a separate bureau, under charge of the same
experienced parties employed by the old Hrm.
Prompt attention to all busineiM entrusted to Gll
more & Co. is thus secured. We desire to win
success by deserving It.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
A. RENFREW, : : : Prop.
DR. RENFREW announce! that he is again In
postesaiun of the old and well-known
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Wblcb hu been newly furnished and refitted, and
la now open for the reception of rubsU.
I) y III IS UlSIUgV IU MIC V TT 11.1 ot. .(J ( m.wvvu "
in tbe .
FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING
rnaVlne fifty rooms. It the mmi commodious
and bant appointed hotel In the Stale south of
Thanking the pnbllo ror pan patronage, i no
licit a continuance of tte aame and ihall do all
for the comfort of guests.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
EW DRUG BTOIlE, Willamette street, nex
Uristow & Co.
PATENT MEDICINES, to.
Brandies. Wines and Liquor
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we
tints the heat assortment
artirlee found In a
FIRST CLASS DRUG .STORE.
We warrant alt of our dm?, for they arsal
., new ana ireno.
Partlcu.ar atUntlon Is called to our stock of
Perfumery aiiU Toilet Articles.
As ws have bought
OUR COODS FOR CAS1T
Wa can compete w'tn any ertabllonmeni
Eugene till la prlc accommoaamro.
Buy yonr goods wa oo can
get the beat and che.,.et.
. I'rtttrirtJort I'artiuy Filled
At all bouri of tie day or night.
OSMJKIY & tc
October d.RO. . Wtf.
C ALLISON & OSBURN
RE OFf ERI.VO TO TUE VVVIU;
OUJjarn, ir.li, uuiicv, wiimu uwu'i
Tobacco & Ciara, Glnss & Queens-
ware, Wood ami Willow ware,
nunn ritrc-ji vn pifm
And la fact everything iMuall.r krpt in a It rat elaaa
(.rocery store or Bakery at BEDROCK PRICKS
(or cali or rwy py. Baiifiacitun aiirnxu.
(rottda delivered to any part of tbe city free of
ite awdirml pnwera
rrrrr the Hamen Hair.
1 hie preparation erarli--Mt-e
Hrurf and Ian-
rlrntT, nritinf a heal
thy ertwn ot Die twta
of the Hair, tberet-y
irourminc iU prrowth
end Beentv. and la
enr preventive for
UMneao, and by Ita
trerinrnt awe enome the
Heir to JM.nm tte fir
mer nenlthf ul and bril
liant appear, are. Its
ESC ENS CITT, OBIGON.
abavinf and toikt snaps
j awl neriaaKTT.
1 nrWlr.t propertiia
1 I v I render H todieperreebla
I I V. a Ladr a Teles.
I J I I Ihia sen' "
Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, .Carriages,
A large stock on band and I will to c-rder-of the Best Eastern Timber throughout.
All WORK WARRANTED II EVERY RESPECT, at Fair Prices.
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth and Oak Streets, Kuoknb Citt,
Tlease call aud see for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere
Blacfcsmithing, Wood Work and Carriage Painting done
FARMERS OF LANK COUNTY,
money any longer in looking at, discussing or buying Third and Fourth rate
Machines, but go straight lor tho BEST
Moro than Thirty Years' Experience in Perfecting and Manufacturing
them has proved it, and over Two Hundred Thousand
Farmers have indorsed thera to bo such
So dizest this subject well and then go and look, and your own good
sense and judgment will lead you to buy a McCORMICK Maohlno erery
time. MATHEW WALLIS, Agent, 1
.ptjjn EUGIiNE CITY, OBEGO.f .
Also Acent for Moline Wagons, Wheeler's Independent Reaper, and Cots
Improved Hay Rakes.
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR TflE SPRING AND BUMtfKR TRi
The Largest Stock of Gooda
OUR STOCK OF
bas been largely Incrriiurd and w ran khow a
handsome a line of ready niu goods in
urn 'a and nova
Business and Dress ul's
As can be found In the county, and aa pricea that
cannot fail to satisfy.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
la well filled with a aolendld aasorl all the
leading style and fashionable aha ( gooda.
American Dress Goods.
riald, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Jloached & Uublcaclied Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCAIIFS;
Robinson & Church,Y
rJ4$ , DE.V1.KH8 IX
r X SIIELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
Best Selected Stock in
lOltf Kilts! snd IHUIPIRATI HABITS speed,
ilvcuftdi puoitw, no publicity, r home and viibout
inconvenience. AasntidattthatittntNon in mertu.
stamps for particulars. DR CARLTON, i8j
Waahioftoo Street, Chicago, 111.
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htreljh.pprrnlhem.rTledrH.tli.il. Mile IJ"lj
ywiiif end middle tgMl ebuuia reed and pMrveltiil
ounUln. information, which oo one ou eUord to be With
out, on how lo prwerw the hrellh, and eompl.ilon, end
lira to nulM ehA the rreehnolrotUhithebretenS
only true Mwrl.ee Guide In the world. Price Morale
br Vt.il. The euthor any be eoMulted B.non.llT or hy
mail on inj of tin .ublfU rrwntloni-d In hi. work. Addma
DR. BOHAH WAWTI
MU thsj Itiuuitttitsj Uiouui
know on Courtship, Altr
of UttMlual $ymnn, FhU
tVlr jMan tnd em Tmrtt am il tMvalt lilr. tullt
tiplloiiif thirouo. fyoiptomi and nirss to etirrt n
1 th only mil; tcirntlftc wurk of Ihr klifl tver p-ibiUb-9d,
anMafni nriv U par and it ouf-.fdrtf inrrrry rt
pL brut by Mails-wurflw MaFtvt on rrrtipl rt AU U, .44
Wm. J. C. A. BoilAKNAN WortbiUU.lt-.
SLaWtu, JiQ. kumLnthmd iu 16SJ.
Win. Ilcnsnnw, rropneior.
T7-EEP8 CONSTANTLY ON
THE CHEAPEST PLACE 0
The Pacifl Coast for HOME-MADB
BOOTS jAD SHOES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
J. H. DON ALD
Has now on hud over M hnsdrad and ffltf peira
of Hwm of onr own make, which I an bonnd t anil
la. nt mm. &im! wa are now Dirnnrart to make
Bunt to order at the foflowtirf greatly redettal pri-
w v p.i TbW. frnra H ta S rer nair.
Fn-n-h Kip Hoot, from SS lo l per pair. '
Califirnua K i j honU norle to or ter for fflprrpair
Ani an other work at aauafly tow pHrr,. Eap.1'-4
Bar dma at elrurt nouoa. All Wart) warranted.
kaarin)r the etaod telo deeft ADarth ad A. V.
Fetara at W hnrk store.
i, II. 0O4ALD.
OEOCEBIES & PE0V1SI0S
and invite tbe attention of nro-p .
AONV-T. O. HESDBICK8 13 AGENT
tor tbt celebrated
Stndebaker Ssatb Bend Wagon,
dorit wasto you precious timo and
ONLY, and buy McCOUMILK 3,
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS & CAPS,
!u the leading Styles.
(Mj CLOTHS, for Floor and Table o.
BOOTS & SHOES.
We would call special attention to onr stock
Mons' and Hoys San Francisco Boots,
Wl'tcr we have wild for a nnmber df years
(villi great millHractloii. Every fair Warranted.
A complete stock of
Plows and farming Utensils.
CHOICE TEAS. CANNED (JOOM.
and atl choice . .
FA JULY GROCERIES
at Sitoninliingly low rates.
LIVEIIPOOLAMCAKMEN ISLAND BALT,
Highest price for all kinds of produce snd
If. 1 HI
TTAVK KOIl 8AI.B
H AT TUB LOWEST
Cnhle Chains, 1
. O latin, ,
Fishing Taclile, ,
' Wa Invite an imit
ation of our goods
onlldent our prices
will suit the tiroen.
J. KI'LINOSWORTH k SON,
On Ninth Street,
rEEP constantly .JH tand, fresh ,
Bttssr. Ti'hacco A CwiM, reaches(
Coffee, Canned Uooas, u nam,
Synip, Cheer . Powder,
Boao, Starch, Peppar,
gai-dlnes, ball, CandlcSi
Nuts, Lard. Flour,
Dread, Cakrs, ?lts, Fruits and Vegetables.
r every dpicrlntion, which thev will acll uheap
or cash. Thakful for pa.tfarors we solicit aeon
Innancs of the same.
Ouoda delivered to any part of the city fte of
hsrue. Wa are constantly receiving; new Goods
i d will aatlsfy our customers In regard to ericas.
by M. EYUK,
NAPA, Cullfbntia. -
lironi Turkovs, weia;hin 40 lha ancb. Koulea
ut-ea. wiirnin? xnim su w m itm. per pair. ,
ilrahmai, Lmrhorns, Uame, etc. Pa
kin Duuke.avenHrinif IS to 3)
lb., and trtot of all
Ducks na Larera.
AIM- A Una auortmeBt ol fljsr.ua, Aebbite,
luinea Fowl and Kerreta.
Any variety of fowl, drafretl iarportetl.
KOng, true to name, fireh aLd weft pafied, fin?
-ale at moderate pricea.
Sena for 111 nitrated Clrrular, and ?rOe IM, try
M, EYIIE, Napa, Cul.
..1 In I. .A.u T :L
.pmrnen roiiy of the lOULTBl BirM.ETlS, an
IfuMtatcd .pair monthly, the renxrniaeil anuorf
ty in poultry nuttier in tht V. H.; aud deeirledly tbe
' riiiiltnr Journal uubliehed. Bubaorintiua oolr
Pleaae state where voa eaw hr arlverriaesacafa
Onlirra may alao be lett at tbi. otaca.
TRY IT I TUB T.O- UENDB1CK8 BBAND
of SOAP. For sale only bf
PltODttK Or KTKUf KIND TAKEN
is eaekaan for f ooU by
T. 0. HKKDRICKS.
IODIDE OF POTASS
. The bent teaatitler of the CoKplesloa ae la mm
Cure. Pimr.!, Bml". Clofd m, Khenmaluui aa4
alerearrial f-i;ii.. Hold by ail Drovrfieta-.
L'ae Lew' Oiuotntraiad flaroriag ivitracts for
lie CoUa, C-t.x, tc
poKVthUL Jlfcttt llA.'SKIhK Uo-