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tuMoure after jubicribtri namel indr
IifiAt if ifttpiratiom of tubteriptian,
iinm Simple uuu"" ".
n"'u; u u, tuartod without charv.
W.MiuiMnortflMiMlbUitr (otTlewi expressed
bMiXpi( of OieOuABU, In wrapper, for tlill
cSr to pbtoined t Uu. offio.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Abb5!80 and Boukd Ovkb. Oo Tliurs-.
dy night of last week two borses were
taken from the pasture of I. E. Stevens, ooe
of the soinjuU belonging to bim and tbeoth
erk to Mr. Hlntoo.' . On Friday evening, h av
ing become satisfied that the thief had gone
gui over the McKenzie route, I. K. Stevens
,Dd Chris Lemley started in pursuit. They
beard of the man and horses at several points
along the road, and at 4 o'clock on Sunday
morning they found hiin in camp on the oth
er side of the mouutain, with the horses n
t pasture near by. . He was arrested and
trough, back, and on Thursday moroiBg bad
go examination before Justice lirown on
three charges, to-wit: larceny of a horee, and
burglary in te store of MLdovey, and in a
neat market at Springfie'. ; W number of
articles found Id bis possession were identi
fied by A. G. Ilovey as among those taken
from his store on the night of l"iu ult. On
' the'first charge the amount of bail was fixed
at 81,000 aud on the other two atfiOO each,
and in default he was locked p, lie gave
bis name as D. T. Luce, and tiaid that he re
cently came from Texas, where he bad lived
seventeen years. He had in his possession
at the time of his arrest three horses, the
third one being a bay now ia possession of
Sheriff Eikin. ,
Cueksr Maki.no. Mr. 0. V. Hoff, a gen
tleman recently from the East, will in the
course of a week or two commence thenian
ufacture of cheese for exportation, on the
farm of Mr. Jack Keeoey. six miles east of
town. , lie has finished digging a cellar 30
xl6 feet, and 6 fret deep, aod will complete
the necessary bulldiogs next week. The
plain ol operations is to be that now mo3ily
followed in the Eastern States of buying all
the milk used, and he commences with the
in ilk from abodt two hundred cows. Evary
variety of cheese will be made, including the
celebrated cream cheese and the odoriferous
Foley's Swings. Dr. Foley announces
that he is again, ready to receive visitors ct
his hot springs on the upper McKenzie. lie
las a number of cabins to rent to those who
desire to subsist themselves, und bis hotel
will be conducted on first-class principles
this season. The facilities for bathing lire
superior to any other mineral springs in the
Slate, having a swimming rink, and a large
bath house in wbick ooe may indulge his
taste as to whether be will be steamed or
boiled or take it cool. The fishing or bent
ing is not excelled anywhere aod the scenery
is magnificent. ff you are hunting a place to
Bpend the heated term try this, .
. Finished. The work of fainting the
Court House has been completed and the
old buildfnf presents a rjeciJeJ!y improved
appearance-, though it is doubtful ( if two ad
(jitjoDaVcbats of paint would uiuke the out
side of it white. The accumulated1 stains
of years Jhow through ,tbe tiyo coats put on,
giving it a sort of variolated appearance not
altogether pleasing to the eje. Inside the
improvement is much more marked. The
ceilings show an excellent finish in white, the
cloors aod benches are grained and the judge's
stand marbled. The La da JJrotliera have
done a good job under the specifications, but
they declaim any longing for further con
tracts' oq id court houses, as the raw mate
rial for this cost ver $500.
1. 0. 0. F. The committee appointed by
the It. V. Grand Lodge, 1.0. 0. F., of' Ore
gon, to make arrangments (or the participa
tion of said Grand Lodge in tbo celebration
of the appioacbing anniversary of our Na
tional Independence, at Portland, announce
that the members of the Grand Lodge ptr
ticipatiog in the celebration, will meet st
Odd Fellows' Temple, Portlund. July 4, at
tO o'clock, A. M., and there join the pro
cession aod proceed from thence, in regalia,
apd join the procession, attending the pub
lic exercises in a body. Any further arrang
rpents will be. announced oo assembling at
the Hall oo the 4th.
I.NJ0BED. Wm. M. Miller, who lives oo
the place formerly owned by Jason" Owen,
was pretty badly hurt on Thursday by driv
ing into Espey's shop on top of a load of
charcoal in sacks. lie inclined bis body for
ward and as soon ss bis head was inside the
shop partially raised op and was caught by
tht-shoclrjett and ground "into ll.e cual. lie
was conveyed borne in the afternoon, and was
tEen suffering considerably, and may have
Sustained very serious injury.
( No Foi-sdatio.1 We are iclurined by
Judge Walton that there was do foaodation
for the statement of the Eugene correspon
dent of the Oregonian (bat iba county com
missioners would not aecept the job of paint
ing dooe on the court hrase. The commis
sioners have had no coaptation oa (Its sub
jact. Fto Kaxsas. An elder brother of F.
2. J)ann, Eq., accompanied by bis wife and
seven children, arrived at this place on Wed
nesday, direct from Kansas, air. Dunn bas
come to look at tbe country, axd if satisfied
with" it will not retoro to tb wrasaboppers,
c&ineabcgt acd drootbs of h.aoaJ.
BixoTiJ, Becker t Boyd Lax resoved
ed their atarket from tba old fiareoer stand
M Ita buiiding-tormeriy occup J by Pesisg
too, and koowa as the Central Matket, and
wiU eootiace to larra oo'y tSa best qatliiy
Here it Is again.
Oregou Is wondei fully near the equator
The Junction City string band Will play
for tbe firemen's ball. '
II. II. Gilfry was one of the secretaries of
the St Louis convention.
Now the pestiferous house-fly provoketh
the ungodly to prufanity.
James Bristow bas been appointed post
master at Pleasant Hill.
Tbe frame for the new warehouse at the
depot was raised on Tuesday.
Tbe raijroad centennial tickets are printed
on red, while and bias cardboard.
The Oregon delegation to tbe Cincinnati
Couveutiun voted lor Blaine first, last, aud
all the time. .
The Good Templars held a " festival " at
Lane's Hall last Saturday eveuicg. Dry I
Yes, uaturully so.
Silas Brown, as o4d resident of this coun
ty bas gone east of the mu'uutains to look
for a location.
To Hon. J. K. Luttrell we are indebted
lor a document coutaiuiug copies of the fif
teen Blaioe letters.
The era of torpedoes and fire-crackers is
so close at hand that & is hardly possible to
meet a boy now without an luleuss longiug
to exterminate him. -
. There ate only two jrallons of whiskey per
year manufactured for each inhabitant c-f tbe
United States, and it's a clear cuso Uiat
somebody's gut to go without.
Dr. York is lecturing on the Sound. He
threatens to visit Kugene,.aud a special dis
pensation pf Providence to avert such a ca
lamity would be bailed with y.
Col. Joe Teul And aeorce It. Heim, Esq ,
came up on Katunluy. Mr. Helm went up
to the McHenzie hot springs and Col. Teal
returned to Portland on Monday.
A Salem paper rejoices Over the lact that
one ot her citizens is a cousin of Wheeler.
That's npthiiig. 11. T. Hayes of Eugene is
a nephew of Gov. Uuyes of Ohio. Hush I
A fashion reporter says ''switches are go
ing out of fashion." Now let slippers be
abandoned, and the small boy will have
reason to rejoice that be was born at the
Cresswell has a brass band with members
as follows: J. H. McClung, leadnr ; 0. S.
How.', T. 0. Martin, J. Hughes, J. 11. Mar
tin, E. L. Howe, George Noland, W. B.
Emmons, and T. M. Ball.
One hundred guts were fired on Thursday
night in honor of the nomination of Mr. Til
den. The brass band furnished musio &ud
speeches were made by Judge Thompson,
Hon. Geo. IS. Dorris aim others.
Lano Urns, havo enlarged their hall by
cutting a large opening into the adjoining
room, thereby furiiitbiug a much better liht
in the day time and bettiT ventilation. It
is being handsomely titled up lor the Fourth.
Farmers jiave, begun hauling wood into
towu. Lust year they put it off nniil
after harvest nnd the unceasing rain, which
commenced before the harvest was fuirlj
over, lel't a very small supply oo baud.
Uobart Arliuclik an old. settler and citi
zen of Siusluw precinct, was severely hurt
on Tuesday,. 30it) ult., by a. bank caving on
bun, under which he hud taken shelter dur
ing a shower, At lust accounts bis condi
tion was favorable lor a speedy recovery.
A miserable sinner propounds this : If it
takes two clergymen to decently marry a
mere luwyer,.J)OW many will it take to mar
ry a lawyer who has reached the 'lenity of
judge? It's an impertinent question, but
e solemnly promise to cive me aesueu in
formation in two or three weeks.
If the next enind jury of this cocnty will
put on its leather si.ectucles and, use an ear
trumnet and investigate matters in the vi
cinity of Irving, c-n the railroad, it will find
revolting case of seduction, incest and de
bauchery,; or, a scandal that would excite
pnvr in iIih mill iln nf I. VV. Beechers flock
of PI) moutl) cbwch, if pctiiisbe'd. .. , ,
On Monday. SGth inst., W. W, Ilinton,
mily and bunds started for . the Ocbeco
country wjtb nbou& .fuur bnqdred sheep, a
small band of cattle, a few horses and two
wagons i be leaves' the "Wild bunks" of Cay-
ote Creek to become a ranchman .in middle
Oregon. The stock in bis case Vlonps
principally to t. tj. btepnens .and n. li.
Uuyes. Ue goes tne Aice-eneie route..
S. F. AHd: "The Emperor of Brazil bus
said one mean and untruthful tbin, and that
is that Americun women, are bold nJ mas
culine, and crowd upou slraneers wi liout in
vitation."- I he IJorn had better go right
home now. Mrs. Duniway has cone East
and will cramze an army pf stroiie-minded
that will rise op and trew his path with
thorns until he 6hall cure the day he open
ed his mouth to soy American woman. ;
The Road Supervisor of Eoad district
No. 62, embracing crossings on, L'ayote -and
Lon(t Tom, has the hands under tis control,
preparing timbers to construct a bridge
about filteen hundred fenl long over a part
of Cayote bottom, heretofore impassible our
ing half the year ; this is a large undertak
ing for a small district, and if oulsidi aid
aud the County Commissioners do not assist
tbe euterprwe, the denizens of that vicinity
will probably flounder in the ,-bogs of Cay
ote" many days henre
OrncitRs. Tue following are tbe officers
selected for the celebration on the 4th of
July; . .
Pru dent Hon. J. M. Thompson.
VicePreui'ehlt-S. y. Poindrxter. James
W. Brasfield, J.C. Boli-n, Enoch Holt, J'
H. Mcl'lunjr, M. vVilkine, J.T. Gilrrey. S.
I). C. Ilndensood. John Maaier-
son, Appletrate, John Kflhy, A. G.
ll.ivey, A. w. rowers, uouney ocmi,
Allen Bond. D.M. Risdon. J J. Walton, Jr.
T. G. Hendricks. G. B. D.irris.
Grand MirJiatUon. J. K. Luderweod
Division 2hrdalt-Ut. J. P. Gill, S. li.
Eakin. Jr., Juho Stewart
Oro'or Hon. John Burnett.
Utni.tr of bidarationtn W.ff Odeil.
Chaelain Kt. C. W. Rees.
A Card. -
I s'ru soi ageot for tbe Waltek A.
Woods Reaptn, Mowers and Hsrvealeti
with Self-rEoderi for this coonty. Otbet
parties claiming to represeoi the celebraUnl
machines, txcept throogh at, ar imposters
and are trying to deceive you by selling yon
aa inferior macLtoe. Baware of ibetB I
Eojen. Jar 27. 1ST6.
Bieinheisr yesterday reekd a fresh lot
rJ r.l'.fr.rtiiA fruits. TeseUbie. t'C XiO and
! lay is a aapp'y before they are ai! gens.
CXJtTKNNliL HlSTOBJO SkKIOHKA r XI10
President's recent proclamation calls to mind
a very important matter overlooked by those
having our celebration iu charge, wblvb was
the appointment of a historian to furnish a
history of the couuty for preservation. Tue
present Congress passed a resolution (March
13 last recommending that the people of the
United Stales "assemble in their respective
couoties or towns on the' approachiug Cen
tennial anniversary of our national inde
pendence, and that they cause to have de
livered on that day an historical sketch of
said county or town from its formation, and
that a copy of said sketch be filed, in print
or manuscript, in .the Clerk's office of said
county, and an additional copy to be filed in
the office of the Librarian of Congress to the
intent that a complete record may thus be
obtained of the progress of our institutions
dufiiig the first centennial of their exist
ence." The attention of those in charge has
beeu called to the matter, but as yet we have
heard of no appointment. Our clebration
will be very incomplete without this.
CiXKBRATioN Grounds. The Ortgoniau
of Wednesday . says : Lumber fur the
stands and seats to be erected oo the Park
blocks fur the accommodation of visitors at
the celebration exercises on tbe Fourth, bus
been delivered oo tbe grounds, aud a number
of carpenters are busily engaged musing
seats. hen completed it is estimated tbut
10,000 persons can be comfortably seated at
the grounds. These same seats will be in
good position for the service of persons wit
nessing the fire-works which will be display
ed on the high block next south of these
seals. A force of men sufficient to complete
tbe work by Monday bus been eueuged.
Statement. County School Superintend
ent Callison Bubmits the following Guaociul
statement for tbe fiscal year ending . April
3d, 1876 :
Amount of County fundi dlntribu'.'d Sept.
Smh, Ittf6 i t i,Hi it)
Amount ol County lundndinthbuWd MulcU
2UUi, ISili , .t'0 vu
Total '. JIO.OOD S
8Ute fund distributed ?.30T St
Total diatrihuted from all aourcoa SiASlti bi
Aint. per tchuuir of Nipt, apportioumeut. . Ill
" - " BUto ' - " '.. ' 04
R. 0. Caixiso.v, Superintendent,.
, TUe Uet la the Cbeapoat.
We notice Robinson k Church nre sell
ing a great niany of those first-class ma
chines, Pitt3' Threshcrsjluiu ugous, Marsh
Uarveslers aud that king or the Harvest
field, Champion Reapers and Mowers. They
wtirrafir ul-urv niuf-hlllH. CrO With it to tile
field and see that it performs everything
they claim lor It we tnouoj juiie iroui
the nu.nber of machines sold that tbey give
Dkntisiry. Dr. Uerrbold Laves for
Southern Oregon to-day on a business trip
aud those bating anything in the liue ol
dentistry to be done will find in bim one who
thoroughly ttnderstarids his profession. Jle
will stop first at Rose burg and then ut Cun-
yonville, and stopping ut Oakland on bis ro-
To Patrons. Notice is hereby given that
the -ceuniy convention for the election ol
delcrjurtes to the State Granqe will be held
in Kupne City Saturday, July 29, 18iG, at
1 o'eluck P. . liach crangrt i eiilillcd to
three doltgutus. (Jko. K. IJaumkbsly,
Jlopt. Allernute lur Lane to.
.On the 26th ult. W. P. Bryan and MUa Mary D.
Steiaheier Is 6till receiving fresh vegeta
bles, fruits, uuts, etc., by every steamer.
I am prepared to deliver Lumber in Eu
gene or viciuity on short notice. Ordeis
left of tbe store will be promptly attended
to. F. B. DUNN.
1B7 vocr wall pnpor olremly trimmed at
" F. B. Dcx.n's..
15ecl:er & Eoyd have reduced tbe prices 01
fresh meats in accordance with the tirocsi
snd wilt sell cheaper thau any shop io town
Farm fob Salk A pood farm for sale
on easy terms, within two mile of (.'res
well j 530 seres qf-laud, ol) . fenced, good
bouse on t'n same, and 40i) acres xhii bi
cultivated. Jf you want a burjraiu oall and
see J.J. Walton, Jr.
If yoa want good pair of gloves, goto
Win. Ieston, at'eucy for lbs Sau Jose
glove oanufactory. .
Retail sVoduce aud I'rovUlou .Vlarfcet.
The following are retailers' prices :
FLOUR-ybh 6 90 (316 50.
rtlHN MEAL -Oi.'Koo ground, In bulk le.
WHKAT-Bt whit $1.
COKr'KK CoaU Itica, Tit; Kio, 29; Jia, S3.
CIIKKSK-Orrton. li e. - - '
CAMI.KS-V box (1 K4 3.
BACON-bidea, l2i:;aami,lU3 Uof Gaoul-
dcfll.S (it IOC.
CH ICKKN8 $J 50 13 Oft per S'nen.
riBU-Salmno. choice, hf biU, (7; (0 kiu,
t',: Uliiea.U Ik kiU.lt SO ; mackerel, V kit.li;
eodtish, coat, 16c.
LAKD Tina. hu'k.Ue.
BL'UAp-S. V. K. KJ:; Ialand 10(315c; croih
ed. I"; powdered. 30c.
SALT-Cvioan lalaad 100 !, tl 75: Cay
II 75; hi wrpool liairv. an enar i.ierprit tl.
TKA -Choise iirt-n l 40 f ft; Japan 7ie.
BYUUP Hev GAi-i. H 00 kg.
0!L.S--rToe's coal. 76c; Linked, boiled, 13;
Chiua Not. 12,.
CANNED (!0OD3--Oter. Me; Harflinea S7;
Tortnl Jellies. J4cjlira Corn, 50c; feacbes
SOc: Tomatoea. ilv ,
' Xotice to Creditors. .
kTCTKT: it bmhj tfru th tHa eodemiroed la
il appoiateS ad ninta'r of of J. VI.
I'b-UfMll.darnael, y tU touui mrtof !
eoaaty, Cnron. o4 (11 v kmf U:m
una outa a n-Ait to prftt tlm mm
V tha aa itntrntd at wUrwe i'ki S mcntie
Uon lb Uu bmol. '. X A.hll', A-in'r.
Jut 17. UTS.
OREGON STONE WARE for
W ta by
T.O. H5IRK"K '
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PATENTS.
Oilmorf A Co.,iiiccnim to Cliipmnn, lliwmer
i. Co., rtoi'eiturt. FateuU jirncurtd in all cou n
tries. Ni tta in advuri . No ulmruo iiiilrs. the
p-terit ia Rraiittd. No fees for ranking pieliml
uaryezaruiu tiuns. Nuaddit oiu, lw fur ob
taining and conducting a reliearuiit. by a recent
deeUiuu ct the Cuniruuaiunvr all rejee'ed applica
tions may b revived. Special tkntion given to
luU-rlervoceCaura before the I'ateut Office, Ex
tHiini iu llnre CnnRress, Inlriuge ent 8uit in
diflervnt State, and all litigation apptrlainiufr tn
Inveutiona or I'utenti. 8c. id stamp to Olloiore A
Co. for pamphlet of sixty pages.
LAND CASE8.LAND WARUANTS.and SCRIP.
Cnnteatrd Land Onsen piwccuted before the U.
A. (ii-aeral Ijind UflUe and Department ol the In
terior. li ivuto Land Claim-), Minium and I're
Km tion Clim, and HoineHlend cawa attended
to. Land Scrip in 40, SO. and 100 acre ptet-cs for
mle. This S.-rin la kKii;iiable, and can lie located
In the nunie of the purcham-r upon any Uorern
ment land auiijert lo privnte- nury. attl.SJper
acre. It ia of equal vuliiewlth ttonnty Land W-r
rants. Send stump to tiiliuore dt Co. fur pamyh
let of Instruction. , .. , ,
ARREARS OF PAY AND COUNTY.
Officers, Soldiers and Sailors ol the la(e war, or
their le-ira, are In inany caws entitled lo money
fiom the (jov'ernment or which they have do
knowledge. Write full history ol aoivice, aud
state amount of pay aud bounty received, lincloae
ktamp to (.iilinoreA Co., and a full reply, alter ex
amiualiuu, will Le nivtn jou free.
All Officers, Soldiers, and Sailors woonjid,
ruptured, or Injured in the late war, however
aliiihtly, cm obtain a pension by sddreaaiu (jil
more & Co.
Caeca pros-n-utfd by GllmoroA Co. hcKire the
Snrrein.- I'outt ol the United States, the Court ol
Claim-), and the Si utlicru Claims Cominiulou.
Each uV'partuirnl ol our bualuraa is conducted
In a separate bjnciu, under charge of the same
rxperienevd purtiea employed by th old firm.
Prompt atti ntiofi to all bumiitsa rutrustoj lt Oil
more & Co. is thus wcui'cJ. We desire to wiu
aucce by dt'servinn it.
SC. CHARLES HOTEL.
A. EENIREW, ; : Prop.
nil. nr.VPIir.W' annmnni (toil l.o la nr.ntn In
possctficu of the old and wcll-kuowo
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Which has been newly furnished and rt-Atted, aud
in now open for Hie reception of Kiiesta.
Ut this change, la the owiierUiip, blUea rooms
lathe . ......
FIRE PROOF BRICIC BUILDING
maVntK fifty rooms. It tUo most conunodioua
and hot appointed hotjl iu the State south of
Thantins the pnbllii for past potronnfre, I so
licit a C'juntiuuaiice of Ue aaino aud shall do all
fur the eouilort of guests. j
FREE COACH XtJ THE HOUSE..
NEW DUUO PTOUE, V.iilameit itrcet, uex
to Umtow 4 Co. . -
DRUGS, , .,;. ... . ,
PATENT MEDICINES, S:c '
Brandies. Wines and Liquorr
OF ALL KINDS. '
In fact, we have the best assortment I
. articles found iu a ....
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE. 4
We mi taut all of our drug, for they areal
new uud fresh.
l'artlcu.sr attention la called to our stock or
Perfumery ai.u Toilet Articles.
As ire have bought
OUR UpOPS FOR CASH
We can compete w tu any establishment
Uugeiie Viif In prL ' accnnimodatiuu.
I-uy your itooda w . "ouau
K' l the heat and che eat. j .
" rrfitrijlicin (iirtfiy Fillfd.'y'
At ill hours of the day or night,
OS1JUUN & C
October d. Rn. JOlf.'
CALLISON & OSBURH
RBOFmtlNUTOTIlEl'CUlLC, . , .
Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Canned floods,
Tobacco & Cigarx, Glass &, Queens
ware, Wood and Willowwiuc,
liKEAU, CAKES AND IMEH,
And In fact evorjthing uauallv kept in a flrat clav
(irocery rtor,e.r.llikcry at IfKDItOCli HHICKS
for ca-h orfeay piy. Kiitinlaclinii (uuranteed
(Sooda delivered to any partof the city tree ol
, HARRINGTON'S , .
tiver thu Uuiiiun iluir.
Ihia pi finrHtion envlj
tU h: in f kul Iun
drulf, esntintr Jj1
tliy art ion ol th roots
uf thi J!irf Uteveov
iirmrnvini? iu grjwti
una iWmity, tiui u a
mite pruvtfntive fur
tml'lnM, stirl by it
foU4'Dt um caiiw til)
Kuir to HKNtima itn for
mr boeiltlilul nd bril
1 1 tint ki'ptAt wnr. -It
exillt lit fotirtif-4
ifu'lr it ni'Iihpunfuible
to a Iji'I) loiitt.
Jh - pr'mtiun in
purely TfL't'jitM. I'ro
paircd ana tuid Uy
AUo keepsi on Un- and fur ule, flo sMrtinetit
of ra-"r, lr.t Lriub-!', fci.mviDrf KUil toilut axi
UK SlM.XiMiY & CO.
No. 11 Kf.aracy Street.
'PREAT ALL CHRONIC and pnat 'mim
1 without tbe aid of mercury. ;
Office ionr e to 12 m.; 1 to 5 and C to 3 p. m.
CiU cr ad Irrai
iiB. A.B 6PINXEY A CO.,
. ban Franciuro,
Wiitchcs, Gooks an-i Jewelr)
mniNKISG THE PUBLIC for their part liber
IX al patfjntCT. Tt now inrite tne m to call on o
at onr new Mom la Uudtrwiftd A o ' nw brick
b!.k.bera uy be rocad a lull aMOrtmesl of
1 fundt in the lov nf
Wattlw. -kw an1 Jewelry fiinw in ios m
wotkmaul.ke maooer and Wa.-rasled.
Witettf St, C:7, Crc
' Vwv. ft' V
Wagons. Hacks, Buggies, Carriages;
...... , , - - - ... : ,i ' i . t ' ;
A large- stock on baud end I will to order of the Bast Eastern Timber throughout.
ALL" Won WARRANTED IN EVERY BE5PECT, at Fair Prices. '
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth k Streets, Euqesk Cut. . : .-:
rieasa call nud sco. for yoursulves bufore purchasing tlsewhere 'r,i-.f
Blacksmithing, Wood Work and Carriage Painting done
to order. ' ' " 1 " '
W. W; ESPEY.r
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FAUMERS OF LANE COUXTY, dout wasto you precious tiino-aiid
money any longer in looking at, discussing or buying Third and Fourth rate
Macliiues, but go straight for the BEST OX LV, aud buy McCOUMICK'S.
More than Thirty Years' Expel leheo Perfecting and Manufacturing .
them has proved it, and over Two HiKDiiEb Thocsaxu ' .
, , . Fakmkks lrnvo indorsed tlicm to. bo euch; , u , . , ,'i
So digest this subject well and theti go and look, and: your,. owa good
tenso and judgment will lead you to buy a McCOllMlCK Jiacliino very
timi. MATIIEW WALIIS, Agent, .
.aptSSn , EIGKNE CITV, OUEGOX. ,
Also Agent for Moline Wagous, Wheeler's Independent Reaper, and Cols
Improved Hay Rakes. ': -. '.
S. H. FRIEHDLY, :i
' ' t t ( : .
HAS JUST Ol'EKKD FOIt TUE SPItlXO AND BUMMER TIUDE . r ,
The Largest Stock of Goodt?
OUR STOCK OP
bas been larttly Incre-iwd and we can nhotr a
linuJsoaie a line nt rcty nindc guuda iu
MEN'S AM) HOYS
Business and Dress Hits,
As cad Is found in tlie county . and as jirkci that
cauaut fall to mtUly.
... . OUR
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
In well AIIpiI with a optondi J airl
leading ntlca auAitahiiuaulo aha
'.,.- and . ; '
Anrerican Dress Goods.
Tlald, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Bleached & Unbleached Cottou Flan
nels.' Ladies' and Gents Undprwoar ,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson oi unurch,
X SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE
Best Selected Slock In
BOuHIINK md CTTl Jl PfK 1 f HAU1 tH ipceu
ily cured ; piiiueu. no publicity, m home and without
inconvenience. Anauiiduteih it --cvhim in menu.
Send tumpi for piiticuljn. DR. (JARL10N, ij
WaihingUia Sueet, Chicago, 111.
In Mifttrtred work tTJ
tf lnvtti cuunarlor
me uiifTnu titu tin
of thettiustJ wyntem, u almtr-i.
rlVehla (in nivalarlM
lllllllr cU-' "1,'Nt uim-ovi rivt tn Hi
J I Isfl Mricnrr of rvpriMlurtiuti i liuw lo
betnilj hiptty in ut iiiarrlfd Tflalinn
vouiiat atid in aifrd thou id rcsul ttid fimfrvt
I rcMl itid prrwrrt it i li
ctiiifjaiiia inturmiition. whMi uu one tsin fAllonl Iu tf Willi
outt un how Iu ritrvfl(tivhrliht bih conipli'iUm, tud
yivflto fnilt d clit-flti Hi trMliiM'sotytnuJii III? !' trid
onlv triM MeMTiBKi Ould In th wor d, l'nc dOcrnit
liyMail. I'll iu trior may be mnpultvU prrwiullv or by
man uu iny orTriumimiTio nnnu'itiifi in in ur
' ktmf Ofi Cvtllahtp, MTm
III 'I I
ytrrtfs and IU-veiti'ii
ot Uif atuel art till, i'tn.
IH,lr neur -"l fori... Tft or til J'hvfti, lif.(ullf
,(il,liiliyfr-ii emir,, tymirtonw atiS nirftnltoeiffrt
li iIm-oti); rw'iy H-H-irtlltc rk 4 tin- ktfid ir rillltK
ed. runu.n i..ir!y (laKt ,id ! tyinipt.-l, inevrrf rt
prrt. ent by Man -' irr,y wtli-d oti rrt--itt olAOf u Aa
drp. Dr. ('. HotiAMNAN r.NrUiirUUlL.
licit tr;&l ilfarUct.'
Will. Kciishaw, Proprietor.
I KtSII IIKKF
li iu;r.r , -l'OKK,
Cl'llEI) MEATS, "
TUE tllEil'EST PLACE OS
The Vteilie Caiat for COWrY-AVH
BOOTS AD SHOES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
J. II. DONALD
ITm now oo hnd OTernoehnnili) and flttjr plr
of bull ol nut own :o.ik, wlieii I ant hunut to -H
rr'lle o t. an I we r now pirrl tn mkt
lkuu tu ardor it U fullowuf greatir nuucm pri
Frn rlf PnU from M t rr plr.
Mk b. id Hmrt lro l to W rt W " -
(iliforoia Kip hooumle toot let foe U rT r"
ADdJloUiworkaljallr low P'V- ltpK'
fOir 0QO U IhOTX U'lTI'W. Ali ,Wt
Utl,eraol Fio liOM '' . t M ,
p.moem'wr tl o-ttiio duora Roatb ol A. v.
Peter Co'. brv atou.
. II. OHHSLD.
nOCtmr3-I.'Jil kotp caallUof
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
and iniu tie atteutioa of Poiwele rH ' j
lor lb) tcicoralcd
: Stnttebsker SoutV Bend Wagon.
- iff -jr m u i-i II 1 f
' All Colors. ' 1 ' ".-
Trunks and Traveling Satchels,
HATS &, CAPS '
' In tlie leading Styles. ' -OIL
CLOTHS, for Floor aod Talis usa. ''
boots & shoes:;
We would nail p!Oial attention to our stocks
Mens' und Hoys' Sun Fraiiclsco Boots, ;
Wlilit we havo jnld for a' nnmlier of years i: v.
witli groat luUsJiictiou. Every pale warranted, t,
, . , A coinpletu stock uf ,: j ':,,.,
Plows and Farming - lltensilll
CJ101CS TEAS. CANNED GOODS.
1 ' and all cholca '"" "
' FAMILY GItOCElilES
at aftonlslifngly low ratea. " ' ',
LIVERPOOL AN' I) CARMEN ISLAND SALT.,
Reheat price i for all tintls.of p'rotluce.t4
, .WOOL, r-v, :
LTAVH KOU SAL
Fl AT TUB LOWES'
Iron.Swel,' i' .I r
If Tuhle X I'noket Cullary
AgnuuHurni , i
' Dlastlnir I'dwder; 1
Flshliif T4lJi ,:
m -W Invite In ertriif'
,-iiatloh ,pt,X)iar' foods'.
'innfjent nor pricas
will sulfllie times. '
J. KI' IaINGSWORTH "i Bok '- '
ST A R B A K ER V;
;., On Kinth Street, :.
JEEI' cowtaoUy on hasd, freab
8ur, Toliacco ft Ciffurs.
tone,"- Canned Mooda, ' Pluma.
Syrup, ; . ChefM, , ; ptder,
Bonn, Btarcb, ' .Pepper, -
Burdlnea, Bait, Candida,
, Cornmcnl, Cwodtes,. ' ;!..
NuU, Lard, Flour, . , . ',.
Etc., Elo. . ' '
a LSD '
omtu, unci, nc, num ana regctaWn.,
l every dei-rlptl.n, which ihey will sail vheap
lor CUXh. 'I'llllliflll fur n.ut tamrm ..II. .11 .
tiauanctor th same. r. , .
Oooda dclllvrril tn an nart nl k t.-r
- u, livw WI
chnrue. r nr rnnMtiLntlv MKmulnM a .
J ill . I , ' MVW UWIH
a d will aatlsfy our cuntomcrt In regard to prioea.
Bred liy .,M. lEyitE.
llrom Toikcr,, wt-iifli jiir 40 tm ouch.
imn. WHurliiiia; Irmn 10 tn SO lhe. irr pu,.
A.IUIHIIH4, LKUorns, uatliee, eto. 1 '
l.ll l)ui:k.Y'i,miui( IS to na
V.M ",' U U-.t Ol H , ;
.i i Lluc-ka iu Lajuri.
Alo A flue kortinent of Pur anna. kAhhlt
Ouinoa t'owlaand l ei ten.
Any variot)' uf fuwla Jird i in portal, -.
".fins, true tn name. fiuh.ai.d sell tiaekad. toe
ale a; aivittnio pnoea. " ' ' i
bt'iui tor IUiulratrid Circular, aod Pile List, t ;
M. EYUE, Napa, Cul. , !,
ua iniriri iijmiaa ( eiam a win SUUtiSa!
pM-imeo copy of Um l'HU'L'lKV Ari.LKXIN aa ;
illuiitiatl ! um rountlilj-, tlie reeuvrniMd Authori
ty in poultry niattrx in tL- II. H.; and dewleilly Uk'
IwiMt ruultiy Juuiual uuluuctl. ,laoaci lotion oaiy
Please ttnt wtor you mw thi advertianaent.'
Onlcn uiuy alw U lot ill twolSt. , , . . i.
rrllY IT tTIIET O. IIKNDKICKS BRAND '.
J. o(b()r. l or sale only by
1)KODL(K !' LV KHI KINO TAKEN .
X ut cliii(e (or guviie by
T. O. HENDRICKS
IODIDE CF POTASS. .,.
1 1x l t wmtlflr of tlif ljTip!tioo w
rrea Tin rlfa, boila. Iilot.-' ., KLeuisanaa aad
MerturuU r:m. bc-1-1 by a ! IniTJ'
U I.w e CunntiH!4 I l.rorlsf tl rar.a fee
I- CibAia, Oikoa, etc. ., . '
ft 1 IfS I VMWW
hf LI ji