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CITY AND COUNTY.
Veteran Voters. In Spencer precinct
Jaat Tuesday, A. L Humphrey, Esq., who is
nast eitfhty year, of age, vowa ior nayes ana
. , w.iv. .-.1 V.I V..l., C.
VheweT anu " uumua, uu a.w.j, u,.,
.ho voted for Henry Clay in 1824 and Jack
,on in 1828, voted for Tilden, Hendricks and
jne. Enof EHiiiaker come, next, who vo
flrat for Jacluon in 1828.- Mr. Ellmaker
yoted for Hayes, "Wheeler and Williams. He
wy,J,e knew Simon Cameron in early life
yereonally, and knew him to be a
jjgoal. i et ne vowxi ior omiuu mi.
Crooked. We have at this office a quan
tity of russet apples which look as though
nature was on a jamboree or wanted to ecou--,;.
uTOica when she put them up. There
,re eleven chunks of this crooked ap-
tle. the which shows the developing of
twenty-three blossoms. We dnn't know
that there is anything to commend in this
ireak, but it is something of a curiosity.
Lnsane, or Not? The time of Circuit
Court was occupied yesterday in endeavoring
to ascertain the mcntaljcondition of Luce,
who beheld on a charge of grand laaceny.
He became violently insane a few days ago,
ml the nuestion is. is it real or assumed. It
had not been determined yesterdey after
SroiLS or War. With the congratula
tions of AIwsFreemanon the political results
cane on Wednesday last (wo had it tall ;our
ewa way then) a basket of largeapples
and grapes, coveredVith flowers. We hope
it may not prove to have becnja. premature
Married. Mr. L. G. Jackson, the eman
ciated individual who engineers the Journal,
was married to Miss Kelly of Springfield on
Wednesday last. We suppose in this .case
it will betherco'rrect thing to wish that his
shadow may never increase. We acknowl
edge receiptof compliments.
Quiet. Election day passed off here as all
election days have for the past seven years,
further back than which our knowledge ex
tendeth not There was perfect peace and
quiet throughout the day.
Changed Loactions. Messrs. Becker &
Boyd and F. W. Singer, butchers, have
changed locations. Becker k Boyd now oc
cupy the Railroad House, and Singer has'
Pennington's old stand.
Foo. The fogs the past week have been
immense. They penetrate every place where
there is the slightest opening. It is perhaps
preferable, however, to steady rains.
Election News. The Vestern Union
Telegraph Company furnished election nows
on the 8th, 9th and 10th, the sum of 50 hav-
been subscribed therefor.
Returned. Jerry Luckey, Esq. who went
East last fall, returned on Wednesday last,
looking as though traveling agreed with him.
Preaching. Elder P. R. Burnett will
peach at the Christian church to-morrow
(Sunday) at 11 A. M. and 6:30 P. M.
. Mrs. J. B. Dexter left for the East on the
Jut steamer, .
The Stage Company changed to winter line
on the 4th.
County Court adjourned until Monday,
All the applicants for divorce are still on
the anxious seat.
s Wild geese and ducks furnish amusement
lor the boys these days.
Henry Gale announces his retirement from
' ' tha newspaper business.
The Board of Regents of the State Univer
sity held a meeting last Monday night
Council meets next Monday evening." An
interesting session is promised.
"The straightest line in politics," said Bal
sac, "is curved." Dick .Williams has the
same idea, but he expresses it as "curvendicu
Ur. , Kid gloves for ladies now reach to the
shoulders, and soon ladies will have to take
off all their clothes in order to get on their
. The cisterns at Eighth and Ninth streets
are covered and the next tiling will be a lire'
engine. If the city dads would buy the en
cine our liberal-minded ladies might be in
duced to furnish the hoso.
The contributions for the Washington Mon
ument, which have been accumulating for sev
en months in a donation box at one of the
Stae buildings at the Exhibition amount to
13 centa and a toothpick.
G.W. Roberts has located at Bridge Creek,
Wasco county. Under date of October 30th
he writes: "There has been considerable rain
here this fall; it snowed on the surrounding
hills last night; grass is good."
Isn't it astonishing what a vast number of
ewing machines and pianos took first premi
um at Philadelphia. Almost any japer
now-a-days publishes certificates showing
that each of the leading machines took the
"It is said that a hen held up by one leg
will not squawk half so much as when both
legs are grasped." Thanksgiving Day u two
weeks hence, and persons who are accustom
ed to purchasing their poultry at night a
few hours after the owner of the poultry has
retired, will do well to cut this out and paste
it in their hats.
Another fearful warning. A chap living
cut in Illinois went duck-shooting on a recent
Sunday. He was brought home head fore
most with the top of his cabesa blown off
According to the old-fashioned .Sunday school
literature, that was the natural and almost
inevitable consequence of his violation of the
Sabbath day. We think it quite pn.bable
that if he had refrained from blowing into
the monle of his gun. the top of his head
would hare remained, f. the time, in its nor
mal position, so that he could have Uken
himself home on his two legs, instead of be
ing conveyed to his family m the diaagreealde
and even disgusting poeiUoo dcsnW at the
outset of this paragraph.
Morxn. Becker ft ftyt hare hung out
their sign at the old EaiW House, and do
" sire that their customers will bear that fait
in mind. They will stll meat at prices to
suit customers whether they make a cent or
The Late State Senate.
Junction City, Nov. 1, 1S76.
To thi Editor or the Guard :
Having spent the greater part of the late
session of the legislature at the capital, and
as much of that time was spent iu the Senate
Chamber, I had a good opportunity to ob
serve the salient points of. that body, and
with your permission will jot the impressions
made on the mind of a member of the Third
On entering the Senate Chamber the first
attraction was the President as he sat facing
the door. Though most seen and ofteneat
heard from, he would be the most difficult
member of the Senate to describe, and I will
willingly adopt a sketch made by one to
whose taste and judgment I cheerfully defer.
The Statesman of Oct 20th says :
JOHN WHITEAKER, .
Of Lane CountyPrcsident'ofthe Senators
a remarkable man in many ways. He came
to OrcgonMu1. 1852, .from Indiana, in. which
State he wasjborn in theear 1820; served as
Governor of Oregon for four years, and has
since filledjnany places of honor and trust,
A correspondent of an exchange says: "The
unanimity which characU'riwd the election of
Hon. JolinWhitcaker to the Presidency in
the Senate, gave'evidence of his' popularity
with the members of that body, and time
has proved the wisdom of, that choice. Mr.
Wliiteaker is in every respect what a presid
ing officer should be, courteous, just and dis
passionate in his'rulings fromthej chair; and
when he takes the floor, his specchesjevince
so much'of sound.seuse.aud convincing argu'
meut that there is only one thing to be re
(fretted r i. e., that he cannot bo in both
places at once. Mr. W. is so well known
to the people of Oregon, that only a slight de
scription of his personnel is necessary. He
is slightly above medium bight, well-built,
somewhat gray, and conveys the inpression
of beinga well-to-do farmer which he is
who finds time to read and keep posted on all
the publio issues of the day. He represented
Lane'countyine terra in.theJTerritorial Leg.
islature, in the House, three terms in the
House underlie State, in one of which he
was speaker, and as was said at the beginning
of this sketch, is President of the Senate at
this present time." The Governor is a man
of extraordinary judgment and quick to ob
serve a point As a presiding officer in the
Senate, he is a model. A Democrat but not
a bad man.
Of Lane county, is probably fifty-eight years
of age ; well built ami well kept ; light com
peted, with a white beard, and has had
more legislative experience than any other
member of the Senate. He is bold and fear
less ; his honesty is and always has been
above suspicion. Few, if any, are better ao-
juanted with parliamentary law j has a good
voice and uses it to express correct ideas,
and but for an apparent hesitation in his de
livery, a want of language in which to ex
press o thought, or sometime a fact he
would be a powerful debater. He is a man
of ability, and Lane county should be proud
Of Columbia, Clatsop and Tillamook, is a
quiet, unobtrusive gentleman of about fifty
fivo years ; light hair and thin visage. From
his looks could not guess his occupation. Mr.
Warren was not prtwnt during tho whole of
the session, and from his quiet demeanor it
is difficult to speak positively of him ; but he
is a man of sound judgment and was an in
dustrious member. He is a pure Republi
can. SENATOR WISDOM,
Of Baker, is from thirty to thirty-five years
of age, and according to a lady correspondent
(who ought to be a good judge) is the hand
somest man in the Senate. Senator Wisdom
is a quiet man, bnt hi name is not a misno
mer. He is man of good sense, industrious,
alive to the interest of the State, and espe
cially to those of Baker county. He ia a
Democrat, and one that will do to keep.
Of Union, is apparently a farmor or stock
man; very quiet and even reserved, but there
is a subsoil of rare good sense which come to
the surface on all proper occasions. I do not
recollect that Mr. Jasper made one speech
durimt the session, yet it was apparent that
his influence was greater than some who made
from one to two a day. Mr. Jasper is about
thirty-eight years old and i quite unassum
ing. He is a Democrat and an honest man.
Of Grant is probably forty years old; hair
thin on top of his head; is not a speech maker,
but an indefatigable worker; ia, a close ob
server of all that tikes place around him, and
generally has the good luck to be on the win
ning side of all important measures, lie nas
seen service before, aud is likely to see much
more in the future. Grant county will not
spare him. Senator Clark is a Democrat
Of Umatilla, is a fine specimen of a Kentucky
gentleman, though he may not have come
from that State. He is of medium size, wit h
an agreeable face and figure, and dignified
whether in the Senate on the street He is
about thirty-eight years of age ; quiet but
possessed of good judgment and never fails
to exercise it He hail, and none more de
served, the confidence of the Senate. Though
he manifested a somewhat independent dis
position, he is a true Democrat
Of Wasco and Lake, is comparatively a young
man, and, I believe, chiefly of Oregon growth.
He is not noisy, but is a persistent worker,
and conscientious in his every act; a chatty
and genial companion; devoted to the service
of those he represented, he Inst no opportuni
ty to present his favorite measures to the fa
vorable consideration of his fellow-Senator.
His bi.ls fair to be a bright future. Mr.
Thorni-sun is a Democrat of the' straightest of
Of MulUwmah, is very tail-about six feet
and a half; about fifty-five years old; has
seen service before; is a fair parliamentarian
and was one of the most active menir ia
the Senate; introducing more measures than j
MBJ I'WIJCI hmu. - I
tpaktir, finding the point early ia hi sptach
other man. He is rather a pleasant
and taking hold of it at once, His language
is fair and his bearing toward all agreeable if
not graceful Mr. VanCleave is a mechanio
though a gentleman and a Democrat
TO BR CONTINUED
Resolutions. At a regular meeting of
Union Grange No. 47, P. of II. of Lane coun
ty, the following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas it has pleased our Heavenly Fath
er to take from tins world the soul of our be
loved sister Angelina (oodman f and where'
as, her death was very sudden and was at
tended with circumstances such as very
greatly to impress our minds with the uncer
tainty of huiuan life and the vanity of earth
ly hopes, it is therefore resolved
First That we bow with chastened spirits
in humble submission to the divine workings
of an all-wise Uod, knowing that he doeth
au tuimrs well.
Second That in the sudden death of our
worthy sister we are admonished of the great
: . i , i i i
importance oi ever ueing reauy to Close our ia
bors in earthly fields to enter uimui the re
wards of the just in the brighter ticlds in the
paradise ot Uod.
Hutu that in the death of bister Good'
man our Grange sustains the loss of one of
its most estimable members; the community
the loss of a generous, good and true friend,
and her family the loss of a kind and affec
Fourth That in this the poor'onihan chil
dren of our deceased sister have our heartfelt
Meals at the St Charles Hotel will hereafter
be 37$ cents. Ulifi. A. RENFREW.
Circuit Court Docket.
NOVEMBER TERM, 1876.
The following cases have been acted on
during the week:
3. State of Oregon vs. T. D. Luce, larceny.
8. State of Oregon vs. J. Cunningham and
M. Smyth, resisting an officer. Not a true bill.
0. State of Oregon vs. A. L Nicklin, assault
with a deadly weapon. Indictment found.
10. State of Oregon vs. A. F. Frazivr, ab
ducting a child under 16 years of age. Indict
ment 11. J. L. Bmmley vs. Horatio Stone, for
right of way. Dismissed at plaintiffs cost with
out prejudice. '
12. II. V. Fuller vs. A. I. Nicklin, appeal
Judgment for plaintiff for (65.
li. T. G. Mulkey vs. I. S. Swearengin, to re
cover real estate. Continued by consent
19. McCully ft Church vs. E. Chichester, con
firmation. Decree of confirmation.
20. McCully & Church vs. A. J. Chichester
21. N.Humphrey vs. J.B. Underwood et ah,
22. John Clark vs. Geo. Lakin, renew.
Judgment of justice's court reversed and judg-
for Clark for costs.
24. Excelsior Lime Co. vs. Union University
Association, to recover money. Judgment for
25. W. W. Hughes vs. Thomas and J. J.
Butler, to recover money. Judgment in Vaca
tion in default of answer.
26- Wm. McMeekin vs. G. M. Whitney, ap
peal Judgment for plaintiff $70.
27. Henry Maxwell vs. Henry Whitloek,
confirmation. Granted ,
30. Matthew Wallis vs. J. B. Mills, forccles-
ure. u ranted.
31. J. J. Walton vs. J. R Mills, to recover
money, lnaintssod at defendant s cost.
32. W. H. Long vs. Z. T. Gale, foreclosure.
continued for service.
33. T. G. Hendricks vs. T. J. Hussey, fore
34. S. H. Friendly vs. Oren Mattoon, to re
cover money. Continued lor service.
37. G. B. Dorris vs. B. C. Pennington, fore
41. A. J. Hubler vs. W. L. Lemon et al.
foreclosure. Judgment for plaintlti,
47. Wm. Taylor vs. John Morgan and B, H.
Roach, to recover personal property. Dismiss
ed at plintiffs cost
49. Mary E. Tedrow vs. C. W. Tedrow, di-
vorce. Continued ior sorvice.
5L W. Si Tandy vs. A. S. McClure, confirm
53. R. II. Haielton vs. Sam Gear, to recover
money, uuminsea at piuinims cost.
The following causes are still on the docket:
1. State of Oregon vs. James Bradford, lar-
2. Btate ot uregon vs. narrv urown, larceny.
4. State of Oregon vs. Jaa. . McC'abe, mur
5. State of Oregon vs. Wm. Taylor, larceny
by bailee. '
B. Ktate ot uregon vs. itutus iioDerwon ana
, W. Zumwalt, misoning dogs.
7. State of Oregon vs. E. A. Griffith, larceny.
11 Chas. Gootlnaugh vs. A. W. Moore, to
la. Margaret Howard, et al. vs ju. Ji. liayes
et al, suit for partition.
1H. Oeo. W. Evans and T. ratterson vs.
E. W. Khea, to recover real extate.
17. Susan Head vs. Frank Head, divorce.
'a. Susan Read vs. G. W. Read, divorce.
28. C. O. Davis vs. J. C. Boyd and J. Mor
gan, to recover personal property.
29. Ed. Young vs. G. V. Larrison and N.L.
Packard, to recover money.
85. Iancy Allen vs. ri. Allen, divorce.
3ti. Itwin ft Strauss vs. J. and 1L A. Per
kins, to recover money.
as. Mattie M. Linder v Robert Linder, di
vorce. 39. C. W, Young vs. C. Winienreid, fore-1
40. L. Spores vs. D. Boggft, to recover per
42. S. a. Knox vs. Lane eminty, appeal
43. W. H. Rowland vs. ltobt. Linder.
44. Wm Calvert et al va, Henry Moore et
4". It It Rounds vs. EW. Rhea, to recov
46. Alliert Wheeler vs J. T. and B. Dead
mnd to "recover money.
4H. State of Oregon va Robt Nevin, larcenv.
50. Aaron Lynch vs. Montgomery and 8. B.
Eaken, Jr., to recover iiersnnal property.
62. 8. Unburn vs. Whitney ft Co., appeal
Befall Predate and Provides Market,
Tb following are retailers' prices :
FLOUR. -V bbl
CORN MEAL Oregon ground, in bulk, 4c
Oats 9 bushel, 37 J.
Beans ? S, 4a
BUTTER Frwh rolls, Tk.
COFFEE Rio, 29; Java, 33,0.
CHEESE Oregon, 20a
CANDLES p box, tfj4 50.
EGGS 15a , , '
BACOX-SideV 15c; hams, 17c, shoulders,
LARD In tins, 17e; bulk, 15.
CHICKE.S-2 3Ci3 00 t doxen.
FISH-Salromi, hf bbls, W; 501b kiu, II 0O,
Mackerel, per kit W: Codfuh, ft, ISA 15e.
Sl'GAR-S. F. R., K.c; Ldand, 105,15c;
enubL, 18c; powIrrd, 20c 0
SALT -Carman I.lan.L t 100 11, II 25;
Bav. 1125: Liven Dairy. 13 50: do coarse, i
TEA G rem, II 25; Jn, "5e V ft.
SYRL'P HVavy Gollen, t keg, 15.
OILS-Kerone, 75 V gallon.
Tarties knowing themselves indebted to' us
will confer a favor on us and save themselves
trouble by settling up soon. We must Insist
upon it DUNN ft STRATTON
Buy your wall paper already trimmed et
p . li. IH'.NN g.
Those owing me for mudlciU services are re
quested to call and settle thclrnvcounts, .
Oct 15th. A. W. PATTERSON.
Wood. We will tuke forty cords, more
or less, od subscription or accounts due this
I Bin prepared to deliver Lumber iu Eu
gene or vicinity on short notice. Order
left of the storo will be promptly attended
to. P. U.DUXN.
tr The National Gold Medal awarded to
Bradley Rulofson for the best Photographs in the
United States, aud the Vienna Uedal for the best
in the world.
42!) Moutsomerv Street, Sin Francisco.
ClIKM-KR THAN R.EADY MaDK. R. J.
Uruham has tbe agency for the goods mauu
facured ac the Ashland Woolen Mills, which
he Is selling at from $1 25 to $1 37a per
yard, and no charge is mude for cutting it
I..... i M'l. .. .... ... l.
iuiu 'iiut-uia. i ueati arc aujjtriior guooti
end this offer will enable any one to obtain
clothing cheaper than the same quality can
be bought already mane.
The oyster season having opened, It. M.
Robinson is in daily receipt of this luscious
bivalve Iresh from Shonlwatcr Bay. Served
iu every style and ruimlies supplied.
Farm for Sai.k. A good lurui for sule
on easy terms, within two miles of Cres
well ; 550 acres of hind, all fenced, good
homo on tho sum?, and 400 acres can be
cultivated. If you want a burgain call aud
see J.J. Walton, Jr.
, t DWELLING HOUSES, v
w Men are niouly IuuiUhI hihI will U old t a Mr
jmu. Terniseiuy. Kuijuire at exprnw offlre.
REBIINGTOrJ k 0iTS
Central Fire Military and Sporting
And all klnits of ammunition for breech loading
Gum. ' Cull nod m m.
BE II. F. DORRIS,
STOVES AND RANGES,
Tluin, Fancy and Japanned
SHOVELS AND TONGS,
FENDERS AND FIRE-DOGS,
CAULDRON AND WASH KETTLES,
HOLLOW IRON and COITER WARE,
t Porcelain, Tinned and Dross
ThESEli YIWCt KETTLES,
Drlvon Well & Force Fumps,
Load and Iron Pipes,
Hose "'pea and Hose
IN FACT, EVERYTHING belonging to my
business, all of which I will sell at tlie
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Of all kinils June promptly and In a satisfacto
YELLS DRIVEN PROMPTLY
By attention to business and honorable deal
ing I hoiw to merit a sharo of your patronage.
FEN. F. DOKKIS.
All pel son knowing themselves in
debted 10 me will please call and
SETTLE WITHOUT ftKLAT.
3. V. DOHRIS.
DliHH & STRATTON,
OLD STAND OF F. B. L-UNN.
HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH ME IN
buine Mr. HORACE F. STRATTON,
w have jut received a new, luiye and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Milking a sjiecialty of
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL!
We dwire to make no grand dourith, but do
say that farmers can eome nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
it our store than at any other establishment In
town, and they can boy them o as (food terms.
We have a full line at
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LBYGOOD3,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AXD CATS,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
And are t:nn!!v a-llin? in our stk i
meet the demand' ( th punlir,
DL NN STRATTON.
Wagons. Hacks. Buggies. Carriages,
A largo stock on hand and I will to order of the Rest Kastern Timber throughout.
ALL WORK WARRANTED IX EVERY. RESPECT, at IVir Trices.
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth and Oak Streets, Eugkne City.
l'louse cull and ire lor yourselves before purchusinf elsewlieie
Blacksmithing, Wood WorJc and Carriage Tainting done
W. W. ESPEY.
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR TUB Sl'RlNlT AND BUMMER TRADB
The Largest Stock of Gooda
OUR STOCK OK
has been largely tncrenaed and we can show as
usnusome s due oi reauy nisuo goous id
MEN'S AND B0YH
Diisincss and Dress nits,
As can be found In the county, and as prices that
cannot rail to saiuiy.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is well filled with a splendid aimrl
leadiog styles and fashionable slia i
American Dress Goods.
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Bleached it Uublenclied Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gonts' Underwear,
SnAWLS aud SCARFS;
Robinson & Church f
X & HEAVY HARDWARE
Bcsl Selected Stock In
LIFE OF TRADE !
ILL DO WORK CUEAFER than any other
simp in town.
HORSES SHOD TOR $150,
With new nmterlul, all round. Reactting uld shoe.
All warranted to give .allslartlon.
hop on Eighth fit, ocpoQi'e Hum-
ST. GHABLES HOTEL.
A. RENFREW, ; : : Prop.
Pit. ItKNKPEW announces that helssgaln In
posM-hsii.n r the old and well-kuown
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Which hn been newly fiimUlied and relltted, and
Is now open fur the reception of gnent.
I Hv this change in llieowueralilp, fcfUen rooms
FIRE PROOF .BRICK BUILDING
making Ofty rooms. It the niiwt commodious
and beat apioiuted hotel iu the State south of
Thanklnir the publlo For pant patronse, I an
licit, counlinuaiiceor tteaame and aliall do all
tor the comfort of guests.
FUEE COACH TO TflE HOWE.
Carding and Spinning.
n A VINO PUnCIIASEDtlie Machinery owned
by C. (loodcuild, I am now prepared to make
all kinds of
YARN, 'BAITS, Ac., .
At the Lowest Living Rates.
EUG KYECIT V. OREGON
"We want Wheat and are pre
pared to pay the Highest Mar
ket Price in Cash.
T. O. HENDRICKS,
Kuene City, Prt. IS, IS7S.
DR. JOHN HERRB0LD,
SURGICAL AND SEflllMCAL DEMIST,
Hm removfd to ltoebnr,Orf)riin, where he re-kprt-tfullyolleni
hiaaervHM to the citizens of that
place and vicinity Id all Hie branches of hi. pro
A 8 WE AHE PRF.PARINO FOB A LAUfJR
MannfscturinftMtablUument we prop a to
ell our entire stock of
FURNITURE AT RETAIL
WHOLESALE TRICES !
This b a rare chaste to boy -rood, snbi-Utitial
Furniture stoomirul pric. Dj not let your tip.
nortuBily paw. Ome all
U. CHERRY At BKO.
MUS. A. W. STOWELL
PIAHO. 0P.3AH. HARMONY
Ftvnir at rrwiliv, trvt er1 of Ninth t r-t.
OSE'JUBO ana SiNTA CRUZ
LUlEat X.'i. UE.NDBICh..
r: hit w n ;
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS & CAPS,
In the hading Styles.
OIL CLOTHS, Tor Floor and Tabl. use.
BOOTS & SHOES.
We would rail special attention to onr stock
Mens' and ltoya' Sua Frauclsco Bootg,
Wlilcr we hsve mid for a number of year,
with great salihlaillon. Uvery pair warrauted.
A complete stock of
Plows and Farming Utensils.
CHOICE TEAS. CANNED GOODS.
nd all cholc.
at artnntidilnirly low rates.
LIVERPOOL AND CARMEN ISLAND SALT-
nighoft price for nil kind of product and
ITAVK FOR 8AI.R
II AT TUB LOWEST
Tulite A Pocket Cutfrrr
b We invite au examf
nation or our goods
nnltilent our price,
will suit tbe times.
EUGENE CITY, OR.
Ths beautiful bulMing prepared for th. Stat. TJn
verilty of Ontfon beinir now ready for the aaHimmo
dutiun of tudi'iiu, tho Itrst aniion will oominenoe
on the 10th of October. I hare will be two courses
of study, tb Preparatory and Colloulate, and two
torma of twenty weeks each.
The law providea for th. fro. tuition of on. ata--
dent from each county and fur ouch member of th.
Wlalatur. Student, wialiins- to avail themselves '
ol the benefit, of thla law should mak. applloatloa'.
to tlioouuuty aiipcrintvndentof tho county In which,
tlmy reaid. Another atudenta wialiing to Uk. the
collcglateviiurNwIllbe rwiulied to pity .tuition
fee of (20 per term in advance. AU candidate, for
admiiuioii to thla deiwrtmont will be miulred toy
paaa an examination in th. following
niwlliifr. Writing, Oithiarraphy, Practical Arith
metic, Knirliak Grammar, Usnrnphy, II iatory ot the
United Htatoa, Itin Orammar, Iteadar and 4 Book.
of Ciuiar, Oiwk Orammar and Roader ; but for the
prcaeut th. examlnat'on in the lananiaire. may b.
omittwl. Tho curriculoum of atudy in th.
Will eompriao, lat, th. uaual college eonne. Id, a
complete course in Science. W, a Normal aoan. -planned
with apecial reforeuo. to th. want, of teach
in. All atudenta Iu this department will be required
to pay a fee of 1 10 per term In advance for iocideo.
tul ispenana. All atudenU in the
Will be rwiulrod to pay a tuition of 111 in advance
This department will five student, th. neoeaaary
trainluir in thoatU'llearulred for admitano. Into,
the Col Itariate department.
Will oonalat of Pnif. J. W. Johnson, Proaident, and.
Profcaaor. Tbomaa Condon and Mark Bailey. Th.
UMi hera In the preparatory department are Mrs. Ma
rv K. Hpiller, trinciiail, anil Mmy K. ttone.Mu.
Aaaiataut. JIHIM W. JOIINKON,
ri'mident of Univoraity and fa.ulty.,
J. J. WALTON,
Hec'y lunl of Directora.
Who may be sufiVrinir from the effect of youth
ful folliiv or liidiacn-tion, will do well to avail
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid
nt the altar of eulfering humanity. 1)11. 8P1N
NKY will Kmu-aiitee to forfeit $.00 to any easa
seminal weakness, or private diseaae of any kind
or uharai'ter which he umlcrttke. and fails to
cure. He would therefore aay to th. unfurtm'""
nute luiff erer 'who may read thia notice, that yoo
are treading on ilungenm. gniuud wheivyrm
lunger delay in aeekiug the proper remedy for
your complaint. You may be in the arststagv
rmemlier that you are approacliinir the laxW,
If you are bordcrinK utam the huit, aud ar. uf
femij; some or all iu ill. etfrts, remember that
if you in-mint in procraatiiuition the time must
eome when the tmait skillful physician can ren
der you no a-aitaiioej. when the door of hop
will be cloned struinat you: when an anifel of
mercy can hrinx yon no relief. In no cae ha
the iW-tor failed id nictvm. Tlien let not des
pair work um you iiuarinatin, but avail
yountelf of tlie U ni ficial rmultsof hia treatment
Iif fore your case ia beyund the reach of medical
skill, or lief.ire grim death burric you to a pre
mature grave. . f'ul omrse of treatment t'-X
tviut miifH-y by KMtotfioe nnler or express, with
f ijl decritiiin f case. 'all on or addrPM
It 11. A, II. NI'IWEV,
Na 1 1 Ke.imey street, San Franciaoo.
Kugcnc Uty ttrcwery.
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MAT1IIAS MBLLKU, Pro'p.
Ia now pnpared to fitl all ordvra for
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Com nl Ut jrifirwlf.
rvwiin mnv '! ion
VollrH TO l'KKHIT()KS.-Nnti' k.
i.1 hen by (fiven that li. 11. I)irris haa ha .
appnintrd alu4tl:L trat-r of the eatateof t'arlUls
Jlirrlirii!, tl-cewnl. All perwns having claim.
Muiut aaid dcceaned will peceert the same t...
tne at my office in Kiifne t ity whiiin 6 wmucu
fnm the publication of this n.i'-.
;i:o. ii. LMjimis, Ad-u..
(k-t-jber 21, 1'jTfi. .