The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, February 10, 1877, Image 3

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CITY AND COUNTY.
SOTICE TO DELI.QtE.m
Patrons of the Guard knowing themselves
indebted to the Proprietor will please make
payment before January 1st, 1877. All old ao.
counts must be closed up with the doae of the
, year.
Money may be tent from distant parties by
Bettered Letter, when Foetoffioe Money Or
der cannot be obtained.
Address, . 0. J. BUYS,
Eugene City, Or.
No Hops Found. A telegram was received
from Jas. F. Robinson on Wednesday saying
that they found in San Francisco only 53,000
tioumls of hops upon which I. W. Kanoff
had any claim, and upon which there was a
mortgage of $8,000. The remainder, alwut
21,000 pounds were takeu and disposed of by
Mr. Kanoff, so that his creditors will receive
absolutely nothing. This will be discourag
ing news to many who disposed of their hops
to him, most of whom were nieu who began
the cultivation of hops two and three years
atro. barely existing during the time their
yards were taking root, and who looked to
the returns of the last season's crop to put
tnem in condition ,w pay on pressing ueow.
it is also very uestruoiive ui coiiuucuw
human nature.
in
Another Rogue. Last summer a young
man by the name of Alverson came to Eugene
and for a short time occupied Forbes' photo
graph gallery. Dr. Alverson being acquaint
ed with and distantly related to the father of
the young man, boarded him during his stay
lere, and when he loft let him have a pair of
horses and buggy with which to travel and
follow bis occupation as a photographer, he
agreeing to remit a certain amount each week
in consideration thereof. But weeks passed
and no returns came, and the Doctor uegan
to hunt his namesake. A few days ago he
received word from the postmaster at Teha
ma, Cal., that Alverson had sold the team
and buggy at that place and gone to Reno,
Nevada. We do not know what efforts, if
any, have been made to apprehend him.
He is a bright appearing young man about 20
years of age, a photographic artist and is ac
accompanied by Anson Hall, a step-son of
Dr. Alverson, the two traveling as the Alver
son Bros. They will do to watch.
Camilla Ubso. Mr. Oscar Weil, the ad
vance agent of Madame Camilla Urso, the
celebrated violinist, was in town on Wednes
day, for the purpose of ascertaining whether
8utlicicnt patronage would be bestowed to
warrant the troupe in coming to Eugene
Madame Urso has a world wide reputation as
one of the finest musicians of the age, and
she is supported in her concerts by a compa
ny of talented artists. See advertisement
elsewhere.
Bound over. Harvey Kanoff and Job n
Cogswell were taken before Justice Dick, in
Camp Creek precinct, for preliminary exam
ination for the killing of Scott Osbnrn on
Thursday of last week. Mr. Cogswell was
acquitted and Kanoff was placed under a
bond of $2,500 his appearance before the
grand jury. Bonds were furnished and
Kanoff is at liberty.
At Home. Gov. Grover went through on
Thursday's train for Salem. Quite a number
f our citizens gathered at the depot to pay
their respects to him. He will at once for
mally turn over the executive office to Gov.
Chadwiek, and will leave for Washington on
the 20th.
Religious Notices.
Elder C. W. Reos will deliver lectures on
the Bible the three next Sabbath evenings at
the Baptist Church. -
Services at Episcopal Church on the even
ing of Feb. 14th Ash Wednesday by Bish
op Morris.
Meetings will be held in the Brick Church
on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
evenings of next week. We affirm that all
that belongs to man is now mortal, but will
be made immortal at the coming of Christ
That the punishment of the wicked is not
torment, but death. That the state of the
dead is not active life, but sleep. That the
home of the saints is not heavenly, but this
earth. We challenge any one to meet us on
these doctrines. In friendly debate let the
truth be broughtout on these points.
Eld. M. M. Norton.
Something More about that Flag.
At a regular meeting of Eugene Hook and
Ladder Company, held at Eugene Feb. 5,
1877,
The Secretary was, by a nnanimous vote of
the Company, ordered to tender the thanks
of E. H. 4 L Co. to Mrs. C. W. Fitch and
other ladies, for their magnanimity in pre
senting the Flag to the Company, and to
pubbsh in the Eugene City papers and Daily
Oregonian the fact that the Company ha .re
ceived the flag, and that the article in the
Oregonian of Jan. 31st, under the head of Eu
gene items, was slanderous and discreditable
to the Eugene corresjiondent
J. N. 1'oiNnr.xTKR,
C. C. Cronfr, Vice President
Secretary.
Brier .Tlennon.
St Valentine's day next Wednesday.
Common Council next Monday evening.
The floor of the skating rink has been .re
paired.
No through mail overland for three days
this week.
The game law, so far as regards deer shoot
ing, is in force.
A. W. Stowell has been at home during
the past week.
Easter Sunday makes a fool of itself by
coming on the 1st of April this year.
An application will be made to the council
to gravel in front of the track house. Such
improvement is necessary.
Jas. F. Rubison has concluded not to sell
his hops until next season. He thinks the
market will be more healthy then.
The Oregon and California Railroad Com
pany will soon commence sinking a shaft on
the coal vein near Comstnck's mill, and will
continue work nntil they find a vein suffic
iently large to satisfy all demands. From
this vein the Company hope to supply all
Oregon.
A bill changing the manner of filing proof
in making pre-emption and homestead entries
o the claimants caa attend to the business
before clerks of courts of record, instead of
personally visiting the District Board offices,
will hkely become a law. As the law stands
As the law stands
IIS proVTSH-riS won a grew namsurp
. . - i . i .it- . .
tiers on the public domain in nuny parts of ,
the country.
Meeting of the University Board.
At the adjourned meeting of the Board of
Regents of the State University the follow
ing officers and members wore present: Mat
thew P. Deady, President) Joshua J.Walton,
Secretary! B. F. Dorris, Ti O. Hendricks, J,
M. Thompson, and George Humphrey. Ah-
ent, Hon. L L McArthur, R. S. Strahan
n.l V I 1
The Secretary made the following report of
moneys received and paid out:
RECEIVED.
Front tuition, lterm '. 11,473 75
rroin State int on University fund.. 1,025 00
Total $3,098 75
PAID OCT.
Salaries of teachers. 1 Quarter 82.135 00
Janitor I2t
Wood 142 75
Refunded to student !i0 00
Total $2,412 23
Balance on hands $&Ki 52
The Executive Committee reported that they
had audited the following claims for labor done
in building sidewalks, fencing, grading and seed
ing grounds, furnishing univenity., etc.:
Cram Bros., clocks $121 50
Kobiiixon & Church, hardware 12 00
Z. S. McMurrav. brick 14 00
J. L. liriirlit, painting...... 59 25
Win. Campbell, lumber and laW. . . . 632 (13
A. L. Bancroft 4 Co.. apparatus. .... 80 25
J. J. Walton, Eleotrotyiws 49 00
C rlanseu, time Urass seed. W 51
Insurance on University Building,
$30.000 273 50
J. W. Skaggs, Stationery ko 18 75
DaAid Cherrv. Settees. Tables, ko.... 245 25
J. It Ream. l)eks, water troughs, 4c, 302 75
J. R. Van Alxtein, labor and materials 150 74
T. G. Hendricks, sundries. 152 00
H. CL Perkins, aurvevimr grounds 18 00
W. W. Eaiiey, wheelbarrow 12 00
A. A. Sharp, plowing and grading. ... 177 00
Tames Cooper, building fence 385 30
I). F. Dorris, stoves, labor, etc., 200 50
A3. Patterson, books, stationery, etc. 38 40
G.J. Buys, printing 27 00
The above amounts are drawn from the ap
propriation made by the legislature,
The following resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That it is the purpose of the
. . . .. . ....
University m grculuating students, to give
them thorough instruction and not crowd
them through to graduate, and therefore we
recommend to the President of the Universi
ty and Faculty to provide that moderate les
sons be given aud requiring them thoroughly
learned.
The Executive Committee were instructed
to have completed by contract the two upper
stories of the University building and two
rooms in the basement for the use of the jan
itor, and have the same furnished by the
commencement of the next school year.
They were also instructed to have a neat
house erected over the well and to furnish one
large-sized thermometer for each schoolroom.
section 18 was added to the by-laws of the
Board as follows:
The Secretary shall collect all monev due
or owing the University for tuition and the
interest on the University fund from the
State, pay the same to the Treasurer and
report all moneys so coljected to the Board of
Regents at each session thereof.
A Rascal. A professional swindler, who
has been operating at various towns in Ore
gon and Washington Territory, recently
succeeded in bilking a firm in Seattle quite
extensively, and getting away with the
spoils. The fellow has recently been travel
ing under the name of Meyers, but while
operating in the vicinity of Albany and Har-!
risourg, weni uy uie uouie oi iuvia. mo
Seattle Dispatch says: "Some mouths ago
he was employed by Toklas & Singerman of
this city, to sell goods in various towns
about the Sound, aud he being quite success
ful iu his sales, his employers were well
satisfied with him and reposed the utmost
confidence in his honesty. He had not been
heard from for a week, and a few days since
the firm received information which confirmed
their fears, that the guileless Meyers had sud
denly "folded his tout like the Arab, and
silently Btole away," taking with him $.'i(IO
belonging to the above firm, besides several
smaller sums belonging to various parties
herealiouts. This fellow Meyers, alias Davis,
is evidently no novice at this business, he
having been engaged in several very ques
tionable transactions in the Webfoot country,
among others that of "skcdadling" with the
funds belonging to the Italian Circus, while
acting iu the capacity of manager pro tern.
Meyers, alias Davis, is a short thick-set man,
about 5 feet 6 inches in height, with strongly-marked
Jewish features aud a round bullet-head
of a very peculiar shape, with hair
cropped close; is very glib of tongue, and
has the faculty of easily worming himself in
to the good graces of his victim. Look out
for him."
New programme of amusements at the rink
next week.
A Maonifiuent Paper, The West Shore
for January is a magnificent paper in every
sense. It is a volume in itself. It has forty-four
pages of interesting and valuable lit
erature printed in a handsome style, and
embelished with interesting illustrations,
photographs of Oregon's prominent men, and
engravings of our noteworthy architecture
and natural sccnory, This number con
tains brief sketches of the different towns
in Oregon apd devotes ail available space to
the enterprise and the advantages of our
admirable State. It is, iu fact, a striking
witness in behalf of Oregon's natural resources
and of the onward strides of the undertaking
and thrift of her inhabitants is in itself an
exhibit of the enterprise charisteristie of the
section it represents. The West Shore is an
excellent family paper and just the thing to
send to your friends abroad. Sutwcription
5 rice, $1 TtO per year. Single copy 20 cents,
anuary number 50 cents. Free to yearly
suliscrioers. L Samuels; publisher. Port
land Oregon.
Romance on the Half Siikll. A mar
riage occurred at the St. Charles Hotel on
Thursday, the high contracting parties le-
, Misg'TM,p 0f Oakland. It
mg a railroad employe named vtastiuurn ami
was a case ot
cruel parient, ro ladders, etc
All Paid. County Treasurer Gray remit
ted the balance due the State from this coun
ty as taxes to Salem by express last Thurs
day. The following resolution explains itself :
Resolved, That as members of Sjencer
Butte Lodife. we hereby return our grateful
thanks to the ladies for the very pleasant
surprise and elegant supper furnished by tnem
on last Tnesday night We hope they will
be pleased to storm our Lodge again in the
same way ax no aisiani aay.
,
The ret-nlar meeting of Lane county coun
cil P. of if , will be held in Eogene City oo
Toes-lay, February 13, 177, at 10 o click A.
M. Members of the N. W. .S. S. k C. Co.
are requested to attend. Jou Kellt,
President
Robinson k (lurch at ths Hardware Sfcrre
ke.pU.eUr-Kihert
ikiwt and bdr in Eiwnx City, eomriruuigin
r.r)Wm, Bbu,k., fcrfin, GiH and FjnUs-
. h
lim4 fnim the
j-J f, u,,j -jj nll t cWp as the
cheat. Ail paper trimmed free (4 charge.
State Temperance Union.
The State Temperance Union will meet in
Albany, on Wednesday, Feb. 21st, at 1
o'clock in the afternoon. The aecoud article
of the constitution of that body roads as
follows I
"The Union shall be composed of delegates
(Inly elected from iememnce societies,
churches, and religions bodies which enjoy
and enforce the duty of temperance upon
their members, as a rule of faith and practice,
and each organization represented shall fur
nish its delegates with proinx credentials
certified to by its officers."
The basis of representation is one for the
organization aud one for every twenty-five
members or fraction of twelve or more.
Delegates will be carried- at half rates over
the following hues: Oregon Steam Naviga
tion Co., 0. C. R. R., and 0. 4 C R. R.
Those traveling over the last two routes will
show their credentials to the ticket agent,
who will furnish them tickets for the round
trip, from Feb. 20th to 24th inclusive, charg.
ing one fare, Thoe using the 0. S. N. Co, i
route will pay full fare to Albany, and will
be returned free on presentation of ecrtili
eates from the secretary of the Union. The
"Iuduiieudiint" and "Opposition" lines of
steamboats have also agreed to carry dele
gates at reduced fare. It is most earnestly
hoped that organizations entitled to repre
sentation in the Union will not fail to elect
delegates to the same.
Pres. State Temperance Union.
OREGON STATE TEMPERASCS ALLIANCE.
The sixth annual session of the Oregon
State Temperance Alliance will be held in
the city of Albany, commencing Wednesday,
Feb. 21. 1877.
The atteution of organizations and socie
ties desiring to be represented in the Alliance
is referred to Art 3 of the Constitution.
Art. 3, "This Alliance shall be comosod
of delegates duly elected and accredited
from alITemierance societies, churches and
Sunday schools and all organized bodies
which are known to be in active working sym
pathy with the temperance reform and all con
tributing members of this character who
will qualify as hereinafter provided, tho ba
sis of representation being one delegate
for the organization, one for every twenty
members, and one for every fraction over
ten."
Delegates will be carried at half rates rover
all routes.
A delegation from every organization and
society, working for the triumph of our
cause, is earnestly requested to be in attend
ance. C. H. WiiiTNEX, Rec. See.
Lots of fun at the skating rink to night
Obituary.
Died, In this city on Sunday ths 4th inst, at
12 h., Mrs. Matty Martin; aged 20 years aud 6
months.
Mrs. Martin was one of those rare charcters
concerning whom it is but faint praise to say:
"none knew her but to love her." She was
born in Tipton county, Ind. At the age of 14
she came with her parents to Oregon. In the
winter'of 1808 she was married to T.M Martin,
who was then pastor of the Eugene City Bap
tist Church. During the past 3 years she has
been living a happy, busy life on the McKenzie
aiver, 33 miles east of Eugene City. She died
hist Sunday alter a brier but very painful ill
ness, wli-h she bore with the utmost patience,
having given birth to a son the Monday pre
ceding. Her excellencies of character were of
that modest type, that like Jewels, shine with
the greatest lustre because of the unassuming
nature of their setting. As a friend, she was
faithful; as a daughter, du if nl ; as a sister,
kind; as a wife, affectionate and true, and as a
mother, utterly devoted to her children, one
leaves three little boys whoare hardly conscious
of their loss the oldest being but 6 years
old. She was a consistent member of the Bap
tist Church. Being pressed on her dying bed
to state whether she reposed faith in Christ, she
is said to have replied: "I do trust in him, I
... . . 1.:... I mn ,..... ...1 f-...n tlta .Drill
UU .1 linv 111 mill, wiu u hvu . . .. ww ww
a noble, uffectionate, good woman.
The golden bowl of life is brokc-Ths silver oord
lliat liupe threw lurwara mruug-n uie promising
yctirs
T.ics broken ami raveled by death's awiul hand.
The hut sweet lovins; words on earth are spoken.
Wo see hor loving 4ee Is through heart-wrung.tears,
But hopes and plans alike lie nattered on the strand.
Mother and wife and truest friend ere life's high
noon
Tlad reached ths glory of meridian strength
Thy work on earth is done. Yet done so well
There seems no plans to add or take away,
Ule's work cannot be measured by its length
Thine is a finished work-Loved one, farewell.
Retail Produce stad Provision Market.
The following are retailers' prices :
FLOUR. -f bbl, M.
CORN MEAL Oregon ground, in bulk, 4c.
Oats f bushel, 50.
Beans J? It), 5c.
BUTTER Fresh rolls, STja.
COFFEE Rio, 20; Java, 33Jc
CHEESE Oregon, 20a
CANDLES box, 4e4 50.
ESGS-330.
BACON-r-Sides, 14c; hams, 15c; shoulders,
12Ja
LARD -In tins, 15c; bulk, 12J.
CHICKENS-2 56Y5 3 00 t doien.
FISH-Saluion, hf bbls, fi; 5011. kits, ti 00;
Mackerel, per kit, t4; Codfish, 0 lb, 12r?15c.
SUGAR-S. F. R,, 10jc; Island, lOfetjc;
crushed, 18c; powdered, 20c.
SALT-Carman Island, 100 lbs, 1 25;
Bay, ?125; Liverpool Dairy, t?2 50; do coarse,
tz
TEA Green, II 25; Japan, 75c l W
8 YRUP-Heavy Golden, V keg, i
OI L8- Keroseue, 75 f gallon.
I have now on hand a full and complete
atsortmrnt of
HARNESS AND SADDLERY,
which I will sell
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER FIRM
IN THIS CITY.
Parties knowing themselves indebted to me
will pleaae come forward and settle.
CHAA HADLEY.
DR. JOHN 1IERKD0LD,
KRG1C1L IND IECHAMC11 DE.uIST,
HAS REMOVED TO KOSEBURT,, Ore
im. U i vwatiM-tfullv offers his aer-
vicrs to the citizents of that place and vicinity
in all the branches of his profynn.
OrUla Htadmrbe tare.
A hannlns . vegetable prfjaratioo, and the
dwecTerr of a physician, the Victor Headache
Powder has ben proven a positively Sure ears
i, th mort dutreMins ess of sick and Bnr
oos Kmlsche, morning sickness and neuralgia,
a single powder actually curing in tea aiinutes
U mil ntW me&ns faui Ws have had a
wissderful experience with it, and the ten cent
trial lck of t powdrrs can "M 61 only
i,
them pnrtpabL The full sul P'" ' a pow
Am. tnar .V) eta., can be had d Drusnnsta
rrwbere and it is with well-sritMi ohiiee
tiry are o.td as a thorough cure fir all di-
ut Um kead. ju 'I
Wagons. Hacks, Buggies, Carriages,
A large stock on hand and I will to order of the Best Eastern Timber throughout.
ALL WORK WARRANTED W EVERY I RESPECT, at Fair Trices.
Repository and Shop Comer Ninth and Oak Streets, Eugene City.
Please call aud nee for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere
Blacksmithing, Wood Work and Carriage Tainting done
to order.
W. WESPEY.
Robinson & Chi
DEALKH8 IK
' Jl S1IELF& HEAVY HAItDWAKE
II AVE TUB
Best Selected Stock in
S. H. FRIENDLY,
. HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUM V.n tiFa iw
The Largest Stock of Goods
EVER RROUHT
OUR STOCK OF
CLOTHING
has Wen lankly increased and we can show as
hanusome line of ready made gowta in
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found in the country, and at prices
mat cannot lall to salisty.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled, with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles and fitshionahle shades of good.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
and
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all odors.
lcQuhed it Unbleached Cotton Flan
nels.
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
S.
Protect Your Buildings.
Which may be done with one-fourth the usual
ex)ense hy using our
PATENT SLATE PAINT.
MIXED READY FOR USE.
I'lre-I'roof, WNtrr-l'roof, Dura-
blc, Fooiionileal and
Ornamental.
A roof mav be covered with a verv cheap
shingle, and by application of this slate be made
to iai irom zu to za years, via roots can be
patched and coated, liHiking much better, and
lasting lunger than new shingles without the
slate lor
One-Third the Cost of Re-Shliiglingl
The cost of slating new shingles Is only about
the cost of simply laying them. The paint Is
riHK-rnooK against sparks or flying embers, as
may be easily tested by any one.
IT STOPS EVERY LEAK,
and for tin or iron has no equal, as it expands
by heat and contracts ly cold, and nkvkr
cracks nor scales. Kools covered with tar
sheathing felt can be made water tight at a
small exiiense, and preserved for many years.
Ihls slate paint is
EXTREMELY CHEAP.
Two irallons will cover a hundred souare feet
of shingle roof, while on tin, iron, felt, matched
boards, or any smooth sunace, irom two quarts
to one gallon are required to 100 square feet of
surface, and although the paint has a heavy
body it is easily applied with a brush.
No Tar is Used in this Composition,
Therefore it neither cracks In winter hor runs
in summer.
On decaying sh mules it tills up the holes and
pores, and gives a new and substantial roof that
will last for years. uuui.KOOK wakpku shin
gles it brings to their places and keeps them
there. It nils up all holes In left roots, spqis
the leaks, and although a slow dryer, rain does
not effect it a few hours after applying, As
nearly all paints that are black contain tar. he
sure you obtain our ou.Nn.Ns; article, which (for
shingle roofs) is
Chocalata Color,
when first applied, changing In about a month
to a month to a uniform slate color, and is to
all intents and purjiosei SLATE, Oft
TI. HOOFS
our red color is usually preferred, as one coat is
equal to five of any ordinary paint. For
It KICK HAILS
our Diikiht Ur. is the only reliable Slate Taint
ever introduced that will effectually prevent
dampness from penetrating and discoloring the
plaxUr.
Th we paints are also largely used on out
houses and fences, or as a priming coat on fine
buildings.
Our only colors are chocolate, kid, ukioht
Ukd and Ohanuc.
New York Cash Price List.
5 gallons, can and box. t 6 60
10 " Jteg K
TO " half laurel 1 00
40 " one barrel 30 00
We have In stock, of.our own manufacture,
roofing rsaterials, etc., at the following low
prices
1000 rolls extra Rublier Roofiing t S cents
per square foot (Or we will furnish Rubber
Roofing Nails, Cal and Slate Paint for an en
tire new rsof, at 4J cent ier square foot
J000 rolls 2-ply Tarred Rooting Felt, at 1J
cenis iier square foot
3000 rolls 3 ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at 2)
cents 'r square foot
!W0 rolls Tarred sheating, at cent per square
5,000 gallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed ready
fur use, on inside or ouUide work, at wr gal-
ln
Kwid for sample card of coliirs. All orders
must be sccompauied with the money tn satis
factory references. No goods shipped C. 0. 1).
unless express charges are guaranteed,
rumple orders solicited. '
X. V. NL.tTK P IXT CO.,
102 fc 104 MAIDEN LANE, New York,
norll 3m
A FREE CIRE.
For eoirnmtion, bronchitis, asthama, catarrh,
1 and ltuur disesMS. Also a sure relief am:
permanent eum for general debility. drlli
sod all aerrous affections, by a simpls vegetable
tmdiein which eursd a yeneral.ls nuWsury
I'trnan wbo wss long a resident of Hyriaand
the East, and who ha freely gWi this valua
ble specific to thouMnU of kindrsd sufferers
jk tha iMtMt DomiMa benefit, and now be
feels it his sered ctirirtiaa duty to biqsut to
others this won.Vrvul invigorating nway, una
will send FREE the original reoeipt oanylrie,
with full directions, to any person enclosing
(tmp for reply.
V DK. CLARK A.ROBI5I.
Gatin LLota, SnAn V Y:
P. O. Lux 70.
TTAVE FOR sale
XAat Uie LOWEST
Kates
IKON, 8TEKI,.
AXES. ANVILS.
NANA ROl'E
Cable Chains,
lilass, Putty,
lam rami rocket
CUTLERY.
GUNS, l'ISTOLS,
AMMUNITION.
Oitkoii
AGRIUULTTKAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Martini- Powder,
Fishinir 'lackle.
Etc Eta
We invito an exam
ination of our irootls.
fontiu nt tuat our
, p-KHS will suit the
times.
TO EUGENE.
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Travelino Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the leading styles.
OIL CLOTHS for floor and table use,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would eall siciid attention to our stock of
Mens and Hoys' Sun Francisco Hoot8,
Which we have sold for a numW nf venrawith
great satisfaction Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING
UTENSILS.
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
astouishly low rates,
LIVERPOOL & CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price for all kinds of produce and
WOOL.
II. FIII12NDI.Y.
OIKOUX.AR
or tui
STATE UNIVERSITY,
EUGENE CITY, OR
Ths beautiful building prepared for the Btets Tn-
versity of Oregon being now reailv for ths aeoommo
dation of students, the tint session will ooinmence
on the llilu or October. There will be two courses
f study, the Preparatory snd Cullegiato, aud two
maWtKnil; nUQlUWtfh. '
The law provides fcir ths Ires tuition of one stu
dent from each county and fur each member of the
Legislature. Btudents wishing to avail themselves
of the benefits of this lw should maks application
toIUie county superintendent of ths county in which
they reside. Another students wishing to take the
collegiate oourse will be required to pay a tuition
fee of 20 per term in advance. All candidates for
admission, to this department will be required to
iss an examination In ths following
8TUDIK9 I
Beading, Writing, Orthography, Practical Arith
metic, English Ummmar,C,eugnii)hy, History ol ths
United Htatce, latin Grammar, Header and 4 Books
ofCwsar, U'sck Grammar and Bcadcr; but for ths
present lbs e xamination In ths languages may be
emitted. The curriculeum of study in ths
COLLEGIATE COURSE
Will comprise, 1st, the usual college coarse. Id, a
complete oourse In Bcienoe. 1, a Normal oourse
planned with special referenos to tha wants of teach-
All students In this demrtment will be nnuirsd
to pay a fee of II M) tier term in advuica (or iiuiilBn-
tal expenses. All students in ths
PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT
Will be required to pay a tuition of I IS in advance.
This department will give Indents tha necessary
trsinlni in tha atudiea required fur adinltanos Into
Uie Collegiate department.
THE FACULT?
Will oonsint of Prof. J. W. Johnson, President, and
Professors Thomas Condon and Mark Bailey. 'I he
teachers In the preparatory department are Mrs. Ma
ry E. Hpillor, Principal, and Mary K. tHtone.MiM
AssiaUnt. JOHN W. JOilNHON,
President of University and faculty.
i. J. WALTON,
Bce'y Iksird of Directors.
Eugene lily Brewery.
SIATJ1IAS MKLLKK, Pro'p.
Is now prqucl to fill sll orders for
LAGER BEER
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Come Briil for ruurwlf. A Rood articU needs
rerv)mmDliition.
Thorouhbred
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ALSO
Bronze Turkeys,
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Pekin Ducks and Emden.Qeese.
TDOCOrCEBEED S0CTDD0W1 gflEEP.
TniCE LIST NOW
READY. Also.
J. Pi
anipblet on the cars of Fowls.- hatching.
feeding, diseases and th'ir cure, etc, adaited
clrciaily to the I'scthc 1 t; price 10 cents.
Address, enclosing stamp,
Jf. EYRE.
NAPA. CAL.
Plesas state where yon saw this sdvertiarmrftt
Baled Hay,
Baled
Straw
and Wood
Fbr
R SALE IN QUANTTTIF.3 TO SUIT
& 1L t HK1SI 1A,
At the Puetu&oC
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Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
MUSIC,
AD
SEWING AIACIIWES
THANKLVa
ths publie for
their past liberal .
patronage, Ws nosK .
invite them to (sA
) i"n us st our room
in ITmlMMMwl k
lCo.s new briea?!
t where may be found
a full assortment of
(roods in the aliove line.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired in the
best manner, AND WARRANTED.
Willamette St, Eugene Citj, Oregoa-.
CHAIN BROS.
A New Deal.
R. G."gRAHAM,
MERCHANT TAILOR
n AS JUST RKt'KIVKD from the East a
line of line and fashionable cloths, such as
has never before been brought to Eugene, cot.
sisting of
Pauls Goods,
Coalings, in all Grades,
and Flue Vestlngs.
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
It. O. GRAHAM.
The Naturalists' Agency
Minerals, Shells, Birds, &c
rniiK NATrn a lists' agency has
X. Iwn established nt 3725 lancater Avs-,
nuo, rhihulelphia, for the purpoae of giving
collectors of object of Kntiirnl lllntorw
an opihirtunity of buying, sellinir or exchang
ing their duplicates or collections, l'lease state
where you saw this advertisement
Specimens sent to any iart of tlie world by
mail. A monthly bulletin of 8 luures sent free.
My MlNKIIAI.IHIICAL (.'AT.VUHH'li and table of
siecies, by which most minerals may lie identi
fied, illustrated by over t') worth of Engrav
ings, is now ready for distribution. It is an
excellent check list ooutaining in the price list
every siecies and all the more common varie
ties arranged alphabetically and preceded by
the siiecies numU'r, The species iiiuiiber indi
cates Uie place of any mineral in the table of
sjiecies, after it will be found the secJes name,
ciiuHKiiinii, sirvaa or lustre, cleavage or Irao
ture, hardnesa, so, gr. fusability and crystallia-
uon. r ree iu all customers, To others on re
ceipt of ten cents for postage, ic
The large increase of my business has com
(wiled me to rent tiie store No, 3727. and use it
entirely for liinls, Mammals, Shells, Plants,
llixiks, Fossils, Mound Builders' Relics iuid all
objects of Natural History except Minerals.
i nave secured the services ol one ot ths best
taxidermists in the country, a gentleman who
who was employed by the Smithsonian Institu
tion in South America for three years. I have
a very large stock of Western anil Southern.
birds on hand. Also, Heads and Antlers for
Museums, Dining Ko. mis, Halls and Libraries.
I have now over 38 tons, and nearly $35,000
worth of Minerals on hand. I have sold ovsr
$17,000 worth siuce the 17th day of January,
wnen the nrst box was put Into my establish
ment November 13th, my cash kales were over
$1,500 and cash receipts over $1,200.
I have the best sjieciiiieiiB ever seen of Amn
ion Stone. Rubv Silver. Ssmarskite. Amethvst-
llrookito, ('olmuhate of Yttria, onochlorite,
('hllenlte, Chalcedony, Jtutile in Quarts. Hy
drotitanite, Itacoluniite, Nigrin, (ireen Wavel
lite colored by Vanalium, I'eganite, Smoky
Quarts, ltock Crystal, Perofskite, Schrolomlte.
Aegerite( Eelilspar, (pink, red, gray, brywnand
green), Kmbolite, Melanite, Uiarkite, aud Chlo- -
rastrouie.
Collections of Minerals
For B'.udenta, Amateurs, Professors, Physi
cians and other Professional Men.
These collections Illustrate all the principal
siecics and all grand subdivisions in liana ann
other works on Mineralogy Every Crystalline
system all the principal Ores and every known
element The collections are lalielleif with a
printed laliel that can only be removed by. soak
ing. Ths labels give Dana's s melee, number,
the name, locality, and in most eases the com
position of the mineral
All collections accompanied by my Illustrated
Catalogue and table of species.
100 Crystals and Fragments for Study $1
100 Siecmens, Student's Size, Larger I
100 Secimens, larger, Amateur's sizs 2 j
inches 10
Collections of Oems, Ores, Earthy minerals,
Minerals used in any Arts or Agriculture, on
hand or put up to Order.
We sell Minerals by weight, for the Chemist
and blownine use. at verv low iiHi m. as Hamar.
kite 25a )ier lb., ilrookite Pure Crystal 25o.
per 11)., Kutlle pure 2.ric, per 11)., Wavellite
25c. lwr lb., lSlende 10a per lb., Lepidolite 20o,
wr lb.
I desire especially to call attention to my re
markably fine s)eclmens of Amazon Btonk, ol
which I have or have had nine-tenths of all the
siiecimens ever found I have mads six trisi to
the locality, ami think I may safely say no
more will be found. Good crystals from 15
cents to $1 each, ,
I have lust purchased the best of the Ruby
Silver exhibited at the Centennial by the Chil
ian government, xuusc are me uuiy Bwciuiens
weighing less than three lbs, that ever brought '
anything like $1,01)0 each.
My Titanii'm Minkhaiji are the finest ever
known. Resides ths Hydrated Tetanic Acid,
Hydrotitanite, a mineral recently analysed by
lr. KiHihr. of Pennsylvania University. I
have also remarkably well crystalized Perof
skites, linKikites of enormous size, Untiles gen-
imhttert till they form a circle, Bchorlsnute,
Warwickite, 4 c.
I have the most beautiful green WaviLLITI
and I'eganite ever known, colored by Vanadio
acid
Iain selling Amethyst at far lower prices
than it was ever sold at Mure, Over $2,500
worth sold since the 10th of July.
1 have just bought the famous Chii.tom Col-
lkitioM of Minerals and Shells.which have been
on exhibition at Tiffany's for ths at two
mi... .,) .,Lal si rsin
t contained a numlier of unequaltd things,
among them a Rutile In Quartz, for which Mr.
C'linton was offered $X0 jiold. A twin crystal
of clear calcite containing 4 pint of water,
weighing over 10 11m. 1 he only perfect spiny
murex in the country.
My collection of plants is very fine, compris
ing many that are rare, from the far North and
1 1 ' . T I 1 .. i J .I.- X' . ..J
Middle States (including Vs.) collections of A.
II. Curtis, who will no longer deal in them. -
I have several hundred volumes ot rare old
works on Mineralogy, Chemistry and th
natural scii-ncea. Among them are many
the mrxt interesting of tlie State and Govern
ment Reports.
A. K. tlSllC, AI. U.,
Trof. of ChemUtry and Mineralogy,
3726 Lancaster Avenue, .
pHlLADtXraia, Pi.
T.IOK NAI.E
A STANUAKI) ORGAN,
trument: eost 1200. A bar
1 entirely new instrument; cost $200.
rain offend. Aoblv to
UNI. J. 15(JI.
JUST RECEIVED.
A Irge Stock of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
GKOCKIUKS,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
ETC., ETC.,
AT REDUCED PEICES. ,
HitrfiMt market prk lid f.call kinds of
PRUUL'CK, HIDllS and I'llS.
A. GOLDSMITH.
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