The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, March 31, 1877, Image 3

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None. flimpl, annonnrcment or births, mar
Via nd deaths will be inserted without thug.
. Obituary notice will be charged for at the rate of 10
eenta per line.
WaaMime norespouibilitv for Tiewi expressed
by eorreipoodenU.
Single eopiea of the Oman, In wrapperi for mail-
Bf , ua be ooiauieu at una omoe.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Fourth Month Dunce.
The carious custom of joking on the first of
April, sending the ignorant or unwary on
1 ruitless errand, for the sake of making them
feel foolish and having a laugh at them, pre
vail! very widely in" world. And wheth
er you call the victim a "fourth month
dunce," an "April fol," "April fish" (at
'in France), an "April Gowk" (aa in Scotland),
the object, to deceive him and laugh at him,
if everywhere the same. The custom haa
Wn traced bacVfor age; all through 'Eu
rope, ai far back as the record ga The
"Feast of Fools" is mentioned as celebrated
1y the ancient Romans. In Asia the Hin
doos have a festival ending on the 31st of
March, called the "Huli festival," in which
'they play the same sort of April pranks
translated into Hindoo lushing at the vic
tims, and making him a "Huli fooL" It goes
back even to Persia, where it is supposed to
lave a beginning, in very ancient times, in
the celebration of spring.'when their New
Year begins. How it came to be what we
everywhere find it, the wise men cannot agree.
The many authorities are so divided, that I
see no way but for ns to accept the custom as
"we find it, wherever we may happen to be,
and be careful not to abuse it- home jokes
are peculiar to particular places- In Eng
land, where it is called All Fool's Day, one
favorite joke is to send the greenhorn , to a
bookseller to buy the "Life and Adventures
of Eve's Grandmothor," or to a cobbler to
buy a few cents' worth of "strap oil." strap
oil being, in the language of the "hoo-mak-ing
brotherhood, a personal application of the
leather. The victim usually gets a good
whipping with a strap. There was an old
superstition in England that prayers to the
Virgin at eight o'clock on All Fool's Day,
would be of wonderful efficacy, and it is seri
ously mentioned by grave writers of old days.
In Scotland the first of April is called "hunting
the gowk," and consists most often of send
ing a person to another a long way off, with a
note which says, "Hunt the gowk another
mile." The recipient of the note gives him a
new missive to still another, containing the
same words j and so the sport goes on, till
the victim remembers the day of the month,
and sits down to rest and think alwut it. In
France, where the custom is verv ancient.
the jokes are much the same i but the victim
is called an "April fish," because he is easily
caught. In one part of France there is a cus
tom of eating a certain kind of peas which
grow there, called "pois chinches." The
oke there is to send the peasants to a cer
tain convent to ask for those peas, telling
them that the fathers are obliged to give some
to every one who comes on that dav. The
joke is as much on the monks as on the peas
ants, for there is often a perfect rush of ap
plicants all day. A more disagreeable ens.
torn prevails in Lisbon on the first of April,
when the great object is to pour water on
passers-by, or, failing in that, to throw pow-
er in their face. . If both can be done, the
joker is happy. I need not tell yon the
American style of joking: nailing a piece of
silver to the sidewalk ; tying apiece of string
to a purso, and jerking it away from greedy
fingors ; leaving tempting-looking packages,
filled with sand, on door-steps j frying dougV
irutojwith an interlining of wool j putting salt
in the sugarbowl, etc. You know too many
already. But this custom, with others, com
mon in coarser and ro,'her times is fait dy
ing out. Even now it is left almost entirely
to playfurchildren and uneducated classes.
This sentiment, quoted from an English al
manac of a hundred years ago, will, I'm sura,
meet the approval of "grown-ups" of the
nineteenth'ceutury :
" But 'tis a thing to be disputed,
Which is'the greatest fool reputed,
The one that innocently went,
Or he that him designedly sent"
-JT..V.AT., St. Jirtckotni for April
Who Arb Voters. The school law of
this State prescribes the qualifications of
voters at school elections as follows: "Any
male person shall be entitled to vote at a
.ochool meeting who is twenty-one years of
.age, and has resided in the district thirty
days immediately preceding the meeting, and
"who has property in the district subject to
assesment and taxation." Also, "women
who are widows and have children to educate
and have taxable property in the district.and
who have resided in the district thirty days
as aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote.
In order to vote at the City election one
mast be "a qualified voter of the State of Or
egon, and for thirty days previous to the
election a citizen of Eugene, and at the time
of voting a resident thereof." The charter
provides that no person shall be entitled to
vote who shall have refused or neglected to
pay any fine or tax legally assessed against
him.
6chooi Tax. The voters of this school
district, no. 4, will have to decide next Mon
day as to the levying of a tax to build a new
awhool house, and also on the question of a
tax to support and maintain a free school.
That we need a new school house we do not
appose any one will dispute. The crowded
atate of the achool for the past two years and
the discomforts to which the teachers and
icholars have been subjected are the very
best evidence of the fact. The meeting will
be held at I o'clock r. M.
Crrr Elktiox. The electors of Eugene
will next Monday elect a President of the
Council to succeed Mr. B. F. Dorris ; three
trustees to take the place of Messrs. Dunn,
Cooper and Underwood ; a Recorder to take
the place of Geo. J. Bnys ; a Marshal in place
of Holt Tatterson, and a Treasurer in place
of Mark Stevens.
Petroleum. The Standard says the oil
spring near- Drain's Station in Douglas conn
tv. haa been thoroughly prospected by sever
al gentlemen from that city, who were so well
pleased with the result that they purchased
a one-third interest The oQ has been ana
lyzed and found to be first-class, and as soon
as the weather permits, they will commence
improving and developing the spring and col.
lecting the olL -
AT thi TAJrsnaT. Mr. W. W. Haines is
pushing business at the tannery in this place,
the leather produced being mostly of that
class used for harness and saddles, and i
thinned to San Francisco, where it enm-nann
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a higher pr.ee than tne .earner
in that State. Last month a lot of over MJ
ponnd, was shipped. At the same place Mr.
5. T. Witter ha aW 9 deer skins under -
going the process of tanning.
H mw advertisement of the Lane
County Mercantile Association.
Brief mention.
. All fool's day to-morrow. It is also Easter
Sunday.
Ex-Senator Kelly it now en route for the
land of ebfoot.
C. W. Fitch haa been recommissioned as a
notary publio for thit county.
Hon. L. F. Lane arrived at his home in
Roseburg, overland, on the 22d inst.
Peter B. Settle has bee n appointed post
master at Belknap s Springs in tins county,
Crain Bros, have just received a large stock
of picture frames, oval, square, cabinet, etc.,
in all styles.
Jacob Turner has opened a boot and shoe
shop in the new building adjoining Hum
phrey's stable.
The Seattle Dispatch thinks there was "too
mnch bane and not enough melody" about
Madame Urso's pianist's playing.
Sam. P. Strickney, who visited this State
some years ago with a large circus company,
died in Cincinnati a few days ago.
We are told that a gentleman from San
Francisco will open a stock of general mer
chandise in Mrs. Renfrew's brick building
next week
Mrs. Jas. A. Odell will open a private
school in the District School building April
9th. Miss Ina Condon will take charge of the
primary department.
According to the Statesman a knot of siVy
year-old hoodlums in convention assembled,
voted the last Urso performance in Portland,
as a "mistake to say the least of it."
Postmaster General Key thinks that fonr
years of faithful service as postmaster is only
a (rood reason why he should Imj continued in
office. This being the cae we shall proba
bly have onr very efficient postmaster retain
ed in office during the present administra
tion. Running a postoffice and licking
stamps for the rabble is very like rnrfning a
newspaper it is exceedingly , difficult to
please all the customers, but we are satisfied
that no one in tins communry com I have
given more general satisfaction than Mr. Pat
terson has. He is one of the very few Radi
cal office holders in Oregon win can be com
mended for honesty and efhciency.
Jurors. The following is a list of jurors
drawn to sorve at the April term of the Cir
cuit Court, 1877-
N. Martin,
T. 0. Linton,
J. W. Cox,
W. J. J. Scott,
S. If. Savior,
H. N. Oaraote
.T. F. Smith,
Si'as Lane,
Fred Warner,
P. D. SMnr,
,T. W. T.feOornack,
,T. A. Elihert,
J. G. Powers,
John G. Day.
T. W. TWdjres,
J. G. Mitchell
J. R. Sloan,
J. IT. Brown,
R. P. Caldwell,
B. Seals,
A. J. TWc.
.T. B. England,
Samuel Swift,
Isaac Znmwalt,
Jno. Onmn.
.Tnmes Shields,
M. M. Davis,
Amos T)imham,
James TUnrer,
5. A. McMahon,
A. J. Harlow,
The Jewish Passover.'
Oi Wednesday morning began the Hebrew
Pasaovee, a festival instituted in commenda
tion of the exodus of the Isrealites f rom Egypt.
The Hebrew name is Pesah. The festival
will continue for seven days, and be observed
by abstaining from the usual diet, and will
live almost on nnleavencd bread. The Pass
over is observed as a scasou of thanksgiving
and as a reminder of their long captivi ty and
escape from bondage. It has some remarka
bly beneficiary sanitary effects, owing to the
chango of diet, and In a niensnre the health
o onr Jewish ivnnln. s,nd tWr immuni
ty from contagion" and infections diseases are
due to this change. One of the special pres
ervations of health is the Pesah. On this oc
casion the house has to be thoroughly cleans
ed, and all kitchm ntonnils have to be entire
ly overhauled. They are set, aside for one
week and their places supplied by those in
special tin for this festival The unleavened
bread is prenared from nothing but flour and
water and is inst such an article as physicians
higldy recommend. For all of which informa
tion we are indebted to the Standard.
A Standing Rewa-d o'SBOO.
To prevent, as far as possible, the robbing
of mails, valuable packages, express matter,
etc., from coaches, stages, trains or other
conveyances, and to add security to life, per
son and property, the legislatures of three of
the Pacifio States and one Territory have en
acted a law offering a reward for the arrest
and conviction of any person or persons en
gaged in inch an attempt, whether successful
or not. Such legal enactments have been
made by the legislatures of Oregon, Califor
nia, Nevada and Montana. Substantially,
the law reads as follows:
Section 1. The lovernor shall offer a stand
ing reward of $310 for the arrest of each per
son engaged in the robbery, or In the attempt
to rob any person or persons upon, or having
in charge in whole, or in part, any stage
coach, wagon, railroad train or other convey
ance, engaged at the time in carrying passen
gers, or anv pnvaie conveyance wiuuu
State, and for the. arrest of each person en
gaged in the robbery of, or in the attempt to
rob any person or persons nnon any highway
in the State of Nevada the reward to lie
paid to the person or persons making the ar
rest, immediately nnon the conviction of
the'person or persons arrested ; but no re
ward shall be paid except after such convic
tion. Mr. John J. Valentine, ceneral superin
tendent of Wells. Fareo ft Co.'s express, i
nes a circular, in which he says: "In addi
tion to the State or Territorial reward offered,
Wells. Fargo & Co. will psy !300 for the ar
rest and conviction of each person engaged In
robbing their express." Those proposing to
encage in the foot-pad business will thus ee
that a standing reward of $000 is offered for
each of their heads.
To all whom It may Concern.
We, the undersigned citizens of Mohawk
valley, county of Lane, State of Oregon, do
hereby declare and agree that we will di-
eountenance hounding in our vicinity j we
consider it onr duty to protect the deer from
being driven off or destroyed by the hounds.
We further declare that we will not know
ingly permit any person or persons to camp
on our premises with the intention of hound
ing, nor to hound in onr grainfields or en
closures. Therefore we respectfully ask those
b ving outside of the Talley not to bring any
hounds in, and those living in the valley to
get rid of their hound or keep tbem from
running.
Adnlph Cook. H. KMhUg C. Lfn
t rnt Hon-m, Jaener Wed; lie, D. P.
li Partni. J. H. Hntrini. Perry Matt, R
. tv in a i: aaann m .
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, .'Y a Fawver, SidneV Scott,
j f J F. Molkew. K T Hon .
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Moiuwk, March 27, 1377.
OpKNtsa. On next Tuwday Mr. James
McClarcn will open the new saloon and
wholesale liquor house in Ackormau's brick
building. The bar fixtures are all new, and
include a plate mirror 7x5 feet, two pieces
of statuary 2 feet in height representing Com
merce and Manufactures. The room will be
lighted at night by three chandeliers. The
stock of liquors comprises a general assort
ment of wiuos and liquors of both foreign and
domestio manufacture, in bottles and on
draught
i
CiiASiie. Mr. D. R. Lakinhas bought out
the stock of harness and. sadlury mentioned
two weeks ago as about to be moved to East
ern Oregon by Mr. Hadlcy, and will continue .
the business at the old stand. ,
Commissioner. In accordance with the
act of the last Legislature Judge Watson has
appointed J. B. Underwood aa University
Commissioner for tins county.
For Marshal Ed McCornack will be a
candidate for City Marshal.
For Treasitrkr. F. W. Osburn will be a
candidate for City Treasurer.
For Marshal. P. II. Farrcll will be a
candidate for City Marshal.
For Recorder.
Geo. J. Buys will be a candidate for re
election to the office of RECORDER of the
City of Eugene. '
Robinson & Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and best selected stock of wall
paper and bonier in Eugene City, coniprining In
part, Brown, Blanks, Satin, Gilt and Emboss
ed paer, which they purchase direct from the
Eastern factories and will sell as cheap as the
cheapest All paper trimmed free of charge.
sv ...11 o TT V....J... 1T..-.1 i. oi..
Tilt, t.liA Itewf unil .lmmwwf I )m lrn,un mnii will
send valutble book to sheep owners on applica
tion. J. M'CKACK EN ft CO.
Portland, Oregon.
J. A. Winter is still alive and entraued in the
photographic bnsiness.
The undersigned has 31 acres of land lying
just across the river at the bridge Eugene Cfty
which will be sold cheap. Apply to
J. W. SKAGGS,
Eugene City, Oregon.
APPLES for sale and delivered by
JOHN LEDGER.
SUED Oats. Several hundred busholsof good
clean seed oats for sale. Enquire of
CALLISON ft OSBURN.
Fietures fenlanod to any size, and retouched
in india ink or painted in water colors.
The People Want Proof.
There is no medicine prescribed by physi
cians, or sold by Druggists, that carries such ev
idence of its success and superior virtue as
Boschfk's Uf.rman Sybit for severe Coughs,
Colds settled on the breast, Consumption, or
any disease of the Throat and Luniw. A proof
of that fact is that any jierson afflicted, can (jet
a Sample Bottle for li) cents and try its superi
or etfect before buving the regular size at 75
cents. It has lately been introduced in this
country from Germany, and its wonderful
cures are astonishing every one that we it
Three doses will relieve any case. Try it
Cranf, ft Brirham, agents, Ban Franclseo, CaL
Sold by all druggists.
Retail Produce and Provtalon market.
The following ore retailers' prices :
FLOUR.-f bbl. Sfl.
CORN MEAL-Oregon ground, in bulk, 4o.
OAT3 -tt bushel, 50.
BEANS lb, 5c.
POTATOE9-50 a
BUTTER Fresh rolls, 25c
COFFEE Rio, 29; Java, 33ao.
CIIEESE-Oregon, 20c.
CANDLES-? box, $l4 50.
E(lGS20c.
BACON-Sides, 14c; hams, 15cs shoulders,
mo.
LARD In tins, 15c; bulk, 12J.
CHICKENS $2 50ffi,3 00 dozen.
FISH-Salmon, hf bbls, W; 601b kits, $1 00;
Mackerel, per kit, ft; Codfish, ? ft, 12l5o.
SUGAR S. F. R,, 16jc; Island, 1015c;
crushed, 18o; powdered, 20o.
SALT Carman Island, t 100 lbs, 11 25;
Bay, 1123; Liverpool Dairy, 82 50; do coarse,
12.
TEA-Green, tl 25; Japan, 75o lb.
SYRUP-Heavy Golden, f keg, $5.
OILS-Kerosene, $1 V gallon.
Notice to Sportsmen.
mnroT ra A VF.VV GTTW SHOP IN
X Eugene City opposite the Lucky Livery
Stable between Poiudexter's shop and the Hook
and Ladder building. Look for the sitm of the
big red gun swung across the sidewalk. The
undersigned is ready to do all kinds of repair
work with neatness ana auraniiiiy; new u'ui.
i .mall fwirwl rifles for killing
ic w v' ' . ,
grouse and squirrel always on Land, also saws
irumed and tiled and door locks reimired at short
vi vis i ri.'V I vii ii,tu
notice. nr.siinvn..
Election Notice I
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.n V.U-twin for C'itv officers for Euirene
City, I-ane County, Orepm, will held at the
Court House In said Eugene City, on
MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1877.
Following are the officers to be elected:
President of the Council,
Three Trustees,
Recorder,
Marshal,
Treasurer.
P .11. .ill Ha nnmed at 9 o'clock A. K. and
c'.ojed at 6 r. M. of said dav.
U1SU. J.
Recorder and Clerk.
Mutton Sheep for Sale.
-I aa HEAD OFF.XTRA MUTTON
I III! uiilipj-..1. HI, lot will be
aold for r.'-0. Apply to L. W. GAY.
U. S. Claims-Lands for Soldiers.
LAND AND RICH MINES FOB SALE
OR TRADE,
-w vnirffl- cmjtp IVTITAV VOrCH-
m. Bounty, New Orleans, and other prize
money d'w, and P.wtotnce claims ; obtain
pensions for ofSorrs, aoldien, sail-ra, wounded,
injured or diseased and thir wvk.ws and chil
dren; patent. Caveats, title to Und and land
warrant In soldiers in ail wars bef.ire March
i i.- I ..! .H hnnineaa at ashllur-
t. Lomte t,mIjT land, OfJwre scrip and
i . i. l. l. Prirtland. OtWriS.
and eUewhore. Will tell cranlimy land with
natural vine irrowin it l"rain. swamp
. i i i..,i..iMUwT than tuuaL
Kk h plaofT gravl twis ano M , . ,
aa or trade. Awn, wiu u "t "
ed Ibitel, or sell a steam aawonll ra'1y for bu
sW ApplTW c. LC1fc
OSce Third and Main strata,
. j20 Portland, Oregon.
Wagons, Hacks,
A large stock on baud and I will to ord-'r of the Best Eastern Timber throughout.
ILL WORK WARRANTED IS EVERY RESECT, at Fair 1W.
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth ami Oak Streets, Euoknk City.
l'leuse call and see lor yourselves before pnri'lmsing elsewhere
Blaclcsmithing, Wood Work and Carriage Tainting done
to order.
W. W. ESPEY.
Robll
Inson
it Chi
1EA1.
Jf jIIELF& HEAVY HARD
HAVE TUK
Post Selected Stock In
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HAS J UST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER THAHR
The Largest Stock of Goods
EVER BROUHT
OUR STOCK OF
clot FTiTsra
has been largely increased and we can show as
uaiutaoint) a line oi reaxiy niivie goons in
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found In the country, and at prlees
mat cannot rail to satlttiy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a sph'tidid assortment of all
leading styles and fiudiiimaMe shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
nnd
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Ojiera Flannels of all colors.
Bk-aclied & Unbleached Cotton Flan
iicIh. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
S
AGRICULTURAL
HAVING OBTAINED THE AGENCY
of T. CUNNINGHAM ft CO.'S line of
Farm Machinery, which for completeness
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am prepared to furnish on the most favorable
terms the lollowiiiir machines, to-wit:
The Case Thresher,
The oldest and mont populur manhine in Amer
ica, its annual sales tieintf over 1 (). Please
to call and examine it before purchasing any
other. Also,
Case's Wrought Iron Header,
(Troadwell's latent) with new and valuable im
provement. Haines' Inside Single Gear Header,
Johnson's Combined Reapers and Mowers,
AVia Anson Woods' E:ikU) Mowers,
Bradley's Reapers and Mowers,
ADAMS ft FRENCH
Conquerer Harvester,
Twist ft Bradley's Sulky Rake,
Victor Self-Dump Rake,
Monitor Broadcast Seeder and Cultivator.
Farmers' Friend Grain Drill,
This drill has many imixirtant improvements
over any other drill now iu market Do not
fail to examine it.
Garden City Plows,
Walking, Sulky and Gang. Try them and you
will have no other. Also many other machines
too numerous to mention. All these machines
are warranted. W e hars on hand and are con
stantly receiving all kinds of Machinery. Call
and examine for yourselves. Also agent for
The Newton Wagon,
The most durable, finest painted and lightest
running Wagon made.
N.E. corner Willamette and Seventh St.
fc!7 3in Eugene City, Or,
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
721 Market Mreet,
San Francisco, Cal.
PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS IN all
kimls of
BOOKS, STATIONERY,.
SCHOOL FURNITURE 4 APPARATUS,
PIANOS, ORGANS
And other Musical Instruments,
SHEET MUSIC, ETC., ETC..
Atrents for the
"OWEN" and -LIVE OAK" WRITING
PAPERS.
Blank Book Manufacturing
A SPECIALTY.
Our foods ars to l had of all the principal
BeokaeUera. jaUMiin
ST. CHAfiLES HOTEL,
KUGENE CITY, OREGON.
MRS. A. EENFEEW, : Prop
Having again taken possession of the old and
well known
ST. CHARIVES HOTEL.
Which has hn newly furnished and refitted,
is now open foe the rueeption of guest.
I have fifteen rooms in the
FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING
making rooms In alL It U the most eommo
diousand best appointed house in the Htate
south of Salem.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
At HK1FRKW.
CENTRAL
MARKET
BOYD & RENSHAY, Proprietors.
win .
KEEP COJfSTAXTtT OS HAXD,
BfEF,
VEAL,'
PORK ASD
MLTIOJf.
XirytA Heats at all kind. laH. Tallow,. 'Will
Buggies, Carriages,
If AVE FOR.
XI at the LOWE
sale
ESI
Kates
IKON, STEEL,
AXES. ANVILS,
NAII.8, ROl'K
Able Chains,
MARL
Tableand Pocket '
t UT1.KKY,
GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMl'XITinv
Oregon
AGKK'l LTTKAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Blasting Powder,
FishiiiL Tackle.
Eta. Ktiv
We invito un mm.
nation of our goods,
confident that our
71-
, priors will suit the
times.
TO EUGENE.
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
ii a I3A.M) i-Al-S in the leading styles.
OILCLOTHS for floor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would call social attention to onr stock of
Mens' and Hoys' Sun Francisco Boots,
Which ws have aiild fur n. ,!,.,. f
great satisfaction, l.very iniir warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING
UTENSHX
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS.
And all choice FAMILY UROCE1UKS at
antonishly low rates.
LIVERPOOL ft CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lor all kinds of produce and
WOOL.
. Iff. FHBIWDIVY.
OIliOUJLAR
op Tnn
STATE UNIVERSITY,
EUGENE CITY, OR.
Tin beautiful bull.llng prepared for the State T7n.
rertitjr of Oregon being now ready for tliaaocommo-
datlou of students, the flrit semion will eonimcnoa
on the liltli of IK tulier. Ilioro will be two course
f study, the rrepsriitorx and Colli'Klste, and two
temiKof twenty weeta each.
The law provides fur the fnw tuition of one stu
dent fnitn eaili cuunty and for each moratwr of tin
Ieiril itui-n. Ktu li'iits wlsliini to avail UisniHlvs
of the boui nti of this law should nutks application
to tlioouuntjr auperiutemlentol the county in which
they reside. A ll.other student wishing to taks th.
colleidste enurM will Im required to pay a tuition
fee of I'.'ll per term in advance. All candidate fur
ailtninnion to this department will be required to
pau au exniuiuiitlun in th, following
Hralin(r, Wiltingr. Oithoraphy, rractlcal Arlth-
luetic, Knifliali (Jiminnr,Uei)frphy, Kiitory ol th.
United KUtes, Iitlu Uiainmar, Hemlerand 4 Books
of Caw, Uiwk Ommmur and Roailer i but fur the
present the examiiiat'on in th. In iifru lures may be
ounttod. lhe curiiculeum of study in th.
COI-MHIATB COUKSB
Will oompria,, lat, th, usual coller ooura. Id, a
complete court, in Helena,, 11, a Kormsl eoura.
planned with tpeelsl referene to th, wants of teach-
,1. All students in this department wllllo required
hi My a ie oi mi pur term in ailvanc lor luuilen
tal espeiinea. All student iu the
PUEPAIlATORr DEPARTMENT
Will bannuired to mv a tuition of lit In arlnnca.
This department will aiv, student th, naMaaarv
training; In tli, atuiliea required fur adniltance into
tn, uuieyiaie aeparunent.
THE FACULTY
Will consist of Prof. J. W. Johnson, President, and
Prufr-Mors Tlioinsa Condon anil Mark lluilev. 'iha
tearlicrs in the preparatory depurtnient are Mrs. Ma
ry K. Hpiller, l'unvipal, and Mnry K. aston ,Mih
Aaalataut. J1IUN W. JOHNHON,
Pri'ihlent ol Uuiveraity and t'ucully.
J. J. WALTON,
Hee'y Ihiaid of Mrwtori.
Eugene Uty Ilrcucrj.
MATJ1IAS MKLLEK, lWp.
I now propared to All all orders fur
LAGER BEER,
OF A SUPERIOR OIIAI ITY.
Pt-itn atfifl aUaft fiaT VtVirautlf aV unjul aaalni- aaav.
mvMiiiiifu'inLMin
Thorouhbred
HP O "W Ii s ,
ALSO
Bronze Turkeys,
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2 p:
1 1 1
1 1
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Pekin Dacks and Emden Geese.
ALSO
TIIOBuTuIIBRED cOlTIIDOWl SHEEP. -
PRICE LIST NOW READY. Also,
I'aoiphlrt on th rare of Fowl, hatching,
feeilinif, diseayu- and thir cure, etc, adapted
especially to th, Pacific Coa.it; price 10 cent.
Address, enclosing stamp,
W. EYIIF.,
NAFA. CAL
Plraaa state when joa saw thi advertisement
HARDWARE, IE0H and STEEL
Hob's, Kpokftt, Hhm,
Oak, Ash snd Hickory TUnK.
.lOKTIIIIt P TIIO.TJPftOW,
rOHTtAXD - - - OBE'ioX.
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Knnioxs.
In the cn:curr"couRT of thsI
State of Oregon fur Ijine County. II. O.
lennv, riaintitf, v Klla Tenny, liefendant
To I' ll Tenny, the above nnnied llefendant 1
In the name of the btaW of Orcein, you ar,
hereby comnmniled to eear and answer the
t'oniplaiiit of I'laintitf iu the aliove entitltxl
suit, now on file a'niitst you, in the eftiew of
the County Clerk of Jjine County, within ten
days from the date of the service of this Sum
mons, if made on you in Lane County and
within twenty days, if made on you in any other
County in said Stuto l and if served on you by'
publication, then you are required to appear'
and answer by the liret day of the neit term of
the Circuit Court for the County and State
aforexnid. to le bemn and hidden on th. X.I
Monday ( the ltlth day ) of April, A. D. 1877,
at the Court House iu Eugene City. And the
Defendant will take notice that if she fail to ao
appear and answer said Complaint, the l'lalutlll
will take judgment against her for the relief '
prayed for in said ConmLunL to-wit i tha ilia.
solution of the bonds of umtriiuony now exist
iiitf between I'liiintitf and said Uefeudani The
service of this Summons is made bv publication
nyonier oi lion. J. r, Watson, Judgw of tha
I in uit Court of the State of Oregon for tha
Second Judicial District, made at (iiamWra on
the 31st day of January A. D. 1877.
il I t'll 4 FAUAN,
Attorney for l'laintlff.
Ml .11 MO S.
X THE CIRCUIT COURT .OF THE!
tState of Oreijon for Lane County. Han
uah Kuliank, idaintilf, vs. Arthur I. Chapman'
end V. K. lvridB, defendant. Suit in
inity to fnreclun uiortKum. To the above
named defendants, Arthur I. Chapman and W.
K. Leveridtte: In the nameof th State of Or
egon, you and each of you are hereby required
to appear in the above entitled suit brought
hgnmt you by the above named plaintiff In tha
Circuit Court of the State of Oremin fur I.ana
county, and answer the complaint tiled therein,.
hV the tirttt tlllV Of the lltvt t..rm it Hui.i nniir
lo lie bev'iui aiid held on Monday the 10th day
of April, 1877, at Eugene City, county and
ouiw aioresnui. i no u temlaiit will tak, no
tice that if they fail to appear and answer said
complaint aa above reuuel, the plnintii! will
win apply to the t 'ourt lor tlie relief demanded
thertin, to-wit: That the idaintilf have Judgy
nient UKainst the said dependent, Arthur I.
Chapman, for the sum of 4,000 dollar and for'
the costs and disbursements of suit; that the us
ual decree lie made for the sale of the mortgaged
remises aoeoruieii in the said complaint. ;o
t it: The undivided half of tha south half at
seetion 8A in township 17 south of rang west
of tho Willamette meridian, situated in Lane1
county, Stats of Oregon, by the sheriff of said
Lane county, according to law and the practice
of said court; thut the proceeds of said sale be
applied in liayment ol the aforesaid sum of four
thoiiHum I dol iHi s, the costs and disbursenieuta
of this suit and the exiieuxcs of such sale; that
tne ikieiidents and nil poinmis claindiig under
them, or either of them, subsequent to the exe
cution of the mortgage mi said premises as set
forth In said complaint, to-wit: Tho 18th day
of July, lMiiO, lither as purchasers, iucum-
urancera or otherwise, may be barred and for
ever forechaiod of all right, claim or equity of
redemption in the said premises and every part
thereof; and that the rl lintilf have such other
and further relief iu the premise as to the court
nviy aiipcarequitalile. Service of this this sura-'
mnnsis made by order of Hon. J. F. Watson,
Judge of the 2d Judicial liistrict, and of the
urciiii i onit of the Mate of Oregon for Laue
comity, having date tho lith day of February
THAYER & WILLIAMS
A THOMl'SOK,
AtUinicys for plaiutlif.
Ki.n.noM.
IN THF. CIRCUIT COfJRT OF TUB
State of Oregon for the county of I,an.
Alary A. Smith, plmntilf, vs. Michael Buiitli,
defendant. Suit in Miuit.v for ilivnri nn,l f,,,.'
the custody of tiiinor childnn. To Michael-
niuiui tne anor, nnnied ih leiidantl In the
name of the State of driven, you are hereby
summoned to appeur in raid court and answer'
the complaint of tho phintifl filed therein, tm
ur ueiuro me nrxi ony hi ine next tenu tliereol
to be liegun and held at Eugene City, Lane
county, Oregon, on tho Wth day of April, 1877.
And it is ordered by the court, the Hon. J. F.
Watson Judge thereof, dated February 28th,
1877, that service of summons in this case ho
made !iv miltlii-ntlon In ta V,i,-.t,. I II. ..l
a newiuper published in raid county, for tlx
consecutive weeks, and if you fail to answer on
or before the KphI. ilnv If, 1 nl.l
-.- ...... ....j ... w,, .1, , V.' I IU Ul HUH
court following the explratiou of the time pre
scribed in said order, namely, Mouilay, the ltith
day of April, 1877, the plaiiittlf will apply to-
mr eourv mr me reuei prayed lor in m cwrr.
plaint, namclyi That the marriage coiitr ut ex
isting lietweeu you and the plalntiif be dlrMilved
riui nem ior naugnt, ami that lalntllf liavo
the care and custmiy of the minor children of
said marriage, and lave such further and other'
relief aa in tliA olirf mnv te..n. .U...L..1.1,. .-.1
. - - - - H,J nt m V.J UI.I1 uiu
Just, and for the costs and dlshursciui tit of this
suit, O. H, DUKK1S.
nr3 l'lalntiff ', Attonie.r.
Nl'ltlMOXM.
IN TnE CIRCUIT-COURT OF THI?
Stat of Oregon, for the county of Lane.'
Mary K. Tedrow, plaintiff, v. Charlea W.
1 elrow, defendant Suit In equity for divorce
and eustiMly of minor children. To Charle W.'
Tedrow. the abova named defendant: In tha
name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby
ummoned tn appear in said court and answer
the complaint of the plnintlff filed therein, on
or before the first day of the next terra thereof,
to be begun and held in Eugene City, Jjine
county, Oregon, on the Wth day of April, 1877.
And it Is ordered by the court, the Hon. J. F.
Watson Judge thereof, dated February 28th,
1877, that service of summon, n this case be
made by publication in the Eugene City Guard,'
a- newspaiier published said county, for fix con-'
secutlv, weeks, and if vou fail to answer era or'
In-fore th, first day of the next term of said
Court following the expiration of the time pre
scribed in said order, namely, Monday, the ltith
day of April, 1877, the plain tiff will apply to
the court for the relief prayed for in the com
plaint, namely: Tlt th, marriaKe contract ex
isting between you and the plaintiff lie dissolved'
and held for naught, and that plaintiff have tha
care and custody of the minor children of aaid
marriage, and have such further and other re
lief aa to the court may aeein equitable and just,,
and for th, oust and dUbum-ment of thi ac
tion. O. 11. DOKKIS,
riuintltr. Attorney.
iu:i i:kki:n hale,
V-OTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT"
i.1 by virtue of a decree of th circuit court of
tlie State of Oregon fr Ijuie county, mads at
the November Wrm, 1876, in the case of Mar
garet Howard and Catherine Kkelton, plaintiff,
vs. Mary K. Hays, M. J. McConneil, W. L.
Wood Charles Wuim), Jauie Wood, Ellen
Wood, Julia Wood, K JL Wood, Wn. Wood,
(leorge K Wood. Maggie Wood, HattieWood,
Annie Wood, Ido Wood and Margaret Wood,
now 1 'three, defendants, in rtitiun, I will of
fer for sale at public auction to the highest bid
der at th. Court House door in Euifene Citv,
On-gon. SATURDAY 7TH DAV Oi
Ai'itlL, 1877, lh following descrilied prem
iw s, to wit: Jjt,t nuniUrs 2 aud 3 in lllock
Na 2 In Mulligan' addition to Eugene City.
Ijine Coiinry, Oregun. Sal to commenc at 1
o'clock P.M. sf saitl day.
Terms cash, V. H. cdn.
CEO. L COOrER, Referea,
A fit EE (IKE.
For consumption, bronchitis, asthama, catarrh,
throat and lung diseases. Also asurerelief and
permanent cure for general debility, dyapeixia
aud all nervous affections, by a simple vegetable
medicine which cured a venerable missionary '
I'liyician who was lunij a resident of Syria and
th. East, and who has freely given thi valua
ble ,wcifio to thousands of kindred sufferer
with the greatest possible benefit, and now he
feela it hi sacred christian duty to impart to
other this wonderful invigorating remedy, and
will srnd FREE the original reo-ijrt complete,
with full dim-tiona, to any person enclosing
tamp for rei.lv.
DR. CLARK A. RORHLV,
GaFKLXT Ruxa, SraacrsE, S. Y.
P. O. Pox 78. .
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