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TEE EKEKE CITY GUARD.
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
SATURDAY. MAY O. 1877.
Persons indebted to this office for
transieU or legal advertising or for
job work are requested to make set
tlement by cash or note by the 15tb
inst After that date all accounts of
that nature will be found la the hands
of Mr. G. B. Dorris for collection.
GEO. J. BUYS.
' Have New Orlcaaa CommUiloa.
The Commission appointed by
Hayes to go to New Orleans and
smooth the way for the withdrawal
of the United States troops, an act
that could nn longer be deferred,
has closed its labors and submitted
their report, according to which Pack
ard did not claim the office of Gover
nor ol Louisiana only as "it was the
constitution! duty of the President
lo recognize and to afford him such
military assistance as might be ncces
ary to enable him to assert his au
thority of Governor," because of the
frauds perpetrated by Packard and
his aids, to place Hayes in a position
where he could We a constitutional
or other duty to perform as President.
Packard did not have a Legislature
from the fact that there" was not , i
constitutional quorum in the Senate
His Supreme Court had transacted no
business since, the 9th of January.
Nicholls' Legislature held sessions in
Odd Fellows' Hall and transacted
the ordinary business of audi bodies.
no tax bad been levied by bis gov
ernment, but a considerable sum in
the form of taxes had been voluntari
ly paid into his treasury out of which
he was defraying ordinary expenses.
Tbo Commission, in stating the legal
question upon which tbo right of the
respective governments depended,
says the constitution of Louisiana re
quires the returns of all elections tor
members of thegeneral assembly shall
bemado to the Sccrotaty of State;
that qualified electors shall voto for
. Governor at the time and place of vot
ing for Representatives. The returns
for every election shall be sealod up
and transmitted by the proper return
ing offiaors to tho Socrotary of State,
uuiuu uuiii kuuiu tw ku Opvatv
er of the House of Representatives.
On the scoond day of tho general as
sembly then to bo holden, the num
bers of the gonoral assembly shall
moct iu tbo House of Representatives
to examine and count the votes. This
piovision of tho constitution requires
the returns of tho votes for Governor
and Lieutenant Govoroor to be sealed
up and transmitted by the proper ro
turning offioers to the Secretary of
State, and tbo same provision is
made in substance as to members of
the general assembly, but in 1870 the
Legislature passed an act, amonded in
1872, wbioh oreated a returning board
consisting of five members, to bo ap
pointed by the Senate, and to bo tho
returning officers for all elections in
the State. The act provides that the
commissioners olectod at caob poll or
voting plaoo shall count tho votes,
making a list of the names of all per
ions Toted for, and the officers for
which the votes wore given, the num
ber of ballots contained in the box,
and the number rejected acid tho rea
ions therefor, and to make duplicate
lists and send ono to the supervisor of
registration and one to the Secretary
of State. Tho returning board is re
quired to investigate the statements
of intimidation, and to exolude from
the returns wlucb it makes to the
Secretary of State, the roturns where
a fair election has teen prevented.
The same law further doclares it shall
be the duty of the Secretary of State
to transmit to the clerk of the IIouso
of Representatives, and to the Secro
tary of the Senate of tho last general
assembly, a list of the names of such
persons as according to the returns
ahall have bocn elected to cither
branch of tho general assembly, and
it shall be the duty of the clerk
ana secretary to place me names
of Representatives and Senators
elect so furnished upon - the roll
of tho House and Senate respectively,
and those Representatives and Sena
tors whose names are so placed by
tho clerk and secretary, respectively,
In accordance with the foregoing pro
visions, and none other shall be com
pelled to organize the House of Rep
resentatives or Senate. The Xicholls
counsel claim that the act so far as it
allows the returning board to exer
cise these powers ol exclusion between
the parish supervUorof registration,
with bis consolidated returns, and the I
Secretary of State, la, when apjied
to the election of the general asera- J
ly, Governor and Licutenat Gover-
nor, a plain violations oi inouc pro
visions of the State constitution which
says the returns of all elections for the
general assembly shall be made to the
Secretary of State, and in reference
to Governor and Lieutenant Gover
nor the returns of every election shall
bo sealed np and transmitted by the
proper returning officers to the Secre
tary of Slate, who shall deliver them
to the Speaker of the Route of Repre
sentatives. And alter all this talk
the Commission decided that it did
not know what to do and had no power
or authority to do it if they did, and so
theyturoed to and helped to persuade
enough of Packard s legislator to
join Nicholls to give him a quorum,
and then declared the matter settled.
We very much mistake Mr. Packard
if this matter docs not come np again
when Congress meets.
Public Debt Statement.
A New York dispatch of Monday
says the publio debt statement for
April, which was issued Tuesday,
will show a reduction in the debt for
the current month ol about three and
a half millions, and an aggregate re
duction since July 1st of about twen
ty-eight millions. The receipts from
internal revenue for the month will
reaoh nine and one-half millions, and
from customs about eleven millions.
The coin balance will be nearly nine
ty-five millions, including coin certif
icates, which amount to forty-six or
forty-eight millions. This increase in
the coin balance is due to the fact
that about one million in gold has
been received this month from sales
of bonds in excess of amounts dis
bursed to redeem the called 5 20s,
The Department, boing unablo to ob
tain called bonds to that amount for
redemption, tho coin receivod from
the sale of bonds will be set apart for
the redemption of called bonds. This
one million, and a like amount hold
for redemption of coin certificates,
must be deducted from the aggregate
balance reported in order to ascertain
the amount ol coin owned by the gov
ornmcnt. Deducting theso two hems
will leave the government possessed
of fully thirty-five million's in ooin,less
about two millions in silver, with
which to meet Us coin obligations,
Altogether the financial statement for
April will make a very satisfactory
Ann Eliza, who has advertised her
self largely for the past two years as
one of the wives of Brigham Young
has had her status defined by the
courts, which inform hor that aconcu
bine docs not need a divorce, and as
lor alimony she was entitled only to
the wages ol a maid servant during
her sojourn with Brigham. While
this decision may not do justice to
Ann Eliza and the thousands of other
women who would ho glad to- Never
their polygamous eounections, it
nevertheless good common sense.
Blaine, Banks, Wade, Garrison
Phillips, Cameron, Packard, one after
another, come out against Hayes. The
leaders ol the Imperial party are not
lond ot Constitutional government;
but the people are. Hayes, .who is a
fair lawyer, understands that he is
holding tho Presidency in trust for
Tildon, and therefore acts Democrat
An Ohio exchange snys that applir
cations for employment on the Miami
canal are so numerous as to create
tho belief that hundreds of Buckeye
patriots who went to Washington to
obtain foreign missions have abandon
ed tho pursuit and returned1 to Ohi
Diad. The notorious parson W.
G. Brownlow, ol Knoxville, Tenn.,
died suddenly on the 30th, in bis 72J
The Chicago Tribune's Washington
special says the election of Spofford
revives the talk of the small, Republi
can majority in the Senate. It Davis
is counted a Republican, and Spofford
is seated, the Republicans have but
three majority by the strictest con
struction, and if Eustis is seated from
Louisiana, as Morton is said to declare
he cbould be, the Republican majori
ty is only two, which is small enough
for practical purposes at this juncture.
It is almost certain that the Demo
crats will attempt, with the aid of
some disaffected Southern Republi
cans, to organize the Senate, and they
seem to have some confidence in do
A Pioxua Gout. Kx-Got. Geo. A ber-
oetny died suddenly of chrooie dice of tha
heart, od WtJowdiv last. 1U was 70 jaar
ofg. lit earn to tbia country 37 ytart
! mwt this ninth l' mm k
UoTfrow , m3i M( fedJ
Botil .ucceed-d by Go. Laos u Territorial
Gowoor lo 18JS.
to Demand for Arm. .
It wis anticipated that tbe opening of
war between Russia and Turkey wo a Id ena
ble onr Government to dispose of its con
demned arms accumulated io consequence of
the "recent unpleasantness." Bat it seems
there Is to be no demand for tbat class of
goods, for tbe reason tbat England. Germa
ny and France bare vast qnanlilies of con
demned srms for sale, and tberelore neither
of tbe contending parties woald find it nec
essary to make purchases on tb!s side of the
Atlantic when tbey cao obtain similar goods
so much nearer home ; but should tbe pros
ent complications assume such shape tbat
tbe powers mentioned woald decline lo dis
pose of any of their condemned arms and
supplies lo either party, then there might be
a demand for oars. Since the Franco-Prus
sian war both France and Germany have
been re-armine and repNcin" tbe arms' used
by them In tbat war with those of more
improved patterns, and consequently have
many old arms for sale.
It bas also been ascertained thaLTurke;
is much better supplied witb arms tban was
at first supposed, she having received over
three hundred thousand stand of arms from
the Providence Tool Company, of . Provi
dence, R. I., within tbe past two years, under
a contract made witb tbat company to fur
nish half a million Peabody guns a breech
loading rifle similar to (be Martin-Henry ri
fle osed in Eogland. These rifles are still
being manufactured for and delivered to the
Turkish Government, several officers ol
wbich bave been in this eoontry for some
months past inspecting tbe arms and super
intending their manufacture. The Turks
also bave contracts witb various firms in this
country for 200,000,000 rounds of Metallic
cartridges, and for a large number of cart
ridge eases, which are now being made at
Bridgeport and New Haven, Ct.,and other
places. Tbat Government is also well sap
plied with breecb-loading steel guns for field
service, and it is not probable tbat tberewill
be any great demand for arms of obsolete
patterns opal this or any other eooo'.ry.
Russia has also received a good supply of
arms from this coont.7. having bad contracts
with Bmlth & Wesson, Colt, and other man
ufacturers. These contracts were for re
volvers and breech-loading rifles, large num
ber of which bave been delivered.
We never fully understood the nature 0'
that little difficulty lo tbe Treasury Depart
ment at Washington th other day, which
fracas resulted io the expulsion ot Dr. Mary
Walker from that marble palace. But now
we are informed in regard to it. Tbe doc
tor says' she has a caws belli. We con
fess we never suspected anything of tbat
Tbe Russian fleet is preparing to leave
Tho pold exchange in New York bas ccas
ed lo exist.
A. L. Clapp, publio printer, has tendered
There is a balance 00 band in tbe treasu
rv of 83.500,000.
Much more whiskey is being manufacture
Ibis yeur than last.
Tbe Missouri Legislature adjourned sine
cue on tne dutn ult.
1 ne investigation or tne few ork cu
torn house has commenced.
Fx Governor Noyes, of Ohio, will succeed
Minister Wasbburne in I aria.
Packard is fishing to g"t Casey's position
)i post cuueciur ui iew unoans.
forge sales of horses for the French light
cavalry nave been male In ISew York.
Senator Itlaine has been cbneen chairman
of the Mniuo Republican State Committee.
II. C. Raymond has been appointed post
master at Gaston, Washington county, Oie-
The troops were removed from Alaska 00
account ol their uselessness and heavy ex
Uamptoo s message is said to be a step
towards repudiatiug tbe atate debt of South
The Republican State- officials fn South
Cerolba have surrendered to tbe Democratic
Gen. and Mrs. Grant,, with their son Jes
ee, will sait for Liverpool from Philadelphia,
The commission appointed to inquire into
tne isew 1 one custom bouse will do so with
Tbe Pennsylvania Democrats will hold
their State convention at Harrisburg on tbe
did 01 August.
Alex. II. Stephens argued a case io the
Htipreine. Court oa tbe 30th u'.t., lor tbe first
time in yeais.
Col. ITifrgrnson, of Rhode Island, an old
abolitionist, heartily indorses Ilayes actioo
in ooumero aiiaire.
Gen. Sherman has great faith in the honor
or Southerners, and does not think tbey will
oreiR weir p:euge.
The New York Times loots noon the in-
iiaiiauuo 01 icboiis government as a piece
01 oagraoi nearpauon.
Louisville people celebrated the term!
nation of the Louisiana trouble with a grand
illumination 00 May 1st.
The case of the Kinma Mine vs Treoor W.
rark for misrepreeeatatioo, bas beeo decided
io favor 01 tne delendant.
1 wo hundred and fifty emploves of the
Treasury Department, mostly women, were
aiscnargea 00 in- Jtns.
Gov. Ax tell, of New Mexico, pronounces
the charges against him to b&rroundles aod
- . L . ... . k . . 1 1 . 1
saa iut iu mum ir.TcsiigauuD.
The coroner's jury io tbe innaeat 00 the
Ticurai 01 io oouiaera Hotel disaster, at
Sl Louis, erasures the hotel lessees.
It has been proved that the mute to Eog
land front Australia via San Francisco is
thirteen days shorter than via BrindiaL
Jadge King, of the supretna court of Lou
isiana, under lb Kellogg Packard regim has
beea eppoioied collector of tbe port of New
Tbe Csar's declaration of war was read oa
the Ida 00 board the Rumao mea-of war
in Arw tors harbor enJ reemed with
cheer, followed by prayer for the laccees of
the Russian arms.
Ifunry Watterson, ol Louisville, will de
liver tbe memorial addr over the Union
soldiers' graves at Nashville on Decoration
Russian and Turkish ministers are both
io New York, for tbe purpose it is presum
ed, of buying arms for tbeir respective coun
Tbe World is satisfied that no Southern
Democrat can be induced to vote for tbe ad
ministration candidate for Speaker of tbe
On account of aire and infirmity, W. M
Graham, formerly New York State Senator.
mnrisoned lor embezzlement, bas been par
doned by Hayes.
Scar Face Charley, woman who served
in the civil war in male altiiv, attempted to
commit suicide at Virginia City 00 the 30lb,
but was s.ved witn an ero-uc
Secreiary Thompson of tbe Navy has dis
covered several frauds in bis department ;
one especially, where iron was bon.'ht lor 35
.'M iot w 1
" j ,, i, ..,,1,1 l,,. u. i,. j
cents a pound when it could bave been bad
for 15 cents
John Nf Gully, a prominent citizen of
Emporia, Miss., was murdered on Thursday.
Judge Chrisolin, Republican candidate for
Congress. ad bis two sons are said to bave
instigated a man named Rash to do tbe
The English navy is being refitted.
Persia bas 20,000 men ready to Join Ran-
Tbe Turks whipped tbe Russians at Ba
The Daoube is declared closed to com
merce. . -
Tbe Turks have bombarded aod burned
Tbe Russians nave attacked the Turks at
Forty thousand Russians bave entered
Tbe Russians are bridging over the Danu
be at Ibrail.
Arabians are hurrying to the assistance of
Mitchell, tbe American geographer, has
arrived at Suez.
Gatatz wilt be tbe pivotal point of tbe
Tbe Twkislrgarjboata bave captured three
Konmaman vessel. .
Two Turkish monitors bave arrived at the
month of the Seretb. -
Subscriptions bave been entered in Don
gary for wounded Turks.
Tbe Russians captured a Turkislcampat
Meakasder on Wednesday.
England bas issued a proclamation of nou
tralily in tbe Eastern question.
Tbe Dominion Parliament was prorogued
at (Mtawa on tne ztfia or April.
The Urvek Uovernment will preserve an
attitude o reserved neutrality.
Tbe German Parliament bas refused to
impose a compulsory duty on iron.
Prince Charles wi.'l issue a manifesto de
claring Ronmania Independent of Turkey.
Six hundred houses were destroyed in
conflagration at Constantinople pn the 30lb.
France will issue a proclamation declar
lug neutrality between tbe Turks and Rus-
The Turkish army on tha Danube bas
bren increased by 40 battalions and 40,000
An army 0' 40,000 men is being prepared
by England to sen to any point where her
Russia hus 300,000 mrn on the Danube,
and 125,000 on the Caucasus, while the op
posing force of the Turks is 120.000 00 the
Danube and 50,000 nr less in A3ia Minor,
me uussiansare invading 1 nrkry between
Raloum and Rayazid.and have seized 60,000
bushels of grain at Adjhkady 1 be Turks are
advancing in three columns towards Alexun
Frauk Cogswell was run over by a loco
motive and instantly killed at East Portland
on the 2d.
8. G. French, of the Cove, Union coanty,
ha twenty thousand plum and prune trees,
r)m precinct, April 231, by E.
Mr. Wm. T. Jones and Miss Mar-
...ao, V. t, 111.
garet A L. SatteJfield.
Brioht kth, regular features, and a grace
ful figure, fail to produce their due effect if the
complexion is defaced with pimples' or blotches,
or the skin is rough or harsh. To remedy these
defects use Glin a Sl'LPHl'a Soaf.
Hill's Hair Dye restores the tinge of youth
to gray locks.
Wllamette Transportation and
. Locks Company.
"VTOTICE.-THE FOLLOWING RATES
1 of FrvL-ht on Grain and Flour have hn
establishej by tliis company as the maximum
rates lor one year from May 1st, 1ST7, via
to Portland $1 00
' " 1 75
M " 1 75
" M J 00
41 " 2 00
- " a 50
M J 50
" " 3 75
. " a 75
" " 3 00
" M 3 00
M " 3 00
" 3 00
" 3 50
" " 3 50
" " 4 00
" " . 4 00
Grain and Flour shinned from the
."" htumiiwu utrrvt w ' ABWTuk Will. De
chaivrd ft per ton additional
The cmniianT will enntrmr. with narti wKi
lw. j: . . . .
dire it to tnuwrvt Grain and FlHir at above
rate tar any specified time, not exceeding five
veara, t. u. KLtl),
ice rrei,1ent W, T. k L, Co.
rortland, April 28, 177. my6 3m
War ha; commenced in Europe!
R. G. CALLISON
S.AGAIN ATHISOLD HIS OLD STAND
oa ifiamrtte Mreet and havuw bonirht th
intern of W. T. Osbum- in the firm of (!lli.
na k Oebnm, ia prepared to furntth all who
aaay give him a call with the best quality of
every thing usual r kept in a first c1m i-.,. .
aad provision tnre, ich a
M GAKS, TKAS, tDFFF.E,
CANNED GOODS, TOBA(X t
CIGAKS. GLASS AM) OI'VFV.
WARE. WOOD AND WILLOW tt iRF
at reasonable rate for CASH or I'ROKfcE.
Give me a call and are what I caa do f,r ynu
Tnankiul f part patronaiN I inviu TAB
G.uJ delivarad In any part of the ritv free 1
feharg. E. G. CALLLjON.. I
Circuit Court, Lane county, Oregon. Levi
Llnder, Rebecca Kobertson, K. ti. auison,
O. W. CallUon, Amanda McClure, Kate Mo
Mohon and Charity Demic, plaintiffs,
R, M. Callison and John G. Callison, Wm. L.
Callison, Fanchy Callison and Lucy Calluon,
minor heirs of Wm. L. Calluon, deceased,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon, in and for the county of
Lane, made at the April term thereof, A. D.
1877, 1 will tell at publio auction, at the court
house door in Eugene City, Oregon, on the
NINTH DAY OF JUNE, 1877,
IWwen tha hour nf S o'clock, a. M. and 4 o'
clock r. U. of said day, the following -deacribed
nil nronertv. to-wit:
Lota No. 2 and 3 in block No. 18, and tha
west half of Lota No. 2 and 3 in Block No. 13,
and 28 feet off of the went side of Lot No. 7 in
fractional block No. 11 of Euprene City, of
Mullizan ' donation to Lane County, commenc
ing at the eouthwest corner of said lot No. 7,
on Ninth atreet, thence east 28 feet, thence
"v. ".rz - : A. '"
norm ou icet 10 rumic oqunre, iiienuv wctv 00
. t m . t ' o( Anting.
Terms of Sale One-third cash, in gold com
of the United states, and the balance on a cred
it of four month T. W. 8HELTON,
XTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i 1 Cart Von Winzenrode has made applica
tion to the county court of Lane county, Ore-
in. to be appointed guardian ol r ranee 11.
landing and Lmma E. islanding, non-resident
minor, and that the court ha fixed the 28th
day of May. 1877, at 10 o'clock A M., at the
court house ib Eugene City, a the time and
place lor oramnr kiiii nwmcauon. ny omer 01
1 1 i 1 1 r n 1
JUSiiUA J. WAL.1UA,
Mrs.S.A.McCain & Miss C. Conne
FANCY HAIR WORK of all Kinds
wigs, switches, BRAIDS,
WATCH GUARDS, BRACELETS, ETC.
Made to onTer,
Goner Willamette and Tenth Streets.
ap28 5m EUGENE CITY.
For Sale at a Barain
mHE NEW HOUSE AND LOTS 00 the
I I T i 1 1 O 1.1 L
M curlier m laiuwiu kdii cwvenui nvrcru.
Inquire of GEO. W. KINSEY,
mH PS' ASSOCIATION' HAS ON" HAND
X a Urge and varied assortment of FRESH
liUUJUS, and are receiving every montn. new
suppUes suited to tins market.
Goods are sold low and
AT ONE PRICE TO ALL !
And PRODUCE TAKEN" AT THE HIGH
EST MARKET RATES.
Give us caS before purchasing, aa K is no
irouuie to aaow gnous ana give prices. api
OOTS A NIIOES-CALIFOR-
A new lot direct tmrn fiUTtnrr.
s. h. friendly:
1HY 0001 H
.Spring Stock of
Pry Goods at
S. H. FRIENDLY'S.
Ribbons in new shades,
Edging and Insertions',
D. R. LAKIN.
THE HARNESS SHOP FORMERLY
owned by CHAS. HADLEY has been
bought by D. R. LAKIN, who it refilling the
shop with a good assortment of
Harness, baddies, Brushes, Combs,
Cards, Spurs, Whip of all kinds,
Dressed Deer Skins, Saddle Blankets,
And in fact everything kept in tint-class har
ness shop, which he proposes to sell aa cheap as
any one in the business.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange for
work Wheat, Oats, Flour, Bacon, Pork, Beef
cattle, Hogs on foot, Wood, Hides, Deer skins,
anything the farm produces that will selL
Give him a call before buying elsewhere.
Five per cent off for cash down. Remember
the old stand, first door north of F. B. Dunn.
Also a good assortment of the best SADDLE
TREES made on this coast for wholesale cus
tomen at cheap figure.
DUNN & STRATTON
OLD STAND OF 1". B. DUNN.
TTAVING ASSOCIATED WITH ME I
JAbusinesa Mr. HORACE F. STRATTON,
we nave just receivea a new, large and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a specialty of
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL I
We desire to make no grand flourish, but do
say that farmers caa come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other establishment in
town, and they can buy them on as good terms.
W have a full fine of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
MEN AND BOTS CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And an continually addin? to our stock to
meet the demand of the public
.il-AL, MUTLKMEXT. Notice h here-
V bvsiventhat R(A'allii.aHmini.trtunf ,
lit estate of U -M. Simmon dwel. has filed
hi. acconnU f. fin J a,tI,nBt ". "
al Mn,Uv the 7th day 0 M ay. 1. ,
art Uw hearii
the aroe. Bv onW U the
J. WALTON, Jr.. Ju.I.t.
G. R DORRIS Att y,
Tn I TJi-NEW DESIGNS OF STAN-
aUrd hraaila a
OSIIURiV & CO S
NEW DRUG STORE ON WILLAH
tea Street, Bear.Kinth,
PATENT HEBICINZS, &e.
Brandies. Wines and Liquor?
OF ALL KINDS. '
In fact, wa lara tSe beat assortment of art!!)
FIRST CLASS DRUfc STORE. "
We warrant all oar drugrfor tfiey are ntir aadl
Fresh. Particular attention ia oaUedi te ana
Perfumery aw Toilet Articles. '
' ' As w have bought'
OUR GOODS FOR CASH
Wa can compete with any establishment in lit
gene uuy in price and accommodation.
Buy your good where you can get
the Dest and cheapest
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hours of the day or night,
OSBUKN & t
Brick Stort, tr. ViQatneUi k Eighth Sti.,-
A.V. PETERS & CO
Ai mow ia receipt of a very laif stock at
,EV SPUING GOODS,
Selected with much eat froa the brgwt aad best
importing house ia Baa Franeiscov
Our Stock of
Is mnnisIlT large mi attractive, and Mxnprtaetlir'
verv latest styles and novelties, and of all anaea
nd prices, so as to meet the view of aU.
A Urge Ink lit of Edgfog aad lnertngs, akw
and beautiful faUsms.
A large stock of Blfehed Monti ns mma Linens,
Table I Jnens, Toweling and Hosiery; Contta,
Dandkenhiefs, Ice aad Linen Collar ia all grades.
WE WILL FAT TEE HIGHEST X1RIET FXICB
la cash for any number of pound of
GOOD MERCHANTABLE. WOOL.
, COUNTRY PRODUCE
Of every desmptio wanted; for which .w will pr
the highest nuuritet price.
A. V. PETERS k CO.
B. F, DORRIS.
To aff who know them
selves indebted fo me. I
have demands against
MUST BE PAID,
and I cannot meet thetrf
unless I can collect. If
you would save cost
come and settle without
I MUST HAVE MONEY.
Jan. 6, 1877. B. F. DORRIS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS
First-Class Pamily Groceries
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,.
Notions, Crockery and Willow Wtrfr
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS'
For medical and fuulr .
Aad evervthnif else umllj kept ia a First Clas-
FAMILY GROCERY STORE'
I be; leave to inform the efrizea of Intea '
tbe surruunilinir conntry that 1 have facilities to sri1
cheaper than snj other koas this sid of fertlaad
Fresh oppliea received weekly,
Ol the very best qaalitiesOM.1.
My Baotto ia
Small Profits and Quick Sales:-
Please call aad leara 7 prion before panhasias; '
WillametU Street, Knfrne CilJ.
Cmh PaiJ for Bacon and Eggs.
Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City
FREE OF CHARGE.
EUGENE CITY MILLS.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE T
inform the miblic that tbey have leased tha
El'GENE CITY MILLS for a term of rears.
and are now r pared to do a general Millinf
Busir . W ill receive wheat on rtorape on '
voralile terms. mnA m-ill mk 1ihsl terms t
fanner who desire to grind their on wheat
v ui at au times keep on hum for sale
FLOUR and ALL KINDS OF MILL FEED,
1 and ht tha
Cash Price tor WbeaL
. T !..u, IJ? rrTu.u,UT
DR. JOILY HERRBOLD,
cTSGICU 1 Ir!fIIClt DE5TIST,
HA3 RF.MO-EDTO ROSEBURO. Ore
eoo. where he respectfully offer hi, a"
vice to th btixent of that place and vicinity
is aU to haapchea a1 kis profassiai.