The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, May 05, 1877, Image 3

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ObitoryioMwmbeliiKii6rttlirUof
sots per line.
We assume no responsibility for Tiews npreased
py camauiiuuiw
Higgle eople. of the Gcmo, In wrappers for ""'I-
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CITY AND COUNTY.
Willamette Freight.
In oar advertising columns will be seen the
table 61 freight tariffs adopted by the Wil-
Lunette Transportation and Locks Company;
Persons interested will examine the table for
themselves. Boats will be run to Eugene af
ter harrest whenever the stage of water will
permit The following preamble and resolu
tion was adopted by the Board of Directors
recently held:
Whereas, The Willamette Transportation
and Locks Company are the owners of the
locks and canal at Oregon City, and a large
nuwuer oi aieamooaia aua oiner property up-
on iau nuiauioii nver inciuenuu to the
(transportation business. And
Whibeas, The managers of the said Wil
lamette Transportation and Locks Company
-are fully convinced that the true interests of
this company are identical with the producers
iand shippers of the Willamette Valley, and
wai iney snouia mutually co-operate to de-
reiop tne resources ot tne state. And
Whereas, Said company bavins alreadv
114110 laciuues tor transporting me products
w wis iiuuuuette vaiiey at ail times, iwiin
cilities if reouired). and believing that the
irj iuui vu ureaie auuitionai ia-
producers, and the public generally, are en-
titled to an assurance on our part that freight
'on grain and flour shipped by said W. T. &
iUi boats shall not exceed certain fixed
rates ; therefore be it
iMTBoivea. 1 n&i ior tne oenoa oi one vear
irom tne 1st 01 May, 1877. ireigM on grain
m . . . t .... .
"u uuur "MAW. or lilttU IUB lUUOWinil
rates, via. :
Here follows the table of rates, to be seen
in our advertising columns.
To the above was added a resolution that
grain and flour shipped through to Astoria
will be charged a ton additional ; also, that
S. G. Reed, Vice President of the Company,
be authorized, if parties desire it, to enter in
to contract with them for any specified time
' not exceeding five years. The object of this
last provision seems to assure a continuance
of moderate rates of freight for a long and
definite period to such as want to avail them
selves of the opportunity.
About an Engine. Since the alarm of
fire on Tuesday, the matter of procuring a
fire engine has been discussed among our cit
izens, and it is generally considered that an
engine is an absolute necessity. Whatever
our citizens conclude to do in this matter
otigbt to be done before the next meeting of
the coutfeft, which will take place one week
from next Monday. We do not think any
one will attempt to argue that the town does
not really need an engine ; every town of this
size needs one. Perhaps as good a method as
ny of getting this matter into shape would
be for the citizens of the town to meet and
discuss the matter. A meeting can be called
. which will show the feeling of tax-papers on
very short notice, and with inch expression
as will be brcnght out the council can better
act on the matter, which they must do before
the next tax levy is made. Speaking asone who
has no one interest in the matter, except the
good of the people, we do not hesitate to say
that we believe an engine should be procured
t once.
Leaving. Dr. C. D. Thomas left for his
Lome in New York State, via the overland
route, on Tuesday. Dr. 6. C. Harris has
removed with his family to Junction City.
Dr. Alverson left on Wednesday for Seattle,
where he will hereafter reside, Dr. G. A.
Miller and wife will leave for Astoria next
Monday. Mr. Skaggs will leave sometime
next week for Seattle, taking his stock of
books and stationery with him. Mr. H. W.
Slocum ia fixing to cross the mountains. He
will go to the Palouse country, and will be
accompanied by Mr. and "Mrs. John Killings
worth, who will return in the folL "Messrs.
Odell and Jackson, ire preparing to go to Sa
lem to enter upon their new journalistic en
terprise. TwMcKenzie Route. Mr. Wykoff.who
earries the mail from this place to Camp Polk,
over the McKenzie route, informed ns last
Saturday that there was snow on the summit
for a distance of six miles only, and that the
greatest depth was only two feet and a half.
Mr. Perkins-' party, which left here on Mon
day morning; reached Prineville the next
Monday, On Friday of last week a band of
cattle ntrrnbering 450 head, 60 head of horses
and six wagons started' across the snow. It
is not probable the' anoW from this time on
w-ill be any hindrance on that route.
Losing Trade. The Standard says: "We
bear from the Seattle Tribune that $2,000
worth of fine wood work, designed for the
State University at Eugene, is being done in
Seattle. We confess we fail to see the neces
sity of sending orders that distance away
from home, when the work can be better ex
ecuted in Portland in- consequence of our
greater facilities, and we feel assured it can
be done as cheaply. Oar manufacturers
shoal j investigate this matter and discover
Where lies the blame." The contract for fin
ishing the University building was awarded
tb Messrs. Douglas and Van Alstein, the
former of whom Uvea at Seattle.
A' "Squaw Mas." -Joaquin Miller, says
the Idaho Avalanche, ha lived among the In
dians ; ia fact be was a "squaw man," and so
far from concealing the fact, has boasted of it
Be lived with aa Indian woman as his wife,
had children, and was proud of the associa
tion. Moreover, he has the "barbaric yawp,"
which shows him to be a genuine frontier
Suobtt Blaze. What might have been
M Tery disastroas fire was nipped in the bod
oa Taesday by iU timely discovery. The
roof of the bailding eccapied by Mr. Espey's
carnage maker eaug it from a spark from tbe
blacksmithahop ad joining, and had got to be
i J t v. .v.
coneideraUeofafire before tbe alarm
givea.
Oasoo Presmteet. This body opened a
I ia Bosebars; on Thanday.
n r.
Koseberg oa Thersday. lv-
at thia nlaa. delivered the openinff
B. Gary
E -
Vlv J0,P" 8'. M old resident
w of thia county, died at Halser on Friday
night of last week in the 73d year of hii age.
Mr. Ogle had been in poor health fur several
months, ami loft here about four weeks ago
intending to travel about and try to regain
his failing strength. The remains were buried
atHalsey,
Goxi Wagner, who a few weeks since
opened a small stock of dry goods in Mrs.
I Renfrew brick, packed them on Sunday and
left on Monday morning last Cogens is not
I good opening for new stocks of goods at
present
State Grange. The following Me the
delegates from this county to the Suite
urange, which meets at Salem on the 22d
inst : J. C. Jennings and wife, John Whit-
eaker, and A. K. Patterson and wife.
Returned. A young man who left home
a couple of weeks since to the great distress
of his parents, was arrested in Portland and
locked up to await the arrival of his mother.
She went down and saw him safely home a
few days ago.
Dissolution. Messrs. Callison and 0a-
burn, grocers, have dissolved partnership.
Rufus will continue the business at the old
.i.u
At mi n. r- n tT.i. v..
I . ....
I "e1" Ken cnargeot nis Deer saloon, and
wiU op60 Ml baft
I Brief mention.
The Alleehanians are on the Sound, head-
inc tins wav.
I 0
Wheat was sold at San Francisco last Sat
nrilnir at 13 1.1 nnr nntjil
Trout flailing is in order. Cet vour nose
weatherboarded before you start The sun
is getting red hot
Peak's family of bell-ringers have arrived
in Portland from San Francisco, and will
probably visit this place.
The next Annual State Teachers' Institute
will be held in the Senate Chamber, in the
State Capitol, commencing August 21, 1877.
The 0. S. S. Co., it is said, expect from
their present information, an average of 1200
immigrants per month, over their route dur
ing the Summer season. ,
New York Tribune: There is no mistaking
the willingness of the Democracy to act as
spectators if the Republicans choose to get
up a big bear tight among themselves.
The Coos Bay News of the 25th ult has
this: Capt Lanfore, who went to the Shu-
law about ten days ago to take a look at the
country with a view to its advantages for the
establishment of a fishery, returned last Mon
day. While there he sounded the bar and
found nine feet of water at low title, be re
ports considerable good fanning land on the
river.
For choice wines for family or medicinal
use call on Jos. McClaren. A brand of Mus
catel is particularly recommended. Also
Hennessey and Mortell Cognac brandies. '
Retail Produce and Provlalou Market.
The following se retailers' prices :
FLOUR. t bbL $6.
CORN MEAL Oregon ground, in bulk, 4c
OATS-0 bushel, 50.
BEANS 1 lb, 6c.
POTATOES-60 a
BUTTER-Fresh rolls, 25c: ' ' . ,
COFFEE-Rio, 29; Java, 33Ja
CHEESE-Oregon, 20c.
CANDLES y box, I4 50.-
EGGS-15c.
BACON Sides, 14c; hams, 15cj shoulders,
12Jo.
LARD In tins, 15c; bulk, 12J,
CHICKENS-J&2 503 00 V dozen.
FISH-Salmou, hf bbls, $; 501b kits, $1 00;
Mackerel, per kit, $4; Codfish, 9 ft, 1215c.
SUGAR S. F. R, 10Se; Island, 1015c;
crushed, 18c; powdered, 20c.
SALT-Carman Island, V 100 lbs, 51 25;
Bay, $125; Liverpool Dairy, $2 50; do coarse,
TEA-Green, $1 25; Japan, 75c f ft.
SYRUP-Heavy Golden, keg, $5.
OILS-Kerosene, tl V gallon.
The ONLY agency In E lgene for Dr. WAR
NER'S HEALTH CORSET, at the Bazaar,
corner Willamette and Seventh Streets.
apzi am-
We sell 8. H. Kennedy's Hemlock Sheep
Dip. the best and cheapest Dip known, and will
send vaJutble book to sheep owners on applica
tion. J. M'CKACKEN ft CO.
Jr'ortland, Uregon.
J. A. Winter is still alive and engaged in the
photographic business.
Pictures enlarged to any size, and retouched
in india ink or painted in water colors.
The undersigned has 31 acres of land lying
just across the river at the bridge Eugene City
which will be sold cheap. Apply to
J. W. SKAGGS,
Eugene City, Oregon.
Notice.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to
me are renuemea to cu ana kiuo u" ;j
as I Intend to settle up all my business within
the next month. This April 12th, 1877.
Robinson ft Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and best selected stock of wall
paper and border in Eugene City, comprising itf
part, Brown, Blanks, Satin, GUt and Emboss
ed paper, which they purchase direct irom tne
Eastern factories and will sell a cheap as the
cheapest All paper trimmed free of charge.
FOR SALEL IST CMiXC'E.
A No. 2 Standard
CABINET ORGAN
Cost 1200 can be bought for a little over half its
u'u nwived from the factory, new, in
February.
Apply at this office. '
FOB SALE.
A comfortable house of four rooms. Newly
nattered and ia good condition. Bearing grape
Tinea, cherry and plum tree.
THIS OFFICE.
RtaiesBfcrr TM
nf vear for Pneumonia, Lang
p-.'.-. r-.nn.rk. Cnl.k. and fatal remits of pre-
1 ' . . . r ,iil nt)ir tfimal
iji,.. B.wrnrx's Grsui Sm r
ha, bn used in this 1'hborhood fr the pat
' two or thrve yar without a rmi'le failure to
I Z If , biv. not o-e 1 this mdHne jmn-
to to tout DnrgUt oi ek fcim of its
woodf-rf'il soecess anwnsr his owtriT. Thrm
dove will relieve the wont ea-e. If yoo nave
' ..IUn liMt buv a rumple
gi. en's G r-A Starr for 10
. . u hnttlc 75 oenta. Don't
i WJ M ? . . u
j arjl-rt a Cough to mr, 75 eeota.
Carding and Spinning,
busineschance:.
THE YARN MILL OP THIS CITY
lately run under the name of Irvin? A Co.
will in future be run under the name of William
bkelton. Aiaving rebuilt and enlaived the mill
I will now be able to supply all order entnist-
ed to nir care,
SKELTON
Jiugene, April 16, 1877.
ASTOR HOUSE,
EUGENE CITY, : : OIIEGON
X. S. Dl'DOIg, Proprietor
Formerly of St. Charles Hotel, Albany.
millS HOUSE WILL HEREAFTER BE
J. conducted a a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL
POH UESKUiL JlaEHCIIANDlSB (io
T.C. HENDRIQKS,
GEO. J. BUI S,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER
KUOENR CITT. OREOON. '
TRY IT t THE T.O. nEXMUCKS BRAND
A ofSOAl. For sale only br
T.O. HENDRICKS.
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
DR UGGI STS,
"WrlLL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
1 f all its branches at the old stand, onenng
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescriptions.
Baled Hay, .
Baled Straw
- and Wood
T710R SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
JL by S. H. CHRISTIAN,
At the fostnltice.
Lis
H
m 5 r.s
W g ell
H3&
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice
is hereby given that the undersigned has
beena ppointed by the County Court of Lane
county, Oregon, administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of Wm. Moore, deceased,
and all persons having claims against .said es
tate are reoired to present them, with the
proper vouchers, to me at niy office in Eugene
City, county aforesaid, within six months from
the date hereof, Hated this 4th flay ot April,
1877: GEO. M COOrER,
Administrator.
THE BEST NIIOES EVEH BROUUIir 10
to thia market, at the lowest price St,
T. (1. II r N ImH'KSv.
University Subscriptions.
All subscriptions to the State University are
no v over di'e. Tlie projwrty has been accepted
by and tin red over to the State, and 1 am in-
stf.ioted y the projicr autliontios to proceed
and c 'Meet all sums at once.
GEO. B. DOIIKIN,
Altorncy-at-Law.
A IlKLLK H A;0.-I am the sole
i agent for this celebrated waijon.
T. G. HENDRICKS.
WOOL! WOOL!!
Highest Market Price for Wool !
THOSE HAVING WOOL TO SELL will
please call on the undersigned. Advances
made on the same if desired.
A. liULiUHMll U.
Diolutlou. "
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Jji partnership heretofore existing between F,
T. Singer and Smith Cleek, in the butchering
business, at Junction City, Oregon, is thia day
dissolved by mutual consent, and that F. T.
Singer will continue the business at said place,
wilfaftsume all liabilities of the aforesaid firm
and collect all accounts due, and settle all the
business of the said firm, ltoted this 13th day
of April, 1877. FRAN K T. SINGER,
U. S. ClaimsLands for Soldiers.
LAND AND RICH MINES FOR SALE
OK TKAJJJS.
T COLLECT SCRIP, INDIAN VOUCH
.rm TtnnntT. Kut Orleans, and other prize
money now due, and Postoflice claims ; obtain
pensions for omcers, soldiers, sauoro, wninum,
injured or diseased and their widows and chil
r'h .itl tn land and bind
UICII )rimv ijv ( . (
warrants foe soldiers in all wars before .March
3d, 1855, and attend toall business at warning
IuMit timlwr Luid. collem scrip and
homesteads on lanns near rwusnu, vrcK",
and elsewhere. Will sell cranberry land with
natural vines growing on it rraine, tmmuw
and timbered lands at prices lower than usual
Rich placer gravel beds and quartz ledges for
sale or trade. Also, will sell or rent a furnish
ed HoteL or sell a steam sawmill reaiy lor bu
siness. Apply to CM. CARTER,
Office Third and Maih streets,
. T 1 . t , 1 1
JaZO x oniaiHi, vrrn'""-
Notice to Sportsmen.
rrfHERE IS A, NEW GUN SHOP IS
X Eiiitene City opposite the Lucky Livery
Stable between Poindexter's shop
and Ladder building. Look for the sign of the
big red gun swung across the sidewalk, me
i I. .lff An all limit nf renair
work with neatnesa and durability; new spins
made to order; small bor nflea fur muing
grouse and squirrels always on hand, also saws
ruined and filed and door looks repaired at hort
notice. B. P. HENDRICKS.
rUDntlfiQ ArwiU;
best chaam of the mm;
bnnwniweu
11 th mtw slid tMktat I'hnrfw
Falls o the ilhiw. the Kmqanna, us ivmum
i.iht rH fttkn BiwkK. Whit atonnUin, Hat
ra F1U, Newport, Hrt-w, Vinr n Verta, lt.
rire, Vnow Htnrm, Amsrkaa fruit. Pier at Calu,
Paa mn rm the Uannla: also, bnllisnt fxllChromns,
oa bUik or white mount, floral hoaiBMnirds.MS
day -bool etnla, statuary, snottoeat blaik sroona
panrla; also, framaa and wrrnU' iipplx 7
hntfm prim. Partlar fr Iilaatratire Cata.
.nm nint nf UfflP. Bent fur S3 00 outat.
J. LATHAM k CO.. Waahiort. at. ftaua,
hewlqaarters far Forfifo sal American Chroma.
Notice.
AT THE MEETING OF'THE BOARD
of Di-ectors of Lane County "Mercantile
AaaxcUtioo held lhmxr 13, l7o, H was or
dered that the capital stock nf said eorporatwn
sulMcruwd prior to Uc 1. 1X76, lie anwiwed sad
maie parable at onoe. Tbe stuck Ukra since
that dat s ibjert to 50 per enit as u asm tit
; bukhdder. wUl pleas. rponH at O.eir e
! at eonvenieiirsv i- C. JENNINGS,
: their earn-
I C
Secwtary.
11 lit
i
lid
It 31
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Wagons, Hacks,
A large stock on hand and I will to
Ill MRS WARRANTED N
Repository and Shop-Corner Ninth
rieoje call and sec for yoorselTes before
placksmithingj Mood tfork
to
Robinson &. Church
DEALERS IX
SHEW HE.1YY HARDWARE
1IAVK TUB
Besf Selected Stock In Oregon
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE
The Largest . Stock of Goods
EVER BROUHT
OUR STOCK OF
CLOTHING
has bees lanrely Increased and we can show
handsome a line of ready made goods In
MENS AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found In the country, and at priees
mat cannot tun to satisiy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
ami
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
ileached b Unbleaohed Cotton Flan
nels.
Ladios' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS; .
S.
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS.
AVlNG OBTAINED THE AGENCY
. of T. CUNNINGHAM 4 CO.'S Itne of
Farm Machinery Which for cnmpfeteitess
and good quality of machines is unequalled. I
am prepared to furnish on the most favorable
terms the following machines, to-wit:
The Case Thresher,
The oldest and most popular machine in Amer
ica, its annual sales beini; over 1NOO. Please
to call and examine it before purchasing any
otlicr.- Also,
Case's Wrought Iron Header,
(Tiwulwell's patent) with new and valuable im
provements. 1 nines' Inside Single Gear Header
Johnson's Combined Reapers and Mowers,
Wnv Alison Woods' Eagle Mowers,
Bradley's Reapers and Mowers,
ADAMS k FRENCH
Conquerer Harvester,
Twist & Bradley's Sulky Rake,
Victor Self-Dump Rake,
Monitor Broadcast Seeder and Cultivator.
Farmers' Friend Grain Drill,
This drill has many important Improvements
over any other (hill now in market. Do not
fall to examine iu
Garden City Plows,
Walking, 8ulkv and Gang. Try them and you
will have no other; Also many other machine,
too numerous to mention. All these machines
are warranted. We have on hand and are con
stantly receiving all kinds of Machinery. Call
and examine lor yourselves. Also agent lor
The Newton Vagon,
The most durable, finest pahited aud lightest
running Wagon rmde.- .
JUMa IV.tLtAVfcB,
N.E. corner Willamette and Seventh' Sta. i
fel7 3ra4 Eugene City, Or.
A. L. BANCROFTS. CO.,
721 Market tftrcef,
San Francisco, Cal.
PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS IN all
kinds of - j.
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
8CHO0L FURNITURE k APPARATUS,
PIANOS, ORGANS
And other Musical Instruments,
" SHEET MUSIC, ETC., ETC..
Acen( for the
"OWEN" and "LIVE OAK" WRITING
PAPERS.
Blank Book Manufacturing
A SPECIALTY.
Ouriroodsaretobe'had of all the principal
Beoluellen. jal3ttin
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
MRS. A. RENFREW, : Prop
Having again taken possession of the old and
well known
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.,
ttl.lrh baa been newlv furnished and refitted.
is now open foe the rectition of guests.
I have tiltven room, in in.
FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING
male imr.V) moms in alL It is the most comrao-
dion and bmt appointed hou. in the State
south of Halem.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
A, RMFHKW
CENTRAL
MARKET
BOYD & REHSHAW, Proprietors.
win
KEEP COSSTANTLT OX HD,
BEEF,
VEAL,
PORK AUD
MUTrOJf
Dnad lTwta of all kiwis. Tallow.ata. Will
sU IM i. cfcaaks lro I to t srou.
Buggies, Carriages.
order of the Best Eastern Timber ibrooghout.
EVERT KESrECT, at Fair Prices.
and Oak Streets, Euoen Citt:
porchnsinn elsewhere
and Carriage Fainting done
order i . . .
W. W. ESPEY.
IVE FOR sale
; the LOWEST
Rates
IKON, STEEL
AXES. ANVILS
NAILS, ROPE
Cable Chains.
lain eano i wKtt
. CUTLERY,
GUNS. PISTOLS.
AMMUNITION,
Aulvll II 1. 1 1 KAl-i
IMPLEMENTS,
.! ..... '
uiasting rowuiir.
FishliiR Tackle.
Etc. Etc
We invite an exam
ination of our goods,
continent that our
prices will suit the
times.
SPRING AND SUS1MER Tu mv
TO EUGENE,
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchefs.
HATS AND CATS in the leading styles.
OIL CLOTHS for floor and table use.
Boots and shoes.
We would eall special attention to our stock of
Mons' and Boys' Sun Francisco Boots,
Which we have sold for a number f vnari with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, TLOWS AND FARMING
UTENSILS.
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
antonWily low rotes.
LIVERPOOL & CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price for all kinds of produce and
v WOOL.
IT. FItIi:iILY.
OIROU-LAR
or tiii
STATE U DIVERSITY,
EUGENE CITY, OR.
Th beaattrul bull.llng prepare.! fur the BtaU Un-
versity of Oregon being now ready fur Uwsooummv
dstlon of students, tlie first session will oorumeao.
on the 10th of October, iber will be two course,
of study, tli. Preparatory anil Collegiate, and two
terftit of twenty weeks each.
Tb. law provides for the free tuition of on. stu
dent from- each county and for neb member of th.
Legislature. Students wishing to avail themselves
of the benefits of this law should make application
to'the county iirlnwri.l6nf ol the oounty In which
they reside. All other students wishing to take th.
collegiate course will b. required to pay a tuition
fe. of 30 per term In adrunos. All candidate, fur
admission to this department will be required to
pas. an examination In th. following
BTUDIESl
Wling, Writing, Oitlii)gmpliyr Practical Arith
metic, English Urammsr, Urography, History ol th.
United Rtates, ttin Grammar, Reader and i Book.
of Cinaar, Greek Uramrdar and Reader but fur th.
present th. examlnat'on in- th. mrnrims;na may b.
omitted. Th. curilculeum of study in th. '
COIXEIJIATE COURSE
Wilt eomprise, 1st, tlx usual college course, " Id , a
complete course in Bclcnoe: M,' a Normal course
planned with spechl reference to the notUm(h-
All students In this department w.ll Iwranulred
to nay a fve of II 60 tier term In ailranc fur juuidnif.
tal expenses. All students In tb.'
PREPARATORY DKPARTMEUT
Will be required to pay a tuition of 111 In advance.
1 tils department will glv. students th. neeoaaarv
training In the studira required fur adwitanc. into
Die Collegiate department.
THE FACULTV
Will consist of Prof. J. W. Johnson, President, and
Pitifesaors Thomaa Condon and Mark llailey. lh.
tearhers In the prrmraUjry dejiartiiient ate Mrs. Ma
ry c. npiuer, 1'rincipul, ami Mary e. tMtune, Mia.
AssisUut. JDIIN W. JOHNSON,
Frealdentof University anl raculty.
J. J. WALTON,
Bec'y lloard of DliecUirs.
Eugene City Ifrcwcry.
MATJ1IAS MULM:i, Pro'p.
Hi now prepared to fill .11 order, for
LAGER BEER
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Coma mad w fur ruine1f. A cood article ftetds
Thorouhbred
A'LSO
Bronze Turkeys,
O K
Pekin Ducks 2nd' Emden Geese.
TOOBGLCDBBED JOtTUDOUl SHEEP.
TRICE LIST NOW READV. AUo,
a rampmei on ine car. oi rwi,-navcuui.
(oedinif, disease and their cure, eta, alated
eswcial!y to th. t'acincUst; prio 1U cetiU.
Adilres., encluaiug stamp,
.vi. i:vrti'
NAPA. CAL.
Please state where yorjssw this advertisement.
HARDWARE, IP.OH and STEEL
Hubs, tiioLcs, Hlms
Oak, Ash and Hickory TlanK.
ROBTHBCP tiio.ti rtot,
, fOstTLAND, ...... OBEOON.
JAS A. STERLING, ,
Dranesville, Douglas County, Oregon.'
, Defderln
General Merchandise;
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Full line of LeptI planks on hand.
. Manager of , ...
STERLING'S EXPRESS;
TO COOS COUNTY.
All business promptly attended to.
A New Deal.
R. G."RAHAM,
MERCHANT TAILOR
TTAS JUST RECEIVED from the East
Ail!
has ne
Lline of fine and fashionable cloths, such I
ha. never before I
i been brought to Eugene, eon-
sisting of
sistinir of .
Paul, tiood,'
Coalings, Id all Grade.,
anal Pine Ve.tlngs,
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
R. O. CltAIIAlK.
SELLING AT COSTI
FOR SIXTY DAYS!
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Lead, Hack and Wheel
XX .A. XL TST 3E3 S ?
- Warranted California Leather.
SADDLES OF ALL KINDS,
BRIDLES, HALTERS,
SURCINGLES. HORSE COVERS
LASH and ilUUUY WHIPS,
COM US and HRUSHES, .
HARNESS DRESSING,'
ETC., ETC
Thankful for past favors I would respectfully
solioit a continuance of the same.'
Important I
Persons knowing tlicniteKes indebted to me
either by rtote of account, are requested to make
settlement by Jan. 1, 1877, or payment must be
enforced. WM, PRESTON. . .
FOU THE
SPRING Jt SUMMER TRADE!
WP. HKO to Iffform .ur Heads and th. paMi.
that w. har. Just received dirsot from bla
rraaciscoand th. Eastern markets
AN IMMENSE STOCK
or
groceries hardware,
DRY-GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
NOTIONS. CLOTHING,
FUIWIS11WG GOODS,
HATS AND CATC, 4
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc,
Selected hr our MR. 8. ROSENBLATT,
which w. oner at
ItlCDUCKD PRICES.
Parties will find it to their ad'vaiitaga to eall
and examine our stock and prices befoia pur
chasing elsewhere.
Highest price paid for til k ndi of Product
8. ROSENBLATT & CO. .
ST. NICHOLAS,
"Tin king of all puhlkationt iiiunl for thi
young on tilhertuli of tin Atlantic."- Bonth
amtoo (England) Observer. s i
The third volume of this inenmparablo Miwrailn.
is now eompleteil. With it SUO royal oetaro paea,
and sis hundred illustrations, 1U splendid serials,
1U shorter stories, poems, and sketches, ete.. St.., la
Ita Ixaiitlful biailinir of red etlA rold. It u tlie most
splendid Kilt hook fin boys and irlrls ever iisued from
th. press, l'rios, II; iq lull gilt, 13.
ST. NICHOLAS FOR 1877.
Ihirh onens with Novemlier. 17. begins a short
and very sntortainlnir serial from th. French, "Xh
Kinrdomotth. Unwly," A story adapted to tit.
ThankaKivins; season. Another serial of absorbing
interest to boys,
"DIB OWN MASTER"
pt 1. 1. TaoWsuiDor.
author of rfe"Jaok Rnsard Htorles," frf theChri.t.
mas Ilolidaf Pittntttr. Ileaiile. serial stories,
Christmas storiea,llvely sketches, poems and picture,
for the holidays, and Some satuaiahins; illuatration.
of Oriental spirta. with drawtnffs by hiameae artists,
TIIR I'MltlHTMAH HOUIIAY NUMBER (Jt
ST. NICHOLAS, lupsrbly illustrated, sontains a
vary intersatiuc paper.
"THE BOYS OK MY CniLDuOOD,"
ay WILUSM CVLLtM STT.
Do not Fail to But St. Nicholas for tlie
Christinas Jloliduvi. Tries, 23 tents.
Ihlrlns the roar there will be interesting papers fur
boys, by W :11am Cnllen llryant. Jobs O. Whittwr,
Thomas nutrl.es. niiiiam iiuwiti, it. noiianu,
Oiorre Mscl)nald, Han ford B. Hunt, frank B.
Ht.irktont and others.
'1'her. will be stories, sketches and poems of special
intereat to irls, by Harriet Preacolt Hpumird, 8o-
aanlili'lire.Warah Winter Kelliarg, Elisabeth Rtu,
art Hiel. Uiuim Aloott, Lncretia V. Male, tlia
Thaller, Mary Have. JAahrs. sad many .ttwrs.
Then will U alao
"TWEnVB SKY PICTUBE3,
1 raor. rsocroa,
th. Artromer, with maps, showing "Th. Star, of
Kaca Month," will bs likely to suriau. la Interest
ny series In popular srieoos noently given to tb.
public.
AMLrr.Mr.i n n u iinisvi;iiui, wna
FUN AND FHOl.IC, and WIT AND WIHDOM.
will b. Diimrleil as heretofore, and Sr. Nicholas will
eontinus to delight th. young aad give pleaanr. to
the old.
OOOO NEWS rOB B0Y8 AND GIRLS.
To meet th. demand for a cheaper Sr. Nrmm.is
Olft-IViok, the price of vols. I sixl II ha been re.
duned to tJ earn. The three volumea, fa aa elrirant
liln-ary eaa, are sold for lie ia full .gilt, IUI, eo
tlial all ssay gire their children a sumplet. art.
Tiieas V(dumeaointaiomoreattra-tive material than
fifty doHara' worth of ordinary children1, books.
Hoham-ipthm price. S.Y a vear. Tb. three bound vol
arnee aad a aulasrritioB for this year only $11 dab
enls with the sweet aewvlealer, or send money la
check, or P. O. Money order, or in registered letter.
to ex sisssa a u., iu orwiway, n. I.
A Fit EE 1XKE.
. t,nl,lti. u.k.n..
throat and lung aiseaaea. Also a sure relief ana
permanent core for general debility, dysprpeia
and all nervous anectiona, by a simple vegetatd.
medichi. which cured a renrnuile miMUnnary
I'hvsician'wtio was titg a miitent of Hyria and
th. East, and who has freely given this valua
ble tpecifio to thousands ot kindred sufferers
with tlie greatest pnenilil. benefit, and now b.
feels h his sacred christian duty to impart to
others this wonderful invinratuig remedy, and
will send FREE the oriniud receipt complete,
with full directions, to any person enclosing
stamp for tvi.1t.
Dlt. CLARK A ROBP.IX,
UaKU.IT liLCH.1, Sraari Kr, JT. Y.
P. ). Hot. 78.
AGRICULTIR.VL IMPLEMENTS o'
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