The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, May 12, 1877, Image 2

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    THE EUGENS CITY GUARD.
EUGENE ClTT.ORECiON.
RATUnnAY, MAY 13, 177.
BUSINESS CHANGE.
"With tliis issuo of the Guard, the
business passes into the hands of
Messrs. W. II. and F. R. Alexander,
who will roceol will) the same from
Jan. 1st, 1877, as if no change had
ooenrrcd, collecting all subHeriiition
and ordinary advertising accounts.
Id taking lnave ot a people with
whom I lave been intimately asso
ciated for the past eight years, there
are many, things I should liko to say ;
nnd first of nil is to Democrats who
desiro the success of that party.
Tlicro is no path so sure to lead to
such success ss a go-id newspaper. A
good newspaper cannot be made bv
one or two men alone, They must
have encouragement not mere words,
but .something tangible something
that vill rattle. There are a sufficient
number of Democrats in Lauo county
to sustain n good paper, but thero are
too many of them who repent on
their deatli tods. ilicy never see
the necossity. of easting in their mite
until they want position. Every
Democrat should tako the paper, and
pay for it, and nothing is more cer
tain than that in less than five years
the business will liavo increased to
that extent that a paper first-class in
cvry respect will bo demanded and
furnished. Both tho new proprietors
are young men who aro thorough
printers, and who' will call to their
aid able writers.
t
To my old friends, regardless of
party lies, I can say that I regre
I hat circumstances have inado the
change necessary." I also assure those
on tho other side of tho fence no
classed as friends that I regret it
for I should bo plenscd to stay an
mako it interesting for thorn.
GEO. J. IJUYS.
SALUTATORY.
Having purchased tho Guard from
Mr. Buys, our connection with it com
monoes with tho prosciit number; and
it is duo to our patrons to sketch an
outlino of tho course wo propose to
pursue.
As long as the paper remains under
owr control, wo will strenuously, and
to tho best of our ability, advocate
and (lcl'i'llil tho lirinoinlpa nf T)i.miM.
raoy as understood and declared by
Jell'crsou aud tho founders ol tho Ko
public, without abatement, modifica
tion or dilution. Hut while ndvocat
' ing and defoeding tho principles of
t popular government, as wo under
stand thorn, wo will always treat our
political oppononts with due courtesy.
Tho Guard will not, under any cir
cumstances, bo tho tnouth-pieoo ol
any man, cliqu6, faction or combina
tion of aspirants to personal promo
tion, but will strive for tho success of
the men .legitimately chosen by the
Democratic parly, Wo will givu
each week tho latest aud most reli
able news, and other matters of inter
est to .tho people generally.
Wo bought this CHtublishmout for
tho purpose of building up n )ennn
nont business nnd making a live pa
per, aud this being our first vr.iture
in journalism, it industry, energy and
pluck will accomplish anything, it
will not bo our fault it wo do not suc
ceed. It depends now upon tho sup
port given us by tho pcoplo of Lane
county, particularly tho Democratic
party, whether we succeed or fail.
Tho Standard says : The Scnato
riil committee, appointed to investi
gate the charges against Senator
urovcr to tho ctkvt that ho soeureil
bis election by fraud, will start for
Oregon tho latter part of this month,
and will probably arriye about the
1st ol J uue. Tho trip will be ono of
pleasure, and will cost tho taxpayers
several thousand dollars to gratify
tho personal malice ot somo disap
pointed Republicans, and will only
result in proving beyond a doubt the
hoiesty aud integrity of tho Senator
And fasten tho guilt im lT.tccnbly tipou
him who is known as the most nolo
rious trickster and muchly married
politician of the age.
Thero is somo talk of making the
Indian Chief, Spotted Tail, a Colonel
in the army for the valuable services
ho has rendered recently in success
fully negotiating wilh the Lostiles.
lie.
All right the Democrats propose
to dispense w ith tho mrvict ol the
r -o -' ...,(Z fit-rur.
als, Colonels, etc., who now infest the
country, and conferring the empty
tVlo of "Colonel" upon thij swarthy
Ueblieaa patriot won't cost a
cent.
CONFMCTIXJ AlTHOHITIi:.
Joseph craig, says tho Standard, is
tho legitimate bod of a white native
born American father and a Nez
erce Indian mother. Ilewasboin
in the country which is now the Nez
erce Indian Reservation, and has
ever since resided there and improved
for himself a nice littlo farm. He
asserted his whito blood by applying
at the bar for whisky. Tho bar
keeper decided in favor of Ida white
blood and sold him the beverago.
The District Court'of Idaho reversed
this decision of the bar and ordered
the vender to bo iudictcd for selling
whisky to an Indian under tho chargo
of an Indian agent.
Shortly aftex tho last .decision an
Indian murdered an Indian relative
of Craig, and according to tho laws
and customs of tho Nez Perce tribo,
Craig administered justice by tying
the culprit nnd carving him into
small pieces.
Complaint was made to the District
Court against Craig for murder. The
court held that Craig was a Nez
Perce Indian, only administeiiiig the
law of the Nez Perce tribe, within an
Indian country, and therefore thai
the court had no jurisdiction to try
the offender. Craig was uext indii
for disposing of whisky to a Umatilla
Indian. On arraignment before the
United States District Court of Ore
gon, Judo Deady decided that Craig
was a Nez Perco Indian and not re
sponsible. Tho Walla Walla States
man says: Notwithstanding theso
numerous rcsneetablo authorities de
claring Cra'12 on Indian, his white
blood ami free American principles
have led him to frequently vote at
tho elections of tho whites. Lately
the Indian Department h:is reversei
the decision ot the courts, nnd decidei
tlmt Craig is a white man and for that
reason ho is driven from his farm on
the Indian reservation. Ho is do
i-rived of whinky and being hangod
becanso he is an Indian, and clepnveil
of his farm and homo beeauso ho is a
while man! Thus IT not like Bamum's
"what is iir" ho at least finds that
tho nrovisions of tho Constitution do
daring thero shall bo no "distinction
on account of raco or color," is a de
lusion nnd a snnrc, nnd though the
distinctions in his case aro somewhat
numerous they aro rather too clastic
ti depend upon.
'onni:fiioMi:xc r.
Junction City, May 0, lS7(i
EniTou GcAiin Sir: I wtth to c-ill il
attention cf tho teachers of Oioyon, throng
lliu ciiluiiiim of vour Miner, to the niiiLi'.ilul
(inciitiiius and nnawoin of nn applicant for
toucher's certificate ut the lust public exiinii
nation in Lino county. I refined W grunt
curtiticiita to mid Applicant and lie appealed
to the State Superintendent and obtained
from him a iccond grndo certificate.
RKAU1NU.
Oneatiou 1. Define Orthoepy. What
8iildivinions doo it embrace? Answer. Or
thoepy i correct lniiiiuiiciation.
Q, '2. Js'aino the four nuwt common errors
in articulation. Answer. Articulution,
Accent. Modulation.
i). 8, Name tho inflection, and dclino
theiii. A. Jlimii).', falling, circuiullux,
liisin:i iulloctuin, Hmo" slido of tho voice
fiillimr inllcclion, fnllinu i-ltilo. Ciicmullcx
riMn ' mid fullinir comliim-d.
(.. 4. S:ic the kinds of touo used in
rcadil!. A. Hit". '' ttl'il tniililiu.
(A ft. What is imi rpio poem! Nanlu two.
A. .
n NMAN.anr.
Question 1. What are the essentials of
good penmnnuhip! A. A plain hand with
letters well proporiinueu.
Q. 2. Should printed copies always fie
usixl! Ilicv shoulil not.
g. .1 What should hs the heifilith of the
small letters a, i, o, t, d, 1, aud u! A. One
third hemhth from biuw slant.
Q. 4. What should he the height of the
Capital U C and r.r A. I wo-tiunls height
from I mum) slant.
ij, A. Analyze the email letters i, 11 and
x. A. First principle, tint ami third, lirst.
Q. (i. Analyze tho capitals A, O aud S.
A. First principle, 4th principle, upper aud
lower curve.
y. 7. How much time should he allotted
to writing? A. One I. our p.r day.
t. 8. lwci'ibo tho lii.,t, Hie tliinl and
tho seventh principle. A. Straight line on
We Unt ut Ull Ulii'le of ,7.2 ilnii Lett
eurveVnially on eonneetion slant. Capital
stem.
Q. 1). le!ine slant ami shade. A. The
leaning of letter so liruiy di -prw tmv.inl
Uue line. Shade, tlitl'oivnt wnltli of lino.
Q. It). Suice the letters in tho following
sentence: "ilie Jh'U i mightier than the
sword." A. .
thir School Lw authorizes the State Board
of Kdttcation to prescribe series of rules sud
reguUticvns for tJu gener.d govornnieiit of the
l'uplic Schools, to secure and promote the
true interest of the schools, etc.
The first of these ruh-s require the Super
intendent of Public iiiKtmctiou to issue to the
several County Superintendent rintvl lists
of uniform ipurstions prepared by the State
l'mod ef Kt.uuinatii u, and te.v l.er is re
cinircd by t!u-;;e rules t answer rorreetfy at
least sixty H-r cent, of all the questions -kcd, '
to obtain se.-olid (;rade cct tilicatc. No cer
liliciito whtcer sl a'l -c ivue.lt. :iy ap
plicant who falls In-low forty permit, in uy
two briuchcs of study.
Now, I leave it for teacher to decide
whether forty per cent, of the questions in
either of these two braucJie hi been an
swered correctly or uot I will farther y
that the Superintendent of Public Iustrac
iA4liilitKiniuUt'imine the mauusrrrpt
in this case, n..r did more than on of the
State Hoard of exaiuination, lmt it was re-
ferred to a eommittee uf two, ho hrrd the '
J'I'Ilcallts plea 1 J poverty, tc
ery re-j.-i-ifully, J. C. T-.U.x.
.np i oi iue county, i
NEWS ITEMS.
Wheat is 81 30 at Albany.
Wild strawberries are ripe in Yamhill coun
ty.
New potatoes have made their appearand in
Jacksonville.
The graduating class at the Willamette Uni
versity numbers seventeen.
A marble ouarry was discovered on Lewi
river, W. T., a few days tfo.
Cant Whipple's company of 110 men left
Walla Walla lor Wallowa on tne id Inst.
The last saloon departed from McMinnvill
a few days ago, and the templars are happy.
The beach mines near Catie FoulwcatHer will
give employment to atout aw men in the sum'
mer.
Tli yli'iimHi A fair, tnnn San Frutinirtco. ar
rived at j'oithind on Tuesday morning, and
sailed a'aiil for ban francisco on i-rklay morn
inif.
A .tiltiafnnn nfLttlftd RaITI Riatf sdth A bofse
(leiselat Kllensbunr last week, and
for want of $1,000 bail, Bnd hi time oam
Hinging at " Walker Hotel."
A Imrtrliirv wnji Attnoited on a store in Port
land last Tuesday night The police discovered
the burglar, who ran away and made Ins esraqw,
leaving a bunch ol keys Oelimu.
A l'ortland doctor found tho following order
nn thB slate one (lav this week : " loc com up
too tlier hous j ther ole man hes got snake in
his bates agin ami es rasin kano. (
Tim Portlsnd Standard has donned an entire
new dress. Wo are happv to chronicle this ev
idejice of its prosiierity, and hojie it may live to
puiillsa 1110 ooimary notices ui uu iw tu.".
It is estimated that in Whitman county, V.
T., 8,0(10 claiins, of a quarter section each, can
m foond that will bear wheat all the way from
ill) to tit) bush jls to tho acre, ho says the W alia
Y alia .SUtesm.in.
A Fri iw liiiiaii named Julian trot cautdit in a
cave of earth near Jacksonville last week, ami
lav for several hours nliiiost entintv covered,
when some passing boys discovered him. . lie
was badly injured.
In Sweet Home vallev. Linn county, a bam
belonging to a man named Ames was set on fire
a few nights a'o. Everything in the barn was
lost, including two wagons, and considerable
(rain. Jjoss beside tne nam lweii, buuuiv.-w.
The Haindealer say : "Mr. Haines, of Cur
rv rountv. informs us that Cant Ticlinor ha
made another discovery of an immense bed of
bituminous coal near his home in that locality,
and the Captain is going to have a railroad to
i'ort Orford for it transportation.
Moiukv evenincr a meetim.' in behalf of the
Yoquina Day railroad project was held at Cor
vallis. Judge Uurnett, Dr. Bayley and others
projiosed to form a company of twenty to give
I,IH)U each. Others pledged labor and materi
al. It is a narrow gauge they are proposing,
and they say they will break ground May loth,
Tho Mcrcurv savs : This mornin-', between 4
and ft o'clock, the ham U-lonirin!; to Mr. Kegnn,
who lives about three miles south of this city.
was burned to tho trrouud. together with a span
of horses, a new wagon, 100 bushels of oats, two
tons of hay ami a lot of baled straw, ine nre
is supposed to have been the work of an incen
uiary.
The ISluo Gravel Mining Co. which owns ex
tensive diggings on Ualice Creek near Jackson
ille. have invested several tnousaiui uouars 11
them and intend to expend as many more In
the purchase ot additional ground mid in the
development of what they have. Captain An
keny, President of the company, visited that
section the other day to look alter their inter
ests.
Mrs. I Robertson, of" Eight Mile creek.
Waiuto countv. while ridinir toward Canyon
city, last week, had the misfortune to let her
litile child full from her arms, ami in her ex
citement to save her little one she threw her
self down from tho wngon seat, preserving the
child's life', but sorrowful to state, losing her
own, as the wagon ran over hrr Isxly injuring
her so severely that tlie died sliortly alter 111
great pain.
A Seattle paper tells this "big one 1" Two
men who lelt 1 liurnton county last year on
iirosiK-ctiiu: tour in the Cascade mountains, an
who it was feared hail been lost or killed in the
mountains, have turned up safe nnd sound at
last. They report that they were mowed for
seven mouths In the mountains, wnere wey
were compelled to remain in absolute banish
meiit without seeing a single x-non. ' As the
snow finally melted away with the approach of
spring, they matte their escape.
COIIltliSI'OMILNCK.
Eugkxk Cixv, May 11, 1877.
En. (juaiid It is a well known lac
that Eugene Cilv is sadly in need ol
a-fire engine for the protection of on
property, and we think that the Co mi
cil could not do Letter than to Be
that one is prouifrcd; and that epeed
ly. Last week's tiro was Miflicicni t
demonstrate that our Hook it Lad
dcr Company would havo accom
plished hut very little, had fivo or ten
iniuutc more elapsed before its dis
covery. It is indeed one loose econ
omy to pay double rates ot insurance
(and somo ol our citizens, can -procure
no insurance whatever) when if
wo had a good engine the rates Mould
be much lesi. It is also very poor
argument against tho purchase of nn
engine, that thero would bo more
tires just to lest tho merits of the en
giucs, nnd tho agility of the company
members. One fire would destroy
more if it should start Ictwcin sev
enth and eighth streets, than half a
dozen engines and accoulcrmciits
would cost, and wo all know that an
"ounce of prevention is worth a pound
of cure," Tho city is now very poor
ly provided for, in case a fire should
get under any headway, and w - think
it would-be very wise in our city fa
thers to see that we are provided
with the proper means ot protection.
Our Hook & Ladder Company have
been very clhVicnl in putting out fires
so lar, but let fire get under head
way and our present rreans of pro
tection would bo far from ample.
What we now want, and need, is 'an
engine to work in conjunction with
our Hook it Ladder Company. Wc
would then be as well pioviflod foi
a any place of our size in the t-late,1
but as it is, there is not a town but
what is provided lor pro'ccli) from
fire better than our cwn. We ask
that this matter be attended to, an 1
let us have protection lor what prop
ly we now have. Ami.
irant, mile and son start for r.u
ro.e on the 17th C .nomh. U'ttXl'TXtt";.-
miMit earnor V mtomrr P' ". anuai-t .
Thnnlvlhin r. nirl ..1.1- r s-nr.
----v a ..vie ... (
j ihy of Dole .bom the above U Grant'.
rttus.l, m it is the first time on record I
iDat lie ever rcluscd anjihuig.
ITE.TJS FHOII MILL CREEK. .
Mill Crekk, Lane County, May S, 1877.
Ed. Goahd: Moon t Worthley will rt-
sume work at their mine in a short time.
They intend to tunnel, and when the rein or
lode is reached, expect to be at least eighty
feet below the surface. Heretofore they
have only prospected the rein at the tarface
for nearly one thousand feet, and everywhere
find good ore.. A great many old miner
have visited the mine and invariably say it is
silver rock. Gen. K L Applcgate visited
the mine on the 1st inst. and pronounced it
metallic oro and silver, or probably tin.
Therefore it is lafe to say that Lane county
can boast of one metallic ledge, and when
fully debcloped will be au honor to the
county and State. The parties who hold
intrest are Messrs. Cooper, James Cartwright,
Moon and Worthley, claiming twelve hun
dred and fifty feet. There ha been about
five thousand feet located by different parties
tO the presont time. To those who contem
plate prospecting this season, I will say this
vicinity offers good inducements to one versed
in prospecting, for there is copper, silver and
gold; of the latter I have fouud, and others
also, very rich float, which is good and con
clusive evidence that there is a rich lode or
vein not fur distant.
Jordcn 4 Holcomb are doing good work at
their saw mill.
Our new school house will be completed
soon, ready for the first school in the district.
Mr. McDcnnitt is making steady improve
ments on his ranch. Success to him in his
new enterprise. Sonoma.
Tho Oregonian says: A letter has
been received by a gentleman ot this
city, from a correspondent in New
York, who, a tew days ago, saw Mr.
Villard, of tho Oregon and California
Railroad, and was informed by him
that it is known that twenty-fiyo thou
sand people from the East will come
to Oregon this year. Mr. Villard is
giving personal attention to the mat
ter of directing emigration to Ore
gon, and his efforts are producing
excellent results. Tho full passenger
lists on tho steamers ot the Oregon
lino are a:i attestation of what is be
ing duno in this behalf.
Several Brinish steamers are Blay
ing here. Journal.
Upon seeing this startling an
nouncement we started out to inter
view thse "steamers" and nsceriain
whether they intended to permanent
ly locate "here," but after following
tho mill race and all its tributaries up
as far as tho ground was damp we
failed to find their tracks. Tho pile
driver is probably what misled the
Journal repor'cr.
IIaykm Dm. Tho conundrum,
"Who struck, Hilly Patterson?" that
has been so long wand -ring about the
country hunting an answer, has at
last been solved. Hayes give him
ono from tho shoulder, nnd Pat is
terrible mad about it '".ill yet."
Carr has commenced- a libel suit
against the aV. Chronicle tor con
necting his name wilh tho Pinney
defalcation, and says he will yet own
the Chronicle, as he has similar suits
enough to eat it up.
ItlAIIItll.D.
On the 0th hint., at the residence of Walter
. . - ;.. .1.'. I... !.... 1.1 r IT..--
Mel ornacK, in mis niy, or Ate, x. ncu-ih-rsnn,
K. A. McComack and Miss Anna
l'oimlexter.
Notice to Creditor.
In the mat erof the fstate of t
Kmx h tMITll,lreeavl I
NOTICE IS nErtEllY GIVES THAT THE.US
dei i,fiii-il low been duly Appointed by th
Loiinty Court ot Ine county, Oieicuu, Adminis
trator of the catnte of Kuucb. Muith, ileeeaaed. All
pet mini having chums Kiut sai l entatv are hereby
lequited topreaent them with the proper vouches
witliiu lx iii.nitha fruui the 'lute of this notice tome
nt my otll.'e, in l-uu-eue City, Lane County, I rej. n.
LeoKM City, May IS, IS77.
it 1). M. ItlSDOX. Administrator.
MUAT MARKET.
J. Handle, Proprietor.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND,
VR.VL,
rOKK and
' MUTTON.
POXITIVKLV NO ni.iiir,
S DEXTER STABLE.
Jas- Humphrey, - Poprietcr.
LlVtltV AXD PEED STABLE,
Willamette Street, : : Eugene City.
TEAMS AND BUGGIES AND SADDLE
HOUSES TO HIRE.
Horse boarded by the day, week or month
upon the most reasonable tonus.
May 12:tf
FITS EPILEPSY, '
on
FALLING SICKNESS
Permanently Cured nn humbHc-bj
one m Mill's na of Iir, (.uulard'a
rlebratr4 1 latllble Vil 1M drrm. lo
f.4iVav .udeivrs iu.t tt.M ptxr-tvoi will to ll we
rsia lor them, w will n-nj ibem by mail, poal
pam.a irre s rial bus. as Dr. OuuUu4 m
"mw ii..aiutUMir kauwinin thouauui.
r
w, u liv lxis.IJM.ar4 Wea fort! 09,
SlZlZ
tan v ltomtI
AOOreaa
rntM tsiit, Paoeisrs, X. y.
ALFKED ULEU
. Ha taken possession of th
Luckey Livery Stable,
- And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS. '
Horse fed and boarded by the week or day.
HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR HIRE.
Property for Sale.
LOWER FOR 8AI.E ABOUT TWENTY acre
jfi YuluuUe Uuil, directly opposite HpnngHelil,
jtno eouuty. Oregua. On the place there is bouse,
twin, vrehanl in Ijeuring, timothy meadow, etc., etc.
Call and look t the phi., I will dispose of It on
vihm) tei ma if Rtinlied for soon.
Aim, house apil lot in Kugene City, in one of the
Inst liHiitiuns for resiliences in the city. In regard
to town prop jrty, call on
O. B. DORRI8,
Engine,
Or F. B. MABO.V
bpringneld.
Hay 10.3m
Notice to Bridge Builders.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on the 30th day of May. 1877. at 1 P. M..
at the Court House door in Eugene City. Lane
county, Oregon, the contract for building a
bridge across the Coast Fork at Swajjifart fer.
ry on the' county road, in accordance with plans
and siecifications on tile in the office of the
l:ounty L lerk, will ho let at public out-ory to
the lowest responsible bidder. Ibe iMipenn
teudent reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. . A. JHA'lXiiEWS,
8uerintendent
DH. O'COMKOK,
SUHGEQH CHIROPODIST.
Cures CORNS, WAUT8, MOLES, BUNIONS and
liiiTwins TOE or CLCS NAILS
WITHOUT 'PAIN- OR ACHE,
No Acid or Injurious Chemical Used,
II EM I'. P RIGHT AWAY.
Cnn refer to some of the most eminent PIIY8I.
CIAN8 n1 KURUKONS of the United States
men that I hare done work for.
May 12:1m J03. NEFF, Affent
CONSUMPTION
Positively Curcil.
All fiifferers from this iliHesse thst are anxious to
twi'H shnul.l try Dr. Klssner1 C clebi
d CoiiMUmnllve I'owdem. These l'owders
ate the only preparation known that will cure Coil
niiipllon ioi.I ull iliwunes of tlKr'l hroflt and
l.ll tins- indeed, so strnu-r is our faith in them. and
Im to rouvinee ynu tluit they me no hnmliuit, we
m ill rorwiiifl to evei-y Hutleier, hy mail, post paid,
free Trial Hot.
We duu't wmit your money until yon aro perfectly
sntiHiiel ot their rio-ative poweis. If your lite is
wkUi mvin?, Hon t oeity in giving these row
derss t'lrtl. as they wii surely cui-e yoi.
l'i ii-e, for la: lu hux, S I 01), aent Ui any part of the
Unite I butes oi Ciuiudu uy mail nn receipt of price.
. AUUi-ess,
AH11 A KOBHIXS,
SCO Fcltjs Stkt.kt, VnOOKLTM, N. T,
KEIEKLE SALE.
Circuit Court, Lane county, Oregon. Levi
l.lmler, Kebecca Itotic-rtson, K. U. t'alllson,
G. V. Callison, Amanda McClure, Kate Mo
Aliihon nnd Chanty Demic, plaintiiTs,
vs.
R. JL CaI!i.on and John G. Cnllison, Win. L.
Lallunn, J nnchy (. aillson and Lucy I ullison.
minor hi ii-s of Wuu L. Cullison, deceased,
(lefenilunts.
IVTOTICK IS. HEREBY filVEN tliat by
Xl viitue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
the Rtute of Orcjnn, in snd for the county of
Lane, made at the April term thereof, A. D.
1877, 1 will sell st p.ililio miction, at the court
house door in tugene i ity, Oregon, on the
NINTH DAY OF JUNE, 1877,
Between the hours of 9 o'clock. A. U. aud 4 o'
clock P. 51. of said (lay, the following described
real nropertv, to-wit:
Lots Xiik. 2 nnj 3 in block No. 18, and the
west half of Lots Isoj. 2 and 3 in Block No. 13,
and 28 feet off of the west side of Lot No, 7 in
fractional block Nix 11 of Eupreno City, of
uuirfii a ui.iinbiu fcu xjuih? vouiuy, couimenc
111? At thft SlllltllWM4t. cmAr tt tif l.tf Vn 7
on Ninth street, thence east 28 feet, thence
north 80 feet to Public Square, thence west 28
feet, thence eouth 80 feet to place of beginning.
Terms of S.ile One-third cash, in gold coin
of the United States, and the balance on cred
it ol fouwiioutus. T. W. SHELTOX,
. Referee.
VTOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
J Larl Von Winzenrode has made applica
tiori to tho countv court of Lane countv. Dra
gon, to be aiiointed guardian of Frances H.
Blanding and Einma E. Blanding, non-resident
minors, nnd that the court has fixed the 28th
day of May, 1K77, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
court house in Eugene City, as the time and
place for hearing said application. Bv order of
JOSHUA J. WALTON,
County Judge.
f:rs.S.A.McCain&riss C. Conner
DRESS MAKING
AND
FANCY HAIR WORK of all Kinds.
WIGS, SWITCHES, BRAIDS,
WATCH GUARDS, BRACELETS, ETC.
M;u1e to order.
Corner Willamette and Tenth Streets.
apSSSm' EUGENE CITY.
Lane County
MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION
THIS ASSOCIATION nAS ON HAND
a large and varied assortment of FRESH
GOODS, and are receiving verv month new
supplies suited to this market.
Uooos are sola low and
AT ONE TRICK TO ALL !
And PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE HIGH
EST MARKET RATES.
(iive us a call before purchasing, as it is no
trouble to show good and give price. apl
BOOTS AXD SllOi:-CALIFOR-uia
hand and machine made Boot and
Shoe. A new lot direct from factory.
S. 1L FRIENDLY.
D
RY GOODS.
DRY GOODS.
1UY GOODS.
DRY GOODS.
DRY GOODS.
DRY GOODS.
DRY GOODS.
DRY GOODS.
Opening of
Spring Stock of
Dry Goods at
& H. FRIENDLY-S.
F
R IR RONS.
RIBBONS.
RIBBONS.
RIBBONS.
RIBBONS,
RIBBONS.
Lace, Embroideries,
Ribbons i Hi (hade,
Elging aad Iasmiusas
FRIENDLY'SL
PRIXTS-NEW DESIGNS OF STAX
dard bmuU at
FRIENDLrS.
OSflURN & CO'S
SEALKSS
DRUGS
CHEMICALS,
OILS,
PAINTS,
GLASS,
VARNISM8
PATENT MEEICrWTS, fa.
Brandies Wines and Liquorr
OP ALL KINDS.
In fact, we hare the best assortment of irtisl
1UUUU Ul
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.
f
We warrant all our druga, for they are new and
Fresh. Particular attention is called to our
Perfumery ai.vJ Toilet Articles.
A we have bought
OUR GOODS FOR CASH ,
We can compete with any establishment in lu-
geue i ity m price sou accommodation.
Buy your good where you can get
. the beet and cheapest. . ,
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hour of the day or night
OSBUUN & tc
Willamette Transportation and
Locks Company.
"VrOTIt'E.-THE FOLLOWING RATES
1 of Freight on Grain and Flour bar been
established by this company as the maximum
rate for one year from May lit, 1877, vii:
- rerton.
to Portland. . . .... .11 00
Oregon City
Butteville '
Champoeg
Dayton
Fairfield
Wheatland
Lincoln
Salem
Fob
Independence
Ankeny's Landing
lleuna Vista
Spring Hill
Albany
Corvalli
Peora
Monroe
Horrisbunr
175
V 175
1 00
too
" . J 50
" ISO
" t 50
" S 75
" , 1 T5
" t 00
:: 3o
" S 00
" J oo
" ' 150
" 150
" ........ 4 00
" 4 00
" 5 00
Eugene City
Grain and Flour shiorjed from the nnlnts
above mentioned direct to Astoria will b
charged H per ton additional.
The company will contract with parties who
desire it to transport Grain and Flour at above
rates for any specified time, not exceeding fir
years. 8. G. BEES,
Vice President W.T.tL Co.
Portland, April 28, 1877. . myfi 3m
Carding and Spinning.
BUSINESS CHANGE.
THE YARN MILL OF THIS CITY
lately run under the nam of Irvine k Co.
will in future be run under the name of Williaa
Skelton. 'laving rebuilt and enlarged the mill
I will now be able to supply all orders entrust
ed to my care. WM. SKELTON
Eugene, April 1G, 1877.
ASTOR HOUSE,
EUGENE CITY, : : OJtEGON
X. S. Dl'lSOIS, Proprietor.
Formerly of St. Charles Hotel, Ai&unr. ,
THIS HOUSE WILL HEREAFTER BI
conducted as a . ,
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
poll tiUNEU4L AIERCHANDI8B 0
T. C. HENDRICKS,
B. F. DORRIS.
To all who know them
selves indebted to me. I
have demands against
me which
MUST BE PAID,
and I cannot meet them
unless I can collect. If
you would save cost
come and settle without
delay, for
I MUST HAVE MONEY.
Jan. 6,1877. B. F. DORRIS.
8. STEINIIElSElt,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CEALEB IN
First-Class Family Groceries
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Notions, Crockery and Willow Wr
ALS3
FINE "WINES AXD LIQUORS
Tar medical aad iuury aaea.
Aad rrerythmj kw aaally kept ia rirat 0
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
I bf lean to ieform the eiticnu of F.nr
the aarroandiaf eoaatrr that I have fanlitwa to an
ebeaper tbaa aaf other baaaithw aid of fartka
- Fresh topplie received weeklj,
Of th very beat q,oa!HieaoI.t.
Xy aratto i
Small Profits and Quick Sales.
PlraM. call ud leant mj prtcn befor
elaavhara.
S. STEIXBEIslES.
WillametU 8treet. KojnMi- City. t
Ctwh Paid for Bseon ad Egg-
Goods Defivered to all Parts of the Cit)
FREE OF CHARGE.
For Sate at a Bargain I
THE NEW HOUSE AXD LOTS
rnrwr of lineoln pd Serenth 'trr...
Inquire o GEO. W. KILi,