The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, June 16, 1877, Image 2

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KUti KXtf CI IT. 0 ItKUON.
BATUItDAY. JUXJU lO. IS77.
, BUSINESS Matters of a personal
character charged for at regular adver
tising rates, to be paid Invariably In ad
vance. SPECI.1L SESSION OP THE LliCIS
LATCH K.
We do not hui)Obo that those who
aro agitating the fluotion of calling a
tpeuial hi'8nion of the Lcginluture havo .
tbo sighted exjit'ctaliini that any
thing of the kin l will bo done. The
question ot 0 tiling a constitutional
convention was really canvasaed
amoni the members at tl.e last session,
and found little or no support. . Tho
Bituuion of tho country has not been
materially changed since that lime
and it is not reasonable to suppose
that tho iii'tinii of thnt bodv would
be different from what it was then. ! 1(1 "omf i",ancc l,ie l't'"t-lUs of l'u,
Th r..,v..rnor u ouhl hav,. to assume I ll0 M 10 lroads mi-l.t be e.p.al to
that the members had changed their
opinions, or would do so at his dicta
tion, jion a subject brought to their
attelilhiu" when in session, and of
equal iinpoitanco then as now. A
ppeoial session of the Legislature- and
a constitutional convention would in
crease the indebtedness of tho Statu
least a hundred thousand dollars, and
to a people already restive- under the
wcightof taxation ,this would bo a seri
ous objection. To call such Kpecitd pes
ioii w mid in licato an asstimplion on
the pail of the Governor that the
Legislature would call a constitution
al convention; that tho convention
would adopt a constitution oufoi n -ing
in character ti) the provisions rec
ommended by those- who are urging
the mattor, and that the people would
ratify tho action of the convention.
No on would suspect tho Governor
of tho loly of calling such special
session merely to give the Legislators,
or the people, an opportunity to re
ject the proposition to strike Iron) our
Constitution those provisions which
prohibit the LegiMwure from loaning
the credit of the !St i!o or creating lia
bililies aggregating more than fifty
thousand dollars, mid to'bid counties
and municipal corporations 1 1 out rais
ing money lor, or lo .niiig their credit
to or iu aid of tiny company, corpo
ration, or association; the change of
the Coiir-tiiutioii in the particulars
named being tho only avowed pur
pose ol tfliuh special sersion.
We suppose really this talk of n
special session is only n method ol
agitating llie ipavllon ol auieiulinellla
ill the particulars named with a view
to educate popular sentiment in I'avi r
of the scheme iiy the time another
Legislature shall meet. It is only
with this understanding of it that we
deem il worth com hating, since a
wayfaring man, though not the most
intelligent, could see tho folly ot ex
pecting the Governor to mako such
call. It seems to us that there could
be no greater exhibition of lolly, with
the experience patent to our thscrva
tiou ol counties iin.l towns thiough-
OMt thu Western Slates, struggling
under a load ol debt incurred in aid
.of railroads and other public improve
ments; i icui red, too, under a prom
ise of benefits never to bu received,
than the removal of this barrier against
remorso'ess siteetllators and ollieial ,
corruption. In many instances couu-
ties and towns, through the disoo..-
SSty of Ollicials, or false and SpCIOUS
renresetitations ol intereated i,;irii,.s !
have granted aid fir beyond tho
amount uecessary to secure thu con
struction of the proposed road und
the surplus has gone to satisfy the
I I
avarico of. unprincipled schemers and
dishonest ollicials. Tho expensive
lawsuits that have growu out of the
efforts ol counties and municipal cor
porations to Irce thems. lv s from Un
burdens they have imposed upon
themselves, iu aid of railroads in
States where no constitutional inhi
Tuition exists, should certainly tench
US the value of such restrictions, and
tho evils f.oui which we have bct u
preserved. It may bo said that the!
privilege ol taxing themselves lor any
and all purposes may safely bo per
mitted to any community. ISut com
munitics, like indivhluals, olten act
rashly or unadvisedly from passion,
excitement or misapprehension ol ben
lormullK. It u lino ll.ry l-ar , .
,. . . ...
the Luillu ill alone th 118 illljiruvielctltly ill Kiv. the m-huppy youth an ii..orti.iiily to
imiiogfil, liul llu- miliorily ulioo.iiiMU.'i'vP,utanl refonn.
uflVr alike with ll.o n.aje.ritv ll.at imJ "ni""u ihe iUlm
, . " ! of lirf-K-on by couu:i.. jlie estimate were
COK0 Ihni-a bui'lhill. Iiut t-v-n if ! 1. i.- .v. i-i.. t,i.-
... i
wii.iuii vn i vijoii i-u sei uitii iiuno i -
houM mflir txc. tt by involuntary
...... . fl . , 3
: .i ri :. i .. .
'., .' . . 7 j
provide aMIIIKl Our OW'II lollim, VlltS
Ll. It IN IIIL' liai L III I1IIII1JII M IHtlli:.. Ill i 1
ml l anMions, mil cii'leavor in our '
i I- 1 . . .
llinru .lull .r.rnl,. A... I ..rh.t,.. .n j. ....... f m
.mw. w u..i.m hiiu 11 luvin iiioiiie-ue oai e- 1- -. i,..
a.huijtoB, 0,01 In;
to place naiiUaU ujiou iueiulcuceiToul, Hu,iuo.
w'K'n di'ilirc or pdssiofl shall podfC'S
Co,WtituU,,,..relWr,uc,l with,,,,
Oilier VICW tilUU to protect U)ll'Ol Ukn
agaiii4 thu oppressions and want of
forceight ot majorities and restrain
tho people la moments of excitement
whvii dazed by Utopian prospect, or
bfindod by, paesion, from doing per
manent injury to themselves. What
ever, pertains to government mint
ncccfixatily bu left to a majority ; but
commercial or pecuniary partnerships
v, ..i..r..u ".v-
government, nor ol thu
necessary
concerns ol government.
lie is a
iioor obsorvcr who has not learned
i . ,
how cany it is to create mggerated
ideas ot tho ne jessity and benefits of
-nterpnscs u ti.cn a commun ty
"lon 10 "V
Ceived they aro by tho specious reas
oning, glowing pictures ot future
prospirity in drawing w hioh sharpers
and adventurers are so well skilled.
the burthens imposed, bU such would j u,W, Lke county. A ue-nthman from Lake
be rare, while cases WOtlld be liumer-I view Is authority for tlit sfcittiuei.t, tL-t two
oum where through glittering induce- MoxUs cv.,;!..t up with a mm who w.-a
mcnts held out, out never to be real-
izedaud the thousand arts by which.
pul. lie opinion tan bu momentarily
iiifluniced and controlled, towns and
counties would load themselves with
debt to enrich heartless speculators,
or to aid enterprises well enough per
haps when not too dear.but whoss ben
efits would ber.r no preportiou to the
burdens itillicte 1, and where too ofi&i
tho people, would find their liberality
and public spirit h id simply rendered
tnem tim duped or serfs of soulless
coi orations who hail no intere.-t in tl e
ootiulry except to dnnv from it every
particle ot substance that buaincs.i
would bear.
To remove the rcslr'u tion from our
Legislature and allow them to "ii-ir
uiiliiii'lo l indel tt'ilnes or deal out
subsidies for any purposo whatever,
would be to surround that body with
an organised hand of h.diby ists, venal
speculators in legislation ready to ply
their calling in aid of any euteipiise,
the purposo of which was to ilu'.v
money from tho public trcusiuy. It
is idle to say we will only send ho.-est
men to the) Legislature. Thousands,
live end die! honest, alho world gons,
because leinptalion never beset their
virtue or surrounded them with op
portunities. ''Lead us not into temp.
tatiim " was the prayer ol Chikd hiio
sell, and hum in virtue is. not more "no
perv'.o H now than then. If y u
wo :ld lav vi honest public servants,
""i i ir.pi imoi w un auinoniy so
j ' tng-roua. so liaMe t.) abuso. Keep
l .1 . . . . ... i e. . ... I !
loin, anon out ol their iviiji so far a
the Into purpose.! ol govcmiaeiit will
permit, am! with the utmost vigilafice
and precaution human wrlue will too
often go down before th assaulta ol
vicious doirc that too otten, to a
gn ater or les-t extent, lurks in every
man's disposition:
O.d.Loid will soon L.M'?' An irn fonndary.
W'oik on the YVMi-n (Sull mill", Santiam, is
pMe-i'i'diiu vi iy favurnt'ly.
lli iiiy lSdiiii-i r, a " of si years fell into
the' river, r.t I'orllaud, Inst Saturday eveniiitf
mid vm drownetl.
V. A. Mi rii. i.-.ii, f,.ru',. rly Ftate Muter,
iX bti-u ai l'i'ilited Int. Il.al r.voLtio l'ollee:tor
for W'aila 'ulU li -t rie-t.
v van. ri.-i.l, t' yom nnn who foreil a
ie'. aul sol i it to Ksl A Co, of s.,h-m, w.w
iieiit.'.'iK'od t t'ie j. nit. uti.iry for euio year, lat
.iw,,ilMf0fttl,l,lt,m-ui,StUillP(
Ion !, w' Ic'i wn mi d in nJ.iiicton omitv,
that iiesevvu f-s-: h-;h, ul it . fair s.inple of
' lioieJ of t veiey re-i from whie'i it. w v cut.
Mrs. Vion xitel "vlrs. Van IVlt's vhii-kens
wUhaela!., and Mre. Van IVtt (vl'e I M'"
J'.riwii with a u-r oiid v 1, and ths H.-C'r-Ur
Ik lt. d Mr. Van 1VU wli.h worth eif
law, at Sa uu hi t wn'k".
.I.ilm Ioii;,hirty and 0!esrjre Thoni, two
boys, were air. at.'d at rortLmd this week for
highway robbery. These bow Wire sentenced
to tlte penite'iitiary two er three yeart ngo f r
bur :lary, and were pari 'le d liut on avcoiuit of
their youth.
llruwr's flour-mill, three miles fi-oni llil' i.
boro, w.-is totally d.treiye.1 by lire l:-t 'iid.y
nivliL Tho hws Is ,.Uiuat.'il at li,U of
which the State Invr .tmci'l Iiisutanivl'ei. held I
W.OeiO. Il is tho.tfc'M to La .' '" en the Woih of
an incendiary, at pieMiit unklio.vn. j
Twobn-hj-s n,-, Sclmlti nn.? OT.ii. u,
ea. h with tinny sundry alias, who hv u
oiralin, from the Sound to 1'ortland, ;nd ,
who rbkd the :ifi. of the X. 1. l It, IV, r. j
Kalaln a fer weehj a ;o, wi-rd captured in San ,
Fr.m -isiM a few d iv
idund -r r wven .1
BjM, and a jsirt of their
1!. 1. Sheaivr, tho crlj-jded forvr, was con-
; vie-'cl of the chv-.e iu the Sl.ito Circuit Court,
la ,Vn0lln t,,n ro1'"'-"'
and Ki'titem-ed to
i....-.r it x
years lu tae I'.-tittenti.irr.
. . , . s, m . t ,luni. r ... ,;,rli
'
.viap i i nK ii, w,ue,i'; laesnmiw, p,i-.v; i mi- i
"',KVi v l.i.v; -
Carry. I.Wrt; Dotihes, H.ftW; Crai.t, 4.i;
'
J - ckoem, ,.M; a..-!Miiiie. l.w.i; ijine, lii.t-M;
Linn, tl,'h LAe, 1..' "; Valnt, W,'vf);
.... v ( a. -. . .
M"itomah, n." F..'.':. b,im; i'ii;m..k,
!'"; I'm..'..!! , .'".V; CY.ion. C,0M; HVm, 1,-
' ' ......
Yamhill, C.UKX ,
j
A piece of wood, hurled from ft rovolvhij,'
W--Hmiih 1 -' J''rt'?J'
i". 7 ".. ''""' " ""Mil, It At home, .1,. txieuiii.e,, tl.e bottle lialf
I Mundajr. The ininde wa projects! with furee !
and immediately knocked the man Knaelut.
The injuries he received are painful ulthou.-h it
U hnjied not dangoruu.
The belt broke at the Tecoma saw nilll lout
week, and eLrikiu Lnsniiiu named Iaaac
Fredih'Wn, knocking Liu ftgaliut the circular
aw, which tore ita way in a moat hcirrible
b-.r.o elmn to the cavity of hu client Hit re -
covery u very iiiiiirulwlde.
f r i. r. it II ,.
-Mr. '.C.GmwoM,a0'i.m.twhoni a.iit was
. urouu'lit l.y tlie Uovimmcnt of the Un U;d
States a short timj a:,-o fur ?I0,IKK), waa arrett
ed at .Sah m on Mn.tay liwt, to insure hw ap-
: .. Al... - ... - - - i 1 tl
, , tlo ' . , ,
. gave bon is in the sura of ?t0,0f) fi r hinap-
, trance. His securities an John 1 Miller
; and Xshel Bush, of Salem.
A Chinaman was recently killed by the
caving of a tunni 1 at Fort Sumpter mine,
Grant conn'y, and the local pajnr ."obituaries"
him tini.-ly :
"On.j more unfortunate gone to Lis Jom.
Pour, will, lon hairwl reckless ci:as,
Hercaf ti-r he won't net il any Ims ;
Xj cards, few team, darned little fuss.
A fieU'lidi and mt ntmctous attempt at
nml-r w"" 1,1 1 'e a slmrt time a'o near LVp
v.. ,.,, , ' , ,.
him dviouiftd LLi nvneyi He, hr.ikina upon
the demand in the li,,ht of a joke, refund to
comply, whereupon the ruKiuns rbbd Lim,
and one of the two, drawin,,' a lar,' knife,
drew it aeroM the.mau's tMmtt, then taking
the hand of horses th-ir victim drive, they es
cape'!. Foitunat.'ly some, gentleman who
pav,d five day-i sii iuett to the crh.io, eaw
the man, whn w. yet Uv'c;;, tm the wuald be
Hiiirdi ri-rs only severed llu windpijie, without
tl-) jugular or any lar-e v.-in. Lr. rattt rson
w.u hUiniiiiT.".!, who jjitve It as his opinion that
the mun's l'f full be paved with careful treat
ment and yitd iiuraiiy.
V,o barn from a reliable source, say.i the
.Mo:mt i:n Seiitiiiel, an 1 one whi-h we cannot
doubt, cirowuitiino.-s which t- ndi to -;how that
revolto: tr.ije.ly hae been committed. Un
the il'.iue) the almost nae t ody cf a
dea lrniu w.u diecovcre 1 upon the I'lus Noiua
tiim. Tin b'dv.wai Levied, to a tree, lit
La 1.I1 ti.-d behind liim, Lis throat cut fr.in ear
to car, an I b-'.h ear cut oif at.d '(.iuned to the
tiee above Lis ht;l. The body bore marks
uiii it, as if it had been whipped with a oat-o'-iimi.'
t ul., ami wan far advam.vd in a State of
putrefaction. ( hwe bi-.-ide were piintu of a
ihihl lion-, riiitu d to tlie tive w:n a pit-c-J of
papfr on w hich iim t'liin:,' L.id lsen written,
bat the wvltiujWiXH'i ibliterat.d that no infor
mation could be gained from it. These were
all tl.e evidences lhat coi.ld ho foimd. Neth
in' whatever could be fuiu 1 to identtfy who
ho viis. Kverythin;; coiiiu-cted goes to ehow
that, a diie revenue h?.n taken, and a n.rt
hor'il'ic but.'heiy t'.imuiitte l. We nmy be
able to give ur no ili'inito iuforiualion iu our
next.
TLiirsday of In -t v.isd;, a man named Veachy
arrived at the Ihdh'n. lie live-d about 7"i lui'.es
from that place, Mid arrived on horseback.
Alt rpari hai in,; a va;;on, hsrness itrd ahorse,
Veaciiy starte-d to r tutu home on the follow
ing day. Ife h id on a pa.tial li a.i of haul r,
a coop hl'ud with fowls, and some other tt.iu.v.
When he reached a ranch aboat 15 miles from
his homs, he stop-Ksl to yet some tiling to eat
and to allow Lis team to rvt The rson
lie ii.,' en the ranch advied Veachy to I--maai
ail ni ;U at his pl.ie", as it w its then l.iie in the
aft. in. n tmt Veacliy s.iid he wouhl puth on
and reach Lome that r.ig'ut Sin after he
hit.-l. ! up bis torn Htm starteiL Iu a Unit an
hour nf!er his di pi.rtuie from the ranch, a pe l
dh r, who had ls stopped there to Like dinner,
left, pth( In the same direetion. I'ome lailes
away finiu the ranch, between Cow canyon
and Willow creek, tiie peddler auw Veachy's
w'aou st -Hiding some els. t'.ue-e ficm the road
J lei also saw one horse pi.-krtttl near the wajon,
Veachy's cloak, or t.vercnit, thrown across the
liimlii-r, but saw u thini,' of the limn. Think
ing bu Lud e':m:pet out, the iedihr parsed
uloiij' and gave the matter no further thought.
This was l.vt Saturday afternoon. Tuesday of
the present wvrk, the. js-eivller returned the
same way, and w:m surprised to see the Warfoii
anil horse staudins Jut where they were when
ho came aloiuf several days before. V1ien he
riachi'd the ranch uu utioned, he inked the man
who Veai hy was and where lie lived. Onlx-iiy
inf a iiied, lie e iprM'd considerable surprise,
and told the r-tm !n r what lu had seen. This
person said there- wire'ly iaut be a mistake; that
Ve'achy hut certainly tuie l.e'ine, and that the
pedilL r was nii.-tal.rn ul-ii. ti.e w.i'oii and
team. Hut he was p.-iux !y a-si;ad that such
was the fact. To satisfy himself, the rancher
aevoiu.dne,l the m m .to the plan-, aad sure
enough found the t tiicre I, animal and wa;,-on
till there. IU re-tunie-d, aud hastily sum
montiitf aeventl of Lis neihlsirs, instituted
sear -lu On exaiuiuiuj the ground iu the iui
mi di.it vaeinity, the tracks of three horses
were discovered leading away from the ait.
'Uee'loilt w'.4 li!l tio re, an.l llie" cliu WeU",
but iMie hoisv and the saddle and bridle wh'edi
Veavhy h.e.1 were both UiuTiir. When our ill
foimanls lel't, a party was eiied in scorning
too voiititry in every dimtien s.-arehin f-.r
ti.u-. e.f tin; missing man. Up to that timo
not',iin:; had bis.n liisce.urcd which tended to
throw lip-ht on the Lie ju rioas nir. Tl.e -en-
"al imj r. i n prevails that Veachy has luftn
i'o'dy de;!l w.lh, an 1 all t'u e-ircuut-iiiccs
v" '" ' ''.a;:vbdity t.. that auppev.
,;'''- T...ms nt.d the st4;- tl,4 p',.,,.0
li;.v 1,1,1 M ll" re we'e ro many eam;crs scat-
tcre.l ahci r ;l0 mad, u p.irtii! ;r n..tiix was
u)" " t''-"1- e thought evf the cir-
cum-V.iuo, until pul lie attetiti. u was rail, d to
it. in a tew .lays m,
bo kuoVIl of t; e al'.iir.
l.in more detiuite ill
The Mure Ulinrs.
"Tl.e inn. te.-ntli eviiturv K the ape of n--el,"
reui.ii k a lii.iary hisi.ui.in, -he mi,dit
li.i.e S'l U.l with e. ..il truth. "ud not el uu.-
.tl n" ,s..i iie-l I .'!:!, ii.-- bio- niHr.-.l iitf
on us fur n..he letiu. lie i t, ti e folios of de
votion 4 r its ts,ii,-,', an.) Hreii!:iti ii f r
s.i Ui-', until ( a-kaiit at t. i v !i w r
K4l or ti.ln ;, slid to all si-. Mi.'ii of u. l t, ill
vieri.il.ly ru-laiiu, "l'e it !" In brief. Satsn
l.a, n.... e bi,uU M e.ini,'i.r,.ut, thnt we
i , r ;,i cinrn loot eryli, ie-eeen in a j
. - o...eo, ..a ,.u, i.y ii.-umv- .
r. - d., - .lo 01w tut you -mld deny ler
:J ,,, Ut it ,,ur,...W.tf I,,,,
tl'i - i thello'..l,n Me.iie.il li.-.-fry.
m . . .. w ... . . i . .. wi, irniiurs
rrfii-t l4-
ry. 1 be one
.Mtr t 'A in tt. v.tv i-Hm.t.d nunurr in
vhich Mr. l-vl. u.i.,l.t Ins i;v.t..l to j i.r-
, I.hmi. l.i!t, TV ti. 1 ..I. r 1 ic n . u .1.
".N.i. leii.li.s" ..!i u.i, ,U :,r. u.v, f.i ei.i;i,t
would bath result of ivrikul hh-ikuc,
' while hen would be founded on what a cerUin
uii iiibly, ' taU of iu o.nti -lit, tub tl.i
irtwiiljd dxe muro carefully, ami then n
m1 to watuh the remilt with aa much aniextjr
a a nraotitionei would count the neilae-beat of
a dyinif nian. She taken another done, an'l
another, and aliowi the buttle to her frinnrlii.
telhnu them ishe "feela better." Her kia loeea
iU bilious tint, her eye regain their liiHtre, her
aociistnined energy mtiirnH, and the fact that
I r"!pcu"f, another buttle in a aure ituens
1 The lady windy h-solvm thi.t in the future her
climate if jinv nidti.-itie will i baed vxm i
jierinumi auuwiuiie 01 in eiteutii, nil. not upon
Uat some Ki.eti tinner (who aW, niuk.
:!.' bil! rvme wit i i.illt.1. m.iv hv .,( it. Dr.
I'li-we is in nct il't of htlm fnmi hiiii.lrnls of
th larvest wholu-ide Ull.l retail elriifi.U in the
I'nited States tatin thivt at the prevx-ut time
tlierH is a greater demand for tn CoLli n Mmti-
cal Iliscovery and l'ur0-itive iVllets than ever
before. Iu affections of the liver and blood
they are unsurpassed.
FIREMAN'S
T IV I.
EXGENE CITY
HOOK and LADDER Co Ho I
WILL CIVK A
GRAND BALL
AT THE
COUNT HOUSE .
Weinctiiaj Evening, Jul7 4th, 1377.
COMMITTEE OF AIUIAXGEMENT3 :
J. T. Witter, Mat flendrieks,
Lon. Cleaver, John O'Urien,
Geo. 8. KincaieL
COMMITTEE OS INVITATION :
CL'GENC
T. O. Hendricks,
I. 1. t'nderwood,
Jus. Mct'laren,
8. ir. rriendl7,
T. M. Thompson,
C. SV. fitclu
JUNCTION CITT.
E. Henchrson, Tom. MilHrcn,
James l!rsticl h
nAinasHiiiu.
0. P. Tompkins, J. 0. Sender!,
. Damon mith.
Bl'iUNCFIEl.D.
Wm. Walker, John Kelly, Jr.
COTTAUE GROVE.
David Underwood.
WILLAMEITK FOKKH.
JohnVnndyni, - Jasper Wilkir.3.
REOJUTION COMMITTEE:
C. ('. Croner, - J. II. Iveain,
li. J. le-t'lanahan,
(ieo. W. Kin-i-T,
. Otfdwi.
U. h. Kiuei.nl.
I'LOOlt ?JANA(;EIIS: .
I.on. Cleaver, J. N. IVindexter,
G. W. 1 letcher, John O'JJiim,
We:-. W alu n.
Everybody ij cordially invited ta attend.
TICKETS, ludmlias Siijiper, 3 03.
I5cst of music will be furnished for the to
eie.iion.
- 5 ; t..
ssA-Wi'!-,: TV'
GRAND
ANNIVERSARY
OF
American Indepeneance
AT
Citizens of Lane and adjoiuiug ceuuties
Cordially Invited to Participate.
All safeties nnd orders are SPECIALLY
iuvited to join in the procvsMou.
FKOM '
-
Skinner's Butte
In the evening nnd.r the ;ipervLion of skillful
maii-vem.
I'rv-ramiue next weiV.
3. J. WALTON. Jr.,
T. G. HKUDulChl.-i,
lIOl.Klii' r AO AN.
F. M. coli:.ux,
c. mm
Fourth of July Ball.
CHARLES LANE
WILL CIVK A.
GRAND' BALL
AT HIS HALL ON THE EVEXNG
Of
FLOOR MANAGERS
A. Flew. n. X. Crein,
A. Gold-mith, J.ium Vtt,
Wm. Vi'air.
Th best of music. Fin wij-per to be,
givta at 0 HilL Hot cuIIm all uiht. J
nn ii
I T I
HI
It
1877.
mum
101ST
Bethesda Springs,
SITUATED OX THE MiK ENIK, four
and ow-li.ilf niih j from tho Muravuie bridge i
aixty mile-it cut of Jiujcne City,. Ogn. Ourea
dioeanee urUiug from imprudence, habita of dis
sipation, etc. Dr. A. N. Foley ha erected
a lar'e bath noue, a KWeut limine, aim a mi
iinr ii.Mil. U.d board ran bo had. I have a
pood lady cook. 1 bin alo prepared to adiniu-
lrier wuaicver intniciue lit uecensary.
Good grata can be had a short eiistance from
here.
Mr. Powers, mail carrier, rims a hack from
Eiij.'1-ne t.'ity to these springs whenever he can
get paweiier. Charr are njinhrute.
June t'th, 1377.
K i- o-,'o .-fii", tssv . u - ...v ....
ililC .''.IW J.hII i',, new ufll takiMT I limruiS
4 . 1 ..... ..,.... .. .iJ??VlT
Falleul (he litnn-. Outhe MiwiiU'lianaiOtf li.wton
l.M.t. 1 il '. (I,il('u Pie ket. Vi him jlouiitaitu. NiaiN
ki Kails, Ni'(ioit, Jai'.itoj'i, V'nv n Vesta, lieut.
rue.tauw Stoiui. Aiu-cican 'ruit. I'ier at (JeUis,
fa uu on tlii- Uni.ul; utsu, brilli ut Ox II Ohrumus,
on ubiek or white mounts, floral luisine'souos.sun
rtay lio.il rsnls, stutusrr, mottoes, blw-k (irounJ
tiuneis: a so. Iianit-s un i sire-au' suprues at very
isjttom pi iren. Put tieuhirs litffl. Illii.-.r.n,tive Gtta-
boie on mrint ot stnnin. thai for ti UO outtit,
J. l.AIHAM St CO.. 4IU WahlmiKton st. Boslein,
beu'lquuiUis Ijr toie-igu una Auieacnn Ciiroraos,
A CA.KD.
To all who are suffering from the errors nnd
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, &c, I
w ill send a recipe that will cure you, l'KEE
OF ClIAltUE. This (treat remedy was dis
cover d by a miv;ionary in Kout'i America.
Send a telf-aildreaaed letter to the I'ZV. JoaEPU
T. Ismas, Station D, Eiblu House, Xew York.
ALFUED ULEV
Has tikcn osscsslon of tl.e
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry oa ft
GESEKAL LIVKKY BUSINESS.
Horses fed and boarded by tlii veek cr day.
HOitF.4 AND EUOCIESFor. il.UIE.
Property for Sale.
T OlFTW FOR HAT.K Aliorf TWKXTT tvre
X ot r il'trii lr inn 1, tin t-t-rly opjpifsite rjirint!vl 1.
Irfn i'(tiii!y. thrvi-n. the e t ii" e in i-uu
Ni'D, t, r i'h it 1 11 t.r-.inn, tiniulhy lufn-Uiw, trt'.,t'l:
Cull umi UH,k nt t)ir I't.-'-e, I will dipor:e ul it un
Alrt'( Ih'timc tiit lut m Kei'Tie City, in onu of the
irt!r lixatn tut tm rt-fi u n. fa iutlsi'ity. in icgnl
0. B. DOS HIS,
Or T. B. MAso,
hp:iUirttrM,
Miy 1n,3rn
ATOTIt'E Im HEIiEI'.V OIVEN THAT
11 Carl V'-.l V. i.-fy..T.vo-le h:s rawle applii-a-tiiin
to tha cor.r.ty court of i.vie eoitnfy, Vn
,wn, to I-? fj'jwinted i;onr.:i.in of Franees H,
.!.iri.iin-t tm I J.-ninn K blandini, non-resiili-iit
minor:', Hti-I t'i.t the dent lias fi.eed ths L-"lh
ilay of :i.iv. 1-HJ7, t I'loVloek A. M., at the
court hou e in F.egi-ne City, a.e the time and
place for hearirrt --.iid np'dication. hv order of
.ti kii l : i i -u- l i'nv
t'ountv Juil"e,
.mis
is uii:hrey, - Proprietor.
MV1SY A. FK3 STABLE,
v ilhi:u tte Stnvt, : : . Eiins City.
TEAM:i AM) l TOO IF. 3 AND U)ILE
. Hor.sEi to muiv
Iboi-e t K'r.tiif-1 by the day, week or month
upon toe ifto.,t re .... .l ie t. ruis,
-A i .. i'.'uf
1)
iiKY CC-OPS.
Opening nf
Spritij,' Stock of
Goods .-.t
l)i;Y t;i - l -:S.
nhY (;i t' i s.
IKY (it-i.t'S.
I'KY cm tM.
i::y (,i oiis.
DiiYGOOUS. . f. H. FKISNDLY'8.
XUf lo C'rcUiJors.
.
In His mat eref tae rui-ite of '
.noi-h Smith, tl.i-eiiiKil
VCTICB IS BKHKHY lilVKS 1 7TAT tnECX-
Is .l'i(ii'D(.l Kks I eifl; .In jr Hplmiiitc.i Iiy the
t ..nnly ('..lot ;t Ijh.c ...auty, (),tr.;n, A iiuini.
trutur i.f tl.-e-t.ita t.t Kin U hn.itli, l;el:ul. All
i'iiu.ti li'ur.e 1 Kiirr.s ;n;n.n..t h.:i i tai.Kp hih hiH-i-y
uinovl to -'erfiir tlii-Li wit!. tu t.7vr votieiie.s
willim nf x n. n! I it un tfco ii. -.te ol tiii uollee to me
st my 1. It, e, m l-u.-eni- fit), Laue-Couuty, Oregon.
lui.i.si. Cm, .Mi.y Ii, );;.
It h. M. KISUOX. Adininistnitor.
KVU.il t on SALE.
4 WELL IMFIIOVKI) FARM OF three
1 V. hlltli'rr-il anil Mivfe-s,.r.4 litll M n...l....
cultivation; all tinder t-me and th. imnrove-
luents in jjiskJ order, whie-h wc vi'l p.-II at a
);ir ;illi ut.il nn ,...1 1. a.
Situated five mile mirth of town, nnd bus a
Sl oiitrau, e for stk. A.jdy at this oiiie-c.
W00L!W00L!!
Richest f.2rkst Price fcr Wco! !
rpirosK h.vvinc nvilto sell win
A lile-:tne ea'.i on the llude-r-ineiL A.lvane.
made- ou the satue if elesii c.L
A. GOLDSMITH.
-umivennPinin.-Ai on
Ainvno t'Oiyns vjo
ji.l ji..jo nt i;y ej y-.jvd-.d ,ea ur
iito.id u :r n : n fi s v 1 1 1 j. v k
Q R IK K U I I-.V I kul kit p un a f ullof
& PROVISIONS
And invite the attention of hnur-plceepers.
T. G. HE.M-ktl.
'K3
lyiU YlH-XLWDLSIelN.S l-F bT-VN-
JL
iIjj.1 uiau.il at
FRIF.NPLYV.
.Tin:
Ecpi: 8 Guard,
.Ncwtpaprr,
Co-jk iiJ
Jab orncp,
VrCLuuette St.,
Eugene City, Or.
1
'! C "
j 5-
...-.
NET ?U? ST0JE N WILL1M,
etoo btrect, ncarNinth.
Ti V f ta u '
DULG3,
CHEMICALS,
OILS,
FAINTS,
GLAS.'?,
VARNIsniS
PATETJT HEEICIBESfte;
Brandies. Vines and Liquorf
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortment of atHaW
fouml in mmmmm
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3T0RB. ' '
.. """'"" or en "bs, ior uiey are new axl
Iresh. Particular attention ia cailad w i
Stock of
Perfumery ar.u Toilet Articles. '
As we have bought
OUR GOODS FOR CASH
We can cmrpete with any establishment in lu-
6..v v iu ym-o ran accommtxlation.
LU7 your foods where you can get
the best and cheapest
PKESCEiraON3 CAREFULLY FILLEli'
ii .11 t . .'- mw
a au uoura oi tlie day or night
OSIJUKN & to
Wiiiaisclie Transpcrtation
Locks Ccmpany.
and
XrOTICE.-TH FOLLOWING RATE3
.Ll of i'rel-'ht; nn tlrnln nnA k 1.
estiiliiiohe.l by tins comiiiny as the maximum
ear irom iuay jst, 1077, vi
T l -
oitj-u i iijr to fortlanel
liutteville " '
Chanipocg "
Dayton " "
Kaufiedd "
Wheatland " "
Lincoln " "
Snlcrn " "
Eola "
independence " "
Ankcny'a Landing " "
iteuna Vista "
Spring Hill
.Albany "
Corvaiiis " ' "
l'eora "
.Monroe " "
t tiini..bur - " "
.$100
. 175
. 175
. 2 00
. 2 0
. 2 50
,. 2 60
. 2 50
.. 2 75
.. 2 75
.. S 00
.. 3 00
..300
.800
,. 3 50.
.. 3 50
.. 4 00
,. 4 00
Lr.;,' n City
6 00
Oram nml Tinnr aIu'imu..! fwm u. .
above mentioned direct to Astoria will bt
charged f 1 per ton adi'iitiimnL
The comiuny will contract with parties who
desire it to irimjiKrt (ir ain nml Vlmi at bI.s
rates for any specified time, not exceedine fir.
ymn- S. G. UEE0,
V inn l I J 1 lir m a r A.
Fortlnnd, Aim-iI IV, 1,-177. my63nr
HAnDViASE, and STEEL"
IIhJjh, .Spokes, (Ims,
Cak, Ash and Ukhcrj PlanK.
nortiiui p 4 Thompson,
rori 1 LAND, . . - . OREOoV
"j 1 wm iiuuoi:,
EUOENE CITY, : : OJ1EGON
Formerly of Sr. Cu.uaiy Kotil, Albakt. "
rpur house yill u fj! eaitbk be
JL coiidu"teel as a
FiiihiT CLASS HOTEL.
T. C. HSKDRICK8,:""-
o. f. ooeeis.
To all who know them
selves indebted tn mp. t
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 HONEY.
Jan. 6, 1877. B. F. DOPRIS.
WHOLESALE AND lttTAIL DEALER IS
First-Class Pamily Groceries
CIGARS AND TOBACCO, ' -
Kotisas, Crcctery and Pillow Wan .
ALsi :
FIXE WIX13 ,XD LIQUORS
Tat melieal and amilj aaea.
And ererrthmg else owllr kept in a Fint Claw
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
I bev leave tn inform V. miImm f . A
the urroBB.:u. .tMint-T tl.al I Lave farilities to l
Uiearr ll.B uj bilier huuae Hum mid el farUaBil
reh ui.heai received aJetkly,
OiCTerybutqTuIitiMoxLT., ' ; ;
My motto ia
Simll Profits acd Quick Sales.
Pleaw mil anJ Wars bit pricoa befun parchaainf
elaealieia.
S. STEINHEISER, " '
Willamette PtreU Eoirrr. Cilf. .
Caah I'ai.l
Goods Delivered to all Parts of the Citj
r u r, t v v L iiA KUK.
HSITIMS CARDS Tery t- fh
i.ripn rirrrrm.
IOg EUENA VISTA STOXK WARE
T. (r. HENDRICKS
IOOT.i AND K1ICES-CAUF0R-uia
baa I and nuri.ine ma.tr Rota and)
Moe A new kit direct fnem Iwtm.
I &.JL FKLENDLY