The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, June 16, 1877, Image 3

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HoTics. Rlmple announnemrnta at birth, mar-
rmipiuu uaituw win us iiuwivwi without charfe.
Obituary notices will ln clung! fur at urn rate ol lu
eeoii pur nue.
JVeaMununomrrjnaibilitjr fur Turn expreaaed
mj ourrvaiiuuivuM.
tfingle oopinof the Ouasn, In wrappers fur null
l, uutjr U) obuiined at tun ottiee.
CITY m CQiOTY.
Local oto. '
c n 'm . .
ansa niaggio uiny is Tuning inenus in
Portland, where she will remain fur a few
week.
W. G. Douglas and family returned to tliid
city yesterday, and will remain about thrtc
months. -Yesterday
Wm. Christian unset with
load of luuibor as he wo coming from Dunn's
ww null
The fighting season has begun on Long
Tom. The first fight of the season came oil
laat Sunday.
A full line of school books and stationary;
sUao first-class groceries at It, G. Callison's,
met of Willamette ami Ninth at reels.
Mr. J. G. Gray returned yesterday from
Portland, where lie has been attending the
meeting of the Grand Lodge, A. F. ft A. M
The buggy that was lost in the river hat
Week, was found Thursday by some small
"boys, who got it out and received twenty dol
lars for their trouble. , ( .
We are indebted, to J. Ilonry Brown, Sec
retary of the Oregon Pioneer Association,
for the proceedings of the fourth annual re
union of that Association. The address was
delivered by Judge Boise, aud a poem by E.
Eberhard.
The team of Z. T. Fi.sk, of the Fern Ridgu,
ran away on Saturday last. After running a
mile or more they swung around tho "circle"
and crossed an old bridge on Cayote Creek
n the run, diatribating tho wagon promiscu
ously, and closed the scene without serious
damage to the horses. Tho wagon, however,
is among the things that were.
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BlaCKBERRIBS. The first blackberries of
the season made their appearance in the
market yesterday.
CAMFMEEriXG. Tho caiiipineeting near
Goshen closed last Monday. We learn that
there was a very Large attendance.
StoNK WoKK. G. Uiekuthiro has fitted
op a shop on Eighth street, fur the manufac
ture of stoue fire-places, hearth-stoucj, etc.
Machinist. Mr. Montgomery, a machin
ist, lias located in this city, and will soon be
prepared to repair all kinds of farm machin
ery. Grand Ball. We call attention to the
AdVertisemont of Charley Lane, in auother
column. He knows juit how to got up a
boll or an entertainment in shape.
Imphovkmuxts. The residences of W.
Shauaon aud B. 0. Van Houteu aro nearly
(Completed, and add very much to tho appear
smce of the northwest part of town.
Tjhipkbascb. There was a grand temper
ance rally tU, the Christian church last Mon
day evening. There was a good house, and
peakinj, singing, etc., were the exorcise of
the evening.
Sewing Machines. Mr. Win. Killing!
worth is agent for Wheeler & Wilson's sew
ing machines, and is offering them at greatly
reduced prices from former, rates, also a full
line of groceries at the lowest living prices.
Opera Troupe. The Jeuuio Winston
Opera Troupe performed at Line's Hill
Thursday and Friday eveniugs to fcir audi
ences. This is the best company that has
Ter visited this place, and is well worthy
tLe patronage of the pleasiiro-stt king public.
LECTURE. Prof. Kdmnnds lectured on
"Liberalism" ou Wednesday evening at Co
Court House, aud Thursday evening at Co
hen. He lectures here iiaiu to-. lay at 11
o'clock, and this evening at half : ev-veii ;
also to-inori jw bt the caiay hours,aiid Monday
evening.
FocrfTH of July Ball. By reference to
our advertising columns, it will.be risen that
She Hook & Ladder Company will give a
ball at the Court llonso cn tho evening of
the fourth. The names cf the managers
is a sufficient guarantee that it will by an
enjoyable affair.
Ren away. Ou Wednesday a team belong'
Sug to Mr. Sid. Horn became fn;;iiteiied by
the whistle at Kinsey's planing mills, broke
sooae and ran away. After ruuniii'' a'jout a
' Vails, they ran against some objLruotion,
wrecking the wagou, aud demolishing a lot of
MW furniture.
FtM Work. The SuLin pajwrs are brag
ging about a work-box made by a convict iu
the Penitentiary, but Mr. J. It Beam hu
jast completed a cabinet for Dr. Frank WeLsh,
'which, for beauty of finish, convenient ar
rangement and excellence of 'wotkrnamdiip,
slisooants any Penitentiary work.
DEES8 Making. We learn that Miss Km.
Benedict, formerly of this city,has estab
lished herself in the dress making and mil
linery business at Junction, wilb Mus Mag
gie Culton, anil they are giving the fair of
that city "tits." They are finished artistes
ad will not fail to give satisfaction.
Light. Eugene is asauuriug city syrs.
Ws now have three street lamps on Wika
taetto street one at Rankin's, corner of
WilLunmette and Seventh ; one at Hen
dricks, corner of W ilhunette and Ninth ; and
one st Friendly s, corner of WUhiiaeUe and
Tenth. These hunt were erecUd by the
residents adjacent to these comers, and are
Righted by the city.
A Veeiji Hog. Some months ago
tome wild bogs made an onslaught upon the
sheep of Mr. Osmit, of Sinalaw, add Mr. O.
ought satisfaction by making a raid upon
fh bogs. While his dogs were Laying one
of tbenij the bog stro-.k at the dg with his
task (ha bad bat one left) and droTe it through
X-iach aak grub sad left more than fire
(chat of touts sticking La the grub.
Didn't Pav. One of our entcrurising
citizens yesterday started the baud organ
business iu opposition to a trainp. He work
ed bonier, , and his instrument made more,
and iuita as hideous a noise.- When they
got through hu had done idl the work and
the tramp had all tho money. This is
another cvideuce of the perversity of our
peoplo in not encouraging homo enterprise,
and recognizing native taleut
Seresauk. We were complimented, by a
serenade ou Wtdutiday t veiling, aud got up
to acknowledge the compliment, but tho
lump hud skulked into a corner aud the
matches gone ou a bender, and wliilo prowl
ing around iu the dark iu quest of tho fugi
tives, performed aundry iruliatio feats
that would have oatoiiiehcjl a circus clown,
we huuled.off iu di.-giiat for repairs, and to
dream of prize-lighters aud kicking mule.
But tho gentlemen will accept our t .av.iks all
t .e same.
Celebration on the .IKKeusle.
Camp CitniK, Juno 13th, 1877.
F.D. ClWRU Tho citizen of Caini) Creek
and McMciuie met at tho Grange Hall : Mr.
Goo. Millie. was chosen President; T. J.
Duuten, Secretary, and G. B. Haiamorsly,
Assistant Secretary. Moved and curicd
that wo celebrate tho Fourth of July, 1877,
at the spring near Whiteuker's orchard, on
the McUm-to.
Cotin.iiUeo of Arranqemeuts : G. R.
IlammerJy, Joi. McLean, Elmore Davis,
Mrs. 11 McLean, and Mrs. N. Davk
Movcnl and uiiaiiiinuUHiy carried that the
Committoo bo rotiiesicd to invito Hon.
K L.' Aiiulcrtto to d .'liver the Uratii.n.
MovcJ and carried that Mrs. ItHlury Scott
bo requested to read the Declaration of In
dependence. Mr. William lYumiiuon wis
chosen Chief Marshal. Tho Committee
made tho following arrangements : Tiiat the
peoplo of Sp'.-ingiUld a:id Mohawk be invit
ed to joiii with in in a Pick -nick Cricbration,
at the above named places, and that all be
re.speetfmy invited to bring with them their
baskets loaded with gimd thingi. Rev.
Jacob Gille.-piu was chii .eii Chaplian.
Adjourned, tiubject to call of the Chair
man. T.'J. Duntbn. Sjc'v.
G. R. Ilainmoi sly, Ass't Sec'y.
uop-sicowi:us .mcuTiNG.
F.ucr.Ni; Cm-, Juno 11th, 1877.
Ed. Guard : Pursuant to agreement, t!ie
members attending tLo Hop ti row ers' Coii
vcn'.iou, which convened iu this city on May
i.'nl, met i.'gam at tho Court Houao iu this
place ou Friday, Juuo 8th. After the moot
ing was called to order, the followingpreamble
was read and adopted;
As it is tin old and established faet that
co-opeiativo exortion is generally met with
success, and that division is ruinous to any
enterprise, and having had within tho last
year opportunities of more thoroughly realiz
ing these facts, we, a? hop growers of Ore
gon, do hereby baud ourselves together,
forming this society, which shall bo known
as the Lane C'outuy Hop Giowo'V Associa
tion. Ths phjett, which sh;dl bj to promo, e
the general and material interest of tlu.se
cn,M'eil in raisim;. curing, aud uuttni" in
proper shape and condition for maikct, that
prcnluet known iu commerce under tho name
of Hops.
Tho Committee on Permanent Organiza
tion and By-Laws, gave in ther letiort which
was accepted aud adopted. It whs decided
to hold an election of oliioers on the first
Saturday of Juuo, every year. The oflieeru
elected for the ensuing year are : Provi
dent, A. A. Smith; Vice Prcsidentp, J. Day,
T. D. jCwurdrt, R. Scott; Treasurer, A. W.
Pattenuiii ; Secretary, J. H. Brown ; Cor
roHpoiiiling iSeei-'rtiiry, A. W. Patterson.
The At !jei:.li.ni will subscribe for t!.o lire'.v-
eiu t.u;iriti.-.!i, of I.ou.liui, l.nlaiiil, and
other journals that give lelijhie hop reporlN.
It is dc idrd to have a uni iria h'un of
bales f-r hoX, lo.ir feet long, eighteen irchcx
wide, and two im-t dnep.
The price for picking this year is 371
cents per box, boxei same size as meil here
tofore; length, 3 feet, depth, 2 feet, width
IS itches.
The Association h strong iu menibi-i-ship,
aud have ftimhi sl. -"iikil and .aid iu, so
as to enable it to ucc"!npiiih is purpose.
We would gladly recvive communication"
from "Hop Growers' Associations, nnd Hop
Growers, De.ders in Hops, or Commission
Agencies. Wo would ali-M urge all hop
growers in Lano county, to co-operate with
us, and assist iu tho advancement of this
great industry.
Next meeting of the Awciotiou first Fri
day iu July. A. A S.uirH, Pres't,
J. II. BnowN, Skc'y.
IYIIEI'IlXnilXrK WAY
At Eugene City, Oregon.
or.DKR OF KXKBCI-E3.
C. A. M.-X..t-:..ti.il fialate-.'W suns.
10 A. F'Jiiiiinj proces-t.n on the public
square.
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Lt.ths BamL
Prexidctii of the De.y and Chaf!.un.
Or-tor ai.d K ler.
President of C'ummon CounciL
ComuMiu CouncU.
Pr:siJ.iit of .State Uuivtrsity.
Faculty of tte Cui i-ersity.
lleiireKiiUtivc-s ol States.
1'ire D;p.utuient.
BeDovtitn; So-eieties.
fcuiitLy SchooU.
Citui. us on fo.it.
t'.tueuj in c .rri ''!.
CitUeiiS ou h .r 1-jt'i.
LL.N'11 OF M.VRCIL
From iblic air evt to llif;h, t' -n south
to Ituili strcvt, theo t! 't Vi W UluuttSS
tUvet, tl.-n-je north t Fif'-h itr.-t, tlieu-Ji eat
to Uni. Uw e wu'Ji t-i SjMU.r s tUud.
I.rterary anJ iluiuil rxeniiK.
8K) r. fi-pk-y ol Fireworks.
OFITCEiiS Ol' THE DAY.
rrrsiJeLt llnU. Fa-an. .
tXa; L;n-KT. E. E. Geary.
Or V .
Graad Manbal-& Ii. EAin, Jr.
I We have just received from tho Eastern
faetriry, direct, a largo stock of window
shades and wall piper ; among the latter are
many very pretty styles embracing Grained
j 1 annels, hmbossed, Gilts and I-aco Patterns,
Sauu aud Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and nu charge for triimniiig
PHer. Dl'XX & STUATTON.
Robinson i Cl.ure'u at the Hardware Store
keep the larcbt nud U'st soleotcd stock of wall
pajH-r and border hi Eune City, compiisiflgin
part, Brown, lS..m;s, Satin, .Gilt and Emboss
e.l pajK-r, which they nircl:a. dinet from the
Eastern f..etiiU'Ssud ill sell a cheap as th
clu'uptst All paper tihimied fi'e of charge.
Thosk AccKiirioxs t rcN TMK Si-alp which
are termed dandratf sre promptly removed by
Glenn 'h .Si.i.rHi'R Soap, which by oiKniu Ui
porcn promotes the uaturakuH'isture of the hair.
Take tirteen years from your u'e with Hall's
Hair Dye.
Is Vour Lll'e Worlb Tea Cvntsf
SieVni-ss pn'vaiU everywhere, and everybody
coiuplaius of fcune iliseine during tlieir life.
When sick, the object U to i:ct well; now to
ay plainly that no person iu this world that is
su'it-i iu' with Dw..iv;...ia, l.iver t'oiuplaint
and U ellccts, sncli as lnHicstion. I'o.tiveneiw,
hick llc.-ida.-lu. Sour St.uiewli. Hcot l'.iirn.
1' ilpitatioii of the Heart, 1i pr-nsni Spirits,
ljiliou-ui-sii, etc., e.i n take UKtCkN'i AluioT
Flowtk without irettiii',' rcli.-f mid cure. Jf
you doubt thi ., fo to your i)rn,:it and i;et a
hahipie Ikittle lor lt cents and trv it. lUg,
lar ;;e 75 cents. Two oWs will relieve you.
Tho OXLY n:rci;-?v in Ki;;-no for Dr. WAR
XEll'S HLlVLTH l.'Oi;SKI', ut the IWr,
corner U'ilLiiutto aud Seventh .Streets.
p21 ra
J. A. Winter is ,still alive and engaged in tlic
photor"apl;ic lnniiu-.i.
rictuiYK enlarged to any fize, and retouehod
in in.lia in!i or painted in water colors.
We eell'S. 11. K. UUeily'H Hemlock ShtSM)
Dip, the l:e--t HiidcheaiK'-t l'ip known, ami will
send vahitble book to fhecp owners on upplica
tj -u. J. M.Vii.-VCKh. & CO.
Portland, Oregon,
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1'Olt UI.M'.
A email hoiihe newly painted and papered
ii.tUc, Apply "to G, li. Doiutts.
tlrlall Produce uuJ 1'rovn.ioii :flarket,
I li. lollovih lire retailers' prices :
PI.OUlt.-1'bbl. ffi.
GlitiN .lKAL-tiiv;;ou jionnd, hi bulk, ic
OATS -U bushel, 50.
BKANS-I' ii, 5S.
POI ATOIIS -oOc.
liUTl Uit-Frch roll.., 23c.
COFFFK-Pio, ;.; Java, Dlljc.
t'lIKKsn-Onvon, 'Jile.
t'ANDLF.S-L- U.x.'-jl jl 53,
KGGS-1.V,
llAt'ON Sides, Hcj haiiu, 13e; shoulders,
LA III) -In tins, 1m- bulk, 1 2J.
CHIClCKX.S-ia Wv 3 W d.en.
FlSII-Silmon, hf bills, ?; 50lb kits, II 00;
Mackerel, per kit, 4fi Codtish, b, 12:a 15c.
Sl'UAU-S. F. 11, JCjc; Island, 10(il5ej
cruohed, lKc; powdered, 20c.
riALT-t'iirmau Maud, 103 "lbs, l 25;
Hay, 125; Liverpool Hairy, $2 50; do coarse,
?i
TEA-Green, 51 25; Japan, 75c r ft.
SYilVP-Jkavy Golden, t? U-j, S-5.
OILS-KeroM'Tir, l t'f Kallon.
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1 VAi;0-l tm the sole
J neiit ior tuts cc-U liratd wajun.
t. i;. m:.Mi,CKS.
Vl'Vi STO( li OF HITS -The li.t
ami larB'e,t ever tiro;'e;l.l to K'.ieiie, at
Fl.lEN'DEV'S.
mm:.
XT0TICK IS HEIlEliY GIVEX THAT
i.1 tlie anuiuil n.feltinj,' of the stockhnldeni
of tho l.ar.e Co'in y .Mepsuitile Aivxiation
will I) hel I at Killii-iwortb's ll.ill in EoKelie,
on Wtxluenilsy, .lull" Kith, at It) 4. H. Stock
holders are rvquenUj to atteml, Hy onler of
G. jKI.!HAW,
'iex I'lOniilent.
Coiurtnership Aoiice.
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HUE UXDiUlSHJNEI) HAVE THIS
ituy forineil a eeparrner hio under thi
ii in name and ftyleof r PEiiXDEEG, SEN''
!lEli- K CO., forth.' purl! l.wof mnyilof oil
the liiMimns of (jen.'i.d Mer. Iiaudiij at tho old
.and.
JOSEPH STEVNT.EEG,
HAAC SKXPEtiS,
A ItH All -V M W'ACHEXJIEIMEK.
Junction Ct'y, May 7, 1 7.
Old Foitun Hepsirsil
AN'U
ny
ROBERT LANK.
SIGN PAIN'TIXU ANT) GKAIMXG
A speciality.
Klaop on .the South alite of Mnlh
Nt.
Dr. J. C. Shields
OFFEES HH rr.OFEiSJOXAL SEE
vie" to tin; eili.eiK of Ku.- 'do City and
Mirroun imr ntmr. P'-ial attuition jriven
to nil ui;l KTHIOAL "i:-KS an ! UTLil
INK D!fi:A-i:rti!tn!nte4 to hiscaie.
Oilice it tlie St.Ciiarb-s H it. 1.
I'KY IT t -THU T . HKMii'tlCESl'RAXD
L el hOt I', fur sale only hv
T.I.. HKSI.RU'KS.
ELL&VOnTH & CO.,
D R U Cr GIPTS,
Aini.L CONTINUE Til E PUMN'ESS iu
T T all )pi-in.'!j'- af th oh! s.nn.l, f'ffi riu
iip-n-as-d ii.'t'ieeiiv-iiTi cirtoiuers, old tud
new. A hep t"Mie, iSm.- Lioi.t
Careful attention given to Prescription
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TIIK ItlAT HlfOKS KV Kit HH()t;oHT TO
X Ui lli UMiliet, t .Lv l.-t prir-in t,
T.t..ll".Mi(IiK.S'.
u.
3. Claim:
-Lands
,m V.ir.u
Ul wUlUibitf
LXSD AND I'ICir MIE:i 1'OH BALI
uii team:.
COLLECT sr;;lt INDIAN VOUCH.
rrn, rt my, .V ' ' :-iii, i..l otbiT rr
cj''i,iv r.'ir 0 '-, ari ! l
jui'jiii for ri;!',ar, e-.I-'i.-ra, luli in, acnii:!. i,
injiirei or li-i'Hl n l t!.-ir i l-'Wit an I rhil
drvu; n.'iiU, t'avt-Kt., titii; ti l.ni'l an'l Uri'l
WiuridU f'r .l .i-Ti iu aii wr l;-f'ir Match
:W, l.O, ami atiiH vnl ln;.in" at W-t:iii'-t-ill.
IKlij t!ir.lr-r bin-1, fi!:-'.-e -Ti ai. i
himt'au on Lin t t-.ij- I'urtiaAil, Oriyim,
ami eln-wLere. vli'iil m-ll cmnt-rrr lin.i with
n-i'trr?! Tiui- irro in un it 1'r.tirio, swami,
anj tiuily-red Lui Uat yrix- lowr than tmal
k!ch rlv-r jfrav-l !.- ami 'i.uiU k li;e fur
, al- or trvl--. Aim, Ul !i or r nt a fiiir.L-h-I
d H-rtcl, it atl a nt'.un mill ros'lv f r Ui
einiws. Ajfjilvt' '. ;L A ill Lit,
I O'hot Third ai. i M .i:. trvrt,
1a20 Porthui l. Orrn.
Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, Carriages,
A large stock on band sad I will to order-of the Best Kanern Timber throughout.
ALL M'dBK WARRANTED IN EVEBY EESrECT, at Fair rricw.
Repository and Shop Corner Ninth and Oak Stretts, Euubnk Citt.
I'leiae cull and see for yourselves before purchasing idsewhero
Black-smithing, Wood Mark and Carriage Painting done
to order.
W. W. ESPEY.
Robinson Church
-Al.EK. IN
SIIELF& llEAVYIIARUWABE
II-VU T1IK
Best Selected Stock inUregon
HAS JUST Ol'KN F.D IXUl T11K
The- Largest Stock of Goods
LVKH UKOUHT TO F.l'GI'.N'E.
OUIl STOCK OP
o lot it i jsra
has lnrn l.iivly iner.'uiied and we can idiow a
haiidome a lino of ready made jood in
MUX'S AND HOYS'
BUSINESS ANT) MIKSS SUITS
As can be fotiu.l hi tho country, and at priees
that cannot fail to satisfy,
OUil DRESS GOODS DEPA UTM EXT
Is wvll Glhsl with u splendid asortmcnt of nil
leatim: ftyles and failiimuhlo shades of jjoods.
LMrKESS CLOTHS, MOHA1K,
and
AMERICAN' Dlil'.SS GOODS,
Pl.ud, PLiiu and Ojnu-a Fl.uinels of all colors,
15li-uuln.il ifc UijliK'iu'lu'il Coltou Flan
iu'Ih. Ladies' and GontV TJndorwoar,
SIIAWIsS aud.SCAHFS;
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
741 HaiLot Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
PUBWiHEltS AND DKAI.EE3 IX all
kinU of
BOOKS, STATION EH Y,
SCHOOL FUltNITUHK 4 APPARATUS,
. PIANOS, 011GAX3
And sthcr Munlcal Iii itj-uiuentH,
SHE El' MUSH;, ETC., ETC..
Agenti for ths
"OWEN" aud 'LIVE-OAK' WHITING
VAI'l'.ltS.
Blank Ccck Kana!aclur!nj
A SPECIALTY.
Our goods are. to Id had vf all the iirinriual
IV'okneUom. jul3Giu
Brick Store, ear. Willaicrlle & Eighth Sti..
EUGENE CITY.
A. V. PETERS & CO.,
Are saw In lettipt of a rtrr Ursa luek t
SIZW S1'IN(J C1(U),
8clcU"1 with mmli cat from tlie !rirt n4 bwt
uuyoitiug tuutae iu fetus r mlii lliro.
Our Stock of
DRESS GOODS
In nuunuttlly Uiy d1 Hrrwtiv, afl rornprUM tit
tm y Lulwt Mtyl tu' tuvt Ititm, ul vi all rradi
a) fruws, Mi 41 W imoI U virw f fcU.
VHITE GOODS.
A wuurtmcot of r,M.ir mel lunrUif u
STAPLK GOODS.
A krapfttfvlc of BImIiM MiMlian una T.iuttii,
Wi! WILL PATTH." EiQHtST MARKET PEICt
Iu owl, lir njf bumlr of ponn! of
yOOD MHUCUANrAHLK WOOL
COUNTIiY PH0DUCE
Ofewf t'Mip'.f,n wftut!. for wblrliw will ff
A. V. PKTF-R3 k CO.
Lane County
MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION
mifIS ASSOCIATION HAS ON IIAND
I a l.ir'e aii'l varird uSu rtinent cf EKESll
(,UODS, au1 ai rnvivwtf every lnor-tii tew
iiijipUi- '.!: il tutiiix njirkeC
G'loih" are aold low acid
AT ONE TRICE TO ALL ! .
And PKODT'f'E TAKEN AT THE HIGH
L.vr MARKET HATES.
Ijiva ua a call l-for i.'in.lia?ii.,', as it h no
trotiUo tnnliow !n and ivi prirea. S1
I
: dt.ovs.
mtr.')NS.
l:ii:l'"VS.
!H!;ONS,
I'.lbLONS.
Lam, Erii'iroMrHt-
IiiiiV n in D"'
K'ln'cg ind I HM rtloru,
FEIENI'LY'S.
For Sale at a Bargain I
rpilE NE'.V HOT-HE AND LOTS' on W
X. ftrDT '4 Linudn and -'Vi'iitli tn
liKi'iireo OE'). W. KIN.-EV,
OEKI'Rfi AND 8 IN .It AN
TIME
i sais Uf- T. i ULNDstlCKX
HAVH 1 It Mit,
nt the LOWliS'l
lialcs
IiaiV. S'l'KKL,
AXKd. ANVILS.
NA1I.S, KOPK
Cable I'hains,
lila.-. Putty,
Tail ennit Pin-ket
CL'lI.l'.liV,
GUNS, l'lxTiil.S,
AMM I X I I'ldN,
AGiiiit'irruAi,
IMl'l.KMUNlVS,
Pilaiitiiijf Powder,
Fishiir; Tack 1
Ktc, lite.
We invito an exam
ination of our good,
contid.nt that our
iriets will suit the
times.
FRIEWm.V
hi v
SPlilXG AND ki-m MV,TT,.,f . r,..
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COl.OKS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS ANT) CAPS in tho leadi,,-; Btyl.
OIL CLOTHS for fl.H.r and table use,
LOO'l SAND SHOES.
We would call ,;p,.eial attention to our stock of
Mens' sml Hoys' Sun I'rancUco lhuiis,
W'hhli we have sold for a nmuV-r of yvars with
treat sati.,f M-.t ion. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HAPDWAl'.E, ri.S ANT) FAKMIN'G
I'TENSIES.
CHOICE TE AS, CWN-l'.n GOODS,
Ami a 1 eholee FAMILY GICEKILS at
.intom.,liy low t.iCt .
LIVEIU'OOL CAE MEN' ISLAND SALT.
Ilijjlnt piiin lor nil kinds of produce end
"o. WOOL.
UlJiOUJ-Ali
OK TII11
STATE UNIVERSITY,
KUGENK CITY, Oil.
Tlie bpiintlfiil biill.llng propuml for tlm Put0 Un
voi.ily of Ori'in.n Iwinir now roulv fur tlio aivunniio.
dutlouuf itii lniln, (ho Hint Mmiiiu will runmipoi's
on thi) Willi of Oi tiilmr. there will In two cuuiwi
uf iluiljr, ti.i) lroHrntoi)rnJ Coll.'trlato, anil two
tuiuin uf twt'uly wci'V curb.
lln law ii-ovMm for Die fico 'tuition uf ono itu
dent fuiiu in, hpiiuiitjmiul r,ir cmh memUr of tha
Ik:UIu.. Hii I.iim wiahin.t cn sum I'Vminlveu
of the lifiuflts uf U.iH Uw nliuu.i l tujtio Mtslii atiun
ti'llieiMiinly ii)"iiiil.'u.l'iitof tht roiinty In whlih
Ihi-y rfl t. All otlmr lu IrnU wiling lo tok tha
I'lillinte ruur will bo tfqiihfd to (my a tuition
TH) of fit) pur term In 'lvni'. All rniili.I.itca fur
a. liuiK.i.iii to thia itciMrliiniit will borwiuiri'J to
';imu viaiuiimllon In tho fulluwiii
Kll'DIWi
Itwliiiir, Writing, -Oitluwniiihy, riaotlwil Arlfh.
mstio, Kuitliah Oiinuir,OoiiKmiihy, tlialory ol tin
t'niUil HUUm, Ijitia Umiunur, Hc.ltr ami 4 Duoka
of CWr, Urak tliMiiinnrau.l nri'lr) but for the
lirawnt tha atwiiu.it'un In tha lnnruim,' may ba
oiaUUd. Tha cotriruleuin of atu ly In the
COM.Eiil ATK CilUUSH
Will auinpiiiD, lt, Uiou.i'ul tolKv oouiaa. ., a
cuiupleU couine iu Muics. M, a Kormu.1 conns
pluuiu.1 with uiwcinl rf fn'iira to tha wmitt uf twu h
kh. All (u Vii' In Ihiaib iMiliui'iit WilllarMiiii'il
to uy a Ifa uf I ! iu irr Imiu In n Ivauiu lor lumlru
Ul biiih'Iikhi. All aludi'liu lu tho
I'ltK'l'AlfATllltV liKI'AltTMK.Vl'
Will hn ri'iiili1 top.iyatiiitiou uf I1 In a.Wnr.
'Ihiaili'lniitiiirul will (liv tiili'iita tl.o nii'c.,iiy
tiaiii.iiK in I In' .tu ln nniiiiiul lor iliiol.ili...i luto
tho Colh'a-iutv J. ; ii tuuMil.
TIIK KACUf.Ti
Will ismal.t uf Prof. J. W. Jolionon, PrenMont, an4
I'llifnw.'rs TIiuIiihx Con luu anil .Mi-.ik llmh-y, 'lh
Uil uta 'ii thi' piinaru-.ory iU'm. imuitma Mia Ma
ty K. huillur, l'i u il'. i..J , yml Viny K. I' tniin .alma
AmialLiit. jiilIN W. JUIIN.-.O.N,
Ti"i liit of ViiKiuity kul Fuuulty,
J. 3. WAT. HIS', '
bav y iltxird of l'iiei'tuia,
Thorouhbrcd
2?" O "W 3j GJ
ALSO '
Uronzc Turkeys,
U
o
3
o
Pi
O
Pekin Cucks ?nd Ercdcn Cccse.
AIJW
TOOESl'CDltCCD SOLTHDOWS HGEEP.
Ir:i('E LIST NOW FEADV. A!,
fami'lil.-t on tie oire ,f KohN,- Imt'hiti.
feeiiiii'.', ili-fi-ia nnd tli-ir nire, et, ftLipUd
tii-iilly Ut the I'a-iHi:('irfi .t; j.Hte 10 cYnU,
Addruu, encloiiiu atamii,
M. rVRR,
NAI'A, CAL.
PVaae etaU where yo n tl.ia a.lvei-tui niint
D. R. L'AKIN.
T
HE RENr.s.-t rlf.'ip FORMERLY
oven-d l.v C!US. HADLEY )na bwn
lrm,;!.t 'T D. 1!. LA KIN, w'-ou itfillina the
ah'iii with s m-f tn.. nt i f .
Hrn-', .w-'l !.. lir'.-iii 'i, t'ointia.
Car', Spun, . I.i- of .ii! I.iii.'i,
Dr-"i Dn-r t-'-i'iw, S.i I li '!.nilrt.
And in f.t e-n t! .,' ki it iu (r-irij-i ,j
Iilio,, hi h J, .t.,rf,. U a..'U u tlira;i
an orii in tni- Iu-ini-.
Al! k'iii''i of j rii-l'ipi- t.ik n In et-lirn - for
work V.'L'it, tut, l l.'ur, I'-ui n, forki IVi-f
enttb-. on f..t, U'K1, III D'-r kina,
iMivtliin ti. frtn t r.i'lii.ri. ti't w.!l IL
l.i.e l.ii:i a r.iU llm l ;;i;yk!i'r
riv rfM "T f r cu.U iLiv'n. !: i i. inh-r
titeM min i, Iut0n r n.-nii i.f I'. J'.. Dunn.
'" .-".I v ria i.t ,,f . I'LK
Tjti.ES u.flc i u Ihia tit for h'l.a(.
VnucTa at tkp fun-a.
1 1 5
2L 2. j
I i t
Wm
JAS A. STERLING,
Dranesville, Douglas County, Orejon.
Douler in
General Merchandis
NOTARY rUBLIO.
Full line of Lcl ISlanks on
Manager of
STERLING'S EXPRESS,
TO CP08 COUNTY.
All buahioM promptly attended to.
A Hew Deal.
R( G. GRAHAM,
MERCHANT TAILOR
BAS Jl'ST EECE1VEP from the Xas
line of tine and hudiiouable cloths, etsah as
linn nuver bafore bvau brought to Eugaas, ejesv
ni-tinjj of
I'anla Uoods,
Coailnita, la all Crates,
au4 Fins YsssSi.
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
It. C. AbVIK,
SELLING AT pOSTI
F0U SIXTY DAYS.
y.M. rui sTox,
Manufacturer and Dealer is
Lead, Hack and Wheel
Warranted California Laathor..
SADDLEfi OK ALL KINDS,
BE IDLES, 11 ALT EES,
SUlttMNtlLES. 1IOESE COVMJJ,
LASH nnd lU'liUY WHIPS,
COM US and ItUUSHES, '
HAliN ESS DHESSINO,
ETC.. KTC.
Thankful for trout favors 1 would rvspsotfullf
solicit a coutitiiiaiice of the same.
Important t
IYrtioiia knovinif themaelvvs ludehtsd to tM
either by note or account, are requested to mats
aetlh nunt by Jan. 1, l'T, or iiavment must bs
eufoived, - WM. 1'IUCSTON.
K0II TtlB
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE t
WE MV.il tu lufi.rm mir friemle and Uis pablle
thnt we have jii-it reii'ivoj dii-aot frost bu
Fmnciw'oaml thu 1'j..U iu markots
AN IMMENSE STOCK
or
GROCnUTS, HARDWARE,
DRY-GOODS, ,
FANCY GOODS
ITOIM. CL0THIN3,
FURNISHING GOODS,
NATS AND CAPS,
1100TS AND SU0I8,
Clocks, rnint8, Oils, Etc.,
f-MoctedViY our MR. 8. ROSENBLATT,
which we olfer at
IlI'lDlTCBir) I'KICKS.
Portii'S will find It to their sdvsntaas to call
nud ( xainlno our atock aud (irives UfoJS pus
cliaHing.elniiwhere.
Higher price (mid for all k;nds of Prodao
S. R0SEJJBLA1T & CO. '
War has commenced in Europt!
AND
R. G. CALLISON
18 AOAIN ATlllS OLD HI30LD8TA5D
on S iUamette Street snd liavinif bought ths
Inti r -i t of T. ().;ljurn in the firm of Cal 11
on & Ouliuru, la iirrored to furiiUh all whs
nmy kiv him a rail wl'h the bei t quality tt
evury tdln;' usually kept In a first class grossr.
and i rovi ii n Klum, sm-h n
SI'll A ES, TEAS, COFFEK,
CANNED (ili(l)S, TOliACCO h .
CIUAKS, CLASS AND QCEENS
WAHE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARS,,
at riiamiiLle rates for CASH or l'ltODUCH..
(live mo a call an I aes what I can do for yors
Tlmiikfiil for jiimt (latMimije I Invite you H
call t.'fiin.
ijooiU delivered to any part of the city fr
ofcliaiL'e. It. U. C ALLISON. '
DUSIH & STRATTOM
AT THI
OLD STAND OF T. B. DTJNIf.
HAVINC, ASSOCIATED WITH Ml! If
bualneaa Mr. 1IOKACE F. B'l'KATTOlff,
we have juut ruoelvod a new, lare and
WELL SELECTED ETOCK OF G00D9,
Xfakh.;; a aiwcialty of '
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL I:
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT!,
W't doiilra to make no frond flouriah, but 4ss
aay that farincra can come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT '
at our store than at any m.her eatabllahmsat fa
town, and they can buy them on as good Unas.'
Ws have a full Hue of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DBY000D5,
FANCY GOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING),
GOODS,
MEN AND ROY'S CLOTniNO,
HAT3 AND CARS,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
And ars continually sddin? to our stock to
Bun t the demand of the public
DL'NN A STRATTOIT. '
A HIKE ( I KE.
For eon'imfit!r n, liroiiehiti, a-tharca, catarrh,
thniat aii'l luiif i!Laa. A too a aim ralief aad
riuxni-nt fine for jfeneral debility. dyapepais
and all Uirvmii a'reotiona, by a aimjile vejceUbU
ni. iti'iiia which ciin-il a TtD'-ral le Diianiooary
i t yii.'uin who waa Ion ; a resident of Syria and
t1 e K i.t. and who baa fievly pven thia Talus
hit- am-iil'.c tu, thoiiunda of kimlreU sufferers
with the ,;ieat nvihle ben- t t, ami now bs
fre'n it hi. aai'i-i l rhn tinn duty to Intiiart to
uth-ra t! i4 i 'oU-rfur inviiTatini; reniwiy, and
wi'd a-nl FKEE the orvmaj receipt eotnriletc,
full liiie tii na, W any perwin encloainjT
.!.:i.ri i,..- r--i 'v.
!:. CLARK A. RORMN.
fjattin Ltuii, Svaai ' be, N. Y.