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    THE EUGENE CJTY GUARD.
EUUKXE Gi'lT.OliKGUN.
8ATUHDAY, SKirr, 15, 1H77.
BUSINESS.-Mattors of a personal
character charged for at regular adver
tising rates, to be paid Invariably in ad
vance. THE CALIFORNIA KLLXTIOM.
The California election was held
on the 5th 'mat, and tbo returns now
in aro full enough to give- nssuranco
of a Democratic majority of forty on
joint ballot in the next legislature,
and consequently a Democratic U. S.
Senator to succeed Sargent, the pres
ent Radical Senator.
Tbo Republican papers of that
fitato, as usual, claim that tho State is
Republican, and attribute tho over
whelming defeat of their party to lo
cal causes entirely disconnected from
general politics. But this can hardly
bo pousiblo and is evidently a very
flimsy apology for defeat, as there
wore no looal issues of suflicicnt im
portance as to distract and demoral
ize tbe party to the extent indicated
by Buch a crushing defoat. '
A fow Republican papers attribute
their disaster to the unpopularity of
Sargent, who doubtless would have
bocn returned to the Senato had the
legislature been Republican. But
this assumption at the present lime is
inconsistent and tho papers giving
this as an excuse for tho failuro of
their ticket stultify themselves, as up
to tho timo of tho election they were
favorablo to Sargent and recognized
him as tho leader, and strongest and
most popular man of their party in
the Stato. It is evident that neither
the merits or demerits of any one man
made anv COllshlonililfl difforonnn in
t i. mi . i.
vne rcsua. i no most reasonable eon-
elusion is that tho recent troubles
l.ntl. in il, v.,- .i r..i:r,.,i i.
vwva visw Mliuv fa II 14 vat I I VI II 1 1 lltl
set tho masses of the pooplo to seek
ing for the causos and authors of the
grievances complained of by tho ilis-
atisfiod working men, and in their
earnest quest for the truth have trao
ed thoir troubles to their truo source
tho extravagance, partial, discrimi-
nating and opprcss.vo legislation aiMrtf0,ll0W M"r! in ',,iuh tho Mom
aistionesty ot tno Jiaaical party. It
is a foroshadowinsr of tho Boeodv
downfall of tbo party ot shoddy rings lustration of tho change in South Car
and grinding monopolies, and shows 01'ma is aflorded by tho experience ol
a determination of tho pooplo again
to take tho government into their
own hands, and recoguizo no.corrupt
and tyrranical masters.
No argumeut is more common, says
tho Walla WallJl MaUuman, nud
aouo ontillod to less consideration,
'. than that silver may uot properly be
mado a legal tender for purposes lor
which gold is not specdicd as means
of payment. Judgo est pretends
to favor the rcmonetization of silver
but thinks it would not bo right to
jodoein greenbacks with silver dol
lars, or pay debts payable-' in green
lacks. Wo do not know exactly
what Judgo W est wants of a dollar
mf
which is not as good ns any other
inuso. If silver is worth less than
- 1
gold, it is because silver has been
domonotizod and is of light weight,
and gold mado tho solo measure of
value. Rovcrso this louislatioiC and
gold would, without adoubt, lull be-
- 1
low its formnr rnlnMnn in tUnr TI.a
trrwasabitoflecislatiou which has L
UIIIVU HI11U IIOU J I Hill L'l 111 L1I1K I'llllIK I
.,U.,nUln.li ...,i:.... .1
i.M . .1 f
Interested narties to ..,l,.nA tb v.l.
no of money by limiting tho supply
f material. It is not just nor fair to
the people that debtors Miould be
uoprived of tho privilego of paying
their debts in a kind ol money which
Vat lutril Inn.l.ir u l..,n ll... I .
reatcJ. Groonbacks Are payable in L
. T . . . .
Co n. To makn tli.mi i.nvnl.l.. !,. t.l
coinU to add t, tho r 11 vl,;
Thev wora nnvalilii !n nnln uh,,,;.l
- i j - vu io-
sued, snu 11 wo haJ coutmuod to coin
u.ii a nit-ro wouui nave oeon
no question but that they would bo
payaoio in gilycr now
Tk 1 , ... , , .
The workuiK K.i.plo of California must re-
grot the defeat of fcarjfont. which will rtult
&-iLSW:liuB ' ,,tmocratio L,,KUU-
Inasmuch ni Snrnt .,. ,b
didato of nn.l mnnnnn!;. 1
w defeated by the vote, of' the
working ..eonle." thov will .l.,!.!.
... . f ' . ' '::"y
o oe mconBoiauio on account of his
defeat
x uo C) sua jraMcnj4 int-
lers with tbo Jnt,
il lays: "Nevada on
wuuijbitohuo hiioio democratic key
wcaci, yci, me county attuilly lias a j.olilic.il fiiM when
large Republican mnioritv. It .-J,
Sargent." Sargent, according to the i tho
i ' i"'"
. ., I .
TriHn'jS, was uh.it w.is il..
nntt.r Ami
1 I" 1 f. If, v " iiii.Jii. utuii, .nuill'll l"
,n Califoniu, and M.tch.ll mil le the , e..,.lo be ,tov, re, by my w by ! fom.dm-J from eating M,t ,.,! Crub,
matter in Oregon. (themves? j and Mitchell is Ilipplo.
PIIKKIOENTIAL S1DR SHOWS.
Tho 1'degram takes this view of
tho Returning Board's
show:
'can can1
"It will take tho country some timo to
recover from the effects of the noil practiecs
and examples which the (J rant adiuinistra
tiuil mado fashionable- traveling nlxut tho
country and setting up presidcntml shows at
watering places liku Long Ilninch, where
Grant wan accustomed to do the government
business during the heated term, ut least ho
much of it us required the presidential ac
tion. Urant did not care particularly helli
er ho set good or hail precedents, and do
pemlcd entirely ujkiii his war servicee to car
ry him successfully through any otlicial mis
takes or misconduct while president. He
engaged pretty extensively in the presiden
tial show business because it fed his vanity,
ami occasionally maile him tho recipient of
handsomo presents houses, horses, cigars,
bull pups, etcetera. From a poor tnau at
tho clone of the war, he becamo wealthy at
tho end of his onicial career of eight years as
president. We do not expect to see the
office of president of tho United States re-
spectahly subserved in accordance with the
constitution and laws, and after tho manner
of tho olden time, with a due regard to the
exalted character of the position 111 the pres
ervation of ollicial 1 hi lit v. until a democrat
shall have been again elected to fill the place,
Mr. Hayes is before tho country on the dec
laration that ho does not wish the ollice for
a second term. The declaration, may. he
superfluous w hen it comes to that, and his
one term be so sufficiently satisfactory as to
prcoluile the prnljab.lity of a continuance,
Yet
et bo has been junketing through tho land
for all the world as though ho was seeking to
make political capital tor fuluru purposes,
lie has just closed a highly successful prtsi
lie has just closed a hi;
deutial exhibition in tho New Ijigliiiiil
status, being his uecond star performance in
Unit quarter lor the season. JIu is under en
gageineiit for a circuit of the south, with tho
most (Littering prospects of drawing big au
diences und receiving tho accustomed plau
dits of the crowd after saying his say. As a
speech-makers he is 110 mure of a success than
(Irant was, and in this reflect 110 doubt has
disappointed public expectation. l!ut then
it may be questionable whether making
speeches is essential to a faithful and ellicient
discharge of tho duties of tho chief executive,
They are expected, however, ami may be
uecossary in the presidential show business
to make it completely successful. Applica
tions have been made and aro under consid
eration for engagements in tho chief cities of
too west. Indeed, one is being fulfilled now
tor the Mate ol Ohio, where an election oc
curs) next mouth. One of the star perform-
ers in the presidential combination of talent
ami attract. on has Iiceu tlierc already, liur-
1 1 1.: 1 1 ... 1. .... ii . .-
formed his pm-t. broken the ice nn it were.
.m,i , t.luucIi tl0 way f(,r ti,u gmil(lcr a(lvcllt
(,f tllu NiiiHsri..r notor.i. Whether Mr. Key
!".1"1,1US ;N!r-. JIK "t 't
is quite probable that gentleman lias had
eiioiii'li ol it, ns well as the public, as
failed to unlock any entrance to tho popular
neart 111 jncw l.nglanil, although ho did sue.
ceed while about it in unlocking a sort of po-
111 11. 11 pulmonis uox III ins own section troui
which oven liopo fur himself escaped. It is
perhaps to be regretted that Mr. liayes and
his cabinet are not better sntislied with the
useful Held of legitimate ollicial laltor, where
there aro 111010 honors to bo acquired than
A Ciiakur. Tho most strikin? il
tho few persons, mostly negroes, who
paid thoir taxes to the Chamberlain
troastiivr last winter. With line
pected honesty, that ollicial is now
returning tho amounts collected, and
tho recipient finds that tho sum lie
p dd to keep tho radical administia
tion running a year will pay his taxes
undor !)emocratio nilo and leave him
noarly as much in pocket, tho Cham-
berlain tax being 2'J mills on the dol
lur nud the Hampton but 12.
Tho New York Tima asserts that
"tho testimony ol the Uoston I'ost
was not needed that tho modern De
mocracy cares not for moral obliga
tions, if only it can seem to-keep
within tho letter of tho statutes." 0.)
'l,e HCCro of obligations" Use
1a'lu-'nl party, have nothing to boast
K nn'1 as to tho "letter of statutes,"
1,10 '"'dorn Democracy" have a do
C'ded advantage Radicals have not
cvcn "Bctniod' to regard either the
...
ltator or I)r atatutoa or Consti
"uion
Arable
Iaot ltiat ,UHl yar wtho Stato of
Mame, where l.laine, tho moral con
,,u,u" ."""' WM 8 nin ot 10
per sent, in tho number of Stato prison
convicts, and tho Legislature had to
I appropriate $15,000 to pnIaro the
Penitentiary to accommodate tho in
creasing number of criminals. Tho
Radicals of that Stato dovoto them
selves exclusive v to t hi tinssnn f
uor
iiii-i ni .. i.:..i. f ..... I
' . . ' v") ,w"
rl" 1,10 twenty six years.
Wi.of ... .1. t
.in.,,, iu nn wuu mo iiuiiaos is
gt tting lo bo a more difficult problem
tnan ever. There are now about
313,000 of them in tho United States,
Suppoo wo mako voters of them,
BiigijeBts tbo M. Louis 'imc eart
,, , " -"'"f,')fart
llaMn rou,,a to loci whero they will
ia 1,10 D,?,t n'l establish a
KetruiiiC Hoard for them. This
'0UlJ fUraIsh a P!nJiJ for the
n,aniI'u,lloMi of ""- U would
Uo U SooJ ay to get rid of tho
Indiansr
Uen. l.tt in-, ol Ohio, at Coli.mb.w
the '2:)i ol Au-nst .,n.b.,i .t,..
!
note of comiii" contests
in
the,
bo iiitioiii.-.l i ii
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....
HIC III cs is : IT...
millions
and ni.llionairi-s rul. . committr.L not in rntmn,.i;.i n-uu
"II -
- nca? In m!,. r words, sh i'l it,.. ' tho
OVST KH.
CharlcV KUrr li:u4 mIn ltt.,.LA Itiil In
- - - - o -wnu ill v j -
I orthiml for stealing a lot of canienters tools.
A deck hau l on the stcatiu.F Or.lunv was
drowned in tho t'olumlda Ijelow St. Helens
lost Monday, by hilling overlxiard whit1 lraw
iufcf a bucket of water from the river. He was
a native of Glasgow, Scotland, aged 25 years.
The ilclMit at Jefferson 8t;itii,n u-nii entered
last night, and several trunks broken oun and.
iminncreii 01 valuaiiles. JVlr. N. T. Joluison the
ttly-eiit, lust a suit of clothes, an Odd Fellow's
pin and several articles of minor value. The
robber or robbers are thought to be the same
that recently broke into the deiot at Eugene
City. Itecord.
Justice Field havinif denied the motion of
(iriswnld's counsel for a new triid in the ease of
lAiwcll vs. (iriswold and decided that Dowcll
was entitled to recover (ft,(H)0 from (Iriswold,
Deputy Sheriff Jteynolds. at the instance of an
attorney for tho State, to-day served an attach
ment on Mr. Uriswold to restrain him from
paying the money to DowelL This was done
in order to secure to the State a portion of the
money due from Dowell as bondsman for ex
Bectretary May. Mercury 10th.
Isaac Frost, on Baker's nrairi. near Canbv.
on Sunday hist, had three stocks of oats con
taining from 1,000 to 1,200 busels, burnnL He
was at worK witn a steam Mircher, belonging
to a Mr. Frazer, lately from (California, when
the sparks set tire to tho stacks. Two stacks
were saved by the exertion of tho men. The
owner of the grain has sued the owner of the
machine for damages, und on Monday the
machine was attached by the shmlf. A high
wind was blowing at tho time. Oregoniau.
Says the Scientific American: "Professor
Sdliman informs us that the alleged argentifer
ous mud of Wasco county, Oregon, an account
of which we recently copied from the San
Francisco F.xatniner. is a fraudulent Production.
As regards the form in which the silver was
added, t rofissor Silliman says that the metal
in the sample analyzed by him was spongy, in
a gray powder, and generally in the condition
in which silver anis-ars when reduced bv zinc.
An .authentic example from tho locality, ob
tained hy a trustworthy correspondent of I'm
fessor Silliman, yielded no silver whatever."
Mrs. Markley of Lower Alsea. In Denton
county, shot and killed a largo cougar nt that
phu-e 011 Sunday week. She had gone out to
limit up the cows, when sh( discovered a Jath
along which something had been dragged, at
tho same time the dm; with her started up 11
cougar which immediately treed. Mrs. Mark-
ley went l ack to the house, a distance of alHut
one-lourtli of a mile, and secured a rifle and re
volver. She returned and shot the animal, still
kept in tho tree by the doir. This, savs the
Democrat, Proves Mrs. Markley to be a brave
woman, and just the kind of a woman to live
on the coast
A corresiioiidcnt of a newptianer on the Rniind
who lias recently been on a trip up the Colum
bia river, estimates the income of tbo O. S. N.
Company as enormous, and ifre.itly in excess of
w nut people at a distance havo an iitea. J'or
instance their whole expenses do not prolmbly
exceed .-jossi a week, while their present reve
nue troll r.un alone is not less than 15,000.
In addition to this magnificent sum are liruba
bly :t,WK) a week from utjsen-'ers, mails and
express, and imibaldy ainnlur Kt.M) for 111
river fiei'titi, ami for earn-o comiuu' down other
than pram. In the way of profits, and to enable
llielu to keep up their Isiats, tile L'entleii.au re
ferred to, thinks (he company to bo making Hot
less than ?l.i,oei) a week Ivtween 1'ortland and
points on tho I'pper Columbia and Snake
rivei-s.
1MIA iu udi:ii.
'The Helena, Montana, Independent
of Aug. 30th, gives tho following ac
count of tho attack upon Cowan's
party by a band of Joseph's Iudians:
Tho party was in camp when tho Indians
nrcil upon tl-.em, woundinj Sir. Cower w ho
immediately fell. JI13 wife rushed to him
and while holding his head in her Ian an In
dian approached, and placing the muzzle of a
revolver to Iuh car, lued. Scarcely had the
monster turned awy when several young
lads approached and mashed their victim's
head with stones. Mr. Frank Carpenter, a
brother of Mrs. Cowan, was taken prisnier,
as was also a younger sister. The Indians
tied Mr. Carpenter to a tree and were going
totdlnot him. His sister begged them to
spare his life, but for a long timo tho Indians
would not grant it, as tliey could not agree.
At length ho made signs of tho cross and
they ibeided that ho might live. After
keeping them prisoners for two night:i and a
day the Indians permitted them to go. and
gave each of the ladies a broken down pony
in line; upon which tiuy micoccdeit m reach
inir thu Hot Siiirc. Mrs. Cowan would
reach ltozeman hist night. She is said to
have kept up wonderfully until tdie reached
tho Mammoth Hot .Springs und all danger
was over, when slio became pi rfcctly ex
hausted and could only be removed to Bo;!o-
mail by slow stages.
Tho Omaha Jfendd very properly
remarks thai "it is not of half the
oonnc(jui'iico to know whether Carl
Sohnrz received $500 or $1,G00 for
campaign speeches in Pennsylvania,
as it is to know whether, after agree
ing In tho Now York conference to
support Tilden, ho bartered his faith
and honor and supported Hayes, with
a Cabinet position as tho price of his
treachery. Tor further particulars
impure of Gov. Muller, of Cleveland."
A Washington iiTsj.atch of August
17th says: John McNeil, of St. Louis,
has liecn nppointeil to accompany
Gen. Terry as commissioner to Sit
ting Hull. Is that Hute'her McNeil,
the Palmyra murderer? If so, may
Sitting Hull fit down on him ami so
remain forever. Tor between tho two
wo could h avo little choice, but if
compelled to choose wo'd givo Hull
tho preference
Wells and Anderson are to bo tried
.'or perjury a:ul forgery in Louisiana
and they want to knew whether II.
1. Hayes, whom they mado President,
is going to permit them to bo pun
ished for that deed. The St. Louis
Times thinks that they will probably
discover that Hayes, having made
Mire of the stolen goods, does not
care who may swing for the crime.
The Coos 15a v A'dravs: Morton,
Mitchell, Waters, Kellv. Hibv.
Styles. Sweenev. and Jnr Tavl.ir.
- i
,n M V " '"ja.I.Joe
lor IS liiuler nrrrst f.ir orirv
cr..v,. in,-.i ;.,.;.. -.r-., :,
ISDI.IN 1VAII NEWS.
Gen. Howard with a complete outfit, with
500 regulars and 100 Bannock Indians, left
Henry's Lake 011 the 27th of August, in pursuit
of Joseph. Gen. Sturgis, with 4G0 cavalry and
one piece of artillery Is on the Yellowstone be
tween Clark's fort and Stillwater. Lieut
Doane. Gen. MorrKt, of the 5th cavalry is at
tamp lirown, guarding the passes of the Wind
Kiver niouutuins. Mai. Heart, with fi ve num.
panics of the 5th cavalry is on tho head of
longe liiver, to intercept the hostiles should
they go iu that direction. This makes a force
of some 2,000 regulars and 250 Indians, and
with this force disimscd as at present it seems
almost impossible that the hostiles can escape.
Thoso liepublicau organs that see
no wrong in reducing tho pay ol la-
boring men below the living point
are tho same that howled with indi".
0
nation when the Democrats m Con-
gress desired to redncq the extrava-
gant Salaries Of Office-holders, remarks
0 '
tho St. Louis 2'lmes.
A Salt Lako dispatch to tho Ore-
fonian says :
Tnlin T.ivlnr llfm twn Vtinn TtrnuiMnnf nt
tho Twelve Apostles ami acting iiresidcnt of
tno Alormon Uiurcti, until tho new jnesuleiit
is elected. Taylor was shot at Nauvoo at
tho time Joseph Smith was killed, ami is a
most bitter and bigoted religious fanatic
We learn Irora tho Walla Walla
Statesman that there is another can
didato for tho poor houso up that
wav. Charlev llotikinu is frninrr tn
' 1 a o "
Qtmf o 0,,,.. . rv.i- wr 'n
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Administrator's notice.
In the matter of the Estate of Christopher
- my lor, cieeeasea.
ITOTICE IS 1LEHEKY GIVEX THAT
1 1 triA llndi'fwii'ttuil .lolm 11 Panmaon lion
tate of Christopher Taylor, deceased, by the
County Court, of the tato of Oregon, for Lane
county, on the ftth clay of September, 1K77.
All persons liavmg claims against said estate,
are herifby reiiuired to present them with the
proper vouchers to the (Said Aiuninistrator at
Ins resilience 111 Long lorn precinct, in said
county, within six months from date of this
notice. ilated N-pt. lo, 1N,7.
.1(111X1). TEItGUSOX.
D. M. HISPOX, Administrator.
Attorney. sel5-t4
fieferce Sale.
"VTOTICE IS HKKEIJY GIVFX -rji t
11 by virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Lane county, made
at the April term, 1S77, in the case of Margaret
iiowanl aim (.atlienne bkeiton, plaiutifls vs.
Mary E. Haves. M. J. McCiinell. W. S.
W iHid, Charley Wood, .Tallies Wood, Ellen
Wood, Julia ood, E. M. Wood Wm. Wood,
(leo. E. WimiiI, Maggie Wood, Hidtic Wood,
Annie Wood, Lolo ood, Margaret Wood and
fcora I'earce, ilefeiidniits. In jiartittitn 1 will
offer for sale at public auction, to the highest
outlier, in jMigeiio I lty, Oregon, on Saturday,
me zi'lli (lay ot iictoiier, A. V.t 1S77, tlie fol
discribed lironei-tv. to-wit;
Lots Xos. 2 anil 3, in lilock No. 2 (known as
the old Woods livery stable), iu Jliilligan s ad-
iiuion to r.ugene I lty, l.ane county, Oregon.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. M., of ssid day.
Tt.nnS. nllM.t.bil-il l?Lll mill illO lialitlna nn oiw
Terms, one third cash, and the balance on six
and twelve luunths. GEO. M. COOl'lvR.
Referee.
llOOTN AXi NIIKN-CAT.TVnK
.luia hand and miu'liiue made Boots und
Mioes. A new lot direct from faetorv.
S. il. FK1KXDLY
"VTKW STOCK K HATS-Tlie best
11 and larst ever brou-ht to Kn.'ene, at
FiilENJiLY'S.
rpKV IT t-TIIRT.O. HKN'DRICKS BRAND
J.
or SO AT.
I'or sale only bv
T.O. HE.VPIUCKS.
TKI.TS-XEW DESIGNS OF STAX-
J. i
L d.uil bramiii at
FRIENDLY'S.
Ijloli HL'ENA VISTA SToXK WARM
Mo T. U. HENDRICKS
riSlTlXU CAUIIS-Vei-T nest -at the
UL'AIID OKI-ICE.
''PIIH 1II-:ST SIIOI-S EVER nnoroHT TO
X to this market, at the lowest jirii-enat,
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
T) II UGGI 8TS)
ril.L CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
? all it i lir.uiclies at the old stand, offering
uieitriuieii iiiuueeiiieius io customers, old and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescriptions.
A Hew Deal.
R. G. GRAHAM,
MERCHANT TAILOR
H as jr.sr i;i:t'Kivi:n fn,m tha it
liuu of tin and htshiin:ihl elutlis. sack u
k i.. . i.. .. i , . . '
uiu. nr.ii i.lura oeeu oroufiii to i,Ui'n, an-
niLill III
l'uul Good,
Coatings, la all trade,
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
It. fi. GRAHAM.
a riu:r. i iu:.
For eonsmnptinn, bmuehitis, asthama. catarrh.
throat and lim diseasm. Also a sure relief and
permanent cure for general debility, dvsnetwij
ami all nervous alfeetMns, by a simple veiretald
meilnine wliieti curwi a vener.il le n:isi..nary
l'liysieian w ho wa l"ii,- a n-si.leut of hyiiaand
me s..ifi, ami nr.o ins ip.viv given tins valna
I'le sHviho to thouanila of kiniliv,! suffeni
villi tlie greatest p-il le henetit, and n..w he
feels it his sacred eliri-ti.in duty to iniirt to
I'wieni mis wnivu rtul liivKTrating n-nieily, and
will send KKEi; the original reo int enii'mlHt.
with full directions, to any jverson eurlotinf
fftiuup inr n-pir.
Dit. Clark a. Ror.r.ix.
Gl.EEI.KI L'UKK, SYB.UT.-F, . Y.
r. o. hox 7&
War has CGmmsnccd ia Europe!
R. G. CALLISON
JS AtJAIN ATHIS OT.P HIS OLPSTAXD
on i'.ltnit'tt Street and ln-riiu- Iwiirht the
uiten st of . l.mtmrn ut the nrm of CaJli
nn & Oslmrn, is pn-pared to furnirJi all whe
may give him a eail with the brst oualitT ef
evrry thing iisiully keot in a first rla gruvry
and provision stop, m.-h u
M ; KS. I KAS. ( tirFTE,
PANNED t.(Htl)S, Tol'. AiX'D ft
Clii.M.S. GLASS AMI uI VK.
WAl: Uh1 AM VILUiv WATIK.
t-r".k-M.M.i!.Ie rt. for CASH or I'LOl'l CK
(Jive t a cull ar. l v-e what I can do f..r yum
Ti ai-k'-'l f,.r past jittrmage I invite you U
.i a.-ai:v
d livrol io any pa trf t' ec'tTfrce
fw lC G. CAI.l.lSuN.
PU 4.I.M It4L n l IK li t DISK ia
T. C. HENDRICKS,
Administrator's Sotlcc.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
1.1 the undersigned has been opiK.inted by
the County Court of lne county, Administra
tor of the estate of Joseph Ogle, deceased, and
all wrsons having claims against said estate ore
requested to present them with the proper
vouchers, to me at my office in Eugene City,
county aforesaid, within six months from the
date hereof. Dated this Sth day of September,
1877. GEO. M. COOi'ER
8e8"4t
Administrator.
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL DEALER IN
First-Class Family Groceries
CIGAItS AND TOBACCO,
Motions. Crockery and Willow Ware
ALS3
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
For medical and fomiiTuwi.
And everything else nsslly kept in a First Class
GR0CEny STORE
, to inform the citizen. of Fu(rene anJ
the surroundiun couutry that I have facilities to sol
clieaiier than aujr other house tins side of Portland
Fresh supplies received weekly.
Ol the very best qualitiesoMLT.
My motto is
Small Profits and Quick Sales.
Flense call and learn my prices before purchasing
elsewht!re-
S. STEIXHEISER,
Willamette Street, Eugene City.
Cash Paid for Bacon and Eggs.
Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City
FREE OF CHARGE.
A CARD.
To all who are Buffering from the errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, 4c., I
1 ,, ,, M: (i,t Ti-PT-P
' " J""
ftv PirAIK This Ln-eat remedv was dis-
covered by a missionary in South America,
Send a self-addressed letter to the Rev. Johkni
T. Lnman, Station D, Bible House, New York,
Cash or a Funeral.
We hereby notify ALL PERSONS Indebted
to U8 to call and settle by the 1st of October, or
ly costs. V e want no customers who cannot
K""" uutD " eu
I'OINDEXTER RUSH.
El'OKNl! ClTV, Sept. 8, 1877.
mn & STRATTON
ATTHH
OLD STAXD OF T. B. DUXX.
TTAVIXG ASSOCIATED WITH ME IS
XJLbusiiiess Mr. ltOHACE F.STUATTOX,
we llavo Just wcelve'1 new' la'e auU
WELL SELECTED STUCK OF GOODS,
Mukiiej a snecialtv of
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL
AGRICULTURAL IMFLXMXXT8.
We desire to make no grand flourish, but io
say tnat t:irmers cm come nearer getting
ANYTIIIXU THEY MAY WAXT
I St
at our Bto. at ny l:'"r establishment in
v,m aua "'"X u"y iham on M tf"d Urrns.
We have a full line of
FOREIGX AXD DOMESTIC DRY.G00D3,
FAXCY GOODS,
AJNi OK.NTS' i'UKNISHIXO
UUUltt,
MEX AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AXD SH0IS,
And are continually adilinc to our stock to
meet tue demands ot the public.
DUNN & STRATTOX.
FOK TUG
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE I
VE nF( ,0 ,nf" 0"r Wenfli anil the pMi
Umt we hare just rewired dirset fro ISu
I
AN IMMENSE STOCK
or
GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
DRY-GOODS,
F-AJSTCTY" GOODS
NOTIONS. CLGTHIN3,
FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected hr onr MfL B KflM'Vl'T A TT
which we otfer at '
REDUCED PRICES.
Partita will find it to tlieir ,1rnt tn
ami examine our stock and prie Ufot jmf
Highest price paid for all k:nds of Troduc
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.
SADDLERY.
Saddle & Harness Shop
ON E WOIt XOBTH OF
DUXX & STRATfON'S,
TOaetta Street, Eesa City, Ca.
Can be had evemhing nsnally kept in a
well regulated
HAENESS SHOP.
Wens the I'.ESTnf i j
'Tit WelL ( ,.i n. , l.. :
elwrere.
While our harness cannot be excelled, special
attention la calW L 1
OUR SADDLES.
The LA K IX
onti.e cwt, and w h.n ri.,-. ly wrUe
... .-"nu pn.wii..n: having tbe three re-iTiL-i,
Uauty, dural.iJitv and oWort.
LAKIM & BOONEY.
TM-EW DRUG STORE ON WILT iu
ll etce Btroet, near. K iiith, AAM.
DEALERS IU
DRUGS,
CIIKMICALS,
OILS,
PAINTS.
GLASS,
VARXISDI3
PATENT MEDICINES, &e.
Brandies. Wines and Liquort
OF ALL .KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortment of mij
found in
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3T0BI
We warrant all our drug, for they are sew u4
1 resh. rarticular attention is calld t.
Stock of "
Perfumery aiiu Toilet Articles.
Aa we have bought
OUR GOODS FOR CASII
We can compete with any establishment In la
gene City in price and accommodation
Buy your goods where you can get
the best and eheajiest
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLR)
At all hours of the day or night
OSHUltN & to
B. F. DORRIS.
To all who know them
selves indebted to me. 1
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 MOST HAVE MONEY.
.Jan. 6, 1877. B. F. DORRIS.
Lumber! Lumber!
I IIAVE ESTABLISHED A
LUR1BER YARD
On the corner of Eleventh and Willamette
streets, and keep conntantly on hand lumber of
all kinds. Seasoued flooring and rustic, fenc
ing and fence posts. J B. DUNN.
jlyH-tf
LA I5i:iXK WAUOX-I am the tolo
agent for this celebrated wagou,
T. G. UExVWUCKSL
Bethesda Springs,
SITUATED ON THE McKENZIE, fear
and one-half miles from the McKenzie bridgt;
sixty miles east of Eugene City, Ogn. Ctins
diseases arisini; from imnnidence. hahifaiof dk-
sioation, etc. Dr. A. N. Eoley has erected
large Uith house, a sweat house, and a swim-
mgpool: Good lsard can lie had. I have a
giHHl lady cook. I am also prerared to admin
irter whatever medicine is necessary.
Ootid CraSS can 1m lift1 a alwtH-. .HufauM from
here.
Mr. Powers, mail mrrir mnm & liiu'lr fmm
Eugene City to these snrimrs whenever he taa
get passengers. Charges are moderate.
mi A. N. FOLEY.
June 9th. 1877.
AUCTION SALE.
A Itarc Cliaucc.
One of the ht'Ht tVhrat Farms In
Lane t'oant'.
I will sell at auction, on the 20th dav of 0c-
tolier, 1877, at 10 o'clock A. on thepremue,
at Irving station, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing described property, either all together.
or in tracts to suit purchasers :
1 97 and three-fourth acres, all pood wheat
land, on which is a small house and new ban,
young well Selected orchard of 900 trees,
i'erms of sale on farm On third cash i
hand, one or two years' time on the balanes,
secured by mortgage on premises.
Also three head of brood mares, two gelding,
one large work mule, two cows, oae heifer, one
Schnttler wann, three sets harness, one Buck
eye grain drill, nearly new, two plows, twe bar
rows, one new cultivator lmn..l..iM furniture.
about 20 tons of hav, alswt 1O0O hushels oats, 1
share in Farmers' Warehouse.
Terms of sale on the latter property One
year's credit on sums over five dinars.
JAMLS WHEELAN-
PORTLAND
CANDY FACTORY
nnHE undersigned take pleasure to
announce to their patrons and deal
ers in general that they have lately
largely increased their factory and re
now prepared to furnish as good an
sortment in their line as any house o
the Coast.
Special inducements to cash custo
mers.
AUSKY& HEGEIX.
P. O. Boi 4. 104 Flrl
Factory Alder SlreeU
Unl andrond M reels, PortlaBd.
FOR KALE,
Py Jerry Wkey, 140 acres of lanJ five 3e
oJth cf Engine t'ity, Lne(.'o.,treC"ii.
ly timUr-d land; the Tery best of soil, -Uj7
to Ue raini. s of grain, fruit, vegHaMt; is faV
SrrttlTT"' miai tn tl m rlimata. tjo""
attr. A!..fit '.'.tr acre in cultivation-
AJB
lpajvJ u mil t.nd rive p.-i..n innDe-hat"
lv, iiln.fir) en,., farm implemmts. r-itrT,
i 1 -w 'w -rftA
y.r further parlicuUn.
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