The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, January 12, 1878, Image 3

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CITY AND COlWin.
HKIEl' JItX'H(.V.
fj'Mr. James Morrison, agent fur tlie P. C.
S. S. Co. called on us this week.
There will ba no collection taken at the
reopening of the M. Fi Church to-morrow.
Rev. J. T. Wolfe will preach in tho II. 12.
Church next Monday ev euing at 0:30 o'clock.
Hon. H. II. Gilfry came up ou a visit t'tc
first of the week, he gave ua a call on Wed
nesday. The stenmship Oregon, left Now York on
th 5th inst, for Portland direct, with 20-1
passengers and 2,203 tons of freight.
Another attempt was made to bum the
Bishop Scott grammar school iu Portland
last Tuesday night. Can't somebody shoot
that scoundrel ?
Salem is having a lively time with burg.
lars, and the denizens of that burg consider
times exceedingly dull if a uight possos with
out one or more burglaries.
'Crain Bros, are moving their stock into
ibe store under tho Musonio Ilall. The
show windows, awnings and other improve
ments just completed, makes this decidedly
the finest store room in town.
Preaching in the M. E. Church of . this
city to-inorrow at 11a. m., by tho pastor.
Subject, '-What think ye of Christ?" Sunday
School at 2 o'clock p. m. No service in the
evening in consequence of the Union Meet
ing at the Brick Church.
A mush and milk festival will be given by
the Ladies' Aid Society at Lano's Hall next
Friday evening, the 18th in'at. Oyster soup
will be furnished those who prefer it. There
will be likewise a post office, auction and in
strumental and vocal Music,
SLANDER,
Communicated.
This is a twofold crime. First, it is a
breach of natural law, of divine law, and of
the implied law of society in relation U the
Prty p.iUr Sceond, it is a 1ire.iv .'f
i:.o same ln m re .i ;.ni d.
h h.ws been comtn ..il
A Card andProspectus.
Having ocned a free Intelligence Office, for
treated
in the
Died. Near Pleasant Hill, -on the mom
ingot the 11th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Hen
dricks, wife of J. M. Hendricks, aged 64
years.
. Born. Dec. 29th, to the wife of St. Jolm
Skinner, a twelve pound girl. Since the ad
vent of this lusty miss, St. J. cannot see the
ground. His head is "away up."
District School. The district school
commenced in the new school house last
Monday. Prof. T. C. Bell informs us that
there is now an attendance of 268 pupils.
Siiooti.no. Last Thursday evening two
gamblers iu Portland got into a innss over a
game, when' one named Murphy shot the
other, named Tilden, four times. The
wounds were trilling.
Discontinued. Postmaster Patterson in
forms us that he has been notified that the
offices at Camp Creek and Thurston have
been discontinued in consequence of tho res
ignation of the Postmasters.
Demolished. A large fir tieo fell across: a
wood chopper's cabin, near Poriiniid, in
which three men were sleeping, Ved;ie.l;iy
night. Tho cabin was demolished and one
of the men had an arm broken.
Hs Smiles. Our generally taciturn ('! a-k
came down the street last Saturday -rata an
able bodied emile tugging at each corprr i
his mouth. Upon iinpiiry we ascertained
that it was a gill "that and n-jthiug
more."
Escaped. The young man, Grayson, ar
rested at Monroe a short time ago, i.nd
whom Cherry, the detective who made the
' arrest, was taking east to answer to a charge
of murder, made his escape in Sau Francisco
while Cherry was drunk.
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Home Manufacturc. We request our
granger patrons to call at the store Holmaun
A, Church and examine the wrgous bui,lt by
W. W. Espey, at his manufactory in this
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pe r. ;
city. They are superior to Eastern built
wagons, and twenty per cent, clionpt-
Reduction. The Oregon & California 'Rail
Toad Company will change its tariir on fgrain,
flour and mill stuffs, iu car loads, tij take
' effect from August 1, 1873. The following
will be maintained as the maxitnunn rates
until May 1, 1879 : Junction to Portland,
22 cents per 100 pounds ; Luper's to' Portland,
21 cents ; Irving to Portland, 25 Oents ; Eu
gene, to Portland 26" cents j Springrjield to
Portland, 28. From all points ulath of
Springfield to Portland, 30 cents. I
Contract Let. The contract fori build
ing a bridge across the McKenzie rifver at
Spores' ferry has been let to A. S. Miller t
Son for the sum f 9,000. This is the fourth
bridge they have built in this county, ijtad the
substantial character of the three bridges al
ready completed is a sufficient guarantee
that they will honestly fulfill their present
(Contract Besides the bridges built iiA Lane
icounty by this firm, they have built several
abridges in other parts of the State, and (their
faithfulness in executing their contract -the
minutest detail, entitle'
at the head of their prof
coast.
nr-Hi relation and it is now to be noiic.d i
the second, and if it be shown why it i, ;
breach iu this tho other will tr.ks care i
iic. ' i i i , .
..... ... urg nMve ii aiK a sianuei er a l.nv
.J..V.J1...11,. jiuyou wisire to Do esteemed in
society for your iiiiuHiifiiw, your aonsu of
justice, your knowledge of the decencies of
life, and fur the observance of them? If you
Happen to bo ill-tempered, petulant, and dis
agreeable to your family connections and as
sociates; if you nuko hasty and troublesome
ju Igiuents, which you have to reeind or re
form; if you happen to be ridiculous in your
deportment and remarkable for silly vanities.
are you willing to have these things set forth
in any and every company by any one who
knows of them? Suppose there to be no fniiu
dation at all for any such accusation of your
self, and yet some how and unaccountably it
is afloat and circulating; suppose thcro to be
only some slight foundation for some one or
more of these things, which if you could have
an opportunity to explain would be entirely
cleared up; are you willing to have that
slight foundation made tho basis of a struc
ture of repcoach, which if true and real,
ought to expel you from decent society? Do
you not think great injustice to be dono to
you? This is just what you do toothers. You
take away their good name, if they deserve
to have one; you magnify their little faults
and errors and make them ridiculous or ooi
ous; you try them on indictments for serious
offences on which they have no opportunity
to defend themselves, and of which they arc
ignorant. Where did you get your informa
tion? What credit were they entitled to from
whom you had it? Did you understand them
as they meaut to be understood? Whore and
how did your informant learn want they
communicated? Were they thoughtless and
malicious slanderers like yourself? How much
have you added to their slanders by way of
recommending and making yourself agreea
ble? Have you broken any law by this con-
duet? I take tho liberty to answer for you.
You have broken every law which an honest
and honorable man and a rational individual
shall respect. First, you have made overy
person whom you have Spoken to fear you
and shun you; you have shown that you
know not what tho valuo of a good name is,
and you have forfeited your own, if you ever
had any; you have shown that you are a
stranger to self respect, that you have prob
ably every one of the faults, follies and er
rors which you impulo to others, ond desire
to bring them down to your own level.
Thus you have broken that law which com
mands you to do no evil to yourself. Second,
you have violated that principle of natural
law which commands you to do no injustice
to your fellowmeu. You. know not what
opinions you may entertain of tho party you
have slandered, if circumstances (as they
may) should bring you into connection with
mm. 1 ou mny lunl mm to be, on a better
knowledge of him, an amiable and worthy
person, iou nirty l;,i.t all Uiat y. u nave
said, ami help to circulate, utteily ground
less. If he be one whom you occasimialiv
no.t, an I even ink to partake of your ho-pi
Ulity, lew .'ju you inet him, and manifvii
t j'.yatds !i:m every seutiineut ot re'iuvt and
asticm, when you have so spoken of l.im ;
one of iro things nmt be true. I'.ither you
act a li': when you meet him in i-u rh man
ner, or you spots a lie, when yoimprcseiitf!
him as you did to others. Third, you have
broli. n i'iO law of Cod. To this law, per
haps, y.iii are a stranger, and know not what
wrong yon have done. It' so, tho kindest
thing that any one can do you is, to urge
you 1 1 find out what it is, 'and to learn there
the sentence of the slanderer. For there
can be no surer guide than the motive and
the end. In conclusion I beg Ifsavo to say,
to this unfortunate class of beings, in all
other imaginable cases, it is probably most
consistent with one's om self-rospect, and
all truly respectable motives, to let other
Catcuinu U'Mbkus. The Statesman gives
the following humorous sketch of an adven
ture thnt befell some of those colored troops
who "lit so uobly." "Tuesday night three of
our colored citizens thought to make a cool
hundred dollars by catching a burglar. Thoy
sallied forth at 12, midnight. Soou they dis
covered a man going home. Here was their
opportunity. The lone man thought he had
found the burglars, too, and called out, "Who
lsli (tat: "tmiidt, came tho reply; "What
iiiuidt? Der isb a dousand in town." By the
time this dialogue was completed, tho trio
had dashed a lnjht on their supposed victim
and saw him drawing a revolver, whereupon,
in chorus, they cried out: "O' golly, don't
shoot. It is us." 'the colored citizens by that
timo had determined that thev hadn't lost
any burglars, and wanted no reward.
AiwnD Idea. While Donnallv't Yoast
powder agent was giving samples of his
powuor ireo to tlie tanulaes of this place, a
lady with red hair refused to havo any un
less it would raise her a husband. Tho
agcit reflected a moment, and then whis
pered something iu her ear. She wanted all
ho had. Salem llecord.
The following letter was picked up in a
store in this city a few days since. We
mibli'.:'i if i.wr ii it in written and the owner ;
can have it by callios at this office and doscrib- :''!.P',rJ.M.'!B. ? RU'n Mn newcomers
W uui uy mi mnune uiciiuH at my com
intr Property: mainl. wlw are kept tilea of nil Wii in? now
IXvr P.rother the Weather Whar wo is air P! published Iu Oregon and Washinirton
::rit aud i suppose whar yon is it air color, i ijrrl'"ry. I have also determined to establish
awl fi well and niutiier is gott the Ins - ' " 7
baothcr John has gott tho The Orciofl miJ Washington Land Rrglslrr,
t tal;e lister s iry h u g,.tt a 'Baby and hope The object of which is to brinjf Land Owners
i.iesu :uv. mi. 3 nui mm you 111 mu same , omUieal rotate Agents luto closer oommuni
cmdijliuii riic suuo your aphockshunato j cation with the thousan.ls of iuiniigranU who
tSUOTUER. are arrivnii; m thw city with a view to the ulti
m.tu piuviiiuj -l l aid. It will be printed in
'regular newspaper form, eight-page, l:18
uieiu-n, una win oe ueTiiteii solely to the pur
wse for which it is established. The fimt edi
tion of fl.tKhl copies will lie issued alwut the
10th of February, l!W. and as often thereafter
a the influx of immigration demands.
lesoriition of farms and other property for
sale will 1 condensed to occupy ten lines (70
words) or less, and will be chargxl for at the
rate of one dollar each.
1 It is more than probable that from twenty
five to fifty thousand people will be added
to our imputation durin,' the sprinir and
similiter ot .Nearly all nnmrjrants who
come to Oregon and Washington Territory
hind first at Portland, and will receive a copy
of this puiier. as it will bo distributed irrsitni.
tously. It will therefore lie the Itest jtossible
means of brining lamls, and other property,
for sale to their notice.
Descriptions of property for sale may be
written out in full, giving chara-ter, location,
price, terms of mile, and nil advantages of
schools, churches, roads, etc., which w ill be ed
itorially conileused to tho required space, and
the letter numbered to cnrrcsHind with the lie
(cription, and tiled in my olBco for reference.
No charge will be made for sales arraiuvd
thmui;h this agency the only fee required oe
in;, one dullar for each description inserted in
the Land lluoisriiii, which must be forwarded
with the description. It may be sent in silver
by registered letter, or by postal order at my
risk.
Correspondence on all subjects connected
with tho development of all portions of the
State mid Territory respectfully solicited.
1 keep a register in uty ottiee in which are en
tered tho wants of all parts of tho State und
Territory for laborers, mechanics, merchants,
etc., which is open to the free insH"Ctioii of
new comers. Notice of such wants respectfully
solicited, ah mailer lutemtcd tor publication
in the Land ItEinsmi must Iw written on one
side of the paper only, and bo In prior to tho
first of February, 187k All descriptions of prop
erty for sale will be inserted ill the order of
their arrival those coming first on tho outside
paires.
IJelievui'' triat tills publication will bo great
ly to tne advantage 01 Dotn buyer and seller, J
respectfully solieit the mtronnl-e of tint i.nhlir-
Address all communications to 1110 at Port-
laud Oregon.
jan5:tf J). H. STEARNS.
I SIMON, SPRINGER & CO., V
Manufacturers and Dealors in
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
Importers and Jobliers of
German, French and English Window Glass, ,
SASH WEIGHTS, CORDS AND PULLEYS,
41 FRONT STREET, : : : : PORTLAND, OREGON.
S Orders from the Country promptly filled "61
jSL DOIiLAR S-A."V3E3U
IS A
O 3Ln Xjij&. 3R. 230E Jk. X 353 2
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO
A. V. PETERS It GO.
3
Nivsal Catarrh anil Lunsr and 1'riinchial affec
tions, mid all diseases arising from an impure
state of the blood, positively cured. lr. Sou
vielle Jlatldeu, the eminent French lihvsician
and surgeon, and inventor of the Paris Spirom
eter wmcn nas given reiiei to tiiousaiuls suuer
ing from those terrible discuses in Kurone and
the United States. This wonderful instrument
was invented by I!r. Souvielle Mathieu, for
the treatment of Nasal Catarrh, Lung and
Bronchial atiections. ,
Don't Hesitate between (Jlenn's Sulphur
Soap aud any ointment or lotion that may
have been recommended to you for diseases
ot tho skin, sores, abrasions or complexional
blemishes. There is nothing like the lirst
named article in such cases. Sold by all
lrugist8. Hill 8 Hair ana huker Dye,
biacK or rsrowu, one.
Read Thl.
Parties indebted to the undersigned will come
forward promptly and settle, that the Sheritf
may not oall ujion them unceremoniously.
A. I. NlCKLtV.
Dealers in General Merchandise, and examine the Celebrated
WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
The liest and most complete of all, and sold on the most, reason
able terms.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer
is a scientific combination of some of the most
powerful restorative agents in the vegetable
kingdom. Ic restores gray hair to its original
color, it cures ilun Initt ami humors, ami fall
nig-out oi tne nair. it turiusiies the nutritivo
principle by which tho hair is nourished and
supported. It makes the hair moist, soft, and
glossy, and is unsurpassed as a hair-dressing. It
is the most economiiial preparation ever olfered
to the public, as its eheets remain a long tune,
making only an occasional application necessa
ry. It is recommended and used Jy eminent
medical men, aud officially endorsed by the
State Assayer of Massachusetts. For sale bv
all dealers.
Passengers will find tickets on sale at A.
V. Peters & C'o.'s for San Francisco.
A. V. PETK11S &, Co.
Oct4thtf.
We have just received from the Eastern
ictory, direct, a large stock of window
shades ana wall pancr : amonir the latter are
rm.ny very pretty stylos emliracinir Grained
I'anucli, .Iv.nho'jjcd, (iilts and Lace Patterns.
Satin and Coiunion lilanks, all of which
we sell encap, ami no charge for trimnmig
paper. Ul.VN 6: iilHAl'lVX
Kul.imon & Church nt the Hardware Store
ep the hnvest and bent selected stock of wall
j .:iier and border in Kugene City, compi l ing in
p.rt, l.rown, 1. 1. inks, ,-iitin, diltanl hmboss
cd palmer, which they imrchnse direct from tho
l''aleru f.-K't-jries nnd will sell as cheap as the
cheapen. All p.iper tiimiue.l In o of chargo,
I.MlllPk' tlll'llllllll.
Picrlia IVd.ion Puttcins at Dunn & Strat-ton's.
jktsoiis alone, and leave to them tho .care
of their own characters.
Homicidc VT
down front Cor
afternoon a m
turner, shot
tree, an edr
mill. It
married nr
tree' att
denOch
day Grr
turned
in the
jump
when
payin
fired.
Arrev
limin
coon'
jury.
Editok Guard : In your notice of the
hmarkets in the Gdard of Dec. 20th, wheat
was quoted as "weak" at the given prices,
and then this explanation followad : "Gen
eral rains in California makes the market less
firm."
That your statement is correct I do not
for a moment doubt, but I can not avoid a
peculiar twinge of ridicule, when I think
bow small a matter affects our grain mer
chants in Oregon. A shower in California
f.t the beginning of seed time is certainly
not a very conclusive reason that nobody
will want bread till next June. He is a far
seeing inerchannt indeed that begins si:,
months before band to reduce prices of wheat
because there may lie a crop in California I
Does an Oregon shower affect prices in San
Francisco or Liverpool? I -..ould respect
fully ask our grain dealers. I fimi no fault
r. Editor, with you but I do think tha
't buyers are p.-esr.rjiing loo '.TiUth rpon
dulity of the 0?;on farcicr. If
'o occauonaily in Ca'.iftrnii it Icz
na to keep t'.e people alive for
'thout b-ead. X.
3IOXEYTO LOAN.
Tbi; undersigned wishes thnt those who
owe him little accounts, to understand that
ho has no money to loan on interest, but if
'lioao who owe him wuiil I pay their little
accounts, he don't know but he might have
enough to settle with all his creditors.
Come gentlemen md pay your little bills, t
J. P. Gjll.
OOMEI
F
.HUNK COLEMAN IS VERY AXX-
ious to interview some of hi'rtnrdv friends
w!ioe bills have grown to extraordinary pro
portions nnd run an unreasonable length of
time. To be plain, he tnys that unless tho?
above referred to, come right square up and
rks the "Sipiivalent" aeross the counter, !i9
''ill take means to compel them tc pay up.-
w words to that effect
or .i
Itetall Produce uiiJ Provllu Placket.
Tim following ere retailcis' prices :
FLOUIL-t' bbi. SO.
COUX MEAL Oregon ground, in bulk, 4c,
OATS-P bushel, 50.
BEAXS-lMb,5c.
POTATO KS -o0 c.
BUrTEP.-'? ;di rdln, 25c,
COFFEE Pm, J9j Java, 33Jc
CHEESE -Oregon, 20c
C V.'DLES-t x, $4G, 50.
EGGS 20c.
BACON Sides, 12c; hams, 15c; shoulders
lOu
I.ATIT)-Intins, l.V- V,.,!k, 12s.
('HiCKENS-?2 .:'.; Hi itJ'wn.
FiSH-SalMOi., hf bbls, it; W ki, f4 00;
Mseker-d, per kit. SI; C"(l,h. $ !b 12 v, l.,0.
KCGAP.-S. . P., Ho; Isja., ICfelx;
trush'.'l. 18-; pewuerer., 20c.
S LT-':.ixAn Istand, v 109 ,, 51 25:
3av, ijl'.'S; L'. erj-ocl Dairy, S2 50; uo coarse,
?2.'
7V.A llroe.:. gl 25; Japan, 7oc i,? lt.
SYltc'I' -Ifeavy Golden, V kct, i
OILS-Kro3nc, 75o t'ca'l.ia.
oe lectnr?i by Mr. Franc's
"lou.t Hojsj S-tun-ay even
'rr!oon were iistved tj
ge tauencei. The lec
laxity as IrotLers and
t there are rede'rning
nan being which will i
i from their present !
'ane in the future life,
i on haturday evem: g
nity and harmony
te sexes, &ad must
d.
Mai ws awarded to :
tt ljst Pil'it-V.TlJ.I'.l
I t'.. Vienna Aifrlal '
r.xnn run b-m:.
The nndeinigne c!Te-s Li 'arm lyin? imme
din'ely Vest of i ugene City, fot t.iU cheap,
ind upon ea.y ten.i. P. "s:Vm A 13 iktcs
well unproved, SO rc.ts la cu'tivatins ffith a
yr.nr.g orchard of 2X) choir fruit tre-s.
2titf. St. vOUX SKINNER.
mmmm
FOlt TOE
SPRING A SUMMER. TltADE
WE tlKO to inform our frienils anil tin puMio
Uiitt ve mro jiiKt reeeivtsl diroil from baa
traoi'!conil the custom nmrlteu
AN IMMENSE STOCK
GROCERIES, HARD ARE,
DRY-GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
NOTIONS. CLOTIOa,
FURNISHING GOODS,
KATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by our MR. S. ROSENBLATT
which wo offer at
IIKDTJCPID PKIOK8.
Parties will find it to their advantace to cal
and ex:im'ue our stockand prices before pur
haasing elsewhere. .
Highest price paid for all kinds of Produce
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.
MUSICAL NOTES
OARD?JEIt BR0THER3
ARE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
dealers in Pianos, Orgat.s, Sheet Music,
Violins, AccnrMeons, llarmouieaiis, mid mu
sical merchandise generally, Oakland, Califor
nia, have recently opened a brauch store in Sa
lem, Oregon.
GARDNER KR0THER3
Personally superintend tiiai'r bm.inis in this
State, as we'l California, and will be prompt
in makir.g good all cortnets.
OABDrJEll BROTHERS
TTave a';.0iii!y r dd i.early two hundred Instru
ments in thi i Sir te.
G.2DKE2 BROTHERS
Have fi.m tetbori ;eil afte..ts nelKng from their
hciwe in this State, to-v.-it: A. L. MOVE, Al
bany. C. 1J. y.LXf.K and I ItANIC 1!. MAY,
Salem ; E. A. UAU;1, Eugene City.
GARDNER ERCTHER3
Piano h-js &'itat!y Ixcolio p favorite on the
Coast It is made es;a cialiy for the trade, and
is adapted t the clhiate on this Coast, and for
remaining in ti.:i In its adi.platiuu to the
parlor there h not e bet'.?.
. GARD JSa BROTHERS
Have seven.! di.7 'rent manufacture of Organs,
giving the ; r.'d'.c a varie'-y to eelect from.
GARDNER BROTHERS
Have a fi"st-ciaf8 tuner in their employ. All
oiden atfndfd 'm by ad:b-essii;g Gardner
Bruthcs, Salem, Oregr.n.
GARDNER BRCTHER3
Give a ptMrantce for five years, for ail Pianos
ami Orgatu, ;f desir;X
CABDNEE EROTHERS
Pty tj;ir S';:!oye a sa'ary, not a coc mission.
GARDNER BROTHERS
Vcu'i! ttate, in jsver to many ItquIHcs, that
their liranch Vou ic Salem Is a jwrmanent
iiistit rt'en. Oct 27tf
COASUMI'TIO
Positively Cured.
onr c-t i'rf-.ib nt.r-.-.wr vwu t,t in
hi Wt wr,t oi tKa r-. ev t. W f ir-
- -y . T j .m.u.ii-ii w
All nlTrtri fnin tliis dirM that (re a minus to
be i-o.e.1. honM tij Dr. Iilauer,a ( eleoiat
ed ConaumPllye Powdrri. 'IhM fuwders
i tht n ! y r.rimtion known tint will curt Ton
sumpHuii p-l all .liiea-'aor the 1 liroal and
Luii'xh - :d Iwl, au itiunir la our faith in tlurm,au.l
liim Utr.itiTiriry.iu Hint tUf ara Dobumliuic, wa
sill I tinmy lultm, hjr mail, puat jwl, a
frre Trial lloi,
We ilrjo WMiH jrunr frjoaejr until you are perfectly
ait-VI ut twir ruratiTa powata. If y.mr lifa m
.tli akiiM(, dun t irUj in nviiur theaa I'ow
drra a dial, aa they will aurrly fure Jul.
fnrr, f.fr la-ire box, M , ant to any pa.t of th
, t'nill cKittM Canaila by mail oa rweipt ut prie.
AUieai,
I kSIX A UOIItIN,
SOU FriTja (STrrr, Buooilt. !. T.
. Sao Fraociaoo.
aw aNai(Hawv
T'lIK B V.ST biiof: kveb brought to
aa taw nwiaat. at U lowest prv-ra at,
T.G.ilENHHICU'.
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V ttATfl (m fc)t TnttA!lAfi OnM Vtiti In th VaVt AifTmrUn
rurHkMsV Tut uitl 1j ft cuiitHMititi f oihrr mt,i,.wi cIom!" r-
priiiDiiitr; rihi inn om
lint) Uhil riiU tuUlvt llitdifrar
nr, xi'ft f ft fi mlril tMt,
mill tt la Hid hr-tB it)ititut rnrmui
k'lown. AMKHIt AN UoViMkNi.
ill KM'ASSIUN HAI.ASi K. BkAl
r-i j i r i i . i 1 r-.tirt.i r.i mi n.
Ml fllKK ITRX kU II I'M IMI 11.14
fj1! '"I ti 'i T1 furMurn to ft
COLO WATCH THAT
COSTS from SISO to
1 In $200. Itkciuml iikOt.rMul-
'lily. from iiOtofiiM), intllfyia
UU a iiit-li inr your Dim d nr to
nuk hitiiity i n, try ilila. Owln tti
our u.o ftaiM, art tntU! to
t'nieth pile nf t'-m in ()2 fincrt
vlth nnelepnntChnlnattnch
d Tlteyftfo uvil o-i Kaiiittatla, btflatm
viS fttid In Utiinifui'Wiici, auJ otttot
.ihcii whflr ftccurt II mo It fiuirfrL
ft i (I v,vn i.-nfirHl int:iftf Hon. tetid
tlieui It Miallur Fxvoii, on lwlUofl)
tonnyi1 of tlto lniintrv, or U wtll
out C T. vhvn llio cuiintitcr dotin
n'i. rfTit fi on urmmit. Tlite Fltnn
CM UNS writfh urtoul ttf VeniiywllttjL
aiitl ;ha fitmn r:ttt(rn hi rmra ciM woul4
rx-ltl'Kt. Vi.ll thnMClmtuaiit Maach.
Chum fur lit. fm hr Mntl In a R"ila
Vatoh without tl a Ohain for S10.
CUiiWa f iaoo, UUfhll 4UUi Stnet. W. T.
Robinson & Church
DKAl.KItS IX
S1IELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
HAVK TUB
Best Selected Slock In Oregon
HAVK FOR haIq
at tho LOWEST
Kutcs
lltOiV, STEKL.
AXES. ANVILS.
NAILS, KOI'E
Cal its Chains,
(ihws, l'uttx,
Tahl enml l'nrket
CUTLERY,
GUNS, HiSTOLS,
AMMUNITION,
AGRICULTTRAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Bla.ttin.if I'owdiT,
Fishinur Tiu-kle.
Etc., Etc.
Wt invite an lam
ination of our goodd,
confident that our
prices will iuit th
times.
S. H. FRIENDLY,
II AS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE
The Largest Stock of Goods
EVER BROUHT TO EUGENE.
OUIl STOCK OF
CLOTHING
has been largely increniteil and we can show as
uamlsome a lineol ready made goods lu
MEN'S AND HOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found in the country, and at prices
that cannot fall to satiHiy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well fillo.l with a splendid assortment of nil
loading styles and fOHlilonaljlH shades ot goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
and
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain aud Oicra Flannels of all colors.
Bleached & Unbleached Cotton Flan
nel".
Ladios' and Gonts' Undorwoar,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the leading styles.
OIL CLOTHS for floor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would eall special attention to our stock of
Muns' ond Uoy8' Sun Francisco Hoots,
Which we hove sold for a number of years with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMINO
UTENSILS.
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
astonlshly low rates.
LIVERPOOL 4 CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price for oil kinds of product sod
WOOL.
S. II FI.Ii:l)LY.
OSHUItN & CO'S
VTEW DRUO STORE ON WILLAM
A.1 etoe Street, near Ninth,
SI1LKRI IK
DRUGS,
CHKMICALS,
OILS,
PAINTS,
GLASS,
VARNISHES
PATENT MEDICINES, ftc.
Brandies. Wines and Liquor?
OK ALL KINDS.
In fact, we hare the best assortment of article
found in
FIRST CLASS DRUG TORE.
We warrant all our drugs, for they are new and
1 rcrh. 1 articular attention u called to our
Stock of
Perfumery aiid Toilet Articles.
As we have bought
OCP.OOpVS FOR CASH
We can cnmete with any establiihment in Ea
gene Lit in jinre and accommodation.
Buy your unmU where yon can get
the lfit and chrueiit
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At ail hours of tne day or night.
OSHUICV & .
Lane County
MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION
fTlHIS ASSOCIATION nA!" ON TTAND
j a inrjfe ana Tared aaaortnif nt oi i Ktsii
GOODS, and are receiving every inontii new
supiiliee suited to this market
Uoods are sold low and
. AT ONE PRICE TO ALL !
An! PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE HIGH
EST MARKET RATES.
Give us a call before purchaainsr. a it is no
trou Die to show goods and give pnees. apt
VEiV STOCK OF II ATft-The beat
and largest ever brougbt tt Kn?n, at
lKISNDLY'S.
m DEXTER STABLE,
Jas. Humphrey, - Proprietor.
LIVKIIV AMD FEED STABLE,
Wlllamotte Street, i . Eugene City.
TEAMS AND HUGGIES AND SADDLE
HORSES TO HIRE.
Horses boarded by the day, week or month
upon the most reasonable terms.
May 12:tf
BAKER'S SALOONI
One Door North of the St.Charles Hotel,
Willamette St, Eugene Cltj.
Keeps always on baud choice assortment of
WIXES,
LiQtrons.
AND CIGARS.
-ALSO A
First-Class Millard Table.
H P. BAKED,
saddlery:
Saddle & Harness hop
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
,DUNN & STRATfON-S,
Willamette Street, Engons City, Cgn.
Can be had everything usually kept la
well regulated
HARNESS SHOP
We use the BEST of material and do our
work well Come and see ns before purchasing
elwwhere.
While otir hftrnrM cannot b xctlled, ipocla
attention i called to
OUR SADDLES.
The LAKIN tree la acknowledfc'ed the best
on the oowt, and when rigped by oiireelvre,
givea entire aatirfactinn: having the three ra
quUites, beauty, durability and eomfort
PRODUCE TAKEN
LAKIN & RCQNEY.
Pit I XTN NEW DESIGNS OF STAN
rlard braifls at
FRIENDLT 8.
AcinmruRAL implements of
all ki!j'! at Inaiile fiirea (v
T. (i. HE.VPRICT!.