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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1878)
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Wituary notiree will be clwiveu fur at the rat u( 10
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iag, niy be obtained t thu office.
CITY AND COUNTY.
ItKIKF mi:m IOX.
See dissolution notice in another column.
See notice of administratrix Kile clao--where.
"If you only would know it," you had
letter go and settle .with Frank Coleman.
Tbo diirereut denomination are holding a
ories of " Union " meetings at the Christian
There will be religious services at to M.
E. Church of this city each evening of the
J. l'luvius, Esq., has Leon on a jamboree
hereabouts for several days, and in conse
quence thereof, the mud is terrific
Tho contractor has commenced planting
trees in the west side of the publie square,
the fast sido having been completed.
Tho repairs ou the M. 15. Church were
completad last week, and services held there
last Sunday for the first time for several
ttev. J. T. Wolfe was very sick for several
days the first of this week, but we are pleased
to learn that he has so far rccovored that he
will be able to preach to-morrow.
J. B. Underwood is giving the storeroom
formerly occupied by Grain Bros., a complete
, renovation, and assoonasthework is finished,
will move the express office into it.
Preaching in the M. E. Church to-morrow
morniug and evening by the pastor. Morn
in? subject, " Revivals of Ituligion." Even
ing subject, "Parable of the Lost Sheep."
Mr. Morrison, agent of the P. C. S. S.
Co., called on us yesterday. The Company's
steamer Idaho, Alexander commander, will
sail from Portland for San Francisco next
Wednesday, (the 23d inst. Tickets for sale
by A. V. Peters & Co.
Our old friend, Dr. V. V. Henderson, who
has been practicing his profession (dentistry)
for some months in tho southern part of the
State, returned home tho fore part of the
week looking as well as ever. Ho don't
speak very favorably of the "Umpque."
There will be a communication of the Eu
gene City Lodge No. 11, A. F. & A. M., at
their hall on Jan. 24th at (5 o.clock p. m., to
receive a visit from tho M. W. Grand Mas
ter, It. Clow. All Master Masons are in
vited to attend. Wm. Pbhstos, W. M.
' F. W. Osnuitx, Sec.
Goon. Tho City Council of Salcin have
passed an ordinance for tho suppression of
Married. At the residence of J. lland
aaker at Goshen, Jan. 13. 1S78, Mr. B. Black
of Camas jSwule and Miss 11. Bennett of
Lost. Last Tuesday evening somewhere
in this city, a small amethyst ring. The
Under will confer a favor by leaving it at this
Neat. An awning supported by brackets
has.been extended north from tho Masonic
building, in front of Saxon's saloon and the
express otiiee, which is a decided improvement
upon the old bench-leg awnings.
Akkested. L. F. llolman, tho man who
attempted to murder his wife at Walula
last October, and who subsequently made his
escape from the officers at Walla Walla, was
arrested in Sacrameuto, California List Fri
day. Hear. Tho hammer has been sounded
now for two and a half mouths, and Mr.
Charley Baker has succeeded in making an
"Astor Houso" in reality as well as in name.
)o and see for your selves aud be con
The Mooted Question. Dr. Dean Clarke
returning with laurels from the Umpqua,
will favor us with a logical and stirring lec
ture at the Court House, Sunday, the 'JOtli,
at 2 p. m. Subject "A Rational View of
Hell and Salvation."
Moved. Crain Bros, havo finished mov
ing their goods into the store under the
Masonic HalL The exchange from their old
quarters is decidedly for tho better, aud
their present location is ouo of the handsomest
and most attractive in town.
Runaway. Last Tuesday a team be
longing to Mr. A. M. Osburn, dairyman,
ran away on the street and for a few min
utes the butter and cheese market was live
ly. Damages the load spilled in the mud
and the wagon considerably demoralized.
LasT. Two men started out hunting from
Comstock's mill last Sunday morning. After
killini? a dter thev continued their hunt and
becoming bewildered, wandered around in
the fountains until Monday evening before
finilinptlieir way out. Those hunters lietter
take :piM next time they go to the moun
tains.' ' ' ',
Died!. At the residence of her step-father,
ev. J.Gillesiiie, on the 1 1 th inst., of typhoid
fever, Miss Slary B. Goodpasture, aged ' 17
years, 9 months aud 11 days. She was bur
ied in the Gillespie cemetery. Rcliirious ser
vices by Iters. C.A. Wooley, G. W. Bond and
E. P. Henderson, attended by a large con
course of sympathizing friends.
Tim MP. A vagabond tramp called at
ac-veral honses in town this week anil inso
lently demanded grub, and there being no
men about, frightened women into a compli
ance with his demands. There is no excuse
for these strolling vagabonds, as they can al
ways find employmet enough to earn some
thing to eat if they were not too lazy to
rTU National Gold MuLd n awarded to
Bradlev ft RuMn f. tiie f-st Photo-jr-ipos
in the United states, aud th Yirnna Medal
lor the best in the w.tI.L
, 4-"J Montgomery Street, Saa Francix.
' ; Eugene City, Jan. 14, 1S78.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
President Dorris in the chair. Conncil
mcu all present. In attendance, Marshal
Farrell and Recorder Fagan.
Minutes of December 10th, 1S77, read and
On motion, the following bills reported by
the Finance Committee, were allowed, and
warrants for their payment ordered :
E. J. MoClauahan, $10 50; Dunn A Strut
ton, f.17 Gj i J. W. Christian, $22 30 ; Astor
House, (DuRois), $b'j Robt. Fagan, 8(123;
Robinson 4 Church, $7 23 ; M. C. Fchh, $3;
T. G. Hendricks, $2(j 73 ; S. A. Ogden,
31 50 ; William Smith, ?13 ; P. H. Farrell,
The petition of Jas, Humphrey and others,
for a siilowalk on the south side of Fifth
street, between Olive aud Charnultou streets,
was read uud granted.
The proposition of Fitch 4 Fagan for the
use of their ollico as council room, was- re
ceived and referred to the Committee on Ju
diciary. There being no objection,' all new bills
against the city, were referred to the Com
mittee on Finance.
On motion, a crosswalk ou Eleventh street,
at tho west sido of Willamette street, was
The business of tho evening having been
completed, the Council adjourned to tho 2d
Monday in February.
MunuEHKH Akkested. Nearly nine
months ago Henry Wheeloek, a wealthy
farmer residing within three miles of Chico,
California, was murdered under peculiar cir
cumstances aud the body hidden by the mur
derer, who succeeded in making his escape to
this. State. Ever since the commission of
tho murder detectives have been working
tho case up. Two or three months ago the
skeleton of the murdered man was found,
aud from certain circumstances connected
with the disappearance of Wheeloek, sus
picion pointed to a mau named John Green,
who disappeared about the time of the mur
der. After a long search it was ascertained
that Green was living at Loon Lake in Doug
las county. Deputy Sheriff 1 lagan, of Butte
county, California, was dispatched to make
the arrest, who, accompanied by Sheriff No
ble of Douglas county, started from Rose
burg last week, aud after traveling (iO miles
found tho old mau living in a cabin, thirty
miles from any neighbor, and arrested him.
Green is b'3 years old, and our informant,
who came down on the train with him last
Tuesday, says ho very carelessly remarked
that if they did hang him it would not rob
him of many days, as he already had "one
foot in the grave."
CAl'iillT. Last Tuesday night three bur
glars broke into the office of Mr. G.W. Gray,
in Salcin, and whilo working to open the
safe were surprised by ollioer Miuto, of Sa
lem, and officers McCoy and Day, of Port
land, who succeeded in capturing one, tho
others making their escape. All the thieves
are known and without doubt will bo even
Cayotks. These pests have beon very
troublesome in some parts of tho county this
winter and the farmers in several neighbor
hoods have organized a crusade against the
"varmints." We learn that there have
been quite V number trapped on Cayotc
Ridge, ouo carrying the trap of!, and two or
three days afterwards was taken in while
chasing a band of sheep, the trap still hang
ing to his leg.
The Salem Daily Record of tho 13th, says
that from parties who camo over from Dal
las last evening we learn that a great deal of
excitement exists over there in regard to
Grayson; that a few nights ago two persons
came to the hotel by the long bridge on norse
back, and inquired where a certain Mr. Gray
sou resided at, in that place. The parties
seemed somewhat excited, and acted rather
curious. After obtaining the desired infor
mation they left tho hotel, and at an early
hour iu the morning one of the parties passed
the hotel, riding one horse and leading the
other, with a saddle on. It is now supposed
that one of thu parties was Grayson, the
murderer, who escaped from officer Cherry,
in Portland, a few days ntro. Cherry has
given up tho chase and gone to 'Frisco, and
Grayson is still at large.
We wish to announce to tho public, par
ticularly fanners, that wo are now selling
blue-stone at one bit a pound, cash.
, OSBURN 4 CO.
J. B. Underwood is oniumed in the broker
age business. He buys and sells gold, sil
ver, currency and exehange.and negotiates
loans, on personal or real estate securities.
Ben will be found at the express office,
aud will accommodate all who appy with the
We' have just received from tho Eastern
factory, direct, a largo stock of window
shades and wall paper ; among the latter are
many very pretty styles embracing drained
1 aiineli. bmhosseil, dilu ami 1-ace 1 attorns,
Sutin and Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
paper. ULNN k .SI KA 11 U.N
Robinson & Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and Ut selected stock of wall
liaiicr ami bonier iu Kiijcene City, smiiprisinin
n:Li-t. Urown. itknk. Satin, t.itt ami huilmss
eil paper, which they purchase direct from the
Kasteru factories and will sell us cheap aa the
cheapest. All pa-r trimmed free of dilute.
Nasal Catarrh and Luim'nd ISnnu.-hial affec
tions, and all diseases arising from au impure
tiiteof the Mood. ixuutivclv cured. lr. Nm
vielle Mathicii, the eminent French physician
niid mir.'eon. aud inventor ol the 1 ari piroiu
tr ttlnr-h has trivrn relief to thousands suffer
inn from tluwe terrible diseases in Enrol and
the United Stabn. This wonderful Instrument
was inventml by I. Souviclle Mathieu, for
the treatment of Nasal Catarrh. Luna and
The undersigned wishes that tinnc who
owe him bttle accounts, to understand that
he has tin money to loan on inteivst, bnt
those who owe him would pay their little
accounts, be don't know but he roitUt have
eooucb to settle with all hi creditors.
Come gentlemen lud Jay your little bills.
' S. P. Gii.t
rajli- unlebttd to the nnd-r-uii-d illcoiu
forward i'mu)rlv and wttU-, that the Sheriff
may nut call boob them unceremoniously.
How is That Everybody is talking
about Donnally's Yeast Powder; its the eon
eral conversation at every breakfast table.
Its beeauso it makes such delightful biscuits
people can't help talking about it
Passengers will find tickets on sale at A.
V. Peters 4 Co.'t for San Francisco.
A. V. PETERS 4 Co.
Berlin Fashion Patterns at Dunn 4 Stratum's.
Necks and arms of snowy whiteness, forms
fair as the dily, are the pleasing endowments
conferred by Glenn's Sul!hur Soap. A health
ful substitute- fur tho poisonous cosmetics for
merly in vogue. Hill s Hair and Whisker Dye
black or brown, We.
In the whole Himtohy ok Medicine, no
preparation has ever performed such marvel
lous cures, or maintained so wide a reputation,
as Avku's CllKHHV Pectokai., which is recog
nized as the world's remedy for all diseases of
the throat and him.'s. Its liiru-eontiniied series
of wonderful cures iu all climate's hits made it
universally known as a safe and reliable ayeut
to employ. Against ordinary colds, which are
tho forerunners of more serious disorders, it acts
speedily and surelv, always relieving suffering,
and often savin;; life. The protection it affords,
by its timely tine iu the throat and lung dis
orders of children, makes it au invaluable rem
edy to be kept always on hand in even' home.
No person can afford to be without it, aud those
who have once used it never will. From their
knowledge of its composition and effects. Phy
sicians use the CllEUKY Peitokal extensively in
their practice, and Clergymen recommend it.
It is absolutely certain in its remedial effects,
and will alwavs cure where cures are possible.
For sale by all dealers.
Among the dead failure
Of the past, how many bogus nostrums may bo
numlK'rcd ! Henming their careers with a
tremendous flourish of trumpets, blazoned for a
time in the public prints and on flaming posters,
soon, but not too soon, were they rchtpited to
tho limbo of things lost on earth. But Hostet
ter's Stomach Hitters is a living and thriving
remedy. It goes on, curing ami to cure. Neither
underhand nor oiien comiietition affect it On
the contrary contrast with iuferior rival prep
arations only increases its popularity. It has
been repeatedly imitated but without success.
Counterfeits of it have been surreptitiously
introduced, but havo fallen flat Everywhere
it entrenches itself in the confidence of the peo
ple ; and well it may, for it is a thoroughly reli
able invigurantof the feeble, banishes dyspepsia
and constipation, braces the nerves, cures rheu
matic ailments and kidney complaints, and
eradicates and prevents intermittent and remit
No other medicine in the world was ever
given such a test of its curative qualities as
Boschee's German Syrup. In three years two
million four hundred thousand small bottles of
this medicine were distributed free of charge
by Druggists iu this country to those afflicted
with Consumption, Asthma, Croup, severe
Coughs, lVniimonia and other diseases of the
Throat and Lungs, giving the American peo
ple undeniable proof that German Syrup will
cure them. The result has been that Druggists
in every town and village in tlie United States
are recommending it to their customers, lio to
our Druggist and ask what they know about
it, Sample Bottlts 10 ceute. Regular sieze 73
cents. Three doses will relieve any case.
Iletall Produce and l'rovlvlou Market.
'I lia following are retailers' prices :
FLOUR.-' bbl. 80.
CORN MEAL Oregon ground, ill bulk, 4c.
OATS-tf bushel, 00.
BEANS lb, 5c
POTATOES -30 c
BUTTER Fresh rolls, 23c.
COFFEE-Rio, 20; Java, 33J&
CANDLES t' box, 50.
BACON-Sidcs, 12Vc; hams, 15a; shoulders
LARD Tn tins, 13c; bulk, 12.
CHICKENS-S2 MWi3 00 f dozen.
EIS1I -Salmon, hf bbls, S; 50lb kits, S4 00;
M;u k.-rel, per kit. Codfish, t' lb. 12('13c.
SUGAR S. F. R., 14c; Island, 10(!l3c;
rushed, lSe; powdered, Wv.
SALT--Carman Island, t' 100 His, 51 Z;
Ray, 123; Liverpool Dairy, $2 50; do coarse,
TEA --Green, 1 ; .lapan, foe v "
S Y If UP-lleavy ioldeti, 1 keg, $5.
OILS -Kerosene, 75o t? gallon.
l'Ali n FOIl SALU.
I'he lindeittiinied offers his farm lying ilnme-
liately west of Eugene- City, for salu cheap,
and upon easy terms. It consists of JJ acres
wi'll impnved, HO acres in cultivation with a
young orchard of 300 choice fruit trees.
e itf. St. JOHN SKINNER.
Will dispatch steamer about every five days
Portland to San Francisco.
For amifort, sied and safety, patronize tne
A 1, New Iron fitcaiiistnps
City of Chester,
And the vr.w Iron Steamship,
STATE OF OREGON.
CAUTION. Tliis is the only line
Running Hew Iron Steamships,
This line is the only one authorized
To Carry tho United States Mails and
Wells, Fargo Express.
Through Coupon Tickets
For sale at the olfi of the O. A C. Ii. R. Co.,
At Ilrdnred IUt-.
For further particulars apply at th ofli of
the ( V.ru!anT, foot rf F and Fir-t ttrir, Port
LnL .EO. W. WEIDLKK,
: Eugene Guaid,
f -X'- 1 ' Newspaper, .
(-; Book and
H'Vj:si - Job office,
Rwt? Eu6ene City, Or.
- i l3Mrji J ' L j
A Card anrJProspectus,
Having oltfiied a free rntelligeni'e Ofllce, for
the purpose ot aiding and assisting newcomers
to our State by all possible means at my com
mand, where am kent film of all leading nrws
imH'in published in OnV11 Washington
Territory, 1 have also determined to establish
a land journal, to lie called
The Oregon ami Washington Land Renter,
The object of which 1 to bring I-iuid Owners
and Keal Kstate Agents lliUi closer comniuni
cation with the thousand of iiiimigrants who
nr.! airiv.rv m t us citv with a view to tlie Uitl
mate puixhase nf lands. It will be printed in
regular iiewsiaiier form, eight page, 12x18
inches, and will lie devoted solely to the pur-
swe for winch it is established. I lie first edi
tion of 5,000 copies will be issued alioiit the
10th of February, 1878, and as often thereafter
a the influx of immigration dem amis.
Description of f.irnis and other projierty for
sale will be condensed to occupy ten lines (70
words) or less, and will be charged for at the
rate of one dollar each.
-It is more than probable that from twenty
five to fifty thousand people will le added
to our Mipiilation during the spring and
summer of 1S78. Nearly all immigrant who
come to Oregon and "Washington Territory
land first at Portland, and will receive a copy
of this uaper. as it will be distributed gratui
tously, ft will therefore be the best ossillc
means of bringing lands, and other property,
for sale to their notice.
Descriptions of property for side may ho
writteu out in full, giving character, location,
price, terms of sale, and nil advantages of
schools, churches, roads, etc., which will be ed
itorially condensed to the required space, and
the letter numbered to com'sond with tho de
scription, and tiled in my office for reference.
No charge will 1ms made for sales arranged
through this agency the only fee required lie
ing one dollar for each description inserted iu
the L.lNIi UkiIIsTKU, which must be forwarded
with the description. It may lie sent in silver
by registered letter, or by postal order at my
Corresismdence on all subjects connected
with the development of all portions of the
State and Territory resxvtfullv solicited.
I keep a register in my ollice in which are en
tered the wants of all parts of the State and
Territory for lalKirers, mechanics, merchants,
etc. , which is open to the free insection of
new comers. Notice of such wants respectfully
solicited. All matter intended for publication
in the Land Rkiiisteh must be written ou one
side of the puper only, and be iu prior to the
first of February, 1878. All descriptions of prop
erty for Side will lie inserted in the order of
their arrival those coming first on the outside
Believing that this publication will lie great
ly to the advantage of both buyer and seller, I
resiM'etlully solicit tne patronage oi me piionc
Address all communications to me
T. H. STEARNS.
SPUING & SUMMER. TRADE
WR IlK.d to inform imr friends ami tlia pulilic
tliat we luivo just received diiuet from baa
Francisooaml tho Knstcrn nuu'kt-U
AN IMMENSE STOCK
GROCERIES, HARD ARE,
IATS AND CArS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by our Mi. S. ROSENBLATT
which we offer at
Parlies will find it to their advantage to cal
and examine our stockand prices before pur-
Highest price paid for all kinds of Troduce
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.
ARE WHOLESALE AND iiKTAIL.
dealers in I'ianos, divans, Sheet Mimie,
Violins. Aeeordeons. llarmotiieans, and mu
sical merchandise tfenerally, Oakland, (.'alifor
nia, have reoMitly oismod branch store in Sa
Personally aunerinteml their business in this
State, as well as California, and will lie prompt
iu making gissl all contracts.
Have already mild nearly two hundred Instru
ments iu this State.
ive four authorized atrcnU seitiiiL' from fliclr
house in this State, to-wit: A. L. MOYE, Al
bany; O. H. SLACK and FKANK Jt. MAY,
Salem; E. A. HAIKU, Eugene City.
Piano has already become favorite ou the
ComtL It is maile esneciallv for the tnule, anil
is adapted to the climate on this ('oust, and for
reinaiuim; in tune. In its adaptation to the
parlor there is none lietter.
Have several different manufacture of Organs,
giving the public a variety to mdect from.
Have first -claim tuner, in their employ. All
orders attended ti by ldressing Gardner
lirothers, Sah-m, ( (regon.
(live a guarantee for five years, for all FLuiux
and Organs, if ilenireiL
Pay their employes a salary, not a coinmusiou.
Would state, in answer to many inquiries, that
their ISranch House in Salem is a permanent
institution. Oct. 'ttl
All tilf-wi from this cli-ae tlutt nrr nxlus to
t ruri1. l,..,iM try Dr. Kliier' Olrbial
rd onnmplle FoM der. Tiiew l-ovilm
an- tlw onlr prttrtioD known Hint willrui
umptlan u'l all dwnw of tf t hrat and
I.uhk -indivd, ao ntnDir hi oiu-Uilli in tlK-m.aB'l
MJa lu i-ormrv I'M that ttirf ara an huroiui, we
ill forwanl to nJ lJ-l, "X nuil, pM. Jil,
Irrr Trial B.ra.
We ilio t wat your mnry until jua art prrfirtlT
atlni ut tlwir rrmtu bowcra. II your life u
wih khw, Um l u.-1r in trmi tliuie Pom
dera a trial, aa tl-y will urljr ror y
rrir, for Iwf It '. tn any part of tlm
Uuitil hutea in "ula Ij amil 'm mijs of iru.
AMI A ItOltltl.N.
SCO Fcttj "Tarrr, l:oom.T. S. T.
PIIF. IIBST MIOKt EVf BROVOHT TO
SIMON, SPRINGER 8c CO.,
Manufacturers and Icah-r iu
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
Importer and Jobls rs of
German, French and English Window Glass,
SASH WEIGHTS, CORDS AND PULLEYS,
41 FKONT STEEET, : : : : PORTLAND, OREGON.'
i" Orders from the Country promptly filled. S
oIj,l.ak Jose a :o 3S :
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO.,
Dcalei-s in General Mercliamlisc,
WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
The best and most complete of
mmf Tfl torn
ftfii os toiir'rl'.c'iii
Robinson & Church,.
. IMCAI.KUS IV
SHELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
11AVK Til K
Best Selected Slock In Oregon
S, H. FRIEHDIX
HAS J UST OPKNED FOR THU Sl'UINd AND SUMMER TRADE
The Largest Stock of G-oods
OUH STOCK OF
has lieen largely increased ami we cun show as
handsome a line of ready made goods iu
. MEN'S AND HOYS'
UUS I NESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found in the country, and at prices
that cannot fail to satisfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Uloachetl & Unbleached Cotton Flan
nels. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
STORE ON WILLAM-
etee Street, near Ninth,
D m. ens IK
PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Brandies. Wines and Liquorr
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortment ol article
FIRST CLASS DRUG 3T0RE.
We warrant all our drugs, for they are new and
Fresh. Particular attention is called to our
Perfumery aird Toilet Articles.
Aa we have bought
OUR UOOl'S FOR CASH
We can compete with any establishment in Ku
gene City in prii and accommodation.
Uuy your gissls where you can get
the liest and cheaM-st
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hours of the day or night
OSHUIIN Si Li
rilHIS ASSOCIATION HAS ON HAND
I a larve and varied artuicut of FRESH
00S, nd are receiving every month new
upilK-s tuite.1 Vy tliis market.
,oo Is are sold low and
AT ONE PRICE TO ALL !
And PRODI-CE TAKEN AT THE -HIGH
IT M ARKET RATES.
' (Jive ir a call liefore isirrlissini.', a it w m
troobls fcinliow goods aad irin pri-.n. apl
VKB' NTOCK Ol' IliT.H-Tlie I
and laret ever brou.ht to V.nvn, at
ami fxamine the Celebratcrl
all, and sold on the ino-t reason
Oi Ixwt Imllillim OoM trhln ll rVt ftirTnuNnf
Tli luMl Is vunjNMMIin tifmhir ttilil..l'i rlu-i; to
linil li UiHirull lu tlul.'t-t llidUIr.
n , irrii by . ti.smll lL
ml It U ii tMiiit.iluiiii fitrrntl
known. AMkllll AN MOVJtMhNT.
KXI'ANSIUN HAI.AM K. UkAl'
TIKI'l.l.r KNliKAVKII Oil RV.
Hii-I toui In AnriuH-i ti a
COLD WATCH THAT
COST8 from f ISO to
1200. IiwiusuJ IipiIm rwiJl"
ly, lr Irom ttu to flitt, tml If yiiit
l.lt a WMlrti lor four own um or to
ninks nioUPV on, try Ihlt. Owing Co
our isrut Mie, w art nabiMl to
rliirlh prlnnt l'"m tn (12 cneh
with nn elegant Chnlnattnoh-
mrim Tlwysril om-.I on Kultiu Su-KRI
is anil la VNiiurHcuiiiaat ami ottiot
.UrM whr arruralt llm I. luiulrwL
i ll pirn crmral ntllifKllon. ""1
llwnf liy Mall or Xtprm,nB rlplolJ.
tomirnnrt of Ihel'oiiiilry. or It Ul I
rn CO P. wlii-n tin cu.lomw oilro
mul n nut M on wnnnt. TI'W Klrpn
( IIAINSwnliililhnill I itlr r.lnilf li'S
ml LliM.ani nitiii.i-11 In mi re cold won Id
.ltlOD. Wnmi'tl tho-orliHlll.KlMoAi-lb
ni) t'lmn tlr ii. trnt l UhII In R lt
iiaIiI. tumiv l'o.tllilli-0 n Ilia I'nllfilSuut.
(tell withnnk (Iia r),iLiit fir 110.
, Cliutea flMCi Ko. 11 Sitflith Street. If. T.
.1 1 at the LOWEST
'l'abl eaiul 1'm-ket
FMiinij l Vkle.
Etc., Etc. ,
We invite au ciam
Iniition of our guods,
coutideiit that - our
prices will suit the
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS In the leading stylei.
OIL CLOTHS for floor ami table use.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
We would call special attention to- our stock of
Mens' and Hoys' Sun Francisco Hoots,
Which we have sold for a iiiiiiiIht of years with
great satisfaction. Every jiair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
astoiiishly low rates.
LIVERPOOL & CARMEN ISLAND SAIX
Highest price lor all kinds of prqduce and
Jas Humphrfey, - Proprietor.
LIVICIIT AND FliKD STABLE,
Willamette Street, '! j Eugene City.
TEAMS AND BUGGIES AND SADDLE
HORSES TO HIRE.
Horses boanled by the day, week or month
Ujsm the most reasonable terms.
One Door North of the St.Charles Hotel,
Willamette St., I.lll'ue tlty.
Keeps always on baud a clmioo assortment id
First-Class Ililllard Tabic.
It. V. H.tKEB.
Saddle & Harness h op-
one DOOR NORTH OF
DUNN & STIIATTON'S,
Willamette Street, Eugene City, Ogn.
Can be had everything usually kept in a
II ARNJCSS SHOP
We line the BEST of material, and do mil'
work well. Come aud see us before purchasing
While our harness cannot be excelled, spech
attention is called to
llieLAKIN tree is acknowledged the beat
on the coast, and whi n rir'cd bv ourselves,
"ivee entire asttirfaction: having the three re
quisites, beauty, durahilitY and comfort,
LAKIN & ROOHEY.
ltll-NEVDE.siUNS OF STAK-
ilanl brands at
i ORICCLTIRAL I M PL EM ENT3 of
all kinda at iu.ide ti-,'r s hv
T. O. HENDRICKS..