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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
SATURUA.V, AUG. 17, 178.
BUSINESS. Matter! of a personal
character charged for at regular adver
tising rates, lo Lie paid Invariably In ad-
L S. 8E.Y1T0R.'
There lias boon a great deal of
speculation throughout the State in
regard to who will ba thu U. S. Sen
atiir to nowed Mitchell, and certain
profreJ Duinooratiu papers in the
Statu li;ive shown a dipoition to ar
bitrarily dictate to tho Legislature
tth') hhonlJ bo Senator. The Moun
tain Sentiml and the Jiedtock Ikmo
cnit iiumI their influence, bo it little
or much, to defeat tho Democratic
ticket at the Juno election, and prob
ably the responsibility for the defeat
of a portion of our ticket rests upon
their head. Yet, these papers alter
Laving contributed to tho extent of
their ability and influence to the do
lent of u portion of the Democratic
' ticket, "lfavo ttio InaiiflVraMff Impu
dence to dictato to a Democratic
Lcufisluluro (elected in spilo of their
opposition), who bhoutd bo elected
U. S. Senator,
These two papers bhhuiiio that
there is an irrepressiblo nntajroiiirin
between eastern and western Oregon.
Thin bit of demagog iieUm is too
flimsy to merit a serious answer, nnd
theassiiiiipliuii that men whooecupy a
position suflicieiilly prominent lo be
seriously spoken ol as possiblo can
didates tor Senator, are utterly igno
rant of the wants, necessities and in
terests of eastern Oregon, shows a
degree of unsophisticated innocence
rarely preserved by the hackneyed
journalism ot the present day. So
far as the Jkdrwk Democrat is con
cerned, it has proposed no candidate,
but Shep. has carped, growled,
whined and blubbered at everybody ;
but McUomas, of the Sentinel, after
doing all the devilment bu could dur
ing thu canvass, and after skirmish
ing around ever since, and ligli' ing
everything Democratic, lias settled
upon bis candidate, and will bo sal
isiied w ill) nobody else.
MeUomas' nominee, Judge MoAr
thur, we believo is a good selection,
aud as o representative of the peo
ple of Oregon in tho United Slates
Senate would acquit himself credit
ably and lailhfully guard thu inter
cski ol his vonstilueii Is. Hut there is
a slight obstacle in thu way ol Judge
McArtliur's acceptance of the Sena
torship, in thu shapo ol a constitu
tional piohibilion. When Judge
McAtlhur v,ih inducted into thu of
lieu ol Judge of the Filth Judicial dis
trict of the Sti.to of Oregon, he took
mid subscribed the following oa.h:
"J, L. L. McAithur, do solemnly
swear thai I will suppott the Con
hi it in ion ot the United States ami the
Constitution ol thu State of Oregon ;
mi. I that I will laillilully ami iiiipnr.
tin II y tliselisreu the duties of a Judge
ol the Supreme and Circuit Courts id
nahl Slate, according to the best of
my ability, ami that I iril not accet
tiny other office, exert t Judicial ojfi-
cat, during the to in for which I have
The abovo oath is plajn, terse, nnd
cauuol possihly bo iiiisundcistool by
the most Molid ichoolboy. ll Judgo
Me Ai thur t-hould consent to be a can
lidat for the Senate, alter havinsi
takriii tho oath abovo quoted, it would
bu a sufficient eauso lor every honcii
n-picscnlalivu to voto against him.
We wilHiave something more to say
in reg ud to this matter next week.
Professor Trent'iss ol Cornell Uni
versity, has estimated the annual crop
reed pro lin ed by single plants ot
some ol our common weeds. Me
finds that tho dandelio'.i produces
2 OIK) ; the ox eye daisy, lll.OoO ; dock,
13, WO; burdock, 14,0o0; nnyweed
40,000 ; red poppy, 60,0Ui.
The tirant unvemeul is tho natur
al reaction of the !epuhlienn party
ugaititt the insipidity and imbecility
of the jiresint aduiinistialioii. It is
tho yearning (or a man of iron to
tike the pla.ro rf a nun ol Uraw.
Thai's the way the Si Ixuiis Globe-
DtMOCTOi puis it.
The Mountaineer : "One Jay Ust
week two Indian Moiling to tin) Warm
S.irin Iteferrstic.u, kuowu u Sisirfacel
C'hvli-y and Captaiu John, nMd a wo
rn in at tbc ful of IWhottxi lull on tit
rppoite side of the river, ll apwars tlit
the w.-aisn was left in t barge of ths trad.
Wij," n while Lr husband drove ths main
wiym up tli Lilt, and while waiting tit
r.'turu of her lu.lan.1, tli two Indians cam
along and compelled her to giv up what
money she had in herpiMail.u. Fn.in Ca t
Smith we learn that fa baa ordered t li ar
reit of tht Indiana, and tlut be wiii turn
th'-m over to tb civil autLonties at tun at
he jt'-U them." These are twine -f the pious
l..ij- utvUt ('apt J"Lu. j
Simmer Lake, July 29, 1878.
Ed, Giard: Left homo on tho 23d
and ot here yesterday distance
200 miles. No Indian excitement
here. Tho Klamalbs, I am told, are
willing to deposit their arms at any
place designated by tho whites, as
they will furnish lrom 100 to 200 of
their warriors to protect tho settle
ments at anyplace in this county
where they Icel themselves in danger.
In my judgement there ought not to
bo any uneasiness fell on the part of
the settlers here. I think there is not
the least danger in travelling from
tho valley here or from hero there.
I'eoplo are busy baying hero and
many will get through this week.
Stock looks well, but immediately
about thu bouses and on tho thor
oughfares tho grass is all cat off and
the country looks quite bare.
I don't know when you will get
this, as the mail facilities for this sec
tion are not of ths best. Mail from
the valley comes hero cither by the
way of lYiiicvilb and the McKcPzie
roule or by The Dalles; or by the
Lakeview, Linkvillu aud Jaoksauvillc
route, and thu papers are usually
lrom leu days lo three weeks old bo
lore received here, but I suppose it is
the best that cun bu done at the pres
ent. I expect to remain hero from
one to three weeks, and may bu home
before ou get this, but nevertheless
I will send it w hether you use it or
not. There is nothing lurther woith
By Hie People anil for the People.
From tlit) Peoria (111.) Journal.
When our revolutionary falhcrs
sought to lay the louudation of a new
empire on the Allanliu shore they
enunciated the truth that this is a gov
ernment of the people and by lie
people and tor the people. It is a lie.
Whatever it may have been original
ly, it is not thai now. It is a govern
ment of tli o people, by the capitalist
and for tho bondholder. Aristocracy
has for its essence distrust ol the peo
pie. All its powers have been found
ed on this Idea.- And this is the idea
I lift has gained prominence nnd ha
ruled the country for ten veaiv. The
people have had no voico in control!
ing the publio land. It has been
granted away lo railroads, This is
the rrisloeratio spirit crysialized, bo
lidihYd, and put in practical operation.
They have had no ear lor the jniuci
plo "for the people." Tho old aristo
cratic spirit has dominated. It has
dominated the bonds, a sort of moiiled
aristocracy, made hereditary so far as
in tlieni lay. The same thing was
demonstrated in tho financial policy
of the nation for the lust ten years.
Tho broad and democratic- idea has
been shelved. Tho whole system has
been shaped to shelter and favor a
privleged class. Tho banks havo been
protected. Kvcry measure cl reform
has hciyi thwarted on the plea that it
crossed souio vested right. It has
been tho era ot coi positions. Tho re
sult has been to separate with a wide
line tho rich nnd the poor. Hereto
fore no such division has hem noticed
or feared. Tho lich were thoso who
by superior talents or by nipcrior in
dustry had risen from tho mas'. Men
looked at such ones, nnd said they
sprang lrom tho people. What they
are 1 can be. Their example was at
once incitement and encouragement.
Uui 11 the lnvs uvss unctjually, this
idea is lost. Kichcs has hecome a
synonym for luck or rascality, This
is tho doctrine preached by Jim com
ninne. It is all the mote dangerous,
oecauso ii seems to have a strata ol
truth to rest upon. Men forsake the
slow gains ol indusliy, or the houest
toil of li e mechanical arts to ru.di
into speculation, or to try their lor
turn s in tome hazardous enterprise.
-i i- .i i- i
i tiivaiii in mo luiiivmuai uas ix-en
to acquire wealth by some sudden
means. Accordingly uli the aenii"S
of middlemen have been crow ded w ith
pewons trying to make up iu sehnn
ing what they lacked in skill. Disap
(Minted i l their hopes, tl ey descended
to equivocal means, and recruited the
ranks ol rascality. Tile daily papers
have teemed with the details of the
misadventures of these individual
who descended by iinnereeiilible do.
tiroes lrom sharp practice to knavery.
That this result has been possihle at
all, shows how de ply the evil of bad
legislation hs descended; aud how its
fulal poison his rorrunlcd all trades
and classes ol society. It aiises from
lorsakmg geneial pnncip.es to legis
late for a particular interest and for a
Thm W no rrmllal arrnt that u .fn4n.ll.
mfr-u Ui nmrb.d and otfeniv prrKrati..
to hkh m man rt ar liahl a. a warm
halh m hHk Ulrua'a Huhdmr tsn H intnt
d by I h. bathrr. 1 U. iltwaa U uts a cun
tituthwal nn. and n4 runliniml in r...l
rt M ill. body, it i. f.H.n.1 to I rvli. rrlt.-f
Cimr ri,1irti raa ).nj Usit. To
prrt m tr.l.irl. t.lriia Kiilj.hiir Soap ia
Hifalat.lr. CntU m..n', 7 Suth itmx Sew
V.k. S-M K druyi-t. Hill'. Hir and
1 Military Ariitotrarr.
Those officers of the United States
urmy who desire that the army shall
continue in existence, would do well
the Baltimore Gazette alleges, to get
General W. T. Sherman declared a
lunatic and placed under charge. A
few more such specdies as thu aged
warrior made conserving Mr. Ban
ning, and the American people may
tako .seriously tnder consideration
the question whether or not it is well
to maintain a military aristocracy to
insult tho people. Representative
Banning,' who was elected to Con
gress on a rclicuchmeut platform,
and who was the Chairman ol the
Military Committee, and therefore
acting in tho line of Lis epecial duty
in suiting down tho extravagances of
military expenditure, has incurred
tho displeasure of General Sherman,
who, by way of being as scornful and
contemptuous as possible, calls him
"that fellow Banning, who hasn't got
brains cnoimh to bo a dry-goods
clerk." Doubtless General Sherman
considers a dry-goods clerk a con
temptible creature, fit lor nothing
belter than to work and pay thu
taxes which support tho magnificent
swells in the army, who draw the big
pay, ride the tall horses, and do the
tall talk ; but it would bo well for
him lo keep such opinions to himself.
Tho dry-goods clerko may not wear
the gold braid and buttons, but they
are among tho people who pay the
bills and who voto the supplies. In
other words, they are General Slier
man's masters. Sherman's handsome
uniform is his livery ; they pay him
wages, and can stop paying it when
ever they choose; and they may
come to think that keeping so inso
lent a servant as General Sherman is
an expensivo luxury which they can
Who is. General V. T. Sherman
that ho should use a dry goods clerk
as n synonym for contempt. He is a
man who was educated at the expense
ol tho people at West Point. Pcopl
who work wilh their hands at plough
and anvil, as well as people i i the
dry goods trade, pay the expenses of
that iiisliuuieii. It turned oul iu old
t ines some nolle men, and may do
so still. But w hen the General in
Chief of llio Arm v sots such mi ex-
auiplu as this, it is hardly fair to ex
pect much lrom the subalterns. The
n'ltl.ors of the Bill of Rights, the
signers of tho Declaration of Inde
pendence, the fruitier of the Consti
tution, all left on record their aversion
to standing nrmies in limo of peace
Thoy saw that the habit ot absolute
comm iiid begets iu military men an
impatience and contempt of pieced tire
bylaw; that military men lend mil
u rally toward an aristocratic contempt
for labor aud trade; that soldiers make
a virtue of obeying orders rather than
obeying law. So, when the Revolu
tion was over, Washington resigned
his commission; the army disbud led.
Thu soldiers went back lo the plough,
the am il and di v goods business. This
is not Gcucral Sherman's plan at nil.
He draws his big pay, and seems to
consider that he holds this country
up by the tail, nnd thai if ho were to
let go the whole thing would go to
smash. Ho said ai a banquet not
bug ago, Disband tho army and
this Government is a mob." Ho do
aerved to uo eourl maitialed aud cash
iered for saying so. It is true that he
denied allerwards that he said so; but
number of people heard it, and it is
quito ehaiaetei istio of him in every j
way. no iiiniKs mai the country can
not exist without the army, and that
the army cannot do without him. He
may somo day be rudely awakened
from thoso illusions.
A Raker City corn-spondetit of the On
gonial! aium up the present Indian status
Have not heard of a man U-ing killed nor
an "Injin" capture. I in a week iu these parts.
This is going very slow- uh a thoitsiuid or
more trmw in the field, scouts out iu every
dinvtioa. Indian allies iu the field, and so
on ! The latest is that the Malheur agency
Indians having heard that W. V. Kim-hart
bait rosigned, w ere not I ing to emno to
terms until next spring. Their stock of am
munition is short, too, and it is hard to p t
it from I' tub just now. History rex-at it
self. First a pow-wow ; tlieu a "solemn"
treaty j then comfortable lodging and homes
for the h 'Atile, au I then peace for a short
cascm; thin an iiicoiniH;rnt nrnt j then
another outbreak with all its heart stVkcu
ing details-bloo,1y mnrxler, nddM-ry and for-giv.-mi.
Theu iuetlicirnt g. iwrals and inv
lvile giirvrnon. The result of all of which
is that Uncle S.ua psys a big bill j the de
fcuarlcas pioneer who' takes his life iu Ins
hand to enrich th cofTcrs of the natioa by
hrtterutg his owu condition, is riddied, if not
murdered ; and ths Indian has added to his
wealth of scal, stm k of horses, and store id
blankets and prorisioos, aud ability to run
over the country in another rai.L
Hits Orrsipall (.oar.
Had th Arkanaas "doct." that "tappr I''
the fat (uan, Uiibkitur h ha.) dmtr. U.t hud-
in nn water linonn.Tl it ".lrr dr..rw " litl .
to day, h wool.l, bit. Mbrllo, n t
U o rn." fur Allan's Aati Kat, a p.rrlv
ivuU ft uieil V. safeiv. but lxltlVr!v. n.li.
r.t.ul.net at fr.n three to six r-n pr I
-k. Nd by Hr.e.-ci-ts 4
Ito careful and b not purcliiwe wanliing ma
chine until you have aeen the
II. O. IUVENTOKT, Agent
IX THE CIRCUIT COUKT mr.
State of Oregon, for the county of Ijiue.
t) (' Millnr. nkintilf. va. Heurv W. Miller,
Eliel U Miller, John li. Miller, Joiah Miller,
John U Mill r,(Jeo. C. Miller, Geo. T.Miller,
Uachel lintler and J. M. Butler, her hiuUtid,
and Iaiuli Hurt and Sarah Hurt, hu wile, ue
To Henry V. Miller, Eliel I Miller, Jonn
It Mill,.r .liuiuh Mill.-r. John L. Allller. lieo.
!. Miller, (Jeo. T. Miller, Kachdl Butler anil
J. M. Butler, her husband, and Sarah tlurt
ami Irfiah Hurt, her hunband, tlie auove naraeu
In the name of the State of Orcein you aud
each of you are hereby auniiuoiied to aK!ar in
said Court and answer the complaint of plain
tiff filerl therein, within ten davn from the date
ot nervioe of thia summon iinm you if you are
nerved in Lane county, or within twenty days
lrom ncrvico you U you are seryeu in uuy
other couuty in said State, or if by publication
of summons, then by the fitnt day of the term
of the Court, following the time prescribed by
the Court for the publication of summons,
which is the first Mouduy in Novemler, 178.
And it iu ordered by the Hon. J. i'. Watson,
judge of said Court, and dated Aug. 12,
that service of summons be made by publica
tion in the Ei'uknk City Gcard for six consec
utive weeks on Eliel L. Miller, Henry V. Mil
ler, John L. Miller nnd Josiah Miller, and if
you fail to answer the same, judgment and de
cree will lie taken for the relief prayed for iu
the complaint, namely : A sale of three hun
dred aud eighty-seven seventy-five ono hun
dredths acres of land, being a part of the do
nation land claim of George and Elizabeth
Miller, notification nuinlier 0.5.V.I, claim num
ber fWi, iu sections lti, 17, '20 and 23, T. It), S.
It., 3 W., in Eane county, Oregon, more par
ticularly described as follows : Commencing at
the southeast corner of said donation land
claim, No. 55, ninniii:,' thence north 23. IU
chains, theuce west 107.&8 chains, thence south
23.13 chains, thence east 107.58 chains to the
place of beginning, containing 387.75 acres of
land iu Lano county, Oregon, and tliat the pro
ceeds of sale, ufter paying the costs and dis
bursements of this suit, be distributed equally
among the heirs and owners of said land ac
cording to their respective shares, and for rich
other ami further relief lis to the Court may
seem equitible and just, und for the costs and
disbursements of tins suit.
JOSHUA J. WALTON,
Attorney for 1'laintitT.
O'Mfr'Vai'WW 'HUIHSBBSWrit M.S.
TO i HE LADIES.
Misses Hollo-way & Under
'Are Agents for Mrs. A. L. JilUmsiiii
ppl-oveil chart tor ciIHini,' Presses, fiat-ipies,
jjliasiiues, Wrappers, Childnns' clothing, etc.
'All this will hi" taught free and a pet of p.it
Ftrodiiee the only perfect system. H
II Persons wisliiu; to avail themselves of?
terns L'lven. 1 Ins ltiiluccuicnt is l-i von to in
rthis oiirtmiity will do well to call ut their
Mummery sn i uiVHs niuKing unumitnincui,
"Wilhmie'te street, in:ir . tilth.
Eugene City Foundry
Crouch y- Brown, Prop's.
te are now ri:i:rAi;i:i) to ex-
TV ecuteall kiu.'s of machine work ; to
build and to repair all kinds of machinery.
Casting of al) kinds furnished rnohort uotic of
iiiut, brass, lull metal, etc.
We also manufacture to order, steam endues,
water wheels, saw mills, Hour mills, etc. liibs
fiveu to luirties wantiii'; s;ich work.
VniTICK IS UKI5EBY CIVEX THAT
Xl tho coi.irtneiship lu-ret'ifoi-e existing lw
tween A. V. and 1. K. l'eters is dissolved, by
mutual consent. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to the firm will come torwanl
and settle ut nn early day. Either party will
receipt tor money ilue. A. V. t eters wjll con
tinue the business nnd invites a coutimianw of
trade from old customers.
milE HOP ! ROWERS OF LAXE county
.1. aiv reoucsted to meet at the Court House
on next Wednesday (the IMst) at 1 o'clock to
consult on business of uiiportuiK-e to every
grower cit Hops.
Hy reiptest of a m.-ntber of lop (frowers.
A. A. Smith,
Pres't Hop (iroweni Association.
ASTONiSHING CURES I
Of Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood,
Paralysis. Exhausted Vitality, Impaired
Memory Mental Diseases, Weakness of
Reproductive Organs, Etc., Etc., by
Celebrated English Remedy,
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
It ictorr HEAKINU and strengthens the
EYESKiHl'. It is not a Ol'ACK XOS
TIU'.M. Its i-lfects ar. peniiiiuent It lut r.o com iL
It is neither a. SI I. Ml' LA NT XtIR EXC1T
ANT, but it will do the work thorwigly and
DR. MIXT1E A CO.'S great suoi-e-o in the
aliove oomplainU is largely due to the tine of
this wtuid.rfol medicine.
Price ?J lJ jxr bottle, or four times the
quantitv-for s.-nt sivnn1 from observation,
um RECEIPT OV PRICE.
Xone genuiu without the signature of the
liropriet. t. A. M1MTE, M. 1.
Physicians say these troubles cannot be
The VITAL RESTORATIVE and lr. Min
tie 4 Co.'s Scial Treatment testify siuely
that they can.
Th.-mugh examination and advice, inejudir
an alas ya, C K Address
DR. A. E. MINTIE CO.
(Craduat of University of PcnnsTlvanU, and
Utr lUwident burgeon, Orthowlic Hospital,
IVanch OfEoe. No. 15S. corner Srrond and
j MKTia strreU, Portlaoi P. O, Box MM,
Or 11 Kernry street, San Francitfn.
thfu - e hoar
10 a. m. to S p. m., daily; to i
evrningn. Sundars, 11 a. m. to 1 p. lti i t!r.
" augl7 yl
I'K Bl'EXA VISTA ST1K WAKKeo
I to T. ti. HEM'KK Kb .
S. Itoscnblatt & Co.,
At the old atand, Southwest corner of Eightb
EUOENK CITY, ORKGOX.
Have the most complete stock of
In the city, Including
And in fact everything the market demands,
Which we are selling ai
Paid for all kinds of farm produce
delivered at our Store.
S. Rosenblatt & Co.
Against Loss by Tire
Liverpool & - London & Globe
Chas. Lauer, Ag't.
Miss E. A. J. Ford, M- D..
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
JaHscatts ol Women.
Office and residence at Mrs. J. B. Under
wood's, near the depot.
Office hours from 7 A. u. to 5 r. M.
TX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
L State of Oregon, for the County of Lane.
Linnio E. Horn, Plaintiff, 1 Suit in equity for
vs. divorce ft custody
Sidney Horn, DefendautJ of minor child.
To Sidney Horn, the alsn e named defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon you ire
hereov summoned to atipear in nam Court and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff, gled
therein, within ten days from the date of ser
vice of this summons upon you, if you arc
served in Lane county or within twenty days
from service or. you if you are nerved iu any
other county in said State, or if by publication
of summons, then by the first Monday iu Xo-
veinber, 1M7K, that betiifr the hrst day ot the
term following the expiration of the time lire
scribed by the order of the Court. It is ordered
bv the Hon. J. F. Watson, Judjreof said Court,
dated July '"Jtli, 1S78, that service of summons
iu the above entitled cause lie made by luibli
cation of summons in the Eucene City Ouakii
for nix consecutive weeks, and if you fail to
answer the same, judgment and decree will In1
taken against von fur the re.icf praved fo-in
complaint, namely : A dissolution of the bonds
ot iiutrimoiiv existing between you and the
plaintiff, and that plamtilf have the custody of
the infant child, .Midi lie Ethel, and such other
and further relief ns to the Court may sectu
equitahle and just, nnd lor the costs and dis
tmrsenients ot suit. tr. 11. 1KK1U3,
5ti2:tiw l'laintiil's Attorney.
FARM FOR. SALE!
4 WELL IMPROVED FARM OF 44
J:. acres, situated about a half a mile south
west of Eugene City. For further particulars,
inuuire at tlie UfAlll) ottice.
GROCERIES & PROVISION
And invite tin tontion of housHkceiH'rs.
T. O. HEXlllUCKS
h hi Weekly Herald
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price ol tne paper,
OXE 1K.1LL.VR A YEAR.
There ts.a tijL-e devoted to all th l.t
phases ol the Imsinexs markets, Croj, Mer
chandiie, 4c, tc A Talaable feature is found
in the specially rvwteil prices and conditions
THE PRODUCE MARKET
While all tlie news form ths last Discovery
of Stanley are to be found in the WtEELT Heb-
aLD, due attention is eiven to
at home and aluuad, together with a Stom
every week, a Servo bv some foiinent divine.
Literary. Misk-al, DRAatTirt Perso.xal
and Sea XoU-s. There is no inner in th. wnrl.l
hich contains a much nw.
week as the WrrsLY Hnutn, which is sent,
portage free, for th lWUr Y. ,u
scibe at snv tiov.
THE NEW YORK HERALD
ID a wnrklv f.Tn,
I apers. pnblwhimr this prcirtus without
beins- authorued will n, aecesaanl, recrirt aa
ctv ioik Ifcralile
Proadway k Ann St, Xew York.
pimT-NEV DEMONS OF STAN
dard K-t.e ! at
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT1
the partnership heretofore existing be
tween Lakia & ltooney was diasolved, by
mutual consent, on the 15th day ol July, 1878..
The business will be carried on at the old,
stand by D. It Lakin, who will collect all debt
due the firm and settle all debts against the,
1. it Lakhc,
J. T. RoONEY.
B. C. Van Houten is authorized to receive,
and receipt for all bill and aocoount due the,
old firm. . 1. U. La IS.
JASQN SPRINGER & CO.,
Corner Spear & Mfcaion streets Saja. Frcicov
Manufactures and Dealen iu.
D90RS, WINDOWS. BUNDS
Weight. Cords and Pulleys.
GERM A!?, ERESCH A5D KXGLILH WI5D0W GLASS
16, 21 and 26 02.
r noons m Specialty. t
SEXD FOR CATALOGUE PRICE LISTN
NO. C5 FliONT 8TKtKT, FoRTUSIS Ou.N.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
ORICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of
all kinds at inside figures bv
T. O. HEXDRICK.S.
Albert Jackson, Artist,
Takes Photographs, Gems, Cards, Cabinsi
aud Life-Size, style and finish equal to any
work done in tie State. Prices reasonable.
OALLERY Willamette street, Eugen
City, Oregon, ovor Mrs. Jackson's Millinery
Store, dec 15 Kim
UV.SS GOODS-XEW STYLES
and low prices. Just received by
S. H. ERIEXDLY.
Is still at the old st-ind and is tirenarrd to da
idl kinds of general jobbing, horse-shoeing, re
jiairing, etc Having secured the services of
nn experienced hand 1 will make ths repairing of
FARM MACHINERY a speciality.
By Calling at the
O K TOBACCO STORE,
Willamette st, Eugene City, Or.,
Yon will find the bet brands of
FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CANDIES,
etc, ever brought to this citv.
LYNCH & GANT,
In Dorr's' Brick Building.
Groceries ni Provisions.
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats.
lotwcco. Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Soap, Notions,
Ureen and Ih-ied Fruit,
Wood and Willow Ware. " "
Buaieess will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established"
Goodi delivered without charge 1 Ujtr
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCt WANTFD
F-w which 1 will pay the highest market pries
LYNCH ft GAXT
. n. OAKEI.,
rj.liionable tailoring in all it. mini
braochet executed with dinbOi ami mti.
Which ly reason of it alteraaU (joaditw,
ia sure curw for rbnmati. i.u,k.
cs, pimples, sunburns and h rati ache. It also
stamts minvalexl lur cleaning ladies and ftvli
wearine atnareL Shon mo Jm mtk f
Harrington's barber shop. 55 tl
TRV ITf-TRITd nrninrr.tiiivt.
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