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UfT AND COUNTY.
The Firemen have been improving this
mdi iu the way of white-washing the truck
On Friday evening, Aug. 23d, Bishop
''Morris will preach at St. Mary's (tipiscop.il)
. J5. Eakin, Jr., is erecting a neat reai-
4uacou bis lot opposite A. 8. Pattersou't
Mr. S. A. Ogden has our thanks for a
fine let of "roasting ears" brought in tho
fore part of last week.
There will be no service or Sabbath school
'I at the Baptist church noxt Lord's Day, on
': Account of repairs being done.
' Yon want to patronize Lome industry by
calling on Crouch & Brown for castings, etc.
$oe their ad elsewhere in this issue.
The Lane County Mercantile Association
have just completed a very ueat store room
a Eight street, back of their store.
Daniel V. Reed started from Boston ou
the 12th inst., to walk to Sau Francisco. He
expects to reach there iu about 150 days.
If you waut a rii-st-clais washing machine,
,call on H.Q.Davenport, who is ngent for
the Northwest Granger. See bis ad in
8. H. Friendly started to San Francisco
yesterday. He will be back again iu two
weeks with the nobbyest stock of goods
ever brought to town.
If you want to see something nobby, jtnt
go to Hodes' new bouse. If you are a tem
perance man you can get a glass of soda, and
it is worth a bit to see theinsido of his house.
Divine worship will ba conducted iu the
M. E. Church of this city to-morrow morn
ing aud evening by the pastor. Subject,
morning, ' God Declared by His Son," even
ing, "Wickedness of the heart."
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Tr v.n want. tIia lirtuf fafturiiifr mnmiiliA ill
" j ; ,
tne marKet, can upon umy uuinigsworiu uv
the Star Bakery and buy one of Wilson's
Ifo. 8. It will sew anything from sole-leather
to the thinnest fabric manufactured. If you
don't believe our "jaw" go, and see for J'oui
selvcs. The Pretty Primrose schotticlus by Owen,
it the most bewitching piece of dance music
imaginable. The melody of Ptiiauti's song,
"Welcome pretty Primrose," is introduced ;
and, as the arrangement is very good, the
piece will undoubtedly becomo all the rage.
The price of the piece is 35 cents, which can
lie had of Sherman, Hyde i Co.
T. O. Hendricks, Esq., n member of the
Board of Regents of tho State University,
laid upon our tablu, this wek a pamphlet
containing . the address of Judge Deady,
President of the Board of Regents, a poem
by T. J. Chesher, and a list of the graduat
ing class. Also a pamphlet containing a list
f the faculty, students, text books, course
of study, etc., during last session.
A young man named David Brasfkld was
shot and, killuA at Umatilla ou Saturday
evening last by a rough character named
John Knott. . There was a quarrel among
several men who wero drinking. Knott
knocked Brassficld down. The latter ob
tained a revolver but was too drunk to use
it with effect. A friend of Knott's hande d
him a pistol, when bo fired on Brasfield with
fatal effect. Knott wag caught after a chase
of twelve miles into the country.
For the last six months wo bnvo been
saving nil the "poems" and "essays" we have
received froaj different ones until we now
have about awash-tub full We want to
fct just three hundred and ten yards moro
r in the next four weeks and then we will
publish a "poe'.ical edition." We want
all poetically inclined individuals to put i:i
all their spare time for the next month, for
after that time we propose to give all of our
''contributors" a rest for at least six months,
The Gi'AltD office turned ont, from editor
to devil, last Tuesday afternoon, to see a
blast at the foundry of Messrs. .Crouch &
Brown. The castings were all small, but
were perfect. This firm has commenced a
business which will supply a want long felt
by the farmers of Lane county. They are
prepared to fill all orders for the repair of
farm machinery immediately, and it is not
necessary now for farmers to send to Port
land or Salem for tho repair ul machinery.
We cheerfully recommend the enterprising
young men to th patronage of tin people uf
Lane aouuty, and. will r"icli for the honesty
rf their work and business contracts.
THAXls.-Mrf M- E- Walker tenders tlujnks
fa the members of the Eugene Hook k Ladder
Co. and to the other citizens who responded
P pitnntiy to the alarm cf fiion the 9th
inst., and by their efforts to saved his prop
erty from the flames.
EgcixtUncJe Billy Osburn lias, in ad
dition to the drug business, gone into the
Jorse trade. Tnesday he paid $50 to boot
n a horse trade, anl if Bill Hill haJa't come
and claimed the horse there would have baea
money in it As it is, Uncle Billy is ont
. f7 C8J.
Back Aoajs. Johnnie Hwsen, who, for
the past ten months has been working at his
trade (tailor) with R. J. Graham in Albany,
etarned to this place last Wednesday, and
. bought H. f. Baker's shop adjoiuing Frank
- iUrringtMi, Johnnie informs ns that he
ifl gq below next Monday to lay in a stock
pf new goods.
- .XorMrtn. The apiritual bilk threw his
go the breeze here last Tnesday evening.
The1 "cow counties" are not his best holt as
probably awire of now. We referred
kirn to Gee. Lawson and Mother Dunaway.
And, "by the way," Eng?n is abont the
lowest and least remunerative place for
-hoe .hows en the coast, but if there is
able-bodied showman loafing around the
coent : . , :n
J a dolW-and a-half . dar. 'and board! to
CocNftL Rooms, 1
Euuknk City, August 12, 1878. j
Council mot pursuant to ordinance
rrescnt President Dorris j Councilmeu
Hendricks, Edris, Dunn, Sloan and Undur
wood, and Recorder Alexander.
Absent Councilman Cooper and Marshal
The Finance Committee reported favorably
upon tho following bills, except the bill of P.
; n' arrelli wnicli, on motion, was curtailed
v w a pur report ox nuance Committee, to
wit: S. A Ogden, $6.50; P. H. Farrell. $42.50:
E. J. MoClnjiahan, 8.50; Duuu 4 Strattou,
Ou motion, the Wardou was instructed
to examine all the la; js within thcoity limits,
and report any defective Hues, and to whom
they belong, to the Committeo ou Fire and
Water, within one week fro:n this date.
Ou motion, it waj ordered that the property
holders on the south side of Eighth street,
from Willamette to the ally between Willam
ette and Olive be required to build an 8-foot
side-walk the sills to bo 4 inches square and
tiie I.irn er t bs 2 mchoi tl.lo i, and from
the said ally west to Olive street, the walk
shall bo C feet wido and tho sills four inches
On motion, the proporty-holders on Fifth
street were required to gravel the street in
front of their respective premises within tho
On motion, the Committees ou Fire and
Water were instructed to immediately tako
steps to prepare a suitable place to storu the
On motion, the Recorder was instructed to
draw a warrant on the Treasurer in favor of
Louis Behreus for watering trees iu public
grounds, for the sum of $27.b'S ; aud to pre
sent the bill for the same to the County Court
at their net meeting for re-imburscmcnt.
The special committee appointed to specify
tho kind of fence to bo built in accordance
with the contract made with tho county,
made the following report;
EroENK, Aug. 12, 1878,
To the IIos. City Council :
Your committee to whom was referred the
matter of arranging for the style of fence
around the public square in front of the prop-
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loiy iuuseu limn iiiu i-cuiilv ui ajuiiv umi buc
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UUy Uouncil jointly, would respectluliy re-
j)lll t MtA r(.c,ineiul that the tcuce be con
structed as follows, to-wit I The fence shall
bo six feet high of planed boards six inches
wide, sot perpendicular, with facie on out
side, four inches wide, aud can tliroo inches
wide, projection to be ouo inch ou front, nil
planed aud painted. Further, posts shall be
set not over eight feet a part, of good cedar.
Painting to be of two coats good white lead
and oil. Further, that it shall be the duty
of the Street Commissioner to superintend
the work aud see that the fence, when built,
shall be uniform in style heighth ai d general
construction. Provided however, that where
parties wishing to build one story building),
the Street Commissioner may allow the front
of said buildings to become a part of the.
fence specilicd above. Side walk shall bo
six feet wide, built of two inch lumber, with
sleepers, (three in number) tour by four
iuches square ; and further, that all persons
desiring to avail themselves of tho benefit of
the lean referred to, shall comply with the
requirements of this Council oa or before
October 1st, 1878.
J. B. UNDKRWOOn,
T. (j, IIendkicks,
Ou motion, tho ordinance in regard to ped
dler's license was so modilied that the Re
corder was authorized to issue license to ped
dlers or itenerant vendew at So' per week or
?20 per quarter.
The following bills were presented, aud on
motion, referred to the Finance Committee :
J. W. Christian, ?4; T. O. Hendricks, 03.
CI j B. F. Dorris, 83 75 ; S. A. Ogden, ?13 ;
Sterling Hill, ?4j P. II. Farrell, $29; J. B.
Underwood, 7. 15.
On motion, Council adjourned.
Tkamts. Says the Statesman: The bold
est event in the tramp lino recently, was the
way three covies came from Portland on
Charley Wilson's freight train last Wednes
day. At Portland they by somo means ns.
certnined that a certain car loaded with mis
cellaneous freight would come through to
Salem without being unlocked. Secreting
themselves iu tho car they were locked iu.
Upon arriving at Ralom aud everything being
still they tiled off tho clenched ends of the
staple that holds the clasp, driving the sta
ple through aud liberating themsclvos. They
were aceu getting out of the car by a person
who informed Mr. Skinner of the fact and
npon examining the car ascertained . their
mode of egrois as above described." It is
very likely that they are the three bummers
that have been laying around this city for
a day or two past, as they came be;e the
same way. They eeV gta,'les and other
out-houses and beg their meals wherever
they can gat them, or stop cituens on the
street and bog them for "two bits to get a
meal with." One of them got us for break
fast . money yesterday morning, before w
knew which one of the boys he was, saying
he was hunting work and was broko and
hungry. They are all young, nbled-Mied
men, and whenever they enter anyone s
,,n.fhk tn lie introduced to a bull
dog or an old shot gun tilled ith shingle
Arrested and Escafeu. The Indian
that recently shot at SheriiT Eakin near this
place was arrested at Gervais last Tuesday
by officer P. K. Mnrphy. It is supposed
that he has a horse aud gun secreted in the
poods near by, as he paased Brooks with
those articles. After being arrested he made
his escape, bat was recaptured after a long
chase. He was ajain incarcerated but suc
ceeded in barning a hole through the walls
of the calaboose and again giving the officers
the slip, since whiah time be has not been
At Martin's, on the McKeuzie, Augnt 10,
Maggie, daughter of D. C. and Sarah L'nder
wood of this city, aged sixteen months.
The parent had started with others to the
Betheada Springs on Monday previtins, but
' on arriving at Martin s, the chM was ue
Tery sick. She lingered till Saturday n.ht.
-k- Haath relieved her suileriuz. There-.
nu.ns were brought to this city and buried
i Religious Colony.
As far back as 18(iG, says the Walla Walla
Statesman, a religious oolony was founded at
the foot of tho mountains, distant about nine
miles from Walla Walla, of which, up to the
preseut time but little is known by our citi
zens. Tho founder of the colony is W. W.
Davies, a pleasant gentleman, who is well
known to many of our business men ; and
whoso word iu matters of trado will go as far
as that of any man iu tho country. At tho
date oi tueir nrnval tno colony seemea to ue
poor ;.but they settled down on a small piece
of bind obtained by purchase ; and by steady,
Untiring industry they have grown rich, or
are at least in comfortablo circumstances.
The houses are built in a cluster ; some of
them of brick, and all of them neat and tidy
in appearance. The women and children are
all scrupulously clean, and seen anywhere
they would bo taken as representatives of
the better class. About the women and
girls, of whom there is a goodly number, wo
noticed nothing peculiar. The men and boys
are all distinguished by wearing their hair
Mr. Davies. the fouidw of the colony, and
head of the religious organization, is a man of
line personal appearance, mi Englishman by
birth, aged forty-five years, and, as stated
above, is an excellent business manager. All
tho labor of the colony seems to be under his
direction, and an air of scrupulous neatness
everywhere prevails. The (arming t rrange
meiits arc ou an extensive sealo, uud all of
the latest and most improved agricultural
machinery is brought into use. Ample sheds
are provided for the cattle, and even the hay
is keiit under roof. "Order is heaven's first
law," and order is tho rulo that governs tho
little colony that nestles nt the toot of the
mountains. As far as possible this organiza
tion is self-supporting. Bread ami meat
they produce in ubundaucc, and of wheat aud
oats they raise a large surplus. An exten
sive field of sngar-caiio attracted our atten
tion, aud next the machinery by which the
cine is manufactured into sugar and molasses.
The hemp plant is cultivated quite exten
sively, ami from it they manufacture all the
rope aud cordage required on the place.
They also raise broom-corn, and during the
winter season, many of the young men are
employed iu making brooms. They have no
idlers in the . camp, all being employed in
some useful industry.
A feature of tho settlement, and the one
that more especially led to out visit, is a print
ing office, owned by Mr. Davies, and occupied
exclusively in umting tracts, hymns, aud
other matter in wlncu .Mr. Davies sets forth
his peculiar religious views. He is not a
printer, but his printing office is organized af
ter a style that would put to shame verv many
professional printers. The rocui is well lighted,
the stands neatly arranged, and the presses
bright and clean, just as they came from the
foundry. All the work in the printing office is
done by Mr. Davies' three sons, bright intelli
gent boys, the oldest not over 15 years of age.
ithout previous training under a practical
printer, these boys set typo correctly, and
"space" their lilies with a regularity that would
put to shame the "blacksmiths" that infest
country printing offices. Our visit was made in
company with -Mr. Samuel Robinson, of Sau
rranciseo, .Mr. thanes Jiuvell, who although
a neighbor, visited the colony for the tirst time,
and Mr. Tom Ticrny, who had out one of hia
crack tenuis, and put us over the road in fine
style. After a goucral inspection of the premi
ses, tl e party was summoned fo an elegant re
past, and what with the drive and the pure air
of the mountains, we were iu excellent condition
to do justice to the bounteous dinner. All this
time wu have omitted to suv that the men of
the community W'jre busy harvesting tho crop,
and that the hum of the header and the rmh
and crash of the threshing midline wu cun
stantly 4iuuig iq our ears. After dinner was
over, the writer i company with Mr. Davies,
took a rjde in the header wagon, his tirst experi
ence of that kind, This over, and a general
lo-ik at the farm, the party bade Mr. Davies
and his hospitable lady "Good bye," aud started
lor Home well satisfied with tlieir trip aim most
favorably impressed with the character and
general appearance of the settlement.
In conclusion it Is proper to correct an im
pression that these people affiliate with the
Mormons. This is a mistake. At one time
they lived in a romota quarter ofa Utah, where
they were persecuted by the Mormons, and in
humanly treuted. They then removed to Mon
tana territory, but not lilting that country, thev
finally found their way to Walla Walla valley,
where they have prospered and grown wealthy.
Si.t.l.li'in ill t.hni ti:lrt. of tlm Vnllf'V K!Kuk of them
as good citizens, and say that when occasion re
quires, they are always ready to lend a helping
baud. One article of their creed is to help tliu
needy, and the destitute are ulways hospitably
received and kindly entertained. Of the pecul
iar religious views of these people we know but
little; and if the reader desires information on
that suore, he must seek elsewhere. A religion
that makes the relief of the poor aud distressed
one of its first conditions starts out well ; nnd
whether it is destined to take the place of older
creeds, is a question not necessary to ho con
sidered, riestied tar up in the mountains the
members of the community have pleasant
homes, and are enjoying a degree of jiro.qierity
that brings with it a feeling of contentment
that fully realius the ideal of rural felicity.
A Double Mnrdrr,
The Standard learns that on Wednesday
evening last one of the most horrible affrays
took place in Koiehiirg, that we havo been
called to chronicle for many months and wo
sincerely hope it will be many more before
ngain performing such a task. Living in
Uosehurg was a respected citizen named
Wooilworth, who had reared up a handsome
family of children to their majority, a por
tion of whom wera married we believe. One
of the daughters some time since was married
to a young man named Dilley and started on
their journey through life under the most
favorable circumstances. Everything went
well for a time until by somo means dNieu
tion crossed the threshold and the young
wife returned to her father's home. The
husband became enraged against his father
imlaw and bro h r-:i:.'aw, blaming t iem with
having induced his wife to leave bun. The
trouble grew apace with the lapse
of time until the final tragedy
occurred on the i-treet of Roseburg at lift
o clock on Wednesday evening, ho many dif
ferent accounts of the meeting and who was
the first to commence the trouble, that our in
formant, who arrived on the Tot a few mo
ments after its occurrence, could not give the
exart fact. It seems by the hit aiith-ntic
itii"st, that the men ni -t an 1 Dilley charged
Wood worth in a very profane and abusive man?
ner with h win ; coixcd his wife to leave him
un.ler gross misrepresentations. The geiitlem iu
denied the charge in mo-t emphatic t-'rms. 'Hie
quarrel U.m? very heated when Wood worth
drewaknie and sUblied Diily. The fatally
wounded n.au "prang bark, as be did so, draw
ing a pistol, lie (iryd, the ball d tin doadly
execution, both men falling at alsmt the same
instant. A Urge crowd ou gatherd at the
scene and the wounded men carried ti their
home. DiLly lived but half an hour, aad two
hours afterwwd the spirit of Woodworth fol
lowed acrom thai trark'em d-.i which roll
Ik-twei-n life and ek-rnity, The entire com
munity is thrown into deep mourning over this
terrible rerult of a family inUunderklaodiug.
The Indians, in their raid in Umatilla
county, viaited tlx raruh belonging to E. H.
Vinson, oa Butter cstk. Some of the
deviltry they rptrated at this ra K-h seems
to hare a spice of grim lio.nor in it One
tiling Ihey did was to kill all the h"g on
the rsnah and put a nice chee under the ;
Overtaskiux the Kucrgie.
It is not advisable for any of us to overtook
our energies, corimreal or mental, but in the
eatjer pursuit of wealtn or fame or knowledge,
now many tniiigrvss tins salutary rule. It
uumt he a matter of great importance to all
no no so to know now thev can regain the
vfyor so recklessly exjiended. The remedy is
neither costly or dilticult to obtain, lluitet
ers Stomach Bitters is procurable in everv
city, town and settlement in America, and it
eomiHjiisuti's for a drain of bodily r mental
energy more effectually than anv invitromnt
ever preserilied or advertised. Lnhoriinr men,
athletes, students, journalists, lawyers, clergy.
IIK'U. ll)lV!tiii41t.4 nil lirt.'ir t.iMtimntiv t.i tu
V renovating nowers. It increase llu.
eapaiulities for undergoing fatigue, and conn
teructs the Injurious etlects upon the system of
exjiosiire, sedeutary habits, unheal! hy or weary
jug "vocations, or an inslybrious cluuatt, and
is a prime alaerative, diuretic and blood deiiur
eut. Ladles' Attention.
Berliu Fashion Patterns at Dunn & Strat
um's. For Sai.K. First-class second-hand safe.
with combination lock, will be sold cheap
ior casn, or ou time. Miquiro at express
011100. L'NDKRWOOU 15ROS.
Robinson & Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and best selected stock of wall
paiwr and border in Eugene Citv, comprising iu
part, jsrown. lllauks. Nittu. Uilt and Umbos-
ed )uiper, which they purchase direct from the
Ivntem lactones and will sell as cheap as the
cheapest. All paper trimmed free, of charge
We have just recoived from tho Eastern
factory, direct, a largo stock of window
shades and wall apcr ; among tho latter are
many very pretty styles embracing Grained
Pannets, Embossed, Gilts and l-aco Patterns,
Satin and Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
pajn-r. DUNN & iSTRATTOX.
Nasal Catarrh and Lung and Bronchial affec
tions, nnd all discuses arising from an impure
state of tho blood, positively cured. Dr. Sout
vielle Mathiou, the eminent French physician
and surgeon, and inyentor of the Paris Spirom
eter which lias given relief to thousands suffer
ing from those terrible diseases in Europe nnd
the United States. This wonderful instrument
was invented by Dr. Souvielle Mathiou, for
the treatment of Nasal Catarrh, Lung aud
4The National Gold Medal was awarded to
Bradley Rulofson for the best Photographs
in the United States, and the Vienna Medal
tor tho best in the world,
429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Dr. Mlutie's Vegetable Nenhretlenm
Will euro all diseases of tho Kindeys, Bladder
and Urinurv Orgnns. Hundreds have been
cured after all other remedies had failed. His
English Dandelion Fills have no equal in all
cases of Diseased Liver, Dyspepsia or any
Billions Derangement. Many of your leading
citizens of this city will vouch as to their
virtues. To be had by all druggists
Ail l'uleniublc Truth.
Yon deserve to suffer, and if you lead a
miserable, unsatisfactory life iu the beautiful
world, it is entirely your own fault there is
only one excuse for you, your unreasonable
prejudice anil skepticism, which has killed
thousands. Personal knowledge and common
reasoning will soon show you that Green's Au
gust Flower will cure you of Liver Complaint,
or Dyspepsia, with all iu miserable elTeets,
such as sick headache, palpitation of the heart,
sour stomach, hibitual costiveness, dizziness of
the head, nervous prostration, low spirits, ic.
Its sales now reach every town on the Western
Continent and not a Druggist but will tell you
of its wounderful cures. You can buy a Sam
ple Bottle for 10 cents. Three doses will re
a fki:i; run:
For uonsumption. bronchitis, asthama, catarrh,
throat and lung diseases. Also a sure relief and
permanent cure for general debility, dyspepsii
and all nervous affections, by a simple vegetable
medicine which cured a venerable missionary
Physician who was long a resident of Syria and
the East, and who has freely given this valua
ble specific to thousands of kindred sufferers
with the greatest possible benefit, and now he
feels It his sacred christian duty to impart to
others this wonderful invigorating remedy, and
will send FREE the original receipt oomplete,
with full directions, to any person enclosing
stamp for reply.
DM, CLARK A. BOBBIN,
Gueklet Block, Svhaclsk, N. Y.
P. O. Box 70.
will ruin roNsi.tirrio.
To all suffering from the following diseases a
ray of hope is offered through the kindness of a
missionary friend who has sent me the formula
of a purely vegetable medicine which has long
been used by tho native medicine men of Hin
dustan j for the jiositive and radical cure of
Consumption, Hronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, T hroat and Lung difficulty, Gener
al Debility, Loss of Manhood ad all Nervou
Alfeotloiis, its power has been tested ill hunt
dreds of cases without a failure. I note feel is
my sacred duty as far as imssiblc to relieve hu
man misery and will Bend the reciiie Fiikk of
I'HAluiKto any person who may desire it with
directions for using. Sent by return mail by
addressing with '.' stamps naming this pajM'r,
Dr. O. li. Brigham, Drawer 28, Utica, N, Y,
September 'A 77-ly.
In the wiiou HixToiir ok Medicine, no
preparation has ever jwrforined such Mfcrvcl.
Ions cures, or maintained so wide a reputation,
as Ater'8 Chekky Peciokal, which is recog
nised as 'the world's remedy for all diseases of
the throat and lungs. Its lung-continued series
of wonderful cures in all climates has mads it
universally known as a safe and reliable agent
to employ. Against ordinary colds, which are
the forerunners of more serious disorders, it act
speedily nnd surely, always relieving suffering,
and often saving life. The protection it affords,
by its timely use in the throat ami lung dis
orders of children, makes it an invaluable rem
edy to bs kept always on hand in every home.
No person can afford to lie without it, and those
who have once used it never will. From their
knowledge of its aomixwition and effects, Phy
sicians use the Cimum i'r.ciouAI. extensively lit
their practice, and Clergymen reoommend it.
It i absolutely certain in its remedial effects,
and will alwavs cure where cures are possible.
For sale by all dealers.
War has commenced in Europe!
R. G. CALLISON
IS AGAIN AT1I IS OLD HISOLDSTAN D
on i.jametie Street and having bought the
interest t W. T, Osburu ij) the firm of (,'alli
son k Unburn, i prepared to furnuh all who
may give him a call with the best quality of
every thing usually kept ia a first class gruoery
and provi-wn storj, such a
SUGARS. TEAS, COFFEE,
CANNED GOODS, TOBACCO It
CIGARS, GLASS AND QUEENS
WARE. WOOD AM) WILLOW WARE,
at reasonable rites .ir CASH or PRODUCE.
(five me a call and see what I can do for you
Thankful for past uMromtge I invite you to
G1 delivered fi aj.y part of the city free
of charge. R. G- CALLISON.
1XIOTS A.Mr KIIOKM-CALIFUl
I uia hni' I and machine made Boots and
A nar Lt iltrwt from f.tctirV.
n. H. FRIENDLY
KOSEBURG AND SAN JUAN LIME
for sale by T. G. HENDRICKS.
rTMIE BUST MIOi: KVFB BRwl'GHT TO
L to tiu mi ket, t lit loe prtmmt,
LOK bMtBIL .ntllflltJDhlill,
S. H, FRIENDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
OUU STOCK OF
has Wen largely Increased and we can show as
handsome a line of ready made goods iu
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found in the country, anil at prices
that cannot tail to satisfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles and fashionable simile of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain aud Opera Flannels of all colors.
Hlenclii'il it Unbloncliod Cotton Flan
Ladios' and Gonts' Undorwoar,
SHAWLS and SCAKFS;
Robinson At Church, .
SHELF& HEAVY II VKDWAKK
Rest Selected stock (..Oregon
O ZLn 3Ln j&l 3FS. DC!
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO,
Dealers in General Merchandise, nnd examine, the Celebrated
WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
Tho best and most complete of all, and sold on the most reason
WAGONS, HACKS AND BUCCIES I
ON HAND, AND MADE TO ORDER OF TIIE BEST EASTERN MATERIAL.
As our Facilities are equal to any Establishmet In the Slate,
We can Promise our Patrons First-Class Work in every Respect.
RErAinmo done ojX short notice.
GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, AS YOU WILL FIND
THE PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Factory corner Olive and Seventh
A. HUNT, Proprietor,
Simp ou Willamette street, '.'nd door north
ot Hardware store, r.ugene t ity, Or.
I will hereafter keep a complete stock of
AND - i
iinltrrM, Cloth and Kid,
MlpiMTM, white and black,
MEN'S & BOYS'
yiNK AND HEAVY'
BOOTS & SHOES
QF ALL KINDS,
And In fact everything in tho BOOT and
SHOE line, to which intend to devote my
Were manufactured to urder,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And fruaraiteed as repremmted, ami will lie
sold for the lowest prices that a good article
aau be afforded. aprl7-7Htf A. IU VI'.
j Walrlifi and
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Wat'he, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northweitt corner of Willamette
and Eighth street. feb'J tf
If you wUb to buy your good cheap, you mimt
l(o to the store of
They keep one of the Urgent stock of
Outnide of Portland, and they sell good cheap
er than it can be bou(ht anywhere in th. Wil
The firm of Lurch lima, oonnUU of Aaron
Lurch and Ren Lurch.
Ha taken jxaweadon of th
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS.
Hores fed snd boarded by the week or day.
HORSES ANDBl'COIESFOR HIHE.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the leading styles.
OIL CLOTHS for floor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would call secial attention to our stock of
Mens' and Hoys' Sun Francisco Hoots,
Which we have sold for a number of yearswltU.
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FAKMIM
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS.
And all choice i A.M1LV UKOCt.UlJ'.S J
astouishlv low rates.
LIVERPOOL & CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lor ull kinds of produce and
HAVE FOR aW
llat the LOWEST
IKON, STEEL, ,
T'abl ennd Pocket
W invito an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
prices will suit the
Streets, Eugene City, Oregon.
Kinsey & Page.
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City, Oregon
A I.urge Stock of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PEICES.
UMiAHt market price paid for all kind m
PRODUCE, HIDES and FURS.
LIFE OF TRADE!
mi.I. DO WORK CHEAPER Uuui any other
Y V .hop ia town.
HORSES SHOD FOR $150,
With new material, all round. ReMttinf old hoea
A II warranted ( aatlnlactloa.
Shop on the Corner of 8th turf
Eugene City lircwerj.
MATH I AS MKLLEH. Pro'p.
I ao prepared to 811 .11 ocler for
OFA SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Cvne n! fe for Tour:!'.
A rood srtHe !
i o rcuBimeii'Utioi.
oa Monday last.