Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1878)
Simple annoUBosmsBt of birth, ma
, -. Ad dantlH"1" Without sluirg.
.?.tM wul b obwnd fur at th rat of 10
ff,auinsBo responsibility for lw prsed
mntfUoopiwoftheOOAEU.Inwnipfuri for null-
Bf , UiaJT n
CITY AMD COUNTY.
1 1. BRIE' ffCCTiOff.
Alt. Stowell i preparing an elaborate es
tlj upon the lubjoct of Limbcrger cheese.
A fchooluiMter excuse whipping upon the
ground that he consider it teru justice,
V. 3. Carter, the State Printer elect, has
Jot the contract for doing the printing to E.
. jl. Waite, of Salem.
The railroad company will pass all who
wish to attend the Teachers' Institute, at
this place, at half fare rates.
On Thursday, S. H. Friendly returned
,from San Francisco where he has purchased
a splendid stock of goods for the Full trade.
CoL Jo. Teal spent several days in this
jcity during last and this week. It reminds
at of old times to see the CoL upon our
Up to the time Emerson thoughtlessly
.wrote, "Every natural action is graceful,"
no woman had ever sat on the edge of a rock
On the evening of September 6th there
-will be a social dancing party at Lane's HalL
A general invitation is extended. . Dancing
to commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets $1,
Uncle Jimmy Goodchild presented this
.office this week with some of the finest
peaches of the season. He knows just how
to grow fine fruit and always has the best.
Rev. Dr. G. H. Atkinson, of Portland,
will lecture fnext Monday evening at the
Brick Church ' uudor the ampioea of the
Teachers' lustitute. Subject: "Law of Food
especially us applied to mind Food."
There will be preaching at the Baptist
Church to-morrow morning and evening by
the pastor. Subject for morning, "Drawing
near to God." In the evening, "The com
iug of Christ and our preparation therefor."
Harvest is rapidly progressing, and the
wheat crop, both in yield and quality, is
much better than was anticipated two months
ago. Considerable quantities of wheat is
coming in, mostly for Btorage, buyers only
offering 7(1 cents, and farmers holding for a
All teachers expecting to attend the Dis
trict Teachers Institute at this place on the
th, 6th, and 7th of September, will please
eend their names to Mrs. Mary Spiller, chair
man of committee on entertainment, so that
she can make arrangements for their free ac
.Steinheiaciv is again on hand at the old
stand with an entirely uiw and fresh stock
of groceries, provisions, canned goods, fruits,
etc., and is daily receiving additions to his
stock, and says that he will sell for cash
cheaper than anybody. Go and convince
yourselves that this is not empty "jaw borier
Mr. J. A. Win tor showed us a few days
. . ago some of the finest pictures we ever saw.
Ver clear, shaip and perfect outline aud ar
tistic liniah, they cannot ba excelled by any
.other artist on this coast.. It is not neces
sary to seud abroad to have pictures enlarged
when you can get it done at home far cheap'
,er and in much better stylo.
Lost. On. the 23d inst., between Hunt's
shop and Eleventh street, a pair of children's
shoes and stockings. Anyone haviug found
the same will confer a favor by leaving them
at this office.
Akrkstkd. Last Tuesday evening Sherjl)'
Eakin arrested a man upon suspicion of his
J)ejng one of the Portland murderers. After
a careful examination, he was discharged, it
.being evident that he was the wroug man.
Minstrels. Morrell's minstrels performed
in this city last Saturday evening. Their
performance is far above the average of this
- class of amusements, and we heartily com
mend them to the patronage of the fun lov
ing pnblic wherever they go.
Runaway. Mr. Geo. Thurston's team ran
away near Springfield yesterday morning,
.and running off a grade, horses and wagon
got considerably mixed up. The horses were
extricated without serious injury, bnt the
wagon rolled down the hill and was badly
... 1 n!tt
1iKD. At ner residence, nunr hi .,
on Monday last Mrs. Elenor Blair, wife of
P. F. Blair, in her 69th year,
Mrs. Blair fell and broke ber cnkle in
July, 1877, and has been helpless, suffering
intensely up to the time of ber death. Mrs.
" B. was born in Kentucky in .1810, and came
with her husband to Oregon in 1847. They
settled at Pleasant HilL and remained there
until 1851. then .took claim a mile north of
this city, upon which they have lived ever
.since. She leaves husband, several clul
lren and a large circle of friends to mourn
her loss. .
An Attmvted Robbebt. On last Sunday
night, ays the Signal, Mrs. Bond wa aroused
from her sleep by a noise as if some one wa in
an adjoining room. Aherhusbandiabntcher
and accustomed to being out late, and a he bad
not come in yet, Mr, Bond ropposed that it
was him just returning. She called her hus
' band name to accertaia if it were him, but
elicited no response Thinking strange of this,
he lit a lamp and went out through the room
where she had. heard the noise, and seeing no
.one in the room, the proceeded to the door just
ia time to see a man pew around the barn, the
direction in which her husband generally went
in potting up his ljornes, Pfcfll thinking it was
-Mr. Bond, she retired ,tuc. and had fallen
wleep, wbn htnu ;r.dn aroused by some
in the building. She proceeded at once
with the light to the room, and came face to
face with an unknown man, who after standing
awhile, pawed around Mr. Bond nd out the
door without ppeaking word, and without any
apparent uneasjnn or hurry. I it not high
time that our City Father are enacting "
(front "low? Ws ahould place wnrstlTe under
the protection of a law which will reach the
vasahrmH miA tnmra Mm ther are prot-
fired the opportunity of committing robberies
In Cresswell, Oregon, July 25th, 1878,
Cora Ellen, daughter of J. P. and M. C.
Curren, aged two years, three months aud
Cora thou wast mild and lovely,
Gentle as a summer's breeze,
Joyful as the birds of morning
A they nit among the tree.
Cora thou bast drooped and faded,
God has taken thee above
Oh 1 thou wast a lovely flower,
Full of tender, childlike love.
Cora thou hast Rone before us,
But thou wavest thy little hand,
Beck'uing us to come to heaven,
To that world, the spirit land,
Cora we expect to meet thee,
With the angel robed in white,
Where th flower never fadeth,
And the day is always light.
In Union, Union county, Oregon, Ethel,
only child of Mr. aud Mr, Robert Eakin.
aged 1 year, 3 mouth aud 6 day.'
Cinnabar Mines in Douglas County.
The attention of the public u called to
the ad. in our coin nins of the quicksilver
mining company just started, uuder the aus
pices of aoiuo of our own citizens, in Doug
las county, Oregon. We find upon enquiry
that the company, after prospecting a rich
mine, and getting their company incorpo
rated, about 18 miles south of Roseburg,
found that they could purchase the rich cin
nabar mine called the Nonpareil, near Oak
land, have done so and took that into their
company with all it rich lodes and works,
and a toon as they can gut a furnace in place
of the retort now on the works, they will be
able to turn out several hundred pounds of
the pure motul in every 24 hours. The pres
ent works comprise 330 feet of tunnel, half
a mile of flume and pipe, water taiik, retort
and building, blacksmith shop and tools, a
railroad from retort into the mine and all the
tools necessary to carry on the works on an
extensive scale, especially when they get one
or two furnaces of the improved kind, which
they are now trying to do by selling a few
share of stock at one dollar a share.
Institute. We learn from the Executive
Committee of the approaching District In
stitute, that most of the arrangement have
been perfected enough to warrant the opin
ion that the Institute will be a success. The
day sessions will be held jn the publio school
building, beginning at 9 A, M., aud will be
devoted to institute work, proper instruction
iu the methods of teaching, school manige
mcnt, etc. The evenings will be given to
lectures, essays and music, in the brick
church. On Friday evening Rev. Joseph
McCorniick will lecture on " Christian Edu-
cation. An essay may also be expected on
that evening from some member of the Insti
tute. The announcement fur Saturday even
ing will be ninde during the sessions of the
Institute. Profs. McElroy and Milner of
Corvallis, and Dr. Brown of Rospbu-g have
promised to be present aud tako part iu the
work of the Institute, The 0. & C. 11, It.
give return tickets free to those coming to
the Institute over their hue.
I - -"T "--.
Only a Scare. We learn by private let
ter, written by H. C. Ferkia, that a por
tiou of his surveying party got pretty badly
cared by Indians while crossing the moun
tains. Three of the boy were ome distauce
behind the rest of the party when five or ix
Indians, with breech-loading guns andl their
faces paiuted, came rushing out into the road
aud ha led them. The reds were in scorcn
of an Indian who bad stolen a horse from
them. After inquiring of the boy if they
had sceu such an individual the Indians rode
on. Clay say the boy didn't insist on the
sjwosne staying at all, but considered them
selves lucky to get out of that without hav-
ing their "hr" raised.
Attn Amputated. Some tim ago Mr. Ed.
Carwright had a large and malignant tumor re
moved from one of hi arms. While stopping
at th Chemeketa hotel in Saloin last week he
CAme near bleeding to death by the rupture of
a small artery. A few day ago Mr. Cartwright
wa brought to thi city and taken to bt V in
cent's hospital, his condition not Improving.
Tuesday, Dr. Jones, assisted by Drs. Watkius
and Rex, amputated the limb at the hospital.
The arm wa taken off at the shoulder. The
operation wa a difficult one, but wa performed
in a very skillful manner. Mr. Cartwright 1
lying at the hospital in a critical condition.
Baker City, August 20,-Capt. Keepsy, of
Keeney' Snake river ferry, an old coaster who
scent the summer alone at a ranch on ulow
creek, guarding property against Indians, was
found dead yesterday evening accidently shot.
ts:. i,.;n7 .vi,l,.ntlv fallen from a host
ler to the ground, going off and the ball trying
bim in the groin. From the appearance of the
ground for everal rods, Capt keenT had suf
fered terribly before relieved by death. ITie
body had Ljip several nays wueu
Overtasking the Energies.
It a not advisable for any of us tp overtask
our energies,- corporeal or mental, but in the
" ?..: uualth nr fame or knowledge.
l. J...... tnnni thi salutary rule. It
must be matter of great importance to all
" , : j . I... h., thev can regain the
ZrlW expended, Jh,wdjta
nether cortly or dinicult toobtai. Hos
eitv. townTand ettlcment in America, and it
compensate, for a drain o bodily r menu
eneiiv more effectually than apT inrisorant
evn prescribed or advertised, loonug men,
athletes, students, journalUls, lawyers, clergy -Miucvc.,
'.f'u.., t,timonT to its won-
droTJy 'renovating power It increMe. the
capabiliOe. for undergoing fatigue and Icoun
tets th injurious ettecU upon
K iKWtT diuretie and blood depur
v.i r.t.rrh .nd Luna-and Bronchial affec
tion, and all dee. ariring.from import
state of th. blood, pcitively cured. Dr. Sou
vieU. Mathieu,tM.mme '.rsr--
d sur . inyeouw of th. Pari. pironv
.Crivei relief to thousand, suffer
ing from those terrible'
M.- rfuMM m Europe ana
thi United State. ThJ. wonoerrui u""?"
;mwc- ------ Mathie at
S K-alCrrh. Lung and
rriHE UNDERSIGNED. WISHLNGTO
' 1 1 " v... ;n ii .kmii three mares,
blood; twe set of hame, one U
ltaftv fam wagon. The wagon ha. a imc
, -Ij u;nr W within. To b
nornsT BntT N. & Carmcx
Exporti from Oregon.
The lollowinz, from a reocnt report
of the Portland Board of Trade, i
aynopfiia of the exports from Oregqn
during the yearn 1877 8:
Salmon export to San Franoisoo for 1877-8,
171,324 cae, value.! at 1980,930. ,
Wheat flour, oat, hops, potatoes, lumber,
hidos, pickled taliDon, treasure, and all other
domestio product, except cuu auu wooi,
from the Columbia river to Sau Francisco,
valued at 3,7d5,6S7.
Coals, lumber aud other product from
Coo Boy and the coast of Oregon, valued at
Wool, via San Francisco, value, JD08.S05,
A grand total via San Francisco of $6,124,-
491 an increase over the exports of 186-7 of
Wheat and flour export direct to the
United Kingdom 112,697 tons of wh-iat,
and 32,617 barrels of flour, valued at (4,872,
927. Canned salmon export direct from the
Columbia river to Great Britain, valued at
f 1,326,056. Beef and mutton-canned and
nncauned-valued at f 143,895.
Wheat, flour and other product exportei
to the Sandwhich Islands, Puget bound,
British Columbia, Alaska, and eles where,
valued at $637,636.
Gold and ilver-product of Oregon mine
for the year ending August 1 1878, valued
Other products, principally cattle, to the
Eastern Statu, valued at $270,000. '
This shows a total export trade for 1877-8
of $14,644,975, an increase over 18767 of
$3,073,614 '.v ,
Iuck and Grow Fat." . , ,
This ancient bit of advice is well enough for
'spare" people, but how about Unite that an
Iready too fat? What is to become of them?
Sit still, and I'll tell you. After many experi
ments, extending through months of patient in
vestigation and toil, the celebrated analytical
chemist, J. C. Allan, has perfected and given
to the world Allan's Anti-Fat Thus far in
several hundred cases this great remedy has
never failed to reduc a corpulent person from
three to six pounds jer week. It is perfectly
harmless and positively elTcieut, Sold by drug
gifts. No one has ever questioned the effioaoy of
Sulphur Baths as an agency in the relief of
many serious ailments to which all clause are
liable. As employed, however, thev are too ex
pensive and too impracticable. The cheapest,
simplest and most effective way of using them
is by combining a tub of water with a cake of
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which is composed of
the purest ingredients, and ha the sanction of
the best-informed pharmaceutists. Crittenton's,
No. 7 Sixth av., New York. Sold by druggists.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, black or brown,
Berlin Fashion Pattern at Dunn k St rat
ton's. For Sale. First-class socond-haud afe,
with combination lock, will be sold cheap
for cosh, or on tiine. Enquire at express
office. Underwood Bros.
no51 :tf ...
Rnhinsnn 4 Churoh at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and best selected stock of wall
pajier and border m Eugene City, comprising iu
part, Brown, Blanks, Satin, Gilt and Emboss
ed paper, which they purchase direct from the
Kastern factories and will sell as cheap as the
cheapest, All paper trimmed free of charge.
We have just received from the Eastern
factory, direct, a large stock of window
shades and wall paper ; among the latter are
many very pretty styles emoracing virameu
Panucls, Embossed, Gilts and Lace Patterns,
Satin and Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for tnmmnig
paper. DUNN STIUTTON...
rarTTin Naf intml Gold Medal was awarded to
Bradlpy ft Uulofson for th best Photographs
in th United States, and the Vienna Meda)
mr the best in the world.
429 Montgomery Street, Han rrancisco.
Dr. Mlatle'i Vegetable HePhretlcnm
Will cure all disease of the Kindeys, Bladder
nd Urinary Organ. Hundreds nave oeen
cured after all other remedie bad failed. His
English Dandelion fills have no equaj in au
cases of Diseased Liver, Dyspepsia .or any
Billious Derangement Many ot your leaaing
citizens of thi city will vouch as to. their
virtues. To be had by all druggistl . . .
A FREfi CX'ltE
For consumption, bronchitis asthama, catarrh.
throat and lung diseases. Also a sure relief and
permanent oure for general debility, dyspepsii
and all nervous affections, by simple vegetebl
medicine which cured a venerable missionary
Physician who was long a resident of Syria and
the East, and who ha freely given thi valua
ble ecifio to thousands of kindred sufferer,
with the greatest possible benefit, and now he
feel it his sacred christian duty to impart to
others this wonderful invigorating remedy, nd
will end FREE the original receipt complete,
with full directions, to any person enclosing
Greklki Bloc?, Htbacise, jj. i.
P. O. Box 76,
A. J, Babb propoae to collect note and
account for all business men wno win
entrust the same to his care a cheap or
cheaper that any other collector in thi place
and anxiously ask the patronage of all who
hate note or book account to collect, xns
headquarter will be found at Mark Steven'
Eugene City, August C4th. .
T THE WHOLE HlHTORT OF MeOICIBE, no
r.,!,rntinn has ever performed 'uch marvel'
lous cures, or maintained n wide a reputation,
nized u the world s remedy lor ail ojsewies ui
the throat and lungs. Its long-continued enes
of wonderful cure in all climate has made it
universally known as a af. and reliable agent
to employ. Against ordinary colds, which are
the forerunners of more serious disorders, it acts
speedily and urely, alway relieving suffering,
and of tin saving life. The protection it affords,
k. it. tim-lir iiMin th. throat and lungdis-
'i f .t,;i.ln miliM it an invaluable rem'
nun " vmw". "i . , , ,
-j i. Lane Inn nn hand in everv borne.
.o person can anora w u ""'"""-'-vhn
h&vii nnca used it never wilL from their
knowledg. of it composition and effects, Ph
. PuniT Phttoral extensively
miimva um; -- .
. i . HMTvmMi PHAommend It.
It is absolutely certain m it remedial effects,
and will alwav cure wner cures am
For aal. by all dealer.
WILL Cl'BE COJinVBIPTIOSl.
Te aU sufferin? from th. following disease a
i knn. i. fiA thmoah the kiodne of a
missionary friend who ha sent me th formula
of a purely vegetable medicine which ba long
been used by th. nativ. madicin. men of iluv
dostan for the positive and radieaJ cureef
Consumption, Bronchiti, Asthma, CaUrrh,
rw.i. Ttimt and I .tin diiftcuJtV, Uener-
.i'ri.;i;V. rA f,nhnnd and all Nervou'
Affection, it power b been tested in hunt
dred of case without a failure. I now feel I
my sacred duty a far a poasibl to relieve ha
man misery and will end th. rw-FnEE or
C'HianE-to any person who may desire it witn
direction tor using. Bent by return mad by
addressing with t tamp naming thi paper,
Vr. O. K. Brighwn, lrawe V, UtK, ,
fVptember , 77
IN TH5 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
State of Oregon, for the county of Lane.
O. C. Miller, plaintiff, vs. Henry W. Miller,
Eliel L Miller, John B. Miller. Josiah Miller,
John L Mill r.Gec, C. Miller, Geo, T. Miller,
Rachel Butler and J. M. Butler, her husband,
and Isiah Hurt and Sarah Hurt, his wife, de
fendants. To Henry W. Miller, Kliel L. Miller, John
B. Miller, Josiah Miller, John L. Miller, Ueo,
C. Miller, Geo. T. Milhr, kocfadl Butler and
J. M. Butler, her husband, and Sarah Hurt
and Isiah Hurt, her husband, the above named
In the name of the State of Oregon you and
each of you are hereby summoned to appear in
said Court and answer the complaint of plain
tiff filed therein, within ten day from the date
ot service of this summon upon you if you are
served in Lone county, or within twenty day
Irom service upon you if you are served In any
other county in said State, or if by publication
oi summons, then by the nrst 0y ot th. term
of the Court, following the time prescribed by
the Court for the publication of summons,
which is the first Monday in November, 1878.
And it is ordered bv the Hon. J. F. Watson.
judge of said Court, and dated Aug. 12, 1878,
that service of summons ba mad. by publica
tion in the Eugene City Guard for six consec
utive weeks on Eliel L. Miller. Henry W. Mil
ler, John L. Miller and Josiah Miller, and if
you fail tn answer the same, judgment and de
cree will be taken for the relief prayed for in
the complaint, namely : A title of three hun
dred and eighty-seven seventy-five one hun
dredths acre of land, being a part .of the do
nation land claim of George and Elizabeth
Miller, notification number 6,559, claim num
ber 55. in sections 16, 17, 20 and 23, T. 19, &
R., 3 W in Lane county, Oregon, more par
ticularly described as follows : Commencing at
the southeast corner of said donation land
cluiiq, No. 55, running thence north 23.13
chains, thence west 107.58 chains, thence soath 1
23.13 chains, thence east W7.58 chains to th.
place of beginning, containing 387.75 acres of
land in Lane county, Uregon, and that the pro
ceeds of sale, after paying th. emits and dis
bursements of this suit, be distributed equally
among the heirs and owners of (aid land ac
cording to their respective shares, and for ucb
other and further relief as to the Court may
seem equitable and just, and for th. costs and
disbursement of this suit
JOSHUA J. WALTON.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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 restores HEARING and strengthens th
It is not a yUAUK
It effects are permanent It has no equal.
It is neither a STIMULANT NOR EXCIT
ANT, but it will do the work thorougly and
DR. MINTIE ft CO. '8 great lucocss in the
above oomplaints is largely due to th. use of
this wonderful medicine.
Price i'i 00 per bottle, or four time th
ouantity for $10: sent secure from observation,
upon RECEIPT OF PRICE.
None genuine without the signature of the
proprietor, A. E. MINTIE, M. D.
Physician ay these troubles cannot be
The VITAL RESTORATIVE and Dr. Min
tie Co. Special Treatment pilvlj
that they can.
. CONSULTATION FREE,
Thorough examination and advice, Including
analasys, 5 UU Address
'PR. A. E. MINTIE & CO.
(Graduate of University of Pennsylvania, and
late nesiueni surgeon, vnuopujuiu uunp,
xruucu imiuv. iu. vi v
Morrison streets, Portland. P. O, Box 648,
Or 11 Kerney street, San Francisco.
Office hours 10 a. m. to S p. m., daily j 8 to 8
evenings. Sundays, 11 a. m. to 1 p. in. only.
Eugene City Foundry
Crouch Sf Brown, Prop's.
WE ARE NOW FREFAKJiU TU t-A-ecuteall
kind of machine work (to
build and to repair all kind of machinery.
Castings of all kinds furnished in ohort notio of
iron, brass, bell metal, etc.
We also manufacture to order, steam engines,
water wheels, aw mill, flour mills, etc. Bibs
given to parties wanting such work.
8 CROUCH 4 BROWN.
FARM FOR SALE 1
A Vell Improved Farm
OP ONE HUNDKJOJ APu -uuii ix
acres, situated on half mile northwest
of Eugene City,
Tbe Improvements are all new.
A fine young orchard of the
Inoulr. of 3. B. UNDERWOOD. er th.
TVTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEX THAT
J3I th orniartnership heretofore existing be
tween A, V- and L K. Peter hi dissolved, by
mutual consent. All pel
All tvpiwini knowinirthem
selves indebted to th. firm
ill com. forward
and settle at an early da
iv. hither party
A. V. Peters will eon'
tinue th business and invite continuance of
trade front old customer.
July M, 1878.
War has commenced in Europe!
R. G. OALLISON
TS AGAIN AT HJS OLD HIS OLD STAND
I on Willamette Ktreet and havini bought the
n4 W T rivhiirn in the nnn ol 1111
on ft Osburn, i prepared to furnish all who
may pv nun a call witn in oem qaauvy
very thinz nsually kept in a tint clas (frocery
tad prqvum tore, men a
8UGA1W, TEAS, COFFEE,
CANNED GOODS, TOBACCO
wiiiit Wibn AND WILLOW WARE
It rata for CASH or PRODUCE.
Give me a call and e what I can do for yon
Thankful for past patronag I lnviu yon to
LOtva-U AAYrtA to tnr tvart of th city frn
of clurg K. G. CALUSOtf
-nanrs al HO KK-CALIF01
3nia band and machine mad Boot and
Shoe. A new lot direct frra f artonr.
H. a FRIENDLY
OSEBl'RO AND SAN JUAN U ME
for sale by T. U. Ht.i Dim. n..-.
i Ji Aff..7 ft
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
I WSJ I
OUR STOCK OF
ha been largely increased and w can show as
handsome a line of ready mad. goods in
MEN'S AND JJOYS '
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
A can be found in the country, and at priees
that cannot fall to satisfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading style and fashionable shade of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS OOODS,
Plaid, Plaiq and Opera Flannels of all color.
Blenched fc Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Oonts' TJndorwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson & Church,
. - - - - . DKAl.ERS IX
Best Selected Stock In
BEFORE PURCHASING, QO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO.,
Dealers in General Merchandise, and examine the Celebrated
"WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
The best and most complete of all, and sold on the most renson
VAGONS, HACKS AND BUGGIES 1
ON HAND, AND MADE TO ORDER OF THE BEST EASTERN MATERIAL.
As our Facilities are equal to any Establishmet n the State,
We oan Promise our Patrons First-Class Work in every Respect,
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE,
GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, AS VOV WILL FIND
iiL.v THE PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Factory corner Olive and Seventh
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Eugene City, Or.
I will hereafter keep a complete stock of
Galtera, Cloth and Kid,
Slippers, white aud blaok,
t rench kid Shoes.
MEN'S & BOYS'
riMI AND HEAVY
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And In fact everything in th BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to devote my
MY GOODS ,
Were manufactured to order,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And miaranteed as represented, and will . be
sold for the lowest prices that a goon article
aan be afforded. aprOT-78tf A. II HAT.
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Wttle, Oocks, and Jewelry repaired and
airanted. Northwest corner of Willamette
warranted. Northwest corner
and Eighth streets.
If you wish to buy your good cheap, you must
go to His twn vi
They keep one of the largest stocks of
Outside of Portland, and they eU good cb'P
er than it can b bought anywhere in the Y U-
Th firm of Lurch Bro.
Lurch and Ben Larch.
consist of Aaron
Us taken possession of tb
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry on
GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS.
Horse fed and boarded by tbe week or day.
TIOPSE3 AND BUOfilES FOR HIFE.
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS In th leading styles.
OIL CLOTHS for floor and table n. t
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W would eall special attention to our stock of
Mens' nd Boys' San Francisco Boots,
Which w have (old for a number of year with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOOUS,
And all oholce FAMILY GROCERIES at
astonishly low rate.
LIVERPOOL A CARMEN ISLAND sam ,
Highest price lor sll kinds of produce ana
Tabl eand Pocket
W invite an xiu
inatlonof our goods,
confident that our
prices will suit th.
Streets, Eugene City, Oregon.
Kinsey &. Page.
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Genera!')
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City. Oregon
A Large Stock of
ROOTS AND SHOES,
YANKEE NOTION N
Highest market price pld for all kindo
PRODUCE, HIDES nd FURS.
LIFE OF TRADE !
WIU, DO WORK CHEATER than ar otln
hop la town.
HORSES SHOO FOR $150,
With aw material, all roanO. Etartting old shoss
All warranted to gl antlaUeUen.
Shop on the Corner of 8th and
Eugene City Brewery.
MATH IAS MBLLUR, Pro'p,
s ow pnpand to fill U onlsrs for
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Coomi ab.1 so far JTirf'.t. X gw stti.-lt Jrta