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f "li-0l tb Ocan,lB wrappers fur nuO-
fr1? wfXaiaed at this olBo. I
obi bow the turkeys suffered!
Set Bew advertisement this week.
Trot Baity is making rejoin to his resi
dence. H,. John M- Thompson returned home
The series of meetings at the Brick church
.re still progressing.
A w street lamp lias 1n erected near
the Baptist church.
Got. Wbiteaker was in town this week,
MJ nude us a pleasant call
A Urge amount of new sidewalks has been
loilt this past Summer.
Mr. E. - Hursh, an attoruey at Rose
t,nrgl was in town this week.
regular meeting of Eugene Hook and Lad
der To. next Monday night.
Xo school stthe State University, cu
the public school on Thauksgiving.
Master Julius Goldsmith was the recipient
of "a birthday party last Saturday eveuiug.
Advertisements and local should be handed
ia before Friday ncou to insure their publica
tion. Mr. I- P- McCarty, publisher of the San
Francisco Statistics, called upon us this
Hazlett, the bu.nmerand vagrant "Pil
grim printer" showed his phii in our office
this week. We shook him.
Tiead tlie excellent communication on
"Wheat Seeding," from Mr.' George Bel
shaw, on the second page.
Mr. Henry Stitzel will 1 in Springfield
Monday canvassing for his splendid novel,
"What fame of It." Subscribe.
Mr. James Waruick who broke hu leg
about six weeks ego has recovered sufficently
to be on the street with the aid of crutches.
Joarmin Miller is to lecture in America
during the season on "literary London."
alio on "What is Poetry!" and ou "Old and
Mr. (livens Day, went to Salem List Satur
day, having been employed to clerk in the
dry goods store of W. L. Wade, of North
Sheriff Eakiu has attached the pistol with
which Falesshot B. C. Pennington. The
judgement under which attachment is made
is in favor of Pennington.
The spire to the C. V. church has leen
completed, and the bell placed in positiou.
It is is a neat job and reflect cerdit on the
builders Messrs. McFarlauJ and Atterkrry-
Thanksgving services wire held at the M.
K. church last Thursday. Some fineselet
tiona of music wers rendered by the cho:r
and an excelled and impressive sermou
preached by llev. Price.
Our attention was called one day this
week to a span of horses that had been hitch
ed iu the court house square aud left for a
day and night without feed or water. The
proper officers should tend to cases like this.
We breathe easier now. The new coun
terfeit 1,000 nntes now in circulation can
be detected by their "grea.y feel." It eats
iuto an editor's salary fearfully to get
"stuck" with font or five such notes in a
E.C. Headiicka well known traveling
agent has purchased the Metropolitan hotel
at Roseburg Mr. Headrick is the gentleman
who gathered in the loose coin of the Albany
Iwys when the match game 'of bo" ball was
played here last spring.
Will the young man in black overcoat who
whistled "Baby Mine" on Hendricks corner
at 1a. m., please repeat his concert
evening at the same place, and stand a little
way from the lamp post, so the audience can
get a good crack at him with a rot k without
enilangering the street lamp.
Lust Escape. Junction City came near
Iing the scene of another disatrous fire,
last Sunday evening at about 7 o'clock the
jcry of fire aroused the people, who are a
little I nervous, on that point since their
late experience, and for few momenta all
was excitement, when it was found that
Berry's botel was on fire in one of the bed
rooms on the second floor. The bedding and
bedstead were burned nearly np and the
ceiling almost burned through. Had the
fire had fifteen minutes more time, another
block would have been in ashes ere morning.
It is thought to have be- n the work of an
Jersey Cattle. -W. C. Xlyer, of Ash
kn4 start.! to Ros-bnrg last week says the
Jackic.rille Times to deliver five bead of
wKs blqaJ yoong Jersey. They are all
aobd (awn color and Xo. 1 animals of this
stock. Oue beifer xd calf go to A. G. Cun
ningham, 'of Portland. Two heifers and one
yoong bufl to Goodehild Xlarshal Eugene
Gkasge Speaking. Judge J. F. McCoy,
will deliver the address, by invitation,
before the Grand Prairie Gnusge, Xo. 29 of
county on the celebration of the Anui
Tersary of th order, eIneUT i'
4th. The weather permitting a lively time
expected. The Jndge handles that subject
PorroiD. The Oeorgi MinstreX wbo
billed to pUy at Lane's Hall last M
j .., I ulin.
a.y ung. December Wt. when they wU
prwiurely appear, ittmrm
. t off o- th.ver from San Fraaasco.
H. H. Gtlt
As will be seen by the extract we reprint
from o,, Oregouiau Mr. Henry H. Gale is no
more. Mr. Gale resuiel here Irom boyhood
nnt;i bis maiiiritr. 'He first
worked bere in the Journal office, and theu
several years after published a paper called
the Eugeue City Hawkeye, and then he w ent
to Southern Oregon when he and his brother
published a paper called the Kosebu rg Pan-
taurauh. He had many friends here
who mouru bis untimely death:
It is with deep regret that we announce
the death of Mr. H. H. Gale, lats editor of
the Columbia Chronicle, Dayton, W. T,
which event occurred aboard the 0. S. N.
Cos steamer John Gates early on the morn
ing of the 2oth iust. Mr. Gale, who bad
long been suffering from lung diase com
bined with asthma, was on his way to Cali
fornia wheu the fatal attack came on. The
Hon. II- Green, of Corvallis, who happened
to be a passeuger aboard the boat, was called
iu, unremitting in his attentions to the bying
man. Dr. Green, with the assistance of de
ceased's bro:her, J. XL Gale, repared the
corpse for interment at The Dalles, here
the funeral took place the following after
noon. Capt E. W. Baughman, Purser E.
A. Nuyea, Mr. U. Karsiu, Mr. C. H. Hard
ing aud others on board the boat, reuflered
very material aid iu the untoward event.
XIr. Gale was bom in Illiuois, and crossed
the plains with his parents when a hr.le Uy,
in 1S53. He early learned the printers
trade, became connected with several Jour
nals ou the coast and had uiade his aark in
the profession. His loss will be mourned
by a large circle of friends and accjuaiutaiics.
We take the following from the market re
ports of the Standard of November i5th:
HAN fRANClSCO MAKKET.
Hops are dull sale and show no ieni of im
provement. .new York narkkt.
From Emmett Wells hop circular of No
vember 15th, we clip the following:
A call fur nearly 1,300 bales for espor, to
London has given an impetus to trade. . Hold
ers of low auJ medium grades will do well to
take advantage of the present activity and sell?
aS U113 C1.U8 IS Ulitii iJimuuiuwui. ...........
. ..v.-. -i. .:. i i.. ' ..,;..., ir.'.i... i
of choice export tops will ao well w uoiu, as
there is a scarcity of this description. New
Pacfic Coast hops have changed hands thi
week at fr.ni 1-' to 15 cent r p-junX
WHOLESALE PH1CE OF HUPS IX M ICRS.
CENTS PEU LB.
New Yores, new choice, to fancy, ... la to lo
" " gooci to prime.. ii
", " low to lair,
Olds, all Growths,
Pacific Coast Hops
The Cumberland Presbyteriau church will
be reopened, to-morrow, at 1 1 A. M.. with
appropriate services. All are invited to at
Mt. Marys EjnscojwJ diureu will ! imo
f..r Divine sen-ice i n Sunday, in the morn
ing at eleven, and in the evening at seven
o'clock. Sunday School at three P. n.
Freaching in the XI. E. Church to-morrow
at 11 A. 51. bv llev. P. C. HeUler, agent of
the American Bible Society. Sunday School i
at 2 :3(1 o'clock P. V ., L. G . Adair, superin
tendent Services at the Baptist Church to-morrow
at 11 a. M. ; subject, "The Law and O-itioof
Clmrch Increase." Sunday School ot 3 P. M.
Evening service adjourned for the
Advice to Hcxtek. We give the follow
ing advice to hunters "Don't point your
gun at yourself. Don t point your Ku.i
any one else. Don't carry your gun so that
its range includes all your hunting compan
ion. Dont trytj find out whether your
gun is bade 1 or n;.t by shutting oue eye and
locking down the barrel with the other.
Don't use your gun for a walking stick.
Don't climb over a fence and pull your gun
foremost. Dou't throw
... . t.... ... tri.-,' r
y" m: :: I ' "be de. I
j p,,, j your stomach Don't use your
c-tkeu hi . " -"
gun for a sledge-hammer. lon i carry you,
gun full cocke.1. Dou't carry your guu with
the hammer down. Don't be a fool. Don't
you forget it
The Grange dinner given last Monday iu
Grange Hall proved a complete success.
Tl. .trinuband was in atten.lancs aimuw
coursed some fiue music-
.Mrs. (ieo. BeWiaw
read an admirable essay showing that lady
to be jx-ssessed of considerable talent as a
writer. XIr, Horace hnox gave a nea. ad
dress of welcome in a happy vein after which
dinner was announcad the remembrance of
which still gives happy thoughts to ye
Editor. It was certainly a feast from which
. .;.-nr need not have turned.
Gravd HrST.-The sp-rtsmen of Salem
held a match Thanksgiving hunt Thursday
and finished with a supter ou the game cap-
1 Friday eveninc. Two hundred point.
were allowed for deer or ar; and for smal
ler game according to sue. One hundred
point was fixed as the reward for the cap
ture, of a live skauk. Well, we don't want
my of that supper.
Sociable. A sociable wUI lie given at the
residence of Mr. J. H XlcClung on Friday
... i f.u. to be ar-
evening Decemoer mu, j...-.
- j g hymn books f
for the M.
& Church. Good mnsic win oe
; other pleaaut amusements.
misaion free. Collection. All are invHed.
Cnmi (.r OrnrEM. At rr.mlar
Bttinirof Annirersarr IxUe, L 0. 0. I..
i . r .. i. it v.Uil 1STS.
NHem neia in ineir nau, -.'
' " . n , r p s . f M Dav,
i lHraM, V. C,; Ir, Erb, K. , B. M- -
p. James Coffey, Treaa.
M(t Fnm Psrtliid.
A correspondent from Port laud seud ns
the following in regard to old Eugeneitee.
Ed. Espey is at San Francisco, attending
an art school
W. W. Espey is carrying on his Urge
nunufacting business and ns I doing
Ykk Bchren is working as a blacksmith
John Kelly, of course is at Lis p.st of
honor, in the Custom House.
Ben. Simpson has returned from Albany
and we surmise he did not make over a cool
hundred thousand in the St. Charles hotel
of that place.
XIr. William Simpson is clerking in the
dry goods store of Comstock & Pfluger, on
Frank Abell is here engaged in the photo
graphing business and is doing lots of work.
He has live men in his employ.
Jeff Smith has been promoted in the Cus
tom House aid per consequence looks several
pounds heavier in avoirdupois.
Willie Steinheiser is employed as clerk
in the brokers office of his uncle, XIr. Jos.
Miss. Rosa Goldsmith is stopping at XIr.
Joseph Oppenheiiuer s-
XIiss. R.a Steiaheiser is here visiting her
uncle's, Mr. Jos. Bachman.
M'. Pruhard is employed as a watchman
fur the Custom House on foreiirn vessels.
Henry McGinn who went to school at the fr lhe PalflWS.T 10 e
Imvemity. U studying law, we learn, uuder i conci'.liation and peace. U bat re
Ellis G. Hughes. ' ; nuinsof ti e clasm created by the
Kim; Heudersivn is snatching the metal scourge is not dyed with ibe iti
with lightning speed in the Standard office. ; jruine ujj of .1 fratricidal Conflict; it
Mr. Geo. W- Shipley, is keeping books in j reflects only the sombre cat of an at
Smith's saw milL jfliction Irotu w hich we have let u
.Mr. Geo. W. Stowdl is stiU retinue-l " j bappil v spr.ted. lie it our grateful
draughtsman in the serveyor general's office. ... " j. or.. .;.. l.!oSI:nTg
XIr. L ThauhauserU iu buisness, bein
proprietor of a whole sale hat store on Front
Mr. L Atkennan, who ued to keep a dry
goods store in Eugene has a larg clothing
store on First street
Herman Thanhauscr is employed a a
lor his brother, L Thahauer."
XIr. N. S. Dubois, formerly of the Astor
House iu Eugene is now runiug the American
Exchange and is doing well.
Xlayer Rosenblatt, who uevl to keep a
store iu Eugene, hu a clothing store ou Front
XIr. Hargtr, who kept a grocery store in
Eugeue during the railroad excitement is now
here and is oue of t Lie proprietors of the
C. 0. D.
A S. Miller and Harry M;iler, brutgi en
tractors have an odice on the corner of XLr
rivm aud First street. XIr. C E. Rumser
is also here in employ of the above named
Ci LllVAToK. We have this wk ex
amiued a cultivator that is manufactured by
Sloan BiosT, o! this place. JV-teii uiill
plows arc Srttached to the frame of the ma
chine which cultivate a width of four feet.
TKov r substantially built, mrc suoctioi to
t!loe importel and are cheaper. Sloan Bros.
have sold about tweuty of their cultivators,
( f giyen piae satisfac-
tioii. Give them a call at their shop on
Eighth street. Patronire hone iudustry and
Fall Wheat Sows. On a receut trip to
Junction City we were surprised to see
such a large are? of the farming ground
along the road already plowed and seeded.
The favorable weather during the past
month has beeu used w ith advantage by the
farmers, and this year at least we believe no
complaint w ill be made about the weather
not permitting the farmer to do his work
Discontinued. W'e are informed that the
contractor, (Feck) who carried the mail to
Long Toin and nearly all the Western part of
the couutv has thrown np the coutraet and
thus the people of that section are deprived
of their mail teUiti... We call the atten.
tion of Postal Agent Steel to the matter and
hope he wdl act immediately.
Ditchisu. We learn that the farmers
along Cayote creek sre doing a great deal . f
ditching, thereby turning a great deal of laud
uito wheat fields, which before was consider
ed worthless, ou account of beiug overflowed.
Amos Elliiiaker aud bis brother have three
miles of ditching already completed on their
TllA.NKst.lvisu Ball. -A very pleasant
' rtJ. f alK,ut thirty-five couples assembled
at Lane's Hall ThursUay evening, ami maeie
things lively for several hour by tipping the
light fantastic. Tbt management was g.tod;
tue music splendid, and everyone enjoyed
Km m' Pkintkks Cabinet. -We have
received Hounds' Printers Cabinet for July
and August The Cabiuet is a hue a speci
men of -The art preservative of all arts," as
can well be g .tteu up, and is an interesting
and instructive number.
Wister ItEAUINu.-The long Wiutercve
uings are near at hand, when time hane'
weary over aiL Improve your opportunity
I-j-.Ih- for the lifAhl'. whlcU
tain a large amount of choice reading matter
from now on.
U.NItJS MECTINli. On Sabbath evening
tiiere will be a union meeting of the several
tlenom illations in the M- E. Church. Ad
drevies may be tipeeted by the agent, Kev.
V. C. Hetzler, and resident pastors.
AnscaL Meeti.su. The annual buiiucss
meeting of the Lane I'juuty Bible S .?iety
will b held at Mr. Callisou's Siore this
evening at 6 JO o'clock.
Berlin Fashion Fatterns at Dunn k ktrat-
i t-.n s.
Xenix Dr. J. C. Bolon, deutut, wUI
make a professional visit to Junction City,
Monday next, and remain for several days.
All thus.. who want work in his hue, we aJ
vise to g.ve him a calL
Fait A man who will read a newspajHT
three or U ur years without paying for it will
pasture at ou the grave of bis grandfather.
NKTTI.K I I
Frack (V.lcaiaa having dUjwsed. of his sa
lmon business wishes all those who are
indebted to him to walk up aud settle their
bills at once. Those who procrastinate are
liable to hive an attorney alter them red hot
Frank KlrAIiS It.
At L:i:im, Ijine omuty, tr-gon, titvra,
daughter of (it-vrse and Viola Huds-.m, ot ty
phoid t'ever, aged 1 year and 1 1 mouths.
TiiElKnver Tribune, llndica!, ay:
"Under the hand of God wha'.evt r
differences may have jreiou!y ex
isted between the lo sections have
vanished from slijht ; the past, with
its burden ot blood and heart burn
ings, has been wholly forgotten, and
we stand upon an era ot time heavily
freighted with sorrow and sympathy
alike. L.l notbiug be recalled
which will tempi us to turn aside
. ri...-.K7 ,, ;nlI,ulM of
oar univer.il brothcrheod, ai.d bind
our Lrabein of the South to us with
lUs which c.i- never ajain Lc
Dr Mlntie's Vegetable No; hroticum
Will cure ail diats of the Kiudevj, LLvl ler
and I'rinary Or.sns. Hundreds have ltn
r,:rtd a?t-r all other remedies h.vl f.ile.L Hi
En.-lih Dandelion 1'ilLs h.ve n- e-iual in all
cases of lhea.--d Liver. Djjii or any
l'.i'.lions IVran.-enieiiL Msny of your lradiiu
citiien of this city will vouch as to their
virtues. To be had ly all dru-ists
Iu onier t.) CAiard a.-:4iu.-t results utterly sub
versive of health, it is aloolutely eventiad that
the frand thoroughfare or avenue of the sys
tem, the Nwels. hou'd t rv-.H-ued as s-ee.li
lv as (sible when they lcme iltructeL
If thev are not, the bile misdirected into the
Wo-J: the liver become t-rpid: viscid billion
matter get into the stomach, and produce in
digestion; heaiiache enue, and t'thor sym-t-'m
are produced, hich a pr-ioua.Mtion of
the exciting raue onlv ten-Is to a.vravnte.
The jerieut pr-rtles of H.rsu-tter s Mo-uach
I'.itters constitute a most useful acent iu over
coming coni-tnction ! the IsiweN, an l ppmol
ina reoilar habit of Uily. I; is iuriuitelv
superior to the dra.tic cathartii- frvmently
umt kite nui ie. since U ilies llol, liw.
them. aA violentlv, but produce a natural,
jainless erlect, which doe not impair the t-ne
of the vvactuktorr organs, which it inviorave
in-ite'' of weskeninc. The ttoiuach and lier.
al?o, indeed the- eniii-e . i t-itKn,i
ud regulated by It.
I- THE WHoLE Hl-T 'KV OK AlLl'KlNE. 110
prejiaration has ever jnorine.i uii .e.-
ious cures, or uiaiiiwiiieu ioe itp.i..",
i,t'j runtv I'i-itokaL. which is retg-
niied as the world's r'mely f r all disease of
the throat and lun.-s. Its long coutiime.1 series
all cliuutes has ma.le it
universally known as a safe and reliable a,-vnt
t.molov. A.-ainst ordinary odds, which are
the forerunners of more serious disoph rs. it acts
siwlilv and surely, always relieving sunerm,,
and often saving life. 1 lie protection it auonis,
by its tiinelv use iu the throat and luug ills
f M.il.ln.n. nukes it an iuvaluable rem
le Lent lrav on hand in every home.
No person can arlonl to be without it, and those
who have once used it never will. From their
l-..i1 of i-oiniNMitiou and effects, I h-
.;..;.n i.l. tb Ciifhhy I'EiToHAL extensively in
their practice, and Clergymen recommend it.
It is alwlutely certain in its renirlial etfej-ts,
.n.l .ill & Uivs enre where cures are isisii.ie.
For sale by all dealers.
I.iirr Iw It inc.
Tlie Ijver is the imerial organ of the whole
human system. a it controls the life.health ami
When it is duturlwd in its
proper tion. all kinds of ailments are the natu
ral result. The digestion of food, the movements
of the heart and blo.l, the action of the brain
aud nervous system, are all immediately con-r...-i...
-ith the workings of the Liver. It has
.,....fii Iv l.rovetl t Lit tin-ell t Align'
Flower is imeoiulleil in curing all r.ns ai
;......! with Iivsi-i.ia or Liver t oinpUmt, an
il the numerous symptom mat resuu inmi n
uuhealtnv con.ir.iou oi me i.i.t.
Sample U.ttlesto trv. IU ceul. I .-iuv.iv -
.-. t..m-n ..n th V wtern ( ontitieiit. 1 Iiree
d.4 will prove that it is just what you want.
No nue can properly estimate the iwrwiial
luxury of a warm sulphur hatli in Summer, or
the c.".iiMrative iiu.ih'iiitimnce of theexinw
it invoUei". Every one, ftnwevrr l'r, can
command one at tlie hortt notice hy merely
loivin a rake of (ilenn's Sul.!mr !oi ami a
pacio'i tuliof warm and re..rtiu' H
the x-cepul.h" appliance aft-r a hot day ui
niere K.ur.x of jirrsoiial cunfo't only, without
reference t. di-.w. 'rittent-rti'ii, 7 Sinth ave. .
N-w York. Nild hy dni.'-n-U. Hill's I air and
iilii.kerdye, l.lack or hp.win, .Vte.
We have jut received from the Ij.tcrn
factory, direct, a larr-e stock ot win.tow
shales and wall paper; anion the latter are
many very pretty tyie em'inu-ini! vraii-e.
Faimels. KmlnKWed. :ilt and U- e I'att. nui
Satin anl Common l'.!.uik..
U of which
w e sell chea
and no charge for trimming
I KI.K CI'KK
For pin.'ltiiption. bronehiti. anthama, catarrh,
thn-'it im I lun di-eai-ef. Al sure n li.f am.
1 permanent cure (r Keueral .lel.im v, .iv-i-ei-i.
- W , ,, I... . .o.o.le le'ell lie
Ul'l ail iirr.'.'.p iict... '.- - - -
nit.ii-iu- which currl a ven.-ral.le m..-vionar
Phvi-i.n who was lnn' a r-sident of Syria and
the East, and who has freely -'iven this valua
ble specitic t-t thousands of kindred surf.-ivni
with tt.e greatest eii.ie i-neni, u"
feels it his sa.Tel clinstian iluty t-i imiturt to
others thi w.-nderful invi-on.tiiii' rrmetly, and
will send Kr.EEtheori-'inal receipt complete.
with full directions, to any I.r'H enci
lUmn for reply.
' DK. CLVKK .. KOIIP.IN.
UHCet.ET r.l'"-K. rilKAH sr, N. V
P. (I. Boa 7n.
D..i: - a fl.,,r.V. the Hardware Store
keep Uiel .r.-e.tsnJl-t it-lectt d.t:k of wallj.th j,ure ,l,l. and gratlea, for sale very
paper attd bordr in En-.-ene ity, t-inpri.in,-in I Wf)Uj(, ,j(J welj u, CJJ
" :.! I .. I .
V-Urn fact-Tie. and will .ell a cheap a tne
Jieapest AJ lr triiaicH free of cnar.-e.
S, H. FRIENDLY,
HAS Jl'ST OPENED FOR THE SPUING AND SI XIMMi TRADE
THE LAG EST STOCK OF COODS
t L O T H I J G
MEN'S AND BOYS' 1 1
lU SINESS AND DRESS! SCITS !
As can 1 fov.n l in the onr.trT. and at priees
that cannot fail to Ati-fv,
Ol'U I'KESS GiHDS PEPAP.TMENT
i wll 6IV1 with a splrmlid airinnt of all
leading stylrs and fvhionaMe sha-bs of goods.
EXirKFS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN I'KESS l'.OOlS, j
I 'laid, PLtin and Oivra Flannels of all color.'
lileached it rnbleached Cottou Flan
Ladies and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS ami SCAKFiv, !
Robinson & Church,
I'KAl Kits IN
llAVt 1 II E
Cosi V(ve(.(oU Slock iu Oregon
BEFORE PURCHASING. GO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO.,
Dealers in General Merchandise,
WI-I1TI2 SEWING 1MAOHI1VE,
rhe It'st ami most complete of
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
A. HU1'T, Prcprietcr.
Shop ou Willamette street, 2nd door north
ol hantware store, r.ngeneiiiy, "r.
I will hereafter keep a complete stock of
Lillll S. .MISSt.H
tiaitrrw. Cloth and Kid,
Slippers, white and black,
I'rrnrli kid Mioe.
MEN'S & BOYS
FINE AM HIAVT
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And in fact everytliintf in tue ihi
HOE line, to winch 1 inten.l M uevow uiy
epecial attention. ;
MY GOODS ,
Were uuuiufM-ture.1 to order, i
ARE FIRST CLASS!
And irnarantee.1 a rcpreoeuted, and will le
sold for the lowest prices that a el article
oan be atfonU-L air27 "."tf A. HIM. ,
CRAIN BROS.'.Just received.
I Z Watrhn and
slcal Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc ;
Watches, Hock, and Jewelry rlire.l an-i
, and Jewelry repaired and ,
warrante.L ortliwel corner o,
and Eighth street. Wf
If yon wih l"iy your c.l cheap, you must
2i ti the tore of
Th. y keep mie of the laiveitt tK:ks of
I tut ide of Portl .n 1, snd they iell B.v.ls cheap
er than it ran 1 l-ulit anywhere in the U
Umette valley. ,
The firm i Lurch Lpm. consuls of Aaron
Lurch and Hen Lurch.
LIFE OF TRADE !
Ufll.T- UO WORK CFIEATER Uuio oy oth
I lvp m town.
HORSES SHOD FOR $1 50,
With nn nurterud, mil round. Besetting old sl-tes
All warranted lo kI allisnioa.
Shop on the Corner of 8th ani
i (ilMCl-LTl RAL IMPLEMENTS
Itt'.HH (.OOlsN -NKW 1 J l.M
ami low price.
Just FMvivell l.y
S. II. FRIENDLY.
V. UK1T IvIIOK KVf.B BROt'OHTjrO
I .1 L .. .k. ti.SMt WVM It
6. It. Coat, who live eight mile south of
Eugene City, has a lot of line Merino bucks,
ll! ,.;. him Uf lovklng further for fine
!j ALL COLORS.
and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AN U I'Al? m leauinK
Oil. TILTHS for tl.x and UbU l
! HOOTS AND SHOES.
We would sail special atteuUon U our stock U
Mens' and Hoys' Ssn Francisco liooU.
Which we have sold for a number of years witk
k-rvt satisfaction. Even- pair warranted.
A complete rtock of
HARDWARE, FLOWS AND FAKM1NU
IT EN SI US.
CHOICE TE S. CANNED GtWDS.
' And ali choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
astoui)dv low rate.
LIVERPOOL 4 CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lor all kinds of produce and
. II. 1IUODLY.
HAVE FOR saW
at U.s LOWEST
We invite an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
rice will suit lbs
and examine the Celelratc
all, ami sold on the mot reason
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City, Oregon
A Irv SUsrk of
JtUOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
, ,i ht muVri ,,h 1.r all kinds
ijt(lH K, HWM ami H. Jv..
Has taken toesaion of th
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVEKY BUSINESS.
Hone fe.1 and boarded by tlie week or day.
KORSKS AND m.'G;lESFOR HIRE.
Eugene City Brewery.
MATIIIAS.MUMaKK, Iro '
U BOW 'prrsul to all aU order for
2 LAGER BEER, '
Cmwo-. A good articU m
, Sale of Ecal Estate j Eefere..
OTICE IS HEREBY ( IVEN THAT
br virtue of a decree of the ircuitl ourt
J il.- Sfjitj. of t irv 'oii. for the oniiity nt lame.
made at the rejfiilar NnvenilT tenn,lK7H. in th
suit wherein C. '. Miller i rhuntitf an.l
U..,r W M iller i t J are t!rfrn.li.nU, tlirect-
ir Uie un-lentiu'ne.i rt-l.Trr i st-it t "
l.l. 1-1.,.. in.- I.i sii.l liartieft. I w ill offer fof
Kile to the highest bid.h r th r""rt HtKiwi
d.- in Eiurrae 'itv, Une outinty, Orrifoti,
nn tlie I'lrttlayof lrrinher. l7i, the fol
lowing; premise, l.wit: t oiuiHiiicin? at the
R. K r.nier of th ibmatiotj land claim of
(rtore Miller and wife, claim No. U, nmniukf
thence north 23 U chain. hens went 167 5
chains, thence south 23 13 chain, thence es,
lb7 M chin to the pUce of bevinniuf, con
Uiiiin?37 75 acre iu I-an oounte. vr-trm..
Sal - to commence at 1 o'clock I. Jsl lerma
( 'e cash.
Jobj T. Giu-J, bed Helwrte.
itai !taofi for the postponement.