The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, December 21, 1878, Image 3

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    jumnlt announcements of births, (
will be inserted without ehaiye.
w jii h charged lor at u tin ol 10
"M responsibility for views expressed
'Lie. of the OoBn, in wrappers for mail
" W" rf. i this offloe.
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Tin AND COUNTY.
BRIEF MEXTIOX.
jfe yer nearby.
Aristmas Wednesday.
'I .f,,, Jason's best sweet navy tobacco,
r fed the "adof the St. Charles Hotel.
j pr Bolou'a notice iu another column.
ge, the card of Chs. Baker in another
Jnrno-
lwr the firemen' ball Christinas
tre.
Mr J. C. Vatei returned from a viait to
CliforoialMt Tuesday.
jeJ the notice of the County School Su-
erintendent in another column.
i vr Rinirer has been elected to the
jj, iu. O
Wellington Territory Legislature from
f hitman county.
Whether he is great or small, put that
pm duwu for a fool who boasts that he does
. tot rwdhii local paper.
Harry Miller fired throe shots at burglars
-fbo were attempting to enter his house in
tut Portland Wednesday morning.
The girls like the now song. "Put your
.nnonr around me boys." It sounds so
much like, "Put your arm aroriud me, boys."
Beiumption will take place in January,
flat it the boys will '"swear off" about the
jirstiud resume their bad habits before the
north doses. "
If yon wish to make a good Christmas
present for soma friend, send a copy of the
OcAito. Yonr friend in the East would ap
preciate such a gift.
There will be a Christmas treo gotten up by
the muted Sunday Schools, at the Court
House on Christinas eve, Wednesday. ) All
ire invited to attend.
Rjjcuhlatt & Cj. Lai oao of the bsit a i l
Iirgwt stock of dry goods, groceries, otc,
erer brought to Eugene. Give them a call,
sad see for yourself.
Mr. Charles Baker, proprietor of tho As
ter House, will set a supper for the accom
modation of those who attend the Firemen's
JUL and charge only ?l per conplo.
Tred Kinsey returned from Walla Walla
gantry, last Thursday. Fred says it is a
good country, with the single exception that
the bloody savages are liable to commence
lifting hair.
There will be a grand Sunday School con
.cert at the Court House on Monday evening,
the 23d of December fur Christmas purposes.
Admission 10 cents. The proceeds to be used
, in aid of the Schools. .
Make home happy by calling on Ruf Robin
, ton at the confectionery, whore ho offers his
Ijrind display of Holiday presetits cheaper
;thta any house iu town; also a lot of fine
( Mw4lvw - - ,
A temperance meeting was held at tho M.
R. church Wednesday evening, and a com
mittee wasrppointed to cons'der the advisa
Iflityof organizing a temperance society.
' The committee will report the first of the
jear.
Mr. Isaac Cox, will give an exhibition of
Lis wonderful will power over iuevt matter,
.nosing objects to float in the air, and rise
from the floor and stand suspended in the air
ly the influence of will' power, at Lane's
Hall, this evening at 7 t, M. Admiasiou, 30
nU-
As Excellent Painting. We clip the
following from the Sunday Welcome, of
Portland, of December 15th: An excellent
.oil painting of Castle Rock, with just the
proper coloring of sky and water, and the ad
jacent country, with a couple of beautiful
deer in the foreground, has been executed by
Master Ed. Espey, a boy of 18 years of age,
son of Mr Espey. The picture is about
2x3 feet, aud is surprisingly good, more
especially, considering the lad's age and tho
(act that he has never in his life taken a les
a in painting other than coloring his
father's carriages. It is a matter of very
great wonder that a boy without training
.could have naiuted so fine a landscape. He
is by nature an artist, and with proper teach
.wg will be au honor to the State. A boy
with his talent should not be confined to
were manual labor.
Improvements. We take tho following
from the East Oreonian, published at Pen
dleton: Prof. Arnold is one among the en
terprising; he lias bnilt two winter cellars
which may be used in the spring for the pro
tection of the better sex during ths expected
npltasntness. One on his lot opposite the
High School and one back of his residence in
Arnold's addition to Pendleton.
The Holidays. Mr. Sol Steinhcucr begs
leaves to inform the citizens that be has re
ceived for the holidays the finest hit of
French and American Candies ever received
in Eugeue, and also fresh Chestnuts, and all
.other kiuds of nuts, as well as fine cigars and
tobaccos, in fact, almost anything a person
would desire in a first-class store. Give him
atrial.
Nothx Our patrons will take notice that
we go to press on Fridav about noon in order
have all our mail leave Saturday morning
Therefore we request that all "copy" be
handed in before Friday noon. Onr large
Brcnlatioa forces ns to make this announce
Bent in order to please oar subscribers at a
distance.
Ren red. Frank & Dement has made
riches oat of the Oregon City Enterprise and
oU it to Messrs Wood k Edward. We no
tice that the new proprietors have discarded
tbe patent outside, and we say welcome;
b good-bye, Frank.
Rcccitio We have received McCorroick'i
almanae for 1879. which it published by Mr.
L McConnick, and contains much valua-
e information concerning onr State.
Council Proceedings.
Council Rooms,
Euoknb City, Dec, 14, 1878.
Council met pursuant to adjournment,
f resent Councilmen Cooper, Dunn,
Sloan and Edris, Marshal Farrell and Re
corder Alexander, he recordor in the chair.
Absent President Dorris, Councilraen
Underwood and Hendricks.
The proceeding! of the lost meeting read
aud approved.
The finance committee reported the follow
ing bills correct On motion the report was
accepted and the Recorder instructed to
draw warrants ou the Treasurer for the pay-
meut of the same, to-wit:
George Fisher, $'; J. Carman, $15; B. F.
Dorris, $5 50; J. W. Christian, $SU 50; Win
Christian, 910; Scott Chrisnwi, 01; P. H.
Farrell, $.19 25; Win. Smith, $8 75; P. H.
Farrell, $29 50; Dunn 4 Stratton, 815 55;
P. II . Farrell, $12; J. W. SUggs, $34; S. A.
Ogden, $57; P. H. Farrell, $12.
The committee on fire and water made a
verbal report that the flue in Chapman's
shop was perfectly safe.
A petition from J. J. Walton and others
for a lamp on the corner of Ninth and High
streets was received, andj on motion, the
prayer of said petition was refused.
The following bills were presented, and.
on motion' referred to the finance commit
tee, to-wit:
J. B. Alexander, $30 50; S. A. (Won,
$25; P. II. Farrell, $G; J. V. Skainrs, $5;
E. J. McClauaban, $8 50; Lynch & Gant,
$30 7C; Wm. Christian, $4; P. II. Fa.irell,
$25; J. W. Skaggs, $24.
On motion tho Council adjourned,
Tnblie Inslnllnllon.
A large crowd assembled nt the M. R.
church last night to witness the installation
ceremonies of the Masonic Lodges. The
singing by the choir was splendid, and we
regret we have not time to give a synopsis of
Judge Piper's address, which suffice us to
say, was excellent. The following were the
officers of Eugene Chapter Royal Arch Ma
sons installed: High Priest, Joseph Niehoff;
King, J. W. Sloan: Scribe, Jos. G.
Gray; Secretary, Mr. U. Bettman; Trea
surer J. M. Thompson; C. of H. F. W. Os-
bnrn; P. S. J. R. llobinson; Masters of the
three Vales; II. N. Crain, James MuClaren
and Chas. Lauer; Sentinel, Wm. Preston. At
the same place the following officers of Eu
gene Lodge, A. f . A. iM., were installed
be F. B. Dunn, Sr. Grand Warden in Bine
Lodge; W. M., Jos. G. Gray; S. W., F. W.
Osbuui; J. W., Chas. Lauer; Treasurer, F.
Dunn; Secretary S. M. Wallis; Win Pres
ton, Tyler. After the installation the mem
bers with a goodly number of the spectators
epoired to the St. Charles Hotel and the
Astor House, where excellent suppers wore
prepared. After partaking of " which, those
of more sedate minds repaired to the lodge
room and spent a pleasaut evening in social
converse, enlivened by music and song, while
those of lighter mood betook themselves to
Lane's Hall and whiled away the time till the
wee sina' hours approached, in festive rites
to the nimble muse terinichore. Seldom
ble.
Church Notices.
Sacramental servico iu the Cumberland
Presbyterian I hurch, to-morrow at 1 1 a. m.
Preaching also at 7 P. M.
Preaching at the Christian Church ou next
Sunday at the usual hours morning and even
ing. Sunday School in the morning at V A.)
clock.
Services at tho Baptist Church to-morrow
, . - V I.. ...liinAf
morning ami evening. '"""6 tt
How to be Saved, or the Or at Question
Answered." Sunday School at 3 r. M., .
Dorris, superintendent.
Preaching in the M. E. Church to-morrow
at 11 A. M. ond 7 P. M. by the pastor, nev.
A. Alwood: morning subject, "Gods Holy
Mountain;" evening, "Is it Well With
Thee." Sunday School at 2:20 P. M. , L. U.
AdaiJ, superintendent, 1'rayer anu pr.wae
meeting on Thursday evening.
ToBk Extended. Portland papers con
tain advertisements for proposal to furnish
75,000 ties with which to extend the west
side railroad. It is said that the rails are on
the way to complete the road to Junction.
This is good news to the people of Oregon in
general, while it is of special importance to
hose of the west sulo. l uu roan ;.-
pleted will open one of the fiucst and richest
farming districts of which the s'ate may
boost. The people along the line of the toad
rill rejoice at this news as the completion of
the road is now within a reasonable certainty.
A Change Contemplated. The Oregon
v . l! .i!rt..vl cmnni'iv. which
.narrow - - - .
was incorporated for the purpose of building
... w a... a .
a railway from Albany in L,inn couuvy, w
t.. I .nr ivinntv. contemplate a
change in the northern terminus of the road.
The company propose, for a subsidy of fifty
thousand dollars, (half gift, and nan to or
paid in freight) from t..e citijeus of Salem, to
change tha terminus of the road to that
place. A meeting was held in Salem Wed
nesday evening, to consider we propwu..,
d a committee of five men was appointee
to consider the feasibility of the project
Remarkable Coincidence. The Oregi-
nien of Monday, the 16th, awl the GcaRD
of Saturday, the 14th, contained eome bal
!,.. that was ideuticaL Wo wish to dis
claim any intention of appropriating from
that paper Without giving aue cre..
difference of date, however l. our favor.
i - i:
ine
and iu charity to the Oregonian we shall eon-
sider it singular coincioeiicc
Gbaxo Kmi-Crain Bros, will raffle
December 2Sth, at 7 t. . a very' fine Dia
mond Riug,iich is guaranted to be genuine
and valued at $100. Chsnces, l each. Se
cure a chance and draw a prize.
Notice is hereby given tiat Lane county
Pomona Grange will meet in Eugene City on
fourth Tuesday of this month (December)
M 10 o'clock . J. W L CldaS.
Secretary.
rnlYtrslty Itemi.
Rhetorical divisions reported again yester
day. A German class will be organized next
session.
Prof. Straub is well liked by those recit
ing in his room.
Yesterday afternoon waa the regular day
for rhetorical! in the Eutaxian Society.
The students numbered among the exenr.
siouists to Portland during vacation will be
many.
It is probable that neither the Lauread
or Eutaxian se'.-ioties will meet during the
holidays.
Hurrah for a ten days- vacation! The
University closed for the holidays yester
day. Studies will be resumed tin 2d 'of
January.
For the reason that many of the Laureans
desired to attend the lecture of Rev. Mr.
Knight, on the 13th inst, met and ad
journed until the following evening. The
inaugural by the president however, on this
evening must not pass unnoticed. It was
excellent. Saturday they met according to
adjournment, the subject , under discussion
being, "Are short terms of of political office
desirable? " The question was discussed at
some length. President rendered a decision
in favor of the side producing the most ar
gumentdid not know which that was.
By order of the faculty the college stu
dents assembled in the auditorium last Tues
day afternoon. This waa the first time they
bad met together in obedience to a sum
mons, and speculation was rife as regards
the objoct of the call. The members of the
faculty each made remarks mi the general
conduct of the students' behavior in and out
of the University, etc There was cue
thing, however, that they had decided on,
and in future it should be enforced to the
very letter, that "No student, who attends
the State University, shall frequent saloons
or houses of similar character. ' I
Student.
Junction City Items.
Weekly Republican
Junction City will have a Christmas tree
atS. 4 B. 's Hall.
The Junction public school has ft gain
opened under the management of Mr. J.. W.
Wright.
Col. F. W. Folsom and R. Caldwell con
template building residences in Junction
next Summer.
The Good Templars Lodge at Junction is
in a flourishing condition. So says G. W. C.
T. Dunbar.
At a regular meeting of Junction City
Lodge, No. 58, A. F. and A. M., held on
the evening of December I4th, 1878, tho fol
lowing officers were elected: J. M. LnfTerty,
M; V Kratz, S W; W B Blachiy, J Wj J
W Braalield, Secretary; J T Kirk, Trcvs
urer; J C Campbell, S D; T Q Butler, J D;
S McCrca, Tyler. The above named officers
will be installed on Friday, December 27th
An Art for lite Support of I!tC
virMty.
Male I'ni-
We publish the following act, passed at
the last Legislature, for the support of the
State University:
An net for the Support of State University.
Whekkas, Through ill advised loans on
the part of the State authorities, over thirty
thousand dollars of the fund arising from the
sale of University lands have become nnpro
ductive, and the usefulness of the State
University thereby greatly impaired, through
lack i f funds to employ the requisite number
of teachers, thus defeating the purpose of the
endowument; and
WUKKBA4, Good faith aud the laws gov
erning trusts iu the hand of individuals, re
quire that the trustee should mako good the
lost occasioned by neglect aud careless inat
tention in carrying out a trust; therefore, Be
t euacted by the Legislative Assembly of the
State of Oregou:
Suction 1. That there be and is hereby
appropriated ont of the general fund in the
tror.ni-v nut otherwise appropriated, we
sum of two thousand and five hundred dol
lars annually for the support of the Univer
sity of Oregon, or so much thereof as may be
necessary ; Provided, that no part of such
sum hereby appropriated,.uor any part of the
interest which may hereafter accrue, on the
University fund, nor any part of the funds
which shall hereafter be derived from tuition
or incidental fees, shall ever be applied to
the liouidation or payment of any deficiency,
,i..i.t .... liul.ilitv niatiiiir at the passage of
UbiH v -"- 'J 9 a
this act for the salaries of professors, teachers,
officers, aud janitor, incidental expenses or
from any other cause.
Sec. 2. The sura hereby appropriated,
Shall D6 urawn quarierijr, inr
.... 1 L I.. ....1. u.l. in .null
.u.nmit u shall be necessary to inset de
ficiencies arising after the passage of this act,
. .,i,.h .lfmiencies shall be certified to the
Secretary of State, by the president and sec
retary of the board of regents, before war
ranU are drawn for the payment thereof.
Sec. 3. Owing to the necessity for imme
diate provision- for the support of the Unl
..or.itv this act shall take effect from and
j
after its approval by the Governor,
Approval October 18, 1878-
Dl-ARtFl. The Sunday Call has dis
carded its patieut outside, and comes to us
j niUch improved
Succe-HS.
, ( CWrain knIeJ lnoth
HoOHcht
. . . (onnd
! guilty of murder in the fit degree.
In tha case of the U. 8. vs W. C. f iris-
wold, the jury has found a rerdict in favor
of the plaintiff of 33.228. We learn that
IS. F. UowelL of Jacksonville will get one
half of this amount.
1 Euzene L. Avery alias Archie Brown, one
, f the U fthea roouers, wno K.nen ine uj,
Louis Joph, was sentenced to be banned
(M the "th day ff February, H79, by Judge
Bellinger on the 17inst and when the Jodge
had proooonced the aentence, Brown said,
! -I thank yno, Mr. Jnd foryoors.Tmpethy."
DIED.
In Eugene City, December II, 1878 with
momoranous croup, Mary, youngest daugh
ter of Roliert F. aud Elizabeth Clark, aged,
5 years, 2 months and 13 days.
Mr. Clark had recently removed from
Eastern Oregon to this place for the purpose
of educating his children. The sympathies
of the community are extended to the fam
ily in their bereaveiner t
Baker City papers please copy.
Untiid Holiday Exctirnion.
Krora Cottage Grove and Halsey, and Inter
mediate placet to Portland and return, on
Thursday the 26th of December. Tickets (food
until Monday, December 30th.
T1CKKTS rR THE ROl'ND TRIP:
Latham $0 Oil
Cresswell r 50
Irviinj
Junction
Ifarrisburg..
I"' i
4 73
Goshen 5 ftO
4 50
Spmurfield 8 00;
.Muddy....
4 50
Eugene 5 OO.Halsey..
4 00
CARS LEAVE:
Latham 8:40 A Milrving
(Vesswell 9:08 A M Junction. .
.10 AM
10:20 A M
Goshen. 9:25 a u Harrisbuiv
10:32 am
Springfield. . . .9:30 a M Muddy 10:40 a M
Eugene 9.41 a M llalsey 10:50 A M
This is the best onmrtunitv von will evr
have to enjoy the holiday attractions of Oru-
gon's great metropolis Portland. Tickets for
sale at the railroad depots. Children under 10
years of age, free. No flats will Ins used on
this excursion. . Tickets should be purchased
several days before the day of the excursion.
SETTLE IT.
Frank Coleman having disposed of his sa
loon business wishes all those' who aro
ndebted to him to walk tip ami settle their
bills at once. Those who procrastinate are
liable to have an attorney after them red hot.
Frank means it
Something fur the Mew Year.
The world renowned success of Hostetter's
Bitters, and their continued notmluritv for a
quarter of a century as a stomachic, is scarcely
more wonderful than the welcome that greets
the annual appearance of Hostetter'a Alumnae.
This valuable medical treatise is published by
Hostetter'iA Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa., under
their own immediate supervision, emnloying 80
hands in that department Ten cylinder
printing presses, 8 folding machines, 5 job
presses, &c, are running about eleven months
in the year on this work, and the issue of same
for 1879 will not lie less than ten millions
printed in the English, German, French, Nor
weirian, Welsh, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy of it
for valuable and interesting redding concern
ing health, and numerous testimonials as to the
etlicacy o( Hnstetter's Stomach Bitters, aniuse-
UCHV IIUIVU 1111. f lilt. Vll'll, BOMVI.VU11VIM Vni.'
lations and chrtmohtgical items, &c. which
can be depended on for correctness The Al
manac for 1879 can be obtained free of cost,
from druggists and general country dealers in
in all parts ot the couutry;
A Sensible lady Not long si uce one of our
iucipal physicians was called on t'i visit a
patient who was suffering from a severe cold.
and which had become seated on her lungs. He
continued for some time prescribing exensive
prescriptions, and she, poor thing, gobbling
down the nauseous preparations, with no im-
movement. At last she was induced bv her
uncle to try Hale's Honey of llorehound and
nr. and before she had used one bottle of this
wouderful nfedicine, she could see a decided
improvement, and three bottles cured her.
oat only 00 cents a bottle at all druggists.
Depot. Crittenton's Patent Medicine Ware
house, 7. sixth avenue, New York City The
dollar size is the most economical for general
use. Pike's Toothache drops cure iu one min
ute. - n.utiuu.
Berlin Fashion Patterns at Dunn k Strat
ton s.
The Gvakd has just received a new sup
ply of job material and we aro better pro
pared to turn out first class work thau evor
before. Give us a call.
We have just received from the Eastern
factory, direct, a largo stock of window
shades and wall paper ) among the latter are
many vory protty styles embracing Grained
I'urinels. Embossed. Gilts and Ijice Patterns,
Satin and Common lilauks, all wnien
we sell cheap, and no charge for triimnnig
paper. OUiilN ha 1 1 Uii.
rcnliixiuut A (1mroh at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and liest selerted stock of wall
1 I ! L' ........ IHtr Al.l.tltpiui.ll iti
.art Kmvvn Ithuiks. Sutin. tiilt and Emlioss-
ed paper, which they purchase direct from the
Kastern factories aim win sen unm,. m
cheapest. All paper trimmed free of charge.
Dr Mlntlo's Vegetable Nol'hretionm
Will cure all diseases of the Kindeys, Jlladder
and Urinary Organs. Hundreds have been
cured after all other remedies had fuiled. His
EunlUh Dandelion fills have no equal in an
cases of Diseased Live, Dyspepsia or any
lJillious Derangement. Many ol your leaning
citizens of this city will vouch as to their
virtues. To be had by all Uruggisw
I Tfl WHOLE HlHTOIl or MKlrtCINB, no
,nimtinn ha ver lH-rformed such marvel-
!ous cures, or maintained so wide a reputation,
as ATKBH V-lltllBI l k.iw """ "
nixed aa the world s remeiiy lor an diseases 01
the throat and lungs. Its long-continued series
nf w..n,l..rfid r-tire in all climates has made it
universally known a a safe and reliable agent
to employ. Against ordinary colds, which are
the forerunners of more serious disorders, it acts
speedily and surely, always relieving suffering,
by iU timely use in the throat and lung dis
orders of children, makes it an invaluablo rem'
edy to be kept always on nana in every nom.
No person can afford to be without it, end those
who have once used it never will. From their
knowledge of its composition and effects, Phy
sicians use the Chehkt recroBAL extensively in
their practice, and Clergymen recommend it.
It is absolutely certain in its rememai enecv.,
and will always cure wnere cures are u.io.
For sale by all dealers,
I.lvr la Kin ir.
Tli Liver is the imperial organ of the whole
k.n vafem.u it controls the life, health and
happiness of man. When it is dwturlwd Hi iU
proper action, all kinds of ailments are the natu
ral result The digestion of food, the movements
of the heart and blood, the action of the brain
vntrin. are all immediately con
nected with the workings of the Liver. It has
been successfully proved that Green s August
Flower is unequalled in ciinn? all persons af
aiA ith lvnerMi or Liver Complaint, am!
.1. iK numerous svmototni that result from an
unhealthy condition f the Liver and Stomach,
i Sample bottles to try. 10 cents. Pcsiitively sold
I i'. all towns on the Western Continent. Three
' doses will prove tliat it w JUfl wnai you wsni.
A FREE C I RE
t For couniion, bronchitis asthama, catarrh.
i . .. .n,l Inn.- AiMumet. Also a sure relief and
' permanent cum for general debility. dysjH-f-.ii
and all nervous atfw;tin, by a nmple vegetable
' nie-licina which enred veoerabhj miwilonary
phv-ician who was l"n a resident of Syria and
' .1.1.- .. .n,l l.n U frevlv iriven this valua-
,ble ilcific to tUoiuan.U of kindred sufferers
I ;.v. (,. tt iK.ill benefit, and now be
feels it his sacred christian duty to impart to
others this wonderful invigorating remedy, and
will send FKEK the original receipt eomirteie,
with full directions, to any person encUsnnj
stamp for reply. .
DH. CLAES A. EOEBLV,
Gsin.iT Etocs. Sriiri e, N. Y.
P. O. 15ot7.
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SP1UXO AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER 15R0UHT
OUK STOCK OF "
CLOTHING
has been lately increased and we can show as
nanuaonie a ime of ready wade goods in
MEN'S AND BOVS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
A can be found in the country, and at priees
mai canuoi law 10 natinly.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is Wtill filled with a aiilnndiil uonrfm.mt ..f .11
leading styles and fashionable shades of i;ood.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
and
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
ISli'ftcheil it Unbleached Cotton Flan
neU.
Ladies' and Gents' Undorwoar,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson 4 Church,
IlliAI.KItH IN
SUELF&HE1YY HARDWARE
iiavk run
Besf Selected Stock in
IS A.
0 3L,3RL m A X 353 !
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO.,
Dcaici'3 in General Merchandise, aud examine the Celebrated
WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
The best and most, complete of
able
JIN SHOE STORE,
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Shop ou Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Eugene City, Or.
I will hereafter keep a complete stock of
Miii:', ui,ssi:,v
AND -
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Hutton llol,
-- mlri-llf wlllio mul trlmkpt
NiumIiiIm,
French hilSliooM.
MEN'S '& BOYS'
FINK AND llEAVT t
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And In fact everything in the HOOT and
SHOE line, to which 1 intend to devote my
especial attention.
MY GOODS ,
Were manufactured to order,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed as represented, ami will be
sold for the lowest prices that a good article
9n be afforded. apr27-7Htf A. llt'NT.
GRAIN BROS.
DKALER3
IN
7f'lnki
iU iUI-.l lit.,
t Wutrhe. anif
Jewelry. '
i
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and ,
rarranted. Northwest corner of Willamette
and Eighth streets. Iw-w
If you wish to buy your gootU cheap, yott miut
a.. U.. . I
LURCH BROS.,
COTTAOHJ OltOVJ':.
They keep one of the largest stocks of
General Merchandise
O-itsMe of Portland, and they sell gI- cheap-
than it can lie bught anywnere in menu -
laniett valley. ,
The firm of J.urch Jin consists oi Aaron
Lurch and Ben Lurch.
POSITION
H THE j
LIFE OF TRADE!;
SLOAN BROTHERS
WH,f, UO WORK CUEAI'EH thn anf oiuer
Imp in town. I
HORSES SHOD FOR $1 fiO,
With new material, all round. Resetting old slrfies
73 !.
All warranted to give aatlaiariion.
AIL
?.hnn nn the corner oi oiq am
hop
Olive S8.
IMPI PMFN'TH
lfiw res'bV
r. O. HKSDR1CKS.
A'
GRKULTURAI,
all kinds at iusi'l
T.
;OOIM-NEV 81TLK3
I lnd Insr nriosL Jurt received h
ivel hy
S. H. I'ltlKN'DLV.
T'HB HKIsT ttllOl; EVER BROUOHT-,rO
w Un. . U- -,,rltH..
8. D. CoaU, who live. ht niiles "MJffiKXSZ thTnV weTt
Eugene City, has a lot f fine Menno bucks, M 0j thence smith 38 67 rhains, tlienre
both pure ll s and grades, lor sale very
r
cheap, eneep raisers w.m. - -
J-.l . M wall n fs
nrn him before Inokinif further lor
.1., k. 3w
TO EUGENE.
yOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the leading style
, OIL CLOTHS for floor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would eall speciid attention to our stock of
Mens' and Hoys' Hun Francisco Boots,
Which we have sold for a number of years with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING
UTENSILS.
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODit,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
antouishly low rates,
LIVERPOOL & CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lur all kinds of produce and
WOOL.. ..
, II. FIllHNDIA.
TTA
JLlatthe LOWEST
liates
IRON, STEEL,
AXES. ANVILS,
NAILS, ltul'K
Cable Chains,
Glass, Putty,
Tableand Pocket
CUTLERY,
GUNS. PISTOLS,
- AMMUNITION,
AGKICULTTRAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Blasting Powder.
Pishing Tackle.
Etc, Etc.
We invite an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
prices will suit the
times,
all, and sold on the most reason
terms.
B. F. DORRIS,
DEALER IN
.Stoves,
Kaies,
r
LlMjipa,
Mctali,
Tiimurs
AND
House Purnishfng Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
AND
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
UlllNiuette Ntrret,
Eugene City. Oregon
JUST RECEIVED.
A Lai-ge Stock of
DItY (JOODS,
CLOTHING, 1 1 ATS,
HOOTS ANU SHOKS,
(JKOCJiKIKS,
YANKEE NOTIONS
ETC., ETC.,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
in
ghest ruarket price paid for all kinds n
(DUCK, HIDKS and FUIW.
I'UU
A. GOLDSMITH.
ALFllKI) HLKU
Has taken xmiemlon of the
jLuckey Livery Stable,
1 ..I will ..n .
lroIvl,ua
' uunmiau wmiu
Hones fed and boarded by the week or day.
irOHHKS AND BUGfilKH FOR II IRK.
Eugene City Brewery.
math ias mi:j.u:w. I'io'i
--j Is bow prepared to RU sll orders for
tSa LAGER BEER
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Coin, sil l tnt lot jru 'l .ell
no tH..niirin'ltii
A food articis ri'es
Solo of Ecal Estato by Eofcree.
. -VTOTICK LS HKHKIlY OIVKN THAT
j XI hy virtue of a derree of the Circuit Court -I
of the State of Oregon, for the comity of Ine,
of made at the regular Novenilwr tnii,1878, in the
wherein C. C. Miller U l-laintiff and
I Henry W. Miller et al are drfendsnU, dip t-
'inn .li finjlin.t'iuwl Pt'frMt tit wit the r"l -
Ute lielonxinz ti sail! irtiea. I will offer for
sale to the highest bidder at the Court House
door in Kuipne t'itv, Lane tomty, Oregon,
!. .TimIi I W. lb7K. the fl-
i lowinir nreiuises, to-wit: foinmenciiig at the
j K K. comer rf the dMiati.m land tlwm of
Miller and wie. claim No. W, nnnii g
east 107 "ct.ams so in. .
t.i.ma .1x7 3A u-m in Lane county. (.-
u communes
at i o cioca t .
nne , ")rrn, rf rile rwb.
J'-Hi T. Glirsr, Pols Feferee.