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CITY AK3 comm.
tv. nitron of the Goaed will take notice
that the 'ffiie ha been removed to the
,09m eervM the hall from iU former piece
Tbeefic U aow above the Grange etore.
The boys rang in the aew yar vociferous-
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The bine ribbon brigade now number,
VTe acknowledge several New Ye.ar'e clU.
itjem again boy.
The thermometer went down to 14 degrees
fcboti ei daring the recent cold snap.
A new expresi office bet been established.
t Ooihen,- with Mr. Haadsaker ai agent
The Gtbd now occupies ai neat quarters
hi any paper in the State. Call and aee us.
Denial Norcros traveliug agent for the
v. Am. nnUiihed at Sin Fsaneisco, was
ii town tbia week.
BldSr CW. Rees, formerly of this place,
has accepted the pastorate of the BaptUt
tharch at the Dalles.
Aboat thirty-fire couple attended the hop
.i 'line's Hall on New Year'i mailt A
pleasant time was had.
Dm Rise now snorts a hundred dollar
diamond ring. ; Dav threw forty-seven and
thus walked away with the prize.
The Odd Fellows public installation will
not take place on the 7th as announced, but
has been postponed for a short tune.
Prof. Garrison will meet those of the col
lege students of the University, who-aaay wish
instructions in penmanship, at the Universi
ty from three, till half past four o'clock.
Uncle Sam has resumed, and so have I
Going to sell goods at resumption prices,
taking in pay all kinds of money, and intend
to kali cheaper than ever, and will be glad to
see all my old customers and all others.
Thanks for past favors and still more thank
fl for a continuation of that favor in the
year of resumption, 1379. 8. Rosisbutt,
ext door to the Astor House, in the 0. EL
cigar and candy store.
FaU!UHir. Prof. J.' M. Garrison, will
commence aert Monday, at the Public school
and University, a course of instruction in
penmanship. Prof Grrisonwill teaoh in
each room in the day time, thus obviating all
objections and difficulties attending the night
school The charges for tuition will be nom
inal and within the reach of e-ery ono that
desires to perfect themselves in this impor
tant bat neglected art The reputation of
the Prof. M l teacher is second ' to none in
the State, and hi patrons wherever be has
taught, award him the highest praiso. At
the Territorial fair of YV. T. in 1878, a pu
pil of Prof. Garrison's, was awarded the first
price for finest exhibit of penmanship.
. DirABTKD loa th Btatm Messrs. J.
W. Cherry and W. T. Campbell, loft on
Tharsday morning for the States. Mr.
Cherry will visit his old home in Canada,
aad thea together, they will make a tour of
the principal Eastern cities. Wt trust the
beys will have a pleasant time, and extend
oar congratulations, if rumor be true, to at
least one of the party. They will be absent
boat four months.
Accidmt. Sam Farmer, working for
Krataat Junction was badly hurt Monday
morning by the horses starting to run; be
pulled suddenly on them when one of the
lines broke and he fell backwards out of the
wagon, and it run over his leg, bruising it
badly. He will be laid ap for some time.
Niw Ykab. The pleasant custom of
keeping open house and receiving New
Year's calls was observed by a number of la
' diet of this city on that day. It is a beauti
ial custom. Of all the days in the rear, the
first bora is the most appropriate for the giv
ng and receiving of kindly greetings.
Nw Exritiss Waco. Win Hayes has
inrJ a nnhbv ei tires watron and made a
. rasa start with the new year. The vehicle
was built by Mr. Win. Irving, and proves
'.Aoaclaaively that -there is no necessity for
aeaitinr ir from Kuffene for anything of
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the wagua kind.
Law SroDiJW. Mr. IL C. Humphrey
and George Washburne will go to Salem
aeit Monday for the purpose for standing an
' ' examination of admission to the bar. They
are both excellent yoang men, and we trust
hey will sacceed creditably .
FotTOAT. Mr. H. C. Humphrey, re
f aived from bis father on New Year's day,
the) seat present of one thousand doll are.
May ao lunger eays, "who steals my puree
teals trash. "
- LaXT The Iasiest aua of whom we have
ret beard lives ia Eugene. Whea he has
the itch be is actaally too lazy to scratch
; himself, and tease the cat to get that am
W to do it for bias.
Sitxirr's Saix The store of Larch
. Brea.. at CUtasa Grove, was sold ander
aberilTi sale ea the 29th alt. A IL Spare,
ml CetUf Grove, bought ia the stock for
A Hajtt Mak Sam Friendly was the
recipient of a delayed Christmas gift last
Taaeday. Mrs. F. waa the donor. It Is
girl aad of standard weight
. FaaaoRai. Senator Ross, of the investi
gatiag, stopped over Sunday ia Esgeae.
oa f Senator Roes ia atteadiag the tttata
' DrxD. Ajs nfant daashtor of Mr. X
MeCIaren died but Sunday.
The Kieriflciil Offeriit it the Bymnlil
ilur for 1878. "J y
The following persons have brought about
a union of minds and souls ia Lane comity
during the year juat closed :
Benjamin Black and Ruby Bennett
A D Cannou and M A Deuuiaon.
L F Jamison and Retta Teeters.
J A Hughes and S J Buoy.
B F Cleek alJ Alice Kenyon.
J T Cromwell and Mag.-ie Banghman.
W J Hill and Lucy J Jones,
T M Martin and Calla Miner.
T J Cheshire and Uuldah Sovern.
J R Arthurs aud R J Millard.
Louis J Coraelious and Alice H Bristow
A Urton and Lizzie Poowe.
John L Hoosier and M C Mitchell.
G W Drury and Mary II Huntley.
Horace H Cook and Orpha M PowelL
H A Dyer and Annie Renfrew.
M H Nolfjinger and A C Muier.
G W Riggs and Margaret A Ogle.
W P Fletcher and Mary Lavoy.
D R Eugley and Emma Nelson.
James Young and Cornelia Crow.
Henry Koeler and Carrie Einraerson.
Joseph Polauder aud Margaret Wagner.
William Cummings and S Good low. -N
S Griswold aud Emma McCalL
William Weaver aud Ida Hayes.
Josiah McBee and Elizabeth Funk.
John C Lemon and Mirgaret Cartwright,
Win M More and Martha E Huut
G H Whitmoore aud Sarah Burbridge.
George Kreatz and Sarah Pittenger.
G M Bonnett and Hannah Smith.
S R Dillard and Mary Euglaud.
L WXJay and Mary Miller.
J R Yates and Naomi Childers.
Jeremiah Lnckty and Jane C Jeiniiigt.
John Robinett and Matilda Towniend.
Peter WyckoT and Amanda Miller.
W M Renahaw aud Elnorah Cochran.
H L Long and E E Jordan.
B F Collins and M S Robinson.
W F Seals and Sarah Shakle.
A J Barlow and E C Hazleton,
P G Varf Alstine aud Ella Conkle.
W E Hauua and Sarah Wilkinson.
Thos Baucum and Alice Cloes.
A E Nichols and Eva Harms.
S Black and EmmaPengra.
J H Davis aud A V Richardson.
T F Carter and Mary Johnson.
Geo Neat and Mary S Warner.
I L Swearingeu and Mary Taylor.
Thos J Waugh and Lottie Cooper.
Geo Hayee and Laura Walton.
Frank Baker aiid Fanny Newman.
R L Barger and Mary Cress. '
J A Bargoe and Rebecca Cress.
T J Holse and Arri Bntler.
John Sullen and Sarah Martin.
Edward Black and M J Thomas.
Sidney Richardson and Clara Jones.
A Dunivan and Cora C Dunton.
L L JucUen aud A nanda Mays.
Walter Taine and Annie Redmond.
W E Simmous and Amelia BnsbnelL
John O'Brien and Alice Titus.
Stephen Masters and C N Courad.
'J C Joining! aud Amanda Poole.
Joel Martin aud Mary Barlow.
Henry Mulvaney and Rosa Harding.
A Looney and M E Mays.
W B Emmons and Ella E Gray.
J D Washburne and Sarah Richards.
S W Fletcher and Emma S Broughton.
Dr. Watts, the temperance lecturer, is en-
giged in deliverit g a course of lectnro at the
court houso. The Dr. is a rapid forcible
speaker, abouading In originallity, and en
gages the attention of his audience by bis
fund of humor, and striking and extraordina
ry gestures. Strongly antagonistic in his na
ture, he throw the whole force of hi will
into the work that he has taken open him
self to champion. He is full of bold defiant
assertions, challenging the enemy to disprove
hi position. His trumpet like voice gives on
uncertain sound as to his position npon the
temperance question, and certainly proclaims
him to be like all reformers have been, far
ahead of their own times. The Dr., physical
ly, is as fine a specimen of manhood as we
should wish to see, and after viewing bis
herculean frame and hearing his bold and
possibly dogmatic lecture i we are not sur
prised that the combined force of the Federal
officials of the'State could not convince him
that it was best for him to reiign his post
office when his name was on the ticket for a
presidential elector. Dr. Watt will lecture
again this evening at tho court l.ouae and
preach on the temperance (jo anion Sunday
at the M. E. church.
In all sections of our country there are
a id ever have been weather j'Wphet. Mint
of them prognosticate a cold, snowy Wiuter
at haud. 'foe cluuige of the moon, the
flight of the wild geese, the fnr npon certain
animals, point to ao uething bad in the
weather. But the wild geeae have come to
the conclusion this Winter tbat the tempera
ture in the south part of this valley answers
tbem very well, aud hundreds of thousands
of them now are enjoying the green pastures
and wheat fields ia Linn, Lane and Benton
Counties. There is about as much to be
known of tb weather here from the changes
of the moon as from the conjunctions of the
tar or the sua spots. Ii these change in
dieato saythingof tha weather ia other
eointries, they have ao influence here. We
have just about ao much rainfall her each
year, ay forty inches, and mack dry
weather. Ia the misty season the change of
tha moon do not stay tb "miste, nor do
they caass big pour-downs ia our dry season.
By tba way that oar farmer bora their
straw each harvest, one would appose that
they do art much believe ia the approach of
hard Winters. Oar climate ia aaiformly
saOd, aad tha Winter are opaa aad good
for stock. Yetitia always good policy
live tb straw for the stock ia the wet t?a-
Lut booty ii 8eei ky i Stniitrv
We dip from a letter written to tha WU
lamettt Farmer, by D. Newsoma, tha fol
lowing concerning Lane county:
"It mast be admitted that Lane and Linn
counties contain the main proportion of open
farm land in this valley. The auppliee of
timber come mostly freml the mountains.
The vat extent f country from Lebanon,
aonth to Rnrimrfleld. Lane countv. and east
of the railroad, is rich and fertile, but much
of it is low and wet And the country west
of the railroad and east of the Willamette
river, and so.ee parts west of Junction, Ea
gene and Cresswell are also much of them
low and wet All the drier part are ex
ceedingly fertile, I never saw any lands in
thos bounds but could be successfully
drained. There are natural inclinations of
the country, along which all the surplus wa
tor, by artificial ditches, could be drawn off.
The top soil, varying from two to eight feet
deep, is made of decaying vegetable matter,
and washing from the hills.. And its ele
mentary constituents are well suited to the
production of cereals, garden and grasses en
a Urge scale. "
Although much of that country is ' some
what isolated from our. commercial" empo-
nam. except by the U. t. u. K. K. and nav-J
igatioa a part of the year to Corvalli. and
mutt endure the ohargea of transportation on
their freight and passage, yet evident sign
of thrift and growing prosperity are visible
in all directions. The range on the foot
hilsand in some part of the lower lands is
good, and all the stock I saw looked well.
Nearly all the fences I saw everywhere,
which were made many years ago of rails,
are about rotted down. In lien of theie,
hundred of mile of new plank fence are
being made. Ten of thousands of choice
cedar poets are brought from the mountain
in wagon or boated down the main itream
and taken out and atored at the different
point on the Willamette river, ready for
buyer. The fencing plank i obtained from
the aw mill in the hills, or on the McKen-
lie. l observed that those posts were made
of large, sound, cedar timber. 'They are
sharp and driven down with mauls. The
timber at the mill is worth nine dollars per
thousand. The water saw mill at Coburg,
near Spores' old ferry, turn out ten thou
sand feet of clear timber daily. I saw but a
small number of ditches anywhere in those
counties. But the land owners are now
turning their attention much to ditt hing, A
canal could be made, beginning at Spore's
Ferry across the McKenzie, tapping that
river, and thence along the base of the foot
hills east, tnd extending till it should empty
into Big Mudy, and thence in its channel to
its mouth. Side ditches could be brought
into the main ditch all along. This would
raiu v a large district - in Lane . and
Linn counties. The Albany and Peoria
Prairies could all be ditched successfully.
These are rich and fertile.
My esteemed friend, Hon. M.a Wilkins,
has already commenced ditching parts of bis
large tracts of land, and thoie reclaimed
sndi yiold enormous crops of grain And tinv
thy. But to make ditching a success
there, all the land holders must agree and
oin in the enterprise. The district of conn.
try which I saw, if well drained aud divided
into smaller tracts, could support forty
times its present people and stock. Individ
uals in those counties ova very large bodies
of land, aud in many cases they are badly
tended. I saw an immense amount of green,
... , ,
growing wheat, and large omues oi una
newly plowed for a Spring crop. I found
eveiywhere kind, friendly people. Although
the time of year was very unfavorable for
looking at the conutry, yet I was agreeably
ontertained everywhere, and must say that
wa have the best climate, soil, timber and
water in the world."
Cborch Notieei. '
Freichiug in the Cumberland Presbyterian
Chnrcb to-morrow at 11 a. M..and at 7 r. at.
Prayer meeting oa Thursday at 7 r. m.
There will be services ia St Mary' Epis
copal Chnrea oa Sunday at 11 a. k. and in
toe evening at 7 e cioca. cieryice on r naay
eveuingat7,ith lecture on Church History.
Services at the Baptist Church to-morrow
morning and eveniug. Morning subject,
The Order to Advance; evening subject,
Tha destruction of Amaelk." Sunday
School at 3 r. U., B. F. Dorris, Superintend
Preaching at the M. E. Church to-mrrrow
at 11 A M by Dr. J. W. Watts; subject, "Bi
ble View of Temperance;" evening, childrens
meeting, consisting of singing, readings,
o aver, and an address on temperance to the
children by Dr J W Watt. All temperance
people in this city, and the several cburche
of the city, and the people generally, are
cordially invited to participate in the seri
vice. . .
7 "3? BE
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I No. enrolled.
3 Whole No. days
SI SSiSe.S&Wbole d'ys ah.
Av. daily attend
ance. B -
Av. d'y absence.
? $ ? R Per cent attead
w hu Nil eeseo of sar-
Mr. J as. McClarea wishes all who ar in
debted ta bint to call and settle up. Those
that La has trusted should call and sonar op
their acooaat By tbia mean they will
owe severe measv a b atast bar mon-
ry. AH who are wing bias will da well to
DccKt-The freezing cold weather has
mad tb duck easy game for tha porta
men. Jasper SUven and George Noland
one day this week kilted fifty mallards
Prof. Johuson also captured eighteen at on
Notice is hereby given that there will be a
meeting of the stockholder of tba Lane
Couhty Mercantile Association on Monday,
th 13th day of January, 1879, at 10 o'clock
A. M. A general attendance is requested a
business of importance will be transacted.
By order of the Board of Directors.
J. C. Jcxxinos, Secretary.
In Eugene I itv. December SI. 187A. to the
ife of 8. H. Friendly, a daughter.
Something for the New Year.
The world renowned success of HnaUtt.r'a
Bitters, and their continued popularity for a
quarter of a century as a stomachic, is scarcely
more wonderful than the welcome that greet
the annual appearance of Hoetetter's Almanac.
This valuable medical treatise is published by
Hoetetter's 4 Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa., under
their own immediate supervision, emuloying 80
hands in that department Ten cylinder
printing presses, 8 folding machines, S job
iresses, sc., are running about eleven months
a the veer on tliia wniV .ml th iui nf ..m.
for 1879 will not be let than ton millions
printed in the English. German, French, Nor
wegian. Welah. Swedish. Holland, llohemiin
and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy of it
for Valuable and interesting reading concern
ing health, aud numerous testimonials as to the
ethcacy of llostetter's Stomach Bitters, amuse
ment, varied information, astronomical calcu
lations and chronologioal items, 4c, which
can be depended on for correctnesj. The Al
manac for 1879 can be obtained free of eost.
from druggists and general country dealers in
in all parts of the country.
Dr. R, V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., the
proprii-tor of Dr. Tierce' Family Medicine,
and also of the Invalids' acd Tourists' Hotel,
of that city, ha recently been elected to
Congress by the very flattering majority of
nearly 3,000. He ha already terved hi
constituency a State Senator, and tlii rt
ntwed endorsement signifies that his ser
vice have been highly satisfactory. His
extensive practice in the treatment of Chronic
Diseases will aot, we are informed, be neg-
looted or suffer in the least when the time
arrive for him to take hi scat in Congress,
it being iutructed to his brother aud other
experiencsd medical gentlemen whohavefong
been associated with the Doctor in the Med
ical Department of his celebrated World's
Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel. Beside, as
the Forty-sixth Congress does not convene
until December, 1879, Dr. Pierce' patients
will not lose hi personal attention for soms
A Sensible lady Not lonir since one of our
principal physicians was called on to visit a
jmtient who was suffering from a severe cold,
and which had beoome seated on her limjri. He
continued for some time prescribing expensive
proscriptions, and she, poor thinir, irobblintr
down the nauseous preparations, with no ira-
At last she waa induced by her
uncle to ti
try llale s Honey of ilnre hmiml ana
tar, and before she had used one bottle of this
wonderful medicine, she could see a dechM
imnrovement, md th hnl. cured her.
Cost only 60 cent a bottle at all arugirist.
Depot.' Urittentons l atent Aledtcln Ware
house, 7 sixth avenue, Now York City The
dollar size is the most economical for general
use. Pike's Toothsche drops cure In one min
Berlin Fashion Pattern at Dunn ft Strat
Wo have just received from tha Eastern
factory, direct, a large stock of window
(hade and wall paper ; among the latter are
many very pretty styles embracing (trained
Pannels, Embossed, Gilts and Lac Patterns,
Satin and Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
paper. DUNN ft STRATTON.
Robinson ft Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest aud best selected stock of wall
paper and border in Eugene City, comprising in
part. Drown, Blanks, Satin, Gilt and Emboss-
1 paper, wnicn uiey purcnase oirec iiuiu ui
Em torn factories ana win sen an cnesp mm vne
cheapest. All paper trimmed free of charge.
Dr- Miotic' Vegetable Nepbraticam
Will cur all diseases of the Kindeys, Bladder
and Urinary Organs. Hundreds have been
cured after all other remedies had failed. His
English Dandelion Puis have no equal in all
cases of Diseased Liver, Dyspepsia or any
Billions Derangement. Many of your leading
citizens of this city will vouch a to Weir
virtues. To be had by all druggists
Is thi wiioli History or Mimcim, no
preparation has ever performed such marvel
lous cures, or maintained so wide a reputation,
as Atib'u Cherry Pectoral, which is recog
nized as the world's remedy for all diseases of
the throat and lungs. Its long-continued series
of wonderful cure in all climate has made 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 and surely, always relieving suffering,
and often saving life. The protection it affords,
by its timely use in the throat and lung dis
orders of children, makes it an invaluable rem
edy to be kept always on hand in every home.
No person can anora 10 oe wimouui, nu mm
who have once nsed it never will. From their
knowledge of its composition and effect. Phy
sicians use the Chirmy Pectoral extensively in
their practice, and Clergymen recommend It
It is absolutely certain in its remedial effects,
and will always cure where cure are possible.
For sale by all dealers. .
LlTer la Kln.
The Liver I the imperial organ of the whole
hnmaa system, as it controls the life, health and
happiness nf man. W ben it Is disturbed in 11
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
and nervous system, are all immediately con
nected with th workings of the Liver. It baa
been successfully Droved that Green's August
Flower U unequalled in curing all persons af
flicted with Dyspepsia ur Liver Complaint, and
all the numerous symptoms that result from an
unhealthy condition of the Liver and Stomach.
Sample bottle to try, 10 eenU. Positively sold
ii all towns oath Western Continent, lore
de will prove that it is just what yon want
A FREE IT RE
For consumption, bronchitis, asthama, catarrh,
throat and lung disease. Aise a sure relief and
permanent cure for general dability, dyspepsu
and all nervous alfectiosw, by a simple vegetable
medicin which cured a venerable missionary
Phynician who wa 1od2 a resilient of Syria and
the East, and who has freely givea this valua
ble epecifie to thousands of kindred sufferer
with the greatest pomMe benefit, and now be
feel it his ecred ehruUm duty to impart to
thu wm. !rful inriTontUni remedy, aad
' ,U mewl FKEK tb original receipt complete,
j direction, to any persoa enclosing
j tUmip "dJJlaRK A. R0BBIN.
Gsrw rv Btort, Btiactsx, N. V.
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BROUHT TO EUGENE.
OUR 8T0CK OF
has been largely increased and we can show as
umuuKiue a line of ready mad goods in
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
A can be found in the country, and at prieeej
Mt nuinoi iwi so sausiy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well nued with e etiLniliil ......... t -it
iwuing siyiee and fashionable shade of goods.
- 1 I " ---- wt Ml,
tJirKJCSS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DHE8S GOODS.
l'lald, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Hk'ached A Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gouts Underwear,
Sn A UT O 1 uniTirv.
uiiuinio aim ovauio;
Robinson & Church
MIELFit HEAVY HARDWARE
Best Selected Stock in Oregon
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO
A. V. PETERS A CO.,
Dealers in General Merchandise, and examine the Celebrate
WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
The best and most complete of all, and sold on the most reason
BOOT AH 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
. LADIES', MISSEN
llftltera, Cloth and Kid,
Mlippf ra, whit and blaok,
Freacls kid Mhora.
MEN'S A BOYS'
rifii and HiAvr
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And in fact everything in the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to devote my
MY 600DS ,
Were manufactured to order,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed a represented, and will be
sold for the lowest prices that a good article
oan be afforded. apr27-78tf A. lit JUT.
Musical Instrument!, Toys, Notions, etc
Watche. Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwest corner of Willamette
and Ekhth streets. feb9 tf
If you wish to buy your goods cheap, you must
go to ths store of
They keep one of ths largest stocks of
Outside of Portland, and they sell goods cheap
er than it can be bought anywhere in the Wil
The firm of Lnrch Bros, consists of Aaron
Lurch and Ben Lurch.
LIFE OF TRADE
XXril.hVO WOBK CBEAPliU th sny ober
v T tivio ia town.
HORSES SHOD FOR SI 50,
With mw awtarial, all rouml. Besetting oM shcae
All warranto1 to give ealUtnetlen.
ShoQ on the Corner of 8ta ani
- Olive S'f.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of
all kind at inside figure by
T. G. HKXDRICKS.
TAR I MS
aad low price. Jnst received by
r rt. rnir,.i vi.i .
TUB BUST a II OK, CVEU BROUGHT;! O
& D. Coat, who lives eight mile south of
Eogen City, ha a lot of fin Merino books,
both par blood and grades, for aale vary
cheap. Sheep raisers wold da wall to call
poa bin befora tyfafig further for fine
a? M r
Trunks and Traveling Satcht;iU
HATS AND CAPS In th leading ftyle.
OILCLOTHS for Boor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wa would call special attention to our (took of
Mem' and Boys' Hair Francisco Boot.
Which w have sold for a number of year with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A comulete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FAKMINQ
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
astonisbly low rate.
LIVERPOOL CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lor all kind of produca and
, II. FRIENDLY
HAVE FOR sal
Tab eand Pocket
W invite an eiaa
(nation of our good,
conSdent that our
price will uit th
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing GoodsCensrally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City, Oregon
HOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Highest market rtrlc paid for ad kind a
PRODUCE, HIDE.4 and FURS.
Ha taken possession of th
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will earrv on a
GENERAL LIVERY BU8INES8.
Horse fed and boarded by the week or data,
HORSES AND BUOGIEB FOR HIRE.
Eugene City Brewerj.
MAU1IAS MKLLEII, Pro
Is now prepared to 111 stl orlm far ,
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Com mi for ftnmr) A ffoo4 articl p6m
Sale of Beal Eate ty Referee.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
1 by virtu of decree of the Circuit (Wt
o the but of Oreirnn, for the eountv of Lane,
a oe at tn regular Novemher term. 1878. m the
t wherein 0. C. Miller plaintiff and
Henry W. Miller ei J are d. fen UnU, direet
injf th uadenigned referee to sell th ml e
UU belontrin to said partic. I will off w for
sal to th highest bidder it the Court Hoom
donr in Eurene Citr. Lane eonnty, Oregon,
on the 30th day of Dsosmher, 1878, tha M
lowing premiss, to-wit: Commencing at the
S. E. erner of th donation land claim H
Oflorg Miller and wife, claim Na 55, runiier
theao ucirth VJ Vi ehains, these west luO i
ehain. theno aorth t tO ehains, throe west
66 91 chain, theno tonth 38 67 ebaine, thea
167 M ebaiDS to the place of beginning,
ai nr 3a 7 M aore ia Lan eooBty, Ore
ras. Sal to wnmnot st 1 o'clock T. Is.
Term of sale naeb.
Joiiw T. Oilfir, fol efer,