The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, February 01, 1879, Image 3

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CITY AND COUNTY.
KLMOVAL.
Tin patrons of the Guard will tukt notice
that tli flics) has keen moveil to tht
' m .cross tlit hall, from' iU formei place
Th office is now above the Grange store.
BKIKF MEXTIO.X.
Dull.
Egg 25 cents.
foUtoes are selling at 871.
rLw Jackson i bst sweet navy tobacco.
L. T. Bragg is Auditor of Whitman conn
tr.W.T.
Hay is scarce in this market and is selling
,i from 15 to 518.
Examination at the public school, has
been in progress this week.
Hun. G. B. Dorris, and H.C. Owens came
up from Portland, Thursday.
Bead the the installation address, by
Judge Walton, on the first pago.
Eight hundred and twenty Hue ribbons
now flutter in the breeze in tins town.
Mr. L N. Muucy, superintendent of the
Tellurium mine was in town this town.
F. B. Dunn, and H. F. Stratton, have dis
' solved partnership. See dissolution notice.
Mr. Jas. F. Robinson will build a neat
residence, in the western part of town, the
' coming Summer.
Hobe Dyer, at the St. Charles Hotel, how
' wears a smile, aud singi, "Its nice to be i
father. Its a girl.
Sixteeu thousand four hundred dollars is
' all it cost to run the last term of Circuit
Court in Multnomah comity.
"Curg" Jackson is iu town visiting friends
and relatives. "Curg" has not dwindled
' away much, since be did the heavy work on
the Journal.
A new sawmill has been built about one
half mile from Siiiithfield, Line county.
The new saw mill will be able to supply the
demand of that section.
Mark Couley, who worked in Espey's
factory, when locate 1 at this place, went to
the States, got married, and is now return
ing with bis wife to Oiegon.
' Hear Ye; a lamp has been placed in the
hall, upstairs, in Underwood's brick block.
' Those visiting the Guard office after night,
will now have a light unto their feet.
We always admired a masquerade ball.
It's so nice to squeeze a little lump of con
densed sweetness for one straight hour, and
and then find yon've only been husgiug
your sister.
Business men should not forget thnt
blank notes, bill-head, statements, letter
heads, and every description of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
at the Gcakd office.
There is r lady iu Rosebnrg who is so ex
ceedingly modest that it mnkes her blush to
' speak the naked truth. Plaindeuler.
Yes, and some of the Eugene girls are so
f modest, as to object to the hauling of un
' dressed lumber through the street.- t
A prominent citizen returned home tho
'other night with a bad at tat k of neuralgia
' and tried to unlock tho front door with a bit
1 of bologna. Throwing hi watch in the cor
1 ner he stuffed his boots under the pillow, hid
1 a spare piece of limburger iu his wife' new
' kat, and feeling exhausted sat down on it to
' rest. There were private theatricals in the
' house-hold that night.
' Shooting. Considerable excitement was
'caused Thursday evening, about 10 o'clock,
by a pistol shot in the saloon owned by Mr.
Hanks. From what we can learn of the af
fair "Cole," a negro well known in this vi
cinity, stepped np to the bar aud fired his
pistol st the barkeeper, a young man named
Peak; the shot narrowly escaping his head,
passed through the wall of two buildings,
"anto tho butcher shop adjoining. The as
'ssult was entirely unprovoked. Policeman
' Fslch arrested "Cole" and confiuod hiin in
tht jail His examination took place yes
!terday evening;, before Justice Alexander,
' who bound him in the sum of one hundred
' dollars, to await the action of the grand jury.
Mr. Frank Coleman gave the required bail,
' and the prisoner was released.
Easter Grain. Wo have been shown
by Mr. Goo. Bslshaw, some samples of wheat
from Illinois. Although it is a picked lot,
'tho scrubiest of Oregon grain, is far superior
' in every respect To make the comparison
more pointed, Mr. Belshaw hail with it
somi of the superb wheat raised by himself,
tho grains, of which, are fully twice as large
'as the Eastern specimens. Mr. Belshaw in
'tends to plant it and send some of the results
'back. He says tho change will be so great,
that they will fail to recognize it as tho off
spring of their own wheat
Desiid. Tho application for a new trial
tot Johnson aud Brown, convicted of murder
in tho first degree, has been denied by the
Supreme Court Unless Executive clemency
is exercised, they will be executed next
Friday.
Located. Mr. W. V. Henderson has lo
cated at tho Dalles, Oregon. Mr. Hender
son is a yonng man of steady habits, and
well skilled in his profession. In common
with others, we wish him success in his new
home.
Staitto for Home. On but Wednesday
a nnmbor of Eugene folks sojourning in the
East started for home. Tho party consists
W Mr. R C. Van Houten, Mrs. Jos. Gray,
Mark Conloy and wife, and Mrs. Kano
19SA5B. r. lieorge JlilJer, tbe man
whom wo mentioned not kjj since as hv
tog been adjodged insane, was conveyed to
tho asylum last WedneUy by Sheriff
Eakia.
Jrofc Rett. Two rooms suitable for of
fices, upstairs in Undonrnods britk. Apply
wt Express office,
New Si Wool Law. School superintend
ent Calhsori, has received the amended
school laws of the Stute of Oregon, in pam
phlet form, and is sending them out to the
respective districts. We are indebted to
him for a copy, from which we note several
changes; the most important of Which, is
that the time for holding school elections.
has been changed from the 1st Moudsy of
April, to the 1st Monday of March. The
second apportionment of school money is
changed from the 3d Monday of September;
to the first Monday in Juue. It has been
made the duty of the clerk of each district
to make out and transmit to the country
superintendent by the first Monday in March
a report of all the children in his district
over four and uudor tweuty years of age.
Neglect to do this wdl forfeit the district's
share of the public funds.
Junction City Items.
Junction has a nsw water tank.
Workmen aro engaged building the City
Hall.
Ed Huston is building a new residence.
Robert Clow, Grand Master t( Masons of
the State of Oregon, will pay Junction City
Lodge, No. 58, A. F. & A. M an official
visit on Thursday eveninc. Junuarv 30.
1879.
City property is on the rise ou account of
railroad rumors.
The Junction City flouring mills shu
down on last Friday for ttf'd weeks for re
pairs and improvements.
The protracted meeting under the" super
vision of Elders McCoi kleand Waller closed
ast Sunday. The meeting was largely
attended throughout
Kev. L. II. Wells, the Episcopal minister
of this place, will held services in Braslield's
Hall in Junction City, next Wednesday
evening.
Rolls of Honor.
.
The following is a list of the pupils names,
of the public school, who belong on the Holla
of Honor for the month endim; January
24th, being neither absent or tardy:
IXTKIIMKDIATB DEPARTMENT.
ieorge Whitney,
'rank MeCornack,
Ella Burbridge,
Thomas Seavy,
Eddie Itees,
Rosa Miduley,
Waldo Cheshcr,
Caleb Wall,
Hattie Smith,
Ina Callison,
Rachel Gross,
Rosetta Gray,
Emma Coffin,
Lulu Norris,
Sophrona Seavy,
la Johnson,
Edith Winter,
Millie Lakiu,
Mattie Chrisman,
Amanda Swatison,
Iola Babb.
Miii U G. Adair, Teacher.
FIltbT PRIMARY.
Mo Edris,
Minnie Rees,
Maggie Wiilmer,
Maggie Kinsey,
Andrew Babb,
Sylvester Boyd,
Herbert Condon,
Reed Athcrtou,
I ouis Johnson,
Henry McCready,
Sherman Wade,
Willie Kecs,
Newton Saxtou.
Mary Carlile,
in ilia Dorris,
Kate Dorris,
xra Jiutterlield,
lay mazier,
uyema .Johnson
Mary Mathew,
,va Aelson,
Clara Seavy,
Alice Wall in,
Lizzie Kemck,
Ina E. Condox, Teacher.
' Blue Ribbon Club.
The Bluo I'itilmn Club will meet next
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, at the M.
E. Church. The following is the pro
gralituu': Music.
Prayer.
Music
Address Prof. Tlios. Coudju.
Music.
Essay Mrs. Prof. Bell
Music
Recitation Miss Anna Pengra.
Music
Volunteer speeches.
Circulation of pledge.
By order of Executive Committee,
S. C Price, Chairman.
Ball or the 7th.--We announce to-day
to the invited guest of the masquerade ball
of the 7th, that Professor' Brotherhood
has been engaged to play 1st violin,
J.S. Luckey, 2d violin, P. H. Farrell solo
cornet, John Christian 2d cornet, I. K. To
ten flutist, II. B. Miller violincello, J. B.
Khinehart basso. Prof. ' Brotherhood in
tends giving leas.nn in dancing hereafter in
Eugene. Ho now teaches in Corvallis and
Harrisburg. Doors at the hall will open at 7
o'clock. All maskers must indsutify them
selves to the committee. Graud march to
commence at 8 o'clock sharp. Unmasking
at llulO o'clock. None but maskers will be
allowed on the floor uutil after numasking.
A prize for the best sustained character by a
lady. Also prize to best sustained character
by a geut
Siioonsu Stars. As they sat upon the step.
on Sunday evening, he claimed his right to a
kiss for every shooting star. She at first de
murred, as became a modest maiden, but
finally yielded. She was accommodating
enough to call his attention to tbe flying
meteors that was about to escape bis notice,
and thca go to "calling" him on lighting bags,
and at last got him down to steady work on
the light of a lantern that a man was swing
ing about a depot in the distance, where the
trains were switching.
DIED. Mr. Heury Parson, well known to
tie citizens of Eugene, died at Salem
whither he had gone for medical treatment,
last Tuesday. His remains were brought up
on Thursdays train, and after funeral ser
vices at the M. E. church, were consigned
to their last resting place in the silent city
ofthedtad. Mr. Parson leaves a wife and
family to mourn his decease.
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cm libbo. jr. Matt lectured at
Junction on tho temperance question last
Tuesday night A ills. Ribbon club has
been organized of 181 members with tbe fol
lowing officers: XT. M. Houston, President;
.Mrs. tfundy. nee president; Mrs. Higley,
monster; J. h. iloaiton, Secretary.
Real Estate Transactions.
The following real estato transactions
have been made sinco January 1st:
Elso VonSchoick to S Vsach, 150 acres;
Consideration,
James Goodchild to 0 B Campbell, town
lot iu Eugene; consideration, tl.V).
II Stone to Smith, Brosfiold & Co, sheriffs
sale, Noble's saw mill; consideration, $?,430.
U S to Wm M Stephens; donation patent,
W R Jones to Win C Shiels, town prop.
erty iu Cottage Grove; consideration, t-M.
James Goodchild to Jesse Gross, Eugene
property; consideration, $1,000.
U S to Wm J McMecker.
U S to O lUgsdoll.
U S to E A Breeding.
US to Wm A Brewer.
UatoItU Baskett
Mary Ann Murray to V. Kratz, 2 acres;
consideration, fS50. J
U S to Geo D Coffin. '
Henry and Cosmo Marvin to John Cogs
well, 1,121 acres; consideration; $.'1,200.
John Stewart to Bluford DeadmonJ, 240
acres; consideration, $400.
Sarah J Kirk to B Rutledge, lot) acres,
deed of gift
Geo XV, May hew to James T rihay Junc
tion town lots; consideration, f400.
W V Haines to I K Peters, Engelio, town
property; consideration, $300. ' ,rV
J S Jortlan to Henry t or t Icy, undivided
half of 4 acres; consideration, $773.
George McGowau to Elizabeth Stanbury, 2
lots in Eugene; consideration, $800.
George C Miller to C C Miller, one-third
of one-tenth interest iu 3S7 acres; considera
tion, $.")0.
B F Powers to John Myrtle, considera
tion. $4o0.
S II Spencer to Jerry Roam, lots In Eu'
gene; consideration, $300.
II G P Lcmley to Granville Fight, l(i0
acres; consideration, $1,000.
A K Patterson to Wm Stewart, lot iu Ku'
gene; consideration, $100.
J H Tuttle to B F Powers, 190 acres; con
sideration, $2,00(1.
R V Howard to George Bryant, 8b' acres;
consideration, $400.
George Humphrey to J G Day, 70 acres;
consideration, $1,40(1
John B Miller to C C Millor, one-tenth
interest in 387 acres; consideration, $08.
John L Miller to C C Miller one-tenth in
same; consideration, $o0.
R M Baker to J J Walton, one-tenth in
terest in 2 lots in Eugene; consideration,
$1.1.
R H Hazleton to A Hazletou, lot iu Cot
tage Grove; consideration, $100.
II C Humphrey to Lucia C Bell, lot in
Eugene; consideration, $.V0.
Dauiel G. Gay to Jos, Burkhart one-
eleventh of 1,012 acres; consideration,
saw.
I E Stevens to John Cogswell, 1G0 acres;
consideration, $4,800. t
John Cogswell to I E Stevens, 1,121 acres;
consideration, (5,800.
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SSSgjgSg NonroHed.
I Whole No. days
I misS attendance,
8 jg W&v Si Wroled'ysaU
&?2t2Jfe Av.dai!y attend
ee jg' ' ' ance.
w w ing Av. d'y absence.
g i g J A v. No. belong
wSro' tug ing.
t3$j?.S; Per cent attend
No. fanes of tar
diness. advertising.
Now and then there is a merchant who
does not advertise, and tells his sustomsrs
that he saves that expense, and fgivss it to
his patrons. It sonnds a little plausible,
aud might catch a man who never thiaks,
but it couldn't be stuffed down an ordina
ry intelligent man. The intelligent man
knows that a me-chaut who does not adver
tise in this ag9 of the world, gets very little
trade, and has to make a big per cent on
what he does sell to make a living. The in
telligent man also knows that if the afore
said merch.-yit should happen to save a cent
by not advertising, he would be the last
man to give it to his customers; he is not
liberal enough. He isn't that kind of a
doughnut Moreover, the intelligent man
knows that it is tho nimble sixpence that
makes the money. The wide awake mer
chant who advertises what he has, tells the
people to come rnd see hiin, treats them
politely when they do come he is the mer
chant who sells goods enough to make
money on a small, very small profit; and it
will always be a saving to your pocket to
trade with him.
Church Notices.
Services at the Baptist Church to-morrow
morning aud evening. Morning subject,
"Paul an Example of tho Power of Christ;"
evening subject, "Sin and Retribution
Sunday School at 3 P. M.
In the Cumberland Presbyterian church,
the Presbyterians and Cumberland Presby
terians will unite in services to-morrow at
1 1 A. M. and 7 r. . said onion services will
also be protracted through the following
week. All are invito! to attend.
Prerl.incr in the if. B fTinreh to-morrow
"
at 11 a M and 7 T M by tho pastor, P.ev
J. 8. McCain, morning subject, "Ood honors i
t mt kinnr fliirt " veninir 7 9. V. I
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Childrens meeting, conaistitig of songs. "
Iect readings, recitations&c. AH are invited.
Suntlay School at 3 T. . L. O. Adair supt
Beef Cattle-. A car load of stall fed cat
tie, fattened by Mr. Goo. Millignn on the
Mckenzie, were shipped to Portland yester
day.. Ho realized six cents per pound net
for them.
Examination Week. This week hns
been examination week at the university.
St) far as wo barn the atudents are acquit
ting themselves creditably. Tho third
quarter of the university year will begin
next Monday.
Deuate. The Laitrean society, yesterday
evening, debated tho Chinese question. The
sister Eutaxian society, aud svveral visitors
were in attendance. Wo acknowledge the
receipt of au invitation, of which we availed
ourselves. Further notice 'of the exercises
will be given next week.
Complimentary. The Roseburg paiwrs
speak in terms highly complimentary of
some of the teachers from this place who at
tended the iustituto recently held iu Hose
burg. Profs. Condon, Boll and Supvrintend-
ent Callison are especially mentioned.
Insurance.
Undorwood Bros, are representing four of
tho most popular and reliable Insurance
Complies on this Coast to-wit Couueticut
of Hartford; New Zealand, of Aukhnd)
Commercial Union, of Iondon; Hambcrg &
Bremen of Hambcrg; representing a capital
of over $29,000,000 gold coin. "lXmt wait
till the horse is stolen before you lock the
Btable door."
Settle I'p.
Mr. Jas. McClaren wishes all who are in
debted to him to call ami settle up. Those
that he has frosted should call and square up
their account By this means they will save
more severs measures as be must have mon
ey. All who are owing mm will do well to
heed this notice.
For Sulr,
Mr, Chas Lauer offers for sale his dwelling
house and lot Also a fine lot of furniture;
terms reasonable. Apply to Ml. Chas Lauer.
For Sale.; Two fine building lota for
sale. Enquire at this office.
F.njoj Mfc.
What a truly beautiful world wo livo In 1
Nature cives us grandeur of mountains,
glens and oceans, and thousands of means for
enjoyment, we can desire no ociccrwnen
in lierfect health; but now ottcn tio tne ma-
i i . :l .... .i:
oriry oi pcnpie ieei iiko giving ii. tii ui
leartcned, discouraged and worried out with
disease, when there is no occason for this
feeling, as every sufferer can obtain satisfac
tory proof that ( reen's August Flower will
make them as free from tliscaie as when
lm. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint is the
direct cause of seventy-five per cent of such
fialadio as Biliousness, Indigestion, sick
ieadacho, Costiveness, Nervous Prostration,
Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation of -tne
Hnart. nn.l i.tlinp iliafmiuinV aVIllTltollt
Three doses of August Flower will prove its1
wonderful effect Sample bottles, 10 cents.
Try it
Doea the World Move?
Tho Rev. John Jasper, of Viiginia, say.-,
"De sun do move, for in de momiu it shines
on dis side oh de lions, while iu tho ebonin'
on dat sids nb de house Now, of he don t
movo, how com ho dar ! Notwithstanding
Mr. Jasper s Ioi", we yot behevo tlio world
moves. Wlien Mr. Jasper sulfas cousuuhcu
the popular belief, people thought that to
die of the small-pox or cholera was simplo
fulfilling one of nature's laws. Now,
through vaccination, small-pox is averted,
while cholera, cholera morbus, dysentery
(flux), ami diarahuta; aro readily cured by
the use of Dr. Pierce's Compound Extract of
Smart-Weed. Does not such evidences tend
to prove that "tho world moves ?" As an
external remedy for cuts, bruises, sprains,
swellings, bites and stings of insects, the
Compound Extract of Smart-Weed has no
equal. Veterinary surgeons have alio em
ployed it with marked success.
Nasal Catarrh and Lunir anil Bronchial affec
tions, and all diseases arising from an Impure
state of the blood, positively cured. Dr. Sou-
vielle Mathieu, the eminent rrencli physician
and surgeon, anil inventor of the J ans urom
eter which has itfven relief to thousands suffer
ing from those terrihle diseases in Kurope and
the United States. This wonderful instrument
was invented by Dr. Sou virile Mathieu, for
the treatment of Nasal Catarrh, Lung and
Bronchial affections.
Berlin Fashion Pstterns at Dunn k Strat
ton s.
We have just received from the Eastern
factory, direct, a largo stock of window
shades and wall paper ; among the latter are
many very pretty, styles emnracing t.ramcu
Pauuels, Kinlxwscd, (lilts mid Lace Patterns,
Satin and Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trinuinng
paper. DUNN & oTKAT'J'ON.
Robinson & Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and liest selected stock uf witll
pajier and bonier in Eugene City, eoriipricinjcin
part, lirown, Ulanks, Satin, Gilt and Emboss
ed paper, which they purchase direct from the
Rastera lactones and will sell as cneap as ins
cheapest All pawr trimmed free of charge.
Dr. Mlntle's Vegetable Nelhrctfonm
Will cure all diseases of ths Kindeys, lShvhWr
and Urinary Organs. Hoii'ln-ils have been
cured after all other remedies hail failed. His
Enxlih Dandelion Pills have no eiial in all
caxesof Diseased Liver, Iyewia or any
Pillioiut Derangement. Many of your leading
citizens of tins city will vouch as to tlieir
virtues. To lie had by all riruiKiste
I TH WHOl.t HlHTOHT Of MKIIKIMK, IIO
preparation has ever ierformt-d such marvel
ous cures, or maintained so wide s reputation,
as Atfr's OhpukT PkiToRaI., which is recog
nized as the world's remedv forall diseases of
the throat and luns. Its lon continued series
of wonderful cures ill all climates has made it
nnivenetlly known as a safe and reliable agent
to employ. Against ordinary colds, which are
the foreninners l more serious oisoruers. n arm
speedily and surely, always relieving suffering,
and often saving lite. 1 lie protection n aiioro.,
by its tinvlv use in the thn at ami lung dis
orlers of i hildrrn, nialtes it I n I ivaluable rem
edy to he kept alwavs on hand m every home.
No person can afford to I without it, and thueo
who have once used it neyer wilL Krom their
knowledge of iU cimwition effects. Phy
sicians use the Chkkkt Pectoral eiU-nsively ln
their raife. and Clergymen reomimend it
It is a)olutly certain in iu remedial effMs,
and will alwavs cure w here cures are ptawiiie.
I Eor sale by all dealers.
E. WADSWOIITII.
i f'ftnraiwimr atrent f.r the PP-tfirial Family I'i-
XorThe times, and give, universal
. M.j,frtion. Addrewt th Agent, Monroe,
i Benton county, Oren,
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HASJU.STOl'EXEDFORTIlESllUNGAXl) SUMVH TRADE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER 11R0UHT TO EUGENE.
' OUR STOCK OF
CLOTHING
has been laiyoly iiicrva.i'l and we can shotV'as
namisome lineol ready made goods id
MEN'S AND HOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As nau be found in the country, ami at prices
mat cannot tail to satutfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a snleiulicl assortment of all
loading stylet and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
aud
AMERICAN DKESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Oiwra Flannels of all colors.
nit'aclii'il & Unblrnelii'd Cotton Flan
noN.
Ladies' and Gonts' Underwear,
SHAWLS ami SCARFS;
Robinson & Church,
DKAI.KliS IX
S1IELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
UAVK T1IK
OcsfSelccted Stock In Oregon
j&. BOIiIiAH, S-a3fcOSTX3:D
IS .A.
O 3L 3R.
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO 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 reason
able terms.-
BOOT Jill SHOE STORE,
A. HUNT, Propriotor.
Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Eugene City, Or,
I will horuafter keep a complete stock of
L1DIF.K', MISSES'
AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Uultcra, Cloth and Kid,
Itutton lluotsj,
Slipper, white and black,
4 fiuudalw,
Frcnrh klilNhoes).
MEN'S & BOYS'
riNS AND IIIAVT
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And in fact everything in the P.OOT aud
SHOE line, to which I Intend to dovote my
especial attention.
MY GOODS
Wtre manufactured to order,
ARE FIRST GLASS
And iftiaranteeil as represented, ami will be
solil fur the lowest prices that a (rood article
oan be afforded. a.ra7-78tf A. II I'NT,
CRAIN BROS.
m
frUK Watchci and
Jtwtlry,
Musical Instrument!, Toys, Notion, etc
11T.A..1.... ri,.,A.m mA .TniavulfV MrtfajrCtil ft till i
"'
If you wish to buy your goods cheap, you must
go to the store of
LURCH BROS.
COTTAGK O I tO VIC.
J
t They keep one of the largest stocks of
General Merchandise
nut.i.la ..f Portknd. and they sell goods cheap
er than it can lie bought anywhere in the Wil- J
lanietts vall'V.
The firm of Lurch
Pros, consists of Aaron
Lurch and IWn Lurch.
CPOSITION
14 TUB
LIFE OF TRADE!
SLOAN BROTHERS
ttntl DOWORK CHEAPKB tliao anf other
IT sh'ip in t4)a.
HORSES SHOD FOR Jl 50,
With new material, all round. Kenettinff old shoe
7$ enta.
All warranted lo give sallalartlosi.
f.hnn nrt thn f!nrner cf 8th aal
MUtfL' V
Clive Ss.
AC.KKTLTUKAL IMPLEMENTS of
all kinds at iuside fi-gnres l.y
T. . HENDRICKS.
TMCKNN
tOIi -NEW STYLES
1and low pri'-ea.
J nt rewiveil by
X II. EKIKNHLY.
T
1IK K I'.H'T ttllOK! LVKB UROl'OU Tlli
ltluiaiSt,attkaUeipr",,'. .. .
T. II. He NllflirKH'.
R. I. Coats, who lives ciht miloo sonth of.
Kui'cne City, has a lot of fine Meriuo bucks, I
lU.th pure bhxls and grades, for sale Ver
j cheap. Shtcp raiders would do well to rail
jopou him befora hv.kin further for finej
i.t.L -I" 1
WOOL . BLANKETS,
A LL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
' HAT AND CArSIri the leading styles.
OILCLOTHS ft flrtor and table use.
BOOTS AIW8HOK8.
AVo wiMild salf sjiocial attention to our stock of
Mens' and Hoys' Fan Francisco Hoots,
Which we hard sold for a number of years with
great satisfactiow. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING'
UTENSILS, ,
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED' GOODhj
And all choice FAMILY OKOCKK1KS ail
astonishly low ratos. .
LIVERPOOL A CARMEN ISiAND SALT:
Highest price lor all kinds of prod use and
WOOL-
, I. FIJBi:IlA;
HAVE FOR sale
at the lowest
Rates
1HON, STEEL,
AXES. ANVILS.
NAILS, ROPK
Cable Chains,
Glow, I"utty,
Tabl eantl Pmket
CUTLERY, .
GUNS, PISTOLS.
AMMUNITION,
AGimULTTHAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Blasttnir Powder,
Fishing Tackle.
Etc., Eta.
We Invite an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
prices will suit tho
times.
XtOC
B. F. DORRIS,
DKALEll IN
Stove,
Kniigcsfj
I'liniptJ,
Pipes,
Metals,
TJuwnro
AND
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
AND
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Millmiiottc Nirect,'
Eugene City, Oregon
JUST RECEIVED.
A Large Stock ol
DRY GOODS,
CLOTH INO, HATS,
BOOTS AND SIIOE9,
OKOCERIKS,
YANKEIi NOTION!
ETC., ETC.,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
A. GOLDSMITH.
ALFUED OLEU
Has taken poMoasloa of the"
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVEItY BUSINESS.
Horses fed and boarded by the week or day,
HOUSES AND P.UOGIEH FOR HIKE.
Eugene City Brewer).
MATUIAS M lAA.VAl, Pro'p
frrr-w Is bow preparad to All all orian far
KsiJ LAGER BEER
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY, -
Comt ami for jr.frni. A ifood rtieU P&m
i rifnimm'iiilitii
OSECURO AN1 PAN JTAN LIMB
i forsaUh T. (i. H K. NT) RICKS. "J
S. llemcnway, M. I).
RICSPECTFCLLY OKKEIIS HIS SER-'
vices to the citiens Eugene City and
vkiuity in the
1'KACTlCE
MEDICIHE AHD SUR6HRY.
When not alwnt on rnfrwiowal duty carf
! found at l.i n sid'-iiiv, rornrr of Oak anl
Vifth ir.H-U or at lr. Patterson's ottieo on
Nioth irtnvt.-
Office buhrs from 10 to II a. m., and 3 to 4
r. .
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pHLLI'.IUL AIEHril.t!ISB tf
T.C. HENDRICKS,