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CITY AND COPNTY.
Ageat at rartlaad.
Mr. V. L. Eppinger is our autnorixed
agent at Portland.
Chew Jackson's bast tweet navy tebacco.
Much sickness io tbii Beighborntod at
An infant daughter of Mr. tTia HaT'died
The Guard it the beat advertaaw Bedlam
ia Lane county.
For privata boarding and lodging, all at
Mr. S. OdgeoV
Mr. 8. H. Friendly will pay tb highest
market prica for wheat
Saa advertiaement of Mr. J.M . Kitchen,
'of Irving, io another column.
yt invite correspondence form every part
f the county. Send along the news.
Tha ttudenti who contemplate attending
the University have commenced flocking in
One of oar city hoodlums was arretted
this week for putting a dead rattlesnake in a
Patronize John Lenger if you want good
milk. Ha furnishes a first rata quality at a
We acknowledge the receipt of Vol 1
No, 13 of the Salem Daily Capital, and
gladly place it on our X list. -
Win. Christian and Frank McCain hava
gone to Eastern Oregon, to take charge af
Jerry Lackey's sheep en shares.
Some reading matter was unavoidably
crowed out of this issue af the Guard on ac
count of a rash of advertisements.
Mrs. M. Goodlow died at Creswell about
two weeks ago of consumption. She leaves
a husband and three little children to mourn
Vlr. Baker, of. the Astor House, wishes it
distinctly understood that no advance in the
price for board by the week or by meals has
Prof. J. W. JohnW has returned from
the mountains much improved in health.
The professor has been in the mountains very
near three months.
Mr, G. Bettman and wife was tha recip
ient of a seranade by tha Eugene Brass Band
last Monday evening. Mr. Bettman enter
tained the boys right royally.
Preaching at the M. E. Church to morrow
morning and evening at 11 A. X. and 8 r. H.
Sunday School at 3 P. sr. Prayer and praise
meeting on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Rev. Mr. Cornwall has resigned the pat
Vorship of the C. P. church and Rev. Woolcy
has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Mr.
'Cornwall has accepted a call from Walla
The Guard is the largest, and most ex
tensively circulated of any paper in Lane
jeoaty. Tha Guard is also the official paper :
f Eugene City. Advertisers should make a
Bote of this.
Mr. Yaroell of Mohawk killed a large bear
last Thursday whicfi weighed over 200 lbs.
Messrs Humphrey and McClanahan par
chased his bruinship and shipped him to;
Portland on venture.
On Thursday, September 4th County
Judge Craig, of Union county, appointed
Woodson. Slater, Jamei Xevill and Bettie
Shaw to free scholarships in the Slate Uni
versity, at this place.
Mr. G: B. Dorns requests all who are in
debted to Mr! J. W. Cleaver, by jiote or
book accouut, to call and settle with him,
as he it tha attorney for the collection ot
finch claims. See notice.
Business men should not forget that
blank notes, bill-heads, statements, letter
heads, and every description of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
kt tha Guard affice.'
The following persons from Marion county
hava passed an examination before the coun
ty Superintendeh't to attend the State Uni
versity at Engene: A. Coolidge, Charles
bray, A. McClain, Wallace Mount, Charles
Ciarke, Burt Collier, Stepher Chadwick,
Harvey Baker and Whiteney Boise.
See advertisement ef Dr. Henly's Oregon
Kidney Tea in another column. This is an
Oregon production and should be encouraged
by all who are in need of such a medicine.
The house of Hodge, Davis k Co., its sole
agent,' is enough to guarantee ' its good
qualities. For sale by all druggists.
A drunken brawl on Willamette street
last Monday caused some excitement. After
everyone witnessing tha affair had become
thoroughly disgusted with the scene an of
ficer appeared and arrested one of the
delinquents. The recorder mulcted the of
fender to tha amount of $2 50 and costs.
Remember that tha St Charles Hotel is
(he only first class hotel in the city. Meals
served in first-class style for ii cents, alto
odging for 23 or 20 cents, according to the
roots occupied. Board and lodging per week
$5 to 7. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give as
ScRTBIsi Patt. A surprise party wis
given to Miss Mattie Charles aeice of Mrs.
J. B. Underwood, prior fa her departure for
her home in' Saa Fraocfsco, . last Tuesday
evening. Mitt Charles left for ber basse ia
tha Golden Stats last Wednesday.
Fikx Peacbes. Mr. L E. Stevaos, a
warm 'friend of the Guard, left at this office
last Tuesday a box of tha finest and mt
delicious peacbes wa have erer sees ia Ore
Ebxaboet Tha Jaaetioa Repablicu
earaaf ta os tfciTwcek enlarged to aa eight
catena pipe; -with "patent ia wards." 8ae
eeaa Bros. Parker Porter ia everything
bat yov eotrfouded potties.
To Trade. We hart a first-data Kev
W;i .l... vfcUk wa will trade
far weed. For partioolars nvjenre at GsaW
, Council. Rooms,
fiuatMi Crrr. Saa 8. 1879.
Council met pursuant to ordinance JEIecor.
uir prosiumg. , (
Present Councilmea Dunn, Sloan, Church
and McClung, Recorder and Marshal
Absent President Dorris; CouncHmen
Underwood and Edris.
Minutes 4f previous meeting were read
Finance committee reported favorably nn
the following bills and warrants were ordered
drain an the Treasurer for tha same: -
C A Weqicy, $7 J E Atfedery, 26j
Springfield mill Co. $17 73; Scott 'ChrUman,
$3 70; Wm Christian, $4;. Hays '$22 50;
Soett Chrisman, $2 H S M Titus, Re
corders oart fees $5 60.
Ommittee ion streets reported .that the
8th street bridge bad been finished accord
ing to contract and was in tse.
A proposition from Osborn k Co. to fur
nish oil for the city till Apitl 1st, 1880 was
read but no action was taken on it
The following bills were presented and re.
fered to Finance Committee.
H Knox, $5 50; B F Dorris, S3 60; F B
Dunn, $51 41.
On motion of Mr. Dunn the rules were
suspended and warrants ordered drawn on
the Treasuier in favor of W T Campbell for
$192; ou bridge contract Also a warrant
for $00 iu favor of E J MuClauaham as tub
contractor on the bridge.
There being no further business Council
adjourned. . Knox.
Recorder and Pres. protem.
A correspondent at Irving, ne'er the
date of Sep. 11th, sends us the following
Clear and cold.
took out for Jack frost.
Burn your pumkin vines.
The murkey clouds hava once more dir.
pented and the farmers are all earnestly en
gaged in making hay while the suu shines.
The principal part of the grain in this vi
cinity will be threshed this week, if we have
The warehouses at this place will be ready
for business in a few days. The machinery
is about ready, waiting for the engine; which
is expected every day . I
I thiuk this year will recall to the pioneers
of Oregon the timet they had to eucountcr
with when they came here long ago. They
all lived through and raised families, and,
Why uot you and I. Never get scared be
fore you are hurt
The threshing machine, owned by Yates
k Montgomery, gut very anxious to thresh !
yesterday and could not get any straw, to it
concluded to try a pitchfoik, and tue conse
quences were the lower jaw bone waa broken
and several teth kuocked out, but it got
away with the fork in good shape. But
what one man's loss is auotlier't gain, to the
blacksmith made a few "bits," by setting
things right. Subscribkr.
Entertainment. The Primary and In
termediate departments of the public school
will give an entertainment at Lane's Hall
on next Friday evening the 19th. Among
the new features that will be introduced are
the "Bird cages," in which all upon the
stage resemble that article, and the Fairy
Queeu May Day Cautata by thirty little
girls. The object of this exhibition is to
procure means with which to purchase a
piano for the as of the school. The ad
mission prica is fixed ii 25 cts. and is so
small that none need stay away especially as
the funds raised will be put to a good use.
Other entertainments of a similar nature will
be given in the course of the winter by the
High school and Grammar departments.
Leo Hurt. Mr. Geo. M. Cooper had the
misfortune to cripple one of his legs severely
while hunting on the McICeuzie the other
day. lie had killed a large buck and after
carrying it for awhile became tired and aat
down ou a log to rest; the lug was not se
cure iu its place and started rolling down
hill with Mr. Cooper and the deer in front
of it ultimately rolling over him severely
bruising his leg aud ankle.
Teachers Institute. The Teachers Iu
titute nie: in Juuction last Tuesday, aud a
goodly number of teachers were in attend
ance. The programme fur each day has been
faithfully carried out, ami we Where much
good will result from the Institute. Thanks
are due to School Superintendent Callisou
for the manner in which ha has worked for
Larue Pakr. The Daily Standard of
Suudaylast was one of mam mouth proportions,
aud was filled to repletioa with interesting
matter. Every Democrat who can afford to
take a daily paper should subscribe fur the
Standard, and help Mr. Kultuer with bit
enterprise.' It is the test gtneral paper ever
published1 iu Oregon.
State Aoekt. Mr. H. C. Perkins,' of this
place bat beeu appointed at agent to select
swamp land fur .he State, not to exceed 50,
000 acres, at a computation of two cents per
acre for such, as shall be affirmed by the
State uodsr proviiiou of an act approved Oc
tober 18, 1879.
Married. Mr. (i. Beftmaa of this city
and Mist. Bertha Simon of Portland were
nuitsd in marriage ia the latter city oo but
Souday. To Mr. Bettman and his fair bride
wa extend our best wishes aod trust tiiat no
cload may mar the happiness' of tSe onion
that aatpicirtasly brgnu.
'ew Store. fn to-day's paper wii be
found an advertueanrBt ( tba 1.. A. U
store, just started in this pUc Sea "ad"
ia another column.
Wa blt7 just received' from tha Eastern
firtarv.' direct, a laws stock of window
shades and wall paper ; among tba latter ar
many very pretty atyiea embracing Grained
Panaela, Embossed, GdU aad Lace Patterns,
gatu and Commoa EUuka, all of which
wa sail caesa, aad no charge fur trimming
runs t si ilai ')..
Juiictlti Clij lltai.
Mr. T. Kieter is going to remove to Pert
Geo. Carson it again able to be on tha
: T. Q. Butler's new residence it rapidly ap
Wheat is rapidly 'pouring into tha various
warehouses of Junotion City.
Tiia Junction City tentorial artist is soon
to "double up," to says Madam Rumor.
Tha publio school of Junction City opens
on tha 15th with Prof. Nicholls as priucipaL
There was a social hop at S. B, it Co.'s
hall last night at which Harrisburg was
Rev. Houston takes charge, 'of the congre
gation of the C. P. church ia this city in
pUce of Rev. Cornwall.
, The elegant new resideuce of Col. F. W.
Ehlsom it nearly completed, and. when finish
ed will "be ornamental to tha cite.
C. VY. Wathburfle ttas purchased the new
and large wareietse with steam elevator,
from U. V. Howard, for Hut consideration of
1 ; .ii.
When tha hoodlums of Junction get on a
bender and are arrested and fined by the
court, tha judgement can be satisfied by a
Coquille Jack (an Indian), died Wednes
day near Junction City, suppoted to hava
been poisoned by another Si wash. Good In
jun now. t
Rumor hat it that one of our young
milliners will soon enter tha state matri
monial. She will leave at when the "myrtle
and the ivy are in bloom.
Marshal Houston has gone into tha d ray
ing business, at witnessed on Tuesday morn
ing, as he wended his way up Front street
with a dray load of degenerated humanity
on the way to the city jaiL
The Junction City Council hat passed a
dog law, charging for the privilege of keep
ing one of these faithful animals, $3. If
the license it not paid, the marshal will
reap a harvest of $4 on each 'dog killed.
Good thing for Houston.
Our correspondent at Siuslaw, under date
of September 1 1 th, scads ut the following
The late rains caased the threshers to sus
pend work and cover their machines.
Old man Struuk one of tha ohl pioneers of
Siudlaw died at the residence of Mrs. Cart-
wright where he had made his home up
wards of twenty years.
Wm. Bbss'eU cat had bad luck this year
threshing. Hit horsepower broke dowu five
times and this together with the raiu caused
him much vexation.
One by one the old pioneers of Siutlaw
have passed away to thfir silent tombs and
now only ane, Uncle Sammy Wingard, re
maim in the land of the living.
Grandmother Colemau was taken very
suddenly with a sinking spell the other day
and for a tim it was feared that tha good
old lady would pass away. She ia now how
ever able to bo around again.
C. M. Reed a stock speculator while rid
ing around among Barlows sheep discovered
a huge bear following the theep evidently
for the purpose of killing them. He at once
notified A. J. Barlow who put his dog on
the track of Bruin and in a few minutes the
dog made it so warm for the business end of
the bear as to compel him to take to a tree.
Mr. Barlow arriving the bear wot dispatched
aud thus a noted theep thief came to hit end.
B. F. Crow president of the Blue Ribbon
club it a first class parliamentarian.
A Good KtTort-
The effect of the Oregon Blood Purifier, al
though a cathartic, is mild and gentlo, and
produces no nausea, griping in the bowels,
or piles. It thoroughly cleanses the sys
tem of all impurities, restores the blood to a
healthy condition, and arouses the liver and
kidneys from an inactive and torpid Stats to
a natural add healthy attiori, Imparting
tone, strength UJ oow vigor to the entire
Hall's Hepatic Kino is the best liver
remedy id the market It cures Billiousness,
Headache, Constipation, Jaundice, Dyspepsia,
and all diseases arising from the derangement
of that important organ, which has been com
monly called the housekeeper of health The
Livek The druggist of this city have it and
will guarantee every bottle, or money refunded.
Attention farmers f Great reduction in
prices. Meals and lodging can be had at
cheap at tha Astor house at in IoWa, Wis
consin or Miuesota thirty -five per cent
cheaper when the locality it considered.
At Canyon City, Grant county,' Oregon,
August 24th, 1879, Mrs. Khohama Luce;
aged, 74 yean, 9 months and 15 days
Khubama Luce was the daughter of Wm.
Polly Buckles; and was born near the ciy of
Baltimore in the year of our Lord, 1805.
She came with her parents to the State nf
Kentucky, New Cbingburg coanty, and
settled near the present town of Skilerville,
on tha Green rirr; In the year 1811. Io
the year 1827 aha married Jacob Luce. In
1843 she removed with bar husband and
chiliren to the then territory of Iowa and
settled near the present tows of 0kahea.'
She there joined tha Methodist Episcopal
church,' in J W, and was a dsval christian
sntil be.fdetvth. Ia the year 18j3 the, with
ber family aad a number of friends and
neighbors,' cro-aed the plains to Oregon, and
settled near Eugene City where they re
mained about twenty five years. Cast Au
tatDB aba aud ber husband concluded tn
break up booes keeping and go eat of tha
moautaine aad live with their children the
balance U tbeir days which was, indeed,
short, ber husband dying oa tha fiYth of
March; proceeding ber ire months aad
aiaeteea days- Mia leaves saves children
to Btewrt bar Ima
Laad far Halo Cheap.
We have sevarsl onru itrv-V nuchas whict
will be sold on vtrv reasonable terms. Alto
one good grain and stock farm, containing
322 acres, with large house and barn; excel
lent rchard, out houses, etc., all under
teaoe. rnce fur farm, $2,500, one-third
down and balance in yearly installments.
Fot particulars call au or address E. A. Jud
kins ar E. D. Judxins, Eugene City, Ore
DR. MINTIE'S "SPECIAL" MEDI
CINES Are made from the beat materials obtainable.
They are not cure-alls. They are favorite pre
scriptions that have been tried and tested for
years iu his extensive practice, until now they
are absolutely perfect in tht troubles for which
they are recommended.
1 he Nephreticum works venders in Kidney
and Bladder eomplainta. Those suffering with
Dropsy, Briglt's disease, Diabetes, Gravel,
Retention of urine, Pain in the back, Incon
tinence, oranv disease of the Kidney and Blad
der, will be antonibed at tht relief one bottle
For Female weakness K is absolutely with
out an equal
For aU deratgementa of the Uver,
Use Dr. Mirrtie't English Dandelion Liver
For Billloumess and Pipla,
Use Dr. Miftoe's Entitk dandelion Liver
For ever and Ague, .
Use Dr. Mintie's English Dandelion Liver
PiHs. , ,-, . . ,,
Fvery family should keep tha Dandelion
Pills on haud.
8ea what the drumrtsU sav about Dr. Min-
tie's medicines; "Everybody sneaka highly of
thera."-C. H. Woodard A Co., druggW
Portland. "All who take them recommend
them. "-John A Child, druggist. Portland.
Messrs. AbramsJt Carroll, wholesale druggists,
San Francisdo, say: "Weregard Dr. Miutie's
Xephreticum as the best Kidney and Bladder
remedy before the public. " AU druggists keep
The great English remedy has made more
cures of Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness,
Loit Manhood, nocturnal emissions, lassitudo,
inability for mental labor, despondenoy, and
such diseases at are induced by youthful! fol
lies and exoesses, than all other medicine com
bined. It is aot a stimulant nor excitant, is perfect
ly safe to take, is not a quack nostrum, and
produces results are that wonderful
Price, $3 a bottle. Four times the quantity, 1
810. Buy a bottle. It will not disappoint
you. Hodge, Davis Co., wholesale drutrgtsts,
Is It Possible
That a remedy in vie of tuch common, simple
Slants as Hops, Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion,
a, make so many and such marvelous and
wonderful cures as Hop Bitters do? It must
be, for when old and young, rich and poor,
Pastor and Doctor, Lawyer and Editor, all tes
tify to having been cured by them, wa must be
lieve and doubt no longer. See other column.
Robinson k Church at the Hardware Store
keep the largest and best selected stock of wall
paper and bonier in Eugene Citv, comprising in
port, Brown, Blanks, Satin, Gift and Emboss
ed paper, which they purchase direct from the
Eastern factories and will sell as eheap as the
cheapest AU paper trimmed free of charge.
Underwood Bros, are representing four of
the most popular and reliable Insurance
Companies on this Coast to-wit Connuticut
of Hartford; New Zealand, of Aukl uid)
Commercial Union, of Ixinrinn; xlambcrg ft
Bremen of. Hamberg; representing a capital
of over $29,000,000 gold coin. "Dout wait
till the horse is stolen before you lock the
Throiurh Countless little oienlnirs in the tkln.
invisible escept through a mlcroscoiie, the per
spiration, in a state of health, exudes, hour by
hour, niKht and day. The total obstruction of
these minute outlets would produce death; and
when tliev become partially blockaded, the
skin grows dry. yellow and finally diseased,
and the general health is injuriously alfected.
Ulenn's Sulphur Soap, by oering the pores;
removes eruptions and unhealth eranulatiohs
on the skin, and imparts to it a healthful clear
ness, humidity and smoothness, banishing from
the face of beauty complexional blemishes,
whether attributable to Impurities in the
capillary circulation, or to undue exposure to
the sun and wind For obstinate scorbutio
complaints, like the itch, salt rheum, and eryis
pelas, it is a sovereign remedy, being quite aa
effective as Sulphur Baths, for such maladies,
aa well as rheumatism and gout. It Is wonder
ously healing and soothing in its action, reun
iting the cuticle where broken by external in
juries, relieving the swelling and inflammation
attendant Uton sprains, scalds and buises, and
curing the rnixt obstinate sores and uloers.
The Medical Profession sanction its use, and,
from all classes of society, voluntary evidence
in its favor is continually emanating. Li diet
of fashion prefer it to any aimiliar accessory of
the toilet and the bath, since it promotes not
only health, but personal attractivenens. As
a disinfectant of nisease-oorltaniinated clothing
it has no peer. Alter they have been waalied
With Glenn's sulphur Soap; garments and linen
from the sick room may be handled with per
fect impunity. ,
Sold hv (Iruinrists. Prloelo. per cake. 1
box (3 cakes)75c sent br mail, prepaid, on re
ceipt of pn'ceJ C. N. Crittenton, Prop'r, 8ixth
avenue, New York. Hill's hair and whisker
dye, black or bown, OOc
How to Get Sick.
Expose yourself day and night, eat too much
without exercise: work too hard without r-'st:
doctor all the time; take all the vile nostrums
advertised; and tnen you will want to know
How to Get Well,
Which is answered in three words Take Hop
IJitterx! Kw other column.
Having bought at Sher
iffs Sale the stock of
Goods formerly owned by
J. W. Cleaver, I am now
offering them for sale at
his old stand, opposite
Humphrey's stable, at
prices that defy competi
tion. I am compelled to
sell them in 30 days re
Igardless of cost'.
Call eai-ly if you' want
T rV UfTlk.frt3IMfQ
S; H. FRIEHDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRINU AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
OUR STOCK 6f.
baa been largely increased and we can show as
handsome a lint of ready made goods ia
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS i
As can be found in the country, and at priees
that cannot fail to satisfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
It weU filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading stylet and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colon.
Bleached &, Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson L Church.
S1ILLFA HEAVY II ARDWARI
Best Selected Stock In Oregon
Xji Xji jV. DEI. xta
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
BOOT ANd SHOE STORE,
A SUNT, Projrletor,
Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Eugene (Jity, ur.
I will hereafter keep a complete stock ef
Hatters, Cloth aad Kid,
Slipper, white aad black,
French kid Shoe.
MEN'S & BOYS'
HI AND HEAVY
BOOTS &, SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And in fact everything in the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I Intend to devote my
Wert manufactured to ordtr,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And miaranteed as represented, and will l-e
sold for the lowest prices that a good article
on be afforded arfff-78tf A. II I'.Vf.
V(M '-s I jl!) tTatch and
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
.mtiM. Northwest corner of Willamette
end Kiihth streets. fehD-tf
If yon wish to buy your goodt eheap, you mutt
go to the store of
They keep one of the largest stocks of
Outside of Portland, and they sell goods cheap
er than it can be bourht anywhere in ths Wil
The firm of Lurch Bros, oohsista of Aaron
Lurch and Bon Lurch.
LIFE OF TRADE!
tTTTM. DO WORK CHEAPER thaa ear ether
HORSES SHOD FOR $160,
With MwsaaterUl, all rwaJ. Resetting old shoes
It ete. , . ,
All warranted! a;l aallelaellon.
Shop oa the Corner of 8th and
A URI CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of
. all kinds at intiHe ttvnr Hy
. T. O. HENDRICKS.
DHEM COODH-NEW BTTLES
aad low prices. Jnst received by
S. H. FRIENDLY. '
rrHR BEST IHOKI EVER BROCGHTJTO
A U thu rkt, l lot lt frv t.
food firl, who anderstan i bow to wash
aad iroo. Na perm !- PtUot
theald apply. Indira at tht Attor lloose.
Trunks and Traveling tiutchets.
HATS AND CAPS ia ths leading styles.
OILCLOTHS for iocs-and table use. ,,
BOOTS AND SHOES. ..
Wa wovld sail special attention to our stoat at
Mem' and Boyi San Francisco Boots,
Which we have sold for a number of years wish
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock ot
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FAKMINO
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES a
astonishly low rates.
LIVERPOOL k CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest prica lor all kinds of product aid
HAVE FOR teL
at ths LOW Eat
IRON. STEEL. .
Cable Cbaias, ,
Tabl eand Pocket
We Invite aa siam
(nation of eur (eeda,
confident that ear
prices will suit th
all, and sold on the most reaaoH-
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City, Oregon
A Large Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Highest market prica paid for all klads
PItODUCE, HIDES andi URS.
Has takea poaseeeioa af the
Luckey Livery Stable,
. And will sarrr oa a
..GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS.
Horses fed and boarded by tha week er da;
HORSES AND ftnr.OfES FOR HIRE.
Eugene City Brewery
MATHIAS MBLLEK, Pro'p
Is bow prepared to IU sll orders fee
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.. ,
Coon aad for jvnr If A food trticU ti
t rotrirnTT t v nrvvsa ma fifi '
vices to tha citiseaa af Engene City aad
vicinitv in the
OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, OWN.
Iscorccnttd. Jane. 1S7&.
Cipit&i llect, i3l,lll
rxTvrrt-A.. L. Todd, f rarrair Aa-
reiius Todd. DiSBCTOaa J. T. Gid, J. W
T- . L Wsasli.
j Pri.(i . ,Bfl, r j T ,w
stsre, fessetiea buij..,