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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1879)
CITY AND COUNTT.
Mr. VY. L. Eppinger ia ohr tnthorited
agent t Portland.
Circuit court meet November 3d.
Chew Jackson' bsst tweet navy tobacca
Mr. C. Hedet now wean a smile it a
There will be no open air concert given
Pablio achool oonrenea next Monday
See School Superintendent'! cotice Li An
The Guard it the best advertising medium
n Lane county.
Mr. S. B. Friendly will pay the highest
market price (or wheat "
The State Temperance Alliance meeta in
thie city next February.
We understand that Mr. Robert Day is
juite ill with fever at Salem.
The hops of this county are being picked,
-and we learn that the crop is good.
The surveying party of Mr. II. C. Perkrus
will leave next Monday, without fail.
We iuvite correspondence form every part
f the county. Send along the news.
We are informed that Dr. Patterson will
have about twenty tons of hops this year.
If you want to tee a specimen of Guard
job printing see the new As tor House cards.
Dr. Foley, the proprietor of Foley Springs,
'on the McKenzie river, was in town this
Patronize John Lenger if ,yu want good
milk. He furnishes a first rate quality at a
Mr. Baker, of the Astor House, wishes it
distinctly understood that no advance in the
price for board by the week or by meals has
Mr. J. A. Winters presented us this week
with a photographio view of Eugene City.
It it just the thing to tend off to frieuds at
a distance, Buy one.
We regret to loam of the illness ef Mr. M.
V. Brown, ef the Albany Democrat, and
hope before many days lie will be at his
former pest on his valuable paper.
The Blue Ribbon Club met lost Wednes
day evening and transacted the regular rou
tine of business. The officers of the clan
will be elected next Wednesday evening.
Treacliing at the M. E. Church to-morrow
inorping and evening at 11 A. M. and 8 r. if.
Sunday School at 6 F. M. Prayer and praise
nesting on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. W. S. Ladd, of Ladd k Tilton, bank
tera, Portland, wai iu town Tuesday. He
came in private conveyance to this place, and
went on South Wednesday to Snqwdcn
Most of the harvesting will be through
this week, and from what we can learn, the
crop is a great deal better than at first ex
pected. Very little wheat will be burned in
There will be about forty gin mills, and
God only knows how many tramps, at the
to-called Salem State Fair this fall. Visi
tors should keep their hauds well up their
The Guard is Hie largest; and most ex
tensively circulated of any paper in Lane
county. The Guard ia also the official paper
of Eugene City. Advertisers should make a
note of this.
Business men should nst forget that
blank notes, bill-heads, statements, letter
heads, and every description of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
at the Guard office.
We are requested to sUte Mat the rumor
that the St. Charles will be closed Is a mis
take. Mrs. Renfrew will still run the house,
and will continue to give good meals, and
lodging as heretofore.
. Mr.K. D. Snellingand lady, in company
with Mrs. Elauora Steele and Miss Delia
Snelling, departed this week for Eugene
City, to remain during the fall, visiting
friends and relatives. Lakeview Herald;
Mr. Wm McWillis, agent for Jas Mc
Murray's adjustable strainer and cast iron
steamer, called upon ns yesterday: This is
n important patent, and every farmer should
purchase on. The tteamer will save the
price of themselvet in two weeks;
Remember that the St. Charles Hotel is
the only first clast hotel in the city. Meals
served in first-claat style for 25 cents, also
ttdging for 25 or 20 cents, according to the
roost occupied. Board and lodging per week
5 to $7. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give ns
Among the most remarkable productions of
this age and country it Hall's Hair Renewer.
Ita success it unparalleled. It it sought after
oy rich and poor, high and low, yoong and
bid. Inhabitants of foreign lands the peo
ple of Australia, o Europe, and of South
America find meant to get it at whatever
cost. It is because it works like magic. It
restores the bairto iU youthful color and
beauty, and robs approaching" age of one of
its disagreeable accompaniment. If yon
are getting bald, try it. fry it if ytm r
gett:ng gray, or if you bare any hlea of
the aca'p. Try it if yo wish good hair
dressing. It will not disappoint yosf.
JrwisH Holtdat. Last Thursday, the
J 8th inst, was Eoeh Hashoorh according to
the Hebrew calendar, New Tear. The holi
day waa observed by the Israelites of t'.iit
eitv. and their stores remained cloeed all
Any. Thia holiday in obwwd by them' B
r the world.
Wheat 80 eta per bnabeL
Oats 35 eta.
Butter 25e per lb.
Lard JOe per lb.
Ed 25 eeata per dosea.
Bacon Sides, WlOe;
On Wednesday morning mnoh exoitement
waa caused by the tight of a tpan of horses
tearing down Willamette street at a madden
ed rate, and a rush of people running toward
the depot. It seoms that J. H. Hayden, Esq,
an old and respected citizen was at the di
pot, and while working with bis team they
became unmanagable, throwing him nuder
feet and wounding him severely. For some
time he wat to all appearances deat. He
was immediately taken to the residence of
J. B. Underwood, Esq, and hit wounds
dressed by Dr. 8. Hemnnway. On Thurs
day bis daughter Art. Welsch arrived from
Portland, and on Friday His 'daughter Mrs
Easton arrived from Ro-teburg and his son'
hlaw, Mr. Welsch. from Portland. They
are all with him at Mr. Underwood's, where
every attention is reudered that can be
He is in a very critical condition as We go
to press, with little chauce of recovery.
The following is Emmett Wells' Hop cir
cularof Sep. Stb;
y' With this issue of our Circular, we enter
upon the new Hop seasou of 1879 '80. About
200 bales of the new growth of the early
seeding variety, have been received here,
and have been sold for shipment at prices
ranging from 35 to 40 cents. The later
sorts are beiug sold at 28 to 36 cents. Pick
ing it now progressing all over the country,
and if nothing unforeseen happens between
now and the time of finishing, we will have
crop of fine quality, but considerably be
low that of last year in number of bales.
We will not attempt to make any estimate
of the crop uutil later, when something more
definite can be learned of how the crop comes
dowu. The first arrivals of new Hops in
market usually causes a decline in price of
Yearling and Olds, but this season has prov
ed an exception to the rule, and instead of
a decline, they are held firm at present quo
tations. The shipments to London this
week are heavy, amounted to 3,496 bales."
The Slate tniverslly.
On Monday morning last, at the nanal
honr, the fourth school year of the Uuiversi-
ty of Oregon commenced under very flatter- -ing
prospects. The school is under the con
trol of Profs Johnson, Condon, Bailey, Straub,
Collier, Gateh and Mrs !.l P Spiller, the best
facplty north nf the University of California. '
The apparatus, purchased East last year
at a cost of $4,000 by Mr J. J. Walton Jr.
Secretary of the Board of Regent3, has been
placed in position and will be used thia
year. Undoubtedly this school now gives
the best facilities for instruction o any in
stitution of learning in the State. More
students Were in attendance this Week than
was anticipated, and everything argurs well
for a prosperous year for the University of
On Saturday eveniug Aujfnat 9t.!i, O A
Sehbrede, G W C T a-swted by J E Hous
ton, Jennie Moore, Maggie McClnre, Minnie
Starr, Ella McClure, W L Houston, David
Houston, Mary Teit, and Miy Test of the
Lodge at Junction, organized Golden Gate
Lodge, Ni. 188 at Irving, with twenty-one
charter members. The following officer were
installed Chas Jennings, W C T; Hellen
Bond, W V T: Walter McIntojH, T; John
MoCo inell, W Mj A A Keeyi, W Chap;
CUra Bond, WIG; Mary Potter, WOG;
Eddie Potter, P W C T; Levi Elmaker, W
A Sj Sarah Strange, W L S; and B F Bond,
Bear-in; the Market.
Messrs. E. J. McClauaham and II. C.
Humphrey as we announced last week, pur
chased a black bear for and shipped the
same t Portland, at a cost of about $4.
They telegraphed to their agent (!) in Port
land that the bear would be down on the
evening train, and the "agent" tried to sell
the bear to every butcher in Portland but he
could not get rid of the carcass at any price.
After tuning over town several hours trying
to sell the bear he bad to pay a drayman $5
to bury Brnin. If yon want to have fun
with the boys just mention thsir speculation.
The boys are sadder, bnt wiser, to the turn
His Word Foa It. Under date of the
12th inst, Calvin B. McDonald writes from
Oakland. Cal. that he it not dead. Under
the circumstances the public will be compel'
ed to accept his statement, notwithstanding
the hundreds of handsome obituary notices
he received from the press in this State and
the adjoining Territories. He says he has
not "fallen fron graca, and is still (. ar-
dent temperance advocate.
Lktcrbs. Mrs. Anetf Peckham, lec
tured at the M. E. Church last Monday and
Tuesday evenings, on temperance and wo
man suffrage. She had good audience the
first evening, but on the following evening
thr waionlvafairandieo.ee. She advanc
ed no new ideas, and only few signed the
given by the pupils of the
at Lane's Hall last evening
success in eery particular.
wat a perfect
Married. At the residence of tbe bride's
parents, Sept 17, by J. Haodaaker, Mr W.
Vogcb and Miss M. F. Babre; both of Lnet
Valley, Lane county, Or.
Died Together. The Capital of Salem,
sickly looking sheet, and the Rising Star,
originally a greenback organ in the tame city,
are both dead- .
Wahted. A number of Bear. Tbehigh
muket erica will be paid. Addeat
McCUnahan, Bear Brokers,
Ta5M.-W acknowledge the receiyt of
Cm bo of cigars
t from the hands of Mr. L
touoty Tcicheft fmtltote.
the Institute convened according to pro
gramme on Tuesday, the 9th iuit. and was
colled to order by State Superintendent
Powell, who opened with grayer, tie then
favored the Institute with introductory re-
msrks in regard to the object to ie aiiainea,
Mr. R. J. Nichols and Miss V. V. Babb
be!nir chosen Secretaries for the session, iin
mediately recorded the following names of
teachers present: J C Campbell, T C Bell,
R O Callison, M E Judkins, P W White, B
Trnitt, J V Galtra, Nellie Stevens, Mat tie
Lee, Nellie Taylor. Sarah Strange, L Loouiis
Varina V Babb and R J Nichols.
Prof T C Bell, of the Eugne City publio
school took ud for the hrst order o( the day,
the tnpio of compound numbers, and after
dwelling at tome length upon important
features referred this subject to the associa
tion for discus non, and it wat participated in
in very generally by teachers present
The association met according to under
standing, State Superintendent in the chair.
Alter the call to order the exercises opened
with sinking. N
Prof 1 C Cam porn tcok into consideration
the subject of oral lessons in grammar. Then
followed general discussion upon the same
Mr. Richey treated quite lengthly upon
the topic of orthography, eliciting consider
able interest from the ditrrent members as
manifested by the animated disscusion that
During this meeting the names of Misses
Ella Washburne and Mary Test and Messrs
E W Chandler. James Richey and A C
Campbell were added to the association.
Adjourned to meet at 7:30 in the eveniug.
o associa iou with a good audience came
to ct' r at the U P church, at 7:30, and
. re treated to the following programme t
Address of welcome upon the subject
"Chango" Mr Porter.
Practical address of counsel and advice to
teachers and patrons Prof L J Powell.
Association met accordim to programme,
Prof Powell in ti.e chair, and wat opened by
Prof Bell with prayer.
I'rotUeR, K (S Jalhson and K i nicnou
were appointed a committee on resolutions.
f rot lieu wen toon into consideration ins
order of the day, Fractions. Many ques
tions were plied, bringing forth answers of
information and practical value.
Mr. Judkins favored the audience witn re
marks upon class exercise in second and
third readers. The subject was contiuned
by Profs CaHisoo, Powell, Bell and others.
1 rot Uallison then considered ins oesi
method nf conducting spelling.
Adjourned to meet at 1 JO P. M.
Institute met at 1 30 r. M., and was called
to ordei by State Superintendent L J
Exercises b2an bv sinnn. after which
Prof J C Campbell came forirard and read a
carefully prepaid paper on "Nouns and
their Properties," following it with practical
remarks. Others continued the subject ai
The subject of Ueography was then pre
sented by R J Nichols, followed by sor s
very nsefUl aoggutious from Superintendent
A short recess succeeded, enlivened by
music ami conversation.
Institute called to ordor by Prof Powell.
After the sincinn of a choice selection by the
choir the best method of conducting Recita
tions, was treated upon by V rol E f Hender
son, ill remarks were repieie wiui osciui
iutuiuiBtioii nd excellent uiitructisn to
Adjourned to meet at 7 30.
The exercise commenced with an anthem.
Miss Nellio N Stevens then favored the au
dience with a polished essay, complete in
beautiful and accurate expression and full of
Miss V V Babb then entertained the In
stitute with a most humorous recitation,
upon which the attoution of the audience
was riveted duriug the entire delivery. Her
fascinating delivery of something very funny
frequently brought down the house with ap
plause M s Babb is an adept in the trt of
The Misses Test then, very appropriately
to the occasion, sang a most amusing duet,
fully sustaining their high reputation as
l'rof Bell then came forward and talked
humor and tense for an hour upon the sub
ject of co operative work in schools. The
address was eminently practical aim insiruu-
The cLoir tang an anthem and Prof
Powell, with a few remarks; adjourned the
Remarks by Prof " ; ley on the Higher
Discussion upon the moral phases and ques
tion of expediency ia regard i teachers US
inn tobacco and eiiwcially intoxicatiug
drinks. Participated ift by Profs Heoderson,
Bell and Baylty
Consideration of the verb by Prof Camp
bell. Contiuuod by Superintendent Callison
A presentation of the topic of penmanship
by J P Curriu, followed by a talk on school
drill by Prof Bell. .
The Institute then passed the following
reso'utious a id adjourned sine die:
Resolved, That the thanks of the Institute
are hereby tendered to the Directors of Junc
tion City Publio School for the use of their
buildiug, to the Presbyterian Society, for the
use of their church, also to the O C R R-
for half fare rate to members of the Institute.
Second, The thank of the Institute are
tendered to the Junction City choir for ex
cellent music rendered.
Third, Unr gratitude ia extended to the
people who so generously entertained ns.
rourth, We sincerely regret the noo at
tendaoce especially of thoee teachers who
were aofigueo, npon vue proraioiun, -poosible
R. J. Nichols, j .
Varwa V. Barb, j80'1
Toentov fowl health is to enjoy life. Reg
ulate the system ith the Oregou Blood Pur
ifier, health and enioynteni win ioiiow.
hiliuusuene, headache, paiut in the limbs,
ida and bSK'k. all suecuinb to the wonderful
effect of this great Purifier.
Underwood Brae, are representing four of
the most popular and reliable Insurance
Couipautr on tnit Coatt to-wit Conneticut
of Hartford; rrew leaJauri, of Anklaml;
Commercial Union, of LotrdoC; Hcmberg It
Bremen of Hamberg; representing a capital
of over $3,000,000 gold coin. "Dout vait
till the horse it stolen before yon lock the
Attention farmers! urea reduction ia
nncea. ileal am ujasaaa ws am nma mm
at the Attor bou as in Iowa, vt ia
or Uioetota thirtf-five per cent
I easr whea the laeaJity n eonsMerwI.
0V& HKAYY TAXPAYERS.
Below is given list of one hundred and
fifteen names, including ail who pay taxes in
Lane County to the amount of one hundred
dollars and upwards :
Armitge,Q. H '.' v.s . 1246.10
Awbery, M. T 118.60
Bushnell, Mrs. M. A. ....111.46
Buehnell, J. A 225.39
Bushnell, Geo V 245.59
Bond, 1 W '.115,60
Baily, John ..127.20
Bond, Allen. ..156.30
Bushnell, J. C. .". 132.00
Bean, 0. R. '...... ..121.54
Cooper, G.M 170.54
Cherry, D .V... 124. 45
Cochran, R. R , .107.00
Cummins, Wm. ..,.,....
Cartwright, Mrs. Nancy. .
Cbrisman, C. E.
Comeuvs, Pres. .
Dunn, F. B 196.40
DeLong, Dan. J 108.00
Ebert, J. A 300.85
Eakin, S. B. Senr. 119.90
Edmunson, "Estate". 185.70
Edwards, 8. H 134.20
Kdwards, T. D 173.90
Friendly, S. H 117.90
Folsom, F. W 181.30
Ferguson, J. B 168.70
Oilespie, Jacob. 160.35
UUfrey, Jno. T.... 145.10
Guodchild, Jas . W W V. ... 108. 60
Huddleston. Ja ........'.'........ . . . . 1 37. 1 5
Humphrey, Geo .'.'. .'. '. W 1,21 1.70
Hoff man, Jas..
Hoffman, H. W...
Horn, J. W. ......
Hill. H. N
Howe, N. A. W.
Howard, R. V. 2T4.00
Humphrey, A. L 137.15
Humphrey, N. "Estate" 249.00
Hawfey, Ira. 222.00
Holt, J. E.AS. D ....650.50
H'land, A. D 134.62
Hovey. A. U 208.00
Hadley, H. 0 150.75
Hendricks, l. U 394. UU
Jennings, Bell . . .133.80
Johnson, J. W 100.00
Jeukins, Thos. "Estate" 158.00
Jenkins, Stephen 145.00
Kirk, Jas. T. 131.00
KrataJt Munch 150.00
Kennedy, J. D 116.00
Kelly, Jno. 158.00
Lauer, Chat 257.00
Milliron, Jno 289.25
Maxwell. Honry 107.00
Maxwell, John Jr 185.00
Moore, Henry 103.00
Milliron, T. A 138.36
Meek, Samuel 589.00
Muroh, G. H 120.61
Mathewt, A...;.'. 179.00
Matlock, i. D....... 123.25
Mosby, D... 123.00
Moores, J. H. ft I. R 180.00
McClung, J. H. . 200.00
Alc.uurray, r. "estate" r-u.w
McClareft, Jas.'... 106.10
McCoruack, A. "Estate" 122.10
Osbornft Co. : 150.15
0. AC. Land Co 180.00
O. ft C. R. R. Co. Land Dep'l 225.00
0. ft C. R. R. Co s 3,382.50
Peters, A. Vv.a.,.w 159.50
Powers, B. F.. . ... '.:.'. 118.05
Powers, E. W.. ; 107.00
Pattison, Robt .....135.00
Powell, J. H ...103.00
Rosenblatt ft Co 133.50
Robinson, L. R ...100.C3
Sternberg, Senders ft Co 225.00
Soloman, L 133.00
Scott Rodney 100.00
SpringHeld Mill Co 235.03
OUVUCU'l IT . V. . s 1 1 .. t ,....,. 1 Mi III
Spencer, S. H......... ..183.00
Sovernt, George. ; 133.00
Smith, BraslUId and Co. . .330.09
Smith Hiram ....'.,: .314.60
Sellers, J. R 105.75
Scott, W. J. J 168.63
Spray, J. C . 156.03
Sb-.tm, Wet' y.... ;.-.. 141.03
Sanford, Jal., ; ;., 183.60
Stewart Elms. .;.;;.; ; . . lo-vw
Thompson. J. M 147.75
Underwood, J. B. and D. C 187.00
Vanduyn Isaac 224.25
Wortman and Son i.ia.uu
Washburn, C. W 506.00
Ward, G. R 153.25
Wilkins, M. J. and J 148 00
Walker, J. F 102.30
Wallis, Mathew 2H5.75
Young, U. W
Znmwalt. A. J "o.&O
Zumwalt, Isaac 117.33
Thirty-seven pay between $75 and $100. On
hundred pay between $50 and $75.
Public School. The District School will
commence on nexl Monday morning with a
full corp of teachers. Owing to the fact that
the nublie funds are not sufficient to pay iti
neceiiary expenses of conducing the school
the directors have been compelled to fix til)
rate of tuition for pupils attending school who
reside in the district at one dollar and a half
for each quarter. And the rata for those who
reside outside of district will be the same as
last year. The cheapness of instruction will
permit each and every pupil in the District to
attend and we expect U be able to mention
the fact next week that the school opened
with a larger roll than ever before.
Returned. We notice the healthy coun-
tcnenet of our young friends Butterfield,
Kelly ft Co., on their return from McKenzie;
Eight deer and lots of fish, is their report.
Good for the Voys. Come again. Portland
knowt where to gain health.
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Orrgon for
Gust" Hickethier, plaintiff, wainst Eliza
Uicketbier, deienaanv. craum
Suit In equity for Divorce.
To Eliza Hickethier the above namd defend
n w i nr TUP ST TV (IK OR
egon, you are hereby reo,ui.d to m
and answer thf complaint of plaintiff now cn
... - V ; 1 1 1 wi.ir
Die I Jim too in wi i' whw.---- . .
. i : . . J. if UM.J AN ,ah in I Anm tjQ..
Oreznn, and if perred on oa oatTl of l-n
" ..... .... -M 1 M I.
eountv, anawrnin me "i -b"-,
within tweT vy d-ys from the date of the terries
hereof, or if served on jovi by publication, then
von are required to appear and niwwer by the
V . . L ' J k I'ImhiI I .t F
- . i u.. -J f l..iMMnl ftA ha M-
mn and holdca at Eniwn City, on the rrt
And MX aeienoaiii wm wn
, so fail to appear and answer th complaint
of plaintiff, that plaintiff will take Judgment
u-unit defendant for th relief prTo
plaintiff" eomplaint, to-wit: for a diasolutooa of
th snarriaff eon tract now exirtin between
p lintiff and defendant, and for tuck other relief
a th enurt may deem just and equitable
. - . I Li: ,:-A. V,w m)m
I I hi stuie i mmom uj "7 .v
' . . - . .. ... . a T .1 U.il. a.
i of Hon. i. 1. waiaon,irciui "
I wtyHA AtVimy for Plaintiff.
a H. FBIEMDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADK
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
OUR STOCK OF
CLOT HI NG
has been lanrely Increased and w can show as
nanusoms a line of ready mads goods la
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRES3 SUITS
As osa be found In the country, and at prises
mat canuot fail to satlsiy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles and fashionable (hades of good-.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors.
Bleached it Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
SIIAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson & Church,
S1IELFX HEAVY HARDWARE
DO O X Xj. a. 3a xu
BEFORE PURCHASING, QO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO.,
Dealers in General Merchandise
WHITE SlLWINCr MACHINE,
The best and most complete of
BOOT M SHOE STORE,
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north
it ,i v -r:.. n-
oi nnniwus tturv, cugcii vu, vi.
I will hereafter keep a complete stock ef
LA DIES', MISSES'
Ualtrrn, Cloth and Kid,
(lllorn, whit and black,
French kid Shoea.
MEN'S & BOYS'
JT1 AND IIAVr
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And In fact everything In the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to derot my
MY GOODS ,
Wr manufactured to ordtr,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed a represented, and will be
sold for the lowest prices that a good article
oan be alforded. ar27-78tf A. HUNT.
Musical Instruments, Tdyl, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jswelry repaired and
warranted. Northwert corner of WUlaniette
and Kihth ttreeU. febtf tf
If you wish to buy your good chap, you must
go to th itor of
COTfAO K OROVE.
They keep one of the largett itoek of
Outslda of Tortland, and thT sell goods cheap
er than it can be bouKht anywhere in the Wil
lamette valley., .... I
The firm of Lurch Bros. ooMlstsof Aaron
Lurch and Den Lurch.
LIFE OF TRADE!
triTX PO WORK CHEAPER than aar tar
IT tbnf in toF.
HORSES SHOD FOR $1 60,
WithMwmaUrUI,allmel. lUasttiaf oli a
All warrant ( etlUetli.
Shop on the Corner of 8th and
AURICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of
JmnA low price.
s. hTfri kS'dly.
TIIK BKST MIOK I BBiJUunriiu.
I Eobiiurehat " Hart war. ntor.
! kp th. Ury and bt lerd 'j Wl11
'Iw AUwf trimnwd fr ef rhanf.
Trunks and Traveling fotchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the leading styles.
OILCLOTHS for floor and table us.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We wovld eall special attention to our tteek ef
Mens' aud Boys' Bun Frtiiclsco Boot,
Which we have told for a number of years with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMIN4
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES a
astonishly low rates.
LIVERPOOL k CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price for all kindi ef product aid
, II. FRIENDLY.
HAVE FOR .
at the LOWEST
Tab! nd Pocket
. Blasting Powder,
We invite an exam
ination of our sTds,
oonfidsnt that ear
prices will suit tk
- , and examine the Celebrated
all, and sold on the mbfc't reason-
B. F. DORRIS,
DEALER IN '
House Furnishing Good's Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
i Satisfaction Guaranteed.
EugeHe City. Oregon
A Larg Stoek of
JJOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Highest market price paid for all kind
riiODUCE, HIDES andVuita.
lias taken potmdon of th
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVEItY BUSINESS.
Horse fed and boarded by the wk or day.
HORSES AND BITOftfRS FOR HIRE.
Eugene City Brewery
MATHIAS MELLEIt, J'ro'p
I aw pnftni to til all r4r (nr
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Com aftd for yvnrm If A good iutitl I
RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS 8ER
ice to th citiien ef Eugeni City ahd
vkinitr in th
Of DOUGLAS COUNTY, OUN.
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