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CITY AND COUNTY.
Class ball shooting, is in tier.
R 8. Beaa went te Albany yesterday.
Prof. Gerrisoa has' a writing school it
Mr. C. W. Fitch returned from Rosebarg
Mn. Annie Dyer nee Renfrew it visiting
friends in Eugene.
Jin. Hemenw. y a lying ery low from in
attack of brain fever.
Mr. A. Goldsmith ha inspended a banner
icroii Willamette street.
The Famera warehouse at Irving is short
IS bushels of grain on the out come.
Hon. J. J. Walton has been attending
circuit court ia Douglas county this week.
Hon. J. M. Thompson went to Rosebnrg
a profeesieaal basiuess one day this week.
Kratx k Munch, proprietors of the Junc
tion flouring mills have on hands 1,100 cords
of wood. t
Jas. A. Yantis, the Republican candidate
for Prosecuting Attorney, paid our city a
visit this week. ,f
Patronize Jehu Lenger if yea want good
Bilk. He furnishes a firj. rate quality at a
reassaable rice. - .
Ths highest price paid In CASH fur ' Hides,
fun Deer Skins and Chickens, at the store of
8. Rosenblatt 4 Co.
The Council at the last meeting ordered
considerable street graveling done and the
teamsters are in a furore.
Special rate tickets on the railroad may be
secured by those intending te go on the tx
cursioa to Victoria on the 22l
Mr. Garrett Bogvt, one of our old and
most respected citizens, is lying very low,
suffering from Brights disease of the kidneys.
Mr. F. Abell, the artist from Portland,
came np Wednesday, and hag been engaged
taking cabinet photographs of the graduating
class of the University.
Business men should not forget that
Vlaak aotes, bill-heads, statements, letter
heads, and every description ef commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
at the GrARD office.
The carp company drew the water from
the carp pond one day this week. A large
number of minnows and water dogs were in
the pond and it was thought they would eat
the spawn. They were thrown out, and the
water was turned in.
The St. Charles Restaurant ia a cosy place
kept by Mrs. A. Renfrew in the brick build,
ing adjoining the old St Charles hotel A
umber of neat lodging rooms also belong to
theheu80. Meals and lodging, 25 cents each
Beard lodging by the week ou reasonable
terms. Give her a call.
Rev. K. Monroe Hubbard will preach next
ford's day, morning and evening at the
Christian church, Subject for morning,
"VTliat Christian'.ty promises U do for the
world;" theme for the evening, '-'The First
Resurrection;" prelude to sermon, "The
Pleasures of Intellectual Pursuits." Sunday
School at 10;13 A. x. Bible class Saturday
evening at 8 r. M. Seats free; all made
The following are the census enumerators
appointed for Lane county; Eugene Finn, J.
E. Houston, Heury E. Baxter, T. C. Bell,
B. F. Bund, J. W. Parka, E. P. Henderson.
According to the law of Congress enumer
ators, ia what are designated as "first class
districts, (embracing the cities and towns),
are entitled to receive three per cent, capita
and 13 cents for each place of productive in
dustry. There are iu the district of Oregon
17 first class districts, ia which the following
cities and towns are included: Portland, Ore
gon City, Salem, Albany, Eugene City, As
toria, Jacksonville and the Dalles.
Enumerators in secoud class districts, in
cluding the more thickly settled portions of
the country, are entitled to receive 5 cents
per capita, and 20 ceats for each farm.
There are in Oregon 70 second class dis
tricts. Enumerators in the third class districts,
embracing the more sparsely popu'ated sec
tions, are entitled to receive $6 per diem.
There are 62 third class districts in this
The enumerators are required to com
mence the work of ennmeratien en the 1st
of June, and the law requires that the entire
work must be finished on or before the first
day ef July, l&SO.
Desrovino Vermin. Mr. Isaac E. Stev
ens, over on the McKeozie, has done a good
work daring the past Winter in destroying
vermin. One day last week he killed a
large panther which measured over eight
feet in length. Since the middle of Decem
ber he has trapped and killed twelve
coyotes, making 27 ia all, destroyed by him
during the last year. As each coyote wonld
kill many sheep in its) life time, their de
struction is of great benefit to the county.
Rstcxdihq. Mr. Charles Lauer ia re
turning the money, collected for the benefit
f Mrs. Boyd and family, to its donors; that
lady having refused to accept it n the terms
offered. Subscribers to the fund, who have
aot been seen by Mr. Lauer, can bave their
money returned by calling on him. The whole
amount collected waa $224 50. Any
amount uncalled for, will bo donated to
some charitable purpose.
To California. Mr. George Humphrey,
accompanied by his wife and son, A orris
Humphrey, left en Monday for California.
For some time past the health of "Uncle
George" has bow declining, and he takes
the trip with the expectation of recovering
the lost jewel
Slavics' LvcRxasxB. The service on route
4,138, from Engeae te Long Tom and
Franklin, has bees increased to a semi
weekJy. The snail will bva Eugene Moo
day aad Fridays, returning Taenia v and
Eoorni City, May 10, 1880
Council met pursuant to ordinance.
Present President Dorris: Councilman
Dunn, Church, Sloan, MoClucg, Edris, and
reters; Recorder and Marshal
Minutes of the last meeting were read and
The finance committee reported the folio
ing bills correct, and on motion, warrants for
tne same were ordered drawn on the trees'
H Knox, 5 63; S M Titus. U: J
Luckey, $75; L C M A, $8; J H Brown, $4,
M 8 Walhs, $4: J E Attebery, $20 27.
Also reported that they had carefully ex
amined the reports of the various officers for
the year ending April 12, 1880. and found
all correct, and on motion the report of the
committee was received and ordered placed
The judiciary committeo reported Ordi
nance Ne. 18, regarding the duties and com
pensation of Fire Warden, and on motion,
was referred back to the committee for fur-
Committee on printing reported bids from
Campbell Bros, and G. S. Kiocaid, each
proposing to do the city printing for the e
sulug year at the rate of $1 50 per square of
ten lines, which was, on motion referred
back to the committee on printing.
Committee on streets reported recoup
mending the graveling of the following
Olive street from Fifth to Eleventh.
Oak street from Sixth to Eleventh.
Willamette street from Eleventh to south
Tenth street from Olive to Oak.
A new sidewalk to be laid on north side
of Eighth street along Wm. Osburn's prop
erty; also ou north side of Fifth street aloug
George Soveru's property, which, on motion,
The graveling and street work to be doue
under the supervision of the street commit
tee and Street Commissioner.
Also further recommend that tileing be
purchased and placed iu the drain of the
slough, commencing at or near the mouth of
the same, near the mill property, and ex
tending uuder the embankmeut the O 4 C
R Co; which was referred back to the
street committee for further consideration.
Petition of Osburn, Ellsworth and Gill,
asking an amendment of Sec. 3, Title 3 of
Chapter 3 relating to selling liquor in less
quantities than one gallon; was referred to
the judiciary committee, with instructions
to draft an ordinance in accordance with the
prayer of petitioners.
The following bills were presented and re-
fcred to the finance committeo: J J. Bell
vail, $8 60; J E Attebery, $20; E J Mo-
Clanahau, $1; H C Humphrey, $fi 15; B F
Dorris, $14 50; Campbell Bros, $15 40; S M
Titus, $4; Charles Johnson, $2; Chas Baker,
Ou motion, J E Attebery was appointed
street commissioner for the ensuing year.
On motion the Recorder wan ordered to
proceed to assess the city.
Ou motion the question of slaughter
houses in or iu close proximity to the city,
was referred to the committee ou health. -
Ou motion the matter of Eighth street, in
the western portion of the city, was referred
to the committee on streets.
Ou motion Council adjourned.
H. C. Humphrey, Recorder.
School Superintendent's Visits.
Editor Guard: Iu fulfilment of my
duty as required by law, I visited district
No. 19 at Springfield, and found the school
at that place in better condition and better
attendance than it has been in since 1876.
Miss Julia Adams, the teacher, closed the
school last Friday; her average for the term
was about 33, against 17 last year. This
closes the school until next FalL
Miss Ada C. Bradley is still teaching in
No. 55. When I visited this school last
year I found it necessary to find some fault
in regard to loud studying, which called
forth some comment from the teacher; but
the blame should not have rested ou her, as
she bad just commenced her term. I feel
proud to say in behalf of both teacher and
pupils, that the school is in good working
order, and progressing fiuely. Miss Bradley
has added a new feature to the practice of
teaching in this conuty. The pupils select
some subject aud discuss it in place of the
Friday afternoon Reclamations, and where
all pupils can take part This practice, if
general, would be of great profit
The school in No. 43 is taught by Mr. A.
B. Smith. He has an average of 33 pupils.
One difficulty nnder which he is laboring is
the lw speaking of some of the pupils whde
reciting. This should be overcome u possi
ble; the teacher has promised to do what he
can to correct this matter. There has been
a division into parties of this school, which
is a serious detriment to their educational
Mr. W. C. Taylor is engaged again in
teaching the school in No. 6, with an in
creased attendance. He has 48 pupils
against 40 last year; good recitations seems
to be his motto. This district has done well
in again securing his services as teacher.
R. G. Callwon, Superintendent
Bethesda Sprinos. Henry Hill, proprie
tor of Bethseda hot springs, has been in
town this week purchasing supplies for the
Summer. The springs are situated on a
branch of the McKeozie river about 55 miles
east of Eugene, and are easily accessible by
a splendid wagon road. The waters of the
springs art famed for their medicinal vir
tues, aud as the adjoining country has
abundant game and fish we may expect the
place to become a noted resort
Sbootciq Match. The Eugene sad Cress
weO sportamens clubs will have friendly
contest of skill to-morrow, at two o'clock
r. n. The place, selected for the shooting
the little prairie jut across the river.
Five men will be chosen from each dub.
Glass Vail and target shooting will be the or
der of the match.
Cottage GroTt Itcmt.
A correspondent at Cottage Grove sends
the following items nnder date of May
The town is very much in need of a publio
ball and railroad office.
The livery stable hu changed hands, Mr.
H. H. Chance having bought out Mr. R.
The crops at the present time are looking
exceedingly well The indications are that
the crop this season will surpass any for
many years past
Our business portion of town is being , in
creased with a saddle and harness shop.
Scott Chrismsn, formerly of Eugene, is pat
ting np the same.
ine ticmo given last Saturday, was a
failure on account of the inclement weather.
Those present were compelled to abandon
dancing on account of the rain. j "
Mr, C. W. Fitch, Democratio nominee for
Connty Judge, was in town during the week.
Mr. Fitch is making many friends aad will
beyond doubt be our next Judge.
Pacifio Lodge, No. 179, L 0. G. T of
this place, is at present ia a very flourishing
coudition. The membership roll reaches
about 75, and is still on the increase.
The citizens of this place are making active
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meeting next Saturday afternoon to make
further arrangements for the same.
Our little burg was treated last evening to
a theatrical performance iu Cottage Grove
hotel by two wandering minstrels. The eu-
tertaiumeut consisted of songs, jokes, music,
etc., and was enjoyed by those present
The bridge opposite the mill is getting in
very bad condition and needs repairing,
bridge is also needed across the creek
near the hotel, as it becomes impassable in
Wiutrr fur teams. Can't the county do
something towards this ?
Active preparations are now being made
to establish a lvcal telegraph liue iu town.
Four are now in operatiou aid soon there
will be a line between Lurch Bros, and E.
W. Whipple k Bra's stores, merely te in
form the book-keepers of the standing of
merchandise in Sou Francisco aud Portland.
George S. VTashburne, of Junction, has ac
cepted an invitation to deliver the address
before the Alumni Association of the State
University during the commencement week
of that institution on the 16'ta of June. ,
Miss Julia Adams, a sister-in-law of Prof.
Johnson, and a graduate of the State Univer-
ty, went down on the train Mouday morn
ing. Miss Adams is preparing au essay to
be read before the Alumni Association of
the State University next commencement
Blue Ribbon Club.
The following is the programme for next
Address -Prof. T. C. Bell.
Recitation Miss Kitlie Smith.
lteading-C. A. Was. ". -
The Spring sessions of the Willamette
Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church will be held at the Sponcer Creek
school house, beginning Ti.ursday, May 20,
18S0, at 4 o'clock P. m. Opening sermon by
Rev. C. A. Wooley. All are cordially in
vited to attend. J. J. Sitton, S. C.
Eastern Star Meeting.
Eugene Chapter No. 2, order Eastern
Star, will meet at Masonic Hall, this even,
ing at 7 AO o'clock, for the adoption of by
laws and selection of officers. No degrees
will be conferred. All initiated members
requested to be present. .
Mrs. C. W. Fitch, W. M.
Premium Offered. I will give a pre
mium of $20 for the best colt from my horse,
"Young Conqueror Jr.," of the season of
1880, to be shown the second Saturday in
July, 1881. To be decidod by three disin
terested men. H. G. Hadlev.
A Ban Practici. We are informed that
the mill race is made a depository for all
manner of dead cats, dogs. 4c A stop
should be made of this practice, as it is lia
ble to affect the health ef the community,
and is a constant source of annoyance to the
J. B. Rhinehart has been appointed agent
of the Springfield Mill Co. He can offer
batter figures for Lumber now than ever be
fore. All kinds of building lumber delivered
on short notice and at very low figures.
Don't fail to see Rhinehart before ordering
elsewhere. We propose to sell lumber, and
don't forget it
Underwood Bros, are representing four of
the most popular and reliabe Insurance
Companies on this Coast to-wit Conneticut
of Hartford; New Zealand, of Ankland; Com
mercial Union, of London; Ham berg A Bre
men of Hamberx; representing a capital of
over $29,000,000 gold coin. "Don't wait
till ths horse is stolen before yon lock the
It has become so common to write the be
rinnimr of an detract, interesting; article and
then ran it into some advertisement that we
avoid all each chests and simply cail attention
to the menu of Hop Bitters in as plain hon
est terms as possible, to induce people to eire
them one trial, as no one who knows their
value will ever nse anything else.
Berlin Fashion Pat Urns at Dana 4 Btrst
prvuaratiuus mr uu auu oeieoraiion out uerman Syrup u
the eotaini Fourth of July, There -fill be a"lV A. Bnsohee, a
The Oregon Kidney Tea,
Read the following testimooia's, not from
persons 3,000 miles away, whom no one
knows, but from well known and trust
worthy citizens of Oregon, whose names,
written with their own hands, can be seen
at our office:
Psndlcton. Or., Jan. 12, 1880.
Having used the Oregon Kidnev Tea
for one of my sods, whose urinary orgaus
were injured by takinff turuentina. I elioer.
fully certify to iu benrlicial etlects, and rec
ommend the same to the public
mi uvxkmori, Agt Wells, iargo k Co.
Portland, Or, Jan. 22, 1880.
I hereby certifv that I have used the Oro-
r,on Kidney Tea and been greatly base
btted by it I heartily recommend it to the
public ChiuikSuary, Jr.,
Traveling Act. far Wheeler A Wilson Mfo.
Co., 20 Geary St, S. F. j
I wish Everybody to Know.
Rev. Georve H. Tli avar. an old eitiitn nf
this vicinity known to everv on u a moat in
fluential eitiun, and Christian Minister nf the
At. Ht. Uiurcn iiutt tins ruonu nt stonoed in our
i Wish eVHrvhmtv In lennw tl
I consider that both mvnelf and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumptive Cure." It is
havitur a tremendous lala over our eounton
and if Kiving perfect satisfaction in all ciwes of
bung diseases, sueli as nothing else has done.
Jjourbon. lnd, May 15, 1878.
Drs. Matchett & France
Sold by Osburn k Co., Drugirists.
A Good Thing.
German Syrup is the special proscription of
e, a celebrated uorman i'hvsi-
ciitii,' anil ft acknowledged to be one. of the m.wt
fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It auicklv
cures Coughs, Colds and all Lung troubles of
the severest nature, removing, as it does, the
cause ol the anectinn and leavuur the Marts in
a strong and healthy condition. It U not an
experimental medicine, but has stood the test
of years, giving satisfaction in every case,
which its rapidly increasing sale every season
confirms. Two million bottles sold annually.
Beware oi medicines of similar names, lately
introduced Boschee's German Svrtip was intro
duced in the United States in 1808, aud is now
sold in every town and village in the civilized
world Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough. Price 75 cents. Sample bottle, 10
For Lame Back. Sid or Chest use SHI
LOH'S POROUS PLASTE1U Woe, 25 cts
Sold by Osburn k Co., Druggists, Eugene City
To all who are suffering from the errors and
indiscretious of youth, nervous weakness, early
aecay, loss ol tuannood. rtc, l will send a re
cie and will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE.
This great remedy was discovered bv a mission
ary in South America, Send a self-addressed
envelope to Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City.
Blemishes upqn.tiik pkmenink countxnan
ceh, if of a oompluxtional nature, speedily van
ish when Glinn's Sulphur Soap is used to oh
literate them. Pimples, blotches, moth, red
ness, patches, roughness, tan and freckles are
invariably bauished by the incomparable clari
fying agents. Eruptive ailments, sores, cuts,
bruises, scalds and other affections and injvrics
of the cuticle are likewise removed by it Sul
phur baths have hni(r been renowned as the
best remedy for skin diseases, Rheumatism and
gout Glenn 8 Sulphur Soap is in every re-
siwct as efficacious, and far cheaper, liy open
ing the pores and promoting a vigorous superfi-
etul circulation, this excellent article contrib
utes to Die health of the entire system as well
is to that nt the cuticle, buice its iutrodua
i in to imhlio notice it has repeatedly been
commended by the medical profession an pressd
and few external specifics have won such
"golden opinions" among all classes. It pre
vents obnoxious diseases as well as remedies
them, and disinfects clothing and linen im
pregnated with disease. Dandruff is entirely
eradicated by it, and its use is, on that account
greatly desiderated by persons whose hair is
thinning nut in consequence of dryness of the
scalji. Those who have used ointments and
liquids without fail avail for tlie cure of erup
tionsof an obstinate diameter, will find, if
they try it, that Glenn's Sulphur Soap re
moves scorbutic complaints irremediable by
less efficacious means, and prevents the recur
rence of such disorders For bleaching line ar
ticles of needlework and all kinds of white
woolen, cotton and linen fabrics this sesp Is su
perior to any article that can be used lor the
Sold bv druggists. Price 25c per cake. 1
box (3 cakeH)75c, sent by mail, prepaid, on re
ceipt of price, u W. I'rittenton, iropr, Sixth
avenue, New York. Hill's Lair and whisker
dye, black or bown, 50c
MERRY MAS Oil.
This imported stallion will
stand the ensuing season at the
stable of GEO HQ K COOPER,
in EUuENE CITY, commenc
ing April 1st, and ending July
Merry Mason is a beautiful bay. 1 G
handx high, and 5 yarn old. Import
from Scotland, April 16, 1878. Sired
by Prince Alfred; dam, Beauty, (a
Highland Society s prize winner) bred
by Mr. ilemmg. ling pedigree is
true copy, as taken from the catalogue.
Season, $30: Insur
Insurance when the mare
known to be with foal or parted with.
fUUU & liHUSKSON, Proprietors.
YOUNG CONQUEROR, JR.
I will make the following
stands lor the season, to-wit :
At Cooper's stable, Eugene
City, Friday and Saturday of
s . n ST a
At A. Li. Humphrey a on
Long Tom, Monday.
At my place Tuesdays and
Es?"For particulars of descrip
tion, peuigree, kc, see pnnteu
posters. IL G. HADLhY.
BUEXA VISTA STOVE WARK go
Overstocked at the
sold low to gain trade, aud owing to tin facilities
Light Clicos, very best, 10 yards for 1
Heavy Salrting, war. to wash, 7 yds. for tl.
neavy uingnam, 8yds. lor 1.
32 inch, wide bmt Ticking, 7 yds. for tl.
Latest styles Mohair cloth, 7 yards for tl.
Best Eiiiuiah Suitinn. 15 eanta nar vanL
Latent styles of Brocaded cloth, 22 cents per
yard. Sells in Portland at 25o per yard.
White corded Pique, 8 yds for IL
r rench I ahco. 8 vda. for II.
Heavy White Flannel, 20 cts per yard. .
Irge size Napkins, 73 cts per dozen.
Very Heavy lable Linen, 3A cts per yard.
Large Size Linen Towels, 3 for 60 eta.
Large size lWd Spreads, tl each.
Iteal French Corsets, for 60 cts esoh, worth $1.
Very best Corsets, 75 cvs. to tl 25 each.
Ladies Heavy Merino UnderohirU, 60 cts.
Ladies Heavy White Hose, U'J eu per pair.
Ladies Heavy Colored Hoae, 2. vis per pair.
Brt41 in lUack Coslimere 60 cts per yard, NY
Genuine French French Cashmeres war. all
wool, double width, 65 cts per yard.
Latest oelors in cashmeres, and all shade In
silks, brocaded silks and sntlus at the very
.- lowest figure,, .
We have a nice assortment of
HAVE RECEIVED SUCH A MAMMOUTH STOCK OF SPRING GOODS, WHICH
wemust and are hound to be sold at the VERY LOWEST pi ice. Bargains from New
irtVi, , ."w1""- GoU received by every steamship in large lots. PRICES LOW DOWN.
LOMI'EiTf 10X il tha lif nf tMila anil tlmra ia an mnph mimnatiti.in ht tl.t R.1. mn.1 ha
en ISuits, and are offering them lower than they can be bought
elsewhere. WE PLAINLY SAY:
Profits or no Profits, Goods MUST be Sold.
tWe invite everybody, because you will do better by surely trading with us than elsewhere
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
HAVING ASSOCiA I'KD WITH MK IN
business Mr. HORACE F. STltA'lTON
we have just received a new, large and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a specialty of
HARDWARE, PON AND STEEL
We desire to make ne grand flourish, ut do
say that fanners can come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other establishment in
town, ar.d they can buy them ou as good terms.
We have a full line of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYUOOD9,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
And are continually adding to our stock to
meet the demands of the public
F. B DUNN,
SELLING off at COST.
As I Must raise Money
I will sell myentlre
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CROCKERY.
Call and examine Goods & Prices
-All who are Indebted to me MUST settle
Hk'liest mark ot price paid for all kinds ef
PRODUCE, lilDKa anJi'UKS.
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City. Oregon
TUT IT 1-THB T.O. BES PRICES BB1S
of BO A P. for sale only by
T O HKHr-RtCK-l.
tVArOC' Or" il tr-t-Us b
anl lir.'tat sror briifnt n Ei?ri4,E
we will again state that our prices cannot be
Childrens Colored Hose, all sizes, 12 ot. pet
Large size Handkerchiefs, 5, 8, 10. 124
Silk Handkerchiefs, from 25 cts. upwards,
Nice Tidies, 25 cts apiece, worth 60 cts.
Heavy Mens Merino Undershirts, 35 eta.
Very best, 60 et.
Woolen Overshlrta, large size, tL
Good Chiviot Shirts 40 to 60 cU
White Dress, Dress Shirts, 76 cU to tL
Mens Socks from 10 cts upwards.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Mens Heavy Kip Boats, 13 per pair.
Mens Heavy Plow Ruckle Shoes, 12.
Ladies Calf Shoes, very best, tl 60,
Ladies Kid foxed sool. shoes, tl 60.
Indies Kid foxed Mutton, very best, 12 23.
Misses Calf, very best, tl 26.
Misses Kid foxed scoL. very best, tl 29k
Misses Morocco lace, tl 60.
Misses Morocco Uutton, FA
Ladies white silk clocked hose, 25 cts per patr
Ladies Summer Skirts, 60 ots each.
Two boxes paper collars for 26 cts,
Lfcrge size picture frames. 20 ots upwards.
Carpets and mattings at low price.
Clothinff. Hats and Ladies Lin
B. C. DNUIBWOOU.
J. B. DUDiEween,
DI AND SlLIr
Money Received on
Aad ths 8' ef
Particular Attention Given U
Cvnnrotlont and Now Zealand Insuraaoe Oessfaatas)
. ' also Aa r NTS
WELLS FARGO & Co.
Eases i'iti v.a Oref u
OSHlItN & CO'S
NEW DRUG STORI ON WiLLAlaV
etas Street, sear Ninth,
PATENT MEDICINES, &o.
Brandies. Wines and Llquorr
' OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, wt have the best aesertsaeit sf article
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.
We warrant all oiw drags, for they srs ssw ass!
Frfh. Particular attention is called to war
Perfumery anu Toilet Articles.
As we have beught
OUR GOODS FOR CASH
We can oompete with any establishment ia aW
(ens Uty In price end accommodation,
buy your roods where you can get
the best and cheapest '
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hours of the day or night
OSBUltN fc ts
LIFE OF TRAD.
WILL DO WORK CHEAPER tsat say
other shop in town.
HORSES SHOD FOR tl CASH.
With nw material, all round. Resetting eld
Shoes f 1.
aAll warranted to give satisfaction.
Shop on the Corner of 8th tal
War has commenced In Eurcpel
R, G. CALLISON
J S AGAIN AT HIS OLD HIS OLD STA51
on Willamette Street and having bought
interest of W. T. Oaburn in the firm of Calli"
son k Ostium, is prepared to furnish aQ wh
may give him s call with the bwt fsality ef
every thing usually kept in s first etaes grocery
and provimna store, such as
HI GAUS, TEAS, COFFEE,
CANNED (iOODS, TOBAtTO
CIUAKS, (JLASS AND QUEENS
WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
at reasonable rates for CASH a PRODUCA.
Give me a call and sea what I eaa do far ynta
Thankful fn paat patroaaga I iavite ye te
Goods dalirerad to aay part of tha eT't freer
f charge. B G. CALU30V.
Eugene City Brewer.
MATHIAS EEL L Elf, PrtVp
TTrT Is bow prepared U SI all erdars fs)
LJ LAGER BEER
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY,
Come snd see far yourself. A m4 artief
seeds as rees)awsdatia.