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5iTY AND COUNTY,
line County Democratic
For Stata Senator,
T. 0. HENDRICKS.
j, M. THOMPSON,
J. C. WALLACE,
E. P. WILLIAMS.
For Caunty Judge,
C. W. FITCH.
For Caunty Commissioners,
J. F. KIRK, A. J. McMAHAN,
For Caunty Clerk,
C. C. CRONER.
, J. W. SKAGG3.
' For Assessor,
p. j. Mcpherson.
For School Superintendent,
A. W. PATTERSON.
M. S. WALLIS.
J. R. REAM.
Judge John J. Whitney "will eddress the
citizen! of Lans on the political issues of the
day at the court honae in Eugene, Monday,
May 31, at 7 30 P
M. Let all attend.
Street cleaning haa commenced.
The Calico ball at Junction nested $S5.
Team.te'-a buay liau'uig gravel on streets
and counly roads.
John Wortman baa bee appointed pout
master for Junction City.
Vfe are g'aJ. to annouo :e that Mrs. Dr.
Hemenway it recove.inj.
Rv. 8. C. Pre has resijned the pastor
ate of we Lap."wt chu.-ch of this c:ry.
M. J. W. Hamtfieo, Ae next Poiecut!u3
Attorney, mode as a pleasant call this week
Mrs. J. E. Holt returned last Monday,
from a visit to her eld home in the East.
We are pbced under eb'igations to Sena
tor Grover, for Cong. Records of the 40th
Amos D. Hyland has sold 3S7 acres of
land, near Junction, to Jas. P. Howard for
The canvass of the county by the local
candidates begins at Willamette Forks pre
Th. highest price paid in CASH for Hides,
Fun Deer Skins and Chickens, at the store of
& Rosenblatt Co.
Patronize John Lenger if you want good
ilk. He furnukes a first rate quality at a
reasonable price. "
J. J. Wa'tniv Jr., J- C. Chu.-ch, S. W.
Msera-ulT. Y. Shelton went to Pov.'attd
on Mou.lf,v, io attend the sew'oo of the
Grand Ledge L 0. O. P., which bejan Tues
day. J. B. Underwood, Juper Stevens and Jos.
Hudd'cstei) have bten se'ecled as referee
for the p'ecn shooing nnuch ne--t Si-.tu;-day.
W. Ceee Ee'shaw has a patch of wheat
f the Meditesvauean va.iety over three feet
h;gh and beads already formed. The gain
will be ripe in July.
Anoldladv. whose name we could not
learn, died here yesterday morning.
had only arrived the day previous
kinsfolk from Kansrs.
Mr. Henry Owens baa gone to Portland to
attend to the interests of the Tualatin water
work. The Telegram says the instruction
of the wo Is is a foregone conclusion.
The 8t. Charles Restaurant is a cosy place
kept by Mrs. A. Renfrew in the brick build
iag adjoining the old St. Charles hotel. A
inker of neat lodging rooms also belong to
ththense. MeahauJ. lodging, 25 cents eh
Board lodging by the week on reasonable
terms. Give ber a calL
Rev. S. Monroe Hubbard will preach next
Unl'i 1t morninir and evenintf at the
Christian church, Subject for morning,
"Hon-e Influence;" evening, "God's esti
ate of character, considered from the con
tour of the Nose;" prelude to sermon, "Mod
School at 9.45
A. bt . LiVt class Saturday evening at 8 r. at
Seats free; a'l made welcome.
Piceos Siioon!o. A pigeon shooting
Batch, to take place Saturday, May 20th,
' has been made between T. J. Witter and
several members of the spa-tsuers club.
Mr. Witter names Dr. O.boroe, aud the
club man will be named on the dty of the
shooting, fbe birds will be shot at a dis
taoceof21 yards, with 80 yards bounds.
each contestant to have 10 shots. An e:cit
ing time is anticipated.
Died. Mias Mary Boad, aged 18 years,
died at the residence of ber parents near En
gene, Friday, May 14, and was buried f.wn
the Baptist ehnrch the day following. Truly
this family bas felt the hand of affliction.
Within tbe past three months the father, a
brother and siater. have been lata M resu
The family has the sincere sympathy of
any friends i this ther h"t aBlKtiou
Scsdat School ConvajnosA Sunday
School Convention of the Cbristiaa Church
of Lane eoomtr. will be held ia the grove
oar Springfield en Saturday, Jnne 19th.
Tbe exerciaee will eoasist el music, addreoaes
ad discuasiosi of 8uaday School topics. A
eaanpmeeting under tbe auspices of tbe same
church will be commenced on tbe axt day,
en the same grounds.
jfAimn.NearCre.ewea, May 15, 18S0,
by H. O. Fitch I. P., Mr. Waiter Hartley
W Y m CUru Mattsoa, beth of Las county.
Oa last Saturday a contest between the
Eugene City and Cresswollsportsmeas clubs,
took place near this city. A large number
of spectators witnessed the shooting, and
good feeling and harmony prevailed among
Tbe glassball match was won by the Eu
gene club. Distance 18 yards, thrown from
spring trap, 10 shots to each man. The
following is tbe score:
LWGay 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Harrington 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 02
SReed 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0-4
E Howe 1 0 111110 10-7
F Golden 0 110 110 0 1 0-5
Average per man, 4.
J Delshaw 0 0 0 1 0 1
Jas Huddleston....l 0 0 0 1 0
J Stevens. 1 10 10 1
10 1 1--5
FRe'shaw 1 0 0 10 1
.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
The ritie match was won by tbe Cresswell
club. The target was p'ced 100 ya.-ds dis
tant. The following is the score:
W W Scott 4 33535344 3-37
L WCiiy 4 44 424 3 44 4-T.7
F Gulden 4 44354334 337
Berkshire 0 23203332 3-21
S Reed 3 03343324 4-29
Ave Je, i
Jas Hudd'esn 3 42334533 3-S3
f odney eooU. 2 45623434 537
H C Huddlttlon 4 24043240 2-25
T W Harris 3 35240233 3-28
J Neihotf 2 34324223 2-27
Coilu-e Grove Items.
A correspondent at Cottage Grove sends
the following items under date of May
Auother week of pleasant weather.
Dr. Wright is on a visit to San Francisco.
and wiU be back shortly.
Mr. James Sterling gave us a pleasant call
this week. Come a;aiu Jim.
Mrs H. Wslker, who has been sick for
some twe, is rapidly recovering.
The roads between this place and Eugene
are in an excellent condition at present.
Mr. C. Chrisman, w ho has been confined to
his room, is once more able to appear on tbe
Mr. J. W. Gandy's chi'd, that bas been
quite s'ck for some time, is i j a very low
Sheriff Eakin was in town during the
week on o.tk-'al busmen, tie looks bale
and hearty as ever.
Still our tovru ia on the increase. Mr.
Thos. Gangh has opened a uew llve.y st.iMe
on Centre street. If you want a hrt Cass
turn out go to Tom's .'or it.
A hoodlum consiileub'y the worse for liq
uor madosouw d'aiUfbauces at tpicuic lately.
A repetition o? fie ofletise will cause t.-ouble
with the aforesaid individual.
A meeting will be he'd to-morrow to make
farther arrangemeuts for ce'eUrajng the
Fourth of July. F.tim what I have learned
so far, it p tm'ses to be a graucl affair. Full
particulars in our next.
Mr. A. J. Goodman, the Democratic can
didate for Sheriff, was n town th's weuk.
Mr. Goodman hai made many f ie-ida in this
section o.' the county, Jand will ca.ry this
place by a large majority.
A Large Transaction.
On last Thursday, says the Junction Re
publican, Mr. John Munch, ineoer ot i.ie
firm of Kratz 4 Munch, r.nllers at tins place,
sold out all of his interest iu said 6.-ra to C.
W. Washbu.ne. the consideration being 5 11-
0C9. The propety transferred was an unuv
vided one-half interest in block No. 43, of
Junct'on, Lane county, Oreson, as appears
upon the plats of sa:d c;ty survey, together
with all the tenements, hereditaments and
appn -.enances, thereunto belonging or in any
way appe.-taimng. The dewls turtner know
a traus'er of one-haH interest iu the Junction
City fiominj mil's, p'aniug mills, lumber
and lumber yards, mo tages, books, notes
and accouots of t'le establishment doing
busirtes in the firm name of Kratz Munch.
Tbe mill company is now, and proposes to do
bj.inea. under v'.'e Prm n.-tne of Kratz
Wanhbu.-ne, with V. Kratz and C. W.
Washbu-ne as so'e proprietors and owners.
Mr. Munch is in their employ for two years
as head miller
A Bold Thief.
About 2 o'clock la-it Thursdiy afternoon,
the honse of W. C Eiw d near Juuction,
was forcibly entered by a foot pad who gives
his naraes Harry Wise and who took there
from about sixty dollars wo-th of goods,
clothing Ac. Tbe net morning Mr. Ed
wards d;scove'ed wLe, the thief bad dis
posed of the sto'eo p operjy and obtaining a
description o" the m.n stwied in pursuit,
overtaking hi v;ci:ni en route for Eugene.
Mr. Edwards broU7bt him bacK vo jnnci-on
and bad a warrant Usued for bis arrest The
nrisoner was arraigned be'oi-e recorder
bright. Geo. S. Wasiburne appearing for
the State. The cub it upon being confront
ed with the man to whom he bad sold the
mods at once ente-ed a plea of gu:lty and
was held in bonds to appear bee tbe grand
jury in the snia of tfJ, in de'ault of which
be now languishes in the county jau-
Kicked. We are iu'omxd that a eon of
Mr. Stanley of Pleasant Hill was kicked it
the head on Wedoesday, by a fracious
horse. We did at learn how badly the
boy wao injured. Dr. Scarbrtugb, of Cress
well attended tbe cate.
RaCTSG. A race will be run to-day near
town by Dr. Osbome'e aaare and Sameel
At the finance question is of the greatest
importance to our State and Government,
and as none but Indopendendent Greenback
men will fully discuss it, we the undersigned,
earnestly request and solicit that Mr. M.
Wilkins canvass tbe county in the present
campaign, and that the Representative can
didates invite him and allow him time to
discuss our monetary interest for the benefit
of all concerned.
I N Baker,
R H Haxletou,
D M Coleman,
W T Vai'ahn,
J A Churchill,
J O Grubbe,
F M Mghawander,
And 103 others.
Half Fare to the Corvallit Association.
All persons go ng by railroad to the Cor
vallis Association, will pay full fare to Rose
burg, aad be retp.-ecd on the certificate of
the c)erk. The Association will commence
on Thursdry, June 3d. and continue over
Sunday. B. F. Doru.u. Clerk.
Eugene, May 21, 1SS0.
Died. A. L. Humphrey, one of tbe pio
neers of Lane county, died at bis home en
Long Tom Tuesday. During a long life he
retained the respect of all and died siaoerely
lamented. He leaves an aged wife to
mourn he decease. The rsmalns were
brought here fo- burial and on Thursday all
that was mortal of A. L Humphrey was de
posited in the Odd Fellows cemetery.
Increased. Last week we stated that
the mail route to the western part of the
county had been inc-eased to a semi-weekly.
Since then orders have been received to
make it tri weekly and accordingly the mail
will be sent from this post office Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays returning Tues
days, Wednesday and Saturdays.
Marrikd. At the residence of the offi
ciating e'ergymau, in Eugene City, May 13,
1830, by Rev. A. P. Audorson, Mr. O. P.
H ff to Miss Alice E. Parsons, all of Lane
The candidates on the Democratic ticket
of Lane county will meet the people for the
discussion of political topics at the following
places aud times:
Willamette Saturday, May 22
Mohawk Monday, May 24
Camp C eo'c Tuesday, May 25
Spriiwtield Wednesday, May 26
..K J . ..... rail .1 . If rtt
rieaaant Hill iiiursiiay, uiay i
Lost Valley Friday, May 28
Cresswe'l Saturday, May 29
Cottaje Grove .' Monday, May 31
Siuslaw Tuesday, June 1
Richardson Weiluesitay, June 'i
Lo igTom Thursday, June J
lunotioj rrmay, oune i
Eugone Saturday, June O
The oDDosiuir candidates are cordially iu.
vited to be present and divide the time.
The Oregon Kidney Tea,
Read the following testimonials, 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, c.n be seen
at our ollicu!
v Prnbixiox, Or., Jan 12, 1SR0.
Having suffered with my kidneys, I was
induced to t.y tlie Oregon Kidney Tea,
which relived me iu a short lime. I take
pleasure in recommending it to the publio as
a aa'ts remedy for kidney dilliculi ies.
G. W. li.Mi.BV, Co. Judge of Umatilla.
Salkm, Or.. Jan. 20. 1880.
Soma lime ago, I bought a package of
Oregon Kidney Tea, and after using it
felt better than I had for years, and bought
two boxes more, being unwillii g to be with
out so valuable a medicine. My wife pro
nouueesit the best kidney preparation iu
U8e, ALFRED bTANTON.
Our mruinat anoearauce 's a matter in
which our f.icnds and acquaintances have a
right to a choice whether we sha'l inflict
upon t!ieni an exteror uncared for and un
.tt i.;.;v. a Rnnnteraiice marred by a neg
lected gHzed beai-d, or a crown gu'lt'ess of
eove.ins', ha'f coveted o.- thatched with
white hairs, or whether we sha'l u ile'ere nee
to our fellow p&y due regard to our owe per
sons, ami mahe them presenluble ard acce(i
table in society. There are many helps for
those who desire to do this, aud there are
none a'liony them mom acceptable tnan
Ha'l s Hair Rcnewer and Duck'i'gham's Dye
for the whisker. Roth these p -epaiatioais
are kepi for ta'e at all our d.-ug si-ores, aud
if any ol ourl.-ieiius are looxiog un'.oi"
for wear, we advise them to make a noie of
it Norte Star, Danville, Vt
To 11 who are sufferin from the errors and
imliscretious of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, .Vc., I will send a re
ciiw and will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE.
This great remedy was dinco ered by a mission
ary in South Americr. Ren ' a self-addressed
envelope to Rkv. Joseph T. Inmah, Station D,
New York City.
No Deception I'sed.
It is strange so m ny people will connue
to tuffer day after dry with tiapepsi-? Ljv-r
vomoiiniiv, wM.,iwi - - .
eral Uehility when they cs i procu e at our
StIILOH'd VITALIZER free of cosr if it
does not cure or relieve them. Price, 75 cts.
Sold by ( burn Lo., uruggvt-.
Robinson 4 Church at th Hardware Store
keep th. largest aud beat selected stock of wall
paper and border in Eu?ens City, comprwing in
part, Brown, BUr'a, S- tin Gilt and Emlx
e.l aper, which they p .u'l. ie direct from the
Eastern factories and wri'l se'l a cheap as th
AU paper tnramed free of cnarge.
J. B. Rhioehart haa been appointed agent
of th Springfield Mill Co. He can offer
better figures for Lumber now than ever be
fore. All kind ef building lumber delivered
on short notice and at very low figure.
Don't fail to see Rhinebart before ordering
elsewhere. We propose to sell lumber, ana
don't forget it
Underwood Bros, are representing four of
the most popular and rebate Insurant
Companies on this Coast to-wit Conneticnt
of Hartford; New Zealand, of Ankland; Com-
mercial Uuion, of London j lianioerg diw
mea of Hamberg; representing a capital of
over $29,000,000 gold com. "Don wait
tiU the bora u stolen before you
The moat popular and fragrant Perfume of
tteday"HACKMETACK. 'try it Sold by
uKuurn a a, arua,-uu, Eugene Uty, Uregou
We ChaUonge the World.
When we say w. believe, we have evldenco
to prove that hhiloh'. Consumption Cure is de
cidedly the brut Lung Medicine made, in as
much as it will cure a common Chronio Couh
in one-half the time ant relieve Asthma, Kron
chitis, Whooping Cough, Croup, and ihow
more case. n( Consumption cured than all oth
ers. It will cure where they foil, it U plewwnt
to take, harmles. to the younBt child and we
guarantee what w. ur. Price, 10 oU, W ct.
and II. If your Lunpi are sore, Chest or Back
lame we Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by
Osburn A Co., DrugHats.
The Immense sals and irreat Domilaritv of
Green's August Flower in all towns and vil
lages in th civilized world has caused nianv
imitators to adopt similar names, expecting to
reap a harvest for thaniwlves at the exeuHe of
the evicted. This Medicine was introduced
in 1808, and for the cure of Dvsiwiwia. and
Liver Complaint, with their ehV-U. such as
Sour Stomach, Costivcneos, Sick Stomach, Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Palpitation of the
Heart, vertnro. etc.. it never has failed to our
knowledge. Three dose, will relieve any case
of DysHia. Two million bottles sold last
year. Price 75 cents. Samples 10 cents.
URKENS ATLAS AND UlART AlllANAC. the
moot expensive free Almanac ever published,
sent free on recipt of two cent stamp.
u. u. urkek, oodiiury, X. J., U, a. A.
Blemishes vpok the femex.nk ioi xtkvan
crs, if of a eomplvxtional nature, sj eedily vm
an wnen ulk.n.v h mi.fhur hoap l uaed to '
literate thein. Pimples, blotches, moth, red
ness, patohea, roughneiw, tea and freckles are
invariably bauUhed by the incomparable clari
fying agents. Eruptive ailments, sores, cuts,
bruises, H-alds and other affection, aud iuivries
of tlie cuticle are likewise removed by it Sul-
uur oains nave long been renowned as the
lest remedy for skin diseases, Rheumatism and
rout Glenn's Sulphtr Soap is in every re
spect as etficacious, and far clieaer. By open
ing the pores and promoting a vigorous .uperli
ctal circulation, this excellent article contrib
utes to the health of tbe entire system as well
as to that of the cuticle. Since its introduo
i in to putilio notice it has repeated'y been
commended by the medical profession an pressd
ami few external soecitk-s 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
'auicateu by it, and its use is. on that account
greatly desiderated by person whose hair is
thinning out in consequence of dryness of the
acalji. Those who have used ointments and
liquids without fail avail for the cure of erup
tions of an .obstinate character, will find, if
thcyyit, that Glenn's Si lfiu'r Soap re
moves scorbutic complaints irremediable by
less efficacious means, and prevents the recur
rence of such disorders For bleaching fine ar
ticles o needlework and all kinds of whit
woolen, cotton aud linen fabrics this seal) is su
perior U any article that can be used lor the
bold by druinnsts. rrioeZoc. per cake, i
box Ct oaks)75c , sent by mail, prepaid, on re
ceipt of price. C. N. ('rittenton, Prop'r, Sixth
avenue, New York. Hill's hair and whisker
dye, black or bown, 60c
WINTERS' GALLERY !
To get rARr and CABINET PHOTO
GRAPHS, FERROTYPES, &C.
Cards and Cabinets a Specialty.
FARMERS ATTENTION. READ J
THAVE JUST RECEIVED A NICE AS
rortment of Harness. Collars, Lines, Bri
dles, Hame and Rreast Straps, Halters, Curry-
combex, Wliips, uarus, lmiHiies, etc., ana i
am m;ik in1,' Saddles of all kinds and will keep
or. hand Saddle Trees and Dressed Buckskins
for the wholesale and retail trade, which I will
sell 25 per cent, cheaper than usual. Farmers
will do well to give me a call. My terms isrxadv
pay; then no man pays for his neighbor's
trooda. Shop, 3 miles northwest of Kuene
Citv on railroad.
1). H. I.AK1V.
YOUNG CONQUEROR, JR.
I will make the foil' wing
glands for the season, to-wit :
At Cooper'a sta)le, Eugene
City, Friday and Saturday of
At A. L. IIumphreYS on
Long Tom, Monday.
t my place Tuesdays and
27"For particular of descrip
tion, (euigrep, sve see iiriuiu
posters, IL U. ilAVLLi.
r I 8
i PS! (HI
Overstocked at the
L I. L STOEE;
FT AVE RECEIVED SUCH A M AMMOUTH STOCK OF SPRING GOODS, WHICH
lust and sr. bound to b sold at th V
Ynrlr A,if.tl,,n. r-wvl. .it. l h ivn itumihil) in larva lota. PRICKS LOW DOWN.
COMPETITION U the life of trad and there k
sold low to gain trails, and owing to th facilities
Light Calicos, very beat, It yards for It.
Heavy Milrting, war. to wash, 7 yus.
Heavy limit bam. s vi
Is. for 11
32 inch, wid beat Ticking, 7 yds. for $1
.atest atvlea Molisir cloth. 7 vanls for IL
Heat English Suiting, 13 cents pw yard.
Ijite-t styles of Brocaded cloth, 22 cents per
yard. Sells in Portland at 2to c.r yard.
White conled Pique, 8 yd. for $L
r rencn i alico, B yds. lor l.
Heavy Whit Flannel, 20 eta per yard.
Large sit Nankins, 75ct per dozen.
Very Heavy Table Linen, So cts per yard.
Large Size Linen Towuls, 3 for 50 ct.
Large size lWd Spreals, II each.
Keal French Corsets, for 50 cU each, worth IL
Very best Comets, 75 cvs. to tfl 25 each.
Ladies Heavy Meriuo Vnderdiirts, 50 cts.
Ladies Heavv White Hone. 1-4 clt iwr pair.
Ladies Heavy Colored Hose, 25 cts per pair.
Beat! I in Black Cashmere 50 cU per yard, NY
Genuine French French Cashmeres war. all
Latest color In cashmeres, and all shades (n
silks, brocaded silks and satius at the very
We have a nice assortment of
en Suite, aud are offerinj; them lower than they can be bought
elsewhere. WE PLAINLY SAY:
Profits or no Profits,
tWe invk everybody, because you will do
THE X.3LrX L..STOR3SS.
HAVING ASSOC! A I'UU WITH JIE IA
k...i...u Mr. HORACE F. STRAIT ON
w hav just received a new, larg and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a specialty of
HARDWARE, IPON AND STEEL
VT. desire to tnak a grand flourish, jut d.
say that fanners can com nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our stor than at any other etbHhmnt is
town, ar.d they can buy tnein on as goou wruu.
W hav a full Hue of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYOOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS FURNISHINO
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
And am continual v adding to our stock t
meet th demand of th public. .
SELLING ol at COST,
As I Mi st alse Money
I will sell myentlro
DRY GOODS, v
DOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CROCKERY.
Call and examine Goods & Prices
er All who ar Indebted to me MUST.ittls
!tm marxei pne imm iur u i
. . i . u t n Lt.o. -I
PItODUCE, HIDES and Ulia.
A. OOL'S TIL
This import id stillicn will
stand the ensu se.non at the
rtableofGEO lK COOPER,
in EUGENE CITY, com mnc-
ing April 1st, and ending July
Merrv Mason is ft beautiful bar, 163
hands high, and 5 years old. Imported
from Scotland, April 16, 1878. Sired
by Prince Alfred; dam, Beauty, (a
. . . . i a 1
Highland Hociety'a prize winner; Drea
bv Mr. Fleminit This pedigree ia a
true copy, as taken from the catalogue.
Season. $30; Insur
try Insurance when the mare is
known to be with foal or parted with.
PUG II k GRIERSON, Proprietors.
Bcrlia raabiot Pattarns at Doaa k 8trt
A BELI1- TIAUOS-I ass th soU
1 agenl lor tasi jriehraiwl wsrna.
.11 1 price, liargains from nw
so much competition that that Goods must be
w will agaiu stat that our price cannot be
Cliildrens Colored Hose, all sixes, 12J ct. per
Larg sis Handkerchiefs, 6, 8, 10. 12) cts.
Silk Handkerchiefs, from 25 ot. upwards,
Nice Tidies, 2ft eta apiece, worth 60 eta.
Heavy M.na Merino Undershirt, 85 eta.
Very beat, 50 eta.
Woolen Overahirts, largo sis, IL
Good Chiviot Shirts 40 to 50 eta.
White Dress. Dres. Shirts, 75 cts to IL
Mens Sock from 10 cts upwards.
BOOTS AND SHOES-
Mens Heavy Kip Boots, 13 per pair.
Mens Heavy Plow Buckl Shoes, 2.
Ladies Calf Shoes, very best, II 50.
Ladies Kid foxed al. shoes, 1 50.
Indies Kid foxed Button, very best, $2 23.
Misses Calf, very best, $1 25.
Misses Kid foxed scol., very best, II 25.
Misse Morocco lace, II 50.
Miasos Morocco Button, 12.
Laities whit silk clothed boss, 2b ot per pair
Ladle Summer Skirts, 50 cts each.
Two boxes paiwr collars for 25 cts.
Large sis picture frame. 20 eta upwards.
Carpet and mattings at low price.
Clothing. Hats and Ladies Liu-
Goods MUST be Mi
better by surely trading with us than elsewhere
..j. i. ii
U. C. UNDERWOOD.
t. B. VNDSBWOOD,
ll'I AND SILL-
Money Received on Deposit
Aad th Bs's of
REAL Ef ATE
Particular Attention Given t
OoBMotiout aad New Zealand InsuraaosOompaBlos
WELL8 FARGO & Co.
ostium & go's '
XTBYv- DRUO STORB ON WILLAM
ii U. Btrat, near N inth,
PATENT MEDICINES, fro.
Brandies. Wines and Liquoi?
OP ALL KINDS.
In (act, w hav th best assortaieat of articl
FIRST CLASS DRUG JT0RE.
W warrant all our drugs, for they ar new and
Frnn. Particular attention is eall to anr
Perfumery anu Toilet Articles.
As w hav bought
OUR GOODS FOR CASH
V oan oompete with any establishment la Sj
fens City in pric and accommodation.
Buy your goods where you eaa get
th beat and cheapest.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hour of th day or night.
osuuitrv & t.
LIFE OF TRAD"
T7TLL DO WORK CHEAPER than any
other shop In town.
HORSES 8H0D FOR 12 CASS.
With new material, all round. Resetting old
tfAll warranted to giv satisfaction.
Shop on the Corner of 8tn. and
War has commenced in Europe!
R. G. OALLISON
IS AGAIN AT HIS OLD HIS OLD STAJfD
on Willamette Street and having bought tha
Intoreat of W. T. Oaburn in th firm of Calli-
on & Oalmrn, is prepared to furniah all wha
may giv him a call with th best quality of
very thlnif usually kept la a first clan grocery
and proviKion Um, such a
CANNED GOODS, TOBACCO Jt
CIGARS, GLASS AND QUEENS-
WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
at rcaaonabl rate fur CASH or PRODUCX
Giv m a call and see what I can do for yea
Thankful fo part patrooago I invito yoa ta
Uowls ouircrod to any part of tn city rroe
of charge. B G. CALLISON.
Eugene City Erewerj.
MATHIAS EELLEIt, PrO
TTrT Ia bow pmwrwl U ill a 11 ordor f
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Com and am for youmlf. g4 srtUia
aeoaa a TecwassBaadatisa.