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ItU vxi If lit Counir.
Th (ollvwiog is complete list of
act passed at tba late session and
igned by tba Governor. Tbi lint also
includes memorials and resolution
filed at tba aama time :
IL U. 3 An act to incorporate Dal
Its and repeal all former acta relating
to tba same.
& B. 8 An ait to incorporate the
town of Amity in Yamhill county.
8. B. 20 An act supplemental to an
act to- incorporate the town of Marsh
CmIcC in Coos county.
8, B. 108 An act to amend an act
to incorporate the town of Oakland, in
& B. Jl J And act to incorporate
tba town of Prinesville, Wasco county,
8. B. 70 An act to incorporate the
town of Monmouth, Polk county.
IL B. 2 An act (o incorporate the
town of Dayton, in Yamhill county.
IL B. 9 An act to incorporate the
town of McMinnville, Yamhill county.
& B. 102 An act to amend an act
incorporating the city of Roseburg,
8. B. 104 An act to amend an act
to incorporate the city of Astoria, Ore
& B. 107 An act to amend an act
to incorporate the city of Eugene, Ore
8. B. 42 An act to establish and
protect the rights of married women.
Section 1 repeals all laws which im
pose or recognize civil disabilities upon
a wife not imposed by existing statutes
upon the husband, and gives the wife
a right to sue in the courts alone for re
dress of her personal wrongs. Section
2 provides that the refiponsibilities of
the parents in the absence of miscon
duct shall be equal, and the mother
.shall be as fully entitled to the custody
and control of the children and their
earnings as their father, and in case of
the death of the husband tlio wife shall
come into as full and complete control
of the eftate and the children as the
father now does in case of the mother's
death. This act is now in force.
8. B. 118 An act to define the
. duties and fir the compensation of the
clerk of tho board of school land com
missioners. This act more particularly
prescribes the manner in which the
record of transactions by the board
shall be kept, and fixes the salary of
the clerk at f 1,500 per annum.
8. B. 41 An act to dispose of the
unfinished branch mint building, the
material and the block of ground on
which the same -is sit dated at The
Dallea This act takes e fleet when
ever all legal claims agaiast the pro
perty are settled, and vests the proper
ty in the Wasco independent academy
Association, to be used for educational
a. it. l licpeais sections LA am
Hi, title 1, chapter 45, miscellaneous
laws of Oregon, as complied by Mat
thew P. Deady, and Lafayette Lane.
8. J. It. 1 Directs tho Secretary o:
State to(purchoso 1C0 copies of vol
umes 7 and 8, and 100 copies of vol
uma 1 of the Oregon Supreme Court
reports, and directs the disposition of
11. J. lb 14--Concurs in the pro
pssed amendment to the constitution
providing that regular sessions of the
legislative assembly shall last sixty
days, and special sessions thirty days,
and that members shall receive $4 for
ach day actually in session.
8' J. M. 5 Asks Congress to ap
propriate $500,000 to make surveys
and inaugurate works on a canal and
looks around the Dalles of the Colum
IL J. It. S Legalizes warrant No.
"240, drawn m favor of Q. E. Clark and
paid before any apronriation was
IL J. R. C Authorizes the superin.
tendent of the penitentiary to let con
Tict labor at 30 cents a day for each
8. J. R.2 Proposes an amendment
to the constitution as follows: The
elective franchise in this State shall
not hereafter be prohibited to any citi
sen on account of sex.
IL J. R 4 Directs the Secretary of
State to have 5,000 copies of the school
laws and 2,500 copies of the road laws
printed for the use of school officers
and. road supervisors.
8. R 12 To provide the compensa
tion of the sheriff's and clerk's of the
counties of Linn, Lane, Jackson, Ben.
ton, Yamhill, Marion, Douglas, Coos,
Curry, Clackamas, Union, Umatilla,
Washington and Polk, and to prescribe
th manner in which such compensa
tion should be paid, . 1
IL R 103 An act to regulate the
management and maintenance of ceme
teries by private corporations,
8. R 95 For the protection of the
Oregon State Agricultural Society, and
for the promotion and encouragement
of agricultural and horticultural so
cieties. 8. R 105 To regulate the measure
ment of lumber in the log, and fix tLe
IL R 100 An act to amend sec
tion 16, title 3, chapter 57. miscclU
neous laws of Oregon, relating to the
aisessment of proper'y and the levy
and collection of tuxes.
IL R 4 An v:t to provide for the
construction of a brick insane asylum
building for this State, to levy a tax
and appropriate money therefor.
IL R 58 An act to authorize each
of the aeeral circuit judges of this
State to hold court and make orders
to Le enforced in all the judicial dis
II. R 94. An act to create and or
ganize a school for deaf mates.
II. R 48. An act to prevent the
spreading of contagious and infectious
diw-avs among sheep.
8. R 44. To define and establish
the boundary line between the coun
ties of JoM'phine and Curry.
8. R 29. Requiring county clerks,
sheriffs and district attorneys to make
semi-annual returns to the State of all
fees and emoluments earned by them,
and of the expenses of conducting
& B. 22. To protect salmon.
a R 26. Granting the 'Oregon
Railway and Navigation Company, its
successors and assigns, the right of
way through lands of the State of Ore
gon, and necessary grounds for stations,
epots, side-tracks, turn-tables, and
8. R 113. To amend sections 14
and 15, title 1, chapter 44, miscella
neous laws of Oregon, relative to the
purchase of supplies for the peniten
tiary and reducing salary of tin super
intendent of the penitentiary.
II. R 127. An act to prevent the
sale of spirituous or malt or other in
toxicating liquors upon or within four
miles of any premises in this State
upon which or over which the general
government may be engaged in canals
or locks or work of a similar nature.
S. R 2. To amend sections 1G6 and
67, chapter 16, title 1, of the code of
for Public firnaoi.
EfttEXE, Nov. 19, 1880.
Editor Guard: I see that notices
are up calling for a school meeting next
Monday for the purpose of levy irg a
tax to support the public school.' It is
the first time for several years that
such a proposition has been submitted-
Eugene claims great honor for its edus
cutional interests, and it Hint a
though our schools should be main
tained. Our people have already paid
1 12,000 for a first class school building,
and the old board of directors, in their
anxiety to maintain the honor and rep
utation of our school system, left the
district last Spring r."ar $2,000 in debt
to teachnrs for their wages. In order
to cover this and meet their obligations,
the new board was obliged to use over
$1,000 off the public money', that was
properly due to the present year, to
cancel the indebtedness. Hence the
necessity of a small tax, say two mills,
which will give us a nine months school
and at the same time hold up tho repu
tation which Eugene has already ac
quired, as the best educational town in
the State, While mistakes may have
been made, yet I believe the school is
giving general satisfaction under the
present management, and think it
should 1 maintained. I trust ourpeo
plo will look to their interests and vote
a tax, otherwise no more than a ft
months school can be maintained.
Price at th F. & M. Store.
Psnufromti 60 to 13 00.
Ulster from 7 H to 17 00.
RerersiMe vcrcrau fmmtM 00 to f 17 00.
IW'Vt Suit frum (4 73 to (10 00.
All good, marked iu plain figure at th.
F.ii Ctnin JJtore.
Kdirc is Dcbiorv
A 1 persons indebted to Bo Rush for
blsckuoithiug, will pleat call at tlie offic
of O. B. Donia sod settl. their sc-connts.
Eogen Citjr, Oct-, 16, ISSO.
Notice to Tax-Paver..
VOL' will pleas tax notice that the si
sessmrot rIl it now iu my hsods; that tl.e
taxes are due, ami that I am ready to receive
ml receipt for tli same. Delinquent will
consult their own interest by makinj iinme
J M Shillzt.
Sheriff sad Tax Collector for Lane Co, Or.
Coots, Shoes, Etc.
Fruit Tree3 and Shrub
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Fruit Trees and Shrubberr can be supplied
at NURSERY 1'KICKM in Etwene Ci'.r, by
ItatiM tiiKir order with
J. II D. HENDERSON',
Agent for Wallinjj Bros.
T O Hendricks bas just received larr
lot of boots, shoe, slippers, ovenboei. etc.,
etc., wbicb be offers for sale. This is th
largest bill of this kind of goods that bas
beea brought here this season, the cnet
amounting to oyer 4, 000. He bas eyery
ttyla and variety on hand, an I cau suit all
customers. Ladies wear s speciality.
Reward of Merit.
Th Oregon Kidney Tea ha beea swarded
two medals by the Orejou Stat Ag-ioultnral
Society the tint of bronze and the ;coih1
of gold, the difference in the vain of the
two indicating the increase in the esteem of
the community which year' trial of the
remedy bas induced. For all dieease of the
kidneys end urinary organs it i nusurjantd.
Doa't fail to try it. Auk yur drogyrt for it.
A C'ons,h, Cold or Koro Throat
abubld le stopped. Neglect frequently result
la an laenrable Lung- Disease or Con
aamptlon. BUOW.V9 BIIONCIIIAL
1KO lll:sare certain to dye relief In
Asthma Uroneliltl, roughs, Catarrh,
Consumptive and Throat Diseases.
For 30 pears the Trochee have been reoum-
mended by physicians, and always give per
fect satisfaction. Tliey art nut new or un
tried but bavins been tested bv wide and eou-
taut tse fur marly an entire veneration, thev
have attained well merited rank unions the few
staple remedies of the aye. I'ublic Mix-aii-
l and Hinder uw them to clear and
stren'-rthen the Voice. .Sold at 25 ctnta a box
"IOTIIEH9 I jnoTium!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rcbt by Bick child lulT. riiig and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth ? If
w, go at once ami get s bottle of MRS.
WIXSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP. I
will relieve the poor little sufTurer iiuim-dintoly
-depend upon it; there it no mistake about
There it not mother on earth whit has eve r
used it, who will not tell you nt mice that it
will regulate the bowel, antl give rest to tl.e
mother, and relief and health ti the child. u-
erating like uiagiu. It is jierfectly safe to ute
in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is
tho prescript! m of one of the oldest and best
male pliveirfans and nurses in the United
States. Hole everywhere. 25 cent a bottle.
Mr. O. Brownson ban leased the Bclknan
Springs mi the McKonzie river, and is now
prepared to receive visitors. The.se springs
are famed forth medicinal properties of thu
water, and as they are situated in the midst
f betutiful scenery, and line hunting, anil
finhiug grounds, promise to become a noted
resort. Theipring are situated C2 miles
e.-ut of Kugenc, and C miles from the Mc
To all who are stifferiug from the errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, iocs oi maiinoou, .ve., 1 will send a re
cine and will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE.
This great rennjiiy was discovered by a mission
ary in South Amsrico. Seud a self-addreiHed
envelope to Rev. JusithT. Injias, Station 1),
Ne,w York City.
HENRY W. SMITH iCO'S
HENRY W. SMITH t CO.
Kenton County, 6th Dist Kentucky.
252 & 254 West Third St
The alxive whiskey has taken a lar?e run east
and is reoBimenelliythe m.'uiv.d farWty for
nieillilnal family iiirpo.ies lor sale by all druggist
grocers ny tnegalon case.
F. M. WiLKiNs.Solesgent, Eujene City.
w III I
Smothers Llo ord TLysiclass
IT 13 HCT RAHCOTi:.
, m.'1 JS- ' 'f"j i spsss.says.
. w-.a,.-a. ...-.ryr-.Y j IJ
tlio "World's prcat Pain-Kc-Ilcvlngf
i;ootliO aud euro Burn:!,
'Vounds, "Week Back nnd
IZheumutism ;ou Jlau, and
Sprains, Calls cud Lameness
.r.poa Coasts. Cheap, quicls
Official role bj ftiuailn.
A Good Ihlng.
German Syrup ia the special iircioiipti. n of
iJr. A. l.oscliec, a celebrated German l'h.vni
cian, and is acknowledged to be one of the niot
fortuniite discoveries in Medicine. It onicklv
cures t'uuglis. Cold land all Lung troubles, ot
the severest nature, removing, aa ii does, the
cause of the auction and leaving the part, in
a strong and healthy condition. It i. not an
experimental medicine, but has stood the test
of years, giving satisfaction in every case,
which its rniiidly Increasing sale every season
confirms. Two million liottlei sold annually.
Iteware oi medicine of .imilar names, lately
IntrOtlllPMil IUmioIima'm fl.irm.in u .
ol,r duceil in the United States in 18l, and i. now
Mid in every town and village in the civilized
world. Thre. doses will relieve any oi Jinary
cough. Trie. 7i cent. Sample bottle, 10
Jackson.. ,, ,. 743
We have th
which will not
vsry more than
IU by th oUi-
cial count :
ltanton maj. , ;.45
Garfield. Hancock. Weaver.
I wish Everybody to Know
Kev. Georpe li. liiayui, an old citizen of
this vicinity known to every one a. n most in
fluenti.il citizen, ami Christian Minister of the
M. & Church junt this momeut tpiied in our
store to say. "I wish everybody to know that
I consider that both myself an I wife owe our
live, to Miiluh's Consumptive Cure." It is
having a tremendous sale over our counters
and is giving jierfect satisfaction In all case, of
Lung lMscases, such as nothing vise ha. done,
llourbon. lud, May 15, 187.
c , . i , ')n" Matchett & France
Stdd by Osburn k Co.. l)ruggita,
EPURT3 t! Clzznui-'iZ t:ucn,
fjaadeu, CracLLU; Psuas la do
Hoatl, Tetld Croath, EoaSnots,
find asy Catarrhal Complaint,
ecn to exterminated hj Vcl Co
Iloyer.'a Catarrh Cure, a Consti
tutional Antidote, hy Ab.orp
tloa . Tho mart Imriovtant Eis
covory sinoo Vaccination.
HIDE AND FUR CO.
Brinff your EKES AND FURS
Wliere-thn lTTMlFST TIT J P tsvt
F RICE in i
Will U paid for all kinds of
FURS, HIDES AND
New Departure ! !
OjauSS: AXD C212SX3C,T,
PATHOXIZE THE MtX WHO HELP T BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AX
Sf HUOI. HOUSES, whose interests are vour interest. 1 Are iwruiiuientlv t-tA J
spend their profits at borne. Take notice that.
A V PETERS,
Will .ell goods for CASH at greatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORK.
Bc3t Print, lb and 18 yards $1 00
Best Crown and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clark, snd Brook, .pool cotton 7.1 cts jer Dor.
PLvu nnd Milled Flrnnels, 23, 3.";: 45 nd 50
Water Proof, cents.
Fine White Shirts, 75 ct. and ?L
And a!l Other Coeds at Prcoortionate Rates.
AL.0 th. Celebrated
AVHITK K ArING MACHINE !
(Aone better for strength, size, and durability), At greatly reduced rates.
'liST To my old Cui:ium--n, who hsve stood uy me so lon-r, I wiH conti
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 cU snd tL
Xew Assortment Dres. Good. (Ns Trash) 15l
20 and 25 cts.
Men.' Underwear, Shirt, and Drawer, M ct.
Mens' Overnhirts, 75 cU. and fL
Mens Ovt rulk, 50, Co, 75 cU and tl.
Embroideries and LMina at Fabulous L
mutintl tf ajill An
i si heretofore on tims. but if nt any time thev wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
, as to all others, the full credit ot uiy reduction. A. V. FETEKS
S. H. FRIENDLY.
HAS USt OPEN'ED FOlt THE PKIXG AXD SUMMER TRADE
THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BROUGHT TO EUGENE.
J. B. Rhinehart ba. been appointed agent
of the Springtleld Mill Co. He can oiler
batter figure, for Lumber now than ever In-.
fore. All kinds of buildiui? lumber d.ilirn-l on tha nnrvAranlma nnrl
r. t I VVII1VI O CJ I I U W
Causing; Chills and Fover
mlttent and Typhoid Fevors,
Dillousnoss, Liver, Stomach,
and Kidney disorders, and
Ing tho health and lives of
millions, is driven out of tho
system, and radically cured
by the use of tho LION MA
LARIA AND LIVER PAD and
CANCLIONIC BODY AND
est and only perfect treat
ment by the Absorption prin
ciple. Tho Plasters actlncr in
conjunction with tho Pad up
on short notim and at verv low iitnr
Doa't fail to .re Rhinehart before ordering
elsewhere. We propose to sell lumber, and
dou't forgot it.
mote partsof thobedv. Inab-
Borblng and thoroughly rid
dingth system from MALA
The wholo treatment, PAD,
CODY PLASTER and FOOT
PLASTERS, all combined,
Uuderwood Bros, are rcprcsentinj; four of
th most Domil.ir and r.diulm I
Garfield's plurality over Hancock, 61(1
Ko return bay beea rocsived from Curry
which is ..timatsd tie.
al L't.ion, of Loudoni HambergA Hie
of liamberg; reirosenting a capital of
rw.wu.msj po IU com. "Don't t-n it
till th i horse is stolen before you lovk tSs
Tlie largest stock of Picture Frame, in th
rlty just received from Chicago of all aim.
to be had at the LX. L Store. '
crea, ana a positivo euro
f guaranteed if worn accord
ng to directions. Renvsm
ber, Pad, Body Piaster and
Foot Plastors, tho whole,
$I.OO. Sold by all druggists,
or mailed on receipt of price
TH7 I irM rrrniM.fr rr
B.w.v IllUUIbllU VVSJ '
NEW YORK. -l
OUR STO( K OF
C Li OT HING
Has ben lurgely increued and we cau .bow .
naaUitome a line of ready made gotnls iu
MEN'S AXD UOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRF.S3 SUITS
As can be found in tha country, and at rriecs'
...UK lUMUMb I.IF SUllHiy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
well failed with a sdihikIi.I
ieauing etyie. and Jaeluonable shade, of goods.
tainiliSS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS.
laid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colore.'
5Ieachel & Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' And Gens( Underwear
SAjjWLS and SCAUiAS- j
Trunks and Trevellug Satchels,
HATS and CAPS in th. leadiag Stylts.
OILCLOTHS for floor and table sm.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I We world eall special attention to our stock
Mens' and Hoys' San Francisco Boots,
! Which we have sold for a number of yeartwitk
igreat satisfaction. Every pair warranted,
j A complete stock of
IIARDWAItE, PLOWS AND FAKMIX
CHOICE TEAS. CANNED GOOD
And all choice FAMILY GROCIRll.
astonishingly low rates.
(LIVERPOOL 4 CARMEN ISLAND SALT
Highest price for all kind, of produce sad
s ii. na i:dly.
Robinson & Church,
S1IELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
HeslSelected Stock in OregoL
HAVE FOR sals
at th. LOWEST
We invite an exam
(nation of eur goeda.
oonRdent that eur
btock will suit th
HAS ON HAND AND MANUFACTURES
HACK AND SPRiG WAGONS,
I em Prepared to Make to crcrugfes and Wagons.
As My Facilities arc equal to any Establishment in the State,
can demise b Finns li-tlii$ Wtik in ti) respect