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CITY AND COUNTY
Th Udabu olllo U new Lxatted (a tht
building acros thttreet from iti former
quartan. VV cannot tend oat bill this
week m proiuUxl in our last, but will have
them in our next weue. ,
Adyertiie yoor holiJay good.
Congress assewllod last Monday.
A new lot of Kid Clove at F. B. Dunn's.
Tbtre will be a Christina tree at biuslav
If jrou wish to buy good cheap call at
8 H Friendly'.
A new sidewalk has been built aronud the
Highest cash price paid fur wheat by
Rosenblatt x Co. ,
A Christmas tree at the Cumberland Pres-
Call and see that large stock of goods for
sale at Friendly'.
The Social Club gave their regular daHce
Warm pleasaut weather, which gives the
grans a chance to grow..
r The county jail yard aud court house
yard have been refctictd.
The new butcher shop belonging to Witter
A McFarland is iu operation..
; For good deutistiy at reasonable figure go
to Dr, Davia, over Grange store.
The University societies are havingja neat
buck case, built at a cost of about $85.
Silver Flated Ware A complete assort
ment; alt. new styles, at Craiii Bros.
Re Friendly ' new "ad." He proposes to
clear out stock at greatly reduced price.
S H Frieudly tell cheap for cash boots,
slice clothing, hats, caps fancy goods, etc
It Q Callinon ha moved his grocery store
into the building adjoining Friundly's store.
A new lot of brocade dreia goods, perfect
bautiee, at F B Dunn's for 15 cents ter yard
Pork buyer are paying from 6 to i cents
per pound fur pork net, and from 4 t 4J
Mr. F. B. Dunn wishes to iuform the far
mers that he will psy the highest market
price for wheat.
You can buy a uice geutcel hat for $1, and
pair of calf boots fur ft, at F. B. Dunn'.
Go aud see hint.
Billy Renshaw can now write father aftfi
bis name. ' It is a healthy child one day ok',
and U of the female persuasion.
Ahrami Br.is have sold the foundry to C C
Cherry, of Albany, to which place all the
machinery will soon be moved.
Common Council moots next Monday.
Will they take any steps t.i procure protoi
tiou from lire ! We lmpe they will.
(lei.rge Corner, and Hubert Blair are en
guyed in trapping for beaver in this vicinity.
They have cuught quite a large number.
Mr 3 II Frioii.Uy will p:iy the liij;liet
ch market price for wheat. Give hi.ii a
call before selling your rain elsewhere.
A gentleman de fires t exchange 182 acres of
laud in Missouri, fur land in this locality.
Thorapiun and Bean are his agents. S;e their
d in this inane.
Renshaw k McCornack are buying and
curing large quautitios of pork. On Thurs
day they cut up fifty hng, which they
bought ef the Springfield Mill Co.
The Portland Oregonian has reached the
resectable and staid old age of thirty years.
It i an enterprising paper and justly de
serves the success it has attained.
Go and see that large stock of goods just
received at VIendrick's before purchasing else
where. The best stock of mons clothing and
furnishing goods at prices to suit the times.
Business men should not forget that
blank notes, bill-heads, statements, letter
heads, and every description of commercial
priuting are neatly and promptly executed
at the Gcard olhc.
Don't you forget that all who have tried
the Durkce Woven Wire Mattress accord it
the highest praise, Petfectly clean, noire
less, and durable. E J McClanahan is the
aole agent for Lane county.
Rosenblatt & Co desiring to close out
their business gives notice that they will sell
below cost until December, when the goods
romaining w ill be closed out at forced sales.
Com early and secure bargains.
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One of the leading merchants of the city,
furnishes the following market repot t:
Wheat-71 ct f bushel,
Oats 300.35 bushel
Flour-$$ V bbL
Lard-15 eta V lb.
Eggs 37i cts V dor.
Dried Apple 8 cts 1? lb.
Dried Plums 121 cU ? tb-Buttcr-25(S
30 cU V ft.
Lecture. Dr A Sharpies will deliver
lecture for the benefit of the Laureau and
Eutaxian Library Fund, of the State Uni
versity, next Saturday eveuing. He has se
lected fur the subject of his letture, "The
Vision of Mixra." A small admissiou fee
will be charged.
Mattress. E. J. McClauahan is agent
for this city for Durkee Woven Wire Mat
tress. The most perfect bed ever manu
factnred. Elastic, noiseless, clean and dura
ble. Every bed warranted. The chef pest
bed ever sold
Died. Andrew Berger, a pauper, died
last Sunday near Springfield. He hd
trusted hi children with his property, and
in return was thrust out upon the charity of
the col 1 world.
Picture Frames An immense stock and
cheap at Grain Bros
Cottage Grove Item.
FROM OCR KmuL CORKEaroKDEST.
Cottaui Grove, Duo. C, 18S0.
On year ago to day the wo.li out was her
and high floods.
The aidewalk to the depot is still non est.
I am told it will be fiui.hoj by next Ceuten
uial. Jack Knowlton, our worthy mail carrier
has been carrying mail for three year and
never missed a connection with trains:
Cottage Grove now ha a telegraph office,
railroad ollije, Wells, Fargo k Co. express
otliee, post ollice, aud it should be a money
order elliee also.
The school under the management of Miss
Nettie MvCoruavk, tvachor, is progressing
nicely, and patrons and pupils spukk high iu
her praise as preceptor. Sixty pupils are
Last Wednosday the school house caught
fir from a defective flue. A few pails of
water toon put a quietus to the fire and ex
citement, and the s- l.ool soon went to
Anyone not often viaiting this villuge will
be surprised at its growth during last Sum
mer and Fall. There have been eight dwel
lings erected. The residonves of Campbell
Chrismun, Frank Whipple and Robert
Carey would speak well fur even a larger
During the past season E W Wbinplo 4
Bro built a largo grain warehouse at the
railroad switch. I am informed they stored
3(1,000 bushels. Lurch Bros and the Far
mer Warehouse Co. have warehouse also,
but the amount they stored this Winter I
am not yet informed, but it run up in the
Since the railroad company established an
office at this point, the publio have made
good uo of the accommodation, and feel
grateful to said company. It was needed
heie year ago, but it is better late than
uever. Rumors are that the railroad com
pany will build a dojxit for passengers aud
freight at the switch, and we hope that they
may, as passengers need a shelter at the
switch. In Winter months a waiting room
with a good warm room to sitin till trains
come, would bo pleasaut to thoso conte re
George McGowan has moved bis variety
store ou the corner were Carey's blacksmith
shop was, and Carey has built a new one
across the street opposite. Harris Hazlcton
has neat wagon shop adjniuing. Currau
Oaburn moves in the even tenor of his way
a of yore. Drs. Wright and Wynn have a
neat rfiice south of Whipple's store. Wo
hive two hotels now, Wharton and Walker.
The tin aSnp of Snodgrass seems to prosier,
.lso the harness shop of Scott Chriiman.
Plenty of miu and mud.
James Storling was iu tuwg lost Monday.
Sh"ri(T Shelly vtai in town ouo day this
week, culling on the taxpayers of this phi en.
It was reported thiit throe wedding took
place on hut Sund-iy in this pl ice, hut, to
our sorrow, it lias proven to he a mistake.
Four oar load f wheat was shippvd from
this place one day this week, being the only
whea' that has Wa suit and shipped front
this place during this season. Vox.
This organization met at the club rooms
list Saturday evening and held an interest
ing session. In recognition of the valuable
services of the Secretary, Jasper Stevens, a
medal was presented to him. The presenta
tion speech was made by Mr A W Stowell
aud was neat and pointed.
The ollicers of the club were re-elected as
follows: J W Johnson, President; J B Un
derwood, 1 Vice President; Jaspes Stevens,
Secretary; J 11 'McClung, Treasurer; J W
Johnson, J B Underwood, J C Church, E J
McClanahan, aud J R Campbell, Executive
It was decided that the club should en
gage in a match hunt to take place during
the holidays. M M Davi and John Bob;
ahuw were chosen captains- The captains
have not yet cho3on their sides. Eagle and
skunk were stricken from the list of
points. The members of the club anticipate
a grand lime. A fiuo supper will coucludo
the sport of the day.
Grand Concert. A grand concert, un
der the leadership of Miss May Hannon, is
in courso of preparation, to be given at the
M E Church next Friday evening. A large
and varied Dronramme will be presented,
and as the principal musical talent uf the
city is engaged, a treat may be expccteU.
Vocal and instrumental 'music, recitations
and songs in costume, will be rendered. Ad
mission 50 cents, reserved scat 75 cents.
Tickots for sale at Wilkiu's drug store, F B
Dunn's, and at Craiu music (tore. Per
formance to commence at 7:30 o'clock.
Heavy Snow. The mail carrier on the
McKenxie mail route, reports an extremely
heavy fall of snow across the summit in
Wasco couuty. At Camp Polk five feet of
snow bad fallen. From all the information
he could obtaiu the whole couutry is cov
ered by at least eighteen inches of snow
while in many place the depth is greater.
Should no thaw take place soon a great loss
of stock will result Only one foot of snow
ha fallen at McKouxie Bridge in this
Officers Elm-ted. At a stated meeting
of Eugene Ledge, No. 15, A 0 U W, Thurs
day evening, Decetulier 9, 18S0. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensuing
year: F W Onhura. P M W; John M Sloan,
M W; D C Underwood, O F; A C Briggi, O;
II M Sloan, Rftcorder; F B Dunn, Receiver;
Geo B Dorris, Financier; C A Davis, G; C F
Johnson. 8 Wj Jaines ,F Waruick, 0 W;
James McClann, Trait e.
Jcst Received- -The largest stock of jew
elry ever brought to Eugene at Crain Bros.
A eorresiouJout of the Oregonian give
the following account of the accidental death
of Duncan McNeil at Comstock's Station;
"A aad accident occurred at this idace. re
suiting in the death of Duncan McNeil, a
man employed by Mr. J. A. Griggs a a man
of ull work. Duncan was engaged iu driv
ing a team of horses at the time of the acci
dent. The burse became frightened at
something aud started to run, uncoupling
the wagun. In aomo manner, it is not
known just bow, he became entangled in one
of the traces, aud was drawn over the frozen
ground a distance of about 150 yards, break
: i i . ..
ing ins nucK, several nu ami cutting bun
about the head and face. Ho was removed
to a house near by, but was dead before any
oue could reach him, probably lieius killed
instantly when tht horses started. Deceased
was alnrat 53 year of age, a uative of Glu
gow, Scot laud. lie ha no relative iu this
country, but will be given a Christian burial
by las friends bore. He was respected bv
all who knew him and had no enemies.
There were three children iu the wagon at
the time of the accident, but fortuately they
were thrown eut uuinjured."
L G Jackson, of Oakland, is in the city.
L Bettman, of Dallas, is here visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mr H C Humphrey spent several day in
remand this week.
C. D. Onburn and J F Walker, of Cottage
drove, were in our city this week.
Mr. James Evans, Register of the land office
at Lakeview. has been her lately visiting his
many friends. He left for his home, via San
Francisco, last Monday,
A Good Pass. -Major Scars and party, in
the employ of the Oregon Railway Company
Limited, who have beeu engaged in runuiug
trial surveys across the Cascade Mountains
through the passes formed by the Middle
Furk of the Willamette river, have com
plutvd their labor and rcturuod to the valley.
They report the discovery of a splendid
route up the Nurth Fork of the Middle Fork.
The grades are easy aud the line direct. We
feul coufident from what we have heard that
this route will be finally selected as the most
practicable. As soon next Spring as the
snow will permit, a thorough survoy will be
Officer Elected. The Iaurens elected
the following officers at their meeting, Friday
evening, December 3d: President, W T &later,
of Union county; Vice President, G E Bush
null, of Lane; Secretary, J L Whitney, of
Lane; Assistant Secretary, E M Bailey, of
Lane; Treasurer, L F Wooley, f BeLton; Ed
Iter, C A Woodtly, of Linn; Censor, A C
Woodcock, of Wasco; Sergeaut-at-Aruis, R F
Reasoner, of Beiitou.
Bound Over. MI'S U Spencer, who was
arrested for killiug a horse belonging to Sam
uel Mutdt, appeared before J It Compboll,
J V, .MuiiUuy, waived an examination, and
wm placed under V-W bond to appeur be
tore tlio next I'utuit Court. The bonds
were pro;:jplly iui'.ushed, S 11 Friendly aud
i.'hiu'ics i.iuer heco.i.iug sureties.
Co.sciiiU' A Mimical aud Literary Con'
curl iwu be givtu a Uine's Hall, this, Sat
uiduy evening, lur the benclit of the Buptist
Cuuich. Au interesting programme has
beeu prepared for the occasion.
Returned. Messrs 11 C Perkins and
Charles iVhiteuker, agents for the SUto for
selecting swamp laud, have returned from
Luke county where they were engaged dur
ing the Summer.
Bo iu Boys. J J Walton Jr and G Bott
niau present smiling countenances. The
new arrivals aro boys, aud, with the old
men, are doing as well as could bo expected.
I'omcn v Grange. Land Couuty Pomona
Grange will meet in in Eugene City on the
third Wednesday, the 15th of December, for
the election of ollicers.
New Years Cards. We shall shortly
have on hand, at the Guard Office, asplen-
diil assortmeut of New Years curds. Call
and examine tainple.
AssEssi.Nii. J B Uuderwood, school clerk
of this school district has commenced the
work of assessing the district. He expects
to finish this week.
To be Sold at Auction, Saturduy, Dec. IS,
a 2 o'clock P. M., all my household furniture:
bureaus, chain", Ubla, stoves, Ac not pre
viously disposed of at private said. Also, for
sale, horse, harness and a four spring oen
carriage, with both shafts and pole. Horse is
good under die saddle or in harness. Property
can be seen at Mrs. Norris Humphrey's former
residence, 71 Willamette sreett.
T. M. Gatch.
Holiday Goods. Just received, a beauti-
f u 1 line of Holiday G coda. Call and examiue
our stock. No trouble to show goods.
All, 'persons indebted to R. 0. Callisnn
MUST call and settle their account by the
1st day of January, 1880. He will be found
next door to S. H. Friendly.
A. Lynch calls upon all who aro indebted
to him to come forward and settle up.
Those who delay are likely to cause them
selves trouble, a he is determined to square
up hi books for the new year,
Beady For Itnuineu.
Mr Frank, Rankin has refitted Jaeksou's
photographic gallery aud is ready for busi
Ail kiu.ls of photographs aud picture taken
in th best style and at cheap rates.
J P Thompson, piano tuner and rrpairer
for D W Pientice k Co, is in town. All or
d v left with Craiu Bros will be piumptly at
1 tended to.
Stop a Moment and Read This-
Look at this list of good just received at
the Farmers and Mechauic Clothing Store.
Sacque Suit from $10 to f 17.
Scotch tocque or frock suit from f 12 00
Sacque or frock diagonal suit from $1360
Broadcloth coat and vest, diagonal,
Prince Albert coat aud vests. Just th
thing for Holiday present.
Several new line of overcoat, reversible
and ulsters, all grade and price, from $7 60
Derby shirt, lecktios and the finest line of
neckwear in the city.
New hats aud caps, wool scarfs and
10 diflereut style ef underwear, all grade
The beit stock of silk and linen handker
chiefs, hosiery, &c, for the holiday, in the
Latest stylo of hats $1 to $3 50. Cap
from $1 to $1 2 j. Boy hats and cap.
The best liue of pants pattern and suit
in the city. Cashmere, Diagonal, Scotch
aud Amcricui doth. Suits made to order
from $30 up.
Pants made to order from $S SO up! Dark
gray Oregon cashmere anU, $3. All wool
pant 4 CO $4 73, (o, $3 50, $ti. PauU$l 73,
$2 50, $3 50. Overalls 50 cents, 73 cents,
$1, $1 L'3. Diagonal punt from $5 to $S.
The only Gent Furnishing good store iu
Eugene City. Clothing cut for anybody.
All goods marked in plain figures, and
strictly one cash price for all.
Call and examiue our goods before buying
Farmers k Mechanics Store,
It J. GRAHAM, Manager.
Fire! Fire! Fire!
B C Pennington wants every on he has ac
counts with to come forward and pay up. If
you have uot got the money go and borrow it,
for 1 have bills to pay ami cannot pay without
money, A word to tne wise is sufficient.
Don't ileluy. B. C. Penninuton.
We will pay the highest markot price for
pork iu cash.
Notice to Debtors.
All persons indebted' to Ben Rush for
bbeksmithing, will please call at the office
of G. B. Dorris and settle their accounts.
Eugene City, Oct-, 1G, 1880.
Boots, Shoes, Etc.
T G Hendricks has just received a large
lot of boots, shoos, slippers, overshoes, etc.,
etc., which he aflers for sale. This is the
largest bill of this kind of goods that has
been brought here this season, the cost
amounting to oyor $4,000. He has eyery
stylo and variety ou hand, and can suit all
customers. Ladies wear a speciality.
No Further Delay.
It is impossible to extend time on notes
aud accounts due Robinson & Church. Their
attorneys will be found attending to that
part of their business after Jan. 1st.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
YOU will please take notice that the as
sessment rjll is now in my hands; that the
taxes are due, and that I am ready to rcceiv
and receipt for the ame. Delinquent will
consult their own interest by making imme
J HI miELLKY.
Sheriff and Tax Collector for Lane Co, Or.
I wish Everybody to Know.
T!ev. liuorca 11. iliaver. an old citizen of
this Vicinity known to every one as a most m
miential citizun, and Christian Minister of the
M l' I 'Imrrli limt tliia moment stomicd in our
store to say. "I wish everybody to know that
I consider that botli myseii ana wue owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumptive Cure." It is
huvinir a tremendous sale over our counters
and is giving perfect satisfaction iu all oases of
Lun Diseases, sucli asnotnini; cue nas uone.
iiourlwn. liul, way lit, iie.
Drs. Matchett k Frano
Sold hy Osbiirn k Co.. DniKtfists.
Mits. Wll. TlAPCTT. Owaseo. N. Y.. ssys t
I have worn an improved Excelsior Kidney
X tWI BIA'UU Ullow WraMi ..w.v
Aelief from it f"r pain in the back See Adv.
J. N. Beck, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My
father, before wearing the "Only Lung Pad, '
Oould not sleep niglll on accoiiin vi mm
l.nt riiin-liitu'. since wearinir it he has sleit
soundly every night See Adv.
TTniWirnnd Brns. are reDresentinff four of
the most popular and rcliabe Insurance
Companies on this Coast to-wit Connetient
of Hartford; New Zealand, of Aukland; Cora-
mermal Union, nf Iindon! Hamberffet Bre
men of Hamberg; representing a capital of
over $-.'9,000,000 gold coin. "Don't wait
ill the horse is stolen Deior yon iock tie
We have lust received trom the Eastern
factory, direct, a large stock of window
shade and wall paper ; among the latter are
many very pretty styles embracing Grained
l'anorls, Kmlosed, (Jilt and Lac Patterns,
Satin and Common Blanks, all of which
w sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
paper. F. B. DUNN.
So Yost Believe It.
That in this town ther are so ires of persons
passing our store every day whose lives are
mail miserable by Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Bour and dutremwi Stomach, Liver Coiuoliint,
Constiwtion, when for 75 cts. we will sell them
Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure them
skld by Unburn 4 Co., Druggist.
We CKaUeaee the We rid.
When w say we believe, we have evidence
to rov that MjiUh's Consumption Cere is de
eiiieilly the brat Lung Medicine nisvle, in m
much as it will cure a common Chronic Cough
in one-half the time ant reliev Asthma, Bron
chitis, Whooping diwjh. Croup, and iliow
mors cases of Coiwimjptiitn cored than all oth
ers. It will eur whrre they fail, It is pleasant
U take, harmless to th ymingent child and w
guarantee what w say. i'nee, 10 eta., au uU.
tad L If your Lum.ni ars sore, Cbmt r ft:k
me une .Mulch's 1'orous Plaster. Sold by
Osburn 1 Co., Drugt-kU.
But Call early and
low is the Time
To Buy Your
Great reduction in
prices of our entire
Stock of Goods.
SILK RAN KERCHIEFS Greatly Reduced.
SILK SATIN CASIIMBRES
v Cloaks and Dolmans
And all our other GOODS
To the Lowest Cash Prices,
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
IN EUGENE CITY
For the Holidays.
Everybody that buys over $2 60 worth of
Goods will receive a nice Christmas Present. Be
sure and come for it before the Holidays, and
I, A. L.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Are closing out their
in Eugene City, and ofer 'for the next 90
CLOSING OUT PRICES I
As one of the partner's will withdraw
ROSENBLATT & CO, Eugene City.
17" All who kaow themselves in debt to the above firm on
account or Sole, will please settle by the firs- of Dccanh&r
II , II
well known business