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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1881)
Strwherrie r plentiful.
m notice to ikcep men in anotbercolumn
Straw hat for Summer wear for sale at Hen
dricks'. ft new GtJAlti) building is Bearing com
get advertisement to bridge boildere in
If yon wiab to boy goodi cheap call at
A H Friendly a.
and aee that Urge etock of goods for
nJe at Friendly'.
For good den tit try at reasonable figures go
to Dr. Davis, over lrauge store.
Something new laae kid gloves at S. H.
Friendly'- Call and examine them.
Silver Flated Ware A complete assort
gient; AU. "ew btylw, at Crain Bros.
S H Friendly ell cheap for caeh boots,
thee clothing, bate, cap fancy goods, etc.
j X Winter ii still making life-like Card
tod Cabinet Photographs. Go and see them-
Kjv. Mr. McLaflerty discourses to stu
dents at 5 P. M., to-morrow, at the Baptist
Mr. Geo. W. Kinney has several new hacks
and buggies, which be will sell very cheap. See
Frank Rankin executes all photographic
work with neatness. Cull and examine
ismples f bis work.
The new sidewalk on Willamette street,
between Hunt's shoe shop and Rankin's
earner, is completed.
Money to loan, any quantity, on long time,
tad reasonable terms. Inquire of Judge Wal
ton, room No. 4, over Grange Store.
MrS H Friendly will pay the highest
cash market price for wheat. Give him a
call before selling your grain elsewhere.
Elder S. Monroe Hubbard will preach in
the Christian Church of this city, next Sun
day, morning and evening. Alliuvited.
Stratton t Harrington intends moving
their branch store from Medical Like to
Cheney, the county teat of Spokan county,
W T, this Summer,
Co and see that large stock of . goods just
received at Hendrick's before purchasing else
where. The best stock of mens clothing and
nrnishing goods at prices to suit the times.
A Republican, who lives a few miles from
this city, has had a negro hired f jr a short
time, but soon misted several articles, and at
last the colored man got away with a con
siderable amount of stationery, when the
Republican took a pistol and bulldozed the
negro into telling where he had it secreted.
Mrs. D. F. Smith.
This accomplished lady will give two
readings at the M. E. Church next Thursday
nd Friday evenings, for tho benefit of that
church. There will bo an entire change of
programme each evening. Mrs. S. needs no
recommendation at out hands, as she is well
known in this city as a fine e ocutionist. A
ljrge audience should be in attendance. Ad
missiou, 25 cents; reserved seats, CO cents.
Tickets at Craiu's music store.
A Heavy Fall Johnny Ke'ly, one of
the postal route agents between Portland
and the Dalles, met with a very paiuful ac
cident at the Cascades oil Friday. He at
tempted to jump from one of the steamers
across to the other, which was lying along
side. Just as he was Lndiiig his bead came
in violent collision with protruding water
spout The blow cut his scalp slightly and
knocked him down. He fell to the deck, of
the boat, a distance of about ten feet, and it
is though fractured one of bis ribs. Since
the accident Mr Kelly has suffered consider
able pain in his side and back aud has been
unable to do anything.
Sraa Routes. Brady, who is connected
with Star rouJes, is responsible for the stealing
of about $8,000,000, The McKenxie route
from this place to Mitchell figures In the trans
action. This route was originally let for 52,408
weekly, then semi-weekly for 818,092, then tri
weekly for 521,400, J M Peck being the con
tractor; but he sub-contracted 11, for $7,200.
Large Fortune. We understand that
Mr. Jacob Spores, of this county, and father
of Matt Spores, the county commissioners,
has received letters from Germany informing
him that be is one of 40 heirs to au estate
valued at SS2.000.000. If this be true, the
old gentleman's share will be something over
Runaway. A team belouging to a Mr
Jeans, of Coyote, got frightened at the de
pot one day this week, and took a spin down
Willamette street as far as Heodrick s cor
ner, where they npset the wagou in turning
the corner. Curious to say nothing was
broken, although loadel with tombstones.
' Gkand Ball Tho Firemen of Eugene
City have decided to give a grand ball, on
the Fourth of July. B. C. Van Houten,
G. S. Kiucaid aud J. M. Hcndrick have
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arrangements. Further annonucement soon.
Oris ma. The yonng folks of the M. E.
Church are preparing to present an Operetta
from the "Mother Goose Melodies," in three
acts, to be given May 21st. There will also
be strawberries and cicam served, to those
wishing to partake.
Tbial J c lou. The following Lane
county people have been selected a trial
jurors in the U S Court at Portland: John
Stoop, of PiM4ut Hill; G W Biuebari, of
Creswull; H Smyth, of Long Tn.
La;. SAwcaT.-Mr Charles Laner
printed to u, a strawberry yesterday
which he raised from plant set out the hrt
of March that measured 4J by 5 inches.
Who eaa beat it ?
Maiiied. Ia Eageae City, Oregon, Uay
7. 1881, by J. R. Campbell, J. P., Dr. Win.
O.ko-t-i:- f h.. .11 nf Laae
Cock il Rooms,
EoheneCity, May 9, 1881.
Council met pursuant to ordinance.
Present Mayor nendrlcks; Conncilmen
Laner, Campbell, Johnson, Sloan, Peters
and Edris; Recorder and Marshal.
Minute of the last meeting read and
The finance committee reported that they
found the report of the various officer and
committee for the year ending April 11,
Finance committee reported the following
bills correct, and on motion, warrant were or
dered drawn on the treasury for tie several
Robinson k Church, $6 81)
B H James, $2;
L M A, ?1 93;
G H Stansbery, $j
J 1 Bellvail, 86;
K S Bean, 14;
. F B Dnnn, $14 17;
S D Coats, $3 75;
Springfield Mill Co, f32 27)
J K Campbell, $4;
Wm Durant, $22;
J S Sloan, $28;
II 0 Humphrey, $1 60.
Committee ou printing reported an agree
meut with the Guard and Journal at the
rate' of of $1 50 per square, each alternate
six months, which was accepted,
On motion the marshal was instructed to
clean up, or cause to be cleaned, the various
streets and alley qf tho city at the expense
of the property holders adjoining.
Tb following bill were presented and re
ferred to the finance committee:
Orrin Moore, $";
J L Rankin, $2;
J S Sloan, $10 12;
A S Patterson, $3 38;
J J Bellvail, $3;
S D Coats, 50 cU;
T G Hendricks, $4 66;
E H L Co, $3 75;
Win Durant, $5;
W F Lupoid, $2;
Sloan Bros, $4 50;
J Theimer, $50;
H C Humphrey, $3.
Ou motion the rules were suspended and
the bill of J Theimer wit ordernd paid.
Petition asking for establishment of certain
standard corners and the appointment of
City Surveyor, was on motion, referred to
the judiciary committee.
Orriu Moore was chosen Fire W arden for
the ensui ig year.
Ou motion t'.ie Recorder was instructed to
procure blanks and make an assessment of
property within the city in conformity to
the law passed at the last session of the
On motion the .narshal was instructed to
collect all delinquent tax by sale of prop
erty if necosjary.
On motion the Street Commissioner was
instructed to contract for lumber for use of
city for the next six months.
The matter of purchasing cart bclnngiug
ex-Marshal was referred to street committee.
Ou motion the Marshal was instrucied to
contract for all supplies for city use by
sealed bid to the lowest bidder.
On motion adjourned.
II. C. Humphrey, Recorder.
Celebration at Cottage Grove.
Cottage G rove, May 7, 1881.
In nursuance to call tho citizens of Cot
tage Grove met at the hotel to arrange for s
celebration on the coming Fourth.
It was decided to celebrate in a becoming
manner, and the following committees were
Arrangements-J II McFarland Sr, Scott
Chrisman, W Bcidler, J W Gowdy, A L Good
man, J McFarland Jr, G B Vanschoiak.
Fr.x.Tamme-G M McGowan, Aaron Lurch,
L IJ Wharton, F Whipple, C D Osburn.
lteception-E W Whipple, Ben Lurch, II H
Musie-A H Spare, Dr II Wright, O F
KInvitation-Dr Wynn, R Carey, N P Chris
man, O P Adms. Lee Koedelhejin, John
In a Trance.
r .ot Vri1v moruinz a week ago, shortly
.ffr 7 o'clock. Hon WH Odell, of Salem,
repaired to the railroad depot, intending to
.L !, fram for Portland. While waiting
r... he became very ill, and .decided
IVI v - ...
...... i,:. .;.ln((i. lie down awuile
to remru w
.A nnntnoue until the afternoon the con
templated trip. He succeeded in reaching
home and threw himself upon the bed where
he remained until Sunday morning, uncou-
.;.... ,.f what had transpired. n
.lone in the honse, the family and aomesuc.
K;B .beiit, and during his fifty-two
... I,, was to all iutcnt and purposes
a .J kr world. Lt Monday a ineuu
UUII v ,. Ml lit
t.h nlacc. and 1-an.iiig Mr. OJells
condition, kindly nursed him, and when the
alnni? had nun ku
Mrs. OJell, wuo was stonpu'M
The Piriaiw.-We take the following
fro... the Eugeu. crremdeuce to the Ore
,ooian: "lh Engne Guard with commen
dable energy, ba published much valuable
iuformation concerning the Sm.law river
conotry. There will bo a rush .f people
to thi put of Uue connty. this summer, at
aoonasa road is opened, as many of our
citizen, are preparing to locate on some of
the rich bottom land along the nver. In a
ih. Sinslaw will couiaio m
' . ,
f families as wi" .
r, r twenty miles from its mouth,
j , --jj. of admitting ve-ei. o.
irc" - , rim
I tooi capacity, and will veutoaJIy be 8"
ket for th. largest portion of Lane eoua-
ty prod act.
. . Aaooof MrBoyd.wbe
M 10 year, oil shot himself throng on.
i i,;. week. whil.
f hi fingers, -j -
Eugene will Celebrate.
A Grand Time Promised.
The Fourth of July meeting met pursuant
to adjournment, Tuesday eveuiug, May 10,
On motion J W Jackson was chosen Chair.
man, and J R Campbell. Secretary,
The following report was presented by the
Executive Committee, and on motion.
We your committee, appointed May 3d,
beg leave to report: That we have canvassed
the town and have obtaiued subscriptions to
the amount of $233 wbioh can probably be
increated to $250. We bave made the fol-
lowio estimates of the the probable cost of
celebrating the coming Fourth of July, ex
clusive of fire works.
Expense of procuring orator
W weuld recommend that the following
committees be sppoiuted to be under the
the supervision of the Executive Committee:
Committee en Speaker and Invitations
Hon R B Cochran, F B Dnnn, SH Friendly,
Grounds J W Jackson, E J McClanahaa,
Music J H McClung, James McClaren, J
Decoratiou of Liberty Car, etc Mrs 0 W
Fitch, Mrs L G Adair, Mrs H N Crain, Mrs
Ilanchett, Mrs Wm Edris.
Printing -I L Campbell, G S Eincaid, J M
All of which Is respectfully submitted.
F W Osbijrk,
A 8 Patterson,
J K Campbell,
Junction City Items.
from ouk special correspondent.
Junction, May, 14, 1881.
Krats & Waahburue are running their mill
night and day.
Two of the bridges ordered by the city
are completed, and work on the third ha
ceased for want of lumber.
Mr Jas and Henry Hoffman and families
wont to the springs this week; and the wife
of J W Brassfield returned from the samo
The calico ball given by J B Williams last
Thursday was a grand affair. Thirty couple
were in attendance. Good inusio aud a jolly
time were had.
Our enterprising essayist not finding
Junctstn large enough has adjourned to
Long Tom for developments, of which he is
sorely in need.
Mr Johnson is moving into his new rest
aurant, which when finished, win be a very
neat place; and under the efficient manage
ment of himwlf and wife, will be a credit to
Tho Blue Ribbon Club met last evening,
and a very good programme was presented,
though we would recommond to the mana
gers that they vary the exercises, and if pos
sible, change performers. It will releive the
monotony of things.
Mrs Welch, an old aud respectel resident
of Junction, died at the residence ot her
son, Dr Welch, in this city, ou Tuesday
night, from a stroke of paralysis, tone bail
had been tn invalid for some time, on account
of a former stroke. Her doath was caused
by a return of the disease
Never did a board fence answer a better
purpose than one in Junction,' on Monday,
viz: that of keeping separate two women,
who engaged In a ueighberly brawl, to the
infinite amusenmut and instruction ol tne
"small boy." who learned Home now 'by
words." We don't know the particular,
further than they gave each other particu
Col Joe Teal, of Portland, was in this city
Hi Smith, of Harrisburg, was in town one
day this week.
Messrs Geo S Washburne and B H Roach,
were in town this week.
Messrs J J Walton Jr and R S Bean have
been attending court thi week at Roseburtf.
We noticed the smilinl countenance of
Mr Aaron Lurch, of Cottage 'Jrove, in town
Mrs Jo A Campbell nee Milt Rotta Ca
tleman, of Portland, paid relative and friends
in Eugene a visit this week.
George Stowell, chief dra ughteman at the
Land Office in Portland, was in town
week visiting relatives and friends.
Mr T B Merry, formerly editor of the In
land Empire, is the capable freight clerk on
one of the O K k N Go's boats, running be
tween Portland and the Cascades.
Public School Entertainment
The entertainment given by the student
of the public school wae a complete uoce.
Standing room could not even be had. All
the scholars performed their allotted part
well Some fault was found on account of
some of the programme being left out, but we
can assure tbe parent that it was only because
the hour was so late, and the great difficulty
in finding tbe children in the large assem
blage. Prof. Righter sends us the following
which explains itself;
"The members of tbe Eugene City String
Band will please accept my thanks for tbe ex
cellent music they gratuitously furniihed us.
I with to meet the teachers aid pupils at tbe
public school building, at 1 o'clock P. M., May
21. 1881, at which time certificates of promo
tion will be issued to these entitled to them.
F. M. Biohteb, PrinciIJ.,
Milk rot Sale. By going for it you can
get milk el John Lenger for 15 cents per ga.
A column devoted to the Interest of the
Lauman and Kutaxian Literary Societies, and
th state university.
De-Etta Cogswell Editor
Wanted A revised edition of Livy.
The train passed by to-day as usual.
"Boy- bout time for a plcnio.
Two heinbogt are attending the Uuiveni
ty at present
The three sided question debated last Fri
day proved quite interesting.
Promiuent Eutaxiant have their taper fin
gore stained with strawberries this week.
We fear that the cabbage rose will fad
before eommeocmeut, though th heads flour
ish all year.
The bed of the mill raoe is the favorite re
sort el the serology olats, furnishing rare
specimens of aquatio animalia.
Is the University haunted by an evil
spirit f The uuusnal bavoo in the girls
dressing room indicates that it is.
Oo account of tbs frequent rain showers
this week, the swing has not been occupied
so regularly of atternnous.
Miss Carrie Cornolina, who ha been
teaching in the publiu school, ha returned
to ber bom near Turner.
Miss Kittie 8inith departed last Monday
morning for Boise City, L T., where she
will tpeud the Summer with her aunt, Mrs.
McCarty. Her many friend wish her a
pleasant visit and a speedy return among
Just be what you want to seem to be, and
you will nave leu annoyance, it is more
trouble to sustain two characters thau oue.
Don't think that you are deceiving people.
for they know just what you are. If you do
not pretend te be what you are not, you will
not lack friends, for truth Commands trust
Deceptions practiced are so contemptible
that your truer actious are partly covered.
No one cares for you as much as yon care
for yourself, and if you try to deceive your
self you lose your best friend, for with truth
of action goes self-respect
Juniors and Seniors are now engaged in
tho interesting study of the grand old Con
stitution, under whose wise provisions we
enjoy so perfect a liberty, that we scarcely
appreciate its value and are prone to forget
how much we owe to our forefathers for such
legacy. The text book in use is well
adapted to the wants of the class, discussing
the merits aud demerits of each clause sep
arately, giving the blessiugs conferred, and
evils averted by each. The daily discussion
arising between the members of the class
shows at once its mingled party spirit and
patriotism of those who may soon hold the
reius of government After finishing the
present treatise the class will take up our
State Constitution. A J UNloR.
The exercises in the auditorium last Fri
day were the last of the year. The follow
ing are the names 01 innse wuo wert un
duty: W I Vauter, declamation; Carrie Wal-
kfr, recitation; A G Courtney, declamation;
J M Neville, essay; Anna Fengra, recitation;
R F Reasoncr, declamation; Emma Bean,
recitation; Minnie Porter, essay; marioue
Robert, recitation. Although th exeroises
were short, they were interesting, so much
.. . .I M 'l l I... I
so, that evon tne x-resiueot reinaraau ou
Blue Ribbon Club.
There will be a meeting of the Blue Rib-
bon Club at the M E Church on uext Wed
nesday evening, at which time the following
programme will be rendered i
Recitation Miss Collier.
Song-Etta Hill and Louise Gray.
Recitation Mr. Beekman.
Song by the children.
As the club is behind with their rent and
wish to discontinue their meetings until Fall,
an admission of ten cents will be charged at
the door to liquidate the indebtedness.
Boot Foukd. The body ofThos Judklns,
son of E D Judklns, who was lost some time
since, was found Thursday last by Jo Pep
iotand a Mr Strange, about three mile from
the camp which he was lost from. The flesh
had all bn been eaten off the bones when the
Lodv was sound. Ons mapidous circumstance
was th. absence of his gun aud knife, wl.lch he
v.A wl,.n ha left camp. The two above
named parties will receive the reward of $100,
1000 Hoos Wanted. Kratit Washburne.
of Junction City, desire to purchase 1,000
head of hogs, such as will do to butcher this
coming wiuter. Cash paid down on all pur
lay l our Taxes.
A warrant against ths property both real
and personal of all delinquent taxpayers
baa been placed in my hands, wuitil I SHALL
proceed to execute, unless payment
made forthwith. This is my last notice,
J. M. Shelley, Sheriff and Tax
Collector for Lane County, Oregon
Rniineu men should not forcot that
nntea. bill-heads, statement, letter
!. and everv deacriution of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
at the ucard onice.
Te Millmen. Old type for babbit metal
for tale at this office.
apply to Dr.
-Hay and oats for sale cheap.
Pktube Fbajseh An immense stock and
cheap at Craie Kr
JcsT ItcEEIVED The largest stock of jew
elry r brenght to Eogeoe at Crsin pro-
Th 'i Lane County Sportsmen Club bar
i.iaU arrangomeuts for a picnio to be held
next Saturday, May 31 st, on the grounds
just west of Springfield, where the club held
their shooting match last Summer. Among
the attractions will be a grand glass ball
match, free for all Seven balls will be
thrown to each man from' a Catdt rotary
trsp, at 18 yards rise; entrance fee, 60 cts.
each. Three cash, prise. Other glass ball
shooting will follow, and it i expected that
a great many shots will be on hand and com
pete. A match rfame of base ball is talked
ol between the University and Oretswell
olubs, and will probably como off on th
ground. Th Cresswell Sportsmans Club,
will be Invited, and will participate in the
sport. Another interesting feature is a bai
ket dinner which will le taktn part in by
eld and young alike, and will be spread
promptly at 12. Numerous other pleasant
and interesting exercise will be arranged
during the week, and it U th aim of th
Club to make it a day of sport that no man,
women or child in the county can afford to
stay away from, and the oitisent especially
of Springfield, Goshen, Cresswell, Irving,
Coburg, with the entire Granger population,
are respectfully iuvited to attend. Members
of the Lane County Coyote Club are invited
and thry will not be barred from auy of the
shooting matches. Shooters, com well
supplied with ammunition, for several bar
rels of glass balls will be supplied. Don't
forget th date aud place, and don't forget
to attend, bringing your fowling piece, a
well filled bosket, aud your wife and chil
T. G. Heudricks has just received a large
lot of ladies' and gluts' scarfs, neckwear, 4o
Also clothing, dry goods, bat for Summer
wear, which be offers at seasonable price,
which he offers at reasonable price. Foster
kid glovr a speciality, a $1,000 worth of
them just arrived. Call and examine his
T G Hendricks has just received a fine lot
of tobaccos, including th Corksorew, Captain
Jack and Coruoob brands. Molrose cigarette
tobacco of fins quality. Call and examine his
Boots, Shoes, Etc.
T G Hcndrick has just received a largo
lot of boots, shoes, slippers, overshoes, etc.,
etc, which he offers for sale. This is the
largest bill of this kind of oods that has
been brought here this season, tho cost
amounting to oyer $4,000. Ho has cyerv
tylo and variety on Hand, ana can sun an
sustoiners. Ladies wear a speciality.
J. B. Itbinehart has been appointed agent
of th Springfield Mill Co. He can oiler
batter figures for Lumber now than ever be
fore. All kinds of building lumber delivered
abort notice and at very low tiinires.
Don't fail to soo Rhinejiart before ordering
elsewhuio. We propose to sell lumber, aim
don't forget it.
lluvo WlNtnr'n UalNiuii or Wild
lierrv always at hard. It cures Couulis,
Cnldii, Umnchitts, Vhn..pinjr C'onirh, Influenia,
Consumption, and all Throat and Complaint.
CO cents and 1 a bottle.
A Cous.li, Cold or Nore Throat
hoiild be stopped. Neglect frequently result
an lacurableLnngDUeaae or Con
sumption. BltOWN'S UIIONCIIIAI.
lltoniUSare certain to elre reiiefln
Aellima IsronchllU, Coughs, Calarrh,
Consumptive and Tbroat Disease.
For 30 pears the Troches have been recom
mended by physicians, and always give per
feet satisfaction. They are not new or un
tried but having been tested by wide and con
stant use for nearly an entire eiieratlon. they
have attained well merited rank amonifthe few
-.n,,i r.n, nf tin rl'm. Iublici Niteak-
PI aim SIIIIKSTS) use mem v Biuur uu
enirthen the olec. Sold at 2o cents a box
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SHOOTING CHILLS DOWN THE BACK.
Dull pain In the limbs, nausea, biliousness, are
symptoms of approaching fever and e'iie. Use
without delay llmtelter's Stomsch Bitters,
which substitutes lor tlie cniiiy sensanon ko'
niul warmth, refinlatoa the stomach and Im
,rt to tlia liver. The bowels, the stora
ach and ths biliary gland being restored to a
healthy condition, the disease 1 conrpiered at
th outset. .
The Peruvian Nl'rup has cured thous
ands who were sutlerinK from Dyeiia, De
kilitv. I.lvw Comnlaint. Boils, Humors, to
male Complaints, etc. i'nmphlt-U free to any
ddress. Both W t owle aim Hons, jiosmn.
DYSPErSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINT.
Is it not worth the small price of 75 cent to
Mn. f nf aveir svmntom ol tnese ais-
trawinu comnlaint", if you think so call at our
.,. .nil t a. bottle of Uhiloh s Vitalizer, sv
., iu.if.1. t.i tnriiiterf guarantee on it. neao
onrulnitiyana uue you "'
.. . I It !1 .1 . n..l U Ulll
you nothing. Soid by Osburn to.
T1aY.ii Tml m-vm Tt.
That In this town there are scores of persons
pausing our store every day whose lives are
mad miserable by InrtiResuon, iysip,
ioar and distressed Stomach, Liver Complaint,
Constipation, when for 75 eta. w will sell then
Shiloh's Vitaliser, guaranteed v cure me,
ANSWER THIS QUESTION.
Wl,. An ... m.n nimnla Wl B6S OTOUnU US,
f 11 wr - J -- - - .
nuU n .ntW and La mat e miserable
hv Indiirention. Constipation, Dizziness, Loss
of Amietite. Coming up of the rood, Yebow
sum when lor jueu.. w win ku ..vim un
- 1 1 1 ...11 l,m Mill.
ion's Vitalizer. guarantee.! to cure them.
Sold by Osburn ft t o., uiwkisi.
YOUNG CONQUEROR, JR.
I WILL STAND MY
horse. Young Con-
auerof. Jr., during the sea
son of 1881, as follows:
At my Residence-M OX
DAYS. At Cobun! or vicinity
Wednesdays and Ihurs
days. At (hover's Stalle, Eugene
City Fridays and Satur
days. rrr Vnr further Darticultrs se
" - m
posters, r H. O. HADLEY.
otiev is Not
Goods Must be Sold.
1. 1 L
Ia the only place where you will
surely get the most for a little
money. We keep anything
Dry and Fancy Goods.
We carry the largest as
sortment of every
Line in Eu
For Curtain Wets, 15
Lace Curtains, al
ready made, $2 a pr,
Mens & Boys Clothing
Good Mens Tweed t
Suits at $10.
Genuine Fn$Ush Tweed
all wool, from $16 up
Soys Suits from $4
OOTS & SHOES
Aro especially made for
our Trade and guaranteed to
be tho best in the market, and
are put down
Lower than elsewhere.
Mens and Boys HATS
From 50 cts- upward-
Be sure and give
call as our Prices
convince you to
I X L ST0BE
Chas. M. Horn,
DEALER IN GUNS, PJFLES,
7 FLihinif Tackle an! materials.
2xf Kepairing dons in th neatest style
kXand warranted. Hewing machines,
9 iafes, Locks, etc., repaired.
Guns loaned and amm'jniion furnished.
Shop on Willamette st, opposits Astor House
FARM FOR SALE.
A FARM of XX acres, 300 of wlilch is prairie
and 10 In cultivation, is offered for sale.
It is sitnatwlone mile west of SpriniieU, ami
2 mile ewt Euirene. Good Wuiirtii and
without, aud all tinder frnf. V -r trifis af
I ply to l;OPEKT CAMTthLL,
At tti rremi-.
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j 40 PER CENT
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