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CITY" AND COUNTY
, BRIEF ME.'TIO..
A bear riu Thursday night.
Go to Goldsmith' (or groceries. ' 1
Goldsmith keep the best cigars.
J. F. Caatleman, of Portland, li to town.
Goo. Fletcher has returned from Salem.
CoL I. K. Moore u ia the city Friday
Blackberries cheap; only 23 oenta per gallon,
Jab work a speciality at the Guard office
New ityle ladies visiting card at the
If yoo with to boy joodi cheap call at
8 H Friendly s.
Call and tee that large stock of goods for
tale at Friendly".
Coroner Ream bad a job acting a sheriff
n day this week.
fleary Owens went to Portland this week
to atteaeT the races.
Goldsmith kee the lest line of groceries,
and sells them clieip.
Now is the time to deliver wood promised
this office on subscsriptions.
Regular meeting Engine Ilook and Lad
der company,. Mouday evening.
M 8 Wallis came up from HarrLburg for
tay of a couple of day this week.
Why (ay traveling dentists to practice on
you? Go to Davis; get good work.
Something now Use kid gloves at S. H.
Friendly'. Call and' examine them.
Cab paid for CHICKENS. HIDES, TAL
LOW and BEES-WAX at A Uolduulth's.
Mr Staasbery is onildiug a nsat resideuce
at the corner of Tenth and Pearl streets.
t H Friendly sells cheap for cash boots,
hoes chithiwt, hats, caps fancy goods, etc:.
The Miase Comegys bays Rone to Pendle
ton, which place they will malt their home:
Dr H E Jones and H Vf Mouaetcs, with
fimilies.of Portland, are rusticating along the
Mr Fred! Kinsey bas gone to Seattle,
where he iateads starting a sash' and' door
The Gcard is the best advertising me
dium in Lane couuty. , It has the largest
A large lot of mile-end Clark's spool1 cot
tea on tal atT G Hendrick's in lots to suit
Mr. Geo. W. Kinsey bas several1 new hacks
ad buggies, which he will sell very cheap. See
Mr Meyer Rosenblatt, a well known for
mer resident of this city, speut several days
nere this week.
T Jeff Smith and Johnny Kelly, of Port.
Iaad, are snjenrning at the McKenzie springs.
Jeff is a emaciated ai nsual.
Mr S H Friendly will pay th highest
cash market price for whoat. Give him a
call before selling yeur grain elsewhere.
Frank Lawaon of tie U S Coast and Geo
detic Survey, was Here one day tills week,
a-Kertttining the variation o( the magnetic
Frank Rankin, the photographer, will
neve into his new' quarters about the 1st of
August, where he will still turn ont the best
f work in his line..
"Our State University," will be Mr. Mc
Lafferty's topic at the raptistCJiurch at 5
o'clock Sunday eveninz. The citizen of
Eugtne are specially invited.
I have- seen considerable dentistry done by
Dr L M Davis for the Inst 3 rears, and T
consider lam a good deutist.
L S. Skiff.
Salem, July 23, 1881.
Business men should not forget that
Wauk notes, bill-beads, statements, letter
beads, and every description of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed'
at the Gcard office.
The nightwatch has arrested soveraT cows
this week, that offended the city laws by
staying out over night. The City Fathers
are determined that their famous cow law
shall be enforced.
Mr John Cranr'one of Portland' leading
merchants, spent several days on the Mc
Kenzie last meek in pursuit of the trout. He
expressed himself as well phased with the
cenery and spurt along the river. .
D Hyman is still engaged in flnying hides,
furs, tallow, etc, paying therefor the high
est cash market price. He may always be
found at the store of T G Hendricks. See
bis new advertisement in this issue.
Prof. J. M. Carrison bas been engaged
this week in giving a course of lessons in
penmanship, to the teachers of Lane county.
We are informed that the class made great
improvement, both iir tbsorctical knowledge
S Rosenblatt & Co have dissolved partner
ship, Mr S Rosenblatt retiring from the firm.
The business in the future will be oonducted
byMrG Rettrooa than whom there is no
more energetic busmen man in. the city. We
wih him success.
Elder 8. Munroe HuUsrd will preach at
Christian Church, next Sunday, morning and
evening. Sunday School at 10 A M. All are
invid" to attend. Evening subject, "Te
assassin of President Garfield, type of
Crof RiroRT. An elaborate crop report
is presented by the Chicago Tribune, gath
ered from all part of the country east of the
Reeky mountains. From these report that
journal estimates the shortage in the wheat
d com crop, as compared with last' year
at 200,000,000 bushels. This is a prodigious
failiag off.' H will make a vast reduction in
the snrplu available for export, and in many
localitie will quit annihilate it. Unfortu
nately lot oti kowever, price depend chiefly
o the supply of tonnage aad not on scarcity
Sicslaw Road Mea are at work en the
Siuslaw road burning and clearing it of fallen
timber. After harvest a force of -men will
w put to work aad the road pushed thrcogh.
VT have received, Cen.u Bulletin, N
207, howing the population by oountie
precincts, cities and village of the Stat of
Oregon. From it w tuk the following
summary of the population of Lane county
ami (tie towns situated therein.
camp tree, precinct , S'.Hl
rora precinct , (UKl
coiiage ureve precinct 907
r ua reek precinct 183
Hazle Dell precinct 46
irving preoinct, including the vil
Joge of Irving 4C1
Lanoaater tpreciuct including the
city of Junction... ...... 1,007
Long Tom preoiaU aiifi
uat alley precincj; 2.'fi
McKensie preuiuct. 49
Middle Fork precinct., 91)
Mohawk preciuct 298
ftorth Kugene preciuct, iucluding
cuy 01 r.ugetie.....
Richardson precinct, .including the
village of Indian 6."0
Siuslaw precinct .. 27ti
South Eu geue precinct 817
epencer Creek urccinct IflS
hpringheld precinct, including the
vill.-ige ofSpringlieUL. 771
Willamette preciuct, including the
village of Willamette Forks
POPULATION Of TOWNS.
Eugene City ..
J miction Citv
Willamette Forks Village
Springfield Village. . .
Irving Village ,
PRINCIPAL CITIM IN TUX STATS.
. 2., 538
Oregon City ,
Independence. . . .
Mendelssohn Quintette Club.
The Mencfelssolii Quintott Concert Club of
Boston, whose record of more than 30 year
of successive triumph is known to lover of
musio throughout tho land will give ee of
their musical concerts at tho M E Church
in this place, Wednesday, August 3d.. It is
only necessary to print the- following from
Dwight' Journal of Music, to to sbow their
high estimation iu the East. "The musical
event of the season, at least so far as sen
timent, artistic unity aud completeness, so
lectness and novelty may beregarded, came
off in a way that more than realized expec
tation, at the Melodeon, on Monday night in
Boston. It was a pure festival of Art. A
beautiful, sincere, German enthusiasm 'in
spired it and adorned it."' A full honse
sheutd greet them, as all who love music
should bo present. Ticket for reserved
seat cun be secured at Crain Bros Music
Paid our Town tv Visit.
On Wednesday last Lakeview was favor
ed with a visit from that sterling Democrat,
and' honored citizen, ex-Governor John
Whiteaker. The governor looks remarkably
well, and is apparently enjoying the best of
health. He has been for some time visaing
friend and relatives iu Summer Lake volley,
and will probably not return to his home
in Eugene City until September. There is a
strong probability that the Democrats will
make "Hone' John" their caudidate for
governor in the coming election, aad we are
certain that the responsibilities of that high
office could not be bestowed upon one more
worthy to asgume them. Lakeview Exami
At the residence of J W Hanson, Eugene
City, Oregon, July 24th, 1881, by Rev S
Monroe Hubbard, Mr J V Hanson to Miss
At the residence of th bride' father, Eu
gene City, Or., Jury 2Gt!i, 1831, by Rev. S
Monroe Hubbaid, Mr Charle W Beale, of
Pendleton, to Miss Sarah J Brown.
Anti-Mo.vopoly. A meeting to organize
against monopoly was held at the Court
House last Saturday afteruon. A committee
consisting of U B Cochran, J P Gill, and J
W Jackson, was sppeinted to draft resolu
tions expressive of the sentiment of the meet-
ing. lue meeting aujourneu uuu oi
ternoon when the report of the sommittee
ill be received. We d not understand
that a new political party i contemplated,
but that it i desired that public sentiment
be awakened on this important question.
Dbummkks Qi'arrf.l. -Two harvestii;
machine agents, named respectively Sprague
and Russell, had a war of words and an in
cipient fisticuff at th St Charles hotel Wed
nesday. They were taken belore tne recor
der by Sheriff Shelley, and th time for their
appearance set, the recorder allowing them
tc s 82 their own rocgnince; before the
time for trial, however, they hired buggy
and started toward Harrisbnrg. The town
will be gainer if they keep away.
Down the Colcmbia. Th engineer of
the Northern Pacific railroad are now eek
inf a line down the Columbia river U As
toria from a point opposite Kalama. A party
ot fifteen is now ia the field below Ranirci It
i net kaown whether they arc just nmning
experimental lines, or whether fir- definite
TjirRovEMtNT. Wc learm that Rosenblatt
ft Co will soon commence renovating their
store building, by raising it and potting in a
new front V bile the work is being pros
ecuted they will occupy the vacant building
adjoining th hardware tore.
To Mills. Old type lot babbit metal
for sal at this office. -
Talk of Establishing an Independent
System on the Willamette.
The remarks of Senator Graver a the
feasibility of barge lino transportation on the
Columbia ha directed th attention of capi
talist in this direction, and it was rumored
o th streets Lost Saturday that number
of prominent gentlemen had met Friday ev
cniug t discus the cohtine of transportrng
grain in bulk from Harrisburg and Eugene
to the docks here. Th river between these
peiuts ia net navigable at all seasons of the
year even to the lightest boats; but it ia
proposed to' establish- warehouse at these
point and stow the grain in readiness for
tow-boat rise. ( When this cemes along the
grain will be rnn into th barges by means
f chutes, aud tags will then transport it to
the city. Proni'nent boating men who were
present at th meeting, which was held at
the Holton House, cousider the tch una ex
eocdinnly practicable. They say that the
coal of Pennsylvania is taken down the
Ohio in the same manner. A rise, if takes
advantago of in this way, would float all tbe
wheat in the valley to this peiut, and trans
portation would necessarily 1 chp, for
one tug could bring down i much wheat aj
would load three or four sliiiis. The lock at
Orejnn City would present no serious obsU'
clcs to the success of the scheme, as the wa
ter is always deep enough between this city
and that point to admit of transportation
and hence de'ay in cottus post the fulls
would be of no censequeuce. Portland TeL
Cottage Grove Items..
t'ROSI OUR SPECIAL COlt RESPONDENT.
Cottage Grove, July 23, 1881.
The measles are prevalent ia this vicinity.
Sara Veatck has gone into the butcher
Hamilton Wallac i putting up a brick
kiln near Robert Cocbrau's.
The hotel is blessed with a Chinaman,.
which is credit to onr town.
Haying is th principal occupation of the
farmer jnst now. They are 'having fin
weather for it, although very warm.
Horace and Jercme Kuox have been visit
ing their old haunts, and ridding th field
of the young grouse,, ot which they killed
nearly a hundred.
Harvey M Wallace' and Elizabeth E Med
ley, were married at the residence of the
bride's father, on the 3d iust', by Rev J
Hienrich of Roseburg.
On Sunday,, the lb'tb. inst, Uutle Billy
Curran killed two 'cougars that have been
killing sheep in the neighborhood . He
killed a large bear a short time before.
Our place will soon have two new build
ings.. Lit Andvrsou is tmiidicg au enice, auu
Harvey Hazlttou a shop, which Harvey ia
building so as to have the benefit ef the wa
Diiownino at Salem. On Saturday even
ing last a party of gentlemen ' went bathing
iu the river at Salem and one et them Mr A
Armbustcr, getting beyond his depth and be
ing una'ile to swim was drowned. The acci
dent occurred at the mouth of South Mill
oreek, where the channel had been deepeued
for the passage of steamers landing at the
flouring mills.. Mr Armbuster was a sales
man ia the employ of J M Rusenbiirg & Co,
who immediately offered $100 for the recov
ery of the bjdy; Search was kept up nearly
all uight and renewed early on Sunday
but the remains were not recovered until 3
o'clock iu the afternoou. Deceased was a
Geni.arj by birth aud had lived only a short
time in the city, and about 20 years of ago,
and has parents residing iu Germany.
Cauiiirp. Loet week an individual felon
iously entered the cabin of a logging camp
above Cottage Grove, anil took therefrom
two suit of clothing, some coin, and pension
tapers. The owner of tbe pension papers,
Mr. Gray, i 111 mediately tiok steps to secure
the arrest of the guilty party, which
was deue in this city Sunday, tbe culprit be
ing caught wearing one of the stolen suits.
On Monday he wos brought be "ore J B Alex
ander, J. P., givjng bis name as Frank Marsh
and waiving a preliminary examination be
was bound over to await the action of the
next Grand Jury, the bonds being placed at
$200, which, failing to give, lie was com
mitted to jail. It is said that he has but re
cently been an inmate of the Oregon state
Removal. Mr Bausch, the shoemaker,
has moved his Sbop into the building for
merly occupied by Mr Ellison. Clio Jhn
soa is fitting np the building formerly occu
pied by D Hynuu; when completed he will
move his restaurant into it. The build
ings vacated will be torn- down to make
roo.n for the new brick building soen to be
built by Abrams Bros.
For the Ska Coast. Mr and Mr S II
Friendly and Miss Adlcr, left Thursday for
Clatsop Beach, on the sea coast. Mr Friendly
ill b gone bnt a short time, while his fam
ily propose atayiug th c ri fr CvUplv
month. Their many friend hope Mr
Frrudly'i health will be restored by tbe
change of climate.
Bcrclazt at Harrlsbcbo. On Monday
evening burglars entered the house ef Mr
Dennis Sullivan at Harrisbnrg. They suc
ceeded in securing a gold watch belonging to
Mr S and also a pair of paotaloous belonging
U a guest, a namesake of tbe proprietor, ia
th pocket f which was 200.
Good Flshing. Tb fishing party con
sisting of B C Vaa Houteo, E J McClaoa
kaa, D E Rio aad J B Campbell, returned
Saturday. They repert having had a good
time, catching ever 500 fisk.
FcNRMhHiED Bail. Win Griffith, wb
has been confined in the rounty j ail coder
charge of rap ha given th required bonds,
'and been set at libertt 1 -
Pursuant t th call quite a number ef
oitizee met at the Court Home lat Saturday
evening U devis ways and means to eitin
guih th cliims that are held against th
University building. Dr. A. Shaqilo was
elected chairmsn and Prof. John Straub sec
retary. Hob: J. M. Thompson made stste
nisut showing bow th present condition of
affair was brought about. Th indebtedness
was stated at (7,800, which amount must be
raised by tbe citizens of In couuty. A
committee to colleut and pay out all niouey
subscribed was appointed, said committee
consisting of Messrs. Chat. Lausr,. Allen
Bond, and Gen, Armitage. Committees to
solicit subscriptioas were appointed for the
several sectioas ef the couuty. It was re
solved that no subscription be mad binding
until tike entire amount b subscribed by re
sponsible parties. Tbe public are assured
that with this ameuut raised, the University
i absolutely free from debt. It is U be
hoped that our citizen will promply respond
with substantial subscriptions, to the calls
made upon t'aein by the canvassers.
t Crop Prospects.
ilTev" l'vt b prospect for a bountiful
crop to Lane county been better thaa at
present, notwithstanding the cries of some
who are alarmed about rust. Within th
iast week w have conversed with 1 (liable
men from every seetiou of th county whr
wheat is grown, aud have been assured that
the yield and quality will be excellent. Th
head are large and well filled,, while th
straw i of good length. Th report that
the rust will injur the crop near Irving,
considerably, w are iufermed by a gentle
man living near there, to be unfounded; true
there is soma rust oe the leaves, bnt that
very seldom fails to appear on late sown
grain, lbs crop is far enough advanced so
that the yield cannot be materially affected
from that use. Fall and winter sows,
especially where the ground has been sum
mer fallowed,, appear to be the best- W
do set think we overstate when we lay that
Lane county will have 1,000,000 bushels
surplus this Tall.
DextevJuly 24th, 1881..
Nsws items are like "angel visits."
Crops sre good, aud farmers are very busy
securing the same..
Williams Bros, have about finished their
A large Dumber of persons are testing the
virtu of the water at Kitsoo's iprings.
Uncle Billy Luckey was throne from a
load of bay few dsys since, and badly hurt
but it is hoped not seriously.
Coos Bay News. '
Capt Cox expects to catch and aalt a large
quantity of salmon on the Siuslaw this year.
The fall run of salmon is expected to com
mence on the Siuslaw about the 1st of next
Mr Moody reports that the Siuslaw Is set
tling up rapidly. There are several good claims
above tide water still unclaimed. Mr M says
there are several hundred good good claims va
Having bought the merchandise of S Ros
enblatt & Co, and contemplating remeviug
the same next Monday to the building ad
joining the hardware store until the old build
ing is repaired and to save further cost and
expense of removing afterward, I will offer
the entire stock at half it actual cost price.
This is no humbug, as you can call and see
for yourself. O.. Bkttman..
Engese City, July 30, 1881.
Wool-2728cts per lb.
Wheat, au cars C2J cts pr bush..
Four $5 per bid..
Oats 50 cts pr busli.
Bacon Sides 12. cts pr lb.
Hums 12J15 cts pr lb.
Shoulders -8(S 10 cts pr fl;.
Butter 20 cts pr lb.
Egiffl It) cts pr dot
In Siuslaw, July 11th, 18S1, of cholera in
fantum, Kisie Dell Myrtle, youngest child ef
F M and Abby Nigbswander, aged 2 years
aad 5 months.
Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep,.
From which ion ver wake to weep;
A culm and undisturbed repose,
Uubrokeu by tbe hut of foes. .
New Minks. From a letter received bere
from Prioeville, we learn that a quartz ledge
that prexpect well ha been discovered on
McRie creek. The ledge, which is quite ex
tensive, has been surveyed and located for a
distanc of five miles. Placer miaetf were
also discovered in th vicinity,, prospecting
100 to 200 colors to the pan. Thirty claims
had been taken at the date of our informant
Sirfcvrrots Called in. Th fur parties
af MHTtrt who hva hmmn mmkmIi mm lip
rout of toe proposed extension of the O A
C K G in Southern Oregon have been called
DttiU. The Hook and Ladder company
wre cat for a drill Wednesday evening under
tb toptMrinioii' of the Foreman, C Marx. The
U)'ix practiced in climbing ladder.
BoI N.-rTotfce wife of T G Hendricks,
SuscLy July "4th, a daughter,
J. B riiin hart has been appointed agent
of U Hj-nngtield Mill Co. lit can offer
bt.-t 61 - for Lumber now than ever bo
fm. Ail kinds ef bnildiug lumber delivered
on sl.rr notie and at very low fiirare.
Don's fad to Lhinohart before ordering
ebwiwhwre. V' jiropcse to tell lumber, and
OoU.t Migct It. i '
SuW,'!; f r GfAKD.
Wamiiinutux, July 23. At seven this mora
ine th preaidnt showed th usual mornlns;
ymptem of recovery, but at about tlht
o'clock was attacked with something Ilk a
chilL Hesbooltalloverandhls muscle b
cam rig-id with what aunrson call a "rigor
This chilly shaking sensation, laated until 9
o'clock when fever set In and roe rapidly. Ills
puln went up to to 130, aud Umiratur above
101. In an hur or to the fever declined some..
Ill doctors are not able to dsfin th cause of
th chaiiK.. The flow of pus from th wound
stepped this morning and surgeon say that
this may her caused th chang In th presi
dent's condition. A longer drainage tube was
substituted and the doctor pressed' on; the
stomach and boweU, but very little pi's esud
ed. Whether this luraiu that th wound is
healing, between where the ball I' aud tbe
mouth of the wound, or that an abscess U form
ing, is not yet knowr,
Dr Bliss during tb cours of conversation In
relation to tbe operatien which was performed
n th president th I morning said thatdurtng
hi examination yesterday be discovered that
a slight sack or pus cavity bad formed Immedi
ately at the turn iu the track and at once de
cided that th proper thlsg U do was to nuke
an Incision which would straighten th track
and permit tb put to dlscbarg mora freely. It
waa dstermtued, htftvr, that before perform
ing th operation it would be beat to notify con
sulting surgeons and request their attendance,
whioh was done forthwith.. Formatiou ef a
pus cavity, th doctor says, is a very ordinary
occurrence in similar instance. Th counter
opening Is about Hire inches below the
wouud.. It was necessary to cut to the depth
f about en Inch bufor th connection with
tli original wound was complete; A. local an-
astheshriwaa administered, ooverlug a member
of the parts operated on, which obviated th
experiencing of any pan.. Shortly after the
operation the president partook ef nouHshwent
with a relish and expressed himself aa feeling
much relieved by the wrution.
Chicago, July 23 The Times bas volunil-
noui reports Trora the entire northwest which
arcfi'Jy synepstsed (a Its head line: "A
certainty that the wheat crop, of the weat will
be far belw tb average yield." "In Illinois
Iowa, and Indiana poorer than for many
years." "Enxhter outlook in Minnesota anu
Dakota and far western states." "KxteQ'lv
report concerning the srmy worm and th
damage it i doing. " "Cheering new from
th great corn fields of Illinois aud th oat har
Wasuiniiton, July 24.. -A telegram was re
ceived at tbe state department to-day from th
United' States Milliliter to China announces
the ratification of the two treaties between
the United State and China, txchanged at
Pekiu.July 14th. ,
Washington, July 20. Another operation
was performed on the president by Dr. Ag
new this morning aud a piece of th fractured
eleventh rib, and en or two small pieces of th
splintered bone cut Saturday. Unfavorable
symptoms last night and this morning are said
by doctors to be due to Irritation by particle
of bon in the wound.
St. Loots. July 20. Governor Crittenden
In cenvorsation with your reporter but night
grrding the death of Judge Clifford of the
supreme bench, stated inai some um ago
when he (Crittenden) was In Watihingten.
Judge Clifford told him that he had prepared a'
complete and detailed history of the proceedings
of the electoral oommimion 01 wmcn 11 was a
member, and that it would be published after
bin death, unlnns his wife (who was custodian
of the manuiierlpt) should otherwise decide, and
that its publication would o-eate a sensation.
Don't Read This.
W make the best washing machine in th
Smith s If azi eton, t ottagc Urove.
Tm.KM is atiAwn .bin diArilHPU.
PintnlM Swnllinim. Uleem. a a also bv Liv
er aud Kindaey. Complaint, constipation,
Pile, Indigestion, Billiousne, Despoudency
Lassituue, ueuerai weaanexs, auu many,
other symptoms. Purify with King of the
UluoiU bee advertisement.
For Rent or Sale.
The building adjoining RankiuV Bazar,
lately occupied by the Giahu.. For. partiou-
ars, inquire at this ofhee.
Stop a Moment and Read This-
Look at this list of good just rtoeived at
the Farmer aud Mechanics Clothing Store.
tiacqu Suit from $10 to $17.
Scotch sacqn or frock suits from f 12 R0
Sacque or frock diagonal suits from $13 DO
Broadcloth coats- aud vests, diagonal,
Princ Albert coat and vest. Jnst th
thing fur Holiday present.
Several new line of overcoat, reversible
and ulsters,, all grades and prices, from $7 00
Derby shirt, letkties and the finest line of
neckwear iu the city.
New hate and caps, wool scarf and
10 different styles ef underwear, all grade
Th be it stock ef silk and linen handker
ehiefa, hosiery, ia, for th holiday, in th
Latest stylo of bats $1 to $3 SO. Caps
from tl to tl 25. Bovs hate aud cap.
Th best line of pant pattern and suits
in th city. Cashmere, Diagonal, Scotch
and AmerioM cloths. ,uuit wad to order
from .10 up.
Pant mails to ordor from $8 50 upt Dark
crav Oregon ouhmer pants, $5. All wool
rwnM 4 Ml $4 7', V. .' ), pi. Pants II 7A,
$2 00, $3 50. Overalls 60 cent,; 75 ctmts,
$1, $1 25. Diagonal pants from $5 to $8.
The only (ieute furnishing good store in
Eugene City. Clothing cut for anybody.
All goods marked in plain figure, aud
strictly one cash price for all..
Call and examine our goods Delor buying
Famikk Meonaisios Store,
It J. GRAHAM, Managw.
BUCKLEN S AKNICA' SALVE. '
The Beht Salv in th world fo Brtilne.
Cute, Sore, Uleen , ijalt Rheum, Fever. 8or.
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Cornp.and
all kinds of Skin Eaiptins. This stive is guar
anteed ta irive uerfeat satisfaction in every cast
or money refunded.' Prio 85 cte pee box. For
tnle by Wilkin's, th Iruggiit, Eugene City.
Mulholland, Juuction City.
W have a speedy and positive Cure ftor Ca
arrh, Diphtheria, ("anker mouth anrt Ud
tehe, i&KHIi-OH'S CATARRH RLMKDY.
A nasal Inje rt-ir fi with each bottle. Use it
1 if you denim health and sweet breath, l'cic
1 .j0 cte. Sold by Ofburo Co, 1 inpgistf .
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For th Beedjr cur of Consumption and all
dUM that load to it, such a stubborn'
(W;lu, neglected Colda, ItmncliitU, Hay.
Kver, Asthma, pain in th sil and chest, dry
hacking oongh, tickling in th throat Hoarse-.
nMa, hore Throat, amlall chronlo or llnireriiig
diaeaM of th throat and lungs, DK KlNu'e
Nw DiacovtliY has no ouiial' and' ha aateb
liahed for itnelf a word-wide reputation. Many
leading physicians recomiueud and us it. In '
their practice. Tbe formula frmmwhich It ia
rerd la highly reoomiuendiMl by all medical
journal. Tli clenry and the pre have
complimented it In the meet glowing term
Co to your druggist and get a trial bottle free!
of emit, or regular sis fur $L For sale by
F M Wilklns, Dniggbst, Eugene City; Mul-;
holland, Junction. Hodge, Davis Co, Whole
sale Agents, Portland, Or.
DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINT
1 It not worth the small price of 75 cent to'
free yourself of every symptom of these ills-
.. I If - ,1.1.1. -.11 .t
star and get a battle of Slilloh's ViUliier, ev
ery bottl has a printed guarantee on it, us ac
cordingly and it it doe you no good It will cost
you nothing. Sold by Unburn A Co.
Tbe lVriiTlan Nyruit baa cured thous
ands who were suffering from DyMKiMia De
bility, Liver Uomplaint. Ikills, Jltiniom, ro-
address, Suth i Fowl and Sons, Bonton.
n. . I'nmi. u H min I'.ioi.h ri. fM. t.t anw
A bood Ihing.
Ivn. Syrup la th sectul prescription off
lh A. ichee, a celebrated German Physi
cian, and la acknowledged to ho on of th mnrt
fin-tuia dinciiveriiai in Mwliciue. It quickly
cures "oughs. Cold aaud all Lung trouble eii
th tiervet nature, reinovimr. as it does, the-
eatine of the affection and leaving the parte im
a strong and healthy condition. It is net an.
exieriiuenUl medicine, but baa stood the test
of years, giving sotinfiu'tion In every can
which its rapidly lmreaiiig sale every season,
confirms. Two million bottles sold annually..
Beware oi medicines of similar names, lately
Introduced Boachee's German 8vnip.was Intro
duced Iu the United States in lftA, and la now
old Iu every tuwa and village in the civilised
worm. Hires done will relieve any or unary
cough. Price 75 cents. Sample bottle, 10'
tri.iii'i ituiuMni r iv 1 1 t
'borry always at har.d. It cure Cuughs'
('dds, Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, Iufluensa,.
I'onaumptlon. and ail inroaiana loiupiaiuw..
50 ceuta and 91 a bottle,
mOTIIERS t' N10TIIEBS f
Ar yu disturbed at night and broken 'ofT
your rest by a sick child suffsring and crying:
with th xcruclattng palmof outtlng teeth T It
so, go at ono and get a bottl ot MRS.
WINSLQWS SOOTHING SYRUP. It
will relieve the iwor little sufferer immediately
lIUpVIIU M'W l.V. w ...... -
lliere is not a mother on earth who ha ever
uaed it, who will not tell you at ono map iv
will regulate the bowels, ami give rest to the
nu.ll... .nil ivalluf nrt hoAlth tl the fltllld. OD-
erating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use
in alicases, and pteaaaut to the teste, and la
the prescrtptun 01 one 01 me oiueni ana ueet
female pliyniclaus and nurses in the United'.
Stutes. Sole everywhere.. 25 cents a bottle
A ('usti, fold or More- Throat
should b topi)ed. Neglect frequently reulll
11 aa IenrbleLuB UUeas r Con
aamplloa. BIIOWN'8 UUONCIIIAI.
TnorilKSare certain to lye relief la
Aellima BronchllU. Coughe, Catarrh,
rooaumptlv and Throat Diseases.
For SO pear the Troche hv been reooiu
mended by physicians, and always giv per-,
feet satisfaction. They arc not new or un
tried but having been tested by wide and con
stant use tor nearly an entire generation, theyr
hav attained well merited rnnk among th few
tuple remedies of th age. Public apeaU-
era ana ainjfcra use tnem so ciear ana
strengthen th Voice.: Sold at 25 oeuts a box
Agent for Lane County,
except Junction for
Coffee & Tea Pot;.
. Secured by THREE PATENTS.
EDISOtf MAY FURNISH. LIGHT TOi
, tlie Millions, but the
' BOSS COFFEE AND TEA POT
Will certainly furnlab health' to- all who us'
them, as by this process, purely philosophical,.
Coffee Is mad In TWO MINUTES, xtract
ing only the strength and rich aroma, leaving
tbe NICOTINE and INSOLUBLE portiom
of the berry In the filter. '
Endorsements from the - People we
Portland, Oregon, April, 188L
To WHOM IT MAT CoNCSHN:
t After a thorough test of the BOSS COFFEE
PUT, we the undersigned endorse It a savbig
at leant fifty per cent, over any other method
we hav ver seen. Besides saving eggs, -it '
produces coffee as clear an wine In one minute,.-
I. In nm.li i-.,n.rur nrl hum aV mora deli-
cious flavor thau ouffee made by any other '
lj i) Brown, St Charles flotel,
I. A W are, Clerk St Charles Hotel;
Goldsmith. Iwenburg, Stove andTinw'r,
K B Fleming, Foreman Manufacturing Dc-
J K Bngham, Stoves and Tinware,
P V Nepiiach, 1'harmaciiit,
8 A Clark,.WUlamette Farmer,
David Col A Co. , Steves and Tinware,.
Otis Freeman, Sprague's Landing,
J M Lowe, Ponwr Steamer AUv,
W M Mggin, Street Contra r,
W 1) Palmer, Manager O W Pub Co,
Edward K Hill, Artixt,
Mrs E H Browa, !St Charles Hotel,
W W Kcbever. Ktesmer Lurline,
J II Brenner, The Esmond Hotel.
U W Pittock. Daily and Weekly Oregonlan,
H A Nahon, Cigar Manufacturer,
B Verdier, Coffee and Spicea,
Klehet, Coffee and Spices,
C J Curtis, Reporter,
J O Neppach, Bnteher, '
fl W IWbcock, Hardware Merchant,
( 1 Frank, Agricultural Implements,.
V W Knowles, Clarendon Hotel,
Frank Wheaton, USA, Frt ancouveTi
Krib 4 McMillan, Steve and Tinwara,.
H J-evy, Stove and Tiaware,
And eiany others. '
Model Hotel 01 tot Nothw!mt,
Portland, Oregon, April 14, 1881,
I am Ufins the Boe Coffee and Tea I nn at
The Kmond H.iteL lliey ar aavii.r me one
half of my Coffe aud Tea, be.-idea all my pa
troas are better plesvd with the entfre and tea
as now mad in th Bs Coffee aad Tea Uras.
I fully recommend them to all wbo l;ka fine
oofte aud tea. J. H. BK IS N KK.