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Y AND COUNTY.
we Wish all orn headers
To-morroiUan. l( 1882.
For good Atittry go to Davii.
Go to GolJiith'i for groceries
Goldsmith Hps the tost cigars.
The holiday (are been very quiet.
8ee Sheriff Slley' notice to taxpayers.
The week of Ayer commences to-morrow,
Twenty yard ICalicn for $lat Bcttman'a
Job work h spldity at the Guard office
Htw styles Ui visiting cards at the
If -you wish t
S H Friendly'.
fcujr goods cheap call at
Yoo can ytti Jl 1 Mens' suit at Bett
man'i, for $7 50
Call and aee that
al at Friendly'.
ge stock of gool for
Studies at the Unlxsity will be resumed
next v rdnesday.
Goldmitl) keep thkest liue 0f groceries,
and tell them chetp.
r. if. Dunn will payUie highest market
cash price for wheat.
Everything sold at BcUn's at way down
priues, for cash of produl
Thursday was a beauM day as warm
and pleasant as spriogti
Half cloth double sole
liea Shoes, plain,
for f 1 25 per pair, at Bet
The Guard would pi
present to some friend in
Something new la;e kidWes at S,
Friendly'. Cal! and examil them.
Cash paid for CHICKEXsVlDES, TAL
LOW and BEES-WAX at A lldsmith .
S H Friendly sells cheap A cash boots,
shoes clothing, hals, caps fund goods, etc.
The Eugene Honk & LaAr Company
holds its regular meeting nextfonday even
County Court will be bold n
Commissioners Court commend
Wueat wanted by T. O. HVlricksfor
which he will pay tho highest nUet cash
mt . . , i i .
mo i ahv is me oesi miverang me
clium in Lane county. It has tn largest
A large lot nt inue-ena 1 lark s snl Cot
ion on sme at i i neinincK s in lotto uit
Half clotli ilouhle sole, hgh cut, fi goal
loped. Ladies Shoes, for $1 50 per ;r, at
Mr. Geo. W. Tviney has sov?rnl newUcks
anil b'tgdi', which he will sell very cheal See
The celebrated South Rend chille
plows also the Black Hawk plows for sa
T. O. Hendricks
Eugene Lodge, No.. 11, A. F. t A.
installed their officers elect, St. Johns
Tuesday, Dec. 27th.
The Kenfrow brick building vni sold
sheriffs sale, Tuesday, to Mrs. It. Fisher
f 1,900. Cheap property.
Settling up time is at hand and the Oca
prints bill-heads and statements as cheap
can be done in Portland.
The McKenzie Road Co. will sell dclin
uent stock Wednesday, February 1st. Sei
notice in another column.
A full line of Groceries, Crockery, Um
brellas, Hats and Rpbrer Goons for sale
cheap at T. G. Hendricks'.
The Christmas concert at the Presbyte
rian Church, Christmas Eve., by the Sabbath
School, was quite interesting.
Isaac Tecum and H. C. Humphrey have
bought the right to manufacture aud sell the
Champion fruit dryer for Lane county. '
" Mr S H Friendly will pay the highest
cash market price for wheat. Give him a
call before selling your grain elsewhere.
A large stock of domestic and imported
cigars, also cigarettes and tobaccos just re
ceived at Oolismith's. Call and examine
Persons prematurely gray can have their
hair restored to its youthful beauty, by us
ing Hall's Vegetable Sicillian Hair Ileuewer,
the twat article in the market.
Business men should not forget that
blank notes, bill-heads, statements, letter-
heads, and every description of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
at the Guard office.
Impure blood causes poor circulation, then
disorders, such as Liver and Kidney com
plaint. Dyspepsia, Constipation, Piles, skin
disorders, etc., which are curable by King of
he Blood. See ad.
Dr. G. H. Davis, of 229 First street, Port
land, returned to his home Thursday; he was
telegraphed here to treat some critical cases
resulting in an addition to our population.
Dr. Davis is complimented very highly for
his tender care aud skill. Be is- a compe
tent physician and surgeon.
This is a Contribution Plate, It has just
been banded Around. What is there upon
it! Now Count Tery Slow or yon will make
mistake. Four buttons, one Nickel, a
blue Chip and one spectacle glass. Yes,
that is rizht What will be done with ail
these nice thiags They will be sent to For
eign countries for the gnnd of the
Heathen. How the Poor Heathens
joice. Denver Tribune Primer.
Hir.H Wittr. The heavy rains the first
of tbe week raised the river to a point about '
)3 fact above low water mark.
The following are the matrimonial alliances
that have been made in Lane county during
the year 1881, numbering 67:
Oscar Vitus and Rosa Miller.
Amos Wilki'us and Emma Pearce.
W M Miller aud A M Vitus.
C D Wallace and Nancy M Barber.
Wm Scott and Isabella Allen.
Geo Hadley and Nancy Hayes.
J W Quins aud Lor Dent
E P Huett and Fanny Bentley.
Geo M Palmer and Lucinda Kent
W S Colvin and Syrcpta Nelson.
John Wortman and Ella Washhurne.
J M Miller and Paulina Tipton.
A G Matthews and Mattie Sellar.
Win Williams and Bertha Parvin.
W M Kitchiiij? and E B Harlan.
S C Smith aud Elizabeth Matlock.
- A L Honey and Clara Huusaker.
R A Ward aud Nancy Teeters,
('has Dillon and Hattie Palmer.
L Lane and Lydia Lance.
Jacob Conser and E Humphrey.
Wm Osborne and Laura Murphy.
Ralph Froman and Eliztbeth Davis.
John Alexander and Missouri Davis.
Wm Bundy and Luella Parker.
A L Thomas and C L Baker.
Newton Heuibree and C J Gibson.
J A Horn and Emma Brings.
Harvey Wallace and Elizabeth Medley.
Solon Jones and Sarah Dennis.
Orin Awbrey and 8 D Bryson.
Chas Beal and Sarah Brown.
Frank Pearson and Sarah Caldwell
J W Hanson and Nellie Young.
W H Luckey and Martha Fitzbugh.
Edward McBee and Sarah Wilcox.
B F Ginley and Francis Gartin.
P F Carter and Lizzie Breeding.
Geo H Hale and Mary C Taylor.
C F Cox and Sarah Young.
ft A Stephens and Dorcas Jenkins.
Geo H Millican and Ada C Bradley:
F G Harlow and Mary Carmon.
J J Fepiot and Mary Simmons.
0 P Wills aud E J Harris.
F S.Wooley and A B Wallace.
M L Hendricks and Cassia Kels'ay.
G W Graham and R C Taylor.
John Keeney and Ella Hurt.
J H Ogle and M A Derrick
G W Hullery and Phoebe Eccleson.
Frank Warner and Emma Neet
Juntos Stewart and Nancy Alien.
C L Morton and C Powers.
C C Crow and Mary Bryant
Lemuel Crow ami Emma Russell
Edwin Baxter and Emma Wheeler.
Jediah Wilson and Elizabeth Davis.
D T Pritchard and L Thompson.
A B Seals aud Jessie Coleman.
E E Hills aud Angeline Barber.
G L, Minton aud E E Farley.
A E McFui'luud and Abbie Hyland.
L N Johnson and Elizabeth Taylor.
John Belshaw and Emma Parsons.
John Schnltz and Viola Montgomery.
Herbert Lir.dera nd Ida Horn.
Several mouths ago we were informed,
says the iMiuaay Mercury, that steel rails
would be laid on the 0. i C. RailrW and
the runniug time between Portland and
Roseburg would be reduced to eight hours.
Already a great portion of the track has been
replaced with steel rails, and wo understand
the company is now making arrangements
'or iucreaiing the speed' of the Roseburg
rain from fifteen to thirty miles per hour.
'his will enable passengers leaving here at 8
clo:k iu the morning to take their uoon
leal at Eugene City and be in Roseburg b;
lclock iu the afternoon. In order to ren
Of such fast traveling certain and safe, the
clipany lias not ouly provided tho heavy
Kid rail, but will also attach the most im
pa ed pattern of air brakes to all passenger
triis, enabling enginoers to have the most
thlmgb control over their swift sailiug
priio schooners. We understand that J.
Brallt, Jr., general superintendent of the
road secured these improvements when he
visiid the Eastern States lost Spring, which
is anlber mark of his high understanding of
the itnauds ol traffic and the rights of the
publii The people of the State generally
wU Vil with delimit the new order of
LocaorivK Ordered. Ten new locomo
tives i.ije been ordered from the Baldwin
Locomnke Works at Philadelphia for the
East siil road. Four of them are monster
forty-livltnn engines with 18 inch cylin
ders, to t used exclusively for passeuger
trains, lie remainder will be smaller and
used for diwinj freight trains.
Easteri Star. The officers elect of the
Eastern Si Chanter of this city were in
stalled Weiiraday evening. Aft-r the in
stallation V members and invited guests
repaired to Vine's nail, where dancini was
indulged inland a generally pleasant time
Married. -tAt the residence of Mr G W
Kinsey, Sundl, Dec 2o. 1881, by Re 8 M
Hubbard, JohlBelshaw to Miss Emma Par
sons; all of Lay county.
Christmas) eoesth. Dr. L M. Davis
and C. Hodea Are made happy by substan
tial Christmas bresents; Davis a boy, and
Hodes a girL 1
Firene BaL Tbe Firemen Annual
Ball yesterday eWning was rery well at
tended, and like 41 iu predecessors,
of J. K McKenzie,
Born. To the i'e
Dec. 2G, a daoght.i
Real Estate Transactions for December
E A Judkins et al to F B Dunn, 80 acres;
consideration, 1240. ' 1
Jacob Luoe, by H C Huston, adni'r, to John
Jeans, $M acres, con, $600,
Cr C Mellett to R H Howard, 32 acres; con,
C W Love to R II Howard, 109 acres; con,
Adolph Nicolai and W W Piper to George
Po, David Smith aad Wm Donaldson, 930
acres; con, 2,750.
Adolph Nicolai et al to George Tope et al
140 acres; con, 420.
J D Mays to Wm E Mays, lfiO acres; con
David Moree Sr to Darid Morse Jr, 45-100
acre: con. 100.
W B Sloan to W T Campbell, lot In Eugene,
Van B DeLadimutt to H B Oatman, 239
acres; con, 1.
J L Shelton to F N and A T Gilbert, 300
acres; ecu, 500.
U 8 to S P Hamilton; patent
J R and S D Holt to Samuel Ward and Al
bert Wilson, 181 acres; con, 1000.
J M Thompson to W H and J M Abraras,
lot in Eugeue; con, 1200.
E N landy. to J H Berry, 20 acres; con,
i 11 hdwards to Levi I'mlmore, lw acres;
Hovey Jt Humphrey to R V Howard, 100
acres; con, 5,000.
W L wnodKrass to S V McFarren, lot in
Cottage Grove; con, 350.
Eva J Washburne to C W Washburne, 120
acres; con. 200. ,
Marion Wallace to David Vaughn, 159 acres;
D R Lakiu to John Maxwell, 100 acres; con,
W H Bidler to C E Byers, lot in Cottage
Grove; con, 200.
E E Hills to J F Smith, 460 acres; can, 4,-
J F Smith to E E Hills, 120 acres; con,
Harry Thompson to W L Snodgrass, lot in
Cottage Grove; con, 30.
R Cary to W L Suodgrass, lot in Cottage
Grove; con, 25.
, A F Pearce to Caroline Marx, lot in Eugene;
J A Ebbert to D R Lakin, lot in Eugene;
T J Smith to Mrs H E Gardner, lot In Eu
gene; con, ?.7.
James Robinett to John Morss, lots in Cress-
well; con, 05.
J M Howard to R H Howard, 64 acres; con,
Seth Simmons to C C Simmons, 80 acres;
C C Simmons to Seth Simmons, 80 acres;
acres; con, 1250.
Wesley Shannon to Elizabeth Shannon, lot
in Eugene; con, 1.
Chas Bowie to E W Whipple & Bro, lot in
Cottage Grove; con, 00.
Lyman Gilpatrick to Patrick Conley, 281
acres; con, 10S0.
C E Byers to A D Hyland, 13 acres- con,
J H Boweruian to Abajail Bowerman, 190
acres; con, (Ibw.
Wm E Coffin to Geo Gilbert, 100 acres; con,
Geo Gilbert to W E Coffin, 100 acres; con,
W H Click to W P Fisher, i of 100 acrea;
Levi Linder to Henry Bond, 120 acres; con,
A W Patterson to Orville Green, 6 acres;
C W Fitch to Nancy J Fitch, lots in Eu
gene; con, 810.
WW Piper to J M Spores, 241 acres; con,
The following ladies will keep open house
for tho reception of New Years callers,
Monday, January 2d;
Mrs J B Underwood, assisted by Mrs Ren
shaw, Misses Lucy Scott, Ella Ashley and
Mrs L G Adair, assisted by Mrs F W Os
burn and Miss Agnes Osbnrn.
Mrs Delia Richards, assisted by Misses
Iplia ami Ida Bryson at the residence of Mr
M Bryso -.
' The Misses Patterson at the residence of
Dr A V Patterson.
Mrs Spiller, assisted by Mrs Anderson
and Miss Rubio Spillor. '
Mrs McCluug, assisted by Miss Margaret
Winawhala Encampment, No. 6, I O 0 F,
of this city has elected officers as follows for
the ensuing year:
A G Hovey, C P;
D M Risdon, ft 1':
John O'Brien, S W;
J M Shelley, J W;
T W Shelton. Secretory;
B F Dorris, Treasurer.
, The officers elect will be installed Wednes
day, Jan. 11th.
We will send the San Francisco Weekly
Examiner and the Guard to one ad
dress for one year for 3.75 in advance.
The Examiner is the ablest Deinocratio pa
per on the the Pacific Coast and merits a
hearty support. Send in your name.
1'iPHTiiERlA. The diphtheria is decreas
ing in violence at Juoction, although a
couple of deaths occurred from it this week.
A Miss Gains died at the residence of Wm
Baker iu Irrinj precinct from that disease
the first of the week. There are no ease in
Se.xator Grover. The Washington Re
publican says Senator Grover, of Oregon, is
said to be enjoying better health than he has
for some years past
Shoulder Dislocated. A letter from
Mr S B Eakin, Jr, who is now visiting in
Illinois, sUto that he had his shoulder dis
located a short time since by a runaway.
Wheat Center. Seven-eighths of Ore-
gon 13,59,Ono bushels of wheat for 1581
er fused in the TV llLmMte valley
Mr C W Fitch has gone south on a visit.-
Mr James L Page went to Portlaud yes
terday, Mia Mary Wallis has gone to Dayton ,
W T, on a visit
J J Comstoek and Nela I.uckcy, of l-atb
am, were iu town this week.
Mr J J Shaw, county iiidv of Marion
county, ws in the city Friday.
Mis Hattie Collier returned from Port
laud to pass the holidays at home.
W, C. Chirk, of Lake county, has received
a scholarship iu tho State University.
Col R V Ankony, U. 8. agent for selec
tion of swamp lands iu Oregon, cams p
We are informed that Rov S M Hubbard
has received a call to preach at Amity, Yam
Mr. E. E. Burke and Cader Powell, of
Portland, and Charles Williams, of Junction,
all State University graduates, came up to
spend the holidays.
Mr. Eugene MoCornack, Clerk of the
State Coord of School Ijnd Commissioners,
passed the holidays iu this city, visiting
friends and relatives.
E, C. Brooks, son of Quincy A. Brooks,
Esq., of Link ville, who was lately appointed
to the cadetship at Vet Point, will soon
start east to undergo final examination.
racifio Lodge, No 17. A 0 U W. have
prayed in the Circuit Court of Multnomah
county, for an injunction against Robert
Newcomb, Grand Recorder, W D Hare, I
Grand Master, and I R Moores, officers of
the Grand Lodgo, A 0 U W, for Oregon,
Washington and British Columbia, restrain
ing them from paying to the Supreme 1-oilgo
any assessments on deaths subsequent to
April 6th, 1SSI, averring that under and by
virtue of the laws of said Order aud the res
olutions of said Supreme Lodge the said
Grand Ledge was on ths 15th day of April
1881, and thenceforth continued to be aud
still is a separate jurisdiction for beneficiary
purposes. That it is not and ought not to be
required to pay to said Supremo Lodgo any
assessments or money for beueliciary pur
poses upon deaths of persons momliers of the
Order occurring since said 15th day of April,
1881. Judge Stott, on the 8th day of De
cember, granted tho usual preliminary in
junction uutil the further order of court
Cure for Diphtheria.
In conversation with one of Stockton's
moMt celebrated physicians rocontly, it was
learned thatdiphtheria, which has been prev
alent at Farmington, was gradually abating.
Said the medical man: "I have practiced
medicine for thirty years, and I have never
lost a case of diphtheria yet, when called in
proper time. Give the patient plenty of
lime or lemon juice. Give it in anything that
it is palatable. Squeeze out tho juice and
sweeten it with white sugar, or give it as
lemonade, or give it clear; but give plenty
of lime or lemon juice all the time. It will
not interfere with any mode of treatment,
aud will, if followed, effect a cure, and tho
publin ought to know it." Stockton Indo
pendent. Commutation Granted. Gov. Thnyer
has recently commuted the souteuces of the
following convicts iu t'le Oregon penitentiary;
James S C Smith, sent from Polk county,
Jnu 15, 1831, for one year for tin crime of
larceny; sentence commuted Deo 2, on ac
count of extra services in taking care of
stock and topn of sentence being nearly ex
pired; Frank Kelly, sent from Clatsop coun
ty, Jan 11, 1831 for one year for the crime
of assault with a dangerous weapon; sen
tence commuted Dec 3 on account of extra
sarvice as cook and term of service being
nearly expired; James Gilligan, sent from
Multnomah county for one year from May
26, 1881; sentence commuted Deo 10 on ac
count of extra work on insane asylum build
ing; Wfii. Cornelius, sent from Polk county
for 15 years from Deo 11, 1877, for crime of
robbery, armed with a dangerous weapon;
sentence commuted Dec 12 on recommenda
tion of the judge before whom he was con
victed and on petition of leading citizeus of
Portlaud and of Independence. '
Cider Manufactory. Abrams 'Bros of
this city have been perfecting machinery
lately for the manufacture of cider. They
have constructed a grinder and press both of
great power, and when next apple seasou
comes they will be prepared to make cider
on an extensive scale.
Week or Prayer. The Baptist church
of this city will observt the week of prayer
by special services every svening during the
week. The pastor wil preach a short ser
mon on each occasion, to be followed by
prayer and christian conference. All are in
vited. Services will commence t (i:30
Fatal, From a letter fron Princville
The Dalles Times learns that Charlie Long
will very likely recover from bis wounds,
but that Hank Vaughn's chances of recovery
are very slight. The ball which entered his
left nipple has not been extracted, aud phy
siciaus think that it will prove fatal to him.
A Prompt Coli.kctor. Sheriff J. M
Shelley deserves credit for the prompt man
ner in which he has collected taxes, delin
quent ami otherwise. He ha collected
from parties that have been owing for sever
al years, and never before has there been a
less amount delinqne it
Arm Broken. On Monday last Frank
Poindexter, a 13 year, old son of Mr J N
Poindexter formerly of this city, while skat'
ing in the Mechanic Pavilion at Portland
was run into by a young man and knocked
down, breaking both bones of bi left fore-
Died. Grandfather Walker died at
SpnnstieM Vfeduewlay, ami was buried at
the Msaouic cemetery of this city, the fol-
lowing riav. He M nearly Vfcr ol
An Old Pioneer Cone.
Kx-Gov Joseph Gale, who dates his resi
dence in Oregon from 134, died at his home
in Eagle valley, I'uiou county, on the 13th
IWetnber, He was one of tho three com
missioners who ooustituted the only govern
ment of what is now Oregrtn and Washing
ton territory, prior to the orL'anintiim of
Oregon Territory. Ho passed Ills entire
lifo on tho frontier, and had been' many
years past a resident of Kagle (valley. He
was one of the first settlers of Washington
county, and built the first aw mill in the
county early in the forties on A hnt ia kiffiwu
as (ialu creek, a small tributary of the Tual
atin. Gale's peak, an abrupt aud sightly
point of tho coast range foothills, near tho
old mill sits is well known to nimroda of
the present day. Mr Galo was a worthy
citizen, and, a frontiersman of a type rap
idly vanishing from earth. Ths record is si
lent as to his exact ng, but it must have
bordered closely upon four score and ten
SiNdi LAR Aividkn r.Ou last Monday in
East Portland Clarence ltoynton, a fourteen
year old son of Mr J K Boynton, ono of the
bookkeeper in Ladd Tilton'a bank met
his death by falling into a well on their
premises oil Sixth street, between K and I.
iu East Portland. His mother had railed
him into the yard from the strvrt, whore he
was playing with a school unto, to draw a
bucket of water, and in so doing, the plank
ing around the well btfiug wet and 'slippery
he fell over the railing to the bottom head
downward. When extricated and examined
by Dr IialVety his neck was found to have
been broken, showing that ho died almost
instantly, and was not drowned. His face
and head w ere also cut in several places, no
uouov oy sinning against file wall of tho
well, which was about 50 feet deep,
X otit.li, li or Niirc Throat
should bo stopped. Nileet frequently result
In an Incurable l.nnsr linc or Con-
I'll"". IIIIOM.N'N HltOM III tl,
'I ! lit arV --rluln to ultr rrlii-i in
"'"'" irotieinu, round, ntnrrh,
iiniimXlve mill Tlirom ll..
For l H'r the Troches have lieen recom
mended by physicians, and always gjve per
fect satisaction. They arc not new or un
tried but having been tested by w ide and eon
stant use for nearly an entire generation, tliey
have attained well merited rank among the frw
staple remedies of the age. I'ultlir kpo till
er and NintrPrsi use them to clear and
strengthen the Voice. Sold at 2.'i cents a Imix
The IV rill III ii Nyrlip has cured thous
ands who were mitfering from Dyxjiepsia, De
bility, Liver Complaint, Bolls, 'llumors, Fe
male Complaints, etc. PiiiniilileU free to any
ildreis. Sftlt W l-'mv le nii'l Sons, Huston.
I . A
GOODS AT COST
REMEMBER AT THE
From now on until CHRISTMAS'
everybody who buys 3 worth of
Goods will receive a
CHIKKY St IflYn
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and
ITEWn tliLr'ft Anl let v.rtWt.K:k
y which we will sell at ttrratly reduced
', , ..:,., .,,k.i. Mee i..ir.-tiKin!r
i R,,rntit-.I. Wsirrrooni - i in Kihth
' tu-t 4 the Ku-enc UY r l.mrins .'liu.-
Lumber I Lumber) '
J. B. Rhinehart lias been appointed agent
of the Springfield Mill Co. He can offer
batter figures for lumber now than ever be
fore. All kinds of building lumber delivered
on short notice and fH rery low figure.
Dou't fail to soo Itrtiueliart before ordering'
elsewheie. We propose tHell lumber, anT 1
don't forge it "
Boots and Shoes.
, We have just received direct from fir(r
hand in New York, Boston and San Fran-'
cisoo a very large and complete stock of
Hoot Ami Shoe and are prepared to offer'
inducements to purchasers as to quality, -quantity
T. G. Hendricks.
Wantkd. 10,000 bushels of oat deliv
ered at "our warehouse at the depot, for
w hich the highest market price will be paid.-
Stop a Moment and Read This-
Uk at this list of goods just ived af
the Farmers and Mechanics Clothing 8tdr.-
acque Nut om f 10 to JJ17.
Scotch sacij '
frock suit from 112 50'
Sacquc or ro k diagonal suits from 11350'
t J $.-.
Broadcloth .-oats and rest. diamnaL
Piiuce Allvrt coats and vests. Just thai
thing for Holiday presents.
Several new lines of overcoat, rerersibl' ,
ami ulsters, all grades aud prices, from $7 5'
to J .11.
Derby shirt, teckties and the finest line o'
neckwear in the city.
New hat and cans, wool' scarf and
10 ilillerent styles of underwear, all grade'
aud prices. "
1 lie he it stock of silk and linen handker-'
chiefs, hosiery, Ac, for the holidays, in the
latest style of hats $1 to 23 00, Cant'
from Jl to il 23. Boy hats and cap.
The best lino of pants patterns and suit'
in tho city, lasluners, Diagonal. Scotch
! and Ameriom cloths. Suits made to order"
from 30 up.
Pants made to order from $8 50 upl Dark
gray Oregon cashmere pants, f,V All wool'
pants 4 .Ml 4 75, S 95 50, fti. Pant$l 75,
2 50, $3 50. Overalls 50 cents, 73 cent,
$1, (1 25. Diagonal pants from 15 to $8.
Tho only Geut Furnishing goods store la1
Kugcim City. Clothing cat for anybody.
All goods marked in plain figures, and1
strictly one cosh price for all.
Call mid examine our goods before buying:
Farmer Mechanics Store,
it. J. GRAHAM, Manager.
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FOR HOLIDAYS I
Manufacturers of all Kinds of
A Frames &
In the WilUmrtte Valley 3outh of Portland
prices. Dealers will find it to their adnt 0
rlwh - m. All order tilled promptly. 8ati.f.
Street Went ol Willamette. MannnssMorT
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