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CITY AND COUNTY.
For good deutistry go to Davit.
Go to Goldsmith' fur groceries.
Goldsmith keeps tho beat cigars.
Bring your chickens to Bettman's.
Job work fc ipeciality at tb Gcard office
Sea notice of city election in kMltW col
Kw etyle ladle visiting card) at th
Bettman will pay more (or chicken In Cub
tbao any one In town.
Goldsmith keeps the best line of groceries,
tad sells them chesp,
p. B. Dunn will pay the highest market
cash prict for wheat '
The only place where you can always sell
your chickens Is at Bettman's.
Horse cuts printed at the Guard office at
at reasonable rate and in good style.
. The Gcard would prore an acceptable
present to some friend in the East
Cub pid for CHICKENS, HIDES, TAL
LOW and BEES-WAX at A Goldsmith'
D. Hyman will pay the highest m arket
price in cash for hides, fat, tallow and bees
Mr P F Castl )mn was here this week
baying horses. Mi bought 11 paying from
490 to $125 apiece
A mother and son killed by King of the
Blood I The mother was Dyspepsia, the sou
General Uuliappuiess. See ad.
MrS H Friendly will pay the highest
cash market pnoe for wheat. Give him
all before selling your grain elsewhere.
The drummers have fairly over-run this
city during the last two weeks. At one
time there were eight of them here at once.
a r ' ,i
Auypsy isnuir nave neen camped this
week on the lot formerly occupied by Dunn's
lumber yard, plying their trade in fortune
There will be a children's concert at the
Presbyterian Church, on Saturdty evening,
Marcs 13th, given by the Children's Mission
When you feel a cough or bronchial affec
tion creeping on the langa, take Ayer's Cher
ry Pectoral, arid cure it before it becomes
incurable, v .
Isaac Stevens ''lias recently completed one
of the longest line of fencing in the connty,
on his stock farm on the McKenzie. It is
over 4 miles long.
At the meeting of the Commou Council,
Moaday evening, Mr F W Oiburn was ap
pelated Recorder to fill the unexpired term
of H C Humphrey, resigned.
Marshal Moore gives notice that he will
proceed to collect delinquent city taxes,
after the 20th iost., levy on the property.
He has been positively iuatructed by the
Council to pursue this course..
On last Wednesday, eo 8 Washbnrne,
attorney fur the estate of V C Lee deceased,
filed in the County Clerk's oflice the inven
tory ef the said estate. It is a voluminous
document containing -12 pages.
Persons having land for sale either im
proved or nniinproved can learn something
tu tboir interest 'jy calling upon or address
ing Geo. M. Miller,
Ileal F.statu Agent, Eocene City, Oregon.
MrCF Bealtie, of Oregon Ciy, Chair
man of the Democratic State Central Com
mittee, who has been ill for some time of
hemorrhage of the lungs, is, we regret to
learn, not making any improvement, and his
recovery is despaired of.
The Guard office has just received a new
atock of litter and bill heads. There is no
die of writing your letters aud bills on
plain paper when you can get a neat business
like head printed for but little more than
the paper costs. Call and examine our sam
ples. Primary Meetings.
The Democratic primary meeting of South
Eugene precinct will be held at Lane's Hall,
at 1 o'clock P M, on the 25th inst. The
North Eugene primary will be held at the
Body Recovered. 'Die remains of Russell
Price, the young man who was drowned at
Elephant Rock, in the Santiam river, on the
7th of November, were found 40 miles below,
near Waterloo, on Friday afternoon, March
10th. A dog was observed to go up and down
the river several times and then was followed
to the remains which he had visited. The body
could only be recognized by the pantaloons,
which corresponded with the vest and coat
which young Price had taken off before he
went into tho riter, and by the socks on his
feet, which his mother had knit. The remains
were taken to Albany on Sr.nday afternoon
last, and in the presence of many sorrowing
friends received a Christian burial. Rev I H
Condit conducting the services.
Pcblic Debate. The Laurean Society
held a public session in the University chapel
Friday evening March 10th, when the ques
tion Resolved, "That the Bible is the unin
spired work of man," was debated. The
affirmative was championed by Geo Koland,
leader, A L Frazer, Darwin Bristow A C
Woodcock, W T Campbell, O A Dorris; neg
ative, by J M Neville, leader, George Hill,
HH Hendricks, i N Goltra, and others,
The question was spiritedly debated, and
was decided in favor of the affirmative. A
large audience listened to the debate
Died lit the Mocktains. From the Mc
Kenzie mail carrier we learn that Mr Peter
8otUe, proprietor ef the Belknap Spring",
was found dead in a cabin aboat a mile from
the springs, Wednesday. He started oat oo
an elk huat Monday, nod not retruoing
earth was made for him by the neighbors
wke tracked him through the snow to the
place where he died. He had become ex
hausted and died, probably of congestion1 of
the lungs. Ha was about 50 years of age,
and leaves n family of aix orphan children.
Tarn Hiwt Tk- Kn.i.i.n. Riji.
kin's B.uar. Inquire at thi effic i
Euoesi City, Mar, 13, 1881.
Council met pursuant to ordinance.
Present Mayor Hendricks, Councilman
Campbell, JoIiumou, Edris, Sloan and Lsuer;
Minutes of the last meeting read and
The resignation of Recorder Humphrey
for the year ending April 3, 18(12, was read.
On motion the same was accepted, and F VI
Osburn elected to fill the unexpired term.
Finance committee reported the following
bills correct, and on motion, warrants were or
dered drawn on the treasury for the several
VMcFarland, $8 50.,
J J Bell vail, f 1 50.
J B Uhinehart, 21 82.
TU Judkins, $3 00.
C T Johnson, $3 50.
Hiram Smith, 16 49.
II C Humphrey, H00.
The petition of Samuel Clifford and others
for a survey of Eleventh street was' read,
and on motion, was ordered to lay over one
The petition of Win Edris, J W Johnson
and others, praying for a six foot sidewalk
on the north side of Sixth streot from Wil
lamette to High, was read, and on motion,
the prayer of the petitioners was granted,
aud the walk ordered to be completed in 40
On motion the street committee was in
structed to examine the road bordering on
the west side of the railroad from Eighth to
Seventh street, and report at the next meet
ing as to the advisability of reptitiug the
Blank ordinance reducing the fees of
nightwatch was read, and on motion, the
same waa laid on the table by the following
vote: ayes Lauer, Peters, Sloan and Edris;
noes Campbell aud' Johnson.
On motiuu the rules were suspended and a
warrant ordered to be drawu on the treas
urer in favor of F B Dunn for $25, for rent
of Council Chamber for aix months.
F W Osburn, Recorder elect, appeared
and took the oath of office.
The following bills were presented and re
ferred to the finance Committee:
J J Bellvail, $5;
B F Dorris, $3 75;
F M Wilkins, $0 W; '
A S Pattsmon, 91 49;
Robinson ft Church, 38 eta;
L C M A, 83 25;
V McFarland, $1;
R G Callison, 62 cU
On motion, J R Campbell and R S Bean
were appointed judges for the easuiag City
On motion the Marshal was instructed to
proceed to the collection of delinquent taxes
Ou motion the Marshal was instructed to
enforce Section 5 of the Amended Charter,
which prohibits delinquent taxpayers from
voting at auy city election.
Ou nutiuu, adjourned.
F. V. Osburn, Recorder.
Cause for Complaint.
The manner in which the Teachers Insti
tute, held in this city recently, was con
ducted, has given rise to considerable com
plaint. The object of an institute is to allow
free interchange of experieuce and ldas
between the teachers of the county, for
whose beuefit it is supposed to be held.
Heretofore the local teachers have been as
signed a place in the programme, but this
year their claims to consideration were ig
nored, anil with the exception of two teach-
ers, Profs. I.ee aud Durkve, the teachers of
the public schools of the county had to be
contented to sit at the feet of Gamaliels in
lence. The public schools throughout the
county were dismissed to allow the teachers
to attend the institute, aud it should have
been arranged so that some benefit should
have accrued to the teachers for the expense
entailed by ressou of the vacation allowed.
The cost of the Eugene publio school alone
is nearly $100 per week. The causo for
complaint is well founded, and those having
future institutes in charge should recognize
the claims of local teachers to a hearing;
Fine Bekf. Mr A Matthews of Pleasant
Hill sold this week, to Mr Millican, 20 head
of as fine steers as we ever saw. They were
stall fed and averaged 1442 pounds, gross.
He received four cents per pound, an aver
age of $57 6S per head, the entire amount
received for the 20 bead being $1,153 60.
Mr Matthews makes the business pay. The
cattle were driven to Harrisburg. and from
there shipped to Salem.
Amount or Land. The amount of gov
ernment land in the Itosebnrg district, com
prising portions of Linn, Benton add Lake,
and all of Lane, Douglas, Coos, Cnrry. Jose
point and Jackson counties, is, by estima
tion, nW..ut 9,uHK),00( cre, the greater part !
of which i nnsurvryed and mountainous
perhaps S.OOO.'HW acres are surveyed ana
mostly covered with titaW.
Barber Suor. Mr Hugh Kenshaw has
purchashod the barlr shop formerly owned
by George Archbtrger, and is prepsred to
accommodate his customers with a good
shave, hair cutting, shsinporting. etc., in a
workmanlike manner. (Jive him a call-
HufiTiNQ Land. A couple of Germans
from Dakota, in search of a body of land
large enough for a colony of W families, are
stopping at the St. Charles Hotel Here is
n chance tor some of our large land owners
to make a sale.
L 0. O. F. TrurLE. The contract for
boilding the I 0 O F Temple, at Harrisburg.
was let to Mr. Martin, of Harrisburg, Mon
day, for $7,900. Mr G Hickatheir of this
city was an nnsoeceesful bidder.
Wheat Sold. Mr. James Ebbert has
.M li nrsl fm.hels o wheat which he bad
ttnrA in his warehouse In this cut. it
be shipped below as soon a poesiblei
At a mass tost ting of Anti-Monopolist of
Iao County, held in Eugsoe City, March
11th $fi2. the following resolutions were
Resolved, That we demaud of our Sena.
tors and Representatives the regulation of
pilotage and towage on the Columbia river
and bar, ao as to destroy the present rnonop
oly in that business and open the name to
Resolved, That the fees of the Clerk and
and Sheriff bi reduced or make them salaried
Resolved, That fares and freight on rail
roads should be controlled by law compel!.
ing them to submit to a just law regulating
interchange of commerce.
Resolved, That railroad compauiea should
be compelled to pay for stock killed by them
in the county where the damage occur.
Resolved, That w demand of the pres'
ent political parties that they place in norni
nation only suck men as will pledge them
selves to use their ntmost endeavor to se
cure the passage of laws iu accordance with
the foregoing resolutions and other that
may be for the best interest of the whole
Resolved, That the Secretary be in
structed to furnish the Eugene Gcard and
Journal with copies of the foregoing, with
request that they be pnblished and all State
paper friendly to (aid .resolutions are invited
to copy the same.
A. C. Jennings, Secretary.
Disastrous Attempt at Lynchino . H . C.
Laws, who fatally wounded Frank Calavan
in a shsoting affray at LaogeU'i valley a
short time ago, during which he was shot
three time in the leg, two of the bullets
making flesh wounds and the other striking
the bone near the ankle, was arrested a few
day ago in Alturas, Modoo county, Califor
nia. Last Saturday night 10 or 12 masked
men rode into Liukville, and entering Green
man's Hotel, where the prisoner waa in the
custody of Deputy Sheriff J F Lewis aud
Justice Wright, awaiting examination before
the Utter on Monday, and demanded him
with the avowed iutention ef lynching him.
When they entered the hall they were or
dered to halt, and on refusing Lewis fired
hi revolver, wounding one of the parties
slightly. The lynchers returned the fire,
killing the Deputy Sheriff sud wounding
JuitieeV right slightly, and then left with
out taking Laws. The excitement is insense
end feeling in Langcll valley very strong
Hamilton Heard From. It is learned
from good authority, say the Standard, that
Charles Hamilton, the paramour of Carrie
Bradley and one of her accomplice in the
murder of James K Brown, is lying sick at
Mazatlan, Mexico. The report in circulation
at the time the cirenmstances of the murder
were made public that he bad ssiled from
San Francisco on the steamer Kewboruo, it
seems, is correct. He has written to friends
in San Francisco, stating that he was sick
aud out of funds, and that no one around
him could speak English except the doctor.
Chief Crowley, of San Frauciico, has in
formed the authorities here, aud It is possi
ble that at no very distaut day we shall
baye the Bradley gang completed, by the ad
dition of the toughest one of the lot, Chas.
Hatmltou, to the number now in prison
Railroad Work. Says tho Roseburg
Plaiudealer: "The route of the 0 4 C U It
extension is becoming alive with men, espe
cially Chinamen, of whom there are now
abi.ut 250 at work on the grade l Roberts'
hilL They are strung all along between here
and said hill, blasting out the high rocky
pniut aud grading. There are now about
600 Chinamen at work for the company, who
want about 9,000 more of these Mongolian
animals to handle the drill, pick, shovel and
wheelbarrow. The work is progressing rap
idly. SKirPED. A wandering tailor giving his
name a Frank Morgan located here a few
weeks ago, aud by a steady appearance soon
gained the confidence of tome of our mer
chants and ran small bills. He had plenty
of work to do, but the bilk element waa pre
dominant in him, sud the first of this week
he jumped the town leaving hi creditor
unpaid. We would adviso the newspaper
of the place he next locates in to collect their
bills of him in advance. Pass him around.
Sentenced to the Penitentiary. James
McFarland, whit was taken from here to
Portland seveial weeks since, was convicted
in the U. 8. District Court recently of sell
ing whisky to Indians in Umatilla county
last October. Thin was his third offense,
and he was sentenced by Judge Deady to 18
months in the penitentiary. When he gets
out this time he will probably retire from
the business of giving whisky to government
Died. Lore Louise, daughter of St John
and Amanda Skinner, died id Willamette
Forks precinct, Friday, March 10th, of
diphtheria, aged 11 months aud 10 days.
The burial took place at the Masonic ceme
tery, Sunday, at 2 o'clock, Rev. U R Geary
officiating. The bereaved parents have the
sincere sympathy of many friends.
Republican Convention. The Republi
can County Ccatral Committee of Lane
county have called a county convention for
the purpose of electing eight delegates to
the State Conyeutioa, and to nominate a
county ticket, on Saturday, April 15tb: pri
mary meetings will be held Saturday, April
Ten DaY. Jack Gilpin, wbo was taken
to Portland by Mr J B Underwood last
week, was convicted of giving whisky to an
Indian, in the U. S. District Court, and was
sentenced to ten day imprisonment' It
only cost about $200 to convict him of an of
fense which meet with so light a sentence.
AccnoN.-B M Moore will sell at hi farm
at auction, Mrch 2jth, hi tock, grain and
Friday Marin id.
morn ma session 90:
Institute called to order by County Superin
Opened with solo, "The Bridge," Prof. 0. P.
The subject of renmsnahlp was opened by
Prof. Lee, who brought forward some very
good ideas In regard to his mode of teaching
iwnrnanship, followed by a general discussion
by the institute.
After recess County Supt, Gill opened the
suojecc oi ncnooi uovtrnment, which was
quite thoroughly discussed by the institute.
Supt Gill appointed the following commit
tee on resolutions: E. P. Hendersen, M. E.
Judkins, Chas. Huffman, Miss Ma Under
wood and Misa lone CranfilL
AFTERNOON SESSION 1:30:
Institute called to order by Supt GilL
1 ne subject o( Heading was first taken up
and discussed by the Institute.
Followed by the question box under which
head quite a number of pertinent questions
were taken up and discussed.
The subitct of Natural History waa contin
ued by Prof. Condon, taking a his theme, the
history of the first tribe that inhabited th
glsbe. Discussion by institute.
Prof. Powell made a few remarks in regard to
holding a State Teachers Normal Institute at
Salem, sometime during July.
No. teachers enrolled, 80.
Th following resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, 1. That Jthe thanks of the insti
tute are due to Trof Lambert and Dr. Browne,
for th able and interesting lectures delivered
by them; and to Prof, Condon for his series of
instructive lectures; also to Prof. Lee for his
very lucid and entertaining blackboard illus
trations, also for his appropriate address of
2, That' our worthy State Suierintendent,
Prof. L. J. Powell, is entitled to our hearty
thanks for his untiling efforts to advance the
cause of education among us and throughout
the State-He 1 the right man in th right
3, And the young ladiet wbo so kindly
favored us with music; especially Miss Laura
Goltra, Misa Mae Underwood and the Misses
4, That our thanks are due to the officers of
the institute, for their faithfulnessjin thi dis
charge of their respective duties.
5. That we Under our thanks to the O. C
R. R, Co. for reduced rates of fare to our
members traveling on their road; and also to
the citizens of Eugene for their hospitalities
extended to us duriug the session of the insti
6, That the editors of th city paper b re
quested to publish these resolutions in their re
spoctive.paper. Letter from Moscow, I. T.
Moscow, I. T., March 6, 1832.
Editor Guard. Thinking a few note
from thi lection of country .night be of in
terest to some ef your readers, I send you
the, following brief description of Moscow
and vicinity: Moscow is situated in the west
ern part of Llnho Territory, about four miles
from the Washington line, and about twenty
miles north of Sunk river. It is aery
thriving country village, and is surrounded
by the most fertile fanning lands to be found
in the northwest; the rolling land producing
all the cereals to perfection, while the low
lauds are equally as productive, Lil are sub
ject to severe frosts which render them in a
measure unprofitable for farming purposes,
but are unsurpassed for grazing. The staple
prriddction here at present is flax, which is
being contracted for th coming season at $1
per bushel delivered on the river. Wheat
raising is mire munerative on account of the
high rates cha.ged for transportation to the
sea board, but if the farmers could realize
the present price paid in the Willamette
Valley, they would soon become independ
ent. Moscow contains about two hundred
inhabitant, who are a strictly moral and up
right people. At present there are three
dry goods stores, one drug store, 'harness
shop, tin shop, hardware store, jowelry es
tablishment, butchel shop, two saloons,
three hotels, throe blacksmith shops aud one
wagon shop, besides the usual number of
carpenter shops, all ef which are doing a
good business. The residents of thi place
aud vicinity are considerably elated t pres
ent over the prospects of a railroad iu the
near future, the 0 R k N Co having prom
ised to construct a branch of their road to
this place in time to trausport the coming
crop. There are no vacant house in thi
place at present, aud rent is very high.
B. F. Bond.
Cha Lauer was in Portland thi week.
A S Power i on hi way home from
Mr J W Wright, of Junction, was in town
J W Cherry and G 8 Kincaid went to
W H Odell, ef th Salem Statesman, has
returned from the East.
Mr Geo B Dorris was at Albany this week
attending the Circuit Court for Linn couotyi
Mr II C Humphrey was a passenger on
the steimer State of California, which tailed
from Portland Thursday.
Mr L G Adair took a trip to Portland thi
week. Mr Perkins of Drains conduct th
railroad office durirg bis absence.
Mr R S Boan was at Salem tud Albany
this week in attendance on the Supreme
Court in the former city, and the Circuit
Court in the latter.
Rbxipbucu Sold. We are informed that
Mr Van Hon ten ba sold the residence oc
cupied by Mr Bryson to David Coleman for
$2,1 j0. FM Wilkins sold his residence to
Daniel Test for $350.
Seattle, W. T.( March 18, 1
H. Hi Warner k Co.: Sir Aftr
over tea year with kidney compUftif.
eured( J,nd h, eT,r
use of your Male Kidney ana
of tb disease sincet
The National Surgical Institute of Indian
apolis with branches at Philadelphia, Atlanta,
Ga., and San Francisco, which has a national
reputation, will permanently establish a brunch
at Portland, Oregon.
Two of the skilled surgeons of this Institute
preaml with every needed aparatus for the
successful treatment of ciippUs will meet all
the old patients and such new ones as may de
sire treatment this year at the follow Ing places:
Portland, St Charles Hotel, April !)th, 10th
and 11th; Allany, April 12th and 13th; The
Dalles, April 17th; Walla Walla, April 19th
and 20th, and Seattle April 25th and 20th, and
lureafter at Portland, Oregon, on the first two
weeks of May and November of each year,
commencing XovemW ISSj.
Beware of all traveling doctors who may
claim to represent any other intitute, for this
is the only surgical institute on thin oust with
facilities aud experience for the treatment of
deformities. J. M. HlNKI E, M. 1.
Geo, W. Hanut, M. D.
Surgeons in charge National Surgical Insti
tute No. 319 Bush street, San Francisco.
One or More Surgeons
From th Pacific Surgical Iuatitute, 305
Kearny Street, San Francisco, will be at
the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Roseburg, March
19 and 20: at the St Charles llotul, Kngoiie
City, Marjh 21 and 22; and at the St
Charles Hotel, Albany. March 24 and 25.
fully prepared to treat all tho Diseases and
Deformities treated at thi Iuatitute, such
as Spiual Diseases and all diseases of the
Joint, Rupture, Nasal Catarrah, Chrmic
Rheumatism, Lung Diseases, Paralysis,
Nervous Diseases, Piles', Fistula, and Fe
male Diseases. This is tho only authorized
branch of th Great Northwestern Surgical
Institute on the l'acifio Coast, and desires
not to be confounded with any tithef Insti
tution. Grange Delegate.
Th subordinate Graogea of Lane county
will elect three delegate each, at their uext
meeting, to attend a couuty meeting at Eu
gene City, Tuesday, April 7, 1882, at ene
o'clock P. M. The object of said meeting
will be to elect representatives to the State
Grange. Allen Bond,
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This grsat remedy was discovered
sionary in Month America, 3
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Station 1). Skw York Citv " ShiUh's
, 7burn 4 Cu.aUj
Far Urn Back
ANNOUNCE MYSELF AM
date for the office of CITY M A H.
; 'Jie City election April S, 1(W2-
THIS PAPEH PZ '7"nA "
for u IS Mjlw 1 Okkj
Tlae Peruvian Nyrnp has cured thous
ands who were sulfering from Dysiiepsla, De
bility, Liver Complaint, IJolU, Humors, Fo:
male Coiuplulnts, eta. Pamphlets free to any
ess. iSelli W Fowls sml Sons, Boston.
Ktm'plcss nuSu, mode miserable by that ter
rible cough, rdiiloh's Cure is the remedy.
A 'onh, Coltl or No re Throat
should W stoplH'd. Neglect frequently result
la an Inenrnble l.nns niaraae or Ton
nmplloo, IIIIOW V IIUON4 III l
'I Hor III: are rerialn lo ulye rellrf In
Aallnna llrourhllli, Cougha, Catarrh,
Conauiiipilve anil Throat IMsennes.
Kor 'M peur thi 'lynches have Iwn recom
mended hy physicians, ami always give er
fsct satisfaction. They art not new or un
tried but having been tested by wide ami con
stant use for nearlv nn entire generation, they
hav attained well merited rank aniomrtbe few
staple remedies of the ago. Public HCli
T ami Mlii';cr use them to clear and
strengthen the Vols?. Sold at '.'.' cent a box
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Coughs
Cold Asthimi, Kromdiitis, Consumption, loss
of voice, lulling in the throat, or any affection
of the thro.it or lungs, wk k mow that 1k.
Kino'bNkw llisom-.iiv will gie you imme
diate relief. We know of hun Ircds of roses it
has completely cured, and that where all other
medicines m failed. ISo other n uuily ran
show one half as many rKiuiA.iENri'UiKN. Now
to give you satisfactory proof that Diu Kino's
New liricov:iiY will cure yon of Asthma, Hay
Fever, BrnnehitU, Consumption, sovere 'otighs
iiul Cohk HoarscnesH, or any Throat or Lung
Disease, if you will call at ilkius', The Ku
,'ene t!ity Priiggiht, yuu rim (,'ct a trhl bottle
niKR or cost, o a rwrular i.e bottle for ?1.
Miilliollnml, Junction I 'ity. Ilisle', Davis k
Co, Wholesale AuentM, Portland,
L ' 1
AL12XANDKK, J. R-Justice of the IW
South Eugene Precinct; ollice at Court I louse.
A I! RAM 8, W. II. 11KO. -Planing mill,
:udi, door, blind ami moulding manufactory,
Kigbth street, cat of mill race. Kvcrythimj
in our line furnished on short notice and
reasonable terms. ,
IlKT'nt AN. l. l'ry goods, clothing,
groceries sml general nuTchandise, southwest
corner Willamette oiul Eighth streets.
BOOK STOHK-One door south of the Astor
House. A full stock of assorted box pnper
plain and fancy.
CHAIN BROS. -Dealer in Jewelry, Watch
es, ( locks ami Musical Instruments - u
Inniette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, It. O. Dealer In groceries, pro-
visions, country pM!iice,canneil goods, books,
stationery, etc., southwest corner Willamette
and Pth Sts.
DOUniS, GEO. B. -Attorney and Counsellor
at Law. Ollice on Willamette street, Eu
DOHIUS, B. F.-DeaW in Stoves and Tin
wnro- Vt illamotto street, between heventll
FRIENDLY, 3. H. Dealer In dry poods,
clothing and general merchandise W illaiu
ette street, between Kighth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-Ncwspaper, book and job
priiitiugoflice, corner illumette amlnoventn
GILL, J. T. -Physician, Surgeon and Drug
gist, J'ostullire, illiiinetto s reel, neiween
Seventh and Eighth.
HAYS, KOBT. Wines, LliUors, and Ci-
f:ar of the best quality kept constantly on
land. The best billiard tablo in town.
HENDltlC'KS, T. (. Dealei In general mer-
ebnndise northwest corner W Ulumette and
HOPES, C Keeps on band fine wines, lH(
uors, cigars and a pool anil uiinnni laiuei
Willamette street, between Eighth and
HORN, CIIAS. M. Gunsmith. Kitles nr.J
shot guns, breech anil muzzlo loviiers, lor sine.
Hop liring done iu the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop on iUli street.
HAYES ft LUCKKY Druggist and dealer
iu paints, oils, etc. illatuette street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
LYNCH, A -Gnwries, provision, fruiU, veg-
etaldes, etc., Willamette siroei, ursi uoor
south of Pustofliu.
LUCKEY.J. K Watchmaker nnd Jeweler;
keeps a line stock ol pimn in nis line, miuu
etto street, In Ellsworth's drug store.
McCLAUHN, .IA MES -Choice, wlnes.llmiors,
. . ...... . L 1. .... 1..V.1.4I.
am! oK'ara - W 11 lumeiie sireei, utnwoen r.iK""'
OSBIMIN ft CO. Dealers In drngs, 'medicine.
chemicals, oils, paints, etc V illauiette U,
opposite H. Charles Hotel 1
PATTERSON, A. S. Aline stock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PKESTON, WM.-Pouler In Saddlery, liar.-
nesw, Carriago trimmings, etc. wiuumeue
street betwoon Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICII A new stock of standard
school book) just received at the post ollice.
REAM, J. K. Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willamette and Seventh
ST CHARLES HOTEL t lianas tin
ker, Proprietress. The best I Into in the
;ity. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets
SCHOOL HCPPLIKfl-A large and varied
assortment of slates of nil sizes, and quantities
of slutos ami slute books. Three doors north
of the express ollice.
THOMPSON k BEAN-Attornrys-nt-Law
Willamette street, between tievenin ami
WALTON, J. J. Attorney -at-Law. Ulhce-
WillametU) street, between flevenlii
N ALL CASES OF BILIOUSNESS AND
J Malaria in every form Ma preventive an
cure of all kinds of Fever, lr. Ilolmaii a I
i i i : jC
is a perfect success; aim ior i 'y)w"ynhe
Hend.'M'h and nervous priistration.oHuw at
is applied over the pit of t ttAier amt
great nerve centerit annihiUtpttomRok. It
once. It removes T'orpidiirt'oismis caused
restores a natural aetiojufncer, Malarial or
neutralizes sml ilestrff vitalise the whole
by the Virus ofSrf'triie tonic. It regulates
Contagious )rloiiiHOh so successfully
system iOeeornps perfect
the t.lrf' A. LiMiuiis says: "It is nearer
tho-n Panacea than anything in medicine."
yh done on the principle of Absorption, of
ich Ml. 1IULMAN S PAD i. tb n;n-
only true exponent
For all Kidney Trouhlosi use DR;
HOL.MAN a RENAL OU KIDNEY PAD,
the best remedy in the world and recommended
by the &idical Faculy.
IIUWAIIK OV HOG I A PADS.
EACH GENUINE HOLMAN PADbearsthe
'rival Hevroue Ma nip of the HOL
MAN PAD CO. with the aUve trade mark
printed in green. Jluy none without it
FOli MILK BY ALL DIM (.GIST.
Dtt IIOLMAN'S advice isfne. Full tre'
tise sent on applic ition. l.Krcss
1IOL.TI p.id rr.,
V.O. V.ax ZllXnr P.ro&dway, New York;
47 'F-KMUa.tyse ki.TOKfiisily mri.C,tl
I iiitflt frp. Ail.lr.v 1 hi a Co, Aiuiinte, Me.
TUB f AND
Stnmacli, iUk) KidnevS
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