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CITY AND COUNTY,
. "ShoWf BUUICMM.
Cold ar ppula.
Everybody wat rain.
Stranger eontlnu abundant,
For good deutistry gotoCUrV. '
Jrlag your chickens to Betlma'.
To-morrow it the first day nt October.
'Quantities of fresh NenUon la th market
Tho Stat Fair Wat success financially,
Medical Lake Salt at Hiyi and Lqckey'i
Six poundi of toffee (or ft at Goldsmith'
Job work a speciality at tk Guano office
Hop pliimg i completed for the season of
8ee change ia the Sheriff Sale advertise
taient. Cot d furniture aad low "prices, ia Ream's
All kiade of grait teed for sal at A Gold
emith'. The highest cuh price paid for wheat by
t B Dunn.
Cherry k Day keeps the beet stock of under
Ja:k Frost msle rA appearance lut Wed
Bettmaa will pay Store for chickeus in Cash
than any one in town.
Goods delivered te any part ef the city
See summons tad administrator'! notice
ia another column.
Fresh citrate of magnesia made daily at
At Hayi and Lackey's.
The Good Templars of this city lew nieot
ia Odd Fellows Hall.
The carpenters are at Work on the new brick
store ef Lynch 4 Page.
The only place where you can always sell
year chiekeus is at Bettmao's.
Eugene Hook and Ladder Co No I, meet at
Dunn's Hall Monday evening.
10,000 people wanted to eat at the new res
taurant kept by Mrs 0 J Laird.
Mattie Taylor is charming child actress.
BF Alt, Una's Hall, Monday night
Mr Milt McMurray has built a small real
Ience iutt west of his blacksmith shop.
The fire engine for this city was shipped
from the manufactory one day this week.
Immense stack of crockery an J glassware
t greatly reduced prices at Goldsmith's.
The number of bogs that are r.nw being put
ia shape for tnaket is larger than ever before.
Who is doing the undertaking business?
Keam. Who is selling the furniture? Ream.
Money plenty with everybody except the
printers. Delinquents Will please take notice.
If you want to get the highest price for
your HOPS call at Bkttjias' before selling.
Mr Clark Son of Albany secured the con
tract for the brick work on the new bank build
ing. White paper, just tho thing for writing
to pott with pencil, fof sale at the GUAtin
We are placed under obligations to Sena
tor T G Heudricks, for legislative docu
ments. . Sevral Portland genllemenpassed through
tiere this week en route to the noted Foley
Little Mtttie Taylor Is the cleverest of child
artists. S. F. Examiner. Lane's Hall, Mon
day, Oct 2.1 '
Ream don't advertise anything he can't
iiack when he says his stock c.f undertaking
goods is the Lest.
Messrs Hiekathier and Wkipp havedissolvrd
srtncridiip iu tlm marblo hiisiue-s. Mr Hick
thire will continue the bushiest,
A reunion of the students f the State Uni
versity was held in the cnsvl of that that in
stitution last Saturday evcuing.
When you come to town be sure and patron
ize the new restaurant, kept by Mrs 0 L Laird.
The beat of meals will be served.
Yon can get 3 cans of tomatoes for 50
cents, 1 can fresh peaches for 2 cents, and
the best tea in town at F B Dunns.
133 acres of good farmland well improved,
bear Eugeue City, for sale.
Geo. M. Miller.
MrS H Friendly will pay the highest
Cash market price for wheat Give him a
call before selling your grain elsewhere.
The Mattie Taylor Company gave the most
delightful performance ever given In Napa.
Napa Register. Lane's Hall, Monday evening.
. Mr W T Campbell is building a small resi
dence, to rent, on Olive street. Anyono want
ing to rent a desirable residence should call on
The sidewalks of this city are in a very
bad condition. If repairs are not made soon,
ome one will break au arm or leg, when the
eity will be called upon for heavy damages.
The Mattie Taylor Combination are a host
k talent, worthy of ovations for theirexcellence
In song, music, comedy and general entertain-ttirat.-
San Jose Herald. Laas's Hall Monday
Mrs O J Laird has re -opened the restaurant
on Willamette Street, and is now prspared to
furnish the beit of meals and at prices that
will suit the times. Give her a trial and be
The largest assortment of folding chairs and
rockers, marble-top center tables, pier mirrors,
hat and eoat racks, window cornice and picture
moulding at Cherry and Day's, that bae ever
been brought to Eugene, all at prices that
can't be nnder-eold.
Ream, the undertaker and furniture deal
er, will receive in few day a splendid as
ortment of rawhide furniture, which He will
all rT trader any prices ever offered in
EagMtev LWt bay until you see his
Tew eaa get 10 Itw of sugar for I L
- " SI ft of coffee for St
" " llbsof teafocfl,
" " can ef eyelets for f L
M " 7 ease of tomatoes for (L
" " goods cheaper than elsewhere
at GokUaith's the eaeh gr xer.
"Di Ton Hear Johi liigT
At a meeting of the Democrat of
this city tho following resolution were
Whir tut, John Long was nominated bv
the Democratio convention of Lane County
ia April, as a Democrat, and
Wiikrias, Said Long was elected as a
Democrat to the legislative assembly by
Democrat at the June electiou, and
Whereas, The said Julia Long, contrary
to the asagns of the party and contrary to
tie will of the Democrats of Ian county,
Toted for John II Mitchell, a Republican, for
WmcRfAX, At the time eaid John Lone
voted for said Mitchell, there waa nominated
by the Democratio member of said legisla
tive assembly, a Democratio candidate for
Senator Therefore, be it
Kcholvkd, That we, the Democrat of
Lane county, in mas meeting assembled.
hereby denounce the act of said John Lung,
in voting for said Mitchell, as contrary to
the will of bis constituents, and
Reiolvrd, That we hereby arraign hi in
foi having betrayed the confidence reposed
ia him by the Democrats of this county, and
It nut Ved. That We hereby renuest the
said John Long to resign his seat as a mem
ber of said legislative assembly.
R. C. COCHIUN, Chairman.
F, W. OSBURN, Sec'y.
The New Paper.
We have examined a copy of the Los An
geles Evening Telegram, the paper that is
said to be enfont for this city, whero the
publication will Coutin under its press tt
management. The paper is Republican in
politics, of the Stalwart stamp, aud claims
to be only issae on the Pacific Const outside
of Sao Fr.tucisco, that furnishes the daily
dispatches, fresh from the wires. It is an
eight paper, five columns to the page, nice
clean type, and filled with Choice reading
matter and a large amount of advertising.
There is considerable (peculation here as
to it coming. Soma claim that it is the
Mitchell, or straight Republicans, who want
an organ for their party. Other say that
Mitchell' friend caused the dispatch to be
tent in order to intimidate the Oregoniait,
aud force them to Mitchell' support As
fur ourselves, we know nothing, nor do We
A dispatch dated Lo Angeles, Sept ISth,
says; The paper paid off it editorial staff,
compositors aud carriers to-day immediately
after the issuance of the last Lo Aogele
number. --Portland Standard.
Lane County Fair.
W take the following from the Harris
burg Disseminator, which we com
mend to the people of Lane county) "The
article in the Kugeue Guard, written by
Geo llelshaw, the well known successful
wheat raiser of Lane county, meets ur
Views so thoaroughly that we cannot refrain
from giving it entire. While farming in the
State of Illinois, we joined with others in
getting np the kind of fair that i proposed
to be held in our ueighbor-ccuuty. and it is
the only kind of a fair we ever took part in.
Where there are no entrance fees and no
premiums, the chance for swindling opera
tions are lessened, and a more purely agri
cultural exhibit is obtained, and better fuel
ing prevails. We believe that if fuir were
carried on iu this manner generally bettor re
sults would come from them and would sug
gest to our Lane county neighbors to keep
them up in just that shape. We bespeak a
general Attendance at their fair from this
vicinity. It is in easy retell and will pa;- in
pleasure received (ruin the trip if nothing
All who- are interested in growing and
marketing fruits are rtcpiestcd to meet on
the first evening ot the fair, at 6 o'clock, at
the olKce of the Secretary, to take steps
towards the organisation of a Comity Horti
cultural Society. Legislation is being de
manded by the State Horticultural Society
iu the interests of Horticulture. Recognix
ing the fact that fruit growing will soon be of
paramount importance in this valley, and
that no other county in the State possesses
greater advantages for that health-giving,
wealth-giving business than our own, we ask
all interested to meet with us there aud help
us make a beginning of what Lane county
ought to have, a helpful, instructive and in
teresting Horticultural Society.
J. 8. Chcrchiiu
Ell I "Send me, dearest mother," wrote
a young Oregon State Uoiversity girl to her
parent recently, "a fresh upply of the do.
licious product of the Theobrome Cacao, un
adulterated with farioaceoa substance or
animal fata." "The darling girl," oliloquix
ed the fond mother, absently "how the is
improving. I have no idea what Ethelinda
can require, but I am sure that it is some
thing costly and connected with her varie
gated studies, so I will remit unto her a ten
dollar bill." And when Ethelinda opened
the letter she latched merrily, and with her
face beaming with smiles he turn to her
friend, Blanche Sibylline SmyfTe, and said,
Great akes, ain't tlfis gay t I thought the
old woman would't tumble. I wanted a
four-bit box of chocolate candy, ao I shot
the encyclopedia at her and she sent me au
X. Bully for she! Let's go and hoist in the
DltD, At her lata residence in this city,
Sunday morning, Sept 23th, Mr Joanah
Goodchild, aged 60 year and 9 month. The
funeral sermon waa preached at the M E
Church, Mmidsy, and the remain interred
in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, The deceased
had lived fi several years in tbi city, and
leave many wan friends, who will cherish
To Sxtt. Messrs Gee Nolaad" and! Geo
A Dorns, of thi eity, went to Salem Thor
day, for the porpnew of appearing before" the
Supreme Court, to attend the examination
required by law, o practice before the courts
oftbieSutav VT are assured too boya will
Mr Mulligan, ot McUinnville, ha moved
to thi city.
tr E G Clark paid Salem and Portland a
visit this week.
Mr James Humphrey and family have re
timed to Sesttle, W T.
Capt Flael, ot Astoria, came down from
Foley' springs Thursday.
Julius Goldsmith has accented a position in
Mtllis Bros store, Portland.
Mr A Lurch, of Cottage Grove, paid
Eugene a short visit this week.
Sam Rosenblatt, who ha been tu Colora
do for the past year, is in town.
Mr E J Haight aud wife, of Portland, paid
this city a pleasant visit this week.
Mr Win Renshaw and wife attended the
Mechanics Fair at Portland this week.
Deputy Sheriff Wallis went to Portland
Wednesday, to attend the Mechanic Fair,
Mr K P McConnvll of Wasco county, i
visiting relative and friend iu thi county.
Dr W V Henderson was registered t
the St Charles Hotel, Portland, one day this
Mr George Archberger, who is at Ituney'a
springs, we learn, is muck improved in
Railroad Agent Adair has returned from
Salem and assumed his duties at the aQice In
Mr Giyen Day is at present clerking iu
the store of Mr J P Cochran, Paisely, Lake
Mr E J Megler, one of Astoria's wealthy
cannery men, return id from Runey'a springs
Messrs U F Dorris aud A W Stowell Were
registered at the Chenieketa, in Salem, one
day this week,
Judge R S Roan returned from Coo coun
ty test Saturday, where he had been holding
a term of court.
Mr J W Wright, the Junction lawyer, was
in town one day this week, attending to
Dr II F McCornack, formerly of this
county, has been nominated for coroner iu
Columbia county, W T.
Rev J S McCain, formerly of this city, was
in town this week visiting friends. He is at
present stationed at Hitlsboro,
M Vic Reherens, of Portland, was in
town this week, to attend the'funeral of his
mother, the late Mi's Goodchild.
Mr Walter McCornack, who has been in
Eastern Oregon several month on a survey
ing expedition, returned home last week.
Dr J P Gill, Commander ot the Grand
Army Post here, went to Portland Wednes
day, to attend a meeting ot that organisa
tion Mr Peter Runey, the genial proprietor of
Foley springi. came down from these noted
springs last Thursday evening. He went to
Mr Joel N Pearcy. a State University
student, will be one of the class applying to "
the, Supreme Court for a certificate to prac
tice before Oregon courts.
Mr Koshler. the Vice President and mana
ger of the 0 t C It II, authorises us ti state
that the arrangement are now complete for
the extension of business on that road to
Riddle's station, six miles further south.
The Mad was opened for friegbt and passen
gers to that point last Monday, the 25tb
inst. Riddle's station ia situated in the Cuw
creek valley, and the southern terminus of
the road will he moved from Myrtle crek to
that point This will be a great advantage
to the people of Jackson and Josephine coun
ties Who are obliged to haul their good
through the mud in wlutor. Aim six miles
of savinit on a road with mud up the hobs, is
no small item. We rejoice iu every step
tint marks the proi-rcss of thi road over-
land to California, althoUiih we are nrry for
our Myrtle creek neighbor who were antici
pating a harvest of good things by being a
railroad terminus all winter.
Cas CoMriioMisr.D. The Secretary of tho
U S treasury, say the Standard, ordered
that the case against the Captain of the Ger-
mau ship Frit be dismissed upon the pay
ment of 31,000 and costs of the prosecution.
The captaiu was convicted some time ago
in the Uuited States court, in this eity, for
violation of tho law regulating the con
struction of berths in vessels, and wa ad-
jadged to pay a fine of 83,500. The ease
was referred to the Secretary of the treasury,
who consented to let the csptain off a little
easier. The flue and costs were paid recently-
S. B. No. 23. The following bill wa In
trodMced by Senator Hendrick, Sept 23d,
1882i Seo. 1. That the esions ol tn Leg
islative Assembly shall be held biennially at
the Capital of the State, and that the time
of meeting be changed from the second Mon
day of September, as provided in Article 4,
Section 10, of the Constitution of Oregon, to
the second Monday in January, in the year
1885, and on the ame day ot every eecoad
To Portlaho. Mr A S Patterson went
to Portland last Mondsy to consult with
doctor of that city in regard to b' arm,
We understand that bi physician here was
of the opinion that it would havs to be am
poUted. Mr Patterson ha the sympathy
of many friends in his presetaffliction
A Mistake. Wa were mistaken about
the provision in the City Charter not ex
empting indebtedness within the city. The
Legislature struck that portion out
Married. On the 24th inst, at the resi
dence of A A King, by Rev K P Henderson,
Mr B H Lyons and Mia Cynthia A Watson,
all of Lane county.
A Failcre. Morrill' minstrels ahwwed at
tli Court House last Wednesday evening to a
I very aiua awinuw. a wiwvi - -
' always poorly attended in this cKy.
Junction City Items.
Junctio, Sept t!, 1882.
The weather (till continue fin.
The Odd Fellow hospital is no more.
The addition to the hotel buildiog is un
Mr Berry' saloon is being painted pre
paratory to occupancy.
Wheat hauling is pretty near a thing of
the put Fanners talk rain and plowing,
Prof Campbell commences a select school
next Monday. Come ye children unto
Mr Henry Judson i moving into town to
enjoy school privileges. School number
The grand harvest ball, to take place ntxt
Friday evening, at Baber'i Hall, is the next
sensation in order.
Rev I D Driver ministered to the spiritual
Wants ot this people, preaching Saturday
afternoon aud evening, also Sundsy morning
and evening. Preaching next Sunday.'
Mr Heath, the harness maker, ha pur
chased an Estey orgau; hi neighbors say
that they can hear, every now aud then
during the day and night, the molodious
tone of it base.
The monotony ot our little tuwn was
slightly broken by the Mnrrell minstrel
troupe entertainment, Tuesday evening.
Their performance and' eutertainmeut are
reported as middling:
Cottage Qrove Items.
ritOM OCR WECIAL CORRRKrONPItNT.
Cottauk Grovr, Sept. 23, 1882.
Weather fine, and roads In good condition.
Some wheat waa sown here last week on
summer fallow laud.
The public school commenced here on the
18th, with 70 scholars in attendance.
Mr H Chance sold his store here to M C E
Dyers. His buildings were puixhved by an
Immigrants from all quarters are arriving
here. Every available cabin is occupied, and
still they come.
The young folks met at the reridence of Mr
Chas Stafford and tipped the light fantastic toe
for a few hours Saturday evening,
The timbers for the new bridge are on the
ground, and all who have seen thorn pronounce
the job of hewing a splendid oue. Mr James
Medley did the work. APEX.
To be Extended 30 Feet and the Stage
Mr Joseph Lane, the proprietor of the aliove
named hall has a force of crpeutors at work,
extending the building, enlarging the stage and
thoroughly renovating the building. We learn
that ao addition of 30 feet will be built to the
hall; the stage will lis moved back, and will be
enlarged to a frontage of 24 test and a depth nf
20 feat This will enlarge the hall and stag
to such proportions that it will uy firt-c(s
troupes to vliit our city. Our amusement
loving citizens hail the improvement with de
A Happy Surprise.
On last Tuesday evening, during the nlweffce
of Mr Frederick Dudley, at the regular meeting
of the Odd Fellows Lodge, ahout twenty of his
his friends met at his rooms in the University
building, and on his return had a table well
spread with the delicacies of the aeason. The
event was one of interest, as it was to culubrof
Mr Dudley's seventy-sixth birthday. Praise
is due Miss McMurray who for kindness and
consideration for the wants of other, Mi
Mary's equal is seldom met A FuiEXD.
Pianos and Organs.
A fine assortment to arrive soon from the
most celebrated makers. All instruments
warranted and the warrant made good at home
without trouble or exnae to the purchaser.
Patronize home, ami save yoursolf all trouble.
pRosrEHlTT. We clip the following from a
correspondence in the Oregonian, showing the
prosperity of Eugene. It is not over-rated:
"If any doubt that hugenel pnsipenm a
trip to this place will oonvinoe them of '.heir
mistake. A large number of new buildings
havs been erected and trades ami labor of all
kinds have been taxed to their utmost Money
is plenty and the old cry of "bard times Is no
longer heard. Every dwelling limine in Eugene
la occupied and a great demand fT more. Real
estate is rapidly advancing and but little of it
is offered fur sale. The cause of this Improve
ment in business Is owing to the great impetus
the building of the northern and southern rail
Mads has given to trade and finance generally,
besides this wheat and hope have turned off an
average crop, and price for wheat moderately
good and for hope very high.
Dh. A. M. L Pom. Tbi noted lecturer
ha entertained our people with her admira
ble lecture during the entire week to
crowdtd houses. She i a pleasant and
agreeable speaker, aud show by her lectures
that (he ha made the human system a life
long stndy. The lady leave for ttoseborg
A Bilk. The how given by Miller tJree,
who claim to be spiritualistic medium, at
the Court House, wa tb most con
summate humbug that wa over inflicted
en a people. The Oregoniait and Standard
ouitht to have more principle tlisn to give
such bilk complimentary notices.
Woole! Mill Machinery. The remain
der of the machinery for the woolen mill
will arrive to-day. It ha only been us the
road between here aud Boston about eight
Baal Bali. A match gam of base ball
will be played between two University
nine's, to-day at 2 o'clock, P M, near the
depot Everybody invited to attend.
Married. At the residence of tho bride
nesr SinithftVId, Sept 24th, by Rev A Hard
inn, Mr J oh a A Cole I Mws Mary R
i l' H I
IBRIBERY FOR MltCHELL
An Offer of $8,000 Made td Nichols of
Wasco io Vote for the Discarded
tsriCUL blafATCH TO THI OriuuXIax.
Salem, Or, Sept 27-9 P 1-Vsterday
afUrnoon Bob Ford, of Polk couhtyi a man
whri ha been about th city several days Work
ing ill the interest Of Mitchell, called at the
opposition headquarters and approaching B F
Nichols, a member from Wasro, formerly a
resilient of Polk count)', remarked that they
had long been friends, and that he (ford) was
diaKieed to do Niehols a favor when the oppor
tunity presented. Ha said further that th
present situation offered a chance for Nichols
to put himself in independent circumstances
for the rest of his life, and that h could easily
arrange the matter. Nichols, greatly Insulted,
put Ford off, but in consideration of old friend
ship between them, said nothing about the
matter. On th floor of th House to day, be
fore the session oiened, Ford agdn approached
Nichols and after some preliminary talk, flatly
offered him $3,000 to vote for Mitchell. Nichols
indignantly left Ford and informed several of
his fellow members ot th offer, snd the whole
story is current on the streets to night I
hare the story from Nichols' own lis and he
ia ready to maks oath tn th facts as here
stated. The above has been read by him and
is sent for publication with his attest and a
proval. ALFKED HOLM AN.
Several parties her sold their hop tor 02
ceuts per pound thi week.
An adjourned term of the Commissioners
Court will convene Monday.
Kllza Foley, formerly of this city, is teach
ing the Priueville public school.
Two of our citisens got iu a street quarrel
this wjek, and contributed $8 each to the city
The convict McGregor, who reeertly
escaped from the ieuitentiary, was captured
in Coo county and i once more domiciled
Mr G V Boggs, lately from Napa, Califor
nia, was a successful applicant for a school cer
tificate at the lute examination, and will open
the school at Irving station, Monday Oct 2d.
Local Market Report.
Friday, Sept 29, 1882,
Wheat 75fii77 eta., on board of cars,
Oats 40cts., nett
Flour- M per bbL
Eggs-23 eta. per do.
Shies IK cte. par IU
Hams 15 cte.
Wool -2223 cte.
Active preparations ars being made on the
Erounds selected for ths coming County Fair.
T4i race track is in splendid condition, and
soveral race have been arranged to take place
between fast horses. The farmer have
promised a good display of produce, horses,
cattle, sheep, etc; and we have no doubt but
that all who attend will have a good time.
Remember that iioxtThmsday and Friday are
tli days selected for ths First Animal Fair.
In Memory of Mrs. Qoodchild.
Kb has gone home to glory
To receive her reward,
For the cross ot her savior
Which she faithfully endure.1
Farewell, dear friend,
Our loss is your gain;
With Uod'a help well strive
to meet yofl again.
Mrh. M A. Hoax.
Wanted. A copy of the Eugene duxan of
July 1IJ, 1882. Any of our subscriber having
a copy of that issue will confer a faVcr on us
by sending it to this office, as our file are in
complete' without it.
Fine Houndh. Mr H C Owen, during the
week, ha bought and sent to his home here,
two very fine hounds. It is said the Saint paid
the sum of 1 100 for one ot them.
nntlOII B IUII1JET I will. j.xiihtwm
stiisttion, I.nea of Apetite, I Mzziness and
..i im.. in .il7.,.t.
CM n l.t. ir.-.-l! L . t..m Pn
ljuttle. Sold by labiirn and Co, Eugene.
1EW GOODS I
FOR THE FALL & WINTER TRADE,
Jant ifetrited Itom SAtf FRANCISCO UY
. r ,
Ladio3 Dres3 Goods inLATEST Styles
Everything necessary to a well regulated Store.-
Butter, Eggs and ChickdHs bought
for Cash, or taken in exchange for
goods at HIGHEST CASH RATES.
A comet i now visible In the eastern skice, be'
tween th iwmr of 4 and 5 o'clock, A M. A'.i
who with to view it should take advantage ol
the present time. We copy th following frool
th San Francisco Bulletin in refereao to itt
On the morning of the 21st, before sunrise,
the tail bad a length of five degree and a width
at th extremity of about one-third of a degree.
Th outer limit were much t lighter than the
luterior. The nucleus' wa well developed and
so was th envelope. On the morning of thi
22d ths tail was between six and seved degree
long, well and sharply defined, but markedly
narrower than on the previous morning; being'
about on third ot degree wide St it extremi
ty. On the morning of the 19th when first
seen at Table Mountain the tail wa not ovsf
three-quarter of a degree long and expanded
to half a degree, with a much more rounded
and extended envelope. This feature of the)
contraction ot the width of the Comtt is verjf
Td thus of our readers who wish to see t
brilliant sdectacle, an early rising just before
fire o'clock will fully reay them, and especial
ly ths younger and. nWrs enthusiastic oue.
Beside the cotuot, Jupitrt will bt seek id
great brightness, witli tilC retnarkabljr dark
belting arouhd his tqritiril region. Saturn 11
also visible twd hours ahead of Jupiter; but l.
ipilres a fair tulecoi to see hi ring now.
nearly at their greatest opening.
These healthful and medicinal hot spring
haveboen purchased by Mr Peter Runey
late of Astoria. Mr Runey will thoroughly
refit and renovate the building on th prem'
ises, and will be prepared to accommodate)
those iu quest nl health or pleasure. Fish
and game are plentiful io that vicinity, the '
scenery i magnificent, and those wishing S
summer tour could go to no butter place.
A nl!rlnm Annatl
n i.i.nv. nrf .......
That ensure digestion and enjoyment of
food; a touio that bring (trongin w tn
weak and rest to th the nervous j a harmless
aiim tliitfc iloit't nfinstinats iutt
what every family need Parker's Giogef
The pnritv and elegant perfume of Parj
leer's Hair liultain explain the popularity f
thi reliable restorative,
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and"
Liver Complaint! Hhiluh Vitaliser 1 guaran
teed to cure you. For sal by Ostium1 k Co.
For Rent, The building adjoining Ran
kin's Bazar. Inquire at thi office;
Sleepless nights, mad miserable by that ter
rible cough. Shiloh's Cur is th remedy;
To Mildlkm. Old type tot babbit meta
fur sal at this ofDce.
noTiiuns i noTiKtti i
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child sutlsrlng and crying
with th excruciating pain of cutting teeth ? If
so, no at once and get a bottle nf MRS.
WINDOW'S SOOTHINU SYRUP. It
will relieve the poor little tufferer immediately,
depend u0 It; there I no nitstak about.
There is not a mother on earth who ha evit
used it, who will tnt tell you at olio that It
will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother, and relief and health t) the child, op
erating like magic It 1 peifectly af to use
In all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and tf
the prescript! n of one of the oldest and best
female physicians and nurses In th United
States. Sole everywhere. 25 oente a bcttlsv
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The 11 est Halvi in the world for BrulseW
Cute, Sore, Ulcen , Salt Rheum, Fever SoreeJ
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain, Corns,and
all kinds of Skin Eruptius. This salve U guar"
anteed to give perfect satisfaction In every case
or money refundod. Price 35 cte per box. For
sale by WILKIN1, the Druggist, Eugene City;
Mulhulland, Juuetion City.
MrS II Frieudly ha reoeived a large
stock of goods for the spring trade and I
prepared to suit hi customer as to quality"
and price. He will (oil for cash or credit ae
cheap a any other (tore in town, and a hi
goods are of th best quality he guarantee
satisfaction. Men and boy clothing a
specialty. Give him a call.
A ue,li, fold or !4or Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently result
Is an Iwcurablel.niie- Dles r
ampllon. HHOUIS'fl BIIONCHIAL
1 HM II I-: are eerlalri to srlvo reileflai
AMlima llronehllla, owalis, t'alarrk
onsuirluciv and Tbroat Ween:
For 30 pears the Troches have been recom
mended by physicians, arid alway give per-;
feet satisfaction. They are not flew or un
tried but having beon tested by wide and con
stant use for nearly an entire generation, thef
have attained well merited rank amongths few
staple remedies of the age. I'ublte aprtskj
prs) and ntnicr use them to clear and
strengthen the Voice. Sold at 25 cent a boa