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e Etiintt of Week in a Condenied Form.
I Pwlfle t'oant.
A 'hunting VMty rcct'iitly killed
jrubbiU near Hartford, Cul
'iibut are being caught in large
,.,,berg near Tort Townsend, W. T.
i ..fiimbift river flsliHrmen have fixed
, ,.1-lcfl of'milmon for cannerieu at (50
giino of nearly pure carlM)iiato of
nia has een discovered near
, itiore, Cal.
Xb grizzly bears were killed near
, dug, tal., one weighing iw ami
,, ;)tiier 400 lbs.
The total orange shipments to date
,,! Southern California aggregate
,i 1200 carloads
Tlilro is a demand for miners at
,, Ketone. Arizona, and all reliable
hs Ian secure employment.
Ovjr 4,000 bales of hops have been
:it ;itt from Taeoma, V. T., since
. riluction in Ireiglit rates.
Auditor of Whitman county,
isMiied receipts for over 3,000
1 uealps one day recently.
s;ilt producers of California
protested ugainut the proposed
lion of duty on that article.
joint stock Agricultural Acsocia-
is been organized at hllens
V. T., with a capital of f'0,000.
Mary K. Wells, of Rock creek,
committed suicide'wliile sufl'er-
tiiii temporary aberration of the
istice of the l'eace of Yavapai
Arizona, sued a man for debt
jt-t about to try the case himself,
Supreme Court of Oregon lias
M that the registration law passed
last session of the Legislature
il Davenport has secured a !f 200,-
Imtract to construct a tramway
the head of navigation on the
.. . . . llf 1 .1...
i;rii Aieue river iu iiumuur uu iae
; J convicts in the Yuma (Arizona)
i J struck on account oi some lun-
5 . .3- :.. . ....J
I IB insure ill mill iirauunn, uuti
rrtinitteo of Arbitration lias the
City Council of Walla Walla
tie Couutv Commissioners have
fjiiated money necessary to pur-
100 acres lor renitentiary
s near that city.
u Beunett has been awarded
. . . t .1
i tract to uome wont oi graumg,
, i i . .1... . .
ing ana iracKiayiug on uiu po-
l'alouse Railroad to Farming
Work begins at once,
itijsan Fransisco hotels are reap
at harvest from the unexiiected
jixjof visitors from the East. Many
icni are compelled to turn away
is daily for want of room toaccom-
:ie Canadian Government is con-
airing a plan to subsidize a line of
. Unships on the J'aeitie Ocean. It
rpectod the Government will grant
41y of f.jOO.OOO for ten years to
iral.irs entered St. Joseph's Cath-
nureh at San Jose, Cal., and
away several hundred medals,
rililes, a brass crucifix and two
Atnces. Most ot the articles
appearance of being gold and
but with the exception of one
t I and parts of the monstrances
1 of brass.
i'.BNtern and Foreign.
fid villages in Berlin have been
fil iated by Hoods.
French Government is dis-
I'ustolfice building at Minneap-
linn., was destroyed by fire.
clone passed over Nodawav
, Mo., killing three persons and
ug many others.
(pfliepirlof Shaftsbury, while riding
nv'tt) at London, drew a revolver
fidly shot himself.
ulis C. Wilcox, a well-known
OliL ll..,.. .. v. ... -V...I. ..:
uiuftci in nrw i in iv i ii(i , i-iiiii-
; Csuici(le with a pistol.
pty-foiir persons were drowned
wrecking of the steamer laora
'llington, iew Zealand.
is from Nacosari, Mexico, re
nt two American prospectors
f killed by Indians near that place.
' amder Balfour, head of the great
fg house of Balfour, Guthrie &
il at his residence in Liverpool.
Governor of Tennessee has ap
W. C. Whitehorne to succeed
ickson as United States Sen
mi Barton, a live-stock dealer
i Edward, Ontario, walked off a
train while asleep and was
strikers were found guilty of
!u conduct during the recent
nices at Kl Van. . M.. and
4 'd to ninety days in jail.
Y'Hid and Sauk Rapids, Mich
pi oy a terriniy uestrucin
Ovpr 100 nnrurma n-irp Liii.
Hpernl hundred were wound'
y Council of 8t. l'aul voted
to aid tlio RiiflVriTH. and -ful
fils have been sent from wious
r?m of Violent Pui jcaliv
1 - .". II. M . , . F
Timmnni T 1 ,-... l.w.,lt,t... in .null
'altll Vnil fln4 nut linn milt!, u ,'
' C.''y y the oldest pervou .'uc
r, 7-l"iio. ana a.i inc-tc win e f ;
' 'P:nie uti;llitii-h iw . r
C 1 1. -l.il. 1 ...1.1. .1... ..I.
''lilfciiLe in its su.'etj s" fflir"y.
f ueverscen or tried'sticj. "M.ie,
". Mtlfactryarid n!eA--.ut rai-
Hainer, SL LouI. Mo."
A C hlritSo In.tltutlou Whirl, CiUra lrcll
ei liitru llnu to tiirU.
Mis Bemly guvean exhibition of her
gard.n pupils recently. The class con
sisted of twenty-four 'little girls, rang
ing in age from twelve to fifteen, and
representing ultnost every European
country. Their long, white pinafores,
fluted niii.slin raps, aj ,. iiltll, tit.8
gave tliem an appearance that was very
refreshing. They entered the room in
single tile to a military inarch, carrying
miniature tables and boxes, In the lat
ter were linen, eutlerv and small table
furniture. Brought to a halt, Miss
Bcntly put the little housewivesthrough
a cateehiMii of domestic literature,
from which the following quotations
"How often should a room he
"Thoroughly once n week," answered
a wee bit of a Swede with a voire big
ger than herself. "
"What kind of a broom is best fur the
corners and edges of a room?"
"Whisk broom, " sang out a maid
with yellow pig-tails, who seemed to lie
having her throat sawed by the well
laundercd tie under her chin.
"Why is a dust rag better thau a
"Because the feathers scatter the dust
instead of gathering it." and such
ipieries of similar practicality.
After this part of the programme the
girls took out their little tablecloths,
the piano struck up 4 series of popular
tunes and the board was spread in a
manner that was calculated to charm
Before the little bed were made the
class had an oral recitation, one ques
tion being: "What three things un
necessary for nice hed making?" The
answer being: "Level mattress, smooth
clothes ami square corners." Then the
mattresses were whipped into shape,
the pillows knocked in form and in an
incredibly short time every bed was as
flat as the nap on a tifteen-dollar ulster,
and the children retired under a mur
mur of applause. On their return thev
carried trays, with which they went
through a series of pretty maneuvers,
the words being suggested by the trio
in "Patience." Dishes were washed,
and after the place was "tidied up."
brooms were used for an exercise in
calisthenics. It is needless to say that
the exhibition was enthusiastically re
ceived. The little girls have hreii un
der the instruction of Miss Bentley for
the last two years, the school session
being held Saturdays only. As soon as
her pupils have completed the pre
scribed course il is the teacher's inten
tion to provide each graduate with a
position in ..some lirsr-elass familv.
where the intelligence of the girl will
be appreciated. A feature in the course
is compulsory education, no pupil being
allowed to take a diploma who is not
able to read, write and understand
enough arithmetic for practical economy.-
HINTS ON HYGIENE.
flay Chllilrrii (i llnrefont Without Injury
to Their Health?
This question is every now and again
proposed for discussion; and when it
is. so, we are compelled to give the same
tmswer. On physiological grounds, it
is manifestly a sound practice to ac-
jrustoiu children to develop the circu
latory and muscular systems of the
lower extremities, precisely as those of
the hands are developed, by free use
and exposure. It is not supposed to
be either necessary or desirable that
children should wear gloves for hygi
enic purposes. When the hands of
little folks are thus decorated, the pa
rental idef is confessedly to give them
what is conventionally regarded a a
genteel appearance. N'o one thinks a
child ougut to be protected from the
weather, so far as its hands are con
cerned. On the contrary, it is recog
nized that the upper extremities should
be kept w.irm by exercise and habitual
exposure. rrcelsclv the same view
holds good with regard to the lower
Contact with bodiesthat abstract heat,
even more than the earth abstracts it.
is an alnu.st constant condition of child
life In short, il is entirely in defer
ence to fashion and the usages of
.ociety that children wear foot cov
erings. There is much to be said in
favor of a more natural practice. The
ioot is an organ of wondrous coniplex
fiy, regarded as a bony and muscular
apparatus. It is, moreover, provided
with nerves and blood vessels of espe
cial intricacy. The softest and most
flexible shoe to a very great extent,
and a boot almost entirely, reduces
this organ to the character of a jointed
dock with little self movement. Obvi
ously this reduction must retract not
only from the efficiency of the foot, but
of the organism as a whole. If tin
foot and leg are fully developed, as
they can only be when the foot is
habitually exposed, the quantity of
blood which the lower extremities can
be made to receive, and, if need be, at
tract for a time, is very considerable.
We can only say that children who
are allowed to go barefooted enjoy al
most immunity from the danger of
cold" by accidental chilling of the
feel, and they are altogether healthier
and happier than those who, in obedi
ence to the usages of social life, have
their lower extremities permanently in
valided and, so to say, carefully swathed
and put away in rigid cases. As re-g-rds
tin poorer ehi-M-s of children,
heiv can be no sort of doubt in the
!nd of any one that it is iiu-ompara-
y better that thev should go bare
l ),l. d than wear boots that let in the
wet and stockings that are nearly al
ways damp and foul. Lomi' n Lamet.
- Under all or,
the ifi ulli inan oil''
t!i liii'y nee I ,-u
f If of his asi.i- t;-.
I "inun tj grasp
villi whom be is v
a ptlieeinan csr'-r
boos.-, is a s x al
witild lie jiMdie
h'ain M-ortcd by
w '!i be en.-' il'.is
t''i '('.-' i'ri'jiiii'..
T- iii- h.fi aim, ladies
l iLrlit-'iiiiid-.l, and if
!;! .she :- ails hcr
i'iit. Iii.t for a gen-
w arn. of t ic lady
'al'-.i.ig, il he were
'ng iii r t'' (he i-ala-
airo' '.' r. mid a lady
.1 in di cLnii," to 1
a in-ill s UMamiliar
of el" 'ant society.
THE INDIAN STOREHOUSE.
A Hut DraiRiiril for (lit- I'i-vimi vallon of
Dried Hnhr Hint Omitr.
Upon the plantation and near the re
id. -nco of Colonel Seaborn Jones, known
as Mill-Haven, in Screven Counts, On.,
may beseen. in excellent condition, one
of those structures at a remote period in
general use among the Southern Indians,
and designed for the temporary preserv
ation ot dried fishes anil game. 1'or
quite a century and a half it has main
tained it.- identity. It is located upon
the declivity of the right bank of Briar
creek, in proximity to that stream, and
in the midst of ii beautiful forest of oak,
holly and pine. Cylindrical in shape,
this receptacle has a diameter of eight v
feet, and is about six feet deep. Tim
excavation in the ground was at first
carefully and regularly made; and when
completed its sides and bottoms well)
covered with a uniform layer of wel.
kneaded red day four inches in thicK
ness These clay walls, the interim
surface of which were pressed hard and
smooth are still nearly perfect. As
one look upon the structure it presents
the appearance of a huge cylindrical
terra-cotta vessel let into the earth.
To Briar creek, and especially to thi
neighborhood, did the Creek Indians re
ort to fish and hunt. The adjacent
blutl's and fields give token most abnnd
anl of former ami long-continued occu
puncv. Village sites may still be recog
nized, littered with frarmcnt of eartn
wnre flint chips, spear and arrow points,
scrapers and other objects of primativo
manufacture. Kven now this stream
abounds in lihe.-. lurtles and alliga
tors; and its dependent swamps at an
early period were filled with wild tur
keys, deer ami other game held in re
pute by the natives, lloubtlcss. during
the use of this receptacle, it was fur
nished with a roof or covering which
long since perished. It is probable that
in it were stored from time to time the,
fishes caught by visiitng Indians. These,
having been previously dried, they ac
cumulated until the season arrived for
the homeward journey, when they were
removed and transported to the perma
nent abodes f their captors. Physical
proofs of the prior occupancy by the
red race of our region arc each year be
coming more indistinct, and it is hoped
thai care will be exercised in the pre
servation ot Ibis i nteresting object.
Aitin.-ila ((In.) Vhniiv!e.
A sul,ert Which la .j,rilHii( IU llrvoleei
in KiiKhiuil hiiiI Aint-rh'tt.
The subject of telepathy, or the ac
tion of one mind upon another, irre
spective of distance, is attracting atten
tion in Philadelphia as well as in Lon
don. A singular incident occurred a
few evenings since, which shows (hat if
there is nothing in telepathy there is at
least something queer in coincidences.
Dr. J. .1 Levick was sitting in his library
talking lo a friend, and incidentally the
subject turned upon telepathy. He had
been illustrating it by anecdotes of
what he had noticed in hospital prac
tice, ami in this way the subject ot the
great lire of l!S."o in Philadelphia was
brought up. He spoke of the fact that
it originated from the explosion of salt
peter in Brock's warehouse, and re
inarked -'Tliis gave rise to the question,
will saltpeter explode?" He had not spo
ken or thought nf tlii mattci before for
twenty years. The conversation re
vcrlniL' to lelepathytit was explained by
say ing: Now. if what we are talking
about should be interesting another
mind, a- there is nothing to suggest it.
that would be telepathy." The con
versation broke up about midnight, the
Irii ml going home and Dr. Levick re
tiring The next day each accidentally
took up an evening paper and read the
foliowing paragraph: "There used to
be a much-vexed question ill Philadel
phia as to the explosive nature of salt
peter, growing out of the explosion at
Broi k's store, in Water street in H."iO.
Now that a brewery has been blown up
liy an explosion of oal meal, the old
question conies up in a new form;
Will lager beer explode?"' While
'hey were talking some one. unknown
i. either ot hem. was penning the
paragraph in question. Vii'litiii
Vim i ..
Scene in a street car -Seats all occu
pied Lnter young lady. Young gen
licmar. ries am! oilers his place. Young
ladv slants down into it.
Youue gentleman (inquiringly) "I
Young lady glances at him silently.
Young gentleman unbuttons his over
coat and produces an audipholie. Grasp
ing it lirinly in his teeth he bends for
ward in bland but resolute expectancy.
YoiiiiL' lady gives up the struggle.
m I!- "Thank s-s-s!" and leaves thu
car at the next crossing. Snt'l.rUcr.
The French have looked with alarm
upon the stcadv export of Pcrchcron
horses to the United States; but the
must prominent breeders there now say
that the progeny of these, horses raied
ip '.hi United Mates are, an improve
ment upon their sires, and that it is
inohtalile to reimport. It is known
ilia! Napoleon III used to import
Perchi-ron horses from Vermont for thu
pot chaises which lie Used so much.
--Vilievilli-. (la., was hunt by rich
planter- in the old days, being selected
-i- a well-drained, healthful place, free
Ironi the intrusion of business cares or
'he disturbing influence of those who
'o:iid. (ii'ainl old mansions, set back
in handsome parks, formed lilting
.Iwidlitig-nlaces for (ieorgia. barons, but
the times are changed, and few of these
Inidlv estates now belong to the fami
lies that biuit them. I'hiluiL-liihin I'nun.
The Atlanta Conxtil.ution records n
specimen of Confederate wit during the
war. A soldier was caught in a persim
mon tree hy Ceneral longstreet. When
sternly asked by his commander what
he whs doing there the veteran at once
disarnu-d wrath hv saying: "I'm eatin'
soiii green persimmons to Iraw my
stomach up so it'll fit its rations."
In shipping butter the style of pack
age lias a great deal to do with the
price obtained by the seller.
' , ' frtiau4.
FI.OVII -vlvr oW. tr.tiulard brauna.
f&iU-.tiUM-r.-!!.; 3.:.n. - '
Waila Walla, si.i kj,1.1U. ,
UAHU.V i-WJ.olt-, attULtLOUfcUO;
ground, 9 tun, 4..Vii.
OATS Oolin imIIIIm, I38c; choic
UUCKWHKAX KLOUK-Perctl. 4.n0.
COKN MKAL-lVr it), yellow, i&K
3.in; white, (S:'.,VHoH.a.
I KACKhU WUhA'f-Per cU, 83.
OATMEAL Per lb, HJc.
I'feAKL liAKLKV-No. l.tlc; No.2,54e;
No. 3. 6c.
SPLIT PKAS-Pertb, 4c.
1 KAHL '1 Ai'lOCA-Iu boxes, file.
S-ALiU Per It-, tie.
VElLMtl'KLLil Per tb. No. 1, No.
MlUULlNus-lVr tun, iiaKtsS.
CHOP-Per Ion, $l7.UU.
HAY Per lou. Uuleu, $tt(a.7.
OIL C'AKK .MKAL Per ton, f.VI(a 3,.5u.
liOPs Pt-r Hi, Oregon, nominal; VVali.
KUUJy-Per iloz. liua lie.
13UTTEU- ertti.tHiuy roll, iile; luferu r
grade. 1-; UUkleit, lUl'Jc.
CHEKSE-l rr lb, UrKou, 813o; Cali
DKIEUPULITS-Per tt, apples, quar
ters, sacks mid boxes, IiJ. do sliced, lu
nocks and boxes. 3,41: aprlcom. I.V;
blackberries, bUioc; ueeuirines. K(14c;
peaches, halves uupeeled, 0c; pears,
quartered, 7(a 8; pilled cherries, 17c;
pilled pluum, Caliloriiia, tkuauc; do Or
egon, tHgSc; currantH, 8 All; dates, Ik
7c; H(fs, Smyrna, 18a,a)j I'aliforuia. (kn8,
prunes, Caliloriiia. 7fe; French. llKitliJ;
Turkish, tka.7; raisins. Caliloriiia Lou
don layers. a.i.Vaj!.3(i y Iwx; loene Mus
catels, a(gia.id; Seedless, f lb, 13e; Sul
KICK -China. No. 1, S5.7o; do No. ii,
&5.2j; Sandwich IhIhihIs. No. 1, i.SU:
11EANS Per lb, pea, 5lc; small
whites, iic; bajo, 2ic; lima, 3c; pluk, stfe.
VEGKTAHLES-lieets. if tb.lc; cabliane
t lb, 24c; carrota. H ton, 8; caulillower, V
doz, $l..iko,l. 0, sweet pouioen, V lb., ;tc;
onions, 3(ii a5c; turuiiM, p lt. le; Hpiuuch,
V sack, iWftiiOc; celery, p doz, UUc.
POTATOES Paiotoes, new, l(ii;2c; tier
sack, old, :UutlOc.
fOUi.lHY Chickens. If dot, sprhiK,
$--a 2.50; old (a3,J0; ducks, $3.UU
fc3.50; (leese, 85.50t); turkeys, lb,
11AiMs for 11), Eastern, c; Or
tlACON-Per lb, Oregon nidus, 07c; do
LAHU Per lb, Oregon, 6a7j; Eaatern.
PU KLES-Perfi-gal keg, tl.00; bbls, V
eLUAitS Quote bbls: Cube, 7c; dry
granulated, ti?c; Una crushed, 7c; golden
COFFEE Per lb, Guatemala, lUi; Costa
Kica, HHallc; Old tSovwmuem Java. I8(a
ZOv; Hio, I2fci;(jc; Salvador, B(giloc;
Mocha, tii(gt&; Kona. 18c.
TEAS oung Hyson, &Va,tS5c; Japan,
20tuooc; Oolong, laooc; liuupowder auj
feVKUr" California rettuery Is quoted
at boc. in bbls; in kegs and 1-gal,
CANNED GOODS Salmon, l it. tins, f
doz, l.ii; oysurs, 2-tb tins, doz, 4i.tr,
Mb tins, 81.4U f doz; lobsters,
l ib tins, V do, 1.1X1; clams, 2-tb tint, f
doz, (u l.UU; mackerel, 6-lb tins, If doz,
$8.75,09.00; (ruiu, f doz tins, i.ia 3,Uu;
jama and jellies, If doz, Ifi.UlZ.'ir, vegv
Ubies, V doz, 81.1lKg,l.DU.
WONEVExtracUid, 77Jc; comb, 14c.
FKESM FltUIT-Apples, Oregon, new,
f boxjodali; bauauas.l? buuch, 8:1.50 a4;
cranberries, v esieru. Sll.utxa.12.UU bbl:
Cape Cod, It bbl, 8Uisl2; Lemona, Sicily, If
box, 5.ao(utI; Limes, f 100, 81.26; pine
apples, V doa, 87. UO; Los Angeles oranges,
V box, 2.UU ii i.M.
SEEIJS Per lb. timothy. 5b,l)c: red
clover, 14(oi5c; orchard grass, l7(18o;
rye grass, 10(ojilc.
NUTS Caliloriiia almonds, 9 100 lb sks,
I8c: Urazil, 15U lb sks, if lb, 16c; cheslnuU,
ls(a.a)c: cocoutiulii,9Uu,7.5U; iliberui, Sicily,
170 lb bks, If lb, 14c; hickory, 1U0 lb sks.luc;
peanuu.. 8J(a-llc; pecans, Texas, lOUltisks,
14c; Caliloriiiu walnuts, UU lb sks, ViM
SALT-Liverpool, If ton, 815 19; table,
in bales, per bate, $2.50.
WOOL Eanivru urrtfon. Burlnif cliu.124
Hlc tf lb; tall clip, HKftH. Valley Of
tgon, bpriug clip, lotsHc; lambs' and fall,
I11UES Dry, ltK17c; wet salted, 07.
FLOUR Extra, 84.25&4.7S If bbl; super
WHEAT No. 1 shipping, fcl.32itfl.33i
f cti; Ho. 2, ei.dwl.i.7i; Willing, i.;i2.
UAHLEY No, 1 feed, 81.27Jfal.3u V ctl;
No. 2, SI 20: brewing, S1.40nl..riO.
OATS Milling and Surprise, $1,274(4
:.Ut, V etl: Feed. No. 1, $1.2(g l.2i; No. 2,
COKN-Small yellow, 81.2lKal.25 ctl;
large yellow, vl.lUrM.zu; large wmie,8l.li
iil.20; Biuali white, (1.IU&1.15.
HAY-Clover, tlOinll.OO if ton; alfalfa,
SlOttta; wheal, (i2.ii(Kiiil4.6U.
STKAW-.)cfB8.JC If bale.
ONIONS -Par etl. 83.0iXa3 50
BEANS Small White. 81.tVMl.u5 If ctl
pea. 81.5o(al.U5: pink. V0c 81.1X1; red, (MX
(a 1.00. bayoh, 1, 00 41.2.); butter, $1.4o
1.5U; limas .2.2.V.2.40.
POTATOES Early rose. VX&Wc; rlvar
Eugene City Business Directory.
HKn MAN, 0.-lry kimhIs, rlolliing. (jrof rim
ami Ki'iiernl iiien lirtiiilisf, aomliHesl corner.
Willaiiiiiiioanil Kit; litli treets
IKK1K STOHK-Oiie iloor niiilh of I ha Amor
House. A lull stock of assorled box papers,
plain ami fancy.
fl'.AlX llltl)S.-D.alenJ In Jewelry, wsl.lu-n,
I'lm-ks ami iiiiih1.h1 inairumeiila, Willamette
u-eet, between Nevenlli anil Eighth.
,M.V.WS- " in stoves ami llnwarp,
V illamolle street, between (seventh ami
FH1KNHI.Y. H. II - Desler In iliy giwil". cloth,
lug and uciiernl iiicrcliamline. Willamette
iraet. between KiKlilh and Ninth.
Gil J J. P. Physician ami surgenn, Willum
cite sireet, between Seventh unit highlit.
Hi tliKS. r.- Keeps on hand fine wines, lliiunrs,
cigars ami a pool ami lilll iinl table. Willam
ette street. Iielween Kikclilli anil Ninth.
Illl!, I'll AS, M.-(!iimnnith. rillesaml shut
guns, hreceli unit niu..i na!c rs. fr ,,!,
lu-palruiK ilone in the neatest style ami war
ranted. 8lniioii Ninth street.
I.t'CKKV, J. S, - Watchmaker ami lewder,
keeps a line stock nf Kmsls in his line, Wlllain
ttte street, in Kllsworth s drug slnic.
Mil'I.AIIKN. JAMKS Choice wines, llipinrs
and cigars. Willanieltestivel, IhiIwccii KMith
PATTKIISON, A. . - A tine slock of nlnlii and
lancy visiting curds.
1MST OKKIt'K-A now stock of stanilanl
school IsHiks Just received al thu post oltlcc.
HENSIIAW & AHUAMS -Wines, liquors and
. ..." m!M iaiii sepi constantly on
hand. The U'st billiard table in town.
K1IINKII AltT. J. 11.- !loasii,sliii and carriage
,, ,,, Kuniaiiiepo nrsi ciass stock
sold at lower ratoa than by anyone m Knirens.
W. V. HENDERSON,
HAS ItKslMKU IMtAlTHK, WITH
olllce in Hays' hrick.
My operations will tie llrst -class and charges
Old patrons an well as new ones ars Invited
DR. L. F. JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
'IU, ATTKXD TO I'ltOKKSSIONAI.
culls day or nigiit.
(H kick -Pp stairs In lluvs' hrick: or ran he
found al K. It. I.uckey & I'o s drug store. Olllce
hours: 1 1 u m., 1 to 4 e. m., tl to 8 e. m.
DR. J. C. GRAY,
OKKK'K OVKIt (lltANOK MTDIIK. ALL,
Imrhliig gas administered for painless ex
traction of teeth.
DR. W. C. SHELBREDE,
TS NOW PKItMANKNTLV UH'ATKI) IN
1 CottaKi-tirove. lis H-rrorms all operations
In nirc.tiiiulcal and surgical dentistry. All work
warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
GEO. W. KINSEY,
Justiceof the Peace.
1)KAI. KSTATK KOIt HAI.K-TOWN t.OTS
It and farms. Collections promptly at
ItKHiitKNeic -Turner Klevenlh and High Hts
KiiKcne l ily, Oretcon.
St. Charles Hotel
Kl'OKNK CITY. OltEliON,
W. H. "W ATKINS, Proprietor.
ew and Kxperleiieeit Management.
J. D. MATLOCK,
0. 4 C. ft. H. T1MK TABLE.
Mall Train mirth, 9:41 A M.
Mail Iraiu south. 2M I. M.
OFFICE HOURS, EUGENE CITY P0ST0FFICE.
General Delivery, from 7 A. M. to 7 H. M.
Money Order, fr.ni 7 A. M. to 5 r. M.
Register, from 7 A. M. UtS I-. M.
Malls fur mirth close at H:l.i A. M.
Mails fur south close al IM P. M.
Mails for Kruiiklhi clos. al 7 A. M. Monday
Mails fur .Mabel close at 7 A. M. Mouday and
Mails for Curtwright clos. 7 A. M. Monday.
pt'CKNK I.OIMJK NO. II. A. F. ANI A. M
1 4 Meets Ilrstand third Wc-duesduys in each
SI'KSCKK HIJTTK UHU.K NO. 9, I. O. 0. F.
J! nets .very Tuesday evening
W'IMAWIIAI.A KNCAMI'MKNT N'O. 6.
W Mfis on the second and fourth Wednes
days in each month.
sitr'L-vc TrrriL- vi i a n IT w
I J .Meets at .Masonic Hull the second and
fourth r riuays in eucu inoiiin. i.
T M.OKAKY POST NO.nO. A.II. MKKTS
fl. at Masonic Mall the first ami tlilrd rrt
days of each month, ily order. Commandkh.
OnOKR OK CHOSEN KKlKNilS. MKKTS
thettrstand third Katurday evenings at
Masonic Mali, lly order of u. u
PUTTK IlDOK NO. !7. !.?. G. T. MKKTS
1 9 every namraay uigm in una r euuws
Hall. W. C. T.
T EADINO STAItnANDOKIIOI-K. MEKT9
IJ al in. iy. I'. 1 nurcn every ounuay auer
noonat3:JU. Visitois made welcome.
Boot and Shoe Store.
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Will hereafter keep ooinilaU ituek of
Ladies', Misses' aud Children's Shoes!
Slippers, White and Black, 8andaU,
FINE KID SHOES,
MEN'S AND BOY'S
BOOTS AND SHOES!
And in fact everything In tho Hoot ami
Sliuo line, to whii h I intend to devota
my esHx'lal atleulioii,
MY COOOS ARE FIRST-CLASS!
A nil guaranteed as represented, and wit,
he sold fur the lowest prices thai a good
art hie can la- all'orded.
Is tho Life of Trade!
Will do work el-rapr than any other shop
Horses Shod for $2 Cash
With new material all trnuiul. ltessltlng
old shoe $1. All warranted to
Shop on the Corner of 8th and Olive SU
j. m. iiourv,
Fishing Tackle and Material
IU-palring done lit the neatest at;l and
Guns Loaned and Ammunition Furnished
Shop on Wlllam.tt. fit rest, opposite Poetoffloa.
Book and Stationery Store.
PoiUfflce Building, Eugess City.
I have on hand and am constantly receiving
an assortment of th. tit-sl
SCHOOL & MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
Illank liookt, VortfoUti, Cardu, Walltt$,
A. 8. PATTERSON.
D. T. PRITCHARD,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
ItepairhiK of Watches and Clocks
executed with punctuality and al a
Wlllamrlta Wtreet. Kuceoa City, Or.
T. -. IIcMKll-ickM.
Having purchased the store formerly owned by
T. Ii. Ileuilrleks, I lake pleasure In In
forniiiiK the pulilio that 1 will
keep a well selected stock of
Dry Coods, Boots. Shoes,
HATS. GROCERIES. NAILS,
n fact our sUH-k will he found to be complete.
B. F. DORRIS,
Pumps, Plps, Mtals,
House Furuishici Goods Generally.
WELLS DRIVEN PROMPTLY,
And Hatlafactlon Quaranteed.
Eugene City, - - - - Oregon.
Will keep constantly on hand a full supply at
MUTTON. PORK AND VEAXi,
Which they will sell at the lowest
A fair share of the public patrousKe solicited
TO TIIK FARMKIIM:
We will pay the highest market price far fsl
cattle, lions and sheep.
Shop on "Willamette Street,
EUCENE CITY, ORECON.
Mini, l.livered to any part of the city frea
of charge. JiinM
lly honest and fair di-allnn I liopo to hostile : '
lo sit il re a lihcral sharu of the
puhliu pationaKC I
Call and examine our slock mid priees U-t ire J
purcliasiUK cl uw liere,
I can always be found at the
OLD HENDRICKS CORNER,
Where I will!1 sllklmlsof Prodm-a
la .'chaiiKO for K jO'ls.
F. M. WILKINS.
J. O. WATLOCK.
Feb. . IU4.
n. uslic, JalnU. tla. Olla, Liada,
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