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Til EUGENE CITY GUARD.
...KrTJEMHKK 17. IHS7.
B. F. Kxiiiniiu r.
Altboiiuh bankrupt in issue the lt-ulili-run
jiHity U miffi-riiiK froinan -nibnriiHi.riniit
of riche in lliu mutter of Prrxidfiiul cinili
dutm. Tin ir qiwlity my tiot b nil that
could Im wished, but their liiinib.-riM bewild
ering. Tho jpftrlinKim of JMniHc, Sliciiwiu
ami Allison urne Iho nttrurtiorm of their no
tm1 favorite. Htipt riur loudness, but
tbn admirers of C'oiikliiiL', (iiilicrul Slitt liitui
Ainl (Juuernl rSlicridiiii uru not uilcnt us to
their merit. Tho onilook for a fierce irff
Ih within the party tlmt will luiva it irct
after tho couvuutioii meet nnd makes it
choice in very prointHi uy.
Wliiln climhiim ambition divide tbo lb
publicans, keeping alive olil ii:itr iIh mid
lireedliiK new ones, pence, ('""J
most cordial Imnuniiy nreviiil in the lieino
crotic party. Thn in but, one I'rcMilciiliul
candidate. It in agreed thiit Mr. Cleveland
kIihII be renominated. No l-tt.r proof of
tl excellence of bin it'ltn init ru t it it could bo
fiimihhed thnn thin unanimity of Dt inoerutio
From present appearance the reiiomina
tion and re-election of Cleveland seem to be
inevitable. Hacked by a strow mid united
narty. lie in Htroiiircr than it. and were ho
not half so popular with the Democracy bh
lie is; tho plninent dictate) o! political expe
diency would compel the party to accept
bin) uh ltd leader. I lift cause 01 iim simian
Cluvi laud linn mndii a jjootl President. IIu
baa shown a Chief MnKitriit the mime hum
plicity, good Heiise, firmness and integrity
which uiadohim a good shcrifF, BL;ood mayor
and a good t governor, Under all tho
varied conditions of his remarkable career ho
has been bis own rniistc r.
TakitiK office as the representative of a
party which bad not given a President to tho
country for a quarter of a century, he con
fronted ailmiiiislrutivo difficulties astly
greater ami more complex than would have
faced a Republican successor of a long line
of Republican incumbents. Vi t the two
years und a half of his orctipn'icy of the
White House have witnessed far less politi
cal turmoil and bitterness than marked the
three months of Oailb ld'a sway. After all
that ban been said of tho huu'i' of the
starving Democracy and its lust for place,
no audi storm has raged on the question of
patronage as the country was wont to see
wheu (inn Republican President went out
and another camu in. This decent quietude
baa beou owing almost wholly to Cleveland
himself. Democrats, being human, are
quite as fond of offices as their Republican
fellow citizens, und hail the president been
weak, or eaer to' conciliate any clement, a
fury of contention for the jirii s of victory
would have distracted the I uiou. Rut there
is no weakness in Cleveland. Down cauu
his foot, ami it has stayed there. Tin'
Mum li crushed many coins some Californii
bunions, too, it must be confessed- but
w here is the sensible ami disinterested IVin
ocrat who will not own to-day that his party
has been enormously advantaged by the
President's determination to Maud by his
civil service reform pledges'!1
And where is the lobby Where is that
baud of eloquent, opulent and pnsiiasio
gentlemen employed to "explain tilings,"
wliu'li tor years was as prominent a lean
of Washington as Congress itself.' (Sou
The railroad corporations no longer treat
with the United Stubs Government c u the
footing of a co-equal authority Their repre
aeiitatives Hud themselves reduced to the
standing ot ordinary cili.ens, Investiga
tions iulo tho nlliiirs of the liiiul-grauts rail
roads ordered by Congress have ceased to
be shams. Observe the caliber and Kpiiitof
the men appointed by the 1're.iiilent w ho re
cently sat in San Francbco as the l'ncillc
Railway commission. And who fears that,
should a vacancy on the Supreme Reiieh oc
cur, it would now be tilled Willi a creature of
W hen before lias the public domain bceu
Ho well protected by executive pVwer? The
land grubbers in tho Teriitories, the cattle
kings with their illegal fences keeping set
tled from the free prairies, the ineroaebers
upon the Indian reservations -all these,
astonished by an order to quit, sent to
Washington protesting deputations who
stood for hundieds of millions of money and
were further astonished when the deputa
tion:; were di;:i:i: sed with a stern injunction
to obey the order or bear the consequences..
Mistakes have been made, but there has
been also a frank and manly readiness to re
pair them. Criticism upon injudicious an
poiiitmcnta bus been answered by the with
drawal of the objectionable appointment.
Hut criticism which has not hud truth for its
basis and sincerity for its motive has found
the President a rock, lie has oppostd nig
n i tied tli unless to clamor, and those who
have in this way, matched their strength
against his are not perceptibly ahead up to
date. The justice of this observation will be
lie the most appreciated by those fe
rocious heroes of the 11, A, K. who deem the
Union and its tieasury theirs, and ask the
country to rank Cleveland as a rebel for re
vising to permit demagogues to swell the
pension list already larger than those of
all the first-class Kuropcau powers combined
by billeting upon it a multitude of uieu in
no need of such help. The warmest tip
plaudi r of tho course of the President in
this regard nre the self-respecting soldiers
who lint wounds and scorn to make mer
chandise of them.
The independent vote which made Cleve
land President will remain with the Democ
racy and make him President again. His
work commend him to the people. They
seo in him n man of immovable stubborn,
lies in holding to w hat he believe to be
right, and so far lifted above the passions of
partisanship that, while governing with a
just concern for the int, rest of his parly, he
never forgets that he is the Chief .Magistrate
of the whole republic. His popularity is
solid, for it is not due to the arts of a politi
cian or to deeds of exceptional brilliancy,
but rests on the esteem of the sensible and
patriotic niascH for a President of demon
Ntrutcd capacity and sober worth.
- I Ml . , i
Washington Hurtled, California's sixteenth
Governor dn-d in Oakland tit the residence of
his couhin, Mrs. lr, Itiickel SeU. l'Jtli. A
gradual decline in the Governor's health
culminated the "M ot August in a stroke of
partial isralysis, which, combined wiih kid
liey trouble, formed a eoiuplic.itiou of nul
dies that caused his d -nth. ibecased was in
his 6ild year, and is the first g ivcrnor of Oil
if.. n is who 1ms dieil while filling the execu
tive chair. His but iit took pl.ee Friday
thin week. I.ieiit.-Gor. R. V. Waterman,
bs'k the oath of office Thursday and became
Governor of California. He is Republican,
Cbii'scii News (Mlj ui. ml: The fimii.l
Army of the Republic men ant working not'lv '
for the re-t bvtiou of Grover Cleveland,
terdity a detaehuieut ol Mi.it wvamiuliou j
which was parading at Wheeling, W. Vs., re-!
fused to p.i under a portrait of the Fn i-
dent wlnjli Mfsu.l.d cr the street, I
bat made a detour and Ioerd tin ir colon.
a tin v did so. i
A dispatch from Hamilton dc-cribing the
opening meeting of the Ohio State campaign
nl I iid' to Iho speech of M-- Powell, tho can
didate for Governor as follows
The question of tariff re-form was diseiiasej
nUoiuo length. The upeuker favored a
thorough revision and an honest reforma
tion of the on sent nysteiii, nn'l "ahl that the
tariff should bo no reduced that no lnorj re
servo should be raised than the government
needed. Ho advocated keeping the taxes
upon whisky and tobacco and ai tides or lux
ury, mid making clothing and articles of lux
ury, and making Iks I, clothing and ar
ticles of necessity and general consumption
cheaper. He closed bis speech with a trib
nte to President Cleveland and hi work and
claimed that the party which bad done so
well with national alburn was the parly to
bo trusted wiih tho administration of our
own state all'.iiis.
The youthful Hun Francisco speculator
who turned &i into a pool ticket mid the
winnings of that into a real-estate transac
tion netting him $l,yiH, lias a counterpart in
one of the new towns of Texas. He was
made a present of a sickly goat which the
owner was glad to get rid of. The boy
niiisul it buck to health, traded it for a don
key, trained the donkey to carry a child and
barten d it off for a horse. The horso ho
traded off for another and fin. H lionght
a lot nnd started in changing and trading,
always with a Wii perception of profit for
himself, mid is now, although but 17 yenrs,
worth several hundred dollars. The goat
may bo credited with its share of praise, but
success will follow energy and shrewdness
whether they start in with a goat or n mouse
Taki Wabniho. Price groceries at the
City Oroecry before purchasing elsewhere.
Wantkd. 500 men, women and children
to feed at the new Ked Front Restaurant on
Willamette street. Good, wholesome meals
only 25 cents. Meals cooked to order ut
Tho Kansas City Times has published nu
swers received to inquiries sent out through
Kansas and Missouri as to presidential pref
erences. In Missouri -T't answers from
Democrats were received. Of these 251 were
for Cleveland, 3 for Thiirinan, 1 for Wade
Hampton, and tho rest scattering. The Re
publicans sent 2f! I answerf, of which 125
were for lilaino, 77 for Sherman, 41 for Lin
coln, and the rest scattering. In Kansas II2C
Democrats answered, as follows: ( love-
hind, M01J ; Thurman, 7; Hill, 0, remainder
scattering. The Republicans sent li'22 an
swers, of which 1 Ml wero for lilaino, til! for
Sherman, 4 1 for Lincoln nnd the rest arid-
Fob Salk. 135 acres of farming land, 1
'mile from Eugcuo City. Price $:iu per acre.
Apply at the office of Dr. T. W. Slu lion, in
be Matlock building.
Rev, Sum. Small has turned state's evi
deiii'e. In ii recent sermon he said:
I was born a Democrat, raised a democrat.
I studied its principles fully. I worked for
it. I have silent mouey for it, I have drank
whisky for it, I have lied for it, I have stolen
ballots for it, I have Mulled boxes for it, I
lid all it told me, and it took mo within half
a mile of hell.
Ho adds that "St. Peter has si, wed the
party out of his mouth." Wearo glad that
the parly is ml of one liar, the f and Ijillot-
liox sluller, unit us for 1 eter, r u Iviseliat
ie brV mouth and keep an eye iV "i
Wo have received at tho bauds of I
Southern Pacific Railroad, a copy of
pamphlet descriptive and illustrative of the
picturesque portion of California, adjoining
the Oregon boundary. It is styled "The
Sluista'llook, and is gotten up in gorgeous
fashion' making it a thing of beauty and a
joy forever. It is,wi ittcn in such excellent
style as to iniiko one cagei to read it, and is a
pulilie itioii that il'iescreilit to the S. P. It. K
i ne it, u. i .'inniisMoni r.s iiiivereciinmi. il
.1 .V ...
to mo ii. ,v l.., u. r. ami u. it. ,v a. me
b lowing rates on short hauls: Over 5 miles
and not (Acceding III miles, 4 cents per 101)
pounds or $H per car. Over 1(1 miles and not
exceeding 2D, 6 cents per 10 I pounds, or $12
p renrloi.d. Will the railroads open their
ears, or continue di ting as tiny please.
"An official analysis of the last census dis
closes that of the 17,,T,)2,(i'.i'.) persons in, the
United States then ciigaged-in gainful work
blow 20,01 0,(MI, about Do percent., cannot
be subjected to foreign competition, aud
about a per end. lire nil who can be, or,
rather, whose employers can." Daniel Man
ning. c -
F.x-Seimtor Fair Ins hi en elected President
of the Nevada liiink, at San Francisco vice
Flood resigned. Tho change is said to be
due to Flood d ibbling in the late wheat
The live iiliaichists who engineered the
Hayinaiket massacre of policeman in Chica
go last year, will lu hung November 11th,
the Illinois Supremo Court having affirmed
the decision of the lower court.
Canliiml Giblion, of Iiallinioii', who is the
head of the Catholic Church in America, will
shortly arrive in Portland to confer Dim i ,,.)-
lium on Aicbl 1 b p Gross,
A Chicago man offers to buil.l a $700,000
hotel in Portland if a bonus of ?250,00O is
l'x-Govi rnor Rlaekbutu died at Frankfort,
Kentucky, Sept. 1 1th.
To Whom it may Concorn
This is to certify that Joseph Goldstolie
has no connection whatever with the firm ol
W. Sanders, mid never had. He is just em
ployed as a cleik. W.Sanders is the sole
proprietor and pays all debts owing by the
said firm ot W. Sanders, and also W, San
ders is not responsible for any debts that
may be contracted by J. Goldstone
Geo M Miller will furnish information
and sell farm rights for the combined wire
and picket fence during our absence.
J. P. Swkkt.v Co.
Way 1WN Simon will sill you a fancy
percale shirt, two collars and a pair of cutis
all for 75 cents. Now is your time to buy.
Foa Sai.k.- A few nice builifing lots, ou
easy terms. Piice from $"0to $100. Apply
to Da. T. W. Shklton.
Faumi'iih Takk Notick. -Ak'ood dinner can
bad at Maker's I Intel for cents.
The New York Repuh!i.iik hive Uomiui- .
leu r rm iiraut lor sws-retnry it Mute. A
oi me "a ol lue lather. i
Cure For Plies.
PibM fieqiii'iitly picetshd by a sense ef
neih'lit iu the hack, 1 in cud loner part of the
tUhmifn, causing the patient tosupsse h hn
oine allc thai ot iho kiilneyi or lu'i.lilsiriiii;
"cans At times, symptoms of indigestion
im present, flatulence, unessiiirw of the tom
iuli, itc. A iiiointurv, like perspiration, pro
ilueiiirf A veiy ilisatreeab!e iteliiiiL-, after get-toil,-
wjitn, is a common attendant, l'dind,
til. -liiit: sud iteliini( iiile yield at one to the
applidtem ( lr liosaiiko Pile lienns.lv,
whidi act diiiuily q.,ui the parts affected, ah
xirbiiu the tuiimrs, allaviiu tin intense iteh
hu And ctfeetini; a inimnent cure. Prie .VI
e-nU. Address the Dr R:inen Mtslicin Co.,
Piqua. Ohio. S..U by Oshuru i Co. and W. S.
lt, of Junction.
IVr. Taylor . 7 O.iVs iVniisuiint, purely rt
t li'le, s,.itiv , ly cnr rheumatism, ic-iirnlia,
tKthvfie, i, '. he.i.la.-li, crump colic, cholera
li!olms,t'..!ii-iint wviiliitr to female, ly-"-ii.
i-.,.l r euicli. Hiv, Chill aud fi
ver, iiii aroun 1 t'.e h rt Mi-.ii-.!.,
I'lmn-ic. I.KOKi.K lAVloR.
N1. 1 by O.sbura H C drunsu, Fuen.
To Cigar Dealers:
Of Corvallis, Oregon, are uiauufucturing a
Hue grade of Cigars, and will compete with
other dealers, both in iirice nnd quality of
goods. No Chinese Labor Employed.
A Trial Order Solicited.
"board of equalization.
vrn'l ICK IS HF.RKRY GIVKN TO THE
1.1 taxpayers of Fane county, Oregon, that
tiie JJ.ianl of Jvp all.atiini will tntetj at tho
Court House, in Eugene City, l.ane county,
OreKon, on the hist .Monday in October, IM7,
to-wit: the 3d day at II) o'clock 'a. in., ami
publicly commence the examination of the
assessment as returned by the Assessor for the
year 1M7, corrector all errors in mluatinn,
descriotioii or qualities nS land, lots or other
priqierty. Said Board will remain in session
from day to day for three duy only. There
fore all taxpayers or persons owning prowrty
in said Fane County, Oregon, are hereby noti
fied to be and aniiear at the time and place
above mentioned and show cause, if any they
have, why their assessment should not remain
as taken by the Assessor.
Assessor I,ue County, Oreuon.
Dated at Kuiiene City, this Kith day ol
NOTICE FOll publication:.
Land Okfick at Roskiinm;, Oh.
ll the following named settler has filed
Sept 10, 1SM7.
TOTICKIS HKREBV GIVEN THAT
notice of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim and that said prisd will be
made before the Clerk of the County Court of
Lane county, Oregon, at Kugene City, Dr., on
Tuesday, October ', 1KM7, viz: Charles
S. Smith, Pre emption 1). S. No. 431W for the
Lots li, 13, 14 and 20, Sec. 21, Tp. 18. S., It. 11
West, W. M.
H .' names the following witnesses to prove
Inn ciintinunus residence upon and cultivation
of said land vi.: .allium Young, Alonzo
YouiiK, of Seaton, Lane Co., Or., John Law
suit, Georae Clarno of Florence, Lane Co.,
Cil.vH. W. Johnston, Register.
NOTICK FOU PUBLICATION'.
Land Ckfick at IIoskiu'iiii, Oil, )
Sept. 12, 1SM7. f
VfOTICE IS IIEKE15Y GIVEN' THAT
ll the following named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final prcof in
support of his claim, and that said proof will be
made befoie the Judge or Clerk of the County
Court of Lane('o., Or., at Eugene'City, Or., on
Saturday, October iilth, 1887, viz: John N
'row, Homestead J'.ntry Io. 3.id., for the S. J
I r. J, ec in, l p 2U Jt. a est, w. .M.
He iiainos the ioMowinir witnesses to prove
Ids out iuiioiiej residence upon and cultivation
of said land, riz: John O'llrien, Thomas
Howell, Joseph Landers, O. g. Cnrtwrilit, all
of Cartwright, l.ane Co., Or.
CliAs. W, Johnston, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
in and for the County of Lane.
W. E. Warren, Pllf. )
. Gabriella Warren, deft. )
Suit in equity ior divorce and the uustody of
mo GARKI ELLA WARREN, THE
.1 abovo named deft: In the name of the
State of Oregon, you a-e hereby summoned to
appear in said court nnd answer the complaint
of the plaintiff; filed therein within ten days
from the date of service of this summons upon
ynn, if ymi are served in Lane County, or
within twenty days from service upon you
if you are served in any other county in said
state, or if by publication of this summons,
then by the Hint day of the next term of this
court. On .Monday the 7th day of November,
1S87, and if you fail to answr, the pllf. will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded iu
the complaint, namely a dissolution of the
marriage contract existing between the pllf
ami the deft, aud pin have the care and cus
tody of the minor child of said iiiarriaue, and
such other relief as to the Court may seem equi
table and just. It is ordered by tho Court
that service of summons be made by publica
tion iu the Eugene City Gi'.uti) once a week
for six consecutive week. Dated September
lL'th, 1887. GEO. 11. DORR1S,
C. M. COLLIER,
OFFICE: At Court House, County Sur
At Melson' lljacksniitli shop. Wagons
and carriages repaired and painted on short
l-iT Itnwinabli" Term.
Standard White Shirts
Eye, Ear, Itectal and
Dr. J. B. PILKINGTON,
Surgeon Occulist and Specilist.
As above, limU his health improved by travel
ing, and now announces that he will continue
his monthly visit to the Upper Willamette
for a year to come.
Will meet patients at St buries Hotel, hil
"die, from 3 p. m. U''liMsHly to 2. 1.
in. TliurHdily, immediately following the
first M lay of each uuuith.
Have over one hundred cures to refer to, and
as samples ive the following:
li F Rond, Irving, saved from P.lindness.
Jas G Cherry, Albany, foiindryinan, restored
from llliudness. ,
l, t i T'.i T).'ITptileiekir. Harris-
lfc A ...-,.. ,
burg, 1 W lionil, Irving, M K Jiidkms, Ju
ene, Rectal diseases.
Have a large numiifcr incases hi jues,
f-l. ....... V:l-...,Uu ..ii.I e'ihf.iht it.lipr enroll or
uettintf well after years of unavailing treat
ment with cutting opernuoii nuve iniieu.
Hit. J. 13. PILKINGTON,
GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. I
Stat op Ohkoon, Exkcutivk DkpabT-I
MKNT, SaLKSI, Sejlt 1, 1887. j
By the authority yesled iu we by the leg
islative assembly 6f the 'state of Oregon, I,
Sylvester Peliuoyer, governor, do hereby
submit to the legal votera of the state
at a special election hereby called to
be held on Tuesday miccecding the first Mon
day in November, 18S7, the following pro
posed amendments to the state constitution:
FIH8T PROmlUTIOS AMENDMENT.
Siction 1. The manufacture, sale, or the
giving away, or the offering to Hell or give
away, or the keeping for sale, of any spirit
uous, vinous, malt, distilled, fermented, or
any intoxicating liquors whatever, i prohib
ited iu this state, except fur medicinal, sci
entific, or mechanical purposes.
Section 2. The legiulative assembly shall
provide by law in what manner, by whom,
and at what place such liquors, or any of
them, shall be manufactured or sold, or kept
for sale for medicinul, scientific, or ruechaui
Skltion 3. This amendment shall take
effect and be iu full force iu six months Irom
the duto of its ratification by the electors.
Suction 4. The legislative assembly shall
without delay pass all necessary laws with
sufficient penalties necessary to enforce this
HKCOHD AMENDMENT TO SALARIES OF STATE
Suction 1, The governor, secretary of
state, treasurer of state, judges of the bu-
prenie court, aud all other state officers of
this state shall receive an annual salary of
such sum as the legislative assembly shall here
inafter by law for each of such officers pro
vide; provided, that when the legislative
assembly shall have by law fixed the salary
of any such officer, such salary shall neither
be increased nor diminished during the term
for which the incumbent of such olticc shall
have been elected or appointed.
THIBU AMENDMENT TO TIME OF UOLDINO
Section 11. General elections shall be
held on Tuesday next after the first Mouilay
in November, biennially.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand aud caused the great seal of the
state of Oregou to be nflixed, this 1st day of
nepletuiier, A. u, IS8V.
By the Governor:
Geo. W. McBiiiok,
. Secretary of State.
No. 11 Keahnkt Street.
Trent all Chronic and Kpooiiil
AyilOMAY 1SE SUFFERING FUOM
? The effects of youthful follies or indis
cretion will do well to avail themselves of this,
the greatest boon ever laid at tlie alter of suf
fering humanity. DK. SPINNEY will guar
antee to forfeit W0 for every case of Seminal
weakness or private disease of any kind nr.
character which he undertakes and fails to
miiiiii.i: uv.n .ii ex.
There are many at the Hge of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacua
tions of the bladder, ofteu accompanied by a
slight sinai ting or burning sensation, and a
weakening of the system in a way the patient
cannot account for. On examining the urinary
deposits a ropy sediment will often Jie found,
and sometimes small particles of albumen will
appear, or the color will be of a thin, whitish
hue, again changing to a dark and torpid ap
pearance. There are many nu n who die
this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which
the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr S
will guarantee a perfect cure in such eases, and
a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary or
gans. Office hours -10 to 4 and tl to 8. Sundays
10 to 11a m. Consultations free. Thorough ex
animation and advice, $5.
IK. S1MXXKY A 0,
No 1 1 , Kearney Street, San Francisco.
iiOoiv; here i r
If you want work done iu the barber line,
come to the
IT) Oil NT SHOP.
Opposite the Guard office.
(J. W. I'luster.
1 make a specialty Ixrtli for quality of mU Uli .
suit the times. Country ortlcrs solicited. Uf.,.a "j1.
for cash accompanying orders. Orders promptly attp
both by mail or telegraph. SutiKfuctioBi u jr
I 11.111 MlilM 1J - ,f
: a iNii.fi
riiniiiTiinr ?r-ir r.-v
e1 Tl I
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Call and see me. J. R. BEAM,
Corner Willamette nnd Nevonth Streotf, Kuooiic City, Or
Our Ktoro Imilding Moid, and us we sliull Iiuvh t, iullU. jh(n
in the near future, wo have determined to close out our entire Htm-u
GARDLESS OF COST.
We have in Htock (he finest selection of goods suitable for IIo!ii
ents to Im found in the City.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Goi
chains, Silver Plated Ware,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums, Scrap tJooks, Autograph Albums
Christmas and New Years Cards,
And an endle.sH variety of nice'goodH Call and se?
No Trouble to Show Good.
A. V. PETERS
Four splendid "Now Wliito" Nickcl-pk
Sewing Macliines All Complete. ,
I am oH'trintr these niacin ties nf cost, nnt'lmvino ttio ii r rnnm tJ
them any longer. This is a fine opportunity to yootiiv nno of those innstttr
l- t. .i f : iii . , . , ." . . . '
mi, iiuhi, luriiisinMi, nun certainty mo most. ii,sinHo ol nil sewing' .uacinw
1 also offer the followino luiroiinsi-
Forty Ladies' New Market C Ivulu for J ess than ft
Tiventu-flve Gents line Overcoats, (this season's m
7 ill I.. on,
viusct or i less man uost.
These are all new, deHirahlo goods, and will pay .10 per cent, on the in"
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"v vi,. .,,,, i,ni , i io-.m -iiiurr.
I have a number of other bargains to odor nnd to which 1 ilUallf
on irom time to time
TT ' I . I
nas just received direct from m
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
4 FALL AND WINTER GOODS?
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS HO IDLE BOAST
But call and price then,. Remember the pluce:The New Tim
oii.ii-r inamene and i-iglith !;t., Etiocne City, Oregon.
For Sale by all Fini-Class
I Dealers. I
COSTS NO- MOEE THAlNFERiOR MAKES
b,1 'if insmm- " '"
For Sale by all Principal Dealers on the Pacinc Coas