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THE EUQEHE CITY JMABD.
Dtuiocraiie National ConvtnihiG.
The following it the call of the . conten
tion: Th National Democratic Committee, bur
lug met in th citjr of WaahiiiKtoii, 1). C,
tli 22J day of February, 1H8H, ha appoint
ed Tuesday, the 5th day of June nut, at
noon a the time, and ehoaen the city of 81.
Lonia ai th place lor holdiutf the National
Democratic Convention. Kiu h Hints U on
titled to a representation (her. in . equal to
double the numWr of Hh Beiiutor and Hep
mentivei in the Courex of tlio Uuiti d
Statea, and eih Teiritory ami the District
of ColmubU aball hnv two del twite.
All Democratic and conwrvativa citizen
of the United Hint, im'H-ctiv of pa.t
political MHxoi'iiitionH urn! iliflVrwicM', who
can unite with u iu il-e effort for a pure,
economical and coiiHtitiuioiiul Government
are cordially invited to join ui in heudiu
delegate to the convention.
WILLIAM II. BA11NC1I. Prenldont.
Fbidkbici O. PaiNcit, Secretary National
Amrrlran Wari Eipciuive.'
Burlington Free Pre and Time.
The Revolutionary war coat the United
Biate $135,103,701 The colonici from
1775 to 1783, 3M.0C1 troopa. The war of
1H12 oobt the United Statca 1 107.150,003.
The Dumber of troopa engaged ia eatimated
at 471.;JJ. Tb Mexican war coat the
United States $100,000,01)0. The number of
troopi engaged wa 101,282. Tbe war be
tween the Stole coat the United State
17, 189,720,900. Tbe number of Federal
troopi were 2,859,132.
That Damnlog Record.
' Albany Argu.
During ltepublicau central public honexty
wa maintained and lea money wa lout by
fraud than under any previoua adminixtra
tion or in any other country iu the world.
What about the Credit Mobilier, the Star
Route frauda, the theft of the 1'reHiduiiry,
the Pacific- railroad ileal and other raacali
tiu too numeroui to metion?
The remarkable content in the Eleventh
Congrenaional Dulrict of Michigan, in which
lllaine' majority of 7,415 waa reduced to a
lieggarly 300, hui created a aeuaittion in the
Eaat. The laaue wu purely one of tariff rn
form egaiuat the bitfh protective tariff.
The Republican candidate took bia aland
upon the principle that, in the nuttier of du-
tie, whatever i i right. Tbe Democrntio
platform wa tne rrnaiuvnt weKnie, witb
no attempt to explain it away. Tbe diHtrict
wa the very one ol all oilier In wuicli tne
war tariff might expect to be atrotieeat. It
1 not an agricultural rtdou, but i devoted
to lumber, copper and iron. It indiutriea are
protected, and ita voter number thottaaiid
of miner and woodcutters, wbo niinut be ex
peeled lo oonaider Ihe proportion to put
raw material on the free lint a a direct
blow at their own . interest. It , w the
very men, who, after the Ibhiio baa been
clearly prectit?d and fully diw'tiRsed, went
over to the Democratic candidate. Exami
ner. The luteal Republican candidate for the
presidency ia Mr. P, T. Baruum. II would
make the party the "World' Ureatuat
Show." A New York Time reporter found
him litrn Kuril!. Wlllin " If h nhmil.l lui
called upon. Here ia an opportunity for
i ne pany 10 got out oi mo mire iu wiiicu
lllaine' declination ha plunged it. Tb
following would make an excellent platform:
Bin. I own about HOO hoiiHea, beaide
aeveral ootly bnildina and coimiilerable
real eat ale lu thi douriahing initnufacturiug
city. I pledge liiymlf to well all I poaae la
here for one-quarter lr than Its prcnei.t
acknowledged value if tint Democrat elect
their preaideut. Every taxpayer and every
workinpmaii and womu will aeu bnaine
periuaneutly palaied if the south get Into
the laddie. It will eatubliah free trails, get
pay for It lava, ami obtain peuaiona lur
all rebel aoldiera.j
Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. , 1HH4.!
T. T. Nahnijm,
Trop. of "The Greatest Show on Earth."
The Ore gou State election " come off on
Juue 4th, the day before the Democratic Na
tional Convention meet in St. Louis. Tbe
DeiuocralM have only once carrii d the Slate
in a Pretidentiul year eiuce IniIii, and lllaine
obtained marly two ttiotnmuri majority ill
1884. Neverthole, th talk about a Deiu
ocrulio "ooupiracy" lo carry the Statu thi
year indicate that tbe Republican are Hot
o nure of Oregon a they would like to be.
If the Republican win the election tb
Dutch will have taken Holland (gain, but if
the Democrats win it will bo a clear gaiu.
Thi it why the- New York ' Tribune call
very man whojpropo to vote the Demo
o.atio ticket in Oregon rouapirator. S. F.
Of the 00.803 farma iu Miohigau, 43,079
are mortgngod for 60 per cent of their value.
The profit of farming are not ao great a iu
manufacture, where they range from
per ceut to 100 per oeut, and it i inipowibl
lor th farmer ever to lift the mortgage.
Tbe plan of payiug twice aa much for good
aa they are worth, doe not lnu out worth a
cent for farmer. But the Republican party
will give them cheap tobacco and whisky for
3 oent glaaa, and th utalwnrt Republican
farmer of Michigau will not deatre cheaer
clothing, cheaper agricultural inatrumeuta,
or a reduction of price on tbe 4178 artiole
Tbe United State laud oOicea are In re
ceipt of a new aud important ruling which ia
to the effect that iu all tlual homeatead,
pre emption and commutation raae hereaf
ter, where final proof la made autuitiiueut to
th date advertiited, and within a reaaonabl
tim, and tbe delay i caused by vircura
tanoe beyond th control of th claimaiut,
tb proof being in other respeeta satisfactory
th local officer will accept the proof npon
claimant furnishing an affidavit explanatory
of th delay. Thi i new departure from
th former atriugenl practice of njctiug
proof wbeu not made on the day advertised.
Tbe Iiome Role party iu Rugland ia ex
ultant over tbe Southwark election in which
the majority agnlnat the Conwrvativr wa
incrtaaed nearly 1,000 votea compared with
th preceding election. Thi ie regarded a
a eiguificant indication of the drift of popu
lar aentimeuti yet it wu but a email ibawer
which nearly (wept out a tariff majority of
7,000 iu Michigan the other day.
Senator Cockrell bt introduoed a Conti
tntional amendment iu Congreta, which pro
Tide tor th election of the President and
Vice Preaidi nt by direct vote of th peo
pie, aud declaree that th president shall be
intdugihl fur a second term.
The Republican intist on admitting Da
kota aa two Republican Statae, but arnn
oualy object to admitting th Dem crtio
Territorie of Moutana and New Mexico.
Thi exhibit cold nerv, bat it wont win u
it did in 1878.
r The Blight of Labor.
When a acting woman slip on her thiiu
l,U Ma. rl vfi i, r AuuiA and threads ber
needle (taxed 25 per cent.) with thread
(taxeluo per cent.), ana snip it on wiia
acirHow (taxed 35 per cent ), aud w a but
on ber huibuud's winter flannel hiit (iurd
08 per cent.), she i quite uncouncioui in
her effort to get on in tbe worid bow the
blesaeu lantl bear down upon ner. rrou
ably not on woman in th land ever think
of it. But it i high tim ahe hhouhl thiuk
of it. an. I luakt, her liustund. who ia clot licit
with th right lo vote, to net upon it High
taxation U the W.rn o! labor ruua
The Republican national platform of 11)81,
upon which Mr. Blaiuo nccepted the nomi
nation, contained the following:
"fb Republican pi,rt pledge i's-df to
oorreot the irregularities of tbe liiriff, by
such methoila na will r lieve th tuxa.ver,
Without il.jlllillg tllll luboler I the gltat
produive interexta of the conntiy."
The Democrutio platf-riu of 1881, upon
which Cleveland wa elected, a.d'1:
"The Democracy pledge ithcll lo rtvin
the tariff ill a spirit of fuirnek lo all-nut lo
injure any domeatio iuiliiKtrica-aiid witb duo
regard to American lalw."
The farmer itartod iu 1800 with one-half
the total wealth and one-half the population,
and in twenty year increaxtd their wealth
$4,122,588,481; the other half of the popu
lation increased their wealth $23,359,974,801,
or, to put it in a more graphic form:
Farmer gained In wealth. . .1 4,123.588,481
Tbe other half gained 23,359,071,851
Thi prove, of cotir, that tb farmer
t. . i i : .i. t . ..j
are geuiug ricu loruugn uenriug ine uruni in
au uneipial aud inequitably adjusted syutein
Bam Jones prod need sensation in VTaKh
Ingtou City by hi lecture entitled "Gt
There." He declared that Washington
ought to be a aober city witb ao mauy awili
tub in Congreaa. Auioug other things be
aid: "I am not a Democrat, but yrm Re
publican needn't grin; I never belonged to
your gang. I'm for Grover Cleveland,
though. No niau ba aat in the White
House iu this nineteenth oentury, who has
liarl iiuti-H frit tit do what he thnuuht to ba
right, and be i growing stronger all over
in country on account oi nis determined,
courageous action. This is th kind of man
It now trauapirca that the reason why
Senator Sherman, Ingnlls, Allixou, llawlev
and Evarl were o disturbed Iwcaii'e lliif
dleberger insisted upon iliaauHsing th Ex
tradition Treaty with Great Britain in opeu
Senate, was due to tbe action of the commit
tee on Foreign Relation, of which Sherinau
ia Chairman. The committee inaerted the
clause providing for thfl extradition of politi
cal otTonders, and the various Republicuu
Presidential candidate did not want the
matter publicly ventilated.
It may as well be noted that Justices Field
and Lamar, the two Democrat on the Hit
premelluuch, count rued the language of iho
llestrieliou Aol, in the Jung Ah Lung case,
in accordance with the uudcrHbuidiuii and
wiahes of the people of the Pacific Coast.
Four Republican Justices thought the other
aud Jung Ah Lung came in, thus defeating
the effort of the Democratic Attorney Geu
eral, wbo brought the suit, iu his effort to
enforce the restriction act.
Chaa. Wilson, a sheep owner of Sacra
mento, sold bis crop of wool at 9 to 10 cents
a pouud, while at the sauie time 25 to 30
cents a pound was btiug paid for Austral
ian wool, duty included. Manufacturers
must hnvw Australian wool for certain clatae
of gooda. Mr. Wilaou i nt it loss to know
bow the tariff on wool protect the grower
of doiueat wool. Can any protectionist
explain the pu..le?
The Wasco Sun aaks thu following ques
tion! Dolph Who pays for your society
dinners aud uewapuper notices? Mitchell
Have you ever given your constituents
anything but tally, and if" so how much?
what? aud when? Hermann Wbo arc yon?
What are you? and if you have ever done any
thing except to introduce bills, state, when,
whore, and how? You ure ber-mau, but
Au llungaiiau uiiuer has been found ia
Pennsylvania who lives on two cents a day.
He was brought over and put (u the place of
an American miner by a mine-owner of
Pennsylvania, who otico in four year tells
his men that war taxes must be maintained
unless American labor is to be brought into
competition with the "pauper labor" of
If protection has such a wonderful f fleet
ou wages, China hbould have thu highest
wages on the globe. It was absolutely iso
lated from outside trade for centuries and
to great extent is yet. A laborer's wage
in China amount to $5 a year.
It is dollar to ceut that the Republicans
put a plank in their National platform pledg
ing themselves to reduce taxes aud reform
the abuxva of the tariff.
Local Market Report,
' Euosni!, March 2, 18KS.
Barley -S.Vrf 40 cU er bushel
Kngs 1.1 ots per do. ' ' ' ' '
Riittiir- XKi 37J cU per lb; scarce.
l.AKD 10 uts wr lit.
Flock-lt trade, f I; LM, SUoO,
lUcoH-Side lOYii 12: suouMsrs 7 to 8 eU:
hams, 124 vts. ,v' ' i
t'ntttoue - tsl ct per buh. - -' ;
("he-l'.'H(.i! lSct. ' '..
A twelve Lorse power Wood, Tabor
Mors engine In Drst-clas condition. '
Also genuine French bur twuty-ftir
inches iu diameter for choppiug, Also 00
feet of ten inch belting. Will lie sold cheap.
Impure at the (irM oftice or of Johu
Holland at the Hill farm four mile below
Sealed bid will be received for the deliv
ery of GO cord four-fool body fir wood, to be
delivered at the pumping station of tbe Eu
gene Water Co. up to noon of March 10,
ltvS8. The right to reject auy aud all bids
reserved. U. R. Curikxan,
Supt. Eugvue Water Co.
SLADDEN BON'S PRICES.
5 can choice peaches..... ....... fiOO
7 " " tringbean 1.00
T " " peaa , l oo
7 " Witulow's com MX)
7 " Archer's com l.tsi
10 " choice tomatoea 1.00
And all other good at preiortiuulely low i
price. Call aud ae tbew.
hi.ADuw 4 Son.
School I UKiKS.ParvuU buy your nehmd
book of Mr. Oeorg Collier, formerly Mc
Comack & Collier. U ha th largest stock
and Milt at low price.
Board of Trade.
Pursuant to adjournment the first regular
uieetinq of the Board of Trade of Eugene
City and Lane County was held ut the.
Court House on Monday evening luat. A
large number of members were preseut and
all took an active intercut In tbe proceed
ing. President F. B. Duuu called the meeting
to order promptly ut 7:30. Reports aud
proceedings of last riieetin;; wero read and
approved. Second Vice Prosident M. Wil
kius addri-sxcd the Board for a few minutes
on the Knperior adiiutaxes offered in Eugeue
City fur uiui.iifactiinii;! enterpiises urging
all citi' lid to footer ami encourage the es
tablishment k( lupines intetpren in that
direi tinn, tdo liiought the ml atitnea ogri
culliiiMlly and l.ortii iilioinliv Kt.oi-.lti le
propeil,' and pronifitly dv. rtned, showing
tile altp r,ui lulvuut igiM L:i'i eminiy offers
i'l t;i- ,, eldll ", hi,i, iillli r tilings
lo llio liiiine m 1 -k r -i'e'i: liiwlon spoke
f. r a lew miiiiit' on t : 1 1 . ! f p'cdlives of the
civilly and the I, .tU'i.. 11 liie cou-t, anil
w u fol owfd lie L. Biive.i iiiO Prof. John-
sou 011 the Mime, siihi'jcl. Afui' Ihe discus
Mou, a cou.uiitteo of live was appointed by
the chair to couipiiv mid pn pare by resolu
tion or othfrwiao such facts as might enable
our nifmhcr and seuntors in congress to
secure au aimroiiriatiou at the present sess
ion of congress if posHible for the buildiug of
a iigbt bouse, and proper survey of Musiaw
Buy for the purpose of improving said harbor.
Meisrx. Bilyeii, Patterson, Hodson and
Prof. Johnson were appointed such com
mittee. The Presideut and Seclttary were instruct
ed to secure a seal for the use of the Byard
and such books as were necessary for the
A committee consisting of Messrs. Coch
ran, Yorau aud H. J. Day were appointed
to secure a proper room for the meeting of
Prof. Johnson gave notice that nt the
next meeting he would offer au amendment
to the by-laws adding another standiug com
mittee, viz: Committee ou Horticulture.
Presideut Dunn gave notice that he would
present a list of the committees at the next
meeting of tbe Board.
Tbe Secretary was instructed to continue
the liHtiug of members until the next meet
ing. Adjourned to meet Saturday even
ing March 3d. at half past 7 p. m., nt the
Court House. J. A. Straioiit,
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkius, 111 . druggist,
is not selling "Wisdom's Robertiue" for the
complexion, the most elegant aud only really
harmless preparation of its kind in tbe
world, and giving a beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
Dr. Pnither has received a lot of pure vac
cine matter. If you have not hern vaccinat
ed give him a call and scene 11 preventative
Free water power for a tot in of years for
The Willamette river supplies the power.
The U. it C. R. R. runs through thu premi
ses. Eugene is the educational center of
Oregon. Climate henlthlul and soil pro
ductive. For further particulars apply to
Pittkiison, buiiis Si Co.,
Hnueno Citv. Or
Tllttt liailVilnp navnt tArli.a A 111 irvrtl nF tllll-.
ity. strsnitth and whoteaumeneK. .Mure eco
nomical Ihau the ordinary kinds and cannot be
sold ia couilietition with the multitude of low
test. shor. weight slum or pluwphate powder.
Hold onl In niL Knvn. ISakino PciWIiKH
Co., 10t'WallSt.,N. Y.
puc poo puB sauaoojQ
JO .XS p,))JOSS Sd( KiU, OSH onw
MiHtf.iri i)t putt AJ.ICJ I3J
v i d s 'l-ip v)im
'K.ijiipl j.tmitp Vs
sj.i.iuus puiisdiu P''!l'uci 1S
" lU.MUI.'M pilli sdllJ UIVd Jrftj
J 's '! ipl 91J
saouj es9i(i eoiiofl
Burr h EcClanahan,
Abstracts of Title Furnished.
Faliu Win XYtitcd
and ail kinds of
Money always on hand.
J. B. tlAttriH, PBEST. W. T. PUT, CASniFB.
Bank of Oregon,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Tranhacts a general banking btine&s.
Boami or Dibkctoks:
F B Dunn, F W Osl-iirn, J C Church, 8 M
Yoran, J B Harris
Sure Der.th to Squirrels and Gophers. !
Made hy a new process. Never fulls t' give
fatUfactiiin. Every can warranted or money
refunded. Tie Cheapest hecatn-e tli Rest
Preparecl in such a way that squirrel est it in
preference to green grass, etc. Over 50,000
cans mild hmt year. Ak your dru'gint for it
sud take no other.
"noticlT for publication.
Lanij Okkice at Rosebijbo, Ob., 1
Feh 2H. m. f
VfOTIfEIS HEREBY (SI VEX THAT
1.1 the following-named settler has filed no
tice of hi" Intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that srdd yronf will be
made liefore the Judge or Clerk of the county
court .it I.ane county, Or., at Eugene City.Or.,
on Saturday; Apr, H. 1H.S8. viz: John S
Whimnsn, Homestead Entry No. 5271, for the
S 1 i of X V 1-4 and N 1-2 of S YV 1-4, Sec.
14, Tp. 17S, ROWest. W M,
He imiii'-s the tollowing witnesses tn prove
Ids coiitimiinis residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: James (llfutt, of Eugene
('itv, I.ane Co, Or., Jos Whimiian, Ed Pott
erlf, of DeadwiHiil, Lane Co., Oregon
of Hale Lane Co, Or.
Ciias. W. Johnston, Register.
J. L. PAGE,
RAVINti A LAUCiE AXD COMPLETE
stuck of Staple aud Fancy Groceries,
bought in the bent markets
Can offer tlio public better prices than any
Vnnluee of all kinds taken at market price.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION"
I.a:;i Oitick at lio.si:pt iui, tin., )
Feb. 17. IS8H. t
Totick is iu:i;r.itY ijivfx that
tli.i foMiiwiug iintned Kettler has tileil
notice 1 f his intentinii to innke ritml nionf in
support of hiii el.iiiu, ami that Haul proof
will bo inmle, lufure the Clerk of the
County ( 'unit, of Lane County, Or., at Jiiienn
itv, ur, on 1 ii.'Simv, Apr. ;l, IMS, vu: John V
( rail, Pre eii'ption 1). S, No. frl'ja for the
Lots 10 ami It, Sec. Tp. 30 S, R. 1 East,
He iiniueH the following witnesses to prove
his continnoiiii resilience iijioii, and cultiva
tion of enid land vix: V. Michael, it. Lewis,
Rufiis Clark, S M Stiers, all of Lowell, Lane
('IMS. W. Johnston', Reenter.
ORtGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
GHEGON? DEVELOPMENT CO'S.
STEAMSHIP f LINE.
2Tl JIILKS SHOUTKIl, '10 HOURS LKsS TIMK
Than by other route. First-class through
Passenger and Freight line from Port
land and all points iu the
To and from
San Francisco, Cal,
The Willamette River line of Steamers, the
vwn. M. lloag. A. a. ltently, ami Three Sis
ters leave Portland at 8 a. m. Mondays, Wed
nemlaya ami Fridays from MeHsrs Hiilman &
Cos dock, 200 ami 21)2, Front St., for t'or
vsllis and Intermediate points, making, close
connection t Albany and C irvallis with trains
of the Oregon Vacitio Railroad.
TIME SCHEDULE EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Lv Alliany IKK) p m.'Lv Yao.uina 6:30 a m,
Lv Corvallis IA7 p m,.Lv Corvallis 10:38 a m
Ar Yamina !t:M p m,; ArAllmny 11:13 a m.
O. aud C traiiui connect at Albanr and Cor
vsllis. The alsiv trains connect at Yaquina
with the Oregon Development Company's
Steanmhip line between Yaipiina and San
Steaiiu r From S;m Fr.ineiseo Finni Ysiuina
V'iIlametteN'alley Thur Feb t, Tiles Feb 14
Eautera Oreom Tues " 14, Sun " l!l
illmnette Valley Si-.u " 111, st " 23
Eastern Oregon Sat " 2.", Thu Mar 1
This Company renerves the rieht to cham.-
sailing dates without notion
I'snseriKers from Portland and other Wil
lamette valley points can make clue connec
tions with the trains of the Yaipiin naite at
Albany and Corvallis, and if destined to San
Francisco, should arrange to arrive at Ysquina
the evening before date of ilii.;.
Passenger and Freight rates the lowest
For information apply to C. C. Hoflt'l,
Act lieu! Frt A P Agt
trsoB Psi-itic K R Co.
C H Hasww t., Jk, Corvallis, lre.
tien Frt & Pas Ait't,
Orejon lVvelnpnient Co, ,
304 Montgomery St, Sn Frsncico. Cal
- 1 11 l
15nck! lirick! n rick!
: c :
TPT gl AHTV or BRICK KriT CONSTANTLY OK '
hiiuL Will exc lave hrick f.r all VimUi
of firm proibiee. Kiln and rwidvnea at Wal-1
lis liutle, two mile N et of KiiB-en. 15nck
delivereii immediatelr on rMi,t "f "r-U-r.
a. v. r.ur. Ant, Ewe,
A FINE ASSOKTMKNT OF
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A liARff K
m umi EMM
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Ou?1 assortment is Complete, from the lowest Price up to
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a call.
OUK STOCK is
rStfFresli, New and St j'IiIi.j3
Look U!t over; if wu tlo not save you money, wh will inak Home one elso
sell to you low.
A FULL LINE
1 m:tke a specialty Loth for quality of ffoods and prices to
suit the time. Country orders solicited. Liberal discount
for cash accompanying orders. Orders promptly attended to
both by mail or telegraph. Stttiifactioil (liarJiitcc1
LINE OF if;
in out -mmmm!
Call and see me. J. E. REAM.
Corner Willamette nnd Seventh Streets, Eugene City, Or.
Has just received direct from New
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
-fFAU AND WINTER GOODS!
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS HO IDLE BOAST,
But call and price them. Reniemliir tl- place: 'flie New Three Story
Brick, corner Willamette unH Eighth St., Eu-.'-ne City, Oregon.
J. CHAS. MOSBURG,
Ntaplc autl Fancy
Everytbiuy new iiml fresh. Good do
livervd free to any part of the city.
In Tobacco ami igars,
You will find the best Positively tbe finest
Imported Cigar in the city
CANDIES, XUTS AND FKUITS.
Come aud see me and be convinced that
von can save nioiu v v lnvinr n. n...i
at tlio Vi illaiuftto Store. Uppoait Ccaiid
T I'll I L. tV.K...
The Improved Farm Fence
Is (lie cheapest and most
perfect In use.
Steel and Wood Solidly Interwoven.
We use from nil to efcht wire interwoven
olidly, with from thirty to fntty lilit
wmnlen lat to the nnl, tlmii producing a fence
that will hold all toclc bred iixin a farm.
It i the ruoKt durable fenr male, a the
lu am in a vertical p.witiim. clear of the
pnmnd. and will outlant a ahinyl on a house;
no barb to kill itock, and i a vinihle a a
It ia woven or manufactured on the i wU
One man aud a ly can build from 40 to 60
rinU in a day. Fanner can build their own
fence and we material that would otherwine lie
ii or mi aa tuet, and thn ave from $00
to .0 Per mile.
ur UI ,unl Mt i,re"ir f
1200 to lOO JOUlHl.
. e can refer to many farmer in Lne and
lamvla ennntie who re uini our fence.
Term f.r rights in Ijine, ImuIm ,,j cim
vMi.ir ...u w uuuiinei hi
J. P. Sweet & Son, Props.
EUGENE CITY, LANK CO, OR. "
I 1J. DUNN
If you want to buy or sell a farm or town
lot, call on
M'GUNAHAN, WARREN & BURR.
They have the best facilities for making
rea.ly sal and are constantly in correspon
dence with Eastern partie Heekinx invest
ment in Oregon.
No charge unless they do you good.
Offlce Iii Walton's Hlock.
T HAVE OPEXEI) OUT A LARGE AND
JL Select Stock of
GROCERIES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS-
MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Etc.,
Which I intend lihiK t Faib and ExaSOM-
GIVE ME A. TRIAL.
tJTOld Mimmie Building, Eugtnt City, Or,
G. G. GARKISOX.
M: im tee.
For Kent or Hire.
Apply for term, etc., to
HOWARD & RROSS