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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
.. OCT. -Hh UM
Molilalia Ih All Kitflit.
H. l'Ull l'ar.eiitr, Uovernor of Montaua
under Arthur, aud urn a leading ltMilllcuii
nf tint Stat, ava: "Tha Hepublican have
no cm and tin ma "I tha rty "ml Ml
Hii-rt Ih. iu in tl.i- ,-itr... I" I"' '
Mayor Fuller, of Helena, a atnmg Iteiml.H
cn, uvi h will nothing to do with the
iiarty If It reaort ta violation of Uw to win.
No one who read the Oregonlan would ever
unpicion tliKt th I lemocrefle precinct thrown
nut, wa upon the affidavit of an ex peniten
tiary convict Henry Bernard in hi name,
and iiixin bin word the licpiil.llcan have made
thrli entire caae.
Tha Waaliington returns bsve been can
rasam and show a Hepublican innjority
of mi MXJO. There with 4015'i votea osat
for the conatltulion, 11H7'J again!; 19648
for prohibition, 1)1148 against; 111527 for
woman anfTrage, 3B113 against. For ttie
Oapilal, Olympia received 254'JO, North
Yakima 14718, Ellenaburg 12833. Mattering
10i8. Olvrnpia having recoired the higheat
number will remain tbo temporary capital
till Ibn neit election wben witb North
Yakima and Ellenaburg, the two ueit high
cat, unotber couteat will be made.
The Chicago Tribune, a Itepuhlican 'ier
with more cnnacieiie if not more liralna than
the OreitonUn, ay:
"It U an intuit to common aenae to affirm
that the tarllf enliancee the prloea of wheat,
com, oata, cattle, Inaja, Imraea or inulea, h..iI
try, Uuller, cheeae, milk, hay, frill. viet
Idea, cotton or tobaco i leaf. The price of the
farmer ' product ia finl by the foreign mar
koto, ami the price of nearly everything the
farmer buya i iletermined by the tarllf and it
incident. It ! an ugly truth, but it ceunot
be wiped out."
The S. K. Kiaminrr now come in a new
ilre and a make up cnrreiondiug to the New
York dailiaa. The Hunday edition .roiiaiated
of 40 pagen and hal original coniril.iitlnna
I rout many of the leading men ".' ( 'allfomia.
The Kiaiuiuei la progreuive and haa made
wonderful atrlde under the preaeut MMH1
meut. until it atanda without a rival on the
Indianspolis baa 2,800 colored rotei. It
ia an id they went Democratic nt the rrceut
city election, became tbo negroe appointed
in ibe local uoatnfllcc by a Democraliu
poatinaater wuru tiiriied out and not re
placed by tbeir owu color when hi Hepuli
lican auoceaaor cauu in.
Witb the fact tbat Dinger Hermann ii to
be overthrown hh a caudidatu for OOMTvtM
cornea the uunounooment that Hon. 0. 0.
Bcektuan ia to be entered in the race ua the
Houtbern Oregon cundidate fur Oovcruor.
. (Ireeii li. Itiiuiii, fiirmerly cuinuis
sinner of internal revenue, hua been appoint
ed 1'enaiou Couimiaaioner in plane uf Cor
poral Tanner, who rendered It unpleaaant
lor the preaout ndiuiiiiilration by raiding tbo
Ki Congreaaman Findlay. of Maryland, a
aecond oouain d l'realdent llarriaon haa been
apimlnted a member of the Venetuela Cm
miaaiou by hie klnainan. Siuce March 4, only
14 of Harriaon'a relativea have Wen placed in
office by the l'reeldent.
It la rumored that the I'rlnce ot Wulea
la afflicted with an incurable diaeaae that will,
in all probability end hie lite before many
month. Unleaa Queen Victoria aMI.ate. ft
la poaeible that the prince will never ait upon
the throne of (ireat llritaln.
Qen. llarlrauft died at bin home iu Nor
riatown, l'u., ou Oct. 20tb.
And now that ibe vnliio of timber laud in
thia country ia recognized, and it ia begin
uing to be asacaacd, it ia aiiggeatid to the
Aatoriau that it Nboiild tie I An in-
it agency to insure owneia nf timber
laud nguitiat deatruction m loaa by tlie
would be aometbing new, but it will arrive,
eventually. A aingular anomaly will ariae
iu tbia instanccth.' better the timber him!
the leaa need ia there to imurn it
where the giiinta of the forest atiiud together
the aunlight nhut out, and no undergrowth
there ia little likelihood of flm. Ho, nlao
iu general throughout tbia ngiou for soveial
month in the year, abort term policies cov
ert ug .Inly, AugiiHt and September will piob
ably be the moat popular lylu of tiuiber iu-i-ui.
1 1 co ill the ii. .ii future.
Tbu new coutrnctora ou the Oregon IV
liflo'a eastward rxteuaion have arrived at
AllMaiiy with a portion of their plaut, con
sisting of seven car loads of tock and oiitllt,
including (10 niulea, toola, etc. Tbia will at
once be ahippod to tbu (rout and work com
menced, about 800 men being employed.
"We will lluiab the work to the auuiuiit of
the (Wade uioiintuiua, a diatance of about
40 luilca from the eud of tha work now
done," aaid one of the contractor, "aaaoou
aa poaiible. Tbia will depend aouiewbat ou
the weather, but we cipcot to complete It
thiafill and winter."
Hslurdsy iiioruiug lieu CleUu ntid I,
Kuoi, two boy aged about 17 yeara, were
bunting duck on the river in a boat, above
Albauy wben a frightful accident happened
to Ibe former. Iu takiug bia gun (rum the
boat, uue barrel waa diacharged, the couteutl
of the abut entering hi right arm uear the
abouldrr, tearing it off, leaving the arm
hsuging by a few abreda. Hit companion
brought the uufortuuibt youug uiau to M
Uuy na faat aa be could row Ibe boat, where
the arm waa amputated. It i thought be
l'rivata Dalell contiuuea to publicly
mouru Ibe fall of Tanuer. Ilia Uleal re
mark la tbia: "A private cau no more bold
an office than a uegru or a leper. The
prumiaea of more puuiioua which poor
Tauuer waa tryiug to carry out were intended
only lo b valid till election They were all
Ilea, the men wbo made tin ui all kuavee,
and wa all foola (or relyiug upon them."
There ia little doubt that Ibe oldeat grave
of a while uau iu Oregon ia the one iu Aa
loria, on which ii chiseled on a rougL aand-
atoue alab the name of Alnander McTaviah
He waa drowned in croaaiug the Columbia
IB 1814. The deceased waa oue of tboae
Hootch mrmbera of the Hudaou Hay Com
pany, wbo led the van of civiluatiou in Ibe
He U Nov. h HeiiUM'iHt.
IS, f, llMlhiit
Biisto. October 13 The l'reaidenl elect
Of Harvard lanowa full fledgid l modal, i
To day at the liny Stale Clnl. dinner be
hlood up with ucb Mil id DimocraUaa Oeli.
oral Colliu. KsM.iyor O'BrWti Wilts
Aspinwsll, and WillisH B Bogawll, OMrlM
dnlo for (iovernor, mid in a nolcworlliy
speech id be w henceforth u PvHMMkt,
and told why. II" M W9 prtDOlplM 01 me
party were the prlooipM' fch "u ' ""-i
Coutraating Clevelutid'a ndmiuilruti(,n
with Harrlaon'a, ho declared ibf lUt
could not bat coiiipiiriaoii. He praiwd
Cleveland for being the flrat to ab ui the tide
of vaal etpenditiire. iu the I'ounon Ofli.
He bail prevented lb waslo of the DaHlOO a
wealth at the aacriflco ol bia polilicxl wel.
uumii i'g:aloN viktti.
While mi Ih. Mibieet of DfOaiOfM, be
Prcnidont-elccl , iid, M far a he blinw If
waa concerned, ho wua in favor of pcnion-
iug not only an libera, but old office bolder
who havn outlived their unfiilnc alter
fuithfully Kcrviu bt n itioti; and not only
them, but hcbool low lier and all other
peraouH included iu tin- cub o..ry I m ml
of the public. Hut iu tbcae duya of pen-
iou eltruvngiiuci i ami deceit and by
pociacy, both in application and forui of
granting pi uaiOMI it wa lapoMibltS '"'
declared, to tell lb" dill'ereiii I" Iwccii
fraudulent laMlilll mid honeal Hiiflereia
from wound Hiuliiincd uuil diaeuse con
tracted in time ol win
UMMU'l kmi'I.k a noon oati.
Reverting to Hlule inaiie, Dr. Illiol auid
Tnat tLi. year two lliiiviinl men hembil llie
reaoective licket, imt (but one of tbnu,
the Hepublican, bad raflHtd the oiler of ibt
Democrat, Mr. llu ell, of a public debute
on the iaaue of nation tl politic. Harvard h
l'reaidenl aaid he wu aoiry lo know that
a aon of llnrvard h id n jreted a public en
couuter, even iu a political campaign, uuil
he thought Abu Lincoln' ixumple in par.
liciputillg in u political debute with Ktcpll.-ll
A. Dougla wue good enough for any Har
vard man lo follow. Mr. llinckelt' m um
era have declined I" d i bate because ucb
debate uru of Hoiilherii origin ami ciihtom;
but I'reaidunl Klliol h,iid, even if they were,
they were capital g DOd lliiug. Ilia IDtOflk
baa urouaed iBUMIta MlibailaaUl and ia
the big Henaatiou of Iba naUPtbjB,
The orduuucu depnrtiueiil of the I'liited
Ktatea army liu decided lo invialignte the
tubjcctol amokcl MM gunpowdi-r. An army
officer any: "BoVtvar alow our army
officials may appear to b.ivu been iu expori
mentiug with lOWkteMM gun povdaTi Ihey
have kept apace v,nb Uu limea upon all
occunioua. Wbare II claim were preaeut
vd by officiul IMl WJ Kurope, the Culled
State had It 'representative present
and lb. " bavu been leverul official re
port tiled upon tin subject witli the Heu
H buy of war. Allliougli the attempt baa
bieu made to keep the composition of tin
new explosive a Hicret, we know pretty M
curnlcly of what it is iiiailu. Dynamite tind
gun cotton cuter hugely iuto ilacompuaillou,
Castor oli ia also ti d iu oiue inmiilea.
The combuatioii ol oue sample of smoke
les powder proiluce such an overpoweimg
aleiich that It sickens persona compelled to
be iu tbu viciuity. In other cases the re
sult urn ao UkMrtnin that the practicul
utility uf the iuveiilion is mutter of aerioua
doubt. If it ia diacuvorcd thai practical and
perinaneiit reHiilts on- likely to be the out
come, It l aud iuveftlfatlou will be cur
ried on iudeflniti ly, unlil the merits or
demerit of the iiimiiHoii have beeu fU
There bungs upon llie front door knob of
the room recently vacated by W. T. Kills,
oleinuly, yet reverently, swinging toaud fro,
iu the genllu r.epher lliat whisper the sad
and moiirnliil atrain nf bis untimely di tmit
uro, a piece of black cloth, which bus b en
placed there by some small Imy in memory
of Ibis saintly mm, wliu-e angelic hnvi rings
about our city remind us of a picture ol (be
comiuisaioualu cheiiibiu, mi tenderly bovr
ing over the Ark ot the Covenant. This
emblem of n sped and heart felt griitilude
ia very suitable imbed, it is nil old rag
that bail bciu used for month to wipe the
iuk from the rolleis mid type, uutd it wiw
as black and llltbv us were the deeds and
action of the inuii whose memory it ia cal
culated to peipctuatc. It is said, he ia
gunti. Albany RtTald.
Harry Downier, of the Miiton Kagle, wu
treated to a aurpiise on his return homo the
other day. A iiumls r of Milton people had
pledged 242 to pay off the iudchtcdncK of
his house .in I lot, in appn ciation of hi ser
vices on I 'i I. ill of the town. -Tribune, Pen
dleton. On Exiiuiition - A part of our new stock
of crockery and glasswaic is now ou exhibi
tion ut our grocery store. Call ntid exutuiuc
it, A. Uoi.iismitii.
Iloatou baa juat followed the example of
Chicago and uow reipiirea nu examinatiou of
all cattle slaughtered for food for the dis
covery of tuberculosis or consumption in
eorue of it form. No meal affected is per
mitted to lie sold.
Our eirhauges, aaya Ibe Aatoria IVurer,
emphatically aaaert that the 'bualle mul
go." Wa kuow of a etore from whence the
bualle departed loug ago. In fact, Ihera
never wai any buatle about it, aimply b
oauae the proprietor uever apeut a dollar for
Corporal Tanner aaetua uot only to hate
bid the family of patting bu own fool into
it bat of inserting th unwilling (eel of hte
friend aa wall. Deaaagogy doea not alwaya
pay and it U to ba hoped that President
HarrUeo U aufficiently impraaaad witb tbia
(ad uot to try it again. - W, .i 8bora, (lad.)
Taken up by the iiiiileisigned iu Kuh'cnr,
I jine Co., Or., ou Oct '.'3, IS.S',1, one red cow
with white buah mi tail, alsuit 10 yrar old.
Crop and aplil iu right ear and crop in left
I will mil the alsne deecrllied estray at
public auctiou to the highest bidder fur cash
In kugeue, Lane Co , dr., on Saturday, Nov,
IHh, 18Kil, at I o . lo, k P, M.
.1. T. WiTTrg,
lUtl Oct. 24, 'S'.l. Niglitwatchnian.
The Celebrated French Cure,
la OkO on A
GUAR ANT EE
tu cure any
form .it nerxoua
illeae. m u
uiaonlei ol the
ei i ' . A
aua of ellher x whether aii-mv' from tha
tlcalveueolNlliiuilnt, loUcio ot upiiiin,
orthMUgh joulliful lii.UaeMliHi, our ttHlulf
eucc, Ac, mch aa I , ol llialn IVer. Wakelul
Oeaa, lU-ariug down Pallia lu the Hack, i.mial
Wikiien. Mvalena Nervous I'nsrtrailon Nis lurn
(I Kmiaalom. U-unurhn a. DMBMat, Weak Mem
ory, lAwaol lNiwerand liu).lcii. y, which If o
(l U-.I ollen lead to i-reioalureolj agv and luaau
Itv rrlcell.OOataii.aboxealorlvVW Seut by
mail ou i. . pi of rh e
A WKITTF.N UI AIIANTKR la glien lor
eer .V0Unriler rasTitnt. to refund llie moiwy it
a IVriuaneiil cure li nl eflwlM.
We hae lliuuaiel ol lotlmonlals from "M
i aud youug. ol tah aexea, who have hern Knum
1 aeutly rurvd 1 Ihe um ol AraaooiTlM
( Ireulai I rev Addreae
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
May BfMell HIfry.
Tbel'iii.evillelU.iew aaya: 11 ia often
Mil ibai -murder will onl." but It rWe
M . iii Ibal II... old aaying I M.iuetimea MM
, b,,ugveii.d. toOnol ciiuniy wiibiu
I In. pual few tcara a uuuilier of crime have
!.. ..nmmilled which tto IBJOMH
inyslerv and '"' '"' l" ,"u r0
Kr intaiice, not lea lhau ball a doa-o
tirea have occured in Ihe county daring the
Ml iwo yeara which were undonblnllv
im . i.iluiry, yet there haa uot U-eu a aingle
iDfUBoa ID wbleb Ibe peraon who kindle,
llie tire ha beeu conrlcled, and in moat
piiaeaithaalieen impoaaible to guea wbom
the inceiidiarK were. And again, Iba dla
p, ui nice of Oeo. Nulling lal May, wbleb i
i . i dly conceded to have been ibe work ol
la MMMiu, ia still a myatery, and the partiea
most interealed iu discovering hia murderer
buvr abandoued the search entirely, when
neb crime a iboae mentioned above can
be eommiltedaud the cloaeat infeatigfttion
fails lo dbatOfW Ibe perpetratora it eema
there is little protection ol life or property,
lint there seem to be no remedy, since men
do not call iu wilueaaea when they commit
ciime, and if ibey bava nenae enough to
keep Iheir nioutha abut alter it ia done tbey
uro usually sale from detection.
SAVH),Vhen the ateamer Alaakau went
.limn ll Cape Blanco last May, it wa aiip
DOM ,1 that Cbaile Albert, on of the crew,
was drowned. Wben Ihe boat pat out to
, , ,irtwaeoueof the thirteen who re
mained ou lamrd and wa caat into the aea
with wreckage when the veaael fouudered.
Bomt of Iboae in the boat reached abore,
I, ui ii was supposed all wbo bud remained
b vessel had gone down. Mra.
Mooni -y, the mother of Albert, now rtaidiug
in iiiikbind.inouruad ber ion a loat. For
we. ks sin) hoped (or tiding from him, but
in, ally guveupall hope. Last Halurday even
ing, however, ahe received a letter post
marked I loug Kong, aud in the hauo
writing of her ou. He slated that after
the steamer weut duwu be floated on a piece
o( wreckage (or aeveu daya, auataining life
on a can of peach.-, witb which he bad
provided himself. At length when nearly
.b ail be waa picked up by Ibe bark Kiltie,
lumber laden from Portland to Hong Kong.
After a teinpesloin voyage, in Whiob their
musts wen. nearly carried away, they ar
lived in Hong Koug ou the laat of August,
from which place he wrote to hia mother.
lining Albert stated tbut be bad worked
btf on-the fluot ou the voyage and would
return with Ihe veaael to Portland where be
expected lo arrive iu January, when be will
n turn to hi home in Oakluud.
BROWNSVILLE RUBBER BOOTS
Tin: Chinaman Dai. Several dayi agu
on the moth IhuiiiiI haial train, which waa
loaded with pasaeiigera (or the fair at Portland
MOM boodlntM ou board threw an empty
whisky bottle (mm the car into a gang of Cbi
uuiueii near Oregon City. The bottle atruck
one of the Chinamen on the bead aud in
breaking cut a frightful neb. The wounded
Mongolian was taken on board the train and
the nervier, of Dr, .1. 1,. Hill, of Albany, and
another physician on the train were called,
win, 'liil all they onaVl to stop the blond, but
to no avail, us the Chiuau.au died from Iou of
blood mi reaching l'ortlond. The affair waa
bttlbed up a much a possible, but the young
men who threw the mhutile have been very
uneasy since the affair. Home young meu
from I. um Bounty are aaid to have uern in the
crowd. A later repisrt saya the Chinaman ia
Don't Believe It
When told tbut V. M. Wilkina, tha druggist,
is not selling "Wisdom's Hobertine" for Ibe
complexion, the most elegant and only really
harmless preparation of ita kind in the
world, and siring a beautiful picture card
with everv bottle.
Cull a Halt Thai tired languid feeling
means that your system ia in a atate to in
vite disease, and Wright' Compound Ex
tract of Sarsat.iirilla is what you need at
once to axpe impurities of the bluod and
build you up. Sold by all druggist.
J. W. CHERRY is still carrying
a full line of these celebrated goods,
also a full line of
HATS, CAPS AND GENTS FUR
Sold at the Lowest Prices. Re
member the stand, .Walton's Block.
House in Eugene. Corner 7tli and Wil. Sis.
OSBURN & GO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES.
WII.I.A.MKTTK STIiKKT NKAB 8TH
Kugene l,'ity, dealer in
PATKNT Ml l'H INK
Of in ,st every kind, etc.
Brandies. Wines and Liquois
of the. very beat quality fornieilieinul pt:r oat
WE have always kept abreast of the time
in our Hue, and without boasting, We tl.ii.k
weareaafein claiiiiiiiu tluit we have THn
IIKHT assortment of HIH'CS in lv.igene.
l'artieuhir attention is culled to our at ck e
TUILKT SKTS, and
For the year
City .Jewelry Store!
W HOLLO WAY F W. A. CRAIN,
(BaoceMOc la H. N. OBAIN.)
Musical Instruments, and Gold Pent,
Silver and Hated Ware.
Watul.es, I laekl and .lewelry repaired in the
best Workmanlike manner and
Wii.i Aums St., Kuoikk.
rOK IULC BT
S. H. FRIENDLY.
K. K Lvx-key
F. M. WILKINS,
Practical Druggist i Chemist
llrualira, Palnla, Uleaa, Olla, Leada,
Toilet Articles, Etc.
riiyaieiant' I'reaoriptioua l'oniHunded.
Xorthcrn Pacific Railroad.
I'oim i ut mt i s rim vi rnit i -
LA D TO I III I IM
TWO TRAINS DAILY
No I'liaugH nf Can of Any Class
No other line runa Palace Dining Cars
la't ween Portland and the Hast.
KMICKANT SLEEPING CARS
In the world are run on all through Iralna, da
and nulit, without ehaog and free
Pl'LLMAN l'A l.At'rJ SLEEPING
UM Kirrnt, I Wat and Sal eat la I'm Any
S E K T H AT Y i l' K Tll'K KT8 READvtath
Nortlu'rn Padfio B R
l ortlaad l i, kt Ufte No 1 tYaaalaftoa St
IWpl Ticket ear lat Bad O, Purtlaad.
A. U . II VI, I I "N Aaa l Heal Paa Aft.
S Tthara Pacific Kadnaad
UI Kin St, I or. W aaitBaai. ltlaa Or.
We shall lie able to sell 1' A I NTS, 01X8 and
HHUSHES, (of which we now have a largt
stisjk on hand)
Than any house in tbii city, mid our friends
can rest assured that anything DOOght from ua
will be first claaa. A we buy many of our
i(omla 1-jist and have facilities that few in our
biiainess hav e, we think we are prepared to un
dersell and furnish a better qmabfy of ','isi.ls
than anyone in our line in Lane county.
We call ewcial attention to 1'ltlvSt'ltIP
TIllNK which will be caielullv tilled at all
houri of the day or nbilit.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Junction City, Oregon
Se" SiH-cial attention ciicn In Repairing
WATCHES, CLOCKS mid .IKWELRV.
Vienna Meat Market
Bulkley & Heald
Are prepared to fur
In CAE LOAD lots
W. B. ANDREWS,
On corner of Olive and
8th street, next door to
Johnson's carriage de
pot Will ou mid after Moiiiluy, July 1st. Keep
ou haud a full supply of
fiolognas & Sausage,
J. B1LI NKK.
C. H. PAINE,
ILL DO A QBNKBAL
l'LOW WOHK, &C
A HpacWtf at MEI.SO.V and 8COTT8
HUekamltl Shop, est Seventh Street, one half
Sleek West from Willamette. Manufacturer
Boss Cultivator !
C r AH Work WAHllANTED. None hut
ihe BUI Material lined.
one of the lcst waonniiikerK in
the State of Oregon, cau uow bu found
ready for all kinds of work in hia line, at
Puine's blacksmith shop on Seventh street.
HAS OPINIO A SHOr ON NINTH
Street, one door weat of '.Hh St. tinahop;
lie ia preired to do all kinda of work offered
in hia Hue.
A lar- tock of Fine Cloth on hand for
euat.uuera to lect from.
Lepairiiifc and cleaning done promptly. Sat
li HkaeM, X.. n is;. f
Stop Smoking Chinese Cigais, Cloverdale Dairy.
TE HEKEIIY 1NTROUICK DUB
f Home Miiiifctuiv. Ci.
our awfial Imivl:
THK ORXGON WANT, )
Til K BEST CKXT. The Beit
Cl liAN BELLI, 5-Cent !
;ollv . a,, , CIGARS :
H.UTY HOI KS, mkm or.
F.I H KS K II EKt'l I.ES. .' (or M Cents.
A4XAPUL0O, a If cut Cigar
W also ll IMPORTED i I" Wo
All kind of TOBACCOS and SMOKEBS ,
ARTICLES at Wholesale ,n l II
NOTICE to t ll'K sl"'.J.i.- w.
Haaaoa Srrapa ia pa kaira.
FiTot Tan door i"th .4 V.M Office
oa WdlataetU ilmt.
i. uuaam u
I will open a Dairy
at Cloverdale, Lane Co.,
Or., about July 10, 1889,
and will manufacture
lens Knee Boot
Willamette St.: opposite Wilkin's J)ruj Store.
The Pacific Tea Co.
Has Changed Hands
Mr. J. 0.
Haying; purchased it. Ho will soil goods a
Full Lino of Groceries, Glassware and
Handsome Presents given away with Teas
(OttMalteF. 11 Wilkins'Driu Store.)
-Tift un tttc&alve Stock of -
ST. MDAB i, M I80BIXANEOUS,
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Pancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
CP Olden for Hooka ami Subscriptions
to Kswspapets and Pettodletis promptly nt
Eugene Jook Store!
E. SCHWARZSCHILD, FROPR.
(Successor to Geo. Collio'.)
Wall Paper, Spectacles, Al
bums, &c., &c.
LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED,
EUGENE BOOK STORE,
Lock Box 173.
UNDERTAKER. A bran new First-Class Hearse
One of the Finest in the State.
Coffins, l'l Fu M'
Store corner Willamette and 7th Street!
i. X. FRAZER
MAKES ALL KINDS OF
CASTINGS, STORE FRONTS AND ENGINES.
MFaMBIMa OF ALL KINDS OF MACHIN'EKY A S1T.HAI.TV.
and iU Sea ' U,trt my w"" " 'Uction. Sho, earner .JKi
ty Atiyon wanting Chrr will pleasr or
der of bt aot. M C Clear. Crerwrll.
A Vat none, l'rop.
A I itileT Late lo doctor wbrn Bright'
" ' - Take Wright's
Kidne; and Liver Our lor infUoimttirn of
! kidnrj and her, pain in Lack and other
warning of kkinrr tronbh . Sold by all
THEN A drpreaard Uugeid filing, )os
of apiiiP aD( omplmoB. NOW--Re-
aton mjm prrfrct braiih and igor by Wright'
I Hop, Crlrry and Chamomile BiUar. Sold
by ail dtoggiaU.
Eggs for lUtchiic'-
From Amrrica'a beat Lrw
audottea. Plvminh Korka. I
mas, Brown and White Leghorns
Cochins, White Wyandotte and
orcas. Winners of the hitb.s! u r,
all th largest exbibitrma for ihe V" 4
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