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Eugene City Guard.
liTUBDAT ACQ. 6, 1892.
Democratic National Met
of New York,
For Vice President,
A. E. STEVENSON,
Cannot Bfl Compared.
Major McKinley in his Nebraska
speech intimated that the farmers
of the United States should not
complain of agricultural depres
sion, because their brethen in Eng
land were worse off. The compari
son is an ingenious one, but cannot
be made by anyone who possesHcs
the least spark of fairness.
England contains 50,000 souare
miles, but little more than half as
much as Oregon. The farming
area is comparatively small and
lands and rents are held at high
fimires. The farms are divided in
to holdines of but a few acres each
and the farmer cannot but suffer
from the overcrowding from which
there is no escape.
On the other hand the United
States has an area of 3,000,000
square miles; lands are cheap no
man being so poor that he cannot
secure 1C0 acres from the govern
ment. Farms are held by hundred
and thousand acre tracts, and rents
The resources of this vast coun
trvare onlv Dartiallv developed
Whatever property the farmer has
been blessed with has been obtained
in spite of the burdens placed on
him by protective tariff laws where
by he is compelled to sell in a free
unrestricted market ana nuy in
market closed to cotnietition.
The hicrh tax ortranu are woefully
inconsistent in their statements of
the operations of the McKinley tar
iff bill. The Oregonian comment
ing on the pearl button industry
the duty on which was increase:
from 25 per cent to 200 to 300 per
.i i mi 1
cent, savs tnat - me American in
dustry has revived under tho stim
uius ot the additional auiy lm
posed." No one doubts that any
''industry" would thrive under Buch
a "stimulus." Now swallow thia
statement, in connection with the
above, taken from the same article
"Another feature of the case is that
consumers, owing to the increased
supply furnished by active compo
tition, get the product cheaper than
ever before." The pearl button
manufacturers clamored for 300
per cent protection, yet sell cheaper
than when only 25 per cent duty
was in forcel Tho industry revives
under "additional duty," and
nriccstake a tumble. Tho
protection liar has no con
science. Tho idea is so absurd
that only a willing blinded devotee
of tho high protection fetich would
be guilty of its paternity. Thero is
no consistency in tho ploas mado
by the high tax organs.
Tho high tax party declares that
tho duty on an article should be at
least the difference between the
price paid for labor in America and
Eurojie. A recent number of tho
Iron Age, a publication thoroughly
loyal to the protected interests of
Pennsylvania, prcsonts a table of
wattes paid in tho iron wire-rod in
dustry, in order to show that they
were receivinir high wanes. In do
ing so they cave the labor cost in a
ton of rods at $1.30. Wire rods are
protected by a duty of Biz-tenths of
a cent a pound, or iu per ton.
This duty is prohibitory and goes
to the tariff baron, the government
not deriving one cent of revenue
from tho $12 per ton tax paid by
the American producer. Where is
tho necessity for such a tax?
In the Dakotas. Minnesota and
Kansas 00,000 harvest hands are
wanted. Wheat producers ore
fearful that they will be unable to
harvest the crop on account of scar
city of hands.
Mr. Stevenson's prediction that
Cleveland will carry Illinois this
year is based upon the fact that the
principle which the democratic
nominee for president represents
was indorsed in the Sucker state
two years ago by a majority of over
30,000. The same issuo is at stake
this year, and tariff reform is more
popular in every voting precinct in
the country than it was in lS'JO.
Progress is being made at Port
land on the trial locomotive for Dr.
Mahana's single-rail and eaiMlo
track railway system. It is ex
pected that it will be ready for a
scientific test within thirty days
Dr. Mahana and a force of mechan
ics have been quietly at work for
three months on the locomotive,
which is being constructed on a
section of the single-track road
which has been put up in the shop.
The result of the election in Ala
bama Monday is conclusive evi
dence that no Southern state will
fail to cast its vote for Cleveland.
A Force bill, negro and federal
domination staring it in the face
has made the South solid. The
South traded Tilderf for control of
its own affairs in 1876, and it is
not likely now to surrender the
right of home government then
Hon. Eugene Sample has decidwl
to allow his name to be used in the
Washington democratic convention
as a candidate for governor.
The liurns Items rejwrts grass
hopjrH numerous in parts of Har
ney valley, and one man's crop is
entirely destroyed by the little
The eastern Oregon papers, even
those printed in towns along the
railroad, come to us with a grit
upon them suggestive of sand and
dust and burning plains.
Bob Pinkerton says he wants
none but "industrious" men in his
employment. Nearly everywhere
they have gone the Pinkerton
troops have shown themselves "in
dustrious" in the work they are
hired for. They have killed a good
There is only one reason for the
existence of Pinkerton and such
agencies, and that is the inability
of the government to execute the
law. The sooner we demonstrate
the falsity of that indictment the
better for our civilization.
The world's fair is to be closed
on Sunday. That will be money
in the pockets of the saloon and
dive keepers who are bound to
thrive when thousands of strangers
are turned loose in a city with no
respectable place of amusement to
The ttaker City Morning Enquir
er has succumbed to the inevitable
and fills an early grave. It costs
money to run a daily paper, that is
ono worthy of the name, aud the
community for whom it unceasing
ly labors should give it better than
a perfunctory grudging support.
The Portland Telegram says that
the doctors have discovered by an
autopsical examination of murderer
Wilson's brain, that he was insane.
No doubt he was; but in the case
of such a specimen of insane hu
manity, the best way to discover
and make sure of his insanity is by
a critical autopsy of his brain after
he is dead.
An eminent authority on the
metal trade announces thut ono ef
fect on the tin-plate duty has been
lii?ht nlates. The Welsh makers
meet the increased duty which is
based on the pound by making the
plates lighter. So that the result
of the increused tax on tin plate is
an annual tax of from $10,000,000
to $15,000,000 for a bad quality of
mi - t a! i,.
plate. l ne cxpcrienco oi uu
that of woolens. High taxes on
woolens encourago shoddy and high
taxes on tin-plates encourage thin
Qaartlianship ofClarinc L. Luoksv, ,
minor; B. 8. bpeooor appointed guardian
KatataofTJ Dunlon. deed; Martha
Danton aDDointed aduiinUtratrix. Voud,
Eatsta ol F. O. Dunn, downed: Cell,
Dunn. K E Dunn. 0 S William. Oeo
Dorcis and Geo U Dorria, appointed axeoa
tril and executor, llond 1150,000. Hod
nay Soott, 1). 0. Dunn aud U. O. Humph
raj appointed appraiaera o( tha eatate.
Guardianship Frederick 8. Dunn, a mi
nor. Frank E Dunn appointed guardian
Uond, I7.600. , .
iiiiirdliniKliln of Amv Louise Dunn
a minor: Frank K. Dunn ami Lulu
Dorrls appointed Kunrilluns. ISoml
Court met Monday morning in the Court
Houm, Aug. 1. W'i.
Traaent Judge Flak, Sheriff Noland and
Kritato of James Taylor, deceased
mnt limed until 8'lt. 6. 181)'.
Kstnte of Isaac Weeks: 11 11 id settle
munt made and J. V. Weeks, adminis
Kstato of J. M. t'row, deceased; filial
settlement mado and executor, Jl. i,
Estate of Delllla Contsworth, do-
ivnwd: Win. Coatswortli. executor
tin OHtti. tiled miners showing de
iwuuhI whs dulv niuioluted by the llur-
nev county court and that land be
longing to snld deceased was Lelngaml
lylng iu Ijiud county; tl
Kdmiindsou. John Hall
ey and Mut-
thew Wallls appointed appraisers.
TIIK HO A II U MATlHMfcO.
Hai.k.m, Or., Aug. 2. This evening
the state board or raunwu commission
em illreeted a letter to Governor Pen-
nover, In reply to his eoniiiiuiileation
asking the board to prepare a maxi
mum rate act to apply on all railroad
lines In Oregon, for submission to the
legislature. The board says it found
the prm-tit rates Just, except those ol
the Southern and Union Pacific,
the schedules of which companies the
Ixittnl revised. Ill the 111 loll 1'neiIIO.
the revision is already in t tlect, and
in the matter of the Southern I'acllle,
the ease is now on spponl to the su
preme court of Orcgou.
8HKMIYVII.I.K, I ml, Aug. 1. At a
laiye meeting of the democracy to
night the committee on arrangements
reported that the great barbecue will
lie held here September -Nth Instead
of Septemlicr 13, as heretofore reported,
and that word had been received
which assures the presence of the fol
lowing named speakers: Ueneral A.
v w. u.... iwvi.i it inn
Ueneral Mark, (iovernor II. O. Holt.
ex-Oovernor James R 1'ampbell and
I). W. Voorhts. The committee
claim that provUlons will be mado for
feeding l.iO.OUO people, and that It w ill
be the irramicHi democratic ticiuouKirs
lion ever mude In the state. ,
Throw) Iroaa a Bugf
Bosiarsa, Or., Aug. l.Yeaterday after-
aoon, aa Tbomaa Lrii-r was driving Dc
twaen Kotwburs and w incbeetcr, bis bora
hied auddenly, throwing him violently to
the ground and bruising bim severely.
WiiaiNoTOH, Aug. 3. Benbea P. Boies
and W. H Udell of Salem will probably be
named tomorrow by the secretary ot the
interior, together with an Stfenl of the In
dian ofiiee, to make the Indian allolments
on the Silets Indian reaervalioa. Alur th
allotment sr mads ths land will be
opned to aeltlement andrr the homestead
TIirRSDAY, AUGUST 4.
Holloway Ii1h, others follow.
V. Llun k Son, lor furniture, carpet aud
Carptl ! Carpet! at D. Linn k Son's.
The "Little World" Is exhibiting at
Get the latest novels at Holloway s
Uy going to Holloway's you can get
all the laUt novels to read.
Several bunco games running In full
blast at the circus grouuds today.
A team ran away from the lumber
yard this morning, but did no damage.
The attendance at the afternoon per
formance of the circus was quite large
Bend to or call on E. i. Fraier for one
of bWcirculari dem-ripliv of hi latent and
The street cars are doing a good busi
ness conveying iple to and from the
A track of s oar of one of the circa train
w a derailed at lha depot tbi morning
causing soma delay.
J. N. Ulalr, at one time a resident of
Eugene, has been appointed on the
Portland police force.
Tobacco stems for tree wash cheap at
Auten's clar store. Just the thing
for spraying hops to destroy the lice.
H. I). Norton will manage the far
mers warehouse this season. Several
loads of grain were received there to
day. Kilvey Stewart, a son-in-law of Hon.
E. I'. Coleman, has been appointed a
clerk of the police commission of Fort
land. One Uirgfleld has been arrested at
The Dulles on the charge of fatally
poisoning his mother-in-law, Matilda
A water-wheel, to be used for Irrigat
ing purposes, Is being constructed near
Pendleton. It Is claimed that It will
rasse W0,0H0 to 1,000,000 gallons of wa
ter every 24 hours.
Salem Journal: John Knight re
turned home this morning from Eu
gene, where he attended the conven
tion of sherifl's and is much .pleased
with the work done.
A large crowd of people witnessed
the unloading of the circus outfit from
cars this morning. It Is very interest
ing to witness the ease in which the
employes tierform their work.
Charles Denny, recently pardoned
from the penitentiary, and Miss Smith
for atteiimting to kill whom he was
sentenced five years to that place, are
soon to bo married, and have so noti
fied (Jovernor I'cnnoyer. This is a
Wednesday's Albany Democrat:
Mayor J. L. Cowan and daughter,
FIva, I) I' Mason and daughter, Vesta,
of Albany, O. O. Hopkins, of Eugene,
and T. V. Mcl'atton, of Salem, leave
tomorrow lor the grand encampment
of Knights of Templars, A. V. & A. M.
to convene In Denver, Colorado.
In Douglaa connty farmer are bnay cat
ting grain, binder are running everywhere,
and beadera have atarted on some farm.
Fall and winter-aown grain will make 8
fair yield. Lata iprlng own will be cut
for hay in aome place, and in some will
not be out at all. The fruit crop is almoat
s failure; pluma and prune are scarce; ap
ples few aud far between.
Today's Oregonian says: T. C. Pow
ell, county clerk, has returned from his
two week's hunting and fishing trip
along the McKenzle river, lie was
also ut ilclknap springs and Suttle
lake. He speaks enthusiastically of
the scenic and gaming advantages of
tliat region, and returns to his work
much Invigorated by his vacation. He
shot three deer, besides plenty of
It will bo well for parties who are
running steam threshers on the pub
lie highways to remember that there
Is a law to the etlect that any one run
nlmrasteuin traction emrine over i
bridge on the public highway shall
l.i.frH.k iieuuiultin anill lttl1fV0 1fWlA
two-Inch ulaiik lengthways for the en
glue to cross on, and In case this is
not complied with, are subject to
heavy line or Imprisonment, or both.
On a recent trip by carrlago to the
bav. Doc Conn and party, of Albany,
saw a deer near the road. Grabbing a
gun Doe fired away, hitting it. It was
a et deer, and the owner talked In se
vere language for a few moments.
Shortly afterward another deer was
seen; but no one dared to shoot at it,
fearing it to le another pet, until Pete
Ituettner, the biggest man in the
crowd, took aim ami laid the deer in
the grass. It was wild.
Now that the oircua i brre it may not be
ami to nmark that such sn attraction
aeem to make the whole world akin. Un
lik anything elite in the line of amueement
it never growa old, geta out of fuabion or
lours it power of fanciuation. In all time
it i the wonderland to the average email
boy. Where la the urchin who doesn't get
half crazy over a oircua, aud who wonldu'l
leave hia dinuer to follow ths bandwagon or
tee the prooraaion? To ths old boys sod
girls the oircua ia alao an irreaiatlble mag
uet. The middle-aged of both aexes are
just aa bad. And what about ths young
fellow aud nla best gim
COU.KCTIXU TICK EXHIBIT. A
Jacksonville dispatch of August 8 says:
Professor U. J. Hawthoruc, of the
utittit mi l.ituli su I niuiihif it ta
OMIIV Ullltl tmt kl(Ut lllimivi Hiv
Ancient Order United Workmen, has
Imhu in Jacksonville the past few days
In the interest or the uregon world
fair educational exhibit.
Ilii-n '..nr I'lilninr Jnlv 2!). 1S112.
- " - -----m ' 1
nt tlui nmliltuifA tt IiIm nmtner. of ion
sumption, i erry riiiun, agea w years.
no leaves a wue ami eigut ciuiuren.
I Nw t'e of Murder.
DakkhCitv, Or., Aug. 8. Andy
Olson, who was Bhot by J. A. Mlkel,
at Cracker Creek. Sunday night, died
loxt night. Coroner snow left tins
morning on a special train to hold an
lliijucsl. JUiKel is in jail Here.
A llrakeuiau Killed.
Iacoma, Aug. SI. Jirakeman James
Garvey fell between tho cars on the
Northern Pacific railroad at Meeker
Junction yesterday morning and was
in the blood,
ulcers, catarrh, and
safe, speedy, and
effective of all
Has Cured Others
will cure you. ,
They Like the Job
The state board of railroad commis
sioners are satisfied with the Job they
are holding down at a large salary,
and do not favor any legislation that
would have a tendency to throw them
out of ofllce. The board has written a
letter to Governor Pennoyer in reply
to his communication asking the board
to prepare a maximum rate act, to
apply on all railroad lines In Oregon,
to be submitted to the legislature. In
the letter, the commissioners state that
they found the present rates Just with
the exception of the Union aud South
ern Pacinc, the schedules of which the
board revised. The revision is already
In effect on the Uulon PaclHc, and, in
the matter of the Southern Pacific, the
case is at present on appeal to the su
preme court of the state. The rates
proosed and established by the com
mission applied to the business of IHW.
an average year, amounted to a net
saving to the jieople of tlie state of over
Blew Up a Doctor.
Pendleton E. O.: Friday night, as
Dr. Griswould was driving in the
Helix neighborhood, near the Stewart
place, his horse and himself were
startled by a sudden explosion beneath
his buggy. The doctors hat fell ort,
and when he got out to investigate,
and recover his head gear, another re
port followed, and he was knocked
down and rendered insensible Irom the
force of the concussion. When here
covered consciousness he crawled to
Mr. (Stewart's place, arrived at 4 a. m.,
and has since been removed to Helix.
His condition is serious, though he
will probably recover. The outrage
was committed by some dastardly mis
creants for the purpose of robbery, the
doctor's watch and money being taken
from his js;rson. The robbers prob
ably supisssed him dead, else they
might of wound up their work by
killing him. There Is as yet no clue
to the perpetrators, who deserve the
gallows If captured.
To be Tested.
Portland Telegram : Connty Judge More
land baa purcbaeed at iberifTs ale several
large mortgage on which lbs owner have
declined to pay taxei. The county now
bold these mortgage by virtue oi the isle,
and Judge Uoreland will apply the legal
teat to tbe question aa to whether or not
the holder most pay any taxes on them.
Ths qneation to aettle i whether the mort
gage tax liw ia worth anything. The u
preme court will have lo adjudicate tbe
matter. Should the county win, it will be
of greut advantage to thote who ars com
pelled to bear the burden of taxation.
CENsrs Returns. Bob Johnson,
the encil pusher of the Corvallis
Times, gives some good advice. He
says: ''The way to build up a town is
to build it. Don't wait for some imag
inary power to come along to do some
thing that would add to the popula
tion and proserity of our city, if you
can do it yourself. Every body can do
something and by united action Cor
vallis is bound to grow. The popula
tion has been increased considerably
since our last issue and most of the
new-comers have become infatuated
with the country and will probably re
main here. Among the late arrivals
are:" Here follows a list of seveu
births in Corvallis during the previous
A Larue Crowd. The people are
bound to attend the annual circus.
Several thousand people am here to
day. Notwithstanding this, not an
arrest was made, no drunken men were
seen on the streets, and no ngiita were
indulged In, proving conclusively that
we have a moral community.
Since the above was written a light
HnfiKBURO. Or.. Aug.3.-WhileWal
ter Whitsett was riding rapidly this
morning, his horse fell, causing a frac
ture or Air. wmtsett'g rignt unme.
Drs. Coltman and Uradley attended to
Monday afternoon, as J. L. Fisher
was carrying two heavy planks on the
second lloor of Dr. Hamilton's new res
idence, he slipped and fell to the
ground, the plunks striking him in the
chest and seriously injuring nun.
Thru an torirler
tbe "cuttuiir" of
rjrlees, and tbe sub-
alituuon or Inrenor
imitation of ths
1 genuine article
I sometimes it' aome
"Just aa good;"
there' urotit for a
tnarp dealer, even at "cut pneea."
To prevent this kind of fraud and impoaf
tion, tbe nmuin guarantrrd medicine of
ur. k. v. rieroe are now aula only inrougn
druggists regularly authorized a agents, aud
alway at tome lonp-establisbeil prices:
Golden Medical uiacovery (for the Liver,
Blood, and Lungs) $1.00.
Favorite Prescription ( for woman' weak
nesses and ailments), ....... II. no.
Pleasant Pellet (for tbe liver). . Si cents.
They're the chtapest niedicinee you can buy
atony price, for you pay only for iht good
you get. They're guaranteed, in every case,
to heap tit or cure, or toe money Is returned.
Beware of tbe dilution, imitations, and
substitute offered by unauthorised dealer
at less than soov prices.
Flag Station on Southern Paoifio R. R.,
1GCJJ Miles from Portland.
$2 PER DAY, $10 PER WEEK,
NEW BATH HOUSE
Ten feet from hotel.
These waters contain,
Chloride of Sodium,
Chloride of Magnesium,
Carbonate ot Iron,
The Following Disees Have Been
lured by their Use Alter rhysicians
Had Exhausted their Resources.
Catarrh of ths Stomach,
Kaaal Catarrh, Dropsy,
Diabetes, Eruption of th Skin,
Kidney and Liver AfiVction.
HE. D. BOSWELL, Frsprletsr.
r. O. Adilraaa, lraln, Oregon.
Mineral : Sp
Unsurpassed and wonderfully tfnVa
RHEUMATISM, SKI.V DISEASE
LIVER AND KIDXEV COM
PLAINTS, CATARRH. DROP3Y.
LAURIPPE, PRIVATE DIS
And In f-t almost everything eicept
Hot anil Cold, Steam, Electric and
A FINE SWIMMING RINK.
Free : .Pasture : for : Horses.
All kiml of came abouod. The river
teem with Salmon, Rainbow and Sckled
Stage leave Banirs' livery stable Eugene.for
Belknap Spring Mondays, Wednesday and
Fridavs In tte morning, making the springs
in 12 hours.
Correspondence wiU receive prompt atten
Addres. A. P.'OSTKA Din,
Lane Co., Oregon,
If you want Groceries
For Wooden and WillJW Ware,
go to GOLDSMITH S
Henderson it Cleaver,
:-A full line of--
Pure Drop and Chemicls
: Always on hand.:
tf Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Eugene, : : Oregon
In the Circuit Court of the State i f Oregon,
for Lane County.
Geo. YV. Crane, Pltf.,
Hans Nelson and II. Kenneday, Drfts.
To Hans Nelson, one of the above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon you are hereby required to appear
and answer the compluint tiled against you in
the above entitled court anil cause on or before
Momlav the 24th dav of October. 18'J'J. that
being the tirt day of the next regular term of
said court, and it you tall so to answer, ruin
tit will take judgment against you as prayed
for in said complaint, to-wit: For the sum of
tXiO with interest thereon at 5 per cent per
month since the '.lith day nf January, 18'.H),
less the sum of .V) pniil .Tilly 3, lH'.H), and the
sum of tM paid May 28, 1SU1, and the mm of
t-'iO paid August 11th, 18(J1, also for an at
torney fee of $"0 and cost and disbursement
This Summons is published by order of
Hon. J. C. Fullerton, Judge of the above
entitled court Made on the Utb day of J nly,
Dated this Cth day of August, 1892.
Uio. A. Dokkis, Pltf's Atty.
Goldsmith, the Pio
J. H. BARB. M. a
C. D. MULFORD.
Foley Hot Medical Springs.
CO MILES EAST OF EUGENE.
Electric, Steam, Medicated and Shower BUha
Swimming Pool, Humage and Inhalation
The waters are most valuable In case of
Liver and Kidney Complaints, Rheumatism,
Gout, Dropsy, Skin Affections and Private
A physician in attendance at all times.
Finest Mtlng & fisbiiii Grounds In Oregon.
Good ground furnished to those desiring to
Tshmh. For board and use of water, $2 per
day: camper, with use of water, 91.50 per
week lor earn Individual.
Stace will leave E. Bane's liverv stable.
Eugene, Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday
morning at ti a. ni., arriving at the
springs the same day. On other days a
special stage will he sent out if four passen
eers apply, at reirular rates.
Letter will receive prompt attention and
all possible information given. Address
BARK 4 MULFORD,
Foley Hot Springs, Lane Co., Oregon.
University of Orep.
Next BMwIon begins on Monday, the
lttth day of September, lS9i
i union, KKKK.
Four courses: 1'las.sieal, Scientific,
Literary, and a s'.iort English Course,
In which there is no Latin, Greek,
French or German. The English is
pre-eminently a Business Course. For
catalogues or other Information,
AUilress j. . Johnson,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that Geo. B. Dims,
administrator of the estate of Edwin F. Stilee.
deceased, has tiled his account for final set.l
ment of said estate and Monday the Sth day
of September, 1 Sri, has been set for bearing
the same, tiy order ol the i onnty tourt
Geo. B. Doiris, Admr.
Dr. K. L. WILLOUGHBY,
All Wort WimaM m sue Saffioi
Kltroua-Oxide Gaa and local anaxihetlc for
the painless extraction of teeth.
OrriCE-In Register Blork, Eugene Oregon.
: Monnioutli, Oregon.:
THE : LEADING : NORMAL
A diploma from tbe school entitles ons to
'Urt NomirNom'i Advanced. Business,
taees in Vocal and InatrumeuUI Muaio.
7 jr uoara oi Jtiegents.
H Benjamin Schifii-hl, President; J. y j, '
- ler, SreUry: ErOliicio, Hu Ejotll.ncv'ul''
Al nor Penn.iyer. Il-m. K. B. McElroy.
I temlrnt of Public Instruction, Hon. G. Y?'
I 'Jim, Bride, Secretary of State. Hon. Jtc,,h x7
,.Stf,f lrrJEC3' K. hees. Hun. A. Noltoer. J. C. White, H, w
X-jr--T? IL Holinw, Alfre.1 La.y, Hnu. P. S
jI 3- s Hon. J. I. Daly
lwlTlie State Normal
ii ?H f ' Cv f itantly adding to its tKcilitien (r the
f iwsfsiw'XKl V .i'miniiiKoftescIier. Its ea.iiiNte areiB,.
5? . i3r l 13. li.fi' -1 ("luinnd to fill (tood poitions. A K"in of (H)
H5-; . . v :ijJLisass.nt. ill alli-lidHlice was mmU M je.r. 4,
'' 11 "?",fl11illiii,.ril r.f S(KI is anlioitiBlnl fur tl.. .
f(i 25 Norma and o bud normal ir icrui ...
' iJ4 .7ih. -..raial Iiliilnir Hall 11.50 irtwt; furnished tmnii 1 per week; board ind
lodt privateamU Lsutllul and healthful location. Xo saloons
p K . 1 .... suk Lav AalifiMrtli tvilil Ff MM
J. D. Matlock, E.
0. C. Matlock,
Doing business under the firm name of
J. D. MATLOCK & CO.
Who carry a large and
Southwest corner Sth
EUGENE, : :
Farmer's and Builders Hardware,
Farm d Spring If aps, Blips, Carriages id Cafe
-General agents for the
PLANO MF'a CO'S
Call and examine our stock before purchasing
Odd Fellows Temple, Willamette Street.
Will sell my
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
At from 15 to 30 per
See goods marked in
corner window for low
SCHOOL : OF : THE NORTHWEST.
ytur. New members have brt-u adilrd to ih,
faculty, and additional apparatus supply
-' J it -"f'H'ltfl,
teach in any county 10 the btate w,iU0lll
ilusioand Art pcpartmentH. Special ad,,,,
A year at school for 1I0O. Tuition reduced i.
CAMPBELL, A. B., ITe.id.ut
is left for
D. Matlock and
well selected stock of General
and Willamette streets,
: : OREGON
RETAIL DEALERS IN
entire line of
And STRAW HATS
cent off regular prices.