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T"V OgDEHOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, AND TO EARN AN HONEST LIVING BY TIIE SWEAT OP OUR BROW
VOL. 1X.-NO. 49.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON, SATUKu
$2.50 per year IN AOYANCE.
Sit &W m Citu Guard..
CEO J- PUYSi Pro'p.
RATJCS OF ADVERTISING.
tdTertitemenU InwrtodM follow! !
hM aqoare, 10 line, or lew, one ineertlon S3; each
ubJMeBt,,4rtion1, Cah required tn advance
Time advertuers will be charged at the following
Viteef ' '
W. square three months JO
u - lis monthe JJJ
u, " one year '. " 00
Transient noUoee in load oolumn, 20 oenU per line
Advertising blUs will be rendered quarterly.
All lull wu iut be fAiii Ifua on umuvitMit.
. ' OnV Hour. -From f e. m. to T p. m. Sundays
ilaU a omthe touth end leaves going; north
10 a m. Arrived from the horth and lee ruing
truth it 3:33 . m. For 8iuilaw. Franklin and long
1 ' mTeloae at 6 a.m. on Wednoadfty. Fur Crawforda
Vilto, Camp Creek ond Browmville at I ...
Jitter, will he ready for delivery half an hour after
Virof train" Lotter.-1-ouldle left at the office
fr,. hour before TWbBQIT, P. M.
" SOCI ETIES.
. Eookke Lodo No 11, A. T. and A. M.
JiKoetB nmt and third Weineaday. in each
Jamviu BrMonn Bott tenor. No. 1. 0.
jPZ 30. F. Meet, every Xueeday evening. .
Wiwawd.la ENCiMmwT Ko. fl.
vneeta 0. the td and 4th Wwlnwday. in each month.
GEO B. DORRIS,
ATTORSEI AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office on Willamette street, Eugene City.
G. A. MILLER,
1 DENTAL BOOMS IN DONN'8
. Eugene City, Or., ;
Ifrofcwi DENTISTRY AND ORAL StftCEM
Dn . WELSH has opened Dental Jrtooms
nero-antly In Underwood's building Eugene
ICIty, and respectfully aoliciU a share of the pub-
, ReCnTby permission, Dr. J. R. Card-well,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office an Ninth Street, ppo.lte tl St.
Charle. Hotel, and at Beildenc,
EUGENE CITY, OltKGON.
. DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
Anvwrnnnn AT BIS OFFICE or reel-
Clan uui uwv - ,
dencewhen not profewionaUy
Office In the building of Forbes A Bill, Pfcoto-
craphew, Willamette street. Uesldence oppoa w
Norrls Humphrey'! new row of buildings, Smith
Willamette Street. . eP il
OR. GEO. W. 00 ELL. .
Office Ep Stairs, first Nortfi of Astor ltous),
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
lor eonvenlenoe of wlf and patron, all d
.v,.,n,. .,11 h lnft incharreof U. . t-OUrtit,
Em., opposite the .tone .tore, who i. fully autl or-
to collect the .arae. It U fully expected that
ill account, foreervicee will be presented for pay
ment in thirty day., and collected in sixty. ,
. Eugene City, April Sth, 1875.
. ' AND f" ,
t on east side Willamette street, near cor
ior Jth, adjoiniag law office of J. F. Brown. ,
Apeolal attention paid to diseases of the Lungi.
d all eases ol chronic diseases,
i KitrMMCM-Success in practice and attention
to business. '.
Chas. M. Horn,
TiBALF.lt IN GUN9. RIFLES,
and Materials. Kepannng aouo iu
the neatest stv'e and Warranted.
Sewing Machines, Safes,
Locks, etc.. Iteftured.
Guns loaned and ammunition furnished.
Shop on Ninth Street, opposite Star Bakery.
. u rTP
J. S. LUUNtI, fiS&Q
Clocks, Watches, Chains') Jewelry, etc,
Repairing Promptly Executed.
" " ' S3T All Work rrrstted.3
J. 8. LUOKKV,
POST OFFICE BUILDING. .
' WillaHette & Eighth Hta., Eugene City.
-Bonk and Stationery Store.
have on hrVTadrfsi roytantly reeeivinrf an
books. Stationery. Blank BjoU, Portfoli., Cards
WalleU. Blanks. Prtnionnae. etc-, ete. A or
der., promptly Biliea. a. r. i-
Watches, Clocks and Jewelr)
. ... AND
mn i vrtvn rav. PIT Rl.tC for their part liber
JL al pitroMce, we now invite tbem to call on
atonr bw room In Cndenmed at Co 's new bmk
block, wherw may U (oand full assortmea. of
Mod. in toe above line. . ' ..
Watcbea, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the be
workmanlike sunoer aud Warranted.
Which aw .kly .a i will oa KHd at
xun. Xemueur. trnaire etr
BEN. F. DORRIS,
Stoves and Ranges,' '
PLAIN, FANCY 4 JAPANNED
Shovels and Tories,
Fenders $ Fire Dogs,
Cauldron $ Wash Kettles.
Hollow, Iron and Copper Ware,
PORCELAIN, TINNED & BRASS
PRESER VWG KETTLES,
Driven Well 6. Force Pomps,
Lead andiron Pipes,
fc ose Vpes and Hose
IN PACT, Everything belonging to my busi
ness, all or which I will sell at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Of all kinds done promptly and In a satisfaction?
WELLS DRIVEN PROMPTLY
fly attention to nnsinsMi and honorable dealln
hope to merit a share of your patronage
afl, , BEN. F. DORRIS.
All pet sons .knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and
SETTLE WITHOUT DELAY.
B. P. DORRIS.
In Dorris' Brick Building.
Walton & Lynch
Have formed a copartnership for the purpose of
carrying on t general
Grocery and Provision
Business, and will keep on" hand a general as
Groceries, ' . Provisions,
Tobacco, '.. Cigars,
Soaps, , 'Candles, (.
Wood and Willow Ware.
Green and Dried Fruits,
They propose to do business on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods delivered witliput charge to Buyer
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
WE WILC PAY H1GHE8T MARKET PRICES
Eugene City Brewery.
MATUIAS JMELLIiK, Pro'p
I now prepared to fill oil orddrs fur
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Come and eee for younwlf.
A good article nccda
Carding and Spinning.
HAVING PURCpASED the Machinery owned
by C. Goodchiil. I am now prepared to make
all kinds of
YARN; BAITS, fcc,
At the Lowest Living Rates.
EUGENE CITY. OREGON
LIFE OF TRADE
"tlTILLDOWftK CHEAFER than any other
1 1 ahop in town.
HORSES SHOD TOE , $1 50,
With nw material, an round. Besetting old aboe.
S Ceata. -
All warranted to MllaUetlon.
Shop on Eighth at., opposite Hum-
KEW IIAKNESS SHOP.
At Dnnn'8 Old Stand,
TTEEP8 COXSTASTLY OS HAXD A GOOO
XV asaortment of of
Hack, Buggy & Team Harness,
Carry Combs and P.nisbes
And ewTTthinj osaallY kept in a first class Har
nsmTCG and SIISTA CRUZ
LIE at . T.o. lUUKH-as.
Wasiiisoton, D. C, Sept 4, 1876.
The accident which occurred yes
terday morning on the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad, and the miraculous es
cape ot the numerous passengers, fur
nishes a lively topio ot' conversation
this morning. A coal train ol empty
cars going west broke an axle be
tween Sandy Hook and Weaverton,
Stations a low miles east of Harpers
Ferry; before notico could be given
another coal train ran into the disa
bled one and knocked a number ot
the cars onto the paralcl track just at
the moment the Cincinnati express
due here at 7 a. m., and crowvded with
passengers, came tearing along, and
dashing into the obstruction on the
track the engine and six cats were
thrown dowu a steep embankment in
to the canal, which runs paralel and
quite near to the track at this point.
The engineer was killed and one or
two passengers were slightly wound
ed, all the rest making a most nuiao
J. wo (Jhineso gentlemen ot high
rank and duly accrudited to this gov-.
eminent, are now in the city. While
walking or driving about the city,
making their inspections of objects of
interest they attract much attention.
Our young men of nautical procliv
ities expect rare sport ana a good
time generally in entertaining the two
British boat club crews who have ac
cepted the invitation extended them
dv me com crew oi tnis city to visit
The Baltimore Garette published a
tew days since two very interesting
letters trom its special corresponqnts
in Ohio and Indiana showing the state
of the cauvass in those two States.
Although )ihe Democrats can afford to
lose both Ohio and Indiana and, still
win by carrying in addition to ..the
Southern States, New York, New
Jersey and Connecticut whioh are
nearly certain yet success in inaiana
would place a Dctnocratio victory be
yorid a peradventurei A Republican
defeat in Indiana would be disastrous
to tho hopes ot Haves and Wheeler.
The prospects of the Demooiacy In
Indiana are very lavorauie. liie ive
publicans have made a series ot bin n
ders. They nominated a swindler tor
Governor, Orth by name, and after
trying in vain to force him on the
people by the whip ot party discipline,
at last were obliged to withdraw him
and substitute a cold, aristocrat
io gentleman named Harrison, who
has not tho least hold upon tne sym
pathies and affections ct the people.
Harrison will not net anything but
tho straight-out Republican vote, and
if he gets all that he will be lucky;
but that is not onough. On the other
hand, old Bluejeans Williams, tho
Democratic candidate, has the same
kind of popularity that carried old
Zach Taylor and Abe Lincoln on such
a high wave. His homespun dress, bis
plain talk, his rough humor, and his
record in Congress, all make him very
streng bofore tho people. .Besides
this, the Democratic campaign organ
ization is very eff-oient, and they are
working like beavers so their Re
publican adversaries say. The Hayes
people are sending piteous appeals to
the East! for money for campaign pur
poses. They sav that the National
Committee is sending a pitiful supply
of the sinews ot war, whilo Lnclo
Samuel is sending barrels of dollars
and knocking the heads in. This of
course is not true, tut it shows the
Republican panic in what they call
the pivotal State. It must not bo lor
golten that Mr. Hendricks has a very
large personal following in Indiana,
and his popularity works hand in hand
with old Bluejeans, and however large
may be the majority for Bluejeans in
October, that of Tilden and Hen
dricks will be larger in November.
In Ohio the election will be moro
closely contested, and there the Re
publicans feel much stronger, but they
are by no means confident. 1 lie J Jem
ocratic partv is stronger- than ever,
and is working most harmoniously
The German vote will not be "con
trolled" by Schurz, and the bulk of it
will go for lilden. I he last guber
natorial election in Ohio gave the Re
publicans a very slender majority, and
thbt party has weakened considerably
since then. The heavy load of Grant-
ism has weighed it down, and Hayes
is now compelled to take that burden
up on his shoulders. Hayes cut loose
from Grant would probably carry bis
own State; bat saddled m he u with
the crimes of the administration he
will probably lose it. Tilden can af
ford to lose Ohio; Hayes cannot
Cor. TUdea'a Interne Tax.
From the Financial and Commercial Chronicle.
The reputations of our citizens arc
the property of the State. And when
a character has stood the test of three
score years, every individual has a
personal interest in it, r:cLiog far be
yond the passing political excitements
of the day. , Un deep regrnt, there
lore, one sees a growinj disposition,
evefi among somo ot our moro con-
servative newspapers,, to accept and
give currency to dolaulations ot chap
actor, simply because, the persons at
tacked happen 1 3 be cadidates for a
high office. The form of tho charges
seems to bo something like this :
"You swore falsely to 18G2," or " Yoir
stole in 1803;" "Now prove you did
not, or stand convicted of perjury or
theft." This is rather a summary
modo of changiug tho burden of proof,
and putting a man on tho defensive.
It may require weeks for him to look
up or recall the tacts which mmicnced
his nets so long ago ; but in the mean
time,. n8 slander travels fast, tho
charges made- are echoed by the press
ot tho whole land, and the wrong
done csu nover bo wiped ou If pub
lio opinion permits this, we shall soon
find very few honest men willing to
allow their names' to bo placod beforo
the people for office.
As an tnstanco ot the evil wo com
plain ot, take tho chargo, which we
are called upon to believe, that Gov.
myes during tho war stole ciuu left
with him. by an executed soldier. ,The
facts assumed are (1) that such a sol
dier wad executed ; (2) that ho was
seen to give the money to Gov.
Hayes; (3) that Gov.' II. has not ac
counted for it. Ot course, therefore,
Gov. Hayes is a thief. Rather a start
ing conclusion to a man who has by
a life freo from reproach earned a good
nnmo. 1 et if newspaper trial is to bo
indulged in and accepted during the
excitements of a political canvass,
there seems to be no way to avoid
such violent warfare, bolter suited to
tho Sioux districts than the intelli
gent, cultured communities where the
Uut our mam design in rcturrmg to
this subject was to speak of Gov. Til-
don s income tax lor lou'J, which in
some quarters has beoomo a very in
teresting and momeutous subject. We
all necessarily fool a pride in Gover
nor 1 ildcn s reputatiou. JN 0 man has
stood higher, and deservedly so.
Were wo not in tho midst of an unu
sual political excitomctit,Buoh a chargo
could not be repeated without being
indignantly repelled by every man ol
character in our midst. Yet now wo
see tho Blander assumed as proved,
and boldly stated by newspapers ond
speakers everywhere, although the
lads show that there cover was a more
baseless charge made.
What are tho facts? It sooms that
in December, 18G3, Gov. Tilden, like
nil tho rct ot us, made a return under
oath ot his income lor tho year lbbz
That income return showed that he
received iu 18G2, subject to taxation
under the law, a little over seven
thousand dollars. In a emit now
pending on behalf ot the St. Louis,
Alton and Terre Haute Railroan, the
Governor swore that ho received in
18G2 twenty thousand dollars for per
vices which were "oommencud prior
to tho year 1809, and wcro rendered
Irom time to time during a period 01
three years." These are simple facts,
and the whole of them, and on them
tho chargo is mado ot perjury, assum
ing or jumping over entirely the ono
further premise necessary for a con
clusionthat is. whether, under the
law, the twenty thousand dollars re
coived from tho railroad should bo in
eluded in the return. Assuming, wo
say, that the twenty thousand dollars
8UOUlu ce ineiuueu, wimu tut: msuw
lions of Internal Revenue COmmis
sioncr Lewis, issued at that time, state
clearly and positively that it should
not bo included. For tho benefit of
those who may have forgotten theso
instructions, we insert tho following
extract taken from them, as published
in our Jlanfs MercluxnC MwjuziM
for August, 18G3, page 139 :
A merchant's return of ineomo
should cover tho business of tho year
1HG2, excluding previous years. Un
collected accounts riustbo estimated.
Physicians and lawyers should include
actit il receipts lor services rendered iu
lhG2, together with an estimate on un
realized or contingent income due to
Here we have it positively stated
that the "actual receipts for services
rendered in 1SG2, excluding previous
," with an estimate ol "uncol-
lected accounts or "unrealized in
come" from the business or services
of 18G2. are tho items to be included.
This samo id -a was enforced in the
Commissioner's subsequent mstruo
tiocs of that vt-ar, and more minutely
to revenue collectors. In tact, the
Commissioner made this so clear that
no one had a doubt as to its meaning;
to all of- us, m preparing our re
turns ot income
from our business
included what we had earned, and not
whit ws had collected, in 18G2; if
Gov. Tilden perjured himself in mak
ing his return in that way, every hon
est man in the country did the same,
Our city newspapers concurred in this
view, as may be acen from their re
marks publUhed at that time in fur
ther explanation of what the Commio
Now, turning to th's $20,000 item
we find the answer states that it was
received ia 12, but for strvicea
rhich were "commenced prior to
year 1859," and were "rondored trora
time to time during a period of three
years." In other words, according to
this statement, no portion of the
amount was carnod in 18G2, but all o
it duriug the years years 1859, 18G0,
and 18G1. Could anything be clear
er, thereforo, than that tho amount in
question was not to be included? And
yet wo find some of our host newspa
pers and speakers concluding on theso
facts, and boldlv stating that Gover
nor Tilden is guilty of perjury 1
The irtla.LalppI Outrage.
Mr. Bavard's Report on the politi
cal condition of Mississippi, tho New
York World declares, is ono of tho
most valuable and instructive papers
that have been, or aro likely to be,
iresentod to tho present Congress.
ts length, of course, forbids the re
production of it entiro iu a newspaper
or we should bo glad to reproduce it.
There is, however, a better and moro
effective form for it thnn republication
in a newspaper. A prtmphlet contain
ing it, issued by tho Dcmocrntio, Cam
paign Committee 111 such a lorn: as to
be brought to the notice ot every un
certain voter, would bo an unsurpass.
cd campaign document. It cuts from
under the feet of the Radical parly
tho only ground that party pretends
nn v longer to have for its existence as
One of the four specific instances ol
disorder relied upon by Senator Bout
well in his support of tho allegation
that "force, fraud and intimidation
wero used generally and successfully
in the political canvass of 1875 in Mis
sissippi," was tho Friar's Point riot
on the Uth ot Uctober. In the evi-
lenec of Governor Ames beforo the
Boulwell Conmitteo, be charges Sen
ator Aleorn with being "personally
present and responsible lor theso oc
currences." Mr. Alcorn had been
elected Governor of tho State by Rad
ical votes and was afterward elected
to the United States Senato by tho
Radical Legisture. Now, in Senator
Aloom's testimony beforo the Com
mitteo ho acknowledged that behead
ed a party of whites and negroes who
wero defending tho town ot friars
Point from the attack of a large body
of armed negroes, who had threatened
to sack and burn that town. ; ihis
force was led by one John Brown, the
negro sheriff. ;Allhougli copious tes
tiiuony was tal'eu by tho committee as
to this matter, ,110 allusion is made to
it in Senator Boutwell's majority Re
port, except in tho general wa of
wholesale accusation. 1 rom this one
st'.iry the country may judge them ill
. 1 ho character ot tho testimony
trJfen by the lioutwell t-ommif.eo
m iy be imagined from the statement
of Mr. Bayard that tho white people
wero debarred, by tho arbitrary ruling
of the majority, from being present
even by their representatives whilst
tho testimony was taking. Indeed, he
goes further and says :
Every ruin which tin enporinnca of man'
kind has vhiuIiHIihiI as essuntiul fur tlierx?
ul.Uion ot evidence uud tilt) nscerluiniilHUt of
truth has been disregarded in tho course of
this invBHtigiititm. 8a that the preat bulk of
tlm testimony which has horn taken is such
as would not he rocnived in any Court of
Justice In the country to convict the tneunuBt
folon of the petty uet offense. Kvery rule of
evidencH followed hy Cour's In ths adminis
tration of justice Ims been entirely disre
gardi'd. Kvory rultt which experienco Ims
hown is nwenliiil lor the elucidation of hulk
litix been thrown aside, and opinion, hearsay,
wild rumor, anything unit all thinirs which
excitement, prejiidicfl, hale, lovo or fear can
surest, have Ueeii poured iu without dis
crimination or check.
Senator Boutwell did not allude to
the case ot Cardozo, a colored citizen,
and ex-Superintendent of Public In,
struction for Mississippi. Cardozo
lid not appear beforo the Committee,
M-rhaps because he is now absent trom
tho State, under indictment for for
gery and other crimes. Canlozo's trial
was set to como on during the session
of the Committee, but ho failed to nn-
sw e-r to his name when called, and hi
leavy bond, his securities being prom
inent Radicals of Mississippi, was de
clared forfeited. This caso ot the "in
timidation of a colored voter" is not
included ntnong Senator Boutwell s
cogeut reasons lor abolishing the in
dependence of Mississippi.
Soirtihlnz lnlrrcallnz Abont an All'
cienl Ylee-Prealdeallal Nominee.
Corre.plnilennt of tlx Cincinnati Enquirer.
But the most notable object of in
terest in our Western regions, contin
ued Brown, of Oregon, hiseyes gleam
ing with devotional fire, is old Geiier
al Joe Lane. 1 suppose there are
thousand ( people in this country
familiar with his name and record who
would swear he was dead, and the
young politicians' of the present gene
ration manage to get along without
mentioning him at all, which is very
remarkable, I sometimes think, con
fcidering what a conspicuous figure he
w;is in Anu-rican politics twent y years
ago. Indiana idolized him. No man
t-ver received such an ovation for
services in tlm field is Joe Lane when
h r-turnd from Mexico at the c'ose
the; of the war, and give the Plate
chanoo to carry him on Its shoulders
for his gallantry nt Buena Vista. Ho
came west in 1856, was' appointed
Provisional Governor of Oregon by
Fillmore, then was in the Senate, and
hf.d just finished his term when the
Charleston Convention recognized his
radical, proslavery opinions by plao
ing him on tho ticket with Breckin
ridge. After tliat defeat ho oamo'
back to us in disgust, and tho hot po
litical places that oi:co knew him will
know him no moro forever. .
lie bought a farm back of Rose-'
burg, ruuuing up from the valley of
tho "Willamette, and built him a small
frame honso high up 011 a picturesque
spur of the Roguo River Mouttainsj
where ho has lived ever since in tho
nif st perfect seclusion. Two years ago
ho lost his wifo whom ho always called
"Tho Madame," ond loved devoutly!
Sinco then his desolation has been ro
lioved by a negro boy, who cooks and
keeps house for him. Infirm ! You
ought to, sec him. lie's eighty
three now, straight as on arrow, six
feet two in height, and cau pick up'
Ids rifle and bring home a deer, or fol
low dowu a trout stream ,ovcr tho
rocks about as well as tho pext. man.
And theu ho reads 0 grent deal. ' .1
One room in his cabin is sacred to
his books, end his library is one of tho
most valuable on the Pucifio Slope.'
Strange how the old man hangs on to 4
tho skirts of the past ! Old thoughts,
old questions, old scenes, old states
men which have nearly laded out 01
our rcmombr. nee and given place to
tho issues and plans ot the present aro
meat, drink mid lodging to him. The'
now thoughts ot on ever-busy ano.
rrogrcBsivo raco ho cares very little
about comparatively, and seems to
have mado up his mind that the coun
try is retrograding. He talks about
ancient notions of political honor ond
integrity, and any comparison with
the present turns him sick at the
stomach. . ' ' ,
On'.t onco lately we worked him up
to the point ot'oming down from his'-
garret in tho clouds and making a-
spoech; It W08.OU tho 4ta 01 June,
at RoEeburg, jui t as we were gottiiig
ready to leave lev 'St. Loui; We ir-
dilated it in evei " direction, and peo-''
do enmo over the mountains to hear
iim, taking thrco or four days for the'
V... .1 . 1 . I
journey, lliero wcro nt leasi nve.
thousand thore, and when tiro old hero
began, they stretched their necks as if
some revelation was coming, and every
word was t6 bo precious. Only a few
could hear him, for his voice has drift-'
ed into tho childish trebo, but curios-
ity kept them spell bound till ho '
closed. Ho Veminded one, with his '
majeslio presence and (lowing ' whito '
hair and beard, of some John tno Bap-. "
tist in tho wilderness crying unto the '
people to "Repent 1" And when he ;
eaino down from tho platform he took,'
us delegntes to ono side,-and begged..'
sii, with faltering voice and tears in
his eyes, to givo 'the country a'
puro ticket and help bring back tho '
honesty and decency which politics '
had lost) ond, tho country wanted to
see restored.. ' -. '
'Tho boys," for that is tho namo he
calls us by look up to' him with great.
veneration, and think there is still
more eloquence in those weak, trcra-
bling tones thnn in oil modem orators
combined. Tho old man has only one '
wish left to vote for Tilden and Hen-
Iricks. If tho ticket wins bo wants '
to depart in peace, like Simeon, for ho '
will havo lived to see tho country's
Do It at Oner.
If a titlio of the testimonials I'rrW on hand
of the viiluo of Pit. Wwr.uty mijtv of.
Wild Ciik.kky should bo i.im'uhed. 110 ono
would stop to read the bulky volume. Ask
any ilnif.'gist and be will toll you that this
Haivum is a rem ulvnxiiig to au auoctcu wuu
throat or bmg disease. All kindred allec- ,
tioiis, including br nchitis, sore throat, croup, '
hmnwiicas, pains in the chest, and bleeding ,
of the lungs, yield to its Wonderful power. '
We ft'lviw) any one tired ot expernmtiting
with iihyaibiani iirooriiitinni1 rw nnark rredi-
cines to drop them at ouce and use this Bal
sam or Wild LliKl.KY. Bold by all tlrug
giata. A Nrnae of Wrarlnerv. '
ia often fi It by persona who cannot locate any
Particular diaeane. If they work it become
iilmr j if they walk, they soon tire ; mental
t-tlorte lief mio a bunion, and even joys are
dimmed li) the shadow of this weakness which
is uwt over their live, jtecmirae U hail some
time, to stimulants of a dmgi.Tims character. ',
The advice of phyaieian to refrain from ac
tive labor pri-duee. no happy results. Why! 1
The ayittcm U debilitated and needs to be
built up prop, Hy. I'kucvia Sv.r.:r will do
thia wry tlung. Like the electric current, it ;
pcruicatca tlic entire syntem, and harmonizing
v ith the cor)ircal fuie tinii, it raises up tho
enfeebled and brings the color to the cheek .'
aain, and hoje to the desjiondciit. It doe. "
iU work promptly and wclL uld by all
Tho Republican party has held the
reins oi Government for 10 years, and
ha proved unfaithful to -vcry trust
and to every duty. This is the con
dition of things to-day, and yet, in
stead of meetin g the U-ue squai ly, the
politicians anJ the organs are seeking
to divert public attention by hatching
up all manner ol absurd lir against -the
personal character of Samuel J.
Tilden. Utica Oliver Item.)
ere f-r. tmuty ao inL?ra'-s; nr-iS
a i yellow feva at sUwaoaB 03 iU I5;h.