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    THE inZltll CITY GUARD.
SATURDAY. NOV. 4. 1870.
EDGENE CIIT.ORKGON. .
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
For President.
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
OrKew Tort
For Vice President,
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Of Indiana.
For Congress :
L. F. LANE,
Of Doaglu County.
For Presidential Electon t
HENRY KLIPrEL, ol Jackson.
E. A. CRONIN, of Multnomah.
W. B. LASWELL, of Grant.
TUB PBOSPECT.
The outlook lor the success of tho
Democratic party of tho Unit n next
Tuesday is very bright. Thcro is no
doubt in our mind but that Mr. Til
den will bo elected. Every effort pos
sible has been made by the Republi
cans to carry tho day. Honest, up
right efforts they could not make, and
they have resorted to every species of
villainy and falsehood to supply
their placo. Theso efforts, however,
have proved bomcrangs and their
cause has grown more desperato each
day. Particularly strenuous efforts
have boon made to carry the Pacific
Coast, tho . telegraph having been
made use of for that especial purpose
There docs not appear to bo any
doubt that Colorado has given a
Democratio majority of from 300 to
400, and that its electoral voto will
be cast for TilJon.
Every voter should consider the
merits of tho two candidates for Pres
ident, Mr. Tildcn is a statesman, a
man of sound judgment and clear
ideas ot the policy necessary to re
deom the Government from the slough
of despond into which tit has fallen
through the maladministration ot the
Republican party through five years
of war and eleven years of peace. Dur
ing theso sixteen years enough money
wrung from tho people in taxes, has
boon squandered to pay off tho entiro
national debt and leave a surplus in
tho Treasury.' Mr. Hayes's record
gives no hopo that he will make any
change lor the better. All ot that
record goes to show that ho has no
will of his own. There could be no
better proot of this than tho showing
made on tho first pa o of this issue,
of his notion in tho matter of a fraud,
ulont laud claim. Tho committeo ol
whioh ho was a member had agreed
on a report, and though ho knew that
report sanctioned a fraud, ho would
not could not, ho said do anything
against it. So, if ho should bo elect
ed. President ho could do nothing.
His Cabinet roust necessarily bo com
posed of tho men who are laboring to
elect him. They are tho men who
have brought tho Government to its
present lamentable condition and they
do not desire a change of policy. If
bo could do nothing against the action
of a committee ot ordinary robbers
what could he do against tho will of
Railroad Jobber Blaine, Morton
Chandler aud others whom ho must
call as his counselors, and who are
moo of indomitable will and used to
hcving their own way, even with
Grant, who dislikes to bo dictated to?
It is a time when puro patriotism is
demanded. Tho man who is bes
qualified to conduct tho affairs ot
government is tho one who should be
elected, and we firmly believo that
Mr. Tilden is that man. That ho is
a statesman there is no doubt, and
all attempts of all his opponents have
failed to substantiate a singlo charge
of dishonesty against him. We leave
the matter to your judgment.
Ho. Henry V. Blair, M.G. Irom
New Hampshire, says: "The man
who knows a North, a South, an East
or a West, is a traitor iu his heart."
This it rough on the Radical party,
in and out of Congress, whose whole
wholo stock in trado is abuse of the
people of the South. Reference is
made continually by Radical speak
ers and papers, to those "lately in re
bellion" "in arms against the Gor
ernment" ."the section hostile to the
Government," lo., and almost every
speech and paper of tho Republican
party that has come under our eyes
his somo allusion to the danger of
trusting tho people of the South with
he right to hold office, or even vote.
Ae howl over the chairmanship of
COknittees in Congress and the sub
offic 0f the House shows the sincer
ity ot hi uSo xorth" bluster and
hypocry
Tb " S aboss of Grant is sot
arjn-
' ordirg to tbe fame parcr
arguuieit.
'enthera "Proteetlan.'
The Southern outrage question has
played a conspicuous part in this cam
paign. Particularly has this been
true of South Carolina. Almost ev
ery day has that most formidable
weapon of the Republican party, the
tclccraph lines under its control, fur
nished accounts of murderous out
bursts in which the white Domocrats
were the aggressors and colored Re
publicans the aggrieved. Every ef
fort was'made by the Republicans to
prevent the truth from being known,
and to stir up strife so that an excuse
could be had for sending United
States troops to that State. These
efforts prevailed and the State has
been over-run with federal soldiers.
How much necessity there was for
this is shown by tho following tele
gram s
Chble8Ton, Oct. 20. Tbe president of
the chamber of commerce has united with
the Methodist, Catholic, and Episcopal bish
ops, and tbe leading Presbyterian Lutheran,
Baptist and Jewish ministers and tbe presi
dents of all National and other banks lo
Charleston, in an address io tbe coodition
of South Carolina to the people of tbe
United States, which denies that the white
people of Soatb Carolina are disloyal or dis
affected to tbe United States government ;
that any part of the StaU is in resurrection;
that tbe laws cannot be duly enforced with
in the limits of tbe State ; tbat anv lawful
cease exiBts for federal interference ; tbat
the white people of the State are disuffected
towards tbe colored people, or desiro to in
fringe on their civil or political rights ; tbat
the rifle clubs in tbe Slate are combinations
against law, that in the recent collisions the
white people have been the aggressors.
And now to goon and see whether
the colored Republicans need "protec
tion" or not. In tho New York Her
ald of October 18th, tho day follow
ing the issuing of the proclamation
by the President commanding all un
lawful assemblages to disperse, and
tho day following tho issue of an or
der by the Secretary of War sending
all the availablo forco of the Atlantic
States to South Carolina, we find an
account by a correspondent at Char
leston of tho riot at Cainhoy, S. C.
This correspondent says that arrange
ments had boon mado for a joint dis
cussion, tho only condition being that
neither party should take any fire
arms to any meeting. A steamer was
chartered to convey tho Democrats to
Cainhoy, a small town on Cooper riv
er. Before the steamer started
largo party of negroes made a dash to
seuure passage, saying they wantc
"to clean out the damned Demo
crats." Mr. Jervey opened the
speaking and was listened to with at
tcntion. After he cloned a Republi
cun began a very inflammatory
speech, and in two or threo minutes
musket shot was heard. Instantly
tho blacks rushed to the bushes where
they had hidden their guns and opened
a tiro on tho .Democrats, not ono ot
whom was armed. Five white me
wcro killed, fifteen wounded and one
missing, supposed to bo killed. The
bodies ot tho white men who wore
killed or wounded wcro horribly inu
tilated, being in many instances hack
ed and cut with axes. All of them
were robbed of their clothing and val
uables, and then loft in tho swamps,
Mr. William E. Simmoni, an old crip
pled white man, was clubbed to death
at tho door ot the church and then
shot whilo his body lay upon the
ground. And these are the men who
need protection.
Ir there has been anything nmni
fested by tho Republican party that
rises to the dignity of a ruling pas
sion or distinguishing trait, it has
been plunder and a dispositioi to turn
all the misfortunes of tho country to
tho personal advantage of its mem
bers. Next to this comes tho regard
for the negroes for, as we have long
believed, we are now told that the
12,614 white prisoners of war, who
died in tbe prison pen at Andeison
villo were permitted to suffer, rot and
die becauso the "Confederacy" refused
to acknowledge "the manhood and
the rights of our colored soldiers.
The central question was
the Government had commit
ted itself to tho doctrine that tho ne
gro was a man and not a chatte
So spake Jas. A. Garfield in Congress
last winter and his speech is now at
hand as a "campaign document."
If the prisoners at Andersonville had
only been "colored" then the Repub-
icans would have been deprived of
one great stain on their traditional
shirt.
The Cooititntioo should neither say tbat
it ( The Dibit) should or not be read te tbe
public schools.
lo attempt either won id be to mingle pol
itics with religion, which all woqM drwe-
war mt-U V. S. Stnatt.
Yet It. B. iliyee loJoraes tbe America
Alliance, tbat would rxcluJe Catholic from
eEc : sod tbe IW oblican party has drag-
j4 EJacation and Religion, both into the
roi'itical arena.
Votkhs Remember next Tuesday
when you go to vote, that Grant, Tatt,
Chandler and Co., have U. 8. Troops,
paid in part by you, now stationed in
the South to overawe the people and
to secure Radical majorities. Troops
in South Carolina to keep 70,000 white
men from intimidating 110,000 ne
groes. '
' Troops in the South in violation of
any law, and contrary to the very
Constitution the managing officials are
sworn to support and defend, and this
action Richard Williams says is right,
this lawless proceeding is endorsed by
all Radical speakers and papers and
vote for Hayes is a vote for military
interference in elections.
limned.
' The wail of the Republicans about
the payment of the rebjri war debt in
the event of the elecrfon of Mr. Ti
den is effectually 'disposed of by the
following:
. R swr York, October 25. Mr. Tilden- hss
writteo a letter for publication or which the
following is extracts : "Should I be elected
President, the provisions of tbe Uib amend
ment will, so far as depends on me, oe main
tainod, executed and enforced in perfect am
absolute rood faith. No rebel debt will be
assumed or paid ; do claims for loss or eman
cipation of sny slave will be allowed ; no
claim for loss or damage incurred ty aisioy'
al people during the lute war, whether cov
ered by the 14ih amendment or not, will be
recognized or paid ; the cottos lax snail not
be refunded ; I ahull deem it my duty to ve
to every bill providing for the assumption or
payment of any such debts, losses, damages,
claims, or lor reiunding any sucn tax."
Thi Republican Speakers and pa
pers mado a long and doleful how
during the past session of Congress,
because certain investigations were
conducted in secret. That howl was
very patriotic. It was the height of
impropriety not to let tho criminal
koow tbat they were accused so they
oould evade the law and punishmont
Grand juries and their preceding
should be made publio accordingto
tho Radical theory, so those guilty of
crime mijjht have due notice and thus
escape justice aud merited punish
ment. How wiso 1
' a
The imnienso brain that furnishes
tho Washington correspondence ot
the Journal has made tho astounding
discovery that the Democrats carried
West Virginia by a smaller majority
than they expected. He ignores th
fact that all along in tbe tables of
probable results of the election the
electoral vote of that Slate has been
put either in the ltepublican or
"doubtful" column. It is thus evident
that tho Democrats carried thd State
by a much largor majority than th
Republicans expected.
"Lima Mr. Ham ot Maine," com
plainod in a speech mado in Congress
that: "In a lew days almost a thou
sand uolpless men and women in
Washington will be turned upon the
streets." These helpless people were
ousted from the Departments by the
action of Congress ; they had lived
upon tho publio funds and as tbey
were helpless a Dotuocratio Congress
did not need them for ornament
Kasson, in Congress, said of Hayes
''Show me, if you can, where evor
corrupt thing was done by biin or en
oouraged by him ?" We cannot Bay
whether he approved Kilpatrick's let
tor or not written to Aui,but so tar,
we find no record of any good he has
done and as to encouraging any "cor
rupt thing," just look at his party and
Grant's administration, are they not
"corrupt things" f
The public school system of tbe several
slates is the bulwark of the America!) re-
publio JcpuWicin Platform.
If that bo true, we do not see why
Radicals who nover steal squander
the school fund in the Southern States
and send soldiors down there to pre
serve the American republic ; or why
that same platform wants to take t'-e
"bulwark" from the "several States"
and tirn it over to the "nation." Can
not the several States manage tbe
bulwark?
Not tbe Catholics, They
were tbe Brat lo this country when establish
Ins tbe Government of Maryland to provide
in her fundamental law far religious free
dom. r rHingiuyvn $ Spmh.
Thus speaks the most radical of tho IUdi
cals,yetUov. Hares compliments the A own
ican Alliance tbat would not let foreigners
vote or Catholics hld office.
lite Journal does us too much hon
or in class'iosr the Guard with the
New York Sun and WvrUy the Lou
isville CwrterJohrmil and other like
papers. Still we can stand it if the
Journal can.
Eviar word of the article published
in this paper two weeks ago from the
WorU about IIijci and the Know
Nothing, or American Alliance is
true, and has been proved so by in
, ...
to the contrary not ithsUD Jing.
Tbecb are many very simple things
that are beyond the comprehension of
the "braiu" of the Journal. One of
tbeso things is the difference between
s courteous reply to a nomination by
an association of Know Nothings and
a positive declarati6n of sympathy
with the principles of that organiza
tion, one of which is as follows :
A Changs. Thos. B. Merry, Esq
r well known newspaper man, has
bought the Dispatch at Seattle, for
merly owned by Beriah Brown, and is
making it a live, readable newspaper.
Scattlo appears willing to support a
good newspaper and Mr. Murry wil
undoubtedly furnish the pcoplo of
that place with a good one.
"Show me tbe man, enemy of bis country
or corraptionist in bn country, with whom
Rutherford B. 1 1 ayes was ever so intiinete
associate. Kavtou opeeai in Longrest.
That's why he is so little known
he never associated with the leaders
of bis party.
The Republicans of Indiana are reforming
Journal.
They need and can stand a great deal of
"reforming" in Oregon as well as Indians
Geo. R. lltlin died at bis borne in Albany
last Sunday of consumption, In tbe 33d year
of bis age. Mr. Jletm commenced tbe prac
lice of law In Albany In 1862. and ever
since has been closely identified with tbe
local politics of bis county.
LOOKOUT.
A multitude of Tilden and Hen
drioks tickets have been printed and
distributed bearing the name of Wil
Hams instead of Lane for Congress.
Particularly in Douglas county is this
being done. Let voters scrutinize
their tickets when they go to vote,
Pouting the Books.
New York Sun, Oct. It
Tbe results of the recent elections enable
ns to determine witb reasonable accuracy
how the great question will be decided in
November, lo that contest, as our readers
will reinoiuber, the whole number ol electors
to be chosen is 369, and the candidate wh
pels as many as 183 ot these will be elected
Here is the record us it stands siuce l ues
days
STATES CERTAIN TO VOTE POB TILDE.
Alabama 10
Arkansas 6
Connecticut. 6
Delaware S
Georgia 11
Indiana 15
Kentucky 12
l.ouininna. 8
Maryland. 8
MississiMii 8
Missouri ..15
New Jersey
New York 35
North Carolina 10
Orejwn
Tennessee.... 12
Texas 8
Vuviuia 11
West Virginia
Total
Or 10 more thau are necessary to elect
BTATES L1KKLY TO VUTK KOH TII.DRM.
California. 6 I New Hamukiro.
Florida 4 South Carolina..
.193
Total.... 22
Certain States 1!)5
rrobable States 22
Grand total for Tilden 127
STATES t'KHTAIN TO VOTS FOR HAYEH.
Iowa 11
Kansas 0
Maine 7
Minnesota 5
Nevada
Ohio
liluxle Island.
Vermont
.22
Nebraska 3
Total
.05
STATES LIKELY TO VOTE FOR HAYES.
Colorado 31 Michigan
Illinois 21 Wisconsin
Massachusetts ... .13
Total
Certain States.
Probable States 68
Grand total for Hayes. 123
Or 62 fewer than are necessary to elect
DOUBTFUL.
Pennsylvania , 29
SUMMARY.
Grand total for Tilden 217
Grand total for Hayes,, 123
Tilden's majority 94
Less possible vote of Pennsylvania 29
Tuden s sure majority 65
This Is just the way tbe caso stands since
the result of Tuesday's elections has become
known. It leaves 1 ilden'e success about as
certain as Frank Heme's was after tbe elec
tions of Coluber, 1852. We have no long r
anydouotor the complete triumph of tbe
Itxlorm par'y. Hut it will not be achieved
without an earnest struggle. The party ol
corruption will die hard. The possession ol
power will onlv be surrendered after desoer
te fighting. Iu tbe State of New York es
pecially, the combat wdl be most intense and
ncessant from this day forth until the elec
tion of I uesday, or. 7. Every trick snd
device will be resorted to by tbe men in of
fice to save themselves from the dire neces
sity of seeking new occupation. But no
trick and no device, however conning or
however audacious, can overcome the will of
the people to have change, and to turn out
the Grants, Robesons, Chandlers. Ulaioes,
llubcocks, r lobes, Shepherds, and all tbe
bandit I woo for the last seven years bars
disgraced or plundered the country.
From the Baltimore G alette, Oct 1L
GrantUm is crushed to earth never
to rise again. The bloody shirt will
bo bleached. Chandler, lilaine, Jlor
ton. and the rest may cease to trouble
themselves about the solid Nuih. for
they will have enough to do to pre
vent a solid iSorth. tor every vote
the Itepublicans may secure by bayo
nets in the South, they will lose five
in the North. The battle will now
be transferred to New York, but nc
fear need be entertained in regard to
the State that has twice given a ma
jority for Tilden.
Forty-foar persons joined a Liberal So
ciety organised by Dr. Vork in Baker City
00 last week
Sir Jobs L Ilirklio. one of Omron's
early pioneer, died OO atqrdaj, the Utk
mst, aline rri.ieoe or a is ton, W illiam
liirklin. in th 84th year of hi ag.
Iba Ko-barjr, InoVp.od.-Dt is tbe Cooper
Jii'g niiuh lor lbs treenbacktrs either.
iundurd.
Aagael Flower.
The most miserable beings in the world are
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Com
plaint More than sevfnty-five per cent 'of th people
in the United State are afflicted with the twe
disease and their effect ; uch a Sour Stom
ach, Sick Headache, Habitual Cortivenes, Pal
pitation of tbe heart, Heart-burn, Water-brash,
gnawing and burning pain at the pit of the
Stomach, Yellow Slu, Coated Tongue and air
agreeable taste in the mouth, coming op of food
after eating, low spirits, etc (Jo to your Drug
gist and get a 75 cent bottle of August Flow
er, or a sample bottle for ten cent. Try it
two dose will relieve you. Cka.ni 4 Brioham,
agents, San Francisco, CaL
Ths Fakili Provided with Glens's Sul
phur Soap need hav no fear, if it i used free
ly, of Salt Kheum, Scald Head, King Worm,
Itch or any other of those annoying and disfig
uring eruptions which children are so apt t
contract at school
Hollow ays Pills. In all crowded cilie,
Malaria and fogs are breathed over and over
amin. till lha itmnrest luium are in callable of
producing pure blood, hence the sluggishness of
mind and body, the weariness and irritability of
many peraons during Xni season ot in year.
These medicine neutralize theae impurities and
give vigor to the head, heart and itomachs 25
oent per box oifpor, 188
University Subscriptions.
All subscription to the State University are
now over due. The property ha been accepted
by and turned over to the State, and I am ir
structed by the proper authorities to proceed
ana collect au sums at once.
GEO. B. DORBIS,
Attorney -at-Law,
JUST RECEIVED
AT
MARK STEVENS',
AGENT FOR
REMINGTON & SONS'
Breech Loading
Central Fire Military and Sporting
RIFLES
AND
SHOT-GUNS.
ALSO,
PISTOLS CARTRIDGES,
And all kinls of ammunition for breech loading
Uun. uui ana e mo.
CALL. SON & OSBURN
BB OFFERING TO THE PUBILC,
Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Canned Goods
Tobacco & Cigars, Glass & Queens
ware, Wood and Willow ware,
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES,
And in fact everything usually kept in a flrst class
tiroeerv otore or Bakery at UKUItUUK rmCKS
(or cash or ready psy Satisfaction guaranteed.
Unods delivered to any part of the city free of
charge,
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
CHAS.HADI.EY,
At Dunn's Old Stand,
T7-EEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
IV assortment of of
Hack, Buggy & Team Harness,
Saddles, W hips,
Spurs, flutters,
Collars,
Currj Combs end Brushes
And everything usually kept ina flrst clasa Har
nesssnop. Jai
DUNN & STRATTQN,
AT THI
OL STAND OF P. B. LUNN.
XT A VINO ASSOCIATED WITH ME IN
AAbusiness Mr. HORACE F. STHATTON,
we have just received a new, large and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a specialty of
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
We desire to make no irrand flourish, but do
say mat tanner can come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other establishment in
town, ana tney can buy them on as good terms.
W have a full line of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS,
FANCY GOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS,
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And are continually addimr to our xtarh fa
meet ui demand of the public.
DUNN & STRATTON.
QHOCEKIKS-lshall keep oa a full of
GROCERIES & PROVISION
And invite the attention of hoitke-pra.
l. u. HL Ualt KH
JEWELRY ESTABLISMEXT.
J. S. LUCKEY,
DEALER IN (J Jj
Clocks, Watches, Chains, Jewelry, etc.
, Ropairin?; Promptly Executed.
fctTAil War Warraatea'.j
J.S LC'KKY,
' PosTorncKBriLDiso.
wllU'Vtu A Eighth 8U.. Cufeoc CHy.
IM and Stationery Store.
POST OFFICE BCILDlSG.TXOEXECItr.l
hav oa band and as roasWnllr rriiw
asmnamitef tn fi4 School aad Milinm
book. SUtiosery. Blank Book. Pnrtfoli., Card
Wallet. Blank. PArtaoanae. He. Mr n
eem. prwat lly SilM. A. 8. P4TTKRSOX.
ATOTICE
TO CREDITORS.-N.itic k
ea that U. K Um b.
J.1 hereby sivea that O.
(pointed adminitntv nf the wtt V c.rK.L
Burbndire, dVceaard. AD Drnoaa krin .Uin.
ak-aiut aid rifceaoed will Prmrat th nine to
Bo at aiy office ia Eofrne City within 6 month
from tl pablkatina of thi ir.
tita d. HUKKIS, AdmV.
Ocber 21. K.
iTTira.a T?rTT.:r
v wc ia fronts
LA BELLE WAGOX.!
DENTAL.
. TR. F. WELSH1
ha ODensA
jjenuu lloom per
manently in the
Underwood Brick
ttlTTTT?
Eugene City, and respectfully solicit a share of
the public patronage. liefer by permission to
. Cardwell, Portland.
0. A. MILLER,
DENTAL ROOMS in DUNN'S-
BUILDING, EUGENE CITY.
ProfcMn DEST1STBT AM ORAL JTRGEBT
A. W.PATTERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office on Ninth Street, oppoalte the St.
Chariea Hotel, and at Be.ldeaee,
ELTOKNK CITY, OREGON.
IE3. NICHI2T & SHIELDS,
HAVING ASSOCIATED IN THE prac
tice of Medicine, offer their professional
service to the citizens of Eugene City and the
surrounding country. Special attention given
to all OBSTETRICAL CASES and UTER-'
INE DISEASES entrusted to then- care. Bill
due when the service is rendered.
Offices on Ninth street and at the residence)'
of Dr. Nicklin on Willamette street, between?
Ninth and Tenth streets. se2
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res'
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE
Residence on Elghtb street opposite Presby
terian Church,
Chas. M. Horn,
PRACTICAL GUNSMITH.
tv a t vt tv nrrvn tjtvt i?j
lsand materials. Repairing done in
tft- the neatest style and Warranted.
lfet Sewing Machines, Safes, Locks,
Guns loaned and ammunition furnished.
Shop on Ninth street, opposite Star Bakery.
WH.
It.
LAKE.
Purchasing Agent,
SAN FKANCISCO,
CAL
MARK THESE FACTS
THE TESTIMONY OP THE WHOLE
WORLD.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Mr Let the Suffering and diseased lead the
following.
wUt all who hare been gWen np by Doctors,
and spoken of as incurable, read the following.
awLet'slI who ran beliere facts and can hare
faith In eridence, read the following.
Know all men ny tbexe present, Tbat on this,
the Twentieth day of June. In the year of Onr
Lord, One Thousand Eight Hlimlred and Sixty
six, peisonally came Joseph Hsydock to me
known a such, and being duly sworn deposed as
foil wa : "That he is tbe sole aeneral agent for
the United States and dependencies thereof for
preparation or medicine known as Dr. Holloway'a
Pills and Ointment, and that the following certill
cates are verbatim copies to the best of his knowl
edge and belief. JAMES SMEITItE,
l. s Notary Publio,
M Wall Street, New York.
Da. UoLLOwiT-1 take mi nen to writ you of m
rreat relief and that the awtul pa.n ia my nue ha
left me at last thanks to your pills. Oh, Doctor,
haw thankful I am that I can vet uine aleep. I can
never write it enough. I thank you aain and again,
and am sure that yuu are really the friend of all uf
ferara. I could not he p writing to you, and hope
you will not take it amiaa. JAMES MYEKS,
116AvenuD.
Thi ia to certify that I wa diachargol from the
army with chronic diarrhosa, and have been cured
by Ur. Holloway'a Pilla. WILSON HARVEY,
New York, April 7, 1S66. 31 Hit atreei.
The following is an interest tag case of a man em
ployed m an iron foundry, who, in pouring melted
iron into a flank that wa wet, caused an explosion.
The' melted iron was thrown around and on him ia
a pertert shower, an 1 he was dreadfully burned.
The following certitimte was given to ma by him
about 8 weeks after the accident:
New Yobk, Jan. 11.1875.
My nim is Jacob Hardy; I am iron founder, I
was badly burn by hut iron in November last my
burns beaied, but I hail a running aura un my leg
that would aot heal. I tried Uolloway Ointment,
and it cured my in a few weeks. This is all traa
and anybody can see me at Jackson's Iron works,
2d Avenue. J. HARDY, IIS Guerch street.
. EXTRACTS rROM VARIOUS LKTTER8.
'I had no appetite ; Holloway'a Pills gave me
a hearty one,"
"Your Pills are marvellous."
"I send for a tber box and keep t hens In the
boose. "
"Dr. Holloway cured my headache tbat was
chronic.'-
"I gave one of your Pills to my babe for cholera
morbus. The dear little thing got well in a day."
"My aaurea of a morning Ia now cured."
"Your box of HoIIowmv' Ointment cured me of
nolae in the head. I rubbed some of vour Oint
ment behind the ears, and noie has left."
"rtend m two boxes. I want on for a Door
fmily."
I enclose dollar, vour Dries Is 2S cent, but
the medicine to me ia worth a dollar."
'Heud me five boxee of your Pill."
"Let me have three boxes of vour Pills ovrjiu. a
mail, for Chills and Fever."
I have overd o such testimonial a these, tat
want of space compels me to conclude.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions of the sk'a, this Ointment ia
invalualiie. It doe not heal extemallv alona.
but penetrate witb the most searching fleet to
tbe very root of tb evil.
IIOLLOWA V'S PILLS
Invariably cure tbe following diseases :
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all disease aftVel in tbeaa ornna. whether.
thry aeeiet too much or too little water ; or
whether they 'be sfljjcted with stone or gravel, ot
with aches sjd pains settled in th loins over th
region or tb kidneys, these Pdl should be taker
ti-cwdiDg to th printed directions, and the Oint
ment should b w. II robbed into tbe small of the.
back at lied time. Thi treatment will give
almost immediate relier when all other mean Lava
failed.
FOB STOMACHS OCT OP ORDER,
No medicine will so eflVtnillv imnmra thu.
Uwtt of the stomach these Pills : they remove
all acidity, occasioned either by Intemperance or
improper diet. They reach tb liver sod reduce it
to a healthy action : they ar wnooVlnllt effica.
clou ia raws of spasm--in fact they never fail ia
u"njeiB ot inc liver and atomacb.
Holmwat'a llll srn tbe het rrmrir k.n lis
th wwld or lb following disease : Ague. Asth
ma. Bilioa eomnlainU. Blot Km ah ih skin.
B iwel ComulaiDlx. Colic rno.tin.tin. 4.r k.
Bow b. Conwiinpii , Debility, Dropsy. Dyrata
ry. KrjNpela Female irregu allies, versof all
klDds. t lt. tiluL Headx-h Ind. Ufl.n.
tioo. lauadire. Ijvrr Complaint. Umbago. Pile,
nwnuowoi grille, hernial or King
tvil. bnr Throsti . Mum A fiiml .4. rv
Sjmpl.H , Tie ii.loari, Tonxirs. Clr.ten
era! Aflectioat. Worn of alt kind, Waksea
fro a any cause. 4c
IMPORTANT CAUTIOX.
SON
HiTDOCC. 1 ueat for tho TniUi kt.lx .art
round ear hr,x nf P,i, Oitskt A hand
reward will b gim to any on resdenag
sack laformatma a. nay lead u tb detection' of
y party e trues count felt in to medteaje.
or vend ia th lne kainrlng them m scsuonoo.
S"M th maanraetory of Prosor Hot
loway Co.. Stm lork. d by til respectab
UnirsrM and Dealers in MrdiciM thmncboot IM
ri'iided wurld, ia boxes at xi crata, U cat and
II oca.
WTbere is eoaiorab)e savtag by taktsc
jrrrr xe
h. B Direttiuns for tbe guidaacoof paliesta at
every danrder are 9u4 to r b box.