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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
"ATUKDAY. NOV, 11. 1S70.
T1XDKX I'KOH A1ILY ELKCTKW.
At tliis hour, Friday afternoon, the
election is' still in doubt, with the
chnnces decidedly in favor of the cleo
tion of Mr. Tildon, as will be seen by
tho following extracts Irom Portland
papers. Tbo Oregonian of yesterday
morning says, editorially
Wo should be glad to believe thcro
Is reasonable ground for tho hopes en
tertained by those Republicans who
cling to Indiana and Connecticut;
but the entire absence of such partic
ulars and details as would coroborato
the opinion that theso States may be
Itepubiican, together with the reports
of Democratic gains in tho returns
thus far received, lead us to believe
that they mut both be conceded to
tho Democrats. If so, the result now
bepends on tho two Carolines, Louis
iana and Florida, and of these four
Hayes requires thrco to secure an elec
tion. Should he receive tho votes of
the two Carolinas, and loso both Lou
isiana and Florida, ho will want one
vote of the requisite 183. Should ho
get 'North Carolina and tho two
Gulf States ho will have three major
Tho tablo of electoral votes now
stands: i '
BTATisa cebtaix roa bates.
Khode Maud 4
New llHiiiwliire B
Massachusetts . . . .13
STATE CERTAIN WR T1LI1EK.
New York 35
Missouri. ... 15
New Jersey 9
West Virginia 5
....1ft I South Candina 7
, . . . 0 I North Carolina 10
. . .. 4 Iiowliiiuna. 8
The Suudard of Thursday evening
The uowb from tho East is no more
complete than it was in our issue of
yesterday. Tho Republicans give it
up if tho Democrats Imvo carrier
Fiorida. All news of any reliabl
character from that Strtto givo it to
tho Democracy. The Republicans
rut in a claim for Louisiana. This
wo regard has no foundation whatev
er. Wisconsin still remains in doubt
and with cither Florida, Louisiana,
South Carolina or Wisconsin Tilden
is elootcd, and in our opinion, Mr. Til
don will carry both Florida and Lou
isiana, and has an equal show for tho
other two Statue, so fur as indicated
by tho returns received.
From tho moagro returns thus far
received from this Territory we bo'
liovo that Mr. Judson, tho Democrat
io candidato hai benteu Mr. Jacobs,
There are many little things which
had a bearing on tho election just
passed that havo not lost all their in
tcrest as yet.- One of them is about
the letter of Mr. Tilden on Southern
Claims. It was surmised and hinted
by telegraph that it would turn tho
South against him. By mail wo lenm
that it was endorsed by tho Demo
cratio party of Mississippi,
rouulluz tbe) Electoral Vole.
Tho next counting ot the electors
vote will talto plaoo on the second
Wednesday in February under tho
following constitutional provision and
Asticli 12 The prcsi
ueut ot ine M'u.ito snail, in mo pies
enoe ot the Ninaie ana uouseot Ken-
reiontativcs, open all the certificates,
and the votes sliall then bo counted
The person having the greatest num
ber of votes for President shall be
President, if such number be a major
ity of the whole number of electors
appointed ; ami it no person have such
majority, then from the persons bav
ingftho highest numberj, not exceed
ing three on the list of those voted for
as PresiJcnt. the Iiouko of Represen
tatives shall choose immediately by
ballot the president."
Section 142. Congress shall be in
session on the second Wednesday in
February succeeding erery meeting
of the electors, and the certificates, or
to many of them as nave been receiv
ed, shall then bo opened, the votes
counted and the persons to fill the of
fices of President and Vice President
ascertained and declared, agreeably
to the constitution.
A Democratic procession was attack! by
p-;rcxi in Puleijb, N. C oo tlit Tib. Two
poliCBTi snJ at'U'raf iMnoorata wertbsJ!
The oflicial canvass of the vote of
this county at noon today gives
Hayes 3 majority and Williams 20
Is it not rather singular that local
news gatherers of New York City pa
pits did not find any of thoso Tilden
clubs turning over in bodies to Hayes?
Hut they did not. The truth is as we
have stated before. Tha telegraph
line was used as an instrument to in
fluence voters on tho Pacific Coast by
scandalously untrue reports. It was
a success too, as will be see by the
vote of California and Oregon.
North Eugene... IKS 179 W 177
HnuthKuuMM.... Iff 13 130 135
Hprineld i 40 . Wl 40
Lancaster. 138 IBS 141 10
Jikhar.lson 1 68 10 58
Cottage Urove... 88 81 W 9
Coast Kork 61 03 62 W
l'leasantlMl.... 21 25 21 25
Hitndaw 27 3d 3
Willamette 37 27 87 28
Ism Tom. 8 25 10 24
Mohawk 29 ,25' 29 26
Camp Creek..... 44 9 44 9
Iv Valley 10 20 10 20
Middle Fork.... 11 8 12
Fall Creek 27 U 27 11
Hiiencer W 32 18 28
Hazel Dell 7 3 9 3
Total 930 942 952 '941
Tilden s majority, fl. Willianu over Lane, 11.
Cooiier received 33 votes in uie county, se
follows: Cottage Grove, 20; Coast ork, J;
North and South Eugene and Lancaster pre
cincta, 2 each, and 1 each in Willamette, Long
Tom, Camp Creek and Middle Fork precinct.
At 9 o'c?ock lust night tha returns from
McKenzie precinct had not been received at
the Clerk'a cflite. Hazel Doll, the returns
of which were received last night, gives
Cooper 2, making his total voto in this coun
a a a
Counties. I p
Hayes' majority, 1292.
8015 98'JO 770O
Tho Republican majority in tho
Connecticut Legislature is 37 on joint
ballot. The Senato stands, 11 Re
publicans to 10 Democrats, and the
Uoiibo 141 Republicans to 105 Demo
crats. Tho Congressional delegation
remain as in the present Congress.
Nkw Orleans, Nov. 98-30 P. M.
Chairman Patten, of tho New Or
leans Democratic Committee, says re
turns to night in 20 parishes show
Tildon 13,233 ahead. This a gain of
9,470 on tho vote ot 1874. He asserts
that Louisiana will give Tilden 10,000
New York, Nov. 0. Gov. Kel
logg telegraphs to the National Com
mitteo to-night that lkrwoll, Repub
lican, is elected to Congress from
New Orleans, and that Louisiana is
sure for Hayes.
New York.Noa. 9. Tho HaraUVt
Louisiana special says tho Slalo lias
gone Democratio by 7,000.
IV crib Carolina.
Rai.kk.ii, Nov. 8. Gen. Kilpat
rick arrived in this city last evening
from Washington. Ho is now closet
ed with T. I). Keogh, chairman of tho
Republican Vtatc committee, and oth
er Republicans, at tho Garborough
House, Additional re-urns from the
western part of tho Stato continue to
show Democratio gains. The coun
ties yet to hear from are Democratio
and the majority will certainly reach
12,000 to 15,000. T. 11. Ki-ogh, chair
man of the Republican Stato commit
tee, concedes the State by 12,000.
MoxTtiovKRT, Mov. 9. Enough
returns have been recoived to show
at least 33,000 majority for Tildon,
aud an unbroken delegation of Demo
crats to Congress. &lielly, lem., in
the fourth district, has a handsome
majority, Rapier, colored, and Haral-
sou, colored, Uivuo the ncpuoucan
vote between them. This makes a
gain of two Democratio Congress
men. Tbirt were six y:iuw Ur iutcrmrpti io
Saracnah oo tho Clh.
Gi'Dtral Crorer, brother of Got. Grow,
i!l Uks charge of the m ili'ry post at Wa'U
Telegraphic iosrtuctions received by Gen
eral Sprague from Pbiladelpbis order biro to
st once proceed with (ho construction ol the
branch road between Tacoma and tbo coal
mines at I'uysllup, 30 miles distant. The
rails will be shipped via Cape Horn.
TVy bave the small pox in Washington
J. II. Long was arrested at Salem for il
Four euilinif vessel are now at Gardner
loading lumbur tor Sau l-raiicisco.
The clerk of the Board and Canal Lock
Commissioners is to receive a salary of $1,-
500 per annum.
Mr. J. C. Jsmiesoo has purchased the
right to manufacture and sell Leather s p-
teut stons io Washington county.
Mr. W. C. Merer has t black wulnut tree
on bis farm, now bearing, that bas grown
from a nut be brought from Kansas fire
Oregon Presbyterj of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church will meet io Scio.Linn
county, on Thursday, 15th inst.. at" o'clock
P.M. Also, the Ureedh synod will meet
at tha same place, on l riday, the lith, at i
o clock r. M.
Tbo machine Was Worn Out.
,VhyT Not bcaue it was not well
built, but it was wruiiL'ly run. Thousands
of men who bave run down loog befoie tbeir
threescore and ten years ore accomplished,
might have been renewed into sprightlineis
and vim if tlii-y bad tried the well known
Pkruvian Syrup, which Con turns amonff its
compounds the Protoxide of Iron, so com
bined that it assimilates wila tbe blood and
invigorates Ihe whole system. This syrup
bas proved euicacious in thousands ofcaes,
and will do everybody good who uses it. All
druggists keep it.
Ir theiik is any victim of an eruptive malady
who dexpairs of relief, let him abandon his de-
siiondeiicy. Bo long as it is isissihle for hini to
ohtain Glknn's Sulphur Hoap be need enter
tain no doubts reflecting the possibility of his
The Quickest, Surest and Cheapest
Fhysiuians recommend, and Farriers declare
that no such remedies have ever before been in
use. Words are cheap, but the proprietors of
these articles will present trial luttles to
medical men, gratia, and will guarantee more
rapid and MttiHtuctory results tfcun have ever be
fore been olitameil.
Tiik Centaur Liniment, Wjiitic Wrapprr,
,;d in. ....... .;..., vu,.n,..:.. i .,...i...
Sciatica, Cakud llivanti, Sore t ipples, Kroaticl
Feet, t'hilhluius, Swellings, Sprains, aud any
rLEsu, noNs on misci.i aii.uent. . ;
It will extract the iioison of bites and stints,
and heal bums or scald without a Hear. Lock
jaw, l'alsey, Weak Buck, Cuked Jtrraiits, Ear
actio, lisuliache, Itch anil L'utnuuous c.rup'
tiuus readily yield to its treatment
Henry Black, of Ada, Hardin Co. , Ahlo, says:
".My wife had the ltheiimatism for five years-
no rest, no slei could scarcely walk aaroas the
tloir. Nie is uow completely cureil.liy the use
of your Centaur Liniment We all feel thank
ful to you, aud recommend your wonderful
medicine to all our menus.
James Hunt, of anesvllle, O., Bays: "Hie
Centaur Liniment cured my .Neuralgia."
Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes: "Send me
onedozen Kittle by express. The Liniment has
saved my leg. 1 want to distribute it, ac
The sale of this Liniment is increasing rui'Mlv.
Ths Centaur Liniment, Yellow Wkaptkh,
la lor the tough skin, nesli anil muscles ot
HORSES. MULEH AND ANIMALS.
We have never yet seen a case of Spavin.
Sweeny, King-hone, Wind-gall, Scratches or
Toll Kvil, which this Liniment would not speed
ily lienelit, and we never saw but a few cases
which it woulilnot cure. It willciirewhenany
tiling con. It is follv to atend -0 for a Farrier.
when one dollar's worth of Centaur Liniment
will do better. The following is a sample of the
Jefferson. Mo.. Nov. 10. 1873.
Some time ago 1 was shipping horses to St
Louis. I got one liadlv cripided in the car.
With great dilliculty I got him to the stable, on
Fourth avenue. The stable keeper gave me a
bottle of your Centaur Liniment, which I used
with such success that in two days the horse
was as active and nearly well I have been a
veterinary surgeon for thirty years, but your
LJuiment Heads anything 1 ever used.
"A. J. M'CAkTV, Veterinary Surgeon."
For a Hwtage stamp we will mail a Centaur
Almanac, containing hundreds of certificates,
frtuu every State in the Union. These Lini
ments are uow sold by all dealers in the couu-
Labaratory of'J. B. Ross k Co.,
40 1k New York.
CASTOKI A is the result of 20 years exHri
ment, by 1 r. Samuel l'ltcher, of M assachusetts.
It is a vegvtahle pn parutiiu as effective as cas
tor nil, but iwrfcctly pleasant to the taste. It
can be taken by the youngwt infaat and neith
er gSL-s nor grie. r. A. J. Grevn of Koyds
ton, ludiana, says of it:
Sir: I have triwl the Castoria and can
s) irak highly of its merits. It will, 1 think, do
away sntitvly with castor oil. It Is pleasant
and nannies, and Is wonderfully rnicacious ai
au aerient and laxative. It is the very tiling.
Th Castoria destroys worms, regulates the
tomach, cures Wind Colic, and erniits of nat
ural healthy sleep. It is very erhencious in
croup, and for Teething I'hililren. Honey is
not pleasanter to the taste, and Castor tHl is
not so certain in its stfivU It costs but Si
cents in Urge bottles.
J. B. Kobe & Co., 40 IVy St, New York.
Becker & Boyd have re
moved their Market to
ihe Railrod House. .
BECKER & COYO, Proprietors.
T)EfKFRA nOTDfUVS RGVDVFD to
baldiog kouva as in Cralni lisj-ket and
XEFJ CCX8TAXTt,T OS HAND,
Prwl Vr.u..f.!l kivla. Tnow,t WJ
U Bret la c&ufca bus I Is I onla.
The most miserable beings in the world are
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Com
plaint More than seventy-five Per cent'of the people
In the United States are afllictod with these two
diseases and their effects ; such as Sour Stom
ach, Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Pal
pitation of the heart, Heart burn, Water-brash,
gnawing and burning pains at the pit of the
Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue and dis
agreeable taste in the mouth, coming up of food
after eating, low spirits, etc. Go to your Drug
gist and get a 75 cent bottle of At'ci'sT Flow
er, or a sample Dottle lor ten cents, try ii
two doses will relieve you. Crane & Bhiuham,
agents, San Francisco, CaL'
Hollowat's Ointment. Sore legs.twounds,
ulcers, to. can be cured. The rational treat
ment as indicated by nature, is to reduce the lo
cal inhumation, sooth the neighboring nerves,
cool the heated blood, and render the watery
ichorous discharge consistent and healthy.
Happily, Holloway's Ointment accomplishes
these ends with unfailing certainty. 25 cents
per box or pot
The "WAVERLY MAGAZINE" is the
handsomest and largest literary in the United
States. The articles are all complete in each
number. It also contains a page of musio for
the Piano, and double the reading of any other
aiwr. Sixteen different numbers will be sent
to any part of the country, ost-paid, for one
dollar. No one will regret taking a dollar's
Worth as it will give good reading for three
MOSES A. DOW,
Protect Your Buildings.
Which may be done with one-fourth the usual
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PATENT SLATE PAINT,
MIXED READY FOB USE.
FIre-1'roor, Mater-Proof, Dura
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A roof may be covered with a very cheap
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to last from 20 to 25 years. Old roofs can be
patched and coated, looking much better, and
lasting longer than new shingles without tbe
One-Third the Cost of Re-Shinglingi
The cost of slating new shingles is only about
the cost of simply laying them. The paint is
riltK-PHoor against sparks or flying embers, as
may be easily tested by any one.
IT STOPS EVERY LEAK,
and for tin or iron has no equal, as it expands
by heat anil contracts by cold, and NEVER
cracks nor sculcs. Hoofs covered 'with tar
sheathing felt can be made water tight at a
small exiienwi, and preserved for many years.
This slate paint is
Two gallons' will cover a hundred square feet
of BhiiiL-le root, while rm tin, iron, leit matched
boanls, or any smooth surface, from two quarts
to one gallon are required to 1U0 square feet of
surface, and although the point has a heavy
body it is easily applied with a brush.
No Tar is Used in this Composition,
Therefore it neither cracks in winter nor runs
Ou decaying shingles it fills up the holes and
pores, and gives ft new and subUntiJ luuf llml
will last tor years. .TKi.Ki or vv aiipeu shin
gles it brings to their places and keejis them
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nearly all paints that are black coutaiutar, be
sure you obtain, our ".KNl'lNK. article, wldch (for
shingle roots) is
when first applied, changing in about a mouth
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our red color is usually preferred, as one coat is
- i ... ,1 t i: ia
equal vu uvq in nujr unuiiury jiuuib. xur
11 KICK WALLS
our BimiliT Bed is the only reliable Slate Paint
ever introduced that will elfuctiiully prevent
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These paints are also largely used on out:
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Our only colors are Chocolate, Bed, Bright
XV El) and URANUK.
New York Cash Price List.
5 gallons, can and box $550
10 " teg f0
20 " half barrel 16 00
40 " one barrel 80 00
We have in stock, ofjmr own manufacture,
roofing materials, etc, at the following low
1000 rolls extra Bubber Itoofiing at 3 cents
per square fist (Or we will furnish Bubber
Koohng Nails, Caps and slate Paint for an en
tire new roof, at i cents nor auuara foot.
2000 rolls 2-ply Tarred Booting Felt, at 1
cents iwr square iooi.
-KKH) Mils 3 ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at 2
cents per square foot
200 rolls Tarred sheating, at cent per square
5,000 gallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed ready
for use, on inside or outside work, at ('2 per gal
lon. Send for sample card of colors. All orders
must be accomanied with the money or satis
factory reference. No goods shipped C. O. D.
unless express charges are guaranteed.
Sample orders solicited.
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102 & 104 MAIDEN LANE. New York.
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE!
WE BEG to Inform Mr frivtvla and th pablie
that we har )ut iwetvvd duwt from bas
Franciaou aad tlit Umb matkvU
AN IMMENSE STOCK
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc.,
Alerted by ov Mr. 8. Bosisilstt. whkk wt
rsrtles win ini h to thfir adrsntu to rI.
J essmir ear suck aad pnecs Won purr baa
Hlgbest price paid for all k odi of Produce
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.
(.Rlrl LTI R IL IHPLEHE4TS
T. mil kiads o4 um1 lmnm, i f i
Watches, Clocks and Jewell)
THAXKIN'O THE PUBLIC for their past llbsr
i u.. il,-m to call on ns
at our new room in Underwood A Co 'i new brick
. . . . r..tt . ... v. n , ,,f
blocs, wDere may De icuno a mo ""o"1""
goods .In the above line. , ,J .
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wurxmanuse maimer auu ?iiiu..
Willamette St. Eugene City. Cresoi s
A New Deal.
UA9 JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST
V.m nt Ana and ru.hiftrmlile cllttllS SUch SS
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Coatings, In mil Grade,
and Flue Vestlnss.
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a. G. GRAHAM.
J. KILLINGSWORTH & SOW,
On ninth Street,
TTEEP constantly on hand , fresh
8ugar. Tobacco A Cigars, Peaches,
Coffee, Canned lioods, f lums,
Syrup, Cheese, Powder,
Bonn, feturch, Pepper,
Sardine, ball, Candies,
Comment, ' Candles,
Nuts, Lard, Flour,
Bread, Cakes. Pics, Fruits and Vegetables.
of every description, which they will sell cheap
lor csso. 1 nssiui iur past invurs wc wikii m wu
tinuanceof the same.
flnnAa AaHvrA in anv nari fit (hA rltv trtG nt
charge. We are constantly receiving new oood
ad will satisiy our cusiumer in regara io prices.
MARK THESE FACTS
THE TESTIMONY OF THE WHOLE
W Let the Suffering and disetned lead tbe
J-It all who have Keen gien up hy Doctors,
and suoken ores Incurable, rend the tollowing.
a J-le t sll who ran believe facts and can have
faith in evidence, read the lollowing.
Knuw sll men hv thene DresenU. That on ih'i
the Twentieth day of June, in ti e year of Our
Lord, One Thousand bight Hlindred and Sixty
nix, peisonally came Joseph Hsydock to me
known as such, and being duly sworn deposed n
toll w I "Hint he U the sole iieuera) agent for
the United States and dependencies theieof lor
preparations or medicine known as Dr. Holloway's
PilU and Ointment, and that the following certifi
cates ere verbatim copies to the tietr his knowl
edge snd lielier. JAMES SMh.lllirJ,
f l. s.l Notary Public.
14 Wall Street. New York.
Da. Uollowat I take my pen to write you of my
great relief snd that the awlul pain in uiy sHe has
left me at last thanks to yuur pills. Oh, Doctor,
U iw tluiiikful I am tliat I can iret some sleep. I can
never write it enough. I thank you strain aud again,
aud am atue that you are really the friend of all sut
lururi. I mull not he p writing to you, and hope
you will not tuke it amias. J A.M MJll fclio,
This is to certify that I was discharged from the
army with chrome diarrloca, anil he been cured
by Ur. Holloway's fills. W1L60N HARVEY,
Now York, April 7, lsiiS. 21 Pitt street.
The following is an interesting rose of a man em
ployed lu an irou foundry, who, in pouriug melted
mm into a H ink that was wet, caused an explosion.
The melted iron was thrown srouud and nu loin in
a rierlect shower, an I he was dreadfully burned.
The following certificate was iriven to rue by him
about a weeks after the accnient:
Nsw York, Jan. II, 1RTS.
M nime is Jacob ITarily; I sin iron founder, I
was Wily burn by hot iiuu in Noremlier last ; my
burns heaied, hut I had a running sore on my Uir
that would t hciil. I tiied Holloway's Ointment,
and it cured my lu a few weeks. This is all true
aud anybody can see me at Jackson s iron works,
Id Avenue. J. 11AHDY, I1U Uoeruh street.
EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS LKTTBR9.
'I had no appetite ; Holloway's Pills gave me
a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvellous."
"I send for an tlier box and keep them In the
"Dr. Holloway cured my headache that was
"1 gave one of your Pills to my babe for cholera
morbus. The deur little thing gut well in a day."
"My naurea of a moruing is now cured."
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment cured me of
noises in the head. I rublied some of your Oint
ment behind the ears, and noie bas left."
"Send m" two boxes, I want one for a poor
"1 enclose a dollar, your price is 2.5 cents, but
the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your Pills lyri u.i
mail, for Chills and Fever."
1 have over 2ii0 such testimonials as t i.-ae, but
want of space compels me to conclude.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment Is
invaluable. It does not heel externally alone,
but penetrates with Ihe most searching (Beets to
the very root of the evil.
Invariably cure the following diseases :
DISORDERS OP THE KIDNEYS.
In all diseases street ing these organs, another
thry secrete too muck or loo little water ; or
whether the; be sttticted with stone or gravel, oi
with aches snd pains settled in tbe loins over the
regions of the kidneys, tbee P lis should lie taken
according to the printed directions, sod the Oint
ment should be w. ll-ruootd into the small or toe
back at bed time. This treatment will give
almiwt immediate relief when all other means bav
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORDER.
No medicine will so tflectusjrly Improve the
tone of the stomach as these Pills ; they remove
all acidity, occasioned either by Intemperane or
improper diet. They reach tbe liver snd reduce it
to a healthy action ; tbey are wondelully rOWa-
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curing ill disordeis ot the liver and stomach.
Holloway's Tills sre the best remedy ksowa ia
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Bowel Complaints, Coin. Constipation fcf the
Bow-Is. Consnmpti , Debility, lnpsy. Dysente
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tion. lauadire. Liver Complaints. Lumbago, Piles.
nnnwivH, nctruimoi w L, 1 1 up, rsiruiuwur buuk a
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era! A Sections. W orms of all kinds. Weakness
from any cause, Ac
Noaa are senuine Bales the siraatore ef J
Hatdocc. as agent f: tbe I'mUd Slates. Mri
rounds eack box n( Pills and Omin.ent. A asnd
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such iaformatioa as may arid to Ui detectioa of
say party ot psrties nointe friiin the medirBet.
er vrfxliac the anx knowing the ra to be sparnms.
. Sold st tbe manulart.iry of Profeaar HoL
LowaT k Co., New York, and by all re-pertabi
Dru((st and Desilrrs in UcIicim Ihmnf bout tJ
ci.ilard worul.ia boxes at u cents, (I era Is and ,
II nek. 1
rrber h considerable saving by taking Um '
larrrr sum. I
N. B. Ihrectk' f.or the guidas-eof patients ia
rwj dnrder are affixed to sow k box.
Q ROCKHItSjIaUd keep oa a fuUgf
GROCESIES & PE0VISI0S
And invite the attention of b-)-lc i-tx
T. U. ILL-SDiU'.KS.
EUGENE CITY MUS.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEO LEAVE TO
inform the public that thev hv .l.
EUGENE Cl'f V WILLS for . term of years
and are now prepared to do a general MiLUnfT
Business. V ill receive wheat on storage on fa
vorable terms, and will make liberal terms to
farmers who desire to grind their own wheat
Will at all times keep on hand for sale
FLOUR and ALL KINDS OF MILL FEED,
and pay the
Highest Cash Price for Wheat
A share of the patroruure restiectfully solicit'
ed. oc7 PATTERSON & EDBI3.
WALTON & LYNCH,
In Dorris' Brick Building. ,
Groceries d Provisions.
WQl keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,,
lobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Koatsi, Notions,,
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Business will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods delivered without chargi to Bayer
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
For which I will pay the highest market price.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE of Hiss
bhelley, deceased. Notice is hereby given that.
Hubert C'allison, administrator of said estate, has
filed his account fur final settlement and the first
Monday in Novenilwr. 1876, bas been set fur final)
hearing of said account.
By order of Hun. J. J. Walton, Jr., County Jndge.
ROHKR1' CAl.I IKliN, Administrator
mmm i;i simss college
PORTLAND, OREGON. '
A Business Education ia the sorest
guaranty ot success lor persoos in all
pursuits of lite.
College Journal sent free to any address.
DkFKANCK ft WHITE,
seiSm Lock Box 104.
A LARUE STOCK OP
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Highest market price p for all kiudsofPRO
DUCti, HIDES and FURS.
tEND 2.3u. to OKI). P. ROWBU, ft CO.,'New
kj York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, containing;'
lints OI3O.-0 newspapers, and estimates showing coot
THE CHEAPEST PLC OX
The Pacific Const fur HOME-MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
J. II. DONALD
Hns now on bsnd over one hui.d -ed and fifty pairs
of Hoots ot our own make, which 1 am hound to sell
mranllesa ot cost, and we are nuw prepared to make
Boots to order at the following greatly reduced pri
French Calf Boots from IS to $9 per pair.
Fiench Kip Duota trom 8 to a per pair.
California Kip Boots mode to order for f fl per patr
And all other work at equally low prices. Repair
ing done at short notice. All work warranted.
Leather snd Findings for sale.
Keiuemlier the stand, two doors South of A. Y.
Peters ii Co'.s brick store.
J. II. DONALD.
THE WEST SHORE, s
Just entering its second year. It Is )
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED
and worthy the patronage of STry vsttr
wieher of the Pacific Northwest. - It ii
by the leading artists on the ooast. .
THE ABLEST WBITEBS
in the Pacific Northwest contribute to its columns.
it stands at the head of Pacino Coast publications
As a paper to
KD TO VltlEXDS
abroad it has bo equal. A single number will givw
tnem s better mea of ireguaaud oalunirton ter
ritory tlwn a year's numbers of any other paper,
1.50 PKH YKAR,
including postage. Sample number, M cents.
Address tbe puUioher,
P. O. Box S,
t3T Remlttancsa can be movie hy registered letter
or by order on any ol the Portland Busneas Houses. ,
AMKHICAN AND FOKEItiX PATENTS.
Oilmore A Co.,succrssors to Chipmsn, Hosmer
A Co., rloi'citors. Patents procured in all coau
tries. No fees in advua . No cbsme unless tha
ptent is (rrantrd. No fees for making pielimi
nary ex.imitn tions. No additional fees for ob
taining snd eondnting a rehearing. By a recect
decisKin ol the Comniasioner all rejee'ed applica
tions may be revived. Special attention given U
Interferesce Caws before the Patent Office, Ex
teni n lfore CongreM, Infringe nt Suits In.
different Slates, sod ail litigation apptruiniog to
inventions or rairnts. tt id stamp to Oilmore .
Co. for piajphlet of sixty pages.
LAND CASES, LAND WARRANTS, snd SCRIP.
Contested Land Caves prosecuted before tbe U.
B. Ceuersl ljnd Office and Department of the In
terior. Piivata Land Claims, Mining and Pre
Eta tion Claims, and Homestead cases attended,
to. Ijind t-'enp in 40, XO, snd 160 acre pieces for
ale. This Strip is assignable, and can be located
in tbe name of Ihe parcbaser upon any Govern
ment land sty .jett to private entry, at 1.15 per
sere. It is of equal value with Bounty Land War
ranto. Send sump to GUmore & Co. fur pamph
let of Instruct ion.
ARREARS OF PAT AND BOCSTT.
Officers. ISoldiers and Sailor of tbe lata war, or
their brira. are ia many cases entitled to stoncy
from tha Government of which tbey bav w
knowMg. H'nie full history of service, and.
state amount of pay snd bounty received. KncJos
sump to Oilmnre A Co.. and a fnU reply , after ex
aauaalioa, will be givta yoa free.
All Officers. Soldier, and Bailors woondfd,
mptnred. or Injired ia tbe lata war. bowevel
sl.shtly, can obtaia a pnjioa hy addressing Gd
ave A Co.
Cssrs prwee ated by O A Ce beore tbe
Sopresjr Coort of the Caitrd rUtes. the Conrtof
CUims. and ta Si othera Claims Coataisaioa.
Each dcpsTTmest of oar bu.inrss is coadacted
ia a srparate tsmi, nndr rbarge of lb ssM
evpermced parties employed by tbe old trm.
Prompt ait. nt- to a 1 busiteoi ratnsded to Oil
osore A Co. is this secured. V destrt 10 fA
aaiess by deserving iu