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How Two Dlallnciilahed Colorado Of
Uriels Staked tlielr all oo Ibe Tarn of
Pueblo, CoL, Com Chicago Time.
Ed. McCook, the former Governor
of the Territory, w; a also generally
engngod in tlieso "tea parties," and
fabulous amounts would bo won or
lost at a single sitting of poker. On
one occasion Chaffee, Bhaflenbcr,
Brown and McCook sat down togeth
er for a ouiet game of "draw" in one
of Ed. Tierce's rooms, on Larriraer
street. They commenced playing at
five dollars ante, and $500 and $1,000
raises were not uncommon. The
gamej progressed very quietly, and
with no one badly crippled, until
midnight, when McCook went $50
blind on Chaffee's deal, and in a jo
oobo tone ot voice, he bantered Shat
fonberg to atraddlo it. The latter
did so, and. in the deal, secured a pair
of tens, while McCook captured three
sevens. Brown and Chaffee passed
out, whilo McCook, of coitae, made
his blind good, saw Sliaffunberg, and
went him $500 better. The Marshal
of the Territory was not to be snub
bed in this manner. He thought he
detected a bit; came of blutl in Alo
Cook's eyo and ho not only stood the
raise, but nearly knocked the breath
out of his antagonist's body when
he exclaimed in a cann, even lone oi
voice, "I see the pile, and go you $5,
There was a period of dead silence.
Both men regarded each other with
interest, but there was not a tremor.
and after shoving his money into the
pool. Shaffenberg laid his cards down
on tho table, and taking out a knife
proceeded very deliberately to pare
As for McCook, he pondered ad
studied. Three sevens in his hand
before ho drew, and vet he had been
raisod clear out of his boots to the
tune of $5,000. Ho didn't understand
it: there was a mystery, and yet his
luujrtncnt and good senso told him
not to lay down. Ho looked at the
Marshal and tho Marshal looked at
him, and tho Governor brought his
fist down on tho table with a rousing
"I'll stand the raise,
Here's my check for
V. 1 A fit. Ill "
aAji fx I
WUV Wl UD
McUook drow two cards and cap-
turod a pair of five spots, whilo Shat-
.onbertr was fortunate enouch to se-
cure his other ten and a pair of duces.
Each man had what Professor
Scbenck would call a "pretty little
lull," ana considering tho amount oi
money iu the pool, each man was ills-
posed to camblo his last dollar on tho
strength of his hand. They raised
ana Kepi raising uniu cocn una put
up all his available wealth, until thoro
could not havo been loaa than 125.000
in the pot, and then Shaffenberg pro-
posed to put up his Villa Park prop-
erty, worth at least $30,000, agninst
tho First National Bunk buildincr.
ownnd hir Mnfionk. and .t tho buKt
hiinil tnkn tho nilfl. lhn rtrnrinKitmn
was a'oceptod, and Shaffenberg won,
aa, " a a.
of course, but bo lost it all a few
nights after in a single-handed con
test with Sam Browne, and was nev
er alio to recover it. Tho gamo was
regarded as tho biggest ono ever
played In Denver, ami for months af-
terwarus was lao aensniiuu iu spore
r ALUNd JiACK. vi late years
there has been a steady doclino in tho
agricultural Interests ot New .lamp
shire, it is stated that seven per
cent, ot the farms of tho bUto, or
2000 out of 20,042, are vacant and
unworkod. Somo of these are now
owned by banks, othors have been
bought no and aro held bv Ian
lanX-owners, and others again are left
in crmw nn in timhflr. whWi ia mnr
profitable than crop-growing. The
population of tho farming districts is
" er-T -r 1 -
steadily diminishing by migration to
the West. The St. Louis Jlqmltllcan
thinks is has disooyered a reason tor
this decay. That paper says :
It is strango that this phenomena
should take place under tho intluonoo
of tho very agencies adopted to pre
vent it. The protective tariff was
adopted to build up manufactures
and give the farmer a homo market ;
and it is well known that tho New
England States. New Hampshire in
eluded, have largely developed their
manufacturing industries under tho
stimulating effects of this protection.
But whilo homo manufactures Ijave
boon built up, tho homo market had
9 a o . a
noi. 1 no mauuiuciurcr lias been en
riched, but tho farmer has been im
Ameuicam Meat ix Ei-bopk.
America now furnishes London with
a portion of its tnututinal beefsteak?,
llie animals are killed about two
days before tho steamer sails, and
eaten across the water about two
weeks after being killed. Tho busi
ness of transporting meats across the
Atlautio has grown to such large
proportions that several transatlantic
steamers, ii is rerorted, will soon get
in special apparatus for the purpose.
There are different methods of pre
serving meat on their voyages, one of
which is 10 nerp me mcai in a ury
atmosphere, at a temperature ot from
32 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit. The
temperature rf the chamber in which
the meat is stored is maintained a
this point by evaporating and recon
denning methylated ether, tht cold
air being driven through a solution
of chloride of calcium, which jb-
Kratta from it a'l moisture. .Mi at
may be preserved in a fitnh
alniot.: ny period by this ruHhod.
AnOllitT WaV of !inor
;.i'e t!.e cattle alive.
This Las been i
done now for three years, tho first lot
arriving in Glacgowin August of
1873. The trade is confined chiefly
to the summerj months. Last year
from 100 to 150 wero landed in Glas
gow every week from June to Octo
ber. This year the average since the
1st of July has been between 150 and
250, During the last week in Au
gust, 104 American cattle were sold
r I a i C !!(! ......
in uiusgow ai an uvcrugu ui
head. An English paper says: Out
of a thousand cattle sold in a single
week of last month, more than a third
came from America.
Centennial Macuimer.. An Eng
lish mechanic writing to the London
Times says : "The display of machine
ry at the Philadelphia Exhibition has
novcr boon equalled either tor quanti
ty, quality or fitness. Tho grand ef
fect wbioh it produces is no mere re
sult ot mere repetition according to
well known forms ot coustruction,
but is due to abounding novelty, orig
inality and progress. This department
of the exhibition has a strongly mark
ed American character, and can hard
ly be regarded as an International
competition. Other civilized ooun
trios, it is true, take part tberem, and
Great Britian especially, but tho ag
grcgate does not exceod ono fourth of
the artiolos exhibited from the United
States. There is also marked evi
dence of patriotic spirit in tho prodig
ious efforts mado by individual citi
zens and Guns to sustain worthily the
meolianieal roputation of their coun
try. The extent, the money value,
tho excellence and originality ot the
objoots displayed by them impress a
strangor immensely; and, however
much he may have seeu ot former in
ternational exhibitions on a grand
scale, these impressions survive."
From lion, W. II. J one, of Weil Do
"I bsve beea troubled since my boyhood
wito cbronlo or hereditary lung compleiut
Some years since, early in the winter, 1 took
culu, wtiicb as usual entiled luto sevnre
cough, which continued to increase as tht
season advanced, allkouKh I mads ose of all
the cough rcmeuiei I bad knowledge of. My
family uhvuioiao alto prescribed for me bat I
experienced no relief. During all this time
ll wbh gmuutuj running uuwa, losing iii'bi:
. - i i : l i : a .
"J"v"lntl at runfflh until trim I mi mis a a mi all a a met
I m,,x viviikih uukii in j iiwiiitjaj ma ntii ho hit
wf becsms very much alarmed, tbiokimr 1
ihould waste sway In consumption. While
in Boston, during the spring following, 1 wan
Induced to try . iktar Kama or Wiu
Ciikkry. After one doj'i trial I was seooi
ble that it was relieving me ; ia teo days my
cough had entindy ceased, and I was aoon
restored to bealih and strength. I have
ever since kept the Balsa d my honse. and
I whenever any immibor of my family has
cough or or cold, it is Immediately resorted
to. No family should b without it." Sold
a Whale I
Coos Buy New
, A argo whale, sixt;
wasty BI,J of proportie
wns inn n8lor "
iur.ru wnuiu. Nixiy-iivo ieoi in
on trio Ifunilon
-wiicl. on aeptemuer KM. Kennedy
waimea Him as being t!ie first that
Elliott said ho was the
owner) because ho saw
L AIlHA.llt f'rt U He aa a la a.
Kennedy, Cox says ho saw him bo
toro either of thera, and several oth
crs, whoso names we wero unablo to
ascertain, each and all deemed him
their respective property, on the
grounds that each of them laid eyes
nn him belore anybody else. Less
than an hour and a half after sundown
they were unablo to decido "who
owned tho child." Then tho dark
ncss una set In so thick that you
commit seo U. k. on a barrel of r lun-
agan's whiskey, they all retired for
the night. Meanwhile Baudon Billy,
Two-Mile Jack, Sugar-Lip Jauey,
Kambling JVed, and divers other In-
diaus, not having tho fear of God or
Kenrjoi.y before their eyes, quickly
?klunca ,l.ho 6rcat "mammul" to the
bono, taking away as much blubber
.1 r .11 u- ...? ... . .
grease tho wheels of life of the entire
tribe for nearly a quarter of a centu
ry. What they lea behind was drag
ged offUho next morning by Bill
Ward and his magnificent team, con
sisting of five span of oxen, and thus
terminated this great contest about
what was "so very liko a whale."
1 Lata Iapmwaiati mitt tiw n.0BC J
. aw tlui m ti M far Fimlly in.
L Ud n tb FVilc Ooaai U I (74, a Urpr i
, KiajtthM um la adaxliyaar.
10 I-SWfrr Vrrtt
In0 K lKVFIHr KI740 TAKEN'
t. O. JirPRrK
If thora li a FLORENCE
Storing MicKiM wlthll on
tUuml milt of
"J- Cy ft0 "og
Vwll, I will (, it
V ySVb axpenia to tat owntr, O
3 -rmri i
1 s I
J by t.o. utsuuiCLs.
SHERMAN & HYDE'S COLUMN
GRAND TRIUMPH FOR
First Premium over all American
and Foreign Manufacturers.
Copy of telegram received by Sherman &
Nsw York. Sept 29, 187ft.
Received the highest award for oympathetic,
pure and rich tone, uombmeU with gruaUnt
tower, aa mown In the three stylus lirani;
Kmiare and ITprk'ht I'innoe which ahow inti!
lik'vnce and solidity in theis construction, a nil
ant ami easy touch, which nt the same time an'
swi-rs promptly to its rcipiirf incuts, together
with excellence ot workuiansjiii).
Si These famous Pianos are for sole by
SHERMAN Si HYDE
Cor. Kearney sod Sutter Sis.,
DU fSlMJNKHY it CO. ,
No. U Kearney Street.
-THREAT ALL CHRONIC and private diseases
wuiioui 1110 niu 01 nivn'urj.
Office hours 9 to 11 m.; I to J and ( to 9 p. ra.
Ctll or addreM
DR. 1. B- BPINNET A CO.,
No. 11 K4rniv,8t.,
do on Cotmainp, Mu.
ol IheaniMl sTftrm, J'Ku
tMr m tM m. Ttmi. on til lilwrvXlr
tiplalMMthflrcsutn, ai.m and maMn,
I. lh. oahr mil; KinilMc ..k of Uir khJ tm pik'.C
ti. bent br Mkiimvumy M!nl on rrv ,n OI JMUw AAm
i"! ' !. A-.H""'"-"" JtiNunkl'iUav
aLLwuslo. LuUaM la ttH.
'PHY IT l-THTl). HEXPRICKSBBAKD
X orHII.tr. Kor salt only br
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
8ucctasura to Kllsworth St Beltbaw.
IITM.L COXTIXCE THE BUSINESS IN
V alt Ita driiartnivnU at lha old stand. offi rln
Inrreaartl InducrinmU to customers, old and at.
At oereioioie the mual
Careful attention given to Prescriptions.
Tba I'banst In th Bna irqnin lha immediste
wirmrni or ail old a-cjunu. ns
IOR tiENEUL AKBrilAMDlSBOo
T. C. HENDRICKS,
IODIDE OF POTASS.
Tna r.t rwauliMn' of lh (VmrlrikiM
Cqna fimrira, Kl. hl.4rr, ktwaoutioi sad
MemirMi Pum N4J bj il ltruroM
I'm low's (Varna IraUil larurinf Extrarta fat
let Craus, CWsn, sta.
a.' im aa mrr, mi orsiui r-, 1 rrmj
rut pwtu.vuut rn'inin ai ta
bX. CSAKLE3 UOTU,
I CHANOB HAVING BEEN MADK IS THE
V ownership of tlx Bpniiiftleld Milling property,
u fiwal Dwentry to wttlr up ill onUUniliDg as-
... tl . I ; . I 1 J.J.11..I .
eonnu. rnraca Kiitiwinr uiumaeiTe uiuuuuiu w
aid Company, will pleua cum forward at once and
tnritjr. Iwttleintnt n ba mails with if. '. btmt
Utn at Dunn't store in Enirene City, or at the olUea
I . L. r-.Mnranw in Hnr4n.AuM Paw nrrlu
rlPKINOKlEi n VILL1SU CO.
Sraarixu, Or., Nor. Id, 1875.
BARNES SCROLL -W.
FOOT OR STEAM POWER.
Wirrsntad Cut 3 Inch
StuB I Foot par Mmuta,
Send tor Circular.
PRICE, 30 OO.
OSBORN & ALEXANDER,
24 ARKET STREiT, opp. PALACE HOTEL
i Ban franclKO
The Great Mechanics' Tool Store
f the Pacific Coast.
.. a - aa 1 , 1 -
KEARNEY A SUTTER, Sta.,
the Pacifio Coast
OSHLH & CO S
NEW DRUG BTORE, Willamette street, oez
to Brlstow & Co.
PATENT IiIEDICir.rS, c.
Brandies. Wines and Liquorr
OP ALL KINDS.
In fact, we hv the best aaiortment I
articiea luuna in a
FIRST CLASS DRUG tJTORE.
tV warrant all of our drops, for they areal
new, ana iresa.
Fartleu.ar attention la called to our stock or
. Perfumery aiu Toilet Articles.
At we have bought
OUR GOOPS FOR OASil
W onn compete w lh any etaliliKhment
Eugene City In prlc -1 accommodation.
Buy your goods w.i von cau
get the liest and che ml.
'ttm':im lartfiiy Fillfi!
At all hours of the day or night.
OSBUKW Si C
October d.8fi9. 2Wf.
Brick Storr. cor. Willamette h Eighth Sls
A.V. PETERS & CO.,
Are aow in receipt of a Terr largo stock of
NEW SPRUNG GOODS,
Selected with much care from the Isrymt and beet
importing houses in San Franusco.
Our Stock Of
tt VDQBUf11)r Urg and ftttnvttTe, and eompriM th
waaa-tr Uroal tielsa H..uliiu . ...1 ..I il I
nd prioet, sxi m to net the Tiew of all.
A Urge assortment of Fairings mil InsorUus, new
svaana inef hhuus h v i lass
A IsirM araaflr nt 1MitiA Mn.linti an T
iniTist, Ttiwel intra ad J HimitM v; Cont,
IlMtdkercliiefa, Laca aiil Linen ColUm in ail itratioa.
WE WILL PAT THE HIGHEST MARKET FBICE
in own iut any nuraiatr oi pounai oi
GOOD MERCIIANTABLK WOOL
Of eery dWripth wsntej, ft which we wQl pay
the aiglieat nuuket price.
A.V. rKTF.n CO.
OMrHUlk and nrtaJI PtKAtK HI BITS ccZ
Bycored; painks,sopuhaciy,s axKneaademhont
Incosniemeaoa. Aaundcenbit tOrkHcia tnaenta.
Rend stamps fc, perbculsre. DR. CAiUUN. itj
Wahis Seres, Uucajo, 111. '
aa a mm mm rtf a mjmt
PlllilC rf " tptm. aaelMM,
lllllllP av. aunt dwOTrrae la Ike
. V I i isl nraeref nfMutiMMat W
aenwr kpn is Um aawTM iriauoB. Mm and fc
tad aiiddle stnl ia.aiid lad SJi Bmmsa:S)
iiwwbiw, wnira aoone ess aonra e Be wan
U ea so a pnmrrt Uw amitk. and mplnn, a4
(re k) kdnl rharaa the Inaliiaei ol TuaUl , Um bnt u4
enlT tnm MamanOaid ia Ike vnrd. Pme aicreai
naul ea ta of ttMauMrna annM a hia euri )ttt
lae eutaar aw. aa luawma-d awwall, er far
v . Ml neaa
Fonlliam V Jennings
No, COO & 602
No. 649 Clay Street,
Kearny and Montgoniery Streeta,
TT TAI1 DTV'Q T anJ Ctnn1il Tn
creaini? Practice, which hat constantly kept pace
of the Pacftic Coaat Induced his removal from his
corner of Kacramento and Leideftdorff streets, in
.It. t . a . II J - I 1 a. J
mis cur, w more rain"niHJtmrmrtiiuij iuunru
a a- - a mTA H ill aTlAt akl(-a.
apariiucui.H, av iiu uif via, diiccij wucio
he hail a spaciou suite of hanUitomely fitted np
and conveniently arranged Examination and Con
sultation Rooms, (occupying the whole of the
two upper Btoriea) which patients may at all
rlmoa uttA tiau nn I tr t ( A Pirto nr anit hist ad
I lllrj lot 1 bud CVV VUIJ ItlU svwovi sbmm aassi saw
mm miq must gruieiiii Bi'iiwmcnw m rewmu
for the liberal patronage bestowed on him for the
U'ilL St. . A at .-A. aMtaJ
pas, luirieeu yfara, ai um uiu uuiec,
ucniirn v iuiui in mo s miiv aiiiu rspcLi-
all at 11 tYiwat lahAelnaj nnAam oil fnirna nt PKrAtitn
Pnmnlslnti kat ha nan Ka AAnanlfa.il tat mXAQt
jrirai 11 sif ua uu vau im uuiinu 1 kv u nn
tlay streett nn every variety 01 llite.ue or the
T . fin.. h'l,l..,. Maut . n.l flani.n
urinary urgans, ana an
' 8PECUL DISEASES,
of which the list Is nnmemna, and which are
more closely connected with the general health
than the majority nl people are aware. Uuhappy
invalids lor years persi't in concealing tneir con
Jltl.. rm n mn..u n.;n.nA.In U A.A
-JI.IUU IH'IU . UIU.I VC FI lf lliailflg iu uiinMiacil UCI
Icacy, and Duller in silence until their miseries be
come too acute to be repressed, Jind mental and
iu. nival uvuiii.j iiiiiimi his i.iic.i;! iir, ai.l.C
dniieiof life. This lattertyr of aflliction manifests
1. i. . Mnn... ...nr.....:....ii l .
itreu iu luv wiujnaiii iiuicnj.itjiiJtuy riiiiwu SB
Rrphilia, in all itt forms and stiiRes; Seminal
Weakness, aud all the distressing forms of Self-
Abuse, or Onanism i Gonirhoea,(ileet, Stricture
V.w.nnl mnA lli...nnl I?., 1. C3......I r..U.It
niMiiiuai riiu i-iuiuui a.uiii.i-iuiii,, d'aii 'H Leuill
ly, liiseiisps of the Hack and l.oiiis, InllHmmation
or toe Diauuer ana tviatieys, em., etc. J tie ntim-
Ko. nf namnna ai,rfV,alni f.nm V.... I. . W. 1 . m.
VI j.t nutin bmiivi Mlf. IllIll IIITP. UHIllUiV f-IIB
en... In ahnm lh. t.u.tnm ka. .ffiul.J . .1 1 1
lonvn, n iivim .mi? im.n nan CUCICU a IBUItai
cure, oan be counted bv the thousand, and the vol
untary certificates in his possession, received from
persona he has restored lo health.are enough to sat
ihfy all that the Doctor's skill in the treatment of
these affections, enables him to warrant speedy
cures, even in olwtinate cases, and in every
instance give relief. Diseases which formerly
unniej ma meaicai sum ot me most learci
ed and experienced Practitioners of the heal
Ing art, and were regarded by the majority of
Physicians as utterly incurable, now readily yield
to modern remedies, when prescribed by the intel
ligent Practitioner, a ho makes the human sys
tem, and these special ailmeuta, his constaut study
...l ..I "
uu Biinjei:. ui ulRteryniiuni
III no cae is publicity permitted except at the
express wish of the pat ent; and the Doctor con
Bilently trusts that his long experience and suc
cessful practice will continue 10 insure him a lib
eral share of public patmuau'e. Dy the practice
or many years in Europe and the United States,
he is enabled to apply the most successful reme
dies against diraes of all kinds.
ue cures winioiii mercury, cnarge moderate
fees, treats his ptitnt in a correct and honor
able way, and has references of unquestionable
veracity, from men nl kuown respectability and
high standing in society. All parties who may
consult bim by letter or otherwise, will receive the
best and gentlest treatment.
When a female is afflicted with disease, as weak
ness of the hack and limbs, pain in the head, dim -ness
of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation
ol the heart. Irritability, nervousness, derange
ment of digestive functions, general debility, all
diseases of the womb, hysteria, sterility, and all
other diseases peculiar to females, slie should gn
or write at once to Da. W. K. DOME .TV, at his
Medical Institute, and she will receive every pos
sible relit f and help. ,
Let no false r)etil-Ar hmnnl am lint .1,1,1. I
-" j ,v,., nu, uu, biiij I ui -
mediately, and save ynuntfif from painful aufler-
ln a.n.1 .1....4V.
uaj auu ;ivluaiiiv UCat'U
Patients rmAlenr rma!a ra.u;n ln .n ...
. . . . , ,v.,,M i H aui imit
or tn enitntrr nnarpvr Hiutunt arK. .)..,
. , . ' , . v- i " u. ilia urnue
the opinion and advice of Dr. Doherty in their re-
a,.v.i, uiu -.uu .u us uruper ki sunniti a
c l. i .. . .. . . . ..
-iuk-ii aiaiciuriia ui bihu, m preiercncb 10 Qold
Inir a neisiinsl intfrvinar . paai,a.iiiiiM aa... .1
that their communications will be held most ea-
The T)nctnr la a niiiaVi v-a.!,,..- .nj u.
, , . a ."."latv, auu uiai uc
consulted with every confidence.
11 loe auease oe lully and candidly described,
nersonal rnmmiiniratiiiii ariil in m.wa a..
unnecessary, u instructions for diet, reeimcn 'and
me general treatment 01 me ca-e itseir (including
the remedlts). will lie forwarded without delay,
and in such a m inner as lo convey no idea of the
purport of the letter or parcel to transmitted.
Should your condition require immediate atten
tion, sand tpn dollar in pnia .... .. - .i i
currencj ) Dy Mail, or wells, Kargo 4 Co.'t Ex
, .. ' --",u. aiiiaa value la
pim.snaa paciage 01 medicines will be for-
waraeaiovour adiimas. nh ibm.,.a... 1.
stmctions tor net.
(Mesultatinne al (ha fifTlna n. h. 1.11.. rera
Address W. K. DOUEBrv, II. D., San Francisco
0PIXIO.V3 OF THE PRESS.
DR. DOHERTY b a skillful phys'cian and hon
orable gentleman. Any statement he makes to
his patients he it sore to fulfill. That fact it one
great cauae of his eminent success in bis Drofee-
non. It is fortunate that a muni the mar aH..
lining physicians, there it one that can be diptud-
"DR. DOHERTT'S reputation ara physician,
is a sufficient guarantee for the cure of any case
be undertake." Caiaveras Chronicla.
"DR. DOHERTY has devoted bit study irore
particularly to chronic, specidc and private p-se-tic,
and aa such is now the mint ucvf!uI of any
physkiao la Saa Francisco.' Free Press.
"DR.DOHERTY 8 repuUtion U second toco
Other nhrsicuiB nn lha anari ,a .m.;. .
. 1 viiivraiib Bull Bye-
ciltc practici." Mirror.
DR. DOHERTY. Few men la the medical
profeseina have uceded la gaining the conS
denc of the public ia their skill and judgment at
ba haa." Inquirer.
"DC DOHERTY ranks as one of oar cos' tit-1
t'ngiiisu-d physicians, and also i t) e mo-t
aii.cria.iul.wliirtilaBowtbecriterK, . thkLlbc
awdical practittooer U iudgrd." Etbo.
"DR. DOHrHtTY enj-) 1 a more extensive prae
tice than any physiriaa la this Stat." txpresa.
P. fl ThalVartnr ar il aac.1 .!. ....vu..
c - ".a aiaa uaniuuin UU
P' 'a' l'l-riM, to any address oa receipt of six
raaie awajpa. ior reiura postage.
APPLY AT THB OL" AED tirriCt
O 9 a day at ka. At-nta ntt. OwM
V - aai (erase tree. Tkl K A- CO., Anyuata,
i f.t COfat dayet hnaM. SenrJia...
! Vlr fTlaaj. k Uv, rriid
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB IN
First-Class lamily Groceries
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Notions, Crockery and Willow Ware
A US J
FINE WINES AND LIOTTOPc
For medical and (amily nsea.
And rjrhmt( 1m naally kept la a First Class
FAMILY GROCERY STORR
IbeaMeaYe toinformtlie eititena of Xunna smd
tnt aurnmndinff MMinfr f I . .
cheaper than any other huuss this aid ol P..rtl.7j
Fresh supplies received weekly,
Of the rery best qualities oslt.
Mr Motto Is
Small Profits and Quick Sale
PlMaMMtll nA loam mw nrlu. L. .
elsewhere. ' puru,1"
S. STEIN UEISER,
Willamette Street, Eugene City.
Ca8h Paid for T?nrnn nnA Vrrrra
Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City
VI? TCP ' nw niTrnTji
J.M.THOMrsi'N. n. te pitu.
THOMPSON 4- FITCH, '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Eugene City- Oregon
Offtfttma dntwa IVtftk aiL. d t
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLlf
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE FDBNI8HED"
W"?A COMPLETE ABSTRACT Or
TITLR Of All nmnrrj l V.. .
perfect piaU of the tame, prepared with great',
care. We will practice in the HiBerent Coa"u or '
the State. Special attention given to the collet-
tion of all claims that may ba placed IB onr
uauus. iiegai lenaert bought and told. anally
THESE SPRINGS ARE LOCATED ABOUT"
65 miles east of Eugene City and within four
miles of the celebrated Big Prairie of the McKen-
ae T5fy V within few hundred yards of
Horse Creek, one of the most famous trontlna
stroirns in Oregon.- Deer and Elk are very plenty
nesr these prings,aving been the resort tor age
of these animals. The grandest and most pictur
esque scenery in the North Pacific. We have the-.
best buildings tad the hart accommodations of
any Springs in this part of the 8tate. Our hath
house is new, and la constructed -yith reference to
the wants of those visiting nt from the valley. We
also have an excellent vapor bath room constructed
aear the head of the Spring, and in all things, we
propose to keep np with the demand for an Insti
tution ol this kind.
An experienced physician tn attendence at alt
times. Board and lodiriogi n good style for those
who prefer it. Animals can be pastured for small
cost and be perfectly safe.
' A. N. FOLEY. Proprietor
AFTEIt A QUARTER OF
OT acti ve work In the field of honorable practice
in Lallfornia during which time thousands of the
most difficult cases of
Ptematore Decay and Diseases of Co
have been overcome and thetuBerert restored to
healthy and vigorous lit ind manhood th
DR. J. C. TOUNO
Medical and Surgical Institute
still offers , to the afflicted the positive assnrence
ol honorable treatment and rapid and absolnte
cures, as can be shown by thousands of testimonl
sls from grateful Patientt. Let me call the atten
tion of those who suffer to tome of the effects of
The preservation of health and lile It dependent
upon the proper condition of the procroative func-
lonsandauy wesknessor cause of weakness 0r
the generative organs or theii '.sea it direct at
tack upon the general heslth as well as a sure de-struet10n-1ftt.1t
properly cured-of the organs
hat are the pride of one sex and the blessing of
the other I Youth i.l.id the foundstion of
much ot the miery of after yean by the indulg
ence of the lioei DKSTaucmvi or uaaira making
lite a curse and spreading weakness and ruin
among mankind, for it it a well knewo fact that
the indulgence in solitary vice, even in the slight
est degree, plants seeds of weakness In the system
that trrnw tn m. harvoui At J .
shame In after yeara. ' u
t TO0KC MAN
if von exnarfofire .n ..L a
, ' : " -aaursa yo snon a net
delay, for a day may Imneril h.aiik 11
your life. In all forms of Weakness and Prima
ure Decay . Cute is Guaranteed by the Doctor to
the oung, Middle-aged or Old, without ExvHmun
or Hindrance from Business. The Remedies are
f . vi V s a ""'" ,na or atnre that leaves a
taint behind. Oasiavi the symptoms and haste
to check the count. nr th. ..i.i 1 ,.u "
Perience any of tbeia-aightly dischargtaf slishi "
dischsrra at nlher timaw ',.!; f u
1 . ---"! aiaiaiiiiinir, aOAItlV. lay
,tiiw T. 0 V ' " """""y. aversion to -,
CiCtV lOSS Of tlOWPP aanl nr.....i - , , . '
. ... a. V i a. "unoi.ianaoieiern
f. V 5u k,.or icneM kln 10 biliousness, depot-,
Its In urine. Irravii ar koui. ... "i"rvTi
, vunvil, CHi,, CaO.
Amonv lha m,Mf j . .. . .
1. .Y. i. ' . .uu Tiruiem or poisons
Ta t T,Dnllr,,,h,,t4ri,iDK tmm Veneres,
laint o u n rirsklnia nut .i . 7
. , n ncr tearsor apparent
cure. In hide-us soies upon various parts of the!
body. Its trrest d, i ,.K
:-,-,." , aue IBCl mSl II It
fwutifth . .""I-"' ?r,n,r oriotb "born
COlId Without itin-sTinv In it,. , . ..
contracting it. ' r"u 8""
THE USE OP MERCCRT
OTily aids in this terrible deranti... k. j.....
op.n the surface and Hriin i k-.t ?a .
wood all T,M.t PoV.iiM'i.r;. z
Za,U . "."'""'"Till 1KTHI LOOD'
and the only certainty af prevention of ti-nsmis-
sioa is in the positive enretof the reform uj.u
ment practiced at the Dr.-J. C. Young Medfral
Instituteacomprehensiye scientific and thorough '
having received endorsements aa the la st of aT
modern practice. Recent cases cured in a few
days and chrmic eases with remarkable rapidity.
Our testa of the ; prewoce of the Taint La Vi
blood are never railing.
There are no class of complainU that so enlist
thesymutthlet of the medical mind or so com
nrind iu gravest thought and ttudy as those that
afflict women. The Doctor alter years of patient
nvestigation and treatment Is enabled to'.ssure
them rapid ! and thorough cores in all the com
plaints in-idem to the sex. Thi wiai eii. norm
Those who reqnire personal tcpeirisioD the oe
tor can furnish with apartmenU with careful and
skill ul nur-et where unremitted attention anj
constant cars eiva svere a
permanent euren. ' ""u
The Institute Is supplied with a
I.TIVCIw nro iituk.
where patienta will receive the Ueatm. n to ettes
tisl in such caaea. "
CL'RED AT HOME.
tat?. .".'t?'""' f,r ""'"inr b eoat of
ik n " ,XBe na ,T0iaf by writ
me; 19 the Doctor ciwin. 1. ...
. .e---"a jwi u. way, UiV
sympivms of joor tiooblo or complaint. Cure,
guaranteed tha aaaia v.. . 1, . ..
" . " . Fiatiauu TlBlk. a
eneamonk-stiona strictly confidential and all let.
Irrs eitter retorted or denyed.
" The Doctor eaa be relied epoa Is all ease
reqmnng fWiDnci ako Pacaarr. Eepos,
enofidence Is him. all yo who suffer ny are In dia
treat. He will speedily relieve and care voo.
BEKJ. r. JOSSrLTW, M. D..
I ge6.j. BUIS.
HOUK AND JOB , PRIXTER
T.rxr HTT. ORVrenw
THE BEST MIOKS tVEE BROVOHT TO
to tun auu krv. at ti Urmu . ..
J T. i. HXf'RTK.
la II CflK ft., "Nr-Ai-eti wanie er-l-r-'
WLIUII'? Ptt"u Mlfree. Ad.lr.