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. Si'mnle announcement of births, m&r-
" .nd deaths will be inserted without char..
PT'TTnntioM will be onargea lor at me rate ol 10
- .-nmnorrponibility for views expressed
JT.lecople of the Ocarb, In wrapper! for mail
rtaobWined at thia office.
"cTfy and county.
g. H. Christian Wood, Hay and Straw.
ay Fred Miller Tailor.
Foote Naturalists Agency.
gf Wm. Preston Selling at Cost
aj- Becker & Boyd Business notice,
(j, Jas. McClaren Business notice.
rh.nk'ClvlaiE Proclamation bf tbe
In accordance with time-honored custom,
and in acknowledgement of abundant bless
ings which have been vouchsafed to the peo
ple of this State at the hand of an All-wise
Providence during the year just drawing to
close.' I recommend the observance of
Thursday, the 30th day of November, 1876,
. Am of thanksgiving and praise to Al
mighty God, the Giver of every good and per
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused me seal or saiu state
to he affixed, at the city of Salem, this 13th
Am of November. 1876.
' . L. F. GROVER,
By the Governor :
S. F. Chadwick, Secretary of State. ,
Count? Court. This body met pursuant
to adjournment on Monday lost. But little
business was transacted except the auditing
of claims, the total amount of these being
17.455 92, about $3,000 of which was for
bridges. The contract entered into with Dr.
Harris at the September term for medical at
tendance on paupers was annulled, the court
holding that "medical attendance" must be
construed to include medicines, which view
was not concurred in by the doctor.
Thk Nkw Law of Attachmknt. The late
Oregon Legislature amended the' attachment
law so as to provide that an attachment may
be sued out to hold property of the defendant
until the questions at issue in the suit are de
cided. The affidavit of the party suing out
an attachment, need not state that the affiant
believes the defendant is endeavoring to put
his property out of his hands to defraud his
creditors, but that he is justly indebted to
&e affiant and that the same has not' been
Thanksgiving Service. There will be a
union Thanksgiving service November 30th,
at the Baptist church in this city. Preach
ing by Rev. E. R, Geary of the Presbyterian
Increasing. The number of scholars in
attendance at the district school has increased
to such an extent that it has been found nec-
eftliarv in n. il ..llin. Lnn nl XT.
for several years pastor of the Episcopal
church in this place, has made application to
the Methodist church for admission into the
ministry of that body.
A Faint-Meatbd Lover. The Standard
of the 22d has the subjoined item:
A young man hailing from Eugene embark
ed upon the Northern bound train yesterday
morning with a yonng lady who had given
him her heart and was willing to give him
her hand also whenever a minister was will
ing to perform the ceremony, and it was with
this object in view that they traveled toward
the metropolis. A Sheriff from one of the
upper counties who had wormed himself into
the yonng man's secret, determined to have
.some sport at his expense and after leaving
Oregon City he announced to him his inten
tion of taking him in custody as soon as they
leached Portland. The young man hail an in
stinctive dread of Slierifls and the minions of
(the law in general and determined to elude
them if possible. When the train stopped
t Milwaukee he attempted to get oil but
-Was prevented by his shadow the Sheriff, who
. -did not wish to press the joke to such an ex
trftnity. At the car shops the young swain
was narrowly watched, but when the train
had got in motion and was traveling at the
rate of about ten miles an hour he forced
open the door of the car and made the des
perate leap leaving his inamorata to the ten
tier mercy of strangers. We cannot say what
the final upshot of this romance in real hfe
Jnay be, but it seems probable that the maid
en's hate will transplace her lore and that
he will seek a lord of braver material. Mrs.
Tompkins, who had herself just been made
happy by the release of her husband, who
had been unjustly confined in the peniten
tiary for another man's crime, took pity upon
the innocent girl in the fullness of her heart,
offered her a mother's protection and such
accommodations as were at her disposal
Thanksgiving next Thursday.
The season of spare-ribs and back bones is
F. T. Singer has quit farming aid has open
ed meat market at Junction.
Elder E. R. Barnett will preach at the
Church to-moirow at 11 A. M- and IT.
The bridge across the Mohawk cost $087,
one hall of whicn was pam j u v
m. Ann I.Winff for this year.
1UC JWCW UM'V " " O If
tmt the noses took it np where the roeea left
tw r. cJ frxndi Mart Taylor has
opened another commercial college thistime
at Walla Walla.
Owing to the breeking of a wheel mnder a
xx car toe man train irui
Thursday was thsee hours late.
L. XL PJnrer ha keen re-elected V
Legislator from Whitman county, W
L, T. Bragg was elected county auditor.
r tr..i a Rmut hive befun the
Sjunufactnre of artificial stone m the buiMing
formerly occupied by Levi LuxM on iibui
T fi. Uirls en tin cans, put a tea-
spoonful of brown sugar into a quart of paste
and it will fasten label as securely on tin aa
TCrm.m Arimrtim. the festlT celebrated
speciality artut, u formed a oirtnerhip
with Mr. R C White and tKTther Biten-1
m.kinff m tor of the State. Mr. Arlington
has bo suDenor in his character delineaUons,
and Mr. White's ability
threchoot the Slate.
is well known
--6;u (osm ume ago by young men stu
dents attending the State University at Eu
gene. Last Friday evening the fate of this
glorious nation was discussed. The nnestmn
"Does the present aspect of affairs portend the
uowwallof the American Republic!" was vigor
ously discussed by this society, Mr. J. L. Wort'
man being leader of the affirmative and Mr.
H. E. McGinn being leader of the negative
side. This momentuous question was decided
affirmatively. Office holders may now con.
sistently make np their minds to retire to
private life in a few months. The followins
re the officers of this society: J. L. Wort
nun, president; E. . Burke, vice president:
m . ...
i. U Judkuns, Secretary; G. A. Dorris, treas.
nrerj u, A. Woody, censor; H. E. McGinn.
Wheat. Buyers yesterday wore offering
78 cents for wheat, but no one seems anxious
to sell even at that figure. Nearly all the
wheat stored here after harvest has been
shipped below, that remaining belonging to
producers who will hold it over unless it
reaches a price which suite them.
At Oregon Citv. Nov. 14. Mr. W. R SWn
and Miss 8. L Koundtree.
Nov. 21st. bv G. J. Buv. ttecnnW Mr. a
H. Varney and Miss Muttie J. Mitchell
On the 23d. bv Elder P. R. Burnett. Mr. a
A. Ogden and Mrs. Susan Head.
At thft rpHlilunna .T Tfnn.lonnl,...
Aov. 22d, Mr. J. Cannon and Mrs. L. Kelsay.
Election Returns are important matters,
but it is of no less importance to know where
to get good meats. To obtain these yon
must go to Becker & Boyd. If, as is general
ly the case at this season of the year, you want
beef to pickle yon can get it from them cheap
er than you can from anyone else.
All persons indebted to Jas. McClaren are
hereby notified to make settlement of the same
on or before Jan. 1, 1877. Ater that dat
trouble will commence. Jas. McClaren
For Fat Hogs Bcok.r & Boyd willpiy the
higUoot piorkct piiw in cash ' '
Jas. Goodchild has on hand a splendid assort-
ment of shade and ornamntaI trees lor trans
planting, and this is theoest season of the year
f jt that work. This be g the Centennial year,
it is the duty of every' to phnt at least one
tree. Go and see hy stock. He also has cur
rants, blackberriesand grape vines, eta
nmtnwAv'B Ointmknt. fcrysipeias iaa
all iuflamtimtcfy dieeaseg yield to a diligent
use of this powerful preparation, m me
loo'., hand nd neck, tlieir approacn snoum
ha .hprkBd at tnoe if suppuration ensues
danger is imininoDt.aud the knife cannot be
employed without jeopardizinn life. This
' "M (HBUlum, nibuuu.
. r D.
will be'added thereto after the 1st day bf De
Meals at the St. Charles Hotel will hereafter
be 37i cents. MHS. A. ll&Xl K, w.
Notice to Debtors. Having disposed of my
saloon, all those indebted to me are notified
that unless prompt settlement is made thesame
will be enforced.
Parties knowing themselves Indebted to us
will confer a favor on us and save themselves
trouble by settling up soon. We must Insist
upon it DUNJJ 4.STRATT0N.
Buy your wall paper already trimmed at
" F. B. Dunn's.
Those owing me for medical services are re
quested to call and settle their.acoounts.
Oct 15th. A. W. PA1TEKSOJV.
I am prepared to deliver Lumber io Eu
gene or vicinity on short notice. Ordera
left of the store will be promptly attended
r t nrrvv
tr The Xstional Gold Medal ras awarded to
Bradler Bulofson for the best rnoiograpns m wt
United States, and the Vienna Medal for the best
in tbe world.
429 Montiromcrv Street, 8n Francisco.
mi Sii.k A Bood farm for gale
" .... : t f...
on easy terms, wunio iwu mm ui ic-
m . 1 II i. 1 1
mM ssn eirres OI ana. an irutou, kuuu
house on the same, and 400 acres can be
caltivsted. If joo want a bargain call and
see J.J. Walton, Jr.
DR. JOlLY UEUliBOLD,
srCCICAL AND IECBAX1CAL DE.MIST,
n.. t. RiKfhnrir.Oreirnn. where be re-
swctlullyon bi services to tbe citizens of that
i.Uce and vicinity in all the branches of his pro-
i g WE ABE PBEPABISO FOB A LABOE
Mabalsttunni esuniunmcot w injf
til oar entire rtock of
FUEXITUKE AT RETAIL
tv u . nrt chance to bov srood. nhntantlsl
Ftraitan ateominJ pneea.
Du aot let jmor op
U. CHERRY BRO.
31US. A. W. STOWELL,
PIANO. ORGAN. HARMONY
ROSEBUEO ana 8AHTA CEUZ
USE at T.'J. HESDHICkS.
til bad. umw. A" HE3DEICK3.
1UI ADREAX Society. The Oregonian
ays tliis is the name of a debating society
ftftnnl.1 . . .. -
Which re moely luuiuJ ud will l auid t bar
gain. Term but.
Enquire at noma oflii-e.
J. B. UNDERWOOD.
REMINGTON & EONS'
Central Fire Military and Sporting
And all kintlfl fif .mmnnifinn f hnut. 1,,1
A t " - " .,wa .u.Ufl
uui, vuii aim uw me,
BEN. F. DORRIS,
STOVES AND RANGES.
Plain, Fancy and Japanned
SHOVELS AND TONGS,
FENDERS AND FIRE-DOGS,
CAULDRON AND WASH KETTLES.
HOLLOW IRON and COPrER WARE,
Porcelain, Tinned and Brass
PRESER YING KETTLES,
Driven Well & Force Pumps,
Lead and Iron Pipes,
Hose npes and Hose
IN FACT, EVERYTHING belong to my
business, all of which I will sell at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
ui an kimls done promptly .and in satisfacto
WELL BniiTU BDflMnTIV
By attention to business and honorable deal
inn I hoie to merit a share of your patronage.
FEN. F. DOIUUS.
All pel sons knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and
SETTLE WITHOUT DELAY.
3. F. DORRIS.
DUNN & STRATTONi
OLD STAND OF F. B. LTJNN.
HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH ME IN
bnxineBS Mr. HOUACIK IT. STK.YTTON.
-e have just received a new, larye and
ELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
.Inking a specialty of
We desire to make no grand flourish, but do
say that farmers can come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other establishment In
town, and they can uuy tliem on as goou wrms.
We have a full line of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS FURNISlilMi
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,.
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And are continually adding to our stock to
meet the demands of the imlilic.
EUGENE CITY MILLS.
HE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
J infonn the public that tliey have leased the
t tenn of
EUGENE CITY AI1LU4 for a tenn ol years,
and are now prepared to do a general Milling
Business. V ill receive wheat on storage on la
voralile terms, and will make literal terms to
farmers who desire to grind their own wheat.
WUl at all times keep on hand for sale
FLOUR and ALL KINDS OF MILX FEED,
and pay the
Highest Cash Price for Wheat.
A share of the patronaw resjiectfully solicit
ed. c7 JrATTEK.SU M ft LUIUH.
larding and Spinning.
rTATISO PURCHASED the Machinery ownea
II br C. Goodcbild, I am now prepared to make
all kinds of
YARN, BAITS, &c,
At the Lowest Living "Rates.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON
WALTON ft LYNCH,
la Dorris' Brick Building.
Groceries snJ Provisions,
Will keep on band a general assortment of
Groceries, Provitions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Soat. Jotiumi,
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Bonne will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods dclirrrrd vKboot rbarre to Bnjrr
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
For which I will pay the hu:he.t mrV-t -r.ee.
A large stock on band-and I will to
l WORK WARRANTED 1.1
Repository and Shop Comer Ninth
flease call and see for yourselves before
Blacksmithing, Wood Work
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HiS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRINiT AND bUMMKR TRADE
The Largest Stock of Goods
OUR STOCK OF
has been largely Increased and we can show as
nandsome a line or ready niade goods Id
MEN'S AND BOYS
Business and Dress uils,
As can be found In the county, and as prices that
tauuui tail io saintly.
Is well ailed with a anlemlid
leading 8tlea and fashiouable aha
American Dress Goods.
Plaid, Plsln.and Opera Flannels of all colors.
leached it Unbleached Cotton Flan
Ladies' and Gonts' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Protect Your Buildings.
Winch may be done with one-fourth the 'isual
exjieiwe oy ukiiik our
PATENT SLATE PAINT,
MIXED READY FOR USE.
Vlre-Vritof, Watcr-Proof, Iura-
ble, i;roiioiinoai unit
A roof may be covered with a very cheap
shingle, and by application of this slate be made
to last from M to Za years, uiu roois can oe
patched and coated, looking much better, and
lusting longer than new shingles without the
One-Third the Cost of Re-Shinglingi
The cost of slating new shingles is only about
the cost of simply laying them. Hie liaint is
viHK-PRor atraiiiHt snarks or Hying 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 and contracts by cold, and NKVKR
ckackh nor scales, lloof covered with tar
sheathing felt can be made water tight at a
snmll exiwnse, and preserved for many years.
This slate paint is
Two gallons will cover a hundred square feet
of shingle roof, while on tin, iron, felt, matched
boards, or any smooth surface, from two quarts
to one gallon are required to 100 square feet of
surface, and although the paint 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
in summer. ,
. in vint' sliiiiL-lei it fills up the holes and
oores. and irives a uew and substantial roof that
will lust for years. Cl iu ki) on VVakpki) shin
tries it brinirs to their places and keeps thein
there. It nils tip an noies in ieii i"i, m'ir
. ' .... II 1 I ! X..L ...f..
the leaks, and although a slow dryer, rain does
not effect it a few hours after applying. As
nearly all paints that are black contain Ur, be
sure you obtain our genuink article, which (for
shingle root) is
when first aplied, changing in alxut a month
to a month to a uniform slute color, and is to
all intents and jiunxsies slatk. On
onr red color is usually preferred, as one coat is
eiual to nve or any onunury paiiii. i
HUH It WALLN
our Bwoht Rri) Is the only reliable Slate Taint
, md that will enectuanv Iirevent
dampness frun jwnetrating and discoloring the
P'- . . , i.j ...
Ihese paints are aio larnci u
houws and fences, or as a priming coat on hue
Our only colors are chocolate, iieu,
Bed and Uiu.nue.
New York Cash Price List.
5 gallons, can and box. 5 52
a " keg 52
I " one barrel
We have In stock, of.our own manufacture,
roofing materials, etc., at Wie louowing iuw
I ti . n..n. it c:.. t inim
lisju nus extra nuooer o"i'
per square foot (Or we will furnish Rubber
Routing Xails, Caiis and Slate Faint for an en
tire new roof , at cent l-r sipiare f;t
21KX) rolls ply larrea itoonng xeii,i n
cenis tier wpiare foot.
3U00 roll. 3 ply Tarred Roofing felt, at 2J
oentu per wiuare f""t
ti . V i v 1 Mn rMr Miliar.
tnj roil liMreu .in g ii I -
5 fXlO gallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed ready
for une, on inside or outnide work, at ti Ir gal-
Send for sample card of odors. All orders
murf Iw acconianied with the miiey satis
fwtory reference. No goods shiplwd C. O. U.
aiilew eie. chargni are guaranteeiL
.Simple orders wiiicited.
X. V. HI-ATE PAINT CO.,
102 ft 104 MAIDEN LANE, New York.
We want Wheat and are pre
mrerl to iiav. tbe Hi''lieet Mar-
l A W -
ket Price la Cash.
T. O. HENTiHirKS,
Zapae City. eVpt. M, IS.'.
IRoblnson & Church y
mJL SIIELF& HEAVY HARMVAR!
rJLrV Besf Mooted Stock In Orosoii IV
order - of the Host Eastern Timber throughout
EVERY I RESPECT, at Fair Prices.
and Oak Streets, Eugene City.
and Carriage Tainting done
W. W. ESPEY.
TO ECU EXE.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS &, CAPS,
In the leading Styles.
OIL CLOTHS, for Floor and Table ne.
BOOTS & SHOES.
We would call special attention to our stock
Mons' and Boys' San Fraucisco Loots,
Wider we have sold for a nutnlier of years
with great satisfaction. Every pair warrauted.
A complete stock of
HARD WAKE !
Plows and Farming Utensils.
CUOIC'K TEAS. CANXED00OD8.
and all choice
at astonishingly low rates.
LIVERPOOL AND CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price for oil kinds of produce and
IT A VK KO It HAI.K
11 AT TUB LOWEST
Table A Pocket Cutlery
We Invite an examl
nation of our goods
nntldent our prices
will suit the times.
EUGENE CITY, Oil.
' The beautiful building prepared for the State TJn
reniitjr of Oregon being nyw ready for the aeeommo
dutioD of stmlenta, the lint Minion will commence
on tbe llith of October. I here will lie two course
f study, tho 1'renunttory anil Collegiate, anil two
term of twenty weeks ouch.
The law proviiluiur the free tuition of on. stu
dent from uch county aud for each member of the
IgiBlnture. Htudents wisliing to tvall theniMilve.
of tho benctlts of this law ahoulil nwko tpiilli'ution
tu'J.)w county iiiperintendont of tho county in whii'h
they rcni.lo. All.uthor student, wishing to tukt the
cullottiiite eouiM will lie required to pity a tn'tion
fee of I'-'O per term in adruoee. All candidate, for
admiiwlun ft) this dcMrtunt will be required to
paw an examination in the following
Beading, Writing, OithiigrapliT, TracUeal Arlth
metin, Knglinh Oromintr, Ueisrnipliy, History ol tho
United Rtutes, latin Uranimar, Bcwler and 4 Hook.
of Ciewir, Greek Ommmar and Knvter; but fur tb.
prewnt the examination in tin lunguuics may be
omitted. ' The eurrieuleum of study in the
' COLLICGIATIS COUKSE
Will eompriu, 1st, the usual eolleg. eonnt. M, a
complete eoiinw in Kcienco. 1, a Normal court.
planned with )cciil reference to the want, of teach.
tn. All tudent in this demrtment will tiereuiih-ed
to pay a fee of (i Mier term in wlvanc. for inciden
tal expense. All tuucni. in iw
Will I required to iit tuition of IIS In advane.
Tln ilemi tinent will 2iv. .tu lent, the nemaNtry
tminiii' in the tuiliMiniiuim.l for adiuitanca into
the Collegiate deimttmeut.
Will ninaiat of Prof. J. W. Jolinmm. Prenldenl. .nil
rtofpMois Tlmmna Condon and Mmk Kaib-r. in.
tcurhon in the nreiunitory ileirtincoti Mrs. M
rv K. nniller. I'riucipal. and Mury K. INtone.MiH
A-i.omt. JOHM W. JOII.NISON.
;Pnnident of University and faculty
J. J. WALTON,
Kec'y Ilo.nl of Director..
Eugene City llmvcry.
iatiiias mi:lm:k, iwp.
Is now prrel to Sll sll orders for
I Ar-iCD D C C D
Is AA l 1 1 U) b- a I a
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
for yo-inelf. A goua srth:M aewls
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
EUGENE CITY, 0KEU0.V.
A. RENFREW, : : : Prop.
PR. HESPREW announces tbst he Is again Io
fKisketsM n of the old and well-known .
ST. CIIAKLES HOTEL,
Which has been newly furnished aud refilled, and
I. now nuen for the receottoa of f uet.
Ilv this change in the ownership, fifteen rooms
FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING
mskinf Bflr rooms. It the moid commodious
and bei-t appointed hotel la the HUte south of
Th.nkln. the nubile for dsM Datmntre. I se-
licit ciuotinusnre of Ittam aodsh.il do all
for the comfort of f uu.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
LIFE OF TRADE
Ttril.I. M WORK CHEAPER thn ay otber
IT hop ta Ww a.
HOBSES SHOD TOE $150,
With new nteril, all rooaJ. Eetti.f oU Acm
All warrant.4 ! rlee Mll.larllosi.
ffhro on Elchth st- opposite Httm-
porej's Stable- .
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
TH ANKING THE PUBLIC for their past llbei?
al patronage, we now Invite them to call on a
at our new room In Underwood A Co 's new brlcl?
bloi k, where niy be found a full assortment of
goods In the stove line.
Watches, clocks and Jewelry repaired In the be it
workmanlike manner and Warranted.
Willamette St, Eugene Citj.Orev
A New Deal.
1 TA9 JUST HECE1VED FROM THE EAST
1 A a line of line n.l liiulilmi.i.ln .... .. . ..
h never before becu
siting of vu"-
Coating., In all Grade.,
lid Pine Vr.tlnira
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
H. . r.HAII.ttt.
rMlEGON STONE WARE fn.
ka hv T t UL'vlihini'Li
T. (J. HENDKICKH.'
MARK THESE FACTS
THE TESTIMONY OP THE WHOLE
n- UttU Sufleting and diseased lead the'
-Ut all who have been given np by Doctors,
and spoken ofss incurable, red the following.
r Let all who run lielicve facts and can have'
faith In evidence, nad the following.
Know all men bv llli'se nreaenU. I'hut nn Ihl.
the Twentieth day or Juno, in the year of Our'
Lord, One Tbnusund Eight llhndred and Sixty.
six. peisonslly came Joseph lluydock to me
known as sm li. and being duly sworn deposed aa
foil ws : "That he is the sole oenuml airent far'
the United States and dependencies thereof for'
prepsnitinnsor medicine known as Dr. Holloway'a
Plllo and Ointment, and that the follow. nir eertlil.
rates am Tcrlmtiin copies to the bent of his knowl
edge and belief. JAMES 8MKITHE,
ll- a 1 Notary I'uhlio,
H Wall Street, New Tort.'
Da. IToi.iflWAT-I take my nen to writ, von of mv '
great reliul and that the awlul puiii in my aid. hu
left me at Imt-thanks to vmir iiilla. oh lw .. .
t i.... i t . ;f,u uHin aud atfain.
id hiu mn. tli.it You ar. nmllv ll, ft i,l .. .T.... .
ferem. I euulil not Iw.p writinir to y.m, anil hope
you will not take it .hum. JAMK8 MYEP.H.
mi : i . ... . 'Z MBAvenu.i).
1 "I. to mrtlfv that I in itl. l.nru..l rr... n,.
army with ehrunioiliarrliuia, ami have Iwen eurcil
uy nr. iiul uwuy i. l'lll. WILSON HAHVKY.
new lois, April 7, IStill. 31 Pitt strt'oL-
.a iiuuiiuk inelWo;
Tha fiilLmWiw huf w.tn wHt. ntiiHid anexnloiiion.
TU hu'IUmI iron wiw thrown aruiind .nil on hire in
a pertiH't shuwer, nn I he wiu ilieuillully burned.
.. . .. ..... ... k.u l.l.n
l lie iiuiowinir cert. niHi wiw m m u
about S week after the accident:
Nkw VOBK, Jan. II, mm.
My mme Is Jacob llunlyi t am iron founder, I
p.. l.u.ll l l.v !... ii..n in Niivmiilier lult I my
burns heaitil, tint 1 hml a riiiiiimir im on niy leg
that would not heal. I trie.1 llolloway'. Ointment. ;
and itemed my in a few week. 'Ibis is all true
ml anybody can see me at jiu sxin iron wmu,
JU Avenue. j. UAiiui,iiuiraiiuTO
EXTRACTS FROM VAIII0U8 LKTTEK8,
J"l had no appetite j llollnway 4 fills gava me
a hearty one."
"Your Pills re marveimus.--
"I send lor an. tlier box and keep them In the
born. " . , .
Dr. llolloway cured my heaaacne mat waa
chronic.'' . . .
I irave one of your Pills to mv oalie tor cnoiera ,
morbus. The dear little thinK got well In a day."
"My naucea of a morning i uow cured."
"Your box of Hollowsy's Ointment cured me of
noises in the head. I rubbed smne of your Oint
ment behind the ears, and noine has left."
"Mend m two boxes, I want one lor a poor
J enclose a dollar, your price Is 2 cents, out'
the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
'Hend me live boxes of your Pills "
"Let me have three boxes of your Pills hyrituin,
mail, for Chill and Fever."
I have over 200 such testimonials as tbiuo, but -want
of space compels me to conclude.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment la
Invaluable. It does not hrsl externally alone.'
but penetrates with the must Matching fleets tu '
the very root of the evil.
HOLLO WAY'S I ILLS
Invariably cure the following dlseanes i
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all dleassffrcllnir these nranns, whether'
they seciete too much or too little water t or'
whether they be afflicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled In the loins over toe
regions of the kidneys, thene Pills should he taken
according to the printed directions, and the Olnt-
ment should be w. ll runnea into ine smaii 01 iu
buck at lied time. This treatment will give
slmost Immediate relief when all other means have '
failed. . '
FOR STOMACHS OUT OP ORDER.
No medicine will so effectually Improve tha
tone or the stomach as these Pills; they remove
sll acidity, occanioned either by Intemperanoe or'
improper diet, l imy reacn ine liver anu reuw- i
to a healthy action ; they are wondelully euica.
clous In csws of upasm in fact they never fail In- .
curing sll dlMinleia 01 ine liver ana auiinacu.
llolinwuv'i I'illi are the best remedy known In)'
the world ior the following diseases l Ague, Asth
ma, liili'iu- complaints, uiotches on ine sam,-
llowel t'omplainu, Colics, UiMnllpslion l tne
Bowls, Consumption, Debility, Drupsy, DysenU
rr, Kryiielas. Female irtegmsrille, Fevers of all
kinds, FiU Oout, Hesdacbe. lndi.'etion. Infhimat
tion. Jaundice, Liver Coinjilaints, Lumbago, Pile.,
Ileumitntin. Itetentlon of Urine, Kcrolulaur Klna'e
Kvil. Hon Thmsts, MUme Oravvl, Hecondary
Kymptom , Tic-Iiouloureiix, lumors. uiiers. vent
ersl Aflections, Worms of all kinds, Weakness--trom
any cause. Ac
Vnaa aie aenulne unlea the sienatnre of t-
HiYix t. a scent for the United States, uri
round each box of Pll s and Ointment. A hand
some reward will be giren to anyone rendering
such information s msy lead to me detection oi
sny party or ptrile counterfeiting the meJIcnes.
or vendiiu; the wmi knowiiiK them U be spurious.
Hold t the manulscUiry ol iroie.or iiol
low ay It Co., New York, and by sll renpectable
n.i.,.i. ami Healer In Medicine throilKUout the
ciiliKcd world, in boxus al 15 cents, cenU and
1 th- ... , . . . , ...
"There la considerable saving oy laging ww
larger me. .....
ti. ii Direction for the gnidaoceof patienta bv
every dstorder are affixed Ut each box.
Becker & Boyd have re
moved their Market to
he Railrod House.
BCCKjXR. & BOYD, Proprietors.
KEEP CC5HTAXTLT OK HAND,
tji vf.rfJlkiad. Ird. Tallow.rto. Will
,li Heel 1U rhunklfrom ttiellt.
U OC KH I E -1 shall keep oa a fall of
And invite the l'fZYiKKS.-