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KU(iENE CITY, OH., SATURDAY DECEMBER 30, 187G.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE.
Site (Sagtnt City tad.
CEO. J. BUYSyPVo'p.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
tdvertisement inserted a follow :
t , )ne nuare, 10 liuet or less, one insertion 3; each
tayjequent inaertion (1. Cash required in advance
r Tim advertiser will be charged at the following
One quare three month $8 00
" " six month 1 00
' " one rear 11 00
Transient notice in local column, 20 eenU per line
tor each inaertion.
Advertising bill will be rendered quarterly.
,' All iob wo' muat b taid fob ok uklitibt.
I Office Hour -From 7
from 1:J0 to 3:30 n. m.
. to I p. I
Muil arrives from the onth and leaves going north
J 10 a. m. Arrive from the north and leavea ruing
(ruth at 3:33 p. m. For Siuisluw, Franklin and Ixrag
1 ira, dime at t a.m. on Wednesday. For Crawford
eille, Camp Creek and Brownsville at I r.M.
Lettor will be ready for delivery half an hour after
rival of train. Letter ahould be left at the office
cn hour before mail depart.
A. 8. PATTERSON, P. M.
SUCI E TIES.
Eitqkdi LoiiOK No U. A. F. ' nd A. M.
,Meeta Brat and third Wednesdays in each
jfyp3Z? Serarwa Brrrrt Lome Iff 9 I. O.
Sgp.iO. F. Meet every Tuesday evening,
enw Wimawhala Encampment No. 6,
meet on the Id and 4th Wednesday in each month.
J ha opened
Dental Rooms per
manently in the
jEugene City, and respectfully solicit a share of
Me ipunnc patronage, neieis oy permission hj
J. R. Cardwell, Portland.
G. A. MILLER,
, liKVTAT. POOfS in DTTNN'
JfcBUILDlNG, EUGENE CITY.
rrofmti DENTISTRY AND ORAL StRGERY
A. W.PATTERSON, .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office on Ninth Street, opposite the St,
Charles Hotel, and at Residence,
EJGKNK CITY. OKKGON.
EES. NICKLIN SHIELDS,
TT A VING ASSOCIATED UN THK prac-
JjL tlce of Medicine, offer their professional
services to the citizens of Eugene City and the
surrounding country. Special attention given
to all OBSTETRICAL CASES and UTER
INE DISEASES entrusted to their care. Bills
due when the service is rendered.
I Offices on N inth street and at the residence
of Dr. Nicklin.on Willamette street, between
Ninth and Tenth Btreets. ' : o2
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
irAN BE FOUND AT HISOFFICE or res-
Vyidence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
. Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
Chas. M. Horn,
DEALER IN GUNS, RIFLES,
and material. Repairing done in
the neatest style and Warranted,
Sewing Machines, Safes, Locks,
puns loaned and ammunition furnished.
Shop on Ninth street, opposite Star Bakery.
Ml IIAUPU TT
Js a. luuivci, o
Clocks, Watches, Chains; Jewelry, etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
J. 8. LUCKKY,
Wllla-iette i, Eighth St., Eugene City.
Book suif Stationery Store.
POST OFFICE BUILDING-, EUGENE
City. I have on hand and am constantly
receiving an assortment of the Best School and
Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Blank Books,
Portfolio. Card, Wallet, Blanks. Portmon
naes, etc., etc A. S. PATTERSON.
C ALLISON & OSBURN
ARE OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC
SUGARS, TEAL, COFFFE,
CANNED GOODS, TOBACCO ft
CIGARS, GLASS AND QUEENS
WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BREAD CAKES AND PIES,
And in fact everything usually kept tn a first
cUm Grocery Store or Bakery, at BED-ROCK
PRICES for cash or ready pay. Satisfaction
Good delivered to any part of the city free
of charge. :
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
.At fclunn's Old Stand,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OS HAND A GOOD
aaaortmeat of of
Hack, Buggy & Team Harness,
Carry Combs sod Brashes
Aid rrerrthlni asuallr kept ia a first class 0r
ess Shop. -
. AO sabscriptiorK to the Sute University are
aow over doe. The property ha been aoo-pted
fey aatj turned over to the State, and I am in
sractted by the prop 5 authoritie to proceed
and collect all sums onn.
GEO. B. DOEEIS.
Attorney -at- Lew.
Mr. Renfrew' Brick Building.
AU ityle of Garment made to order, and
FIT AND WOltKMANSIIIP
Cutting done to order. -
The Naturalists' Agency
HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED at 3725
Lancaster Avenue. Philadelphia, for the
purpose of giving collector of objects of Nat
nrtil Hitttory an ounortunitT of buvinir.
selling or exchanging their duplicates or collec
tions. -. ' j i
Our MlNERA LOGICAL CaTALOOL'E. illllstratj
by over $500 worth of Engravings, u now ready
for distribution. Free to all customers. To
other on receiut of ten cent for Doet&ra. I
desire especially to call attention to my remark
ably fine specimens of Amazon Stonb, of which
I have or have had nine-tenths of all the speci
mens ever found. I have made six triisi to the
locality, and think I may safely say no more
will be found. Good crystals from 15 cents to
Collections of Minerals
J or Students, Amateurs, Frofetf'ors, Pbysi
cians and other Professional Men.
These collections Illustrate all the
pocies and all grand subdivisions in Dana aim
othrr works on Mineralogy; Every Crystalline
ystem ; all the principal Ores and every known
dement The collections are labelled with a
muted label that can only be removed bv soak
rug. I he labels give Dauas species, number,
the name, locality, and in most cases the com'
position of the mineral.
All collections accompanied by an Illustrated
catalogue and table ni specie.
100 Crystals and Foments for Study $1
100 hpeeimens, Student s.hize, Larger
100 Sliecimens, larger, Amateur's size 24 14
inches v 10
Collections of Gem. Ores. Earthy Minerals.
Minerals used in any Arts Or Agriculture, on
hand or put up to Order. ..
We sell Minerals. by weight, for the Chemist
and blowpiie use, at very low price's, as Samar
skite 25c. per lb., Allanite 25c. per lb., Brookite
Pure Crystal 25c. jier ib., liutila jiure 25c. per
lb., Wavelellite zrc. pvr lb., Jileniie 10c. per lb.
I have just bought the famous Chilton Col
lection of Minerals and Shells, which has been
on exhibition at Tiffany's for tire past two
years The original price asked was $3,000. It
contained a number of unequaled thing, among
them a Untile in Quartz, for which Mr. Chilton
was ottered f J50 gold. A perfect ipmng-niur-
Th herbarium of Iowa plants that received
the Highest Award, is placed in my hand for
sale, for 2oO. 1 he case alone is worth (150.
Several $1,000 Worth of KockT.. Mountain
Birds; Shells, Botanical Sliecimens, Mound
Builders Relics, ftc. on hand.
a. js. nutrrjs, &h u.
Prof. Chemistry and Mineralogy,
8725 Lancaster Avenue,
TTE DEO to inform rar friend and the pnblie
f I that we hate just received, airect from ban
I ranciwo ana the Juutern market
AN DIMENSE STOCK
HATS AND CArS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected by on;
If r. S. Rosenblatt, which we
Parties will And It to their, advantage to cat.
and examir oar stock and prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. i, v.
Highest price paid for all lends of Produce
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.
SELLING AT COST!
, FOR SIXTY DAYS.'
-yy M. PRESTOX,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Lead, Hack and Wheel
W arranted Calibsmia Leather.
SADDLES OF ALL KINDS,
SURCINGLES, HORSE COVERS,
LASH and BUG(Y WHIPS,
COM HS and BRUSH ES. .
. Thankful for past favors I would respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same.
.. Important I , ,
Persons knowing themselves indebted to me
either by note or account, are requested to make
settlement by Jan. 1, 1H77, or payment murt be
enf.prced. WM. PRESTON. -
The "WAVERLY MAGAZINE" Is the
handsomeft and largest literary in the United
States. The article are all complete in eat-h
number. -It also contains a pace of music f
the Piano, and double the leading of anr other
paper. Sixteen different numbers will be aent
to any part of the country, post paid, for one
dollar. No one will -regret taking a dollar
worth a it will give good reading for three
MOSES A. DOW.
- ' IVwtnn M a
r GEO.J. BUiS,
BOOK. AND . JOB PRINTER
rXOEXI CTTT. OBEOiy.
I'T'IIE BEAT kHOES KVE1 BEOCOHT.T9
V JL to ttu uiK at th lnw rrv si.
Washinotok, D. C, Dec 11, 1876.
A general feeling of depression op'
pears to pervade the city, and the
stagnation in business of every kind
js really deplorable. The meeting of
Congress is generally the signal for
the beginning of gaieties, which only
have their full swing during aud after
the Xmas holidays ; but these prelim
inary festivities have as; yet; failed to
but (n an flnncarnnce. Good. lionoRt
cold weather has set in in earnest, and
fur caps, overcoats and guru shoes are
at a premium. Tae river is one sheet
a t i a 1 -
of ice as for down as Maryland Point,
36 miles below the city.
Were the cold weather and lack of
social festivities all we had to com
plain of, our cause of grief would be
slight, but far graver matters than
these demand the consideration of ev
ery citizen. He who thinks that the
institutions of this country are not se
riously tlucateoed simply . mistakes
the signs of the times. No bolder at
tempt at the subversion of the rights
of any peopi'o were ever mado than
arc now being made by tho plotters
who made the false counts in the three
States, and now expect to thrust that
falsehood down the throat of the poo
pie. They have triumphed pver the
Courts aud common decency, and now
they expect to triumph over. Congress
and,tho people. Whether they will
succeed, time alone can determine.
of courso carl only give you what are
accepted here as fixed facts. It is cur
rently stated that the Radical pro
gramme Has ail been arranged, and
that it embraces the counting in of
Mr. Hayes under any and all circum
stances. It is stated that the time-
honored custbm of counting the Votes
in tho hall of the House on this occa
sion will not be followed, but that the
ceremony will bo performed in the
Senate Chamber. Tho members of
the House will simply be notified that
tnu counting is to take plaoe and seats
will be provided for them in tho Sen
ate, But no more attention will be
paid to members than to visitors in
tho gallory. Grant is fully aware of
all that is in contemplation. He is
reported to havo told Col. Mosby that
he considered Hayes cleotod and that
he should be inaugurated if it took the
whole army and navy to do it. And
be took occasion to inform Mosby
that if any such military extremity
arose he (Mosby) should have a larger
command than any he bad during the
war. Mosby himself is authority for
this statement having repeated it to
four gentlemen. In the lobby of the
According to the latest advices
quiet reigns in Columbia not exact
ly the same, but very similar to that
which reigned in Warsaw. In War
saw it was a quiet balhcd in blood,
but in Columbia it is a quiet wrapped
in the mantle of Wade Hampton's
great good sense and sell-abnegation.
A movement is on foot, jero to sub
scribe a fund as a testimonial of the
high esteem In which he is held by
tho people. . Hon. George Bancroft,
the historian, started the project some
days since, by subscribing $100. Mr.
W.W. Corcoran followed with $1000,
and Mr. Columbus Alexander added
another hundred. I have no doubt
Gen. Hampton will feel deeply grate
ful for their kind appreciation of his
course, but it is doubtful if he will ac
cept anything in the shape of a gift.
He begged the ladies to desist in their
recent attempt to rnisa the necessary
funds to purchase or build bim a
house. Mr. Bancroft, though a Re
publican in politics, commends in the
highest terms the conduct of Geneal
Hampton during the recent canvsts
in South Carolina 1 Di.
New post offices established : Lock
Qoeeo, Josep Joe county, Oregon, David IL
tieitoo, post master; M id way, Umali lla coun
ty, Oregon, J as. P. Casen, puatmatter. I'oit
mssierl appointed: N. A. W. Howe, Cres
well, Lane county, Oregon; Tboi. Levins,
Klktorj, Douglas county, Oregon; Geo. W.
Riddlw, North Csnyooville, Duoglaa coaoty,
Oregon; Cbas. 8. Clagjrett, Pleasant Hone,
Clackamas county, Oregon; Tbos. H. Millet,
West Chehslim, Yamhill coaoty. Oregoo;
Oliver C. Applezats, Yaioat. Lake coaoty,
Oregon; Js. Bartlet , New Dunginea, Clal
lam eoooty W.T W. R. Mantray, Noot
sack, Whatcom coaoty, W. T.
The Boston Globe, a Radical jour,
nal, says it is sorry Mr. Hayes was
not elected President, but sincerely
thinks he was not.
Address of the Democratic Slate Cen
lo Tiis Peoplb okObkook: At
tho recent election tho Democratic
candidates lor President and Vico
President were elected by the votes
cast. . ,.
A cohspir. cy has been formed to
defeat tho result by making tho re
turning boards of threo States in tho
South the arbitratros of tho people's
choice. Tho character and action of
the returning board in Louisiana show
the means by which it is Attempted
to substitute the choice of a returning
board for the choico of tho .people.
The members of the board owo their
appointment to an usurpation that
was repudiated by tho United States
Senato and condemned by a Repub
lican committeo of tho IIouso of Con
gress. Some of them aro federal of
fice-holders; others wero candidates
for oflico at tho election which they
assume to set asido. All of them aro
violent partisans of tho Republican
party, and sorao of them aro of infa
mous personal character. Those men
have assumed to set asido actual ma
jorities of from seven to nine thousand
Votes in favor of tho Democratic elec
toral candidate, socking thus to sub
stitute what they profess to believe
tho Voto ought to have boon for what
the vote actually was.
Tho perpetuity of our Republican
Government is abovo all questions of
a merely personal or partisan charac
ter. Tte will of tho people, conslltu
tionally expressed at the ballot box,
must be submitted to by all parlies
Tho attempt to set asido tho majori
ties in Florida, Louisiana and South
Carolina aud to reverse tho solemn
verdict of eight millions of voters is
revolutionary, and it cannot be sub
mitted to without surrendering the
vital principlo of Republican Govern
ment and exposing the government
to ananhy and ruin. To pcj"
.. ratiuu-tv jjoiinlt an u'ltiCrCUpU'
Ions board to change the result of the
election for President before that re
sult is declared, is to forfeit tho liber
ties of tho people and tho respect of
We deem it advisable and there
fore recommend that a mass meeting
be held, so far as practicable, in tho
dilTcrcnt counties in the State on the
8th day of icxt January, that an in
terchange cf views among tho people
and an expression of opinion, touch
ing the momentous questions present
ed in this crisis, bo had. It is the
opinion of the committeo that these
meetings should, as far as possible, be
free from excitement or partisan feel
ing; that tuo present condition of the
country should bo discussed with a
calmness commensurate with the im
portance that the subject demands.
C. B. Bklmsukk, Chairman.
J. K. Weatheukoiu), Secretary.
What Got. Hendricks Maya.
An Indianapolis dispatch of tlie
20ih, says: ?Gov. Hendricks said to
a Journal reporter to-.day that the
men who Voted for Tilden believed
him elected, and are greatly excited
at the possibility he is to be deprived
of the office and another to be inaug
urated who was not elected, by means
of party machinery anti-republican in
its character, and even by disregard
of local law in its organization, and
by the fraudulent exercise of its pow-
ers. l uey uo not believe that under
republican institutions it is possible
that inquiry can 'bo mado into the
conduct of four men who so undertook
to control tho Presidential election by
fraudulent means. They believe it is
the duty of the House of Representa
tives to see the proposed wrong is
defeated, even should the Senate at
tempt tomaintaln.it. The opinion
prevails generally, and I believe uni
versally, anion?; them. that the House
of Representatives is clothed with
equal power with the Senate in the de
cision of all questions arising during
the count of the electoral vote, and it
would be Usurpation and a flagrant
violation of the rights of the people,
should the votes be counted and the
questions decided by the presiding of
ficer ot the Senate in defiance of the
rights of the House. The fact that
this power is claimed for it, and its
exercise threatened, baa great! v con
tributed to excite popular feeling. In
this condition of the public mind the
Democratic committee of the State, is-
rlfd a call for a convention the 8ib of
January, not for the purpose of mak
ing any threat! or organizing any ro
resistance to authority, but for the
purpose of making publio expression
llouso of lveprcsentatives assurance
ot support in tho cxerciso of Us con
slitulional rights and porogatives,
Thero is no purpose, so far as I am n-
formed, of going further. In further
answer to your inquiry, I do not re
gard foreo as the means to bo contem
plated to secure tho Presidency. , So
far as tho 8th of January conference
is concerned, I am very suro its only
relianco to seonfo tho results rff the
Presidential election will bo upon tho
ioico and power ot publto opinion in
support of tho right and against fraud
and in support of the llouso in the as
sertion and exercise of its constitu
tional powers as declared in tho uni
form practice, in adoption of tho '2,
joint rulo, and tho passage by tho Sen
ato of Morton's bill it tho last session.
It is perhaps proper to add that
should the House poxitivoly assert its
tight and bo denied and refused by
tho Senate, supported by tho ciecu
tivo powers, wo would stand in the
presence of sorious dangers, because
of a contlict in the machinery of tho
government, without any tribunal for
its adjustment, I observo in somo
newspapers a statement that a secret
political society is being organized in
this State, the purposes of which are
dangerous to tho penco of society. I
think t. am in a position to know if
thero were any such movement in tho
State, and I leel confident in saying
that the report is without foundation
in truth, as I believe, aud I think I
know, and has its origin with bad
men for partisan and bad purposes,
The contest in this Slate last summer
and tall Was! on tho part of the Do
mocraov and conservatives, eminently
fair and open, and there is no motive,
as I am suro there is no purposo to de
part from that policy.
Senators ane Bribery.
T. F. Examiner.
Marcus D. Boruck nnd Hippie'
Mitchell or Mitchell-Hipplo and Bor
tick, wo hardly know in which order
to placo them, even on Dogberry s
theory, propose to keep Gov. Grover,
of Oregon, out of tho seat in tho
United States Senato to which ho has
been ailly elected, on aoooimt nf liui
having, as they allege, procured his
election by bribery, binco theso busy'
bodies and ofliuious smollers of cor
ruption have introduced tho subject,
we snail endeavor to cu lighten them
upon it. If they both abhor bribory,
especially in senatorial connection, as
they would have the publio now be
licvo they do, and our remarks shall
fit or drive them to tho hospital or
azar house, we promise to havo such
attcmlcnco lor them as their cases
may require; unless Boruck prefers a
veterinary practice peculiar to his
"hoss" paper distemper in his own
case, and Supple Mitchell chooses ft
retreat at Juoyamcnsing or in tho Or
egon penitentiary, where ho may ap
propriately repent over his peculation,
his bigamy and his bribery.
it Uipple-Mitchcll will take the
troublo to search the files of tho Dem
ocratic papers of Pennsylvania just
after the election of the Radical Sen
ator, old Simon Cameron, in 1857,
when he bribed Wagonsellcr, Lbo
and another member to desert tho
support of John W. Forney, tho Dem
ocratic candidate, and vote for himself,-ho
will learn what tho Democra
cy thought of bribery then and so
they view it yet. but if ho can hud
anv of the Radical papers which con
demned it in that instance, or which
did not virtually approve of it, he
will como across a curiosity, not at
that time known. And we do Tiot
think that Mr. Boruck has yet .(iiite
forgotten the episode in the California
Radical Legislature when "Ward
robe" Smith ihado his. disclosure, so
much to tho discomfiture of Park,
Phelps it Co., and to the delight of
John Conness Radicals ail, as they
We might go on and add to these
two notorious instances of bribery in
connection with the candidacy or
election of Radicals as Senators in
this State and in other States, but
wherefore? They are as well known
as the corruption of Radical polities
generally, and do not require special
mention. But it is proper that we
should say something of how the mat
ter stood or docs stand in Oregon, as
that u the State now particularly in
volved. Tho first time that tho nse
of money to corrupt or bribe Legis
lators to vote for a Senator was re
sorted to, was when the Radicals
elected Senator Baker in '1800, and
there has never sinpe been a Radical
Senator elected from that State who
did not obtain bis election by bribery I
But no Democratic Senator from that
State has had the stain or crime of
bribery to answer for I That bribery
was the means by which George H.
Williamo aud John; Hippie-Mitchell
gained their election to the Senate U
notorious. Williams has since be
come infamous throughout the nation
for bis corruption and stealing whilst
Attorney General, and his name so
stunk in the nostrils of tho people
against the threatened
popular rights and of
that Grant was obliged to turn bim
out of his Cabinet something equiv
alent to kicking a thief out of tho
penitentiary. And Ilippio-Mitchell,
the embezzler and bigamist, tho
briber himself before tho altar in bis
lawless second marriage, and again
belbro tho Senato when he took "tho
oath to a namo which was not his
own, is likely to follow Williams in his;
downfall, just as ho has followed him
in the place he now dishonors through
These aro a few of the lessons which
Ilipj lo and Marcus, or Boruck and,
Mitchell, can ponder before tho Sena
tor member ot tho Siamese Twinir
whoso connecting lignturo isofGor
ham guilt pattern, shall framo bis,
threatening charges of bribery against
Governor Grover, in order to keep
him fix m his scat in tho Senate. Let'
us recommend them to submit tho
matter to a committeo composed of
tho infamous carpet-baggers of that
body Patterson; Spencer, West and
Dorsoy. There are none so compe.
tent to sit bn cases of bribery as thoso.
guilty of it; or who otye their place
to itas tho bribing . ltadioals seem
to think. i
-WAiwas.i s lBSsasawswsssssss
The saloon in New Orleans called.
"Elephant Johnny's," brought into no
torietvasa polling place in the re
ccnt.oWion, is a type ot its class. A
writer in tho Uoston!IIorall:says: "On
tho sides of the barroom aro rows of
largo barrels, standing upright on a
low platform running just tho width
of the bottom of the barrels, that aro
all ot ono size, these barrels aro.
1 tainted grpen, with black hoopB, and
abollod whiskey,, brandy, rum, gin,,
claret wiiio, port wine, eto., there bo-f
ing no lager ot boor of My kind, it
being ohoaper to, soli a full glass of
brandy than a fall glass of lager. Tho
rule ot these houses is that a person
may oome up to tho counter, deposit
thoroon a five oeut piece, and the bar
tender will furnish tho oustomor with,
a tin mug that will hold an ordinary,
tumblerful, and ho has tho freedom to
lako his choice from any ono ot tho
barrels, nnd also, if ho likos, ho may
take tho best capacity of tho mug."
Tho various liquors sold are all mado
of bad whiskey, dilntod and flavored
Wo soo much congratulation in tho.
papers as to tho pcaucablo temper of
the pooplo. Siioli congratulation is
very proper over tho status of commu
nities immediately embroiled as thoso
at Columbia and New Orleans. The
temper Of the people at huge through
out the oouulry may be, mid we doubt
not is, in the highost' degree concilia-,
tory, but it fails to make itself so un
derstood to tho sphinx at Washington..
Apathy, indiii'urcnoo and negloct ot
Cublio interests would seem rather to
o tho correct interpretation ot tho
present mind of tho pooplo, if they
continue to regard the progress of
evonts at Washington in silcnoo.
Thore is a timo to bo silont and acqui
escent, and thero is a timo to be out-,
spoken, firm, decided nay, ' warning',
and imperative, if need bo, "I am
not of tho opinion of thoso gontle
mon," said Burko, "who are against"
disturbing tho publio repose; I like
clamor whenever there is an abnso.
Tho firobull at midnight disturbs your
sleep, but it keeps you Iroin boinc;
burnt in your bod." Springfield Re
Come now aud let us reason together.
Why do peoplo say to oftnn to Dr. Pierce.
"1 supposo year (iolJeii Medical Discovery
cures everything ?" Because it has been the '
practice ot knavish clmrletaos to manufac
ture worthless nostrums and attempt to dnpo
the Icnoruut andciudulou by recommending
i horn to core evert form of diseusc. To i-uch
an ex Urn', has this been practiced, that it ij
no wonder that tuuny have acquired preju
dices against all advertised remedies. But
Or. Pierce does not advertise his standurl
preparation! as "'cure-all," does not cluiin
that they will perforin miracles, but limply,
publishes the fact that they have bran du
veloped at specific for certuiu forma oNia,
ease lor which he recommend them, alter
hiring tested their efficacy in many hundred
cadet with the most gratifying success. It '
is a fact known to every well-informed phy
sician that many tingle remedies possess dif
ferent properties., Ojiibine, for instance, baa
a touic qnality, tfh'kh tuggestt id dm In'
cases of debility ; an aoti-puf iodic, by which
it it eiiicacion, ia ague ; and -sr rebrifugo
property, which renders it efficacious in
cores pr lever. 1 he result of its aduuoistra-
sion will alio vary with the quantity given
and the circumstance! andir which it Is em- ,
ploy.-d. bo, likeiri e, the GolJ .'n Medical -Discovery
pofSKSsrs both pectoral and alter
ative, or blood-cleansing properties of the .
oiglie8t order, liy reason ol these two prom
inent properties it cures two classes of dis
eases, r i rut those ol the respiratory organs,,'
as throat, bronchial snd lung affections,
chronio coughs' Sod asthma, and second, dit
ease at lot bloffd and traoolae tvitero. in
which afectiont all skillful pbyiiciaos en-
jrloy alteratives, at ib cases of blotches, ei opt- '
iodi, tlcert, iwalliogi, tumors abscesses, ami -
in torpor ot ,. the liver or "biliousness."
While its nst 'it, by iU combioatioa of prop
erties, tnggested ia cases ef pulmonary coo- .
omptioo, yet you Deed sot take it expecting '
it will care you u your looga are half con
tained; nor because it it recommended at a '
blood medicioa would its proprietor advise '
yon to take it expecting it to cure cancer. -It
will not perform miracles, but it will cere
many prove forma of disease. ,