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A Pollrjr thai will not Avail the Day
. , of Judgment. '
' From the Chicago Time.
At the time ot Col. Hobert d. In
gersoll's capturd by Gen. Forrest, In
gersoll was reconnoitering with a
amall detachment and came upon a
nest of sharpshooters greatly outnum
bering them. The first indication of
danger that Ignersoll noticed was a
butternut drawing a bead on him.'
With the readiness that has saved
him from defeat in many a lawsuit,
he cried out, "What do yon want to
shoot me for T I've been wanting to
acknowledge your 'Old Confederacy
for the last two Beconds." Tbo fel
low appreciated the joke-. Of conrse
he didn't shoot. The sqnad was led
to headquarters. The joke soon cir
culated through the camp, and the
rebels would flock about the prison
tent carious to catch a glimpse of
"that Yank.' Forrest treated him
very kindly, and when be was ex
changed returned to Ingersoll his
horse, with a note addressed to " the
roan who saved his life by a joke in
the face of death."
Walla Vet Postmaster.
From the Mercury.
Information from the East goes on
to show that should Congress count
the Odell and Cartwright vote, or
College, that there will be somo difll
culty in counting Watts' vote, and to
f et the necessary three votes for
ayes from Oregon, after all their in
vestigations and swearing to bring
about such result. We Lave known
for some time that no Postmaster has
vet been appointed at Lafayette, and
that money orders and receipts for
box rent are signed byJ.Jl. Under
wood. Postal Agent and acting Post
master, per II., which refers to one
Hill, a clerk doing business through
Underwood, tho Postal Agent.
It is said at Washington that Watts
tnay yet be tho Postmaster, for under
certain rulings of the Department a
Postmaster in a PostimiHter until his
successor is appointed and quulified ;
and that no sucoeesor having yet
been appoint) d, Watts is Postmaster,
and was on the 6th day of December,
when the Electoral College met,
Consequently, tho voto cast by him
on that day for Hayes is in plain
violation ot the disqualifying clauso of
tho Constitution of tho United States
prohibiting Postmasters from acting
as Presidential Electors. Watts has
also said ho expected to take the
Lafiiyotto l'ostollico Again when
Hayes was inaugurated ; tor ho does
not expect, after his great blunders,
that he can tret tho position ot Lol
iootor of Customs nt Astoria so lona
the leading desiro in his earthly am
bition. . .
r 1 . iii
Si'kakku Randall. Tho Wash
ington correspondent of tho Philadel
phia "Times" sneaking of Speaker
Handall sayst "It seems to be
Agreed upon all Rides that Mr. Ran
dall has succeeded remarkably well
thns fur in his trying position. Once
or twice his rulings hnvo seemed to
be partizan, and onco he forgot that
ho was not upon tho floor and enter
ed into a sharp debate, with a mem
ber! but on the w.holo ho has dono very
well. His apparcut familiarity with
tho rules has surprised many of the
old members who havo not been able
to master them. Speaking of this
tho other day 'Randall told mo that
ho was not as well versed in tho rules
lis many supposed, but that when ho
Jiau a decision to make without pro
vious notice he decided according to
.what appeared to him fair and just,
and he had novcr yet failed to find a
rule afterwards to sustain him. The
rules, he added, were based unon the
principle of fair play for both major
ity and minority, and a speaker who
kept that idoa in view would never
go tar astray. Randull has difficult
work before him in tho political
Strifes of tho session, but I belicvo he
will reach the lourth of March with
tho good opinion oftftoth republicans
ana democrats and will bo re-elected
in tho next Congress. In tho chair
'ho is not as good humored as Colfax,
with his stereotyped smile, used to
- bo, nor is he as snappish as Ulainc
olten was. There is a sort of heavy,
. old tashioned dignity about hurt, and
with his smooth shaven face, massive,
, square-cut features and his suit of
solemn, bluok broadcloth, ho recalls
i a i. .. . . n i . i r .......
A Vtvr Blander.
A Washington dispatch to the
"V. ..,..,.,.,. ..... tie t
Oregon, who is young, handsome and
... .-..-.. J " 1 1 1 . 1 . MV V.
unmarried, intends to do a smashing
business in tho way of muling calls.
on .Now lear s. Lxcept for a few
insignificant blunders the description
would do very well But Lane ot
Oregon is not a Senator ho is a
Representative. As to his youthful
Deis, he is neither, a chicken nor an
old 'un, being about 80 ytsm of age.
The "handsome" part wo" will dismiss
by quoting the old saw that "band
some is as handsome does." 15ut
unless Lane, of Oregon, has started
in to copy after the first bad matri.
monial break of the Radical Senator
from that State, by absconding from
his wife, he is not entitled to be pick
ed op as an "unmarried" catch at the
Capital He is a happy husband and
proud father, and his family remain
at home in Oregon. Whatever
"imashiug business" he engage in
at Washington, we will go bail that
it will not be in either the Union or!
baggage line; bu. if bis calls had
him to. the While House, and be
finds Grant busy with old Zack Chan
dler over what the pair are most
prone to lovingly and lingenngly
discuss, we are not prepared to enter
aurntv Vnr til. nnrlv AnnnarinM at liia
pout next day. .Uncle Sam has no
liillJIJ IU II noilllll,UII UUb IIICIVJO
rarely the lackingol any of the flavor
ing green ingredients, in the room be
fore one reaches the blue in the quar
ters of U. S., to the end that a call
and a smash can be enjoved together.
Ana n wouia do aimcuii to una a
Lane that didn't have a torn that
Words of a dying cannibal; "Write
me down as one who loved his tellow
men." , ,
The Quickest, Surest and Uneauest
Fhysiciana recommend, and Farrieri declare
that no luch remedies have ever before been in
dm, Wonls are cheap, but the proprietor of
these articles will present trial bottles to
meulcal men, gratis, ana will guarantee more
rapid and sntUfactory result than have ever be
fore been obtained.
T hc G'KNTAua LixTHK.rr, White Wrappm,
will cure Rheumatism, Neuroma,' Lumbago,
Sciatica, Caked lircasts. Sore Nipples, Frosted
feet, Chilblains, Swellings, Sprains, and any
KI.KII, BONK OR Ml'SCLK AILMENT.
It will extract the noison of Ktes and dtmcrs.
and heal bums or scalds without a scar. Lock
jaw, I'nUey, Weak Hack, Caked Breasts, Ear
ache, loottiache, itcb and Lutaireous .erup
tions readily yield to its treatment
Henry Black, of Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio, says:
"My wife had the Kheumatism for five years-
no rest, no sleep could scarcely walk across the
floor. She is now completely cured by the use
ol your Leiitatir Liniment. We all leol thank
ful to you, and recommend .your wonderful
medicine to all our mends.
James Hunt, of Zanesville, 0.. says: "The
Centaur Liniment cured my Neuralgia."
Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes: "Send me
one dozen bottles by express. The Liniment has
saved my leg. 1 want to distribute it, sc.
The sale of this Liniment is increasing rapidly.
The Centaur Liniment, Yellow Wrapper,
is for the tough skin, flesh and muscles of ,
HORHEH. MUI.ES AND ANIMALS.
We have never vet seen a case of Snavin.
Sweeny, KlngWiH, Wind-gall, Scratches or
i'oll-Kvil, which this Liniment would not steeil
ily benefit, and we never saw but a few cases
which it would not cure. It willcurewhnnaiiy
thing can. It is folly to seiid $20 for a Karriur,
when one dollar's worth of Centaur Liniment
will do better. . The following 1b a sample of the
JlFKER.iN. Mo., tfov. 10. 187$.
Home time ago I was shipping horses to St.
Louis. I got one badly crippled in the tar.
With great difficulty I gothim to the stable, -on
Fourth avenue. The stable keeper gave me a
buttle of your Centaur Liniment, which I used
with such success that In two days the borne
was as active and nearly welL I have been a
veterinary surgeon for thirty years, but your
Liniment heads anything I ever used.
"A. i. M'CAHTY.tVeteriiiary Surgeon."
For a postage stamp we will mail a Centaur
Almanac, containing hundreds of certificates,
irom every Btate In the Union. These Lini
hients are now sold by all dealers in the coun
try Laharatory of J, 1 Hose A Co.i
4 Dkv Si., New York
CASTOHIA Is the result of 20 years experi
ment, by Dr. Samuel I'jteher.of Massachusetts;
It Is a vegetable preparation as effective as cas
tor nil, but perfectly pleasant to the taste. ' It
can be taken by toe youngest infant and neith
gags nor griies. lr. A. J. Ureen of Itoyds
ii, Indiana, says of it
Sirs: I have tried the Castoria and can
sjieuk highlv of its merits. It will, I think, do
away entirely with castor oil. It is pleasant
and harmless, and is wonderfully efficacious as
an awrient and laxative. Jt is tlis very thing.
The Castoria destroys worms, regulates the
stomach, cures Wind Colic, and permits of nat
ural healthy sleep. It is very efficacious in
croup, and for Teething Children. Honev is
not pleasanter to the taste, and Castor (ill is
not so certain In its effects. It costs but 35
cents in large bottles.
J. D. ItosE k Co., id Doy St, New York.
"Tht king of all publication i$$nl for the
young on tiincr$nltofihe Alluniie" South
atiiton (Knglund) Observer,
Til third volume rl tills Incomparable Msirarlne
is now nimplotnl. With iU Sis) royal urtavo utfM,
anil sis liuu.lrwl llltistmtiona. Us pluniliU seriala,
ll. .h.ir,.ir at . .M tbun. .J .k.lA -ft -. .
iti beautiful htmling ol rwl and irolil, it la the mint
iileintitl Kin tioul fur boyi anil itirls ever issued (torn
us prts. i-ries, 4 ; in mil gilt, i.
ST. NICHOLAS FOR 1877.
Which opis with Nowmher, IS7, Wins a short
ml vei -jr etitertjtimnc serial fru ttm Krenoh, " i'hs
nintrimn ol uie ureeUf ," A atorv alptel to the
'1 Imnkisririn saasua. AnutlMr SSrisI of slautbni
Ilt OWN ilA8TEfty
at i, T. tsowssioos.
srtthor of the "Jsi'k Hiuard Ktorin," la the CtiriiU
mas Holiday Nunilwr. Ih-siilrs aeratl stunts,
( hrutmaa tnrira,lifl)r aketeiiMi.iKwnu anil put urea
iv m uoiiuaya, ami aoiwa aatuniaiiiDs: illuatrations
llf (h-lentttl arwit-la villi iImwmu. h iti.inu. ........
the ( HitiMMAH holiday nuuhkr or1
ei. bh ihm. A, auerblr illaairatej, euouina a
very inUwvatitur paper.
"THK BOY OF NT CHILDHOOD,"
ay wiujam rcLLsx bstast.
Do not Fail to Hut St Nicholas for the
Christmas Holidays. Trie), 23 CiU.
DuriiuT the yearlhere will he intemtinf nspers fur
buya, by Willam Cul'rn liryant, John l. Whitlnr.
DHiniaa Huirlirs. William llowitl, Dr. Hollan.l,
0-ote Marlnnlil, Nuiliml B. Hunt, Frank K.
Kt.ktua, anl otlisra.
Thrrs will he alH-nalaket.hrasnd ptina of peruj
Intnral to t'ris, by HartH t I'lranitt p.nl, du
aaa t'oulkl(. Naraa Wintr Krllianr, Elmhrth 8io
art l'hrla, Luuint Akoult, l.ucrvtia. Hals, Otlis
Thaitar, Mary Mspes lashja, oad many ulnars.
Thws will U aiau
"TWELVE BKY PICTCaES,"
at sor. pancroa,
lbs Aatnmer, with auna, ahuwln "The Otan of
tarh Month," will hs likfly W aurpaaa in iatstwt
any arrwa in DunuUr k-waua racantlr vira a to tka
ami rr.nr r au iJiTBi rnox, with
Ft'S AMI Kill II IP Mir AVI, U'Klaiu
will bs taina-led aa baivurfia-e, and it. N kikilai will
uaUnas k delight tfc young and firm pleasurs W
GOOD NEWS lOB BOYS AKD OIRIA
To mart tha dvmaad fi a rheanr dr. Nn-anui
Uin-huuk.UMBrwwof ..(. I aa.1 II has bwa r
ducad to 1 aarh. Tva thra voluajwa, ia aa rtegaal
lilawynua, ara sold fur tit lla full r".'". so
Uiat all saay gtra thru- ehildraa a cuanplrte art.
1 heat vidumtvcitttataatoarvaMrai-tivwaaaiawial tLaa
Kty duUara' wurth at urdiaary raudm a boost
Cuharnrttoa Bk. t a vaar. 1 ha thraa houad VnL
anmaad a alnptwa fur this yaaraaly lit Dun.
0 with Uw naaiaat aawadaalar, vr arad nvmrjm
fSwrk, ar V. O. RoarfarW.n ra rrrtaun.1 Miar,
to B. aiiuiAa Co.. 141 Hruadway, S. T.
T. C. HENDRICKS,
MARK THESE FACTS!
THE TESTIMONY OF. THE. WHOLE
WU&LD. . ,
Let the suffering diseased read the following-.
Let all who have been given ud doctors, and
spoken of incurable, read the following.
Let all who can believe facta and can have
faith in evidence read the following.
Know all men by these presents, that on this
the 20th day of June, A. 1). lUOti, personally
came Joseph Haydock, to me known as such,
and being duly sworn deposed as follows: That
he is tha ol general agent for the United
States and dependencies thereof fur preparation
or medicines known as Dr. Holloway's l'ill
ank ointment, and that the following certificates
ara verbatim copies to the best of his knowl
edge and belief. JAMK3 SM1ETKE, ,
' La ! Notary public.'
M v all street, New York.
Da. Hollow t- I take my pen to write yon of my
rreat relief and that the awtul pain in my aids has
left me at last thanks to your nlla. Oh. Doctor.
how thankful I am that I can get aume sleep. 1 can
neves writ it enough. I thank you airalnandafaia,
and am sura that you are really the friend of all suf
ferers. I could not help writing to yinx, and hope
yon will not take it amiss. JAMES MY hi W,
1 18 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I was dischanreil frum tKs
army with chronic diarrhcea, and have hern oured
by Dr. Holloway's Pills. WILfiON H.AKVEY,
flew York, April 7, 166. 31 1'iU street.
The following; is an frfterestini case of a mas era-
filoyed in an iron foundry, who, ra pouring melted
run into a flask tbata-as wet. cahaed an eiDluaioh.
The melted iron was thrown around and on him in
a perfect shower, and he was dreadfully burned.
The following certificate was given to me by him
about I weeka after the accident:
, Kr.w Yoni, Jan. II, int.
My name is Jacob Hardy: I am iron founder, I
was badly burn by hot Iron ia November last ; my
bums heated, but I bad a running tore on my leg
that would not heal. I tried Holloway's Ointment.
and it cured my in a few weeks. This is all true
and anybody can see me alt Jackaon's Iron works,
Zd Avenue. J. xiAULii, iiu uoercb street.
eitbacts riox viatocsarrnaa
"I had no ansetite : Holloway's Fills save ml 4
"Your run are marvellous."
"I send for another boa and keep them in the
' Dr. Ilollowsy cured my headache that wsS
"I rave one of Your Fills to my babe for cholera
morbus. The dear little ruing got wen in a aay
"Mr nausea or a morntfur is now curea."
"Your box of Holloway'e Ointment cured me of
holies m the head. 1 rubbed some of your Ointment
benlno the earn ana the noiae lias leu."
- "Hend me two ooiea. I want one lor a poor fami-
ir:" . ... ....
"1 enclose a dollar, your price is li cents, ont tne
medicine to me IS worth a dollar."
"Hend me live boxes of Your Pills."
"It me have fivu boxes of your Fills by return
mail, for L'hllla Mil Fever."
1 have over 200 such itatimoniale, but want of
space compels me to eonemde."
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all amotions of tha skm: this Ointment Is rrf-
valuable. It doss not heal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most searching nuets to the
very root of the evil.
Invariably core the following diseases :
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting; these organs, whether
they secrete too much or too little water;
or whether they be atllicteil with stone or gravel, or
with aches or pains settled in the loins over the re
gion of the kidneys, these Pills should bs taken ac
cording to the priuted directions, and the dutinent
should be well rubbed into the small of the back at
bed time, i his treatment will give almoat immedi
ate relief when all other means have failed.
FOft STOMACHS OUT OP ORDER.
No meidcins will so effectually improve the tone
of the stomvlisas these Pills; they remove all acidi
ty, ocutaioued either by intemperance or improper
diet. They reach the liver and reduce it to a heal
thy action ; they are wondeifully emcacioua in raaea
of ap mm in fact they never fail ia curing all disor
ient of the livers and atomach.
Holloway's Pills are the beat remedy known In the
worm lor toe following diseases: ague, Aaiiiiua,
Bilious complaints, Hlotches on the akin, ltowtl
cortiplainU.O.li.'ii, Uoritip.ition of the IloweU, Coo.
sumption, lability. DropW. Dvsontary, Erysipelas,
(lout. Headache, indigestion, Juflamatiuu, Jaui
dice, l iver complaints, Lumlwgo, Piles, lltiemna-
iiam netcntmn or urine, Horotuia or King s fcvu,
Hops Thruata, btone A Uravel, Secondary byinptot .s.
Tio-Douloureux, Tumors, t'lii'ia, Veneral Aifec
tionv Worms of ali kinds, Weakness front any
None are genuine iinleaS the signature of J. Hat.
dots, aa agent for the I'llited HtatoS.aurroumlaeach
box of Pills snd Ointment. A handaoine reward will
be given to any one rendering such information as
may lead to tie) detection ol any party or parties
counterfeiting the medicines, or vending the same
knowiug them to be spurious,
.S.ilii at the manutai'tory of Profeaaor Hollowat
r ( o., New York, and by all reaictable Dmggiats
auu ucnioia in wooicine iiirougnout ma civuixeu
world, in boxes St 55 rents. 61 cents snd tl each
fc-yj There is eousiderable saving by taking the
N, B. Directions tor the guidance of patients in
every uiaorucr ere amxeu to racb box.
OEVn to ORO. P. ItOWEI.li CO.. New
O York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, containing
liata aixm newtpapen, and estimates showing cost
WALTON A LYXCH
In Dorrls Brick Building.
Groceries nd Provisions,
in Keep on nana a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meabs,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Soai, Notions,
Ureen and lriel Kniits,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Business will lie conducted oif a
Wiich means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods dtliwed without rhnrgt to Buyer
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
For which I will ay tlie highest market irice.
Has Uken iossrvion of the
Luckey Livefy Stable,
And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVERY BUSIXES&
Horses fed and bearded by the weet or day.
HORSES AXIi ftl'GGIES FOR HIRE.
DWr.t T.TSQ HOI-8K AND S ACHES OF Land
a Ninth strwt, eaat o4 null rare. Iarsueasy.
'or particalara aaquire at tha
Kf. CHARLES HOTEL.
1 DWELLTNO HOTTSFS.
Which are airelylotmied and will ba auid at a ban-
gain. Tanas aaay. Kaqun at evpnaa offle.
. 1 H. I X I r B WOOD.
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
"t7"ILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS to
IT all its branches at the old stand, offering
Increased inducements to customers, old and
new. As heretoftw, the most
Careful attention given to Prescriptions.
rp Won 1 (ENGLISH CLUSTER)
riantiiursof this deairahU varietr r4 MOTS
far sals by A. W. 1'ATTEiWoN.
SHERMAN & IJYDE'S COLUMN
GRAND TRIUMPH FOR
Firs) Premium over all American
and Foreign Manufacturers.
Copy of telegram received by Sherman fc
. New York, Sept 29, 1876.
Recelveir the highest award for svmiiathetie.
pure and rich tone, combined with greatest
iHiwur, as snown in tne tnree styles Uraud,
niiuara and Unrufht Piani whuU how intel
ligence and solidity in their construction, a pli
ant and easy touch, which at the same time an
swers promptly to its requirements, together
WD excellence ol worttinawnup.
ii These famous Pianos are. for sale by
SHERMAN & HYDE
Cor. Kearney nod Sotter Sti ,
aUl tb iiwiiuiiive VtUsd
know on Courmhip, lUr.
. xy jrwnriino nmui ion
Wif Ir anre and am. Trru$ on all PriraM Dlanm, niitr
lplalnlntKrlrcaun. mron and nilacirri ft
I.UMoiiljfwallyarlfnllcorSofthelilll m vibli.h.
d, nrnulnt njarl, au pam and U tomplrtt la rZry m.
frf. enl bT MltTlfeurrljr aralrd oa m-rinl ol X), ul Ad.
drrta. l)f. C. A. BcillAKKAS Noith J'iAlK- "
tt. Latu, Ato. a Ni.hnl Is IM7.
TRY IT l-THG T.O. HENDRICKS BRAND
of St I . 4 P. For sale only br
. T. It. HENDRICKS.
IU R NrTXJRE.
A 8 WE ARE PnEPARlNO FOR A LARGE
Msnufatturing establinhment we prop se to
sell our entire stork of
FURNITURE AT RETAIL
WHOLESALE miCES !
This is a rare chance to buy good, snbatantial
Furniture at nominal prices. Do not let your op
portunily pas. Come sll
U. CHERRY A BRO.
Carding and Spinning.
HAVING PURCHASED the Machinery owned
by C. Goodchild, I am now prepared to make
all kinds ot
Yarn, batIs, &c.t
At the Lowest Living Rates.
Utest aa4 Host ReliaMs Inf na
boa atnot thai BLACK HILL:
NoriKera Wrnainc and the armt
ladiaa War will alwars be fnnad ta
a Mil . ii 1 .
r U I "If ;v"T"
n in .i
a m a SkllVII , ' ' li u
raaaniiaaaa m iaK7. ibii mmh
aav.u-i:arov. VJarklf. 1 m
II- ma. II i t raar.SV Xintittan
M ansa. 19 ut a -,-v v
raUahsr, CUrssnw, Trr.
OSRIJIIN & CO'S
NEW DRUG STORE ON WILLAM
etea titreet, near Ninth,
DEAL IK 8
PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Brandies. Wines and Llquorr
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortment of article
FIRST CLASS DRCG 3T0RE.
We Warrant :all our drugs, for they are new and
Fresh. Particular attention is called to our
Perfumery aiiJ Toilet Articles.
As we have bought
OUR GObDS FOR CASH
We can compete with any establishment in Eu
gene City in price and accommodation.
Buy your goods where you can get
the best and cheapest .
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY BILLED
At all hours of the day or night
OSBUKN & L
CHANOE HAVINO BEEN MADR IN THE
ownership of tlie 8prinutield Milling property,
it is found neoearary to settle up all outatandins; ao
eounts. Tarties Jcuowing themselves indelitea to
said Company, will please come forward at ones snd
settle by payment of cash or note with amroved se
curity. Settlement can be made with If . . Btrat
ton at Dunn's store in Euirene City, or at the onVw
oi uie uompany in npnnirneiii. I'er proer
(I'Hl.Mitl tl,I) MiLLISU CO,
SraixoriELO, Or., Nov. 2d, 187.
Brick Store, cor. Willamette 4 Eighth SIj..
A.V. PETEHS & VO.,
Are now in receipt of a very large stock of
JVEW SPRING GOODS,
Selected with much care from the lsiyeat and best
importing houses in ean runcisco.
Oar Stock of
Is nnasnally large and attractive, and comprise! the
very lateat styles and novelties, and of all grades
na prices, so as to meet tne view ol an.
A largs assortment of Edgings and Inserting., new
ana Deautuul patterns.
A large sYoek of Bleached Muslins ana Linens,
mnio Linens, Toweiings ana Hosiery; IMrsets,
ilsnakercnieft, uue and unen Collars in all grades.
WE WILL PAT THE HIGHEST MARKET FE10E
In cash for any number of pounds of
GOOD MERCHANTABLE WOOL
Of mrj description wanted, for which"we will pay
s.U. a.;.-" a. L...A. j " ' '
A.V. PETERS & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
First-Class Family Groceries
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Notions, Crockery and Willow Ware
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
For medical and family uses.
And everything else usalljr kept in a First Class
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
I beg leave to inform the citisens of Eugene and
the aurrannding coflntry that I have facilities to ael
cheaper than any other house this side of Portland
Fresh supplies received weekly, .
Of the very best qnalitiesoiaT.
My motto is
Small Profits and Quick Bales.
Please call acd learn my price, before purchasing
else when. "
Willamette Street, Eugene City.
Cash Paid for Bacon and Eggs.
Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City
Fl'EE OF CHARGE.
IIOMf HPauKi CTTH PERAIK HAB1T8 spec
tooonvauience, Aa antidote that .OYndson its menu.
Send stamps for paroaibn. DR, CARLTON. 187
Wsshiigtoa Street, Chicago, IU. ' J
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II 1 1 1 Si la r,u" "7"" Na abuara.
Una a a a - imm oirwny. IB u.
, w I aciaraafrrprvdKtitiat aova
pa truly happy ia um marrlrd nlatkm. MaIs aad laaala,
jouoi aacf roiddl. aard akonld md ainl nwmitilt
Wrt XJ "lrM tha hfalth, and coraplokia. aad
(iraa) fcdrd charka tha traahnna of youta 1 Uw bra and
f!!'t ? JCarraMrr Oaida ia tha world. Pnca Werota
T Mail Tba authar mav ba coMulal fwm.ii k
wuM.iv imnnHm, wnira no ona can aawa to ba wuh-
mall on ana of thc.ubiert. mrntluonl In bu work.addiaiS
Who may be suffering from the effect of youth
ful follie. or iniliscrvtion, will do well to avail
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid
at the altar of suffering humanity. DR. 8P1X
X E Y will piaranta. to forfeit fiiOO to any case
seminal weakness, or private disease of any kind
or character which he undertake, and fails to
cure. He would therefore say to the unfortu
nate sufferer who may read this notice, that Jon
are treading on dangerous ground when yMi
'. n " "t 1 iinn 1 , un
your complaint on mav be in the first stare:
rrmriuiier uiat yon are apnrnacning the lasL
If you are bordering own the last, and are suf
fering sunie or all ita ill sff.w ' .mn,l .V...
if yon persist in raxiciastination the time must
"'" uen uk was skuiiui pnysiciaa can ren
der Vna no aaaistannp: whn tl, A.m nf k...u
will be closed againat you; when an angel of
nn-rrr can imng jiwi no reuer. in no case has
the IVicti-r failed of success. Then let not des
pair work unntt vrmr imbnnatw 1,. An.i
yourself of the brneficial results of his treatment
bef.ir your case is bevntid the reach of medical
skill, or before prim death hurriea yon to a pre
matura Brave. Full rrmraa nf tMfa -mc
feiid money by pnsotBce order or cipresa, with
iuu aeacnpuon or caae. i ail on or a..reaa
Xa 11 Kearoey street, Sam Francssco.
A MOVTh-AreaU vaasea raerT-
Itm. Baatneaa boanralMa AMri am
Part, ralara sent f. Arilr
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Mir iLu , J i
No. 649 Clay Street,
Kearny and Montgomery Streeta,
. fen: DOHMITY'S Larirely and Bteadilv la.
creasing Practice, which has constantly kept pace
with the unexampled Increase and steady growth
or the Pacific Coast, induced bis removal from his
long established and well-known aosrters, on tha
corner of Sacramento and LeideedorB streets, la
mis cuy.io more roiumouioussnaengiDiy located
apartment,, at No. 619 Clay Street, where
he has a spacious suite of handsomely fitted tp
and conveniently arranged Examination and Con
sultation Rooms, (occupying lb whole of the
two upper stories) Vrliich patient may at tU
times visit, and are only the Doctor snd his as.
With.the most gratefnt tentlmenti of retard
for the liberal patronage bestowed on him for the
past luirrcen years, at nil 01a omcs,
desires to Inform the ben'eral Pnblte, end especl
ally all those laboring under all forms of Chronic
Complaints, that he can beconsohed at A41
I Clhy street, on every Variety of Disease of the
l i.rn.a 1 lim. k't.ln.i: nii..,!.. -.i A f li.
Urinary Organs, and all
of which the list li nnmeroos, end which are
more closely connected with the general health
than the majority of people are aware. Unhappy
invalids for years persist in concealing their con
dition from a motive originating in mistaken del
icacy, snd sutler In sifpnee ontll their miseries be
come too acute to be repressed, and mental and
physical debility . unflts the inflerer for actirt
itself In the complaint professionally known at
Syphilis, in all Ita forms and. stages; SemissT
Weakness, and all the distressing forms of Self-.
Abuse, or Onanism ; Gonoirhoea, Oleet, Striiithrer
Nocturnal tnd Dtnrnal Emissions. Bexnnl Debili
ty, Diseases of the Rack and Loins, InfUmmation!
of the Bladder and Kidneys, eto., etc. The lum
ber of persons suBering from these horrible Dis4
eases, in whom thfe Doctor has effected radical
cure, van be counted by the thousand jnd the vol
untary certificates In his possession, received fronj
fiersons he has restored to health are enough to safe
sfy all thatthe Doctor's skill In the treatment of
these afiections, enables him to warrant ipeedt
cures, even in obstinate cases, and ia every
instance give relief. Diseases which formerly
baffled the medical skill of . the most learn
ed and experienced Practitioners of the heal
ing art, and were regarded by the majority of
Physicians as utterly incurable, now seadily yield
to modern remedies, when prescribed by the intel
ligent Practitioner, who makes the botnansys-'
tern , and these special ailments, bit constant study
and subject of observation.
In no case Is publicity permitted except It the
express wish of the patient; and the Doctor coo
fidenthr trusts that bis long experience and suc
cessful practice will continue to insure bimaUb
era! share or public patronage. By the practice
of many yeare in Europe and the United Slates,
he ia enabled to apply the most ssccessful reme
dies agaiast diseases or all kinds.
He cures without mercury, chargea moderate
fees, treats his patients in a correct and honor
able way, and has references of nnques iible'
veracity, from men of known respecta ,lty aad,
high standing In society. All parties wiio may
consult him by letter or otherwise, will receive the'
best and gentlest treatment.
m TO femaLes.
When a female Is afflicted with disease, as weak
ness ol the back and limbs, pain In the bead, dim
nese of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation
ol the heart, irritabilitt, nervousness, derange-,
ment of digestive functions, general debility, ell
diseases of the womb, hysteria, sterility, and all
other diseases peculiar to females., she should go
or write at once to Dr. V7, K. DOHERTY, at hit
Medical Institntb.and she will receive every poa
lible relief and help, . .
Let no false delicacy present yon, but apply Im
mediately, and save yourself from painful sufler
ing and premature death.
Patient (male or female) residing In anyjhtrt
of the country however distant, who may desire
the opinion and advice of Dr. Doherty li their fe
siective cases, and who think proper to submit a
written statement of such, in preference to bold-,
inn a personal interview, are respectfully assured
tbat their communications will be bela Bostaa
Tbo Doctor Is a regular graShate, aha may bS
consulted with every confidence.
If the disease be fully and candidl. flescribed:
personal commonlcation will, jn most cases, be
nnnecessary.M instructions for diet, regimen and.
the general treatment of the rase Itself (Winding
the remedies), will be forwarded without delay;
and in such a mtnner aa to convey 4o idea of the
puTor of the letter or parcel so transmitted.
Should your condition require immediate atten
tion, send ten dollars in coin, (or that value in
currencjjbr Hail, or Wells, Fargo ,Co.'a Ef
press.anda package of Jnedicines wfi be for-'
warded to your address, with the necessary in -structions
Consultations, at tfl offlt bi fci lettef FREE'
Addres. W. K. DOHERTT, B. DTsanFranclaco7
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
DR. DOHERTY Is a skillful physcian and hon
orable gentleman. Any statement he makes to
hlspstients. he is sure to fulfilj. That fact is one
great caoe of his eminent sacres in his profes
sion. It is fortunate that among the maty adver
tising phyweiana, there it on that eaa be depend-"
on." Review. r
"DR. DOHERTY'S fepntatioti ar a physlclae;
is a sufficient gusrantee for the cure of any case
he undertakes." Calaveras Chronicle. .
"DR. DOHERTY bu devoted his stody cor
psrticularly to chronic, seciflc and private prae
tir. and as siich Is now the moat successful of any
physician In San Francisco.' Free Press.
"DR. DOHERTT 'S repoUtinnla second toao
other physician on the coast, iq chronic and spe
cific practice." Mirror.
"DR. DOHERTY.-Few men la the medical
proressioa have aneceeded ia gaining ta confi
dence of the public in their akill and judrmenl as
be baa. Inquirer.
"DR. DOB KRTY ranks ai one of our most dis
tinguished ph jsiciana. and also air the aanst
SOCCtSSfnl. WhifJl ta mnm tk -l 1 .l.i.L,V
medical practitioner u fodged." ithi. . ,
a ia in a stale." Mpresa.
P. 8 The Doctor will send bis pamphlet ea
PDetfal DiaMAM tn an. alil .. .i-
cenU ia postage stamps, for retara aoatafs.
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