The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, July 27, 1878, Image 3

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CITY AND COUNTY,
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philomath Crucible.
!,rvice tvery Friday evening at eight
-clock at the St. Mary' (Episcopal) Church.
. nf aome half dozen atarted thia
eekt Yaquina Bay to apend the heated
to
Sie the card of Dr. Ella A. J. Ford in
'ther colnmn. Dr. Ford inaki a speciality
j female disease.
ff were mistaken in our last issue in re'
ari to the day the foot race was to be run
tween Geo. Ware and Polk Harpole. It
j, to be run to-day near Clear Lake School
House.
The Philomath Crucible once more appear
on our exchange table, having euUred upon
iti second volume. The editor speaks en
ourgingly of the future. We wish the
Crucible success.
According to the Signal, Junction is in-
habited by a lot of Chinamen who make a
practice of picking up little things when
ever and wherever they can get hold of
them. What are your officer for!
Divine service will be held in the M. E.
Church of this city to-morrow corning and
evening. The pastor, Rev. J. T. Wolfe, will
discourse in the morning on "God's beauty,
lore and Power," and in the evening on the
Holy Sabbath."
We stated in our last issue that it was re
ported that John Smith was killed by the
Indian. We regret to announce that the
report is true. John Smith and his father,
George Smith, for many year .resident of
Grand Prairie, were both murdered near
Fort Harney. SiguaL
There will be a meeting of the Lane Comi
ty Pomona Grange held at Grange Hall in
Eugene, on Wednesday, July 31st, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the consideration of im
portant business. All fourth degree mem
bers are'iuvited. Au.es Bond,
Master.
Sherman, Hyde & Co. have sent us "Wheu
the Twilight Soft is falling," song and chorus
by D. S. Hakes. A perfect musical gem,
and a rare combination of sentiment, music
and art, with illumined title page and beau
tiful print A production replete with the
tenJerest emotion, aud whose merit demands
no recommendation other than an .introduc
tion. Price 35 cents.
Dr. L L Rowland, State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, was in the city on the
24th aud made arrangements for a District
Teachers' Institute to be held at this place
on the 5th, 6th and 7th of September. A
full committee of arrangements was appoint
ed to prepare a programme, which will be
published in due time.
Lost. In this city, on last Friday, a la
dies amethyst ear-drop. The finder will
confer a favor by leaving the same at this of
fice. Married. By A. S. Powers, J. P., at
the residence of the bride, at Belknap Springs,
July 17, 1878, Mr. Peter Wycoff and Mrs.
Amanda Miller. All of this county.
Oreoon. In a London letter to the Bos
ton Advertiser we find the following: "Are
yoir aware of the value of Oregon ? That
State is not supposed to be the most impor
tant in the Union, and is generally ranked
below California as a new home for settlers.
Such is not the opinion of Mr. Wallis Nash,
who visited Oregon last year and has written
a book on the subject, which Messrs. McMil
lan have published. If I believed Mr. Nash
I ihould infer that Oregon was the land for
which Pouce do Leon sought in vain. He
makes it out to be a terrestrial paradise."
Married. At the residence of Joel Ware,
Esq., on thi 22th inst, by Rev. Dr. Geary,
Mr. U". H. Itenshaw and Miss Elnora Coch
ran. The future happiness and prosperity of our
young friends are secured, inasmuch as their
compliment were received at the Gcard
office iu a magnificent boqoet and a generous
Pply of delicious wedding cake. Ye prints
mite in congratulating friend Willian and
his fair bride upon the auspicious commence
ment of the most important event of their
b'es. May they enjoy all the bliss vochsafed
to mortals, and may their cares, vexations
fnd disappointment be feir.
Rm BxiB.Th party of which we made
mention last weak ret u rued from the moan
but Friday. The boy went a fr up
Foley's spring's "and report that the Dr.
everything fixed up in the nicest kin.1 of
and are unaniutoas in their verdict
tbt it is the moet pleasant place to rustkate
oo the coast They had lots of fish, venison
nd elk beef, and enjoyed themselves hugely.
Under the judicious management of P. C.
Renfrew, the work on the McKewe road
kai been done in the most thorough manner,
od it is now the best mountain road on the
Y and is not only a credit to, the stock
boHers and Superintendent, Ut a great
"ovenienee to people traveling across the
mountains, a it is the shortest and best
route from this valley to the bunch grass
region.
Frn C'HaDREs it Oxcv -The most remark
W birth ever known ia the history of aceoueh
" ocenrred Bear Salesville, O., on hut
Monday night lira. McCormkk gave birth to
v healthy children, four of whom were boy
and one girL The medical works girt but few
Instance of sncli woderful births, and when
tbtydo occur the children have scarcely been
aownto Kve. la P ' esse the mother and
3drea are, ia on. jcai language on such oc
won, "doing well. The community down
is excited and the father i the hero of all
country roundabout, and hi fame will
1ad on the wing! of the newspaper from noe
io the country to fik other.-Cam,, Ohio,
yesgrtonian.
Tardy Janice.
Some one ha been talking to Benn Pit
man, the phonograpber who wrote the testi
mony of the witnesses in the trial of Mrs
Surratt, and from bun ha received a state
ment of his views of that dark incident in
our country' history, from which the follow
ing extrvct ia taken :
" It was not until after my return from
Washington, with all the testimony of the
450 witnesses at the trial and my compihv
tion in narrative form of the facts testified to
by those witnesses that I came to the con
viction that Mrs. Surratt, though aware of
previous plot to abduct too? President and
take him to Richmond, was entirely unin
formed of the sudden resolve of Booth to kill
him. The only direct testimony that seemed
to implicate her was that of the drunken un
reliable witness, Lloyd, who kept the tavern
at Surrattsville. Her previous life and his
tory, the testimony of those who knew her
well, and Catholic priests of known probity
and honor, all went to show her utter in
capacity to engage in so diabolical a plot"
At the time of the trial so bitter were
sectional and partisan feelings that it was
not easy to form a deliberate opinion con
cerniug the charges against the unfortunate
woman; but those who in the midst of the
excitement could "keep their heads level
couiu not iau to preceive mat there was no
evidence that she had countenanced any plot
to murder President Lincoln, and it was man
ifest that the sham trial was illegal, and that
those who took part in it and condemned
the helpless prisoner were in reality a much
guilty of murder as are those lawless men
who condemn and execute an odious person
by lynch law. Reverdy Johnson warned
them of the risk they incurred of being at
some iuture aay called to account tor so
great an outrage upon law and decency.
The cruelties and indignities imposed upon
Mia. Surratt would have disgraced any
tribuual. She sat manacled during the trial,
and was not allowed the comforts usually
accorded to. the, worst criminals. By the
law of this country the worst malefactor
has a right to a fair aud legal trial ; but at
the time of this one, the feeling of the domi
nant party was such that it would sanction
any act of injustice which would inflame
popular hatred of political opponents.
Thirteen years have passed ; the passion
which then existed have in a great measure
cooled ; and now no persou possessing any
sense of hiynanity can regard this dark blot
in our history without a feeling of horror,
and wonder that men could become so in
sane by the fomenting of party bigotry. The
Philadelphia Chronicle says that Republicans
of this time would be glad to have this act of
the leaders of their party buried in oblivion,
but, like "Banquo'a " ghost, it will rise up to
trouble them.
The lesson all should learn from such a
deed is to avoid those political excitements
which deprive men of their reason, and to be
willing to accord justice to those we must
dislike.
Read the new ad of the Little Giant Fly
Killer.
Arrested for Embezzlement. Wednes
day, says the Oregonian, Sheriff Bolton, of
Iowa county, Iowa, arrived here from Mari
on county, having in custody a man named
Wm. B. Taylor. This man was arrested ou
a requisition from the governor of that State,
charged with having embezzled a certain sum
of money entrusted to his bauds. Taylor, it
seems, was auditor of Iowa county in the
year 1875, and while acting in an official ca
pacity, appropriated about $2,900 of public
money. He was detected, arrested, had a
preliminary examination and was held to
await the action of the grand jury. Taylor s
father furnished the bonds required and be
was released. This occurred about a year
). Soon after being released, Taylor left
the country and came out to.this State. He
rented a small farm in Marion county on
which he and his family settled. When the
case came up for trial, the dcfemlant could
not be found, and his bail was declared for
feited. Hi father being compelled to make
the sum good was broken up. The authori
ties began at once to ascertaiw the wherea
bouts of the defaulter. Taylor had served
as a liegtenant in the Union army during the
war of the rebellion, and was entitled to a
pension. Through the pension department
at WaahiHgton his wher-bouts was discov-
cred. Armed with the necessary documents,
Sheriff Eoltot started for Oregon. He found
no difficulty in ascertaining just where Tay
lor was living when he reached here, and
proceeding to bu home arrested bim. Tay
lor is now lodged in the county jaiL ami will
tart for hi old home next Sunday on the
Ancon. The prisoner is a firm, intelligent
appearing man, and one would not suppose
him capable of committmg a grave otlense
against the law. Taylor has a very nice, re
spectable family, which ia one of the saddest
feature of the whole case. By his arrest
they are deprived of a supporter aud protect
or and are plunged into the deepest sorrow
and humiliation. Taylor says that he has
sufficient mean left to end hi family buck
to Iowa, and that they will soon follow him.
Whit wiU the public think ofHJrover who
wore before the electoral commission that
" I aunounced to no one till my official an
nouncement what the the result of my find
ing would be." Statesman.
Grovcr never tnale a positive dec
laration ia a public speech, anl a f
west afterwards juet as positively
c intradict himself un Jer oath. OJell
did. 3efore OJell impugns the truth
or honesty of anybody else, it would
be a veil for bim to explaif bis own
crookedness.
A a mere mean of cleanliness Glenn's Snl-
nhur Sou is invaluable. The thousan-U wbo
need it for that purpose are not onlv madeclea!)
but healthy. Their skins are purihrd sad pro:
tected against the protean cutaneous diseases
tr at are generated by dirt and eootatrwn. A
cake of Glenn's Sulphur Sp and a Uoh fuH of
warm water would be both a deodorizer aud a
disinfectant among soh subjects. . Crittsotna's,
Xa. 7 Sixth nvnue. New York. S.4d bv drmr
cists. Hill Hair and Whnker Iye, bWk or
brwn,50c.
Darkly Hinted. It is darkly hint
ed that General Grant is "drinking
hard" in Europe Can't some person
find out where Grant buys his whisky
and send a few barrels of it to the
present occupant of tho White House?
asks the St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
Radical. This would be Mr. Lin
coln's adyice the present emergency
We notice that Wm. Killingsworth, the
agent for the celebrated No. 8 Wheeler &
Wilson sewing machine, must be doing a
rushing business, judging by the number he
is receiving almost daily. We can truly
recommend the No. 8 as a first-class ma
chine. Remember, agency and office at the
Star Bakery.
Whenever and Wherever
Diseases of a cholerntic tvie prevail, or there is
cause to apprehend a vUit from them, the syskl
tern should be toned, regulated and reinforced
by a course of Hostetters stomach Bitters.
Perfect digestion and a reiiular habit of body
are the best safeguards against surh maladies,
and both are secured by this inestimable tonic
and alterative. The Bitters are also extremely
serviceable in remedying such disorders. If
promptly taken in bitlious colic, marrhu-a and
cholera morbus, the disease is usally frustrated.
In uiarrbij-a cases.itis onlv necessarvto restore
the tone nf the relaxed bowels, and this is one of
the specific etfects of this medicine. Wind on
the stomach, heartburn, billiousness, nausea,
headache and other syinytonis.of disturbance in
the gastric and hepatic regions are also sjieedily
relieved by this excellent remedy. Asa family
medicine it is invaluable, since it promptly and
completely remedies those ailments which are of
most frequent occurrence.
1'iit People.
Corpulent people can be reduced from two to
five pounds per week without starvation, by
using Allan ? Anti rat, a pulely vegetable and
perfectly harmless remedy. It acta on the food
in the stomach, neutralizmi; all saccharine and
oleaginous matter.
3NJ WASHINGTON SHEET., 1
Bosms. Mash.. Mav "Jlnt. 1874 I
Botanic Medicine Do., Buffalo, X. Y. :
liENTLEilEN W ithout siiecial change of diet.
two bottles of Allan's Anti Fat reduced me four
and one-half pounds. Yours reiwctfully.
M. A. liUSH.
Hundreds of letters similar to the alove have
been received by the Botanic Medicine Co. Anti-
i at sold by druggists.
Liver Is King
The Liver is the imperial organ of the whole
human systtin.as it controls the life, health and
happiness of man. Wheu it is disturbed in its
projier action, all kinds of ailments are the natu
ral result. The digestion of food, the movements
of the heart and blood, the action of the brain
and nervous system, are all immediately con
nected with the workings of the Liver. It has
been successfully proved that Ureeu's August
Flower is unequalled in curing all persons af
flicted witli Dyspeiisia or Liver Complaint, and
all the numerous symptoms that result from an
unhealthy condition of the Liver and stomach.
Sample bottles to try, 10 cents. Positively sold
all towns on the estern C ontinent. 1 breu
doses will prove that it is just what you want
I JThe National Gold Medal was awarded to
Bradley & Kulofson for the best Photographs
in the United States, and the Vienna Medal
r the best in the worliL
429 Montgomery Street, Sap Francisco.
For Sale. First-class second-hand safe,
with combination lock, will be sold cheap
for cash, or on time. Kuquire at express
tlice. USbotwoou Blius.
- nool ttf
Ladles Attention.
Berlin Fashion Patterns at Dunn & Strat
um's.
For isaJe,
Twenty feet off west half of lot No. 27 in
hkk No. 9 in tugetie City, tnqnire of d.
B. Dorris. lm
We have just received from tlin Eastern
factory, direct, a large stock of window
hades and wall paper ; anions the latter are
many very pretty styles embracing Grained
Pannels, Kmliossed, Gilts and lice Patterns,
Satin and Common Klatiks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
paper. V L A A J I U A i J II . .
P.obinson k Church at the Hardware Store
ep the largest and beat selected stock of wall
paer and border in Eugene Citv, comprising in
part, lirown, lilanks, iatiii, (tut ami r.uiooss-
d paper, wim-n they purenase uirect irora me
Ca.-tern factories and will sell as cheap as the
cheapest All paper trimmed free of charge.
Nasal Catarrh and Lung and Bronchial affec
tions, and all diseases arising from an impure
state of the blood, iMjsitively cured. Dr. 'Sou-
ielle Math ion, the eminent French physician
and surgeon, and inventor of the Paris Spirom
eter which has given relief to thousands suffer
ing from those terrible diseases in Kurope and
the United States. This wonderful instrument
was invented by l)r. Souvidle Mathieu, for
the treatment of Nasal Catarrh, Lung and
Bronchial affections.
a t'iu:x ( inr,
For consumption, bronchitis, asthama, catarrh,
throat aud lung diseases. A!o a sure relief ami
permanent cure for gunend debility, dyscpMi
and all nervous affections, by a simple vegetable
medicine width cured a venerable missionary
Physician who wxs long a resident of Syria and
the Hast, and who ha freely given this valua
ble ecitic to thousands of kindrvd sufferers
with the greatest possible benefit, and now he
feels it his stored christian duty to impart to
others this wonderful invigorating remedy, and
will send KKKK the original receipt complete,
with full directions, to any person enclosing
tamp for replv.
Mi. CLARK A. BOBBIN,
GaEEur Block, Svkaci f, N. Y.
P. O. Box 16.
WILE, CI' HE COASlttPTIO.
To all suffering from the following diseases a
ray of hop is ollcred through the k;udness of a
missionary friend who has sent me the formula
of a purely vegetable me'hcine which hv long
been used by the native medicine men of Hin
dostan: for the positive and radical cure of
Consumption, Bronchitis, Astlnqa, Catarrh,
1 ryix.-ria. Throat and Lung difficulty, Gener
al Debility, Loss of Manhtid and alt Nervou
Atfection, iti power has leen teUrd in hunt
dreds of cases without a f iilore. i now feel is
my sacrei duty a far as powible to relieve hu
man mL-erv and will send the recitie Free r
Chakoe to any person who may desire it with
directions forcing. Sent by return mail by
addreing Tith 2 stamps naming this pajx-r,
Dr. O. P.. Bri-rham, Drawer 2s, Utica, X, V.
September 77 lv.
Dissolution Notips.
"V0T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
th fiartnersldn heretofore eiL-tin be
tween Lakio t JH.t'T was iii-'-.Ke'l, bj
mutual consent, on tlie l.'.th day of Jul v. 1371.
The bu.ir.e- will be carried on at the old
Uxi br D. K. Lakiu. ho will aJWi sll.!,bu
dueth firm and settle all debts aain.H the
firm.
D. R Lair.
J. T. lUostr.
r.. C Va Hooten is auth-irized o receir
svl recrij ir all bill and acmm(,M due the
nrnt. JI. H JJIl.
I)RIT-NEW DESIGNS CF fTAN
dard feruoW at
FEIENItLYS.
DR. TIERCE'S,
STANDARD
REMEDIES
Are not advertised a "cure alls," but are pe-
cities in the diseases for which they, are recojn
mended.
IN'ATUHAL SELECTION.
Investigations of natural science have demon
strated beyond controversy, that throughout
me auimai Kiuguom the "survival or, icenitest
is the only law vouchsafes thift and peretuity.
Does not the same principle govern the commer
cial prosperity nf man! An inferior cannot
supersede a siqierioi article. By reason of
superior merit, Dr. Pierce's Standard Medicines
have outrivaled all others. Their sale in the
United State alone exceeds one million dollar
per annum, while the amount exputed foots
up to several hundred thousand more. No
business could grow to such (rigantic pro)ortions
and rest upon any other basis than that of
merit.
DH. SAGHTS
CATARR REMEDY
i'tratunt to it.
DR. SAGE'S
CATARRH REMEDY
lit Cure ureml attr m period of 90 ttmrt.
Dlt. SAOK'3
CATAHHH REMEDY
Salt roMttamtly imnrtatrr.
DR. SAGnr
CATARRH REMEDY
Cvrt 1J Ut Mild, Sootiimr SfftcK
DR. SAGWS
CATARRH REMEDY
Cmre " Cold in Head" and Cvtnrrk,
' Otira.
AX OPEX LETTER.
It Speaks For Itself.
Rockport. Mass., April 2, 1877.
Mr. Editor: Havisg read in your paper re
port of the remarkable cures of catarrh, I am
induced to tell "what I know about catarrh,"
and I fancy the "snuff" and "inhailing rube"
makers (mere dollar grabbers) would be glad if
they could emblazon a similar cure in the pa
pers. For 20 years I suffered with catarrh.
The nasal pasages became completely closed.
"Snuff," "dust," "aslies," "inhaiUng tubes,"
and "sticks," wouldnS work though at inter
vals I would sniff up tie so-called catarrh snuff
until I became a valuable tester for each medi
cines. I gradually grew worse, and no one can
know how much ( suffered or what a niuerabhi
being I was. My head ached over my eyes so
that I was confined to my bed for many success
ive days, suffering the most intense pain, which
at one time lasted continuously for 108 hours.
All sense of smell and taste govt, sight and
hearing impaired, bodv shrunken and weak
cued, nervous system shattered, and constitu
tion broken, and I was hawking and spitting
seven-eights of my time. I prayed for death
to relieve me of n.y suffering. A favorable
notice in your pa(r of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Kemedv induced rut to purchase a package.
and use it with Dr. Pierce's Nasal lVuche,
which applies the renedy by hpdrrwtatic pres
sure, the only way compatible with common
sense. Well Mr. Elitor, it did not cure me
in three fouths of a second, nor in one hour or
month, but in less tlun eight minute I was
relieved, and in three mouths entirely cured,
and have remained so f r over sixteen months.
While using the Catarrh liemcdy, I used Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medici.1 Discovery to purify
my blood and stregthtn my stomach. I also
kept liver active and bowels regular by the use
of his riea-ant Purgati.e Tellets. If my ex
perience will induce oth.-r sufferers to seek the
same means of relief, this letter will have
answered its purpose. Yours truly
S. I). IvEMKK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.
The following named parties are among the
thousands who have been cured of catarrh by
the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy :
A, Y. Downs, New Geneva, Pa. ; D. J.
Browh. St. Joseph, Mo. j K. C. Lewis, Rut
land, Yt ; Ijevi Springer, Nettie Lake, Ohio ;
Chas. Norcrop, North Chesterfield, Me. ! Mil
ton Jones, Scrilia, N. Y. : J. K. Miller, Bridger
Station, Wyo. ; J. C. Merriman, Logansport,
lnd. ; M. M. T1, Logansport, lnd. ; J. W
Bailey, 'i'remout. Pa. ; H. B. Ayrcs, La Porte,
lnd. ; Jesiie M Sears, Ft Branch, lnd. s L.
Williams, Canton, Mo. ; W. A. Thayer, Onar
ga, 111. j S. B. Siihols, Jr., Galveston, Texas;
Jonas F. lieinM, Stotiesville, Pa. ; S. W.
Lusk, McFarlnsd, Wis. ; Johnson Williams,
ilelmick, Ohio ; Mrs. M. A. Currey, Trenton,
Tenn. i J. G. Jiwlin, Keene, N. If. j A. J. Cas
per, Table Rock, W. Va. j Louis Anders, Gays
port, Ohio; ('. H. Chase, Elkhart, Iud. ; Mrs.
Ilenry Haight.Sau Francisco, Cal. ( Mrs. K.
M. Gallusha, 1 iwrenceville, N. Y. ; W. J.
Graham, Adel, Iowa: A. O. Smith. Newman,
Ga. ; Chas. E. Rice, Baltimore, Md. ; Jesse M.
Sears, Carlisle, lnd. : Dan'l B. Miller, Ft.
Wayne lnd. ; Mrs. Minnie Amaise, 2.H) De
lancy Street, New York ; If. W. Hall, Hast
ings, Mich. ; Wtl F. Marston, Lowell, Mass. j
I. Vv". Roberts, Maricopa, Arir. ; Chas. 3. le
laney, Harrisburg, Pa. ; M. C. Cole, Ijowell,
Mass. ; Sirs. C. J. Spnrtin, Camden. Ala. j
Chas. F. Kaw, l'redricktown, Ohio j Mrs. Lu
cy Hunter, Farruington, 111. ; Ca.pt. K. J.
Spsulding, Camp Statnbaugh, Wyo. ; I. W.
Tracy, Steaiubcat R'ck, Iowa ; Mr. Lydia
Waite, Shnshan. N. Y. ; J. SL Peck, Junction
City, Mont. ; Henry El. Bantae, Cal. ; L. Y.
Cuininings, Ran:oul, III. j S. E. Jones, Charles
ton Four Corners, N. Y. J Geo. F. Hall, Pueb
lo, Cal. ; Wm. Yr Bartrie, Sterling, Pa. ; II. H.
Ebon, 018 Pens Street, Pittsburg, Pa. : J. R
Jackman, Sam it l's DeKt, Ky. j Henry oh
rist, Geneva, N. Y, i Mi Hattie Parrott,
Montgomery, Ohio; L, Redbrook, Chatham,
HI. ; H. B. McCoy, Nashport, Ohio; W. W.
Warner, North Jaoxsoo, Mich. : Mis Mary A,
Winne, DSrien, Wis. j John Ziegler, Carlisle
Springs, Pa. ; James Tompkins, St Cloud,
Minn. ; Enoch Du?r, pawnee City, Neb. ; Jo
seph T. Miller, Xmia, Ohio ; K B. Nicholls,
Galveston, Tex. ; 'H, 1 Laird, l'per Alton,
I1L ; John Davis, Presoott, Aria. (Air. Nancy
Graham, Forest Cov. tVn. .
(Joldrii Medical Discovery
It Alterative cr Eloodirfeuiiiig,
(.ohlm Medical Discovery
L fectoral.
(solden Mcdicnl Discovery
It a Ctolag'fne, or Liver 8tiDalaat
(soldcii Aleilintl Discovery
It Tonic
(ifiidoii Medicrtl Discovery
By reason of its Alterative iisopertica, cures
DWase nf the Blood and Skin, as Scrofula,
or King's Evil ; Tumors : Ulot-rs, or Old Sores:
Blotches ; Pimple ; snd Eruptions, By virtu
of its Pectoral properties, it cures Bronchial,
Throat, and Lun, affections; Incipient Con
FUMptinu : Lingei-i.'ig Cought ; and Chronic
IjH-yngitis. lis Ch'lagogue projerties render
it an uneiiialed remedy for Billisne; Tor
pid Liter : or "Liver Complaint;" and its Ton
ic properties makes it equally efficacious in
curing Indigestion, lmi of Appetite, aud Dys-p-iia.
Where the skin is sallow and covered with
blotches siel pimples, or where there are scrof
ulous swellings anl affections, a few bottles of
(olden Mecical Discovery wiU effect an entire
cure. If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
hae sallow color of skin, or yellowish-brown
sprrt on face or body, frequent he-sdache or
diiwineM. Id taste in mouth, internal heat or
chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, and
tongue coatd, yirj are sufferinj from Torpid
Liver, or "Billiousness," In many cases of
"Liver Complaint," only part ut these symp-
I tons are et(n-noeL As a uerr.edy t' au
! so h rssss. Ir. Pierce's Gol len Medical Dis
f T7, "Z Z T hlhr
, lf"m? tbe Urer V bfJJl
covery has no equal, as it arlVt jx-rfrrt cures,
: THE PEOPLE'S MEDiCAL, SERVANT.
Ir. B. V. Pirsrs is ths sols proprietor sl "so
fi1urr ".f tb b,rr-iair rrale. wl o "ks-h are
JILT HninsU. II is tlv tbs Aatborol tb
! People' C.nn. fam Me.ll A?.
"T "'"T-"4 b -' ".JT
I kM ,4,1 o tb popolsr wir w'w
sopies.
tnat fitlfmta, II 30. A4f
R. V. PIERCE, M. D
WoHd't pisocniary, Buffalo, N. Y.
S. H. FRIENDLY,
t ' ' HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LAGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BROUHT
OUR STOCK OF
CLOTHING
ha been largely increased and we can show as
handsome a line of ready made goods iu
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found In the country, and at prices
that cannot fail to satisfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading styles and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
and
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colon,
ftlcauhcd A Unbleached Cotton Finn
Ladies' and Gents' Undorwcar,
SHAWLS aud SCARFS; I
- ! - Ji I-.'
Robinson & Church.
DKAI.EKS IN
S1IELF& HEAVY HARD WARE
have hie
Best Selected Stock in Oregon
I A.
O X Xj. A. 3FS. 23flCAX3::
BEFORE PURCHASING, QO TO
A. V. PETERS CO.,
Dealers in General IMorchamlise, ami examine the CVleltratel
WIIITE SEWIXG rAOlIIXE,
The best ami most complete of
able
WAGONS, HACKS AND BU001ES !
ON HAND, AND MADE TO ORDER OF THE REST EASTEHN MATERIAL
As our Facilities nre equal to any Estabdishmet in the State,
Wc can Promise our Patrons First-Slas Work in every Bespsct.
llErAIRIXG DOXE OX SHOUT NOTICE.
GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. AS YuU WILL FIND,
TllJS PRICKS JO
Factory corner Olive and Seventh
I iif )TV i y
I Hit J.'J1 Z- -vl K
THE WOEOaD-KElTOWITnD
Wilson imm PieiiiuE
in workmanship la equal to a Chronometer Watch,
and as elegantly finished as a first-class Piano. It;
received the highest awards at the Vienna and Cen
tennial Expositions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FAST
ER than other machines. Its capacity 13 unlimited.
There are moro WIL&ON MACHINES sold In tho
United States than tho combined salco of all tho
Others. THE WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT, for
doing all kinds of repairing, WITHOUT PATCHINC,
given FREE with each machine. A Ccrtificsto Is given
with each Machine, guaranteeing to keep It in repair,
free of charge, for five years. It requiro3 no special
Instructions to learn how to uso it. Satisfaction
guaranteed, or no pay. Machines delivered free of
charge anywhere In tho United States.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue, and ask for sample of mending,
and our Circular No. 197 for further Instructions for buying machines
upoii terms stated In the Catalogue.
wasteI.1 WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
837 V 829 Broadway, New York; New Orleans, La.;
Cor. State and Madison 8ts., Chicago, Ills.; and San Francisco, Cal. '
For Sale by all First-Class Dealers, &
Agency at ths Crangs Stora. E. W. BARNES, Agcr.t
Stolen.
ITIEOM THE UNDERMINED, LTVINCJ
1 6 miles at of llarrithtirs, a the lf'd
inst., a rosn sUllion, MI an-1 bridle. Th
Lon is IS han't bigb, lrvy lui!t, H yearn olil,
and branHH "L" n th lft shoulder. I will
fnj a suitaMe reward Ut the capture (A the
thief and return of the burst.
HOBACE LAXE.
i ana Ur;-'t r y.r I'rri ,-ht tn E is.-fne.st
I'F.I INDIA'S
TceUGENE.
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS in the leading ttyle.
OIL CLOTHS for fhr and table ut.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would call sii-ial attention to our stook of'
I Mens' and Hoys' nn Francisco Boots,
! Which we have sold for a number of years with'
j great satisfaction. Every pair arrauted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMING
UTENSIUS. CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at.
astonishlv low rates.
livei;pool t carmen island salt.-
i Highest price lor all kinds" of p:od'ie and,
I woo:l.
II. FIIIIDLY.
HAVE FOR sale
at the LOWES'!
Rates
IRON. STEEL,"
AXES. ANV1LS.:
NAILS, ROPE
Cable Chains,
Glas, I'ntt,'
Tublennd Pocket
CUTLERY.
GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION,-'
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Blasting Powder,
FL-hiuir Tackle.
Etc.. Etc.
We invite an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
price will suit the
times.
all, ami sold on the mott reason
terms.
M U lilt. I1.'.U..
Streets, Eugene Cil;, Oregon.
. Kinsey & P?ge.
tinj tin
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I IOK LTENA VISTA RTONE WAKF g
T. (i. HENDRIC KS
lOSEIU l: AND HAN Jt'AN LIMS
fur sale '3
T. (1. HENUl'.K'KS.
rPIIK ItKVr RlIOi: KVER BROCGHT TO,
1 to till, market, st t.r t,
t.;. H N UltldCS.
KOI KUII.1--l.Lsll un sfnlluf
GEOCEBir.S & PROVISIONS
' n ! sr!te 'hf Vitino of ho-i'l'"'r.
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Valuable
Invention