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. Helping the Judge. .
Tbe Ii. V. EdwtrJ Everett Halo
tells, ia the Independent, ol a judge
who was preparing a law lecture, and
had every chair and table i.i hU utiidv
covered with .open boolm, from which
ho waa cIIatiu material. Hit tit
ter, Miranda, uudtrtook t- put the
apartment iu order, with the follow
ing reiiult: "Biddy, her chief of
staff, eager to be of uue, tlmt up all
the look and put them on the
shelves. Miranda returned to the
room in horror and cried, .'We shall
both bo killed when he comes home!'
'Xiver jo' fear, mum,' said 15id(?y,
Til make it all right.' And sure
enough, when the Judge saw the
room, JJiddy lad produced thirty
law books 'from the nh.lve, and
opened them in imitation ol the as
pect she 'had found them in, and he
was left to go on with his lecture as
best he might with the aid of Uuldy's
Subscribe (or the ( (Miin. Thirty col
umn! of reading matter for $'.'.50 per year.
Wanted. We want twenty corde of I
ood for suWiption te the Ol'iHD. Bring
on your wood and we are rawiy to receive it.
Don t bring knot that the 'devu can t split.
Sucmn at Last. A tadiant yeung
ieuow shook our hand with a vio
like grip yentcrday as bo ejaculated in
volcanio words: 'Congratulate me!
congratulate me! I am the happieet
man wis si Jo ol theElysian fields.
At last, at last! What is it? Won i
dottery prize? Faugh! She has con
euiej sue nan promised to marry
me xne prettiest girl in it -mucky
the girl who jilted me seven times
before she said yes. Five long years
have I loved her. I wooed her ar
dently, gallantly; I had money; I
was young; I was not bad'h okiner.
But she refused me. I sought honors
and eminciioe in my profession. I
gained them; 1 laid them at her feet;
she declined them. Savon separate
limes had I been refused. I was
in despair; I was losing my own res
pect, and probably hers, and I deter
mined to juit, to go away, to look
upen her lace no more. I packed my
trunks for Leadville. I started out
to buy my ticket,' whn a plan flanhed
to ine a plan, a plan, a plan! I
went oack. I tried it. I wenf"
"And the plan?" 'I hired myself to
her father as coachman."
, Of Gen. Lee's taste lor rigid sim
plicity a correspondent of tho Her
ald, of JJoston, says: "One of hi In
pector Generals, Col. Murray, was
quite advanced in lifo, and some
menus, wishing to contribute to hi
comfort, had presented him with
usnionea campchair. Tents had
oeen struck and the baggage all
packed in tho wagons preparatory to
pinning on mo day's march, all ex
tpi tno cushioned chair, in which
tho Colonel sat, waiting to j. in the
General as he passed. A, lew mo
ments later General Leo rode up. r&
M...I...I l. - I I I I- ' '
Kuiueu uju voionei lor a moment,
and then quietly remarked: 'Col.
Murray, I would advise you, the next
tine wo start en a campaign, to
iriiig yeur centre table with vou
It is needless to say that that chair
was never again seen at the army
Too Heavy ton Him. This romes
ironi ;Waterford, London county,
A colored meeting was lately held
in this place, at which the attendance
was large and the converts numerous.
The stove pipe happening to fall, tho
minister asked one of the breddrein
to put it in pesition again. Brother
Johnson essayed to do it, but, being
rather slow, the eld minister said,
Tiokitnp, brudder, pick it up; de
Lord won't let it burn you."
Brother Johnson, with faith in the
assurance, seined the hot pipe, and of
uuuree nan nis nana blistered. He
dropped it with the inappropriate re
mark, "De debbil ho won't!"
It was just a little too heavy for
him. Harper's Drawer.
These great nam relieving and curative reih-
(lira have already worked their way into ev
ery hamlet where the English language ia
(token. That the reputation of and demand
for men remedies an these are should extend
and increaee, coillJ not bo otherwise. There
U no pain, soreness or swelling which they will
not alleviate. There are but exceptional cases
of constitutional humor and distorted Joint.
which they do not cure, and none they will
not benefit. 1 bey are toothing, alMorblng and
emollient. X bey extract tne pain Iron and
heal burmand acaliU without near. ForRheu
matic affection, paina in the baek, stiff joints,
wound, strains and eruptions, tliev act with
absolute certainty. These preparations are of
two kinds, the family and the Animal Lini
ment being universally adapted to the exter
nal ailment of man ana be.ist, the name of
the Half Horse and Half-Man Centaurs waa
naturally attached to t'.iera. They perform
cure never before effected by any remedy.
Undoubtedly more of them are sold than of all
other linimeut. ointmente. oils, embrocation.
plasters and so-called pam-klller combined.
1 tie VV lute Centaur Liniment cure itneu-
mutism, Sciatica. Lumbago and Tie doul-
It relieve Neuralgia and all kinds of pain.
It heals wound, sore, sail and poisonous
It cures Itch, Pimple and Halt Rheum.
It subdue inflammation and pain.
It cure broken breasts and sore nipple.
ioiI. Felons, etc.. are rendered nearly pain
Contracted Cord and stiff joint are limber
Mr. I Kirbv. 800 Eight Avenue. X. Y.:
Had Klieumatism and Lrvsipela 7 years.
Cured; lotal cost; one dollar.
R. F. STOHY.1G5W. 21st St. X. Y.: In
flammatory Klieumatism: ankle suppurated:
foot turned black; amputation recommended.
Cured and leg saved by two dollar worth of
CeuUur Liniment Had spent several hun
dred dollar with physicians and for other
Jacob uyhu, iselltuir, la., hobbled on a
cnitch 6 years; maturated sore leg. Cured.
Lost; 50 cents.
Mk.s. Catharine Ltkch, South Boston. In
flammatory Klieumatism; hands, feet ami
joints drawn out of shape. Cured. Cost, tt
It. HNcr, (17 year old, West Windsor, Ea
ton Co., Mich.; ilheumatism 10 year. Cured.
P. T. Bahni'm. the celebrated showman says:
"My teamster and veterinarie speak iu the
highest, terms of the Centaur Liniment,
1 HE yellow Centaur Liniment is the
BBT REMEDY ever in our stables. We have
.ised it upon hundreds of horses. Signed:
H. Mahmii, Sunt AdamH Express Co. sta-
bleu, N. Y.
K. 1'iXTJl, Sept. V. S. Expres Co. tables,
N. H. Ou.v, Snpt National Exres Co. sta-
mes, i. x.
P. McUiiath, Ew, tbe great Kentucky
horse and mule breeder, iwthj Nefliing to lie
compared with it (the Yellow Liniment), has
been used en my stock.
Ten thousand similar testimonials could be
There isdo doubt,No UNCkhtainty as to what
the Centaur Liniments will do. lhey per
form more than is advertised fr them every
time, lhey are reliable, they are cheap, and
they are everywhere attainable.
Tho Centaur Co. 46 Dry Hi, N. Y.
Psoil am retting arqualaVeU-u4 thus wM
.aMautoeghttobe with thewoweerral merit of
that gnat Aawrioaa Remedr. Um
FOB, VAX AND J EAST.
Thlsllnlmrntrvrr natulan? originated in Ameri
ca, where Nature ptovMea In her laboratory nick
surprising antidotes for the maladies of her chil
dren. Its fame has been spreading for S3 years,
until now It encircles the habitable-globe.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment Is a matchless
remedy for all external ailments of man and beast.
To stock owners and fanners It Is Invaluable.
A slngla bottle often save hnman life or re
stores the usefulness of an excellent bone, ox.
cow, or sheep.
It cures foot-rot, hoof-ail, hollow horn, grub,
Brew-worm, shoulder-rot, mange, the bite and
stings of poisonous reptiles and Insects, and every
such drawback to stock breeding and bush life.
It cure every external trouble, of horse, suck
as lameness, scratches, iwlnny, sprains, founder.
wind pill, ring-bone, etc., etc.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment is the quickest
cure In the worll for accidents occurring In 'the
family, In the absence of a physician, such 'a
burns, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rheuma
tism, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Far.
tlcularly valuable to Miners.
It Is the cheapest remedy la the world, for It
penetrates the muscle to the bone, and a single
application 1 generally sufficient to cure.
Mexican Mustang Liniment I put up la three)
size of bottles, the larger one being proportloo
telymueh tbe cheapest Sold everywhere.
Eugene City, Or.
;Mr. Gould's house, at Forost
(nve, with its contents, was burned
last week. Loss, $2000: insurance,
. The Great Kepublio Wrecking
Company have declared a dividend of
. m per cent, on the capital mock, pay
able in ten days.
Southern Oregon millers are offer
mar 55 cents a bushel fer wheat on 30
days' time and 00 cents when
months' time is given them.
J. T. Moss of Milton, this year
raised 48 potatoes that weighed 81
jiunue. ne raisod on the
grounu, two yeurs ago a
weighed 7J pounds.
The Clatsop county oourt has made
the following tax levy: School tax,
3 nulla; state current expense, 4
mills; outstanding warrants, 3 mills;
vuuutjr iu ruins, iotal 20 mills.
Nothing has been heard of Wm.
Webster, the young nun who in the
delirium of a raging U-ver, epran-'
from the second htory window of the
hotel at WilUit'e sprmcs several
The irreat success of 1'ltvlier's Cantorla l be
cause of its power t J a-l mi Lite the food in the
stomachs ol children. Thus, our cuitl, vom-
Itlnif wlnu-colio and iliarrliova ira tiravnn,.!
Castoria contains neither mineral, morphine,
ur au-uiioi. unilKe l astor li It is as t mu.
ant to take a honey, and unlike iiarcotio Sv-
ruiw, it is harmless. It allava
and is death to worms. When the child has
health the mother can rest
Wei Dc iflcycr's
Just Received a
(Suceessora to O. V. PIERCE, M. A)
rm. R. V. I'lFIICF. hsrlni setmlred a world-will
reputation la Hie Ireslmrut of Chronic Dlsrsw-t,
mulllne In a professional business "far exetllng
hit. liHlirldudl ahllllr to eondurt. some yean aso
Induced seversl nmlieal renllenien to associate theni
lva with him. as tin Tai-ultv at Uie W orlil's Dl
in Ik-nartnirnl nr wh rh
llll Uie INVALIDS' MOTtL.
nentm nr. tbe Coniulthi
since been merred wl
Tlie organisation lias been complete! nn.l Inrnrpo
rsted iimb-r Hie name and style of WaeM-s Dlsscw
aary Madleal AaiUIIa, with Uie following oilicers:
Hon. R. V. Ptxni I, Pro. 1. 1. Pirc, Y. Pro.
Jxo. E. PiiHtx, Sec Usrii U. bMiTii, ivtoa,
' MIKE PIITMCUXS AW CRSK01S of emi
nence and nklll Invi- liM-n ciiost-n as tlie faculty.
11 HO.NIC DlBllAhta of all forms come wiUua the
tirovltim of our m-vi-ral aneelaltlHS.
LCNtt BlHtAE.-Thls dWIilon of practice I j
Bient and skill. BronrliTal, Throat, and Lung 1I
eaM tn-ntfl with th most succesi-ful results.
D1RKA8U or WOMEM-Kspeclsllrarrour facili
ties of a superior orUir for Uie cure of ail those
ebronle IIm-hi-s Henllar to females. .
SKHVSH ItlSKaeUk Paralysis, Nerrous t)ebll
Itv, ICpllepsy KIU, Chorea (bLVIlu.'s Dance), fteu
ra'lKla, and oUier 'nervous aueetlons, recelre the
attention of an txptrt In this sihtIhIiv.
mot NrxusaAHV TO T i"ATltNT-Br OUT
orlsinal sysuui of dbHimnls. we can treat many
Chronic diseases as sucuewlully without as with a
prrsoual eousultaUon. t or particulars tee " People's
Common Bt-uae Meutcai Aiivwr" 11
post-pabl for II Jul or" Invall Is'aml 'I
hook " IIHI ti,-. 10 rf nta noL-oaldL
SLUBICAL asth-Auiong Uie operations which
we are called upon saobt fn-iDentiy to 'perform, are
those for Nasal Polypus, Harelip, Tumors, Fistula
In Ano, Piles, Hernia (llupturel,lljr.lu)cele(l)nmy
of Uie bcrotum). Varicocele, OrarUa and I'lerliie
Tumors, CHIculi (Stone In the iiladilerl, Stricture,
eic etc. We also treat successfully, by a new meth
od without surgical operation. Cancers, Club-leel,
bplual Currature, and oUier deformities, (see pam
phlet entitled, 'Motion a a CuraUve Agvut," sent
vn receipt of 10 cents.)
Address, World'l CllPSalUT Ktlltsl inoclltlos,.
In Dorris' Mil Building,
Groceries "i Provisions,
S ill keep on band a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meat,
Tobacuo, Cigars, Candies,
Candle, twain, Notiotu,
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Busiues will be conducted on a
Which mean that
Low Prices are Established
Goods dtlivfrfd without 'harge to Unyci
Ml KINOSOFPROHCb W,VJL'C
!'r which i will pay the ighest pricemarket
' I1.IJUI psges, srnt
ml TourbtU' OulJe
In the Comity Court of the State of Cregon,
fur the county of Lane.
In the matter of the e-tate of U. G. Dav
enport, deceased. Citation.
To Ktfio Davenport, Nancy Buckner, Sarah
A. Drake, Frank K. Davenport, Saninn
tlin E. Davenport and tfonora Davenport,
heh" of H. G. Davenport, dtceased, greet
ing: IX THE XAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, you are hereby cited and required
to apiear in the County Court of the State of
Oie'on. for tlie county of Lane, t the court
room thereof, at Eugene City, in the county
of Lane, on Monday, the Int dayof Septeuilier,
187'J, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day,
then and there to show cause, if any there be,
why an order should not be made 'authorizing
the sale of Lot Xo. 2 in Block Xo. 1G. in Eu
gene City, in Mulligan's donation to Lane
County, Oregon, and the X. W. it of -.Sec. 10,
1. lb S. It. 1 est, containing lbu acres.
Witnish, the Hon. Joxhua J. Walton
-A -s Jmlgeof theCotinty Court of the
( epiT I State of Oregon, for the county
( I ot 1.UHO, nitli tlie aeal ot said
v ' Cuiirt affixed, thi 7th day of
JlllV, A. IK I81II.
Attest: .KIEL WARE. Cotirrty Cleric
MARSHAL'S NOTICE OF SALE.
rvroTicE is hereby givex that i
i. . have taken up ai-d will offer for sale at.
Humphrey' stable 011 h'aturdaV, the 23d day
August, IB:;, two horses, supposed to be three
ynr old. one a linht bav with white face: the
other snrrell with white forehead: found run
ning at larve in violation of the Citv Law of
Eugene City. J. E. ATTERHERY,
I it v Marshal.
I c.kay's srictuit tir.DKIM:.
TRADE MsrK.TIh, Great Kng-TRADE M1K(
& Seminal Weak
and all diseases
that follow as a
Tl P m 1 wnnniiM of Siulf.
Abue; a Los- r
Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pain in the
Duck, Dimness of Vision, Premature old age,
and many other diseases that lead to Insanitv
or consumption and a premature grave.
se'Full particular iu our pamphlet, which
we desire to send free by mail to every one.
"The Siiecitio Medicine is sold by all dmtr-
I gists at $1 per package, orsix packages for ta,
or will be sent free by mail on receipt of the
money ov auuressini?
Xo. 10 Mechanic' Blocks Detroit. Mich.
i-'olj in Eugene City and everywhere in
the United States and Canada, by all whole
srle and retail druggists.
All Local Skin Diseases;
Permanently Beautifies the
"Complexion, Prevents and Reme
dies Rheumatism and Gout,
Heals Sores and Injurie3
op THf Cuticle, and
is a Reliable Disinfectant.
This popular and inexpensive remedy
accomplishes the same results A3
costly Sulphur Baths, since it per-
If AVENTLY REMOVES ERUPTIONS tnd
Irritations of the Skin.
CompleXional Blemishes are al
ways obviated by its use, and it renders
the cuticle wondrously fair and smooth.
Sores, Sprains, Bruises, Scalds,
Burns, and Cuts are speedily healed
by it, and it prevents and remedies Gout
It removes Dandruff, strengthens
tlie roots of the Hair, and preserves its
youthful color. As a Disinfectant of
Clothing and Linen used in the sick
room, nnd as a Protection against
CoxTAcnous Diseases it is unequaled.
Physicians emphatically endorse it
Pricer-25 and 50 Cents per Cake;
per Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N.B. Serlt by Mail, Prensid, on receipt of price,
and 5 cents rvri for eac!i Cake.
"HILL'S HAH AND WHISKEB DYE,"
Black r Brown. 30 Cent, y
C.S.CrittcntoD, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av. M. Y.
A Specific Remedy for A I
r Anb Kid; oys
oFor Debility. Los of Memory. Indi.
t Exertion OJ business. Khnrtn.. Biit'
Troubled with Thought of Disease, Dimness
mum, x-aiu in tne obck, uiest, and Heat
Rush of Blood to the Head. Pd nnn.t.
and Dry 8kin.
If thee symptom are allowed to go on, Terr
frequently Epiletie FiU and Consumption fol
low. When the constitution become affected
it requires the aid of an invigoratin i medicine
to strengthen and tone up the iv item
Kelmfc old's Bnc&d
DOES IN EVERY CASE
By any remedy known. It is presc ribed
the most eminent physician all over the world
l; c. UNDERWoou.
J. & I'KDERWOOD.
IP II P
l lie most Important discovery in medicine
since vaccination, is that of a real ci re for Ca
tarrh, by Dr. F. V. Wki Dk .Meyer, of X. Y.
A pamphlet containin fact and proofs of the
" wing eriorme(i ity the wnndrrftil rem
edy, can be obtained gratis of Messrs. D. B.
DLWKY A CO., agents, No, 46 Dey Street,
New ork. The testimonials therein con
tained, are the most remarkable on medical
reconi. 1 ne l lire is .lelivered at ?1.M for sin
Kje pai kiwe, or b packa-e for $7.50. Send for
IV W pamphlet.
It is irenerallv atimuwil 1, i.l, .-.,'.,:. ... 1 1
the teoile L'enera lv tliat llv.,, I
. - r, , - - j vou lies i
nivai latuy te rure-l, hut w are pliam d to say
thattireen' August Flower haj never, tn our
knowletige, faihtl to cure !'sp.isia Mid Liver
v-uimiut m au iu minis, sue i a Sofr Stotu
ach, Cwtiveness, Sick 11. ail he, pi.liiiUtion
of the Heart, Indig.vtion, bal taste in the
momn,c. uu t ot .W,(HI d Zen Is I ties sold
thousands of comti.imriit ry tters received
from (iniggista of won., rfull cur.. Three
u.wrs win reuev a IV m.m !', Sun...
LARGE Assortment CF
GENERAL J BROKERS
BUY AND HELL
Money Received on Deposit!
And the Sale of
R 33 .A L ESTATE
Particular Attention Given to
I Cunar cticut and New Zeaiard Insurance Cumpaaiea.
WELLS FARGO & Co.
Fujcene c llj, . . Orrron.
Aches and Paini.
Order. General Debility,
. a . . Ol V DID
iiprnnn I nnrnn I K nho General m-Heaitk
kiiuijuui x luiiuuii vx U'uuui;
ONLY 2 o0 TEll YEAR
Joit Work to
igainst Loss by Fire
Chas. Lauer, Ag't.
fc-3 VI SI M
m M M hi
, NOT 1" IT. rn send
fir niir M:w I'ltlcB
LIST. Mih ii...ili.t
tlmn evt-r. Ciiiiialiii
. ilesrriiitlotis nf vr
tlnnit riqulml for
. . Tentorial or r.itmu
Kltll OTrr l(ViO lllnMrail,.i,i .....I
C?"'f 'V ,N,i""l'will I We sell all sooU
at wliulcwlc ITU . In iiiiantlilrs to suit tlie mir
cliaser. Tli only lii-.ru Htii.ii in Amrrlra b
UriK'hlstliHrs-. a Mi,hie,. A.lilress.
v 1. ' . - . ......
. if m.u OJ I If..
J 4 t WabuaU Ave., Cliicajro, Ilia
Ifroa an man of business, weakened by the strain of
n jourduum. arold stlmuluiu aod am mm
II yos are maa of 1 Httr loillnr ow yonr thJdnkiii
Vortt tO rtTfitlB brmjn iis.t-a. nH .I.e. ej-is.
EniXI??aiy4 mt!aiv from aiTiDdlsrrotlMl
' ' " J y miv U-J I IIU or Sll (TW, OI: OT
Vjouic sutTerinif from poor bedth or Uwiah- ass
I mr on a bod ol sickur, n Ij on Q
m ay mm
w vuea i cent. -gular size 75 a nta,
sale by all drutrtrisU.
.. a r, receiving averr
Upplirt suited totlii aiatiet.
tooils are tuld low and
HAH OX KAXD
AT ONE PRICE TO ALL I
frtve us a call befnre TiurrhaiBJr, a it is no
UwibJ to f hew goods and give price. pl
CurrU of Itriukiu;.
A Ynutiff friem nf min. .r j
atil.le thirst forXiquor, which haJ so prt.
trated hitn that he was unable to do any busi
ness. !, , .ntirely cured by the us of
V." "iiw-ra. it allayetl all thai htirninif
thint, took away the appetite f.r liquor; ma-le
61 nerve rteady, and he ha remained a sober
and steady man for more than two year, and
ha no desir to return to hi cup; I "know of a
" V'V - ; ' """r mat have been cured of
...,,; oy it -rroro .Wing R. K Of
Dcial, thicaia, IU.
TAKEX UP I1Y THE SUBSCRIBER,
linn funr M..fUa. l '
einlT J ho7b" bJ hvh-ten
jearaoliL ivmie Uii.iU ma.rle.. .k . .
VI UiaUltia WrrMlVsTaMIafi Kai.l I a.
Place about the first of June last Th. owner
requettod to come toward, prov. pmrty,
P.T cliaprfe and Uke said nini, ,wv
GEVKGB W. KOBERTSw ,
LLTTEH Ml ADS
Chas. M. Horn.
PRACTICAL G UXS.M1TJ1.
Tir It rn TV rr-.. ...v. .
Cvl7ri"hin Tackle and materials.
IV ' Pairing done in the neatest style
jan,i warranted, bewing machines.
oaies, Lx-ks, etc, repaired.
Guns loaned and ammunition furnished.
Willamette st, opposite Astor House.
War has commenced In Europe!
R. G. CALLISON
JS ACAIX AT HIS OLD HIS OLD STAND
o Willamette Utrvet and having bought the
intereet of W. T. Oshitni in th. firm nf I'.lli.
son ft IWourn, is pep -rd to furnish all who
nay give him cai. mith th. nmiii rj
I J "'"Hi ny arpt in a first clas grurery
: ami urovUiun stre, such a ' I
I M'UAKS, TKA8. COFFEE.
Wut jour TT'eteiii wU dar.rlrr tomcc or
Bavsvoa 4-snwpsAi, kidnei tit nrfiwuy eemrialrt, dis
mm lb uomark, tmnlt. kfrorf, Hm-.arasrusf
YYosl will OS enrrd If yon ass
Urewarsslmplywnikand lowtnMrl're.trrltt Burt.
Insist upoa lb Tourdrsintlstkerralt.
It aaay aar y t life. It baa mv4 k4iw4b
Female Complaints, fco.
Headache. Pain In Cl.-.l.) r t.
inzzines. . Sour Stomach v,; n" i
Taste in the Mouth, Palpitation of the' heart.
.... ... w.o region 01 me Kianeya, and a 1 hou-
Pnful symptom, are the effspring
Invigorates the Stomach.
And stimulate the torpid Liver, Bewel. and
Kidney to healthv
I l , , -, , "V f asa VICMNU
Dloud ot ail lninuritiei. ttnH Immw
and vigor to the whole system.
A single trial will he quite sufficient to con
vince the most hesitating of it valuable reme
PRICE $1PER BOTTLE'
Or Six Bottles for 5.
fl4fCarkfllsllH.nsnl,ssntas4aRt, M itiUssm.
Tas UaftHtm Sumrk, Ltw s4 tlBpthfi.tll
asm. C syslntvma. 1 1 1. Mt liluvc.ua.
Is aa aW.hu sad Irrwta. M. nr. rv Sjaal ...nf
Bbsw1bbbIB ejal fsSnafrei tvtTOsKlrks BSsHsV
iM sxlilkumMI(,CstMsi.t... i.
LOOK Pane re;
prt paretl to do Job
rery LOW Rates.
CANNED (kKH., tobacco k
CHiAKS, CLASS AND Ol EENS
mul l and to viiMr all kim.s of ma.-i.in. rv.
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Delivered to any address free from
'Patient" may consult by reoeivinf
the same attention a by ing, by answering"
the following question:
1. Give your name and post-office addreo,
county and State, and your nearest sipres
2. Your are and ex?
4. Married or single ?
& Heht, weight, new and ia health f
6. How long have you been sick f
7. Your complexion, color of hair and eyeeT
8. Have you a stooping ur erect gait f
9. Rlat without M..rvina ail wm Lmnw
CrOUch if BrOWn, PrOD'S J"tyoureee , Encloeeone dollar a am-
our attention, and wa will giv you th fea
ture of your disease and ear candid opiaina
concerning a rare. ,
Competent pby icians stiead t
dent. All letter iboulu I addreaaed to
Dispensatory, 1217 FUburt Street, I'hilaocl
Eugene City Foundry
"E AkE NOW PREPAIED TO EX-
v ecv.'e all kui ot machine oHt to I
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IL T. HEM BOLD,
Druggist an Cbemiet,
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