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THE miUi CiTY GUARD
KDPKNE OlTf. OREGON.
A'iUHi)AY. 8KPT. WO. IS79.
No lore font for Darkles.
Thr ii no more room for darkies
in Kaniaa. So Bays Goytrntr St.
John in tin following letter to the
Kaoaai Sanitary Commission: "We
have already received and cared for
between 4,000 and 5,000 .of these
people (oolored rafngeti) here in Knn
ia. The labor market hag been, I
will aay, overstocked with them. It
is utterly impossible U obtain em
ployment for them now. The funds
of the Association are abeut exhaust'
J, and to send more of them here in
addition to the lumber that are al
ready here and must be previdod
for, would be a cruel outrage upon
the black roan, and will necessarily
result in much buffering on their part
for the want of food or the opportu
nity to earn it. So far as I am per
sonally eoncerncd I shall never of
ficially or otherwise forbid any hu
man being, who is willing to obey
the lawi and make an honet cflmt
to better his condition and become a
good citizen, from entering the State
of Kansas. I only say it would bo
an outrage upon the destitute blacks
to send them here now, in view of
tho facta that I have already stated
we have now on hand, including 100
sick and disabled, all it is possible
for our Committee to provide for."
The Springfield Republican com
menta as follows upon the faots
brought out by tin Wallace Com
mittee in Ne England: ''The
plain, unvarnished truth stands out
boldly in evidence that seruo of our
professedly best men who are'promi
nent manufactures, practically forbid
their employes from exercising the
right of suffrage free from interfer
ence. It is a disgraceful state of af
fairs, but we are forced to the ad
mission that the Federal Supervisors
were employed not to keep the peace
at the polls, but to keep nnti.Repub
lioan voters away; that these Super
visors, instead of preventing fraud,
eooonraged it by aiding to peroeoute
all opposed to the Republican candi
dates. It ia a fact developed by
Seuator Wallace Committee, that
no matter who offered a Republican
ballet it was accepted, and no ques
tions asked; whereas some of the best
men, seulally and morally, and all
...i t . .i
omers wno were ni an active in oppo
sition to the Republican party, were
carefully watched, and their every
move dogged by paid spoilers."
Some Conijlation. -
From late returns from California
it is ascertained that one Demooralio
Congressman is elected. The follow
ing is a lato dinpalch:
"It has beeu considered oertsin
lhatiu the third congrcssionol dis
trict MoKenua, republican, was
elected over Kerry, demoorat, by a
small majority, official returns from
ill except two comities, Humbolt
and Trinity, having been received.
Official returns just recoived from
Humboldt now give JJerry 173 ma
jority, which returns from Trinty can
tot materially change.
The Washiurrto i
. t . .. . . i
IjlUSl IIIIIIK4 II
tho duly of Congress to in
vestigate. John Sherman, ami so
hedge him about with law that he
cannot make a reckless deposit of
P'tblio funds for ,tlie benefit of his
friends without becoming criminally
liable. The Post forgtts that Sher
man's friend and patron, the present
occupant of the White House, will
iioia the veto
pewer through two
Senater Keck reminded his hearrrs
t Bowling Gren, that Mr. Hajcs
as member ef Congress, twice vol
cd to impeach President Johnson for
wu was called the wrongful use of
me veto power. But, remarks the
Cincinnati Enquirer, Andrew John
ton did not vet the repeal of laws
nd decline to veto an Apprepria
Uo Bill which centaioed legislation
bich h was unalterably oPPoc,.
In an interview iut rnbli.h .
Washing! hi, Gon. Ewing sayK "Ve
muss maao a poor msn's canvass and
go amoag the people with scrip and
Uff. The Republicans will have a
big advantage in having all the
money they can use. Wt have
ow ana very severe law in Oh
making all forms
J J . , J wJti IU bill!
idation punishable as penitentiary
offenses. We intend U see Ibstthe
Jaw is thoroughly eieeuted."
DR. HINTIE'S "SPECIAL" MEDI
CINES Art made from the brat material! obtainable.
Thev are not eure-alla. Ther are favorite Dre-
so-iotlon that have been tried and tented for
yearn iu hit exteniiv practice, until now the'
are absolutely perfect in tin troublee for whicl
they are recommended.
The Nephreticum works wonder in Kidno;
and Bladder comulaints. Thoee ufferinr wit!
Dropey, Brig) t' disease, Diabetei, Gravel,
Retention of urine, Pain in the back:, Jnoon
tinence, or any disease of the Kidney and Blad
der, will be astonished at the relief one bottle
For Female weakness it is absolutely with
out an equal
Vnr all Hinnnmlntl of the Liver.
Use Dr. Mintie's English Dandelion Liver
For Btllloiiauess and Dlsoepsla.
Uae Dr. Mintie' English Dandelion Liver
VVtv V.p niid A tm.
Uae Dr. Mintie'i EniflUh Dandelion Liver
Fv'ery family thoutd keep the Dandelion
Pilla on hatid.
K wlmt tlie druggists sav about Dr. Min-
tie'e medicines: "Everybody spealu highly of
them. C. H. Woodara . ua, arugjfisw,
Portland. "All who take them recommend
them." John A. Child. druggist, Portland.
Messrs. AbramsA Carroll, wholesale drusrgists,
San Franewdo, aay: "We regard Dr. Min.ie'i
Nephreticum ai the beat Kidney and Bladder
remedy before the public." All druggists keep
great English remedy has made more
cures of Nervous Debility,
y, seminal weakness,
Lost Manhood, noct irnul emissions, lassitude,
inability for mental labor, despondency, and
such diseases as are induce'! by youthfull fol
lies and excesses, than all other medicine com
bined. It is not a stimulant nor excitant, ia perfect
ly safe to take, ia not a quack nostrum, and
produce results are that wonderful.
Price, 13 a bottle. Four time) the quantity,
$10. Buy a bottle. It will not disappoint
you. Hidge, Davis Co., whole iale druggists,
Through Countless little oienings in the skin,
invisible except through a microscope, the per
spiration, in a atate of health, exudes, hour by
hour, night and day. The total obstruction of
these minute outlets would produce death; and
when they become partially blockaded, the
skin grows dry. yellow and finally diseased,
and the general health is injuriously affected.
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, by opening the pores.
removes eruptions and unhealth granulations
on the skin, and imparts to it a healthful clear
ness, humidity and smoothness, banishing from
the face or beauty complexlonal blemishes,
whether attributable to impurities in the
capillary circulation, or to undue exposure to
the sun and wind, for obstinate scorbutic
complaints, like the itch, salt rheum, and eryis
pclas, it is a sovereign remedy, being quite as
effective as Sulphur Baths, for such maladies,
well as rheumatism and gout It is wonder-
ously healing and soothing in its action, reun
iting the cuticle where broken by external in
juries, relieving the swelling and inflammation
attendant ujwn aprains, scalds and buise. and
curing the moat obstinate sores and ulcers.
The Medical Profession sanction its use, and.
from all classes of society, voluntary evidence
in its favor is continually emanating. Lt dies
of fashion prefer it to any siiuiliar accessory of
the toilet and the bath, since it promotes not
only health, but personal attractiveness. As
a disinfectant of disease-contaminated clothinz
it has no peer. After they have been washed
with Glenn's Sulphur Soap, garments and linen
from the aick room may be handled with per-
Sold bv clrtizimts. Price 2.T& per cake. 1
box (3 cakes)75c sent by mail, prepaid, on re
ceipt of price. C. N. Crittenton, Prnp'r, Sixth
avenue, New York. Hill's hair and whisker
dye, black or bown, 50c
Ladies, yon cannot mike fair skin, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes with all the cox.
metics of France, or beautifiers of the world,
while in poor health, tnd nothing will give
you auch good health, strength, buoyuut
spirits and beauty as Hop Bitters. A trial
is certain proof, bee another column.
Head uil I.earii For Yourself
Many valuable discoveries and much nse
fill knowledge is kept from the world, be
cause of the immense expense in making
them known to the people. This is not the
case with lioachee'n Herman Syrup, although
but a few years introbuced into this country
its sale now reaches in every towu and yil
liae in the U. 8. Its wonderful success iu
curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Pneum
onia, Asthma, and all other diseases of the
throat and lungs, was first made known by
distributing every year, for three years, over
400, CXI bottles to the afflicted, free of charge,
by Druggists. No such test of merit was
ever given before to any other preparation.
Coula you ask more? Go to your Druggists,
ami gut a bottle for 75 cents and trv it. Sam
ple bottlea 10 cent.
Fob Rent. Two rooms tuitable for of
fices, nnstuirs in Underwood i brick. Amlv
ai r.xpres oiuce.
mix's IIkpatio Kino is the best liver
remedy In the market. It cures Billiouaness,
Headache, Constipation. Jaundice. DvsoeiMia.
and all diseases arising- from the derangement
oi mai important organ, wntcn has been com
monly called the housekeeper of health Tut
van Auo unionist ui tun city uave ii, anu
win guarantee every Dottle, or money refunded.
The Publio Examination of temdiera will
be held ia Eugene Thursday and Friday, the
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon in
and for the county of Lane.
Emetine Wallace and Matthew Wallace, her
j Thomas Garsld and Ann Carslde, hi ife.de-
Suit in equity to foreclose mortgage on real
1 o I Soma lianude and Ann Garside. hi
wile, lb above named defendant:
I N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
JL uregon, you and each at you, are hereby
uiuiuuddu to appear in aaiu court and answer
uie complaint td tn plamt'tfa tiled herein,
on or belore Monday, the third day of Novem
ber, l;y, that bt-in th f.mt day of th term
of court following the time prescribed ia the
order for publication of summons, or pUintitf
will apply to the court for the rel ef demanded
therein, naiueiy, a judgment for the sum of
tiv thousand dollars in gold coin of the
United Mate witn interest thereon at on per
cent, per month, since October 12th, 18'S, and
a decree for the sale of the ioUowimr (WriUl
real property, in tane county. Uregon, to-wit:
The lXnation claim of Matthew v 'lia and
wife. Mot, Stl'JS in Section 27 and St ia Town
ship 17 South of Kang four West, containing
tM acne, aUo eotnnwucing at th Northwest
eorier of said claim, turnce West lot chs,,
thence Koutu -17.tJcn,, thence East loi ch.,
than o North 47.KO chs, to th place of begin
ning, con ainingl7.40 acres of land aad for auch
other and further relief as to th court aiay
(rem equitable and just
It is ordered br the esurt ths ttmutrsKU
3. F. Watson. Judv. dated Srnfemhu lVh '
1878, that service ol sunuaoo b mad oa yoa
bypubucatioei ia tbeEugeneGiaao,aiMWa
per bublubed ia aaid oountv. tor ait eonaaca-
nveweeta. u. H. DOKK1S.
r4 Maintul Atoraey.
Struck With Itust!
AS I HAVE TO PAY CASH FOB
goods every 30 days, I have resolved that
from and after Oct 1, 1879, to sell on 80 days
time. My books must be balanced once a
month with cash only. All who parchase good
of me must govern themselves accordingly.
Hoping to retain all my customer! and gain new
ones, I remain, Respectfully yours,
J. M. KITCHEN.
Everybody Goes to the
1. 1 L.
STORE, WHY ?
1st Because good3 ate really
said at the lowest prices.
2d Because people can save
their money instead of going to
Portland, as goods are sold
cheaper than there.
3d Because anybody that
buys at the CHEAP I. X. I.
get their money's
Great Bargains Always Mill
be given at the Cheap
I. X. L STORE,
Opposite tho Astor House and
On tho west i ie of Witlnuntte Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
TTaviti t l.ir.fc firit.ni.il our ntw ut-il npnfc lvTwtt
Market, we are prepared to furnish the best of
Iti'i'f, Veal, Mutton, Pork, etc.,
To our customers, at the lowest market rates.
The CJstom of the public is respect
:U delivered to any part ef the city free
irgo. MILLER k McCORNACK.
Another Triumph for
UWZ "WEBFOOT STAT3ES.
Ho Mare Kiilnsy Troubles !
No More Backache I
Oregon has long ben noted for the wonderful
variety of her natural resources. Her hills and
vallevs are stored with the choices of Nature s
laviah trifts. One bv one these elements of her
greatness are b.'ing sought out, unders'ood and
adapted to the use of her people. The latest
of these discoveries is
The Oregon Kidney Tea
A plant which (trows in mountain fastnesses
which are seldom trodden b
the foot of man.
This remedy presents the leaf in its
state, and is not one of those nauseous liquids,
out up to sell, and which too often cover nnr
lous and deleterious drun, but is kind nature's
"hut best gift to man. The Tea- made bv
aifepinj tins leai is a iektaix acid SPEEDY
CUIIE COll ALL DISEASES Or TBS KIDNEYS AND
Hill VARY ORGANS.
The leaf is put up in air tight tin caddies
which preserve intact its peculiar medical prop
ertiei and the decoction is made by the person
using it, thus securing its absolute purity.
There are thcusanda afflicted with diseases of
the kidneys or urinary organs who surfer in si'
lcnce rather than to make known their troubles.
Uthor seek relief by the use of various patent
medicines, which, if they do not aggravate the
disease, at least do not lessen it. Even those who
secure.the advice of physicians often fail to iret
II . ! . .. . I. - . ,
reut-i, uwiiig m me very cuiiipuuaieu ana aell
cate nature of the organs atfected. The ORE
G'JN KIDNEY TEA is i strictly vegetable
production, and will not injure the ctnallest
child or the moat delicate woman, but will cure
Fain in the lUca and Kidneys, Non-keten-tion
or Urine, Diabetes, iNruaHAiioN or
the uladder or kidneys, limit Di'st De
rodiT in Urine, Levcorruoea, PaisruL or
SiTPREsaED MENSTRi'ATloN.and all complaints
arising from a diseased or debilitated state of
the kiuneys or urinary organ of cither sex.
Many mistake the pains arising from defec
tive action of the Kidney for RHEUMA
TISM, and in attempting to cure the Utter
oy outwaro applications, tail entirely to reach
the seat of the disease. W do not olfer the
OREUON KIDNEY TEA a a tpecitio for
ivneumiiam, out are sauanea tnac many case
of so called RHEUMATISM would yield to
its remedial virtue.
Full directions In English and German
accompany Each Package.
Hundred of Ttstimoniati have been
rtceivtd from respected citizens.
Sold by all Druggists & Gen Dealers.
PRICE. ONK DOLLAR.
llODfJC, DAVIS &. CO.
Proprietors Portland, Or. '
W have just received from the Eastern
factory, direct, large stock of window
hade and wall paper ; among th lattor are
many Terr pretty tyie embraciug drained
FanneU, Embossed, Gilts and Lace t'attema.
Satin and Common Blank, all of which
we aell cheap, and no charge for trimming
paper. DUNN dTRATTON.
Not so fast my friend; if yon could see th
strong, oeaithy, blooming men, women and
children that have been raited from beds of
sickness, suffering and almost death, by the
of Hop Bitten, yon would aay "Olorion
aud invaluable remedy." See another out
anm. Lsiles AtlealUd.
Belli Fashioa PattrBi at Dnon 4 Strai
To Whom It May Concern,
I HEREBY GIVB NOTICE THAT t AM
the sole owner of the rlf-nt Right
for Sinking and Driving Wells in Lane county,
State of Oregon, and that said Right is pro
tected by Letters Patent issued by th U. S.
Governmnt to Nelson W. Green, of Court
land County, State of New York. All persons
who have Driven Wells, or had them driven,
without my permission, since the 21st day of
Febrnary, lg73. are liable to prosecution for
infringement of said Right and are hereby no
tified to come forward and adjust the tame. -
All Infringements in the future will be prosecuted.
I am prepared to drive Wells or will grant
permission to others oa application.
B F DORRI8
B. C. PEMIMTO.V, Proprietor.
Three Doors North or tii Attor Bouse,
EJGZf E CITY, 0:egon
KEEPS ON HAND THE BEST
IN THE MARKET.
FOR SALI (IT THE-
. And Everything Pertaining to a
Always on Kand
stock in the country and sell none but No. 1
Give mi a call and vou will neither be dis
appointed in quality or prices.
VI a' delivered to all parts of the city fret o
Dissolution ol Copartnership.
THE UNDERSIGNED HERETOFORE
doing business in Junction City, county
of Lane, State of Oregon, under the firm name
of McKinnon & Braun, have this day by mu
tual consent dissolved their copartnership, M.
J. McKinnon having sold his entire interest in
the said business to George Seegtr. Braun and
Seeger will pay all indebtedness and collect all
bills due the lute firm.
M. J. McKINNON,
Junction, Oregon, August 11, 1879.
I tak t pleasure in recoramendintr the firm of
ISraun 4 sm
egor to the confidence of the public.
It4 M. J. McKINNON.
GENTLEMEN HAVE YOU
sold your Wheat ? If not, do
o at one, and then call
And purchase your HARNESS. He has on
hand an immense stock on which he defies
competition, either in Quality, Finish, Work
manship or Price. Also a large stock of
Wrlira direct from rew York.
CARDS. CURRY COMBS and BRUSH
ES in abundance.
Also COLLARS that will fit an ind
Sweat Pais, Bridles. Halters,
And in fact everything a Fanner requires.
SADDLES of all Kinds on Hand and
Made to Order.
Call and Examina RpfnrA Rnuino-
n-.r..L.r j -a
Milliner and Dress Making !
To the Ladies of Eugene City
and Mii ioquding: Vicinity:
IF YOU WAXT FIRST CLASS MIL
linery Good or if von tut IW
Ladies W ear mad to onl-r, and in the lateot
style, go to M1SSNAXMK McCUKKLE.
at the old store of the Mines Hollawsy A
Linden one doorso-ith of K O. Callison'
Eugene City, Mav 16. 1879. m?4-m
ALL PERSONS KXOWISO THEM
. "l bt y n.e or book account
to J. W. Cleaver, are requested tn mII .i k.
othe of O. H Dom, Eune City, and settle
immediately, or action will be commenced to
recover th same. A liberal duoannt w,il K.
made is snm cases.
f 134 O. R DORRI.S, Atfy,
the Purest bnd Best for all
Has been (old in all th Eastern State and given universal satisfaction.
It is highly recommended by the faculty for all case of
rtervausresa, weakness, ueiiuuy, uyspepsia, Indigestion. Etc
It i now introduced to th nublio of th Pacific Slope, endorsed bv th f.illnwt i .
of the eminent Dr. a Dana Hayo. Stat Assayer of Massachusetts, and Dr. H. C w!.jfi
of St Louis. Mok, both gentlemen prominent in their profession, and which is a guarantes ti
all buyer of purity and quality. I oau show thousands of letter from private person from ii
parts of th Union and Canada, to testify to its merits and the benefit it ha affords . kU
ily remedy and tonic, at-gold by all Druggist and Grocer b y the CASE. GALIiv Si
BOTTLE. Country orders promptly atUnded Uk ' uiuJ Or
CAUTION None genuine unless labeled
Laboratory and Office, No. 4, State St. Boston, September 9 1871
Gaoaoi Simiionds, Esq. Sin The sample marked "Nabob Whisky," received from you ha
been annalyzed with the following results: It Uof fcleoted alcoholic strength and free from
added flavoring oil, acids, metals, or other deleterious substances. Respectfully,
DANA 8. HAYES, State Aasaycr for Massachusetts.
Si. Locib, Missouri, September SO, 1876.
G. Simmon ns, Eso, I have been using your Nabob Whisky for some time, and have no heal
tation in saying that it is, without exception, the purest article that I have used eithrf
medicinally or fur family purposes. To many of my patients who have been suffering with inaT
gestion and nervou i affections, I have prescribed your Nabob Whisky for their use, and I take
pleasure in saying to you the effect ha been most satisfactory. Please send me by express six
cases; also a sample ease C. O. D. and oblige, yours truly, H. C. LOUDERBACK, M. D;
So long as there ore ills to which flesh n heir to, and the cases and labor of life breed diseases
so long will it be necessary to uae medicine to counteract the evil produced and hiaintain the
health of the huraiuvfamily. Many kinds of medicines are treauently offered to the publio for
one special disease and another, r.nd if the truth were known it Would doubtless be found that
in the majority of cases these nostrums have done far mora harm than good. Indeed some ef the
greatest evils of the present day is the existence of quack compounds which contain ingredients
inimicable to health, und the' greatest care, therefore-, should be taken by invalid, in using many
unknown drugs which cannot be taken With
contrary. Now, experience has shown that
parations known, and is highly recommended
nesi, debility, dyspepsia, indigestion, eta its popularity throughout the Eastern States ha
been great, and it comes to the Pacific Coast endorsed by the certificate of Dr. S. Dana Hayes
State Assayer of Massachusetts, and Dr. H. C. Louderback, of St Louis M3; Thess certifi!
cates are most direct in their statements, averring that the Nabob Whisky is, without excep
tion, the purest article that can be used either medicinally or for indigestion and nervous sJfeo
tions, analysis shows that this whisky is of standard alcoholio strength, and free from flavoring
oils, acids, metals, or other deleterious substances. Dr. Hayes further aayt that it is pure
of superior quality, and suitable for dietic and medicinal purposes. Such recommendations are
the strongest that can be furnished, and as there are thousands of letters testifying to the merit
of the Whisky as a family remedy and tonio, no further proof of it excellence need be given.
OSBlRi A Co., Solo Agents for Eugene City and Lane County,
re the Trade can be supplied on tho sune prices as you can of th proprietor in Kentuck
JRl v U
HAS ON HAND AND MANUFACTURES
I a ii P; epared to Make to order Buggies and Wagons.
As My Facilities are equal to any Establishment in the State,
I can Premise Ky Patrons First-Glass Work in every Respect.
MI PRICES AltE THE LOWEST 1IV THE STATE
FACTOr.Y NEAR THE EUGENECITY FLOURING MILLS.
L IIHIl Lit! LOIIIER!
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Un the corner of Eleventh and WillameH
streets, and keep constantly on hand lumber of
au Kinus. seasoned noonns and rustic, feno-
: i . - r..
uig sua ience poets, jr. u.
3k. . W. Shelton,
F. M. Wii.kins
Practical Druggists & Chemists,
Next door to the Grange Store, Willamette
street, Eugene City Oregon.
Have lust opened a full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy and Toilei Articles.
ALL KINDS OF
Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY
""Which they will alway sell on reasonable
Cartful mention given to Phjiitian'i Pre
EUGENE JCITY MILLS.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
inform the public that they are the owners
of the EUGE.VECITY MILLS, and are pre
pared.Jfl do a general milling business. Will
receive: Wheat on storage at lowest terms, and
make satisfactory snangenwDt with farmer
wno iieaire to nave their own' Wheat ground.
u u uuies on nsnn,
FLOUR and ALL KINDS OF MILL FEED.
and pay the
Highest Cash Price lor Wheat.
PATTERSON, EDRlS GRAY.
iiitUAi mi,U THE BITTERS ARE
-a. maue is a Mexican Herh. nH i.
mis only to a small section of Lower (bis)
California. ' '
It has been naed hv tka Ink'.n.. t r
California forthe but thirty year a a eeneral
IX VIO Oil A TO to th SYSTEM
n Oit Baaialr frr
J- swumii mm DisaUUTT J
'oMiive lure for inin nsln.
tf tland, Orva; n.
AN JUAN L1M1 f.l hT
T. G. HENDRICKS,
Medical and Family Purposes.
with my signature over the cork.
ture over the cork.
SIMMONDS, Sole Proprietor.
impunity, no matter what may be a legend to th
Nabob Whisky i one of the beat medicinal Dr.
by the Faculty for all cases of nervousness weak-
still at the old stand and is prepared to do
kind of general jobbing, horse-shoeing, re
inng, etc. Having secured the service f
n exm rienced hand 1 will make the repairing of
ARM MACHINERY a speciality.
BEN RUSH. .
HAVING ASSOCi A i'liD WITH ME IM
business Mr. HORACE F. STRATTON
we have just received a new, large and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a specialty of
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEft
W desire to make nn tmA tim.ri.i. l
say that farmer can come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other eaUblishment in
town, ar.d they can buy them on as good term.
We have a full line of
Foreign and domestic drygoods,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND 6HOE3
And are continnally addiXr to ou stoclr ts
meet the demands
r. b wait,
A. C BRIGGS,
I. B. LAKIK.
mHE HARNESS SHOP PREVIorSLY
J . o? by ! R. Lakin has recently been
purchased br A. n l. i. cn:i .l.
sliop with a hvge assortment of
Harness. Saddles, Bridles. Soars.
Brashes. Combs Whtes. Tressed
Deer SnimCadUe BlankitA Echn
And in fact everything usually kept In
First-Class Harness Stop;
I proDose to sIl u fTTjr in u. .u
in th bosinesa.
Give m call before hnvin. .
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