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EUGENE CITY, OK, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER IS), 1887.
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faiisicnt notices ill Will column, 'JO ciuU
Sue tor each insertion.
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job work most be FA1I) Foil OS UKUVKUY.
L. BIL IEU,
(ttorney and Counsellor at Law, -
I JTOEXE CITY. OREGON".
I ifflCES IX AEETUE COURTS OK
I tl.ii Stat. Will give special attention
f KtCK vlVt'r Jll'UUIluiv IV
CEO. 3. DORMS,
Utonieij and Counsaltor-
ILL PRACTICE IX TIIE U3UKTS
,.f the Second Judicial District ami in
iiipreme Court of tliw Maw.
cl.ll attention 1,'ivcii V"
n in probate
fashburne & Woodcock
ii.V!C ClfV. - - -
JKFICE At the Court House
t A. DOHRIH.
8. W. CONDON.
ION DON & DORMS,
! t to r ii cy s-at- La u ,
GEXECITY, - - - OKKGOX
mcB-l )ver Robinson it Clmroh'u hardware
CEO. M. MILLER,
itcrny and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
JGEXE CITY, - OKM.u.m.
Mlico formerly occupied by Thompson &
OUR 1HG STOCK
xsj: Brownsville j
iS. . isff AN1
-0a A.:A' nun i i i
S. f our rem.irkttbly
new HtiK'lt at th
ki LOWKSI PBIC
IIATo OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Made to Order. Fits Guaranteed.
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. W. CHERRY, Walton's Rriek.
J. E. FEN TON,
JUEXE CIT.Y OHhOU.
Biieciiil attention srivnn to Heal Estate l'rao
and Abstracts of Title,
jbmcu Over Graiue Store.
r.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
JlniJence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
h V RK FdlTVI) AT IIISOFFICE or res-
tulence when not professionally engaged.
!: Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
I J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
ECGEXE CITY, OUEGOX.
IX ALL TIIE
real estate, col-
ti'tintr an. I i.ri.KntM maM.PIM.
S Collecting all kinds of claims against the
United States Government. . .
'Mice in Walton's brick-rooms i and B.
Jit t'ourts of the State
f ecial attention given to
NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
; .'K (
$ i r"' i .
iN, i n
dL Sents r Eugene City,
tSSsi F0R THE JUS'I LY CKLEUMATED Imm
80LD m SILVER SH,RTS" u)
tarrf We are still at the old reliabhi "I Jrango Store," v
1 l'tL and can sell you anything that you want to eat ' '
Ba Cheaper Than the Cheapest. y.
An Absolute Cure
Tho ORIGINAL AP.IETIXE OINTMENT
is only put up in large two ounce tin 1oxch,
mid is an absolute ourt for old soivs, burin
wound, i hnppi'd ImiiiN, and i!l ekin rrup.
tions. Will poMiiivrlv euro nil kindsof pilt s
AskfortheOUlGlNAL AIUET1NE OlST.
MEN'!'. Sold by nil druggists at i cents per
box by mail HO vnl
What Is It!
Tl. .1 1 ... I ,:..n f. ... ...
I i i'iomih it ioui (riiouiiliij' colli""
pli'Moti nml leaves no truces ot its npplica
lion or injurious, i IVcots? Tho answer, W is
doiu's lioiii rline iiivoinplislus all this, and
is pi onoiiiici d by Indies of taste and refine
iih nt lo be the mont ilclighlful toilet ardcle
evt-r tirodiiced. Warranted liarinhss nud
luiitchltss. V. M. Wilkius, ngeut, Eug 'ne
Delays are Dangerous.
You say, well, 'tis only a slight cold, look
out, it nnv b ad to an ititlaniation ot the lining
iiivr of numerous air cells of the Lulls' this is
Pneumonia. ( )r to i-p.iMii.Klic contractions of
the tibrcs of the air imssa-'s, w hich is Asthma;
or tho inhVtmation of the lining membrane of
the throat and tubes which puss through the
Lillys, which in tin- first stage is called Pron
chitis, ami may h ad to consumption. Santa
Abie is delicious in tlavor, certain and perfect
in its lesiilt A f ' w does will relieve, a thor
ough treatment cure the a'sive liameil iliieasrs.
Every bottle warranted by all druggists.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M, Wilkins, tha druggist,
is not selling "Wisdom's ltoliertine" for the
coindi'xioii, the most elegant nud only really
harmless preparation of its kind in the
woi Id, nud giving n beautiful picture curd
with every iMittlo.
California Cat-R Cure.
I The only giiiiiuuteed cure for catarrh, cold
in i iih iieiui, nay icvcr, rose coin, camrrnai
deafness mid sore eyes, llestoie tho kciiko
of taste nml unpleasant bieath, resulting finm
catarrh. Easy mid pleasant to use. Follow
directions nud a euro is warranted, bv all
druggist. Send for rire libit to Alill'.ttNE
MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville, C.d. Six
months' treiitment for $ I. I'd; sent by mail
$1.10. For sale bv nil druggists.
harm for bale.
I have for sale 220 neres of land know li as
the (filtlhin farm; 'J 5 acres good timber ami
the remainder nil prairie. All under fence
good house and bum; good orchard nud
other improvements. Tliu pluco has an
ubiindanee of good spring water mid ia nit
nated one. fourth nolo from tlio l leauani
Hill school house, one of the best school
districts in the county, Fot further pnrticu.
ars apply to T. li. jikndhicks.
Having perfected arrangements with par
ties in Portland, I am nblu now fo find pur
chusers 'or lands, inorw readily tbau
horetofoie. It you have land for Kale, ini
Droved or unimproved, you cannot do bet
ter thiiii to entrust your business with us.
Tonus reasonable. Your pulroimge solicited.
It. F. Doriiis,
A FLSE ASSORTMENT OF
iBEUTIFUL ' DRESS ' GOODS
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality
A LARGE STOCK OF
Total vole 2310
Prohibit'n Slri Elections
Piceiiut, Yes No Yes No Ye Xo
SorlHgMd.. til 71 i V.'3 4." 7o
N. Eugene.. 170 OT '.9 3-'0 ll'J
S. i:iueue...P.l7 lltt -.7 i.i7 Ui -13
Cot'getir'v.. hi 112 1 P.tt M l:ti
Jumiion . ..107 102 10 1K8 Mi 137
Cr. -swell. .. . 21 H i 112 48 i
l;ichsrdi.on.. 37 l is) II
Long Tom.. 20 22 2 -tl 22 21
P. 111!! 21 20 3 47 14 3a
Siuslaw '2 ft 0 37 13 24
Willamette... 41 40 1 Ml Wi 51
Molum k . . . . '; 23 1 44 111 30
Silencer lit 38 3 40 12 40
I'Mi'pC'rk.. P.) 37 2 .V) 13 37
I vini , 2S) 10 0 72 lo W
Lost Valley.. 14 2(1 0 3D U 30
Fall Creek.. 22 IS 1 3o 1H 17
Mid. Fork.. 4 15 1 17 4 1.1
MeK,.ii,... 2 li) 0 W no
llatle Dell. .. 7 U 2 U 2
Florence 33 22 10 40 2! 22
Cayote 7 19 0 27 3 24
Chesher 3 10 0 21 1 21
Luke Creek. It 4 3 12 11 3
Wild Cat.... U 8 1 13 11 4
Jasper 15 11 1 2." 14 11
M.M 13 13 0 27 ll 15
Total..... 1023 12t-S) 102 1904 fi'.H) 1370
Maj. 237 1S92 m
Thousands of Dollars
live spent every year by the people of this
stat-i for worthless medicines for tho euro of
throat and lung discuses, when we know that
if they would only invest $1 in SANTA AW E,
tho new California discovery for consump
tion and kindred complaints, they would iu
this pleasant remedy find relief. It is rec
ommended by ministers, physicians and pub
lic speakers of the Ooldeu Stats. Sold iiuu
guaranteed by nil druggists lit $1 a bottle.
Three for ?2.o().
The most stubborn cmw of catarrh will
speedily sncciiniD to L'AiiiruiiaiA u i-u-CUKE.
Six months' treatment for $1. Uy
T HAVE SOME VERY
Farms, Improved and Unimproved Town
proerty for sale, on eay terms.
Praperty Eented and Eents Collected.
Thdln surance Companies I represent are
famous; the Oldest and most lleliahle, and in
"the Prompt andEyriTAH'.E ailjnstment of their
5 l'as Stakii Srcosh to XoS'K.
sliare of your patronsg is solicited.
Office up stairs, over the Grarure Store.
B. F. DOKRIi
HAS OPENED A SHOP OX NINTH
Street prxxite the Star It.kerv, whei
he is prep-xixl to do all kinds of work offered
in hi line.
A lr. .tick i.f Fiue I loth, on hand f"r
euu.nirr tn lect fnm.
One of irtr sjeH-iiUties is the culling ad
akinv of L..in Civics. .,
KeiKtirini, ami cleaning done promptly. Sat-
Kcuiene, Not. 6 1886. tf
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Oar assortment is Complete, from the lowest Price up to
the Finest; can suit jou if you give us a call.
OUR STOCK is
Frc!Ii, ew nl Stylish
Look us over; if
sfll to you low.
do not nave you ninin-y, will make aonie
F. R. DUNN.
The First Sign
Of fulling health, whnthor in tho form of
Night Sweats and Nervousness, or In a
sen so of General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest the uso of
Ayer's Garsiiparllla. This preparation
Is most effective for (riving tone ami
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
moting tho digestion and assimilation of
food, roatoriug the nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify
ing, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago my health Ix-gnn to fall.
I was troubled with a distressing Cough,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
ness. 1 tried various remedies pro
si'rilied by different physicians, but
became so weak that I could not go up
stairs without stopping to rest. by
friends recommended mo to try Ayer s
hursupnrilla, which I did, and I am now
us healthy and strong as ever. Mrs.
E. L. Williums, Alexuudria, Minn.
I have used Ayer's Parsaparllln, In my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is
taken faithfully, that It will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible dlseann. I have
iiImo prescrilM-d It as a tonic, as well as an
alterative, ami must sny that I honestly
believe it to bo the ls-st blood medlcllio
e verrornpoiiiideo:. W. V. Fow lcr.M. l.
0. 1). S., Greenville, Tenn.
It would lie impossible for me to do
a. rilsi what I suffered from Indigestion
and Headache up to the, time 1 began
taking Ayer's Sarsnparilla. 1 was under
the rare of various physicians, and tried
a great many kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than temporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsaparill
for a short time, my headache dlsa
peared, and my stomach performed its)
duties more perfectly. To-lay my
health Is completely restored. Mary
llarley, Bpringtield, Mass.
I have been greatly lienefited by the
prompt nse. of Ayer s Sarsaparilla. It
tones and invigorates the system, regu
lates the action of the digestive and
assimilative organs, and vita. s tlm
Wood. It Is, without doubt, the most
reliable blood puriner yet discovered.
II. 1. Johnson, 3b3 Atlantic avenue,
Urookiyn, N. Y. ft
Vtrfvti by Dr. J.O.iyer a Co.,Lo.U,1!m.
Frio six btU 5
A I'uuntry villi n 3!iiMit lluiltl Ihnl
f....liti.( fnil .T T. Viritliuiili. illHlieetor of
. v ..-.. - . - . , - - -
dl....iitlii,-i liullu IIim oilier dav. we asked hllll
iibout his trip to Southern Oregon ports and
. t i .1 . I. I I - at.
ino lime coasi uaioora oeiow iu. iiiouiu ui
'We had a very nine trip." snid Capt. r .,
"very nice indeed. We went out on th. O.
&. C. road to Douglas county, cut across the
county by way of l'mpiiia to Coos bay and
the Coqu'ille river. Alter we got through
our work there we wont up tho coast by the
way of Siuslnw and Yaipiiua bay, mid so
"lty the way. what sort of a country is that
Sitihliiw?" we ventured to inquire.
"VY1I. uir. a nicer little river von never
saw, aud full of beautiful timber for siity
miles from its month. II is not like the l o
(juille river, which you know pr.lty well.
Tho Coiiuille would carry a pretty bin steam
boat us far as Coqnillo City, and above there
it pinches out very rapidly. The Siuslaw,
on the other hand, is not as deeti for the fllst
twenty miles as the i'oiiuille, but A light
draft boat could yet a good deal further m
land." "What is there to make business for a
"Well, it's a uood loucine country mid
miiut iieeeuxiirilv linvfl some bill mills thera
before long, lint I regard it as a splendid
salmon river. They were taking fish very
abundantly while Nlr. McDcrmntt and myself
were there, and thev were of excellent duali
ty. Yon may depend upon it, tho trade ot
the Siuslaw will lie worth hiniug lieforo yon
.il.lntv noil u-luit llieuo Pol-tllllld
merchants are thinking of that they do not
make some ellurt to secure it. is somemiug i
rniimit miilj.rutiitiil 'IMiAre arn hoiiius aloni7
that river for at least 30U0 families, and better
orchard hinds never lay out ol iieors. t sup-
...... j ... 1 ...ill . .1.,.,
Ir...lu 1,1 l,ut tt.mtiml inu) liliM nil tlm rest of
the coast, through nothing but a lack of en
terprise on our part. rortiauii nunuay
i lull Grop Tie.
Manchester (Eng.) Times.
Tint nnii.m'ri .IiiIoIma Iiii. been tardily fitilo
l.i.l.i.l it, a ii.iv.il fauliinll nf n.oihv llaleend
had it not been for the disorderly behavior of
tue people, ino event wouiu uavo oeeu a
oomplete success. Denby Dale has for a
lone lime boeu celebrated for its pies. Iu
!7kM tlutr. uii. mm linlfuil In eoiiiiuemorA
tiou of the recovery of Oeorgo 111; another
u7nu ltiilrA.l iii IHITi. In In, nor of the neace:
another in 18 10, iu celebrattou of the repeal
of the com laws, and now a pie has been
baked which is described as uneqmilod in tl
nnniiL n1 i.in.ltulfi niT Tt ill rtCOIllf'tl (if tlltl
last pie that it was put on a platform, which
gave way, and the pie slipped to the ground;
that a crowd of fifteen thousaud people
surged forward. A acrumbla ensued, and
amid a wild turmoil tlio stage was utterly
i infill, hull,',, nml iiniiif in tiiH winds. noiuu-
thins like this, but not unite so bad, occurr
ed at Deiibv Dale. A tremendous crowd of
teoii e locked from llra.llon I, iiunerauiiiii,
lluriluli.v I'miiuloliH and tlm small viliiL'es
within ii radius of eight or uine miles of
Uenliy. lielore noon Hie peoiue looa up .
,inuiiiiii .hiIuIiIa (tin Imrrii-rA which had been
erected In kurn off the crush, while the old
n.onle of the villiiL'e of Deiibv Dale and
Hie school chllilrell of LlellliV. Denny Will
end Ciimberworlh were Uine served with
I ortiuni of the pie.
Tha l.ulrin.f ifw.Lt iilnen In e uriccial oven
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The pie was eight feet iu (I mini ler and two
feet deep, anil coniamcn t,i stones oi nour,
1 M:".o r,ini,iilu nf liMf 1HII noniwle of mutton.
iw pounds oi veal, isu poumisoi iiunu, oo
nouuds of uork. 120 couples of rabbits, 3
hares, 42 fowls, 40 pigeons, 12 grouse, 21
UllckS, 4 plOVi rs, 1 luisev, m guv mm i"u
small birds, together with 30 fRgs and 40
stones of potatoes, fmty pounds of beef silel
snd 40 pounds of drippings. '1 he baker was
Mr. F. Woikmun, of Halifax. The pie
weiuhiid nbonl 4.5o0 nouiid. Iu the morn
jog it wss taken ou a stone cart, drawn by
ten horses, lo s field called Norman park,
lent for the luirnose. When tho nia reached
the field it was taken into su inclosure and
led I hi. re fur in.oectiou.
It was intended that when the old people
ami children had got seated, Mr. llenry
liricrlv. the chairman of the comuiittie
shoulii iniike a little speech, but this was
cut short, for directly the pie had been taken
..!.. r,,u j.ti.1 ..I IIim l,.ti, 111 whiell it WAM to
be served to th. people, the strong wooden
barriers against wnun it. crown prc.i
cave wsv. ami multitudi s rushed into the
ti lit, un to the stone cart a scene of great
coiifnsion ensuine. In vain were the people
Aniirnlnl to. The stronier the ntiiwul. li e
mure they rinhnd into the tent, and the pie
crust ispidly disappeared, b.-ing rilher (.-iv- li
or forcibly taken sway. It wus but till a
promise bad lie, n mud. that when the old
people Slid children had been served th. pie
should be brought into the field and distrib
uted, that the butiy Uiolicoul.ii)enppMa.
OILMdUES AROMATIC Ua t-re.t .nc
tlo ref ire we t'liallrnne the wmld t- pro
due. iu wpial a. a rtt'ive for woman.
Council Ciumucr, Eforsic City, 1
Ob.. Nov. 10, 1-W. (
i.itmrtit n,.. li, l.t.fiilnr -.iduiiiii lr. Miirit
VVIllHJil Ml m .. -
Mavnr Dunn. CouiK ilinen McCIuiil'. Friend-
Iv. Church, ltilyeu, lorria, Hi colder mid
Tho minute of tho last meeting were read -
The finance committee reported favorably
on the following bills, which were on mo
tion otdered paid:
Condon ,fc Dorris, f 10; w. H, Andrews,
11.10; J Helvale. $18; John Stowell, $20;
Stowell and Helvale, ifo; 11 J Day. s.n..wi;
M A Wood. S2: Piitterson .t Christian.
ll.liO; J Ciross, f2; J Ditchbum, 11.80; J
V llavs,?!; 1. Hoiiuey, i ; U vv t oenrau,
$11.25; M A O'ltiieii, l; J K Aldermau,
13; A. O. Post, $7.70; It r Dorris,
The judiciary np itt.il pMrss.
The committee ou streets, reported verb-
ally, the work on the stivers! streets was ad
vancing as rapidly ss the weather would per
mit. In the matter of the 8th and Dth street
in i,l je. and their sidewalks, the commute
reported adversely to making any improve
ment upon eitlier si presem.
A petition from J O Stevenson nud J. 11.
lining asking for a sidewalk on the west side
of Washington street fuuu 4lli North street
was road aud riierreii to iu. coiuimuco oh
A petition from Jas Scott, W. McPherson
and others asking for a sidewalk ou the east
side ot Ferry street from the north side 12th
to Ih south side of 13lh street.
Ou moliou the prayer of tlio petition was
t ...,. l.mii.,,1 fi'nm IliA l-'lectric I.liilit
n v,.iiiiii.ti".' -
Co. proposiug to light the streets was read
and ou motion was leierreu iu me nuiu i
comniiltee of the whole.
Iu the matter of olitiilinng deed oi guv
4th street from Willamette street to Madison
lret. The recorder reported nil the prop
erly owners along tho line of said street will
ing lo Bign the deed except DrT W Shelton,
who is not ready to luiine a ueun una num.
The couiuiittee on streets reported the
Improvements oj 8th and IHh Btreets com
pleted as required by ordiuancis, Nos 25 and
On motion the report was adopted ami or
dered on tile. Ths report of tho city sur
veyor showing amount dun from the proper-
! ,ry ulnliu th. lillO of Said Mil ttllll Utll
streets improvements was read and on mo-
tlOU tllU repull WHS BUOpieil null wnnoi
Mm XToflllllif (nun tlm conimittuee oil
lili tiui,..M -
streets presented otdinance No. do sssessing
' . .. 0 I.. .r.,l,.
(be cost ot assessineiiis on o puhi i.ij- .
i,. k.,l.l..ra ili. reiif. which was read aud on
motion passed unanimously.
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Ordluauc. I0 oo ussrsniug ui
iniprovemenls ou Ulh street lo the property
holders thereof, was rend aud on motion was
Th committee reported Chuinelton street
imnrnvenielits coinuleted hh required by or-
dinatico No 2(1. Oiuiiiotion the report of the
omuiiUes was adopted nud ordered on me.
The report of the city surveyor showing
amount duo from property owners along tlio
line of Charnelton stioet inipioveiueiit was
read and on motion the report was adopted
and ordered on file. Ordinance No 37.
Assessing tho cost of the improvement ou
Charneltou street to th. property holders
thereof was read and on motion was passed
Ordinance No 38. Prohibiting the salu of
spirituous liquors to miuors, was read aud
on motion was pasted unanimously.
Ordinance No 39. llegulatiug show li
cense, was road and on motion was referred
to the judiciary eotnmutse.
'I'd (nllowinu bills wer. read and referred
to tiiiAiioe committee: ,
E UollMibeelc, '; a v uiue.,
ll r,0: J Ditchburn. $5.80; W II l eutou,
: FF Patterson. $57.75; U. W. Lumber
Co, f 2:t.8(l; W U Andrews, tri.oo,
Cniin, f 3; 11 C Khelton, $2; A Matthews,
$10.80, Chalmers & Hon, fi.W, M 11
Wood, $l..r.O; Wm Clark, $10 25; Loo
O'ltrien, $2; Win B Goodman, $12.50; I I
Dorris, $10; J P Sweet, $185.70; h A 1-allow,
10.80; J E Fentou, 25; Ja Waruitk,
$2: T O Ilelldnclis, J.oo; ii"iu a. ...",
tl 90; John Stowell, $U0; Henry I hurch
iii nm. i. i uli,., (IH: (i 1 raninng,
III, V!, ' J i ,,. - r,i.
$H J It Alderman. 20; C M Colin r, lio.oO;
. ... a 1 Sit. 1 A I I ltfii'Vl
Itobinson & tnurcli, jjji.w. y , '
$1.50; Hubert Mctihee. I1.B0; H J Day,
On motion the council aujm.ru
on Tuesday evening, Nov 22d
1). T, jVUlinin, -
Says ths Albany Uonild of Sunday:
"About thres o'clock Saturday morning as
several young men were leaving the opera
house st Albany, after a ball, II. L. Il'"'.
young attorney, who was one of the paity,
was assaulted by a strainer with a short
handled knife. Dorris knocked his assail.
ut down; but he rose quickly and gyve him
a stab ill the .Ida which bird profusely. Ibu
sssailsst hastily departed withont reyeuhng
bisidoutitv. Dorris' wounds were dr.ssed
and are not serious. Since the alaive wus
written we bsve learned Another version of
the matter. According to this story Dorris
and his companions, three or four in num
ber, commenced the sssault, when the fellow
defended himself ss above stated. Dorris
companions say they know who tho party
is; but neither they nor Dorris have any
wish to prosccnls him. Dorns is Justice of
the psaoe (or Albany precinct.
A pall filled with fresh mortar fell from
the New court House in Mason, (in., and
st.uck squarely on the head of a colored
workman who was standing ou the ground.
Th. bottom was split into tinders, nud the
psil snd the mortar completely incased his
face, so that h was in gri at danger of smoth
ering until relieved by a fellow workman.
FaBM ros Sal. A farm containing 300
acres, situated V, miles from Eugene and
'2' , miles from Irving, is offend for sale nt
$20 per acre. There are 130 acres under cul
tivation; 80 more is open land. The rest is
timber hind furnishing abundance of wood of
all kindt. close to market. I Hero aro wree
good orchards on the place. The soil is very
rich snd well adapted to fruit raising. W ill
bo uivldert 10 sun purcniwri.. nni.'
T. . Jtl.lO.-t, W U.,
Eugene, City, Or.
Vol iSaix-I V) IoU in all parts ol Euuei o
f'ity with and without houees. Prices to slut.
Uso. M. Jnu.M.
A NASAL INJECT' 'It ff wilh iah 1- .
t!. of Shiloh's Catarrh Heme .iy. Price ."si cts.