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Her Annual JIarriawe.
San Francisco society is a good
deal like a theater. The worst be
havior is generally seen in the high
This superb criticism is apropos
of a remark made by Judge Ferral
to a wellknown Nob Hill lady, who
petitioned him for a divorce last
Lemme see," said bis honor mus
ingly, as he put on his nose pinchers
and took a good look at the peti
tioner. "Didn't I divorce you last
"Yes Judge," replied the plaintiff,
"And a'so the winter before?" he
"Yes, sir," still more faintly
"And the spring before that?"
liI I I think so.
"Very well; I'll fix this thing for
you this time but mind, it's got to
last you till '83, at least. Don't come
before that understand now.
PfTll remember it, your Honor,"
he said meekly, but she Had hard'y
gotten out of the court-room before
she told her next prospective hus
band of the regular winter series,
that the judge was a nasty thing and
that it would be a cold day when
she sent any of her business his way
(ten comes without cago and St. Louis physicians, among
the sys em i them being Ur. Adolpli L hiemever,
Aaraui iss beginning is
ease it is. It
warning and prostrates
gradual, and its growth slow. Iu its
acute form it manifests itself in every
conceivable shape and always ac
companied by intense pain. At one
lime it is inflammatory, at another
neuralgic. Sometimes it assumes
the form of gout , and again that of
p'eurisy or lumbago; but in whatever
manm r it appears it is terribly pain
ful and always Id be dreaded. The
pain and annoyance of rheumatism
is increased by its great danger for
it is liable to attack the brain or
heart at any moment, thereby caus
ing instant death. Indeed, nearly
every case of heart disease with
all its dreadful suddenness which
has ever occurred, can be traced
more or less directly to rheu
matic canses. In its chronic
form it stiffens the joints, contracts
the muscles, undermines the health
and ruins the life. It frequently
attacks men and womeu who are
apparently in perfect health. In
deed, it is as greatly to be dreaded
as any possible form of physical woe.
But, however severe its effects may
be, the exact cause of this blood
trouble has been an undecided ques
tion, and it is only within the past
year that anv decision upon the sub
ject has been reached. In order to
fully determine what the catt?e of
rheumatic disorders really was,
Dr. Wm. Webb, Dr. John M. Frank,
Dr. Edwin T. Webster, Dr. Benja
min F. Whitmore, Dr. William T.
Hichardson, Dr. Robert T. Atkinson,
Dr. Thos. F. Humbold , Dr. William
M. McPheelers, Dr. William John
son, Dr. Isaac N. Love, Dr. Clark
Whittier, Dr. J. T. Hodgen, Dr.
Thomas F. Dunigan, Dr. Nicholas
Guhmao, Dr. Antonio Prietts, Dr.
Charles H. Goodman, Dr. Daniel
Ktlhtl, Dr. Henry Newland, Dr.
William S. Wortman, Dr. George T.
Pitzer, Dr. Henry F. Ahlbrandi,
Dr. Elijah T. Frazier, Dr. Carl Spin
zir, Dr. David U. Martin, Dr. Ben
jamin R. Taylor, Dr. James L.
Logsfn, Dr. A. Heacock, Dr. Henry
Kirchner, Dr. John J. Kane, Dr.
Henry F. W. Kruse, Dr. William C.
Glasgow, Dr. JeremiahS. B. Alleyne,
Dr. Thomas S. Comstock, Dr.
Charles II. Hughes, Dr. Frederick
Ko'benheyer, Dr. Joseph Heitzig,
Dr. Edward A. DeCaihol, Dr. Ber
nard Roemer, Dr. James M. Cloptoti,
Dr. Charles V. War?, Dr. Alphonso
Jaminet, Dr. James L. Kent, Dr.
William S. Barker, Dr. Solomon n.
Mnrtin. Dr. Rudolph Studhatter,
Dr. Louis P. Ehrmann, Dr. John A.
King, Dr. Simeon E. Garlock, Dr.
Theodore Foy, Dr. John E. Falter,
Dr. Earnest F. Hoffman, Dr. Herman
Nagle, Dr. Adolph WisMzenus. Dr.
I James L Pirtle, Dr Edward Rose,
j Dr. William H. Grayson, Dr. Hugo
certain authorities sent letters ot in- i Siarkloff. Dr. Hubert M. Swander.
WhatCoHcc will do.
According to Dr. Bock, of Leipsic,
...flfei. and tea are the chief causes of
the nervousness and peevishness of
Dr. Henry Senear takes the oppo
site ground, and enumerates the
blessings which the infusion can pro
It is a mental and bodily stimulenl,
assisting to convert the blood into
nervous moving and thinking facul
ties. It lessens the waste of tissue, and
thus lessens the amount of food nec
essary to support the system.
It will often cut short and cure
attacks of intermittent fever.
In typhii9 fever it increases the
excretions ot urea, and so far purifies
the blood without increasing tissue
P. tends to lessen coma and low
delerium. It is Dr. Sengar's chief
reliance in yellow fever.
It is useful in spasmodic asthma,
whooping-cfjugh and hysterics.
It is a diuretic in cardise dropsy.
In opium poisoning its efficacy is
very well known.
After a heavy meal :t relieves the
- sense of oppression and helps diges
ion. It is a disonfectant and deodorizer.
A HIH1X B.lStOliETER.
The Real Relation Between tbe Human
Body and the Weather Scicatiflca Ily
One of the most valnable develop
ments of modern science along the
line of human necessily is the Na
tional Weather Bureau at Washing
ton. Experience has shown that
eighty-six per cent, of the predictions
of the signal service are accurate;
and these predictions are unquestion
ably of the greatest advantage to
the seaman, the agriculturist and the
entire commercial world. The ser
vice has proven its necessily by its
usefulness, for iu past times the facil
ities for foretelling atmospheric
changes were meagre indeed. The
only indications our fathers had of
coming changes in the weather were
aching limbs, twinging joints or
painful corns.. Tliese "indications,"
though crude, were usually correct,
and hence naturally suggests the en
quiry as to the relation between the
human system and the weather.
The body is unquestionably an ex
cellent barometer. It foretells chan
ges in the atmosphere long before
they occur, and this fact has been
taken advantage of by physicians
who, when all otiier agencies fail,
prescribe a change of air, ihns hop
ing the body may find an atmos
pheric condition belter suited to its
needs. And yet the real relation be
fcween the human body and the
weather has never been fully under
stood, nor has there ever been, until
now, acoireet explanation of what
rheumatism (which seems in league
with the atmosphere) really is. It
was originally thought by many to
be a trouble in the joints, and as
such was treated in the most strange,
not to say, ridiculous manner. This
theory becaDe dispelled when the
same trouble attacked tfie muscles,
aud the feeling then prevailed that
it was purely a muscular disorder.
But this idea was found to be too
narrow, and now it is universally
conceded that rheumatism is a blood
disease. And what a terrible dis-
nnirv from Washington to the lead-
-i j "
uX practicing physicians of the land,
and these 'inquiries were responded
to quite generally, thus furnishing
data of great value to science and
mankind. The views held by the
doctors are of a varied nature, but
so overwhelming a mono, lion hold
to one belief as to leave but little
doubt that it is the correct one.
This belief, briefly stated, is that uric
ajid in the blood causes rheumatism,
and that it is only by removing this
poisonous acid that rheumatic or
neuralgic troubles in all their terrible
forms can be cured. This being true,
the important question arises:
"How does this poisonous uric acid
jet into the Mood, and how can it
best be removed ?" Uric acid is a
waste material of the bo'y which
the kidneys should carry out, but
because they are weakened they can
not throw it from the system. Re
store the kidneys and you restore
the power that will force the uric
acid from the system and thus banish
the rheumatic acronies which it
causes. This is reason; it is science.
No one whose kidneys are in a per
fect condition was ever troubled
with rheumatism, and no rheurraiic
sufferer, however slight the pain may
be, has perfect kidneys. The conclu
sion of this truth is inevitable; perfect
kidneys mean freedom from rheuma
tism. When rheumatism has manifested
itself in any special part of the body,
attempts have usually been made to
treat that part of the body. As a
result, the pain has departed but the
disease has remained, lying subtly
concealed and r--ady to break out at
some unexpeceed moment. Cluck
ing the pain in any single locality
only scatters the disease through
the system, when, if the seat of the
disorder, which are the'kidneys, were
reached, a complete cure would be
the result. The way, therefore, to
expel this rank and poisonous acid
before it assumes tn inflainaiory or
chronic foim is by keeping the kid
neys in absolue health. This is no
easy thins; to do, and no means has,
until within the past few years, been
known which would successfully
reach and afl'ect tl ese great organs.
At last, however, scientists have dis
covered that the leaves of a tropical
plant, previously but little known to
science and unknown to medicine,
possessed marvelous qualities ad a p.
ted for the kidneys. These leaves
have been skillfully combined in the
remedy nov known as Warner's Sale
Kidney and Liver Cure. It is, up to
the present time, the only known
preparation that acts so directly upon
the kidneys as io effectually cure the
various dangerous forms of kidney
disease, and hence remove all uric acid
from the blood
Dr. William N. Breiinan, Dr. Tem
ple S. Hoy ne, Dr. Lyman Ware,
Dr. Charles W. Hemstead, Dr.
William J. Hawkes, Dr. T. C. Dun
can, Dr. William R. Griswold, Dr.
Lyman Bedford, Dr. A. B. Westeott,
Dr. J. B. Bell, Dr. Cha.les M. Clark,
Dr. W. H. Woodbury, Dr. Alfred
II. Hialf, Dr. Herman Halm, Dr.
Calvin M. Filch and Dr. John D. M.
The theory of the doctors as above
explained finds Us confirmation in
the fact that when the kidneys have
been cured, rheumatism is complete
ly removed. This is not of course
always accomplished instantly, foi
in a disease so subtle, Hie cure is
often very slow, but under no other
plan can any hope of permanent re
lief ever be found. There are hund
reds of cases on record during the
present winter of persons afflicted
with rheumatic troubles of the worst
order who have been entirely cured
by following the theory abov. slated
and using the remedy mentioned.
Many of these persons had the very
worst possible symptoms. Vagm
aches in different portions of tin
body were followed by agonies the
most intense iu some particular spot
A-ule and throbbing pains succeed
ed each other ami the coursing pois
onous acid inflamed all the veins
1 roubles which began with slight.
disorders increased to derangements
the most serious. It is sad to thin
that all this suffering was endured
when it could have been so easily re
lieved. Acting upon the theory and
using trfe remedy above mentioned
the kidneys could have been restored
to their usual vigor, the uric poison
expelled from the system, t ie iiio
mation removed aud the pain entire
These are some of the real and
scientific facts regarding rheumatism,
attested by the highest authority
aud they are, beyond question, the
only correct ones ever brought forth.
We are aware they are advanced
ideas, but ten years hence ihey will
be the accepted belief and practice
of the world. It people suffer from
rheumatic troubles in the future and
with these plain truths before them,
they certainly can blame no one but
r-tn-ou KsBaneae Fits. Si asms. Convulsions. St.
Vitus Dance. Virtigo, Hysterics, insanity, Apoplexy,
Par lysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all Nervous
Dunnes This infallible remedy will positively
eradicate every species of Nervous Derangement.
and drive them away iroin wneiice mcj came, uw
to return again. It utterly destroys the germs of
iscase by neutralizing uie uereuiun y u m
ithe system, aud thoroughly eradicates the disease,
and utterly destroys the cause.
nnras Female Weakness. General Debility, Lea-
v -, ,,r u uir. Painful Menstruation. Ulceration
of the Uterus, Internal Heat, Gravel, inflammation
of the Madder, Irritability of the Bladder. For
Wakefulness at Night, there is no oelior remeuv .
During the change of life no Female should be
w thoutit. It ouiets the Nervous System and gives
rest, comfort and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism, Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading habits are By lar
the worst evils tnat nave evci uvwutu 9u..b....6
humanity. Thousands die annually from these
.mintM Jmh 'i'hi- drunkard drinks liquor not be
cause lie likes it, but for the pleasure of drinking
.i tniM w friumlx. little thinking that he is on
... . ... . . T 1 . 1.
his road to ruin, UKe tne upn iw, c
uses tiie drug in small quantities as a harmeless an
tidote, The soothing influence of the drug takes
rong hold upon its victim, leading mm on to ins
own destruction, tne naoits 01 piuiu
Liquor Drinking are precisely what eating is to
alinientiveness, as over-eating first inflames the
stomach, which redoubles its caavmgs unm it para
lyzes both the sto;: ach and aietite. So. every drink
,f Knmriw diise of oiium. instead of satisfying,
only adds to its fierce fierce fires, until it consumes
the vital lorce HI tnen itseii. w&c wic
to,u..unn it. .-rim "Give, irive. eive!" but never
..... ..,..1, ,.til ita ftwn ranjuntv devours itself. Samar
itan .Nervine fcives uisutut reuei in an a;u
produces sleep, quiets the nerves, builds up the
nervous system, and restores body and inindLto a
I-,,,- WnmiiK r,i mwm1 Palnitation of the Heart.
Asthma, Bronchitis, scrofula, syphiis, diseases 01
the Kidneys and all diseases ot tne urinary organs.
Nervous debility, caused by the indiscretions of
vouth, permanently cured by the use of this invalu
able remedy. To you, young, middle-aged and old
men, who are covering your sufferings as with a
mantle by silence, look up, you can be saved by
timely efforts, and make ornaments to society, and
jewels in tne crown 01 your .uaiver, u j y
twit '.f-:. this a secret longer, until it saps your vi
tals, and destroys both body and soul. If you are
thus aiilicted, take Dr. iticlimonu s samantau ei
vine. It will restore your shattered nerves, arrest
premature decay, impart tone and- energy to the
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every so :oad and fourth Sabbath in each montu
at the Coliege Chapel, by the Iter F. P. Dividson.
Services bejin at 11 a. m., and (3:30 p. . All are in
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every Sabbath morning and . evening. Sunday
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EVANGELICAL CHURCH Services regularly ev
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announced. Sunday school at 3 p. m each Sabbat 'j.
Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7 p. M. The
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M. E. CHURCH Regular services everv Sundav
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.fis A mail, l,lt; I forold and vouns. Pravcr meetine on Wednesday
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SI. E. CHURCH SOUTH Services every Sabbath
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school at D:3C a. m. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Public cordialiy invited.
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Cured my little girl of fits. She was also
(leaf and dumb, but it cured ner. sue cau
now talk and haar as wll as anybody.
Peter Ross, Springwater, Wis.
SAMARITAN SERV 1NE
Has been the means of curing my wife of
rheumatism. J- B. Fletcher,
Fort Collins, Co!.
Made a sure cure of a case of tits for my
son. E. B. Ralls, Hiattsville, Kau.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia aud sick
headache. Mrs. Win. Henson, Aurora, IT.
Was the me ins of curing my wife of spasmr.
Kev. J. A. Edie, Beaver, ra.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over
$3000 with other doctors.
S. R. Hobson, New Albany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasrts.
Miss Jeanie Warren,
740 West Van Burcii St., Caioaaro, IU.
Cured our child of titi after given up to die
by our family physician, it having over 100
iii '2i hours. Henry Knee,
Vervilla, Warren Co., Tenn.
Cured me of seroffula after suffering for
eight years Albei t Simpson, Peoria, IU.
Cured my son of fits, after spending 2100
with c.ilii turn. J. W. Thjruton,
Cnred me peimanently of epdeptic fits of a
Rev. Wm. Martin, M;chanicstown, Mi
Cured my sou of fits, after having had
2500 iu eighteen months.
Mrs. E. Forbes, West Potsdam, N. .
Cured mo of epilepsy of nino years' stand
in. r Miss Orieua Marshall,
Granby, Nekton Co., Mo.
Has permanently cured ine of epilepsy of
many years duration. Jacob Suter,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asmatha and
general debiUty. Oliver Myers,
Has cured me of aitnatha; also scrofula of
many years standing. Isaac J ewell,
Cured me of fits. Have been well for o'ver
four years. Charles E. Curtis,
Osakis. Douglass Co., Minn.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia
verv badly. Michael O'Connor,
Has permanently cnred me of epileptic fits.
David Trembly. Des Moines, Iowa.
Cured my wife ot epilepsy of 35 years
standing. Henry Clark, Fairfield Mich.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the
head. E. .Graham, North Hope, Pa.
Cured my son of fits. He has not had a
tit for about four years. John Davis,
Woodburn, Macoupin Co. , III.
Scientists now all admit that most diseases are
caused bv disordered Kidneys or liver, and that if
these great organs are kept in a perfect condition,
health will be the result. WARNKR'S SAFE KID
NEY AN i LIVER CURE
Is made from a Simple Tropical Leaf
OF RARE VALUE,
And is a POSITIVE Remedy for the following
Pin in the Back; Severe Headaches;
Dizziness; Bloating; Inflamed
Eyes; A Tired Feeling;
Pains in the Lower Part of the Body;
Pulpit t ion of the Heart; Jaundice;
(xiavel; Painful Uriuntion; Ma
larial Fever; Fever
And all diseases caused by the Kidneys, Liver or
Urinary Organs being out of order.
It is a SAFE and CERTAIN cure for all Female dif
ficulties, such as
LeucOTThcea; Inflfimation of the Womb;
Falling of (he Womb; llccration
of (he Womb. .
It will control and regulate Menstruation, and is an
excellent and safe remedy for females during preg
nancy. As a Blaod Purifier it is unequaled, for it cures the
organs that MAE fc. the blood. or
Boils; Cartuncles; Serofiila; Whita Swel
ling; Salt Eheam; Poisoning by Ikr
enry or any otter Drug.
It is certain in every case.
For Inconlinrnce; Impotence; Pains In
the Loins, and all Simi
It Is a safe, sure and quick CureT
It is the only known remedy that has cured BwonTS
As a proof of the purity and worth of this Great
Natural Kemedy, read the following
S. A LATTiMOIlE, Ph. D., L. L. D. , Professor of
Chemistrv in the University of Rochester, N. Y.,
knowing ihi jiopularity and merit of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, after a thorough Chemical
Analysis, has furnished the fo'lowitig statement:
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER,
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Jan. "8, 1880.
Mr. H B. Warner has placed iu my possession the
formula of the medicine manufactured and sold by
him under the general designation of WARNER S
SAFE KIDNEY ANl L!Vb.R CURE. I have inves
tigatcd his processes of manufacture, which are con
ducted with extreme care and according to the bes-
g ethods. I have also taken, from- his laboratory samt
p es of all the materials used in the preparation o
Ihis medicine, and upon critical examination I finf
them, as well as the medicine into which they enterd
to be entirely free from poisonous or deleterious sub,
stances. S. A. LATIMORE.
This Remedy which has done such wonders, is put
up in the LARGEST SIZED" BOTTLE of any medi
cine upon the Market, aud is sold by Druggists and
all dealers at W.25 per bottle. For Diabetes enquire
for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. It is a
H. H. WARNER & CO.
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forming are really very lemarkable.
Indeed, there are thousands of per
sons in America to-day who owe
their restoration to health and entire
freedom from rheumatism to ihis
itiile yet powerful remedy, which
is known universally, manufactured
in Rochester, N. Y., and sold in
every drug store in the land.
From the doctors in the various
cities of the United Stales who have
certified over their own signatures
to the scientific statement that uric
acid in the blood is the cause of rheu
matism, are a lai'jjo number of Chi-
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ciind, is prepared to cure them.
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honorable and skillful treatment and perfect and
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subject as the DECAY OF SEXUAL VIGOR the
g.io.-ant may asperse my motire, Bet
the deitirc ! infnn tt:w wb are- koHot
ias llirone fgnoranes, r wh fcy
omirsft or want of kuouieflg that a w
ran be bad, are not only hut ryuis thoni
.elfc n nnliinwiy bat filfff
.exual weakness as an inheritance to future genera
tions, is too great an iuotntive to permit me to Be
if you are Suffering from n ight Loasj
ES, NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESSES, OONfUSKW
MIND SLIGHT IJ)S8!S WHEN t.MER SX
6iTe"::NT, VAKIABLE TEMFEK. TUEMBLING
PAI ITATlON. FLUSHES, kc, OR IF YOU HAVE
PUCTIC'-.D SELF-ABUSE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT
EST PARTICULAR you are suffering from the
Dread Knry f Hnon Life,-
And should not hesitate to seek at once health and
happineis in a enre.
CURES GUARANTEED. EFTS ODE RATE
CONSULTATION BY LETTER OR OHHtWKlSfc.
inclusively Vegetable Bmedies I'aedfc
You are esneciallv liable to snffertnt fm KKKTr
OUS PKOSTKATI 'N. All your peculiar conipla.nt
are ncn .m n t'ne-r origin and hence your snffeniigs
are terril-lv depressing or inexpressibly
doctor in bis researches and practice of antnits
TROUBLES has made jour orgtmntun .a special
FH18 HOUSE IS SITUATED ON THE SUMMIT, 1m and c.,re' ou'inVny ef Jbj
Z3 miles from l'- H f f" 'IVouWes. WMlUWMraJIMrCMIM W
lave lately iium a iai- w....... - -. . , .
For Ya3ia Bay, Tillamook,
aatd Gray Harbor, dirt t.
jfogr&Xi THE NEW COASTING STEAMER
JAMES E. DENNY Master
Will leave Tacific Dock, Portland, for the above ports,
Sunday, ipril 2d, at 3 O'Siock A. fl.
For f reiirht or passage apply at the office on dock.
Z J. HATCH, Agent,
220 F.-nnt Street, Portland
fh-T -t Ri.air ."cut at Corvallis. 18:51 m6
niOTOGUAPHS FROM MINATL KB lu
First Class Work Only!
Copyine in all branches. P
firewood taken at cash prices.
uce of all kinds and
Ho for Yaquina Bay!
C. B. Mays, Proprietor.
i iwtm rf t.h.-- traveling t.ublic. and arc
furnishing it a new. Will keep on hand everything
the market affords. Meals 50 cmts. Good hay and
rats always on hand. 18:4On.0.
XJEW -.EATM'iK'i? tlIUAIA-:
Headache, DelSUity, ,rr"P''
flam, Nenrnlarla, and ell C6iroi38o
DR8. STARKEY ft PALEN, Pliiladelphia,
fa. racaage UJ. tYc r 9
easily enrbiejroresslrdy for Uo.. AX
HOME H. E. MATHEWS. IfoTwarouig
City Tit nsfer Company,
vine will bum encloie a 3-cent postage stamp for a ,.,. -o,ar,t r.avttn.
coov of our Illustrated Journal of Health, giving We oontimie to "' thniukl btates,
hundreds of testimonials of cure from ns -sons who Tmde Marks, Copyrights. iewore u..iji
k... a aJ. ,rti,.i, and their ntet.ires t.ho. Canada, Cuba, England, France, oermany, to. "
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Fo?..riVniendidin -U- Country on ..o.
tographed after their restoration to perfect health
DR. S. A. RICHMOND & CO.,
World's Epileptic Institute,
19-ieyl ST. JOSEHH, MO.
BBTinC AMERICAN. iini.Bo--- - -
tots, pub's, of Scmmno Amkwcak. JM b -way . .
BBWYortT Hand book about Patents tree,,
Trucks, Express and Dray.
AULING IN EVERY- PART OF THE CITY OR
Country on snon. mmmtm
CORD AND SLAB WOOD FOR SALE,
CAMPBELL. rRESTON i HXRSANER.
r, innin whl h inn are liable.
4-iou will find in the Doctor a friend upoo
whom you can rely for comfort, a-d and cnte.
Dr. .onag'i F'le Remodies hare
attained a reputation for efficiency uneiiialledbT
any medicine or medical prescription ever oBerea.
They can be sent by mail or express. ,
Tliose desiring personal care and attention caanav
all necessary accommodations furnaneo.
Those who cannot visit the city can by giving their
symptom, in their own way. receive "cf"a h "i
desired, treatment at home with every assurance ot
LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED.
Addre"' DR. J. C. YOUNG,
I 7 stoekon bt-;
San Francisco, Feb. 21, 1882.
From the undersigned, living at Monroe, , the follow.
, ,H.T,.riW horses- One sorrel mare about fifteen
hands hSh!lurTforehead. heavy in fosl tall pop
refold booking and hard to catch. Had with her
when she left a dark iron gray horse colt. Any per
son giving information of their whereabouts Jill t
"tblyrf warded. Address he undersigned at Men-
The Star Bakery I
MAIN ' STREET,
CORVALLIS, - OREGON
P. N.ZIER0LF, PROPRIETOR.
FAMILY SUPPLT STCWIf.
CANDIES, TOTS, Ae.
Always en hand,