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FIUOAY MOlUilXG, JUNE 9, 1882.
H E3S KUOS WELLS.
'Flie Greenback party honored us
with a visit on the 29th inst. and
also favored us with an address to
the people, by Hon. Greenberry
Smith, as he is lift only big nun they
ean pport (a very appropriate head
lor an anti-monopoly party). Hon.
Dr. Bailey and the other who some
times lectures on woman's wrights
were not with the party, we presume
they are getting weak in the cause,
but would say to them brace up un
til after next Monday, you will then
have plenty of 6'une to mourn.
Rev. Mr. Holenbaugh, of Albany,
is holding a protracted meeting here
and the people are all wishing him
success and God speed.
Mr. Williamson, who livc-s in this
county near Albany, passed through
town this morning with a nice little
band of sheep, which he had pur
chased in King' Valley and for
which he paid $3 50 per head.
A number of our citizens visited
Knox JJute Grange on Saturday last.
They reported the meeting as being
a grand success. Some 250 persons
in attendance, and a class of some
twenty-five or six going into the
When you are in the vacinity of
Wells call on R. Williamson for
njtMng ynn want in dry goods or
groceries, and on Wm. Dickson'for a
good job of blacksmithing. Their
prices arc very reasonable.
REJIKISCE.UES FROM THE SEASIDE.
A dispatch was received from R.
A. Bens'll, now in San Francisco,
slating that his wife, who has been
under medical treatment there for
some months, is in a very critical
condition, and the doctors have giv
en up all hopes of her recovery.
Hon Allen Parker of Oneatta re
ceived a very serious and painful cut
on the !oot last week with an ax.
He was working in the lumber yard
chopping, when by accident the ax
utruck a post ami glancing hit Ida
foot just above the toes; the whole
bit of the ax entered his foot, one
comer of it passing entirely through
lils foot eating a cash two and a half
indie's long in she sole of his foot.
At present lie is mttWing a great deal.
The Kate & Anna of Portland,
arrived here this morning loaded
with goods for the railroad and mer
chants of Newport. Cant. Lutjens
saw the ill-fated steamship Yaqnina
in flames when he left Gray's Harbor.
He also informs us that she was not
Car building at headquarters has
TYWi,n n earnest and ere long the
whiIe"oHfei,on,it'ralt'0,I trin w'!'
rewound throS lbe hi)is Yaquina.
New Oregon, May 20, 1882.
ROLL OF HOSGB.
"lie following are the names of the
r.ipils of Newport school, who are
entitled to have their names placed
on the roll of honor for deportment
and scholarship, for the month, end
ing May 26th. The first number in
dicates deportment, the second schol
arship. The average required to en
title them to the honor being 90 per
Ella M.iy Smith
Myrtle Cross . . .
K. J. Fr-asiek, Teacher.
A Rkb fftpper Dine.
Messrs. Loup and Hoke of this
city have returned from a prospecting
tour, bringing with them some splen
did copper ore specimens, from a
mine called the Red Mountain Cop
per mine, near the San Marcus Range,
on'y thirty miles from this city, and
within four miles of the California
Southern Railroad track. The un
doubted richness "of the mine, coup
led with the easy means of transport
ation, renders h a thorough bonan
za to its proprietors, Messrs. Loup,
Hoke & Co. The specimens on ex
hibition at Ilunsaker & Co.'s are
merely the out-copping, but oolid
masses of metal are visible to the
naked eye, while with the aid of a
microscopic glass, the true wealth of
the rock is-; revested. This mine is
situated in San Diego county, and
when smelling works are established
here, will be a grand source of it C me
to this vMy.-San Diego California.
From crop reports it is estimated
.that the surplus of the Willamette
valley for the year 1882 wilt be
230,000 tons, and that of Eastern
Orvgon and Washington 195,000
tons, a total of 45 1 ,000 tons. The
surplus last yean Valley, 210,000;
Eastern Oregon and Washington,
f ottoa factory.
A movement is on foot among
certain colored men of this city to
organize a cotton maiiufacturin;
company. A charter has been se
cured and a meeting will be held at
8 o'clock this eveiiinff, at the old
Federal court-room, to take steps to
put the enterprise in operation.
A most praiseworthy movement
and which will have the sympathy of
the community and it. ought to have
its practical aid. Nashville Daily
American of Wednesday
Dr. Jones, of Albany, assisted by
Drs. Carpenter, of Portland, and Bar
ker, of Brownsville, removed a can
cer weighing six lbs, from the bieast
of Mrs. Jacob Bash, of Linu county,
on Monday afternoon of last week.
The operation was performed at tfeV
residence of Mrs. Brown in Albany,
who, with Mrs. Jones, cared for the
patient, and it was successfully per
formed and the pat ient is doing well.
Smallpox at Seattle.
The Nellie Boyd Theatrical
Troupe which has hi en playing at
Seattle were billed at New Tacoma
June 1st, but the engagement was
obliged to be cancelled, 011 account
of one of the troupe having been at
tacked with smallpox. A gentleman
who arrived from Seattle last even
ing slates that three of the troupe
are down with this dreadful disease.
The citizens of Salem have s ih
scribd 111,075 toward the fund for
building a woolen mill nt that place.
The remaining $3,925 r quired by
the parties who made the proposi
tion to build it is thought will be
eas ly secured. If this enterprise is
completed it will infuse new life into
the Capitol city again.
May 21st says: The hail storm waa quite
general throughout the State. There wan
just a nice sprinkle here, but at Knoxville
hail-stones weighing- three pounds are re
ported, killing full ;rora hot and smash
ing things up generally.
A young 15-month-old son of Mr. Ben
son, editor of the Vancouver Independent,
died recently from effects of poison occa
sioned by taking too many morphine pills
which the child had got hold of while play
ing around the bouse.
W. Stephens and L. McMorris have had
their property adjoining Wallula Junction
surveyed and platted for a city. While it
is now but a station built on sand, there is
quite a demand for lots along the Main
street of the embryo city.
A mineral spring in Arkansaw, the water
of whieh turns as red as blood when con.
fined in a bottle, and an oil well in Ken
tucky, from which flows an abundant sup
ply of refined petroleum, all ready to pp .
duce a pure and brilliant flame, are among
the new wonders of the country.
On the 19th au emigrant train comprising
five wagons occupied by twelve men and
women, passed through Walla Walla en
route to Texas. This party has b en living
near Moscow, I. T., for ten years, and hav
ing made fortunes, are goiug back to their
old homes to enjoy them- They had a tine
outfit of stock and wag .us.
A serious accident occurred at the Rye
Valley mine on the 12th, occasioned by the
caving of a bank, by which John Kinney, a
miner had both bones of the right let; brok
en, says the Baker City Tribune.. It was
nearly a half hour after the caving of the
bank before his fellow workmen discovered
The old store building of Vandnyn &
Smith on C street, occupied by Mr. S. W.
Alien as a furniture store at Independence,
had a narrow escape from destruction by
fire Monday of lust week. The roof of the
building near the chimney thickly covered
with moss caught fire and was rapidly
spreading; a few buckets of water soon ex
tinguished the blaze.
Loss of a Fiajrer.
James Putmau and John Donaca,
of Sweet Home valley got into a
difficulty some time since, and came
to blows In the fracas Putman got
hold of Donaca's little finger on the
left hand, and bit it so severely that
is had to be amputated.
A Philadelphia boy was asked if
he ever prayed in church and ans
wer d: ''Oh, I always say a prayer
like all the rest do, just before the
sermon begins." "Indeed," respond
ed the astonished querist, "what do
yon say?" "Now 1 lay me down to
sleep." Philadelphia News.
Slipped a ad Fell.
Hon. L. F. Lane met with a very
serious accident at Roseburg ia-t
week. He slipped and fell, his head
Striking against the sharp corner of
a building, inflicting a dangerous
cut on the forehead, which made him
unconscious for fori v-eijjht hours.
Mr. N. Whcaldon, of Salem, last
Tuesday, sold his faim in Benton
county to Mr. II. A. Cleek, of The
Dalles, ror $16,000.
Atlanta has 175 cases of small-pox iu the
The saw mill at Springfield horned down
James Gordon Bennett has given Mrs.
Delong $50,000 in Government bonds.
Seventy thousand immigrants were lan'
ed in this country during the month of
There was sufficient frost in northern
Mississippi on 17th of May last to damage
John F. Waters of Harrisborg shipped
a car load consisting of twenty head of fine
beef cattle, last Monday, toO'Shea k Bros,
Ou account of small-pox in Atlanta the
session of the General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church in the United States,
which was to have convened in Atlanta on
the 1 8th of May, was held in Columbus,
The warm weather i giving the wheat
a decidedly healthy color, says the IF alia
Walla Union. The copious rains with the
present growing weather insures an abund
ant harvest vrhich means good times and a
The attention of immigrants and land
hunters is being turned to the fine "agricul
tural and grazing lands in Washington ter -ritory,
across the Columbia from Umatilla.
Thousand of acres have been taken up op
A braketnan was killed on the X. P. R.
R. on Monday of last week through section
engine running into a car, and another one
killed by the locomotive backing and ran.
ning over him. The names of the parties
killed were not given.
The first regular passenger train passed
over the railroad between The Dalles and
the Cascades Sunday before last. Here
after passengers and freight will be carried
between Walla Walla and Portland with
only one change that at the Cascades.
The Chattanooga (Tenn.) C'ommcrc'a! of
NOTICE FOR PlBUCATICr.
Land office at Oregon City, Oregon,
May 15, 1882.
NOTICK IS HKREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
lowing named settler has tiled notice of hit in
tention to make final proof in fiujiport of his c.;iini,
and that saW proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Benton County at Corvallid, Oregon, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1SS2,
viz : Austin Kncbrook, Homestead Application No.
3273 for the Lots 5 and 12, of See. 7, and 1a, 11 of
Sec. 18, T. 11, S. R. 10W
He name tne following1 witness to prove his contin
uous residence Uon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: John Lucas and A. I). Perkins of Toledo, and
Henrv Vincent And Joseph Johnson, of Corralha, all
of Benton Countv, Oregon.
I.:21w5 L. T. BARIN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon Citv, Orejron.
May 19, 1882.
VOTICF. IS HEREBY CI VEX THAT THE FOL
fv lowing named settler Ins filed notice of his in
tention to wake final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk, of Benton County, at Con alii., Oregon, on
TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1SK2.
viz: Lafayette Pepin, Pre-emption D. S. No. 3553,
for the S. W. J of Sec. 34, T. lu S , K. 9, W.
He name the fo!lwinjr witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upn-i, and cultivation of, mid
land, viz: C A. Bell, I. !'. Eddy. A. S. Ohi'woiMl,
and I. J. Pepin, all of Little Elk, lientou County,
10:: w5 L. T. BA.K.IN". Rcgifcter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATICN.
Land Offcc at Rosebnrj, Oregon.
May 23, 1S8 .
VOTICE IS I1ERF.BY CI VEX THAT THE FOL-
lowing named settler ha filed notice of Ms in
tuitu n to make final proof in support of hi. claim,
and that said proof will be made before the Judire
or Clerk of Bentou County, at Corvallis, Oregon, on
TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1882.
viz: Robert S Mitchell, Homestead No. 2736 for the
LoU 3, 4 & 5 E of S. W. Sec. 6, T. 14, S. R. 9, W.
He names the following witnesses to prove hi con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, iaid land,
viz: M. V. Springer, W. D. Barclay, J. K. Barclay,
B. J. Hauthorn. all of Tidewater, Benton County,
19-22-w.S W. F. BENJAMIN, Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In U matter of the Estate of Jidm W. Wilkinson
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed administratrix of the said estate.
All persons having claims against said estate will
present the same to me, at my residence, in Willam
ette precinct, Benton County, Oregon, within six
months from this date in due form.
L. A. WILKINSON.
Administratrix of estate of Jno. W. Wi.kinson. dee'd.
Dated, June 2, 1882. 19:23-w5
The firm of Carter Williamson is this day dis
solved by nrittial consent. H. E. Carter retire and
the undersigned continues the business, and will
collect all debts due, and a.u ue all liabilities of,
the late firm. R. X. WILLIAMSON.
Wells, Oregon, May 29, 1882. ju2
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Per single meals 50
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Otiretl my little girl of fits. She was also
deaf ami rluml), but it cureil her. She can
now talk ami hear as well as anybody.
Peter Boss, Springwatcr, Wis.
SAMARITAN NEB VI IV E
Has been the means of curing my wife of
rheumatism. J. B. Fletcher,
Fort Collins, Col.
SAMARITAN NEK VINE
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my
son. E. B. Ralls, Hiattsville, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, 'neuralgia and sick
headache. Mrs. Win. Henson, Aurora, 111.
Was the me ins of curing my wife of spasms.
Bev. J. A. Edie, Beaver, Pa.
Cnred.me of asthma, after spending over
$3000 with other doctors.
S. R. lloljson, New Alliany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Je iai; Warren,
740 West, Van Burcti St., Chicago, I'd.
Cured onr child of tits after ;;iven tip to rlin
by our family physician, it having over 100
in 24 hours. Henry Knee,
Vervilla, Warren Co., Tenn.
Cnred me of seroffula after suTerinj; for
eight years. Albert Simpson, Peoria, 111.
Cured my son of fits, after sj lending $2400
with itltl utii. J. W. Thornton,
Cnre 1 roe permanently of epileptic fits of a
Rev. Wm. Martin, Mechanicstiwu, Md.
CnreI my ojj oi rii, after having had
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Mrs. E. Forbes, West Potsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' stand
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Granhy, NeJvton Co., Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of
many years duration. Jacob Snter,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Cureil me of bronchitis, asmatha and
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i I ronton, Ohio.
Has cured me of asmatha; also scrofula of
many years standing. Isaac Jewell,
Cured me of fits. Have been well for over
four years. Charles E. Cnrtis,
Osakis, Douglass Co., Minn.
Cnred a friend of mine who had dyspepsia
very badly. Michael O'Connor,
Has permanently cured mo of epileptic fits.
David Trembly. Des Moines, Iowa.
Cured my wife ot epilepsy of 35 years
standing. Henry Clark, Fairfield Mich.
Cnred my wife of a nervous disease of the
head. E. Graham, North Hope, Pa.
Cured my son of fits. He has not had a
fit for about four years. John Davis,
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Cor. SecooU and Monroe Sts.,
C&;YALE.IS, : ORECOJf,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
F" IT 11 s I T TJ Tl jr;
Coffins and. Caskets.
Work done to order on short notice and at
Corvallis, July 1, 1881. 18:27yl.
THE YAQUINA HOUSE!
It now prepared to accommodate travelers
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
MEALS AT ALL H'UUS FOR
OSLY 25 CEHTS.
Constantly on hand, at the
LOWEST LIVING RATES.
Siltianed on the Vao,Sina Road, half way
from Corvallis to Newport.
19:12m3. P. BRYANT.
Main St., Corvulllsj, Orogon.
OWNING BOTH DAKNS I AM PRKPAKKn TO
offer snparior uecoimnuilations in the Livery line.
Always really for a driyo,
At Low R:tos
My stmLlei are ftr-it-cl- in every rcvocc. anU cow
petent and obliging hoatlers alwiv
ready ta twrvc the puolic,
REASONABLE CHARGES FDR HIRE.
P rtlcular Attention Paid to Boarding
ELEGANT HEARS?., CAl KIAGr.S AND HACKfc
Corvallis, Juno 24. 1381. 18ri3tf.
.... I'K.U.UIM IN
PnVSICIANS' PRESCKTPTIONS CAKEFULLY
completed, and onlen answered nith care and dij
paten. Farmers an 1 physician from the country, will find
otir stock of Medicines complete, warranted genuine
and of the best quality.
Corvallis, April 7. 18S0. 17:15tf
UPHOLSTERER AND DEALER IN
(IN ALL COLORS AND SIEES),
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BRACKETS AND MIRRORS.
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copv of our Illustrated Journal of Health, giving
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WM' Epileptic InrfHntc,
19-Irl if. JOSEHH, MP.
Wniies and HrpnirN to Order.
LOUW EASY CHAIRS,
Lowest lining Prices.
LL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE
L this office. Letter heads, etc.
j a, week In yonr osrn town. Terms and 85 ontflt
I free. Addresf B. Hal leu & Co.. Portland, Mr.
(LATE FROM ENGLAND)
Tiro daon North of the Vincent Honse,
AU Order promptly Executed.
Repair, and cleaning at moderate prieea. 18:261r
Indeprndcat FrelgM & PasscnerSteamcr
A. A. MoCULLY,
I. B. SANBURN Master
Will Leave Portland
On Sandays end Wednesdays at 5 A, M,
For Wheatland. Lincoln, Suleni, Eo!a. Iiultpendiiire,
Fairview, Bilcn Vista, Albany, Corvallin, Ilarrisburg
and all intermediate points ou Willamette River,
Eeturcing Tuesdays and Fridays.
Office and landing Pacific Dork.
'.. .1. HATCH, Agent, 220 Front St, Portland.
Or T. J. Blair, aipmt at Corvallis. 18:51u6.
It. is not wealth, or f:un, or state,
Bat "wit np and git" that makes me
T HAVE JUST BEEN TO S. A. HEMPHILL'S TO
I get one of tlin-:e new all hand-made harness,
where all work is warranted. l'J-15m2
35 Cents per Gallon.
WHEN REQUIRED FOR INFANTS. THE MIL
of one cow will be furnished.
Milk warranted PURE.
LISTEN FOR THE BELL!
A. O. BIULKEY, Proprietor.
Corvallis, January 7, 1SS0. 16:21ml,
E STATE AGENCY.
Head Office adjoining; the Postofliee,
Corvallis - Orcgau.
The above agency 1 as the largest and best selec
tion of famta and ranches for sale in lienton County.
For full particulars of propcrtiej see " Oregon
Persons desiriKK satisfaction in baying or selling
should firt "xmanuteate with CnliF HcRtHRT
Nash, who will give tbeni every attention.
For Vaqaimt Bay. Tiiiiimook,
and Cray Harbor, t'irert.
nnro mnc rri;Tivn CTT A V VTt
JAMES E. D::NX7 SffaHeT
Will leave Pacific l ock, Portland, for tl.e above port-,
Sunday, April 24, at 3 O'clock 1. S.
For freight or passatre applv at the office on dock.
Z J. HATCH. Agent,
2-.M Front street, Portland
Or T. J. Blair, ajrent at Corvalli.-i. 18:5ime
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MINATURK TO
First Class Work Only f
Copyhicr In all brandies. I tice of nil k:nt!:. and
nrewtKKi taken at caaa prices. t-.
Ho for Yaqnina Ray!
C. B. Mays, Proprietor.
Ihis irorsE is sittated on the summit,
23 miles from Corvallia and 38 from Newport.
Have lately built a larjre and conimodiou houwe for
the accommodation of the travelintr public, and are
fi.mishim; it a nw. Will keep on bund everything
tne market aiioros. Meau au ci-nis. uvoa nay anu
oatu always on hand. 18:4Uu.
Having received a
LARGE QHMITV OF LOGS
Is hotter preared than ever to funiufa
(Old " NATIONAL," EataUiahkd 188C
12S Frout St.,
Between Washington and Alder,
PORTLAND, . . . OKEGOff.
A. P. ARMSTRONG FnBcipal
J. A. WESCO I'euuau and orUr.
Designed for the business education of both mat
Student, admitted on any week day oi the year. No
examination os entering.
RATES OF TUITIOX :
SCHOLARSHIP, BinineM room, . . . .
TELEGRAPHY, Complete Course
WRITING, per month
. Si 0
Of all kind, done in e-sjn art Mir manner, at rea
sonable ratea. Send lor estimate. The "Coflegv
Journal," coBtainin? information oi Gwne, and ent
of ornamental pnmuanahip, tree.
Address A P. ARMSTRONG".
Lock Box 104, Portland. Oregon
cheerfully recommend the pnwent manage
ment of the Portland business CoIIere. Mr. Arm
strong, whom I have known for many yean, is aa
experienced teacher and a practical Lusinen man.
H. M. DkFRANCK,
Pres. old "National" CoUeco.
J. W. HANSON,
Next door North of old Gazette Office,
COR VI,, LIS, - - - - OREGON.
Pantaloons, maile to order of Oreo
Goods for $7.50.
English Goods, $11. French, 514.
tWStins from $30 to $tf0.-3i
Cleaning and Repairing done at Reasonabl
ALE. ORDERS FILLED
To all whom it may concern:
That my wife Martha has Ml my bed and board
without j u at cause. I warn all persons not to trust
her or my account, (or I win not be responaibTe for
inv debt, rite may coutrart.
Mav9. 1SS2. M. PORTBB, ,
uaylTmil Corrallis, Fenton county, Or
"For beanty of tone, touch and action, I
have never seen their equal."
CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG.
"The Rim be' U absolute j tbebnt laM
A. L. BAKCRCFT & CC.
721 Market Street. S. P.
Sole Aitent, for the 1'acific Coast. I!:n
TO THE lin Mil MFIHIEB
Those SuUeriug from It-bility,
Nervous Pro.sti alien, I is t
Vitality, Sexual Infirmities,
rpiTR nnr.AT SKvr tboiie n.wr wno abb
i Ktlffcrinic frum Si.XVAL ANO NEfcVOUS COM
I 1.A1NVS i- a pltyMHaM a; o ran con.pr!l:end tbeir
ailment, and n-ccs.:utly treat U.cm.
Tiie crcncral jTactiti.-N-ir i- not jra.Hcienlly jJullti
hi these cfevise. of troubles to !o an asal it muit
left to the SPECIALIST, who by edncat:on. Ion
practice, thornngh ltnowlri"ge a:d eomprelionai w
mind, is prepared to cure them.
dr. J. c. mm
Opened hi? now ,-elt bratei Iii-titnte Id ISM fur t!
puriH-.cj h affiirlhi the uitRctod the certaii.tr t
hnnon.Hu and aillful tn-atn it and purrtwt : A
porruantnt reliration, antl tor overdo yrm i bx
sustained the firt renk nut only uoo this t.ort fru.
throughout the civilized world.
I am aware that bv dwclliitg- ujon ao nninTiting- a
suNJcct a the DECAY OF SEXUAL YXOft U)
?:i.ra:it my asperse my motive, but
the desire Jo inform t!.fte wbm are taffer
insr (h.onph iff!-edr-iRe tr h fcy tMN
cs nnsoTMnt of kaovled Ihai a ca-e
can be had. are net only harry lot: them
to aa vntiaieSx prae, but eftl?
sexual WLiif-tmil as an inheritance to lotere 5nnra
t'.oiui, it too ffreat an incentive to pcrntit lb to U
IF Y'T A
' MIM. SLlliUT UHWH S Wlih.N V t'T R II
CIThlaSNT, VAKIA11LK TI MPKK. TRKMBTJNU.
PALPITATIOS, KLL'sHfS, &c. (K IF VOl' HAVri
PltA(T10-.I SKLF-AHl'SK LVEN IN THK 81.IUIIT
1CST PARTit'ULAH yon are suffering from the
Dread Lr.rciy of Human Llfr,
And should not hesitate to seek at once hcaJtk.atwl
liav!'.. in a cure.
Cl'K-S GfAItANTF.En. FEKS MOW.RATK
ClN.S V LTATION BY LLTl'tK OK OTHEUWISK.
VKEK. EsflwdTCly srab Rmtdlci (aril.
You are- especially liable to nfferfre; frotr :KKRT"
OUS PROSTKATH'N. All your peculiar complain,
are ner'oua in their origin and hejece vuir .uficrirc
are terribly dcpreatiny or inexpreaaibry , Inten. Ta
Poctor in lib researches ami praetiee tf KKKYOtTS
TRorBI.KS has made your orenlzatitn a apecial
ftudy and is thus enabled from his experience and
knowledge to aid and cure you in any of the
Troubles, Weakness-s. distresses and Suf-feiiin-.
s! U b you arc liable.
jTVuu will And in the Doctor a friend upon,
whfim you can rely for comfort, aid and cure.
Dr. Veuns's Fn:alp Remedies kav
attained a reputation for efflciercy unci ualled by
any medicine or medical prescription eier offered;.
Tliey can be suit by mail or express.
Those desiriinr personal care and attention can ba.r
all neceaaary accommodations fundsftejl.
- Or- ' .- w. .
Those who cannot tWt the city can bar utrHv their-
symptoms in their own way, receive advice, and wheat
desired, treatment at home with every assurance of
a cure. . .
LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED,
DR. J. C. YCUNO,
So. 7 mtMtm St.
San Francisco, Feb. 21, 18S2.
Attorney at Law,
will practice in all of the Courts of the State.
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We are opposite the t" S. Patent Office, enaasred iu
PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, and ran ob
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patentability tree ef cbarire; and we make Sts
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t J nice. For circular, advice, terms, and reference to
actual clients in your own state and county , address.
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