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Cures Epileptic Fits, Spasms, Convulsions, St.
'V.tns Dance, Virtigo, Hysterics, Insanity, Apoplexy,
1'ar lvsis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all Nervous
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and utterly destroys the cause.
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
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of the Beiin, Internal Heat, Gravel, inflammation
of the Bladder, Irritability of the Bladder. For
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During the chance of life no Female should be
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rest, comfort and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism, Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Esttag. These degrading- habits are by Car
the wor.it evils that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands die annually from these
noxious drugs. The druukard drinks liquor not be
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and treating his friends, little thinking that he is on
his road to ruin. Like the Opium Eater, he first
uses the drug in small quantities as a harmclens an
tidote. The soothing influence of the drug takes
1 1 1 mil hold upon its victim, leading him ou to his
own destruction. The habits of Opium Eating and
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stomach, which redoubles its earn ings until it para
lyzes both the sto:raeh and apetite. So every drink
of liquor or dose of opium, instead of satisfying,
only adds to its fierce fierce fires, until it consumes
the vital force and then itself. Like the gluttonous
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enough until its own rapacity devours itself. Samar
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Cure Nervous Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart.
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Nervous debility, caused by the indiscretions of
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Cured my little girl of fits. She was also
deaf and dumb, but it cured her. She cau
now talk ami hear as well as anybody.
Peter Ross, Springwater, Wis.
Has been the means of curing my wife of
rheumatism. J. B. Fletcher,
Fort Collins, Col.
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. Wm. Henson, Aurora, 111.
AVas the ineins of curing my wife of spasms.
Bev. J. A. Edie, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over
3000 with other doctors.
S. R. Hobson, New Albany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Jennie Warren,
740 West Van Buren St., Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die
ly our family physician, it having over 100
. in 24 hours. Henry Knee,
Vcrvilla, Warren Co., Tenn.
Cured me of scroffula after suffering for
eight years. Albert Simpson, Peoria, 111.
Cured my son of fits, after spending $2400
with tl.tr dcttcis. J.W.Thornton,
. Claiborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently of epileptic fits of a
Rev. Wm. Martin, Mechanicstown, Md.
Cured, my sou of fits, after having had
2500 iu eighteen mouths.
Mrs. E. Forbes, West Potsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' stand
ing. Miss Orlena Marshall,
Granby, Nearton Co., Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of
many years duration. Jacob Snter,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asmatha and
general debility. Oliver Myers,
Has cured me of asmatha; also scrofula of
many yeara standing. Isaac Jewell,
Cured ms of fits. Have been well for over
four year3. Charles E. Curtis,
Osakis, Douglass Co., Minn.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia
very badly. Michael O'Connor,
Has permanently cured 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
fit for .about four years. John Davis,
Woodburu, Macoupin Co., 111.
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FKIDAY MORNING, JULY 21. 1882.
Eola is above Salem on the west
side of the Willamette river. An
adjacent skirt of timber supplies the
town with furlj it also furnishes an
abundance of saw logs that are rafted
to the mills below on the river. Cur
iously enough there is not a mill in
Eola. The Willamette, LaCreole and
numerous mountain springs afford
water and water power for the town.
The vast fields aud the last ware
houses indicate the richness ot the
soil and the consequent handsome
yield of grain. Fruits and vegeta
bles of many varieties fringe, like or
naments, the ro id that leads to and
from town. This road connects the
town with Salem, on the one side, and
with the "up river" towns on the
other: and I might also say right
here, that road is the street of Eola;
but the business part of town is on a
iioint of the road about four miles
The large commodious school house
is on a slight eminence,the ponderous
buildings on the LaCreole below, the
numerous business houses between,
interlined with paths, alleys and
streets, and the lack ot the cheeky
drummer and noisy hotel runner, in
dicates the pacific spirit tiial seems
to characterize its inhabitants. Eola
is one of those happy, quiet little
towns that attends to its own bni
ness and makes no fuss about it.
You never hear of a great railroad
project or a IT. S. Senatorship that
trouble that people they are too
happy they want nothing to do with
either. Nor on the other hand do
you ever read an account ot an Eola
homicide or divorce case. No, nev
er; thrre are no newspaper reporters
If you are inquisitive or pleasnre
seeking, go with me no; I am not
going again but as I was going to
say, manage to get on the boat some
day when it loads with grain, wood
and wool at Eola. You will have
time enough to seek pleasnre then.
You will saunter around till you get
tired. You will conclude you are
due at Salem' at 2 e'clodk r. m.; but
the boat is due when it gets there.
You miss your four o'clock dinner.
The sun leisurely drops down behind
his curtain of crimson and gold; and
all this scenery gives way to the
solemnity of .the n'ght; and the boat
not loafted yet; then, I think, you will
meditate on the meaning of the
name (Eola) my God.
The buildings, generally, are mark
ed .with age. In fact, to make a gen
erality of the matter, there are no.
new buildings there. Just how old
t lie city is no one knows as the incor
poration papers were lost during the
high water in the time of Noah the
Willamette river over does the mat
ter every once in a while.
J. P. Horner.
DECAY OF SERIOUSNESS.
One of the depressfng ssgns of the
limes is the general decay ot serious
ness, which shows itself in many
ways in conversation, in literature,
and in the occupations of life. How
hard it is to engage anybody in a
sober and earnest conversation! Peo
ple like to talk well enough and will
talk without ceasing on the most
(rifling subjects. They are ready to
gossip, to entertain each other with
the small talk of society, but it is
rare, in comparison, that we sit down
with one who seems to delight in
conversation of a high kind. The
mass of the people do not even think
seriously. They have no convictions,
and do not care to have any, even
while life is so solemn and earnest
and so swiftly passing away. They
do not care to think deeply about
anything except th;ir special line of
business. They avoid the trouble of
a real intellectual grapple with any of
the great problems of life. They do
not want, to be burdened with opin
ions which are formed as the result
of thought, and which may compel
them to some positive action or to
sacrifice. They would get their
views as they have their dinners,
where they can be had the easiest,
and take their creeds as they buy
their clothes, "ready made" and easy
to put on. Id politics they go in a
party; iu religion with ' a sect; to
which they eive up their own inde
pendent thinking, content to have it
done for them. And in this lack of
seriousness and sincerity we find the
reason for eo many different parties,
When to cat Grasses.
The report of the analytical chem
ist of the Department of Agriculture,
summing up the results of the analy
sis of nearly all the cultivated grasses
says: "It is apparent, then, that, in
most cases the lime of bloomer there:
about, is the fittest for cutting grasses
in order to obtain the most nourish
ment and largest and relatively prof
itable crops, and for the following
reasons: The amount of water has
dimii::shed and the shrinkage will
therefore be less. The weight will
be largest in proportion lo the nutri
tive value of its constituents. The
amount of nitrogen not present as al
buminoids will be at its lowest point;
fiber will not be so excessive as to
prevent digestion, and the nutritive
ratio will be more advantageous. If
cut earlier, the shrinkage is larger,
although the fiber is less and albumen
is a little larger. The palatability
may be increased, but the total nu
triments to the acre will not be so
large, and the nutritive ratio will be
more abnormal. The disadvantages
of late cutting are evident in the di
gestibility of the nutriments, and the
falling off of the album by convers
ion into amides. This is not made
up by the larger crop cut."
An Evening Visit to Some of Its Opium Dens
Who the Smokers Are The Sights of mis
ery and Disease at Every Turn - Bulks on
the Old Barbary Coast How Tea is Recon
structed In Chinatown.
No one who has passed through
the Chinese qnarter can have failed
to notice at the doors of many of the
buildings and along the wall side of
the sidewalks large, round, fiat bas
kets, upon which is spread some
thing which looks like a mass of
small dried wood stems, and which
is token by most observers to be to
bacco in the process of manufacture.
A Daily Report n-presentative
thought so until yesterday, when he
found out that he had all along been
making a mistake about it. The
stuff is tea, m v
PROCESS OF RECONSTRUCTION
As it were. The thrifty Mongolian,
when he has enjoyed his tea in the
Chinatown restaurant or habitation,
or when he has washed the dishes in
the boarding house or private dwel
ling which employs him. does not
throw away the used leaves, he even
buys the leaves left over in our num
erous hotels and restaurants, and
keeps a watchful eye on wasteful
Caucasians who fling they tea
grounds into the barrels. Every
available tea leaf, no matter how bad
ly soaked out and used up, the Mon
golian carries in his pockets, in his
baskets, in his pocket handkerchief,
in every conceivable fashion and ves
sel to the Chinese quarter, where the
reconstructors or renovators take
charge of it. These ingenious and
patient scoundrels first soak the
leaves en masse, by steaming them.
Then it is treated with Prussian blue
and indigo. After that the renovat
ors roll it between their diseased or
dirty hands and give it a certaiu
form, so as to imitate the crisp new
leaf, gypsum being plentifully mixed
with it to give it weight and then
soap stone is added to make it bright.
The result is put into pac kages, is
shipped down town to the wholesal
ers or to the Chinese stores with
which foolish Caucasians trade and
is sold as an extra fine quality of Jap
anese green tea. Aside from the
filthiness of the process from first to
last, it will not be comforting to
tea consumers to think that they
are imbibing a solution of cyanide
of potassium in their "tea;" yet
Prussian Blue is largely composed
of that deadly poison.
ANOTHER FAVORITE FRAUD
by which the Chinese turn many
a penny at the expense of the un
sophisticated Caucasian is that of
importing from China the very
commonest brands of tea and doc
toring and repacking them iu
Chinatown, so as to look like the
finest brands. The unanimiry with
which Chinese domestics prefer
coffee in Caucasians' households and
defer their tea drinking nntil they
visit the Quarters would seem to
indicate that if the whites don't
know much about the treatment
tea receives, the Chinese do. The
only way for people to do, who do
not want to drink a decoction from
snch tea leaves as has been describ
ed, is to buy their tea only from
firms of undoubted standing and
respectibility and to let the rest
severely alone. The doctored tea
can easily be detected. If it leaves
a green sediment on the cup or if
the inside of the canister when
rubbed leaves a dark blue of green
ish mark upon the hands, then be
sure you have some of the stuff that
has lain in flat baskets upon the
sidewalks of the Chinese quarter.
A Daily Report representative
took a short walk through the Chi-
nesejuarters last night and looked
into the opium dens. They were
all iiUliy loathsome holes. There
is not an opium den in the city that
is not. There is not one that ar
.proaches in appearance the "di
vans' pictured in Eastern periodi
cals as closely as a sparrow ap
proaches in appearance a bird of
paradise or a golden pheasant.
The keeping of an opium den such
as those the reporter saw last night,
is considered even by the Chinese a
The balance of the article refers
to opium smoking and leprosy
TUTU OUT THE FRUIT.
Those wTio desire to produce the
best quality of fruit should no: allow
their trees to overbear. But how can
we help it? We will tell you. Keep
a good look out among your trees,
and whn you see that the fruit i
setting too thick, begin the work of
thinning it out. This may be done
in various ways. If your trees have
been pruned back well and superflu
ous branches cut out of the inside of
the head, you should cot use the
shears or the knife to cut off more
branches, but should only cut off the
small fruit where it has set too close
together. With shears in hand, and
alight, handy step ladder, you can
go over the trees rapidly, clipping off
parts of bunches of fruit, and thus re
lieve the tree of the draft upon it. in
attempting to perfect an overcrop,
and turns all its strength to the pei-
fection of what you leave. If the
tree has not been fully pruned, then
use the shears in cutting off and
shortening the branches so as to les
sen the amount of fruit on the tree
and at the same time giving the tree
shape and proportion. It is mucl
better to do this lopping off ot limbs
and long blanches now, than to al
low an over-crop of fruit to lop and
break off later in the season. A fair
quantity of good, well-grown and
matured fruit is worth much more for
use or to sell than a large quantity of
poor, half grown, insipid fruit. If you
would avoid the latter and secure the
I former, attend to your fruit trees at
once. Go over your orchard now
and in a month from now if you find
the trees still too full, go over them
again; but the sooner the surplus
fruit is removed now the better for
the tree and the fruit left on it. Near
ly all kinds of fruit trees are inclined
to over-bear in California, hence they
require close watching and a good
deal of thinning out.
The Decline ln'Sugar .
San Francisco Journal of Commerce.
The decline of Monday has been
the first in a long lime. The market
has been exceptionally steady for two
months. This was caused by the
fact that though the stock of sugar in
the world at large was greater than
in 1881, yet the stock iu the United
States was much 'ower. This anom
aly has been gradually giving way,
and the visible sign is evident in the
reduction. We predicted this reduc
lion seve.al months ago.
In Spain it is the custom for every
one who eats a fruit to dig a little
hole and plant the seed, and the
roads in that country are lined with
trees, the fruits of which are free to
all. Some one says the man has not
lived in vain who plants a good tree
in the right place; and the sentiment
which prompted the tree-planting or
ganizations at the West, and caused
a day to be set apart for a united,
voluntary public effort in this behalf,
is akin to that which set on foot our
charitable and missionary societies."
35 Cents pei Gallon.
WHEN REQUIRED FOR INFANTS. THE MIL
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Milk warranted PURE.
LISTEN FOR THE BELL!
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CorralliB, January 7, 1880. lC:21nil,
Head Office adjoining the Postoffice,
Corvallis, - - - Oregon.
The above agency has the largest and best selec
tion of (anus and ranches for sale in Benton County.
For full particulars of properties see "Oregon
Persons desiring satisfaction in buying or selling
should first iTomniunicate with Chaklks Hkrbebt
Nash, who will give them every attention.
For Yaqniim Bay, Tillamook,
aud Gray Harbor, direct.
THE NEW COASTING STEAMER
JAMES E. DENNY Master
Will leave Pacific Dock, Portland, for the above polls,
8nnday9 April 2d, at 3 O'clock 4. HI.
For freight or pasaatre apply at the office on dock.
Z. J. HATCH, Agent,
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Or T. J. Blair, agent at Corvallis. 18:51m
Ph 5t rap!i Gallery.
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MIN ATURE TO
A St. Lonis boy drank milk with
out taking the chew of tobacco out
of his mouth. The milk washed
the tobacco down his throat, and
he died ot nicotine poisoning.
The New York, Chicago and St.
Louis, between Buffalo aud Chica
go, has received rolling stock and
motive power to the amount of
2000 freight cars and 70 locomo
Yellow fover has visited the conn
try sixty -five times. The last vis
itation, in 1878, caused 100,000 cas
es, 20,000 deaths, and cost in direct
and indirect losses $100,000,000.
Colonel Bagley ot Covington,
Ga., owns a mule eighty years of
age, and soon will publish his ped
igree in order to convince people
that the age of the animal is not
RhoJo Island's first case under
the Fifteenth Amendment is that a
negro lawyer, who was refused ad
mission td a skating rink on oc
count of his color and procured the
iudictucut of the managers.
First Class Work Only!
Copying in all branches P uce of all kinds and
firewood taken at cash prices. E. HESLOP.
Having received a
LARGE QVMiTY OF LOGS
Is better prepared than ever to furnish
ALL. ORDERS FILLED
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Is now prepared to accommodate travelers
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MEALS AT ALL HOURS FOR
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Constantly on hand, at the
LOWEST LIVING RATES.
Situaned on the Yaqnin.i Goad, half, way
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19:12m3. P. BRYANT.
Independent Freight & PaMcngerKteamer
A. A. McCULLY,
t B. SANBURN .....Master
Will Leave Portland
On Sundays and Wednesdays at 5 A, If,
For Wheatland. Lincoln, Salem, Kola, Independence,
Fairview. Buena Vista. Albany. Corvallis, Harrisburg
and all intermediate points on Willamette River,
Betarning Tuesdays and Fridays.
Omce and landing Pacific Dock.
Z. J. HATCH, Agent, 220 Front 8t. , Portland.
Or T. J. Bum, agent at Corvallis. 18:51in6.
It is not wealth, or fame, or state,
But "git up aud git that makes me
I HAVE JUST BEEN TO S. A. HEMPHILL'S TO
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Real Estate for Sale.
Will sell a farm of 478 acres for less than 818 per
acre, being one of the cheapest and -best farms in
Bentoi. countv. situated 4 miles west of Monroe. of
a mile from a good school, in one of the best neigh
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About 130 acres in cultivation, and over 400 can be
cultivated. AH under fence, with, good two story
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water the vear around, and is well suited tor stock
and dairy purposes. This is one of the cheapest farms
in the Willamette Valley
Also, two improved lots on the main business street
with small stable, woodshed and a good, comfortable
dwelling house containing seven good rooais. These
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Lock Box 104, Portland. Oregoa
jzTI cheerfully recommend the present manage
ment of the Portland Business Coll ere. Mr. Ana
strong, whom I have known for many years, is aa
experienced teacher and a practical basins saan. I
H. M. DkFRANCE, '
Pres. old National" Cellag.
J. W. HANSON,
Next door North of old Gazette Onto,
CORVALLIS, - - - - OREGON.
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Goods for $7.50.
English Goods, $11. French, $14
tarSuit from 30 to $60.
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Per day $10
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Per single meals M
apr28m3 T- U. ARRET.
TO THE M M AFFLICTED!
Those Suffering from Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Loss of
Vitality, Sexual Infirmities,
THE GREAT NEED THOSE HATE WHO ARR
suffering from SEXUAL AND NERYOUS COM
PLAINTS is a physician who can comprehend their
ailments and successfully treat them.
The general practitioner is not sufficiently skill
in these classes of troubles to do so and it mast h
left to the SPECIALIST, who by education, Ira
practice, thorough knowledge and compreaensir
mind, is prepared to cure them.
DR. J. C. YOUNG
Opened his now celebrated Institute in ltse for tfca
purpose of affording the afflicted the certainty el
honorable and skillful treatment and perfect and
permanent restoration, and for over 30 years it ha
sustained the first rank not only upon this Coast bat
throughout the civilixed world.
I am aware that by dwelling upon so unlavitiag a
subieet as the DECAY OF SEXUAL VIGOR the
mnrani mav asDcrse mv motive, but
4 1, Amtr t Inhrst 4fct was arc
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.n,r ilirnMirh IwiiArancs. ar aha
'r vrmnt mt k navraealwA that a
CBSIKB.V. - -- - - "
... l. UmA bm nnt info harrvlsMV t newt -
solves to an nnHmelj 'grare, bat gMmr
sexual weakness as an inheritance to future genera1
tions, is too great an incentive to permit see t a
IF YOU ARE 8UFFERING FROM N IOHT LOSS
ES NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESSES, CONFUSION
MIND, SLIGHT LOSSES WHEN UNDER EX
CITEMENT, VAKIABIJ! TEMPER, TREMBLING.
PALPITATION, FLUSHES, kc, OR IF YOU HAVE,
PRACTICED SELF-ABUSE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT
EST PARTICULAR you are suffering from the
Dread Enemy f BnaaU Life,
And should not hesitate to seek at once health and
happiness in a cure.
CURES GUARANTEED, FEES MODERATE
CONSULTATION BY LETTER OR OTHERWI8E.
FREE. ExtlHsIvHy TegctaMc KneeSei Cacel.
You are especiallv liable to suffering from NERY
OUS PROSTRATION. All your peculiar complaiaal
are nervous in their origin and hence your raaeffetfa
are terribly depressing or inexpressibly kerajiaia
Doctor in his researches and practice of NERTOvp
TROUBLES has made your orgsnixatiia a seeetat
study aud is thus enabled from his experieaee and
i i 1 -1 A A a..m wnn In mt the
1 roubles, Weaknesw, Bistre, ami Nf
ferinsslo vtiUb you are nan. j
yYou will find in the Doctor a Mead tpea
whom you can rely for comfort, aid and ears, t ,
Dr. Young's F'male Remedies have
attained a reputation for efficiency unequalled br
majiMiu ir m .Uit nrnfrintion ever offered.
They can be sent by mail or express. saeaeBl
inose aesinne; bmbmh erc .-w
all necessary accommodations furnished.
m, t ,-;; K J am Kv all lee Ibslr
symptoms in their own way, receive adTice,.aBd aea
desired, treatment at home with every eetutaaes at
LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROTED.
Addre9S DR. J. C. YOUMt
So. 7 Staektaej M.
San Francisco, Feb. 21, 1881
Obtained, and all business in the U. SPatent
or in wie t.wui bww " . -
We are opposite the V. 8 Patent OUSee, engaged, la
PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, and can eV
tain patents in ics. w" . - . 1 1
WASHINGTON. . .
Whan model or drawing is sent we advise acta
patentability free of charge; and fft
CHARGE UN-LESS WE OBsglN PA3-Tr" v
We refer, here, to the Post Master, the rapt, at the
Monev Order Div. , and to officials of the U. 8. Patent
Office. For circular, advice, terms, and, rsteraaee ta
actual clients in your own state and county, adaraej,
C. A. SNOW & Cq.,
19 S Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C
C . MA DDE N ,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in of thcC wts o the State,