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MRS. 0. R. ADDITON
Will be pleased t receive Pupils for
PIANO or ORGAN
At her residence corner of 4th and Jefferson
Crects, Corvallis, or will visit them at their homes
we purpose of instructuij them. Terms r- ..sou
The study of Harmony a Specialty.
W. C. Crawford,
"EEPS CONSTANTLY O.V HAND A LARGE
W assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
A!l kinds of repairing done on short noticd, and uK
work warranted. IS:33-yl
I" IIOTOGR API1S FKOJI KIHATUKK
First Class Work Only!
Copying" in all branches. P
firewood taken at cash prices.
uce of all kinds and
Head Office adjoining the Postoflice,
Corvallis - - - Oregon.
The above agency has the largest and best selec
tion of farms and ranches for sale in Benton County.
For full particulars of properties see " Oregon
Persons desiring satisfaction in buying or selling
should first communicate with Ciiaklks Herbert
Nasn, who will give them every attention.
C. W. PHILBRICK,
Contractor and Bridge Builder,
35 Cents per Gallon HI
WHEN REQUIRED FOR INFANTS. THE MIL
of one cow will be furnished.
Milk warranted PURE.
LISTEN FOR THE BELL!
A. O. MULKEY, Proprietor.
Corvallis, January 7, 1880. 19:27yl
NEW FIRM !
We have in stock the
Deeriiifr Twine Binders,
Detrin and Standard Mow.tp,
Minnesota Chief Thrt-bhers,
Minnesota Giant and Stillwater Engines, Elwood
mounted Horse-Power, Centennial Fanning n-ill, cel
ebrated Buckeye line of Seeders and Drills.
We also keep the celebrated Whitewater and
June2yl W. H. MILLHOLLAND.
II . E. H ARRIS,
One Door South of Graham & Hamilton's,
COItVALLIS, - - OREGOS.
Wt$ty (Jorratlis fc.
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 1, 1882.
Cora-'Uis, June 21, 1832. 19-19yl
Will attend promptly to all work under
HaviDg received a
URGE QUANTITY OF LOGS
Is better prepared than ever to furnish
' V" OF
The Star Bakery !
CORVALLIS, - OREGON
P. N. ZIEBOLF, PROPRIETOR.
FAMILY SUPPLY STORE.
CANDIES, TOYS, far
AJwava on hand 19:26yl
vitron. Cut watermelon into
suitable lengths, or any fancy shapes;
scald in alum water; then scald in
weak ginger tea. Make a syrup of
white sugar, a pound and a quarter
of sugar to a pound of fruit. Flavor
with mace and stick cinnamon. This
is a beautiful and delicious preserve.
"Websteb Cake. 1 cup of butter,
fup of sugar, cup of molasses,
1 cup of sweet milk, 1 teaspoon of
saleratus, 2 eggs; add finit, currants,
raisins, citron, cloves, nuimeg, 3 cups
of flour. Beat butter and sugar to
gether, add eggs well beaten. Put
the saleratus into the molasses and
stir well, then add to the cake. Nex:
milk and flour. The spice can be
put into the butter and sugar. Last
add the fruit rolled in flour. Tins is
cheap fruit cake which keeps some
time. Anna L. Wilte.
Canning Green Beans. Select
tender beans, string and wash them,
put on to cook in plenty of water.
After they have boiled awhile, pour
off I he water. Cover them with boil
teg water add about half as much
salt as would be sufficient to season
for the table. Cook until tinder, but
not entirely done; pack closely in tin
cans, fill to the brim with boilino-
water and 6eal.
ALL, ORDERS FILLED
(Old ' NATIONAL," Established 1800.
128 Front St.,
Between Washington and Alder,
PORTLAND, . . OREGON.
An institution designed for the practical
business education of both sexes.
REPAIRING DONE AT REASONABLE RATES.
All work warranted.
Shop across the street opposite Mensinfrer & 5pei
deli'g blacksmith shop.
S CURE WL
fo Put up Cucumber Pickles
Kicady tor the Table. Pick cu
cumbers cyery morning; cut them
from the vine, leaving one-half inch
of stem to each; wash with a feather
brush, being careful not to scratch or
biuise them; put in a jar or barrel,
cover with soft water, to each gallon
of which add one pint of molasses;
put in a few roots of horse radish,
and whatever spices desired; cover
and weigh them down, and do not
'et them freeze. The lady who gave
this receipt said that she sometimes
added alcohol, but did not see that it
improved the pickles.
Blackberry Wine. Wash the
berries well, and to each gallon add
one pint of water put in jars and cover
with a cloth. Stir once or twice
day for about three days. Sirain
the juice, and to each quart of juice
add one pint of pure granulated
sugar. Wash the jars; return th
sweetened juice to them; cover again
with a cloth; and as often as a skum
lses skim it oft. After three weeks.
pour it off and carefully bottle and
crop of clover-hay is often taken off
early, and a second crop allowed
to grow, which is turned under
about thefiist of Angust for wheat.
In case we have very dry weather
in July, the growth of clover will
be meagre. If, however, the clover
6tnbble be top-dressed at once, as
soon as the early crop is cut. with a
mack and manure compost, or any
fine compost, "dragged in" with a
smoothing harrow, the second crop
wilt be sure to start well, while
nofie t.f the manure will be lost.
Lime, or ashes, if they can be ob
tained; are to be spread after plow
ing under the clover and manure,
and thoroughly harrowed in. Forty
bushels of ashes to the acre is about
right, and where hearths of old
charcoal pits are accessible ashes
charcoal dust, and baked earth, all
excellent they form a good 6iib
stitute for ashe3 and for 1 imp
Sixty to one hundred bushels of
Admitted on any week-day of the year. No
vacation at any time, and no exam,
ination on entering.
Scholarship, for Fall Business Course,' SCO.
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonable
rates. Satisfaction guarantee'.!.
The Cjllege Journal, containing informa
tion of the course of study, when to enter,
time required, cost of board, etc., and cuts
of plain and ornamental penmanship, all
from the pen of Prof. Wasco, sent free.
Address A. P. ARMSTRONG,
Lock Box 104, Portland, Oregon.
A Sore Core Guaranteed.
Scientists now all admit that most diseases nr
caused bv disordered Kidneys or liver, and that il
these gTeat organs are kept in a perfect condition,
health will be the result. WARNER'S SAFU KID
NEY AMD LIVER CURE
Is made from a Simple Tropical Leaf
OF RARE VALUE,
And is a POSITIVE Remedy for the following
nR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT
II ment, a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul
lons, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss
of Memory, Sperraatorhaia, Impotency. Involuntary
emissions, premature old age, caused bv over
exertion, self-abuse or over-indulgence, which leads
to misery, decay and death. One box will cure re
cent cases. Each box contains one month's treat,
ment ; one dollar abox, or six boxes for five dol
lars ; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We
guarantee six boxes t cure any case. With each
order received by us for six boxes, accompanied
with Ave dollars, we will send the purchaser our
written guarantee to return the money if the treat
ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued
WOODARD. CLARK 4 CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Portland Oregon.
Orders by mail at regular prices. 19-13 y l
WE KEEP IN STOCK
THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
GOODS IN THE U. S. AND CAN SELL.
T YOU ANY ARTICLE FOR PERSONAL OR FAMILY
USE, IN ANY QUANTITY AT WHOLESALE PRICE.
WHATEVER YOU WANT SEND FOR OUR CATA
LOGUE (FREE) AND YOU WILL FIND T THERE
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
227 Si 228 WABASH AVENUE. CHICAGO.
Fain in the Beck; SeTere Hendnckes;
Dizziness; Bloating; Inflamed
Eyes; A Tired Feclingr;
Pains in the Lower Part of the Body
Pnlpitufion of the Heart: Jaundice;
GraTcl; Painful Urination; Ma-
tuiiai rcici; reiur
And all diseases caused by the Kidneys, Liver or
' ' ! " . wib ueing out oi oraer.
It is a SAFE and CERTAIN cure for all Female dif
ficulties, such as
Leiicorrhcea; Inflamation of (he Womb;
Falling of the Womb; Ulceration
of Ibe Womb.
Itwill control and regulate Menstruation, and is an
excellent and safe remedy for females during preg
nancy. As a Blood Purifier it is unequaled, for it cures the
organs that MAKE the blood. For
oi: Carbuncles: SerflfhlA. Whitj Sural.
ling; Salt Eheom; Poisoning by Mer
cury or any other Drug,
It is certain in every case.
For Incontinence; Impotence; Pains In
the LoUis, and all Simi
It is a safe, sure and quick Cure.
It is the uuly known remedy that has cured Brioiits
As a proof of the purity and worth of this Great
atual Remedy, read the following
S. A LATTIMORE, Ph. D.,L. L. D., Professor of
Chemistry in the University of Rochester N T
knowing the popularity and merit of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, after a thorouqrh Chemical
Analysis, has furnished the fo'lowiug statement:
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER.
ROCHESTER, N. Y. , Jan. 8, 1880.
Mr. H II. Warner has placed in my possession the
formula of the medicine manufactured and sold by
him under the general designation of WARNER s
SAFE KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE. I have inves
tigated his processes of manufacture, which are con
ducted with extreme care and according to the best
methods. 1 have also taken from his laboratory sam
ples of all the materials used in the preparation of
this medicine, and upon critical examination I find
them, as well as the medicine into whinh ih.v-
to be entirely free from poisonous or deleterious sub
stotKes. s. A LATHMORE.
This Remedy which has done such wonders is put.
up in the LARGEST SIZED BOTTLE of anv medi
cine upon the Market, and is sold by Druggists and
all dealers at J1.25 per bottle. For Diabetes enquire
for WARNER'S SAFE DIABLTES CURE It is a
H. H. WARNER & CO.
19:6yl Rochester N. Y.
BLACKBERRY CORDIAL. lO One
ninf. of hlftf.b hnrrv inifn nrlrl nno iiim
' J I
oi pure wnite siirar. uoil until as
thick as molasses. Put. one dozt-n
cloves, a piece of cinnamon bark,
with a small piece of Dutnieg, in a
tin cup; filj onefourtli full of boiling
wale;; cover and boil until the
Rtrenirlh is extracted; then add to
the boiling jiiice,rwheri cold, one gill
of the best French bi and y. One pint
of cordial is all that any family need
make. It will be found useful for
grown persons as well as children.
For Bleaching Clothes. Wash
your white clothes in one suds; then
put them to soak in buttermilk and
water half of each, or less of milk
for two davs. Then wring them
out and rinse them in warm water
Boil, rinse, and put them out as usual.
You will have nice white clothes all
evenly dry shaked lime, which, i
it could have been mixed with an
equal quantity ot soil or 6ods din
ing the slacking, would be all the
better, is a usual application.
The soil, and particularly wheat
ground, is not well enough tilled
in this country. We plow 14 to
16 inch furrows, and use a skim-
plow; this leaves the surface so
mellow, and covers the sod so per
fectly, that we think it hardly
needs harrowing at all, and only
smooth it over with a harrow, and
let it go. The skim-plow is a great
advantage, but we should take nar
row furrows. lhe Scotch and
English plows are a great deal bet
ter than ours for this 6ort of work,
for they turn deep narrow furrows,
and give much more thorough
The following practice, on heavy
and especially, is excellent: Turn
under the first crop of clover as deep
as possible, just before it is in full
blossom; cross-plow the first or sec
ond week of August; then put on 75
bushels of lime or more, and harrow
it in lightly. Sow early after a soak
ing rain, and apply at the time of
sowing 250 pounds or more of super
phosp hale to the acre.
The Fish Business.
Preparation of the Wheat Ground.
Wheat; demands for its perfect
development, among other favor
able conditions, besides showers
and sunshine, depth and richness
of soil, thorough tilth, and freedom
from excess of moisture. Soil that
will yield good clover will beat
good wheat. Wheat follows corn
very well, but this involves rather
late sowing. Where there is a
market for new potatoes, which, as
they are intended for immediate
use, may be freely manured, the
potato ground well plowed and
harrowed with a dressing of bone
dust, superphosphate, or if there is
much organic matter in the soil,
with a dressing of lime forms an
admirable seed-bed for wheat.
One of the best rotations, including
winter wheat, is corn on 6od, early
potatoes, wheat clover, and tim
oth', the grass to be mowed as long
as it is profitable the manure be
ing applied in the hill for corn,
and put on broadcast very liberally
The denizens of the Pacific Coast
are pre-eminently a fish-eating peo
ple, to which fact, perhaps, may be
attributed the great brain force
which a so characteristic of all who
are so fortunate as to reside in this
part or mo ivorlcl. Accordniff to
Hittell, the statistician, the weight
of the edible fish caught in a year is
89,000 tons, equivalent to 100 pounds
for each inhabitant of the territorv
covered by the statistics. Oregon
catches 20,000 tons, California 12,-
000 tons, Alaska 53,000 tons and
Washington Territory 2,800 tons.
The salmon catch alone weighs 2(5,
000 tons. .The catch of shiimps and
crabs amount to 1,250 tons, and
ot abalones, oysters and mussels 4,-
000 tons. The value ot the annua!
catch (including the enhancement in
price by canninu salmon) is $9,246,
000. The fresh fish are valued at
$3,640,000; the crabs, shrimps, etc..
at 66,000; the oysters, missels,
abolones, etc., at $703,000. Thie an
nual products of the fisheries of Brit
ish Columbia are worth about $1
400,000, and those of Pacific Mexico
about $400,000 making the total
value of the annua! fish catch of our
coast almost $11,000,000.
Cut Worms. The Canadian
Farmer says: "Cutworms can be
cheated out of destroying cabbage
and other plants by surrounding each
plant with an oak, Ipckory, or some
other strong leaf set deep enough to
prevent blowing away. Another
remedy, said to be effectual, is to put
sawdust about the roots and saturate
with gas tar water. The sawdust
will retain the scent of the tar and
drive away cut-worms and other
Preserving Fence Posts.- An
exchange says: "Take boiled lin
seed oil and stir in pulverised char
coal, to the consistency of paint.
Put a coat of this 6vrJ the timber,
and there is not a nanwho wili live
long enough to see it rotten. I dis
covered many years ago that wood
could be made to last longer than
iron in the ground, but thought the
process so simple and inexpensive
that it was not worth while making
any stir about it. I have taken out
basswood posts, after havingjbeen set
seven years, that were as sound when
taken up as when first put into the
ground, lime and weather seemed
to have no effect on them. The posts
can be prepared for less than 2 cents
a piece. They should be well sea
soned btfore the oil and charcoal are
PORTER, SLEW & CO
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
BOOT & SHOE.
These Goods are Warrant
ed not to rip.
All Genuine have the trade mark "IKON CI.AD"
117 Battery Street, San Francisco, Cal.
GOODS FOR SALE AT
MAX FRIENDLY' S
It is not wealth, or fame, or state
But "rit up and git" that makes me
T HAVE JUST BEEN TO S. A. HEMPHILL'S TO
get one of those new all hand-made Barnes',
where all work is warranted. I9-15m3
The-American Silk and Fruit Cul-
turist for August b out. Silk cul
ture is now called the Nation's new
Yankee ingennily.has already been
shown in the silk business by the
invention of an improved iron frame
si.k reel. With this simple contri
vance, one operator, (generally a gill
or woman), can reel more silk and
do it better than six operators can
with the cumbersome Euronean.
- r -. ,
(French or Italian) wooden reel.
In 1739 Georgia produced 1000
pounds of cocoons; a public filature
in Savannah, 1750, received 6,300 lbs.
of cocoons; in 1 766, that state raised
20,000 pounds of cocoons.
There has been established in Phil
adelphia, Pa., "The Boy's Silk Cul
ture Association of the United
States" and who have published a
pamphlet of the habits, changes and
diseases of the Bombyx Mori or com
mon silk work.
In Italy, a reward of 100,000 francs
await a discoverer for the cure of the
Pebrina, a disease which made its
appearance in this country in 1863
and which threatens serious interrup
tion iu kiik culture an over JLurope.
Our consul at L3 011S says: "The in
dustry needs a new country" and
ours is the country, as has beed dem
onstrated in a similar crisis with th
Quite a lively discussion is now
going on i some of ihS newspapers,
concerning osage orange leaves as
suitable food for silk worms. It is a
good substitute, that's all.
Care of the Boot Crops.
MAIL STAGE LINE
CORVALLIS to WM BAY,
For Elk City, connecting with the steamer for
Newport, leaving Elk City
Stage Office at Vincent House, Corvallis.
19-27m3 BlilNK & WRIGHT.
Prepared by; 1
DR8. STA1IKTTY APJT.rv -Pl,iVUlhi
Pa. Package contains all direc ionc, r.ncUi
gnu BBUfc uy express, roiay ior uuji v
HOME. H.E. MAT1IEW8. Forwarding
Agent, 606 Montgomery street, San Frr-r-cisco,
01. Send for Freq Pamphlets.
J. W. HANSON,
Next door North of old Gazette Office,
CORVALLIS, - . - . OREGON.
Pantaloons made to order of Oregon
Goods for $7.50.
English Goods, $11. French, $14
l& Suits from $30 to $G0.T
Cleaning and Repairing- done at Eeasonabl Rat
BAT VIEW EOUSE.
New additions, v
Per single meals
apr23m3 P. M ABBEY.
' How to Ruin A Boy.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE SSPSite dress MUNn'a CO.. Pate-t86llcfc
at m office. Letter heads, etc. j ffi1 aSpSSnt -
for flip. nntntnrB. 'Wiiitnp wlioaf
We mnflmifi net naiiMMw ..n..... n
Trade i Marks. Cbpyrigljts. etc., for the United Mates! follows none of the UStial root CrtD8
well, for it ought to be sowed and
up before the middle of September,
although it often does well sowed
nearly a month later.
When wheat follows clover, a
uaua, uoa, mgiaaa, trance, Germany, etc. Wo
nn . il jinn uuiLj-uvu years' cxpeneucc,
Patentsobtained through us are noticed i:i the Pci
KNTirrc A.MKiucAN. This large aad splendid illus
trated week vnanpr.Ba.ann toot e,mcvtha Dm.--
I J Science, la very Interesting, and has an enormous
Tlio way to ruin a boy is to let
lum have his own way. Encourage
him in thinking he is a little smarter
than other boys. Never call him to
account for the manner in which ho
spends his evenings. Never chide
him for calling his parents "old man''
and "old woman." If he insults his
elders at public meetings and upon
the streets, laugh at him, make him
think he has done something real
funny. Never reprimand him for
cursing or using obscene language-
If he does not want to go to school,
indulge him in running about the
slreets engaging in all kinds of mis-
hief. As be grows older furnish
him a cayuse horse, a big pair of
Mexican spurs, plenty of tobacco and
beer. Let him attend every horse
race in the country. If he bets on a
horse race and wins nraise his
shrewdness and sagacity; if he looses
wish him better luck the next time.
Never attempt to restrain his idle
and worthless habits, and you Lave
got a first diss candidate for the
penitentiary and probably for the
gallows. This is a faithful picture
of thousands of boys now growing
up in Oregon. Ex.
bugar Jieets and Mangels if earlv
sowed, will need little care. They
ought not to stand too thick, how-
ever, and it would certainly pay to
go through the rows, thinning oui
all superfluous j.lants, whether beets
or weeds, leaving the plants 6 to 8
inches apart. If the leaves are not
so large as to forbid horse-hoeing,
this should be done and the crop
"laid-by." No root crop should ever
be left al'i,er horse-hoeing, without a
man going through it immediately
after, to lift and straighten up any
plants which may have been trodden
upon, covered with earth, or injured
in any way. Kuta-bagas, and any
turnips in drills, ceed the same gen
eral culture. Ono of the j''eat ad
vantages of lhe introduction of roots
into the rotation is, that when prop
erly treated, no weeds ripen seeds.
Even Red Sorrel and Snapdragon
succumb to two or three years cro
ping with Mangles or Swedes. This
advantage is often lost by careless
cultivators, and nothing offers surer
evidence of heedless 'farming. The
erop itself may be very fine, but if
kept clear of weeds, it would be
enough better to pay (or the trouble,
and the weeds would then be where
they will make no more trouble
Turnips may be sown as late as
the middle of August, but the land
should be iu good heart, and good
tilth. Sweedish Turnips (Rutabagas)
sowed as late as "the first of August,
will usually make a crop delicious for
the table, and, though small, bring a
srood price. Thus thev are often
used to follow early potatoes by mar
ket gardeners, though by them usu
ally regarded as a f arm crop.
Cor. Second and Monroe Sts.,
CORVALLIS, : OREGON,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
Coffins and Caskets.
Work done to order on short notice and at
Corvallis, July 1, 1881. 19:27yl.
p:r day at home. Samples worth fa tree
Address Stlnson & Co., Portland, Me.
SB a week in your own town.
Terms and 5 nnt.fi t
Address H Hallett & Co., Portland, Me
MS a week. $12 a day at home easily made. Costly
I II outfit free. Address True & Co. , Auirusta, Me.
Esal Estate for Sale.
Will sell a farm of 478 acres for less than $18 per
acre, being one of the cheapest and best farms in
Bentoi. county, situated 4 miles west of Monroe, I of
a mile from a good school, in one of the best neigh
borhoods in the state with church privileges handy.
About 13C acres iu cultivation, and over 400 can be
cultivated. All under fence, with good two story
frame house, large barn and orchard; has running
water the vear around, and is well suitod 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 rooms. These
lots are nicely situated for any kind of business pur
poses. . - . ... : .
For fnrther information enquire at the
Gazette Office. - "
He that hath teeth let him hear by the Dentaphone
which enables all deaf persons to hear by the teeth.
Sample at Alien & Woodward's Drug store.
CHAS. THOMPSON, Ag't.
10:23-mS Corvallis, Oregon
TO THE Slffi Mil AFFLICTED!
Those Suffering from Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Loss of
Vitality, Sexual Infirmities,
ITIHE GREAT NEED THOSE HAVE WHO ARE
J. suffering from SEXUAL AND NERVOUS COM
PLAINTS i.- a physician who can comprehend their
ailments and suecessfully treat them.
Thegansral practitioner is not sufficiently akille
in these classes of troubles to do so and it must b
left to the SPECIALIST, who by education, Ion
practice, thorough knowledge and compreheusiv
mind, is prepared to cure them.
DR. J. C. YOUNG
Opened his now celebrated Institute in 180 for the
purpose of affording the afflicted the certainty of
honorable and skillful treatment and perfect and
permanent restoration, and for over SO vtars it haa
sustained the first rank not only upon this Coast but
mruugnuui uie civuizeu woria.
I am aware that by dwellinc upon ao uninviting .
subject H3 the DECAY OF SEXUAL VIGOR the
gnorant may asperse my motive, but
the desire to inform those who are suffer-
iny ill rough ignorance, or who by care-
essness or want of knowledge that a rare
ran be had, arc dot only hurrying thetn
sclres to an untimely grave, but giving:
sexual weakness as an iuber.tancc to futuaa genera
tions, is too great an incentive to permit me to bav
IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM N IGHT LOSS
ES, NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESSES, CONFUSION
?" MIND. SLIGHT LOSSES WHEN UNDER EX
CITEMENT, VAKIABLE TEMPER, TREMBLING.
PALPITATION, FLUSHES, Sc., OR IF YOU HAVE
PRACTICED SELF-ABUSE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT
EST PARTICULAR you are cuffering from the
Dread Enemy of Human Life,
And should not hesitate to seek at once health, and
happiness in a cure.
CURES GUARANTEED, FEES MODERATE
CONSULTATION BY LETTER OR OTHERWISE.-
Exclusively Vegetable Bmedles Ised.
You irc especially liable to suffering from NERV
OUS PROSTRATION. All your peculiar complaints)
are nervous in their origin and hence your suffering
are terribly depressing or inexpressibly keen. 1 be
! octor in ms rescarcnes anu practice el ekvuls
TROUBLES has made your organizatii n a special
study and is thus enabled from his experience- and
knowledge to aid and cure you in any of the
Troubles, M'caknessrg, HMrrsses and Suf
ferint'sto vtl h you are liable.
jt3TYou will find in the Doctor a friend upon
whom you can rely for comfort, aid and enre.
jUr. young's F mate Re medics have
attained a reputation for efficiency unequalled bv
any medicine or medical prescription ever offered.
'They can be sent by mail or express.
Those desirimr personal care and attention canhave
all necessary accommodations furnished.
Those who cannot visit the city can by Riving their
symptoms in their own way, receive advice, and when
desired, treatment at home with every assurance of
LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED.
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
Ho. 7 Stockton St.
San Francisco, Feb. 21, 18S2.
Obtained, and all business in the I. S. Patent Office,
or in the Courts attended to for MODMUATE FKtS.
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