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FRIDAY MORNING, MA It. 23, 1883.
EOW GAffiBETTA LOST AN EYE.
His father, who bad no provision
of the boy's future celebrity, wanted
to secure him ajjainst military ser
vice lv ket'pinp: him an Italian. Im
munity from soldiering was brought
about accidentally. As GambeUa
ws watching a knife-grinder operate
on a wheel, the blade of the knife
got detached from the handle and
flew into the boy's eye and blinded it.
lie was very much petted in conse
quence, and the mother was embold
ened by her increased tenderness to
insist npon Leon being sent to the
Petit Scmiuaire of Monfar.con to re
ceive a classical education. He hus
band wr.s an enemy to higher in
Btrnctioa and thought the communal
school sufficient for a boy whose
destiny it was to be a provincial
WITH B&OTHE3 BaOVTJT.
We heard the story related by a
clergyman as an actual experience
and as an example of things humor
ous which sometimes crops out prom
inently during the serious times of
revival meetings. It was at one of
these gatherings that a Mr. Brown
arose and told his experience. lie
had been a poor miserable sinner;
had fallen from grace time and aaain,
had often yield to his besetting sins
and he humbly felt that he was un
worthy to Hi witli his brethren and
sisters, and that Ids proper place was
behind the door. Later a sister
arose. She, too, had been weak and
too often stumbled by the wayside;
her faith was wavered, "and in fact,"
continued the penitent s:ster, with
tears in her eyes, "I feel as though
my proper place was w;th Brother
Brown behind the door."
"tothess iiy H.urD a:td SEAL."
A thousand years aero the masses,
the nobility, the poor and rich, were
wholly unacquainted with the mys
teries of the alphabet and the pen.
A few men known as clerks, who
generally belonged to the priesthood,
monopolized them as a special c!as.
of artists. They taught their busi
ness only to their seminaries and
apprentices; and beyond themselves
and their few pupils no one knew
how to read and write, nor was it
expected of the generality, any more
than ;t would be now-a-days, that
everybody should be a shoemaker or
a lawyer. Kings did not even know
how to sign their names, so that
when they wanted to subscribe to a
written contract, la-v or treaty, which
some clerk had drawn up for them,
they smear their right hand with ink'
and slap it down upon the parch
ment, saying, "witness my hand."
At a later date some genius devised
the substitute of a seal, which was
impressed instead of the hand. Every
gentleman had a seal with a peculiar
device thereon. Hence the sacra
mental words now in use, "Witness
my hand and seal," affixed to mod
ern deeds, serves at least the purpose
of reminding us of the middle ages.
Ayoungjnan, while out hunting
for his father's pig, accosted an
Irishman as follows, "Have you seen
a stray pig about here?" Pat re
sponded, "Faix, how could I tell a
stray pig from any other?"
She decorated her room with
brie a-brae and pictures, and placed
her husband's photo on the topmost
nail. Then she sat down to admire
her work and blissfully remarked
"Now everything is lovely and the
iroose hangs high."
BIOS ATGBS OF TIX3 CROSS-HABK.
The mark which persons who are
nnable to write are required to make
instead of their signature, is in the
form of a cross, and this practice
having formerly been followed by
king and nobles, is constantly re
ferred to as an instance of the de
plorable ignorance of ancient times.
This signature is not however, in
variable proof of sucb ignorance.
Anciently, the use of this mark was
not confined to illiterate persons; tor
among the Saxons, the mark of the
cross, as an attestation of the good
faith of the person signing, was re
quired to be attached to the signa
ture of those who could write, as
well as to stand in the place of the
signature of those who could not
In those times, if a man could
write or even read, his knowledge
was consideted proof positive pre
sumtive thai he was in holy orders
The word clericus, or clerk, was
synonymous with penman, and the
laity, or people who are rfbt clerks,
did not feel any urgent necessity for
the use of letters.
The ancient use of the cross was,
therefore, universal alike by those
who could not write. It was, in
deed, the symbol of an oath from its
holy associations, and generally the
On this account, Charles Knight,
in his notes on the "Pictorial Sliak
speare," explains the expression of
"God save the mark," as a form of
ejaculation approaching to the char
acter of an oath.
This phrase occurs three or more
times in the play of Shakespeare, but
for a long time was left by the conir
mentators in its obscurity.
Don't judge a man by the clothes
he wears. God made one and the
tailor the other.
Don't judge him by his family re
lations, for Cain belonged to a good
Don't judge a man by his speech,
for a parrot talks, but the tongue is
but an instrument of sound.
Don't judge a man by his failure in
life, for many a man fails because he
is too honest to succeed.
Don't judge a man by the house
lie lives in, for the lizard and the rat
often inhabit the grandest structures.
When a man dies they who sur
vive him ask what properly he has
left behind. The angel who bends
over the dying man asks what good
deeds he has sent before him.
EDITING A PAPER.
Editing a paper is a pleasant busi
ness if you like it. If it contains
much political matter people won't
have it. If the type is largo it don't
contain much reading mat ter.
If we publish telegraph reports,
folks say they are nothing but lies.
If we omit them they say we have
t'o enterprise, or suppress them for
If we have. a few jokes, folks say
we are nothing but rattleheads.
If we omit jokes, folks say we are
nothing but old fossils.
If we publish original matter, they
damn us for not giving selections.
If we give selections, people say
we are lazy for not writing more and
giving them what they have not read
in some other paper.
If we give a complimentary notice
we are censured for being partial.
If we don't, all hands say we are
a areat hog.
If we insert an article which pleas
es the ladies, the men become jealous,
and vice versa.
If we attend church, they say it is
If we remain in our office, attend
ing io our own business, folks say
ivf are too proud to mingle with our
If we go out, they say we don't
attend to onr business.
If we don't pay up promptly, they
say we are not to be trusted.
It we pay up promptly, they say
we borrowed the money. Ex.
Ckeam Pudding. S'.ir together one
pint of cream, three ounces of sug3i
the yolks of three eggs and a little
grated nutmeg; add the well-beaten
whites, htiring lightly, and pour into
a buttered pie" plate on which has
been sprinkled the crumbs of stale
bread to about the thickness of an
ordinary crust sprinkle over the top
a layer of bread crumbs and bake.
Stewed Cbleby. Trim and cut in
uniform length a number ef heads ot
celery, split them in half lengthwise,
tie them in bundles with thread and
parboil them fifteen minutes in salted
water, drain them and arrange over
some slices of bacon, some bay leaves
and thyme, a minced onion, pepper
and salt to taste, add enough stock
to cover the coutents of a saucepan .
Set on the fire and simmer gently un
til the celery is quite tender. Ar
range the celery on a hot platter,
strain the stock in which it was
stewed, remove all fat from it, add
a piece of butter to it, pour over the
celery and serve.
SOUKTHBRN BlSCUIT. TwO Cups of
soif-rising, flour, one spoonful of
lard; mix with warm milk; knead in
to dough, and roll; cut with biscuit
cutter and prick each with a straw,
Cook in a hot oven ten minutes.
For a long time there has been in the
Gazette office an over abundant supply
of type and printing material sufficient in
many things to furnish a bountiful supply
to run about two such offices. We have
concluded to offer for sale all of our surplus
material which we do not need. Among
other things are the following: About 100
lbs. of long primer, 16J lbs. long primer
italic, including upper and lower cases,
27 lhs. of another kind of long primer,
2'j lbs. bourgeois, about SO lbs. brevier upper
and lower cases and italic, about 100 lbs
of minion including italic and upper and
lower cases, abut 50 fonts of job, advertis
ing and poster type of all kinds and sizes.
301b. of 12 em leads and other sizes of
leads and slugs, two or three cabinets, col
um rule3, dashes, and many other things
too numerous to mention. Any person
wishing to assort up or start anew, we can
furnish them many thiugs they need on
reasonable terms. If parties desiring any
thing in the line of printing material will
drop us a postal card we will take pleasure
in telling them whether we have what they
Written expressly fr the Gazktte by a celebrated
A Finnish meteorologist, Prof. Lemstrom,
announces that he hai made a remarkable
experiment, in which he placed on the apex
of a hill a galvanic battery with conductors
covering an area of about 10,000 aquare
feet. The cone became surrounded by a
halo which faintly but perfectly yielded the
spectrum of the aurora, and the experi
menter regards this result, with some aub-
sccment ones, as direct proof of the elec
trical nature of the mysterious light which
so often dances in northern skies.
Mon. Sanson hai investigated the ex
citant property of oats, and finds it to be
due to a nitrogenizod substance which he
names "aveninc." This principle exists,
in varying proportion, iu all oats, but, as
a rule, it is contained in greater quantity
by the dark-colored than by the white a
rieties. Crushing or( grinding the grain
weakens eonsiderably its excitant action
upon horaes, probably by altering the ex
citing substance. No excitant action is.
sure to be produced by oats containing less
than nine-tenths of one per cent of aveniue.
but with a greater proportion of the latter
the effect is certain.
A prize of ?150S has been offered by the
Prussian Society for encouragement of in
dustry for the be3t account and estimation
of the methods of working coal mines, in
eluding modes of ventilation and precau
tions to ensure the safety of mines.
E.uopeon observations seem to iudicate
that the condition of the sail ami the at
Biosphere has much to do with the develop
ment of cancer, the disease being extreme
ly prevalent in low, alluvial situations, and
seldom seen in dry uplands.
It U reported that the Italian exploring
party lately returued from the South Paci
lic found many human bones of groat size in
Patngonia, indicating the former existence
of a race of giants in that country.
From a report given by Dr. T). E. Salmon,
of the department of Agriculture, in roply
to enquiries from abroad, it appears that
charbon fever is not known to be very de
structive to the domestic animals of the
United States, its ravages being most severe
in the lower Mississippi valley, where it
causes heavy losses of stock at times, espec
ially after great inundations. Dr. Salmon
does not believe that the introduction of
Pafteur'd method of protective vaccination
could bo made a success as a business ven
ture. Experience in Europe has shown that
the susceptibility of animals to the virus
variesgreatly in differsnt countries, and
before the plan of vaccination cr.n be adop
ted here expensive experi.-neuta must be
made to determine the proper strength of
vaccine for American animals. A govern
ment laboratory for the preparation and free
distribution of vaccines of charbon and oth
er contagious diseases of animals would, it
is suggested, be desirable.
Esquimaux are said to be able to see ob
jects at a much greater distance than Amer
icans or Europeans, and this 'remarkable
keenness of vision enables them to spread
intelligence by mean3 of sign telegraphy
over hundreds of miles iu a single day.
According to Mr. J. K. Laughton, of the
London Meteorological, Society, measure
ments now made of the force and velocity
of the wind are very unsatisfactory on ac
count of the lack of a standard anemometer.
By welding together iron and steel Mons
Kiel has obtained a product which is stated
to possess the characters ef both metals.
This so-called steel-iron has been prepared
in five ways, viz: Stsel by the side of iron.,
steel between two layers of iron, iron be
tween two layers of steel, a core of steel
surrounded by iron, and a core of iron sur
rounded by steel.
Messrs. Tissandier have constructed an
electro-magnetic engine, an aerial screw
propeller and a bichromate battery which
they propose to use for directing a lrge
elongated balloon. By a trial of this appa
ratus in their workshop at Point du Tour,
France, the constructors have shown that it
will yield the work of twelve to fifteen "men
for a period of three hours, while its weight
docs not exceed that of three men. The
Messrs. Tissandier propose to use their
balloon for rational experiments in the air,
and they do not expect to propel it against
At a point between forty-three and fifty
fathoms beneath the surface of the sea.
Seechi, Pourtales and Bouguer have found
that all traces of light cease, the most deli
cate chemical tests remaining unaffected
when sunk lower in the water. Prof. T.
Fuchs rinds in this limit of light penetra
tion a division line which separates all
oceanic life into two great classes, one of
which seeks the light, while the other re
mains in a region of total darkness. The
fauna of light inhabits the shallow water
near coasts, and is not abundant at a great
er depth than thirty fathoms; while the
species of darkness live in the deep sea, and
are never found much nearer the surface
than fifty fathoms during daylight, although
some of them rise to the strrfane at night.
Farmers and others desiring a fircnteel, lucrative
atrency businc33, by which 8S to 20 a day can be
earned, send address at one, on postal, to H- C.
WlLKlxaox & Co., 10u and 197 Falton Street, New-
Real Estate Agency.
I have some very desirable property on the Bay for
ale in lots from 10 to 237 acres. Some of thi3 is
ear tht O P. H. R. terminus. Persons wishing- to
invest will do well to call on me when prices are rea
sonata. Address with stamps to pre pay postage.
H. A. Bensell
New -or- Bentou County Or.,
THE ST. JOHN
LiO & IMPROVEMENT CO,
11. P. THOMPSON", P. T. SMITH,
L. A. BANKS, W. BYRON DANIELS,
JAMES T. QUA V.
Office, corner First and WasHington Sta.,
Capital Stock - - 3375, OOQ
Parties desiring a safe and profitable investment
should call or write for information at nee. J
Messrs. Buford and Wajjner are agents for the
Company in Corvatlw and can give information of
value to persons eefcinsr first -class investments.
(Written by a special correspondent.)
There are four grand kingdoms in
the universe mineral, vegetable,
animal, and npirital. Man is an
epitome ot the universe; in his being
is both material and spiritual sub
stance blended, ao as to constitute
him the masterpiece of creation; man
is the Key Stone in the Royal Arch
that spans God's Temple eternity,
end connects material and spiritual
substance. To strike niau out of
creation, would leave God's works in
two parts; the Arch would not be
complete; there would he an unoccu
pied space, a blank in the high way
of creation. God made man last,
and made him the greatest. To be
a man, is the highest distinction that
can be conferred on any order of in
telligence in the universe of God.
Every man should be proud of his
own being, and he is bound to pro
tect his life and the lives of his fel
low men, as a duty to himself and his
Creator; he has no moral right to
knowingly put in operation a train
of circumstances whose ultimate
forces will result iu his own destruc
tion, or the destruction of his race.
God has clothed every, rational min
ded man with influences that he can't
shake off; every man is his "brothers
keeper." Man sheds forth two kinds
of influences, conscious and uncon
scious. He sees and realizes the
conscious, the unconscious goes out
and on further than he perceives or
conceives. His unconcious in
fluences are felt and borne by iui
born generations, they are conveyed
along the stream of humanity that
is to appear on the stage of a?tion.
There are sins that are visited on
the heads ot the children, down to
the third and fourth generation.
Drunkards generally beget drunk
ards. Drunkenness very often be
comes a disease, one that incapaci
tates its victim for self government.
There is no use for a man to rare
b.tckon his dignity in a republican
form of government like ours, and
claim exemption from responsibilities
for the evils that are established and
protected by our atatuteary laws.
Our laws don't originate and make
themselves, man is the originator
and maker. God holds us responsi
ble for what we make as sreli as
what we use. It is no small matter
to be a man and to be armed with
esponsibilities that puts in motion
waves of influences that lash on the
chores of two worlds or two stales,
time and eternity. It ought to be
stir every father and mother to think
ing and action when the dread
thought flashes athwart their minds
"I may possibly be setting in mo
tion & chain of influences that will
people the grave yards and eternity
with drunkards. "
A. F. AND A. M.
Corvailis Lodge, No. 14, A. F. and A. M., meets on
W cdnesday evening, on or preceding full moon
JOHN KEESfiE, W. M.
Rooky Lodge, No. 75, A. F. and A. M., meets on
Wednesday evening alter full moon.
S. E. BELKNAP. W. M.
R. A. M.
Ferguson Chapter, No. 5. R. A. M., meets Thurs
day evf 'ug on or preceding full moon.
WALLACE BALDWIN. H. P.
K. OF P.
Valley Lodge No. 11, K. of P., meets everv ATcn
day evening y K HYDE P r
W. P. KLADY, K. R. S. ' & a
I. O. O. F.
7, I. O. O. F., meets every
T. 0. ALEXANDER, N. U.
Barn urn Lodge, No
A. 0. U. W.
Friendship Lodge, No. 14, A. O. U. W., meets first
and third rhursdays in each month
' ii. J. HAWTHORN, M. W.
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES.-Preaching
every second and fourth Sabbath in each month
at the College Chapel, by the Rev. F. P. Davidson.
Services begin at 11 a. ii., and 6:50 r. M. All are in
vited. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. -Regular services
evury Sabbath morning and evening. Sundav
Shoo! at the close of the warning service. Prayer
meethur Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Public cor
dially fflvitcd. H. p. DUNNING.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH Services regularly ev
ery Sabbath morning and evening, unless otherwise
announced. Sunday school at. 3 r. M. each Sabbath.
Prayer mooting every Thursday at 7 r. M. The
publi cordially invited
Rev. J. Bowersox, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH There will he public services at
the II. E. Church every Sabbath at 11 o'clock i i the
morning. Sabbath school as s o'clock each Sabbath.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH -Services every Sabbath
at 11 a. u. and 7 v. a. , at the eoliege chapel. Sunday
school at 9:3C a. m. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Public cordially invited.
J." K. N. BELL, Pastor.
WHY WILL YOi; cous'h when Shiloh's Cure wil'
give immediate relief. Price 10 cts 00 cts. and 1
At T. Graham.
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant perfume.
Price -27 and SO cents. Sold at T. Graham's.
SLEi'.PLKSS NIGHTS, made miserable hy that
terrible rough. Shiloh's cure is ready for vou. Sold
by T. Craham.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath se
ured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents,
asal injector free. Sold at T. Graham's, Corvailis
All persons desiring extra copies of the
Gazette while our articles descriptive of
Beuton county giving the names of tax pay
ers &c. . are being published, will please
leave or send their orders to the Oifiee im
mediately so that we may be able te know
how many extras to print.
ROTiGE OF FifiAL SETHPEr1T.
Notice is hereby airei. that the undersigned Guar
dian of John D. Mul key late deceased, has filed his
aocount for final Battlement of the atTairs of said
guardianship in the- County Court ef the State of
Oregon for the County o Benton, and
SATURDAY", THE 7th DAT OF APRIL A. D. iSSS,
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day
at the Court house in Corvailis, said Benton County
ii the time and place fixed by said Court for hear
ing and determining objections to aaid accounts and
the final settlement thereof.
ThieCth diy of March 1SS3.
1(1 THE Sil 11 MFlim
Those Suffering from Debility,
KervouG Prostration, Loss of
Vitality, Sexual Infirmities,
rpiIE CHEAT NEED THOSE HAVE WHO ARE
X suffering from SEXUAL AND NEIiVOUS COSf
PLA1NTS is a physician who cuti comprehend their
tiiimcjits rmd successfully treat ;.ie:n.
The general prr.t-u-.'nci'.r h not suSlcieiitly sklUe
in tlic-e ckvs.?e.s c! troi;b!t--, in do co ar.rt it --ust b
left to the SPECIALIST; who by education Ion
practice, thorough knowledge cr.U ccnjir:(.ciisiv
niind, is prepcroil ta- cure them.
Opened his now celebrated institute in 1350 for the
purpose of affording the afflicted the certainty of
lionoiabie and skillful treatment and perfect and
permanent restoration, anil for ;vr Z0 years it has
sustained the first mnk not only upon thia Coaat but
throughout the civihaod wrld.
1 am aware that by dwelling upon so uninvitin
subject as the DKCAY OV SEXUAL VioOH
gnorant may asperse my motive,
the en-fs Co r:c-rr2 tcso ir&o ere naff
inz fhreng& iuoccs, or vilio by ca
cssner-is or vaai off kcorftegge thgt & ea
can e had, ere ntt oaiy korryfag the
selves to an EatiascSy grave, but ;gfr2n
ieriua: weakness as an inhcrita::cj to future v'-nora-ttons,
is loo great incentive to permit me to be
IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM X IOKT LOSS
E8, NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESSES, CO;"FUSIO:
J Mf a D. SLIOHT LOSSES WHEN UNDER EX
C1TLMENT, VARIABLE TLMPEit. TREMBLING,
PALPITATION, FLUSHES, &C., Oil IF YOU HAVE
I'KACTHJT.D Si.,LF-ABUoE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT
EST PAHTICULAK you are suffering from the
Dread Eneaay of IZi'rzcs Life,
And should not hesitate to seek at once health and
hapji-caa in a cure.
CURES GUARANTEED, FEES MODERATE
CONSULTATION BY LETTER OR OTIIKRWiSE.
EREE. Esc&sfrely Vcea!i"e Kiaedies tsesi.
You are especially liable to suffering from NERV
OUS PROSTRATION. Ail your peculiar complaints
are nervous in their origin and hence your sufferings
are terribly depressing or inexpressibly keen. The
l.'oetor i:i his researches and practice of NERVOUS
TROUBLES has made your oripnizatk n a specia
study and n thus enabled from his experience and
knowledge to aid and cure you in anv of the
Treats, WeasiLes rs. 92: drosses and Saf
Cer.n?io Si jo-j are t.&ble,
TYou will find in the Doctor a friend upon
whom you can rely for co"-.?i'ort, aid and cure.
Sr. I'05ii!;v?s SVtaaro Reisers have
attained a reputation lor efficiency unequalled by
an' medicine or medical prescription ever offered.
They can be sent by mail or express.
Tbo je dc jlrln' person?.! care and attention can hare
all ncceary accommodations furnished.
Those who cannot visit the city ean by giving the
Bymptoms in their own way, receive advice, and wh
desired, treatment at home with every assurance
LETTER3 RETURNED OR DESTROYED.
dr. J. c. wwm,
Ko. 7 iitocbtas St.
San Francisco. Feb. 21, 1SS2.
A. G. MULKET,
Guardir.n of John D. Muikey.
AS!!.SirtiiTfs!K'S SALE cf real
In the matter '-t the estate )
Stephen K;n deceased. )
Notice is hereby given that by virture of an order
of Sale duly made by the County Court, of the State
of Oregon, for Benton County, on Tuesday the 0th
day of Februay, 1333, at the regular Fobruay term
of said court, and duly entered in tho Journal of said
court, directing and commanding me, Permelia King,
administratrix of said estate, to sell at public iuetion
all the right, title, interest1 and estate, that the said
Stephen King had at the time of his death, in and to
the following described'preinises tcwit:
The undivided eight interest in and to 150 acres
Real Property heretofore set off as the dower of Al
meda J. Kmg and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Regining at the Northwest corner o
claim No. 30, T. 10. S. R. 6 West. Thence South 35.U2
chains, East 50.43 chains, North 14.00 chains.
West 14.28 chains, North 21.02 chains, West 30.20
chains, to place of Dcgining containing 150 acres in
Benton County, Oregon.
Also as following: Commencing at the Southwest
comer of claim No 39, T. 10 S. R. G W. Not. 6145.
Thence running East to the Kings Valley road, thence
following iaid road to the North line of South half of
said claim, thence South on the west line of said
clainto the place begining containing about 05 acres
more or less in Benton County, State of Oregon.
Therefore in accordance with and in pursuance ot
said order of sale, I, Permelia King, administral lix
of said estate of Stephen King -deceased will on
SATURDAY THE 7th, DAY OF APRIL 1833,
at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, in front
of the court house door in the City of Corvailis, in
Benton County Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest biddef for cash in hand, all the right, title,
nterest and estate which the said Stephen Kmg de
ceased had at the time of his death, in and to the
above described premises, , together with the appur
tenance thereunto belonging, to satisfy a morgage
lien &l favor of L. Vanbibber on the 95 per track
above described and other debts against s .id estate
together with costs and expenses of t dministering
Administrafx o! the estnte of Stephen King de
By CHEacewETH k JtaCMOK
a?-I13w Her Attorney
Obtained, and ail business in theU. S. Patent Office,
or in the Courts attended to for MODERATE FEES.
We are opposite the U. ii Parent Office, engaged in
PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, and can ob
tain patents in le3 time than those remote from
Whan model or drawing is sent w advise as to
patentability free o! charge; and we make NO
CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT.
We refer, here, to the Post Master, the Supt. of the
MoncT Order liiv. , and to o;iic:.iIs of the U.S. Patent
Onice. For circular, ad'. ice, terms, and reference to
actual clients in your own state and county, address,
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
19.S , Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C
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in vour own town. Terms and $5 outfit
Address H. Hallett d& Co. . Portland Me
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin?
Shiloh's Vitalizar in a positive cure. So-d at T.
117 AU BJTij'lJttO, lain LU OUH
tomen of last year w thout oracriixT it XtooatalBS
descriptions and Tamable directloa for pUntmw
1508 Tsristisa of Veaetable ladllowr 3ed.
Rastaj Fruit Tr?a, etc la valuable to alL eapee
D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MlOH.
A Sar Cure &':fa3!&c4l.
R. E. C. WEST'S NESVE AND BRAIN TREAT
ment, a speciSc for Hysteria, Dizzinss, Convul
sions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss
of memory, Spermaturha;, lmpotency, Involuntary
omLssions, premature old age, caused by over
exertion, self -abuse or ftvr-iridulgence, which leads
to misery, decay and death. Ona box will cure re
cent cases. Each box coataias en menth's treat
ment; one 'dollar a box, r six boxss for five dol
lars; sent by viail prepaid ee receip ef price. We
guarantee six boxes to cure any cade. With each
order received by us for six boxes, accompanied
with five dollars, we will eead the purchaser our
written ruarantee to returu the money if the treat
ment does not effect a cere. Guaraatees issued
WOODARD, CLARK k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Pertland Oregoa
Orders bv mail at regular prices. 19-13 y 1
rm a WW dA&WP
Front Street, )
Tiro doarn nortii oi tsie Vincent House,
ALL QDEKS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Repairing and Cleaning at moderate Prices. 19-26yl
)rnggist and Apotlieary,
-AMD DEALER IN-
paints, ens, umm mm m, ram,
SH0CLDEE BEAOES, TOILET ARTICLES 4C.
A full line of IV oks, Stationery and Wall Paper. Orr drugB are freph and
well selected. Paescriptione compounded at all hours. 19-27yl
Wheat and other Grain Stored on the best of Terms by
1 WW li w
SACKS FURNISHED TO PATRONb.
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements elsewhere
WoodQook i Baldwin,
Dealers in Sheif and Heavy
rfj' ri.g w if r, raai
Stoves and Tinware, TLlno Stove Pipe, Granite waro
w Ca q
Best in tlie Market.
LARGE, HEW iO SPLENDID ASSORTMENT JBST RECEIVED !
Prices as Sovs as any house in the State.
-A.11 Goods W arranted itist as "!Re-oreseiited.
We Employ none but
And guarantee satisfaction in ail Job Work. If yen want something in em
line don'c fail to come and examice our goods and pricas.
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN.
ity Dtaoiep iiiauy
Til OS. EG LTN,
On the Cornar West of the Engine House
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
HATING COMPLETED MY jc
n;w and commodious BAULV, fv??
I am bettor tlian ever prepared to tSjC
BEST CF TEAKS, EU0S1ES. CARRIAGES
SADDLE HORSES TO HIKE.
At Reasonable Kates.
grUT Particular attention given to Boarding- Horses;
Horaes Bought and tio'd or il-;ehanged.
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL.
Having sacored the coatraat to carrying th
United States STai m
Corvailis to AJ"bany
For the ensuing four years w leave Corrallis each
morninij' at 8 o'ciock, arriving in Albany tbout l&
o'clock, snd v ill start from Albany at 1 o'clock in th
afternoon, returning to Corvailis about 8 o'clock.
This line v.iil !.e orentfed v.-lth good Xti m and ear
cul drivers and nice comfortable and
EkOY RIDSWG VEHICLES
For thaccoTiimoilation. of the
ess 85 tssr&k
IS HASOFAOTOBBI) EY
Efe ir JS -.-' Ti
VTE iIAK tVilSY VARIBTY OF
And by ctinflninir onrselvei strictly to one clafs of work; liy crr.ploylDg none Yrnt tlia 3
of VORSNEK, using noihiDj hat FiliST-CLA88 QtPKOVfeD MACHINBBY and U
BEST of SELECTED TiMBBB, and by a THOBoUGU KxOVF LEDGE o: tfco bnsliiew,
justly earned the reputttrion cf inaliinj
ce i.l; l
Manufacturers have abollsiiad tbe warranty, but Amenta may, on their own responBibility, giy
the following warranty with each wagon, if co agreed:
We Hereby Warrant the fisn EROS. WAGON No to be well mfje In every partic
ular and oi good material, and that tho strength of the same is snmclnt for all work with fair
nsage. Should any breakage occur within one year from this date by reason ot de.cctive material
or workmanship, repairs for the ea.no will be furnished at place of sale, free of charge, or the
price of said repairs, as per agent's price iiet. will bo paid in cash by tho purchaser producing
eample of the broken or defective parts an evidence.
Knowint? we can suit you, we solicit patronage from every section of tho United States. Bend
Prices and Terms, and for a copy of THE KACiNE AGRICULTURIST, to
" FISE1 BEOS. & CO., Baclne, VK ,