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FKIDAY MORJilKG. APR. 6, 18S3
fWrttten expressly for the GiZRrri! by a celebrated
A Freuch and an American party
the latter accompanied by two
English astronomers hope to wit
ness the total ecKpm: of May 6th from
mall israoda in the South Pacific.
A special effort will be made to dis
cover any planet which may exist
nearer the tun than Mercury, and
the unusual duration of this eclipse
nearly bx. minutes will greatly
favor the observers in their search.
After a series of intciesiing ex
periments in Paris, Moo. P. H.
Deherain has concluded that while
the radiations from an electric are
lamp may maintain mature plants in
vegetation for a considerable time
without aid from the sun. the liyht is
not sufficiently powerful to cause the
growth of germinating see'ls or to
How of the maturing of fruit on
the older plants.
Mons. Jaussen has found the high
desert plateaux of Algeria to have
an atmosphere so remarkably clear
that the moons of Jupiter arc vif ible
to the naked eye.
A now book of Siberian travels
mentions that the native winter fish
ejrmeu stir up the sturgeons, which
lie congregated in the muddy hollows
of the river Irtish, by dropping red
hot lumps of clay through holes in
the ice. The heat rouses the fish,
which rise, swim up the stream, anil
are caught by ppring-lines previously
set for them.
A prize of about $250 has been
offered by the Agricultural society
of Breslaw for a cheap, easily applied
aud effective destroyer of field-mice,
proposals to be sent in befjre Sep
tember. Baroc Nordenskjold is to under
take an Arctic expedition to Xoith
Greenland this year.
The excavation of Pompeii
was begun in 1748, and about two
fifths of the cily have since been
brought to lig'at, giving to the mod
ern world a remarkable monument, of
civilization. This work has also
shown something ot the nature and
extent of the catastrophe which over
whelmed Pompeii. The destruction
was not, caused by lava, but by bm-
ial iu a rain of ashes and cinders
from Vesuvius. The larger part of
the inhabitants had time to escape,
but there is good reason to believe
that at least 1100 perished about 450
bodies having thus far been found.
It was a happy thought of Fiorelii,
some twenty years ago, that by pour
ing plaster of Paris in the moulds left
in the soft ash casts might he made
ot the victims iu the attitudes in
which they met -their death. This
plan has been carried out since then
whenever human remains have been
discovered, and tho result is that an
extraordinary collection of protrails
statues of the meu and women of
eighteen centuries ago is now being
made. The archaeologists aro not
only restoring tlietago but they are
also bringing before us the actors in
the terrible Romau tragedy ot Au
Ilerr Wagner has found that the
a; plication of phosphoric acid to soil
already rich is not always desirable;
and an excess of the acid may, espec
iallyina dry soil, prove actual I v
injurious, probably by hastening the
death of the pouts' organs of nutri
Tyndall has anpposad the color of
the sea to bo due to a reflection by
the water of ths blue rays of jrtfnlight
red rays being transmitted: Were
this view correct the light which
passes through the water mnt be
red, but Mods. Spring of the Belgian
Academy finds that such is not the
case, a distinctly blue color being
een through a long tube of pure
Attemps have been matle by va
rious delicate experiments to measure
the time which elapses between the
movement when a person's sense of
touch, sight or hearing is excited
and the luomeat when he indicates
by a signal that he has become con
scious of the sensation. Hons. Bea
nnis, of Nancy, has of late been try
ing to determine the length of the
interval or "reaction time" so-called
in the case of smell. With ten
substances he has obtained deiermiu
ations ranging from 75 hundredths
of a second for ammonia, and 40 for
acetic acid, to 63 for mint, and 67
lor carbolic acid. With musk he has
been unable to fix precisely the mo
ment of the smell-sensation,- although
he has repeatedly attempted to do
60. Dr. Buccola, of Turin, has also
been experimenting on smell, using
different apparatus, and his results
agree in-main with those of Mens.
BcHiu.is. From a compiuison !'
these observations with those which
have been made on other senses, it
appears that wo are slower to pre-
ceive smell than either touch, sight
A systematic medical inspection
of the eyes, ears and teeth of pupils
in the public schools ot Paris is pro
posed by the Muncipal Council, with
the object of studying and treating
any constitutional or chronic diseases
which may be manifested.
Consiilersble popular interest in
astronomy exists among our English
cousins, and the amateur students, are
snowing growing dispositions to
organized observations of CW heav
ens. A wide field for effort such
as comet seeking and study of sus
pected variable stars is open, in
which observers of little experience
and small means may, by systematic
work, do science real service.
Dampness iu hen-houses, rains
upon tlie coops, neglect in watering
aud feeding, and vermin everywhere
these are prime causes in produc
ing disease among the poultry.
With a little extra care early
chickens can be raised as well as the
later hatchings. Then, too, it is the
early "spring chicken that brings
the highest price, while the early
pallet lays the most fall and winter
Farmers should rise with the larks,
now that spring lias come, and bow
their clover seed before the winl
rises. If any have neglected to sow
their grass seeds, timothy, orchard,
herd, bluegrass, etc., now is the time
to sow. Not a flitting day or hoar
should be uegiected from this busi
ness. The good farmer house w'fe can
take linn by the foretepjnst now by
having her Ned or "the boys" pre
pare chicken coops and nest boxes
for sitting hens, before they start
the plow. Then, too, the henhouse
will need an over-haulirg, cleaning
up and whitewashing for the spring
season. In the management of poul
try, as in everything else, cleanliness
is next to godliness.
In a recent lecture at the Lowell.
Mass., Institute, Pro. George L.
Goodale, the well-known botanist,
stated that a.sunflower three and a
half feet high, presented an evapo
rating surface of thirty-nine square
feet, and that the roots of such a sun
flower had been found to aggregale
fourteen hundred and forty-eight
feet iu length. According to the
same authority, grasses and similar
plants, on a hot day in summer,
evaporate their own weight of water.
. POINTED AND PITHT.
A Delaware woman in scratching a match
on her shoe set her clothing on fire and was
fatally burner!. This is a strong arsnmint
why women should wear pints. Untii thev
can scratch matches on the hip they'll never
"Man," says Victor Huso, "was the con
undrum of the eighteenth century." An
Americau editor adds: "We can't guess her
but will never give her up no never."
A man has invented a chair that can be
adj-isted to 800 different positions. It is
designed for s boy to sit in when he Roes to
An exchange contains an article on
"Yoans Women Who Die Earlr." This
frequently occurs; but the cnies of old wo
men v.-ho die early are very few indeed.
the coat tail flirtation is the latest. A
wriaiiled coat tail bearing dusty toe marks
means, "I have spoken to your father."
Can a lover be called a suitor when he
don't suit her?
"Is your father a Christain?" said a gen
tleman to a littie boy on one occasion. "Yes
sir." said the little boy; "But I ljlieve he
has not worked much at it lately."
"What are yon doinc;," said a father to
his son, who was tinkering on an old watch.
"Improving my time," was the reply.
"I'm not in mourning, "said a young lady
fr.vikly to a querist, "but as the widows are
letting all the officers nowadays, we poor
girls must do something to protect our
"Hauna," said a landlady to her servant
"when there's any bad news always let the
hoarders know it before dinner, such little
things make a great difference in the course
of a year."
(Written by a special correspondent.)
Society can be divided into bnt
three errand divisions in its relatious
jto the temperance question. The
first division embraces the totat
abstainers, the second the tipplers,
and the third the confirmed drunk
ards. In the first division we finri
the young, those supposed to be un
der parental authority, also we iini
included iu this department those ot
maturity, who from a sense of duty
to themselves, to their posterity, ami
their creator, have determined to
live a life of total abstinance.
The tipplers compose the second
and by far the largest division. Their
numbers are iegions. They are in
every society, political, social sad
religious, as well as those who are
not directly allied to these organiza
lions. The grand army of tipplers
has hi its ranks men aud women.
Church members and non Church
members, Masons, Odd Fellows,
Mormons, Grangers, and to the
humiliation of the nfer, it must be
admited that some Good Templars
are found iu this army. The tipplers
are a very numerous horde and it
they cou.d be marshaled in doable
tiie they would encircle the earth,
and what a motley mess of humanity
they would present to the beholder.
It ought to Rend a blush of shann
over the cheeks of every man and
woman that Ins any refined sensi
bilities left in them, to suffer them
selves to be placed in such a classi
fication as a tippler. Look at the
rippierand what is he? Just one step
from the total abstainer, and on
more step ahead of him and he i
with the drunkard. Very often the
man that is reported to be a tippler
is a drunkard. He may not be a
boisterous loud mouth drunkard, bus
ho is one nevertheless. It is not
necessary that one should steai an
elephant to make him a thief, he may
steal some smaller animal and be en
tuled to that character. So a man
need not get drunk ofien ami go on
a big drunk at that, to be entitled to
lire character of being a drunkard.
The tippler sustains the relat.ion to
the drunkard that the tadpole does
to the frog he is the unaevelope?
frog every tippler is an undevel
oped drunkard; he is tile materia!
out of which the drunkard is evolved
Tho conclusion is, then, in the firs
place, that the human race is natur
ally on the side of total abstinance.
In the second place, they that In
come drunkards are raads so by
habits, and in the third place if tin
practice of tippling is avoided the
drunkard would find no place in our
social system. Which is the best fo
every person to observe total absti
nance or tippling ? Let revelation,
history, experience, observation and
STEAM POWER !
Chinaman mua go its cheap to use steam
and cut cues. Your wood wiil bum
better and last longer if you get
jonny mm STEAM SAW
a hold of your wood,
Try it and you won't
He i3 always ready.
I would state to the formers of Benton and
linn cuoutitie that I have a unall port
able abeam saw mtll and am ready
to make contracts to saw
m poles for mtm
TheymaJte a very !a3ty fence. Conivience now
and cut your far poles and -pCle them in
piled or rick tit cm and coma and
sec me. i mean budinejg.
JOHN Wm. MOORS.
SOCiiiT IES. .
A. F. AND A. M.
ttacWga Lod?e, No. 14, A. F. and A. meets on
H eduesuay evening, on or preceding (ull moon
JOHN KliLSEE, W. K
Kooky Lodge, No. 75, A. F. ami A. M.. meets on
eilnuoua- snaring- after full moon.
S. K. BELKNAP, W. It.
fc. A. M.
Ferguson Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M., meets Thurs
day cvei 'urf on or preeeding Coll moon.
V. ALl.AO;-: UALDWIN, II. P.
K. OF P.
ramT-ijgo, r,c. u, K, of P., meets every Von
V. It HYDE, C. C.
Im now ouildin-r a
to be used on h Willamette river and will
In a faw daya ua ready t" drive piles any
urbero along the Willamette river. Ware
house men and saw miii men wiil do well to
mw &3jB SSI sas
I also have a laud driver and will take con
tracts to drive piles anywhere in Polk, Ben
tun, Liun and Line counties. I use steam
JQ. John Wm. Moore.
(Old " NATIONAL," Established 1S68.
12S Front St.,
Between Washington and Alder,
PORTLAND, - - - OaEGOJT.
An institution designed, for the practical
business education of both scxea.
Admitted on any week-day of the year. No
vacation at any time, aud no exam
ination on eutering.
Scholfcrahlp, for Full! 3u3ices3 Course, $80
Of all kind3 executed to order at reasonable
rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The College Journal, :"'containiug informa
rioa of the course of study, when to enter,
lime required, cost of hoard, etc., aud cuts
of ornamental penmanship, from tho pan
of Prof. Wa3co, eent free.
Address A. P. ARMSTRONG,
Lock Box 104, Portland, Oregon.
Eaal Estate Agency.
have o-ne very de-irabl property on the Bay for
ale in lot from IS t 237 acres. Some of tMs i--M
the O P. R. R. terminus. Persons wishing- tn
invest will do well to call on me when prices ars rea
sonabie. Addrejs with stamps to pre nav notacre.
H. A. Bensill
New .or- Uenton County Or..
For a lone time there has been in the
Gazette office an over abundant supply
of type aud printing materiil n!ficient in
many things to furnish a bountiful supply
to run about two such offices. Wo have
concluded to offer for sale all of our surplus
material whict we do not need. Among
other things are the following: About 100
lbs. of long pnmer, 16J lbs. long primer
italic, including upper and lower cases,
27 lbs. of another kind of long" printer,
um rules, dasfies, and many other things
too numerous to mention. Any person
wishing to assort up or start a new, we can
furnish them many things th'ey need on
reasonable terms. If parties desiiing any
thing in the line of printing material will
drop us a postal card we will take ploavire
in telling them whether we have what they
THE YAQUItTA. HOUSE !
Is now prepared 'o accommodate travelers
in first-class style at all hours.
Meals Only Cents.
rtoMe feed constanttr on hsni. st tb iowet liv.
'nz rates S:tnted on tho Yaqulna Road, half wav
d o'n Corvaliis to Newport.
zeuzyi. p. iirANT
P. KEADY, K. R. S.
I. O. O. F.
No. 7, I. O. O. F. . meets every
T. C. ALEXANDER, N. G.
A. O. U. W.
Friem'.sl-ip I,o.Se, No. 14, A. O. U. WV, meet3 first
and third Thursdays iu each month.
B. J. HAWTHORN, St W.
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES.- Preaching
every second and fourth Sabbath in cch month
at the Colice Chapel, by the Rev F. P. Davidson
Services be-in at 11 a. and r. k. All an ia
vited. PRCSP.TTERIAS CHURCH. Regular services
eyary Sabbath morning and evening. Sunday
wool at tiie eloas of the morning service. Prayer
niiwtini." '1 huniday evening at 7 o'clock. Pnbiic cor
dially invited. H. P. DUNN TNG.
EVANGELICAL CtlTJROII Services regularly ev
ery Sa'.bath- -mor.-'in;; and evening, unless otherwise
announced. Sunday school at 3 p. . each Sabbath.
Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7 r. m. The
pubii cordially invited
Rev. J. Eowersox, Pastor.
SI E. CHURCH There win be public services at
the It. E. Ciiurch every Sabbath at 11 o'clock i i the
morning. Saij'oatii school at 3 o'clock er.eh Sabbath.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'.-lock.
H. E. OHUhtCU SOUTH -Services every Sabbath
at 11 a. ll. aud 7 p. u., at the college chapel. Sunday
seiicol at 9S!t . ji. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at7 o'clock. Public cordially invited.
J.'R. N. BELL, Pastor.
"HACKMATACK, "a lastin-r an 1 fragrant perfume.
Price 25 and 5 J cents. Sold at T. Graham's.
SLEEPLESS NIGHfS, mdo miserable- ly that
terrible cough. ShUoh'a curs is ready fur ycu. Sold
by T. Graham.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath so
nred by Shiioh'a Catarrh Remedy. Price CD cents,
asal injector free. Sold at T. Graham's, Corvaliis
"It is not wealth, or -fame, or stats,
Bat get up and Kit that makes me great."
YOU SEE THAT
S. A. HEMPHILL
is still sitting on the smotithe side of poverty
drawing out the cords of nffliction iu
behalf of his aid customers, where
he keeps constantly on hand
a full supply of
No. 1 Harness, Saddles, Undies,
COLLARS, WHIPS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
Robes, Spoils, Sponges, Harness Oil. Blan
kets, Hobbles. Nose Bajs, Cinches, Harness
Soap and everything that is keot in a first
class harness store.
Kepalrlne- Tlone on
Call and see. for yourself before buying else-
wnere, at tije oiri stand, opposite
the express office.
Corvsttls, -20 6tf Oregon.
Farmers and others desiring a genteel, lucrative
airency business, by which 85 to SfiO a day can he
earned, send address at once, o-i postal, to H C
Wilkisso & Co., 199 sad 17 Fulton Sirest Kw
We continue to act as Solicitors for Patents. Caveats,
Trade Maris, Copyrights, etc., lor the United btatcs,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc Ws
have tisd tSiirty-live ycura experience.
Patcuts obtained through us are noticed in the Pel
FWTiJic American. This large and splerd!d illus
trated weeklypaper,$3.aO&year,8bow8 the Progress
of Science, Is very interesting, aad has an enormous
circulation. Address MUNN A CO., Pater t Solici
tors, Pub's, of SCIENTIVIC America. 201 B'way,
KewYork. Handbook about patents free.
sub iLis mm CURE.
The most sueee-sful reme lv ever discovered, a3 it
certain in it effects and does not blister. Read
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
IHmiltom, Mo., June 14th.
B J Krvdam. & Co., Gents : This is to certify
;hat I have used Kendall's St-avin Ci;re and Have
oiinu it to be ail it is recommended to lie and in
actmore too; 1 have removed by using the abovj :
,'aiious. Bone SpaVins, Ring-bones, SpJints, and c.n
hecrfolly testify and recommend it to be the best
hing ior any bony substance I have ever used and 1
lave tried many as I have made that my study for
P. V. CRIST.
Oneonta, New York, Jan. 6th.
Early fasft nummer Slesars. B. J. Kendall & Co., ot
-Znoshurh Kail!. Vfc., made a contract with the pub
ipheri ol the Press for a half column advfrf.nsetiwnfc
for one year sett inz forth the merits of Kendall's
Spavin Cure. At the sa?ie time we secured from the
irra a quantity or Looi:ii. ent:t;ed Dr. Kendall's
Treatise oft the home and his itfsease; which we are
fivinjf to advance pavinc.subBcribers to the Frejs a
Aoout the lime tne aiivertisement ELrst appeared
in this pagier Mrv P. O. Sclivr.erhorn, who resides
iear Colliers had a spavined hor. Ho read the ad
trergsemesfca&fl concluded to test the efficacy of tiie
.-emedy, althoujfh his frionds laughed at his cred
ulity. Hehouiit a bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure
md commenced nsing it on Che horse iu accordance,
.vith the fiixections, and lie informed us th s week'
that it effected such a qoarbftte cure thit an expert
.oracnian, who esamiucd ttieanuual recently could
o the m m mimi
Thoso Suffering from Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Loss of
Vitaliij', Sexual Infirmities,
rpur; cbeat icf.ed those have who are
X s-iffcrinj from SEXUAL A.N'Il NERVOUS COM
PLA1STS is a jlbyslciaffi who can comprehend their
ailir.enti and suvcesBTaUy treat them.
'l lie ,-cnoral praetitioner is not sufHciently ekille
in thc-:e cljisbes if trottbies to do so and it .ust b
left to the SPECIAIdST. who by cducatsr.i. :i
practice, thorough knowledge and oomnrcl.elisiv
mind, is prepared to cure them.
OR. J. C. YOUflS
Opened hi3 now celebrate:! In.-titute in 1SE0 ior the
purpose of affording the adicted the certainty ol
honorable and skillful treatment and perfect and
perinArtent restoration, and for oyer 30 years it. hi'
sustained tiie first rank not oniy upon this Coast but
throughout the civilized world."
1 am aware that bv dwelling upon so uninvitin
subject as the DECAY OF SKXUAL VIGOS
norant may asperse 1113' motive,
thedes're 10 infisna those sfco me snflr
ic th !-) is''-ra!!.s ho bj ca
's:ies or al oi k&tvitiga tfiat cu
a be !iad, are not o ily kuTyinsf die
selves to KB ttftliateiy grave, but glvlii
sesua! weakness as an inheritance to future genera
tions, is too great an incentive to permit me to be
IF YOU AKS SUFFEKISG FROM NIGHT LOSS
ES, NEKVOUSXIiSS, WtiAKSESSES, CONFUSION
MIKD, S1.IRKT LOSSES WHEN UNDER KX
OTTESiENT, VAKIAHLE TEMPER, TREUBLING,
PALI'IT.vriON, FLUSHES, c, OR IF YOU II AVE
PRACTICED SELF-ABUSE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT
EST PAKTlCCI.AIt y.u are aullering from the
Dread Eiismy 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 OTSEKWIsE.
FREE. Eiclnsiveiy VcgeJabte Rmedies Ssed.
You are especially liable to suffering- from NEKV
OUSEROSTRATION. All your pectiTiar complaints
are nervous in tiieir origin and hen-.e your sufferings
are terribly depressin.ir or inexpressibly keen. The
Doctor in his researches an-1 practice of NERVOl's
TROUBLES has matis your or;r.'nizati n a specia
study and is thus enabled from bis tixperienre and
kviowiedire to aid end cure you in any of the
'S'nab!fs, UeatresE's, Sfisfrfsses asd Saf
ferlriKSto wHb Jim are Siah!?.
eSTYou will !ind in the Doctor a friend upon
whom you can rely for comfort, a;d and cure.
Ur. VctiRe'i T'-issiiP R;-2ifd-es have
attained a reputation for efficiency une';uallc-d bv
any medicine or medical proscription ever offered.
They can he sent by niaii or express.
These de-iiriuir personal care snd attention can have
all necessary accommodations furnished.
Tiiosc who cannot visit the city can by criving; the
symptoms in their own way, receive advice, and wh
desired, treatment at heme with every assurance
- LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED.
B8. J. C. YCtTKG, -
N. 7 SiMktea St.
San Francisco, Feb. 21, 1882.
6s week in vour own tows. Terms ami ." euttit
i free, Address U. Hallett It Co.. Pvitiand M
ARE YOU MADE nierabls by Iadigcstiea, Cn
Ktipaiioa, Diu:nvss, Lose wf Apptit, Yeiiow Skia 1
ShSeh's Vitalisar is a pesitiv cure. S!d , T.
Win be n-.afi2r
m to U epr
torn . re of last rear wittioot ordertosr it
ioilV to tdajrtmt dtwitvtmrm. flsnH tv I
D. M. FERRY & CO. D.TROtT MlOH.
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R. E. C. WEST'S NERVE ANB BRAIN TREAT
ment, a specific for Hysteria, Dizzinss, Convul
sions, Nervous Meatiaehe, MenUl Depressien, Los
ofmsmory, Spermatcrtiaa, lmpetency, Involuntary
omissions, premature eld aere, caused by over
exertion, self -abuse or ever-indulgence, wbieh leads
to misery, dec ay and death. Un bex will cure re
cent casas. Eaeh hex cor.tatas ene month's treat
ment; one dollar a bx, er six bexes for five dol
lars; snt by SGil prepaid M reveip ef i riee. We
uaranWe six bexas W care any ca.e. W.th each
order received by ua for six hexes, ac nmpanied
with Ave dollars, we will awxi the purchaser ear
written truaiantoe te return the meaey ii the treat
meut does nek (.Sect a earn. Guarantees Line"
YTOOSARw, CLARK CO., d
Wfcelesele and R. tail irugist3, Pertland Oregen
Ordera bv niaii at regular prices. 19-1S y 1
T mo doors
rront Sroe, )
aariii of tht- Vinceat Kouie. f
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Repairing and Cleaning at moderate Prices. I9-26yl
Druggist and Apotkcary,
-AND DEALER IN-
mm, ens, mwm, wm, um, wm, mm.
SHOULDER BRACES, TOILET ARTICLES tG.
A full line of. B' oks,.Staiione'y and Wall Paper. Orr drugs are froeli tm$
well selected. Paescriplions compcundt-d at ail hnum. 19-27yl-
Wheat and other Grail Stored on tiie best of Terms by
OKI A L li'l.S
SCKS PCBNISiiEi) TO PATBONis.
' - ss
Farmers will do well to call on me before ipaldag arranirements elsewhere
doock & Baldwin,
Dealers in Shelf and Heovv
Obtained, and aH busi&ess iti the U. S. Patent '-nk'C,
or in the Courts ati,um.te.i to for MtlUHA'l K F-.fc.S.
We nr-opposite tfafr-r. S ratuntOtiico, cn;ajc(J in
PATENT liUSlNfcUici KXCLU61VK1.Y, and" can ob
tain p-itents i. less time tiian Ukese remote from
Whan model or drawing sent wc advise a? t
Xtcntaijiiity roe of charge; and we make IsU
Stovoo End Tinware, Zinc Stove Pipe, Cran.t ware
Etc., Etc., Etc.
1 S g Qa J
Best in the Kai ket.
UM, m AND SPLENDID iSMtT JUST RECEIVED !
Prices as low as any house in the State..
.A.11 Goods "Warranted jnst as Represented.
Wo Employ none but
And guarantee- satisfaction in ail Job Work. If yon want something is ear
line don't fail to come anil examica ror gooels and prices.
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN.
jn:l nd t.rifi nt t':f m.ivi;t nr Dit hIti-'js wL.-.i-n i l-...rl I
,ec:i Io;,aWd ;Vr bcherjiernor hu since secured a V-e refer, here, to the Po ;t Master, the Supt of the
;o:y o: Kendah Treatise on theiIoreand bis l.s- Money Ordering and toodleiaN of the V. 5 Patent
,-a.ie. which he pnzea very highly and womd be j office. For circular, advice, terms, msd reference to
oth to DeUrt with at any rtrii:e. iirovided he could
not obtain another copy, fcio much for advertising
READ PwODF OF WONDERFUL G5.ir.FS.
Fremont, Ohio, Jan. 25th.
Dr. B. J. Ksnhall & Co., Oeiits I think it my
duty to render you my tiiank.H for benefits arid profits
which 1 have derived from your invaluable end far
'anied Spavin Cure. 3!ycou.-ln and 1 bad a valuable
stallion, worth 1000 which bad A very b manu
and was pronounced by four eminent veierlr.ary
(jurgeons, beyond any cure, and tl at the horse was
done for ever. As a lat resort 1 advised my cousin
to try bottJe of KemlaJi Spavin Cure. It bad a
aia gical effect, the third bottle cured it and the
ooree ib as well aaever. Dr. Dick of Edinburgh, the
eminent vcterinarv ennreoii was an uncle ot mine.
and 1 fcatoe great interest in assUtin; his profession.
JAy.F.a A. Wiuson, Civil Engineer.
KondaM's Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN F1,BH.
Went buvshurgh, Vt., Feb. 15th, 3881.
Dr. B. J. Kendall. &Co., Gents Several months
aajo i iiijurtexl my knee jtint which caused an en-
:anrement to grow tnc wzc ot a largo walnut ami
Aused me verv severe pain all the time for Jour or
,'ive weeks, when I began to usj Kendall's Spavin
vJ'ire Witn the most satisiaetory resuK. Jt lias en
tirely removed the enlanrcntent and stopped tlie
iamenes and pstbs. I have kkBg known It to be ex
celient for horejebbutnow 1 know it to be the best
liniment for huna.n fle.-h that 1 am acquainted with.
X ours truly,
Tl p. Lawrence.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
fa sure in its effects, mild in its action as it does not
Miiyter, yet itis penetrating and powerful to reach
tiverv deen aeated i.ain or remove any bony growth
or otner enlargements, such as spavins, splints euros,
calous, spratnn. swellings and any lameness anu en- . tt
iurgements of tho joints or limb's, or for rheumatism
in man ami for any purpose for whicii a liniment Ni S g.
used lor man or beast. It ia now known to be the i o
...c i - I suaiism nmsl kssl .
vet certain in its effects.
Send address for Illustrated Circular which w ! K -
think gives positive proof of it3 virtues. No remedy , A
has ever met witn sueh unqualified success to-our,-
knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Price 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. All
Drutrirists have it or can iret it for vou. or it will be ,
Will. IV UJ UUUf Uif I WCIjrv Jl yi ivv vv a
prletnn. Dr. li. J. Kskdald a Co., Enosburgh j V
aetual clients in your own state aud county, address,
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
0;osite Patent OiSce, Washington,, D. C
City Stables aBail y Stage Line
FROM ALBANY TO C0EALI IS.
THOS. EGLHST. - - Proprietor;
Having secur the contract to carry; g th
m v ' l
United States M t
On the Corner Tcst of the Engine House
COHVALLIS, - - OREGON.
AVIlfG COMPLETED MY r-rk,
new and nommudiou BAK.V, J?-n& ! n . j A T X. ,
I aat better tuan ever prepared to lSSa22S-J V fct i-iXK b XXiUtlllV
I For tHe ensuing four years ST leave Corrallis each
proT r.r rriiio DIfriC f t C Df Af'CC Itterninff at 8 o'clock, arriving in Albany about 19
Duv5 1 tfr I L.n::-., CUUU! . O . t nr.riiAUl.0 o'clock, and will .tart from Allanv at 1 o'clock in tec
afternoon, returning to CorvailiR about S o cloci
SAUI LE HORSES TO HIKE.
At Reasonable Kates.
T5T P?.rtiralar tteHon given to Boarding Horaee
iiorses aaagnx anu uki or rJxchanjfed.
PL RASE GIVE ME A CALL.
This line, will ic iremrcd with eeed tttu: aud-or
cul drivers and nice dbmfortable and
EASY RiDIMC VEHICLES
For the accommodation of the
f wm wm wmw:
i- us Ssl tS i . 3E
tiirS Ca-HK BsSS- nlrli TM i
IS MA2i DKACi'UiiaiJ Bt
FISH BIOS. Sc. OO.,
WJ HAKJS KViliY VARIETY OF
Try i'iui:icr (i.e.ua Kiooi ul e-
WUY V.'ILLYOU courh when Shiloh s Cure will
give immediate relief. Price lv cts SO eta. and tl
At T. Crabam.
A NASAL INJECTOR free wilh each bottle o' Sh'- SHILOU 3-C TA IKH K-MlDl'-i positive cure' baauuii.3 Ouuya uu -.sumption cure U sold Knowing we can enlt you. we eoUcUpatronase from every s-ctlon of the TJaited States.
8 v iurra jwb9u. rrjee ev vcaa. cwia h .or vawr. u, i i-'w.-j.. mwi mvu, v . --; - igc rcwu anu Iwiai) ua ior vr vi ioa js-a v-" jL
i . aseeaaBs a. j
Farm, Freight and Spring1 Wagons,
And by coDttnln? oorselves f..rictly to one class of work; by employing none hot the "ESTSK
of WORKHBiVi using nothing but FiasT-Cl-ASS lMPEOVi.D MAC1IINRUT. and ihoVKitT
BSrT of st.1,. CTKU TIA.B-.R. aud by a THOEutTGa KNoWl-gUGJE the baiiueae, we have
justly earnen the reontation of maidn?
THE BEST WAGON QVi WHEELS-"
I Uannfaetnrera have abolished the warranty, hut Agents may, on Weir own respoaaibiiity, give
s) i tho foilowin; warranty with each wagon, if so acreea:
Wc Herebv Warrant the KISH BKOS. WAGON No. to Be won made m overy partic
ular and of irood materia!, and that the alrength of the rame is sufficient for all work with fair
nsaso. Should any b-eakaste occur within one year from thie date by reason o defective materiat
or workmanship, repairs for the tame will be furnished at place of sale, free of charge, orth
price of said repairs, as per agenl'a price list, will he paid in cash by the purchaser prodcclag
eample of the broken or defective parts an evidence.