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FRIDAY MOBNlKG, JUXE 22, I8S.T
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Written expressly for the Gazctts ty celebrated
Eattem Scientist.
Records of 9m New York Meteorological
Observatory for the last six years show that
New York has enjoyed an average of 2,917
Hours of sunshine per annum out of a possi
ble 4,450. The record at Greenwich in 1879
was 977 hours of sunshine out of a possible
4,447, while at New York in the same year
there were 3,101 out of a possible 4,449.
Messrs. Wroblewski aud Olszewski, two
Polish experimenters, have succeeded in ob
taining both oxygen and nitrogen in a per
fectly liquid, form. The liquids are color
less and transparent, resembling carbonic
acid. The liquefaction was produced uuder
the combined action of intense cold and
great pressure. At a temperature cf 212.8
degrees lwlow zero Fahrenheit, a pressure of
about 25 atmospheres or 375 pounds to
the square inch readila liquefied oxygen in
glass tubes. At the same temperature
nitrogen still retained its gaseous form when
a pressure of 150 atmospheres had been
reached; but a pradual diminution of the
pressure to about 50 atmospheres yielded
the liquid which, quickly evapcrated.
Even the foeblo rays of the moon have an
influence upon plants. In a paper read to
the Paris Academy of Sciences Mons. Musset
states that plants very seusitive to light
and heat were grown from seeds in pots oc -cupying
a very dark place. They were
then on three nights exposed to direct
moonlight, when the stems bent over to
ward the moon and followed it in its course.
Solar eruptions cr prominences, hitherto
seen only at the sun's edge, have boon ob
served by Mon3. Tacchini on its very disk.
Mons. G. Fousscrean has proven that the
tempering of glass diminishes the resistance
cf that substance to electricity, and conse
quently lessens its efficiency for insulating
purposes. On the other hand, annealing
tempered glass restores its higher resistance.
Tho importance to tree growth of an
abundance of water ia well illustrated by
an observation of Mons. Capus. In the
botanic garden at Samarcande, Turkestan,
an Ailanlh'.i3 glatuinlosus grew about eight
inches during the first year; thirteen inches
in the second, and thirty-five inches in the
third. Tho soil was not irrigated during
these. three years, but in the fourth year,
when irrigation-water was supplied, the
growth of the tree was over thirty feet.
Drs. Sitherwood 'and Hanlan have ex
pressed the belief that excessive mental
work produces a rapid decay of the teeth.
Aa an explanation of the alleged fact, anoth
er writer suggests that the overworked brain
steals all the phosphates and leaves none
for the teeth, or else that too much study
causes the general health to deteriorate
The Lancet doubts if excessive mental work
can of itself induce serious disease, but
tliiuks it more probable that ill effects result
from the worry which wears upon the sys
tem like friction upon the engine attending
such work.
Mons. Angot has been investigating the
influence of altitude upon vegetation. He
finds that the harvest-time for winter wheat
is retarded in France four days, on an aver
age, for every increase of about 350 feet in
the height of the land above the level of
the sea.
"Can pig? swim?" is a question which cer
tain European savants have been discussing.
It i3 established by several observations re
ported that these animals sometimes make
very successful swimmers.
In an exhaustive work upon tho fishes of
Cuban waters, Senor Felips Poey has de
scribed 762 'distinct varieties. Of these,
however,-105 are somewhat doubtful.
An interesting mountain exploration is
being attempted in India. Two mountain
eers, one an experienced Swiss guide, have
left Darjeeling with the purpose of reaching
the highest possible point on the great
Kinchinjinga, one of the very loftiest peaks
oi the globe.
Two successful aerial trips have been
made by Mons. Pompeieu with an elongated
balloon, and on the second ascent a change
in the course of the air-ship was obtained
by simply moving a rudder with which i
had been provided. "
Some experiments noticed by Dr. A J.
Wall indicate that the bite of the American
rattlesnake is far less deadly than that of
certain snakes found in ct'.er parts of the
world. In four fatal case of rattlesnake
poisoning in dogs, the animals survived for
an average period of about two hours and a
half after being bitten; and at least five dogs
experimented upon recovered completely.
The dogs bitten by the Indian Cobra all
died within an average period of less than
thirty-five miuutes; and thoss poisoned by
the Australian hoplocephalus lived only
one hour and twenty-four minutes. "
In Finland, where such phenomena are
very rare a. severe- earthquake shock was
felt iii April.
M'hen yon come to town to do- business!
never patronize a person who does not ad
vertise in your county paper; because the
adveitiser gains the largest: patronage, by
tho use of printers ink and by go doing, he
ean always gall to you cheaper, than the
party cau who waits for- the customers to
happen along and stumble over hi3- place of
business before he learns that the dealer-has
anything for sale. Always patronize- the
man who advertises, in your besfciriendj the
county paper.
- McCormiek twine binder, the only first
class and satisfactory self binder ever in
market and will run as easily and with as
little care as the simplest mower, can be
had at Woodcock & Baldwin's. Why throw
away your money experimenting with other
pretended machines when you know that
the McCorniiek is a well tried success.
Buffals Pitts Threshers the best ever
made and that never wear out within the
life of one man and their Farm Engines at
Woodcock & Baldwin's.
SOAP MINE-
A new and wonderful tiiseovery
lias been made on the Sonoita, about
three miles from the Benson and
Gnaymas railroad, which adds a very
important factor to this marvelous
country. This is no liess than a huge
bed or deposit of vegetable soap.
which bas been called, from its com
position, Sapoterra. It is a nearly
white substance, susceptible of a
bright polish. It is free from grit,
and in water will disolve readily
without sediment, having detersive
qualities identical with the best ar
ticles oe soap, but it leaves tjie fa brie
in a. more soft and pliable condition.
The articles has numberless uses in
the arts, not the least ot which is its
rare qualities as a lubricant. It en-
j ters into the composition of the polish
known as sapolio. and into a thous
and and one other articles of mer
chandise. The deposit has been lo
cated by J. P. Culver and Richard
Starr, and Mr. Culver, from whom
the above information was- obtained,
states that, having compared it with
a sample received from New York,
is offered $30 per lou for any quan
tity, and that it can be mined and
placed on the cars for $4 per ton. If
this be the case, there are '"millions
in it." Tucson (A. T,) Citizen.
Carpenter's tools of all kinds and latest
styles at ruinous low prices at Woodcock
Br.: twin's.
Live Stock Statistics.
It appears from statistics which
have recently been compiled that the
United States possesses in round
numbers 38,000,000 cattle, India 30,
000,000, and Russia 29,000,000. Rus
sia has 20,000,000 horses, the United
States 10,500,000, and Austria 3,500,
000. Australia, possesses 80,000,000
sheep, the Argentine Republic 68,
000,000, and Russia 03,000,000. The
Ur.ited States comes fourth in this
list with 36,000,000, but in the matter
of swine she lrads- the world, having
48,000,000. The goat is an import
ant animal in mriny countries India
if credited with no less than 20,000,
000, Africa with 15,000,000, and
Mexico with 6,000,000. From th
above figures it will be seen that the
United States comes first in the list
of nations with the two most import
ant articles of fresh food, cattle and
hosts: while rfio is second in horses
and fourth in sheep. In regard to
the latter two animals, however, she
is making rapid strides to a higher
posi t i on . Commerc ial Reporter.
"I would like scalloped oysters,"
she remarked. He answered, mean
ing to be funny: "I don't know how
to scallop them." "Then bias some,''
said she.
The Horse.
We Save received a quantity of treaties
on the horse, which s propose to give
away to every subscriber paying in advance,
if requested, whether personally, or by
mail; if by mail send. 3 cent stamp to pre
pay postage. This book is well worth the
price of the paper $2.50 to any person
having horses. TheAmerican Cultivator has
the following to say oi the treatise:
"Kendall's Treatise on the horse is a book
of about 90 pages, with paper covers, fully
illustrated, and containing an "Index of
and the best treatment of each; a table giv
ins all the principal drugs used for the
horse, with the ordiaary dose, effects and
antidote wlien a poison, a table with an en
graving of the horse's teeth at different
ages, with rules for telling the age of the
horse; a valuable collection of receipts, and
mueh other valuable information. In pre
paring copy Sot this book it was the aim of
the author to make it as plain aa possible
for the non-professional readers, and give
them information which is of the greatest
importance to horsemen, and yet avoiding
all technical terms as much as possible, and
also condensing the book as mnch as pos
sible-without caving out the real essential
information in treating each subject. Every
farmer or horse-owner should own one of
these little books.
Town property and farm land for sale or
trade. Inquire at the Gazette office .
FOR SALE GOOD BUSINESS.
Undivided ; interest in a avnt mill run by water
power, a good planer and seven acres of land use1
in connection with the mill. Power-sufficient to run
all .if the year, situated handy to market and within
about 7 miles of Corvallis with an excellent good
road to and from it. Terms easy. Inquire of M. S.
Woodcock at Gazettb office.
T?rVT) OAT X?. A FA.RM.of 478 acres
X1 VJLV rjilljlj. for leas than SIS per
acre, being one of the cheapest and best farms in
Benton county, situated1 4 miles west of Monroe, J of
a mile from a gooa scnooi, m one oi tne oest neiprn
borhoods in the state with church privileges handv
About 130 acres in cultivation, nnd over 400 can be
eultivtaed. All under fence, with good two story
frame house, large barn and orchard; has running
water the vear around and Is woll suited tor stock
and dairy purposes. This is one of the cheapest farms
in the Willamette Valley Terms easy. Enquire of
M. 5. VAooucock at the tiazctlc office.
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN'S
AGRICULTURAL
PLEMENTS!
HARDWARE
OF 41L KINDS AT
SflXFMNClSCOPRlCES,)
BROUGHT BY THEM
Direct from the East !
S
TOVE
DIRECT FROM
s
Eastern and St. Louis
FOUNDRIES.
MANUFACTURE OF
TINWARE!
AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
"It is not wealth, or fame, or state,
But get up ; n l git that makes me great."
YOU SEE Till AT-
S. A. HEMPHILL
is still sitting on the sraoothe side of poverty
drawing nut the cords of affliction in
behalf of his old customers, where
he keeps constantly on hand
a full supply of
No. 1 Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
COLLARS WHIPS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
Robes, Spurts, Sponges, Harness Oil, Blan
kets, Hobbles, Nose Bags, Cinches, Harness
Soap and everything that is kept m a first
class harness store.
Carriage Trimmings
a Specialty.
Repairing Done on
Short Notice.
Call and see for yourself before buying else
where, at the old stand, opposite
the expressf office.
Corvallis,
-20 6lf
Oregon.
STEAM POWER !
Chinaman mas go its cheap to use steam
and cut cues. Your wood will burn
better and last longer if you get
JONNY MOORE'S STEAM SAW
a hold of your wood. Try it and yen won't
bave any other. He is always ready.
I would state to the farmers of Benton and
Linn counties that I have a small port
able steam saw mill ami am. ready
to make contracts to saw
1TR POLES FOR FENCING
They make a very lasty fence. Commence now
and cut your fur poles and pile them in.
piled or rick them and come and
see me. I mean business.
JOHN Wm. MOORE.
I"?m now builtUftp- a?
PILE IOR1VER
to be used on tho Willamette river and wi
in a few days be ready to drive piles an
where along the Willamette river. Ware
house men and saw mill men will do well to
mm AGs
I also have a land driver and will take con
tracts to drive piles anywhere in Polk, Ben
ton, Linn and Lane counties. I use steam
power.
49 John Wm. Moore.
POETLAND
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
(Old NATIONAL," Established I860.
12S Front St.,
Between Washington and Aider,
PORTLAND, . . . OliEGOX.
An institution designed 'for the practical
business education of both, sexes.
SOCIETIES
Ai F. AND A. M.
CorvaJHo Lodge, No. 11, A. F. and A. M. , meets on
Wednesday evening, en or preceding full mown.
W. C. CRAWFORD, W. M.
Rocky Lodge, No. 75. A. F. and A. M.. meets on
Wednesday evening alter lull moon.
JOHN H. LEWIS, W. M.
R. A. M.
Admitted on any week-day of the year. N
vacation at any time, and no exam-
ination on entering.
Scholarship, for Full Business Course, $60
PERI WORK
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonable
rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The College Jo nrnal, "containing informa-
rion of the consse of study, when to enter,
time required, cost of board, etc., and cuts
of ornamental penmanship, from the pen
"f Prof. Wasco, sent free.
Address A. P. ARMSTRONG,
Lock Box 104. Fortland, Oregon.
JMJ ir!
Ferguson Chapter, No. S, R. A. M., meeta Thnra
day evet ;ug on or preceding full uios.
H E. HARRIS, H. P.
K. OF P.
Valley Lodge No. 11, K. of P., meets every Mon
it evening V. R HYDE. C. C.
W. P. READY, K. R. S.
I. O. O. F.
Barnum Lodge, No. 7. I. O. O. F., meets every
Tuesday evoniug. T. ft ALEXANDER, N. Q.
A. 6. U. W.
Friendship Lodge, N. 14, A. O. U. W meets flrat
and third Thursdays h each month.
B. J. HAWTHORN. M. W.
W. C. T. U.
Regular business meetings first Saturdays in each
month, at the Evangelical church, at 4:30 P. M.
Prayer, meeting every Wednesday at same hour. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Mrs. Nora Wn,Mas.Pres.
Has. T. Graham, Sec.
CtalTRCH IIKE rRTf-
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES. Preaching
every second and fourth Sabbath in each month
at the College Chapel, bv the Rev. F. P. Davidson.
Services begin at 11 A. M., and 6:30 r. . All are in
vited. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Regular services
every Sabbath morning and evening. Sunday
Shoo! at the close of the morning service. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 1 'clock. Pubife cer
dially invited. H. P. WINNING.
Pastor.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH Services regularly ev
ery Sirbbuiti morning and evening, unless otherwiso
announced. Snnda? school at 3 r. m. each Sabbath.
Prayer meeting every' Thursday at 7 r. Jt The
publi cordially invited
Rev. J. Bowkksox, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH There will be public services at
the M. E. Church every Sabbath at 11 o'clock i the
morning. SahSath school at 3 oiclock each Sabbath.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Services every Sabbath
at 11 A. a. and 7 r. si., at the college chapei . Saadfcy
school at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock . Public cordially invited.
J. R. N. BELL. Paster.
Try Pfunder's Oregon Blood Pnrlfier-
ftp fJjM per day at home. Samples worth S-S free
THE HOST SrtCESSFlL REHEDT ever
discovered, as it is certain in its effects and
does not blister. Also excellent for human
flesh. READ PKOOF BELOW:
SATED HIM W DOLLARS.
Adams, N. Y.. Jan 30, 1883.
Dr. B. J. Kendall it -Co., Gents:- Having used a
good deal of your Kendall's Spavin Cure with great
success, I thought I would let yon know what it l as
done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy a colt
as was erer raised in Jefferson county. When I was
breaking him, he kicked over the cross bar and got
fast and tore one of his hind legs aH to pieces. I
employed tho best ferriers, but they all said h was
spoiled. He bad a veiy large thorough-pin, awl I
used two bottles of your Kcnidall's Spavin Cure, and
it took the bnnch entirely off, and he sold afterwards
for S1S00 (dollais). I have used it for bone spavins
and wind galls, and it has alwavs cured completely
and left the Beg smooth.
It is a splendid medicine for rlieranatism I have
recommended it to- a eoo rnanv, and thev all say it
does the work. I was in Wltherington & Kneelatid's
drug store, in Adams the other dav and saw a very
fine picture you sent them. I tried to buy it but
could not: they said if I would write to j-ou that you
would send me one. I wish you would and I will do
you all the good: I cas.
Very Respectfully, E. S. LYMAN.
Address Stinson & Co.. Portland, .Ho
week in your own town. Terms and f5 outfit
free, Address H. Hallett A Co. . Portland Me
No Minerals Purely Vegetable.
NATURE'S REMEDIES THE BEST.
CUKES
Malaria, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Hsad
ache, Pains in the Back, Neuralgia, and all
those Diseases arising from the functions of
the Stomach being deranged from weakness
or excesses.
TRY IT I 8 EVERYWHERE.
20:12m-3
C. W. PHILBRICK,
GENERAL
Contractor and Bridge Builder,
AT
Corvallis, Oregon.
Will attend promptly to all work umJer
bls charge.
l-27yl
5 f 1 it
about 176 pages. 000 illustrations, prices, accurate
description and valuable directions for plantuur
15U0 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
Plants, Fruit Trees, etc. Invaluable to oil, espec
ially to Market Gardeners. Send for it !
O. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MJOt
PATENTS
We continue to act as Solicitors forratents. Caveats,
Trade Marks. Copyrights, etc, lor the United States,
Canada, Cuba-, England, Trance, Germany, etc Wa
nave bad thirty-five years' experience.
Patents obtained through us are noticed in the PCI
Bnnc America. Thls-lnrge and splendid Uli:s
trated week! vnaner. $3.20 a tobtjIiows the Procrcss
of Science. Is very interesting, and! has an enormous
eroaiauon. Address MUNN Ic CO.. Patent Solici
tors, Pah's, of Scientific American, 2til B'way,
ffewYorfc- Hand boot about Patents tree. -
OOur Sprinjr. and Summer
Price-list No. 33, hair made
its appearance improved
and enlarged. Over 200
pages. Over 3,000 illus
trations. Contains quota
tions, descriptions and illustrations ef
nearly all articles in general use, from
Adam and Eve to- Sitting Bull and Mr?,
iangtry. It costs us 2o eent for every
eopy we mail nearly $50,000 perannum.
It makes our hair red to think of it. We
should have the cost of production. The
book is full of drains. Send for it, and
enclose 25. cents any thing or nothing
JLet us near froto you. Respectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
1137 -29 Kah UUM, Oil.
From the Akron Commerci
al, Ohio, Nov. 26, 1882.
Benders of the Commercial can not well forget
that a large space has for years been taken up by
; n maima especiajiv oi a certain
i Spavin Cnre. We have bad dealings with Dr. Ken-
dall for many years, and the truth is fully ard faith
i ully proven not only that he is a good holiest man,
i and that his celebrated Spavin Cure is not only all
that it is recommended to. be, but that the English
wugu.jic,Kj imjk uapaoie oi recommending too iiicrhly.
Kendall's Spavin Cure will cure spavins. There
are hundreds of cases in which that has been proven
to our certain knowledge, but, after all, if any person
confines the usefulness of this celebrated medicine
to curing spavins alone, they make a hi? mistake.
It is the best medicine known as an outward applica
tion for rheumatism in the human family. It is good
for pains and aches, swellings and lameness, and is
first as safely applied to men, women and children
as it is to-harses. We ftnaw that there are other
eood linamenta. bat we do. believe this spavin cure to
be far better than any ever invented.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
Colton, Cal., Oct. 3, 1882.
B: J. Kcddall &Co . Gents: While in the employ
of C. C. Hastings, the well known horseman of Sah
Francisco, in the year coding. 1886, we had a young
horse two years old that contracted a bone spavin and
seeing your liniment known as Kendall's Spavin Cure
advertised, upon my own responsibility I commenced
using it and within thirty days from that time and
after having used only three bottles the spavin was
removed entirely, and therefore 1 naturally have the
utmost confidence in its merits. I do not hesitate to
recommend it to all who- have occasion' to use the
medicine ard should any one desire to confer with
me I shall he glad, to answer any communication
relating to the case in question.
Respectfully Yours, JOHN ROADMAN.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
San Francisco, Cal. . Jam. 16 I8S2:
Messrs. J. B. Kendall & Co. , Gents: Through the
recommendation of a friend about a year ogo, I was
induced to give j-our Kendall's Spavin Cure a rial
and I am pleased to say that I was fully satisfied with
the results. I used it in- several instances upon
splints, which after a few. app.ications were entirely
removed. I also used it en a- spavin with the same
results. The medicine has grown in popularity in
thw virim'ti. in tho nact fsnr n.nn.he I
said here to-day I Delievp is put out upon its merits. '
ALEX McCORD.
Foreman for City R. R. Co.
Send address for illustrated circular which we
think gives positive proof of its virtues; No remedy
has ever met with such unqualified success to our
knowledge, for beast as: well as man.
Price SI per bottle, or six bottles for 85. All drug
gists have it or can cet it for vou. or it will be sent
to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors
no u i !.' i: v m it f- ' l-...... i i- i. 1 1 - ...
SOLD Y ALL DRUGGISTS.
I H. W &
Are now located in their new store in Crawford & Farra's
brick block, with an immense stock of
Dry Goods; Clothing, 65
-BOOTS AND SHOES,P
Ladies Dolmans
Cloaks, Ulsters,
Furnishing Goods, and 3 fine display of new patterns in Staple and
I fancy I
DRE &OODS!
CORSETS, KNIT HOODS AND SACQUES
TRIMMINGS, CLOVS, &C.
Qents' Ready Made Qlothinc, Overcoats and
furnishing goods.
GROCERIES, TQ6ACC0SAND CIGARS,
Cutlery, cfec, dbc.
TTVVD T T? . Two unimproved lota
JP WXi O-rVJUlli. Corvallis, Or. One of
tne choicest SuiJdmp places in the city for sale reas
onable. AXj.SO Four tmnnprvatl lots except fenc
ed in Corvallis, Or. The choicest building place in
the city for sale reasonable. Enquire of SI. S- Wood
cock at the Gazette office.
TiYVD CAT T?. Valuable farm all under
J? VJTt O-fJLJLiELi.fenceonly 21 miles from
t'srvalTis of 150 acres SOacres now in cultivation, the
batanceofit can be cultivated; about 20 of it now in
wheat with a fan house good bam and granery.
will be sold at a bargain. Terms easy. Enquire of
iff S. Woodcock at the Uaaette office.
FRAZER
Axle Grease.
Best in the world. Get the ftennise. Ev
ery package has our trade-mark and is nark
ed Frazer'a. SOLD EVERYWHERE. 30y
PATENTS:
Obtained, and all business in the U. S. Patent Office,
or in the Courts attended to for MODERATE FEES.
We are opposite the U. S Patent Office, engaged in
PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, and can ob
tain patentd m less time than those remote from
WASHINGTON.
Wksm meder ordrawiwy hi sent we advise as to
pat-en lability free or cnarg-e; and we matte NO
CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT.
We refer, here, to the Post Master, the Sunt, of the
Monev Order Div., and to officials of the U.S. Patent
Office. For circular, advice,, terms, and reference to
actual clients in your own state and county, address.
O. A. SNOW & Co.,
19:8 Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C
These Goods tre offered to the public at
prices lower than can possibly be
found in the citv.
Remember the Place, m Crawford & Farra's Hew Brick Block,
CORVALLIS, OR.
C. H. Whitney & Co,
I9:T4yI
CEO. H. HENKLE.
ZEB. H. DAVIS
HENKLE & DAVIS,
Dealers m) General) Merchandise.
(InCrawford & Farm's New Brick.)
CORVALLIS, - OREGON
THOMAS GRAHAM,
Druggist and Apothcary,
-AND DEALER IN-
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THE ONLY DISSOLVER OF THE POIS
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IN THE BLOOD OF RHEUMATIC AND
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SALICYLICA is known as a common-sense
remedy, because it strikes directly at the cause of
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia, while so ma ru
se called specifics anil supposed panaceas only treat
locally the effects.
It has been conceded by eminent scientists that
outward applications, such as rubbing with oils,
ointments, liniments and soothing- lotions will not
eradicate these diseases which are the result of the
poisoning of the blood with Uric Acid..
SALICYLICA works with, marvelous effects on
this acid, and so remove the disorder. It is now es
clasireiy used by all celebrated physicians of Amer
ica and Enrope. Highest medical academy of Paris
reports 0 per cent cures in three da v
that SALICYLICA is a certain: euro for RHEU
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Thousands of testimonials sent ou application'.
$1 a Psz. SiziSoxes for $5.
Sent by mail on receipt of money.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
But do not be deluded into taking imita
tions ci substitutes, or something, recom
mended as "jnst as good!" Insist on the
genuine with the name of WasUnTOS k Co.
on each box, which is guaranteed chemically
pure under our signature, an indispensible
requisite to insure success in the treatment
Taks no other, or send to us.
WASHBURN k CO., Proprietors,
S87 Broadway. ee.StadtSt.. i0-19yl) jnwZOBX.
Work given Out On recent yonr address we
will make an offer by -which yo earn earn 3 to 7
evenimrii, at your home Men, Women, Boys or
Girl can do it. H. C. WILKINSON CO., 1!5 and
187 Fulton Street, New York.
PAWS, OILS, MHIHB, BRIBES, CUSS, HUT, TOSSES.
SHOULDER BEACES, TOILET ARTICLES 4C.
A full line ot Bcoks, Statione;y and Wall Paper. 0;;r drug are fresh ami
well selected. Paescriptioras eompennded at all hours. I9-27yi
Wheat and other Grain Stored on the best of Terms by
. J".
-AT-
CORVALLIS
SACKS FURNISHEDT0 PATRONS.
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements el'sewfiere
18-27-vl"
WILLIAM MORRIS,
TAILOR,
Front StrAftf;.
Two cIoots hot tk ef the Vincent House
V COEVALLIS,OR
- ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Ring and Cleaning at moderate Prices. I&-26yI
THE BEST WAGON
ON WHEELS-
IS MANUFACTURED BX
FISH BROS. & CO.,
RACINE, WIS.,
WE MAKE EVERY VAKIKXY OP
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
. . - . , -i.... np nn.v. kv .mnlATfnir none not the Bftait
ont
VEKV
we bar
And
of W
DPCT
THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufacture hare abolished the warranty, bnt Agente may, their ow responsibility, fltm
the following warranty witfc eacft wagon, if so agreed :
Wo Hereby W.rraar the FISH BROS. WAGOJ No t be well '""P'!'?;
ulaJaidil good I material, and that the strength of the saaaefc sofflclant gSLSB
SsageVShoffld any breakage occur wUbln one year from this 4ae by reayoa of def oeWw "
orXkS;. repairs fSr the wia boJaUhed at place of
nriee of said repairs, aa per agent's price ifst, wfR be paid in cash by the purchaser prodaclng
sample oi hwbkmmkvb i
Knowing wa an anlt yon, we solicit patronage from every section of the United States,
for Frteos aid Terms, an for a aopy of THE 15 ACINIGRICLTUBIST
fir.