The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, October 01, 1899, Page 3, Image 3

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Acts g.ntiy on the
Kidneys, Liver
and Bowels
M Wki mm svat-tt m Mi Ha una.
A miner con not ueoswd unlet, h
tr down to bus! no.
rnvwrio it
Th. moss llv skin purifying and
" bMUUfTUII SOp I" the 1I
uiraii an J awr.iml for tuiloi, Uslh. ad
nrsr-ry. it atrlkna t th rauae of had
eotnplaslotia, ml, rough hands, fulling
hair, and blj blemishes, vis-. Hi eluKKed,
IrmaUol, Iunml, orwoikd. or iu
gtah IVssa.
rii,i.iJ T U.MlUnlMMMIlCwMWUa.M
ll'i II wis foil (ht kep hit lack
of wisdom to hlmsalf.
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Karl's Oovcr Ro'otTeu
... "''""'iM th Cutw.lMloii, PurWfli tha
lliMMl.ifirR l',(.lritrMln. luri-sl'mi
tlullon,, nmi) all '(riii'llon of
llio Shin. At. KKrwitWd l.asiillt Nx-iva
'Ionic, hold nit a'lioliili, giinritlitee hy all
ilruui;kets ( n, 60c. and 1 .00.
8. C. WELLS 4 CO., llnOY, N. y.
,.' . noli moHmiom i , ,- .
Neoesslty knows no law, and li ua
uully too poor to Mr ft lawyer. , .
hese tiny Cipiulei (re tuperioi
to Balsam ot Lopaibs,-
Cubobi or Injections mriiirriv
the am diteawith
K!rJt out Inconvenience.
The Count of FViiitalbo, the new Por
riinu.'se ambaMMador to tho Austrian
rourl, has nimlo hie wholo journey
f nun I.labon to Vienna In a, liandRome
currliiBf, drawn by four goricuouely
cupHi'lHoncd iniilca and attended by two
tlniik-- m In brilliant llvodrs, Ilo left
Lisbon In April and drove through
Hpaln, France, Northern Italy, through
the 8t. Eeniard Piimh to Switzerland,
and thence by way of Munich through
Hlyrla to Vienna, 44 .
Soap not only for toil
et and bath but for
shaving. Pears was
the inventor of shav
ing stick soap.
Bi " JlS ft "V
FISv a.4
ami. a r w j. x
i .1 -sri nir- a
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Adititiil Dewey lias Said Manilla
Was Won lie fore Leaving.
The Difficult and Danrmu I Vat of
Nivlgaiioj, the Ships After
Eulerin llir Hay.
Hint' tha bavllla at U..ll 1.1....
Di'Wry lioj laid, nut unu i.nlv l.n m
uuivn umwi, "rm utile u won
Hi Rons harbor." -
Tlwre la probably no well Informed
IM'raoll now lull who aumxi.a thai
t'oinmodira Uowy prpparalkin for
mr u.iirurooii or mo himi. ah fl--i i.
an wlmn he h-anl that war had b.n
Uoclarvd, and lirllhi-r la It probable
that any one who wai not prow'tit or
hajl not bull tbruUfh aoiiv almlbir r.
pvri.iit can have any rraliiatlon of
bul tlmt prfpaiailon meant It woa
not Ion' tha conixallng and prxivla
Inning of the hlp, (he (rooming of
inrin a... ine mnKlng or them r.-ly
for the grrtitrat p.illlr rlhrb-nry of
c-rvlio. nor did It viid with the buv.
lug of (he Hrttlah itcaiin're Nunahan
and .aflro, to go nh the flrt and
i airy coal and auppllra.
Kvrry poaalbllliy of the txprdltlon
iboufbl out, dlaeuaMt, provide
for and dliw-d of. Tile enemy mlKht
be iix'l hrr, or he might lie nut ih-rv;
n.igni pe met by iay or nik'hl, under
lila condition or under thnl eoiidltlon.
any aitd every conceivable cuav
wey and hla rnpialni knew what woa
n be done. And ao carefully had lilt
problem Ixvll atudletl that when
I wai flnlahed IV. y ami bla ran-
aina. llioimb they were unuwrcl for
anylhlng thai might hui'pen, Kllev.d
thai the battle would be fought juat
here II filially was and Junt In the
i ay that It wo.
The commodore and the captalna
ere together cotiaiantly, planning,
IUdlng, questioning, conaldeiing, de-
iMtting. Any one who had a plan or a
inggeatlon made it, and It waa oonild
red. And all this time Bpanlards were
elivulatlng falsi reports about Manila,
IS defenses, the Hpanlnh lb"t Hud It
robnhle nu'winenia, and the runiino
lore had lo lake all that he heard
ind ninke up his mind what he should
lleve ami what he should disbelieve.
Tbere was no voting among the olllcers.
hen the studying and considering
wrrc done, the ixnninwlorv alone gave
the verdlet. He tuld the other what
w us to be done and what was to bo the
purl of each In doing It.
There was no JIMrUHt among the
otn.-rrs, and there) was none among the
men. They all know th commodore.
John I turret t, who bus Just published a
beok about Admiral revey, tells of a
Cotiverrntlon he hud with a gunner of
the Olympla. Mr. Hurrott naked:
"Where did you think you were going,
imd what tlld you expect to do, when
yon ;.lled away from Mlrs HayT"
"Vn (itij do?" the (runner answered,.
Damn little did t or any one else on
this ship care as long as the old man
was ordering It. We knew we were
goitie to a hot plaee. and meant to
make It hotter sllll for the Spaniards:
but. umn, we would have sailed rlgM
into hell after him!"
The ships approached Manila bay
on April 30. The commodore had heard
Hint the enemy Intended to tnect him
at Point ; Sublg, but it this win. true
the enemy failed to kcp the appoint
ment The lloetoii and the Concord re
rennollred Iho n-glon. but found no
HpnnlHh ships. At 11:30 o'clock that
iilslit (he suuidron entered Manila bay
by the south ohanuil. The. ship were
In the. same order as when they left
Mlrs Hay, except that the McCulloch
and trauHports fell In bhlnd the Dos
ton. All the lights were masked, ex
oept a iw'iwned light at the stern of
each vessel, for tho vesBol behind to fol
low, (Jo the licet ate-uned up tho bny to
ward Manila. Commodore Dewey, Lieu
tenant Calkins, the navigator of the
Olympla, stood together all night, mak
lug their way through unknown waters,
gul ling their ship and those that fol
lowed It simply by what Information
they had gained hundreds of miles
away. It was an act of great bou
nces and terrible responsibility to make
such an entranoe. but Dewey hud work
a tha nroblem and believed that
this was the right way. and that was
enough. Tho other ships roitoweo,
every cnminunder on tho bridge. All
who could be allowed to sleep slept be
side the guns, which were loaded and
for notion as the men.
At daybreak of Sunday, May 1, the
squadron was off Manila, ana ai
o'clock It was fired on by three butter
ies In Manila and two near Cavlte and
i. i h Snanlsh fleet. The Spanish
fleet consisted of the Costilla, the
Velasco. the Don Juan do Austria, the (rlitlr.a. tho Tsla de Cuba, tne
Isla de T.ion. the Don Antonio do Ul-
ina and numerous Bmnll gunnonis
As the American ships came along two
n,i,m. were exploded ahead of th
Olympla, but the Spaniards hnd been
too impetuous, as usual; tney nna
.1 .k .1. scon, nnn no
UIOW1I iiieo hi...-"
h.iem mi done. 1t Is not tho Amerl
can way to begin firing before firing
can have any effect, and It was twenty
sit minute after the Spaniards began
before theAinerlcan fired ft shot. Hut
there was another good reuson for this
In th whole fleH only the two guns
In the forward turret of the Olympla
could be brought to bear oil the Upon
lah fleet, beeaune all the other American
ships ere behind the Olympla and
(hey would have to shoot through her
and through one another In order to
hit tho Hponlards.
Hut the tlm came, and the commo
dore said: "You may Are when you
are ready, Orlilley," and then the Olym
pla let fly, and so did (he other ships.
It has been s.iid by those who, In the
spirit of Mephlsltihele, deny every
thing, that Dewey never used these
words. Hut the statement that he did
was contained In the first clear account
of the battle that reached this Coun
try, and It was written by man who
stood on the bridge of the Olympla. If
It an Invention, therefore, )( was,
an extremely early one, Moreover, the!
least authoritative account of the af-
fair credits It, and so, perhaps. It I
safer to accept than such good things!
The American ships passed along the
line of the Hpanlsh fleet, pouring ter
rible brxidalde upon It. When they
aero passed they turned and passed
egaln, and so they ptuwed and repass
ed five time. Early In the action two
launches were even owning toward the
Mympls. It was supposed that they
Here dying to use torpd. The (Ire
f the ship waa turned upon them
and one of them was sunk and (he other
llsabled and driven upon the beach.
The rlng'hlp of Admiral Montojo, the
Relna f'hrlatlna, tried to adv'nnce from
the line and engage the Olymplu, at
ilosa range, but she met with such
frightful fire that e!ie Was barely
able to return to her Httln. 8he was
a t on fire by American shells and
burned (III she sank. The sdmlnil
tisnsfenvd his Dug (o (he lala de Cuba.
The delicate, difficult and dangerous
I union of the American ships at this
time cannot be dwrlt upon tun strongly.
me cannot le dwrlt upon tun strongly.
It was i)"t a mere question of firing!
guns and standing the fire f the ,ne-
my. sinh ss It was. When a ship on
a Kuerftil mission. In broad duyllgM,
ith siuiMlb. water and a tlcur sky,
navigates a harbor, she Is supMicd (o
have a local mM on Ixwrd. Not one
ftn-er of Dewey's fiet had ever been
n Manila bay before. Commodore
"wey and Lieutenant Calkins stood
in the bridge of (he Olympla and ite-
i rmlned her course. In lime of peace
would have been a dllTlcuU thing
for (hem (o do so. Ii.Jeed, in time of
jieace (hi-y would not have attempted
it. They (IM It by night, In the dim
dawn, and by day, with the emk t.f
luittle all around them. They did It
Wouuii S iowcr is lanrelv deneiiJcBl
upon hei ability (o Intctert, rntrrtain, at
ttaol and please. It la for thia reason thai
women ttrive lo become sccompli'ied.
They study in order tbst they may converse
Intelligently on all subjects. They strive
to become p.xM mtiiiciuna, graceful da
cers and sniiahl" hoteaes.
All aceoiiiplUltuietiis are unavailing If t
woman nunVts ftoiu ill. health in a womanly
Way. The weakness peculiar to th
womanly or mbon, will rapidly wreck lilt
general hralti. The aulTerer will lose hei
natural vivacity, her wit, her good looks,
and (Ue nmhillon aud power to display the
accomplishment at her command. Any
woman affected in this way ahould resort
to Dr. I'ierce'a Favorite Prricription. It Is
a wonderful medicine for ailing women. II
is (he Invention of an eminent and akillful
physician, Dr. K. V. l'ieree, for thirty years
chief conaultiug phvuiclan to the Invalids'
Hotel and Suigfcul Institute, st Buffalo,
N. Y. It aims to cure but one class of dis
eases, and claim to be good for nothing
else. It Imparts health, elastic strength,
vigor and viiility to the delicate feminine
orgntn. It prenarea a woman for wifehood
and motherhood. ,
Mm. Hhiiiui. rWuchri. penanco, Taos County.
N. M -v. in .1 letter lo I'r Tierce aayat " I'rom a
gn.t- lul liemt n.vmiiT -i u to r.od lKth ninht
nml .l.iy in a miuiiiu prayer lie may guard
your lir.ill h met prcHcrve life. I llerrtivea
prrM niv irallluilr lo yoi. for Hie relief I hare
rccrivtd ti.iin vour womlerful mntlcine, 'Favor
ite Pre riptiun.' After hiiflrriiiK yenraof nilwry
1 am tn-ibiv n h- liappy wife, ami can
triiiiiftilly i . ' it iumkI to woittcu the utic of the
'Hnverhe lrr--i..iiuii ' as a regulator of the
mo.Mliiy priiixlv'
The quick toutipstion cure Doctos
Pierce's l lcasunt Pellets. Never grip.
The old toper frequently gel. away
with, more than he can carry.
The Original
That's it
ilfcindiim. f
Beware of Imitations
foba Duncan's Sons, Agents, New York
with the frightful roar of their crea
guns about them and the Jar of them
shaking their Instruments, and with
shells whistling over their beads and
about them and now and then carry
lug away ft bit of rigging close to them.
Lieutenant Calking watched for ft land
mark ..n the shore and then for an
other, and took their directions by the
compass. Ills assistant marked these
directions on the chart and the Inter
section of the line gave the position
of the ship, Then the Commodore; or
dered how the steering should be done
nod the process was repeated. Was
not this a trying tlm for clear mathe
matical work? Yet If either Dewey or
Calkins had made a mistake, the cons-
iliiencrs might well have been disas
Wind mnrl
Pain Stomach
Torpid Liver
Sallow Skin
Indigestion, etc.
. 10 centt tni 2S centt Drutrlsts.
Astoria Public Lltrary
Opasi Tery sy from I .Clock to tJC
and I'M to 1 10 p. to.
fiWHntie" rats B VT annass.
Wi Cor. IfleveBt aad Duasw aueu
Telephoo B.
Ail Coed fbipveo to Vur Car.
WlU lUceir Ipislsi Att.
IT, a. Dwaa ItU
AaUrt. Or.
W. J. COOK. Mir
Baa. TtL. iU.
Dyspepsia Cure.
Diflests what you eat.
ItartlflclgllydlgesUthe food aoilaldf
Nature In strengihenlni? and reoon-
gtructlog the exhausted dlgastive o
gang. ltUthelatstdiscoTereddlKst
ant and tonic. No ot her preparatlor
can upproach it In efficiency. It In
stantly relieves and permanently curat
Dyspepsia, IndlgcHtlori, Heartburn.
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, Nausea
all other resu 1 1 of I in uerrect d iffeat ion
Prepared by E. C. D Witt Co.. Cblcogo
l-r Sals by CHARLXfl ROOatRst
JSm a. a . a a sr .
Restore Vitality Lost Vigor a. Msolroi
Cure Imiiotency, Night KralBslOnsani
wasting dltseasea, ail err ecu ot seir-
, abuse, or excess and indls-
. Icrctlon. A TTCTvo toulc and
Vfyfi Wood builder. Brings the
pink Plow to pale cheeks and
restore the fire of youth.
!Bv mall liOe per box, Oboies
lor $2.50; with a written gruftran
toe to cure or renmd the money.
Send for circular. Address,
Clinton Jackson 8ta CHICACO, IU
For Sal by Charles HMers. tirusilst.
The stronger the buttor 1 In th tub,
the weaker It Is In the market.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hesi
tate to administer Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate
nor norootlo In any form and may
be given as confidently to a bab. as to
an adult Th. great success that has
attended Its use In th. treatment of
colds and croup has won for It th. ap
proval and praise It has received
throughout the United States and In
many foreign lands. For fale by Chaa.
... . ,ni ricawn't be-
me man w "
lleve that turn about Is fair play.
. .
,The csmona notei,,. :
Kuroii-ia plan, 80e to $1,W per day.
W American pleu,l.ou w per ujr.
P. H. Sharpie's
Builders' Heavy and Shelf
For many years oclence bog studied
ll'juori. Itesult the whole world use.
whiskey. It has proven the best stim
ulant and dots not Injur, nerve, and
tissue. Ilk coca wine, and other drug
ged compounds. And Harper Whiskey
I th. Ideal whiskey. Bold by Foard
Blokes Co., Astoria Oregon.
Kodol Dyspepsia. Cur. Is scientific
compound having the endorsement of
eminent physician, and th. medical
press. It "digest, what you eat" and
positively cures dyspepsia. M. A.Ket
ron, Moomlngdale, Tenn., says It cured
him of Indigestion of ten years' .land
ing. Chtts. Rogers.
The man who says he hate ft liar
sometime only locks self-esteem.
For wounds, burns, scalds, sore,
skin disease and all Irritating erup
tions, nothing so soothing and healing
as PeWltt'i Witch Hazel Salve. Mrs.
Emma Iiolles, Matron Englewood
Nursery, Chicago, says of It: "When
all els. fail. In healing our babies. It
will cure." Cha. Roger.
To the stock holder In a go. company
the silence of the meter Is golden.
"Best on th. market for cough, and
cold, and all bronchial trouble.; for
croup It has no equal," write. Henry
R Whltford, Booth Canaan, Conn., of
On. Minute Cough Cur. Cha.
Some poets are made by writing;
mspnilne poem (hat nobody can un
"They ore simply perfect," writes
Rob't Moore, of LftFayette, Ind of
DeWItt'. Little Early Risers, tb
famous little pills" for constipation
and all liver ailment. Never grip.
Cha. Rogers.
It's a poor article that can't get tes
timonial of some kind.
E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo, was cur
ed of pile by DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve after suffering seventeen year,
and trying over twenty remedies.
1'hysicians and surgeons endors It.
Beware of dangerous counterfeits.
Chos. Rogers.
The bullion In ft government die I
always hard pressed for money.
DeWltt's Little Early Risers perma
nently cure chronic constipation, bil
iousness, nervousness and worn-out
feeling; cleanse and regulate th. en
tire system. Small, pleasant, never
gripe or sicken "famous little pills."
Chos. Rogers.
The lawyers for the defense are re
sponsible for a great deal of Insanity.
Cheater H. Brown, Kalamazoo,
Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
cured me of a severe case of Indiges
tion; can strongly recommend It to all
dyspeptics." Digests what you eat
without aid from the stomach, and
cures dyspepsia. Chas, Roger
There's an uprising In labor circles
every time the factory whistle blows.
Had Almost Given UfJ. but Was
Brought Back to Perfect Health by
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
From the Times, Hlllstllle, Va.
I suffered with diarrhoea for ft long
tlm. and thought I was past being cur
ed. I bad spent much time and money
and suffered so much misery that I
had almost decided to gtr. u all hop.
of recovery and await the result, but
noticing the advertisement of Chm
berlsin's Colic, Choler and Diarrhoea
Remedy and also some testimonials
stating how some wonderful cures bad
been wrought by this remedy, I decid
ed to try it After taking ft few doses
I was entirely well of that trouble, and
I wish to say further to my readers
and fellow sufferers that I am a hale
and hearty man today and feel as well
as I ever did in my Ufe.-Ot R. Moor.
Sold by Charles Rogers.
Tha noor eriDnle who Is unable to
work has a lame excuse for begging.
There's always hope while there's
One Minute Cough Cure. "An attack
of pneumonia left my lungs In bad
shape and I was near the first stages
of consumption. One Minute lougn
Cure completely cured me." Writes
Helen McHenry, Bismarck, w. v.
I . ...
Gives Instant relief. Chas. Rogers.
1 .- ai W W . a
ncrAR INnFRSnN. Manager-
Cream Separators
and Best.
General Supply
House for
Family Groceries
Hardmare, Ship Chandlery, Etc
Take Laxative Bromo Qulnln. Tablet.
All. druggist refund th. money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Orove's signature
1. on each bog. 25c
Luck may be ft food servant, but as
master it pay-day. are uncertain.
f 100 REWARD, $109.
Th. reader, of this paper will b.
pleased to learn that there Is at leftat
on dreaded disease that oclence ha
been able to cur. In all It. stages and
that I Catarrh. . Hall'. Catarrh Cur.
Is th only positive cur. now know
to th medical fraternity. Catarrh be
lug ft constitutional disease, require,
a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly uoon th blood and mueou
surface of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of th disease, and
giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting na
ture In doing It. work. Th. proprie
tors bar so much faith In It curative
power, that they offer On Hundred
Dollar for any cos that It fall, to
cure. Bend for list of testimonial.
Address, F. J. CHENET Y CO.,
, . .. .Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Druggist. 75c
Hall'. Family Pill are th. best
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i . .wi,"r.0." v?. ' :,r ; wii r,
"Oh, whni suhr meets on M(h
The hab aa lo tn Infancy,
f!flth fhi. .jot hn fhr pains and (Vara,
The ila.if m. Ih watchful oigBt,
For all hr nrrow, all her Iran.
A oaar-paymeat of dallghl J"
When a baby is takes sway by the anp
f death from it sorrowing mother she baf
Some sense of consolation which is denied
to the sad beartsd woman who ha seres
been blessed with the joy of clinging little
srms sronnd her seek and a dear, tra
der little bead neading against her loving
bosom. It is sad indeed, that notberbood.
r ..a
'H 4
Ae moat complete snd perfect of womanly
delights is denied so often to those srjoss
fitted by their loving nature to enjoy tt. ,
It is impossible to svo.d tbe feeling that
kindly nature would not allow ber owa
best purposes to be defeated, without soma
fruit or short -coming on th part of th.
woman who longs to be a mother; and es
perienee shows that in Urge number f
caaea the difficulty lie in some on natural
weakness, which, by proper and reasonable
Deans is altogether remediable.
. So delicate and sacred a subject cannot
be treated in any but a serious, sud at (be
same time s sensible spirit It is purely a
feeling of gratitude ana a desire that other
women like themselves shall be maul
happy and contented that prompted the
writing of the following Utters with the
express permission that they be published
" Mv bat rift is sow Ce weeks old and la fat
I snd healthy aa can be." writes Mrs. Klinbeth
I wngiu. of spring ury, aanpeu 10., uian. a
eommeBced aaing Dr. Pierce's Favorit Pra
aonutioa wkeca about two months aloner and
eontiooed to use at until I sras confined. I
about ten bottles in ail. I have been subject t
xuiflearriage. having tea of thrm and two pre.
mature children. 1 was not troubled in the least
thia U4 time. I rot atronfer aa each mouth
progressed and went to toy full time. I ahail
recorrcineud Dr. Pierce's Faeonte Preacriptio
to all I meet who are troubled with female weua
ess. There are aevenl ladi?s taking th r j,
vorite Prescriraion since they have serfs th
benefit I received, and More ao doubt, will eoua
ttleucc its use after knowinr my conditio!, as
ray prcarresa waa watched w.:.i much tutciest by
fflanv of my neighbors aad friends.''
" My wife aa aaed Dr. Pierce's Pa-rorite Pre
scription when in a critical condition, and finds
II the best medicine on earth." suites W. J
Joumiptn. of Rhinehart, Catahoula Par.. La.
My wife had miscarried seven times, but with
the last child she took nine bottlc-of the' Fa
vorite Prescription and the child ta now a
larre, fine boy. The 'Favorite Prescription
kukes childbirth easy.'
Dr. Fierd bas for thirty years been at th.
bead of that great model sanitarium, the
Invalids' Hotel and Sunrtcal institute of
Buffalo, S. Y , as its chief consulting phy
sician. Here he has had sn intimate, prac
tical experience in this puniculor Ueli of
practice, which is probably aneqtulcd by
that of any physician in America.
His unparalleled anccesa in diagnosing
disease and prescribing prompt ana effect
ive, remedies is acknowledged by leotii:
physicians everywhere. His Favorite
Prescription " has cored more cases of fe
male complaint than all other medicines
combined. It is the only proprietary rem
edy devised for this express purpose by aa
accomplished, scientific physician.
When you ask your drufrpist for Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and he say.
-"let me sell yon something; else just as
rood " ask him gently but firmly if his
jut as good" medicine has a "just as
good" record as Dr. Pierce's, a "just ss
rood " physician behind it as Dr. Pierce. .
and carries with it "just as rood " privi
leges of consultation and treatment, as da
Dr. Pierce's medicines.
There are no medicines for female dis
orders as rood as Dr. Pierce's.
In f '.ct it is the only successful specific
remedy for women prescribed and prepared
by a graduated physician in regular prac
tice ana sold through druggists.
Every woman would be benefited by the
clearer knowledge of her physical self
which she would obtain from Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser, a splent! jl
thousand page volume, illustrated with
over seven hundred engravings and several
colored plates. More than half a millioa
copies of this valuable book were sold st
$1.50 each; but a paper-bound copy w31
now be sent free for the mere tost of mail
Ing si one-cent sumps, which should be
Inclosed to World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Bunalo, N. Y., or if hand
somer, heavier cloth-bound copy Is desire
ten stomp extra should be sent
Astoria. Orecron1
Delivered at your
Office, Store,
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This great Vesetabls
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of the seut'rauve ortrans, such aa tost Manhood,
rvnen puywcmii.
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