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TIIK MORNING ASTftlllAN. Fill DAY OCTOBEK 27. 199.
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the ystem
Will WE AFKAII
TO HE GREAT?
Tlie Kast Aware of llm I'lissibi llics
of I lit- I'ucilic ConM.
THB IWHEIV 01' StKAKI)
OVERCOMES XirfQ '
,. k PERMANENTLY
TM teMINf . MAN'' 0 OX
(5lil?RNIA TG ftyl?VP(S
-js ''cV:." ..v.?
A friendahlp that moke the but
nohm la very often th moat useful; for
which rrason I should prefer a prudent
f i J tn jioua one.
India before him? ICvery move made
by th lUlllah In Chin clearly lri'll:U-M
(hut lh cry nf "open door" wu ralnm
lo wheedle AiiH.-rlraii I id i) an m,1 tltudi-
which would hell) fJrwit 1 Ilrliuln to
fight the but lb1 of our trade In China,
and It depends on uunn-lvn to ny
whether dm fight nil ill I l abandoned
ugulimt tin1 pressure of litcri-aslng odd.
Aiaumliig lli'i exIsK'tim of whiut every
Hrlllsh stali-smaii him vigorously dis
claimed, Hi ii liiii-nllun of Krigland to
paint any more of the world red, the
coui'iimulul ulunlfli ftiicw of th fuct
in lint bo recognised that where the
Hrlllsh flug goes all the Mil of the
world may follow. If Ureait Ilrltoin In
oompell.'d by th rio-nothlug policy uf
tho United Mains to abandon the slrug
lf ! for th Int.-grlty of tho Tientsin
trcatlee over that whole of China, and
mil' I'litrut her effort on th keeping
oin of tl' Yangisi" valley, It will
merely be, ha ben well sold, "be
causv ln-r people fwil convinced from
-XhmIiiic that whatever promlw-i
KiiNrla limy makr to tav off Interfer
wu!, any territory nhe or Frani may
New York .luiiriiiil of Coimiierce: ai'iiuiro in China will inom-r or latr
llic wnrll i oi.urlnir on Ita third. I' nuidn mora dlflUult for, If rwit closed
liU;n of loiiiiiien'lul hUtory, Tlio flint to, tur trnd by dlffen-ntliU HHrlffn."1
vndud alien tho Mcdltorranlan ceiuied Then are roiuililertilliiim whlih ouxht
to be Uic Kr'iLt lilnliw.iy of Inirrnull'iiul to ! more app:ustit on the racld:
trade, tlm necoiid lnm won lii aeul of' coant than In any other purl of tM
emplro InumfrrriMl to t)ui nhureg of ooiir:ry, and until they atv apprehend
(lie Atliiiitlc, and the third iMgli.g to ed and acted upon by the represent at W
how lltelf whh tlie KrowliiK irreatneMi men of California, Oregon and Wuoh-
1JUT A BAILOHH' HIIANTT.
The Cnnilltitins Thut M.iv Hlmkr
I' rum Kntct iiijj into Our
I'ly of the Hea That In Ftuit tn
nppeurlnc Old Mcmoriit Re
vived by ManchinUT Crew,
'I'"iv awa-y, oh, nio,
.At.uy, away, oh, Rio;
Then fare you well, my bonny young
For wi''r bound for th' Itlo Grande."
There In no mmg carrylnif with It
morn of Ktlrrlnir melody than that of
the rimte: "t'p and down, air!" caunea
the next order to "Cut and'
of tie I'ndllf. Wlu-li Wllllaiv II. Bew
aril Ritld, forty-wven yeun ago, hat
thv I'uclflu iKJi. Itt Khortrji, i Uland
rnd th vaat rrgton bvyoud, would be
t'oino tlm world' thetttne In thn chief
evi't of the great hen-after, nobody
liiuiKi'vtl ibat the fulfillment of the
pioplieey waa ao near. In IkM), of the
V.ouo mlie of rwiiriKul track In tho Unit
ed Htate. only eighty mllea In Louisi
ana lay eaut of the Mtaalppl. In 1852,
the onl) lalea Went of tho Mlaelaiilppl
wt UiiiUlmia, Arkaftaaa, Texaa,
i'iuii, Iowa and 1'iillfornla, the latter
Iniftmi, there will I' but a xir proa
pect for ther ato4ea to enter Into the
mnffTilnVpnt herlliMT- which nature haa
pis-l'ired for them. It would Im a pkly
If m, npl-ndld a future should be dim
med by th craven fear of bring great."
OTHEIl HIIE OF TIIK TUU8T QUES
TION. There will be nothing lacking In the
way of arnui ien(atln and allcgivtlon on
the Bhle of the aaaallantaof truata wh-n
Karl's Clover Root Tea
liitllUi Hm (mtlil.m. I'lirldrt llw
MImii,, ln,liir.,in, aiiJ all rip0.mi (
t hkUk An mnulila linn.a Smi.
Belli ort Hft,au ritaraiiivt ty all
DOc. and tl.OU.
. c. will 4 CO. i irnov, N.
lniiiiii al iv
hnvlng Jum enUMvd lh Union with a the ou.Htlon of their regulation cornea
population of a little tvtr VO.Oua. The1 "I" onld-rulon In rongn'Ha. In
VM terriinry betwivn the MlMlioili.nl ' frt. hat al ! of the (U. atlon haa been
and the I'mcIIIc waa almoeit an unknown '"lenaiveiy cverMi
I land. Cullforulu waa a mere airing of
mining luinpa, Han Franilnco, a rude
1 frontier town; oivguii, Wuahlngton ana
i Itrltleli Columbia coiiluliw-d only u few
j matffiitl aettlemeiita and Irndlng ala
ilor.i. from which fura were about the
only exporia. In ISM) and for yeaia
Ihereuftcr, California waa ar Importer
of Hour, potatoea and aliiioat all th.'
, I 'veaearb of life. .Today the rarltle
I i: la one of tlm great grnluari a of
! the w '.rid, It la one of thn world'a i hi' f
!h. 'lit i tf i f lumber Hiipp.'y, It eiida lie;
fruit to tho four corners of the glob.-, I
; ciiinpHei with Fruuue, Italy a:d Hixiln
In tlie iroducUoii of wlnv, and .hua u
; population greati-r tliiin that i f the of
' IkIjiiiI HliLtea w hen the I K-'liirntloii f
' liidi'H-nd,ince wna signed.
"The rai'lfln atuti-s are alive 1o their
, owe grutn'M, ml hardly to the poi
Hlblllilcs of th'lr future, Their eyes
are turned eiuttwird, whence the lm
, pulse of Ih -lr growth has come, not
' wmtwanl to (he further eaat where
I the liultlon of thrir dentin)' la to be
sought. Hie merchants and priKlucera
of the Atlantic stati-a are becoming
i keenly alive to the undeveloped po-
tontlnlltlea of the trade of eastern Asia:
fiom nil the
various points of view thai are dlscov
ernhle by the autugor.lata uf combina
tion thut there Is nothing in w to bv
The plutltu llnous denunciator, how-
I e v e r. haa hod bis day. Tho people have
j given the unlay demagogue a hearing.
I They have also Hat'-ncd to the srhol-
Those who have delayed buying.
Consider theew flgitrea.
Petersen & Brown.
;S Andrew Lake
main forever some topsail halyard haul
,-m" u ..-r u. Wo.-,...c meor.es re-j r WH,k af, wh a hnuXt lhat w KPep
ganllng the dangers of "monopoly.". u. chinly pnim. f .fuHng alive Is
Th.) arc now willing to hear the other, of a thoM who have
side of the itiestlon, ms: from politician 1 ,f,re
but from the captains of the lndu-j '
try themstlvre, who are murshuilng
prodtutiVe rseoiirciei Into great orgunl
sntlens. The mplc will weigh the tea
tlniouy on bo'h sides anil will rriiil. r
oil Impiiitlal decision.
The "other nlde" of the trust ques
tion wus ably preHnted to the federal
IndustrSjl commlsloii at Washington ! Sptieisl Mltention iivt'ti 'o fMnih orileis.
j on Thurs.U)' by the pndent and the' ,r
uu.rney or the .-krai M.v. company.: ,,, ,-,rJ. J GliflTHER?
Perfect Pit Guara
A TAliti, l'.oplielor.
atcifC ' Low Prices.
Repairing and CIeaMng3featlr Done.
one of the greatest Jrusls In existence. innlltlea
Chicago lawyer, after doling thl.j 'l-.ti-... i-n t' f.ily or.I..
WholoKile ntul lletsil IVal
iIiiujicIiiI condition and d.-sorlbi.'g the
I ineihuO of dlaburvemeiM of dlvld.ils,
It Is Announced from London that
Hiram Muni tn, the great Inventor and
mn'iufncturer of guns and other war
aupplles, hss taken out a certificate of
txUmiillrutlnn aa Itrltlsh aubi-ot He
was horn In Maine, but since SM has
maintained an establishment In London
which now employ 14,000 workmen.
'ihi.li' hrnthrrtti it tlij Puflflt lnk Kill n
lunculd Interest In the subject. Out It
Is a subject concerning which no for
eigner wrlti-s without being profoundly
Impiesred with the opportunity which
the new birth of the far cant presents
to California, Oregon and Wanhlngton.
Alreudy tln'iv atv Indications of what
I the oiM'tilng of the Chinese market may
mean to tncni. ine txporta of lumber
'to CnltiN and Hong Kong, though still
mall, have doubled In two years; and
Rotor Vitality Lo.l Vli or god Manhood. u" ot n.,,u wmcn m ,w" ww"
Cure Imnotcncv.NlKhtKmlHslon.andl T" " y 1 "l
wastlnir dlHcasc, all crTccU of Bel(.,: tl,m' w"r v1,h,, 1,1 ,,w luj,t flw'1 vvttr
. abuse, or excess and India. t h.ijs bio. .Ne.u-iy an or this is the
Jrietlnn. A nrrvn tonlft and contribution of the 1'aclflc state, and
bliwd Imlhler. BrlriM the ' l,u ,',,, Indication of the vol
rplnlt plow to pale check and unie of trado to come. Uut It Is large
restores the fire of youth ' enough, regadlng Hong Kong a a mere
Hv mall IJOc ner box. 0 boxes distributing point for tlie great Chlnesv
mr ir-'Ou; Willi u wniwn giiiirana market, to maKe China airenuy tne sec
toe to cure or refund tho money.
Send for clroular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton AJaefcaon 8t CHICAGO, lUv
For Sal by Cbarlaa R war. DruaglsL
The eye of other people, are th jra
that ruin ua. If all but myaelf were
blind I would want neither fine clothes,
line house nor fine furniture. Franklin.
' The montnlToCtlveskln purifying andheao-
tlfylng "ot'P' na w"" " T'lreKt and awntiteat,
for toilet, tialli, mid miinery, 1 1 strikes at
the ruiiM of bud complexions, rod, rough
Imnili, fulling hair, uinl tmby lili'iiilsliim,
viz , tiiclnnKiil,lrrltiit''il, ititluuiuil, over-
worked, or kIuukIsIi I'oiikh,
flt'il pv-rTwti.m. Pmini ,iki inn Ohm. Corp.,
l.. I'.mi. HiMna, I'. . louuh ilwli K. Nw.
H.i a s.iat, Uiudou. " llu niCural'imilM,"rm.
Astoria Public Library
READING ROOM FRHK TO ALL.
Open evsry ..sy from I o eiock to 1:11
and l:N to : p. .
ttbacrltMlon rates It per annum.
West Cor. Eleventh asd Duaae Itreeta
ond lurgi'st consumer In the world of
American Hour, the Unlte-1 Kingdom,
excelling of emnw, all other consumer
combined. Tne carrying trale of the
)dvino should contribute to the great
nes of cur rucllle stales, for the ship
that It will call for ought to be built
there, and all the activities which It
will stimulate will be Ml from Tacotna
to Kan Hego, A recent English writer
on tho commercial sovereignty of the
seas shixwdly remarks that the extent
of the commercial 1 Merest of America
In the t'oolfto Is nut to be measured by
the slilrmenla frtm and Import Into
th port of the Paoltlo count. Ait pre
cnt the greater part of the trade of the
United States and China Is conduobed
by way of New York and the Sues can
al, nut aa he points out, wo shall find
a ready market for our surplus of Iron
and steel manufactures In the develop
ment of railways and general Industries
in China, and It will bo found not by
way of Sue, but by our own vessels
Balling out of our own port on the Pa
cific "Yet to all this tho business men of
the rnolflo seem to Is? singularly obtuse.
In l.ls recent tour down the coast, In
the course of which he addressed most
of the commercial bodies, the Hon.
John Bnrrett found ready and appre
ciative listeners, but failed to provoke
the cnthusluntlc response which was
readily forthcoming to his nppenls In
'tho cast. It Ih only a few months ngn
that a lending flan Francisco newspaper
discussing the opening up of China
warned lis renders not to bo misled by
any specious pretense that all lhat
Or?at Britain sought In China was the
preservation of equality of commercial
opportunity. Sold this guide of publlo
opinion: "How could any person be
Induced that England was rtrstrous of
preserving the Integrity of the Chinese
gave It as his opinion that no adequate
law could be passed by congren under
tjwi present coiunltutlon that would
pi event such combinations 1(f capital,
nrilhcr did he believe that the consU
tuiltm could be amended, as It would
raise the question of states rights and
"stutes would be reluctant to agree to
an amendment that would deprive them
of their pr.went powvre." It. ,:at
congress could not go further than to
regulate the Interstate business of cor
porulons and could not regulate the
Mr. Btetaon, a lawyer who assisted in
the organisation of the Federal Steel
tompuny, was also a witness before
the commission. He deprecated the ten
dency to Interfere with corporations
and strongly opposed a national corpo
ration law aa "useless and dangerous.'
It was hla opinion that "legislation
could not make business men of luna
tics ana pauper. - lie recommended a
g-enernl amendment to the corporatloin
laws-of the slates authorising corpora
tions to organise with the power to
Issue shares of oapltal stock without
any nominal or par value, but consti
tuting merely a stated proportional
part of the total capital. He advocated
the fullest freedom of compact on the
part of corporations combined with
general publicity of their affairs In the
Interest of stockholder.
The opinion of such mvn, actively
.Identified with the mawueement of a
great industrial organisation that has
21,000 employes on It pay rolls and
manages to keep them at work at good
wages, are certainly entitled to as
much weight with thinking people
the vaporings of theorists or the vote-
seeking jargon of politicians.
Commercial St., Vslorix, Oregon.
POVEY 5 BIRCHALL
Fine work at 1'o'!it PriC
127 YVciMhlnglon SircC.'
Next Imperial Hotel
PORTLAND. OR a
J. A. Fastabend
House-moving Tools lor Rent
Carpenter and Builder
HOUSE RA.5l.NU AND
loth and Couch Sts Portland.
M.mkr of National Association of
Den till faculties.
Yrmcrly Ta.omn College "f
Dental Infirmary open daily from a.
m. to I p. m. Free oral aargloal elinia
b iturday. 1:S0 p. m. to t p. m. A. R.
Biker. D. D. B., Demonstrator la
studenta desiring information, ao
dr ss North Paelflo Dental College,
Fifteenth and Couch streets, Portland,
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
of the pudding la C1 tt
sod the proof of liquors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argument that's
Our will stand ttt teat.
HUGHES & CO.
wttnin ner own control; greatest
rrencn medical .triumph of this oen
tury, for al I female Irregularities.
weakness, etc; a posltlv blessing to
married ladles. Call or write for
sealed Information. Inclose stump.
350V4 Wash. St., Portland. Or.
empire with the example of Egypt and lay.
THEY CUT AND FIT.
Two Fashionable Furrlws Who Are
Earning Well-Merited Approval.
Good work, correot style and perfect
fit speak louder for the furrier than
any advertisement that can be written.
Appleiraih & Prasll. the fashionable
furriers, at 143 Third street, between
Aider and Morrison, guarantee abso
lute satisfaction In every cosj where
a purohase la made at their establish
ment Both gentlemen are practical
cutters and fitters, who have been em
ployed In some of the largest houses
In the principal cities of the United
States. There Is a style and finish to
all work turnd out by this firm that
stamp both gentlemen experts In this
business. Garments will be taken to
be made over or repaired, 'and the work
turned out with the least possible de-
1:00 a. m
7:00 p. m
Portland Union Depot.ll:U a.m.
for Astoria and Inter! P-m-medlat
7.45 a.m.For Portland & In-
6 10 p.m.termedlate points
p m.la. m.
6:301 1:001 Ar
SPECIAL SEASIDE SUNDAY TRAIN
Leaves Astoria at 8:30 a m.. arrives at
Seaside 9:45 a. m.
Passengers may return on any train
shown on schedule on same date.
ALL TRAINS to and from Seaside run
ot Flavel and Hammond via Warren
ton. All trains make close connections at
Ooble with all Northern Pacino trains
to and from the east or Sound points.
At Portland with all trains leaving
At Astoria with I. R. A N. Co.' boat
and rail line to and from Ilwaco and
North Beach points.
THROUGH TICKETS on sale at As
torla for Sacramento, San 'Francisco, all
Eastern and European points.
City ticket office Astoria, 524 Commer.
Hal street. J. C. MAYO,
'. Qen'l Fr't and Pas. Agent.
Through palace and tourist sleepers.
dining and library observation- can.
. ELEGANT VESTIBULE TRAINS.
No. 4 United leaves Portland at 1:10
No. I Limited arrives Portland at I:M
For rate,- etc., call or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRY,
Agent O. R. A N., Astoria.
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
C. P. A T. A.,Portland Or
WHITE COLLAR UNI
Columbia River and Fuget Sound Navi
Bailey Gatzert leaves Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dally except Sun
day at 7 a. m.
White Collar line iicaeis ami O. R.
& N. tickets interchangeable on Bailey
Gatzert and Hassalo. Fare between
Astoria and Portland, B0 rents
A. J. Taylor, Astoria Agt.
U. B. SCOTT, Telephone Xll
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. F. ft A.
M. Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
each month. J. N. GRIFFIN, W.
M.i E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary.
Instance of amazing longevity are
by no means uncommon In Russia, but
the case of the brothers Kovalenko,
aged resictlvly 112, US, and 120 years,
Is certainly very remarkable even ?or
thav'. country. The thrw brothers have
lived In the same place all their lives,
and are still wrong and healthy. The
j ehiost. Michael, I of the same age aa
I wn Mos' at hi "passing," and of
him. as of that old world worthv It can
the Mp. chanty aa keying time to truly ,,alj that eye ,H fl,m.
the i.H.-k of the pawls he .-t. ,s breast m,4 ,. hl nalunU forctm al)Ued.
lo the capstan Island heave. In on th-!T1, ngt., are pf.y authentic, for
umhnr chain until the hoarse voloe of; ,,, tioi i.-w. h.iu h.i r,nur
In which the date of their birth Is offl-
nuuy eiii.rT'u, aim wuiiul wiiiuii nvy
cannot peine in any pan or tne em
This morning the big ISrltlsh four; - 1 - - "
irm.'tii-r M.inchinter wnt hrr ensign up!
to thi- nilK'D guff, signalling to all
ii:l'-r ships In the harbor: "We're
homi-wurd bound." Tho tug Wanderer
wis curilng up the Sound with the
llrltlxh bark Ifc-mb-arg. Cai4iUn I'rattli?
for Tin'onm to load wlu-at. Ho aoon as
th Hi-ndfiirg was moored the Wan
il r.-r st'iimi-d out t the Manchmtir to
t'ilt thr big ahip wl'.h her 171.205 bush
els of h I'lLl, wisrth tl07,0s), to sea.
Wliile the tug was ranging ahead
uflir hnvlng pasd h'-r hawsc-r atxiard
th" tow there was occasion of some
kind fr tl Manchester crew to man'
the enpstan. As the "stamp and go!"
fallowed by "Glv ua er hymn, yer
blii.miin' swlr.e," of tlie mate was'
uttered the rhanty man broke furth In-J
to lh grand old s-sig which their
f itm rs' fathers and grandfathers be-
f..re have sung nnd-r similar clrcum- fortunate. They can save at least
siancea: a third on ths osual coat of high grade
"We're bound for th' Rio Grande." ahoea W are closing out all of our
As the strain, came reaching across' "m"""l',i
..... I We hav them for men, women and
the smoo-h W.IUT8 of tho bay to lie children, which should bring everyor
caught by the cliffs towering above the to the store. They are new goods
water front, there was more than one wmcn "ve overstay tneir time.
a'lllor, iiuw a landsman, who stopped to
IlKi'ti as hla mind went back into the.
ynr niune when his own breast was
pr-ssej ngoi-ist a capstan bar and he;
bawled out his: "Heave awa-y oh
Itlo," with a lusty lung that time
ttkeu and which he would gladly
all the monies eurn.-d In those years
giint by, to have restored him. j
The steam vlnch and windlass have, 5" COMMERCIAL, SST.
done much toward the ending of the '
sailor 'chanty." Thut there may re- J MarrU'in ' Ts. li
ii ...mtiuiaiu tanui...
RALSTON HEALTH CLUB
Breakfast Food Select Bran .. .
Barley Food f Yeast, Cocoa
Acme nimen Farina, At-mn Wlirat Flakes and Standard Rolled Oats
T A. V. ALLEN'S
The PAT A HP penDay
JL fLjrkK,, Lit and Night.
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Finest Restaurant North of San Francisco
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR
W. F. SCHEIBE,
the Always Reliable)
A tail Ua pp, Tstasece.
aa 5Mk(rs' Artldt.
"I Commercial mt.
"U Belle Astoria" Clear
Scheibe's Opera Star
And Othr Brands
C. a. TRENCH ARD,
Commission, Brokerage, Cus,om Hoh9 Broker.
. ... . ASTORIA, OREGON
Insorance ana Smpclng:. 1.?..
A Delicious and
The North Pacifio lirever,uf wt,ubf JBottlet! ce: for family use, or keg
lr.John Kopp is proprietor, makes h r beer "applied at sot time, delivery is
for domee'ic and export trade. I the city free.
f4orth Pacific Brewerg
Tweiity Years of Success
In the treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver, kidney, and
stomach disorders, constipation, diarrhoea, dropsical swellings. Blight's
disease, etc '
KIDNEY AND URINARY
Complaints, painful, difficult, too frequent, milky or bloody urine,
unnatural discharges speedily cured.
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
Such as piles, fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous and bloody dis
charges cured without the knife, pain or confinement.
DISEASES OF MEN
Blood poison, gleet, stricture, unnatural losses, Impotency, thorough
ly cured. No failures. Cures guaranteed.
TOVN'"! MEW '.re-iMed with nlgnt emissions, dreams, exhausting
drain., tu-if '. -.. iwnilon to society, which deprive you of your
manhood. UNFITS YOU FOR BUSINESS OR MARRIAGE.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN, who from excesses and strains, hav lost
their MaNLY POWER.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, painful,
bloody urine. Gleet, Stricture, enlarged prostate. Sexual Debility,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Kidney and Liver troubles, cured WITHOUT
MERCURY AND OTHER POISONOUS DRUGS. Catarrh and
Dr. Walker's methods are regular and scientific. Be used no pat
ent nostrums or ready-made preparations, but cures the disease by 1
thorough medical treatment His New Phamplet oa Private Diseas
es, sent Free to all men who describe their trouble. Patients cured
aCIVTie. Terms reasonable. iU letters answered in plain envelops,
ConJfnltatlon free and sacredly confidential. Call on or address
Doctor Walker, 132 First St., Cor. Alder, Portland, Or.
Look Here, Young Man!
Hthasbee i tr aluigsuch cases for vISI Weara ao l is
perlecil. relabl'. Fj utn tan. own mede'n,
Of the ol I St Lo"lt JMedtcdl ao l tjurglctl Dltpenasry,
DO'i Yamhill street, Portlairl, Or., positively tiuarau
teas to cure.
DP I V 4 TP Dlsew. Thla doctor guaranie. to cure
IMTAIC auy case ot Bihliha. liourrhu.a. GK-et.
8trl0inre oare no dlffe sujd now iong 'anaiiig. Sprr
mitUirrhoe . Los ot Mnnhood, or nlnhlly emission,
0 rail penna i nib'. Th: bubll o( 8lf-Ab'io (.fectually
curad in a iLort time.
VAII1UP MEN Vnur etron a d loUU'S of ynuth
1 UUiiU TlClt can be remind, and ibis olJ doctor
will give rou wh esorae advice and cure jo make yuu
stroug tod healthy. Yuu will be amazed at his sum aa
In curiug 8ermaUirrhoe.tininal bosses. Nightly Kmiu
lons, and other ert'eots.
Patients looated la sny part of the country by hi. home
sy-teiu. riU full particulars, Inclosa 10 iu sUmps, auU
he will answer yuu promptly. Hundreds treated at home
who are unable to come to the oily.
"Tayeacleir bottle at bedtime and urinate in the bottle
set a-lde an 1 lo k at It In the inornlug. If It Is cloudy or
has a c oiidy seltli'ig In IU you have tome kidney or
bladder ills.'as an I bould be attended to before you get
an iioiiroMe dl-eni". s hundreds die every year from
Briic t's dikease ol Kldu ys.
er o vt'dt rv tlie IrAilcrt ol the Murawwa
cue tt-e w ist caei tr uiJ arnl yain r ati-.lni( frwta cHecn
or ci;aauc m ..;. CtJ'ei Lost Ml n hpod. Im
c (. rjrvnu Ds
Mormon BlnhODft' FINS a tn
oi iclf-ibuse, tiiiitiun tx-je-yo.
or t onlr,ntionF 8too
,Lott Power. Nla;ht-Lo-ies, ftrjermatorrhooa
E ll Desires, febmlri'jl CmlsdionB. lamt
rtadacha.UntitneHitoarrypss of KfYI ft
vout, Tltchina ot Cyomc.3.
Outckn) of Clsv
llcharsat 8t0p Nar
i , t .i.'.rf j i .lMi. .
sjMns. SHifialates tha bfaiQ aod Dcrva center, enc a hoi,
ateey ffuadud, with buufl. CircuUn Ire. A
cure Is at.' YTii k"!" ttnalt, 'Jtnieelap4
6 f r ) mo or mil ("ss a written irurante. tn cur)
d 4 re as Blah on Remedy Cot Ban Francisco, Oak
rof sale D7 CHAJiUSsa koujcko.