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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1889)
THE ONION CROP.
How to Cultiviite It and Subline Its Mnjrjrot
It is usual to get the onion crop in
ns soon ns tho frost leaves the ground,
nnd it is not unusual to linvo tho seeds
or sets planted as early as March. Xo
crop demands more careful preparation
of the soil than the onion, as the most
laborious period is when it is in Its first
stages of growth. The crop not only
requires very rich soil, but must be
kept free from weeds. It is not a
summer crop, as it delights in a cool
reason, and tho frosts do but little, if
any, damage lo" tho plants in this
section. Tho best location for onions
is a piece of ground that has been
heavily manured tho year previous. A
poultry-ynrd in which largo (locks
have been kept answers well, and tho
toil should be mellow, so as to admit
of easy cultivation.
In tho North the crop is grown from
seed the first year, tho red varieties
being preferred, but tho gardeners and
truckers in this latitude grow their
crops from onion sets, which are pro
duced by sowing tho seed very thickly
in the rows, and on moderately fertile
soil. After tho tops dio down tho sets
are stored in thin layers in a cool
place to bo planted next spring, each
tot making a largo onion tho
second year. Tho white silver-skin
and yellow Danvers varieties aro
considered the best market varieties,
but tho potato onion, which grows in
bunches lrom a single seed, is the
earliest for table use. but is not now
e.ieiisiveiy grown. 10 gel lliem in
early is to escape weeds, which entail
1 T . It.. .. , . a . .
mum weecinig, out, as tno onion is a
gross ioedor it delights in any kind of
manure and good cultivation. The sots
aro simply planted in rows, about
tlireo inches apart, by lightly sticking
them in the ground, though the truck
ers plant acres of them by covering
them completely in the rows, in order
to save labor.
Tho maggot ic an enemy that gives
trouble and is not easily subdued, but
where tho crop is grown on new beds,
instead of on tho sumo location every
year, as was formerly tho practice,
the depredations of the maggot have
been greatly reduced. The onion bod
should receive only tine, well-rotted
manure, freo from any kind of litter,
and well incorporated into tho soil,
which should bo worked over until not
a clod can bo found, for upon the thor
ough preparation of tho soil depends
the yie'd of tho crop, which may range
anywhere T om 100 to (.00 bushels per
acre, according to tho soil and manage
ment. Tho crop is a paying one, as
tho supply is seldom equal to tho de
mand. Philadelphia Record.
LENGTH OF nOOTS.
Information Tlmt Will In All rrobnhillly
SiirpriM1 Many runners.
"How long aro potato roots any
way?" I can not tell, but judging from
analogy, I should say that in a fine,
rich, mellow soil under favorable con
ditions, they grow five or six feet
long. The person who pulls up a hill
of early potatoes while tho tops are
green, and shakos oil" tho earth may
suppose ho has got nearly all the
roots, but such is by no means the
case. Tho same is truo of onions. I
once had an onion bed on a hill side
garden, tho soil of which was a line
sandy loam. The bed was about four
feet wide, the onions about full-grown
and the tops still green. There came
a shower in tho night and a stream ran
down over tho bed until tho surface
dirt was all washed away and the roots
were loft bare, extending unbroken in
every direction, and generally remain
ing in tho place whoro they grow. In
the morning when I visited my garden
to see tho havoc that had been caused
by tho rain. I was surprised, beyond
measure, to find that onion roots were
so long. Some onions that stood noir
the middle of the bed had pushed
their roots in both directions to the
outsido of tho bed : in other words,
their roots were extended two feet on
all sides. I would notboliovoitif I had
not seen it myself. It is the common
opinion that the roots of troes oxtoud
about as far out in tho ground as the
branohos project out above it; but the
truth is that thoy extend much fur
ther. I have seen large trees, as well
as willows and alder, washed out by a
Hood in the creek, and in every case
tho root- were more than twice the
length of tho branches. The person
who buys troes from tho nurserymen
may think ho obtains about all tho
roots with tho troes, but ho does not
got ono-half of thorn. Trom what I
know of other vegetables, I believe
that potatoes of vigorous growth sond
out roots tlireo foot in ovory direction
whore they aro not opposed by some
impediment, and that if thoro is richer
soil or manure within four feet of
whoro they aro planted they will start
for that tho first thing, and roach it in
a abort time. Tho man who manures
una row of potatoes and leaves the
noxt without any manure ax an expe
riment, to find out the valuo of com-
niorclal lertuizerB, makes as groat a
mistake as tho one who put his money
into a contribution box, thinking it a
buvings bank. If you manure one row
of potatoos, the noxt row will steai
part of tho manure unloss you inter
poso an Imjmsaublo barrier of boiler
plato or ehillod iron. Cor. Rural Now
Crnnborry Dumplings. Sift to
gotlier ono quurt of Hour and two and
ono-half totuipooiis of brikitij,' powder;
mix to m toll dough with Hwoot milk;
roll out and sprofld with orjo quart of
crauberry sauce; fold over. pUtoa jn a
)iiddinif haf and steam ona hour. Servo
with isweet hauoo.
"Niith:i w.'i trip the light fanUis
win. Ti..-. . .v.t'iann loose bn
.ho s.U-aih. - Merchant Traveler.
PERSONAL AND IIVlTERSbNAL.
A woman (Mrs Rroadwny') has
tho monopoly of all the bill-posting
done in Chicago. She covers :?,000,
000 square feet of bill boards each
Isaac Jennings, onco n prosperous
merchant of New Jersey, was lately
sent to an almshouse, having squan
dered all his wealth in vain efforts to
recover a mythical English fortune.
A Mississippian boasts of having
had the ague for twenty-seven straight
years with only ono break of three
weeks. He set out to beat tho shakes
at their own game, and there aro 150
pounds left of him yet.
Old lloxem llrown, of Now Mex
ico, is a coffin peddler. Ho travels
with a big wagon, a team of mules and
about twenty cheap assorted cotllns.
He says he knows a hundred men who
already have their coffins in their
When ho first became Prime Min
ister, Disraeli was advised by a friend
"always to appoint moderate men to
bishoprics." "Moderate men!" echoed
the illustrious statesman, "ah, I seo !
You want me to appoint men without
There is a married man in Atlanta
who wears eyeglasses with a gold rim.
His wife wears eyeglasses, too, and tho
two pairs are just alike. Thoy are tho
parents of threechildren the vouugest
being ten years of age. and each of tho
children is near-siirhted so much so
that they wear eyeglasses too.
Tho Into Renjamin 15. Hotchkiss,
of Bridgeport, inventor of the well
known quick-tiring cannons, now used
in tho military and naval services of
nearly all nations, acquired an im
mense ioriuno as tno result ot ins in
genious devices, fie loft an estate
valued at over twelve millions of
John Wnnnmnkor. of Philadelphia,
is a hard-working merchant. Ho is at
his desk from eight o'clock in tho
morning until six or seven at night.
Spcnkiii!! of his business, ho said re
cently: "During the ten days previous
to Christmas our sales hovered about
$100,000 a day. Tho grand total for
tho ten days falls only a few dollars
under $ 1,000,)00."
A pleasant incident is told of Mme.
Cohen, who recently received tho cross
of tho Legion of Honor. After the
Franco-(ierman war she wont threo
times to (Jermany to look after tho
wounded French soldiers. .Sho was
introduced to tho old Kmpress Au
gusta, who talked to her for two
hours, and said, when sho took leavo
of her visitor, "Madame, I should like
a link to exist between you and me,"
and taking her own red cross, sho put
it round Mine. Cohen's neck, saying:
"The only value of this cross is that it
is a sign of how wo have both tried to
mitigate the misery of our fellow
"Oh, I do so love music," said tno
gushing Miss Kinglets. "Won't you
play something for us, Mr. Thuinpk?"
"Snrtuinly. I will play tiny sing Miss
Kinglets may desire. Vhat shall it
be?" "Do you know that or tho
l'eok-a-Koolangor march?" American
Colonel Steers (of Montana) "It
seems to me you New Yorkers aro en
tirely too 'uppish' and on your dignity.
If you only were out whoro I live you'd
seo what Western hospitality is." Mr.
Manhattan "I have. I onco took a
drink with Six-Toed Hank of your
town at the point of a pistol!" I'uck.
Sign painter "You want a sign
'English Chop-House' over jour door,
do you?" Proprietor "Yah; dot vas
id 'English Ghop-House.1" "Do you
want any extracts from the bill of fare
painted in?" "Yah; dot vas von goot
idea. Ihtint on do board: 'HotSassage,
Peer, und I Jmburgcr Cheese.'" Phila
An old nhyslcian. retired from practice, hav
ing had placed in his hands by an Hunt India
missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the Mieedv and nermanent euro of
Consumption, llronchltis, Catarrh, Asthma,
and nil Throat nnd I.unii All'eetlons. also u posi
tive and radical cure for Nervous Debility and
all Nervous Complaints, after havlnir tested its
wonderful curative powers In thousands of
enses, has felt it his duty to make it known to
his sud'oring fellow s. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human sutl'erlng, I will
send free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
cipe, In (ierninn, I'retich or Kligllsh, with full
directions for preparing and using. Sent by
mail by inlslresslni; with stump, naming this
paper, W. A. Noyes, lUt J'ower a lllnck, Jiochet
tcr, .V. 1.
Truth rim be outraued
by silence itiit. n-
cruelly as by speech.
Distrusting Nkln Discuses.
Wltat spectaelu is more (lisKUstinfj than
that of a mnn or woman with a hUIh (lis.
ease wliieli snows itself in pimples or
blotches on hands, arms, face and nccK?
It is simply impure blood, S4o what
HiiANDitirni's 1'h.i.h did for a chronic
(Jeorge Chapman, J'lncenuiK, Allen .
" I or four years j was in tno iouni!U
fiifaiitrv in the U. S. Army, resliiinu (lur-
ing that time prim ipally in Texas. Al
most all of thai, time I had a cluonic skin
disease, chartcterized by au eruption over
the entire surface of my less and IIiIkIis,
arms and chest. The doctor termed it ec
zema. I iiad ulven up all hopes of over
lMjinu cured, when Hhanhui.tii'm J'ii.i.s
were recommended to me. I concluded
to try them, and did so, and I have
thanked Cod daily since then that I did
ho, I think I us (1 them altogether for
about threo months, and, by that time
was completely cured nnd havo never had
any trouble since. My skin U as clear as
Many roads lead to hupplixisn lldca the one
Consumption .Surely Cured.
To TIIK KlilTo: Please iuform your readers
that I have a jlti rrmedy for the above
named dlseusv. My IU timely use thousand
of lioi-elew cas have U-eu iwrnianeiitly cured.
I (ball be Kind to send two bottles of my mme
dr ritBB U any of ) our readers who have ooa
niuiptlon If ther will eeud me their oxpross
and toktoIt)ee address. Ileictully.
T. A. 1J0VVK, M. C, 111 Pwrl t.,New York.
h..'i.au'l s uatue In a far Mur ihltW than
a IaU,u a.
I Consumption. Scrofula, Conornl
Ileliillt , M uMllIK IMsrusos or Clill
ilrrn, chronic Couchs nnd Hrouchitiis, enn tic
'cured hy tin use of Scott's l.niiiUlon of
l'ure Cod Liver Oil with Il.oIiMhite.
l'romllient physicians melt ini'l testify to lt
Rrent Milne. l'lcHe rend the follouiu'ir I ,
Ued Scott' LinulIon for an obstinate t ouch i
ultll Ileinorrlince, I.os of Appetite, Kmaeia
Hon, Slceplessncs s, Ac. Allot these lime nnv
left, nnd I lellevc jou Kinutou lis aed it
cne of well-developed Consumption." T. J. '
FlSIil.KY, M. 1., Lone Stnr, Texas. I
When pirls nre old enough for a lover they
nre tt mutch for tiny gray head.
IlriKlit's IIInciisc Cured.
AIkuU two yiarsniro our daughter hnd con
gestion of tho kidneys, which developed Into
HrlKht's Disease. Her body whs swollen to an
enormous site inciisurltiK -4.) inches around
the waist, and lf Inches Inlow the knee. After
phvslciaus had given up her ca. 1 itett rmineil
to have tier try Dr. Kennedy "s Kvu'itm: Kkm
MiV."of l'.ondout, N. Y. (iradually the swell
ing was reduced from to u Inches. tic be
gun to gain strength, and was able to walk
without fatigue. We do not know how to ex
jires our gratitude for w hat tt has done for our
child. We are conlldent the favorite Iteiuedy
will do all that i claimed for it surely Hod
ha blessed It in this cae, and we earnestly
recommend it to at) sutl'erlug from kidney dis
orders S. I. Van llusklrk. Demurest, N. Y.
Hit. Kknnkiiv's 1'vvoitiTK IIhmkiiy, made at
ltoudout. N. Y. U: 0 for J.".
Send for tiook. how to cure Kidney. Liver and
It takes two to tell u He one to speak and one
A Terrible. ?1 1 sforl u n e.
It is a calamity of the direst kind to feel that
one's physical energies nre failing In the prime
of life to feel more nerveless, more dispirited,
weaker every day. Yet this Is the unhappy lot I
of hundreds who surround us. A source of re
newed strength which science approves, iu be- ,
half of which multitudes of the debilitated
have and are every day testifying, and w hleh,
in countless instance, has built uii coiistltu
lions snpped by weakness and inllriiilty and
long uubenetltted by other means, surelv com
mends itself to all who need a tonic. Ilotet
ter's Stomach Hitters Is such a medicine pure, 1
botanic, soothing to the nerves, pr motive of '
digestion and a fertilizer of the blood. Dys- !
pepsin and nervousness the llrst a cause, the
second a consocuence of lack of stamina -de- 1
part when a course of the bitters Is tried. All
forms of malarial disease, rheumatism, klduev
and bladder trouble, constipation and billions
uess are nnuuillateil by tuts standard family
A man that gets the woman he wants seldom
Bets any other good thing.
White Elephant, of Slam, Lion of Eng
land, I)rnj:on of China, Crosn of Switzer,
land. Banner of Portia, Crescent of Kitypt
Double Etmle of lhissia, Star of Chili, The
Circle of Japan, Harp of Erin.
To Kut these buy a box of the genuine
till Atf-t A V,.C f?lM I'llll TI.'n 1 TM.M
I'n.i.s, price 2A cents, and mail uh the out-1
side wrapper with your address, plainly i
written, and 4 cent In stamps. ei will 1
then ninil you the nbovo list with an ole
um it, puckagu of oleographic and chro
malic . arils.
Fm:mint. Bitos.. Pittshuho, Pa.
Woman is never too nnnry to be without a
mouthful of sweet words.
A Slight Colli, II neKleoted, often attacks
the I.iuiKs. " llroiiH's JlroncUuil Tiuclics" (jive iiu
To the siilder the web is ns large as to tho
whale the whole w ide sea.
Tnv nrMHA for hrfwltfaBt,
Ut superior eicellouce iiruien la uilllluui of homes for
moru than u uartf r of u CdUtury. It Is VMid Ity the
United btates -rnnient. KadorsiJ by the beads n(
the (in it Uuhi ralt is as tjeKtro:ii;t-t, I'urt at, nil inott
llealthul. Dr. l'rl a n Cream ll.iklni; 1'owiler ilros uot
coulalu Au t jou. , ,lnie or Aluui. Hiild only iu caua.
I'UIOH ItAKINO l'OWDKH
NKW YOltlf. eillCAOO. HAN' FltANClHCO.
DOrl'T BE A GULL
Becauno a gull iu a very foolish bird that will
swallow anything you offer it. Whim yju ask
for "f'eiil of North 'uruliim I'luj; Cut'' Sinok
iiiK Tobacco, and the, dealer wants you to try
sumo cheap brand on which ltu makes a much
laryer profit, ho is simply trying to "ruII" you.
Uu knows as wellas you do that "Seal of North
Carolina I'ltr,' Cut" is the most populur und
tho beat Smokinj,' Tobacco on the I'.icific Coast.
.1. II. KJMli. AisNtiyiT tinrt Amilytleal
CiiviuiKt, IjtilioruUiry. lOt First sL, Portland,
Or. Anulyses inHdo of nil substaucos.
Hwlft's Siecllle nred ne- of Cancer, whtrli was
hereditary, fur my lather died of Canrer, My case
n-Hlsted ull oilier treatme t, III fact icrew worse ull
till) time, I left nil' nil other reuieilles, anil fuk
K H, h, which furred out the poison until my system
was cleansed, when the ( aiieer healeO, not even
leavlmritHiKu. Mi Ih uIIIi hln. e bus iieriiexeellent.
JIas. it a I. llltMS,
DU' hull. (,a . Kt lt. Jil. s1).
Send fur 'I reiitisi u Cancer and lllmcl Disease ;
mulled free. HWI 1 -T Hl'It I HI (,
Drawer J, Ailantu. da.
AHtliiutit'CotiuliM,"' C'oIdH,"' Croup, In
Iluenxu, IlroueliitiM, C'utarrli, AVlioop
lim.C'oupli, I.omh of. Voice, Itielplcnt
('oiiMiiininiou, uudj ullTlirout . nnd
-i J.' R. CATES & CO.T'PROP'S.
417 Haukome htrtel, riau I'ruuclnco, Cal.
i rnjcm mm mtm m mmt mj i
y TO M
At Dnror.isTs amp Deutrs,
THE CHARLES A. VOGELEfl CO., Battlmort.Ud.
a rotnm cvu rom ikdiomiioh ajtp as
IUuu TrcaMM Artilnt UuOm.
Trur Drucffiti or General Vtaltr wifl cW yV--Ctra
for yon V not already in ttotk, or ti vill U
tot bf mail cn receipt t 25 cU. (4 boxtt tl.00) to
tbimpt. Scmp!4 rent on receipt y 1-ceni tump,
INI CHARLES A. V0CELER CO.. Bttliaort, MA,
ofin nnnc'v,iiiuv,iv lu ',r" ''ai ini;e' icach
CPjUlUUUK ( SIIAWkU Y. I'lllltlpsbiUK. Kims.
THE VAN MONCISCAR
Nos. i:i:i ami tat tiiikii yntiiKT,
la the only l'rirMe Ms
jH'iisaiy in I'lirtltual or on
tlit Ni'tUiMcut Oo:t
where patU-nts ftrr snct-ess-fiitl)trtitllrUM
DCS. CllUONIO AM)
rnivATi. disi:asi.h m
miUK er "hi, "tnglu or
umiritil, Midi h
Nemms delilllty, seminal
Ioiwa, faiUni! iiit-inry,
rphilitfo eruptions, et
Ie,t of miicury kidney
lent HuiMrr trait1es, pin
orrbra, nhec, stricture etc.
C O N s L' I ,T A ' n t N 1' K : i : .
by return mall,
OF DRESS CUTTING,
Any Indy of ordl
can easily an 1
quickly learn to
cut and ma'..o
any garment, l:i
tny stylo lo nny
or child. Address
g MOODY & CO,,
X Jfra a! r
OTno BUYEItS' OUIDB Is
iaauod March and Bopt.,
onch year. It la an oncy.
olopodia of usoful Infor
mation for all who pur
chaso tho luxuries or tho
noooasitioa of lifo. Wn
can olotho you and furniah you with
nil tho nocossary nnd unnoooasary
uppliancos to ridtv, walk, danco, sloop,
eat, ilsh, hunt, work, ro to church,
or stay at homo, and in various stsioe,
utylea and quantitlos. Just flRuro out
what is roquirod to do all tboso thing
COMFORTABLY, and you can mako n fat?
estlmaro of tho valuo of tho BUYEJ1U'
OUIUE, whioh will bo aunt upou
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage")
MONTGOMERY WARD & COo
ilioiilKan Avenue, Chiciso.m,
FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Sold on Trial !
ltlestinelit smalt, profits
Inliru. Semi So tor inalltliK
lar-o llliutratd Cataliiruo
vs 1 1 li full paitlculara. Man
K. ( Austin Hl'gCO
Ml w KIU I.alie Nt.,
A BIG SHOW
Bmlth's Cash etore, 410 Front St., S. F., Cal.
largest ecncrul dealers west of tho Miisissinpl
ltiver. Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Under
wear; Wall Paper, Stationery, illaukets, Wed
ding; Hoots, and Shoes; Canned Goods, Dry
IniiU; Wooden, Tin, Crockery, Glass .Granlto
and Hardware. Meat, Klsh, Provisions, Honey,
Grain, Feed, Groectics, Pure Spices, Seeds, llo
ans;I)ruf;', Medccines; Clocks, Ammunition,
Kubbcr Goods, Tents, and quantities of other
Roods at lowest prices for Cash only. Send 2 c,
stamp lor full hst by first mall, ami learn how
to livocheap and well at small cost; 82 years Iu
business; customers in every County west of
the ItocUy Mountains, and inauy elsewhere
tf n s-is a tln.v. fcamples worth ss'4.15 1
I'ltl'.K. Lines not under horses' feet.
N-' Write ! Mi nsty Helu
llolili-i- Co. Ilollv. .Hleh.
THE GREAT 0V3RLAND ItOUrE !
'i'lie ON'I.Y I.INH Uunnlittf I'ullman I'ataco
sleepini; Cai-s, Alognillcent Day Couches,
und '".lKUlit Kuilgrant .Sleeping
Cars (witli berths freo of
FUOM U'AslUN'fiTs'lN AND OHICOOM
1'OINTn TO TIIK ISA ST MA
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
I'r umi oiil ui' ii al Line
J'UMtfHt Time liver Undo lioiii tliu
'tmMt over tlio
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
HT. J OH IS I'll,
1 , K A V ISN WO 1 tTH,
And all iioinU throughout tho IOist and fiontli
cukt, via til. i'uiil und .Minneapolis.
Tin: only uni: nvssrsa
! Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars
li.NTilli: LKMJTIl t)V lt()A
And hauled on mruuii ISnp'oss Trains over tho
Kutlro IiiKth of tho Northern
A. I). CIIAHIfON, (len. Wost'ii J'ass.AKt.,
No. '. WanhluKlon street, I rtlnnd.
Dr. Weiitherhv'i, Antidotes. Iu ue 17 Ikntn,
Hpeclal .Moriililne Habit Chh ulo. ( orrw
pondeuoc Confidential, ( all on or adilrtw J
J. AIKBX. MHinwer. ltoom an, HI. Aim's Jlulld
Inn, Hsn I'lanelrto.
N. V. N. U. No. rr, -S. I'. N. U. Ko. U51
A GARMENTS k
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f Kkw.iiui If you have an Old Sore tlint needs
hcalilu:. unit Hint other reinedlc have fatted t
1 lienl: or n breaking out or Itchftu; of the soup
or liody, or n ltoll, Hum, cut, or nnv nltm nt for
will, h a Sahc Is suitable, buy ti Z cmtlxixi l
.llrlcun Milvi'. which Is Wnrinnted to
t are when eerythlliclc fnlK If not kept In
Jour dnK'tfit semi ii cents In tntn. to J (
l'FMFNT. AKt., Astoria, Or., nnd iecelc n box
S I till 13 t t , UAVU. Oablur. hoeut
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r,vtm Pri. MATTHIAS (IKAV 01'.. W
Street, Hu Frwidwi
LADIES! cute health.
Yor WtH I.D
.villus of dell-
for full particulars ot this great boon to women,
ent In securdy s, aled letter. Hit. UKAKMi:.
1h 1M1, San Kiancisco, t al.
AN HONEST DRUGGIST,
when nskr-tl for the best lilooil-pttilllor. nlwnys rcoouituciHl'. Dr. Pierce's Golden
.Medleul Discovery, becittise he know-; It litis liy ftir the ltifoe.r, sale mid rives tho
best Hittist'iietioii to his eustottiers. Golden Ii'dlenl Discovery chits nil humon?,
from ti ootuinou Hlotch, or Kruption to the worst Scrofula. Salt-rheiiin. Scaly or
Uouoli Sl;ln, in short, all diseases c.iused by bad blood are conquered by this
jiowerl'ul, imrifyino, tiiul invlfroratluo; itiedleine. Great Eatitifr Ulcers rapidly
heal untler its bettio;ii iullueiice. lispeeially has it manifested its potency In
curin!r Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas. BolK Carbuncles. Soro Eyes, Serot'tiloufl
Sores and Svelliii:s. lllp-joint Diseae, i: Whito Swellinj,'-,1' ' Fever Sores,"'
Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Eulnr;eil Glands.
('onstunption. which Is Serofr'.ti of the Lungs, is arrested and cured by this
remedy, if taken iu the curlier stages of tho disease.
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cases of diseases for which it is recommended, or the money paid for it
will bo promptly refunded.
For Weak Lungs. Spitting of I'.lood, Shortness of Breath. Bronchitis,
Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred affection, it i3 an ellielent remedy.
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Tlieso twin diseases cause untold suiTcrlne;
Doctors udtnlt that they are dllllciilt lo cure
so do their patients. Puttie's
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manently cured the worst
cases of rheumatism and
nourulKln-so bay those who
havu used IU
"llavlinr been troubled
wKh rheumat Ism at t he kueu
and foot for live yearn, I wns
ulmostunnljlit to ut around,
nail was very often confined
to my bed for weeks nt a
time. I used only ono bot
tle of Pnltio'H Celery Com.
pound, and was ierfectly
eared. I can now Jump
around, and feel as lively as
a boy." KiiANK cakoi.i,
W.00. six for $5.00. Druggist.
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DIAMOND flYF? a.'e "!t,fr H'taMer I ntniceiUriuintponlAClatcdFooilartircMhv,
UIHmunu urea CulortlhananvulhcrVyu.OHUIti Uappy, Hearty. It is Ihuquakd.
JTox Men and I3oys at
Lick Houso Block, San Francisco.
MAM & BENEDICT, o.o.iTIstings oo
27 "Years in present location.
I prcscrlbp nnd fallj-en.
dorse Iltit ) as the only
specific forttie certain euro
or this disease. .
O. II. INdHA HA M. Sf. D.,
Amsterdam, X. Y.
We have sold nie O for
many years, and H has
rCini In B
I TO & DAYB.H
OioM Btrleur. v
CM vr4 nt? triii
Uillrtu C&ib1c1 Ci.
Kiven mo uesi ot satis
faction. I). It. DYCIIF.ACO.,
81.00. 8old by Drueglsts.
I CURE FITS!
I do riot mran nu rely Uistop tliem for time and
tlit'ii Iuiti tlic in ritnin it.utii I mean a rmllcAl cure.
I lur m.ide tl.c ili,a"f of kits, rriLKi'sv er FAtr
i.so Mi kMi a Ufr i,,n klu.li I w Arrant my reiuetly
to cure the worst umrs. Crcnuse others lie fallo'i Is
no reason for ri'itn.'A reoKtvinirn ciup. rm at rineo
for a 'rratle and frpw t-o-itr i? my InfaUUile remedy.
(lle Kii mm and I'ost OlUct .
11 tl. ltooi , .M i 183 IVnrl St . New York.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
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giiaranlectl to benefit or cure, in all
is(v)uiii .fl 1 tli. iloam tn,', nnti-
-niito m iiinn n iiimisi.. mi eonisi. nj nrnifHWS
" I 'nine's Celery Compound has been a God
send to mo. I'or tho past two years I have suf
fered with neuralgia ot the heart, doctor after
doctor fallliie; to euro mo. I have now taken
nearly rour bottles of tho Compound, and am
free from tho complaint. I feel very trrateful
to you." Cius. II. Lkwih, Central Village, Ct.
"I havo been greatly anilcted with ncute
rheumatism, and could find no relief until I
used Paine's Celery Compound. After using
six bottles of tills medicine I am now cured of
Samuel Hutchinson, So. Cornish, N. II.
Effects Lasting Cures.
Pulno'sCclery Compound has performed many
other cures as marvelous us these, copies ot
letters sent to any address. Pleasant to tako,
does not disturb, but aids digestion, and entire
ly vegetablo; a child can tako It, What's tho
tiso of suiiering longer with rheumatism or