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THURSDAY JAN. 13, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
D. C. Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor.
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The Daily a-tokian jivH 'c '- ''1
ruftat?(enfe a minh.jrteufifUnje. IttMn
ere who coi JcinjAnlcahence mm the city can
here Tub ahtoimax fUVnp them. Daily
or Wki"kl.y 'Alittotix to xHj jvtht-nftice tot
O'i! addiiowil zxuenre. Adarent'C tnayltc
cnaivjfd a ofU-n a na4rL Leore order at
Vif ttunUiui rm.
- Steatnor day. Sjnte of California
to sail. Oregon to arrive.
Astoria Engine Co. Xo. 1, 1ms
by resolution changed their night of
meeting from the 2nd Tuesday to the
Mr. Jacob Xiederaiiur late of this
citj', has lost his little daugher Emma.
Death claimed her night before last.
The remains will be brought to As
toria for burial to-dny. The com
plaint, uc understand, was cold set
tled upon the lungs. Our sympathies
are extended to the berenvod patents
in their affliction.
- -Mr. Grimes of Clatsop called to
see us yesterday. From him we learn
that it has not been psible to reach
the location of the twelve bodies of
the unfortunate men from the fated
Lupata since Sunday, in consequence
of heavy swells. Another effort would
be made yesterday. Hut very little
wreckage is coming ashore nw.
Astoria was visited yesterday by
a big overgrown bummer of first class
metropolitan proportions, asking for x
quarter of every man that passed.
He fixed himself at I'age & Allen's
corner, where he remained nearly all
day. Unless he can give a good ac
count of himself he should be put to
vork on the streets. Astoria has no
room in it for professional bummers.
Referring to the Lupata disaster,
the Astoria correspondent of the Ore
gonian says: "Capt Irven had many
warm friends in Astoria, having visit
ed this port twice in the Lupata, the
last tune bringing with him his newly
married wife, from whom Mrs. Capt.
G. W. Wood of this city hud received a
letter notifying her that she would pay
her another visit this winter. Man
proposes but God disposes."
--The Astoria Chamber of Com
merce will elect oflicers for the ensuing
year on next Monday evening. The
efforts of this organization in behalf of
Oregons best interests, are beginning
to bear fruit, as will be seen by refer
ence tohe work of congress, and it is
hoped that citizens of Astoria who
hare faith in Astoria, will aid the
Chamber of Commerce in every pos
sible way to crown its efforts with
The Yakima Record of the 18th
says: "A real genuine, eld-fashioned
chinook wind is much needed in this
locality. Jf it don't come pretty soon
we won't have a hoof of cattle left, and
as it is the losses are bound to be
Tery heavy." Why do not the people
of eastern Washington prepare fodder
for their stock in winter? Their neg
lect of this matter is ten fold worse
than the weather -which is never so
severe as in Minnesota, Wisconsin, etc.
The Coos bay News says: "R.
D. Hume and company's new steamer
and tug is receiving the finishing
touches at the shipyard at Ellensburg.
The machinery is in position, and
being nearly new, used in the Varuna
during one trip frmi San Francisco to
Ellensburg, only; it is expected that
she will prve a fast vessel. She is
built for the coasting trade, and will
touch at all the ports of any impor
tance between the Coquille aud San
Francisco, whore business can be ob
tained; and, being of light draught,
Tuj well adapted to the trade for which
she is designed, and will prove of
great convenience to the smaller
ports depending entirely upon schoon
ers for their freights, as the steamer
will make regular trips. Capt. Caugli
ell will be placed in command."
Warranty deeds" quit claim deeds
and mortgages, lor sale at this office.
Common Council Proceedings.
Council met in regular session
with Mayor D. C. Ireland presid
ing. Councilman present, Baker,
ITaluj, Wright and Sture.
Absent, Gilbert and Spexartli.
In attendance, R. II. Card well
auditor and clerk, and V. J. Bar
rel', chief of police.
Minutes of last regular meeting
read and appVoved.
Mayor Ireland road the annual
message, which on motion of coun
cilman Wright was ordered
Frotti Wwt. Orders, asking the
council for the right to baild reser
voirs iid use streets to lay water
pipes, was read and i motion re
ferred to committee " streets and
From John Williamson askinjf
the council for the right to use part
of the street iu front of the city
cemetery, was read and referred to
committee on streets ami public
RKPOKTS OK rOJJMITTKKS.
Report of committee on streets
and public ways, on the report
of Thos. Logan superintendent of
streets, was read and on motion
KKt'Oiris OP OKKICKItS.
Report of R. Morteuson city
sexton, for the mouth of December
1SS0, wjib read and on motion or
dered placed on file.
Report of Tims. Logan superin
tendent of streets for December
1SS0, was road and referred to
committee on streets and publi
ways, and the report for the year
Report of Peter Runey jujlice
judge for December 1S.S0, wa
read and ordered placed on lihi.
Report of W. J. Barry, chief of
police for the year 1S60, was rend
aud ordered placed on file.
Report of W. K. Dement, city
treasurer for the mouth of Decem
ber 1SS0, ami the year 1SS0, was
read aud ordered referred to com
mittee on ways and means.
Report of R. H. Cat-dwell, audi
tor and clerk, for the year 1SS0.
was read and. ordered placed on
On motion of Councilman Baker
the yearly reports f officers were
O K I1 NANCES.
Aii ordinance for prescribing
the manner of conducting the city
jail, was read first and second
time and referred to committee on
health and police.
An ordinance making an appro
priation out of the police fund to
pay officers for the year 1SS1, was
read three times and passed.
An ordinance making an appro
priation out of the street fund to
pay the expense of the street de
partment for the yearlSSl, was
read three times and passed.
An ordinance making an appro
propriation out of the general fund
for the ordinary expenses of the
city government and the supprt
of the fire department, was read
three times and passed.
A Communication from Hook
and Ladder company in regard to
the rent of meeting room, was read
and referred to committee on fire
Councilman Gilbert offered his
resignation as councilman from the
second ward, which was read and
on motion accepted.
Councilman Baker nominated
Win. 13. Headington for conncil
man from the second ward to fill
the vacancy, Mr. Headington was
unanimously elected b' the coun
cil to fill the vacancy.
The following claims against the
city were ordered paid by war
rants: 1J. Morteuson. lamp lighter. S 40 00
Thos. Logan, Sunt, ofstreels 7.1 00
A. Van Dusen 150
Geo. DnrhVr 58
II. H. Parker 1 00
.1. W. (learhart Xi Xi
Daily-Aatorinu 'J 13
The following bills were re
ferred to committee on public
Arndt and Forchen, work on jail
as per their contract SlfiO 00
Extra work on jail 'Jx ."0
Councilman Spcxarth offered a
resolution instructing the com
mittee on streets and public ways
to look after the master of lighting
the street lamps on the roadway.
The resolution was referred to com
mittee on public property.
On motion of Councilman
Wright the council adjourned.
Report or Cilj Officers.
1 1 uM isiunlbAA nVprity.
Kenort of the Auditor a ml Clerk
Tor the Yeajr sko.
To Hr Ibm. Max or aiutVinit4M Cwuueil
f the (.1t of A-tKli : A
Tlie HinlerHKiied VyMVor and Cleric
presents this, bis aanual eKYt for the
ear ending Deceiuiieif.'U. ftNM.
The dilmr-rt'iiMlits for tltc year are
Salan of Police. I iHlge S OW OH
Chief of Ponce 13 Wl
Policemen at 5." per
Medici ih. medical atteiHiance,
ami bedding for jail 44
Fees )id witMe--e-; and junurs. :
Stars ad club. fir police force 13 .
Kepairslo city jail MJW
Uoard of city prwuier- 1?C! w
Total SR.HM ."
KuWht iHpeaiwl WHcate fr X. l
HosoIhmI for No. l
Freight m coke and cartage...
Salary of Chief Engineer
Monthly allowance for Xo 1...
aud Ladder Co. Xo. 1
Monthly allowance for Hoard of
Pent of hall for Hik and Lad
der Co. Xo. 1
Sacks for coke
Total .-?2Jsu 14
Lumber for streets
Spikes, uaiK tiMtls. etc
Salary of .SmjK. of streets ....
Assist iim - - ....
Cit Snrvej or
OH, ehiiiiucjs. wicks. te and
janitor under Van Diisen's
contract. 4 mouths, .lauuurv
toMay.l8S0 '. S :w0 iM
Oil. chimneys, wiek.s, etc mi
ller .1. V. tieariiart's contract,
.s Htontlts. Mav lxse to .Imiih
ary isi i.t no
lnijiliglitcrand janltorssnlary : oo
l.cpairing and imw IaMjs ....'. : Xi
Total ri y.i
i:i:paiki.c mtv iiam-
ria.stering in stairway S jo yo
Railing for stairs . is is
Painting tin on roof 4 oo
Move pipe and fixings fr AmU-
torso4Mue s i
Paint for jail 3 u
Total s: 4.-, .!
Xails to rejwir lence . i i",
Work of Jas. Stewart (sexton). 10 i
Mowing grass and clearing.... 10 oo
Total S:M 25
SAI.AltlKOK UKKICRKS AXI) KXI'KXSEs
xot MB.vrio.vun auovk.
Auditor aiHl Clerks salary $1,200 00
Citv Attorney salary io oo
City Assessor salary 200 00
Treasurers jwr cent. "7l O'i
Printing and blanks :nJ 20
Stationerv 5U 2:t
Fuel 40 50
Judges, clerks anil con:uers
of election 2i 00
Intel est on citv ImiiuIs uui Hi
Cleaning beach of dead fish, etc 140 00
Cleaning hand engine 10 00
Killing dogs and rent of dog
IKHllld 102 on
Certificates of County Clerk ... 10 75
Water for engine house and citv
hall 5S oo
R. R.Spcdden. Ices case of city
appealed aud decided against
the city 2X75
W. II. Twilight (saute; 20 10
Fred Strong, altomcvs fees
(same) 10 Of)
Special counsel iu reading case 200 00
Costs iu case of W. W. Parker
vs. citv 40 SO
Young Mens Western ham! 40 00
Dr. W. D. Uakcr, health otlicer. 140 00
Total $5,512 SO
Paid eoutnielors for work SM 44
Peter Penetto, fine in Police
court 3 20 00
Rescue Jubilee troupe, show
license 5 oo
West Coast Packing Co., tax
overpaid 20 00
Total S 45 00
Total disbursements $WJW3 OO
The receipts from all sources are as
Balance in treasury Januarv 1.
Rec'd from liquor license 7r''.00 00
" billiard - XV) ;
" Team - 510 GU
- Dog -
" " Hotel runners
" " Carrying concealed
Rec'd from Show license
" - Street hawkers do.
' Sale cemetery lots.
44 - War. for city bonds
" Accrued interest
on city bonds
Rec'd from Ikwrd cf county
Rec d from general and special
taxes 0277 36
Rec'd from delinquent tax for
1S79 22 50
Total $20.$fl0 30
City warrants paid ainl ean-
eelled 415.052 58
City lionds jwld and caaoJlud. '2,750 00
Balance in treasury January 1,
IXUBBTBDNMSS WAKKAXTS OIT
STANiUNO. Oeneral fund 3 4,sso Xi
General street fund 702 28
West-8th street fund 2iH S4
Bonds pavable in 18S1.. .
... S 5JSCI7 05
... 207 50
... 12,450 00
R. II. Cakdwell,
' Auditor and Clerk.
City Treasurers Itcport for the
Year lhSO. t
To tie Honorable Mayor ami Comurfii Coun
vn of the City of .Vstorla :
Giw.ti.km ex: The undeMcntd city
trcasttrer hereby pn'sentstlfe nhnunl
reiort for the year ending I)eA :ei,X80.
.Ian. l.isso to Ihllauce on lmnl'.loj J0
Heeelveil for Ihiuor licenses... 7.300 00
- billiard ...
- taui ...
- wharfinger - ...
- pawnbroker ...
- hotel riiiiners ...
peddlers " ...
- i-arrj'ing cwteal
rlio in i i
ion co I
hI weaMiu ." 00
Kuceiveil fYr show Iieen-es.... Xi w)
-treet hawkers.. 1.1 00
st reet taxes LVMI 4
plice eirt 1.24U SS
ale of cemetery
Keceive.1 tor warrants for eltv
NiimN 4.-HI 00
Received for accrHvd intere
on eityhoiMis R 30
Kecelvw fw iHHird of county
IHIMKHTS ." 20
Received fiH- gewral and
sjHel taxe-s t!77 3"5
Ih-cehed for definMcitt tax-)
for IS7! .- '22 .V)
Warrants iwmI and cancelled.. 1S.o32 ,8
Hiiids - .. 2.7:0 no
Halanceou hand 2A&5 72
Citv warrant iiMlwred and oiitstaiMl
ing Dec :;i,t. isw.
(encral fund S 4.730 Xi
(Jeneral street fund 02 2S
WcNt-4-iglit ::reet fund '2m S4
S 5.7.S7 K
V. E. Dkmknt. Citv Treasurer
Report oT Chief of Polar
AsToniA. .tan. rsAl-!.
To the Hononilile Mayor ami CoimunnCuu-
HI of the citv of Astoria : A
I herebv reiwut to voirr Uonorahle
body the business transacted by the
l ad ice force for the year issn:
During the ear there has Inin 44ti
arrests made by the jHilice force. if
which :t5s were for violations or Uk eit
iirdiuuuee. and JU for oWener agaiu-tt
the state Inus.
The violations of the city orilinaiiccs
were as follews: Drunks. 17iJ: disnrder
1 conduct. tJ5; tislitinir. 5S; ahushe
lainniage. 20 : resistiim orticer. .": dis
charging firearms ,4: indecent exjaisiiru
17: keeiiing and visiting opium house,
.s; vagrancy, l; earning conci-alcd
weajMin. I: house of ill fame, I; jKtldl
ing without lieciwe. 1 : keeping vicious
dog. 1 ; false lire alarm. 1.
The arrests under the state laws were
for burglary. 12: larceny.:;; assault and
batten. !: rape. 2: arson, t: adiilterv.
1; murder, 2: assault with dangerous
wcaiNju. !i; gauibliug. 2: foigery, l: c4
taiuiug money tnuler false pretense. 1.
There has Imtii rcjMirti-d as stolen,
nropertv to the estiiuate! amount of
1.200 0, of which about S900 00 has
been reeoered ami rctnrnetl to the
The total amount of lines, fees, and
forfeiture collected, including cases iu
the Justice courts, for the vear, is
Si .515 IU.
I have collected delinquent taxes to
the amount of Si. 171 lit. and licenses to
the amount of $45 00.
There is now in my possession belong
ing to the city six police stars, four pair
hand-cuffs one pair leg irons, ten jmlice
clubs, two pair nippers and ! ball and
chain. all in good order.
The city jail is in gMd order and re
pair. 1 would suggest the changing uf
the door of the cell oiK-niiig into the
office of the chief of police to the main
corridor of the jail, as its present jMisi
tion is very inconvenient, and the cost
of changmg it would not exceed five or
There has been furnished to prisoners
iu the city jail during the year 1,21)3
meals at a cost of $182 "iw, out of which
I have presented to the county commis
sioners a bill of S23 so for meals fur
nished prisoners under arrest For offenses
against the state laws, since April 1830.
at which time the County-court paid for
the keeping of the state prisoners up to
that date. Respeetfullv, W.J.Hakky,
Chief of Police.
Keport of Police Judz
Amount received for tiuesitnVolice
Court for the month of V.
Januarv ...Sir. oo
Total .S1.242 85
Respectfully. Pktku Runey,
Report of Superintendent ofSti-eeta
for the Year I8S0.
Am'tTax. Coll'd Work.cctf djow-
January..S 83 (L S GS m jf17 02
rebruarv . 2 j
March :n 85
April 113 31
Mav 137 74
June WW 1G
Julv 7P0 55
August... 311 25
September 317 ftt
October... 144 7
November iKJ 43
December 222 7
. 40 00
. 153 a)
. 217 00
. IK) 20
. :m oo
. 108 40
. IK 00
, 21 00
. 47 00
. 18 75
21) 19 A43 -0
21 37 Y 11 48
7G 15 37 10
W 5' l 20
240 41 5.W 75
213 72 f 57fi 83
202 80 108 45
2S8 Osl 21) 92
132 44 12 35
SI 54 9 89
s? 44 i:a 43
Total ..S3.12S SI Slr".l 2:$ 51.377 GS
Superintendent of Streets.
Y. 31. C. A. Xetiee.
The monthly business meeting of
the Young Mens Christian association
will he held in their hall on Friday
evening January 14th, at 7 o'clock.
All members are requested to he in
attondauce, as matters of importance
to the .society are to he considered.
Quarterly dues are also now payable.
Uy order W. S. McGregor,
Pixley snys the Sun Francisco
girls are noted for "fatty degeneration
of the mollet." That is where they
get ahead of the Astoria girls, and it
leads us to remark that San Francisco
girls must be fearfully and wonderful
McCormick's almanacs for 1881.
At the City Book Store. Charles
Stevens & Son, opposite the Bell-tower.
I X L STOKE ! !
NEW WINTER GOODS ! !
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TDIES.
Clothing for Men, Youths and Boys,
Shoes, Hats. Furnishing
- " <lt IA.173 Il&1lt V A . Iiu.il1,lj aA .-.-V a. !&.-. v.ll.tlll a tJ3
TV.. ...n....f- t.i.. ...... 1.- r.. ..
.. &l&lfUB-. 1. I.IIII41 i.'. ..AK..a.
ZVupUius. Doylies. Crtxslics. Towels. 1-VIt Skirts,
Trunks. Valises. Motions, ami an
Elegant Stook of ZcpliTd and Fancy Yarn,
In fan tltc binp mu bet x-k in town ami at the lowest jH-.ces.
3CaU on me before pwrtamg it yoa wL4i to sa e money.
C. IT. COO FEB,
I X I. sWe. JJaln Street, near Parker Home. Attirta.
FTJBNITUKE S BEDDING
AXD DEALER 12?
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WIXDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every ltniiioli.
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOii HE
ticle, I am now reiaretl to furnii the
AT a CK.NTS 1'EK U'ALLOA
W aiOXiES TF1,
S3CFamiIies and keepers of public homes promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor AsTOKIA. OltHCON.
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAHEKS kM CDRRIEES,
Manufacturers ami Importers of
A LI. KINDS OF
Wholesale Deali-rs iu
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
tWlHghestcash price paid for Rules and
MAGNUS C. CROSBY.
Stoves, Tinware, and
House Furnishing Goods.
Hardware, Brass Goods,
Lead and Iron Pipe, Pipe Fittings,
Engineers Supplies, Sheet Lead. Iron
Copper, Brass, and Zinc.
Main Street, - - Astoria Q'-ryon
It ERG MAX .0 JiEIUSy
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTKN.
tion of tfao public to the f.ict that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VA RIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be Fold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given to uppfo
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AN1 RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Clienanuis and Cass streets.
ASTORIA --- OREGON,
C.VItI SlK PHOTONIC A PUS.
Si 50 Per Dozen.
S-t 4M3 Pr Dozen.
rSSpeeial nttes for fauulU-s.
JI15S. F. W. 1LLSLEY, - MAIN' STKKKT,
la 3lsic Iwiklius. next dour to Jlrs.Urbj's
Is now prt-panil to do
FIRST CLASS DRESS MAKING
Pi AIM CFWiMr nPAl I ifiiunc
PLAIN SEWING OF ALL KINDS.
Indies of Astoria are resttei-t fully solicited
ior a snare oi ineir KiirHiage.
flWAgeiiej for Ituttricks Pattella.
T. S. JEWETT. B. S. KIM CALL
Draying & Trucking.
ASTORIA TKUCK &. DRAY CO.
Squemocqiiu St., between Cass and Main,
Contracts for xraylnp made and satisfaction
guaranteed Orders left at the Occident llo-
telorreceir-ylbT mail promptly-filled
JEWETT 4 KIMRAT.T.
Overcoats and Ulsters, Boots and
Goods, and Fancy Goods,
t? I i. .... t :... T......ir
A.I.I1III1 it jiiiii.fl a'. ....-...
MANUKA CTPKE OF A FIi'.ST CLASS AtU
public with tlie finest tuality. fur cash.
AT $1 50 PKK 1IOZICT.
Tlie niOHt Sueee.oMful Jtemedj-ever
ilLscnertl. as It is certain iu its etleets anil
dues not Muter. Read proof Ix-Iow fnm
JIE 1 I X. GHAXGElt,
Presiding Elder of the SI. Alba s District.
St. Ai.uan.s. Vt...lui.a). lSsO.
Di:. 11. .1 Kkmiam. &.('., tifittss-iu re
ply to.voiir letter I will suy iltat m experi
enee with Kendall's .Suiu Cure lias lieen
ver sitisf:i'tir' inueed. Three or four
years ago I procured a lwtttle of your agent,
and with it. cured a hore if lameness eaitsed
by a spawn. IjlsI season my horse became
very Ituue ami I turned him out for a few
weeks when he became better, but when I
put hint on the road he grew worse, when I
discovered that a ring-bone was forming. I
procured a bottle of Kendall' Spaiu Cure
and with less than alxtileciiredsit)iatheis
not lame, neither can the bunch be found.
Respectfully jours. P.X. (iitANOEit
levsevcraHcc Will Tell!
STOCtsirroN. Mass..MareIi HI. lio.
15.. I. Kkn'Iai.i.& t'.. I.ents: In justice
to you ami myself, I think 1 ought to let you
know that 1 have removed two honk spa
vins with "Kendall's spavin Cure," one en
large one : don't know how long the spuvlu
had been Iheie. 1 haeov.uedt he hoise eight
months. It took me four mouths to take tlie
large one on, and tuo for the small uiie. I
haw used lolHitth's. The horse is entirely
well, not at all stiff, aud no bunch to be seen
or felt, 'lids is a wiHiderful medicine. It ix
anew thing here, but if it does fur all what
it has done for me its sale will le cry great.
Respectfully yours. Ciias. K, I'akkkk.
Kendalls Spjivin Cure.
Rki-i iti.H-AN Cir. Xeli.. Melt .11. 18M).
I)K. It.. I. Kknu.m i. A. Co.. Sirs: I tried
jour Kendall's SpHthi (nreaiid it had the
desired etfect. It cured tin spavin whtcli
other Ireatmeuls failed to du.' 1 did not ue
(iiit line bottle of our liniuieut. After the
spavin was removed I drove the horse and
his mate over.NW miles, from Linn County,
Iowa, to Itarltn County. Nebraska, with a
load of about L'.uOU pounds, aud made the
trip in four weeks. Please send me your
Treatise on the Horse ; Price 2.1 cents.
Respectfully jours. .Iamks Ykixrxio.
Statement Made Under Oath.
To Whom it mav Coxi-kkn. In the year
1K7." I treated will Kendall's Spavin Cure, a
bone spavin of several mouthsgrowth. nearly
halt as large as a hen's egg, and completely
stopped the lameness and removed the en
largement. I have worked the horse ever
since erj hard, and he never has been lame
nor could 1 ever see any difference in the
size of the hock joints since I treated him
with Kendalls Spav in Cure If. A. ( aixhs.
Kunsbiirg Falls. V t., Feb. -jr. ISTti.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this
i"ith day of Feb.. .. i. ls7i.
JOHX .. I RSNK. Justice of the Pejice.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
OX HOI AX FIjKMH.
P v rr kx's Ml i.i.s Washington Co.. N.Y.,
February 21. 17S.
15. .1. Kkxiai.i M. 1).: Dear Sirs-Tlie
particular case on which I used -our"Spaviu
Cure" was a malignant ankle sprain of six
teen mouths standing. 1 had tried many
things, but iu vain. Your "Spaviu Cure''
put the foot to tin ground again, and, for the
first time since hurt, in a natural position.
For a family liuunent it excels anything we
ever used. Yours truly.
Rkv. M. P. Kki.u
Pastor M. E. Church. Patten's Mills. X. Y
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
I Is sure in its. effects, mild in its action as it
! iln-i nor lihster. :unl vet it it neitetrcitiii'
ami powerful to reach any deep seated pain
or to rejiniveauy bonj growth or any other
cnhircmeiit. if used lor several days, such
I as IKIVIS. M,iints curlw. caHous, sprains,
! swellings, any lamcm-ssaiidaUenlargeiiients
1 of tlH- iomts orlimlH. or rheumatism m man
SRAVIN C UBgf (I
aim ior auj purMseiorwuK-ii a nnimem is
used for man or beast. It is now known to
be the best liniment for man ever used, act
ing mild and jet certain in its effects. It is
used full strength with ierfect sjifetyatall
seiLsons of the year.
Send address for illustrated circular, which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues.
No remedy lias ever met with such HHUnli
Iled success, to our knowledge, for beast as
well as man
l'rice Si per bottle, or six bottles for 55.
ALL DKnilllSTS have it or can get It for
you, or It will be sent to any address on're
eelpt of price b the proprietors.
DR. 15. J. KENDALL & CO..
flnoshurgh Falls, Vemiour.
San Francisco, California.
H0DQE, DAVIS 1- CO., Agents,