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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1881)
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ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
B. C. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor,
Axttn-ian fiuildiin, Caxs trett.
Terms of Subscriptien: J getting two miles. Uur inlorm-
aervod by Carrier, per reefc .-SCcnu j and. Capt. A. D. Wass, states that
Sent by mail. uur months ; the vu-ssel got into the very worst
Sent by mail, cms year. 8 aCe possible. f f i-he had Struck
Free of Pouuce to xubferibers. ... ., ., i . j
I iinlf a mile to the southard a land-
a-Adverttfemomsuiertlbythyeraiji"g miht liftve been made upon
the rate of 31 3u per square por montk. 'a SHIldy Iwinch, or half a rnile to
Transient adverting, by the day r week, j ttc north, upon a cobbk beach.
fifty cents per square for each iwortien. 'Two of lilt bodies wir not re-
I si..ii. .&is. mrtki lutn flf curf it fill
Til. M'n-Llv Ullil-iMIl
Is a mammoth sheet. .exactly double
the size of iw Daily. It is just the iu -
per for Hie fireVith', conUlHint? in alji -
lion to all the currfiit fws, clioh'e nih-
cellauy, agricultural matter, market re-
ports, etc. lli,tuniMK'dtoMnKleM.h-,b(M;n
serlbers atS2 (X) per year in advance.
.STAiiinitcdiiumocrof Mimll aduT-
tiseiucnts inserted .a 1-Mauiis.uuu rnics. j
thr daily a-toi:ian wM fcc mu bu .
matt atlSccutu a mfjnth. free of pontage. Head-',
er ir?w eonteimjlatcaln'Ciiceroin Uie city can J
have Tiik astouian jtMouj Uittn, Daily i
or Wkkkly rdttionx to ani jnt-pct. with
out additional crpeme. Addresrca maybe
enanacd a often as dorircd. Leave order at
the eounilna rwm.
The Aberlemo is outaide. with a
pilot on board.
The outward bound rioet all put
to sea yesterday.
Still no dispatches. Lint; is yet
down iu southern Orajjon.
The Orugouiaus item about the
dog from the Lupata is
of the wreck."
Jud. Boyakiu, of the Idaho Dom
ocrat. has been elected public printer
for the territory.
The upper Columbia river in n a
boom. The railway track hits been
damaged, Des Chutes bridge gone, etc I
Buildings f buck will be put up
at Astoria this year. The first ones,
to be the beginning of a new era, dat
ing from 1881.
The Preach bark l'ruduiil, from
San Francisco arrived yesterday, aho
the British bark Ceraster, in ballast
from Buenos Ayres.
Mrs. Capt. Goo. Plavel, and
daughter, Miss Katie, were passengers
by outgoing .steamer yesterday, for a
winter sojourn in California.
Mr. Alexander Campbell, an Ore
gon pioneer, and withnll one of the
popular ones, too; has established him
self in business it Astoria iu the stand
recently occupied by Mr. Peter Wil
helm. The Astorian said a dozen or
more river steamers can lay iu the
basin after the proposed Uregon Rail
way and Navigation dock improve
ments are made at 'Astoria, brothers
of the Oregouian.
- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Thonies surprised them completely
last evening by calling en masse at
their new home in upper Astoria. The
party was all the more enjoyable fur
being so perfectly planned.
The ilood in the lllamet is get
ting to be a very serious matter. The
Oregouian informs us that numerous
bridges have been carried away; that
the water only lacked six inches of
reaching the G2 mark at Harrisburg;
that all trains on the east-side railway
are stopped. The water at Corvalhs
is higher now than it has been for
fifteen years. Tributary streams were
falling, however, and it is hoped that
the worst has happened.
The house of Mrs. Capt. Ferchen,
although one of the largest in the city,
was literally jammed with the most
pleasant and sociable of Astorias good
folk, Thursday evening, on the occa
sion of the regular Episcopal sociable,
given by Mrs. C. H. Bain. The
weather in the early part of the even
ing was so clear, cool and inviting
that there was no excuse for nonat
tendants. These sociables are a lead
ing feature of the gay season at As
toria this w inter, and are highly en
joyed by all who attend.
One of the pilots of Victoria, says
the Colonist, has invented a flying
machine. Lately he took it down to
cape Flattery and tettod its capa;
bilities. A heavy weight was attached
and rose like a bird in the air. Xext
a pig was tried and he squirmed
through the atmosphere like an en
chanted horse floating on pinions. Au
Indian was next fitted with the ap
fratus and he 6oare"d several hundred
feet nearer the blue ethereal than he
will probably again get, living or dead.
All the experiments were satisfactory
and the inventor claims that he will
be able to direct the movemeut of the
machine in the currents of air as easily
as he now pilots a vessel in and out of
The Unfortunate Men
Ten of the unfortunate men off
the Lupata were buried by a party
from the Sea-side on Wednesday.
jt was a Work of mercy performed
under the most trying circum
j stances. The party consisted of
j Messrs. Win. Ilobson of this city,
two Messrs. Ebermaii, Messrs.
I Austin, Morrison, Clayton and
j Stanley. They were six hours in
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i could not be regained, and ono
. t entjrely fro,,, Sl,ht. Those
1 , . . J j i i : ,i
1 vhioh were recovered and buried
showed that their garments had
i .. ,...,. frnm tho hnrli; liv tli
torn trom the DoUies ..3 the
action of the waves, wristbands re
n,ainine- Uon some, and shirts
uiMJii other. e are c
lion otner. t e are 01 opinion
now that the theory of the master
of the Dovenb respecting their
late is nearer tne correct idea 01
this sad and most unfortunate cir-
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The Lupata "s Master.
Two years ago the Lupata was
under the command of Capt. Irven
while at this port. Since that time
Capt. Irven lias been given some
other ship and may be on his way
to this city, as Mrs. Capt. G. W.
Woods, of Astoria, bus received
letters from his wife, saying she
and her husband would again be
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. . . ,
onjju jivi:ii iiul imm iiiu umiMt-i
of the Lupata is indisputable, a'
letters are now at the oflice of the
British Vice-consul iu tnis city
addressed to Captain Benjamin
Haven, ship Lupata, and also a
letter has been received by Vice-
consul Laid law, from the brother of
Capt. lla veu. who lives at Taroina,
asking for particulars of the loss of
the wssI as her captain, Benja
min Kaven, was his brother. Jn
addition to this the manager of
Balfour, Gurthrie & Co. in this
city, to whom the Lupata was con
signed, has a letter post-marked
London, England, evidently from
the owner of the ship addressed to
Cupt. If avtn, ship Lupata, Messrs.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co., Portland,
Oregon. This would seem to set
tle beyond dispute that Captain
Raven was master of the Lupata
at the time of her being dashed to
pieces, and the iiany friends of
Captain Irven at Astoria, and in
this city, can rest assured that he
has escaped the fearful death that
has overtaken those on board the
vessel of which he was formerly
Following is a list of passengers
sailed from this port for San Francisco
by steamer yesterday:
Mr.s Geo Flavel
J V Kitton
E V Williams
G V Lnii!
V G Lung
U II Loid
(J V i'libou &ch
1' J! Buchanan
II M Green
Henry It Levy
Miss Katie Fluvel
J V Cowan
V I) Ladil
W C Wet more
J It Cameron
Mis M Johnson
J W Aekeson & wf
L IJ Harris A: wife
F M Stearns
15 A Forsythe
C A Summers & wf
It Hfiirv & family
C E Wonlen
A F Smith
J J Green &. wife
X J Itice
A W Meckling
Gen II J I McGill.
A Pleasant Party.
A correspondent writing from Bear
creek, near Knappa, under date of the
7th says: "Our new neighborhood, only
twenty-eight months old, which has
built them a road, and made various
other improvements, in the way of
building houses, clearing ground to
build theiu farms, etc, had a very
pleasant party at the house of Mr.
Riddle last night, with a turnout f
over thirty persons, all told. We had
a good supper, fine music, and very
good dancing until daylight. Every
body was woll pleased, nobody drunk,
nor fights. 2?ow what we want most
is the railroad lauds thrown open to
the market, as they are all surveyed
and we have plenty of land for quite
a number of settlers yet.
Buy The Weekly Astohian in
post-paid wrapper for ton cents, and
send it to some friond iu the east. It
is bettor than a letter.
Canneryinen would gam much by
leaving us their orders for incidental
printing now.to be done leisurely dur
ing the winter months saving time
and money, and avoiding thensks of
a spring rush of work.
Tnn Astokiak job pressos will
fit you out with your winter supplies
of letter- huads, bill -heads, cards,
envelopes, etc., etc., at astonishingly
low rates, and in exquisite style. Call
and see samples of work done for
AROUND THE CITY.
A full assortment of counter and
Kim-era sta.i", can oe iouiiu at m. v.
Crosby s. at bottom prices.
. i- ,.- r j -r ,
" P. J. Goodman, on Main street, has
just received the latent and most fash-
louauie styie 01 gent aim lames ooois,
hoe. etc. t
For a first-class oyster stew, frv,
pan-roast or fancy roa-jt, go to itnscoe s, ,
n 3Iain street, opposite X. Loch's. 1
r ammo summiti uv me iiunonti ir im
sack. oened or in the shell.
Mr. .J. Stewart, toiie and marble i
cutter of Astoria will guarantee satit.-j builders generally, will findl & splen
ractiori tii all ordering ork of him, and ci;a articic f oak timber foAboats,
will do a better job f.r les money than t v i ,. . :,...'
any outmde workntmi. His work in the
cemeterj here should lH'Siillicient reCQin
meiiUHiioii. iH'lore you let your con
tract for work of thL kind it 'would be
well to call uoii Mr. Stmvart.
In something written we have an
indistinct recollection of Imving made
ruferenee to a geiionil disposition
among buys m their teens, as well as
boys of maturer year.-?, to enlighten
and bless the world with their pro
found knowledge of the horse and his
history. Our books and newspapers
are full of this kind of literature, and
it varies in style from the production
of the child at school, commencing
with: The horse has four legs and a
tail; up to the eloquent tribute of the
scholar when he quotes from Jeb: That
his neck is clothed with thunder and
the glory of his nostrils is terrible.
He smelleth the battle afar off, the
thunder of the captains and the
shouting. Between these two ex
tremes of the child at his first school
composition, ixn. the professional
literature, we have every grade of pre
tention, and each professing to have
mastered the whole .subject. As we
approach the close of this nineteenth
century, we begin t look for some
thing better iu this department of
knowledge from those who assume to
instruct " And it is to be found in
Kendalls Treatise on the horse, sent
by mail to any persu for twenty-five
cents, postage paid. Apply to The
AstokiaX ollice, or address D. C. Ire
land, Astoria. Oregon.
Geo. Hill, proprietor. Fred Gere, man
ayer. To-night. lirt appearance of Mis
Mattie Morison. ImllndiM. late of San
Franrieo. A new lir-i iwrt with Xick
erMm and Markcy the funny mokes.
Gere, interlocutor. new plsy entitled
-The Victim.' Iiv Nickerm" Markey
and Gere. A brilliant olio of gems. Mr.
Xiukerson in hi etlieopiau eccentrici
ties. Miss M orison iu ballads, Mr.Marke
iu Irishism.-. Mr. Gere the bad Dutch
man. James M or ice iu ballads. Mr. Deau
in songb. Mr. Ostrander iu his violin
solo, and Mr. Kichard I.rece with his
drum sole: and not to be forgotten Mr.
Chas. Barnes iu his excellent "uitar
sj1o. Xew 'orchestral selections aud
new music on the "rand tand under
the leadcrhip of Mr. George Lambert
at o:ju r. a. uie entertuinmeut will
begin at 7 30 p. m. Entnuiceon iientou
treet. Private Ixixes on Chenauius.
Foster has just received an electric
cigar lighter. Call in aud see it.
I strongly recommend the use of
Fellow's Compound Syrup of Hypo
phosphites to all who suffer in any way
from disease of weakness of the Lungs,
Bronchial Tubes, or general debility.
J. H. W. Scott, M.D., Gagetown, N.B.
Dresses cut, fit and made to
order, by Mrs. Denny Curran, Cass
street, near the Congregational church,
in Mr. Thomas Logan's house, Astoria.
Frank Faber has removed in
to Dr. Kinsey's building on Water
street. On the road to the steamer
dock from down town, before break
fast, it will now be handy to drop in
and get a cup of coffee.
Magnus C. Crosby has a first-class
workman, and is prepared to do all
kinds of jobbing in tin, sheet iron and
copper, plumbing aud steam fitting.
Full satisfaction guaranteed or money
The reading room of the Astoria
Young Mens Christian Association is
now kept warm and lighted evenings
and the latest newspapers and periodi
cals on file, free to everyone who wish
to come and rend.
Warrantee deedB at
During the absence of Mr. Carl
Adler from the city, Mr. Chas. Moffett
will have the entire management of
his business, and he will commence at
nce by reducing prices of everything
suitable to dull times. Lrerybody
can be assured of being treated well,
and furthermore will find out by care
ful examination of goods and prices
that Adlers store is the place to do
your buying. You can always find
what you ask for in large variety.
Bath tubs, wator closets, sinks
aud hot water apparatus, furnished
hotels and nrivate residences, at lowest
rates and shortest notice, by Magnus
C. Crosby, at the little tin shop "round
- John Rogera has just received at
the Central market a large invoice of
coal oil, assorteds brand, and for sale
at reduced rates. He also keeps a
general assortment of groceries, liq
uors. tobacco, cigars, fruits and vege
tables of bast quality, which he offers
at small profit tor cash.
J. W. Gearhart has some A No. 1
apples, and a general assortment of
Mr. Win.. L-xb is agent at Asto
ria for the Gertuania Life Insurance
company of New York. This is one
of the soundest companies doing busi
ness in the United States. Its total
assets, all equal to cash, amount to
A nice lot of eastorn oysters at
Roscoes, arrived yesterday by steamer
Columbia. Call around. You will find
them first class.
Geo. Y. Hume keens constantlv on
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hand and to arnTe a fnU linA pf &.
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I ormAiio nTiil MnnflTO anrinlintt nt. tiiipa
i-1. ir i::. d.:IL-.i.
.eu ue.y uip.w..... uv-
"o "- .. ni(.uuiiiu
run mess houses should inspect voods
'and ebtain large discouivtirom regular
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prices by calling uponBCinVfc llo.,
sash, blind and door flict.ry, on As-
Arrived at Lust.
That cargo of dry fir wood is now to
be found at Grays wood yard. Send
in your orders early so that yon will
get some of the wood you have been
China, wax, and indistructible ware,
at the City Book Store, at the lowest
possible prices. Call and secure one
for thej muit be sold.
Wool. Hides and Furs.
Fanners and others will find it great
ly to their advantage to call on the
undersigned before selling their wool,
hides and furs, as he is now prepared
to either buy or sell on commission
anything in the above line that may
be offered, paying the highest cash
price. Freights and charges advance.
Syphon jStuily Lamp.
Hon. I. W. Case, of Astoria, in
placing the new Syphon study lamp
on the market, would cail the atten
tmtiou of the trade to some of its
merits. Its illuminating qualities are
not equalled by any study lamp in use.
It gives a steady, brilliant light; is
free f iMiu unpleasant odoralocs not drip
either when burning or not burning;
easily lighted jind trimmed, and is
without exception, the most conveni
ent lamp to fill ever made. Directions
accompanying each lamp. Call upon
Mr. Case and buy one. He sells them
at remarkable low rates.
.TlallelK. (JafTauii Copper Hamlin.
Csuiueryineiis work will be done in
?(mh1 style by IJenry (Jallou, Astoria,
Oregon. If you will give him your
ordors now he can be doing the work
in dull times, miking it advantageous
to all pa-ties.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship doek is now open for the recep
tion of guests, where the Hell known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found ready to wait on his patrons.
He has had the above named house
thoroughly refitted by Messrs. Pike
and Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see him. as he has the finest
brands of liquors aud cigars to be had
in the city.
Adler is Beiling school books very
Fresh smelt, first of the season at
Warren & Eatons.
For the best Beer in Astoria,
call for the Columbia lircictnj Beer
acknowledged to be superior to nil
If you want a good big oyster
stew iu style, call around to Tom
Smiths, next door to P. H. Fox, Main
street Astoria, Oregon. Open at all
Since the Chinese started to brew
"cheap San Francisco beer" there is
little or no demand for that article
any more. Call for the Columbia
brewery beer, if you want -something
Fresh leaf lard at Warren and
P. Wilhelui, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
Save money by buying your school
books at Adlers.
When you want a dish of nice
Eastern Oysters done up a la mode, or
a good steak, or a fragrant cup of
coffee, call at Frank Fabres on the
roadway, and lie will accommodate
you. Open at all hours.
All ye who want hay of the best
kind, No. 1, find it at Grays wharf.
How to invest a dollar and make
five: Buy a bottle of Kendall's Spa
vin cure. See the advertisement.
Mr. John Itogers, of the Ceutral
Market, has made arrangements to
keep all the finest fresh fish, etc, in
Mai. Wagner's San Francisco
National brewery beer can't be beat.
The new improved Franconia
range, kept by Magnus C. Crosby,
stands at the top of the market.
Handsome wedding presents at
the City Book store.
Gray's wood yard r now fitted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wood to any
part of the city sawed to any length;
and full measure.
McCormick's almanacs for 1S81.
At the City Book Store. Charles
Stevens & Son, opposite the Bell-tower.
Kelley's Island, Oluo, March 28,
1830. I have used your Kendall's
Spavin cure on a bone spavin and am
pleased to report that it has taken the
enlargement completely off. It took
only one bottle to perform the cure.
I am confident if it is properly used it
will do all you claim for it. Yours
truly, C. M. Lincoln.
Tin Plate, Pis Tin, Etc
I X L STORE ! !
NEW WINTER GOODS ! !
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Clothing for Men, Youths and Boys, Overcoats and Ulsters, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, and Fancy Goods.
Ladies and 3Iiscs Underwear. IXosivrj. Dress (iiund.s, Cassimeres
IVaterpniols, Flannels, Canton Flannel-.. T.incn Damask.
?fnplius. Doylies. Crashes. Towels. Felt Skirts,
Trunks. Valises. IVotious. and an
Elegant Stock of Zephyrs and Fancy Yarn,
In fact the Iarssl ami bet stock in town ami at the lowest prices.
tX"Call (Hi me lii'fore iureh;i5lnjr if vuu wih toave money.
C. H. COOPER,
IXI. Store. Main Street, near Parkur House, Astoria.
FURNITURE 25 BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every bnmeli.
A VINO EVERY FACILITY FOK HE
ticlc. I am now prepared to furntx too
AT 3tt TEXTS 1KK GALLON
rSTatnilies and koopers of public hoojes
M. MKYEIt. Proprietor
C. I .Kl X KN W KHKK.
Leinenweber & Co.J
TAMERS AM CURRIERS,
Manufacturers and Importers of
A l.L KINDS OK
AVhoIe-cile Dealer in
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
OB-Higlicst cash price paid for Hides and
MAGNUS C. CROSBY.
Stoves, Tinware, and
House Furnishing Coods.
Hardware, Brass Goods,
Lead and Iron Pipe, Pipe Fittings,
Engineers Supplies, Sheet Lead. Iron
Copper. Brass, and Zinc.
Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BEIIGMAX (C BEItJiY
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tion of tho public to the fact that the
above 3iarkct will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY- BEST QUALITY
FRESH ANDCURED MEATS 1
Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retaiL Special attention given to supplj
I. W. OASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA ... OREGON,
CAHll SIZK 11IOTO.HAPI1S,
50 Per Dozen.
CABINET SIZE PHOTOKRAPIIM
S4 OO Pr Dozen.
reSiwial rates for familic.
MRS. V. W. ILI.SLEY, - 31 A IX STREET.
la MaeBc building, next doortoMry.Derby'.i
Is now prepared to do
FIRST CLASS DRESS MAKING
PLAIN SEWING OF ALL KINDS.
Indies of Astoria are reti-ectfiilly solicited
for a .share of their atronair.
T. S. JKWETT.
B. -S. KIMBALl.
Draying & Trucking.
ASTORIA TRUCK A DRAY CO.
Squemocqhtt St., between Cas? and Main,
Contracts for jsrayln? made and satLsfaet'ioB
guaranteed Orders left at the Occident Ho
tel or receir -""ci br mail promptly filled
JE WETT & KIM RA T.I..
.MANUFACTURE OF A flKST CLASS AR-
jmbhcwith the finest "tunlity. for cash.
BOTTLED BEER, '
AX S 50 I'ER ly.i:.
promiitly and regularly supplied.
i SPAVIN CUREf m
The 3IONt.Nurre.MMfi.il Itemedj'eTer
dLtcoereit,as it is ct-rtain Iu Its effects and
does not bli.iter. Read proof below from
JIEV. I X. GliAXGER,
l'residins Elder of the St. Alba s District.
St. AI.KANS. Vt .Jan. 20. 1S0.
I)i:. II. .1. KkM'AM. & Co., Gents : In re
ply to your letter 1 will .say that im experi
ence wilh Kendall's .Spavin Cure has been
very sitisfactory Indeed. Three or four
) ears ago I procured a bottle of oor agent,
and with it, cured n horse of lameness eaused
by a spawn. I-tst .season nij horse became
very lame and I turned him out for a few
weeks when he became better, but when I
Suthimoii the road he grew wore, when I
Lscovered that a ring-bone was forming. I
procured a hoi tie of Kendall's Spavin Cure
and with less than a bottle cured so that he is
not lanie.liPither can Uie bunch be found.
Ilespectlully yours. r. N. IiBasukk
rerscverancc Will Tell!
Stou'chto.v. 3fa.ss..3Iarrh lb', lSo.
1J..I. IvKMiam. Co.. Cents: In justice
to you and myself, I think I ouplit to let you
know that I have removed two wink spa
vins with "IveudallVSna-tiii Cure." one verv
large one : don't Know how long the spavin
had been Iheie. I liaeownedthelHjrseeight
months. It took mi four mouths to take the
large one off. and two for the Mimlt one. I
have used lo bottles. The horse isentirelv
well, not at all stiff, aud no bunch to be seeii
or felt. Tills is a wonderful medicine. It is
anew thing here, but if it do.-s for all wimt
it has done for me its .sale w ill be very great.
l'espectfiill yours. Chas. K. Pahkhk.
Kendalls Spavin. Cure.
IJKI'I i:i.ir s Cit . eb.? 3Ich :;i, 180.
Dk. 15. .1. Kkmiai i. & Co.. Sir- : I tried
your Kendall's Spavin Cm e and it had the
desired elteet. It cured th- spuviu widen
ot'MTtrcsitments failed to do. 1 did not use
ipiit one bottle of jour liniment. After the
siaiuwas removed I drove the horse and
his mate or.-.0o miles, from Linn Countv.
Iowa, to IJarini County. Nebraska, with'a
toad of about '-'.oOO pounds, and made the
trip iu four weeks. Please send me your
Treatise on the Horse ; Price 2" cents.
Jtespeetfully ours. Jajiks Ykixenic
Statement Made Under Oath.
To Whom it mav Concku v. In the ear
1873 I treated will Kendall's Spavin Cure, a
bone spnv iu of several mouths growth, nearl v
h:Ul as large as a hen's egg. aud completely
.stopped the lamem-NS and removed the en
largement. I have worked the horse ever
since very hard, and he never has been lame
nor could I ever see any difference In the
size of the hock Joints .since I treated him
with Kendall's Spavin Cure I J. A. (Luxes.
Enosburg Falls. Vt.. Feb. S3. 18T!
Sworn and subscribed to before me this
23th day or Feb.. . n. isry.
John (;..lKNNK..Iustice or the Peace.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
OX JIU3IA.V FLKSII.
Pattkn's 3IU.LS. Wasinngton Co.. N.Y.,
February" 21. 1"".
It. J Kknuai.u 31. !.: Uear Sir : The
particular ease on winch I used your "Spavin
Cure" was a malignant ankle sprain of .six
teen mouths standing. I had tried manv
thhgs-. but iu vain. Your "Soavin Cure''
put the foot to tin ground again, and. for the
first time since hurt, in a natural jxMtion.
For a family liniment it excels aiiytlung we
ever used. Yours truly.
Pastor 31. ICChnn-ii. Patten's 3HUs.N. Y
KENDALL'S SPAVSH CURE
Is sure in its effects, mild in its action as it
does not blister, and yet it is penetrating
andiHiweriul to reach any deep seated pain
or to remove any bonv grontli or any other
enlargement, if Used lor several days-, such
as spavins, splints, enrlvs. eilhHi, "sjiralns,
swellings, any lameness and all enlargements
of the jHiits or limbs, or riieumat win m mmi
and for any puriHse Tor whwh a liniment is
used for man or beast. It is now known to
be the lest liniment for man ever used, act
ing mikl and yet certain iu its effects. It is
used full strength with perfect safety at all
seasons of the year.
Semi address for illustrated circular, whiah
we think gives tosUive proof-of Ms virtues.
No remedy has ever met with seh HHO,nnri
tied success, to our knowledge, for IteiLst as
well as man.
Price 31 per bottle, or six bottles for SS.
ALL DKlUiftlSTS have It or can get it for
you, or it will be sent to any address on re
ceipt of price bv the proprietors.
Dtt. B. J. KENDALL & CO..
Knrisburgh Falls, Verniout.
CJLVNE & BUIGILUI. Agents.
San Francisco, California.
ItODGE, DAVIS k CO., Airentj,
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