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JOHN T. LIOHTKR, Editor.
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scribers the largcet circulation of any
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Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorian. the second old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has.
next to the Portland Oresronlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley & Co. are our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorian
can be had every morning at their
stand. 124 Third street.
The "Astartaa" krbjr ofTera to donate
OXB HUNDRED DOLLARS te St. Mary's
HoepllaJ. payable mm eaaa to Father
Maui ikMwnr legal vldeae Is pre
ahswlag that u; arUraowa ewe
tfr pabllekeel la Astoria kas srlato4
wltala the laat alaety days explrtac bo-
far tale offer a elasU "epawslal" or
ther klad of telecrapkle oroos report,'
raaolvod oror tlio wire oatorlng either
of Ike tolograpk oeee la Astoria, froa
aUe solat oatatdo of Orogoa
Astoria, Or Oetobor IS. 18M,
If tt la true, aa baa been stated by
eorresponJenta, that salmon, oysters
aod watcroreso grow so proUfloally In
New Zealand that the authorities have
found It necessary to levy a special
tax for the purpose of killing oft the
watercress, the Columbia river may
cooti find a formidable rival In the sal'
moo-packing business In New Zealand.
Should It prove to be true that the
Dutch bondholders of the O. R. N.
Co., together with the Uniion Pacific,
are arranging to purchase a control
Wig Interest la that company, it is dif
ficult to tell Just where the control of
the road mill finally land. Looking at
Che matter from the Interest of the
BtsAe of Oregon, the concensus of opln
, ion would eeem to Indicate that the
state's good will best be conserved by
the retention of the management of the
property la . present hands and local
control. Every business man in the
tale will watch the outcome with great
The senseless celebration of China
new year In this and other coast cit'e
can have no possible defense. That
night should be made hideous and re
spectable citisen disturbed in their
rest by the midnight orgies of the su
perstitious, almond-eyed, pig-tailed
heathen la contrary to all reason. That
the small boy should be permitted to
make this celebration an excuse for
a second or third fourth of July, Is
a still further outrage. The laws pro
vide for such disturbances of the peace,
and in Sao Francisco and Portland
specific laws have been passed doing
away with this nuUance. With all
due reject to tiie religious beliefs of
the resident Chinese, It is difficult to un
derstand why Americans should be an
noyed day and night for a week or two
at a time by a fusillade of bombs ard
firecrackers, designed only to drive
away an imaginary devil.
A LESSON FFOM NEW JERSET.
One of the most encouraging state
ments In the report Just published of
the New Jersey road commissioner re
lates to the educational effect which
the good roads constructed In that state
have had on "the community In general
ays the New York Tribune.
versilly known that New Jersey
been one of the pioneers in road Im
provement. Six years ago an Intelli
gent system was adopted, and It has
since been carried on with remarkable j
success. Some 300 miles of fine roals
have ben built, at a cost jt nearly
$1,500,000, the state paying one third.
And now Commissioner Budd reports
that the fear of increased taxation hith
erto entertained by the farmers Is rap
idly giving way to an Inter desire
that they dhall obtain good roads soon
er than the appropriation now made
will permit. The commissioner favors
Increasing ithe appropriation t. 3ti!,,000,
which, would mean an annual expendi
ture of $1,000,009 for improved roads.
As a matter of fact the petitions of
some communities anxious to gel the
benefit of a snare of th tMe money
have been on file for yearn, and the
people interested are naturally grow
Thr-e ar3 healthy symptoms. The ex
perience l.i New Jersey Is a duplicate
of that In Massachusetts, where la?t
year not more than 15 per ccTit of the
petitions received could be acted on for
lack of money. Who can doubt that
the same thing will be seen In this
state as soon as a plan of state aid In
the construction of roads Is alopted
and put In practice? It may take a
little time fir the leaven to work, but
the ultimate results are cot In doubt.
People In Bhe rural communities must
soon have their eyes opened, and see
plainly that good roads are one of the
things they cannot afford not to have.
The state can wisely adopt a liberal
policy, and should use all the means
In Its power to start and stimulate here
a movement like those which have been
eo productive of good elsewhere. A
beginning cannot be made too prompt
ly. When Oregon commence the system
atic building of roads and .makes it
possible for her rural districts to secure
easy and quick communication with
.he principal towns .md county seats,
then, and not until then, will her waste
lands be developed to their .capacity
and population brought in. content to
remain with their surroundings.
THE NICARAGUA CANAL AM THE
With the appearance of the llodrlnrjei
letter the Nicaragua canal scheme as
at present prupuev.l undoubtedly re
ceived Its duletut And tt was a goon
thing for the United State that th
matter has thus turned out. This gov.
trnmmt wants no alliance with a com
pany thmt after ten year has not been
able to perform any of tt pledges to
the country from which It obtained
the cairn I conoeesnwn. In fact. It Is very
apparent that the chlci object In view
of the promoters of the company was
to build up private fortunes t the ex
pense of the United Stntes, after the
fa.M(n of the Union FucMe and CiedU
One or two experiences of that kind
ought t be enough, but Inaaiuucii as
the o.nol scheme Is now likely to t.vke
the direction f s govei anient project
ttltotrrthw. perhaps It might he well to
Inquire where tmu would Und us.
There is a document on our statute
hooks known as the Clayton-Bulwsr
treaty, which date back to the year
1S49. when Zachary Taylor was presl
dent and John JI. Clayton secretary of
stat. The Nicaragua canal project was
a new thing In those days, but It was
a thing proposed. J1 " suffldont
Importance to be mentioned in a treaty.
It was accordingly pro-Vled that Great
Britain and the United States should
have Joint o.iprviion and control over
any future Nicaragua canal.
The truth la that in those days It was
supposed that if the canal was ever
built Englls money would have to
build rt. and our government was Quite
willing In such supposed circumstances
to agree to a Joint control with Ureat
Since than on several occasions, our
secretaries have contended that this
treaty 'has been abrogated, but no Brit
ish government ha ever yielded tne
point To them It is will In force, and
by it term they can demand Joint
control with the United States, no mat
tor by wthoee money H is built.
Ought iwe not to find out where we
stand In respect to the Clayton-Bulwer
treaty before undertaking this canal?
If there as to le Joint control there
should also be Joint expenditure In
building the canal.
THE CLAYTON-BULWER TREATY.
New York Tribune.
Now that the marplot Clayton-Bulwer
treaty is up again for official considera
tion, how would this disposition of it
suit patriotic Americans?
"Every part of the treaty which for
"blds the United State fortifying the
fNk-aragua) canal and holding the po
"Uttcal control of it ta conjunction with
"the country in which It Is located to
"Every part of the treaty in which
"Great Britain and the United State
"agree to make no acquisition of ter
'rUory in Central America to remain
"to full force."
That proposition we made by James
G. Blame, secretary of etate of the
United State, on November 19, 18S1.
But. it is objected. Mr. Blaine was
wicked Jingo? Very well. Here is an
"The Clayton-Bulwer treaty was
'voidable at the option of the United1
'State. This has been demonstrated
"fully on two grounds: First, that the
"consideration of the treaty having
"failed, its object never having been
"accomplished, the United States did
not receive that for which they cove
nanted; and, second, that Great Brlt-
"ain has persistently violated her
"argeement not to colon! le the Central
That was what John T. Frelinghuy-
sen, secretary of state of the I nlted
States, said on July 19, 184, whom down
to the present moment no one has
dreamed of calling a Jingo.
THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE.
Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Beavers
ville. 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
It Is unl- with La Grippe and tried all the physl
rsey has clans for miles about, but of no avail.
and was given up and told I could
not live. Having Dr. King's New Dis
covery In my store I sent for a bottle
and began its us?, and from the first '
dose began to get better, and after
using thre bottles was up and about
again. It Is worth Its weight In gold.
We won't keep store or house with'wt
It." Get a free trial bottle at Chas.
Rogers' drug store.
Rev. benjamin T. Trego, graduate of
Na.shrta Seminary, Wisconsin rector at
St. John's Episcopal church at Satflnaw,
Mich., and a high churchman, has sent
in his resignation to take effect March
1st. He will go up'in nhf stage In
BUCKLE a RN!CA SALVE.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos
itive cure for piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charles
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
The death of a. young woman by
malpractice and the siflelde of her lov
er, an officer, to escape his disgrace,
led Jules Lemattre, academician, play
wright and critic, opposed to Zola and
his school, to make a defense of such
Four oat of live who
mental won?, attacks
of " the blues." ore lint
paring tbs penalty of
early excesses. Vic
tims, reclaim your
manhood, regain your
rigor. Don't despair. Send for book with
explanation and prwfs, Hailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
FREE TO EVERY MAN
THE METHODS OF A ukcai
TREATMENT FOR WKAKNKSS
Which Cured Him .-iter Everything
Painful disease are bad enough, but 1
when a man is siowiy nwum
with nervous weakness, the mental
forebodings we ten times worse than
the most severe pain. There Is no let
up to the mental suffering day or night.
Sleep Is almost Impossible, and under
such a strain men are scarcely respon
sihie for what they do. For years the.
.n.r niii.sl and tossed on the troubled !
. i i. ... . i
so or sexual wean new uu,.i . -
,., hfi.l tint Itetter '
i.-. b ,t,ia of toln and thus end all
his troubles. Rut providential Insplra- j
tlon came to his aid In the shape of a :
completely re. th. gen J h J; vI1(lW lv,lor 0 Mlnu. ClHKh CuP,
but enlarged his weak, emaciated. iarts i
outturn j. ..,! the greatest success In medical science.
t. iiAturitl slxe and vigxr, and he now m
to natural sue u ..u.lll told us that It cured his whole
declares ht any man who will take, ..,, . , ., ,
the trouble to sonj his name and ad-! f"" of "rrtble lds. af-
.,h.xl ,f this won. wcalUM euros had failed
us.n.j .... -
.t..i-fiil treatment free. Now when
... i .h.lulelv without tOSt
" . J.v.i n,.
get the benet.t of my experience.
I am not a philanthropist, nor do I
pose as an enthusiast, but there are
thousands of men suffering the mental j
ortu of weakened manhood who"- ,lh faJ
- ..,.. i.. .r neo could thev but ; xv" n,,t rwii'hlng thl .tnin-
w . iv .. th. one that
cured me. Do not try to study out how j
I can afford to pay the few postage
stamps necessary to mall th Informa-
..... t.... t. Il .na learn that
f. thln on earth that al-
though they cost nothing to get they
are worth a fortune to om men and
iif.Hm- nf hitnnlneM to most
of ua Write to Thomas Slater. Box SSS,
Kalamasoo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed In s plain, sealed en
velope. An auditor In a Japanese theatre Is
allowed for a small fee to stand up.
and the unfortunate Individual behind
him has no right to remonstrate or to j
rise and get a peep at the Mage. He
may hear, but he cannot see.
SMILES IRRADIATE THE lXU-NTE-
When those atrocious bixlily troubles.
chills and fever, dyspepsia, kidney or;
rheumatic disorders, yMd. as they in. '
variably do, to the benign action of
Hosteler's Stomach Bitters, a remedy
of comprehensive use. pure in comple
tion, unobjectionable to a delicate pal
ate, and thorough In effects. Sick head,
ache, loss of appetite, flesh and sleep,
nausea, heartburn, are among the phy
sical annoyance obviated by th Bit-
ters. They are In the nature of signals
of distress displayed by a dlsorderd ,
stomach, liver anal bowels, and disap
pear with the cause that produced
them. But these signals should be
heeded at once. Then th woe begone
look of chronic 111 health will speedily
disappear, and vigor and comfort re
store a cheerful aspect to the face. That
faithful Index to the condition of the
system never fail to wear a look of
sunshine when the Bitters Is used to
dispel the cloud.
Major General Ruger, of the regular ;
army, will retire on age Inside of three
month The ranking brigadier general
Is John R. Brooke, a gallant Pennsyl-
v&nia soldier, who deserves and Is Is
to be hopl will receive promotion.
The pain that nometimes strike
man at the most Inopportune moment
in due to Indig-stlon. It rmy come
In tho midst of a dinner and make the
fast a mockery. It Is a reminder that
he may nut eat what he rhoones, nor
when he c h oos en. Hahtcevgbkqvbgk
when he chooses. He Is a slave to the
weakness of his stomach. A man's
health and strength depend upon what
he gets out of his food. This depends
on his digestion. Remove the obstruc
tion by taking Dr. P!-rce' I'P-asant
Pelt. They are a positive cure for
constipation and Its attendant ills
headache, sour stomach, flatulence.
dizziness, biliousness and "heartburn."
The "pellets" are very gentle In their
action. They simply aswlHt nature.
They give no violent wrench to the
system. They cause no pain, nor grip
ing. Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover
cost of mailing only, and receive free
a copy "f Or. Pierce's Medical Adviser.
Ad'lres, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. V.
The most tffectlve difarette truade
of the day is Ixlng carried on In Can
ten, Ohi wh-re a. number of school
girls retently forrnel a league, and
w-nt alKiut securing pledgisi from their
boy frien'lx not to smoke cigarettes.
CL'RE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Electric flitters has proved to be
the very bent. It affeots a permanent
cure and the most drealwl habitual
Hirk hefulMiihe vie!rt t. .Itu InHiifmolt
We urge all who are afflicted to procure 1 h "ra,nfe wtt" r"' v
a bottle anrt .rfve thl. ,..,iv ,!Mhail fruit alut the size of a com.
trial. In case, of habitual constlpa-
tlim Electric Bitters cures by giving
the n'-eded tone t the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this med
icine. Try It once. Fifty cents and 11.00
at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
In Canton, China, they name streets
after the virtues, as they are named
after persons. Thus there Is a street
railed l.nblemiHhed Rectitude, a Pure
r-ean street, a s'roet tit Uenevolenee
and another of Ive.
For Infants and Children,
m "f7; 'tCWV.
8uaevn It, Anthony began to make
apeenhiw for abolition a early a 1S5J.
Her sffort toward, in VtiiMwlpaUon
of women b-an onlv after the wwr ol
the lblllon.' When th. freedom of th
slaves had been secured.
Thors are some people who uever
wear dark rlMee. and yet they never
anything bright; It's the people fo
are dyapepUn and soured. K very thing
II out of Joint wltlij uch iwopleC "1
suffered many year with Dyspepsia
and' liver trouble but have lnen re
lieved by sine taking Simmons IJvr
Regulator. I know others who havs
Invit greatly beimlted by It use,"
James Nowliuid, Carrdlton, Mo,
A potltlon against the use of the
Kngland" ami "EnglWi" frr
Hrltaln" and "Utitlsh." Is Ix lng sign-
i, ln sc,d. In order to be prevented
next summer to her tuJctly us the
'ft'iiixitln of hope.'
;.,i - ..i.. m. - ..i ...i.i i,
; his children through a very had siege
"f measlea One Minute Cough Cure
toratlou ver,' easy and
M. Chas. Roger.. Druggist.
A new employment for pretty girls
lrT They are placed In shop windows
,h lrP l" ttrsvUng a,tlon.
Minutes Mm like nours when a life
-TOP Slv,' '
rnA tor doc,OJr- " "
i Mlnut. Cough Cure gives
.""rtanl -nd ,n"urM very. The
"" nanHieoa remwiy toot fnjuui-r.
result. Chas. Rogers,
Perhaps as fine an autograph album
a exka 1 the visitors' book at lis-
warden, wherein the name of Glad
atone' guests are recorded. It contain
entrios a far back a 160.
Constipation In its worst forms, dys
peps.a, sick headache, biliousness, and
'derangement of the liver art readily
'cured bv DeWltt'a Little Early Riser.
TneM mu neVtf
pill, safe pill, beet pill. Chas. Rogers.
M Bhe fnw VaIirtan ,.afMli
-nv-loa.es. r..m Ink. etc..
furnished to th guests fre: in
trot els of the same city guests have
to pay for thetn.
LOST A dear little child who made
home happy by Its smile. And to
think. It might have been saved had
the Darents only kent ln the house
!D Mlnut. CoUgh Crue. the Infallible
, v. n... ntwn rfru.
To 'have an Invention protected all
over the world it Is necessary to take
ut M Ipatenta in a many dirYervnt
count rie. the estimated cost of which
is about 11,500.
TO ft BE A COLII IN ONE DA V,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
Johanna Ajnbronlus was a few years
Btn a ja,r German peasant woman,
wj, had to work In the Melds with her
j niMband In order to krp soul and body
Switzerland, whidh has just elected a
new radical president, was the first
republic of record in Northern Europe.
It extoted In the first century before
Soothing for burns, scalds, chapped
hands and lips. Healing for cuts and
gores. Instant relief for piles, stops
pain at once. These are the virtues of
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Chas.
The speaker of foe house of common
receives a salary of Jliil.ooO a year, and
when he rotire he is rals! to the
(peerage wtth an annual pension of
The V. o. Gov t Reports
Show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
It Is said hat the Eskimo slphabet
has only five character's; that the lan
guage Itxelf to not very difficult; but
It is the only one the Eskimo ever
All the different forms of skin trou
bles, from chapped hands to eczema
and Indolent ulcers can be readily
cured by DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve,
the groat pile cure. Chas. Rogers,
"1'n tM- lt "lutlon Is due
j to -iw 01 columl"u
A torpid liver means a bad complex
Ion, bad breath, indigestion and fre
quent headache. To avoid such com
panlons take DeWltt's Little Early
miners, the famous little pills. Chas
j ,; '
I The erujtton, of Etna has entirely
.itroyed the chestnut woods on the
' mountain nx, the tree being de-
I vawtated by the lava.
Not one minute elapse between the
l taking of One Minute Cough Cure and
relief. Why shouldn't people take One
Minute Coueh Cure. They should.
They do. Chas. Sogers, druggist
WHEN m rOHTLAND-Call on Jno
9. Handley Co., 124 Third street, and
get th Dally Astorian. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while thers
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Pronounced lv Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Th objections urgd against Indlo la
In past b) th large number who
othrwls would have tn glad to taks
advantag of It bsnsflclal eilmats, baa
ben a lack of suits bis accommodation.
Th Boutharn Facltlo Company takes
pleasure In announcing that snrsrai
hav )ust bean srawtsd at Indlo station,
that wUl b rsntfd to applicants at r
sonaU rata. Thsy are furnlahsd with
modern eonvsnlansss, supplied with pur
artesian watar and so situated as to gtv
occupants all th advantsgas to b ds
livsd from a mors or less protract d
rssldenos la thl dallghtf ul allmats.
(From th Ban Franctsco Argonaut)
"In th hsart of tb. great dasert of ths
Colorado which ths Southern Paclflo
favsrses ther la an oasis called Indlo,
which. In our opinion. Is th sanitarium
of ths earth. Wi believe, from personal
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,
there Is no spot on this planet so favor
able." O. T. Btewart If. D., writes: "The
purity ot the air, and th sternal tun
shins, fill on with wondar and delight
. . . Nature has accompllahed so
much that there remains but little for
man to do. As to Its possibilities as a
health reoort here Is th moat perfect
sunshine, with temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soli, for rain Is
an unknown faotor; pure oxygen, dense
atmosphers and pure water. What more
can be desired T It Is the piece, above
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering th
number of sufferers who have ben
cured, I hav no heeltancy In recom
mending this genial oaala ss the hsvan
of the afflicted."
Is 6l2 milt'H from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Aneeles
e. p. it 00 Ens,
Asst. Ccn. Pase. Agt. H. P. Co.
J. B. KIHKI.ANP.
Dint. Pass. AL
Cor. First and Alder sts.. Portland, Ol
And this is
what he wrote.
"Tint editor of the Post
took a spin over the llur
llngton road last week,
leaving Hillings Monday
at 11:30 a m. and arriv
ing In Chicago at 8:20 on
That Is the kind of time
tho liurllngton makes. It
Is a lightning express
time over a track the
best In the world, and
with an equipment un
riurpassod by any railway
on the continent. The re
clining chairs are superd
and the soenery all
through Wyoming, Ne
braska, Iowa, and Illi
nois, Is beautiful. The
Burlington system la
perfect. No other word
fittingly describes It."
Livingstone Post, Oct. 7,
Ticket and time tables
on application to any
A. C. BHELDON, a. A.,
(HsvIwnI ttid Corrected svtry FrliUy)
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VESSELS ON THE
(RitTiand anil Cerrartsd Tr Krl.lajf)
roar iulio rsoa ess si,
Hhlp Henry Vlllard
Hr ahlp (Hen 14M. ...
NKWCASTLX. N.H. W.
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Hr twrk rWtikerllaltlr
llr ahlp Purl Jack MB
llr bark I'umllebaiik... ..
rtr berk (latribrUn Chlefteln.
Hr bark t'umbrlanl
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Total toonar o the sr I UL
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
4&2 Bond Street.
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The r.u.n atifTerera are not ennui br iHa-iora la beraiiee ninety see sent are Insroleil enlh
rioalalllla otll'l liKK la theonir known remedr to rnraarlihoul an ntwrallun. Siuirailmnnli
Jla. A rrmearuaranieileeaaniniinF reinmeil II an l.ira dnee nut eilaul a peruaiMM-leure,
UJOarxu.ali tV.rm,br mall. Sand fur rBB circular and (eaUoionlala
CHAS ROOERfl, 468 Commercial Street.
GIVES CHOICE OF
Via Spokane and St. Paol
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha op St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining- Cbalr Cars
Astoria to San Fwiwlseo.
State of California, Sunday, Jan. S.
Columbia, Friday, Jan. 8.
Stata of Cel., Wednesday, Jan. 12.
Columbia, Monday, Jan, IT.
Bute of Cal Snurday, Jn. 23.
Columbia, Thureday, Jan, 28.
State of Cal., Tueaday, February I
Columbia, Sunday, Feb. 7.
For rata and general information call
on or addrees
O. W. LOUNBBBRBT,
W, H. HURLBUBT,
Oea, Paa. Agt., Portland, Or.
Preeldent and Manager.
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WAV TO OREGON.
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I1A Meyer. W. ACo
I. Ultllaw A Co.
100 A I
Tlor, You To
baste ume la Imwjbju. ttame time In lafe-.7ni.
and MclCee Ave.
Situatt'd on the Houth side
of Antoria's liills.
Twfiity dt'grceu warmer
and variation 30 dayH in
advance of the North nde.
Magnificent Bites for rtw
idencea, overlooking river
ami hay, gunny and ghel
Kany and natural grades;
little or no grading needed.
T A Una ol s lain on. ranch piiralruui, will quickie cure Jrim of all r
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InaiimiiU, I'aliialnUietlaa'll.Menilnai Kmljali.iM. Nervmia IMiUIIk
plmplea, Vnsuieae U Marr, Kiltaiiailii. lrla, Virm.li at4
(IniiailitaUon. II aUtpe all lueaea by rlay or nlsiiV preeenia qua k-
i of diarliarfa, w hirb if nul elierh wl iiavla Ui HpermainrrtMiHi ami
Uienrlnary orianaol aUUBpurlUea
I nie fa a nitn emannme
r.milr f.tr Oomtrrlttaa,
'il.-ft, k pe r m a i or r hiaa,
I Wliiiea, unnatural dla
h.rgn, i,r anr Inllaninia
llt.ri, Irrliailoii ur ulttira.
tlon uf uiuaftua ntatu
a I iMta.r.
a a, ,irl.,-.
i'lfajiOliiii(ln. brae. Nun-aairlnir'iil.
-uf ..rit In ftlaln wrapper,
tty eipreaa, pmpalil, ful
Ii m, nr a Uriilt. l.n.
C'lrnular aan uu rwiuaai
tor Information anrl free Handhuik write as
MUNII VO- Ml ttaoADWAY, Nw Voag.
Olilnal bnreaa tot eerunmr peienU Id Am.rlne,
rer? patent taken out ly ua la limuarhl befiir.
Wie putulo br a uitloe (Iran free olokarge la Ibe
cauaazaa, a UnavJwar, Hew York Cur.
J Solentlflo Amerloan
"? HO ewe
For Family or
Reasonable Id Price
ELMORE. SANBORN & CO