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DULY INTELLIGENCER.
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PsMkhsi every SMialac. (jfiieSay««-
MPtedJ Mi teliTOTd to aaktcrttMn iar*ber« Id
Ua at«. el SB WMk. «o tW
rHK WEEKLY ISTCLUOMCEB.
TUi old mml» Joomal of W«rter* Waab
taftoa, with Ik* largaet circulation of my hw
a tt* TwrlSosy, lapnblUUx! aracy Bat ardtj
mmjus ptr as-
Friday, February 13,1880
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK.
Pfttidential prospects are a good deal
mixed at this writing. With Grant,
Blaine, Sherman, Wash borne end
others, the Republicans have a
plethora of candidates, between whom
a selection will be difficult. So far,
Giant is unquestionably ahead, with
Blaine close behind, and Blaine's
chances improving at the expense ol
Grant's. Tilden is the leading man
among the Democrats, and undoubtedly
the ablest and strangest Unfortunate
ly for him, however, there is disaffec
tion in his own State, headed by John
Kelly, one of the sharpest politicians
in the Union, by David Dudley Field,
the ablest and most distinguished oodi
fier in the world, by Mr Oallicott, a
ripe scholar, an accomplished journal
ist and an unequalled preeiding offi
cer, and by ether men, who, together,
oontrol the politics of New Tork City,
where Mr Tilden is without influence
as long as by them opposed. The
chasm between is declared by eaeh too
wide and deep for bridging, and with
out the support of his own State, Mr
Tilden oan never be President. Beyond
Tlldeu sll ie cbaoe with the Democracy.
Seymeor ie talked of. but declines.
Hendricks wents the nomination, but
Tilden won't let him have it. Bayard,
Thurmau, Potter and others are men
tioned, but there ere objections to all of
them, and a compromise man, unknown
at preeeat, will probably be the nomi
nee, ol aeeeesity. Difficult as it is to
foretell the choioe of the Republican
Convention wo beliefs it much more
difficult to foretell that of the Demo
cratic.
JJWMESE PROGRESS.
Japan baa nisde more rapid and ea
sier progress toward civilization than
ever did barbaric power before. It is
only a low years since the country was
more exclusive than China is today,
while now it ia quite as free and open
as Germany or any other country of
continental Europe. Its recorded his
tory begins in tilt sixth eentnry of the
Christian era; its traditions running
back into the mythology of a doaen
centuries or more before. In the last
score of ysars its army and navy have
been remodeled on the principles of
modern science; •teem oommeroe hu
largely supplanted the jacks of bygone
days, tad posto Sices and schools are
beooming eommon all over the land.
Its railroad system, yet qaite limited,
is unsurpassed ; its roads being con
strnoted in the most durable mtnner>
at a ooet of about #IOO,OOO per mile.
Tbe English language is taught
throeghoat tbe Empire, and public
men generally speak it. It would not
be sar prising if tbe English were
adopted as tbe national tongue before
another twenty years have passed by.
Several hundred Japaness youths have
been educated in tbe colleges of our
** ova laid, and tke effect of their
*isstruDttoa here has beea marked in
Japan. Money orders and savings
beaks are a part of the postal system,
which dates back only four or Ave
years, and is doe to the organisation
of ▲mencsn oitizem selected by the
Japanese for that purpose.
The relations of our country with that
have ever beea happy, and }he best
of feeling exists on the part of both.
It will be well to maintain thie re
ciprocal good feeling, for tbe trade of
no people under the sun will make e
greater advance in ths nest few years
than that of Japaa.
The public debt ef France amounts
to 3t/X>O,MO,OOO francs, on which is
paid aaanally an interest of 1,865,000,-
000 fraacs. The population of the
country numbers 87.000,000, and in
proportion their debt is tbe ssost cotoe
sal in history, amounting as It doss to
TOO francs to the persqa and M francs
anneal interest. The Qevernsaent Is
dssbous of cutting down its interest
rate from 6 per cent, to 4or 4%, bat
as ths debt is all held assoag the peo
ple at home it fears realstanoa to its
scheme of economy, the poor people
amsag whom the Government's oblige*
lions are distributed being loth to give
np any part of them. ▲ loan could
easily be effected, end tbe Govern
ment enabled annually to save ten or
fifteen million dollars interest money.
Ths pnblie debt of the United States
amecete te oaly about SOO per capita,
while that of Francs considerably ex«
ooedeflOP.
Moved by the exampfeeof Victoria
and Seattle, the people of Port Town
send are up and datag to secure tbe
epealngof their road via Whatcom and
the boundary line ts tbe Skagit geld
mines. The ooatiibution paper baa
keen passsd aroand and a liberal start
amde toward its tiling. Bow mach
has bsen sehsmihsd we are aot ap
prised; but if the people ere as willing
as tiwy are able. there will bene trou
ble in getting all that is required.
The stock ud bond debt of the city
of Now Tork on the 30th of November,
1879, *u $100,285,900 la the Sink
ing Fund, however, stocks as 1 bonds
to the amount of $32,359,530 were
held for the redemption of the debt,
the amount nf which is thereby mater
ially reduced. During the ;e«r pre
vious to the date mentioned the redac
tion amounted to $2,931,366. Consid
ering the rapid a ivanee of tbo city in
population and wealth this statement
must be quite gratifying to residents
and property owners.
The hundred millions of English
speaking inhabitants of the world are
religiously divided as follows :
Episcopalians 18 000,000
Methodists 16.000,000
Roman Catholics 13,500,000
Presbyterians 10,230.000
Baptists.. 8.000.000
Congregationaliste 6,000,000
Unitarians 1,000,000
AH others 27,250,000
Rev Mise Anna Oliver, the girl pas
tor of the Willoughby Avenue Metho
dist Church, of Brooklyn, is holding a
revival, assisted only by women clergy.
Rev Miss Coffin, Rev Mrs Perry and
Rev Mrs Barney are her assistants.
The world moves, verily.
raBEINC NOTES.
Martin Ballingrr, 71 years ef age.was
caught ia a enow storm near Litiz, Pa.,
and frosen to death.
Albert Oleson, living near Clajfield,
Minn., came home with both ears fro
zen, and two friends, in trying to start
the circulation, rubbed them clean from
his head.
Rum and cold weather cot the mas
tery o! Robert Mott, of East Rocka
way, and his body was found frozen
stiff on the meadows. He left a wife
and two children.
The weather in France during Decem
ber was extremely cold. Many persons
died from congestion of the brain, the
result of cold- Birds were too weak to
fly, and hares were found frozen in the
hedges.
TELEGRAPHIC.
KXOursrrsLT to m BRWMBCB.
KABTERR mT«I.
LOVISTILLB, Feb. 12—Mrs. Ellen
Fitzgerald, aged 49 years, committed
suicide by setting fire to her under
clothes with a match. She was discov
ered in the yard with the fire raging
•11 over her body praying for merey.
The body was burned to a crisp from
head to foot and her hair almost all
singed off. She can net recover. She
has been insane for several years and
the deed was committed while in a fit
of depression.
N*w YOBK, Feb 11 —Wall street re
port! say that a subscription block for
the Souora Bail road, projected to rnn
from Guaymas on the Gulf of California
to the southern extension of the Atchi
soo, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad sys
tem in New Mexico and Arizona, was
reoeutly sold in Boston for a bonus of
SSOOO. The last sale was at $350, snd
it may be interesting to some te know
that the same block was sold each time.
The first thirty miles of the road are
to bo constructed immediately, begin
ning at Ooaymas.
Naw YOBK, Feb. 11.— The Pacifio
Mail Co. have announced a war of rates
to San Francieeo for passengers and
freights. After tomorrow rates for
paasage will be $75 for first-class and
$35 for steerage, lu opposition the
railroad companies today offer the
following rates: First-class, $100; sec
ond-class, $75; third->class, $45.
WASHOTOTOB, Feb. 11.— C B Far
wells iofortna Senator Blaine that the
Illinois delegation will not vote for
Grant and cau be secured for Blaine.
At a cabinet meeting today it was
decided to allow Maj Bono to tender
his resignation.
The Benete, in executive session, con
firmed all tbe supervisors of census for
California, as well as those for Colora
do, Arizona, Dakota, Idaho, Montana,
New Mexico, Washington and W;om«
tag.
CAHADIAU Doanruw.
LUCAH, Feb. 13— The Inquest in tbe
Donnelly murder oase began today.
The physicians who made the post
mortem examination testified that the
bodiee were so badly burned that be
could aotdistiaguiab male from female,
and was unable to eay positively what
was the cause of their death. Jobn
Couuers, tbe boy who was in the house
st the time of the murder, testified
that James Carroll, a constable, called
at tbe bourn between 13 and 3 o'clock
to arrest old man Dounelly. Besides
Carroll be saw Thomas Ryder and Jobn
Purtell in the house at the Ume ef the
murder. He was sure of those three
having seen their faces.
nrnopw.
BIRUI, Fib It—The North German
Omtttt draws attention to the attitude
of UM Irish BOIDU Orthotic members
of the Britiih Parliameat. It •ays the
matter has beoome serious, and a rem
edy most be sought against the pro
ceedings of this party. The foregoing
is regarded hero as an indirect reference
to tbe position which the center party
of ths German Parliament is expected
to assume.
Lovnoir, Feb. 12-Daritt and Killer,
Irish agitators, bare visited Fiance and
Belgium to collect information with
regard to the lands of these countrise.
Ia a month a deputation from the
Irish lead league, taelnding Daritt,
will riiit the chief places ia France,
Germany, Belgium, Italy and Spain,
where committee* art being organised
to reoeire them and enlist aid for tbe
land movement aud Cor the diatreaasd
in Ireland. A deputatioa from tbe
league has held a conference with lead*
ing Irish and English members of this
popular organisation when negotiations
were entered into for a aeries of popu*
lar demonstrations throughout Great
Britaia oa the lead question.
CTDNA.
BomXOiO, Jan 17—The Governor of
Maeao it preparing tor aa official visit
to Pohiag ia hit eabsidiary nha i aulas of
envoy %e that capital. Ha pwpoaas
seeing to the Chisass reoogaitisu ef the
withstanding its occupation during threw
centur.cs, is still declared a Chinese
possession. In fact, no formal rassion.
lika that of Hongkong to England, baa
been conceded. The Peking govern -
■sent is determined to resist an appli
cation, although the Portuguese express
confident hopes of success.
Dr. Elmore, the Peruvian envoy to
China and Japan, is now in Shanghsi
preparing for his immediate dej-arture
home.
signs at Peking increase of a deter
mination to inaugurate a strong aoti
loreign policy. Viceroy Sben, who
died recently at Nanking, left an urgent
memorial, now said to be secretly cir
culating, advocating unbending resist
ance to the extension of intercourse,
and pleading for the exclusion nf all
material improvements, such as railways
or telegraphs, of foreign origin. This
manifesto produces a gre*t effect; Shtn
having been an official of powerful in
fluence and a man of high personal
character, unusually free from the
eespieion of corrupt motives or prac
tices. It has double weight, coming
together .with the final successes of
the Chinese army in Central Asia,
and to diplomatic triumph, as here
considered, of Chung How at St.
Petersburg, in securing restitution of
Pi territory. Li Hang Chang, viceroy
at Chili, though still the most influen
tial subject in the empire, is under
stood to feel it necessary to yield to the
new sentiment kindled by these com
binations, and in fact Li is not really
favorable to foreign affiliation, sanction,
ing western ideas and improvements
only to the extent of making them
serve bis purpose of acquiring a knowl
edge of them and then dispensing with
those who bring them. Unless the
growth of the present feeling is check
ed by some unforeseen event it will
shape the Chinese policy entirely with
in the next year or two, but the devel
opment will be gradual and extremely
cautions, and no person must expect to
see any sadden manifestation. The
whole movement will be so regulated
as to disarm suspicion, if possible, both
here and elsewhere.
JAPAN.
YOKOHAMA, Jan. 26— via San Fran
cisco, Feb. 11.—A new and unexpected
trad* bat developed between Hongkong
and tbe Japanese port of Hiogo, in
consequence of tbe establishment of a
branch line of steamships bj tbe phn«
cipal company of Japau. This route is
the malt of suggestions offered bj
Governor Hennesiy when visiting Ja
pan. A strong commercial conneetieo
is anticipated.
The latest report of the ministry of
education will show a steady increase
of public instruction throughout the
empire. School attendants new.nnm
ber nearly six millions; males, how*
ever, unduly preponderating. Univer
sal interest in education is proved by
the fact that in five jeers private volun
tary donations to schools and colleges
aggregate nearly $9,000,000, and op*
wards of 700,000 acres of land.
Brown'a Honwheld Panacea.
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in
the world. Will moat surely quicken
the blood whether taken internally or
applied externally, and tberby more
certainly BELIEVE PAIN, whether chron
ic or acute, than any other pain allevi
ator, and it is warranted docble the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain ic the Side, Back or Bow
els, Sore Throat, Rheumatism, Tooth
ache, and ALL ACHBS, and is The Great
lie liar er of Pain. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD
PANACEA" should be in every family.
A teaepoonfel of the Panacea in a tum
bler of hot water [sweetened, if pre*
ferred,] taken at bedtime, will BBBAK
UP A COLD. 25 oents a bottle.
Slckaeaa,
Undoubtedly with children, attributed
to other causes, is occasioned by Worms.
BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or
Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible
injury to the moat delicate child. This
valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found to
be abaolutely sure in eradicating
worms, so hurtful te children. Twenty
five cents a box.
WIT WILL TOO
Allow • cold to idTMoa ia your ayi>
tern and thai enooarege moro serious
maladies, such as Pneumonia, Hemorr
hages and Long troubles when an im
mediate relief oan be so readily attain
ed, B—chf't German Syrup has gained
the largest tale in the world for the
care of Coughs, Colds and the severest
Lung Diseases. It is Dr. Bosehee's fa
mous German prescription, and is pre
pared with the greatest care, and no
fear need be entertained in administer
ing it to the youngest child, as per di*
rections. The eale of thia medicine ia
'unprecedented- Since firat introduced
there haa been a oonstant increasing de
mand and without a single report of a
failure to do its work in any case. Ask
your druggist as to the truth of these
remarks. large size 75 cents. Try it
and J>e convinced.
n M jgg hh| HSR ■9k
SssEMAN HTDS ft Co. Pacific COM!.
Agents. A 100 agents forth* celebrated
Eatcy and Standard Organ. For Sheet
Music and Braee Instruments, address
BREBVAV. HTDS & CO.,
aagSJ-viawly Nan Francisco.
Mchola*a IsMIIMe lalccUn,
Guaranteed to car* promptly and per
manently e»ery case ot Ckoorriuaa
Gleet ar.d Whiles, no matter of how
long standing, if directions ate followed.
Internal mediciae not recommended or
necemary. A enre goaiantend or money
refondwl. for sale by Geo. W. Harris ft
Co., Wholesale and retail druggists, Se
attle, If. T. ol6d*wlm
NEW ADVERTISEJIENTB.
Two nicriy famMwd frnt
mams to rant by the day,
weak or month, with or wit£-
ootboui.
BULLEVE HOUSE,
MISCELLANEOUS.
ROOMS TO L.ET,
tcx srm om bixole; numxT ob
XL/ Tnultat; with or wlthoat board. Flt«
BicntN walk from
ooaammvAL SQC ABB. non STBBBT.
Mrs. E- Briscoe.
PARKER HOUSE,
AT TO
BARREL FACTORY.
SBWLI BUILT 15D SOW OPD TO TBS
PUBLIC.
jMuiJint aad wIMaMM NODI aad lill
The tent TI«W of aaj boaaa la tbo citj.
FWCiN will «nd it to their adnata*! to atop
at tto PARK KB BOUBS.
CAPT. PARKKB,
fiodtf Proprietor.
PACIFIC EKHAKCe,
Front Stroot, Beattl*.
W. S. WIGOIN, Agent
I HATS TAIBB OUBU OT TBS
MAISON DOREE
Two Bit House
b tba city. Tha tablaa trill to abaadaatly aop
pliad with tto tort im (to aaarkat, aad tto tods
i§pi ctoti iid ml*
Meal a, ••••!! Cnto.
Beds* - - • • • II CeaU.
A «bare of tto pablie pataoaaca sottdtad.
iidtt w. a. meonr. A«ent.
PRACTICAL 60RSWTHIM OR BOOEM
PRINCIPLE!
W. T. BEARD,
DIALS IB
BREECH AND MUZZLE-LOADING
Rifles, rietsla, sad Fixed AHMMMM.
COMSEECIAL STREET. l>t I O >K SOUTH OF
THB MEW ENGLAND, UA.-.LX. W.T.
I ic-eat BtSaa, alaa Sight aad Shoo* BMaa.lt
Plato) OH pa to both MM aad flliot.fi an. Ban
Shot-gaaa to ahoot eloaa either with choke or
cyllader beta; Baaaodat aad make overseas Ilka
new. Drowalag, Blaalaf aad Oaee ITirrteatng
dona la kaadataaa aad daiable style. laaln
aad Ealtolag MaoHao Kpairiag, iNtaattkiai
aad all kiada of ftaa aianhlne vork deaa with
akUl aad dispatch. dttdtf
HIDES AND PELTS.
HIGHEST
CASH PRICE
PAID BY
Kellogg & Snyder,
FRORT STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
jlOdkw
NOTICE.
rpHB THI BP ABBUAL MEETING or THE
1 Stockholders of the Facet aoaad
atal Onaipeiiy will be haldat their otSce to Pest
Oaaabla. WTT.. oa TVBSDAT. the 11th day of
PEBBDABT, ISSO, at S efoloek P. *.. far tho alao.
tleaof aßooidof liaalneaadthetrawaawttflaof
each other hnalaiss so mar come before the
anntlns
Eyorter or the Praatdiat.
INMw W. D. 90OTT, Seantay
REMOVAL
CITY BEER HALL.
rpa onniioroiunioTD mo
stto toSJKiiwli—. «kM tol
after k gM tm mmt haa Mania aat H*Mk>
UclagMatal.
ewteV* s**^' i,e,e *" Mr " li " N
B. G. BTEBBHAJI,
Proprietor.
PHOTOGRAPHS
Aie iwUhkw later VMtkw as
HOOKI'? JUUIRT,
Sullivan's Block,
vmuvi
HOTUMBB TOD WABT COPIED
1M» lnii»iNitlwl*l(nN*w.
DMHI
li BMMnnLau Booutoa or rn
miifcHtfcTW 11^
iiijryjy nous
f^rSS
WAYOTBHSR.
*■ V. •>.-* ir fc •
Eagle Brewery
-A* i&U, ■- ,;f
if
MUKILTEO.
Madt
MISCELLANEOUS.
SLORAH
& Co.'s
"BOSS"
BEER
Still Takes the Lead.
SKAGIT MINES.
Outfitting Miners a Specialty.
We fntaM a naforttr of all tha pioapaetore
aalataMlkat wci lato Ikt aKAOIT OOUB
TIT last eaaeea wit* cuppliee. and an prepared
te 4o the saaM the coaslag sprlaf at
Lower Prices than any Other House
om Paget Sound.
Oa haad aad to antra, 10 Toes
EASTERN CORN-FED BACON
■art aad Sweat. Alao baatßnada
Flew, Extra Clear Eastern
Perk, Dried Fraita, Vege
table*, CaaGeeds, Etc.
C. P. STONE A Co.
CASH 6BOCEBS.
FfKONT STREKT, Next 4o« to ViU *
ttw OHqMlt Bird win Star*.
FARM FOR RENT.
A DAIRY FARM OP
160 ACRES
ALL UNDER FENCE.
With a large bearlac
MCNMD, MM, DWELLING HOKE, tC.,
TEN GOOD HOIS COWS.
I will laaas foreao ar Sre yean for Twaßaa
(aitfear parttoalaniafalne?'
H. A. JUOIOM,
Lradea, Whateoaa Co., W. T.
Or B. BAXTEB, Seattle, W.T. fTwlaa
CREAM CAKES
FRESH
PIPER'S.
TRUSSES
Tti* Wltwhn lea truthful
ntent ef fMtt: I haw sold over
800 of my CLASTIC FAD TttUMCS
sines January, ISTO, and I have
o«iith«t
fere I am twpiwi ta guarantee
eatlefaetlen In every eaee. Unleee
my Truee prevee what I represent,
the meney will be refunded In
Send for Clreulnr and Price List
10 N. W. NCMORIOKS,
fIHHHMHHHIHIIB
111 CAM BIER HALL,
Mill Street*
Bll I ii I ■ a
JBJ J3J JCV»
a
VAHMFSSNKANA OHW M• CUI.*«A
188 I Cram A 6LAM.
AUQT kmi Tf.
INK nonomn.
smrATmv WAITED.
as »ooi».
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
*
THE OREGO\ KIDKEI TEi!
Tie Host Voßderfnl Meal Discovery of Medem Tin.
Challenges the World as a Remedy for
Pains in the Back and Kidneys,
Non-Retention of Urine*
luflammation of the Bladder and Kidneys
Diabetes, Brick Dust Deposit in Urine?
Leucorrhoea, Nervousness,
Painful or Suppressed Menstruation,
And all cotnplaiaU irUni from * dlteeead or debilitated state at Um fldasja "Ttaai -
Httem. ItIePCBELY VEGETABLE and ENTIKJtLT IlaßlCUm, and U maeetall* *
tki null* ct Womd and Children. 11 preeeata tk*
LEAF OF THE PLANT IN ITS NATURAL ST«|
For tboM vho visit to make ttelr owu Tes; an 1 for tboM vhoat BCJC of life rsailwi Udttnk
do this, ve ha*e prepared a
VUditoaMMtkiTittMiif rtt fIW 'it t f-rai —i —itml firltitslwi m
FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY FACH PACKAGE.
_ _
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS
fowum, Oww. MI. '
HT Kidaeya vera la a ray had condition. TW Crlaa vaa ilk* brtck fast, sad I .
deal vith my Wl. All resaedtea «.r« aaaeailiag until I tried tk*CEEOOB lllllirSTl
(arc m almoet immarttats raliaf. EtmS^
Having a ht«* Wlachl '.Mt wiaisr. 1 vaa lndaced to try tk* OMOO* EIDEe/tEa!
it very beaefldal la ita raMlta. It VM sot aaora Mplcaaeat to taka Um other taa. 'tisll
■nd It to tboaa afflicted aa I vaa. _ JOBI F >
IbeOUOOR EIDBBY TEA baa eared My back aad liteqnwU »
gratitude I ehail always maraUr the OBEGON EI OBEY TEA vttfealaaawa«dM^^2
highly recommend it to all my frietdjaad acquaintance*. J. B.JT. POWBM
While I vaa in Tillamook last viater I vaa aflTected in my back aad KuCave'm'
almoet impossible form* to reach Portland. Whea I cot here I vaa ladaead tohfUaNHm
EIDNEf TEA. I drank, at my wsk, the taa aaada from It. and it haeafscteda ladiaal earn. i.
highly ramam—il it to all vho art aflUctad aa I VM. - I. CORE.
Both myaalf aad vlfe have been far aaaa years afflicted vith Miitmo?ths" tdawisL^S"k«i
tried many r* mediae vltkrai obtaiaiar My paraaaaent relief. A boat three motto Ma sismT
dncad to toy a package of the OREGON KIDNEY TEA. vhleh hM apparsaUy entirely cmad torn *
as, M atnee taking it tvo vaeka va have felt ao aymptoma at the diaaaae. We *M ThMli
mead it to othera similarly affected, M ve believe that It vill do all that la claimed tar it.
_ n.u wmi
I taka pleasure la teetlfylng tu the merita af the OB'OOK Ell) BET TEA. V* toMka
yaaia I have beeo snffrriag from Kidney troubles, aad daring the lima have Mad assrty cast*
of Kidney medicine In the market, slutoe* vitboet My relief. Havta* heard that the OUmI DE
BE* TEA poss*mad voadsrfal propertlra. I parrbsssd a peekaga, aad ftem the MtoadkM
relief, aad by the am of the one package feel completely owed. EAMUEL EEAI.
I hereby certify that 1 VM saAtriag frsm M attack af bsckacks
donbled up, aad ooald aet atralghtoa up. 1 asad oaa parkaga af the OBEOOE EIDEET TBA ml I
am folly pimasdsd that I VM raamred by Its help. JOW t. MEME.
I have ased the OREGON KID NET TEA for aslM in ths bsak, sad
aad do aet healtato to tecommsad it aa a nUU aad mfe nmi ty. _ Itwfp
The OREGON KID NET TEA has doaa my vlfe M machTwrt man Mediums My af Emmm*
dies aha hM aaad for paiaa la the beck, aad I bellsie It to bs a gsed lamsdy tar tosmmmmaMm
it la reoommendad for. _ A. M. OH.
Some three asoatha ift I VM a< tackad vith a aevere pala la my hsagS7a?mSkmM^M
OREGON KIDNEY ThA aad by the time I had aaad oae-half of it I vm
not bssa troubled alas*. I cheerfally recommead It to all vhs may be ssftotag fiamahmstr
weak bsck, as a pleasant, safe sad good remedy. H 1. 9EINM.
Having suifered vith my Kldn. ye. I VM ladacad to try the OUOOHIroMRIiL<SI to
lisrsd SM la a abort time, aad I take pleasure la rscomsasadlag It to ths pabUsae amla SMstafef
Kidney diUcaltiea. S. W. BAIMjf
Haviag wad the OBEOOB KIDNEY TEA for oae of my BOM ■iiiisiFnij
by taktag turpeutine, I cheerfally certify to its beaeSclsl cEeets, sad isccmmMd the mm Mto
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