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THE CANNED-GOODS TRADE.
ta Itasitrf That Mat Grown to Tart Pro portion* la Thl» Country. An Industry in this country which has grown to enormous proportions is that of preserving food products by canning and bottling, lu 18 >7 M. Appert, a distinguished French chem ist, found that organic substances re mained fresh an indefinite time by be ing kept from contact with the air. Comparatively little use was made of this Invention for many years exc-pt by sailors. About the year 1835. how ever, a small local trade sprang up in tills country in canned oystors and tomatoes. The discovery of gold in California gavo an impetus to the trade, but the first great expansion of It was during the civil war. Since that time the canned-goods trade lias advanced by leaps and hounds until at present there is a capital of $11.000. 000 invested bore in fruit and vegeta ble canning alone, giving employment to 35 000 persons, who earn yearly 93 000 000, and turn out of goods 92'), 1100.000, leaving a net profit of about 2d per cent to the investors. During the war advantage was taken by the U don Commissariat Depart ment of tlie eco iomy in bulk and tho ease in transportation of canne I goods. Canned meat was found us-fui for ratio.is in t rend marches; earned milk wm a valuable substitute for fresh milk in the hospitals when the latter could not he had, and the health of the army was largely maintained by canned fruit and vegutablo*. At the end of the war those engaged in the manufdc uro of those goods I urne 1 their attention to supplying the E iropean marltou wi ll salmon and lobster. The lobster export trade hail started ton years previously in i lia New E igland Slates. Soon after the C mndiaiis began tho salmon-packing indus ry. but did not meet with suc cess. But tho utilization of tin enormous run of salmon up the Columbia and other rivers on the I'.i c fie const, put new life into tho in dustry, Some idea of how much the Ira le has grown may ho gather 'd from Ihe fact that, wliilo in 131 (i the pack of snlmon was only 4 030 eases, during tlie past four years it has aver aged 3 801.000. Tho next great era in the trade was the compression of corned boef. Chi cago, being a great cattle center, at once embarked heavdy in this enter prise. Foreign governments [largely recognized the value of this systom of preserving hoof. They ordered large quantities of it for consumption by their war fords. Much of litis was stored as a reserve in ease of war, but ns the supply was exhausted it lias been continually ronowod, to the profit of tho American. The success of the Americans In canning goods provoked th i E -.glish and French people to emulation. U table to compete witli the United h ates in what had been already done, they turned their ntteution to the can ning of delicacies. This trade was developed to a very largo extent in Europe, and extended to litis country. But tlie importation of these goods lias fallen off in recent yenrs, as this country lias gone into tlie manufacture of this class of goods, and produces a much cheaper article, not at a l in ferior to tho imported. The development of the rnnticd goods industry lias been groat, but the variety of articles treated in this way Ins been even greater. B 'ginning as as it did with slop's beet it lias ex tended until it embraces nearly all Ihe desirable food products of tlie auinml and vegetable kingdoms. Lieutenant tiruely, after hi -s fumons Arctic expedition, said that canned apples, peaches, pears, rhubarb, green poos, green corn, onions, potatoes and tomatoes were all subjected to the temperature of sixty degrees below z ixj. They were solid for many months at a time, the second summer they thawed, ami the following winter they were frozen solid again. When tlieso articles were eaten they pre earunco ;s though tlioir flavor was smi!ed the same aoo fi-oshly canned, nim as good when the last can was opened as during the first mouth. Canned goods have proved a great boon to tlie housekeeper. I i cities, at any rate, the goods preserved are cheaper than if bought in the fresh condition. Tids arises f.o n tlie fact that they nre always packed where tlie material is cheapest a id most abund ant. A great econouiy is ex 'reused, too, by the wholesale préparai iou of meat and fish. The popular idea lhat eauued goo Is are injurious to lienilli is a mistake. Tin, which forms the coating of the thiu iron pintes of which the cans nre made, is not acted oa at all by nay ordinary acids or by the gases of de composition. Certain firms in this city hare followed up every case of alleged poisoning from canned goods without finding a single one of them authentic. The ordinary precautions of taste aud sm "11 ns applied to fresh goods are a sifliciout protection against danger in similar goods when canned, and, judging by the progress of tho pas decade in this method uf food preservation, it seems likely to have a still larger future before it. — A'. Y. Sun. • —Sea! ter ashes along the rows of ihe young strawberry plant* ns soon as they shall be large enough to work. Blir the earth, takeout till grass and' then apply the ashes on the surface, and the rains will carry them down to the roots. Fertilizers for strawberries give the best results when applied near the surface and not worked into the soil, as the roots feed near the surface instead of penetrating deeply. — "Have you seen papa's new dog. Carlo," she asked, as they sat in the paiflor. "Yes," he replied uneasily; "I have had the pleasure of meeting the dog." "Isn't he splendid? lie is So affectionate." "I noticed he was very demonstrative." returned he. as ho moved uneasily in bis chair. "He is very playful, too. I never saw a more playful animal in all my life." "I am glad to hear yon say that" "Why?" "Because I was a little bit afraid that wheo he bit that pieee ont of me the othor evening, he Was in earnest. But If 1)4 was only in play of course it's all right I can take fun as well as any- I bod/."— Singapore Review. HORNS AND TAILS» Two Bovine Alimente reused by Poor Fredlug mod Kx|Minar«. It ia surprising how few farmpra know that a cow's horns are naturally hollow. It is popularly supposed lhat when a cavity is discovered in a horn there is something wrong. Theanirnsl has "hollow horn," or "wolf-in-the tail," or both. Colilness of the horns and tail only indicate a disturbed cir culation, and are symptoms of indiges tion or some other difficulty to which the treatment should be directed. A horn may freeze from extreme cold weather, or some injury to the head inny cause the sinuses of the horn to till up with pus, when boring into the cavity, by allowing the accumulation to escape, affords relief. Cold horns may safely bo left alone. It is not best to try to warm them up by inject ing cayenne pepper, turpentine, or some fiery compound which can only torture the animal. Treat the cow for what ails her, and the horns will take ! care of themselves. In dehorning a cow recently that had been ailing for some time the writer discovered that one of her horns was full of pus it bled profusely, than all the other stubs in the dairy together, but her recovery was rapid and she is now in fine condition, llor ing the horns of an ailing animal can do no harm, and if from any cause one is filled it may afford relief, hut it to not wortli while to bore them because they aro hollow, for they are always hollow if healthy, disease ia a myth, frightful malady, wolf-tail or tail-aii. The fact that blood may not flow from an animal's tail when gashed with knife docs not indicate that the tail should he amputated. The same that will impede the circulation and make a man's hands and feet cold will affect an animal's extremities in the same way, and while it is all right to equalize the circulation the main treat ment should be directed toward the seat of tile difficulty and all unneces sary cruelty avoided. Poor feeding and exposure aro responsible for most of the cases of "horn-ail" and "tit.il ail" which we hear of .—Philadelphia Press. more ; , Hollow-horn ns a So is that other :» rausr.s THE MAORI KlUCi. An English Lady'. Aceeuntefs Vl.lt to Hin Majesty. It is a ride of about ten miles from Cambridge to the Maori settlement. Tho houses are built of rushes, and have no windows at all, so that front the distance they look like so many little hay-stacks. On entering the vil lage a whole herd of mongrels ran towards us. bnrking and jumping up at the horses. The men, women and children satin groups on the ground, the women plaiting plates of various sizes, which serve for one meal only, Tlie men had been catching eels and were busy with cooking them. They had made a fire in a long, narrow enclosure, against the sides of which the eels had been placed, wrapped up in leaves. The King canto to meet us, but he did not know a word of English. Fortunately one of onr party knew tho Maori language, and was able to trans late. I thought the King would look very wild, ami wear nothing but the historic blanket, but he did nothing of and looked exactly like a the kind, tame rough, terribly shabby, in a torn shirt, and trousers und waistcoat of broadcloth, probably the remains of the suits lie wore when he was in Eng land. He also woro a "larrikin" hat, with three sacred feathers stuck in it— a strange mixture of civilization and savagery. \\ lien wo went into his hut to see his wife lie brought a coat, which belonged to his Europenn attire out of a box and put it on, which made him look like a tattooed undertaker. Pres gently he showed usa handsome album filial with FiicrlUli hoiinti«» wl.inh i>,.j 11 l mil Bziiglisn beauties, which had been given to him. Ihe Maoris invited us to dine with thorn; but, though tho ecls smelt very savorv and every thing was very clean, we had not tlie courage to partake of the feast, and therefore declined and rode away, much pleased witli having seen one of the swells of a recent London season iu Ids own home in tlie wilds of New Zealaud. — Cor. it a# n e, Bull Mull Gazette, uf to — A New Use For Petroleum. Rosin, as used iu tlie manufacture of building paper, is being largely re placed by a petroleum product similar to rosin in many respects, called "wax tailings," or "still wax," or "petro leum main, according to tlie degree of hardness to which it is reduced in the still. An important advantage in the use of. this petroleum product in connection with paper and fibrous suit stances consists in its non-liability to oxidize and produce spontaneous com bustion. Moreover, it issuid to toughen with age, insteud of growing more brittle, like rosin and coal tar pitch. It is not more combustible than rosin; it burns slowly with a dull flame, pro ducing immense quantities of lamp black of tine quality. It melts readily at 200 Full., aud in that state oombines perfectly with rosin, nsphaltum and warm oil. Its use is therefore expect ed to largely increase .—Iron Aye. —Tlie farmer who will succeed tlie the liest iu growing crops will bo the one who prepares the land the best We now have so many improved im plements for stirring the soil that there is really no excuso fur planting land that is not well pulverized. The ma nure should be so thoroughly mingled witli the soil that no portion of it shall be without fertilizer within a few inches of it —Among unrepcsled acts of Parlia ment iu England stand the following gems: Persons tending to use witch craft, by a law enacted under George arc punishable by imprisonment. Those practicing palmistry are to be treated as vagabonds and punished ac cordingly. By a law enacted in the time of Charles I. meetings of people outside their own parishes on Sundays, for any sports or pastimes whatever, arc prohibited, under penalty of a fine of three shillings and three hours iu tho public stocks. Any person disbe lieving the doctrines of the Established Church and refusing to have his chil dren baptized or to partake of tne com munion may, by a law of Queeu Eliza beth, he committed to prisou. to is is I ii.. , netnreeqaa Seen«. On the Island Made Pams*» by Garibaldi. They hare a atran ze war in thia iittl • _1 „ „„ ' T . ... . » pljux, I found, of betrothing th© girls to the TOU nu men before the latter I.-.. ,u . s . , leave the town. As very few of them CUSTOMS OF OAPRI. are able to either read or write, long . .... , , years pass by without a word from the lover or "spoza" reaching the patient . . , , girl at home. It is not a rare thinir to meet her« 11 18 n0t * rar " tnm - 10 meet , ne , re young couples who were engaged for ten twelve or even fifteen veers before ten, twelve or even niteen years Dclore of fortune was gufliciently favorable to ollovv I hen, b allow them to marry. ! One can not soon get rich on thirty cents a day. and that is the wages of a . m, . . t « man in Capri. This is perhaps the reason why so many men leave the island, leaving the women at home to . . , « . ». take care of the vineyards and olive groves. It is a very picturesque scene, those . 1 . . women, with their gay costumes, rich complexions, bright, flashing eyes, at. work in the fields, or leading their flocks of goats up the mountain side to pasture. Their feet are always hare, and become so hard that it i§ simply wonderful what they can endure. They will walk over the roads covered with sharp, flinty stones, climb the rugged mountain sides,, and be quite as com Iortable as if walking on the softest cnrnpt In fact fnr hunl npaa »Knir carpet, in fact, lor hardness their feet resemble those of the Western girl, who. when told by her mother that there was a red-hot coal under her foot, drawled out, without moving an inch: "Which foot is it under, mammy?" n.. t , * .1 „ ! 1 xet the feet of these women are by no means misshapen, but, on the contrary, are perfect models for an artist During my stay on the island I en- i joyed the rare treat of witnessing the grand festival of San Antonio, this be ing the great feast .lay of the year. 5, 7 Une of tne most attractive features to me was the procession of white-robed maidens, wending their way through the narrow streets, lined with white wailed houses. From the top of these walls, friends and lovers showered down the sweet-smelling, golden Sau A n ton io tioi-1 niion tli„ nt-ni-nu.inn i... Antonio non upon Hie procossioa be low. I he girls were wreathed witli flowers, and carried in their hands either candles or little wooden images, j and chanted as they walked, surround- 0 ! ed by clouds of smoke from swinging; . .. * » .» . » 1 through the town and up the wind in or stone «tails out in th« monntnin 1 L Hi the mountain side, they passed to tho chapel, where tht! religious services were hold. After that came the feasting, and the danc a, *d the music, over which they became greatly excited. The numberless movements of their favorite dance, tho "Tarantata," and the easy graceful forms of the dancers as they swayed backward and forward was indeed a pleasing and exhiliarating sight. The "Tarautata" is dance l by three couples only, tho men dancing around the women and then kneeling as suppliants at their feet Tho women raise them, and with airy movements ! dance around the men. Then they ieparato into pairs, advancing and re treating and again dancing together, The figures of the dance are but a small j l ,iU 't of its beauties; there is an indo ! scribuble fascination in tin free and | graceful movements of the arms, hea l. mul, in f:ict, of tho whole boilv.— Bea censors. i ^ rl, ' c Presswood Kiny, in Woman. _ ,, , ,,, .. , i lie Oakland t ribune recommends keeping a goose in the chicken-roost "* " S". ml , the depredations of professional i hicken-thicvcs. Hie goose "squawk on the intruder every j time. , . 1 lie » we< twitter dam just com picted at San Diego, Cal., at a cost of I ftlOO.OOO, is said to be twenty feet higher Uian a,, 1 <l:u " ln ,llc Uniteil »tales. It ' 8 ninety feet from its base to its crest, — "Vu' as," said young Mr. Sissy, sucking the head of his cane, "I'm ail Anglomaniue; but only in a mild form. V knaw." "Ves," she responded, bv t , .1 .. way of keeping up the conversation, "«ni t nf Ml A n O'lnl nii-it ir* »4 it \v»»r<* Oll OI ail Angumm.lt.ic, as It >\crc, Mr Sl«RV." A New York woman recently ap pc an si at the theater wearing a blue waistcoat, with gold dollars for buttons, It is siiiil that she did not appear to mind tlie sensation site created. O! YES, YES! CERTAINLY! A singed cat dreads the fire. I plead guilty. I am selling a "new-fangled" machine LOOK AT IT-AINT IT A DAISY? 4 •na'æjj THE "ADVANCE" THRESHERS AND ENGINES 1 guarantee the Xew-I'ssglrd Advssrf Myparator to be the best ml sst Thresher and most durable Separator ever made. Dut, rearnbrr, it it» not an expert- j mental machine, a« the Old Fogy machines are. You are well aware of the time loat (that ! you have to pay for) in experimenting with Old F « my machines. The New Fssglrd Tlirenher lead» the wav. The growling and kicking or the Old Fogy agenta ia only equaled by the amount of grain kicked out in the straw by tlie O d Fogy machine«*. Of course. If you | w irth a cheap machine. Old Fogies will supplv you at your own price; but their machines are j dear at any price. You canuot afford to buy a thresher without examining the AÖVANCB. ! Do not be talked into buying a machine because it is cheap and Old FogylMh. Ask the Old I l'og> agent» if they will set beside the new-fangled machine aud let you see which is the t experimental machine, and sold on its merit». 1 have never yet had to call on any court to 1 help decide the merits of the ne w-ffcngled machine. Please examine the court records in ref- ; eren^e to the Old Fogle*» plan. Many years ago a in«ut built a new-fangled machine, called a steam engine. Old Fogle» then, as now, stood back and said they would rain tlie j eonntri. Do yon not want to be rained In the »ame way f Kt member, the new fangled machine in pa«t all experimenting, while Old Fogy'» machines are being ex- , perimented with all the time, ana at your expense. Do not fool with them any longer, while j your grain is going to w note. He member the new-fangled maehlne Io »old on It» merit» entirely. Re- < member, your whole dependence 1« upon your crop proceeds, and if you allow Old Fogy chincM to w ante yonr grain, you ore just that much out of pocket. To prevnnt this, that the party thatdoes your threshing procures a new -fangled ADV ANC'JK Thresher. ! os they are constructed so as to save your rrain, aud have a better record than any old-fog) machine. Write tor further particulars. 1 am prepared to prove all my stAtements-L e.. The ADVANC E maehlne will do more and better aurk than anv other. I herrhv rhsllrsfi' any «14 f«sj asrst to nnmr AVY rase »Ol ere the AIIVASt'l! machine ban failed to do sa represented niaee I ta Istrsdutlss -savins. last ma os thl» 4'oaMt. Mliow up or »hut up. Humembcr (h&t old fogy agents saying the contrary does not make It to. It will pay you to investigate. I rau pro«« »II I »air. I also sell the well known III N4»RR WOODR1TRV POW ER. A number of manu facturera make them on a royalty but I do not know of any Imitation», but am always In clined to look out for thoHc that talk of imitations. I also deal in Laundry and Marla© Mach tilery. Farm. Church and School Hells. General Machinery, Hwift Oilers, Orme Safety Valves. Miller Pumps, Hancock Inspirators, Park & Kennedy lnjeators. Acme and Alllgatoi Wrenches. Blacksmith Drills, Self-Heating Hath Tubs, the Westinghouse Kngines. See th« < prices: 10-horae on wheels, $900; Traction, $1075; 15 horse Traction, $1400. Hpccial discount for j cash. General Agent for Colourn's Dynamo a and Lamps for IClectrle Eight Ing-ft ta MOO lights. THE DAWSON LIGHT RUNNING REAPERS AND MOWERS. THE LINDGREN CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES Your vllUge cannot do without one. You must have one for your mill*. You cannot aflbrd to be without a small one to your house. For particulars, address Z. T. WRIGHT. Foot of Morrison «troot, Portland, Oregon. The flnt rcllirlous newspaper pobliehed In ; America wastasued in Ohio, and called The Recoraer. HKLPINO THU RIGHT SIDK. To help the light aide la not only ootnmend able in a general pa nt of view, but la Judicious and prudent when that help la cnllated In be half of the right side of the body, Just over the lower rita in the region of t he liver. The mom . efficient help ie afforded 1 y Hostetler*» momach Bittere, an auti-biliuus medicine of Inoomper »hie efficacy. Inaction or the liver I» *ocom panted by constipation, sick-heodoche, furred, tongue, nausea, occa-tomd vertigo, gin^f 'uJ^é. y ^ 1 h " w ^ 0 "' toms, liver complaint, rooted bv accompanied by them in i h High akin and --- -- of theee synap toms, liver complaint, rooted by the Bitten Is accompanied by them in la flight. Fever end ague, which always involve* the liver, dyspep sin. rhtumalism, debility snd kidney trouble* «re all maladies to the early relief and final cure of whi ,. h thi , BUn dard medicine Is adspted. Don't use It by fits and starts, but gystematl cnlly, that Its full effect* may result in a per feet restoration of health. w«>h mirrors io warm suds, then dust with whiting from a muslin ban and poliah with chamois sain, — . White Elephant of Si.m, Idon of Eng land, D» aeon of China, Crose of Switzer land, Banner of Persia, Crescent, of Egypt, Double Eagle of ItuasU, Star of Chili, Tne circle °f ■| a P ,in j Harp of Erin. To get these buy a box of the genuine jj r . McLane's Cki.ehhated I.ivkr Pii.i.», price 2 > lents, and mail ua the out - 1 Hide wrapper with your address, plainly «.eÄ"ou tZÄfl™ with £ Ä gant package of oleographic and chro matic cards. Flbm.no Ilium., PirrsBono, Pa. The flesh of fresh fleh should be Arm, the (rills should be light and the scale, silvery B y its mild, soothing and healing properties, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy cure« the worat 011808 of nasul catarrh. also "cold in the head," coryza< and catarrhal headache«. 50 cento, by druggist«. _ _ . n ,.reore 10t -,ono locomotive, in the world. 1 representing KXai.uou horse power. I Tint: kntimatk of value. Remember that when we assert I he itememuer mai wnen we assert tne value of Brandretii s Pii.i.h we at the , same time refer you to the thousand of ; testimonials we have published support- ! i ing all and even more than we claim. | The best evidence of their value lies in ! these testimonials. The Puts have been i" T e u 'hiscountry foi over titty yean and in .that time liav t surely been well tented. We never heard complaint of them. They are harmless, being vege table, and always do their work well. It is false economy to buy stale anything; the freshest is none too good, especially at this s.a "° n uf l,lt ' yenr^ -- BEAUTY WITHOUT paint. II hat makes my skin so dark and muddy? ' checks were once so Bmooth and ruddy! I use the bes cosineiics made," 1« what ■ lovely maiden said, j ! If you your «kin would keep from taint, Dtow " d üie P° wd ®r and the paint 'The proper thinK for all such ills 1 I« this, " remarked the man of pills; "ICurioh the blood and make it pure— "In this you'll tlnd the only cure." Ur. Herce's Gold en Medical Discovery will do this without fail. It has no equal. All druggists. lung tuouhi.es and wasting Diseases can bo cured, if properly treated In |',T: Ä*'^N^Ä'ÄÄna^ sufferer from pulmonary attack* and grecu r"^r"«"piSSsure^^toSttfv 1 ' that*%k«®tf'B RijtHlaloit of Cod Liv< .• Oil with Ume and fully rJcommend'it to'af^suffering i'n * 1 sfmir*r way to myself. In addition. I would say that very p easan ta e. Ilia Holiness the Pope received during the ! jubilee 14.0U0 pairs of slippers. Buy perfectly fresh fruit and vegetables, free from sprouts and only in quantities that admit of ini mediate use. HOW INTELLIGENT WOMEN DECIDE. When the question has to be met as to what is the best course to adopt to secure a sure. Agreeable remedy for those organic di et weaknesses which afflict the female senses an sex, there is but one wise decision, viz., a course of self-treatment with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is an unfailing specific for periodical pains, misplacement, in ternnl inflammation, and all functional disor ders that render the lives of so many women miserable and joyless. They who try it, praise it. Uf druggists. This maKniflcent hotel, rontainsaworld of comfort. It is noted for the elegance of its appointments, and the excellence of ^"rombln^" 6 to* 1 »Riovraen^Sf guests perfect. ' Kaeh department is man j aged wilh the most diligent watchfulness, soth-t the most exacting guest cannot ftiltol>e satistled. From the elegantly furnished rooms to the bountiously sup plied table, everything is aa near perfec ti° n ** possible. Ihe central location of those visiting the city either on business or pleasure, ITCHING FILES grMPToas Hoi.tan>; intern* ttchtn* and «tinctn«. ; 5US^ÄJ?'b£d ü £d ,, ata,'3t becoming ?enr ure hwaynb 1 « ointment atop* uie itching And bleeding, heals ulceration, end In many oases remotes the tumor«, it is euuaii/efficacious in curiug «11 Skin DUeases. DR. 8WAYNE 4 80N. Proprietors, Philadelphia. Swaynb'h OIMYMMXT can be obtained of'druggists. Sent by mail for 5Ö Ueats. Rub your ,. mp ,. himney8 aftcr waallinK with dry salt, snd you will be surprised brilliance of your lights. thk MOIJKI, HOTEL OF SAN FRAN C ISCO-THE BALDWIN. at the new Wash nil marble daily with ammonia and water la place of soap-suds. , 5EÄ Or. Aaalyaae made el all jobetanêee. Rate* for aaaaytng gold and atlrer orea 11.60. Paca aus» sent by mail or < to, returns made - Irritation of the Throat and Hoarar wrwa immediately relieved by " Broun't Brim chial Troches. If afflicted with Bore Eye#, tue Dr. Isaac Thotnpaoa'a Eya Water. Druggists sell it Ma 1 lUU'WKIOMf ^ pu ar ^ P?PHICElS CREAM g 1 , _ WW PP 1 PERFECT I lie superior excellence proven la mllliona of home» for. ?ore ^, Qu ^ r re,of . «mtury H U ejod by the , ttnitad stotaa Qovanunaot. Bndotred by the of ; Healthful.^ ikNafi Cream Bakiu'Powder does not ! ÉSrao 1 "" «.id only m <»n.. | TO * a obioaoo. ! ' POWDER CO. «T. LOUIS. Th© BUYEB8' GUIDE !• O issued March and Sept., •aeh gear. It to an oner olopadia of useful Infor mation for all who pur ohaaa tho luxuries or tho necessities of Ufa. We oan olotha rot and furnish you with all the noooaaary and unnaoesaary applianees to rida, walk, danoe, sleep, 1 eat, ftoh, hont, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in various atoas, | stylaa and quantities. Just fleure out ; whet to required to do all theta things I CrarnmiLT end von oan make a (air I receipt of 10 canto to pay postée. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. ^ rn Big a has given fffltwa rea«t>vfl ul astlsfacUon to the IMS jATtw curs of (lonorrhœa and 2L"« Gleet. I prescribe It and foe) safe In recommend ing It to nil aalferaia .L J. STOKER, H.D„ F Dscntsr, IIL PRICE. 91.00. . I Bold by Druggists ' Vriaatytr*« ! I mm Iake i IS SARSAPARILLA, YELLOW -AW Iodide ofPotaHH. It cur*« Rheumatism. Nkukaluia, Boll«, Plmplea. Scrofula, Gout, Catarrh. Tumor», Salt Rheum, ana Mercurial paina It Purifie» the Blood, Itostor«*» the Liver and Kidney« to healthy action, and make» the Complexion Bright and Clear. J. R. CATES A CO., Proprietors. 417 Hxxoxbc at. Man Francisco. ■nrYt^' ^pROPmcr o RSor . -p 6) m & Fora case of Catarrh in the Head which they cannot cure. «»< |< UI'VKIOUT, IW7. I CATARRH IN THE HEAD. effect upon the limn* mucous membranes of the nasal and othef n r.pssaagos, promoting the natural secretion of thetr follicles and Irlands, thereby softentu* the diseased and thickened membrane, Sa'Lî c "» rlng J. t *?, ito natural, thin, delicate, aioist. healthy oon ortioh. Ass blood-purl tier. It Is unsurpassed. As those diseases which complicate catarrh are diseases or the lining mucosa mem branes, or of the blood, it will readily be seen why thif miirtinf is so well calculated to cur© them. As a local tion in the DISEASE«—Dull, heavy headache, 4»* 16 P®*®* pftMWUfcs, dlgcharurs failing from tho head into the throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody and putrid; 7 eft f ; tb *L re J? 4,1 the ears, deafness, hacking or coughing to clear the throat, expectoration of offensive mat ter, together with scabs from ulcers; tho voice is changed and basa nasal twang"; tho breath is offensive; smell and taste Impaired; there 1 « a sen 8 ation of dizziness, with mental depres sion, a hacking cough and general debility. Only a few of tho above-named symptoms are likely to l»o present in any one case. Thousands of cases annually, without manifesting half of the above symptoms, result in consumption, and end In the gnue. No,disease is so common, more doœntlvo sud dangerous, less understood, or more unsuccessfully treated by physicians. If you would remove an evil, itrike at V* Foot. As the pn'disposing or real cause of catarrh io, in the majority of cases, some weakness. Impurity, or otherwise faulty condition of the system, in attempting to ^44 c " r ® disease our chief aim must be directed to thé removal nf that cause. Tho more wo see of this odious dlantso, and wo treat successfully thousands of coses an nually at the Invalidé' Hotel and Surgical Institute, the more do we rcalizo the importance of combining with tho use of a local, soothing and bottling application, a thormfjh and peraieUnt inter nal use of Mood-cleauslug and tonio medicines. application for healing the diseased condt _ head, Ur. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is beyond ■ sit comparison the best preparation ever Invented. IBEIT It '• mild und pleasant to uao, producing no smarting or pain, and containing no strong, irritating, or caus , , ,, tic drug, or other poison. This Kemedy Is a power ful antiseptic, and speedily destroys all bad amcll whloh aeoom punica so many caw s of catarrh, thus affording great comfort to those who sutler from this disease. .The Golden Medical Discovery Is the natural helpmate'' of Ur. Sage)* Catarrh Remedy. It not only cleanses, purilea regulates, and builds up the system to a healthy standard, and con . throat, bronchial, and lung ooinpllcatlona, when any such exist, but. from ifs spécifia effects upon the lining membrane of the nasal passages, it aids materially in n-storing the dlseaoed. thickened, or ulcerated mem. brune to a healthy condition, and thus eradicates the disease. When a cure is effected In this manner M is permanent. Roth Ur. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Sage's *w« r î. K iw!î <l)r Ï™ Ä b *£ ru f* 1,rt « th ® world over. Discovery Drriw '' cmurrh Be ~ dy " —•« , A .complete Treatise on Catarrh, giving valuable hints aa to clothing, diet, and other matters of importance, will bo mailed, post-paid to any adder as, on receipt of a Z-cent postage stamp. Address, World's Dispensary nodical Association, _ No. an Main Street, Buffalo, N. T. Local Connu Seise Toeatkent. Permneh Cures. quers flauer -I 1 ? catA 7 h * nd nil th« various disra** with UNltr w ,c! V/ t i & (raiuvntly complicated, as throat, n bronchial, and lung disuas's, Wfulc stomach, cu Bn »MC tarrhal doafnese, weak or li.flam.-d ey"a,"mpiire RLLIBnuL. blood, scrofulous and syphilitic t.iinrs. th« wonri.«. "T"^ fdl powers and vtrtii.-s of Dr. Piero. '* Golden Med ical Discovery cunuot bo too strongly extolled. It has a spcciflo Size or PELLET». Y/W/f/Tr. o o o m, • ' giqjLE J> T«E ORIGINAL < Little liver pills. o o o m w, 7/ PLEASÜïi fff, * PURELY VEGETABLE! ©ERTECTLT HARMLESS! 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