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A Fellno Cemetery In Central Kk'I1 KoU.
bed of It Druil.
A cat four thousand years old is not
altogether a familiar object to English
men, and can scarcely bo regarded as an
ovory-day visitor to these- shores. Tho
arrival, therefore, of tons of such
cats In Liverpool is an incident that can
not but lay a heavy strain upon tho
llrltish capacity for experiencing amaze
monk Not tho least astonishing teaturo
of this unlquo event is that tho con
signment in question, described with
commercial crispness as "a parcel of
embalmed cats," consists exclusively of
fellno mummies, aptly, but accidental
ly, culled from a catacomb in Central
Egypt. Thcro aro no fower than 180,
000 of those swathed and spiced remains
in tho "parcel" that reached this coun
try a fow days ago, and they havo al
ready been sold for fertilizing purposes
to a Liverpool manuro merchant, tho
auctioneer who disposed of them using
ono of tho deceased cat's heads as a
hammer wherewith to knock down tho
According to a correspondent, it has
long been belioved in Egyptological cir
cles that a hugo cat cemetory was in ex
istence "somowhero about" on tho left
bank of tho Nile. Ono day last autumn
a fellah husbandman, while engaged in
the agricultural pursuit of digging at a
placo called Hon! Hassan, discovered
this ancient burial ground by a very
simple process. The soil which ho was
turning into a pit which, on further ex
amination, proved to bo a spacious sub
terranean cave, tonantcd by uncounted
legions of dead cats. Every ono of these
corpses had been sedulously embalmed,
and swaddled so to speak, in cloth cere
ments, in tho very best stylo of tho un
dertaker's craft, as practised in tho land
of tho Pharaohs some twenty centuries
before tho commencement of tho Chris
The news of this strange discovery
spread swiftly through Uciii Hassan and
tho adjoining districts, whence laborers
soon flocked to tho newly-opened cave,
and set to work with might and main to
disinter its venerable occupants. Why
these cats had been mummified, and
when they had come to bo arranged so
systematically in their subterranean
quarters, wore secondary considerations,
naturally enough, to tho iueolio Egyp
tian mind in fact, "tho sort of things no
fellah could understand," but tho peas
ants of tho Nile aro keenly alivo to tho
commercial valuo of embalmed "cats
and dogs, and each obscener beast, to
which Egyptian dotards onco did bow,"
oithor as high-class manure or as a
peculiarly quick and fragrant com
bustible. AVith oxomplary promptitude,
and dispatch, therefore, they dug up
somo hundreds of thousands of mum
mies, soveral "lots" of which wero pur
chased on tho spot by local farmers,
whilo others found thoir way down rivor
to tho storehouses of an Alexandria
merchant. This worthy, being of a
speculative turn of mind, shipped them
otr to Liverpool "on salo or return,"
where they fotchoJ a triilo less than 4
a ton. I mis, lor a matter oi threo
"ponios" or so, n" llrltish "bono-buyor"
. has become tho t-olo possessor of nearly
200,000 lino old crusted Egyptian cats,
each of which, at tho timo of its de
ceaso, had been deemed worthy of spe
cial ombalment and houorabHsopulture,
according to tho rites of Memphis, 15u
bastis and Thebes, "in that caso made
and provided." London Tolograph.
The, VnrlotiM AViiyn in Which Discarded
Shoes Aro ITtlll.cd.
An absent Now Yorkor of an inquir
ing turn of mind recently saw somo rag
pickers gathering up some castaway
shoos, and began to inquiro what it
meant. lie soon learned that thero was
a market for theso articles, and aftor
leaving tho feet they como to very hon
orable estato and position. Ho found
that theso pickers sold them to manu
facturers of tho most fashionablo kind
of wall paper. So ho wont to ono of
theso establishments to got an insight
into tho matter, whero tho foreman
mado tho following explanation: "Wo
buy," said ho, "all tho old boots and
shoes tho scavengers can bring us. Wo
pay dilTerent prices for tho diirorent
qualities of leather. A pair of lino calf
skin boots will bring as high as ilftoon
conts. Wo don't buy cowhido boots.
Tho boots and shoos aro ilrst soaked in
soveral waters to got tho dirt oif them.
Then tho nails and threads aro removed,
tho leather ground up to a fine pulp and
Is ready for use. Tho embossed leather
paporings which havo como into fashion
latoly, and tho stamped leather llro
screens, aro really nothing but thick
paper covered with a layer of this
pressed leathor pulp. Tho finer tho
quality of tho leathor, tho hotter it
takos tho bronzo and old gold and other
expensive colors in tho designs painted
on thorn. Fashionablo people think
thoy aro going away back to tho medio
val timo when thoy havo tho walls of
tkoir libraries and dining-rooms cov
ored with embossed leather. Thoy
don't know that tho shoos and boots
which thoir noighbors throw into tho
ash barrel a month boforo form tho
beautiful matorial on their walls and
on tho screens which protect thoir eyes
from tho lire. Wo could buy tho old
shoes cheapor if it wero not for tho com
petition from carriago housos and book
binders and plcturo-framo makers. I
don't know how many othor trades uso
old shoes and boots, but tho tops of car
riages aro largoly mado of them,
ground up and prosscd into shoots.
Hook-binders uso thorn in making tho
cheapor forms of leathor bindings, and
tho now stylo of loather frames with
leathor mats in thorn aro ontlrely mado
of tho cast-on covering of our foot.
A Congo natlvo, who has boon taught
to road and write, lias just sent a lottor,
his ilrst, to tho Archbishop of Cantor
bury. It is as follows: "(Jroatand (iood
Chiof of tho Tribe of Christ, grooting:
Tho huiublost of your sorvanU klsatw
tho horn of your garmont, and begs you
to sond to his follow-sorvanu mora go.
pol and losrum. In tbo bonds of ChrUt,
Ugalla." It seems that that letter hits
tbo nail pretjy otfeotually on tho head.
San Francisco, January 7, 1SS).
To Whom It May Concern.
This is to certify that I have mado a
chemical analysis of the Great Sierra Kid
ney and Liver Cure and lhul that it is of
purely vegetable constituentsand no traces
of mineral In Its composition; also that It
is a perfectly harmless remedy, used as di
rected by the company. Respectfully,
E. L. Mum.ioan, M. I).
January 30, IStU
Sierra Chemical Co.
Gkntlemun: I was troubled for years
with s-evere pains in my back and side,
naltl to arise from diseased kidneys. Two
bottles of your Great Sierra Kidney and
Liver Cure cured me from nil pain.
Ii. 1). I'lKK,
San Francisco, Cal.
I'oey Per KceL Kdltor What price have you
put on that poem? Poet -A dollar and eighty
cents a thousand feet; tb - same as thoKas com
STORY OF A DIAMOND.
It Cost the I.iro of the Poor Wretch Who
"There's the most beautiful diamond
I havo over soon during an experience
of thirty years with tho sparkling
goms," said a veteran diamond merchant
yostorday, as ho hold up a stono that
i seemed to live in tire. From every
facet radiated brilliant colors, and tho
huo of tho stono was that steely blue
which delights ovory connoisseur oi
the precious gems. Tho diamond did
not weigh over six carats, but it was
easily worth $.".,000.
"That stono has a tragic history,"
continued tho man of jowols as he laid
tho diamonds to rest amid a nest ol
snowy cotton. "It comes from tho Do
Uecrs mines, in South Africa, and was
discovered by a coolie employed by the
company. Ills practised oyo saw that
tho gom was a marvelous ono for beauty
of color, and a dosiro to steal it over
came him. Well, ho did steal it, and to
conceal tho diamond abou t his person
for tho coolies work almost naked in tho
diamond mines cut a holo in his ilesh
under tho arm. Hut tho wound did not
hoal, and tho observant eyo of the foro
man saw what was tho matter. A fow
days aftor ho chargod tho coolie with
having stolon a diamond, but tho negro
"When Jack, the foreman, roached
for his soro arm tho thief mado a dash
and ran toward tho outskirts of tho
camp liko a deer. Tho foreman fol
lowed him, but tho floot-footod negro
outstripped him. Ho kn)W that a sovoro
punishment awaited him if captured,
and centered all his effort on getting
away with tho stone, whoso valuo would
havo mado him rich for life. Hut Jack
was equal to tho omorgoncy, and draw
ing his pistol shot tho coolio through
tho back just as ho was taking to the
hills. His dead body was dragged back
into camp, his arm cut opon and tho
beautiful gem in tho rough was taken
from tho insertion. It's a tragic story,
but truo as gospel, and only a sample
of what has happened moro than a hun
dred times in tho diamond mines oi
tsouth Afrki." IMiJiadeJjihia Inquirer.
WOMEN'S FAMILY NAMES.
Trouble Would ho Saved If They Wero
Not Dropped Altogether.
There is a lawyer who docs a good
deal of real estato conveyancing, ono of
tho chief of whoso grievances in life is
tho scant respect women show toward
thoir names. Tho fact that certain
altoration takes places in tho namo at
marriago destroys, so ho claims, what
ever regard a woman might bo expected
to pay to an exact rendering, and tho
fact that any logal significance can in
any caso attach to tho form seems to bo
quite boyond tho grasp of tho averago
fominino brain. If a girl baby is chris
tened Elizabeth sho will sign herself
whon called on to put hor namo to a
deod after sho is grown, Lizzie, Lisa,
Elise, Lisbot or Lisboth, acgording to
which diminutivo happons to bo hor
favorito for tho year, and will omit hor
middle namo, glvo It In full or by Initial,
or sign instead of hor own her hus
band's namo, according to hor sweot
liking. The task of tho lawyer who
has to trace up half a dozen of theso
signatures to make sure that thoy all
refer to tho same porson is not calcu
lated to make oasy tho task of his wifo
who has to soothe his rullled tempor
with a good dinner. That tho married
woman should in all cases rotaiu her
own family name, preceding it by hor
given namo and following it with her
husband's family name is tho lawyer's
plea if he is to bo saved from insanity
Frances Folsom Cleveland, Julia llont
Grant, Loulso Chandler Moulton, Julia
Ward Howe, Ella Wheeler ilcoxand
others set. in this respect a good example.-
N. Y. Mall ana Express.
TIIiKH! I'll. KM! I l'IIKN!!I
Dr. William's Indian PUoOlutmeutls theonly
sure cure for Hllnd, HIcedltiK or Itching Piles
ever discovered. It never falls to cure old
chronic cases of long staudiLK.
Judge Colllnhury, Cleveland, O., gays1
"I have found ry experience that Dr. Wil
liam's Indian Pile Ointment gives immediate
Do not suffer an Instant longer. Sold by Wil
liamson's Manufacturing Co., Props., Cleveland,
Ohla. 600 audit.
Sold by h. lllumauer & Co., Wholesale Drug
gists, Portland, Or.
Needs a good cleansliiB this sprint;, lu order to
overcome the Impurities which bave accumulat
ed dmim; tho wluter, or which may bo heredi
tary, aud cause you much suilVrliiK. We confi
dently recommend Hood's Earrapnrllla as the
very best sprlus medicine, lly Its use the blood
Is purified, enriched aud vitalized, that tired
feeling Is entirely overcome and the whole body
(riven strength uud vigor. T o appttttte Is re
stored and shn'peiK-d, the digestive organs uru
toned, and the kidneys and liver Invigorated.
"I was feeling vcrv much worn out aud found
nothing to benefit me till I took Mood's iariap
artlla. I have now taken several bott'ei, and It
has made me feel pcrfcclly well. I wai also
troubled with sores brt-uklliK out In my liiouth,
but slue taking I local's sar.aiMtrtlla have had
no (Hrtber tn-uble from tliein. Jhnverecoin-uw-iidi
d It t other, wliu have been erT inucli
beiM file-1 l.y iiUkI." Mhk Maiiy ,VZ7 '
North Water itrorl. IiccatUf, III.
fkld by 'l iruM lit.. 11. six for f. prepared
nnl b) . . I lltitili ,V i Iim-ll Man
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
NATUKi: IX CONVULSION
Is terrific. Volcanic eruptions, cyclones, rnrth
quakes are awltil v Hint tremendously plctur
cmiuu, lint scarcer tlelrtile to emutnte In no
tion mid effect bv Hi administration of remedies
which urodtice c"i uUlon and nirotiy In the al-
' normal portion of i io human frame. Such Is
I the fleet of tho Ui-faslitoiied violent purpa
1 tlves happtlv faltm more and more Into disuse,
and of which llo'tetter's Stomach Hitters Is the
wholesome, ileanut and far more effective mic
' cedaiieuin. Tliev weakened the lntetlnis the
Hitters Invigorates them Thoy left the bowels
, inactive, because Incapacitated by enstilnc fee
1 bleues. The Hitters, on the contrary, anil be
, cause it enables, not forces, them to act- a vast
i and fortunate ditVerouc. icriotuates their ae-
tivltv ntnl regularity. The lcr Is beneficially
i stimulated, as the kidneys nlo are, by this mod
Icine. which easily conquers also mamna, ner
vousness and rheumatism.
Tim fjnu.ii Tlitiit?. " Is there Biivtlilnir erven
I alKiut a grass widow?" " Certainly." " Oh ! vou
1 ii l it K so. nat. is ii, iitn', m
that lianK around her."
tiii: i.adv ni:.t mini:.
v ivied the ludv next door because she
! always eemed so well and happy. " bin? enjoys
life mid I don't," Mild the dleonteuteil woman.
' " How I would like to chance places with her'
At last she made the ncqualntaiici? of the object
i f i,.,, n, ti.u Is what the ladv told her.
1 " llaptu? Of course I am, for I ijujoy perfect
'health.' My dear Mrs. W., your fiTee tells me
i why you are not happy. You are sullVriUK from
, functional derangements. I was a martyr to le
in, vi-nrs. lint Dr. I'leree s !
vorlle Prescription cured me. a- it will you If
, VOU Will try It." It IS ffunrtf irru n hi.v rnu-
laclloii in every ease or price c,i.w iniu.
I Dr. Pierce's Pellets, one a doe. Cure head
acne, constipation aim iiiiiikckiiuii.
Little Kncouraeemcnt. Sottas Do you think
Miss It, would marry me If I asked her: an
Kiper Wall, she looks a smart sort ofiiKlrl;
still she mlKUt-
I Ii nn.hiil.Ir tliat whnta million women
say nficr a dall v trial is a mistake I They
say they Klioir ii) iei mm. lJuuuum j-.ii.-l"
trif Ih i.inst rrnnnmirttl. IHircst and best,
Thev h:ive hml tit VCIUH to try it. Votl
give i7 one trial.
When a female Senator comes from Wyoming
there will be no more secret sessions oi me sen
ate. The foollshnes-t will be settled.
No safer reined y can be had for coughs
mill colds, or tuiv trouble of the tlinmt.
Hum "llrmrn's lironchhd Troches." Price
L'.i cents, mold only in boxes.
The doc may have his day, but the cat cer
tainly takes the cakes so i.ir as ine iiissin is con
cerned. America's finest, "Tanslll's Punch " Clear.
The man who 1 iroliu; down bill meets lots of
people with their noses turned up.
it afflicted with Mire hicn, uo l)r. ,Ifnne
Tbompson'h Kje Water. Druggist e,ull It. '.!6c.
AN HI.UC.ANT PACKAOK OK l'INK
Including 15 rare novelties, shapes and
urtMic imported oioognipnic aim cnn
mat if cirds. This largo and beautiful col
lection sent, by niiiil to any one who will
do this: Hnv a box of tho Keniiine Dr. 0.
Mc La no's Celebrated Liver fills from any
druggist, price H.) cents, and mail ut the
mitsiilit wrnnner with vour address, plain-
Iv written, nnd I cents In stamps. The
genuine MeL'ine h I'HH are prepared oniy
bv Fleming Hros., Pittsburgh, 1'u., iitui
h"ive been in constant use for over sixty
years. They are superior to all others in
miritv ii, nl eU'eetiveneHs. A certain cure
for indigestion nnd sick headache. Ad
dress, Fleming Hros.. l'ittlurli, I'a.
There are some circles where It Is only the
man with the Income that can come in.
sirui: ciritu roil i-ii.ks.
Sure euro for hi nil, bleeding and Itching
I'iles. Unn box has cured the worst caso ol ten
3 cars' Htiindiiist. No one need sutler ten min
utes after iit-lntf Kirk's German l'iiu Ointment.
It nhiorlH'tuniois. allins the itcltiiic. itctH as
a poultice, wives relief. l)r. Kirk's (Jerniiui Pile
Ointment is prepared only for Piles and itcliiui;
of tho prh uto put Ib, and nothing else. Kvury
box is warranted
Sold by Pi-iukMh and sent by mail on rerclpt
of price. $1.UI tier no.x. J. .1. Jluck & Co..
Wholesale Audits, tinn Francisco,
I'fimder's Oregon Itlooil IMirlllcr is
the bt'st remedy for that d cad disease, dyspep
sia, for it regulates tho lymphatic system and
THY GltllMUA for breakfast.
The most positive evidences of perma
nent cures In catarrh, threat, bronchial
and lung Directions, and consumption it
self, mailed on receipt of address. Dr.
A born, the cIcbrated physician in thecure
of consumption, is now located at Port
land, Or. Medicines, inhalers and other
apparatus sent C O. D. for home treatment
for those who cannot call personally.
Faber's Golden Female Pills..
For Female Irregular
1 ties: uothliigllkuthem
on tho market. JVftrr
fall. Successfully used
by prominent ladles
to relieve supprested
SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN!
Don't bo humbugged.
Bavo Time, Health,
and money ;tuko no oth
er. Ptnt. in nnr Address.
Rnellrn tir mall OU TO
CClpt of price, 12.00.
THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPANY,
Western branch, Uox'-7, rOlt'l'LAND, on
Sold by Wisdom Dki o Co., PortlauS, Or.
i prescrlbti and fully en.
doraa Ug (1 as tlin only
of tills disease.
U. II. I NO II A II AM, M. I).,
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We bave told Dig O for
many years, and 'it has
Kivrn win pest ui aatia
D. It. DYCIIKACO.,
ukl 81.00. Bold by imiegUts.
.m.tr, aw rirramiur
cians B.nil for rf
Till ana nam.roa. m
HUi onTirc. .
r. ITlllS' sill Cl'U CO., UC Est It. (UclisiU. .
N. I N. U. No. '.m S. V. N. U. No. 110
TO 6 UATI.
flB0.ftrutM4 not I V
WEm MWBlrletsx "
El ur4.nl bj Oa
VjlZrtU Chixbal C.
A UKCOKI) Ol lINl'ItKCKOKNTKI)
Skatti.i:, Feb. 22, ISV0.
On the 11th of September. 18M I called
upon Dr. Jordan with what tho doctors
said was Inflammatory rhcttiiiulNm. My
risiht hand was the size of four, and I had
not l:ecn able to sleep for several night.
Dr. .Ionian prescribed for me and told me
to obtain some small bottles lu which to
put the medicine. I thereupon went into
a Seattle drug store and asked for some
bottles, remarking that I wanted them to
put Dr. JonHn's medicine Into. A lady
who was present gratuitously remarked
that Dr. .Ionian was a quack, I paid no
attention to this, as I lnd previous expe
rience with the doctor, who relieved tne o'
a misery in which other eminent phyl
cians failed. In just two weeks I coul l
write with my hand, and it has been wt II
ever since. The only object'on I have got
is that I paid 50 for the medicine and got
well before I used one-half of it, anil now
I havo J.'l worth of medicine 1 have no use
for, which is aggravating.
V. .1. l)Ariu:i.ni:u,
Kcpresontlng tho Seth Thomas Clock Co.
Dr. .lordni's olllro is at the residence of
ex-Mayor Yesler, Third and .lames, Seat
t'e. Consultation and prescription nlno
lutely l itKt:. Send for free book explniiilog
the llistogenetic system.
CAi'Tiox.-The llistogenetic Medicines
are sold in but one agency in each towit.
The label around the b ttle bears the fol
lowing inscription; " Dr. .1. Kugeno dor
dan's llistogenetic Medicine." Kveryother
device is a fraud.
Tlio Crlpiilo. Tlio Cure.
Ixiwell, Muss.. July !. 1S.S7.
The boy Orrln linliiiiMm, ii imor cripple tin
crutelicH, who ns cureil bv M JnciibsOll of
rlieumiilUm In issl, Is well; tlio cure Iiiim re
tnniiicd iH'rmuncnt. He Is now at work every
liiy at uiiiuuiil litlxir. IKO.COM.iOOli, JI.IJ.
At Dncuuisis anii i)E.M:i:s.
THE CIIAKIXS A. V0GELEH CO.. Ualllmorc. Mi.
To euro IllHousness Su-k Headnrlie Constipation,
Malaria. Liver (Vi.ml:' uts tulie ilie halo
ami ccitnln n-moiiy SJIITII'.S
rt.otlioSJIAI.I,.0IZK 1 40 little beans to tlio bot
ttoi 'I'lioy are tho mo-ct cuiHciiieiit btilt till lines.
i-ricooi eiinet fno, L cent- per Uottio.
nt 7 17 70, Plio'o-crnvnro.
inel ' 120 ot tuli nleturo tor i
cents (coppers or t,iamp)
j r smith .t, co.
Mnliers of "Ullo lleans ht IaiiiIs Mo.
If you must Ml Ccvn, Wheat, I'.uller nnd Kbus
nt prehviit prices on nup.t buy I'lieajier or ex
pect bind tunes. We oll'er, Inrltl'nr no titrlll', on
ol our leudliiKl'oll'eeN.'JO Itm full ivelKbt, fit 75;
Kroiiuil, ready for u-e, cbenper (iradi'M at 15c;
llakiiur l'owiler, fi-Ib tin l; never henrd of com
plaint; try It nnd report March, best bltj lumps,
bids. :ii.e; 50 lb boxes, l'i,e; It.s. j. While
lleans, No. 'J. but fnlr iiuallty, 2e. Ten Dust "ti
lb, !l.75 Kood to use, but we would rather sell
uu Ten nt "Oe, 'J.x 'Ma or :i5e Ciintied Tomn
toes, (rood pack, 1.7!i ense Corn, 1.'.I0, 12.10,
$i"."i a case that Iihh no eoli'il. Table Fruit, threo
Krndcs, per case (' do.eu in n chs iiiluil) $D.fA,
:i.75 mid ll.Ufi; tueso nro Hue; have cheaper, but
not recommended. Kimir, 1 1 suck, or l bbl,;
will you try this kind? Axle (Irenmi at 1 75 a
ense. Chewl ntr Tohneeo. nine. :i hrnnds at ilOn:
1 or.1, llicliidliu; LorlllnrdH, 10c; NneKi-tH, nt !!5c,
lull welKlit. hlioes nnd stoeklniji Men It nt t m i
Shoes, 5 to 10, nt (1.45, neat mid worth buyliiK; n
b"tter irrade in I.iieo that hnve proved elienp nt
UT'J; then nur 2 fo Hiinday Hhoo In lliittnu,
t'oiurress or Hals, that lu lace with hooks has no
ciiml; It would b called cheap hero at $11, mid
in some plai-c-H brlmrs 11.00. Men's low cut shoes
fill styles, widths nnd sixes from 5 In '.), nt 1.50;
were mmle to sHl nt :i.f0. but havo not found
buM-rs at ihut Ilmire. I.ndles' Kid, (loat or Calf,
button, In standard widths, only J l.fiO. I tho
clieniicst wo could recommend: hnve kid at
tl.'JA, but not so kooi, thoiiKli neat mid salable;
lor niKiier cost slides see reuiliar list in iimiie
t'lrele .Misses', one lot of over 1:00 pairs, cloth
mid kid lace, rcKiilar stock cost II to make, we
sell 11, 11'., nt 50c 1-J mid U'., nt iiOc, i:i and lKUj
nt 70c, or tlx pairs nny size fur (tlOO; Children's
stout iroat. calf or kid lace. Shoes, lit for every-
dny wear, size 'J, !!0c; slzo ;, Hoc; size I at 10c, slzo
ntiliioc; tne blK sizes nr nil sold nl iloiime tlio
money; they have heels. IiifnulM' gbocs, Ititlit
or dark In sizes 1, 2, it, either imkle tie or lace
boots nt LMo to :!c, us to size and kind; the nuklo
ties hiu llxht color. Men's '-lioso In small mid
ineilliiui sires, fair iUiillty, jier doz. C5e, 75e,lK)o:
better ijiinllty and full lo exlm sizes J 1.0(1, l.25.
mid line uud heavy tl.tW, all ribbed ton mid
exlrn value. Women'h Hoc); Ink's, not tuir liest
or our worst, nt fl dozen or 10c inl r in stripe,
tilnlli, mixed, while or liallirh-'ran, some of tho
latter used to lirlnw li'ic pair; try them If you ever
wenrStockliiKs. It costs too much to ndvertlsu
In t e newspapers, or we would tell vou of 10,000
articles we olfer ut 110 to 100 per cent. lower than
any credit slore on the Coast. Semi for Jlinw.
circlr If you hnve not hud It or do not iret It
rcmilarly ; It In Issued everv month. Address
Smltli'M (.'iiah Store, 1 1 8 front Street,
Nun I'miicKc'C), C'hI.
.Vkw HKCTIUNAL AUfH Of
OREGON & WASHINGTON,
Kevlscd to October, lto'j,
7, t'ciitM i:neii. 'j'Dfictiicr, ai.vn.
Mulled anywhere. Address
J. K. 0 1 IX A CO., I'ubllshers,
Jt Itf.AOM.Hnblur. Hob
nffih riuiioMjlliiriltturKKiis. Jlatiit InstriiuieiitH,
ljirvcst stock of Sheet Alnslouiul Hooks. Hands
HUjiilied at KHstern rricH. .MATTIIIAH
OKAY CO. 'As! I'nat Htreet Han Kranrlwo.
ttvcn stNTitM rveiiT
Men's Suits Made to Order,
$25 to $40.
Men's Pants Made to Order, $0 to $12,
Pond i cuts In stumps for samples and rules for
self luBrtMireinent. You cc'i save bit; money by
d null U( with me. fc'ttiufacllon K'uarauteed.
ARTHUR KOHH, Clothier, Hatterand Tailor,
Cor. t.'cl unit Morrison HU., I'ortlnuil, Or.
l'k'ue laeutlou this psjier
$2ST PERFECT M A DE.
State Assay Office.
I have analysed Hit. Titn-ii's I'imwm Iiakino Powpkk bought by me in open
market, and have found it tree from Al- tn and Aiii'i'tmia anil c ntiinlnp no deleter!-on-
ingredients of any kind. It makes line light bread, aed I can r'-ermituend it to
all wishing pure and wholesome food. l.tM IS F U.KKN At ,
San Francisco, ,1 unitary 'Jo, lkM. Formerly "-lute -sHver.
r Ohehqn Blood Purifier.
LkIDNCYcV LIVER DISEASCS. DYSPEPSIA.
A. PlJJIPLCS.BLOTCHtS AND SKIN DISEASES.
firO CHOS3 DIAMOND RtfAN D.
Knfo i..lTiUa - r-ilninc 1 .miles
ii, . , mi. i witt. yi
tM rS 'n ft1'1"1'' -"'. l Hill wrapt ' ro
i r iiiiii7irtinst cutini ii-ii'iiH. "rfi l -ii.
1 ss. . 2M "hm' tl,r unlouUri, htlmoDUli nij
w fTv 'KiHrr fur I.mlU'Vfn Utter, br return
fr initll. Aiiw iup.
KAi j'W iipmcay ror otinrrn is mo
t5i Host. KaAlmt t t)t. and C'hrnntftL
SolJ by ilnurclits or sent tiy mnlL
ceo. it. r. inueiuiie, wurrun, ilk
Cnn bo mmloraiy by
rnliiiiu: Ctilckens.x, A
Houses, How and
Wlint to Feed, How
long to keep tliem lu
the llrooiter, UrlnkltiK
Fountains, 1 I s o a s e s
and their Cure, In fact
25-fcnt iKioks. Sent
-to nny aildrcss on re
Crvlpt f 2c itsmji.
wiro remiiR, nous
Mills, Hone .Aleal and
all kinds ot l'oultry
m at i v j '.iiwujijn aaw
" Her (rntco of motlnn, mill of look, tho smooth
And Hwlininlnir tnuJcitty uf slop uud trend,
The symmetry of form mid feature, net
The soul iilloat, even like dcllcloua ulra
Of Hutu uud burp."
For her matclilcss look of frruco nntl motion, this renl benuty was Intlebtcd
to perfect health, restored by the uo of tliut uneqiinleil. Invlfioriitlno; tonic antl
nervine, Dr. i'lerce'ii Fiivorlte Prescription, whleli net In hetilthy notion every
function nnd ravo purity tiiul ilehiittflH to tho blootl. For tfolicate, feeble,
nervous women, It is an Ineritlmublo boon, belli"; tiiietiuiiletl ns tin appetizing
cordial and restorative tonic. It is invaluable? in Biihdiilii"' nervous excitability,
exhaustion, prostration, hysteria, spasms anil other tllstreHshij,', nervous symp
toms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the womb. It
Induces rcfrcsnlii' sleep uud relieves mental unxlety nnd despondency.
" Fnvorlto I'ioscrlitlou " Is a positive euro for the most complicated nnd;
obstlnato cases of leticorrlieu, excessive llowlnt, painful meiiatriiutlon, unnatural
suiijirosslous, prolapsus, or falling of the womb, weak buck, 'female weakness,"
antoverslon, retroversion, bearing-down sensations, elironlo congestion, liilluiuiniw
tlon and ulceration of tbo womb, It Is (,'imrnutetul to rIvo satlsfitctlon j' every
case, or money refunded. Seo guarantee printed on ovory bottlo-wrappor, nnd
faithfully carried out for many years. Manufactured by woitLU'a Disi-knsauy
MlsuiOAi, Aesooiation, No. CCII Main Street, Uullalo, N. Y.
Dr. Piorco's Pellets rogiilato and cleanso tho liver,
stomach and bowels. Ono a doso. Sold by druggists.
For a Stock of Candy or Anything for a Bakery
Alisky Candy Manufacturing Co.,
106 E STREET, PORTLAND, OR.,
Jobbers in Pbow CncoB, FcnIo, Taper J'iu'h In fuel, nnytliliiK you need in h Coo
(ectioner'H Hlore. Kulcbroom Corner of l'routand Oak Btrwit.
A so-called "Webster's Unabrldflod
Dictionary" is being offered to tho public
at a very lowprlco. Tlio body of tho book,
from A to Z, is a cheap reprint, pago for
pago, of tho edition of 1847, which was in
its day, a valuablo book, but in tho pro
gross oi language for over FORTY YEARS,
has boon completely superseded. It ic
now reproduced, broken typo, errors and
all, by photo-lithograph process, isprintol
on choap paper and lllmslly bound. A
briof comparison, pago by pago, botwoon
tho reprint and tho latest aud enlarged
edition, will show tho great superiority
oi the latter. Theso roprints aro as out
of dato as a last year's almanac. No hon
orablo dcalor will allow tho buyer of such
to suppose, that ho is gottlng tho Webstor
which to-day is occupied as tho Standard
and THE BEST, ovory copy of which,
bears our imprint as givon bolow.
tfif If persons who havo been induced to
purchaso tho " Ancient Edition" by any
misrepresentations will adviso ns of tho
facts, wo will undertake to seo that the
sollor is punished as ho deserves.
G. & O. MEKHTAM & CO.
The Wiley B, Allen Music Store.
The oldeit mil lHiwt lu tlio Northwest.
Kimliii. Sleek nnd ltelir llrox. 1'innoi. r.arliUU
MoiiM-prmit Ot;?nne. 1'iibll-beiH of The M luteal
I'atlliiu , ii JoiimimI ot lnusle (Hi pitKct li-inllliK
mutter mill Hi u'ikc iiiumc), i"Mi(ii innntlily,7Co
lieryeiir; Miiuule copy, 10c. Send f ir eiitnloKiics.
WIl.liY 11. Al.I.KN.'.tl Ktrt st., rortlnml, Or.