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teefcanen Recall Cold Weather.
During tho cold spell an old lake
captain and a Hamburg farmer were
wapping Res over a stove in an Elk
dont havo. any col(1 weather
these days." says the captain. "Ire
member tho winter of '42. Winter
hadn't fairly set in. It was in Novem
ber, ami 1 was cominrr down from
Tnn 'V i V uo, 1 . c.oulu
but off Pi-esaue Islo th
changed, an' I'm telliu' you tho truth
i-in T ?, , ...
BIT. WUen 1 Sav it rrnt. ui nnlrl fl,n o
two inch hawser a now lino tho men
was trying to coil on tho deck broke
Bquaro offliko a pipe stem."
Tho Hamburg man looked as solemn
as if ho was trvinrr to soil sroU in ti,n
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xiamourg gold mine. Ho expectorated
ju iuu uox oi sawuust and replied:
" 'Forty-two was jest good snug
w-intrv weather. It wa'n't nothin' to
38, which I reckon you don't remem
ber about. 1 lived at Willink, an'
was drivin' team that winter for Lean-
It wan so cold that winter that one
day right jn tnQ deaa of tuQ January
tnaw it was, too as I was drivin a
yoko o' steers into a wood lot, tho off
critter got lazy an' I up with my whip
to touch him a bit but I'm telliu' you,
eir.ho never felt tho lash."
Old Hamburg paused for so long
that tho marine Ananias, though with
evident reluctance, was moved to re
peat: "Never felt tho lash?"
"No sir," with another long pauso.
"Why not?" asked thocaptaiu when
ho couldn't stand it another minute.
"It was that cold, and all of a sud
dint, sir, that when I raised that there
whip stock tho lash got frozen in
Bolid, in tho air."
And just then tho stove exploded.
Thero is a pathetic instanco of gen
ius unappreciated in Hugh Robertson,
a venerable Scotchman who has de
voted his life to reproducing tho lost
colors to pottery. No labor has been
too arduous, no sacrifices too great, that
ho mightachiovo tho choico tints un
der glaco, and yet for mora than a year
ho lias been too poor to flro his kilns.
Ho lives in Chelsea, a suburb of Bos
ton, and among tho quaint, shambling
huildings, where ho sought tho phil
osopher's stone, is his humble cottage,
which holds a collection of rare eera
mics. Theso represent his attempts to
catch tho coveted red "sang-de-
hcouf," that wonderful tint produced
by tho Chinese GOO years ago, and re
discovered oncoor twice siuco that far
away Ming period. Only four speci
mens of tho Chinese ''ox blood red"
aro owned in America. Mr. Robert
son's vases show tho whole gamut of
reds, from the dull liver shado through
glowing tints to tho perfect "sang-de-hoGuf,"
and then descending through
tho scale to purples and browns. Pro
fessor Morse, of Salem, has one of the
most complete collections of Japanese
pottery in tho world, which will prob
ably bo secured for the Boston Art
musuem. Ho pronounces some of the
Chelsea waro as marvelous examples
of tho famous "ox blood red,"
and agrees with Mr. Robertson
that its attainment is a happy
accident, whoso chemistry ha3 not
been formulated. I hope this may
reach tho eye of some connoisseur of
ceramics, who will gladden tho old
potter's heart by appreciation, and his
purse by buying. Worcester Spy.
I Why Do They Advertise?
Tho man who conducts his business
on tho theory that it doesn't pay, and
ho can't afford to advertise, sets up his
judgment in opposition to that of all
tho best business men in tho world.
With a few years' experience in con
ducting a small business on a few
thousand dollars of capital, ho assumes
to know mora than thousands of men
whoso hourly transactions aggregate
mora than his do in a year, and who
havo made their millions by pursuing
a courso that ho says doesn't pay.
If advertising doesn't pay, why is it
that tho most successful merchants of
every town, largo and small, aro the
heaviest advertisers? If advertising
doesn't pay, who does tho most busi
ness? If it doesn't pay to advertise,
why do tho heaviest business firms in
tho world speud millions in that way?
Is it because thoy want to donate those
millions of dollars to tho newspaper
and magazino publishers, or because)
thoy dont know as much about busi
ness as tho six-for-a-dollar "storekeep
er" in a country towu, who says
money spent in advertising is thrown
away, or donated to tho man to whom
it is paid? Such talk is simply ridicu
lous, and it requires mora than tho av
erage patience to discuss tho proposi
tion of whether advertising pays or
not with that kind of a man. His
complacent self conceit in assuming
that 110 knows more than the whole
business world is laughable, and re
minds us of tho man who proved that
tho world doesn't rovolvo by placing
a pumpkin on a stump and watching
it all night. Princeton Exchange.
A Touch Watch Story.
On his lost birthday, a month or two
ago, a youngster in knickerbockers
who lives in tho East End received
from his father a silver watch, tho
price of which, it is safo to say, did
not exceed $15. It will not surprise
you to hear that tho boy took tho
watch to pieces after it had burned in
lis pocket but three days. When
every wheel lay in his hand tho boy
naturally fell to thinking how ho
might put tho watch in running order
again. Ho roust bo something of u
mechanical genius, for ho succeeded
in getting tho dismembered works in
sido tho caso in soma sort of Bhapc. It
is hardly a reflection on tho boy's
skill, either, that after tho mechanism
was put together it failed to respond to
tho winding stem. But tho boy pcrso
vcreeL IIo detected tho root of Iho
troublo in tho balanco wheel, which
seemed to interfero with other parts of
tho setting. So at tho balanco wheel
ho tinkered, until to his unfeigned as
tonishment, after ho had jacked up the
wheel with a bondago of cottou
thread, tho watch began to tick again.
MKUIT DESEKVKS IT.
We are not in tho habit of pulling up any
F latent medicine, but where merit deserves
l are always ready to notice the name
particularly for the benefit of mankind.
Wo have heard much of the famo of the
Groat Sierra Kidney and Liver Cure, but
lately we have received positive proof of
its healltiK qualities. A gentleman well
known to us had Buffered for years of kid
ney complaint. Tbe Great Sierra Kidney
and Liver Cure as recommended to him.
He has civen it a trial, and now assures us
tl.nl n ifoKflii.flll nlinlimi linn ftntiin nFur
! him, and that he is entirely cured. Thanks
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iu juur ivnt uiiu rtuiuiiiiuu iccuiuio join
ed. Jttrish Times and observer, San
San Fkancisco, January 7.
Sierra Chemical Co. '
, U 1 t,J..tii,.t . l
Guxtlemex: I have used your Great
Sierra Kidney and Liver
Cure with won-
I derful satl-faction, and can re oinmeml it
nuiy lor kidney anil liver disorders.
Firm of Livingston & Co., 125 Fremont j
"It's not my fault,"
observed the strucKling
butcher, as he weighed twelve ouuees
tn Hin tirn Ttnnml, tt .tout "If I nmi't
U0,B c"us meJ-
DYSPEPSIA 1'OK SIXTEEN YEAKS.
M. P. Holland, postmaster, Kockaway
Beach, Long Island, New York, was en
tirely cured of dyspepsia aud rheumatism
of sixteen years' standing by taking two
Uhandheth's Pills evry night for a
month. During tho month ho took them
he gained richt pounds in weight.
BiiANDmn'ii's Pills are purely vegeta
ble, absolutely harmless and safe to take
at anv time.
Sold in every drug nnd medicine store,
either plain or siig.tr-coated.
The best cure for ole<y is to board for the
summer fit a farmhousu where jou will be
treated " like one of the family."
A slight cold, if neglected, often attacks
the limns. "Jirou-n's Bronchial Troches"
give immediate relief.
NlRhtmnr s. " I dream ray stories," said
Hicks. " How you must dread goiug to bed!"
None equal " ransill's Punch " 5c Cigar.
There Is a boom in Atchison to Induce tome
rich man t die aud leave his money to endow
a medical college.
We call the attention of those Buffering with
dropsy 10 the Mr proposition of Dr II. II. Green
A Sous In their advertisement on this page. Try
them; it losts you nothing to do to.
Woman (to tramp) If I give you a nica
dinner will you help mo put up soma patent
self rolling window curtains?
Tramp No, ma'am. I'll saw wood, carry
In coal or dig post holes, but I wouldn't help
a woman on window curtains if sho gave mo
u Delmonico spread. Now York Sun.
A Aast Field.
-wneniwas in congress, -sam won. jur. i
Mufty.of Raccoon lUdgo, "a certain pro-
fessor used to como miles to hear mo speak."
"Ah! What was his namof inquired
Professor Surtout, to whom tho etnftient
statesman had spoken.
"Professor Tootles, of Baltimore," said
"1 thought so," said Professor Surtout.
"IIo has since becomo celebrated JB.. tho au
thor of 'Ten Thousand MistakeaTn English
Grammar.'" Chicago News.
Not So Pleasant After AH.
"Did you havo a good timo on your vaca
tion?" "Pretty fair. I visited some friends at
their charming country home, Thoy havo a
great smooth lawn, dotted with trees, with
plenty of ser and hammocks."
"That rnu havo been glorious."
"Well, it asa't"
"My friend owns a lawn mower." Lincoln
"Disturb Not tho King."
Millionaire (entering sanctum) Hal hal
old boy, how do you do today?
Editor-in-Chief (inawhisper)-'S-shl Don't
peak so loud.
Millionaire Why not?
Editor-in-Chief Tho baseball reporter is
writing his report In tho next room, and he
has just given mo orders that bo is not to be
disturbed cither by callers or by noise. Bos
ton Courier. '
Nothing to Show but Scar.
Fred (to chum) What luck, Charley f Con
gratulations in order?
Charley (faintly) Fred, sho told me that
the loves another.
Fred (sympathetically) That'e tough,
Charley, after all your dovotion.
Charley Tough? y"hy, Fred, in the past
three months her father's dog has bitten me
no less than soren times. New York Bun.
Tbe Ilrloa-ISrao Craze.
Friend Is your daughter Jennie m fond
of brio-a-brao as evert "
M. Yes. She has just married a baseball
pitcher. Boston Courier.
An Appropriate Motto,
Dude Yeth, Mith Fanny, I've got a family
ewest, but what would you suggeth for a
Miss Fanny Tbe best motto for you, I
think, would bet There is room at the top.
A Grnptilo Simile.
The Joggins raft is described as looking
like "a big cigar drawn through tbe water
by two steam tugs." Any ony who has ever
seen a big cigar drawn through tho water by
two steam tugs will know at once what the
raft looks like, Boston Transcript. .
MI say, Clara, ore you going to Mrs. Bbtrn
by' iu that dress?" "Certainly. Why not?"
"Isnt it rather r 'loud T "Ob, well,
that doesn't matter Mrs. Shunby's a deaf
as a post1 Judy.
Fit. EH KKCLININ'O CIIAIH CAKS VIA
IIMIIN' I'Antflf! SVBTK.
Train No. 4, "1 he Limited Fast Mail,"
leaving Portland on tho Union Pacific
system at 7 A. M. daily, in addition to
Pullman Palace and Colonist Sleepers and
Dining Cars, is also equipped with e'egant
free lieclining Chair Cars, both first class
and Colonist, which run through from
Portland to Chicago without change.
Both first-class and Colonist Chair Cars
are furnished with lieclining Chairs of tho
latest improved pattern, are tltted upwith
smoking rooms, lavatories for both ladies
and gentlemen, and are lighted by gas.
i classes oi passengers aro carried in
these cars without additional charge.
Passengers desiring the quickest time
and best possible servico from Portland
aud the Northwest to all Eastern point
should purchase their tickets via the
Union Pacific system. Their agents will
take pleasure in furnishing rates, tickets,
through baggage checks, detailed intaana
tion, etc., upon application.
" You are perfect among women,"
She IkjwcJ her shapely head;
" If I am not mistaken, then,
I dou't need you," she tald.
! Could scarcely devise more cxcriiclatluc tortures
thmi thoso of whlth you see the evidence in
he face of a rheumatic or neuralgic sutl'erer.
J The agonies are the cnnseouuuce of uot check
I iug a rueumauc or neuralgic auacK at me out-
1 mi itfttt.-r. Mtnmoi.ii uittnr i.uo fniimi
by skillful medical practitioners to possess not
only remedial, but defensive ellicacy, wheie
those diseases exist, or a tendency to them is ex
hibited. Surely this puissant but safe botuulc
medicine, bearing, too, such high specific sanc
tion, is better than the poisons often employed,
but most unsafe, uot only in continuance, but
in Isolated doses. Tho blood is depurated thor
oughly from Uie rheumatic virus, and the nerves,
Nilvbtly impunfed upon, saved from ultimate
and direful Uiroes by this beuigu, saving medi
cine, which likewise exhibits marked ellicacy
for malaria, kidney complaints, dyspepsia, con
stlpatiou aud liver complaint.
Explained. " What makes Jackson look so
awful sober this imlng?" " llecause he was
so uwful drunk last night."
Six Xovels Free will be sent by Cragin
& Co., Philadelphia, Pa., to anyone in the
United SUiUs or t'ainula, postage paid,
upon receipt of 2o Dobbins' Electric Soap
wrappers. Seo list of novels' on circulars
around each bar. Soap for sale by all
I We will soon be hearing from the man who
i has ateu too much green corn.
AN ELEGANT PACKAGE
Including 15 rare novelties, shapes and
artistic imported oleographic and chro
matic cards. This largo aud beautiful col
lection sent by mail to any ono who will
do this: Buy a box of the genuine Dr. C.
McLane's Celebrated Liver Pills from any
druggist, prico '25 cents, and mail us the
outside wrapper with your address, plain
ly written, and 4 cents in stamps. The
genuine McLane's Pills are prepared only
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
have been in constant use for over sixty
years. They are superior to all others in
purity and effectiveness. A certain cure
for Indigestion aud sick headache. Ad
dress, Fleming Bros.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
A normal-school training Is not warranted to
make a teacher suit a politician ou a School
THE VI11TUK OF MEDICINE
TESTED II Y ITS EFFECTS.
Modesto, Cal., May 24, 1S90.
Dr. J. Eugene Jordan, Seattle. Wash.
I Dkau Sin: I hope you will not consider
,ne tedious if I tell a little experience,
8UCh as may not have come under your
olK,.PVnt!n,, Alu. f(pml ..,,.,- ,
I bright' red spot, about the size of a pea,
1 niinia ry Ann otiiti if i li it mwl ff tnr iiiidii
l.V litis Ull UI1U 1 11 J VI IJ1U 11 J L 1 1 1 J UU.IUi
It was a source of great annoyance to mo
n ad great anxiety to my friends, who
1 feared the spot might bo a cancer. It
' bcemed strange such a thing would come
I on my face, for my health has always been
1 good and I never had so much as a pimple
on my skin. I did not know what to do
for this trouble. There was a throbbing
I pain all the while, and last fall, when the
1 cold weather set In, the spot became Ham-
! fno riiil rind linrd mill rp.ilintiu.il un It. lui.
came very sore to the touch and hot. The '
pain was a throbbing, severe pain. Then '
I became truly alarmed, for this thing was
iiecoining woise, anu some unit! m reuru
nry I remembered that you recommended
M wuter for the eyes when they were in
flamed; so I applied this to my nose one
evening and was sure that with this one
application the inflammation was lessened.
I kept up the treatment a week, nnd my
nose seemed well. I continued taking tho
medicine for six weeks, and at tho end of
that time the purple spot was entirely
gone, and there is no trace of the thing
left. The redness has also entirely disap
peared. I could not be thankful enough
that I had heard of your medicines aud
knew what to use. Respectfully,
Mns. J. Purvis.
Dr. Jordan's olllce is at the residence of
ex-Mayor Yesler, Third and James, Seat
tle. Consultation and prescription abso
lutely "fiiee. Send for freo book explaining
the Ilistogeuetic System.
Caution. The Hlstogenctic Medicines
are sold in but one agency in each town.
The label around the bottle bears the fol
lowing inscription: " Dr. J. Eugene Jor
dan's Histogenetlc Medicine." Every
other devise is a fraud.
Ff under Oregon lllood Purifier li
the beat remedy for that dread disease, dysjcp
sla. for It reculatcs the lymphatic system and
In early summer the warmer weather li uspe
daily weakening and enervating, and that tired
feeling prevails everywhere. Tbe gnat benefit
which pi-ople at this season derlvo from Hood's
Harsaparilla proves that this medicine "makes
the weak strong." It does not act like a stimu
lant, Imparting fictitious strength, but Hood's
Eariaparllla build up In a perfectly natural way
all the weakened part and purine the blood,
N. II. -ho ture to get only
6old by all druggist, (1; tlx for S, Prepared
only by 0. 1. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Man.
IOO Doses One Dollar
TIIKEE YKA11S WITH 1IHS. DAHltlN.
Drs. Darrin have nw been practicing
their profession in Portland for three
years with brilliant success, and during
that timo thousands availing iheiiiselve
of their peculiar practice ha . been abso
lutely cured of diseases that had b.itlled
the skill of all the old school practitioners.
Cases that had been given up, and tho pa
tients who had b en advised topendno
more time or money in the fruitless at
t tempt of trying to euro an incurable dis
i inc. uiui uuuu runt uuiii inu tiirciura ui
lice frequently after a few treatments,
wiih now leases of life, rejoicing, painless,
and well, and crutches havo been thrown
awny to be taken up no more. In fact, the
doctors havo worked wonders, and brougt
lay, health and happiness to hundreds of
households. Their rooms are never with
out patients during olllce hours, and few
indtcii arc the cases they treat that do not
receive permanent benefit, as the follow
ing enrd will show:
Pain In Heart Twenty Years.
Mr. Edilor: This is to certify that I
havo had a pain in my heart and breast
twenty years, and tried many physicians
ilhout success. After four months' home
treatment by Dr. Darrin I am restored to
health, and gladly give my testimony In
his behalf I reside at Silverton, Oregon,
where I can bo addressed or referred to.
C. AV. Uaiikhohst.
Drs. Dnrrlii's Place of ItunliiFKS.
Drs. Darrin can bo consulted dam- at
tho Washinuton building, corner Fourth
and Washington streets, Portland.
Hours 10 to 5; evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays,
10 to 12. All chronic diseases, blood
taints, Jfregulorities in .women, loss
of vital power and early indis
cretions nermanentlv cured, though no
in references aro ever made in tho press con
cerning such cases, owing to tho delicacy
, of the patients
Kxamlnatious free to nil,
1 bo sent free to anv nil-
pi;-,,!,,-- ...mi i, frm.
i circulars win do sent. iTeo
dress. Charges for treatment according
to patient's ability to pay. The poortreated
free of chnrgo from 111 to 11 daily. All
private diseases confidentially treated and
cures guaranteed. Patients at a distance
can be cured Wy homo treatment. Medi
cines and letters sent without tho doctors'
CONSUMPTION SUKEI.Y CUItED.
To Tint Editor: l'lcase Inform your readers
that 1 have a posltivo remedy for tho above
named disease. By its timely use thousands of
hopeless cases have been permanently cured, I
shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy
freo to any of your readers who havo consump
tltm if they will send me their express aud post
oftlce address. Kespeetfully,
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C,
181 Pearl street. New York.
Beware of imitations of the celebrated Seal -of
North Carolina Plug Cut Tobacco.
iv Qermra for breakfast.
EVKKY HKIN AND PCAI.t" DI8KA8K,
whether torturing, disfiguring, humiliating,
itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, pini
pi or blotchy, with loss of hair, from pimples
to the inoit distressing eczemas, and every hu
mor of the blood, whether simple, scrofulous or
hereditary, Is speedily, permanently and eco
nomically cured by the C'uticura Rkmkdiks,
consisting of Cuticuua, the great skin euro, t!u
TicuitA Soai', an ex(iilsl skin purifier and
beaulifler, and Cuticuua Kksolvknt, ti-e new
blond and skin purifier aud grcutcstnf nil humor
remedies, when the best physlelansaudallnther
rcmediea fall. This is sttotig language, nut true,
'lhuusandsof grateful testimonials from Infancy
to age attest their wonderful, unfailing and in
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticuua, Me; Soai-,
25c; Kksolvknt, ?1. I'repaicd by Totter Drug
aud Chemical Corporation. Boston, Mass.
Send for " How to Cure tikln and Blood Dis
eases." ifcsJ" Pimples, blackheads, chopped aud oilytSIt
giT skin prcveuUd by Ci ticuka 8oai. 'ftl
Itheumntlsm, kidney pains and muscu
r weakness relieved In one, minute hv
Iho Ci'ticuiia Anti Pain I'laktku. 'Jfe.
To euro Biliousness. Slclt Ilendncho Constipation,
Malaria. Liver Complaints, takn tho safe
and certain remedy, SMITH'S
Uso tho SMALL BIZIC (40 little beans to tho bot
tle. ). Thoy uro tho most convenient: suit aliases.
I'rlcoof eltliet slo, i!5 cent per buttle.
lflQQIMi ot 7 17. 70: t'hoto-gravuro.
MaailllU panel blio of this plctuio for 4
cents (coppers or stamps).
J V. SMITH A-CO..
Makers of "llllo Ilenns. BU Louis. Mo.
Do You Weed
lluttons? Wo havo over 1,800 gross of Dress,
('oat, Vest and Ladles' Cent lluttons, worth all
the way from $1 a dozen down to 10 cents, whleh
wo oiler In gross lots at SO, 40 aud M cents; think
of that! tlO buttons for 0 rents. This year's
st'li's let us sort up f gross for family, or Vi
gross for dealers. Will never make sueh mi ofl'er
again. Ladles' Linen Collars, 6c; Cull's, 6o pair,
only in siiihII anil medium sizes; Herman Knit
ting Yarn at 75u to H5e lb,, worth much more;
add plenty for mailing; will return if over; It
save time; and ask for
JULY HOME CIRCLE.
It is a complete list of nearly everything you
use or need, and all at bottom city pilces. We
waul to send you a sample cony; all we want Is
your name aud address; no charge. Nmltli's
C'uMlt Ntore, 418 front Street, N. V.
FOR MEN ONLY!
For LOBTorFAIUKQ MANHOODl
Oenerol and NERVOUS DEBIXITYi
Weiknei of Body and Kind, Effect
of Errorsor Exoosus in Old or Yooor.
Ksfeut. fttbUaiMIOOMrallr UUnd. lUwOnlsrf at
4hulBl.lT S.t.lll.f IIOMK TKKATaKNT IUmIIi la dr.
Uitll rraai iU BUUl u4 htnlt t'outritl. WHO U.aw
IMMrtpllt Duk, islsoatla aa pfoara atlld (!) fraa,
AMrM ERIK MKOIOAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V.
i twMrtk aa full Ma
doraa Bit O M th lr
of this all,
tt. H. IM 3 RA H AM, M. 9u
AuuUttMm, X. T,
We have sold Wg m la
near rn, aid It kaa
Faber's Golden Female Pills..
on tho market. Mever
liy prominent ladle
to relievo impprtiicxl
Don't ho humbugged.
Havo Tlmo, Health,
aud money ;tako no oth
er. Bent to anr addres.
secure by mall ou re
ceipt of price, I'ltXl,
1HE APHRO MEDICINE COMPANY,
Western llranch, JloxCTd'OUTfcANlJ, OR'
Bold by Wisdom JJeuo Co., 1'orlUnd Or.
xFl HO a DATSH
Cures I1iomiti.y ..n Permanently
RHEUMATI S JVC,
Soro Thrnnt, S elllnns, 1'roM-Mtes,
Sprains, IlruUei, lturm, Scalds.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO.. Baltimore. Ml
O A Tf" ETMTC obtalno
l M I IV I J crate.
and advice KltKK, J. K I.ittkll, opp. Patent
Olllre, Washington, 1). C. (Jfcntfon this pajxr).
painless. rW LL3effectualT;
WORTH A GUINEA A BOX
For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS
Such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals,
Dizziness, and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite,
Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on tho Skin, Disturbed
Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
BEE CHAM'S PILLS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH.
For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc..
thvy ACT LIKE MA0IC, Strengthening tho muscular System, restoring long-lost Com'
pexlon, bringing buck tho keen edge of appetite, and arouniug with tho ROSEBUD OF
HEALTH tho whole physical energy of tho human Iramo. Ono of tho best guarantees
to the Nervous and Debilitated la that BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
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I'rotuirri! mill- III' TIKIS Iti:i:i'llA l. S. Itplpna. I.llllcuallllM. Eimlltttlt.
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Sols Acrnt for tlin United Kt.ntr. trAn (If inr driiKKistilors not kfcp them) WILL MAIL
jikkuiiam'b on ni;uiillT or rmuic.Zictii. a iiua. imkntion this oraiu
Season Opens for Trout April Isl
H. T. HUDSON
98 JHret St., Portland, Or
Arms, Revolvers and Sportsmen's Good
KXD rOK ItlW ILLUflTJLATKI) CAT A LOU UK.
history of tho munlcrot E3lt CRONIIlfli
Olvintr a full and cmnpleto accomitot the conepliacj
tho trial and vonllct. Tho book coatatna our 100 lllu.lr..
Hum. UaoUnro Hmo. volumnot bout6)pa(ro, prlct
si; H.6n. OI ITITHKHVlflIlY. Hi'rtd, nt once. IS cent
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llnve curuii ihuusnniln ol cni l.'uiu iulli'iili iiro
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all ajiiinUiiin rumnvod. fend Inr Iron lx.uk tunlin
nims oi n
luJraruloua cures Ton ilara' treiitmunt
free br inlfn. Ir on order trial, aernl 10c, In miinpa
to nir noitnsn. 1)11.11 II.IJ II KL.V .t HoNM.A tlan tu.lJii.
If you order trial return tbli adrertlacnieut to ui.
Will havte ro other Jobacco
Who once tries
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terT Catalogue d
Ilouicf . How and
What to reed, How
louf tokeep them In
the Ilrooder. Drinking
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and their Cure, In fad
than li liven In many
2&ent booki. Bent
to any addreM on re
ceipt of 2o. itamp.
wire Nottiuf, uoui
Ullii, Boue Meal and
all kind ol foaltry
OnEQGN Blood Purifier
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supplied at Eastern IViccs. MATTHIAS
OKAY CO- 20(1 Post Streot San Francisco.
The Wiley BHleiTMusic Store!
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Knabe, 8teck aud Hehr Bros. I'lauos. Karhuff
Mouse-proof Organs. Publishers of The Mntlcal
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95, SO, 97, $8.
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Scud 4 cents In stamps for samples and rules
for self-uieHsuromcut. You can savo big money
by dealing with me. Satisfaction guaranteed
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Mention this paper.)
Plump and rosy arc the babies
Physicians prescribe it.
Invalids use and relish it..
A picture of five cliarmlni; babies, alio valuable
pamphlet, sent on application,
Wuli.s, UiciURusoN & Co., llurlington, Vt.
It's easy to dye with
Because so simple.
It's safe to dye with
Because alvays reliable.
It's economy to dye
with Diamond Dyes
Because the strongest.
ifou ought to dye with
Because they are best.
Our new book, " SucreMfu! Home Dyeing," givinz
full direction! (or all usea of Diamond r)ye,crit free
on application. Diamond Dyei arr told everywhere,
or any color mailed on receipt of price, 10 cent.
Wni.ui. KicMAiitHoN & Co., llurlington, Vt,
THI 0BEAT 0VULAND X0OTX I
The ONLY LINK Running Pollmaa Pku
leeplnir Oars, Majroiflcent l)ay Coache
aud Klegant Emiftrant Bleeping
Cars (with bertha free of
ritOM WA8niNGTON AND ORKGON
POINTS TO T1IK KABT VIA
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Jr"utct Tine liver Xado from tk
Coast ever tbe
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
BIOOX CITY, " TCOUNOlL BLUVF
BT. JOSKI'II, ATCHISON.
IjKAVKN WOllTIt KANBAB CITY,
BT. LOUI8. C1UOAUO,
And alt points throughout the East and SmUv
eaat, vU BU Paul and Minneapolis.
THI ONLY XJHB KUNNHHI
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars
KKTISX IXXQTU Of BOAD.
And hauled oa regular Kxpreai Trains oyer Iks
jutus ueuKin oi tae nonneni
A. D. CHARLETON,
Asaiitant Oeneral Paaaenger Ageat,
N. 131 Flrat St., Cor. Washington.
AND MORriHNK HABIT
c ii rid. Tr'-lf-iT JJljififil"
tlally HddrM .iWDlAKA
MINKKAIi MfKlWiW UU,.
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