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r. i, POSSON A SON,
t MrM Portland, Orvaon,
GOULD'S READY MONEY.
I ItU i
Put that i'nyour pipe
- and moKe it r
Price otiht to Ik; one of the
least considerations when buy
ing smoking tolxtcca If you
want the lxst arulrc willing to
nay a few wnts extra, buy the
Mastiff Pluc Cut : there is more
solid comfort', in one jmckag
tii.tu you can "it out Ol a
i .1 t i .
wiren oiners. rackevt in can
i- B I'arw TWaawm f ., RIWtnotHl, Va.
C. Glower, Druswist, Watertowtu
, Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who keeps a dni store, sells all
medicines, comes in direct contact
with the patients and their families,
and knows better than -anvone else
how remedies sell, atid what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the ailures and successes, and can
therefore judge : "I know of nc
medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fective work in my
Coughs, family as Boschee's
Sore Throat. !SCT &2
Hoarseness, at my store, who was
suffcrttiR from a very
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
snd I told her atxrat German Syrup
and tnat few doses would give re
lief; it she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her Jo take
s bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory 1 would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it saying that she
would never 1 without it iu future as
few doses had t'v her relief."
". Oral ruHta Any Tlas
How much U Jay Gtjulil yvnrlhr .
Hlenntompomric, ajc-it am erit
tt put him down at tmit tl!VO,OOi,000. I
"Ilwo u w not mneu cxrKoratod. Ya
snuw, wiw an bruki'M ami m th bank
ing ttutnes tntr. the itifltiene of hi
roatiy money lie htm roi the host mon
ey tn Ihe country; It in all U.mlJ nmnn
What do yon uinw by liquid monorf
Sloney .which flows lik a liquid lik
qiitckMlver, according to tho inclina-
ti..M .... .. . .1 . ... 1 1 .
itri nun in Agtort, ror m
ample, do not have liquid uumev; their
money is in ntl estate, upon which they
wnld not realise in tight time as well
as in easy time. Rut CkiMd money is
her in time of panic as readily m in
Almost any time he can withdraw
from the market l000,00oor can kwp
it loaned. Now, th bank surplus is
only 10,000.000. So you tve th pro
digioua pownr that rutuH-y has in the
mem ebb and flow of it When Mr
uouia witnuraws It, as he i said toilo,
though I bars no knowledge on the sub
ject, the time are terribly tight ht-re,
LTP Bow the rate of interest Men with
obligations are ready to pay almost any
thing. This money come to him in the
nature of his property.
His property is always earning money
in cash. If he rswtjve to purchase some
cosily piece of property, like the Uuion
nviuv rauroaa. n may nut his ttione
a I - . ... -
one lKlCkaire oul w ' iutent accumulate niton it
i ii.. i. ...
' vs unwinr, a mouey lender tn
the sense of Ktuwel! Sase, who lends
money to earn money. Mr. Gould lends
money with an object in view, in the
nature of a large merchant Yet he is
without the conditions of such man a
A friend of mine not long ago bor
rowed $1,000,000 from bim in the midst
of the panic This man did not conceal
his temporary necessity, but said to Mr.
Gould, or rather wrote to him, that
whatever interest he was mi u Jed to ask
would be satisfactory He says that
Gould said to bita, "Go along nntil yon
get through, and we will see about the
rate then." When they came to settle
all that Gonld asked him was ordinary
interest per cent Such thiugs he
does quietly without further remark,
and hence many persons who are not
very intimate with him. but hare had
exchanges of that kind to take place,
think of him with as much respect as
they speak of him.
it must be remembered, however, that
he has not lived this life and encountered
long hostility, and abuse to become
mere philanthropist He is a gigantic
merchant in tra imports lion. "Oath" in
CALMING WAVES WITH C-tL,
VeW An, Now rt.Wd t wiifc Apvu,
tutus tr This fuilMMS, '
Wh,,n hydrmrn1iifl (uletita first sue
gwtod to skipira who had sailed Hie
ir yoar. Hint ixinrin.r nil
Vewns Maml Manual Tralulng and Coh
ll Sahvuls as Wall s Cilia.
Practical education la needed In the
country as well as in the city. There
has been too mneh Itrain culture in the
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tnuiUhM wiitors might snvo Imih veaw t j P1 too UlUe sense duvelopiuont
no viirKis mo proMiMon ws huiglu.il to w training. With all opporluut
EDUCATION IN THE COUNTRY.
f pure Cod Uar Oil arttti Mjo- j
pasaphH f Urn and Sees la !
Inaoat se patstabla milk.- 1
CkMdrea aoio, It ratbar Miss '
otkarwlaa. A MAUVtLLOVS rtflN I
rOOUCI It la IndaJ. and tn t
Itttle lade end laaelee wtoe take caid j
Mf, mar be fortlfiad (aalnat a
ews st mibt prt5a aartoua, trf
teainsr ecott's Cmulalon ener tiiair
naaala during; laa xJniar sums.
rnitB laa Alpa.
The street between the wull and the
hotel was called the club room of Zer
matt, and it was there that my feelings
of reapect for the cliffs and precipices of
the Mattcrborn perished. For there 1
heard the story of Ihe fat Oe-rman hauled
like a log op the peak by four gt titles, the
rope tied aroonj his waist and fastened
to his Xeet with aslip knot, aad he swing
ing from rock to rock, smtpemled thou
sands of feet in the air and they never
bothering to look at him; and of the
Italian count who made the ascent with
seven guidaa in front, seven behind, and
one man to keep bis legs straight against
the rocks; and of the boy of fourteen fol
lowing is the tram of the conqueror; and
of the woman reaching the top, aild then,
a the guides literally run her down,
quietly steeping all the way back from
the lower hot until the bells of the little
church in Zennatt awoke her.
And yet even the cynic who laughed
at these taleacould bestirred into a show
of enthusiasm, and more than-once were
roused from our firt Wp by the
ringing cheers with which the men at
the Monte Rosa greeted the return of the
Wt hero of the Matter bora. And, after
all, there are certain perils which the ex
ploiters of the Alps cannot wholly coun
scorn. The wise IhmhU ki.,, i.,,...
Borne of tl younger Hkii!r thought
tho schema might U worth Irving, and
o put the thiDry lo the t,t. They found
it to witrk excti-dingly well; so wcU, in
rtotxl, tlmt in port here they told their
brother master of tlieir sueoesw. Stori.-s
of vcoaels having been ihvh1 by yw
nwtho.1 were told at infrequent IntervuU
to tho South strc t rvsorls, and were ro
c.ivil with much of tho dtnihting
1 homns spirit, finally what were lookl
upon as yams took t a color of verity
with a vengeance, ami even the oldest of
tlie akipta.m begim to Uheve in the oil
' The result of this has been that there
b not a w-eck w,. In fact hiuxllv a
any, ttux me mivnter or some vwl
drops intoUra CniUstnt'shvtirogmtlilo
bureau and inform liout Oittinan or
some of hia stall of Uo benefits he has
derived dj.iring the stormy wenther
which now prevails from tho uie of oil
Bo efficacious has it proved in a number
of Instance that tho attntion of sliip.
owners iuis been ralhil to that tliey have
fitted up their cm ft with sja-cial fixtures
tor the juniiee of fighting huge wnves
with oil. The Rriiwh Minsltip Kato
Fawcctt U one of tlux.. Tanks are tittnl
uxw oUvk for tlu Hid purpoee of car
rying oil, and from theiu pipes lead
through tlio sliip'a sido just above
Uie water liuew In ca. the wares be
come particularly thretiUdiing Cait
oung lias the stoptivks in the pijin
opene.1 and let out a bit of oil. lie has
found tho ilan to work extremely well,
and when running Bnils it neryvHiry to
end out liut one gallon In four hours.
He uses linseed or varnish oil. The llrit
bh suninslop Fjirnwell is similarly fitted,
and its otticers luve fimitd that the
loosening of even a small quantity of oil
lias Jkept the water from breaking over
the decks of the st"mer.
In cases w here ve'ls ar not specially
fitted for fighting mountain of waler
with oil. skippers sling over Uie bows tags
filled with coarse, heavy oila, which ooze
tlirough the cxmrve material of w hich the
bags are nioie ami has a wonderfully
calming effect on old Neptune. The only
troulae in these cases, say the skipr. is
tlut the oil is apt to clog up the canvas
oi uh ana so prevent rfcet pcrcv
lulion. This, t"uit. Ltrd f the American
steumhip Advance, foon.l out when he
was caught to a severe storm between
bt. Thomas anil tho tturhtuloi last
mouth, bo n nggeU np a big wt.
uiht ott uie weatner UoirM am
trvatea tho waves which Uimitened
to ingulf hu vowel, to a copious both of
ot, ana so epc trie criusimis from wash
ing over the oVxrk of his steamer. Most
any kind of l weeni to do the work re
quired, hut (.apt. lYter. tf the f!nti-h
steamship Lyon, has probalijy used the
stnuigest mixture yet retmruit, one
cod Uver oil anl iimuw-d oil. of both of
which lie hapeutil to have a big con
signment in h is canro, A counle of mil-
Ions of fish oil. aays CaC tsohulx, saved
the achonner W". H. Jwe frtun leing a
single stick of logwool fnim his deck
cargo while lie was trying to weather
severe gale oil Hatteraa during hia last
trip to this pi-rt ew lurk Times,
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f v-tasuJietw Int. Aodna
SMITHS' CASH STORE,
4il-4lH Fraortlt-, 1Sar Prsndsoo
INDIAN i DEPREDATION
LAND HOMESTEAD POSTAL
Tha-KXAldlaKH 'BI KKAt f C LAIMS
. . enuits rum mumtwh .
Ban Francisco Examiner.
If fn hav a Hnim of any d.-wrtio.i i,iauvT
li It ai! aljulicaul, aWr a
JllllJf WKPnXKHI HS, ManaVar,
SIS V urwl, H. M'abloi. I. V.
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Vlaalac Taoala. We. J' Vartty. U- f t fc.
V. tIHt I. ASS Kav"-
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1,4.111.11 U lIMIII
HAerrtaon Straat, Portland, Or.
OataatatlM at Vuaaral.
It is a sad commentary on a Christian
community, which taks that distinctive
title from a religion "whoo founder is
called the Consoler becaoae his word
plucks the sting from death, that it sor
rounds death with every circumstance of
woe and gloom. The distinctive mini
try of the faith seems to fail at the very
point to which it is especially addressed.
The natural Chriitiau tone at the burial
! of the dead would seem to be the cheer
that spring from the thought of immor
talitya sublime hope, a tender resigna
The Christian thought in tliat hour
should Instinctively dwell opon the sonl.
not eoon the body, and the simplest and
most unoftUnitaUoua rite of bur ml would
; seem to be the mt truly Cbnstian. But
the ostentation of Christian funerals has
become so great tiiat burial reform aso-
ciatious are fornxl. both in this country
ana in England, to relieve the poor of
the oainful and needless cost, which,
from mistaken reepect for the dead, they
will nat snare so Ion if as ontentatiou is
the custom. George William Curtis in
Harper'. ' '
Tbs Lara-a KatlaHal Cawatsrlaa.
The biggemt of the eighty -two national
M-meter are at ABlersoi,yiiie, ua.,
with 13,702 deadi Arliugtoo, Va.. wltti
10,300; CUaluiette, La.,witb 12.620; Chat
tanooga, Tenn., with 13,023; rreiiencits
bnrff Va.. with 15,273; Jefferson Bar-
rw-ka. Mo., with ll.ftl7; AnUetam. Md;,
with 13.!3; Marietta, La., with I8.1W3.
Nashville, Twin., with 16.537; Kalisbnry
H. C. with 13, 133, and Vicksburg. Miss.,
with 18,630. Of the 827,179 interred.
17823 are known and 148,65 unidenti
fied. About 8,300 of the entire number
are Couiederatea. Washington tjtar.
He 1 didn't get yonr last I'jtter.
She (poutingAud I sfjut you a ki in
it ... ' '
He How nnbuhlnesBime you arei
Don't you know thnt letter eouUtiulng
valuables should be regislerf-d?
H was alldVed to kis away the pout
France conniwues from 4.000,000 to
4 800,000 kilogram of raw ilk ancn?'.
ly. which may be valued at 220,000,000
to 270,000,000 franca. If to this be added
the value of the wool and cotton yams
oaed to mixed fabrics, the total value of
the raw material used by trie sua muus
try is found to be from 800,000,000 to
A lsaroas faraaa.
'Our organUit can stretch two oe-
tavea." . - :.
'Then for goodiiea ulie Keep mm
. , . ... If,.'ll mln ih
away irom uie uur. uu -:
trab baar." Eoocb. '
Hanth Traatfuant nf Jewa.
Kmuerou correspimdentH of the Jewish
papers writing from Jerusalem bear lesii-
muny to tle exotpun.-illv lmrh treat
ment of tlto Jews t the iiantls of tlie
Turkinh autlmritHti. "P-dintine, the loIy
nhjtlicr," as ono,of the wriu-rs says, '"is
casting out her children w ho com to
vwit her from afar, and Jeruxnlem clfe
her gates against tlaHn.w The govcru
merit tins iatuied onfors forbidding foreign
Jews who are new arrivals in tlie holy
Una from staying there longer than
thirty days. "JPalemine, say tiiene
tyrannical rulers, 'i a country of holy
places arxl anck-nt tombs, and not of
ctHiimerce," and to visit theoe places
thirty davs are cormuiered more than
enough. As a result it is said trade fulls
off and financial affair suffer; but ill
tne jewisii irnmigrauon aixcourageu,
while the Christian), nictilarly yiose
of the Greek rliurch, and tho Mli.ini
miians are treated very differently. Yet
in ralestinc, as elsewhere, tlie Jewish
settlers aptar to be good sul'jects ami
sober, onierly, indutttrious pople.-Cul-cagoXewa.
lVarnlns tn filth Grammar.
English grammar, the very terror of
pupils and tm purzlo of mntfeis, K after
all, nothing 1-ut the EnglWh language;
but unfortunately neither rmtu-r nor
pupil know it or thinks of it. The fires
and the best elementiiry lesHon tiiat
child learns, whether lie will or not, is
from tlie language of tlie educated people
around bim. A he grows older lie mimt
l-ara to moke hi own grammar that
Is, to understand his own langtmgej liut
he mtiat l l!i to do it. This help
can lie given with one of his very earliest
reading lenMons without frightening him
by tellinir him that lie Is lwrtung fcng
Uh graimnnr, a phnwe that terrifies him
more tlian the name of aay crtlicr study
inlto curr.-ulum. Tlie bchool.
Mapprcaalng tha Fraaa.
Th arrest of two edi(or lor printini!
an extract from another psoer question
ing the validity of the anti-lottery law
is certainly carrying thltiif pretty big!,
in this Iand-ol free speech and liberal
government. ' , '
Tt, I'umI has no obition to th
aiamnine out of the lottery comian!e
bnt the line should be drawn, it thinks,
at that rint where irresponnible under-
Im,! of the sioyernment attempt to
Mtnntn wit lhtt DffHM.
the Atlanta Cwilitu!it"i
ays that " thiai jolicy will not work. If
l,.(frie cannot be detroyed without
the freedom of the press,
the teop!e will be in favor of letl intt the
i..trt aine. tve canjii'i. '" v
yield our right to pek and publish fair
criticisms of public meaur. If we
il,l tha ridit in one instance, we may
expect to be forced to keep silence when
ever it suit the government to demand
ii w.rtiinau-lv it is no eay matter to
hnlMnze tha newsodpers of America.
The menace of fine and impritionment
will intimidate very lew. no mne.
i,t i-v,lerai ollicials may hold, tti-
newipaper men of the country will not
ai.anim their conviction thst an hones!
criticism or diwruswn of tha provisions
contained in the anu-iotwr? ' w wihm
with any show o! jumice ie neiu v a
violation of that law. If they are mis
taken in tide belief, then the law will
have to lie repealed or modiied. In thb
Kennblic the government cannot array
itaerf at'alnt the pre and nave in.
uptiortof the people." ,
It is the policy mid practice- in son
of the monarchies to inhibit criticism
by the press of Ihe acta oi government.
i.;. .,.,1,1 l, a enfo'ceinent. or the nllejred
mforeament. of the anti-lottery lw n
one dreamed that kucIi a thing would lie
attempted in the United Mates. Uw
Ion (fes.) I'mt, foytfNibtr JO.
tics for objective teaching and manual
training, but littlo of it luu come to the
country, and yet the boys and girls there
ueed this training as much as children
In crowded city tenement, Successful
Mi'rimoiita lu these directlsxi ar le-
ing made tn many country neighbor
hood. Groups of ladies ar liiangnrat-
Ing cooking; carpentry, and clay model
ing cIomsos and sending to th cities for
In these neightiorhood boy who
poeted to become clerks, and In eons
(liionce to leave their home for city
boarding housea, are Incoming impreaaul
with the tutertt a well as value of
tools. .Girl ar enjoying lesson iu
hygiene and the chemistry of food, a
well a practical demoustratiou of cook
ing. Sewing Is also growing mom and
more interesting, and th young girls
appreciate Uotng with the learning.
Take, for example, two neighbor-
hoods on the Hudson, near New York.
In one a library association was started
few year ago by stone ladies. There
eined but few people around who
could or would utilise a library or read
Ing room, but soon many meu and boy
gathered nightly. A sewing school wits
started for haturdays upon strict buii-
nesa principle, and within a mouth waa
overcrowded. It waa hard to tell wbttr
the hundred or more girl came from.
but tliere they were, eager to learn. A
boy' class for modeling and carpentry
tarteti, tnen a cooking class for girls.
and all were successful. Monthly rater
taiument were held, when an admiasioa
fs of ten cent waa charged, and th
rooms were crowded.
In the other neighborhood practical
clarae have also started . and are all
crowded, tn this small settlement ar
now being held three" weekly cooking
clause Tor different group of girls, two
large sowing classes, a dressmaking
course and boys carpentry clause.
Village bands and chornse are valu
able. In one place a large group of boy
are kept lnteretd by their weekly band
practice. A right feeling of pride Is
aroused when they are called upon to
le4 local procession, to play at enter-
t iumeuts, etc. Here, also, the teacher
of the village school has started a gym
nasium, and is training boy and girl
alike in the Swedish movements. Coun
try children need to be physically devel
oped by training, and taught graceful
movements a well aa city children.
Village volunteer companies of boys can
be organized and made a power by fur
nishing practical outlets to energies,
physical a well as meutaL
Interest in surroundings should be
roused. The country, with It woods,
rocks, tree nd plants, should bestudied;
intimacy with the beautiful variety of
animal and insect life should' be en
couraged. Through such channels home
will be made brighter. Happiness mean
contentment, and contentment come
from health, occupation and Interest
Country contentment will be the result
when young people, become stronger.
keep brain as well as hand busy, and are
Interested itt others. Grace Dodge in
On Kail tar His.
Writing in Century Dr. C R Gillespi
relate this iucident of a Sunday to Co
loma. Cal., in '49:
' A group o half a doxen Indians espe
cially attracted my attention. They
were strutting about in all the glory of
newly acquired habiliments, but with
this distinction that one suit of clothe
was sufficient to dree the whole crowd
The largest and beet looking Indian had
appropriated tho hat and boots, and
without other apparel walked about as
proudly as any city clerk. Another was
lost in an immense pair of pantaloons.
A third sported nothing but a whit
shirt with ruffled bottom.
A fourth flaunted a blua swallow
tailed coat, bespangled with Immense
bra buttons. A fifth was decked with
a flashy vest, while the sixth had noth
ing but a red bandana, which was care
fully wrapped around hi neck. Thus
bat would scarcely serve one whit
man tnt a effectually accommouawa
Tha Uaaks la the Barhslay tckaaL
Each pupil in th Berkeley school will
have, in the new building, a desk of
polished bard wood and a chair upbo'
ate red in leather. Whenever a boy is
perfect in all of hi studies for a whole
year be is to have his name neatly carved
on the lower side of the lid of bis desk.
This is an old Kugby custom. Borne
time ago the Marquis of Bute offered
tOO.OOO for twelve of the old desks in
Kugby school because of the historic
name carrea t Hereon. Among me
name were those of Robert Peel and
William E. Gladstone, rudely carved by
themselves. Future generation may
find some great name carved on the lids
of the" Berkeley school desk. Dr. White
says that be has some good stock among
hi pupil. Hew York nine.
A Valuabla Cat.
SL W. Kimball, of Preaqu Isle, ha a
Maltese cat which is valued a much as
. I fl. . t. .1 u
Home an'i ouggy. i u "7.
hite Mr. Kimball was away, th cat
came in from th barn and went to Mr.
Kimball' wife, -and after "mewing"
KtjirtM to the barn again. Ibis th
feline repeated three times, till at last,
Uo see what th cat wanted, Mrs. iin-
bail followed it to the barn to wnere a
colt waa hitched, and there lonna me
horse tied so securely that It could
scarcely move, and where, if It had re
mained any great, length of time, it
muat hav been severely hurt. not
killed. Lewiston Journal.
Mlslit Have Haaa Wordad tUffaraotly.
Youna Medicn Of course It will take
uie a long time to get started.
Eminent t'hyslcian aaugnier yin,
m- rir. aavs even the cleverest in the
profession are years building up a prac
tlce. New York Time.
If there is one truth which more than
another is brought ont by th tudy of
geology, it I that from tlie most an
cient period down to tne present uay
there ha been a gradual Introduction
from time to time of higher and higher
forms of life on this planet, thus const!
toting a kind of drama of existence.
The water of the central basin of the
Mediterranean ha been rouria to oe
warmer, denser and richer tn dissolved
(.alts than the western, wnueawmi
disk was only vtaible at forty-three me
ter photographic plate were ajfected at
i-liM,.OMna Atdvv H,u. Udlliuit nr olllWl llvlllS 1
s hbIiii ( emiiury ttlion1 levar ml smieUiwvV'
i.!..it .tiu.H llin utti-iiiM ill inula, ImI iIImi'iinu ant III
lialnlavom tint sir ttml art' Unsllowitl Inim ill
WMlur nf atictt s fetitim, Mwlh'linS nah'il Hitnl l
alutihili'lv mvt'MHuy Ui niilillt llil iliitiiier, A
rurlltvtiiu Mini iii'olltnMllllir the HVNll
wi an In Iw nltle'lx rtolnMho mnlrliiTiHiliii, llm
lottt'a Ultunaeli llltli'i It ImvmtwrHtily Hit' !
Mll lIlM ItllMI, lUllllllMI- 1 1,.!!, II lf 1 1 it 111 III
i.iuiMi.li. llv,,r ami iMiHi'tii tMicitlotuo liiHlHtla
Iml tlieae art' aimnllljr rtftlllitl Ii)' Hn lllllera.
Tli (iiiii'IIiiiiii ui itl!tlm itml mirt'llniw rt
llt by Ha u, it ml vlsttruu H rt'K'l
iHrptiiiilltiiiii ui lite ttVNliiin ertiiiioli'il liy ll'l'iui
mltiillnii ami uliv.lqiio art' lliua iH'lt'Uilixl itiiiliil
tlia liireailit til iimlitrla hy lliln miMi'IiIi'm k
vmilltA nlkl'i.ti la ul.il a t'.lrtulll Ullll llllintllH
iyiiiihIv In tin' .irl euat'a ol liilt'rtiiUlt'tit ami
ThsdlllVijeiies tHitwtttii sit setrean smt mililU'r
-4nti larva lliuinntiU'f slid I III) Olltfr Ht ilera
titA tn,, -
IIKItUKU AHOI'T ItV A I'KONCKH'
TIVIC T A lltMI.
I sm mil uluilns to rmivliips maiilsl tmlilwi, i
lmlvail that wmi lit Ik. IrtlUliwa wltliotll llm iuhv
nwary rulliiml liitnlltH't that uiakm lusla ni'l'll
pabltt. Ftirea, brilliancy Biitl tri titnllly evati
sr 0" wvaiutu It) aiim k s "lava with. Km many
Pt'iilurlca llm nmlliiai art waa tuvlmil abrnit by
minTl'tivti labtH) which It, aa yet, baa not aiir-
vtve. Thvbraiitt hir uiiinltuins mull la lha
twimlly ol luiraetllu tiauuinl iiihih tha innnlal
caliber ol lit srtirasa Imllvtilnal -In rt'lallmi t
mwlli'liia siitt mmtloliii) uivn. Tb tun ol thv
nlnolix'iilh wntiiry haa nut ;l dawiiwl umn hia
lltteUwmal horliuii. Ho, li'SvllnT with bin lilfal
iiimlit'hi mail, atlll hlbrrttalea In lb sihhI nl.l
tly lit Hi dark axtw, li" tl a bail (nriu
be Inulatltva. Me atlll bvtltivt " III lilnillim
bSlattirliui.vtiinliliiir, I'limtug an.l awmilns, U
lovva oi'tiliinil tbiaca n( hurae imilU'liie. He ill'
llk-tita In anHtlii'tlila anil rahuui'l ami ntrtaillc
acUt. Tbtiy aiv mualilt'nM Imlliiiieiiaalilt'i no
wtill-niitilaltHl lamlly, with t'lmio Inii'llwia ami
altltitiiliUI ilrvvlnimit'iit, eiiiintiU'ra llat'll aaf
arllbtitit Ihiiav latullv Inrt-a. 1 livaa I ilii mil a 1,1
to eiiiivvri: lbiy am Hit- Kill Vau Mnkli Dial
will eiiiiiliuit' iiialiiitilii'r liiniitHb UiU ami prt'b
ably Ihmuah Ilia tif&t mntiiry, ibi'y iluy m
nii in ma wnriu a niainry. I t-y nvai may uifl.
No nttiiiiimi'ttt tnarka Uiclr tnraulU'ti aei'tiU'lu'i
lliimaiillv waa mil viirlt'hatl by tlu'lr aiiltmiif
II haa liwl titiililns by Ibi'lr aalt. 1 liy am ilrlll
wil on Ihe almrv "I time, and Itnalwllh tin-
vlib and tlila ol o'lulon tbry bnva Itiliiirttorl
Irnnt Ibi'iraiitbn'iHitiitirtiltlti aiiitialrv. Nn. II la
nol In lliiia? I a lah lu adilreaa mym-K, bill In lht
tltliiklns iiiiaa, wbom a Ibnttabt d" mil throw
ItiMtati tinllftille iartuyiti; wlin tnVttkiitm'UilHf
fur lu own aaku: wha are wltllnr to hivfatlitalt'
Ihn truth or lalaitv of any nmiraiiloti, ami. omv
eoitvuirvu, win aiami uy it turotnttt an tot Kniit
atw til a flmllorllil! atlll dalainl rltlllwtloll.
To lhtw.tioi Him altatit-mra, but lha thlnkfra -I
eommvuil Iha l!ll"K"iii'lH' Hi.ii'in li.t Inieailiia
lion, and will oltiriilaia with ili-aanrv any uma
llou mil aultlrlimttv f laar lit biaik. whlt'h will Im
antit IreoU'aiiy add
Ir. Jordan's oIKi-a is at the maltlenoe ul
x-Mayur V aalar. Third and Janies strevls,
Coiutultattons snd preauriplloiisslisoluts-
nsnti for free book exutaliitn the Ulsto-
tacTios. in nitotB!'iia MiHiicines
are sold in but ttttu aitviicy In vault town,
The laliel around th bottle hear the fnl
lowlity Inacription' " lr. J. Kiiitene Ji
dsn, lltatowwneiio Medicine." Kvery ulnar
uavtu is I rami
Sii man can ninia tail bfluM who haan'l ail-
naut-vtl many ntna.
IT O0K WITHOUT I Mil I
That AiacM k'b I'oimca 1'itatraa are ap-
provati by the leatliiit tnaillcal ini'ii of tha
That they are the original and Kcntiitiv
porous plasters upon whoa reputation Im
That Ali.iiuk IWira l'l.Arraaa are the
hik-lifcl rttiuil of mill ii al aciaitce and aL ill
That In luxreitlants and niBthod tlii'V
hav never been equalled.
mat ai.u-oc s I'nai'i a j-msthm nave
nevar yvl Inilttl lo tlo llielr work utiltikly
Ilaware of iinilatltin. and tlo not be div
ceived by iinaniinwiitatimi. Aak for
Au.tiM K a. and let no solitiilalion or n
planation Imlui a yoo to accept a aulialitutt'
Ai.i.hm 'a Coas hii Itesms Hiiislm ef
fect quick and certain relief.
Tb world nexet alia ilnwu Iwlw ott s mail who
baa any potul abtntl him.
Has tnaraalln Star rnllab: no dnal. ao aatall
A Pure Cream of Tarlar l'owdcr.
Superior to every other known.
Used in Millions of Homes
40 Years the Standard.
Delicious Cake and Pastry, light Flaky
BUcuit, Cridtlle Cakes, Palatable
Ho other baking powder docs such work.
Of all ktnda snd In any fiiantlly- wholS
aale and retail at bedrock rlrea. .
E. J. BOWEN,
08 Front 8tret, Portland, Or.
Uniid for estalosii.
! u 1 1
Leiidini; medical authorities
state that new and improperly-
cured toljacco when heated in
the pij)e produces a rank vege
Tobacco like liquor can only be Improetd by agt.
This is the reason why "Seal
of North Carolina" is the most
populaaf brand of smoking to
bacco in the United States.. It
is made from tobacco, at least
three years old. Its rich mel
low smoke has neyer been
tal of Nsrtk Carolina In now rucked In Patent
Clolb I'nili liea, aa wnll aa iu loll.
YOU WANT IT !
OUR HOLIDAY CATALOGUE
MAILED FREE TO ANY ADDRESS.
SEND FOR ONE.
Will 1 FIKCK, 8AM FRANCISCO, CAL
OATAIIKII HAN'T II at DVUMI
At'l't H'A'I'lONrt, lliey rtiiiHi'J
llmlimi, 1 itiarrn la a 'imivhi
Mtuilil lllil HUM t 111 tllll
or iniialllulliiiml iIIiimi,!', mid hi nntiT I" t'litv II
yon liaw In tnka liilntnal reiutwllea. IliiU'al'a
liiiili ('in la inktMi Internally, mid ai'ln illri'idly
on Ihe blond and liiiiH'iia aililiii'i. Ilnlrara
liirrlit'nm la un unai'k nieilli Inn. It pru
ai'illaul by una ol the l"'"l I'lonli'laiie In Ihla
niuiiiiv (nr yt'srs, ainl Is rt'iiul'il' niwrl'll'in,
ll latiimimai'd ol llm ImhiI tonli'a know 11, tmtii
blued Willi Die l'l blond imiiner, ai'llint ill
riH'llv mi tile tnncntla atirrin'ea, 't'lie lrfi'l'( l'illl
i'iiiuilnii nl lli luu liiHOttlvnta U a Iml ui'iulin'iia
Mit'lt aniidi'tlnl nwnlia In eurlint ealnrili. at'lid
Inr tealliminlala (rtw, K, J, t'HKNKV .V I'll.,
I'morMiira, TnUilo, 11,
Sold by itrtiKlt! Iitlt'w, 79 tvnla.
Ilni litillda a ni'al In man' heart where ill"-,
iaillitiiii'iil Imtt'lie II Ununl,
Those poiupllnliiK of Horti Thnmt or
Itnnratiiiea ahoiild uae "llmiru't fruwAtW
'Vik'im." Tho i'iU'i't la extruiinllniiry, par-
titnilnrlv whnii liat'd by slnsers Olid aiieaker
for olt'iiring lh voice. ,Snm only la Wm.
V iHtil'le aw ninrtiyhlitiiiialylmllirimnl Ibsii
Hit' t'lieal bail lie llnda bliim'K niilw liul,
Formerly tontinco fllivwurs In Orogon pur
ohnsttl their tultutwo by the plug wlthtml
roiiHlderltiK l Weight, lull liil(rnU from
the Kant, where Hlitr lobaiwo I iiiilveranlly
tiaetl, rt'hiatHl to Ink Ihnae aluirl wt'inlil
pliiK and dt'iuniiili'd Htiir I'lug, whlt'h U
not only llm lieal tnhtitw, tint Piti'lt pltia! la
a full fvli'en-oiim pmitnl, and now ni'wt
tihvwvr III Ort'Rtiil Ua Hlar,
Tsv 0ns for breakfast.
Qtitli Ui metliod ami result when
Syrup of Fig I taken; it i pleasant
md refreshing to tlie tante, ami acts
jeully yet pniraptly on the Kidneys,
Liver ami Ilowt'l. cleaitats the y
em efl'iK'tuallr,- dixpels cold, himd
telle ami fever And cure hatiitm
toiiaiipaiion K'rmaiioiitly. For alt
n SOoand $1 bottle y all druggisU
caucornia no srnup co
ttm mnoico. eu.
inuinnai try ton
c5lf In Hfl frown
IT HA3 no eqUAL
IT IS THE BEST.
J. MOCRAKEN . CO.,
-IIKaMCKM IN- ,
aalM Mataar I la., PtrHi4 CaM, .
a at 4 Ula riaslar. Hals, kt krtaa
sa firs Clay. ll CtHIII.
M Merta rrnal Blraat. Oaf, I,
IOHMSTON A LAWWtNCI,
.aMu Miisu ,iou-
laiars' laflawrs' tasslHis. Naa
aa llaaat ftimM, lr ria, Kaata, Hlim
Cao'la. lOtlfL)la Walars, l,a
sn VaatilalMt, Cask Ssil', tic,
Wtlla It tttt.
131 flKlf ST., rOSTlNI), 0.
f'irtilra-tuia tat ht-atlii ami vvtilllatllif
buit'linaa, Ktin,ata inrnititad,
B ant an aitanl In rrary town In Hoto'H, wk.
Inatnu and Idabo lo II
PIANOS and ORGANS
Oil mmnttaafiill, or il.ll.l rimM
UiMld li'o hr italoirr-1. St'la ral tniali
uutla, m lor iwrtlt'ulara,
SituMi. rifra-ia A r frt?wtif, i-n.
MrslMli a. m,t t .iml fits I ui.,,s. iml.m. on,
a,mtwilatHt rtitilr. taut nttm ol taitiiMl.
-.at- f'laf. Vaawa
t tl V..
Sr l aMi thrrtiMFi--"! tlw atiHMnt, wtn
14 at any tows. tMAl-iaaa !""- allaf shwl. 'lav
Dm Bma Imltit'd, But'Nottir CiceiN The; Art Bcycmt Compirltoal
WJ (ifr tmnu
S- Hw Ih.t fmir ma! ! -a ana. il .ist.t.l ll in w ,a
HARTMAN MFC. COM PA My. Works, UtAVEH FALLS, PA.
BAKER A HAMILTON - SAM FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA.
Write f'r ( -af m..iml Ilte.H -t n t !;.,iut.. w(f.Kfrt.,, M., I
r;-Jf i yfTt v-v t,tua
I 't'!-rv-7srr'r,r'; '.-a wiimiii .
MhAmtnmrMi;tMUtiiut!j And " Hntt."
TN, OH I All. Hi H1 CMWIMI
tat Ual H
a4lA tWl UtaSHUt (1Mayw JMM4 iaMMHkl ' la
ass HWafa. 1 sMt 4k stl, f
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, m mm rwUayri, wtii mafc, tw4
W4 kf mii UrnmA
t HllV , fntl Im mIsx.
m HsS Wi Wa-MI
CrttfiMiarc CntMiciit Co.,
Ptff J I I Hi k nIMir-fc
ffititir rmmt fr H it'
IVlldiaaWMf un, 4
tttmin iHif tttt (h dfbiM
Mr 4 Ml Wr i tpmrUt rf twmt Mf
. CJUI'.0 imirFt,
kt !.,' 0,Dicsr",iu,
awn si urasiu
SB Br B t B ArfaaBB-
. fie Jt (Alrlrca) lira. HHIri
Ak your doabw lo It, oc ml lot rca Clamkts I
I'ctaluma Innihator to, I'ctaluma, Cul
CUNC0 TO STAY CURC0,
W want the nam and ml
Ainmut trvrrir ssuflrrwr In lh
& ASTHMA I'titur,.
Srnoo Opens (or Ircut ipnl 1st
H. T. HUDSON,
1 First atraat. rsrtlaad, Or.,
II1S, 1KT0LTEI3 1 SPOSTSXEN'S C0OC1
aa4 lor osar tllualralatl aaiaksraa,
M. V. N, IT; Va. in9. K. N. tl. Nn. W
ItawtOiuxh Mwliclna. Ittmituntendad by I'hyali ians.
LUrvswhi-ra sll vise tails. I'lraaant ami srrralilt) lo ths "
tut. Clilltlmn lake ll without objection, liy drUKiflsla. ll
s-k4 HK I 1
Ihhhe old proverb be true;
3AP0LI0 is dre?ber -hhn
royaally it-self. Try ib in your nexb-house-cleaning.
Grocers keep ih
DO YOU LIVE IN GREASE?
Aa a true patriot and citizen vou nhould naturaiixa vnriraalf
by unln- the bent lnTenttona of tho dar for removing aueh a oharea.
To liv tn Groaao l utterly urmecuenary when BAPOIJO la aold
to all tha atnrsva. and rvHsihAi rraaa and dirt.
i hi ...3
Bay to Own Goods if Tour Dealer Does Not Carry Them.
THE BEST IN AMERICA.
PARRY CARTS AND ROAD WAGONS,
Bt and Cheapest In the World.
Carts, S15 Up. Wagons. t50 Up.
OnimlPal Fire Rimlnna and Rttlnrillsheni, Klra llnan anil
us, BiikkI), rii rrli-a, Hnrliii
niv'iiiiinrr, rum oi an ainiia, itrnas tiooi a. r I mi aim V mum
una, ciiiirt'h.Ni'hiHil ami K
Hi-.ltluK ainl Iloae, Wranchca, l.nbrli'atliii
ltilra, writ lor urliwa, ror liirllior lulormaUou call oil or atid
Hlat'kanillh lirllls anil Pin
01 cans 111 rurtlaiia.
IH'iHtrtmant Hiii(illi, Sb'm U'l"'?
:s, Iimik im -h lnilinior, Miirlna
I anil Farm lli'lls, Kiislnnasiid Hnllnrai
K.r..t WaKoiia, llm larni'st aaaoruua'"
I T. WHISHT, Foot of Hlorrisoa Street, PC3TUK0, CD.