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v - -"..-. I -- I h .mruitlANT BILL. I
A Perfect Baking Powder.
. The constantly growing demand for Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder, the standard cream tartar powder
for forty years, is due to two causes.
- FIRST: The extreme .care exercised by the manu
ftcturera to make it perfectly pure, uniform in quality, and
of highest raising power.
SECOND: The recent investigations' exposing the
fact that certain other brands of baking powder contain
ammonia and still others that were found to contain alum.
These unscrupulous manufacturers are being found out,
and the consumers are giving them a wide birth.
Nothing is left to chance in the manufacture of Dr.
Price ' Cream Baking Powder. Chemists are employed to
test every ingredient as to purity and strength. Hence;
its marvelous purity and uniformity. Each can is like
every other. It never disss point a. BEST is ALWAYS
, the CHEAPEST.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
; ; ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
, : Alum, or any other adulterant In fact, the
purity of this ideal powder has never been ques
tioned. '" . - 1 '
erg. Car Thar. I JM m Mnn
Has ae) Cold aa K.r.
the eon changing?" aald
Bergt, Dunn, echoing the query. "Well,
a toth amount of heat and cold re
ceived and distributed over this part of
the earth 1 cannot My that titer i very
much difference, Thateoaons ruav var
somewhat, but whe n the end of the
warn around, and we begin to figure on
rroin ana m or neat and cold, it la not
ftn that thv do not iNmiitrKali.i.o
each other or come dose to it. How do
I determine on the lwa of horn .i
Well, by taking the mean of each
month's temperature for a crent ni.nir
year and flndinjr a normal: timn t.Zr
each day and each month calculation
re made to ahovr whether the heat re-
una uwn ueuciont or In furonaa.
h Royal Rakhi I'owder t'ondnmned
la tha Now York I.oiWUtur.
Last Monday Mr. Kelly introduced
the following bill in the assembly. A
carerul reading of it wilt how that It l
a very important one i
An Act to prevent the nee of poison
ous and Injurious ingredients in baking
whkhrm, Baking Powder manufac
ture.! In thia auto, known a the
"iwiAi," h!i in and other ttaking
lVtwder are advertioeil for sale a abso
lutely oure: and.
Whkhxan, Olllolal examination show
ttieiu to coutain ammonia and other In
jurious InitredienU : therefore Tua Piin.
ma or thk Statu or Nkw Vohk, repre-
rmru in iieiiaie ami AMomniy, UO eit'
mvv mm lutioftl .
bection 1. Kverv pan nr tumbiim nl
Thua we are enabled to give the chntim . podr containing Ammonia
tn aeaaona. For Instance, the animal onirN ,or ' tn hall have
mean temnorttiM f.. n.u i . eonauiououa label thereon with the
ly5U dcg. During 18J thera waaa .k VUon,t1,M Ammonia,' printed
defloiencvTf TL LI Photon., ot .mailer than
tnra or .hm.t ti. A Z. i I Tmrv'a: P"uier, y person who aha
lore, or about H deg. for each dav. and 1 I. or hav ir. f... ..u ...... .....i.
nL' w uwu. vr uecKaueoi naamg pnwuer with
out year there was an et m it. out uch abei therein nimll K nniit.,
er, and tt amounts to nearly 8 dec, for ' misdemeanor.
each day. By comparing records for k wn . fhis act shall Uke effect
twenty years paat I Bnd the same exceas Sew ork Trow, Aprii
PARISIAN MfcAT MARKET.
From Calirorala. I h. Hmtuu. Idaho, I
WMklBctm ud Dptcm to rortiaod.
Taolr nM Varr,
noui raraiM rrw muaa inn trononmnuoa t i hnuirh it nuu i -i.
to mir iTM.n mcl,iiio7 In any ot Uw sboTo-lj . J . . J""
nmA hUleo oho tlmin to pirtuu PnriUnd "P oau a oosea Bbopa and by a
, mum iumTui iw i low kdwi queoii'iiui ascertain
rlM luii ouco ad (4 MratiaoitoB eaarro.
RramiulMW 12 U. I'M. (kiani Mr I.
Uiol. But noo vhiierlMurt. and kII nt
prin( bMi the bmtui rnw. Ftr luriiraUrv ail
niw Ci'SMaum Kl Ett a Tacnr Co.,
Ku. M (Hark timet, Poniaud, lit.
"Two kaobi an hour" l a orrttr fetm, aafd
theiniiitiiuva ho porlutnl UK tmai MwMxtoud
Kor bronchial, asthmatic and pulmonary
complaint "Hmrn't Hnmrhmt Tnx-kn ''
maiuf.t remarkable curative properties.
I6oeola a box.-
Wont down with flrtn; b mlxitor
wko auuaoiod oo kit waf xo ',.
. Co IaaieUnoiSoTioiiJi. audttat. wowll.
Tar Ocbvk for breakfaat. ,
proviaion in Pari, the task, how
ever, i not quit ao easy a at flret aiirbt
f per. la tha price of meat, for io-
acaooe, uiexa la no ttaadard apparent
If you ask the price of a leg of mutton
in the Saint Honor quarter, tbe butcher
wm let you hare tha Joint at about
tventy-foar cenu a pound. In the
Utatapa Elyaeea quarter I bare been
a&ked. at a faahionable batcher', far a
aimuar joint, uiuty-eight centa. uoder
pretext utat it was pro aaJeUmb fed
on aait ntarshea, or Southdown, which
i men humbug. I liave dined in the
evening wita a French family in the
Montmartra auarter, and on admiring
tn toouuioaieaea of Ue gigot which
tlio French roast to perfection I haTa
been informed it there cost eighteen
cents a pound! Now mark that these
three precisely similar joints were each
bought in a butcher's shop, and not bar
gained for tn a market, where competi
tion often lower the price. Yet even in
these three case I found a difference of
above 100 per cent :
Tlieae fashionable dealer lay out their
meat tn the moKt tempting manner on
white marble slab. It iscut into the moat
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a nticwg portions, and displayed in such
physician. - He finally, after trying cJean uad delicate way aa to render the
everything:, said stomach was about f8'1' il P1"4"' i"- The shop
worn out. and that I would have to ruby colored, dainty bit
cease eating solid food for a time at Z?,,?- TT witn
least, T wi r oreok- th.r I whU whh em. very clean
. L r?" ,, 17 appearance. I he oulsi.le is hur hlT irilL
not work. Finally on the mom- STred railmga, and the favorite 2
menoauon oi a menu wno naa nsed auch a tha U-g of mutton, are hung op
jvui picpaiauuos in row, enveloped, like bouquets, in cut
A worn-out with beneficial re- paper, and decorated with green bay
suits, I procured leave and pink paper roees. Artificial
Stomach. bottle of A urns t Bower are strewed amongst loin and
Flower, and com-1 shoulders of mutton; and cutlet, divest-
menced using it It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects fiom what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dedejuck,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St George's, S. C,
writes: ' I have nsed your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
That Help, to Cur
taste of the
COD LIVER OIL
is dissipated in
or Pure Cod Liter Oil with
OF XI2h3 AND BOOA.
The patient suffering from
HUO4 HITI, TM CiH, COLA,
Hlo l lH tUht'.aktu, mar taae Ut
roDKMlr wuh aa much miMhcHoo. as )
would take milk, I'D j-alclans ara prmKTlb.
In Itmorywaor. UitMnM.
aaSsw sarftil awfc arsawr. Tukmmmtrtmrr
riMOIAH DfpncbAflON '
PENSION T" PATEMTi"
PH ' HOMfSYCAO " griftf ft
Tbs"KZaBlIIIlt" SFBKAD f CLAIM
rWDBS TMS DIBSTTIOW OF
an Franolaoo Examlnar.
If yna hay s claim of any SMnrlpikm wliatawrvr
aaaluat Ul Vnltwfl tat Oavviuinaiil and
wlato II afwadllr adjuilloaui. adlraft
JOHN WSIIKKIICHN Msaacsr,
til r WWWt, It. W. WaPhlnat.n. I. !.
raiEB i MM,
ft Morrison Straat, Portland, Of,
. ; sK S4.
1 ( ft doiibl m)l. Im;1 I
Si va ThM Mwi, romaiut, (.Jr.
ed of gros fat, lie ready to be dressed,
bua every other object likely to tud
sad orercome tb unsigbUiness of the
trade is cunningly paraded to invite cue
torn. I bae even seen a small calf,
opened and thoroughly cleansed, bung
up to a most becoming manner, while a
red of apparently fine lace, entirely
made, or rather cut. out of a certain por
tion oi its inside, tuts been gracefully
tarown orer tbe carcass.
The meat eaten in Pari is divided Into
two parts that brought as Ureetock,
slaughtered and cat up in tbe Paris abat
toirs, or slaughter bouses, and that cut
Dp in tbe provinces, the coarse piece of
which are eaten on tbe spot, and the
best forwarded by expre train to tbe
ilailes, or Central markets, aad from
there sent to the butchers' shops.
The charcutier, or pork butcher, fol
low a trad almost usknown to us. At
bis shop every object of pig meat, potted
meat and other appetizing article for
breakfast and lunch may be purchased,
as well a turkeys, capons, and even par
tridges stuffed with truffles, at certain
easoos of the year. You can here buya
single Mice of bam or a sausage, cooked
or uncooked, iou mar purchase a first
rate pata de Strasburg for , or obtain a
alma of it for twenty cent. Truffles.
olive, sardines, tongue and cotelettes
of every description, pigs' feet, bread
crumbed and truffled, lie ready for bnme
diata cooking; cold roast pork, sausage
mad of wild boar, ana a hundred other
luxuries tempt you, and always stand en
ticingly placed to wbet your appetite.
The average market price of pork last
year was sixteen cents a pound. As for
tha meat, this is, of course, tbe wholesale
price current by auction at the central
Fish, though . it may appear extraor
dinary, can be found even frenber bore
than in London. Since the establish
ment of railways all the French fishing
town have apparently agreed to send up
out nine-ten tha of their take to tbe
French metropolis. Add to this an al
most incredible supply daily received
from England and Belgium, a well as tbe
produce of the Freuch rivers, and the
ample quantities of this delicacy may, to
a certain extent, be accounted for. .Paris
Letter in New York Star.
Vautured m Surmiaa.
"Susie," said Willie to his sister, "what
are Blackfeet Indians!" .
"What are what?" -
"I don't know, I'm sure," said Susie,
"what the expression can mean, unle
those wicked trader bav been selling
the poor Indians some of the hosiery that
f warranted not to fade." Merchant
Travelar. - - ...
Our old and valued friend, Resolution,
called on u last evening,
-. "How'r you fixed?" we asked.
"Broke." said ba Wasbimrtnn Past. ,
or deficiency taking place.
cold snaps durimr the nasi win.
ter were of short duration, but they
were ufflciently sever to overcome the
excess of heat gained for ten or fifteen
day, and it often occur that the tem
perature will run down to 8 or 10
above sero and remain there long enough
for solid ioe to form. Should that OfHuir
early in the season and ice remain on tho
ground, people would say it was a cold
winter, but no matter how oulii it ma
be, if there is no ice or snow, then the
old cry is heard about our grandfather
day. Now the season bow little or no
change, except that the cold spells are
shorter, more sever and come later in
th season, thus admitting a greater
number of day of moderate cold. Th
same applie to the summer month. So
uiat make it Imperative for people who
balance heat and cold by feeling or mem
ory to change their method. The high
est mean annual temperature for th
past nineteen year is 63.fi and th lowest
4S., making a rang of only 4.3. Thia
fully verifies tbe statement that the same
amount of heat and cold is received, and
that if any change ha taken place it
uuh u at irregular interval.
"I w receive our usual contribu
tions of snowf
"For th year 1888 there was a trifle
nort or four feet, and for 1889 to date
two feet seven inches. Thia show a ma
terial shortage of snow In comparison
with previous years and a decided in-
ease in rainfall. "
"It is laid that Professor TvndaU and
others ascribe the abundance of rain and
warm weather this season to a change in
in the course of the Gulf Stream, which
brings its current nearer to our coast
Do you consider such to be the caser
No. In the first place, there is noth
ing on record to show that there ba
been any change, except of a temnorarv
nature, in the course of the stream, and
then the only information is based ou a
report from one captain, who, while
crossing tbe Gulf Stream near latitude 83
deg., found the temperature of the
water in one place, that was about twenty
mile west of the stream, to be th sam
temperature as that noted while in th
stream center. Even should there be a
change and the warm current run 100
mile nearer our coast, it would not ma
terially change our climate only at such
time aa tbe wind would blow on shore
for an indefinite period, as all the storms
pass from our shores to the northeast,
and th prevailing wind blowing from
the southwest would of itself dispose of
the theory of any change in the Gulf
Stream as affecting our climate,
"The aame weather condition that ex
ist in thia section prevail everywhere
east of tbe Mississippi, ane can readily
bacribd to the unusual number ot
storms crossing from the southwest over
the lake into Canada, cutting off cold
wave and allowing high barometric
pressure to bold full way over th
southern states, both forces tending to
increase the beat all along the line from
the Miasweinpi to the Atlantic and from
tbe Gulf of Mexico to the lake. The
mild climate of the British Isles is just
ly attributed to the Gulf Stream: there
the prevailing winds are from the ocean,
from west to east, carrying with them
tha warm, moist atmosphere created by
tbe stream. Now our prevailing winds
are off shore and the Gulf Stream can
never produce such an effect on this side
of the ocean until the earth rotates in
the opposite direction and our storm
come from the eaxt instead of the west."
1 w, m.
In Algeria every girl born of native
parent la tattooed on her forehead be
tween tit eyimiw and just at th root
of tlie nose with a cross formed of sev
eral straight line' of mall star running
dw together. The tattoo mark ar
a dark blue color. Algerian women ar
Kino ronnlilrrnhly tattooed on th hsckl
of the ii' hands, thoir forearms and cheat
aa well an on their shoulder, their wrist
Mug egpectnlly nUurned with drawinc
representing bracelet and Oo wen strung
togetuer. a a rule, women are th op
erator, and it is principally on children
between tlm age of 7 and 9 that they
have to exercise their art Tby uh
sometime noedlo, but mora frequently
a Barbary fig tree thorn. They employ
kohl a a coloring substance. It 1m a
ktud of flu powder made from sulphur
of atitimony, which 1 also In great re
quest by th Algerian women for the
purpose of face painting. Chicago IIr-
About Monay Making,
No on who has any experinno can
doubt that money Is on of th great
practical tore or organised society,
The poor boy who resolves to "mak
money" I not necessarily mercenary In
hi spirit or low In bis alma To gain a
(uotnoid ny tlie ownership of nronertv Is
simpiy one step on tn road to luooess.
That gained, he ha sained a ureal lever.
Every nrgetic, aspiring American boy
may rightly and naturally look forward
to the accumulation of property. But to
TUB WKNTKKK TTI.Ktf CBOSKN
With avarv alvMitm nl mmIimHii. Inh f. -
Wnt a new dotnaml la hmi1 fur Miw.it'
iHnntaea miier. mhwit pp!l rvslnn ra tra.
iuviim7 irmm Mmnniiui man ouier twiiita lwsu
Um on account of lb ailaama whin rlM from
ViMaslnaaa at Psklnc,
In an article under tills heading a r
eent number of His North China Herald,
published at Shanghai, tayst "Va learn
from reking that there is a feeling there wish for money, to seek It, or to us it In
or great uneasiness a to tha stability of elfish, base spirit, to mak it In itself
wing m uuna. me young emperor the nratamlmostlinporiantobjectof life,
and empress ar believed to be unhickv. I contemmlbl and degraded msnluuvl
a there has been nothing but disaster Think about making money then; think
inos their accession. There is noloy- about it earnestly and with fixed deter-
alty in China, iu our sense of th word, initiation to do its but think quiU as
and there are great fear that trouble seriously of other and higher thing to
win arise i rum uio general distress tnev- o none, country Gentleman.
itauie in ima coming winter, and that if
there were any men of eminence who
saw any advantage to be gained from
raising a rebellion it would go hard with
the present dynasty, Th misfortune
that have happeued since th present
emperor's accession have rcvivml ih Hi.
oontont tlutt was felt at tha irrovnUrifw I nllr, land, partlnulariy aimi I ha
1 uu" , " "V " irregularity I bank l riven thai tn ( ki rwabaisT Th
iu uis succession, which rouna It eat- I yii-uiiuri or aniline anusranl annn IMraa.
pression at the time, aa will ba rsmam. I S?J do"! llr know, that ihs tuiiom
f , 7 .. V, . . remem- I amnl U.nnly nun niiun sgatiuK nslarl
urtvu, in iua suiciue oi one Of in 00- I r eiwnsss oi tn Moniar, llimr ami
anra W,wuiM.n.il.u.u... I lwl, uiwklch cllmllrhiiiM,tutinauit
the naval authorities that no treaty port I h.ll- tVMmusnOy h pitnm tn wumata ntn
in the empire ouirht to be left without a ! ?!!l"ur!:.'l,!. nr1?" nd jwwsnUv
- - , . wiuj iw minnaia mania, anil
man-of-war this winter. There la no u(ui to keep on haud s mtaraUTs ami on-
peciai antipathy to foreigner, but their rl "r? 'P"r os rsum uwo
safety may easily be involved in som u, 1 ,
. : .l... ' ... - I !-I'll par oo, I'll sls run ml word
.- uiat may arise irora cause en- I Bas-WaH, I r.th.r yu would kWp ,our word.
wrij uueuuneciea witn tneir presence.
, A rhooajrapk, Daana.
Last evening the Carson wheelmsn
gave a phonograph hall in this city, at
armory nun. tietween each danc Edi
son's perfected phonofrraph iilaved d
tightful melodies. The guest of th club
were sole to listen to Schubert serenade
from Gilmore' band; selections from th
popular operas by the First regiment
band in San Frauciaco; a piano solo by
Mrs. Louis disss. San Francisco; a letter
from Thomas Edison, in London; a latter
from Bill Nye to the editor of Th Morn
ing Appeal; a recitation by George
Bromley, of San Francisco; the voices
of Gen. Boulanger, P. T. liarnum, Presi
dent Harrison, Levi p. Morton, Henry
urauy, uiadstone, farneu and Mr
Langtry. A receiver was arranged over
tlie orchestra, and the musio of the
dance, including the shout of the caller
and the shuttling of feet, was all faith
fully recorded. Carson (Nev.) Special
la Art, Kellsloa or Batasw Slaas Uka
Bav at soma tlm been called bicoU. fa
natioa, rneKaits. And neonl have
stoned a prophet to who msniorv th
next generation has raised monument for
the greaUiws of bis dmla.
hsonomih, Wash., Aug. 10, m.
Dr. J. A'uoent Jordan, HmUtm, MTdin. Okas
IH-Tos: H ill hava tn writs vim ihal I am
surprised to find myself so sreatly Improved
.iiiiv, ami am pieaaaa u
A IXtal of Potlumsaa,
Old Judiro Fernald. of Santa Barbara.
ba the reputation of being the politest
man In California. lie never Jose aa
opportunity to doff his hat or to offer
some slight attention to wayfaring men
and women. One day, a he was about
to take tbe train for San Francisco, he
reached the rear step of the last car
just as they were approached by a young I m"' reaptwtiuiir.
"After the cloth said lb chivalrio
judge, stepping back with a courtly bow.
"Gray hair have the preference," re
turned the priest, with a splendid ware
of tbe band.
"The church always ha precedence,"
I could not vive votir msdiolnea lot araal
prsiae. My health was kii,s. I felt Uiat
medicine could do me no sood. 1 was
honetms of ever recover! ns. f thoiivht tun
lain iu try your nincinvs, out with death
staring ma In the faos I determined to do
o. I am messed that I am it r.,r at thia
date I have received tenfold lb pries of tbe
Rieuicimn. u i snouiu ay one sunurw
told, it would not h ovsrvaluln ths dif-
lerviie in my health. I feet like another
man. 1 ours respectfully,
. . J ass II. II THOU
nr. J. Enim Jiniiti. tltitltl. Wnk wlla.BiOa
It haa bn-ii Mtnia Hum lues 1 havswrttwa to
jri. ii. but I haw lawn vuin alot so well Dial 1 1
UKALTIt IN OLD AOK,
Kdward Oolliimon, Qusmm, N, Y,( sayst
" I ooimnemifd using Umanhhiitii's I'ii,i,
over ftfty-llve years ago, I Hint bought
them In London, and hv eontlnued tiNliif
thm mua I nam to this country In WW,
I sin now over 7 yrnld,lialiid ht-artv,
nd attrlhute my wonderful health to Km
IwrsiKtellt lia of llHUNiissi'U'a I'u la ll,-
eaaiouslly I have a had nold or severe at-
'" riiyiiuiatlsm, ludlKetlin or lilll.m..
lieas, but lour or 11 v doses of IIiUKhiiki ii'b
i ii.ua aiwava our me. wiimvr mv hi .
Iren hsv been Slek with scarlet fever,
measles, mumps, auid atoniaah, illmmlend
(IlKesllim or e.iwtivuneaa. a
iisamiinitu' I'lblJ restor their health at
A tSt'k IVltllU hllSVSIlWurd whim It mn.ii. tl.
Bioal mlM'hU'l. ll has luauyjiiiiiisn Imtialiii..
Th mnmiritetunirt of filar l'lus nhrwln
tolwoco linve mad Hi. l.oula tlm Kreateat
loliswo market In the world by nirnUhiii
th oolialliner a heller tilhsiwo Ihan la nn.
duoed hy other iimiiiilWtureni and alwuy
niaainK ins puiKi oi nuir inn ameeii-iiunoa
louima, 11 pays to sillily tn intsreala or
;h consumer, as hs is " ths Judua ami tha
WILKV H. ALI.KN Oil.,
til rinl HI., Portl.wl. c- , hava aMiimMl Ilia cm
Irnl ami nianasn'l ot Ilia Hiamwajr I'lanoa, a II
Ilia dimnrwnl alvlaa frttllt Cuntiarl llraml ibiwH Mill
ba kopl la atia b anil IStorlie tariiM ivu to soy
una wanllns lb anal kins at all llMltumaHla.
a i-ure trcara of Tartar Iowdr
Superior to every other known.
Used la Million! of Homes
40 Year the Standard.
Wlj'o-i Cak and Psitry, Light risk
JBiscuit, Grlddl. Csk; I'alaubl '
No oibsr bakiug powder doss tuck work.
toth the method and reaulla wben
yrtip of Fig la Uken; it la pleasant
uu reiresuing to tn Utste, aim SOU
antly jet promptly on tbe Kidneys,
iver and Bowels, elsaa tha v
ra effectually, dispela eolda, head
nnea ana lever and cure habitw
mstipation permanently. For aaJ
i OOoaud tl bottle by ail druggists
CALIFORNIA HQ SYRUP CO
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Clva This Oil a Trial.
YOU WILL Utg WO OTHER,
Humane, Strong, Visible, Ornamental
Vwaairr t has
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rwobla Ihs almiiifth
siaca I s IVrteel rarui l..ii. , Kt ii.nn MMmab to om.a.,.i
ieanriuai;ireuiaraii4Tuni'HiiaU; alaoCaUWue ol "Uartm.ii
I tra and Klowsr Uii.ela. rietlble Win Mala. "lc Hantaan
SUI rlvkat laiss raueo,
lill .lt Ihla aalair.
did not tfclua It nrenaarr. I hav alnnsed taklns
iuv uaiiuvni mm , ami i Dauavs i am aittireiy
wall. Your in iMlli-i nra hava dona what vim told
OS thev wouttt lo"lfaav hava maitaa oaw wmuan
i i. i mw l-l una myaeii asain, sttoraof-
leflus lor vlnlil rear with catarrh ol tha haad
aim troneni. and mat verr nalulsl hiii- iwii
raleta o( Ihs ahimaeh. I ' k threw uioutha'
meilielun. UoU) my huaband and niyarlf leal aa
though w cannot tw Uiaeklaj nousb lo fua tin
a aa joo nave uooa lor ma. I Sofia mat avary
onewhui la aiilTeritiaj aa 1 was will hear ot Ot.
Jordan and hi moat raluahia mailleltiaa. Yours
Mas. u aassTsoM.
est to use. :hi,wt. IMi, t i imTOHli
car I. certain. For Cold In ths llmid It hs no
it la an Ointment, of which asmsll psrtieh i nt'i d
to the mwtrila. rleso0e, eV.ld l.y drucs-iai- ; .. id hy
Addrcasi K. T. IIri.Ti. V r.n, I'a.
But Tour Own Gocds if to Dealer Dees Hoi Carry Tbem.
THI BEIT IN AMIRICA.
Dr. Jordan's ofllo Is at ths real it no of I
ax-Mayor Yraler, Third snd James straeU,
CousultaUoni and presort ptlons absolute-
for free book siplalnlng th Hlsto-1
genetic ysim, i
vsotiob. in ntsuwenetto. sseoicinss i
retorted the judjee, taking another hack- are sold In hot on asency in aeh town,
ward step, hut in hand. t he label around th bottle bears
"The church follow in th footstep
or the fathers, replied the priest, bow-
ing low and indicating tha way to the
The label around tha bottl bears ths fob I
lowing Inscription: "Ir. J. Kugen Jot-
dan. Histoienetlo Med loin." Kvrotkr I
aevioe i a iraua.
tsdy or nilmsn wanted to r present aaaoet-
PiBBT ClfiTS UD R01D W1G0SS,
at and Ohapst In tha Warld.
Carts, SIS 0p. ftpa, SM If.
Kin v U A
vnawiioai niw r.nsmaa im saunfuuneri, nr Rons and Dwnartmenl Ihippllaa. Suam lannX
7" n. !, fianroea ifii
hnreh, Hehooi smt Karoi sal,
aesinary, rate pa oi all llnia, Hraaa Ikmila, III.
BalUnt and Hnas, Wnmehaa, Lnbrlcatltis Oils, Cl
a!T j a ,, . .Jstlouof .wrtiatlualiitars. Pna..t pi-HK.ll. F'JrJ uAT5.rf r,,. a T' XT ml 1"" BUl 't
The duel of politeness was not ha f for ia.rllrul.ra addreaa Iouanlo Aaaoolallnu, Z c ti'T tXZl f.?.'. Hi"lF ?lA t.tfinm WMt"o, U
rouKh. neither vieldinir an inch, when " al Can. la PortUMMt ixmb. wnis lor pries, tor further UdumaUoa
LI. wui.IT. Feat if Gorritsi ttrtit, PCmiXt
th train pulled out, leaving both bow,
ing and smiling on the platform. San
arumani nupTHias, WWSBI MUMIn
lannoek liuiilnbirs, Marin Wcwi
or add rasa , ,
a Daagarous AtUwstiam.
Naples' tradesmen and merchants and
hotel keeper rejoice, for Vesuvius is
freshly aflame and sightseer crowd to
ths beautiful city. A a lion, Maple
possesses in thia volcano something in
comparable, for when tha fiery thing
hakes its flaming mane and roars it
draws tens of thousands of strangers to
the city, and tbe sluggish pulse of busi
ness is stimulated, it was probably so
in A. D. 78 for a short time. But the
mountain grew terrible, and Hercula-
neum and Pompeii were buried. A vol
cano is an attraction that will not s rouse
envy on th part of other cities of th
world. A good exposition is safer, and
it is not likely to put forth its might and
reduce it surroundings to a prairie of
lava, sane and cinder. Pittsburz Bul
' A rawerfel WltDsas.
It I told of Sir Richard Webstar
that, a be was driving in a hansom to
tbe law courts, another eab ran foul of
bia On alighting Sir Richard gar the
cabman hi card In ease he was want
ed as a witness
The ease came on In due course, and
8ir Richard, coming into the court, was
asked to take a seat near tbe bench.
The verdict was given in his cabman'
favor. When Mir Richard went out I
there stood cabby waiting for blm.
; "Jump In, sir,' b said ; "I'll drive
yer anywheres, I knowad it 'nd ba all
right when I saw yer up there a aquar
ia' of tba beak 1" -London Tit Bit.
Siwatanl Oil aa s Labrlesat,
Mustard oil ha of late been given soma
attention a a lubricant, and it is re
ported to have been successfully used for
some time in Germany for lubricating
purpose. It is said not to be wscepti
Lie to cold, and, besides, doe not easily
become rancid or form fatty acids which
would attack metal It lubricating
value, moreover, according to Professor
O, Herman, of Aix-la-Chapelle, is of a
relatively hi(;h order. Ho particular
have been yet given a to tne cost or (lie
new lubricant, It specific gravity, etc.
A Gams Han. .
I had a queer thing happen while ex
ercising my setter, showing how th old
instinct still lingers in ourcommon barn
yard fowls. I was passing an old corn
field, very bare of any grass or weed,
when my dog made game. Thinking
there might lie a (tray bevy of- quail, I
walked in. He worked up carefully and
finally stood stiff, but seemed a little
puzzled. I saw something in front of
his nose that looked like a dead owl at
first, but I toon saw it was a hen. She
lay a flat as a flounder, head on the
ground. . A I stopped up close she went
off with a mighty
Forest and Stream.
IH il DAT.
LAwacNCi, KAi.,Auf , 9, '88.
George Patterson fell from
a second-story window, strik
ing a fence, I found him using
8T. JACOBS OIL.
He used it freely all over his
bruises. I saw him next
morning at work. All the
spots rapidly disappeared,
leaving neither pain, scar nor
C. K. NEUMANN, M. D.
"ALL RIGHT I
ST. JACOBS OIL 010 IT."
fun eiiti 1 pat nit 1 m TUtT iiiadi nl
mvf mm Gf O
flurry and cackling,- TINY LIVER PIXXSO
Leading medical authorities
i state that new and Improperly
cured tobacco when heated in
the pipe produces a rank vege
Tobseoo Ilk liquor can only b tmprmd by off.
This is the reason why "Sea!
of North Carolina" is the most
popular 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 never been
Bssl af Hart Carstln Is now Meked 1b Patent
Cloth Pouahaa, as well aa In foil.
Taw Praeoctoas, mj Wmr.
Tea, yes, we know, Elfrida. Rich
ard Turpin and Jesse James were great
bandits in their way, but tney "didn't
bold a light to Atlas.' As you say At
las held up tbe world while but there,
there, run along, Elfy, run along and
play. "American Grocer.
Mrs. Brandcr, who 1 inspec tree of
the Oirls' schools in Madras, India, and
has at heart the interests of 23,000 chil
dren, says in her tenth annual report to
the National association "that an im
provement in female education is neces
sary before any or tne great reforms,
such as the abolition of infant marriage
and child widowhood, can be effected.
... A BoaeeasAU ttualnass at aa.
Country Bride (taking in th sights)
What a big printin' business this Mr.
Job must do, John.
iunirv onagegroom x. n got i i., ..Qt i v-i, i.
printin' ofBce. all over th city.-Epocb, urinir th MUlun iaMt du-w
Mis May Robeson, the bright young
actress who made a success in th rol
of a maid iu "Nerves," add to her
regular profession th business of de
signing theater souvenir. Hb ha been
tbe author of all those given at various
liav all ens vinaasoi ina laraf r mirwi gm
equally aflwtlvsi paralv vesatabls. f
Kaset alzeahowa In this bordor.
Best la ths Wotidlfl H IT A C F
Get ths 6enoioe!flirnXr
SKNP YOUR NAME AND
so'lreaa ana roiialvs by roturu
mall oiir htnitttnmy Ulna,
tratad Fall anil Winter Cats.
losiia, Hry riofHla.t'lothliiir.
Boot snd Short, Ororarlra,
ron win asvs mostly oy naaiinv wiw ii.
it auwli snd lowanv pries on the Coaat.
MIIIR at PRANK,
Old OoJd Hxl Wlrar Bonsh aaoil yaw at OoM
n ana aonaa oi a
ooiaso: I will aaaSIs If s aaaaia an
ntnra mall th. saah. aoourdlna to aMayi K UM ajaaaal HBT KrVrn
1 a.aa a a
ullwv li mail feu tha old and retj
OnlMuaa, II Third atraiS, Nan VnMMaso;
w ao aaHaIatmt will nwn sol.
CURIO TO STAY CURED.
W want th nara snd ad
dreaa ol every sufferer In Hi
leriiTt WlllTrn fiy eillSV . 9. A Til 11 1 U snd Canada. Addri.
HiiLfl 10 nAnlt.ll lln OHbRIII I U tt.U I Hiatal t.
. IanMEarakll.a.. IthJ. I.l
or eommiiMon, to tasodla rbaKew atatCbsal I . ,,.
h,i( r.n i caorii. ssaiut mawinfrri" rv " I V F aT IT V Sis W. H. TT. lie SOS
Basra araaar aTf .., LaiMaa, Wis. ss Ml. I ! "" tt m, V. US. 4VZ
8port8man,r Attention !
If yon want In ationi aiyiirattlr. don't tall la
lbl yimr inn wlUi th oslshrslsd
Pamr Mltthl al f...... u...
rrotitsishl.lli lrory Itutitluar front Slihl, W)
oenls. Hani by mail on moeli.l ol i.rl, " '
H.T. HUDSON, 13 First Stmt, Portland, Or.
W hatr a hist Ai.itt t iiuhi...u..j s
thlaOoMl ! nturlng from bualiwM on
f'hIM'a rusMtr hm, I to 10..,,. . , ji( jm
... laIIOHia,IUtO a hs
Mlaaos' overahoM .. '
Mlaaiia' arntlna and M.i. I, TV.
IdjM'avrho. allatylaa. ,'.".:iiv; loV.'wr lion
j . : " . "iwri. i .ai ,, 11. la
rluidl. tt' ,V"M '" liiVft
Man s ehort boon, extra 3 ,o to ii ro
Mon'e hip tXHiia, . . 7. V . , ! E S E E 0
SMITH' casiM itabi
l-l Kront slrs.t. Mao Kranrlaoo, Cat.
A. P. A matron, prln.
ranch Srhouli CartTAi, Cottroa, Salrni. iirrfoa.
nana Hiraai r uiiny aama nta or luitios,
aaunaucinn. oust tSSSS)
rtniHItnr, Pnmimshlt. and Kntlith IHtortmnti
S"lnaiuoalhriuaiiiutlhayar. Htudrma Klmll
led at any ttine, t'aialiaiua from elUiar eubnol. fn
m men i noisi ii,,nnir r ia morrow.
Now mi aala at tlm prinnlnnl book atori. hem 'o
lyafldrnaat charsa nropalrl, on rw-rlpt of piaial
ita for II. IJMI1.1 (llarrinnl, Ut ritaal.ra. adflr.aa
llattor liaya" PiiMioMnHitn Tl.C'lirnnlrle blilB,M.K.
firuvmada71 In hmrdvtnn anvMlaffcna raraeta
Ia 'en eipaalalMiak lnanasiianlrimlltsiidiiU
flat, feaaaal Saa, Sv.adaaaaa,raawr,a,r)