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Office of the
Spokane Board of Health
May 13, 1892.
The evidence is conclusive as to the absolute
purity and - healthful character of the Royal Bak-
Certainly there is no baking powder known to
, us equal to the Royal for strength and uniformity.
We confidently recommend it for 'these qualities,
well as for its purity
Walter Q. Webb, M. D.,)
C. G. Brown, M. D.)HeaUh-
G. T. Doolittle, M. D.,
Green-itoods mnn expect to find green; men
who will boy their tooils.
Tt RO "lit of oVwwa ! routh weather la not
irona, bat we are, many ol us, compelled to face
rouKu tb.r frequently. biMMuaa wmvu ail
from a 'Mil are iny-nllar to no seenn ot the
Tear. Thta Is true; therefore, there should ba la
the closet of every household whatT Not an
uuraeutcated stimulant, absolutely devoid of
anything but aa eicttive action, but a tonic
combtntur, In tba etiec'ive form of an InrlKor
ant and an a teratlve, the quality of defense
against cha"gea of weather. lioetetler' Stom
ach Bitten haa three or four propel ties that no
oilier artiole of iu clues poMowa. Kotonlydoea
It relieve tha complaints which It eventually
cures, It fortiBei the system against the bad ef
fects of change of temperatara, fatally and too
often shown iu the deadly form of " la grippe:"
it produces a radical chance in the weakened
condition of a system tcollarly liable lobe at
tacked bi it. and H tenda to provide against the
danger resulting from an Impoverished cowii
tlou of the blood and a disordered state of the
Uvar or bowels. -
A liar telle a hundred truths to one Ue; ba has
to, to make toe Ue good for anything.
A. common sbksb kkmkdy.
In tha matter of curatives what you want
is something that will do its work while
you continue to do yours a remedy that
will give yon no inconvenience nor inter
fere with your business. Bach a remedy is
Allooci's Pobocs Piautsm. These plas
ters are not an experiment; they have been
in nee for oyer thirty years, and their value
ban been attested oy me nignesi mwiita
authorities, as well as by testimonials from
those who have used them. They requii
no change of diet and are not affected by
wet or cold. Their action does not inter
fere with labor or business : you can toil
and yet be cured while bard at work. The)
are so pure that the youngest, the oldest,
the most del cate person of either sex cat,
use them with gnat benefit.
Beware of imitations, and do not be de
oeived by misrepresentations. Ask foi
Allcocs's, and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a substi
tute. . . ; ,
The big head It one of t .e hardest things In
this world to cure men of completely. .
In 1850 "Brown's Bronchial Trocket " were
introduced, and tbeir success in relieving
coughs and bronchial troubles has been un
Do no neglect yonr nose.
Dreatne tnrmgn it, you wui
pell d to t.lk ihtmgh It.
Both the method and results when
Svrun of Fieri k taken: it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and act
gently yet promptly on the juaneys,
Ldver and Bowels, cleanses tne sy
tern effectually, disoels colds, head
aches and fevers and cores habitual
constipation vennanentlr. For sal
in 60c and II bottles fey all druggists
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
SAD nAnoiaoo. em.
, iouisviuj.. nr. ,: , rout. r.
. I Guaranteed
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A A TOVCH Mm BOSTON. MASS
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Retris Xeblanc is a French Cana
dian store keeper at Notre Dame de
Stanbridge, Quebec, Can., who was
cured of a severe attack of Congest
ion of the Lungs by Boschee's Ger
man Syrup. He has sold many a
bottle of German Syrup on his per
sonal recommendation. If yo drop
aim a line he'll give you the full
facts of the case direct, as he did us,
and that Boschee's German Syrup
brought him through nicely. It
always will. It is a good medicine
and thorough in its work.
FOH IKBIOATINO USE. '
.Mni a Li .a nm llil.llla KMOIMB. b ,
ttmit Ky, A f., CaL Portland, Or.
' Medical Nomenclature!.
Judge, jury, lawyers and spectator
wore treated to an exhibition of profes
sional priggishnesa in division No. 9 of
the circuit court the other afternoon
that was decidedly refreshing. The case
ot EL O. Etouham against the Kansas
Oity Railway company was 011 trial be
fore Judge Slover. The ease is one xor
30,000 damages for injuries sustained in
an accident, and considerable medical
testimony had to be taken,
A young doctor was put on the stand
who was determined to display his learn
ing, and he was successful. When he
started off he did so with the easy gait
of one who feels he has the nomenclature
of his profession at his tongue's end, for
every sentence he uttered was so mixed
with technical terms that an ordinary
person could scarcely understand him.
When he took the witness stand he
glanced patronizingly at the jury and
the rest in the court room, and in answer
to the first question rattled off a lot of
medical terms that drew the attention of
every one in the room. Judge Slovei
looked at him a moment and then said:
"Use plain English, doctor, I know
yon can if you try."
The witness looked around and said,
"Tea, sir; certainly, sir." .
"Now, doctor, where did yon say Mr.
Bouham was injured?"
"On the posterior portion"
"Speak plainly, doctor," admonished
"Well, he suffered a severe contusion
of the posterior of the abdomen" (turn
ing: to the jury with a familiar-wave of
his hand). "He was bruised in the rear
of the stomach. In other words, his back
Judze Slover looked worried while the
witness continued to answer another
question. ., . .
"When I examined bun i nrst remov
ed his clothes, you know, and in feeling
him I could determine that the aDaomi-
nal wall was baggy and tender, and lie
actieared to be suffering from a touch of
the" (here followed a name as long as
one's arml. "and the dorsal vertebra
were severely contused. In other words,'
again turning to the jury with a wave
of his hand, "his backbone naa Deen
When the witness left the stand every
one looked relieved and Judge Slover
mopped lys brow, for the ordeal made
the perspiration flow freely. Kansas
Poatonca Detectives' Gallery.
There have recently been many com
plaints to the postmaster concerning the
f . . . . . , ni: 1 . .,.1
loss 01 registered tellers in me i-uuauci-phia
office, and the officials have been
greatly worried by the charges that there
were thieves in the service. It has been
decided to erect a gallery along the roof
of the working room, from which watch
men can look down upon the entire force
without being seen from below. This
gallery will be eighty feet long, and will
denend from the glass and iron ceiling
bv iron surtnorts. in H there win oe
freauent small windows witn swinging
sashes, from which the watchman can
see every part of the great room where
the stamping: and distn buting is ail aone.
Here there are 800 men at work at times,
and it is impossible to oversee all of
them from any other point than a Dove.
The watch is to be kept not alone lor
the rmiDoee of watching for thefts, bnt
also to see that men do not shirk their
work or disturb other clerks by conver
sation. The gallery will be reached by
an iron stairway at its southern end, and
at its northern end another iron stair
way will ascend to the glass roof. There
are two of these roofs, one above the
other, and it is necessary for workmen
to ascend to the lower one to clean It or
dust. There is now no way to reach
there except by putting up a ladder. It
is said that it is purely for this purpose
that the gallery goes up, but there is an
other use. There has been talk of having
inch a structure for nearly two years.
Assistant Custodian George Painter has
been aeitatmi; the matter, and has nnauy
succeeded in getting the work done.
Porpoise shooting is the newest sport
st Cape May. The seaward end of the
ir la tha favorite rendezvous for those
v. .ni tn nd. a shot at the swiftlv
moving fish. The marksman must have
i , .. , ,,n
me iorpouw v.
does not have, time to raise the gun to
the shoulder before they are out of sight
beneath the water. The women take as
much interest in the sport as the men,
and quite a number are out every after
noon perched on the lower deck of the
pier, rifle in hand, and waiting for a good
chance to shoot. The sport seems to lie
more in the attempt to capture big game
than in successful results, as it is quite
rare for one of the fish to be killed and
washed upon the shore, Exchange.
Ho Peaehea This Tear.
A letter from uover. uvi., w aoiq
tiwore American says: "A uriveturouKii wnile ys c&ylfa appendage U oma
what ought to be the center of the peach menlei tb fourteen rattles and a but-
- . ,
belt lower &.emuna upper oubbo ih.u.-
ties will convince any one tnat tne
much abused peach liar of this peninsula
will have no chance this season, for the
reason that there are no peaches tone
about." There are miles and .miles
thrifty looking peach 'orcaaros wjwiiy
destitute of fruit. The-buus wereuuea
by cold, sleety rains in tne spring.
AMBER AND CRYSTALS.
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THESE
CURIOUS SUBSTANCES. .
TVorkina; Amber la Vary AaoWnt Bus!-
It la Found Only la Europe.
Queer ofd Roman Ideas About Crystal.
Sera's Valuable Cups.
"Amber is curious stuff," said a collec
tor of curios the other day. "It is ouly
rotuparutively recently that its nature has
been known, and even at this day very
few people seem to have any notion as to
what it Is in reality. The anolenu regard
ed it as altogether mysterious ana even
magical. They found that it was rendered
electrical by friction so as to attract light
substances, and our word 'electricity'
comes from tha Greek nam for amber,
which was 'electron.' A favorite puzxle with
them was how the Insects so frequently
found in amber became to be so situated.
"I have myself seen a chunk of very
transparent amber In which a small lisnrd
with five legs was tTicnaed, looking as if it
might have been alive yestortiny, though,
doubtless, it had been dead for thousands
of yetrs. The mystery regarding this sort
of phenomenon Is easily enough explained
when It is understood that amber Is act
ually the fossil gum of an extinct kind of
cone bearing tree. In the process of hard
ening it Imprisoned the flies and other
creatures preserved in the chunks of It
that are found today. It ts discovered
plentifully by digging In certain parts of
the great plains of north Germany, where
the strange tree once flourished.
"ft la also found In considerable quanti
ties along the shores of the Baltic in tha
yellow sandstone. At Palmlcken, in east
Prussia, it Is dug in regular mines; else
where it Is picked from cliffs, and a good
dml of It Is eatbered in the shape of nod
ules cast tip by the waves. 1 tie mi est
specimen of amber In Europe Is a cup
marie of that material now at uie nnirntuu
museum. England. It was found at Hove
some years ago, together with weapons and
utensils of stone and oronse, so n ts evt
lwitl v verv ancient Indeed. '
"In the r ourteentn century, ana oeroro
j . . .
amber was made into knives and forks
with cne prong, which weru used by princes
and cfcurch dignitaries, it was more
valuable than cold. Now it is worth
from S to $50 a pound, accsriripg to Its
quality. The most Important made or
It is tor nieerscnaum ana otner pipes. -BEAUTIFUL
"What a very beautiful sphere of crystal
this isf" said the newspaper man, taking
In his band a cool globe that looked like a
huge dewdrop, which the collector banaea
him for examination.
"Yea. that is a pretty specimen. I sup
pose you are aware of the theory enter
tained by the ancients regarding such rock
crystal. They thought It was actually Ice
frozen to great density by duration of time,
congealed brxond liquidation. 'Kiystalloa'
In Greek means 'ice,' The famous writer
on natural philosophy. Pliny, who wrote
more facts that were not true than ever
any man collected together before or since,
says the crystal is undoubtedly water
frozen by cold so Intense that nothing can
melt it again.' Roman ladies of that time
were accustomed to carry such spheres as
this one in tbeir bands during hot weather
for coolness. ,
"It was the thing, also, to have the ma
terial worked into wine Jugs and other
vessels. Nero bad two drinking cups of
crystal worth 3,000 each, and a crystal
ladle' also; but when he learned that he
had lost bis kingdom he broke them, lest
they fall into the hands of any one else. A
crrstal lens was employed In Borne to
kindle the sacred vestal fire. Great care
was taken not to put the crystal ware in a
warm place for fear that It would melt.
The most remarkable discovery of crystal
on record was made in 1867 above the Tiefen
glacier by a party of tourists, a single cave
in the granite yielding 1,000 crystals of
from 50 to 100 pounds weight."
"And what is thlsf
PEARLS AND PEARL DTVEltS.
"That." replied the collector. "Is a di
minutive Chinese god, covered with a coat
ofpe:-rl by a real pearl oyster. On such
parts of the coast of the Flowery Kingdom
as produce pearl oysters a regular business
Is often made or manufacturing pearis ar
tificially by introducing into the shells of
the live oysters foreign objects of various
kinds. You doubtless know that the pearl
Is a morbid symptom In the bivalve. A
grain of sand or some such substance get
ting into the oyster produces irritation,
and the animal protects Itself by covering
the objectionable particle with coating
after coatine of its own pearly secretion.
The interruDtion of Ultht by the successive
coats of which the pearl is formed in this
way gives it ita beautiful luster. Taxing
advantage of this habit of the pearl oyster
the Ingenious Chinaman pries it gently
open and puts in whatever be likes, maybe
a little figure of a god like this. The oyster
goes to work and covers It with pearl, until
after a tew montns me moi is a peari iuui.
It is worth mentioning incidentally that
sharks are by no means such a terror to
pearl divers as Is commonly supposea. it
Is true that now and then a direr does get
gobbled, but for every such human victim
hundreds of sharks are killed by the divers.
"Pearl divers in the Torres straits are not
one-twentletb part so much afraid of tbt
tiger sharks which are swarming there as
of the giant molfusk at the bottom, six feet
or more across its shell, which lies with
extended laws, as If waitine for the unfor
tunate fisherman to drop into them. The
victim, dropping out of his boat into the
depths with a heavy stone attached to his
feet, brings bis leg into contact with the
mantle of the huge mollusk, which closes
upon the limb with one tremendous bite.
Onlv one thins then remains for the direr
to do, namely amputate the limb with his
own knife, because tue snigniy oivaivea
jaws are clasped together with a tenacity
that would take several horse power to
loosen, and it is anchored to the bottom
with a cable of its own three times as strong
as the best inch rope. "-Washington btar.
She Can Make Pills.
Miss Bertha Higgins studied pharmacy
with her father, and for a time was asso
ciated with him in the drug business at the
corner of Pitt and Delnocey streets. A
big, broad shouldered police officer entered
; th. one ji., looked at the bright lit-
tje pharmacist, purchased a vial of quinine
asillas and walked Bway with her heart.
..That was the end of her value as a drug-
, gist. Now she is a bride, has a medicine
I cabinet In her home, and with the pnarma-
had a dispensary of her own-
Came Out All Bight.
"Have you heard the newsf"
I "What la lt"
"That Count Politsl, who Is engaged to
Helen Streeter, is not a count at all, but
an American." .
"I'm glad to hear iu 1 thought he'i
come out all rlgbt."-Harper's Bajiar.
A Ula Rattler.
! The boss snake is a monster rattler on
exhibition at J. F. Bolton's store, in
A meriens. Ga. His snakesbin Is more than
, f . ontrth and measures twentv
v.u i nn,f.n in th miilille.
t (UI.UI. .U ...mui.w.whvw " '
to hideous oMect was killed in
4 on the Huguenin plantation
. Alfrej a colored laborer, who,
. lively fight of several minutes.
knfx.ke1 h!m m the head with a fence
Mr. Bolton had the snake's hide
.ni hnmt nr ta 0 his
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00 THEY PAYf
Children Sometimes Do Hot Sees Aiw
cottier rcrfnot, but TUey Do ray.
"Sometimes I Just ttluk children don't
iimv." aaid one of my careworn ana tils-
courssed neighbors one dy. "What do
you think about itr
'n. I ilnn't know." I replied, and tny
conscience smote uio even while I spoke.
Hut then I said In mental self rcproacn
and self excuse for saying it, "I know I
didu't pay." and I don't thluk 1 did.
lint wheu It comes to my own
do they pay . .....
Well, they are "a sight or trouDie. - in
deed they are, and they coat time ana
money and palu and sorrow.
There are three of them and they are
little thlturs still, and my friends who have
I., LM.V ..,1 I ...1 ,,nt
Oluer cuuureu wu uiw m '--.- -
. .,. tn .,, w htm iiiv bab ea will
be "less trouble" thau they are uow. I
. ,!, in nnia when tliev
will not be a source of care and anxiety
and hope and fear no, not even wheu they
have gone fort h to noniea 01 tneir own ana
have their own little oties around them.
Do thev dmv nowf Here I am wearing
old olothes and trying to brush up my hat
if iv .mis fl.iLt. mv .Inhnnv ami
gammy may have new kilts and reefers hersullVring. Two promlmmt ptivsIiMans
and hats and ahws and look as well as -ere called and endeavored to do all .in
other children. They do kick out shoes so their power for her relief. In spite,
dreadfully, and they haven't the first com- however, of their skill Mrs. Ray grew
pitnction of conscience about It, either, weaker ami more depnwsod, while the
They tear and smash and destroy and are agony she endured seemed to increase,
"into everything." particularly the baby. it was at this time that a noted physl.
Does a a-year-old baby pay for itself up can who was culled declared Mrs. Kay
to the time It readies that interesting Kgef wg guttering from' cancer, said there whs
Sometimes I think not. I thought so yes- help, and told her friends she could
tcrdny when my own baby slipped into rur not live more than a week at the furthest,
study and "scrubbed" the carpet and his And here comes tha interesting part of
best white dreaswith my bouloof Ink. He the storv, which we will endeavor to tell
wasplnylng iu the coal hod ten minutes in Mrs. Kav's own words. She said!
after a clean dress was put on him, and "Unknown to all these physicians. I
later in the day be pasted fifty cents' worth ntil been using a prea ration of which
of postage stamps on the parlor wall and had heard much. I did not tell the
poured a dollar's worth of the choicest physicians because I feared they would
"White Rose" perfumery out ofthewiu- ridicule me, and perhaps order its die
dow "to see It wain." continuance. During all the while that
Then he dug out the center of a ulcely the physiciass were attending mettle
baked loaf of cake, and was found In the preparation was steadily and faithfully
middle of the dining room table with the 5t,in its 0wn work In Its own way, and
sugar bowl between his legs and most of 1 had faith in its power. At last the
the contents in his stomach. doctor suld there was no use of his corn
He has ulreaily cost over $100 In doctors' f for he could do me no good. I had
bills, and I feel that lam right in attrib- iucrod so much that I was quite will
uting my few gray hairs to the misery 1 ng to die, but it seems I was nearer re
endured walking the fioor with him at than I knew. One week from tha
night during the first year of his life. 4,- the doctor last called a false growth.
What has he ever done to pay me for M large m a coffee cup, and which looked
thatr as though it had been very large, left
Abl I hear his little feet pattering along nie I gent for a doctor, and he de
out In the ball I hear his little ripple of cttred it was a fibroid tumor, hut said
laughter because he has escaped from hla he had never known one to come sway
mother and has found his way up to my 0( itself before. I Immediately began to
atudy at a forbidden hour. But the door Is health and strength, and I tinhesi
closed. The worthless little vagabond tatlngly declare that my rescue from
can't get iu, and 1 won't open it for hint, deuth wasdue solely to the marvellous
No, 1 won't. I can't be uisturoea wnen
I'm writins. He can lust cry if he wauts
to. I won't be bothered for "rat, tot, tat,"
go his dimpled knuckles on the door. I
alt iu silence.
I sit perfectly still
"Baby turn In peese, papa.
He shall pot come In.
I write on.
"Papa," says the little voice; "I lnb my
papa. I'eese let oaoy mi"
I am not quite a brute and I throw open
the door. In he cornea with outstretched I
little arms, with shining eyes, with laugh-
Inuface. I eaten mm up into my arms,
and his warm, soft little arms go around
my neck, the not very clean little cheek la
laid close to mine, the baby voice says
"I lnb my papa
Does be payf
Well. I kucss be doeal He has cost me
manv anxious days and niKbta. He has
cost me time and money and care and self
sacrifice. He may cost me pain and sor
row. He has cost much. But he has paid
for It all amio and airain and again in
whisperintc those three little words Into
mv ears. "I lub papa."
Our children pay when their very first
feeble little cries flit our hearts with the
mother love and the father love tbatougbt
never to fall anionic all earthly passions.
Do your children payf J. H. u. In De
troit Free Press,
The surroundings of Blaine are not only
superficially productive, but several parties
of experienced prospectors have been ex
amining the mineral indications, wnicn
sire promise of undreamed fof richness.
Coal is found on bothsldesof the boundary
line, from the coast buck to a distance of
twenty-five or forty miles, and comprised
lu an area of 80.000 acres or more, and the
country is so easy of access by a railway
line built parallel with the boundary line
that there ts but one way lo which the coal
will be brought out, and that la through
It is only necessary to be In this coal dis
trict with one's eyes open to see it, and
competent Judges affirm that it is coal of
the finest quality. Nor Is coal the only
mineral to be found. Vast deposits ot iron
ore abound; in fact, there is a mountain
some few miles back which is nothing but
Iron ore, and oil Is so much in evidence
that a stick plunged Into the marshy land
can be immediately lighted by the applica
tion of a match. Blaine (Wash.) Journal
A Graveyard Curiosity.
In New Lonilon, Conn., there Is a lot In I
the cltv cemetery contaiulna five graves,
those of a man and his four wives. The
women's irraves form four sides of a square,
the man reposing in the center, while the
Inscriptions are as follows!
rr sacosB win.
hi nftar win.
St. Louis Republic
Aa Easily Malted Metal.
A metnt Ima heen nrodUeed that Willi. 1 V..114. ell. an
melt at a temperature of 150 degs. It Is
aasn k 1 1 - nf lonrl tin lliamiirn si rifl PSU-
mium, and in weight, hardness and color
resembles type metal. It melts so easily
that, placed on a comparatively cool part
of the stove with a piece of paper under ;lt,
It will melt without the paper Deing
soorcbed.-New Vork Telegram.
A Hundred Thousand Trains a Day.
It is unlikely that any one who leaves a
station of the elevated road has any Idea
that more tbun 100,000 trains pass over the
various switches of the road within twestf-
tour noun or wni couwuuoua Tiuiittuuw
necessary in order to avoid the most serious
of acj;idents. But these men in the switch
towers do tue wora most enectiveiy. new
Yorlt lleraiu. . ...
As near as can be discovered from the
evidence, the nroiect for Mr. John D.
Rockefeller to found a $30,000,000 uni
versity hits been seriously considered by
a number of other persons, but Mr.
Rockefeller himself has not been in it,
so to sar. This was uui te an unfortu
nate omission. '
1 The following notice is posted on the
main street at Athena,; Ore. i "To my
neighbors If my spring chickens are
disturbing your garden kill them and
eat them. Don't pile them out in ins
alley to become a nuisance,, joot bt-
ington." . . ; , , J '.
' ' in i J" 1" j..'JLL"JP
MOST GRAPHIC) STORY.
IT IS TAMS DIKBC rftOlU MBAl
A CharmlagN ewKntlend tady Tails Bee
Kipertenee Both Abroad aa La
. Asnerlea. ZZZ
" ( ltotlon Htrdd.) "'m.
The unwritten romances f Hfe art
more wonderful and far more Interest
ing than the most vivid works of notion.
The one we are about to reltite occurred
in real life, and Is both interesting and
instructive, - , , ,
Mrs. Jennie Kay lormeny uvea iu
Manchester, H. M. tier I10'" w"
pleasant, her surroundings oomlortaUle.
lu the year 1880 . she visited England,
..,.1 u.Mln in Ihnt IHllllltrV Dftfan 10 ex-
wn ........ ... " ,
rwr nine Stranae sensations. Anura.auv
attributed them to the change of climate.
lint. lnv continued and Increased, until
jlmilly, like many another woman, she
liecame utu-riy aiseountgwt.
It was while in this condition that Mrs.
r. n.t,,-,.i ti Amiirit'S and her home.
Thousands of women who read this story
mn nmirwluto the condition In whifh
Mrs Raw Mum whji. ftnuftVinrUlullIf Willi
eftwtH of Warner s Bale uure, wnwn
,.. thn mmxlv I took unknown to the
physicians, and which certain ly rescued
me f rom the grave. It is my Arm belief
that many ladies who are said to die of
cancer of the womb are cases like mine,
and if they could belsduced to use War-
.... J I 1 - . ! -I. . 1.. 1
ner's sale cure tney, iiaw mj, uugiia
saved." . . ..
Tha ahnv cranh O anoonnt IS periectiy
true in every respeet. Mrs. Jennie Usr
is now living at 1W West lUh Street,
South Huston, Mass., and If any lady
doubts the almve statement she can ad
dress Mrs. Kay, who will gladly answer
all questions or grant an intorview of a
confidential nature to any lady who may
ciloosa to call noon her. It IS said that
,i,,iv, t. otran.mr than liction. ' and
wnen the thousands of suffering; help-
mm m,,n whnareution tlienaui wnion
nlviclni,a av hails onlv to death, con-
LU- tie atorv as above given there Is
reason for hope and joy, even although
tit At mat Im now in the deotlis of de
spondency and misery. To such ladies
the above truthful account is willingly
Tk. .... r Fi'a Pm.m Ilulm. a sure curs
for catarrh and sold in bead, is, attended
with no pain. Inconvenience or dread,
which can w said of no other remedy.
1 rt 1, Hut to aav a few words in
reiranl tn Klv'a Cream Halm, and I do so I
ntln.lv arithnut solicitation. I have used
it half a year, and have found it to be most
.,l,Mlrnl,U have an tiered from tatarrb
of the worst kind ever since I was a little
boy, and I never hoped tor cure, dui a, ream
liaim seems to ao even ma.
acquaintances have need it with excellent
results. Oscar Oatroin, 45 Warren aveuue,
I 'I. Ill
Apply Halm into each nostril. It is
nulcklv absorbed. Gives relief st once.
Price, 60 cents at druggists' or by mail.
60 Warren street, New York.
BOPTURK AND Plt.ES CTJRSD.
We positively enra ruptU'O, piles and all rac
ial dlsesses without palu or dnteoUo Itimb i biisl-
v. ,u n. alan all Primtn 'U-
e.aea. Addnwa f a- pamphlet Dra. PortarSald
Lm iy. Kin Haraet streai o au mo,
Dsa EnameUne swva Polish! no daat, no amau.
Tit Qebmsa for breakfast.
the man or woman who's "run
down." Dr. Pierce's Uolden Med
ical Discovery sets the wheels going.
It starts the torpid liver into health
ful action, purifies and enriches tne
UIOOU, cicaiiscB, iciiauo,-,
ens the system, and restores health
a a !
Jj, rirOCeSSCS of digestion nd HO
I iPiTinn. 11,1 lluillil uu r UOTU
f Jv ,
I For all SCTOf UlOUS numors ana
I MJ. faints, nnrl even Consume-
. , Lanff-scrofula), if taken
'n.Ar.,i, .;.;. ''av
iipti k'- v
Uirlike the sarsaparillas, which
claim to bb good for the blood in
March. AoriL and May, "Golden
Medical Discovery" works equally
weir at all seasons.
Unlike other blood-purifiers, too,
i , , . . n . M . -
it's guaranteed to benefit W W,
in every Case, or TOUT money IS re-
On these terms, it's the cheaptH.
You pay only for the good you get
But it's the bat or It couldn't be
I CURE FITS!
wi 1 u. I An mat aiaaa await testoa tfcaai
for a tins and Uimi naa Uims ratora aaaln, I aiaaa a
radlMlaara. I nam, BU4 tha dlaMe of UTTH, KFt
LBPKV or FALWHQ alvamuHiauiaonf aioar. i
m. im aaaa tea wmilii SaeaaH
othamkEMlalnidla aa raaaaa tor aot now isaalfine a
enia. Sjaodat oaoa sar a treatise sad a Vaaa Sottlaof '
nvialalllblenmaar. unaaiuiaiaaoa rwum
B, O. BOOT. X. Ct 1SS read m M. T.
I . w "- " r- r- .r-.t . i .
a a. rtV Assayar and Analyttoahemist,
. u. s
IN. P. N. V. No. !-. F. N. U. No. 520
U ........... 1-.. hlv true W "- " wmmM lend to tort erjtfeialMI tba X
AHUUmLH I . ;JS. ki,m e. not
k No OonrJt. jst km City. N, J,
lb uniiM-taHtta to vuftMUit to
kind otwtoi prist tlwt iwmn In
Uttt pruHHWUU, 1to tLutdrd
ih..nMiid now mbMiHWs M
rtMr AavortiMittf Mirwui hai
MroMkftMurt for tho4t wtous twpwr
hof MtMthiiitNC JttlM.lON
ihmii to mors ihn tmn.oM of
1vtrtltnsi roTvitiMS tiurin tttO
m tUla lltaMMM AM KUUiLIOIl i""Ya'
lour iirwHt lint. H iim lM-m mm
nnir for Uimii
K-aailiaMlHlMrl-a 111 MIk Ml lit thai Uk hlial
a. aa. W.
vim muio Uwn Utu
1 uiipiMMuiiiiy. litis is proiuv
lf CORRECT MSWMS f W OMt f it
I Publithmg Company wilt pay Vi following
tar a rortwt aiwwer tn anv DM went, ,
I r,ir a wx-mti aiw,wr mi hhjt rws worn
I Kur a oomx uuww bi iu,y TUMI worda,
, Vw a wiM law to aii I0UI wonu,
' lor a Wfntl auwr to aiqr wonla, ISS.
1 As SPECIAL GRAND REWARDS wo will Pay In CashO
1 For the rntRT correct answer to Att. of the entire Tan words, SB.OOOi
I Tor the SECOND oorrect avna war to ALL of tha ntln Ten words, 3 ,000
' for tha THIRD correct ana war to ALL. of theenUreTeo word, $8,000 j
1 Here are tha Ten Word-Riddles
t mmm ta im nrtt.ll;
Ml -UM uTa it.-rlMUrn
k w .-.ami-iMihMlaMMrf m
lVb ioid tormH New Varh tnlBe
' niwanl w,A uurrx t ainwrr 1
rSMStaC'aabiyoaaraBatcauaiiMi laauy par
La-.Xi woSKar eaa3 U ,"", l dj
brWut Maomru u wl ve more ttuui one ymurn anl
I Mill ba IihtwwI In DrupurtluB (run Sil to
Sr.l" l. llli,rr ia.w. It Hit V
kc.rrn-1 tfW far ea a alalia ware
'1 he Onlv Condition.
I Th At, it this inrtraArStaarr offer la. er eoaraa.
io Mctire tWt-rtl)ll at once ami la lanra num-
. ytr"! uism HpUq to miw of ' Pi"
w. urriire mjnin wa. m r ate wr m
I rMir flrml i(Tn i t AncM rirfia
foMhlil Jorl. svu4 Tif AMf-rU
rmvoi uw rmir im-T nr su inn swiV r.n, .
larmr. If you rml rmwrsr to murv thn
won. TOO mOM. mnu ariMarsMV nawraini taau. i"r
. WMaaP '
a ailRWrri I'M hum anwqm m awn nwann
l (hut rtHi rwtMr toream mnmrnmrn co bo dU
i riUod pro rut imcmg Lbs lUt, ur yew (ma sup It
Hon J. F. KELLY, Treaa,
S ban a ponUrc Maadr ttaa abme dkaaaat fcr He
aaatheoaudsoleaaaa ottliawgnl stod aad of Ion
tn Its aiSoacr, tlut I ar il ami wo eorrua raaa, altaj
IM wtaealll saad aMIttew Ita la.-anil If. O. addmaw
V. A. BliMwas. M. Cm IS3 Pearl tit K. V.
A torpid liver la tha ourcenftlyapep.
0.1a.allt bMuUuilH'.ean.tlpatlon. pllaa, Q
blllouatever, clilllaBUininllee. w
fiaweapwIrtofrM-wonlhe llvor, ro-W
a n laaaaalKSkanftlfll. Vftflta.
rari a a, ' - - -
..., ..iisis Hotel and
t-DLU HOI tUllilkirilllllS.hatbsApauaU
I Huanllamuerature, IMdea.rabr. eiwlrlc
I iiuun. mulk-at d and .liower balUa with maaaaaa.
I ' . . . ... inhBl.tln nifiliiB.
I KWimmillS pool, nuuw " - J ,
plaints, ibeumansm, soui, ryir,
p-lvste dteun. Pby.lclaa In lu"";,,1"
alad In Cascade Monutalns. SO miles east of Koai,.
,ry; food bnnllnf. BiounUIn truut,
of water, W Jar- ' rail Intor
, BARB MUtKOKO.
I Hoard and um ol
I . , ..... hakh aurunw,
Poley not Hnrinira, iiie tom.
took tor this adv't In tins paper nst wee
Season for Trent Opens April 1 st.
irToa are In Nead of Troat Files,
Standard quality, to hooks, par dos. . . ,.,
Oreaon Truut rllm
lea. 4 u I hooks, par dos....... .M
Pine Kevereed Wnac Plies, 4 lot books, per M is
- ,v, oualltlea sent by mail on reoalpl
prioef liwafafl use of noif, kkkls,wS
I t) at
Hudson's Cun Store,
II rISST STn POSTkasn, or.
MT Bead for lUnstrated catalogue.
is esLiroiNia v.. as manciioo.
If ma want POWDEB for Mlnlns,
Railroad Work, Btnmp Blasting or Tre
Plantinc. semi lor rnce 1,1st.
UHDS. PATLHTS. PENSIONS.
If von are internal! on any Land ease; If yon
mrmHim fulfftit. nr d.ialra a Pansloil. write for Inf
mat on to HAI iw liaaini."-i, mint
nera, Wsahiniiton, 11. -'. dontxat Cases, Mliilna
Claims sort Hailnwd Lands a spnolalty. Fees mod
erate. Any dairad nrfereiios alveu
noold saoi-eed In -elllns?
DnbrlKlit sroHrlnir snap at Sc, bnt
opilled sulBnlently lo 'ao.lllca at CS
afd to be suierlor to any. - 0
MITKS' CASH STORE.
4IS-S1S Front St. ,
and for tarn pis sod slrcalar.
adlns remedy for all tba
annetural dlarfharsaa aad
prlvatedleaaeeeol sues. 4
Mrtala enra for the daSIl
tatln weasaaas paoailai
r nMM,lh.a.ail faat aara
liaiPlI Co, In raoommanilaf It M
7 ...... a u . m . ...
m mil until.
4. BIURS, U.fUfOSTUS, ftl
i ny utras-Ktasa
at jenras Injt I
f eaanaWS ..iul
I M ,. Suaaaie.
ws ; .a- i"JXuir.Tr.Tii,' J. i
UW.VMtt Uf Mult tMIIUlltf UW fill- I
prrtbors tlit Um world hws vrtr
knuptt f .hi ptett or nivtbod ii Iu
KMnktwth no M mMim lotur- .
M or ti.'Umo uf etmiKWi It lit' i
VulVM Boinmr wm w nine" or Hi1
,.ula,ai n. u. In uinra. i w t'y
,a wl II I list tn
- . .-'arr gsreLara 1
Mewing Tit Word-KMlM Mmtrican
ITS. Oil 1
rv,r aaorr4iiwarteuir IISNf urK
rirsei'rrtMir,n'toaitr bini wmm
T MINI wnnl .
iTlC IIS rl. .- '
r aouitwl auwr Ui.U
Can You Sola Any of Them? I
A KAMK MADKrAVIt.lAll 1IY (1IIKAT SPVKHTIS I
f o"ry wi-aas Axbuiiu wily UauI
4 rTlAHMlKO OTTAt.ITT WnW POSSffairp. JIT
WfK. tiuf ati'itAt.nt Til aimuuiioa am;
was wot cowtinrarn nrsittARiS
iNNttAi'olJs "Atiynjl. .H.Rl'll.i'l'U'iS.
Tlua 111 a aumuTi uriua
aKnvKn to pkwat Mass o. aLaiNa roa TUS i
rasauiiAjiui in mm. . ,
THATWHICll VOU OAW SW-CBlTOTIIIt AMOUNT ,
that wnint wonrit Know now .to wa to I
BiiiTUl auvairrauK hia aton ass.
fvxmi'irs tits arwr HwirovHipij; ahu jfifiia I
Icwf HmlTloli oiNNWIMJ WITH Tllit UOVKiilil
kT ANII rHTtn-riON Of TIIS
MltKldS OK HOVIUJt SAtlOHS.
, MI M 1. 1'-
THAT WHIlW rLKASKSOR SATmrtMl Titait
ANII Wllliil. If AHTIirrtOAixt KWW-i,
fitAtrts Viii ATTKNTiorf ANirkxi'irita kui ,
aUHAtloH of Lovtita of ins iojui1H,'U.
1-llOHAIH.r tXSSIIKHKI Of OltKATKH OIINNS I
it'KM'K AXO UIIR WIUUHT AFTKH T THE IIII.R.
UUI NOHII.ITY 1 UAH -
aiM " Unl.to ito a iwie I
are WHH U f1lwU wort. ln4ml to hu l
paid In oaah h VERY DAY any '
1 answof la found to ba oorroot. '
Im hisIim la turn r4m9 ml ita isaktrJ
..Bk.j kxk t'!r. 9 nU Waa wluuetarl
mi, JaM m yrm vrtum bsHwrni jmnrmU mid J
we will 1
Wfire tmr rrr mm
w Me ibe mrnmt
mil mmi tit ib 1
wra ie 1
will m urn turn ud caiutofc HMMtbl Vila
rowora vms m imsiwbi ,
tAdWe I AM A ' rM M
a, vi.vtiwu ajliis rpo w spin
at trmrUriiT mt ntiiutan, 1
I tmm wairslfa HlrtsMl 11 m
1 tnhr up Uit
VtVJ UI u
Wont-KMtiltsatat dptMtitotf with Mr. C. I'.
HM ITI1. Hutlitsu4Mi. of 0m Jrrtsrjr City Pn
I)sNi(tiDni, m n4rr ot,to bo oMutl I iwr
II, MO, lu Um jwowmcoof wliAMvni, mtim ihlHvnn- J
Tho xmjpf Uui will m irlml Ifij
full In iho January immwm oi our ft-yr rmfmr. tl
that all w bo ha ve not rtcH w4 rtwnJarirtHjrn,'t 1
cnnwMi will know wnrln th faltr!. Tlitf
ntotliiMl of Drulfss'Uua 1st tJuo lu ftil wmi'vrnnl. i
a utio ui ait rvmrvrnni, a a u a
lairir resaia eiri tmnt lap
PvmnrtAre ni whim rot fawim iri
THtiia NiTttenut, and bo wlaa and ! jreurl
wit ( otftcai
SiMriM'an Wlera and awka all rrmtUanM4
payitblfi ui the Tnamnt ot Um Amerlcaa lab. A
Ushiaf vos aa luiwwa i
Our Wonderful Remedy !
I DR. GRANT'S
Kidney and Liver Core.
A positive anrclBc for all KMneyTroulitea am h
a. (RIGHT'S DI8IASI, DIAICIES, SILIOUSNESt,
SICH HA0CHI, 0, To the sKed It la ,Mrilcu
larly adapted. To try It one la to recomiuead It.
A PKKI'AKKD BV
Tha 0. W. R. Manufacturing Co.,
FOB SALE BV ALL DBHUOISTS.
Will ent Dry or Otren
Bonea, Meat, Urlatln and all.
llnun Cut BONKH will
doubts tlie nnnilKT of esse
will make them mure (ur.
tlla will vnrry the hi'ns
eaMy tlirnush the molting
perliid and put tkom In
eonilltlnn tn lay whi-n rsr.s
romffliind the highest prke
sii'l will dnvelofe your
ch'nks taster than any
Feel flreen B"ne and
Us Uraaaemoue to kill
the lice, n 1 )ou will make
fifty titr eca more nrolt.
H Head for Catalogue and
rmunri mvnm coqft. petaluda, cal
FaolSo atedlolDe Ooh SSS Cfcay Stn Saa Vranslaas,
Pianos and Organs.
WINTER t HARPER,
Bos SOS. '
In tlma ,1 bv dmaalala. T l
aiswa;f!!assyyr-yi' ""' 'J
-- -'-ii.mis mil'- i t
I Th Specific A No. I.
H mrm, without tall, Ml esses ol anMrt
kam uni Ulaws, no mailer of liuta lunf
uin,tl". Prevenu strlnlura, It nelnaaii In
u-rnul remeiiy. Cures when evaqrUuuf elas
basdillrd. Hold bjr all DruMku, , ,
' Maim'uitnreru Tna A. HoVxwn hal. Mm! tela
I s.,te.SSa. Co.. San Jose, Cat