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All Experts Use
Royal Baking Powder
Perfect and uniform success in making finest food is
more certain with Royal Baking Powder than with any
other. Use it in every receipt calling for a baking
powder, or cream of tartar and soda, and the best
results in pure, wholesome, appetizing food are assured.
Experts use it because it adds to their success. Physi
cians and Health Officers recommend it because it adds
to the wholesomeness of the food.
the best in the market
I have used no other."
M. GORJU, late Chef, Delmonico's, New-York; "In my use
of Royal Baking Powder, I have found it superior to all others."
A. FORTIN, Chef, White House, for Presidents Arthur and
Cleveland: "I have tested many baking powders, but for finest
(bod can use none but 'Royal.'"
..'.,.:, A Merchant with Tact.
Etow much the imagination works
upon people whosre apparently endowed
with common sense! While in the store
of a leading optician recently, a lady en
tered with a thermometer she bod pur
chased two days before.
"I want this changed," she said with
"What is the troubleT asked the ur
bane head of the concern.
"It b incorrect, I bung it on the wall
near the window, and watched it all
.day, and this morning I compared it
with the accounts published in the pa
pers and it did not agree with them."
The proprietor, with a tact that was,
great, answered: ..,
"I'm Terr sorry, madam, for the mis-1 !
take. Here is one which you must bang'
outside of the window on this biassi
boot brass is a superior conductor I
and Tin sure you will find it all right." ;
She thanked him and went away!
pleased. New York Star.
Tkaj eTast Bar ThenseelT.
Old Lady No yotmg man should erer
ask a girl (or a kiss,
Young Lady TMynsoauy com. rnu-
II Happened at Ber Harbor.
Dick Did job kiss her?
Chappie Ko I didn't dare to. Bus
(proudly) she kissed me, Munaey's Week
ly. . '
"I dream my stories," said Hicks.
"How yer. must dread going to bedl" ex
etshnwl lV. Kmr York Rnw
If MASTIFF PLUG CUT was
not all that is claimed for it, how
else could so great a business and
sale have developed in so short a
A pure, mild, sweet smoke
no wonder it has become the
standard smoking tobacco, even in
competition with long-established
brands of recognized merit
1. B. Paee Tobacco Co., Bicnmond, Virginia.
these sad every kindred disease arising
(ram Impure blood successfully treated by
that rwrer-OdOng and best of all tonic and
Books oa Blood and Skla
Printed testrmntilsrs sent on
8 wlft Specific Co.,
When applied Into
the nostrils, will be
oleauslny tbe bead of
li'f healthy tecre
tlont It s'lajra Inflam
mation, protects tbe
membrane irora au
uliloiial cold', com.
pletely bee la tbe eores
sua restores tense
of taste and smell.
Try th. Cure,. HAY-FEVER
A particle is applied In each nostril. n I.
agreeable. Price 9 ceDt stdiwlttsts' or by irell.
ELY BttOTHEU8,M Warren Street, New Y ri.
YOU NEED NOT FEAR
has people will know your hair i. dyed If
jam use uutt perfect Imlfttoi at Mature,
Tutt's Hair Dye
It Imparts a glossy color and fresh life to the
keUr. Frloe, 1. Office, 30 Park Place, N. V.
I CURE FITS!
Whs I aay eare I do no pwn nerely tvstop tbna
torsions and then bat. tuam tetanl again. 1 mean a
fadfssi core. I bar. mad. t!i disease of FITS, API
LBPHT or CALLING 8IUKKEH8 . llfejoug study. 1
.him. tmnwdy to ear. tbe wont earn. Beoaose
otbsss have failed le no rsssoa for not now reoeirlu a
erne. Send at ease for a treatise ud eFresBottleof
ni lafeUibteienMdr. Gits Ksptsss and Poet Office.
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I regard the Royal Baking Powder as
Since its introduction into my kitchen
Wkera the Nickel Comes from.
In the Copper Cliff mine, near Sud
bury, Canada, it is said more nirkel is
beinir Droduced than the entire market
f the world calls for at current prices.
A little branch off the main line of the
Canadian Pacific railway, four miles in
length, leads out to the mine, which
opens into the face of a crag of the brown,
oxidized Laurentian rock, characteristic
of till regiim. Tbe miners are now at
work at a depth of about 800 feet below
the surface. As fast as the nickel and
topper bearing rock is hoisted out, it is
broken up and piled upon long beds, or
ricks, of pine wood, to be calcined or
masted, for tbe purpose of driving out
the sulphur which it contains. The roast
ing process is of the nature of lime kiln
ing or charcoal burning. Each great bed
of ore requires from one to two months
to roast When roasted the rock goes to
the principal smelter, a powerful blast
furnace "jacketed" in mining phrase
with running water, to enable it to sus
tain the great heat requisite to reduce
the crude, obdurate mineral to fluidity.
The dross of the molten mass is first
allowed to flow off, and afterward the
nearly pure nickel and copper, blended
together in an alloy called the "mat," or
matte, is drawn off at the base of the
furnace into the barrow pots and wheeled
away, still liquid and fiery hot, to cool
in tbe y ard of the smel ter. The mat con
tains about 70 per cent, of nickel; the re
maining 30 per cent, being mainly cop
per. When cold, the conical pot loaTes
of mat can easily be cracked in pieces
by means of heavy hammers. Tbe frag
ments are then packed in barrels and
shipped to Swansea, in Wales, and to
Germany, where the two constituent
metals are separated and refined by secret
processes, which are very jealously
guarded by the manufacturers.
So jealously is the secret kept that no
one in America has yet been able to learn
the process, although one young metal
lurgist spent three years in Swansea as a
common laborer in the factories in order
to obtain it At present there are pro
duced daily at the Copper Cliff mine
about ninety pot loaves of mat, each
weighing near 430 pounds, an output
which yields an aggregate of more than
1,000 tons of nickel a year. Manufac
Rainfall oa the Plains.
Professor Frank U. Snow, of the Kan
sas State university, said several years
ago: "But the fact that thousands of
new comers, from ignorance of the cli
mate, have attempted to introduce ordi
nary agricultural operations upon tbe so
called plains, and have disastrously failed
in the attempt, has placed an undeserved
stigma upon the good name of Kansas in
many far distant communities, and has
undoubtedly somewhat retarded immi
gration during the past few years. It is
time for the general recognition of the
fact that, except in exceedingly limited
area where irrigation is possible, the
western third of Kansas is beyond the
limit of successful agriculture.''
The severe seasons of drought which
have occurred since the above conserva
tive statement was written show the
whole truth of the matter to be that the
westward advancing line of settlement
is by no means an isohyetal one, but that
it is merely a line representing in a way
the overflow of the population of our
eastern states. It needs but a slight
acquaintance among the old settlers
in central Kansas to know that they
fear nowadays excessively dry weather
as much as they did twenty-five years
ago. The people who live farther west
are losing faith in the idea of an in
creased rainfall, as is evidenced by the
fact that over two hundred linear miles
of main canals have lately been con
structed for irrigation purposes nearly
as far east as Kinsley, in the Arkansas
valley of Western Kansas. In the Platte
valley, in Nebraska, large irrigating sys
tems are at present being projected.
Stuart O. Henry in Popular Science
A PreserlptloB for Pat.
Dr. Mendclson furnished the following
dietary table, which is warren ted to re
Breakfast One cup (6 ounces) tea or
coffee, with milk and sugar. Bread, 2f
ounces (3 to 8 slices). Butter, t ounce.
One egg or 1, ounces meat
Dinner. Meat or fish, 7 ounces. Green
vegetables, 2 ounces (spinach, cabbage,
string beans, asparagus, tomatoes, beet
tops, etc.). Farinaceous dishes, 8J ounces
(potatoes, rice, hominy, maccaronl, etc.),
or these may be omitted and a corre
sponding amount of green vegetables
substituted. Salad, with plain dressing,
1 ounce. Fruit, 8 ounce. Water,
Supper or Lunch. Two eggs, or lean
meat, 5 ounces. Salad (radishes, pickles,
etc.), ounce. Bread, ounce (i slice).
Fruit, 64 ounces. Or fruit may be
omitted and bread (2 ounces) substituted.
Fluids (tea, coffee, etc.), 8 ounces. .
No beer, ale, cider, champagne, sweet
wines or spirits. Claret and hock in
great moderation. Milk, except as an
addition to tea or coffee, only occasional
ly, bat no rich grariem, aud nothing
fried. New York Times.
Will-Ton tUTsTSe&HSstn your wife,
BUI I have more than that I have a
treasonr. Yankee Blade.
THE DREAD TOMORROW.
Bow often doth the march of eomlnf 01
No echo of its footfall Sins before.
But steals adbsrn the corridor, until
It pauses at tbe door.
Hie eagle's shadow warns the huddled flock,
Tbe tempest sends chill breeses through the
Its harbinger: on man's disasters shock
Swoops all loo suddenly.
the bark, through rapids piloted with care.
Sail, a smooth course, forgetting dangers
Cot strikes tbe bidden reef -edge unaware
Sinks and tbe stream Horn on.
No sign foretell the near approach of sorrow
No note, no breath of warnlnii In the airt
6UU on each sweetest dream the dread tomor
row Bath broken unaware.
Haply twu m ordained by wlaer powers.
Who in the draft of suffering maa must
drain - ,
Infused the memory of oarsloas hours
As anodyne to paiul
Willing that each, unmindful of the knell.
Should pluck the flower, should hall thssna,
Locked aU forgetful while In honeyed spell.
Nor perUb all un bleat.
Accept the proffered boon with thankful heart.
Nor listen for the tramp or irouoioua yeans
Remembered lor shall sooth when sorrow's
Torus thy sweet past to tears.
The Rev. John Russell, a clergy
man of Devon, was as simple in man
ner as be was kindly of heart in
1874 he was invited to visit the Prince
of Wales and enjoyed his visit with
such unfeigned cest that it proved a
genuine pleasure to bis entertainers.
His honest simplicity never forsook
him, and it is said that in talking
with tbe princess he innocently con
tradicted some remark of hers.
"Ko, no, my dear," said he, as he
often bod said before to other women
as far removed from him in point of
years; "no, no, my dear, tis not sol
No one knew whether the pnncetss
noticed tbe slip, but if she did it
merely amused her. But this little
informality must have been amply
atoned for by a frankly gallant
speech which , tbe old clergyman
made to ber on tbe last night of tbe
old year, when be had the honor of
her hand in the dance.
"Now," said he, as the clock struck
IS, "1 can say what no other man
can ever say again."
'And what is that?' asked the
That I have had the honor of
dancing out tbe old year and danc
ing in this new one with your royal
highness." xoutb s Companion.
A Clever Method or Stealing.
An ingenious and successful trick
was recently played at a London flat.
in broad daylight A gentleman
rang the bell at 3 o'clock and inquired
whether Mr. Grey was at borne.
"No, sir," said the janitor; "he rare
ly if ever comes back from the tem
ple before 5 o'clock." "That is
strange," returned the other, "since
I know be has an appointment here
with a Mr. Johnson at 4 o'clock ;" then
he went bis way.
At 4 o'clock, to the minute, Mr.
Johnson called and, giving bis name,
was of course allowed to wait in Mr.
Grey's apartments, which he de
nuded of everything of "portable
value" in ten minutes, and then
walked out observing as be passed
the porter, that be could wait no
longer. Except from a moral stand
point, this seems a really admirable
stroke of business. San Francisco
Emphasizing a Fact.
There are peculiarities, idiosyncra
sies of expression, which emphasize
and accentuate facts. - It is not
enough to say, "he is deaf." We in
variably add, "as a post" It would
appear sufficient to say, "he is blind,
but we prefer in nearly aU cases to
admit of no contradiction by an
nouncing that be is "stone blind."
To be "dead" should suffice; "dead
as a door nail" clinches tbe fact
Detroit Free Press.
Tit Waiter's Impudene.
Mr. Wayback (at hotel) What's
Waiter That's a finger bowl, sah.
"What's it fer?"
"To wash y'r fingers after eatin.
you know, sah."
"Consarn y'r impudeneet 1 don't
eat with my fingers if I do come from
the country. I eat with my knife,
same as other folks." Good News.
English manufacturers claim that
the best willow in the world is to be
found along the banks of small
streams in tbe southern countries,
and there seems some ground for
their contention, although an im
mense quantity of good willow wood
is cut every year in this country.
Prince George of Wales has a much
smaller head than his father, and a
London paper suggests the probabil
ity of the crown being reduced in
size when it is passed along to tbe
present heir apparent j
In 1889 a man walking along Cres
cent beach, Block island, discovered
the hip bones of some gigantic species
of extinct animal. Tbe combined
weight of the two bones was nearly
Savings banks make their own
rules concerning the length of time
for which interest will be permitted
to accumulate on dormant deposits.
These rules are printed in the bank
London has the largest telegraph
office in tbe world, where more than'
3,000 operators are constantly em-'
Walters of nigh Mneag.
There la a saloon keeper near Ninth
and Walnut who has bad half a dozen
poverty stricken sons of noble German
families employed as waiters in his
place. An alleged "count" or two, a
couple of sons of German "barons,"
wearing white aprons, have been feat
ures of the saloon during the past year.
patron of the place says that the pro
prietor was a republican in the father
lane!, and that he takes taearrare in hav
ing the descendants of his old oppressors
serv him in menial capacities. Cincin
nati Commercial (rracstts.
LIFE ON A WATER FARM.
rhere Is Profit la Raising Fish and rrogs
It has not been many years since water
fanning was added to the possibilities of
"agriculture" in Indiana it oegan as a
diversion. It bas become a business.
Knmiirh time has now elapsed to demon'
strata that water farming may be made
practicable aud profitable at least as prof
itable as some other rural occuiwtlon, aud
more enticing than tbe ordinary life of an
griculturist. As much -.money can be
made off an acre of water as off an acre of
land, including well located fish and frog
ponds on the ous band anil orainary larut
Viig on the otbsr.
One of the pioneers of water funning la
Indiana la Mr. Joseph Miinlove, of Milton.
Bevun years ago he bought a small piece of
low land lying between Hie vt line water
canal and White Water river, lis deter
mined to flood the low Intnl. and to add to
his possessions the adjoining high land for
park purposes. Ills alee now Includes
fourteen acres of water and twenty-one of
land. Ills business is largely with the
water and only Incidentally with the dry
land. His first purpose was to establish a
carp pond, fmm which the ilsh market
might be supplied. This was accomplished
in two years with comparative ease. Now
bo has practically an unlimited quantity
of this variety of llsh. However, the pub
lic, taste also calls for bass, aud Mttulove
determined to add this variety to his sup
ply. His lake is now stocked with a vast
supply of black bass. They have grown
finely, and bass Ashing will be "put on tbe
market,"- Iisss promise so much better
than carp that "Fanner" Mnnlove uses his
young carp as food tor bis bass.
Still another "department" hasbeeu add
ed to the '.'furm'1 frogs. Four acres of
shallow water, well grown in flags, were
set apart as a breeding place for frogs.
They breed aud grow rnpidly. Four thou
sand tadpoles were put into this breeding
pen. Many of them are now of a market
able size, and are worth and 3 a
doscn. In catching them for market a
Unlit at night Is used. They stare at tbe
light, and can be caught and bundled with
ease in its glare. In catching large quan
tities of carp tbe lake la d mi tied oft. In
winter the marketable fish are kept in
it is interesting to observe the water
farmer at bis work. He can use a horse
for side purposes, but be needs 'neit her,
plow, planter nor reaper. Suppose he hits
gone out to feed. He has with him mid
tilings or other grain. He goes to the breed
ing pond, sounds a gong or blows a whistle
and tbousaudsof frogs come hopping from
their shelter. They eat tbe food ravenous
ly, and become so tame that the farmer
handles them as a woman does her pet
chickens. The same food is just the thing
for young and old carp. "Fish and frogs
take to grain and grain products," said
Mr. Manlove, "like a boy does to apple
dumpling. Part of tbe season it is not
necessary to feed my stock at all. The
water grass seeds make the finest food for
Osh, aud at certain times of tbe year I
rarely prepare a fish for tbe table that I
do not find hira filled with grass seed."
fairing la the Bon.
There is absolutely no protection thrown
about tbe matter of arranging pairs in the
house. Tbe only rule upon the subject
says that after the first call of the day all
pairs shall be announced by the clerk. Tbe
practice is for members making the pairs
to hand the announcement of tbom to the
clerk, who sees they are printed in The
Record. No questions are asked, and the
members fix up the pairs to suit them
selves. Thus, when a member is absent
and is not paired, be can telegraph to a
colleague and find some member ou tbe
other Bide in tbe same situation, when it Is
arranged that The Record shall state that
these two absent members were paired.
One member wbo went to Kurope with
out taking tbe precaution to get a pair was
used to protect half a dozen members in
one day. It was also found that be was
paired with a member wbo never knew the
other man was absent from Washington.
The Power of the Baby.
No people on the globe love tbeir chil
dren so much as the Chinese and Japanese,
and nowhere do children so much respect
The Coreans laugh and chat with their
children, and the Burmese mother pets ber
baby and sings it lullabys.
The Turks spend hours in playing with
their children, and the most savage of the
Indians spend time in making toys for
There is no country in the world which
the squalling infant does not rule, and on
tbe shores of every ocean and tbe center of
every land tbe baby is king. Washington
Side by side with the greatest Inventions
of the age are classed the craziest offsprings
of the human brain. Today some mighty
Edison patents an idea which lights tbe
world and to-morrow some inoatic offers a
plan by which all humanity can lift them
selves to beaven by their boot straps. In
looking through tbe patent office you are
surprised at the wisdom and tbe foolish
ness of man's intellect. The one is as great
as the other, and from tbe foolish poiut of
view it would seem that when an idea of a
patent creeps into an inventor's house
common sense flies out of bis window.
Frank G. Carpenter's Letter.
To Make Wheat Bread.
Whole wbcat- bread, that is so much
recommended now for children and dys
peptics, is made with one quart of luke
warm water, a little salt, one-half enp
of yeast, one-half cup of sugar, two
large spoonfuls of molasses, one large
spoonful of shortening, eight and a balf
cups of flour. Do not knead it. Stir it
with a spoon to moderately stiff batter and
let it stand over nigbt. In tbe morning
put it in pans, let it rise, then bake. This
quantity will make two good sized loaves.
This recipe is vouched for by a mother who
never lets her children eat any other kind
of bread. Exchange.
Cum Chewing for Kos Bleed.
A city physician says: "A person wbo Is
subject to bleeding from tbe nose should
ki'i'j) some gum in bis pocket, and when be
ic ' mi attack coming on commence chew
ii;,,' t igorouxly. Nine times out of ten the
luiTeaxcd activity of the facial muscles will
nvert the bleeding. If he is not able to
adopt the preventive let him try It as a
remedy and he will generally find it a suc
cess." Albany Express.
Ko Use for HI Memory.
Parson Bluff Remember, you must give
an account of all your actions and deeds
when you go to tbe other world.
Jimmy Fastboy I'm glad you mention
ed it. I am studying a new system of im
proving the memory. I guess I'll drop It
uowv Texas SU tings.
Extract from Recent Novel "At that
moment tbe worthy pastor appeared on
the threshold of the manse. His bands
were thrust Into the pockets of bis bugs
loose coat, while he turned over the leaves
of the prayer book aud wiped his specta
cles." Paul Llndan.
"A half Uoket for tlus boy. plsase." -"How
a balf tlckstf Isn't he U years
"Oh, no( onlylL"
"Oh, then you waat a whole Mckatfor
only children undar M go for half 4hi-
FRIENDS OF THE PUBLIC
MM Or MARK WBO (AtlUIIIWI
ease Paraoaal Sketches aad ImeMeaste
Braia Workers la the Highest
lAVw fr TWoaM.J "
The reader of the morning paper who
its by his cosy fireside and is informed
of what is transpiring in every quarter of.
the globe, elduin realises the amount of
actual labor necessary to ascertain, col
lect, write, transmit, and print this won
derful mass of new.. And yet, aside from
the special dispatches, it la largely cen
tered in one otlioe, located near the Tele
graph building in Now York, and presided
over by a quiet geutlouiun in a most mas
Mr. Willlsm Henry timilh. manager
of the Associated rruss. la in the or line
of life, and possesses a mind clear at to
the requirements of tbe public To prop
erly and promptly handle the mass of
matter that passes through hia hands is
an enormous undertaking, and one which
may well test the capacity of any man.
Mr, Smith bus always been an arduous
worker, and it is by no means surprising
that hia health should, in the past, have
sullered mora or less thereby. The
mental strain necessary to the perform
ance of his duties caused ditlloultles of
digestion which are not easily overcome.
and also a uremic colic, both painful aud
exnausting. au attempts to overcome
these tendencies by force of will power
failed, and he consulted eminent physi
cians, among them Dr. Barthol of Phila
delphia. In spite, however, of tbe ear
and skill of these practitioners, he grew
worse constantly, ine result can Deal
be described in. his own words. He said:
Mr brother. C. W. Hinith. mananer
of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad,
came to visit me, and seeing my condi
tion, took upon himself to conduct my
case, and so secured a preparation which,
I have since learned, he had used suc
cessfully himself and in bis family. I
began its use, and commenced improv
ing at once. This . improvement con
tinued, until notf i am well, and wholly
through the influence of Warner's Safe
Cure. I have since then used the remedy
with good results in my family, and keep
it on hand constantly. I consider it
Mr. Ueorge Alfred Townsend, the fam
ous newspaper correspondent, whose
letters, written over tbe nom de plume
of "Oath," have attracted such wide at
tention, said to the writer: "While in
England I bad a pleasant visit with ex
Gov. S. B. I'ackant, our Consul at Liver
pool. We were remarking on the death
of a number of distinguished Americans,
when the Uovernor said : 'Townsend, I
can't see why so many of our public men
are nassinz awav, victims of one dread
scourge. There is uo need of their dying
if they will consent to avail themselves
of what has been provided' for them, as I
have.' Gov. Packard went on to de
scribe his experience, and I found his
symptoms corresponded almost exactly
to my own. I soon afterward returned
A 1 H.A.I.U. ll.. , 1. . . .
and when I had taken a number of bot
tles of Warner's Safe Cure tbe remedy
uov. rack-am used and com mended to
me so strongly I, tot), was rid of back
ache, bad fluids, tired feelings, nervous
oxhHustion, irregular appelito, 'thick
head,' and to-day am at sound as a nut.
It indicated my disorder and removed It
entirely. I regard It as a godsend to this
country, where Ilright's disease and all
other kiduey disorders are so prevalent"
The aboro statements are not from
etieoure sourres.'but from gentlemen in
the most exalted stations of trust and
responsibility, and the affirmations they
make are the results of actual observa
tion. Does it not stand to reason, there
fore, that the article of which they speak
is a most valuable one, and such as may
be used with great benefit by all whs
are sulTcriug. "
Oood frloe for Bar Coins.
The prices of the Davis coin sale wer
again good yesterday. Colonial Issues
L reached the highest figures. A New
York doubloon of 1787 brought H50; a
set of three Maryland coins, a shilling, a
sixpence and a groat, one of which bore
the bust of Lord Baltimore, $39 each; a
New England shilling of Massachusetts,
143.50, and a pine tree shilling of 1053,
$11.2.".. A Carolina halfpenny, 1004, sold
for $37, and a New York cent of 1780,
with a bust of Governor Clinton and
the motto, "Non vl virtuto vlcl,eold for
The best price for a dime was $41 for
the issue of 1829, with four stars. Dimes
of 1804 and 1811 brought $33 apiece. A
balf dime of 1803 sold for $170. The
collectors and some dealers attending
tne sale were indignant at the threatened
seizure by the secret service authorities
"of some counterfeits of rare colonial
coins. The originals of these coins, they
say, are not now redeemable by any
government, and the counterfeits were
only struck for sclentlflo purposes, and
are of value only to numismatists.--New
York Tribune. . .
Aa Audacious Thlet
For audacity, the record of James John
son, alias "Jersey Jim," "II. B. Barton,"
"E. A. Hobbs," and several other aliases,
will probably equal that of any other no
torious criminal known, to the police.
Last week he entered one of the largo
hotels in this city and stole a package of
letters, including one belonging to Al
fred II. Torreceli, general agent of the
Michigan Central railroad, and contain
ing his annual passes over numerous
railroads and a frank which entitles him
to the free use of the Lines of the West
ern Union Telegraph company for one
These useful articles Mr. Johnson placed
in his wallet, which he lost, however,
while on his way from Philadelphia to
Trenton. On discovering bis loss he de
liberately Inserted numerous advertise
ments requesting their return, and offered
a liberal reward to the finder. It was
these notices that led to his arrest bv the
Trenton police. Philadelphia Record. 1 1
POim torni watr In tii iImt holding
th 6ii() ttffltt ner fhown or ny
Wbtra U wilt-re chro In Mum, and if
It K wnr ill.u Tt.ers re afMKU iu the market 1
Uistlcok vcrv nlos. but will lk stsrerv s
Wswsmnt Tevar's IMPROVED flsU
H, DUI Will !f
lichnr to bs wster tvht at svsry
setm and SMriirVrs iliii slto not to bsm or
ffc. and satliotise our dealers to Disks food i
Ko wirt too ciw Mil lbs tMnolua Anj-re
lb Brand SUckm.
1st. A Soft Woolen Cellar.
nvBucsarmatrsus in siuier point, inersar-e
! 4. This Tra4 Mark (below.)
tur kotn nteee point I
Sssd for Cstslofiit fret,
JU. TOWER. Mfr, Boston, Mm.
fisus Keraeuy for Catarrh Is tbe
Beet, EoslHst to list, and Cheapest
SoM or Srugirlsi or tent by tnali,
Ms. X, . BaMMo. Warren,
TBI f KMPTATIOtf
To rl out of loon la roilth wstrr la sot
stronit, but w tra, many of ui, compelled to fsoe
ronaa weather frequent j. bit whloh arts
from a eblii ire peculiar le uo season of the
year. This Is true! tneretare, Iher shell M be
In the elueM ot eery kouehtd-whtT Not a
uaBieritoaied stlatuiant, atawlutelv davo d ol
eiijrihtiie but an eaottive action, out a tonic
onmnlitln. in Um eittonUr hum of an tuvlanr-
nt so su allerauve, th aualtir ( Orient
at..., mKamh a, Ikd UmUIm'I MI.IIM.
ai'h Bitters ha ihre or four uwrU that no
oiner rTri or Its ree pnse-rs. imtj
does It relfeTeUi eomnlalitte which II even u
a'lr runs. It furUues the snelem eaatnsl the bail
eoVrtsof rhauaeeol leuiwraluir. 1111 end loo
oitea soown in tneuesuty n.rnt ui i grippe,
it produce a radical ehana la tlx weaseued
eotiilltlon ol a ere em Mvullarlr liable to be !
lacked by It, and it teuusto prortU luM the
daiitraulilnr( from sn lutrwlat muKtt
Uou ol Uie blood and a disordered etaKtuf tbe
itver or towels.
What la so rare a ateek wall doner aald lb
June noel sadly to hltnesll as be eouteuplaiMI
oeieatlly to h
We offer On Hundred Dollars' reward for anv
eve of tarrh that eaunot be ourod by laklug
uau a vatarrn i:itr.
r J. I IIKNUV. fYl . PrOHS .Toledo O.
We. tho underelsiied. b v known r J Cheuer
for the last n teen vear-, and belle him twr-
lul holier. til I" all business Ira Minimis aud
rlustirlsll able to csiry "h Isstluus
mute or u r nrro, nt i s i-iiaa,
nuima'e tiruvKi.ts, imi-fin.v.
WAll'INU, K1NNAN A MAItVIN,
W hoi, sale Urusslsis, Toledo, 0,
dlrwtlr upou the blood and mucous aiirmcea ol
t'i ajrsluin. fVsllmoulals aeut free. I'llou, ,6
Hairs Catarrh t.'uro Is ta.eu lutxriiallv. so In
eeuis oolite, rwia oy all aiussitt.
A woman alwais looks' nnder th bed for s
man. -at nan goes out between ants to look for
IrKHIHK TO I) BAR TKSTIMOMV.
Henry Thome, Traveling Secretary of th
. H. C. A , writes from Kxeter Hall
Strand, London, February 2, 1HH8:
" I desire to bear my testimony to the
valus of Aulcoi k s Poaovs Plasts, I
have used them for palus in the baok 'and
side arising front rhetinistia and other
causes never without deriving benefit from
in ir application, xiiev are easily appueu
and very comforting. Those engage.! as 1
am in putillo work which Involves exposure
to sudden ohaiiges of temperature will do
well to keep a supply of Awwt'i Poaovs
i bASTass in tneir portmanteaus."
A man mar run into debt, but be seldom
eooies out at anything faster lhau a walk.
For throat diseases, oouitlis. folds, eta.
effective relief is found In the use of
frown's HroncAtai 7VecAs." Hold onlv in
oofes. to oenui.
It la rather hard to eiaetlv define th nlrk of
time, out oataa is ocruuuiy. in itio ot eiertmr.
KVPTUlia ANK PILSS GTJKBD.
We Doaltlvelv car luoiur. nil snd all fee.
tal (Ilea tut without palu or rteuuillou 'Mm busi
ness, No cure, no liar. Alan all frivols dls
easmi. Address (or pamphlet lrs. Porterrleld A
Lose?, KM Market street, ban Francisco.
It is wise railroad stock that knewa Its own
Tst QasMia for breakfast.
Oae Inanslln Stove Foliahi ae dust, no smell
A needy women
the ons who's overworked, nerv
ous, and debilitated. What she
needs is Dr. Pierce's Favorito Pre
scription. It's made exactly to fit
her case an invigorating, restora
tive tonio, and a soothing and
itrenrrthoninfr nervine, giving tone
and vigor to tho whole system. But
it isn't a mere stimulant. It's a
legitimate medicine, that an expe
rienced physician lias carefully pre
pared, for woman's ailments. AU
tbe functional derangements, chronio
rreaknosses, and puinful disorders
peculiar to the sex, are corrected
and eared by it
And because it's a certain remedy,
it can be made a guaranteed one.
If it fails to give satisfaction, in any
case, yon have your money book.
The best pill costs less than any
other. Costs loss, but does more.
They're smaller, too. and easier to
take. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
ra t!ia bAut tiilla Thuv Hunilals I
w w..w v., an, . ill J ...um.wvw
f-i i! l. a
ueritnuiy tne liver, stomatui, ana
"I am Post Master here and keep
a Store. I have kept A ugtist Flower
tor sale lor some time. I think it is
a splendid medicine." E A. Bond,
P. M., Pavilion Centre, N, Y,
The stomach is the reservoir.
If it fails, everything fails. The
liver, the kidneys, the lungs, the
heart, the head, the blood, tbe nerves
all go wrong. If you feel wrong,
look to tbe stomnch first. Put that
right at once by using August
1' lower, it assures a good appetite
and a good digestion. )
Foley Hot Springs
ARK THK BEST WATERS
For Mvsr and Kidney Complaint. Hhtumstlsm.
no t, Dropsy, Mkin and Private Ultrase. 1 eautl
fully situated In C'sHCle Mountain., no mllra eai
of EoEone. New botel aud batliat open all year
round. Write for circular 10
HA ItH 4 Mi l FOUn. Proprietors,
Look for this s
t in papa, next week
Old Uoi4 sud Mirer Baht send your old Out)
and SI, by aiall to Iks old and rsllsbls house of A
Oounisa, tl Third street, San rnuKnsooi 1 wtU stad ra
return msll lbs essk, sesnrdlns to sssavi If las assonol
iSDOtsstlsfaotors elulituru bM.
The) SfMrelflo A No. I.
rinMs. wltHnut fnll mil A, a
hn-n iind no mailer of how kins'
iTimi rnmeuj'. urns when everthins sis
ins fulled. Hold hy all prumrlsta "
. ...iin n.iiuixrv, ii wins an ll.
Co., San Jos, Cat.
. ... 7A-T,
Simonds Crescent Ground Cross Cuts.
WIUL SAWS. Also Saw Repalrlna.
nr-siaaoNos saw OO., T6
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Fig if taken; it is pleasant
snd refreshing to tho taste, and mU
jently yet promptly on the Kidney,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem eflectually, dispels colds, head
tehee and fevers and cures habifunl
jonstlpation permanently. Pur sale
in SOoand II bottles by all druggist.
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
4 MMOiSOO, 01,
lowtrnu, sr. msv mx, .k
-f- 'i -ZM 9 '
Tliis CREAT COUCH CUBE, ilila success,
lul CONSUMPTION CURE Is sold by drug.
,'itls on s positive guarantee, a lest that noothei
Curs can stand tuccesifully. If you have a
COUGH. llOARSlCNESSor LAGRll'I'lCII
111 cure you prompUv. If your child has the
CROUP or WHOOI'INO COUGH, ne it
jiilikly snd relief is sure. If you fear CON.
JUMITKWi. don't wait until your esse U hope
, but taks this Curt at once sud receive im.
ncdiett help. La rye bottles, 50c. and f 1,00,
Traveler convenient pocket aire 15c Ak
mm druggist for SHIU)H'S CURE. Ifvoui
tint; sre tor or back lame, ass Shiloh't Tor
ies I'lastera. Price, $c ,
Our Wonderful Remedy !
Kidney and Liver Core.
A positive soectflc for all KMnrvTrouhipa stirh
as IRICHT'f DISESSe, DlHICTES, BIU0UNES,
IICK HESDSCMS. Sa. To Hi- snrl It Is unlr...
larly adapted. To try it onos is to recommend It,
The 0. W. R. Manufacturing Co.,
rui tittiiu, vsrustwn.
iOR BAL,S3 VI ALL, slid .UIT.
Will cut Dry or flroen
Bones, Mnl. Urlstin snd al U
Own Cut Honks will
double the number of tixm
mil make tlivia muro tor
tile will carry the hens
sniolr through th mrlllii
iwrtud and put thorn in
condition to Iny when em
roram 11 1 tr-ehlkhesinrii'O
snd will dovolii'i.i jrur
chicks faaur Uan suy
fifl Green K-not snd
no reonoaone to kilt
Die ll'A sn I on a 111 make
H!y per ettu mure jwo-U
u r hi iu, unwiiug ,uu
PETAUDU IWCUBATDg WITT, rtTALPBA, Gab.
LINOS, PiTEIIS. PENSIONS.
ir yon are interested oa mar Land ease; If jna
want a Pa ent, rr diir a Pmslun, write for Infor
mation toll (.WIN HAI.IW'. tr.
tiers. Wsslilnston, l. C. Ikinte t liases. Mining
rialms and HallnMui Latins a stienislty, seas mod
erate. Any desired re'enmoe given.
Oa..SCI M. San lMM
Btf tl lathe acknnwieriM
I aneeturat disfhersee i
I Iirlvete diseases of men. i
leeain remenr ror au
OS rials cure for tbe dstd'S
1 tatlnf meek ueouliss
IMrsssrrky . Iprsarilladrelt
TMlEs0ntwllftl Id , raonaisDsedili It M
f hi Drstcstels.
U I SUPPLIES
Best for least money for CASH,
Address for -rwclal price,
Smiths' Cash Store,
I8-41S trnntSt.. H. t .
Pianos and Organs.
' WINTER HARPER,
71 Morrison Stroot, Portland, Or.
Bnsi With tis or Ostaollue.
Tour Wife can ran it. ..Beqnlres no licensed
engineer. HakesnoamSUordlru Jto Jlaitar.c
or aloctrle bpara.
PALincn & nev,
Sim Fasxe sco, Oak roaTi.Asi. no.
BEATS STEAEI F0WEH
Front ttroot, Portland, or,
TBI II WWI SMWI II HIS III isTIi I SI mi?