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It. Legal A.poot.
Oh, Mr. Smith," nid young lady it a
church fair, "I want your help for a mo
ment "Certainly," replied Mr. Smith, "what can
I do for you!"
'I have Jurt told a tidy for 113 that cost IS
cents, and I want yon to tell me what per
centag that laf"
"A transaction of that kind, my dear Mia
B.," mid Mr. Smith, who ia a lawyer, "get
oat of perceatage and into larceny."
That Infant Hrother Again.
Enfant Terrible: "Say, Mr. Snobby, can
you play cards r
Snobby: "Why, no, Johnny, 1 cant play
E. T.: "Well, then, you'd better look out,
for ma ayi if Emma playi her carda well
ihell catch you,"
She Didn't Want "'Kutui Standln' 'hoar
Mr. Sqnashnm, a jovial old acquaintance:
"So, Ellie yo' see I'm allers goln' to call yo'
Klie so dis am little 'Rastus wat I las' saw a
baby In yo' yarmst Why, how he has
Mrs. Sorghum (Ellie): "Yar; his pa set he
tinka he'd make a good muse in a mus'um;
but I tell him I doan want a chile ob mine
standln' 'longside ob wild g'raffs from Bohneo,
an' Africans, an' sicn like."
Brother Gardner on Ilone.ty.
Detroit Free Press
"Doan' look fur infallibility in de human
race," said Brother Gardner. 'We has all
got our off-days an' our weak spots. When I
gin Trustee fullback de job of reshinelin' my
cabin I fully believed dat he war an honest
man. But I didn't nan' him de money to
buy de nails, nor did I sot around wid my
eyes sbet an' let him mix third class an' first
class shingles together. It war' my dooty no
to frow temptashun in bis way.
"When Whalebone Howkor comes to me
an' axes fur de loan of a dollar I believe him
honest and truthful an' upright, but I take
his notes fur thirty days jist de same. If I
didn't he might be tempted to lie me outer it
It am my dooty to see that he doan' drap any
of his vartues by de wayside.
"I doan' 'speck to find de truth in ebcry-
body. I doan"speck to find all men honest
Some men kin shoulder about two of de car
dinal vartues an' walk frew life all right, but
when you add another you am gwine to
break 'era down. While we may consider all
men faVly honest we musn't advertise t'2 re
ward for 150 lost yesterday an' 'speck de finder
to hire a street kyar in his hurry to restore de
lest cwh. While we may reasonably expeck
all men to speak de truth, we ain't gwine to
get rich outer caskin' checks fur strangers
nor believin' what we read on de circus
"Ize been turnin' de matter ober an' ober
In my min' fur dose many y'ars pas', an' I has
come to de fixed conclushun dat de right way
am fur to regard all men as straight, but to
keep yer eyerpeeled fur defects. Let us now
open on the 85th degree an' purceed wid de
Keataurant Kapld Transit.
"Waiter," said a gentleman who had or
dered his dinner at a fashionable restaurant
some time m the dim past "will you send
out for paper and ink and a notary and two
"Wha' for, sahr
"Oh, I just want to make a will leaving
that dinner I ordered so long ago to my heirs
and assigns forever. That's all"
They hurried that man's dinner right np
and he got It within two hours from that
Thrown Off Bis Guard.
Landlord (to agent for firm of wine growers) :
"Bow is it you sell your red native wine
dearer than the whiter Agent: "Do you
think we get the color for nothing?"
A Cowboy's Obltuarr,
"Now hang me," this wild cowboy said,
"m rush in and paint the town red.
But alas for his plan.
He encountered a man,
Who buried him 'cause he was dead.
A Kentucky Christian.
Kentucky State Journal.
"Not a Christian, sir; did yon say he was
not a Christian?"
"So I've always believed, Mr. Blogg."
"Then there's where you've always got
"Does he attend divine service regularly f
"Perhaps not But this I do know. He
regulates his watch by St Paul's church clock
tvery morning. He told me so himself. Not
lAriatum, indeed r
Oar Oldest lUllrosd.
"What are the ages of our oldest rail
roads." "Oh, well, you might nsk me what
were the oldest roads. Ttio first road
ever built in England the .tomans built
nearly 1,500 years ago. The next kind
of roads put there were tramways, which
began about tho close of the eighteenth
ceutury. They were generally made of
wooden rails. The firht iron was put
down on these tramways about the time
tho Americans were resisting taxation
say, 1767. Uy 1811 there were nearly
200 miles of these iron trams in Wales
alone. Locomotive engines wore first
suggested in England about 1820. Then
a passenger railroad was built in 1825,
the cars drawn by horses.
Tho first railroad lino of any note on
the globe was from Liverpool to Man
chester, chartered by parliament in
1820, and it offered a premium for a lo
comotive engino, and the premium was
won by George Stevenson, whoso engino
ran thirty miles and back on her trial
trip, making as high as thirty miles an
hour, which is pretty good running now.
That first railroad cost ifl20,000 a milo.
The samo year the Haltimore & Ohio
railroad had been laid for a few miles,
and six miles had been put down of tho
railroad from Charleston to Georgia.
The latter railroad James Edgar Thomp
son, afterward president of tho Penn
sylvania railroad, was the engineer of,
and ho was a Pcnsylvanian. "
Tho road from Liverpool to Manches
ter was finally opened with engines in
1830, and the duko of Wellington was a
guest. This road was the pioneer of all
railroads financially as well as materi
ally. In 1838 it was opened to Birming
ham and to London, and by 1850 tho
general British railroad system had been
constructed. There were nearly 1,000
miles of railroad in England in 1841.
The English spent $300,000,000 in ten
years to build railroads. Tho Ameri
cans had by 1835 nearly 24,000 miles of
railroad. It is said that more gunpow
der has been spent to build American
railroads than was used in tho whole
war of the rebellion. The first big
American tunnel was on the Pennsyl
vania railroad in tho Allegheny moun
tains, and cost $450,000. The lloosao
tunnel is about one mile and a half
Keeping a Hemp-Hook.
I always take a look through a scrap
book when it is presented to ue. I don't
know anything that gives me an idea of
tho less oblrusivo tastes of a person
better than a scrap-book. Like a dairy
most people at various periods of their
lives begin to keep a scrap-book. They
go and examine all tho stocks in town
and generally end by buying one that is
too big or too small. For a day or two
they read with a pair of scissors handy.
They have laid in a pol of gum and a
brush. They clip what they don't want
as a rule, to begin with, because after
they have mado up their minds to keep
a scrap-book, they ilon't find any of tho
kind of paragraphs they used to want
to cut out, and they must cut and pasto
something. They "dive furiously at a
paragraph that has no particular mean
ing, that is quite foreign to their tastes.
But thoy must start in.
For a week or so thoy aro moderately
faithful to that scrap-book. Then they
begin to cut things and lay thorn aside
to be pasted when convenient. They
succeed in tilling half a dozen pagos.
Then the heap of cuttings grows larger
and larger until it is in the way, and
some day in a fit of semi-disgust, semi
anger, they throw the bundlo into tho
tire. Years after they find odd clippings
in unused drawers and unfamiliar
corners, and they puzzle and puzzle as
to what they cut them out for.
The Laws of Physiology.
I used to know a very excellent lady
who for several years was an active
worker among tho poor. She became
lame at length, and was eoufined at
A religious frienjl wroto a notice of
the lady's enforced abandonment of be
nevolent activities. Uno sentence was
"God has thus crippled her that she
might have leisure for holy reflec
tions." Seeing tho notice. I called upon the
lady, and examined her feet. It was a
case of much walking with badly-fitting
shoes. If God's plan was to cripple t his
good woman that she might havo time
lor holy contemplations, how can you
explain tho fact that a poor littlo Irish
corn doctor, in one little hour, set her
on her feet again?
Who instituted the laws of physiology?
People talk as if those were not God's
laws. And are they not just as bind
ing and sacred as "Thou shalt not
I'hoephoreacence of the Diamond.
It has long been laid down as an
axiom in diamond loro that the precious
stone was capable of absorbing ray
of light and afterward emitting them in
the dark. While this was abundantly
proved by theory it has been difficult to
put it to an actual test, for naturally
tho great diamonds of the world aro not
accessible for the purpose Recently,
however, a private person, tho fortu
nate possessor of a stone of ninety-two
karats, valued at $200,000, lent his dia
mond for scientific investigation. These
havo been very satisfactorily conducted,
and the phosphorescent qualities of tho
stone may be regarded as proved. The
stone was exposed for an hour to the di
rect action of the sun's rays, and then
removed to a dark room. F'or more
than twenty minutes it emitted light
strong enough to make a sheet of white
paper held near it perfectly visible,
TarU' Matne of GambetU.
The accepted design, by MM. Aube
and Boilcau, for the Paris statue of
Gambctta shows a quadrangular pyra
mid surmounted by a winged lion bear
ing upon its back a figure of the Re
public. At the base Gamhetta stands,
calling France to arms and decreeing
"War to the knife!" At the other
sides are figures of Union, Strength,
and Truth; electoral urns are at the
corners, and quotations from Gam
bctta's most noUd speeches are graven
on the faces of the pile.
The Current: Indian reservation
the right to try it again in the spring.
UAEVIL0D8 REST0BATI0NS. .
The cures which are be I tin made bv Drs.
Starkey & I'alen, 1100 tiirard St., Phila
delphia, iu Consumption, Catarrh, Neural
el. Bronchitis. Ktmuniatitim and all
chronic dirieaaea, by their Compound Oxy
gen Treatment are indeed marvelou. If
you are a mi Merer from any disease which
your physician has (ailed to cure, write
lor information aooui una treatment, ana
It will be promptly sent without charge.
Orders (or the Cotnpound Oxygen Home
Treatment will be tilled by 11. K. Mathews,
(21 Powell street, between Uubh ana Pine
street, ban t ranrlaco.
The World's Exposition plant building
and machinery at New Orleans were sold
at auction (or $l7o,uuu.
"LOVE BEES NO FAULTS,"
It has been said: but, when a woman Is
dragged down, emaciated, wan and a
shadow ot her former seir, witn never a
cheerful word, she can be no longer beauti
ful or lovable. Nature may have been
generous In her gifts, and endowed her
with all the charms oi nersex, but disease
has crept in unawaresand stolenthe roses
from her cheeks, the lustre from her eye,
and the sunshine from her heart But to
be well again lies in your own power.
Take Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription,"
it will cure you; thousands have been
cured by It. Nothing equals it for all the
painful maladies and weaknesses peculiar
to women. Trice reduced to one dollar.
Mrs. Catherine FInley was killed by
lightning while at wcrk in her garden at
BESET ON ALL BIDES
By malaria, how shall we escapo Uie dread In
fcetion? is the question which the denizens ot
fever and atrue districts ask themselves. The
answer comes from (ormer sufferers who for
years have escaped the visitations of the
periodic seoui-go, through the protecting Influ
ence of Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. When
tho necessity for using preventive measures
arises, use this means of prevention at once.
It regulates the liver, facilitates digestion, and
liberates impurities from the system, when
such exist, by promoting healthful action of the
bowels and kidneys. Act early. In all regions
where miasmutiu vapors breed disease, it is
absolutely necessary to be provided with a
safeguard, and this is true, ti'ough a sojourn in
such localities is destined to be brief. No one
ran nfloril to breathe malaria for a short time.
The Hitters is a sovereign aueclflo (or rheuma
tism, debility aud nervousness. Keep it on
Four Arctic expeditions will leave Ger
many next winter.
A disease of so delicate a
nature as stricture of the urethra should
onlv be entrusted to those of large expert
eace and skill. By our Improved methods
we have been enabled to spwioiiy and per
manently cure hundreds o( the worst
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Medical Association, 0(13 Main Street,
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The powder mill at York, Pa., exploded,
killing two men,
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covered whereby a permanent cure is ctlrcted in
from one to three applications. Particulars and
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Knrh year finds "Broini's Bronchial
Tf-oches" in new localities, in various
parts of the world. For relieving Coughs,
Colds, and Throat Diseases, they have
been proved reliable. Sold only in boxes.
Try Germea for breakfast
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sation In the back partTPaln under
the shoulder-blade, ruCneaa after eat
Ing, with a disinclination to exertion
of body or mind. Irritability of temp
er, LowjpiritSjLossetf memory,witlT
a feeling of having negleoted soma
dnty, weariness. Dizziness, Flutter
ing of the Heart Dots before the eyeS
at night, highly cotorecTUflEe.
I THESE W ASNIHOS ARE UNHEEDED,
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TUTTS PILLS are especially adapted to
such cases, one dose effects such a change
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appetite, and canse
the body to Take on 1 le.h, thus the sys
tem Is nonrl.hed, and by their Tonlo
Action on the It;ettva Orran. Mega
lar Wtoole wrw produced. Price aft tfnii.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grit FlAnt or WniKE!ta changed to a
Glohst Black by a single application of
this DTE. It Imparts a natural color, acts
sent by express on receipt of $ 1.
liuianianeuaitiy. com vj imiggmu, or
(mice, 44 Hurra at
WATSON, WRIGHT & CO.,
WMesale Grocers mi coiiusioi JMMts
10 North Front St. Portland.
Ban FruiHiwo Offloe 1! Front Kt
H&ofllfon eofnailMtoo Wbet, Wrjo), H'4, foetid
Fiuri, tiMr, C'Uickeo Etftft, Lamijer, iioop-Mea,
folmon. Mill Feed, O.U, hwltjr, Oniuni, FuUlota
bacon, Laffi, etc Aooount oh. rendenrfl on dmj of
Htod for 'our market report. OormiKwUcooa
and eoniltfnmentj solicited.
THE NARCOTIST HABIT.
How It IMnVm from Alcoholl.m Tha Un
speakable M scry or lb
The first indulgence in in ootiie son so
legitimate; is almost enforced, either by
acute puin or chrome iniomtutt. The lat
ter ia perhaps the more duncrouif. The
pain, if it last for weeks, forces recourse
to tho doctor before tho habit has be
conio in. u ruble. Sleeplessness is a mure
persistent, and to most peoplo much
less alarming thing; and it is, moreover,
one with which the doctors can seldom
deal save through tho very agents of
mischief. Neuralgia, relieved for a time
by chloroform or morphia, may be cured
by quinine; sleeplessness admits of hardly
any cure but such complete change of
life as is rarely possible, at least to its
And tho narcotist habit onco formed,
neither pain nor sleeplessness is all that
its renunciation would iuvolve. Tho
drunkard, it must bo remembered, gets
drunk, as a rulo, hut occasionally. Save
in the last stages of dipsomania, he can
do, if not without drink, yet without in
toxicating quantities of drink, for days
together, lho narcotist who attempts
to go for a whole day without his ac
customed lose suffers in twenty-four
hours far more cruelly than the drunk
ard deprived of alcohol in as many days.
The cited upon tho stomach ami other
organs, upon tho nerves as well as the
brain, is one of indescribable, unspeak
able discomfort amouutiug to torture; a
disorder of the digestive system more
trying than sea sickness, a disorgani
zation of tho nerves which after some
hours of uiiReakablu misery culmin
ates in convulsive twitchings, a mental
and physical distress, simply indescrib
able to those who have not felt it.
Whore attempts have been made
forcibly and suddenly to withhold the
accustomed sedative they have not in
frequently ended in a few days in mad
ness or death. In other cohos tho vic
tim has sought aud obtained relief by
efforts or through hardships which, in
hit or her best days, would have seemed
impossible or unendurablo. One woman
thus restrained escaped in deshabille
from hor bed-room on a winter night of
arctic severity; ran for miles through
tho snow, aud was fortunate enough to
find a chemist who knew something ot
tho fearful effect of such privation and
had the good sense aud courago to give
in adequate quantity the poison that
had now become the first necessary of
In a word, narcotics, one and all, are
to thoso who havo once fallcu under
their power, tyrants whose hold can
hardly ever bo shaken oil, which punish
rebellion with tho rack, and with all
thoso devices of torture which mediieval
and ecclesiastical cruelty found even
more terrible than the rack itself; while
tho most absolute submission is re
warded with sufferings only less endur
able than tho punishment of revolt. De
Quiry's dreams under tho itilluence
of ouiiiin were to tho tortures of resist
ance what tho highest circlo of purga
tory may bo to the lowest pit of tho in
ferno. ltrltlah Fertility.
John Burroughs in The Ceutury.
Everything betokens a race still in its
youth, still on the road to empire. The full
bloododtiess, the large (eet and bunds, the
prominent canine teeth, the stomachic aud
muscular robustuoiH, tho health ot the
women, the savage jealousy of personal
rights, the swarms upon swarins of children
and young people, the delight in the oK'ii
air and in athletic sihm-cs, the love of
danger and adventure, a certain morning
(rashness and youthtulueai in their look, as if
their food and sleep nourished them well, as
well as a certain animality and stupidity
all indicate a people who have not yet slack
ened speed or taken in sail. Neither tin
laud nor the race shows any exhaustion. In
both tuore Is yet the treshucoj and fruitful
ness of a new country. You would think the
people, had just come iuto potwossion o( a
virgin soil. There is a pioneer hardiness ami
fertility about them. Faivilius increase as in
our early frontier settleineuU.-
Why we itcuret it.
A well-informed scientist up and declare!
that dimples and intellectuality are nevei
found on the same person. We regret this
we regret it keenly, not because we are
dimpled ourselves, but because there is such
a state of dimpleuess, so to speak, In this
Pitiful has Ik-oq the fate ot the Gloucester
fishermen. The losses since last August
count up 18 vessels and 249 men, leaving (3
widow, snd 134 orphans.
ST. HELENS HALL,
A Boarding and Day School for Girls,
CONDUCTED HYTHE MIHHE8 KOPNF.Y,
Undar th. .uponiilnn of Th. Kt. YU-i. U. WisTAB
Moiihis. D. I) , Binlinp of Orpiino.
Tbnrongh Instruction In Knillih, ArL Language,
Vocal and Inntruintntal Hunt, and Rmkkatilii.. A
enrni ot tutrtwn Wwolirni. Pupil, .dmlttrd at an; as
and Into any or all of tli. dimrtmtnt. Tli. new Una
IxdnaontbtKIIlST WEDNESDAY o( SElTtMBtit
Catalofu. aant on apr.llcaUoo.
THE BISHOP SCOTT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
A Boarding tnd Day School for Boyi.
THE EIGHTH YEAH UNDER ITS PRES.
ent management boffin SEPTEMBER 1
Bijn of anv ag or dufrt of adranwinnut aliulttMl.
Itoyp disco ror ooiieffe or puwwm inrr xaiflgrau
naU ainoni the Uwhen. Hrwdal Inntnictloo In Fn-
Diannutp, Drawing, Muilcana Mm1mh uuiinu
dpHne rtrlct No ba1 buys wLmitUxl. ror o
aud circular or anr tlformatloD. adftreM
J. W, HILL. H. I , Head Muter,
P. O. Drawek 17.
A Bosmess Edacation nOLDMBIA
Addreas W. H. JAMF.S l Iflt 1 Pfip
Principal, P.O. IJoiUV
Orders for Sorts for all our
HO. 14 SERIES of Body Type can
now be filled by return mail from
our Portland Branch, 1 12 & 1 14
Front St., Portland, Oregon.
PALMER & REY.
R. U. AWARE
Lcrillard's Climax 'Phg
(Marine a rtA Hn lag ; thai LorlUanl'i
Kaae l.rafriliacut: that LortHard'.
Xavy rllppln.a. and that Lorlllartl raa0a,a
U baat aud cnaapwt, quality oonaUlarad
ra8! FILES! FILES!
.A SUHE CURE FOUND AT LAST
50 0NK REED BUTTER.
A mr our for Blind. Illwdlnf, ltchlnf ind ITIoit
atrd I'iIm ba. twrn riiicovm-d by Dr. W illinai (an In
dian Ktmodri nurd Dr. Wtlll.ni. Indian I'll. otnt.
nirnl. A un.1. Imi hu etiml Ui. vur.1 rlinntlo oum.
of IbV or 30 yiar Handing. No nnr nrd tuftYr nr. nun.
UU .(Mr a.pljliif till. ondrfid auulldnf nixllilua
Laliona liiMtruuivi.u and .ltctu.n do nioir harm Ui.n
too. William ludl.u I'll. Oliituirnl aloorb. tlir tu
mora, allitr. Ui. fliUxiM lu-hln. artlculrly .1 uiht
afut fvtuit. aaiw ui Urtli, aru ata imiuIucw, .ivt In
taut rrll.f, and I. rruarej only for FliM, Hctiluf of
U private iMtrta, aim fur iinUitn. Im.
hVad alial llir linn. J M tV.ltitil-ny, of Clrrrland.
ar alwul Dr. William. Indian l'il lilhiiuriil: "I h.,t
uard roM of fll. Curve, and It .Ifurd. n. ttlnuur. to
y that I bav. n.var fntiud .nyUniif whlt-h .tv nu'h
tatnidial and pt-nnanfiit rvli.f a Dr. William'. In
dian OlutaMnt.M Fir aalv tiy all druirglit. .nd mailed
on rorld of nrioa. II. O t. lUohariU A (to., i.7 aud at
Hanaom. stmt ota-ner day. ban Krancuwo
Destructive Htornm have wrought frrcnt
damage to crops aud property iu lllinolH.
The (Treat diaphoretic and anodyne, (or
cold", (event and inllatnitiatory atticku, U
Dr. 1'lerre'a Compound Kxtrarto( Snmrt
Weed; also, cure eolir, crumps, rholera
morhuH, diurrhti'a and dynoutcry, or
blooily llux. Only 60 centH,
Stintttroke are ntimerons aud fatal In
all the large cltiea of the Kant.
Wlra IUby w. alrk, wo ptre her CA8TORIA,
When ihtnti Child, ihe cried for C ASTORIA,
VTbta ah beearuo UUa, .lis dung U CA3T(IIilA,
When (be W CUlMruu, ako gao Uiom CASXUUU
Kvon'onr'i duty to uxe Oivvon lllood Iurlflcr.
The hrt Blood rurlfliT and Tonlo Altoratlra (n nno.
R quickly curia all 1)1nh orijtiuatlnif fmnt a dii
orduml nUI iC Die ltliod or Utiv. lthoutnKtltm, Nrw
rmltfla, HloU'titw, Hoik ritni'U, Korofula, Tmnor, Halt
Klitniin and Morcurtal I'aini nwidlly yield to IU purifying
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SAM FRANCISCO. CAL.
A Itemarkable 'nr of a Horar.
In the full of 1SK.1 I hail a vahmlilo horae
Uken with the pinkeye, ronultinir in bloixl
poimin. After nine niinilli. of dui'torluir with
ull the n'lnediea to be fniiml In homo booka, 1
ileapttlreil of a cure. Ilia rlk'hl lilml Ick wa. an
litrKe aa a tiiuii'e hody. anil liuil on It over forty
running mires, lie wnaatnoHt pit initio looking
olilect At luKt 1 thotiKlil of Swili'a fHtille,
and enniineiieed to iihii II. I luted llfteen liol
Ilea. In AiikuhI hint all aymiitiitnaof Uiei'iaeuao
diHupiieurrtl. Thero lutvo bcni noaiKiiaof a
return, and Ihe horse haa done a mule'i work
on my farm ever ui nee.
Jamkh L. r i.r.MiNa, AiiKimta, Qa.
January 9, lt!.
8wUt Hpeelflo la entirely vfiretahlo. Trea
Uhw on IIUmhI and Skin 1 linen Be. mailed free.
Tiik Swikt 81-Kfii'irl'Oj Drawers, Atlanta
Ga.. or 150 W. ll Ht, N. Y.
Entlnlt) fru from
SECOllMF.JDrj) IT III.
$I.SO irr IMIlo
Summor Complaint, DlRrrhnoa, Mala
ria, Pnoumonla, Consumption, Dys
pepsia, Fevers, and all Bowol TronbloH,
WOKtiT CASES, prevontfd, enrod and
relieved by DuliV 's Puro Malt Whiakey,
endorftcd by tho leading i'liykiciiuia and Lhcoiuu
of the world for in purity.
Sold by Dru,itti aud Groccre.
Pacific Coast Aocnts,
A. F. EVANS & CO.,
MIT FRANCISCO, CAl.
California lire Works,
329 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO,
WIREEVERYTHING IN WIRE
We offer for aale at lovwwt fljriir
ikt point rorular and thick atiC
Being regularly liannaod we gtiarantea our ouatomon
brand of vary beat ttoeL
alio at luwoat marl
UIrn UnHmni All meihe. k width., (pilvanlnxl
W,rn PlntU 1 of all kind, for fruit dryer., threat
If If C tlUlllie, horvovkm, riddlo., .to.
Unn Wiro i traln'nl' boja, mad from rtoel ia
nUU II II C 1 bjng lengtk. .jiocially lor tha irurjioao.
and all other kind, ot trap, for
mule, ftquirreU, rata and niioa,
for laying out vineyard., dl-
dlitanou and niadt
Ornamental and Useful Wire and
VOTE. We mrtit Kuttrru eomprUtten hf
hama nuumtueium, and msll jrwi butter gomla
mt tuwrr prlcf.
Th Portlanrl nti.lnou CoIIoro, Portland, Orr
gon, ofTera luporlor private and eloaa lii.trtietlon
to the young and middle-aged of both anxoa who
de.lre to obtain a praetlcal odueallon in the abort
eat time conlUnl with thorough work, and atthe
oii'theyear. Studcnta admitted any tlmo ( uta-
logueon appllealinn. A. v. ahmhtroxo, rnneipiti.
A Clear Skin
Is only a part of beauty;
but it is a part Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
Thlanowiler never varlea A marvel of liurltT.
ahontilh and Imloeninenena. tlora eonondral Utaii
Iheonllnary kind., and cannot IX aoul in nanjwu.
tionwith tho mtiltltmla of low teat, abort wuight.
Alum or phiaphata Miwdra. Bold only In oaua.
Hot At Uaatau k'owuiat Co., loS Vail .trout, N. T.
unraua, liand invlnin
HKAXICII A BACH.
llahlor, KouitUh I'lanna; UunuA.
tmraua, liand Inununenta. Uiiyuni .tota ai nnee.
alualo and Hooka lland. nteplied at'Kaatem irlou
At. (111AV. 1-o.t Street, 8iui Kranelina
IC A. JON KB, U. D.
1. O. 1IHVANT, M. P
DRS. JONES & BRYANT,
Physicians and Surgeons,
ClAN UK FOl'NU AT THKUt OFF1CK DAY
J uml ninht. AiiilwiliTV and (liwiiw'S of
women aB.MH ialty. Oilhcl-H FUt St,OitHtttirB),
TM ni-'.l.T or Hfirtwrfr
tnr amile ripiMwly for
thcuro of drretfMRi.t
of th irrnrrtlvttuivani.
Vrt l nu mtiUk bout
tint .iifttmnii'nt, Um ron
tlnuoui ntfVju of KLt-XV
T K I C I T V penwMttntf
Uiroi.Rti th frtJ mnA
rttoro triem to lKltMf
rttun. 1K not ronlwihd
titt wllh F.Iurtrt brlta
itverti'Mtl to rut U III
f mm tund to t It to fot
ror i'in'iiiai iriT1,K ' " ininrniHiiun. Riiunw y
I KffV litKeinrlyiiolNrrvfi
Ui Vlmilr . una Mllhout
Deltility, liOM ol Vitality,
Waaknuw. Vlrikt Deellne.
Ounditlona, Prmtalltia, KkV
mov anil tiladdcrt Umiidatnta,
Dlwaara ot the llkmf, Krup
I.Idih. and all theevili'deota
of youthful follioa and ea
omvc; iienuanently pro.
venting all Involuntary
weakening drain. uim tha
iiy.U'in, however Uief occur
miUirin. Lnt Manhood.
V . ,.lfA.K..I tlw
case may be, and where all other reuuxile. havo (ailed.
A Perninncl Vwrt Ab.olulely t-unranirru.
rnee J M per bottle, or flro boltlca for 110. Reni
upon roo.ii.of prion, or O.O.U., to anraddn atrlot.
Iyuiratn,ly lK. Us."''1:"-''"'
w om atniv MnirLiiia I rnltelnco HI.
" 1 a Mutllotanl to ahow It
' " " .i .tln,, aivrsria avtul rM
i iuiuuuoa. .liiiiiu ouundeutiaL hr wUer or aa
No. U Koarny St., San Francisco, Cai
TtlMTA ALL CHRONir, BrtCtAL AUD PIVAT Dl.aAaW
aim WoKiiaRrix Hnuuiaa,
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I
la a certain cure for
SrrrouH Itehlllty, f.oxi
horn, and all the avll
effect of youthful fnUie) ,
and exeoawa, and In
ii ilpJi. - L'fl '"f"'". jm minim,
,r;v ' iWl wltotaareirnlarhyatca
X eZi (rmduato ol the lli' tr
7yi'i, ZWA 'ty of Pennsylvania. wl.
.rIMVI (,.rl,.lt AM)
a cuae of thl. kin.' U.e
I'faf vV.ifolnfvr (iia
dor his tpoelal advice and tiratment) will not owro
ll.iiu a botue. or mur time, rue quaniitr '
any a.ldroaon rclt ol prtee, orU O. I. In ptivata
name it doiiml, by In Afnff, It Xrarnj Nt.,
H. '. t at Bond for Hit of quratlona and paniUM.
SAMVl.E JtOTTLW FRKM I
will be tent to any on applying by letter, atatlna
Sniitomi, aex and ae. BUict aoerocy in rejfard to
I bullae tranaaetloua.
IHTAIILIHIIRD IN KAHT PORTLAND IN 1M1
J and reeently rrOlud and refuniUbed with all In
lateat llnprovnnent. .nd appllanee. tor th. lucceMful
treatunui of all Mind leal and nurkieal dla
raarH. The nirrouodlui vround.. eou.iiUni of over
1(10 acre., with tli. eileuaive bulldln.., make till, a
lileaiMUit nolne for tnvaliit.. Th. meeuaniral, electrical
and other apparattu and appliance, niak. the HanU
tarium a complete modlcal ami lundcal liulltuta, wliere
Uie yhrniclan. and .urKeon. in eharue have eveiy advan
tage and unequal od faollltiea for Ui. auoonaif ul tna
CHE0NIC DISEASES IN GEKEIAL,
And Mpedally In Xervoaa dlnorder., with .flection
of th. ilraln and rlpinal Uurd; Catarrh, Aathaaat
and all dlieaar of Throat. Luugnand alrpaa
uea, llladdrr. Liver, Kltlneya. Htomaeb,
Dlaeatlv. tlni.n.. Kheuinatlim, Herofula, Hyphili.and
diaeaw. of tli. lllood .nd Mkin; dlaeaaiw of wuiu.0 and
nira; Kre and Knr; diiraar. of a private nature of both
mim; I'llrn, Flit U la, Tumor. luoluillniiOano.r,
Driorulttea of Ui. Hack, lilp, Kent, Kyea, ate. .to.
Nprrlal mom. for ladle, durinff eonflnement; ala
for (ipliiu, Alcohol and Tobacco habit, and a few pri
vate liiume caaea. Th apparatua include complete
MV V ' P'VAppatatua for inhalation of
VjV X VJTIjXl pure or oompound oiyaea aa
in f arlou. diMiaara; a vaccuum apiiaratu. fur increaaluf
rlrculation, developlni atrophoid Ihuua, part., .to.;
Movement applianoea, Ilatha, etc
The phyilctan. In chant ar rraduate In medicine
and surgery, with elten.lv hoepital and prtvat pra
tlce, ana am competent to pniMrrllie for any eaas or per
form any nirxical operation. The sanitarium, with It
appliance aud facllltlea backed by IU phy.icl.n. with
their attendee knuwledire and .iperience, can aafeiy
pnimia. .uooea. in many ixfttauov. wb.r nuu.rou
other phydcian. bav failed.
PATIKNTH not Invalid treated at oar dty oDe or
after .lamination at their own boniea.
FRKE CLINIC for th poornery Batorday, froaa t
to 4 r. u.
For further information, term, circular., te., call or
riffloe-l( and 17 lal'he Bulldlni, comer Reoond and
Waidilniton atreeta, HlKTLAM), olltlMlN.
Did you Sup
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
K. P. N. tj. No. S7.-& t. M. O. Mo 164