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Aa Ildlrldusl of 111 Fruinlt rersitA.Iin r.
Uncertain Ac sail MiRralorT llelilu.
Conic, children, put away your play
things, and 1 w.ll tell you aboi't tha
dressmaker; a creatyou which von have
all hoard of, no doubt, but of which It
Is not possible you can be fully lu-
A dressmaker, then, is an individual
of the femalo persuasion; age, uncer
tain; habits, migratory.
It is tho custom of the dressmaker to
roam about from house to hou., os
tensibly for tiie purpose of titling
orosses 10 ner viciinm; nut tin is an
er.or. jne urvssniaker was never
known to be guilty of such an ind's
crelion. They who Lave spread the
report nave Injured ho." grossly. N
ro; tho tlrcsmutiker tlooa not fit
dresses. She has better business on
hor hands than any such trilling affair
as that. Her mission is a b:gh and en
noo:ing ono. All sucii commoni)lace
matters as cutting and fitting dresses
sho relegates to Hie inferior iutelligouce
oi her customed.
Uut let nie tell you just what tho du
ties of the die-wnfaker are.
To-day she is eniMsred to spend tho
day with Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Smith re
ceives the dressmaker with open arms
and some twenty or thirty yards of
silk. The dressmaker is kind enough
to look at the silk, and kinder still to
lit down and out it into patches emi
nently suitable for insertion in a crazy
quilt; in the meantime rep-aline Mrs.
Smith with a full and accurate account
of domestio economy as practiced at
Airs, urown a.
VV'hilu'thn ilriitsm jlrpr la nnrriwil In
this two-fold operation of dissecting
Mrs. Smith s silk and Mrs. Brown's
household affairs, Mrs. Smith is kept
very busy. Lislcn'ng to a recital of
ono s uoar menu s eccentricities al
ways a delightful occupation and
superintending the preparation of diu
ner are quite a strain upon even the
But in prooess of timo dinner isroady,
the silk is divided and subdivided to
the satisfaction of the dressmaker, and
the wholo story of Mr. Brown's
domestio economy has ben told.
That is to say, it seemed to have been
.told. But the app 'arance of tho sev
eral articles of tood upon Mrs. Smith's
table reminds the dressmaker that sho
has omitted some very important items,
and straightway sho iiroceods to com
pare tho respective liills of fare pro
vided by her hostess and by Mrs.
Brown, much to the disadvantage of tha
Dinner over, the dressraakor pins and
bastes and ties upon Mrs. Smith all the
pieces of silk, big and little, that come
convenient; all the while, of course, en
tertaining her hostess with most im
proving conversation upon a variety of
subjects, embracing almost everything
under heaven, from the last novel up to
the way Mrs. Gray's servant acted when
Mrs. Gray's baby camo down with tho
The afternoon is consumed in this
way, and supper time and Air. Smith
come before tho trying-on process is
fairly completed Mrs. Smith retires to
make herself presentable, the dress
maker meanwhile gracefully flirting
with the lord of the manor.
At the tea table, the dressmaker,
now having an enlarged "audience, re
peats with additions and improvements,
her essay on th j comparative merits of
tho Smith and the Brown cuisine, and
at the close of the meal the dressmaker
retires from the field with tho proud
satisfaction that she has shod a radi
ance over the Smith household for ono
day at least, besides amply earning the
five dollar gratuity for her distinguished
The dressmaker and the dress have
no interest in ono another from this
moment, but during the ensuing throe
weeks that Mrs. Smith is engaged in
sowing, ripping, rHseving, undoing,
rearranging and nltoring that dress, it is
to be presumed that the dressmaker is
ever present to her thoughts.
How pleasant it is thus to live In tho
memory of those whom you havo bene
fited! It is needless to follow the dross
maker on hor mission of love and use
fulness. To-morrow sho will be irradi
ating tho household and severing the
silk of Mrs. Black. Tho only difference
in the day's duties will bo that, instead
of Mrs. Brown's domestio affairs and
Mrs. Brown's cookery, it will bo Mrs.
Smith's homo economy and Mrs.
Smith's cuisine which pass in review.
I think I have said enough, children,
to show you that the dressmaker does
not tit dresses much less mako them.
If you have any doubt about the truth
of what I have told you, however, you
would better ask your mammas, who
are amply able to satisfy your uncer
tainity. Boston Transcript.
A Mock Polar-Bear Hunt..
Tho mock polar-bear hunt is a favor
ito gamo among tho Esquimau boys.
A few lines will dcBcribo it One of tho
boys of the village gets a polar-bear
robe, and wrapping it around him after
he is out among the ice-hummocks
about tho village, he comes crawling
along some sledge-path near the igloos,
when he is discovered by the dogs and
surrounded. This is likely to be very
rough sport: for the boys take their
spears and jab away at their brother in
the bear robe, until yon would think
they would break some his ribs; while,
the dogs, emboldened by these . sup
posed brave advances, oftentimes take
big bites of fur from the dangling edges
of the robe. The mock bear rears up
on his hind feet and growls in a very
ferocious manner, until, worn out at
last with his hard work and with hav
ing his head so tightly covered up with
a heaw robe, he finally falls over at
some thrust of a spear and pretends to
expire. But the next moment he crawls
out from the robe, much to the disgust
of the dogs, with their hopes of a fine
meal of bear flesh. Lieutenant Fred
trick Schwalka, in St. Nicholas.
The Great Eastern is the champion
coal consumer of the world. She
burned 2,877 tons of cool during a ten
days' run from Liverpool to New York.
"K. T. Eerald.
It is stated that one or two churches
are -burned throughout the United
States every week. i
THE CHARMING WIDOW.
How 8ha Impressed Hanl-lfearU-l
HlnreWper, as Mis Always Hies, with
Her Dainty Sob ami Tearrtil 01 in cm.
She was pretty an 1 .sweet, so much
o that tho several clerks nearly broke
their nocks In struggling to seo who
would Lo the ono to wait on In r. but
Eho Ignored them all, and, sitting down
on a stool, drew from her pocket a
handkerchief which she held in p n lineso
for an appl cation to her eves, .iml neni
for tin) manager. Lie soon came up to
the lady, who, with the hamlkereli.ef lo
one eye, flashed the other brill ant orl
at his, and told her story thusly:
"Mr. B , Charley, my ' husband
(sob.) is dead and I have no suiublt
(sni'lle) mourning. 1 came down to
soo (gulp) if you would trust mo for a
(sob) mourning outfit." (Snilllo.)
Here tho other eyo was hid behind the
handkcrch'cf, while a kind of cold chill
shudder passed over her.
'But. my dear madame. I don't know
you. It would bo rather departing
from our rules to comply with your re
quest," replied Mr. B , politely.
How mucii of a bill did you wih to
"I want (sob) everything as nice
(snilllo) as I can get (sob) about (an
other snilllc) SlIX), I (sob) guess.
"I am sorry, but as you are a stran
ger to me 1 shall havo to deelino unlcs
)on can furnish security or come recom
mended by somo ono known to us."
"Do vou (sob) know Mr. (two sobs)
Mr. Uieh follow?" . (Two sniffles.)
"Yes, madamo, I know him; do you
think bo would guaranteo the payment
"I don't (sob) want (sniffle) want
you to (snilllo) ask him (sniffle) because
I am going (two sniffles) to marry him
(sob) when my (sob) mourning has ex
"Well, in a case of that kind ol
courso wo will trust you; we can pre
sent tho bill to him after your mar
riage." "0, thank you (brightening up),
thank you; indeed, that will be nil
right Now I want a box of black
gloves number six and a hnlf, fourteen,
yards of cashmere, thirty yards of crape
cloth, twelve yards of veiling, two boxes
of black silk hose (number eight) ami
the necessary trimmings; please fix it
up nico. Don't you think I will look
mco in mourning?'"
Mr. B looked into her eves, his
heart began to jump, and thinking dis
cretion tho better part of valor, he
assured her that her order would be
filled and the lady depart-d smiling.
Mr. B after the flash of :n pretty
widow's eyes would have filled a thous
and dollar order and paid It out of his
own pocket. Ho is bald-headed.
Visit of a Traveler Who Knjoyotl Ilia
A seeno I cherish with especial ten
derness is that passed at Chaeghi, be
hind Singapore. A Malay fishing villago
lay beneath our bungalow upon a broad
and snowy beach. In barbarous regions
of tho North men live underground, but
theso dwellings were suspended in tho
sunny air among plumes of cocoanut
and betel; behind them rose tho shadowy
jungle. There was no cultivated land
in Nigui, iur me luuiuy onus ins Harvest
and Lis garden in the sea. The smooth
sand below high water mark was a par
terre of sponges, green and red, and
purple blue, intermixed with coral. Old
fashioned people in Europe cherish
certain round masses of limestone,
daintily fluted, and put them under a
glass case for ornament Imagine their
beauty iu the sot where nature places
them, every l p and hollow on the cream
white surface traced out in vividest
pencilling of green, with tho scallowcrs
of sponge around them.
But alter the tirst impulse of delight
one almost comes to overlook this charm
ing foreground: for beneath the water
lives a tangle and a niao of all things
lovely for shapo and color and growth
and motion. Coral takes a hundred How-
cry forms, weeds branch like trees or
wave like serpents; sponges are cups ol
amethyst and ruby. hen waves lie still,
ono sees just as clearly into the depths
below as into the air above, and almost
as far as it seems. Tho vegetation is
gigantio in its loveliness. There are
coral growths shaped like an Egyptian
lily and as white, but three feet in di
ameter, wherein a mermaid might take
her bath. Others break into a thicket,
each twig covered with snowy rosettes
which bear a morsel of green velvet in
their lwsoms. Others are great round
hillocks diapered with emerald, .with
here and there a bush of scarlet thorn
springing from their sides. Through
and over tho garden long silvery weeds
tremble and quiver in a net. Small lish
as quick as humming birds, and almost
as gay. dart to and fro. Water snakes
float past in coils like Indian enamel of
every shade, in red and brown and vel
low and purple. I am grateful that fate
allowed mo three weeks of life at
ChangHi. Frederick JJuilc. in Bel-
Thcro is reported danger that tho
latest eruption of Vesuvius will over
whelm Pompeii afresh. The whole of
the old city has not yet been disinterred
by any means, It is slow work to res
urrect a wealthy place which once con
tained at leastO.000 inhabitants, from
such a deep tomb of ashes and scoriae;
and furthermore, the work had to be
prosecuted with extreme caution. Reck
less haste might result in the destruc
tion of priceless works of art; a too
sudden exposure to light and air might
cause masterpieces ol iragiio material
to crumble into dust It has been
hoped that further researches would be
rewarded by the discovery of precious
manuscripts works of unknown auth
ors, or complete copies of works where
of the greater part has been lost and of
which we possess only iragraenu or ex
quisite beait'y. Already many manu
scripts have been found; but these were
not of the character hoped for. A del
uge of lava would end all research of
this kind, and deprive the world of one
of its most delightfully interesting
places of pilgrimage. Af. ft Times
Democrat. -According to the Salt Lake Tribune
the lineal descendants of Brigham
Toang now number 15,000.
CAN BR1GHTS DISEASE BE CURED 1
llr. Geo. W. Edwards, is a well-known
I'hiladulphlan, now In middle life. Hit
father wm one of the moat public spirited
men of the Quaker City, and did much to
improve lbs place by the erection of a
numlier of koU-U and other costly edifices.
Mr. Edwards, Sr., died about twenty Tears
ajro of Hrlght's Ditteaae. and so did his
w ife. Tha present Mr. Edwards tkua In
herited the disease and at an early period
la his life became a confirmed invalid with
but little hope of recovery.
A gentleman counseled with the press,
who was threatened with the same dis
ease and had heard of Mr. Edwards' re
covery, recently called upon hiniaud give
the following account of his Interview:
To the question if he had really been as
great a sutTerer as represented, Mr. Ed
"Yes, I had Bright! Disease. My father
and mother died with it fco did two of
my brothers. It came on me slowly. I
passed much albumen and many epithelial
casts, which are the sure indications of
the disease. Furjhree yean I was to
vrostrated at to be unable to attend to
business. I was utterly exhausted. Not
only was I not able to walk with comfort
but actually could hardly walk at all. 1
hartlly averaged an hours' sleep in the
twenty-fouf. Nearly all the while suf
fered with severe neuralgic pain in viy
head and rheumatic pains in my joints,
lily digestion was miserable. 1 was ner
vous and continually disturbed. At the
St George hotel, where I lived, I found it
Impossible to take my meals at the table,
for my nerves were in such a state that
the rattling of the knives and forks dis
tressed me and compelled me to leave the
dining reom. The little I was able to eat
was brought to my room.
"I was in this exhausted condition when
my friend, Mr. Arthur llagan, of Front
st, who had been niado a new man by the
use of Compound Oxygen, said to me that
he believed there would be some chance
for me it I were to try that treatment A
drowning man will catch at a straw and
I caught at this in my desperation, retard
ing It as little more than a straw. In about
ten days after I began usiug it the severe
pains in my head wore greatly relieved,
and before many more days they were
gone. Then I began to gain strength.
Uraduallg the rheumatic paint went
away. My appetite improved. I loon
became able to enjoy refreshing sleep. For
two months I toot the Oxygen Treatment,
dally gaining. When I first hegaa to take
It I was so weak that I could not Inhale
for more than teu or fifteen seconds.
began in March, ISSi, and finished in
May, By this time I was to well that I
needed no more Oxygen.
Now I am able to attend to my business
regularly and cheerfully. I live tn the
country and come to town every day.
sleep soundly, take a good ileal of active
exercise, eat everything I want and my
digestion is good.
A " Treatise on Compound Oxygen,"
containing a history of the discovery aad
mode of action of this remarkable cura
tive agent, and a large record of surprising
cures in Consumption. Catarrh. Neuralgia,
Bronchitis. Aetlnaa, etc., and a wide rauge
of chroaio diseases, sent free. Address
Drs. Starkky& Falk.n, 1520 Arch street
Orders for the Compound Oxygen Home
Treatment will be filled by H.E.Mathews.
Oil Powell street between Bush and
Pine Btreets. San Francisco.
Since the appearance of cholera la Spain
70,0PM people have fallen victim to It.
and every sPKCiEsor Itching. Scaly. Pimply,
Inherited, Scrofulous, and Contagious Diseases
of the Mood, Skin, and Scalp, with Loss of hair,
from Infancy to old aire, are positively cured by
the C'UTK'l'KA ltKMKOIKH.
Cutrtka ItKsoLVKNT.thenow blood purifier,
cleanses the blood and perspiration of impuri
ties and poisonous elements, and thus removes
Cuticuha, the great Skin Care, Instantly
allays ltchinir and Inflammation, clears Ue
rikia and Scalp, heals Ulcers and Sores, and
restore the Hair.
Ci'ticuba Soap, an exquisite Skin Beautiflor
and Toilet Kequinito, prepared from Cutioitka.
1h indispensable In treattnirSkln Diseases, Haby
Humors. Hkln lilumiHtio.Cliapped and OilySkln
Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticuha, flOo.i Ha
solvent, $1: Soap, 25c. Prepared by the Pot
tkk Druo and Chemical Co., Hohton, Mass.
M Send for " How to Cure Skin Diucases."
25 YEARS IN
The Greatest Medical Trinmpli of the Age!
Indorsed all over the World.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Losp of appetite. Nausea, bowels cos;
tiye. Palnjn tho Hee4with a dnllaenT
Batloa in the back part. Pain nnder
theiboulder-blade, tullnoes artej eat
ing, wiOi ajflslnpll nation joj? jerttog
of body or mind. Irritability of temp
er, Low BpiritSjLosBei memory ,witfi
a feeling of Eavlng neglected "gome
dntyi weariness. Dizziness, Flntterj
ing of the Heart, Dots before theeyest
at rifanVhighly oolorecTUrine.
U THESE WARNINGS ARE TOHEEDED,
E2Si:U9 SQZASr.3 WILIt BOOH It CBVELCf 30.
TOTTS FILLS are especially adapted to
tuoh oases, one doee effects such a cuange
of feeling as to aubmlslt the suOuror.
They Inerea.. the A pontile, and cauo
the body to Take em Ir'le.h, tlins the sy li
tem is nonrtih.d, and hy tliolr Tattle
Action on the Dla;e.tlTe Organ, llean.
lar Mool. pre prrelncpit. VrYrn aij eewta.
tUTTS HAIR DYE,
Orat IlAinorWHinKEKs chanirod to a
GuMnr Black by a single application of
this bra. It Imparts a iiatunil oolor, acta
Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, Or
sent by express on reeolpt of 1.
Office, 44 Murrav St.. few York.
CHOICE WINTER APPLES
FOIt BALE BY
M. 13E1VO Ac CO.,
!MADE IN A DAY
lip he fu I eturtUrmrnl
w. Dm any kind at cliUi
A buidMtn Turk 11.
worth nf oarpot watiim.
MiliWU An Im A
hMymod pruttubta. No II
K.l.li.-. mm U'm.Im.
Utnw at old), nun orira. A hiwlim Tarkk.li
lam mui with Vi eta. worth nf rp w.
TUT DCADI M l' MAhKH on b. mmA
tiv lunS A wibhIiw fl
on all wwlnji tnnrhlnr. or
I inmnOuo. It elUn! aiiiM
t W Hons pump fur clrcoUra, Uruu, od kmUfT.
Prlr Sl-flll. Mlnulil. Aaffula WaaleS.
t HUITT m (Jv., SIS HUM at, t'kln
or 1 1 ai rr U'o
' I ' rVl II Hill
IF 1 ILi ILh1
Tills powtler nertr varies, A marvel ol purity,
strength and whuleimeiia llor. cunoiuli'iu tluui
liw ordinary kkiida. and caanot l sold In muwti
tloawitu Ui. nmltituil. of low teat, short wnUrlit,
alum or pluhate powders. Bold only in oaus
BoTAA sUiua fowvta Co., U4 Vail street, N. T.
I suffered, for more than Sr. yean with lnalsettloa,
c&roeljr able lo retain th. tlmplwt food on my itomach.
Th. buralnf Mnutlon wat almost Intolerable, and tuy
whol. lyiteui was derauged. I was wakeful and oould
not sleep, and consequently more or less nerrous all th.
time. I dwllned In flush, and suffered all th. usual
depression attendant upon this terrible dlseaa.. In a
word, I was miserable. At last, falling to Sud relief In
anything else, I ooinmenood the us. of Swift's Bpeoifla
1 began to tmprov. at onoe. The medicine toned up the
stomach, streutftheued the dtgestlv. organs, and soon all
that burning ceased, and I could retalu food without
dlnloulty. Mow my health Is good.siidoau til anytlilug
lu th. shape of food, and digest It without the slightest
difficulty. 1 Bt cheerfully bear this testimony, be
cause there are huadmls suffering as I was, aud t am
sure they can b. as readily healed. Take the prescribed
uoae alter aauug. inaieau oi neiore.
JAMES MANX, No. 14 Ivy St
Atlanta, Oa, Hay 1M666.
For sal. br all druggists
Treatise on Blood aud Skin Dise
TUK 8W1FT RrEOIFlO 00.
N.Y., 1MW. BdSt.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
Great Gnus at tie Greatest Eeflncei Prices!
Within the Kenchor AMI
44-eal.. rim firs. 9 lbs. 24 Ins.. IT shots :
Round barrel... U UU I UcIukou barrel.. .113 00
44-eal.. eentral firs. 81 to 9 lbs. 24 ins. IS shots
Hound barrel. ..113 74 Uctug-on barrel... Ill Hi
40-60 or 45-60-eal,, central fire, 28 im., 12 shots:
Hound barrel. ..Sli S6 Uulugon bari-vl...lU UI
Martin Ballari's, Colt's, Eemiigtoi's anl Sliarp'i
COLT'S NEW LM-illTXlXU RIFLKH,
All reduced I Airent fortho
Parker Breech-Loading Shot Cun,
The best Intbewnrld, Send fnmew Illustrated Oatalogu.
oi uuus, (lining raokie ana rinortsnuMi s ikmmu.
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No. S3 First street, Portland, Oregon.
JOURNAL FIlr-K."! .OMMEKCIAL
Addmu W. 8. JAMRB.lim I ppp
Prliidual. P. O. lkil K3.
PORTIAXD, : : : : : i i : :
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIKOnNIA.
DR. E. A.. .TOIVEH,
Physician and Surgeon,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE DAY
and niicbt. Midwifery and diseases of
women a specialty. Ulilcewl FimtSt. (upstairs!,
A gontloman in Lyon Conntj four
toon years aa;o marripd a lady with a
littlo danj'hicr by a lorrao'r hiisbanJ.
After twelvo years lie obtained a di
vorce from his wife nml anon aftor mar
ried her daughter. The fun of it all in
in tlie! fact Ui at the divorced wife, now
his m ithcr-iii-law, lives w.th her daugh
ter aud husband, and all aro as happy
aa qua Is. Hartford (Kan.) Call
We are decidedly in favor of tho
nig system of covering floors. It h,
livgiouically and otherwise, a very wise
plan; this rugs may be thoroughly
shaken without employing un armv of
workmen to take up, beat and put down
again. Southern Trade (Jatctte.
i m m m
Water may be as clear as crystal
and yet carry typhoid fovcr from a
hamlet on one side of a mountain to
dwellers on the other, as in tho cele
brated nsan of Lausanne, Switzerland.
R. U. AWARE
Lorillard's Climax Plug
twartni a rrd Hn Uuj ; that Lorillard's
. , . ...... f nvH..H'
huh umi ...in v... i umiuuiiiih" .
a,.-. II.mIh. t.I ,l,.t titHHftrS'l Mnnffe-ara
tlx lieM aud oueaueal, guaUt considered I
THE BISHOP SCOTT GRAMMAS SCHOOL
A Board! off and Day Ichool for Bots.
rpHK EIGHTH YEAR UNDER ITS I'RES-
X ent management begins BEPTtMBEB 1.
rluja of an; as. or defre. oi adrancninent ailialttod.
hu)t Dttrd fur eolleft. or buslnesa, Tlirwe Yale (rail-
the teachers, euecl
manshly, Irawlng, stunk and MiKiern Laiuruimea il
uates among tne teachers, euecial instruotion in i
dpUae strict, ho had boys adinitud. fur satakius
ana cmuiar or any mrornisuon. au'uees
W, HILL, it D , Head Muter,
P. O. Drawkb 17. Portland. Onoa.
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment. Few do. Not to know Is
not to have.
JT. P. M. U. No. M.-& t. M. 0. Dor 171.
1 1 IJII llll
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
0 I EL I tt W A I .iuMut, koenish IWsj llungt
orvans, IiuihI uiatruuients. Utrvest stock si 81ns
Itusw and Hooks. Baiiil. .ui plleu at Osteru irlewt
VL (IIUV l I'oet Aireet, San Kmnthca
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
Wholesale and Itotall Dealer In
GUNS. FISHING TACKLE
165 ts 167 8KOOND STREET,
Portland, - - Oregon.
American Exchange Hotel,
Opposite Wells, Fariro & Co..s Kiprees Ofllee,
MEllCHANTa FAHMKHS ano FAMILIES
(rum the Interior will llnd.lt to be t he nuwt
convenient as well as the most comfortable and
reepectahle lintel lu the oitr to stop at Tem
perance principles. Tatilo first-class. lUuird
and room, f 1, S1.85 aud tM per (lay. Nice
slnle rooms. Hi rents per ulght, Frvo Coach
to and from the Hotel.
C1IA8, Sl WM. MONTGOMERY, Propr'i.
California lire Ms,
329 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO,
WIREEVERYTHING IN WIRE
Being regularly licensed ws iruarontea nut eustomon
Dullllh nllCiattsisss at lowest markot rules.
All meshes k wklUis, Rnlvanlsed
afuir wade, for poultry yards, tuo
Wiro Plntli i ' 4,1 kl,H'1 fn,lt Ar?n Uiro
, harveeturs, riddles, .to.
(or training hops, maile (mm steel la
long lengtas specially lor the purpose.
and all other kinds et tmps for
moles, Kmirrels, rats and luloe.
(or laylnff out vineyards, dl-
vuio.1 in utstanrae ana uiaus
Ornamental and Useful Wire and
XOTR-Ws meet Eiufen eompntttlen by
home uutnutucture, and swli put better gvods
at a Jo ww price.
U iToiilr) Cm
V t Fall.Nwio
Tills, CreMStrenjf hen
Keniedf anil ere
urea n iihoui
lii'liilitf, liosa of Vitality.
Wsakneea, VMle Dmillnb,
Dlseaaraol the lunoo.r nip
(..... all OmavlletTMU
of soutliful foil lr aud.v
n 5T1' fik leewwl permanelltlr fr
Hr ItiOPCrfrnK eotlnf all iui.lnlnrj
LMJuYT.'W.Syj iweakenlns drains niKi His
'Hrstem, howeter tlios oeonr
M.fc.,rlni 1rfl Mnhnnd.
""" howeror eonii'lleated the
esse may 1. and when all other remedies liass (ailed.
A rcrnutru-al Cwr Abaolulely tun ran teed.
1Hna MM nor hottls. or flra bottles (nrfia Sent
180 nor Dotti.,ornTS oosuo. imn nn.
Pt of prloa, er O.O. I). , to an aMn -sa, strict,
psoi V 4, . at IM.lt.
Bu..l Usbm M? Ml lis lsiaAB i' Ml .
' i .aiuiiiaiium. ,UMJ ooultdelitlaL hf letter W St
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"Caatorla l so well adapted to chndreo tljal I CutrrHamrn Ooltcj, Canstlpatlon,
I recommend ItMSuperiortosnyprcscripUon I ?"' BJomaoh, plarrjicna,
kaowatoma- VLk. Aacnia, It. D., I IUU:ioT',, 8 P'
Ul So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, & Y. Without Injurious medication.
Tom CntTAoa CoatrAST, 183 rulton Street, K. Y.
Chemically Pure -AMBER
and lo Batisfiotl with inferior articles, just LocaUHo yon
hnvo used them for yeara"." Woke tip and look around,
and nee what aro tho latest and beet Boajm in the market.
We know that you havo been using soaps for washing and
cleansing purposes manufactured from soapstone, pitch
and diseased fats, that give all kinda of diseases, euch as
itch and salt rheum, and make the akin full of pimples.
You did, not know that theso diseases were tho result of
impure soap being used in washing your clothes. Wo
know you did not. You thought that your blood was out
of order, and you have been trying to rid your syBtcm of
its impurities by taking all kinds of medicines, and at the
same timo the Bystem has been absorbing poisons from
your clothes being washed with impure Boaps.
The "AnnKK," Washing and Cleansing Soap is Chemi
cally Puro, and it is tho only chemically pure Boap in tho
market. It is manufactured from a recipe endorsed by
tho highest medical authorities as a Pure Soap.
FOIt SALE IIY ALL GROCERS.
Chemically Pure. AMBER SOAP Chemically Purs.
Ojcis October 8 ; Closes October 24,
SPECIAL BATES OF FARE ON ALL
A. 3. WHITING, Sup't,
SO Mark street.
The Bl'1 KlttP GlIDK la
Issued Sept. and March,
eau h year. Sf K5A pars,
85, x 1 1 Inches, vrlth over
3.QOO illustration. a
whole Picturw Oallery.
OlVtCH W holesale Prices
rflreel to eotMiimers on all roods for
personal or family use. Telia how to
order, and (lives exact cost of STery
thing won use, eat, drink, wear, or
haw fun with. These 1JVALUAULK
HOOKS contain Information (cleaned
from the markets of the world. Ws
will mall a cop FKKK to any ad
dress upon receipt of 10 els, to drfrar
expens of mailing. Iet ns hear from
MONTROMiTRY WARD A CO.
til e 910 Waba.h Aeeaue, ( hleja, lll
Ho. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco, Oal
TaaATi aUi Cnaoxie, BrKiii. and Psiyati Dihusss
anil noKusarvb Buccses.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I
la a certain enrs ft
.Vrrroiu lH-Mllty, tout
hiwa, and all the) evil
etTects of youthful folllos
and excesses, sjhI In
ii;amu in Mlutk,
ho Is a reirular phys". jkn.
graduate of the Ul' cr
sity ol Pennsylvania.
ogres to forfeit :?) for
a case ol this klu.' U.S
I'f.uJ PiMfilMfi,,. llM.
dor hla special advice and treatment) will not enrs.
si.W) a Dolus, or r.nr nines tne quantity , sv-i
any address on receipt of price, or C. O. D. In private
name If desired, by in Mlall. It Aeara; HI.,
H. f. CuL Bend for list of questions and pamphlet.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKB
wtU bs soul to any on. applying by letter, statins,
symptoms, sex snd sr. Htrict secrecy In regard to
all business tranMcUuna.
riRMAMINTLT LOCATED AT
13 and 184 Third Mtn Portland, Or.
Is a regular
been longer en
laited In the
. special t rest
mcnt of all ve
any other Phy
sician In tlw
West, aa dly
. ami old real
r dents tiMw.
; aiviNi re
ward for any
ruase wuion n
falls lo cure,
UU. VAN Is the most successful lunt and Thnt lKic
tor In America. He alll tell you your trouble wlluviit
asking you a'sliiiile question, and
Warruut a I'ernianent I'nrei
In the following diwa?s: Nerrous lleblllly, ripe""'
rbma, Henilnl Lomes, Henuil l.'acay, r atlins; Mi morv,
Weak Kyea, Htuntcd Ilevrloptucnt, lack of hnrnj.Ira
poverliheit lllxl, 1'linplrs, lini" ulmei t to stu.imra;
also. Ulood anil Hkla Diwukhs, Hyphiiis, Kruptiiiu., lUir
Kallllll, rlos. l'alns, Hwelllnus, Hi.r. Tbroat, I'kiers,
KlleoUof Mercury, Klilneyaml llladiler Troubles, Weak
Hack, Hurnlng Urine, liinmtliirnoe, lloiiorrbiw, u eet,
Htrloture, reoulfes auaichlug Uualuuiul, prompt nliu
anil oiired for life.
NEItVOl'M DIHKARH8 (with or wllhous dreams)
niseaaed Discharge, cured promptly without hlDdranc.
to business . .... ,,
Hi iT U aGXES eonsult eonfldentlally. I( In trouble
oall or write. I Mays are daniierotu).
INFLAMMATION of the Kar, IMcratlunor Ostarrb,
Internal or uteinal, Ihafiicwi or l'aialysls, Biugingor
Knarlug Noises, Thlekem-d Ilmni, ete.
ALL HU1MII0AL CAhKH smh as Clubbed or
(orimd Veet, Paralysis, I'uiitractril Dunls, Weak Joints
and Ilefonued Llwba, lilu Joint Disease with Kuniiliii
noresandHlionenlnii Lluilis, Disease, and Currature o(
the Hplne, Hid Ulcers, Dlnasc. o( the Km Joint.,
Defonnltle. of the Face anil IHiuaaea of the Kyei; every
My. that way niiilre srtilli-lnl aid; Disiness, Prival.
1 Nanuses, and all t'lironio Dmoases, such aa t'onsuiup
tlon, Astliuia, lllieuiuntlam, N.mralirta, Dlncasesof Ilia
IUrt, Lunvs, Liver, Htomach, HplMUi, dowels, rlblnsml
Urinary Uriiuuis and all discus, s perullur to inuttli-s.
All cases of tlatarrh most poKltlti-ly cured by am" and
Infallible principle. luipeiliiuriiU of Hcli, as Klaui
nieilugaiul Btuttcrlnit. l'rf.;tly rfiliovnl. Piles and
Fistula radically aud pwwaiiuiitly curul without tne
ilKRItfA ANDltrPTt'ltH purfeclly restend with
out an njiuriiMoii, rmiilrluif no Una. after tnuum-tit.
Old F'ever Mores. Ulcers aud Varan. Veins innurlauly
hen led and mired
CANl'HW AND Tl'MllllH permanently nnvved
without tli. kuife, oaualiu, or Uie Im ui a linifle drop
Term, for Treatment ara Strictly Catli.
Medicines sent to any aildrru perfitly secure from ex
Domini. Illtliw hours (nun 8 A. H. to S r. M.