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ANOTHER DKl'i(ilHT STEAKS.
March U, 1HD0.
Manufacturers of the Grtul Sirrra Kid
ney and Liver Curt.
Gkntlkmhn ; noticed gr.at Inrreate
In the sales o( your remedy, and judKe
by the repeated call for It lliat It given
entire and complete aatlafactlon to the
parties using It, is the bent trlliny
Kidney and Liver Cure that I handle In
lu stock. Reapectfull yours,
John Wm Sai.tkr,
tUH Mission street, corner of Twenty
first, San Francl-co, Ci'.
He What do jrou tliluk of young Jiirtea' he
I tliluk II be had lived lu MIMIial uavi
laatn'aaiu would uever have attained iui u Woiii
lueuee SHAKEN OIT Or (it A It
By malarial dlneaae, the hiiinsn machinery can
unt hsll perform Itaolliee. Dlgi'Mlnii, aerretiiin,
evurusUou sre dinonU'red, the UIinmI hwnn,.,
watery, tile nervea fitlilt., (lie ftiiintiMiaui'e
rhaxtlv, ilisp dlnturhed anil apatite iairlluu.
Terrible la this dlx-ane, tell In coiiiH-iicniei.
There Is, however, known anlMnie to the ml
aainatlc poiMin and arertalii aafi'guaril aualimt
It. In itillsrloua region, ol our Soiilli anil Weil,
In South America, (iualemels and on the l.tlimiu
of Panama, as well a In trainrnarlne intrlei
where the aeourge exUm, mis liilmttalile pre
ventive and remedy, lluntftter'iKtimiai'li llltirr,,
has durliiK the lat tlilrly five years heeii con
tantly widening the area of Its tiH-lulneui and
deniuuntratlnx lt anverelgn vslue. Liver d.ni.
plaint, dypepla, riiiitl)iallon, kidney trouble,
rheumatUia and debility are all remedied by It.
That Excellent Htlinrlnn.-" Mv Hon," miM Itev
erend Ntlirglm. "dou'lever let me hear you ay
poverty.'" "Why, lather?" " beraune, my
boy, poverty Is a euri."
ritoor OK MERIT.
The proof of the merits of a platter Is
the cuiei It e RVcta, and the voluntary tes
timonials of thoe who have used Al l,
cock's Porous Plasters during the past
thirty years l unimpeachable evidence of
their superiority and should convince the
most skeptical. Self praise is no recom
mendation, but certificates from those who
have, used them are.
lieware of Imitations and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
Alixock h, and let no solicitation orcxpla
nation Induce jou to accept a substitute.
ALLCOCK'S COH.N AND UUNlUN blllKI.DJ
effdi-t quick and certain relief.
A Knotty Point " Nure'a one thl.'g I never
quite mi erstoiMl alMiut Adam aud Kve," said old
Mrs. baukersou; "that It, who was the clergy
man that marrlsJ 'em."
You don't have to take our word for the
good quality of Dobbins' Electric Soap
Just gel one bar of your grocer, and lei it
lell you its own story next Monday, and
be governed by that, good or bad. lie
member Dobbins' Electric.
You. can't teach an old dog new tricks, but you
au buy a new don.
For coughs, sore throat, asthma, ca
tarrh aud other diseases of the hroii) hial
tui.es no more ueeful article can be found
than "Broum's bronchial Troches."
deluded the unhappy victim of
catarrh in the head. He's been
told that it can't be cured. Don't
you believe it. It can be, and it
is no matter how bad or of how
long standing. It has been done
for thousands by Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. Other so-called
remedies may palliate for a time ;
this cures for all time. By its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties, it conquers the worst
cases. Its makers offer, in good
faith, a reward of $500 for a caso
of catarrh which they cannot cure.
They are able to pay it. Are you
able to take it?
The symptoms of catarrh are,
headache, obstruction of nose, dis
charges falling into throat, some
times profuse, watery, and acrid, at
others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody, putrid and offen
sive; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness; offensive breath; smell
and taste impaired, and general
debility. Only a few of these
symptoms likely to be present at
once. Thousands of canes termi
nate in Consumption and end in tho
grave, without ever having mani
fested all these symptoms. Dr.
Sage's Remedy cures the worst
cases. 50 cents, by druggists.
ft rare HUsmsm. Hoi flaaaach. OoottliMtlaa
Malaria. Unr Oaaplatnia. m i th i sale
aai swtaia nmtj. SHJTH S
TJM the SMALL IIZI (at tlttls ktaas to tht Sa
). Thay ara tha sMttoaaraaimt; sail all aaas
Pnoaaf eitaer sua. M etaia par koula.
If IftSIMf at T, 17, Mi Pboto-frarsra
VlOOIliM aaaalslMef Ulf pleura for
sata (ooapars at turn ft.
i r. surra a co..
Uakanef "BllaBaaas." St tools Ma
Bend to Smltta'e for your winter m Bt.
They have the blgget tock of d,'n''
They have the best boot, and shoes. The) ns e
the cheapest hosiery for everybody. They ns e
the trestest variety of dry gml. Tlu nau
family grooerlea of all kind. They have dried
fruit if the new crop. Ther have canni-I goo-
at wholeaale prices They have "
aud gloves, They hsve blsnkeU from Jl-J P
They have comforta from 90 rents c rbJ'' ;
They have ovend Is of every alze. They pa I
rial attentl.n to all order. JJ (free
particulars and copy "VaTr.Mree?
ftralih'a Cash ism.4l'",l,t"'
Baa rranclaata -
s,.ui . a MHirnu si r..i n..
Csn Is; msde tally by
large K-page m
trsted csU;ogue tells
all ab ut
Bmndera. what to feed
rhickeniu In fact all
the secret, of the
chicken buines. II
yoo onlv keep oaii.
dnren heni.yu ne
fcthi. tsk. It give.
than many ol me
ho,,, ,ld ata-ceni..
vtesend it free on re
relpt of 4 cents I"
f.mna to DST IOtage.
PETALDIi INCUBiTOB CO., Petilnmi, Ctl.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
C"- Bastj Eater . Hcoldln, ni .
Mil or Good AdTlra,
If there b any truth in ths adage that
.ZT.n!,!7..Ul.a T'' ,,cart t'TouBhhi.
ould be a hard road u travel vh.
you consider the enoruu.ua and varus
amount of material that itrews iu tiath.
T"0 at ono encounter many unpleasant
hot aoup, boiled ham. fried clams, tsjta
pickled caboage, ,atry, Icecream,
nd ua In fiftwn minutes, and then
onder. why he feels so badlv. is either
M ass er an idiot-very likely a melange.
Ue cannot undarstand it, when he U
w constantly taking those celebrated
aftep dinner pills," a title that is simply
cover for wrong doing. True, he paid
extra to have his pilU gelatine coated to
retain their virtues the longer; but he
evidently did not know tlmt the tannin
in the tea would convert that coating
Into a mass which the juices of the
stomach are powerless to affect, and so
no benefit is derived from the pills. lie
goes on. however, stuffing himself with
food and the delusion that the more one
eats the stouter he grows. It is not tho
quantity we eat. but what is assimilated
that is, what the system is capable of
burning up as fuel to increase our vital
energies. If you smother your fire with
too much coal, out it goes. Now the
dyspeptic, the sufferer of that most com
mon trouble, Indigestion, wav feel its
presence by a thousand different signs.
So numerous are they, thnt the tueution
of only a few must suffice here.
For instance, he wakes with a stuffy
headache, a bad taste in his mouth, bolts
his breakfast, and rushes off to business.
His food "repeats." as our EngUsh
friends say, his taste becomes sour and
hot, and so does his temper, and he is not
aitogetner tlie most amiable of mortals.
As the day grows apace ho has ill defined
aches, and fancies his eye sight is failing,
and his irritability increases. His clerks
live on pins and needles, and his friends
say, "what a bore he is getting to be. so
full of ills."
Thus it goes on from bad to worse.
Think of that man as a judge, and now
he might "make wretches hang that
jurymen may dine." No doubt many a
verdict of today is largely influenced by
poisonous butyric acid in the circulation
of one who has too hastily consumed his
fodder. Ultimately, if he does not switch
off, he falls a victim to nervous prostra
tion and melancholia, a fit tenant for any
asylum, which he often cheates by draw
ing a razor across his throat. All from
dyiioia. There is no hyperbole in this
picture; you will see many like it every
day, if you but keep your eyes open.
The remexlyf Certainly not indiscrim
inate drugging, a proceeding as foolish
as to load your dog with an elephant's
burden and expect liim to carry it. If
the stomach cannot take care of its na
tural guests it will resent the intrusion of
The panacea is rest for the stomach by
the use of light foods, and rest for the
mind by anything which will draw at
tention from the suffering organ. Few
things accomplish this latter better than
the diversion of hearing good music
You may think it strange, but there is an
eminent physician abroad who writes
out a prescription for music much as we
would for calomel. It possesses a won
derful sway over the lower orders of life,
and you have often noticed the spirited
action of a horse, the arched neck and
proud canter, when hearing the strains
of martial music.
Musio cheers the soldier on the long
march and renews his flagging energies.
60 will it aid the dyspeptic. The instru
ment is a matter of choice, the violin
hardly to be recommended unless handled
by a master, for no instrument is so
capable of distracting waitings, when in
the hands of a novice. The voice is, par
excellence, tho best of musical remedies,
and four part songs are potent for good.
I dare say, you who have been victims
of atrociously bad performances will not
agree witli me. But give the best a trial
Just go to some of the near by resorts
that offer so many harmonious attrac
tions and try the curative effect of a
"concord of sweet sounds." Richard
Guernsey, M. D., in Once a Week.
Expensive Funerals and Monuments.
la it not about time that the societies
and other efforts put forth to reform
funerals and reduce tlie expenses or
burials, included the conceited display of
monuments! People never heard of be
yond their street have the resting places
of their bodies marked by stones that
cost anywhere from $1,000 to 20,000.
This cannot be the result of family affec
tion, but is more likely to be family
pride. The re is but one possible advan
tage of such display that is the creation
of showy and interesting cemeteries.
But people of sound sense are, nowadays,
ordering that they themselves be buried
without display and their graves marked
io the simplest manner. The amount of
wealth already unnecessarily stored in
our cemeteries is high among the tens of
millions, or even hundreds of millions.
The mausoleums of the dead were in
primitive times tho earthly homes of the
spirits of tho departed; but we have no
longer this excuse for unlimited expense.
Sheep Shearing by Maehlaery.
The process of sheep shearing by ma
chinery is now performed in Australia by
an ingenious kind of device, the results,
as represented, being very satkfactory.
The apparatus in question sm a very
simple one, being made on the same
principle as the cutter of a mower or
reaiv r. and the knives are worked by
mea. s vt rods within the handles, these
in 'their turn being moved by a core
within a long flexible tul, which is kept
in a rotary shaft, and wheels driven by a
statienary engine. The comb is in the
form of a segment vi a .m-c,
three inches in diameter, with eleven
conical shaped teeth. Each machine is
worked by a shearer, and as the comb is
forced along tlie skin of the animal the
flece is cut. The machine can be run
either with a steam or gas engine, or by
ordinary horse power, and does not easily
get out of order. New York Sun.
nongry Toads at Sappvfw
When tbeeiectrio lights in the out
skirts of the town flash out the toads to
the neighborhood know that thelrsup
per time is come, and they hurry to the
feast A lady, relating aa experience
similar to that of other observant per
.ons. tells bow she was wf'1J
siting in a carriage near an electrlo
lamp, which had just bee. lighted,
bilt her friend went to a neighboring
tbop. In the dry road she presently aaw
a stir, and looking over the wheels saw
Jopplng In all direction, across and
ound toads aiming for the light 6b.
uw. on goln nearer, that
g of toads underneath th. light al
Ifadv waiting for the fall of moths and
?lWu of nttrht that drop from th.
alrbt those cresiurea u..- - ,
SS. with upturned beads, waiting for ,
& vtoUm. to drop lato their month- (
K y. Vaica.
6CENE3 OF 6ENSU0U3 BEAUTY.
Interesting Teopla Una Loiter Thais
Uoars Away la Wwl lodlaa Tropic.
Hindoos, coolies; men, women and
children etaiuling, walking or sitting in
the sun, under the shadowing of the
pah". Men squatting, with hands
clasped over their black knees, steadily
observe you from under their white tur
bansvery steadily, with a slight scowl
All these Indian faces have the same set,
stern expression, theenuio kritting of the
brows, and the keen, strong gaze is
not altogether pleasant It borders upon
hostility; it Is the look of measurement
measurement physical and moral In
the mighty swariuings of India these
have learned the full meaning and force
of life's law as we Occidentals rarely
I'arn it. Under tho dark forehead with
its fixed frown the eye glitters like
Nearly all wear tho same Indian drees,
the thickly folded turban, usually whit,
whito drawers reaching but half way
down the thigh, leaving the knees and
the legs bare, and white jacket A few
don long blue robes and wear colored
head dress. These are babagees, priests.
All the men look tall; they ara lithe,
very slender, small boned, but the limbs
are well turned. They are grave, talk
in low tencaand seldom smile. Those
you see with very heavy, full beards are
probably Mussulmans; they have their
mosques and the cry of the muezzin
sounds thrice daily over the vast cane
fields. Some shave Buddhists or fol
lowers of Uindooism but tlie children
of Islam nover. Very comely some of
the women are in their close clinging,
soft, brief robes and tantalizing veils, a
costume leaving shoulders, arms and
ankles bare. Tlie dark arm is always
tapered and rounded; the silver circled
ankle always elegantly knit to the light,
straight foot Many of these slim girls,
whether standing or walking or in re
pose, present perpetually studies of grace;
their attitude when erect always sug
gests lightness and suppleness, Lke the
poise of a perfect dancer.
A coolie mother passes, carrying at her
hip a very pretty naked baby. It has
exquisite delicacy of limb; its tiny ankles
are circled by thin bright silver rings; it
looks like a little bronze statuette, a statue
of Kama, the Indian Eros. The mother's
arms are covered from elbow to wrist
with silver bracelets, some flat and dec
orated, others coarse, round, smooth,
w ith ends hammered into the form of
viiier heads. She has large flowers of
gold in her ears, a small gold flower in
her very delicate little nose. This nose
ornament does not seem absurd; on these
dark ekuis the effect is, on the contrary,
pleasing, although bizarre. All this
jewelry is pure metal; it is thus the
coolies carry their savings; they do not
learn to trust the banks until they become
There is a woman going to market, a
very odd littlo woman; is she a Chino
bianco a coolie or a Malay hah breed I
1 do not know. Sho represents a type I
have never seen before. She wears one
loose soft white garment, leaving arms,
ankles and part of back and bosom ex
posed, Lke a low cut sleeveless chemise,
but less long. Her whole figure is
rounded, compact, admirably knit, and
her walk is indescribably light supple,
graceful. But her face is queer; it is an
Oriental grotesque, a Chinese dream,
oblique eyes and blue black brows and
Lair, very nigh and broad check bones.
Singular as it is, this face has the verit
able beaute du diablo; it is a very young
and very fresh face, and the uncom
monly long, black, silky lashes give her
gaze a very pleasing, velvety expression.
Still, the most remarkable peculiarity
sho has is her color, clear and strange,
almost exactly the color of a fine ripe
lemon. Lafcadio Uearn in Harper's
Evlla of Chewing- Gum.
A physician tells me that chewing gum
is a practice in which grown people should
not indulgo and which parents should not
tolerate in children. "Is it worse than
chewing tobacco?" I asked. "A thou
sand times," was the reply. "A girl
will do enough chewing on a cent's
worth of gum to masticate her food for a
whole week. The hinges of the jaw ore
made for the ordinary work of an ordi
nary life and they won't stand any more.
Chewing gum is something like drinking
whisky one nip calls for another and
one craunch begets another. It excites
the nerves which lie about the jaws to a
kind of pertietual motion, which doesn't
cease until their strength is exhausted.
We haven t been chewing quite long
enough to see its ill effect, but our
jaws are made like the jaws of other peo
ple, and we might learn a true and use
ful lesson from history." Chicago Tri
Tha Output of Our Mine,
It is a very imposing showing that the
bureau of mining statistics makes in its
report of the production of metals in the
United Btates for 1887. Ihe aggregate
value of the output of our mines is set
down at $538,050,845 figures whose
significance can only be fully grasped by
comparing them with values in other de
partments of production, it Is dimcuit
to estimate tho amount of labor that
went to the making of this enormous
total. The census of 1880 ranked ns
miners some 234,288 persons, not includ
ing: 7,340 oil well operators, and not
counting at ail those engaged in the cai-e
of mining machinery. It would prob
ably be safe to put at 850,000 the number
of those who are now direct! engaged
in all departments of mining industry,
and such a calculation may at least serve
as a basis for determining tlie productive
value of the army of laborers thus em
ployed. The Epoch.
Bow Senatorial Speeches An Timed.
Prosidpnt nro tern. Iniralla uses the old
fashioned time glass to measure the five
minute speeches of tlie senators. When
the senator begins the glass is inverted,
and when the sand has all run out he is
stopped promptly. Tlie other day a
senator who thought his five minutes en
tirely too short demurred when the presi
dent pro tern, told him his time was up.
'The chair is guided entirely by this
a; lass," said Ingalls firmly, holding up
the twin bulbs with the sand all in tlie
lower one. As the president pro tern, is
almost as absolute as a baseball umpire,
nothing more was said. As Ingalls re
marked afterward to another western
senator, "It Uketsand torunthssenaU.''
Bad a Falling Oat.
Hiss Bruce (who hat heard that her
friend. Miss Dee ring, has had a falling out
with Mr. Downey) Why, I thought, Eu
genia, that you and Dick were very solid.
Hiss Dee ring (icily Oh, dear, no!
oly plated. Th. Cartoon.
A DlBBcr to Sort.
That food has an effect on the mind
and actions was believed in by Mossop,
who always ordered his dinner to suit tl
character be was about to play. For
Zanga, in the Bevenge," sausages; for
Barbarossa, veal cutlets, and for Kichard,
pork. Oeatlemaa'a Magazine
CLOTHES OF THE OZAfo
Tha Old Caalora and the New second
Uand Clothing Uralrra.
It used to be, among the women of a
past generation, a cumoiii to leave their
clothes by will in the sumo manner that
they did their "second Ut bedhead''
and "silver gilt tiKt." They divided
their furs, laces, brocades, and "body
linen" among their nearest tin, and gen
erally left the plniner and more worn
things to old family servants or poofOre
lntions. But these htsoiiiiI iHWHessions,
with the exception of laces, are rarely
bequeathed nowadays. Mrs. John Jacob
Astor kept to the old customs, and 1 saw
a poor, pretty gill w caring 0110 of her
sealskin coats last week, it having been
specially bequeathed to her in the will.
Tho usual course is that taken br the
heirs of Mrs. A. T. Stewart, who sold all
her enormous wnrdrolu to dealers in
second hand clothes. Though little was
said about it at tho time, a good many
society women took occasion to purchase
certain things tlmiuirk tho dealers, but
generally handkerchUis, stockings, silk
underwear and gloves, whic h would not
bo recognized aud which they got very
There is a woman on Fifth avenue who
makes a business of buying the wurd
robes of dead women, and who is fast
making a fortune out of the bargains the
gets. Most of her customers who pur
chase goods from her have no idea of the
real secrets of her trade. She is osten
sibly a denier in imjxirted goods and has
certain French and English boxes and
cases into which sho nicks many of her
goods and sells them as new. She will
take the whulo wardrobe of the deceased,
new and old, good and bud, and then this
goes through u careful process of selec
tion. The now things, or those nearly
so, which are really imiiortcd or have
that npiicaraiice, she iucks into foreign
cases and ties them up daintily and dis
poses of them to rich customers. Many
a time a woman has como to her and
said: "I want to find something stock
ings, gloves or w hat not like some I
once saw Mrs. Qiiclqucchoso have. 8ee
if you can find thcin for 1110." And tho
dealer has in course of time sent her a
note saying that sho has found some
thing very near what Bhe asked for. In
reality they are Mrs. Quelquechoeo'sown,
and the dealer had them all the while.
Tlie gowns that nro new or very nearly
new sho sells to tho dressmakers, who
freshen them tin a bit and sell them to
out of town customers.
Then the dealer has n list of customers
who are perfectly familiiir with tho real
nature of her trade. They ure mostly
women who are struggling to keep their
places in society, with lean purses and a
great desire to keep up uptiearaticcs.
They keep tho run of her place and get
somo bargains, because though the things
they buy are somewhat worn, they are
worth the money for the good Parisian
cut mid Btyle. They buy from her black
and inconspicuous gowns that areliko
those worn by a dozen other women and
are not likely to bo recognized, and some
times they havo thorn made over at home
and buy them for the sako of tho good
material in them. There is a third class
of tho wornout and shabby clothes, bon
nets, shoes and general belongings which
are sold in a lump to the second hand
dealers in the Bowery. And so all the
pretty frills and fancies of the dear dead
women of our households become scat
tered to tho far winds, worn by her
friends, her enemies, her servants,
Strangers and women whom in life she
would have turned her eye. away from
as sho passed. There is something very
pathetic, it seems to me, in such dispersal
and use of those most intimato personal
possessions of a lovely women. The old
way was best. Cor. Brooklyn Eagle.
How to Develop the Lungs.
The exercise which I have found of
most value in developing tho lungs may
bo described as follows: Standing erect
as possible, with shoulders thrown back
and chest forward, the arum hanging
close to tha body; the head up, with lips
firmly closed, inhalation Is to be taken
as slowly aa may be, at tho same time
the extended arms are to bo gradually
raised, the boclfof the hands upward,
until they closely approach each other
above the head. Tho movement should
be so reguluted that tho arms will be ex
tended directly over the head at the mo
ment the lungs are completely filled.
The position should be maintained from
five to thirty seconds before tho reverse
process is begun. As tho arms are grad
ually lowered the breath is exhaled
slowly, so the lungs shall be as nearly
freed from breath as possible at tho time
the arms again reach the first position at
By these movements tho greatest ex
pansion possible is reached, for upon in
spiration the weight of the shoulders and
pectoral muscles are lifted, allowing the
thorax to expand fully, while upon ex
halation in lowering tho arms wo utilize
the additional force of this pressure upon
tlie upper thorax to render expiration as
complete as possible These deep respir
ations should be repeated five or six times,
and tho exercise gone through with five
or six times a day. It is hardly Recce
sary to remark that the clothing must in
no way interfere with the exercise, in
some cases this exercise is more advan
tageous when taken lying flat on the
back, instead of standing. In this position
the inspiratory muscles become rapidly
strengthened by opposing the additional
pressure exerted by the abdominal organs
against tho extending lungs. And, on
the other hand, expiration is more ir
feet and full on account of tho pressure
of these organs. Tills is an exercise now
advocated by several leading vocal teach
ers of Euro;. John L. Davis, JL D.
A Chicagoan at Lunch.
That a Chicagoan dislikes to lose onv
timo is patent to an observer in any of
the down town restaurants during the
oon hour. Almost every second eater
has a paper propped up before him
against a glass or a catsup bottle, and
while he devours his lunch he also de
vours the news at the same time. When
he fiuiahes one side of his paper lie lays
down his knife and fork long enough to
expose a fresh side to his view, when he
resumes the double occupation of reading
and eating. Tlie average Chicago busi-
aess man can consume a fry without
missing a news item, and can keep
posted on the affairs of the day without
overlooking an oyster. Chicago Herald.
fTaata of Braia Power.
What a waste of brain power there is
in swindline. The swindler has all the
forces of law and order arrayed against
him. He is sure to be tripped up sooner
or later. Tlie cost of a mistake Is bu
libertT. and the mistake at bound to come.
The ingenuity he expends in his methods
if applied in a uwiuj direction is aimota
sure to net him a larger return in cash
than it doe. wlien put to a crooked use.
The swindled person generally deserve
litthrpity. He usually expects to take
advantage of somebody, and he gets
taken in himself. Cupidity is at the bot
tom of both aidtf'of a gwindia. Detroit
THK HOIIK or Kl K( Tltll ITV.
How a Han i allied Tn-ltr I'uilnilt After
HunVrlng Twenty Veara With lyri-
la, Liter and Kldnrr t'uiiipUlnia.
lb. Ihirrin 1ka 8ihn: Thinking
perhaps a few lines (roin me would l of
luterent to yen and the public ivnerally, 1
write to aajr 1 have gxiued twelve pxiuuda
in the 1 ant il.n e mmillia under your treat
ment of my ra-e i.f dystonia, liver and
kidney complaint. I rniinuier your treat
mint liy Hecriritv far better than any
remedy I ever tile I. 1 feel like a Hew mail,
liefer 10 me at Kreeport, Wali.
V. M. llliKKK.
:. Mayor Mill and W Ife Te.tirr to lr.
Darrln'a Alillltr In Turing Their Hon
V Ith Klerlrl. ilr.
Al lUNA, Or., April II, HK.
'r. Idm'n - IIkah NH : We write to
iiilorm you thai our son ilniid, ahum you
em ed ( your el.rtrlc proceaaiuf ajire ami
ruiiniiiir ears two year ano, haHionlliiiied
sound and well ever aline, and he has not
lieeu troubled in any way wilh hia ear
mice. Ilia hearing la jin-t as good aa ran
tw. We Use thin method to express our
gratitude and to thank you for the irood
you have dune for ua In the cure of our
Hin. Aa hialih la untold wealth, money
could not pun-ha the benelll tlie cure
liua Ix'en la ua, liefer anv one to ua. He
kc f .l v. ('. . & .M. A. Illl.l.,
Hill's block, Ituaaell street Alblna.
What a rronilneiit Lumberman or Van
couver, W aah,, Thluka of Dr. Ilarrln.
Eilitor Tacuma l.rdiier: This la to cer
tify tlmt lr. ilarrln has o far rured me of
aeiuiic rheumatism that 1 am able and did
wa'k llfteen milea one day thia week. He
fore I came to him 1 CJiild aeanely walk
10 hia olllce. ltefer to me nt Vancouver,
Wath. 1'. C. McKari.ank.
Dim, Darrln make a aperlnlly of d Incases
of Ihe rye, ear, none and throat and all
nervous, chronic and private diaeaaea
such aa loss of manhood. Mood talnla,
yphilia. gleet, Konorrhtea, stricture, aper
matorrlnra, aeiuliial wealtueaa or loaa of
dcfire of sexual power in man or woman.
All peculiar female troubles. Irregular
meiiNlriialion, lueorrliira, dlplacemenla,
etc., are ronlldeiillally and aiicremfully
treated, and will under no rlrcumnlam-ea
take a case that they cannot cure or ben
ellu Consultations free. Chargea reasonable.
( urea of private dlteaaea guaranteed,
and never pulilinhed In the papers, Mont
case ran receive home treatment after a
vialt to the Hoctora' olllce, Washington
building, corner of Kauri hand Wanning
ton atreeU, Portland, Or. Inquiries an
swered, and circular sent free.
N. II Dr. Unrriu has a branch ofllre at
the Kevere lloune, Albany, Or,, from Octo
ber to IX; HoaelMirg, October ID to 2Y,
Ashland, October 25 to November I.)
Wife Harry. I want tioto-dav. Iliuliaml (po
etically) Two mulii with a simile lliouslil and
leu )eara niarricit. Ho Ho 1, Hear.
Itri'TI'IIK AMI 1'ILKM Ct'HKIi.
We nlllvely cure niiitiire and all rectal dla-caw-a
without jialn nrilcleiitlon from tmalncaa.
No cure, no iav; anil 110 ,ay until ctircil. Ail
Iron lor iauiililil lira, I'urlerlleld ik l.4 y,N
Market it reel, Kail Kranclnco.
Ethel 1'iMir Clara! Hlie U growl 'gold. Maud
II inunt deem al to you, Mn-liig you have
know 11 her iiliice hc wan au infant iu arms.
Hl'KK ( IKK Ult riLKM.
Hare care for blind, bleeding and Itching PI lea.
One bin baa eared the wont caaia of teu years'
ttanillug. No one need aurtVi tell mlnatea after
uihig Kirk's Herman Hie IHutmeuL It abaorha
tumors, allaya the Itching, acta as a tHiultlos,
glvea relief. Dr. Klrk'i Ourmau Pile Olutmtut
Is prevarvd only for Flit's and Itching of Ui
prlrale parts, aud nothing alts, Kvory bos Is
Hold by Dragglata and sent by mall on receipt
of price, 11.00 per bus. J. J. Mack A Co., Wbolo
ale Agent, Hau Frauclaco.
1 Pl.ln I'ru.V l it., ....ll..l for ,,UmI
Are run a plain cook? Applicant Well, 1 s'poae
I cut! be punier.
Both the method and rcsulU when
Syrup of Figs ia taken; it in plviuuint
and refreshing to the tasto, and acta
f ently yet promptly on the kidneys,
.liver and Bowels, cleaning the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, liead
iclies and fevers and cures liahitu.il
constipation permanently. For sale
in oOoand 81 bottles by all druggists,
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
8 AH FHAMCISCO. CH,
LOUISVILLE, HI. YORK, K.t.
ol pur Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phoaphltee of Lima and Soda la
almoat aa palatable aa milk.
Children enoy It rathar than
etharwlea. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER la Indead, and tha
little lads and laaaloa who take cold
oaally, may bo fortified aaalnat a
cough that might prove aorloua, by
taking Soott'a Emulalon after their
maala during tha winter aaaaon.
Bnrm of ntbMUutlon mud Imitation.
FabeVs Colden Finala Pills..
O a tba market. Aeaar
oil Saeeaailully need
by prominent ladlai
to relieve iupinaaM
Dea't be kaajboggaC
Saa Time, Health,
a ad aaaey ;lake aa eta
Bent aa addraa,
aeeare by aull aa ra
THE 1PHR0 lEOtCllE CCINIT,
WafUro Branca, U J7, a-OBTUUID, OB
old try Wuoo Dace Co., rortlaaO, Or.
Local or Traveling,
Tnarll nor well-known Numenr itork. We want
good, lively workara. aud will pay well who
rjilaioo or aalary. (vood rWrrrurea required.
Apply quick. U L. MAY A CO., Nurserymen,
ML I'aul, Mlun.
tm- Enjoy It.
AM .Kl.r.O A NT PACKAOB Of FINK
Including 15 rare noveltlea, ahapea and
arllatlo Imported oleKraihlc and cliro
malic ranla. Thla larne and beautiful col
lectin aent hjr mall lo any one who III
do thla: liny a bog of the genuine Jr. C,
Mi-Ijjne'a ( Vlelirau-d l.lver I'llla from any
rirnjiKlat, price 2A renia, and mail ua the
outaiite araer with jrour addreaa, plain
ly written, and 4 renta Iu alanint. The
r;ennlne Mcljttie'a I'llla are prepared only
y Fleming lima., I'llUliurnh, 1'u., ami
have lieen In ronatant line fur over itlny
year. They are aiinrlor lo all other in
purity and eti'eetivencaa. A cerlala cure
for liidlKcatlon and alck head lie. Ad
dreaa, KlemliiK !rna I'lttnlniriih, I 'a.
He man led aiimuiH
Ke' lalrcul of ilaililhlcra
lie fiirnMieil Ihe houe.
hhe furutHhcil tin- ijuartcra.
All pcraotK rapidly ami alelv rv.lil. iil by I'll
Molt Aull ..Ik'.Iiv Tea. A. II.Mullhkl'o.,aKi-nl,
(rant au-uut ami (icary ilret-l.
Ileaareof Imitalloun of the celebrated Seal of
North t'anillua I'lug t lit loliacco.
THT Okhmka for brrakfaaL
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
Superior to every other known.
Used in Millions of Homes
40 Years the Standard.
Dilliloui Cake and iitr, I.Ilit 1'l.ilr
llisoiit, (iridillft Cakr, 1'aUl.il.lc
No other bakiiitt powder dmi inch work.
PAINLESS. irHLUii EFFECTUAL
W" WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. -3
For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS
Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,
ACT1NQ LIKE MAGIC on the vital organs, strengthening the
muscular system, and arousing with the rosebud of health
The Whole Hiysical V.ivr-J of the Human Frame.
Beecham'i Pills, taken as directed, will quickly RESTORE
FEMALES to complete health.
SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS.
Price, 25 cents per Box.
PrertroJ only bj TE0S. BEECHAM, Bt Halro Lanoaifalra, England.
B. r. ALI US ).. Mill' Aitmlm tar l ulltd Htntrm, ,1M ,17 f VlMdl f., KV
I'wrflr, who ( it' ffone ifrM(flnf ilea Hot
m m r m w
Md WW S M MM M m M M M ,W M M M M f
' jw sw WsT T, i sw.fWsTwsM s itrciiH ol oooK-Keencrs aim aicu
oifraphers of both neiea, attrilmte their attccess to a course at the Portland BusU
ness College, rortland, UrcKon, or the Capital Business College, Salem,
OreKott. Hotli are under the tnnniiKcment of A. l Aniistroiijr, have aame courses of
study, same mien of tuition. JUiHitKxs,Sliirtlmnd,T)-icwritinf,', Penmanship and Enff
Huh Ikimrtmcnta. Write to either for joint Catnlom'e and aiiecimcua of pcumanahip.
C? A tTiM
oJcpui-iu is grecxrer rncn
roya.1 ly ibself: TVy i h i n you r nex h-house-cleaning;
Grocers keep ih
DO YOU LIVE IN CREASE?
As a true patriot and citizen you should naturalize yourself
by using the boat Inventions of the day for removing such a charge.
To live in Grease is utterly unnecessary when SAFOUO is sold
in all the stores, and abolishes grease and dirt
I CURE FITS!
WTwn I My vnrm I tin tv4 mui msvnly to lhfi
for tinwiaiui thxi Ittoin rttirn atln. 1 mn
rawllral oura, 1 mH tlMirtiMi4(r KITH, fcl'Us
kl'Hf or KAI.I.INti Mi;iiNKWiAlifsvlouiiilr.
ftarrant my rnut tooiir Urn wirrt oww. U'q
Mhn ham faited m no imtvm fi ami pum rMtwrinn
oura, "t") Mama Um trnatiMtnd ft Vnm H"ill
of mf ln(sllilileirrriM1l, Oiv Kiutmm Mid H'-satOrtlr
IL it. HOUTdl. CAM ruxl M. ftvy I wtksj
Diamond Drill Work.
wltb IMamiiud Core brill fur nil, mineral or wa
ter. Ilnlea tmriil fur ventilation or draluaire.
Alli'liU fur Dlainiiml Drill Macliliiery ami Hup
pllea. t'nrrentMinileni'e aiillelted. SI 'A ftuan
aAttie aireei. nail rraticmro.
under new Law
Ui.lilivn. Vklilnwa. i'arrlil.. cud fur lilallk an-
tiliiallona aud Indirui.llim. fatrlik U'Karrell,
reaalua Agent, Waahlugton, V. C.
BINCLf. On TMI IOC AbbORTtO
I OOUBLK WW ivane
I ..i,j tt. h iu n ail. rrt m r--in
I .f ai II for la Mil. auainU. I aUloWU.' ai .
I . May CO.. ST. faui; wim.
Men's Suits to Order
S20 to 840.
Ken's Pants to Order,
$0 to 8 1 0.
Pit guaranteed. Semi 4 renta In
atamut lor umplra aud rulea for
CLOTHIER, HATTER, IAILOB,
Saaoad aad Msrrlaaa SU.t
ttm Box Tart Bmm N. Y. Kl
At Aixeuaa A g, M
1,'VKItV lirjHiK OK THE HKIS AND WAI.P
4 of Infancy and childhood, whether tortur
lux, illtllmirlnir, Itching, Imriiluir, m aly, eronted,
,iinily or hl..i hv. Willi Iiim ol hair, and every
lm,iirliy of the I, I.hmI, whether iiiiil, acrofu
Iiium it lic'cilliarv. In NHciy, iM-rmaueiitly and
eeonoiiilcally cured hy the I Tun K Itawauiaa,
iiiKlaiiiiu of 11 Th cm, ihe ureal akin cure, Cu
T i ra t Mie. an eiiiillteftklu puriller ami bean
tiller, aiul n in ra Ukwim r.sj. the new blood
and klu puriller ami Kreatext of humor reine
,lle, when the bent ili u In ua and all other
rvi Hen full. I'areuu, naie rmir i till. In n yeara
nl mental ami ,h ait al nuiteriug, lleirtu now.
Icla arc ilnuueroun, ( urea made lu childhood
Mold etery where. I'rlce. Ci'TK l k. Mr; RfiAr,
JV; IUuu.t inr.lt. rrc.rcd by Holier 1'rug
ami I 'lieiulcal rorMiratinu. lloNton, Man.
send lor " How lo cure lllood and hklu)Dlt
caM'n." g llli' khi ami ai-alp purified and
a hcainiiled bv I'l'tii tha i.ie, "Wft
kidney i4iu, inn kacho and iiiunciilar
'hfioiirttliini relieved mi one minute by tho
dchralcdl TTUTKA ANTI-rAIN 1'I.AIITkaJ.V.
Will hate no other Jobacco
Who once tries
Stli OF fiORTJl CAJ?0LIN
Jhis is the secret of its
FOR MEN ONLY!
a For LOttTor FAILINO MANH00D
Omni ad NERVOUS DtfllIlTf
Weakawof Body and Vni TlTeti
nt Error or EiMMMinOldor Tonne.
adaMi. ft.hl MafelMHIli fell MHIartl Hew UMlstrv ft4
AWarltjivlf aarftlllff HUM 1 HK1 IKT-aWawiH Itt flU.
In iMitty rrsi 441 fttftiMM! Prta 4 Mlrit. Writ (ft
rtJ IU. tilgalrB tmi irvtA wIM fiMl
aatrM KRIS MfcOICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Va
kwrp thriH) telil will Hrrrhnm'w i'tllfH
THAI-CAN B UithlihVKKYUA
is the kind thnt pays, bcorea or
voiinir liuatiieaa men. and bun
the king -t
Irrhe old Droverb be rriie
To I'rora lla
A ! Ili.tlla
ill lie glu n or
ao apiillcatlon, per
enniilljr or hy liu-r.
T.rrrf on koowt thai
r.llxlrof I.iiwwaj rIIur
nd thai br. UrMn' luvitt
ontlur la tlw nrtuinnl aini
uul gtuuiuti Vital Ulxir.
thi ar TMoimTrja 0Arror OKT (Thed of
Chrsnl4, rrlM, KtM-ial t'tai iU(Mta, Htvo tMiMij. l ay.
isiurl riU, 1 at Mm-j utA Mwb4, I.itt, tunc,
HlwMet, Ki'lnty Bit4 fti..it.'si Trmt.U, ImMirltt of Lh
Ulteixl, rimiiUa, aii'l othff Hhla) lMra, Is amine to ft
MMlle-k,.l ggJI 4 PrHUJiftbM nift U j gwnoUtswi, kUk
fwiutr aprvlsj trviirornt
IHL l.lr.inii J. M.oRATntWlUttritMfirf fsMltlnnif
St. biif durX SMOi'tMtrd ) fn-IS4rrbaraV a. I
tur pnuu"h'av frittf lQtuiur. .'; )
bullied, IU half alga sVKlW, Rftlf kil- a. M'M'Ils to fN
list. LlKRIU A lit, ft a-trU t qiatrti-r mt ratur
ttartai ft agmvlalt f Illa-ar uf M-n, Dtaraaa, kowrrvrf Ift-
itr4, ifirghlllv, lrWirnneliruf-t; r lt ea is to 4af
ls,elrrat rmm saillfMiu tntri: har"S av4rraia
I iBtuIiad.il ttm. VM f l Ir . 4(M Wri tUfftti, lM
FrasMtotaj. ImL Jrit ato aautsMM, Mast Hinvt.
A4 pav-ittg af prtwaama svav
s, tftM maim ar a arsa
n4 Mrjakllirtil ther str
rmptiNMia. faniflat nrr ft.r , or n(rrin to f tttxA.
iuftlMtolMl--t UK. 1.I1HIU lJ.VIt,.HATiR.
H. T. HUDSON,
IMPOKTER AND HEALER l.N-
IISIIIXU TACKLE, ETC.,
3 rirat Street, I'ortlaail, Oregon.
Oet one o( theeelehrated f . A. Lflomla' Double
Harri'l, Hrwh-loailtng. Htiiitinina, Top Hnap. riar
lM-k, lamaeua ho-'rvU. Kaner HtiN'ka, 1'lntol
(irlp and Oreeuerlrebl Wedge Fait, U Uaugs.
fr-nt hjr etpreaa with 9i Braaa Shrill and Re
li!llig TikjI. ttpoo reevlpt of prira.
8TEINWAY, Gabler tni Pease Pianos
MxsuiIdc bm Hmt Pumo Madbl and tha farotiuj
ehftiwr Fiauoa; aiJ MuaioaJ liMtnunmu; Han. fa u-
pltrtl; Lftrira Utck at HIhwI Musk ttTKIfrsiAV UaiL.
at4ftutl Afi raM Hurt; MrrHUi Ur Co. Cftii
shJ sbm er m rotxna and mw aiuok.
N. P. N. U. So. 3T;8-8. F. N. U. No. 4X5