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To the Feople of the Great Northvvt.
TTTE M'ISII TO CALL Yorn ATTENTION to a
tV fen facts and ask your careful consideration of
First That nearlv nine-tenths of the people on tiiLs
coast an nlllicted with C'atakkh in one or more of Its
various forms: many of whom are not aware of the
origin of their sullerin, and consequently, in spite of
all they are able to do, continue to suffer.
Second That the accented theory of the disease
that It "is simply a local Inilanimution of the mucous
membrane lining of the nasal passages, produced bv a
cold' as advocated by most practLsitii: physicians is
erroneous in the extreme, else why do they not cure
so simple a disease which is merely the result of a
Third -That Catarrh is not simply LOCAL hut
CONSTITUTIONAL also, being of sciofulous ori-,-i:i,
hence capable of transmission to oHsprhjg, which ac
counts in part for its rapid Increase.
Fourth that vaccination is oneoj tne prime causes
of all serotinous diseases, or wnicli that lorm known
as CATA llllll is most prevalent.
Fifth-That without the proper CONSTITUTIONAL
treatment, all LOCAL means must prove futile, why
men longer continue the use 01 hiiuus, iJouches, In
Indents; etc. ?
Sixth That we have made the above facts a life
study, haying been a great sullerer ourselves from
this worst of curses, until CL'KKl) liY OUR OWN
REMEDY, and are fully warranted in the assertion
that they are FACTS; having for more tlian twelve
years based our treatment of that loathsome disease,
L Ai AKKii, upon tner.oove principles wim the very
best of success. So anxious were we to find a remedV
that was snecltlc for the cure of this disease that wi
have tested at different times in our practice most of
the remedies now in use. and found that thev were
gotten up upon theory, and not on actual knowledge
oi tne disease. Having necome iiiny convinced that
our theory of the disease Is correct, and that when
directions are strictly followed
OUR ICEMEN Y IS SPECIFIC,
we have decided to place our SURE CURE FOR
CATARRH in the hands of druggists throughout the
great northwest, at the very nominal price of ONE
DOLLAR PER IJOTTLE. Already thirty druggists
have oidered, and the SURE CURE has been sent
them .-oiue the second and third lots since August
l th. Nine of the leading druggists of Portland hav
It m stock: the well known and reliable hrm of Hodgi
J)a Is it Co. are wholesale agents. Were it not that
the Remedy possesses Intrinsic merit, such a wide-
.spread demand and vale could not be effected in so
short a time. The fact is that during our three vears'
practice In Portland we haw fully established tin
reputation of DR. JAMES KEC1CS SURE CUKE
TV".. I., ..I.,.. e ... I r . i
T n ttrm i fi i i . niiiii'i i allium uu i.uiii -mrriiasing tor Wie
JDUilU J.1US ilOHV 111 mv Iiail WillUS a j same as Dr. keek's -any '-Catarrh RemedV whieh
dies on hand of uiiMi they wish to dNju.se, are repre-
i o t.,ii" it I seining mem hi ne ine same as nr. iveei: s: oi course
liixonuLuu, ucui; sjviiks iMJUftensii, if ours wer WORTHLESS they wunltl not be com
anntv: whv. T should linvfi Jill rlo vnnn'r peiieij to resort to this unprincipled ni;-a isto ellect
' J tJ
Senator iTcDonald, of Indiana
soon marry a Washington widow:
Toledo claims a citizen who pours hot
water down his wife's back because she
won't join his church.
Potato brandy, used greatly in some
parts of Switzerland, is sait to be neurly
as poisonous as absinthe.
There are no professional beauties in
this country. The great number of ama
teurs crowd out professionals.
A man at Augusta, Ga., on receiving a
doctor's bill for medicine and visits.wrote
that he would pay for the medicine and
return the visits."
The students at Oberlin college are not
allowed to chew tobacco, but, this being
the case we don't see how they expector
ate as first-class scholars.
A Professor Grimmer predicts terrible
mortality the next seven years. Ameri
ca will lose fifteeD millions Ex. We
never heard of a grimmer prediction
Col. Jerome Bonaparte and wife, who
have usually spent their winters in Paris
will pass the coming season in Washing
ton. Their daughter will be near them
at the Visitation Convout in George
Every now and then a car falls of the
New York elevated railroad into the
street and hurts a man. Sonio day one
will fall and crush a dog, and then Mr.
Bergh will take steps to have the whole
elevated business pulled up by the roots.
little relief: it's too red." Auntv I - lV..Vt!l!;?Sll!i-l!M""r 'M?.,..-'..,. .M-
ill; - II 1 . 1 7 ' .It . . ... r . t .
uuii, wny not our in a sonc: or two oi
trX'ln mnitmx any pnrcnnve or in writ
Ins: In rcpou.se to nuy ndvertiHementln
this paper you will please mention tne
uumc of f lie paper.
Our Bargain Column
Cash Auction Co.
No. 210 First Street,
Whai You Can Buy for 10 Cts !
ON OUR TEN CENT TABLE :
one Konnd Comn for. ioc
One Hack ( omb for .. ioc
One J ine t'oml for ioc
Onollack Comb. Silver Mounted, for. nv
A Ijirge Sized Handkerchief for. ioc
A I'air oihleevc JJnttons for. ioc
'twelve Pieces of jtnudfor. ioc
A Ijirge Sized Slate for 10c
A Frying Pan for. ioc
A C hild s Apron for ioc
l)nu l ard Urocaded lttobon for jOc
l)ne Box ( oliurs for. I0c
A I'ncket Book for ioc
Ono Doze . Lead Pencils for ice
I lnwai e,'! ootn Brushes, lans. etc., for. 10c
Kieven of the above artlclUH for SI OO.
And a Thousand Articles too numerous to mention
All Sliades WORSTED only S cents an ounce.
THOMPSON, DeHART & CO
AGENTS, I'OUTIUTD, OR.,
XraAv-Out 8aii6age Cuttox's,
CARRIAGE & Wmm MATEBIAL,
F.x ,,JKlnKlcader,' direct from New York, a raircts
SHELF and HEAVY
IKON and. STEEL,
Which we offer to the Trade at the r.owcit fTolibtng
Ratex. Also COAL, of nil description.
Oaytcm, Mall Lamberson,
Orders fram mm-UMJ mmmih riLk dij
I Ul LldUU,
From New York Auction,
Pei-Steamer This Day:
inen kissing me." Auntv-
my dear; they'd do nothing of the kind;
I've tried 'em."
"When a pair of lovers are sitting alone
in the parlor conversing about love and
other sentimental things, the suddenness
with -which the young man changes the
subject to domestic economy, when the
lady's paternal parent unexpectedly en
ters the room, almost makes the young
man's collar button fly off.
E glisli Poverty and Gloom.
sales of inferior preparations,
Keniemher nN that we make a si'Wl ALTY
tile treatment of diseases of OMK.N.
Vet v n-.-pect fully vours.
11C. .1A.UKS KKf'K,
i:5."5 Flf-l Street, I'orllaud.
Xovember 1, 1 ". wj
Pieces All Wool Dehlee for
" The I,atostIJesii;ns Momie C'lotli for..
" Silk Striped Ure.ss Coods- for
ju .waue.s .-Niim j;i,s:ueuns "oe
" l'.Iack Luster Alpaca, extra wide, for. iV
" Irish Poplin for. ,"k.
riaxi ures-s (ioods for.
Mjowiiake for 100
I'opitn ne ! ranee for in,
Lenox Sjiiliinfor JOc
.laitase iiress (ioods for ioc
We cannot dispute that there is a sense
in 'which it would be absurd to talk of
English poverty. In spite of the present
depression and distress of Great JJritaiu,
it is the richest nation on the globe. Be
ing the center of the world's commerce,
being the chief seat of manufacturing in
dustrv. havincr a greater command of
iiivery music readier or musician in
Oregon, Washington Territory or Idaho,
who will send their name and address to
"Warren's Mus"c House, 92 Morrison St.,
Portland, will receive free for three
months, a copy of his Jfu.sfcal 'iecicw,
. . i . j i
containing turee new pieces 01 music
each month, besides current musical
Orpyo-n Mucin ner,y Depot
H. P. Gregory it Co., importers and
commission merchants of ban Francisco.
have lately opened a branch of their X7sO IF
house at No. 43 Front street. Portland
For many years they have been known as
one of the heaviest California firms deal
ing in machinerv. engines, etc.. and
OUR STOUK IS SITUATKD JilO FIRST STREET,
helween Tnv....': rtttrl Sitlnimi V". Imvn urn-mini.
heron the Awning 1'o.st for the benefit of our numer
ous customers. We have spread a huire Itoimor hi
ine center oi our room, wnicn reaus:
Salinger's Cash Auction Co,
I'rlce List fnrnisiied on application. Send for sam
ples. Aimress all letters to
A, I.. SALIXOKK A CO..
iilO First St rcet. Portland, Oirn.
win nuy an j-Jictrant Wool and Silk Suit at
i.i i i . Aiinress. li. p.. I. ITT, Third and Alder sts
rortianu, wn. s-ent l . (i. I).
tS .. zi
uivuu m tu m uu uuiui uutiuii, uuiuB tliejr j ftnd voxviu,r traile in Oreffon
Fi Ei BEACH & 00b
ments in the government bonds of many
nations, possessing more ships and a
greater command of the routes of com
merce than any other people, Great
Britain, in spite of recent misfortunes,
retains as yet her position of proud su
premacy among the great powers of the
world. If a loan of a hundred millions
were to be suddenly called for, London
is the one city in which such a loan
could bo negotiated most promptly and
with the least disturbance to trade and
monetary arrangements. While this can
be said of a nation, it would be absurd
to talk of that nation's poverty in any
sense which implied a general lack of
But a nation may abound in wealth
while a majority of its people suffer the
extreme evils of grinding poverty. The
unequal distribution of property in Eng
land is such that in any sudden arrest of
business a majority of the people may
suffer the direst extremes of wretched
ness, while there is no perceptible
abridgment of the comforts of the rich.
But when a nation of thirty odd million",
twenty or twenty-live millions are severe
sufferers, and six or seven millions be
hold the gaunt wolf of hunger at the door,
it may be justifiable to speak, in a modi
fiec sense, of the poverty of the English
In a country where at the present
moment, multitudes without employ
ment are dependent on charity or parish
relief for escape from starvation, it would
be idle to dispute the existence of pover
ty. No swelling rhodomontade about
the wealth of the great British nation can
blind the world to the existence of so
much misery. If multitudes of individ
ual Englishmen are rich it is none the
less true that the mass of the English
people are undergoing a severe trial, and
that their sufferings are calculated to fix
attention on the hardships endured by
the average British subject. New York
A Flag of Truce.
has compelled them to open a houso
here. Mr. Stewart McClure is the resi
dent partner here, and is a yerv pleasant
gentleman to deal with. They can'
wood working machinery of all kinds
saw mills and paws, machinists tools,
steam engines and boilers, lubricating
oils, blowers and exhaust fans, and moke
rubber goods a specialty. A complete
lino of engineer supplies can always be
found at their Portland house, where the
best of terms is always given to the
trade. Catalogues sent on application.
This firm, successors to Coggins &
Beach, dealers in paints, oils, glass,
aoors, sasu. onnns, etc., is doing a very
extensive business, which extends to va
nous points on the North Pacific Coast.
ney import direct irom the Last the Havinff a.rmnp-firt t.n irrmnrf
ffseat bulk of their stock, which enables n ; T. i i I n -r ,
them to sell cheaper than those who pur- "i1 Pcipailines 01 rainters'
chase their stock either in San Francisco 3 ailQ Winqow (rlaSS, W6
or this citv. and which jineminfc; for thmr are enaDieQ lo give as iavora-
rapid increase of patronage. Persons Die terms on this line 01 gOOuS
desiring anything in their line would do as any dealers in Portland.
11 ll til f . I sd v . . -
Uontr actors and Dealers will
(Sncct'Ssors to i'oxfcliitt & llonclj,)
, r 5
- v. tz
The Great English Remedy
is a Dever-falHns Cure
for Nrvous Debility
teney. Pamlj-sls. and
all tt e terrible efTect-i
or Self Abuse, youth
ful follies, and exces
ses In maimer ye rs
such as- Loss of irera
ory, Lassitude. Noctur
nal EinlK.-vion, AverMJu toSoctefv, I)imu& o
Vis'on, Notsos in the head, the vital lluid
passing unobserved in the urine, and many
othrdffPse thwt 1.m to insanity and death.
DK. MIIVTIK wi 1 agree to forfeit Five
Hundred Dollars for a case of this kiud tho
VH aJ, uks 4cA'i JVK (under his special
ad' ice and irp-itrnentj will not cure, or for
anything Impure or Injurious found In it.
M 1-; treafs all Private Diseases suc
cessfully without mercury. Co.sulihUo
Free Thorough examination and advice, in
cluding analysis of urine, 5 Ort. Price or Vital
2test rntiv. S3 1)0 per hottl-. cr tour tlmefl
the quantity for SIUimi; sent to anv adddresa
on receipt of price, or O. u. P., secure from ob
servation, and in pnvatp nair.o tf desired, by
A. K. jlIKVriB, .ti. D.
11 R-arii5 MtrH:, timt eriuieisco, VnL
SU. Mivnv.' KJUXEY KE.UBDY,
Kt:KF.- ecu ir, cures all kinds of Kidney
and Hlndder Complaints, Gnnorrhcen, Glet
Leucorrlue-i. For sale by all druggists; Si 00 a
bo' lie; six ho:tlPs ibr So 00.
SK. nilAllK'S lALKMOX PILLS
nre the and cheapest Dl'SPKPSIA an
SIuiqL.N cine in thv ma-kf-t. i"orsale bv a
MMK. IMYI.H A- 0. Purtlnud. Or.
WM, BECK & SON,
Importers and Dealers In
Sharp's, Remington's, Ballard's, Burgess'.,
Kennedy & Winchester Repeating Rifles.
Co ts, Uomlngton's. Pnrhcr'o. Scott & Son.
Moore's and CJahrouRli's
HAZARD'S SPORTING GUNPOWDER
tt'jlb kesw. Gun WmI. 8beIIs, Cans and
Cartridges ofaJI Kinds at Reduced Prices.
General Gorilon. in a recent account of
scenes connected -with the surreiuler of
Lee's arm:, gives an amusing instance of
the undress condition of which soldiers
in the field sometimes find themselves.
General Gordon had determined to send
a Hag of truce to General .Sheridan, and
for tuat purpose summoned Major
Hunter, of his staff, and toid him to carry
i fkg of truce forward. He replied:
"General, I have no flag of truce."
The General told him to get one. He
'General, wo have no flag of truce in
"Then take vonr handkerchief and put
it on a stick and go forward."
"L have no handkerchief, General."
"Then borrow, one, and go forward
"General, there is no handkerchief in
"Then, Major, use your shirt."
"You see, gentlemen, that we all have
on flannel shirts."
At last a man was found who had a
white thirt, of which the back and tail
were torn off; and, rigging that peaceful
emblem to a stick, the major went
toward the enemy's lines.
well to give them a call before investing
Th.at "Warren's Music House, 92 Morrison street
near the Postortiee, ''orMand, Or., has everything
in tne musical line at reasonable prices A large
stock ot sheet music, books, manos, musical mer-
i t i t t
cnanmse, uanu aim orcncs'ra music a i ways on
hand Mr Warren buys everv thing direct from
Eastern houses, and can all'onl to soil cheaper
than any store m Unison. Send lor catalogue.
I have suffered from a kidney diiliculty for the
p;st ten years, accompanied with nervous spasms.
I'hysicinus gave me but temporary relief, Initaf-
ter using three and one-halt bottle? of Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver f'iro, my nervous spasms
were entirely relieved. My ago is 1 1 vear. I
recommend this greaf remedy to all sutlering
from nervous trouble;. Mus. Mary IIeik.
Katon , Pa.
The Friend ot elcnte Ijndle-.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver CureH the
remedy that will cure the many diseases peculiar
to women, ueadache, neuralgia, disordered
nerves, weakness, mental shock-?, and kindred
ailments are effee uallviemoved by its u.-e. The
J. 13. KMAPF,
B.ie B,itK priz? B4tSt rrf ,jLt oameK vefocj
find it t.n their nrlvim-t-acro n frhimiiTriin Mvlimit
i,end for our prices before tilac- ! ' .'li.ttS. r'
ing orders, anu fukuha&inij AutNi. ; or. Fronnmi aui , iM"l.Avf.iat,,i.
,V!l Goods on Commission. Je Jose 11
WOOL, GRAIN, DAIRY PRODUCTS ASD ' ruma,.t, e. , w
. . .?! Jifjvaiii. t'ori-
F. E. BEACH & CO.,
103 Front street. Portland
FRUITS A SPECIALTY.
Agent lor Parrott's Patent Doubletree.
267 First street, Portland, Oregon.
OREGON MjUHEBT DEPOT,
13 Front Street, Portlnntl,
H. P. GREGORY & OO
Keep a Complete Stock of
Wood Working Machinery.
Saw Mills and Saws.
Steam Engines and Boilers.
Steam , Hand and Power Pumps
Steam Engine Governors.
Blowers and Exhaust Fans.
A NEW TREATMENT
For C'oii-nmpUun. A.(hniu, Hronehlt I. ly
H:plii, Cnlnri-h, II:iluolic, Debllltv, JChutima-tl-m,
X'iu-alirl:i. uii l all ( Mr iiilr .lik! Nt-rvoils Dis-
orlc-iv. It Is taken
And atsdln-ftly upon tho treat nervous and oriran
cfiitepj. and ('iiit:h ly a .:ttui:il I'i-iiclh nf Ku-vmil.iilior..
A tvaiic on ( imniiiiiinl Ovv!'.ii I'lvln" tln liinrv
oi tills IMV uLm-(i i rv. nml :i l.-ir-rf riwiinl i,( mnvi n-
imu kjilile enn-s. wViti- fr A. Addnvsx UKS. STA 11-
KKY iV: I'Al.KX. llirj-md Mil Ciinnl sin-M. lliil:uli.!-
pliia. I'i..r tn II. H. MATIIKW'S. W, Mcmtironieiw
stiiM-t Sun 1-Yancis'(. Cal.. from whom can he pro
cured both inf.iltil:i'iini mvl .nni.lli.v
y..WA RjfNT.E-Wg 3VM?J?MX
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds oi
Sash3 Doors3 Bjind
FRAMES, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, Etc
SEASort'KI) FINISES Ml) LITJSBKH
Constantly on hand.
Emery Wheels and Machinery. paints 0ils, Glass , Brushes.
T TTT)T-nTi r r r-rr n I 5 '
It l made from a Simi ' Tropical I.r.it i,T Rnrr
Valnt . and H a IM)SITIVK Kc-niedv for all the 'is- .
eai( s tlu-t e.i puinv i i 'In- r.i r part of the l.o ! I
for Tnrp; I J.iv .- Il :u!ik In J miidi -e JiziiiM .
(inn el. M.d.uia.aiiil ail tin dillietiltlcs of the Iidi.. s
Liver and I rinary O..uis. n- Im:i:iIc 1Im.'jihi'h, '
Monthly r-ustni:itinn. ainl dnrie ji fian'-v, it h.
no epial. It n stor.s the organs tijat M KKtIie hl-o '.
and hence is th )-t Ulood :urUler. It i.itheonlv
known r.-me ly.that tviri s liriht's Dis.-a-e. For Ji't- '
ht-te-s. use Vacner'H Mate I)l:ili-te 'ure.
i-or aieoy jii-MiriiNisaMii ail lv-.th-is at SI S3
bottle. Largest bottle in the market. Trvlt.
Is now ptenarfil lo ftirnlsl
lusidtfi, Onisides urn' Mur.
i fmentt cm llie.hor'-s no
ice. Addre.- jr. I) Itlmrr
Unx .ri. Portland Or.
We OfTer to the Interior People Qreat Induce-
. ments in
Tramps, "CSt J?lal We
COAL OIL OF ALL OT? ATIT.R
And Pvk ()rlts Tor any atnoutit very care
' i.iuy s'eed us your order?, especially for
I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
, You w 11 .save lots of money. Price Lists sent
1 on application.
H. H. WARMER &CO., Rochester, ftf. iT
O. T. ZINNS.
Beltinsr, Packing, Hose, Valves,
Complete line of
Constantly on hand.
AND A FULL LINE OF
Orders from the countrv will receive prompt
and careful attention.
1 11 Front Street. At IVeidler's Mill'
augS PORTLAND, OREGON,
STEVENSON & ZINNSp
And Dealers In all kinds of
PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS.
505 Front Street, San Francisco.
LibRral advancements, on consignments.
TJse Rose JPills.
FlrxL "li eat, Portland, Or.
Use Rose Fills.
To Hunters and Trappers!
A sure and certain mode of catchin? Beaver, Ot
ter, Fisher, Mink, Martin, Coon, etc., and mak
ing the business a financial success, can be obtained
by applying (with stamp) to
O. MANNERS, Box 35GF. O.,