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' fdriduatimr essay read at Slocuru's liall June 3d.
,b MissUora Lewia.. t
; Friendship defined, ia an attachment I
to a personi, proceeding from intimate j
acquaintance, and a reciprocation of
kind offices, or from a favorable opin-
ion of the mind. .. It is one of the great
eat blessings enjoyed by mankind, be-
cause it unites humanity. It differs
from benevolence, which is qood will
towards mankind in general. Keal,
true friendship is a noble and virtuous
attachment, a love springing from a
pure source, and is a respect- and ad
miration for noble qualities. To us
our friends are the embodiment of all
that is good and true, and " our confi
dence in them is great. The author
has beautifully said "There can be no
friendship without confidence, and no
confidence without integrity;" cons
.jyr v,Au.0u,cumiu.nC. auuuoty
our mtmuamp amounts to nine; tuere-
.... .1 1 ;i .tl
iuic lev wry hicau ui tue IUUI-U UllO Vt
the great and true, and we shall find
our pathway strewn with perennial
blessings arising from truly merited
friendship, There is not enough friend-1
. ship m the world, and the cause of this .
condition of affairs is a lack of honesty
on our own part. Society is so regula-1
tea urns we in tue mam receive ouri
ini- florta or.fl if ivo TiomrtAk
who can we blame but oai-selves? Why
can we not be honest! '
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Th moral srandeur of honesty is the
sublimest thins in nature. If we would
practice it a little more we intent cain
for ourselves the lasting friendship of
many a noble man and woman whose
influence may bless us throughout an
entire lifetime. There is nothing more absurdity of many of the notionsof so
to be desired than the possession of called society people, that Chalmers,
friends. In our school life we have so
many opportunities to make friends of j
our acquaintances, and I trust we liave
all striven to do so, thereby adding link
after link to the chain of friendship,
that, instead of being broken, will be
strengthened throughout time, and be
perfected in eternity.
TZrjST TALVE OF TIME.
Graduating essay ot Miss Lizzie Parrott read in I
Slocunrs hall June 3d.
Have you evr considered the impor- j
tance of saving time, thus turning qvery through which they peer darkly at man
moment to agood account? If not, try kind. As to consistency, there is not
it, and you will be astonished to find a mau of the school who would not be
how much can be ac3omplished in a
short interval. If we are but prompt
to improve every moment, even the j
odds and ends of time may be worked
up into results of the greatest yalue.
An eminent writer once said, and cor- J
rcctly too, that "to save time is to
lengthen life," therefore it would prove
vastly beneficial to ns to study how to
economize our time. I have seen some j
persons to whom their time seemed to
be of no value, but rather a burden
hanging heavily on their hands to be j
disposed 01 witn as nttie exertion as
possible on their part, while there are
others whose time iu so fully occupied
that they cannot find an opportunity
of doing many good deede that they
are desirous of doing. Why this vast
difference? It is because they do not
trouble themelres to seek profitable
employment but are ever prepared to
shirk it, should it happen to fall to
their lot. Is it a wonder that such
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ptJisuiiaimvo m, mucu aurpiua uuic
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guiuK u.. uauua. u
indeed. Think of the precUua mo
ments that are wasted, or what is even
rj - .t 1
worse, occupy m aoiue uamonmsu g
way, that if but profitably spent would
exert an elevating influence not only on
themselves but on all those with whom
they associate. The poet has beauti
fully advertised under the head of
"Lost," a valuable golden moment
which added to others made a whole
lifetime. Our time is given us by God
to be improved to the best of our abil
ity. Life is to short to waste. Even
those little fragments should be util
ized as property that is above all price,
for our whole life is but a succession of
moments, and when they are once gone
they are forever lostthey can never
be recalled. So if they are allowed to
pass by unnoticed they are soon num.
bored by days, then months and years,
and a wasted life is the sum total
Some of the greatest men the world
has ever produced have obtained their
education while following the plow or
doinjj other work on the farm. There
was once a writer of note who com-
posed some of her best works while
-tt;tJnr frp rlinner. And manv others
that might l mentioned have become
famous by properly weighing the value
of their time.
This busy world has use for idlers,
who before they are aware of it, find
themselves in the background, while
the more energetic are far in the lead.
The idlers let dav after dav slin awav
wunout yieiaing rnu, anu tney pass
1 a M Si. .1 al
through life leaving no more evidence
of their having existed than a cloud of
smoke that passes
lt us one ana au strive to so employ
oui um, wyroiuute t,uc trainn
our fellow creatures, for if we do our
very best it will be poor enough, and
even then when we have reached the
the last page in the book of lifa if we
CK ana r8Tiew we win una
ti i - i ,
manjr uiau wuero couia nave oeen
inserwa a niuiiiiuae oi gooa aeeas
uiai wouia nave in ine grana sumtowi
highly improved the condition of hu-
manity in general,
JThetlog iu the. kennel barks at his
fleas, but the dog that is hunting docs
not feel them. Chinese Proverb.
The pedant is so obvious to ridicule
that it would be to be one to offer to
explain him. lie is a gentleman so
well known that there are none but
those of his own class who do not
laugh at and avoid him. Pemiantry
proceeds from much learning and little
understanding. Sie Richard Steele.
ln Scotland, on the ordinations of
elders, a grave old doctor delivered the
charge: "Me brethern, rule weel, rule
weel but rule sae that nae a man or
bairn i' the kirk will ken that they are
ruled.; Me brethern, pray God to give
you common sense. It is a chief grace
0' an elder."
Florida has become to the United
States what Italy is to Europe, a sani
tarium for invalids in winter, and
resort during that period of the year
for well tc-do people desirous of escap-
jng th. r;gors of the frosfcy season
fche NoHh New York D News.
An elevator boy is authority for the
cfnfamont l,at lorl.'o i...,.-.ut
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uia we not sneak 01 Ueorse Ji,liot s
poems the other day? In one of them
Ti " 1
" n -ver mnB r0S8s: wnea we waut
To have more roses we must tlant
mOTe " ees-
We want morc love' more kindness,
more We must plant more
Ifc w a striking illustration of the
me great bcotcn preacher, wiien a
tutor, was not allowed to sit at the
table with the parents of children he
taught. When he became famous, and
the multitude were wild to hear him
these aristocrats proudly boasted, "Me
was our tutor!" The Baptist.
A sensible cynic or a consistant mis
anthrope is a lusus natural Instead
cf seeing more clearly than do their
t.J1... ti.- xi jj-h i
iaiu iu-y wxwvl mem
selves is microscopic, is a distorted lens
utterly miserable if he had faith in one-
tenth of what he proclaims as his creed,
For the first time in over twenty-
five years the Eothchilds, of London,
have allowed their name to be con-
nected with American railroad loans.
They have loaned most of the six mill-
ions recently borrowed by the St. Paul.
WallStreet financiers say this loan will
have the effect of increasing European
confidence in American securie ties, and
be of great advantage to the entire
Maxwell, the murderer of Preller.
confessed to detective J. T. McCullough
that he killed Preller. McCullough
had been put in iail under pretence for
the purpose of working a confession
oufc 0f Maxwell and succeeded. Max
well seeing the mistake he has made
oreaks down, loosing his hopes of es-
caping justice and refuses to be inter
viewed. Thus it is with the murderer,
You mature to ronrsfilf tl, hnanf.
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. braver and steadfastness. You let
your imagination wander in delight
over the memory of martyrs who have
die1 for tmtL And j.
daly comes which ia your
martyrdom, the lamp for your oil and
if you will not do it how your oil is
spilt how flat and thin and unillumi-
natod your sentiment about the mar.j
tyrs runs out over your self-indulgent
life.- PHiLLirs Brooks.
It is related that a German maiden
who could speak a little English, once
piesided at a mineral-water fountain
at a certain German spa, at which
there were two kinds of syrup to be
had by those who liked them with the
water vanilla and lemon. To her
came a young Englishman, who said,
"T wronf a rrlaac nf rnfor wtf Tinnf
avwtn " .h" rAniipn Kftfrinft! innnt
vat kind of sirop yoa want him mitoutf-
Diicoui vamiia, or mitout lemoiit
Prof. Bledsoe was Professor of
j Mathematics in the TJniversiny of Vir-
g""a more than twenty years ago. A
young man was plying him with ques-
tions, to each of which he answered,
"I don't know." "Why, Professor."
said the youngster, "I thought we came
to the Univei-sity for you to tell ns
what we didn t know. "ioungnian,
said the Prof. Bledsoe, "you came here
me to tell-you waat 1 know, and
that's a very, short story; to tell you
hat don't know would be an end-
Thonrrh nature is constantlv beauti-
ul sie does not exUhH her highest
powers of beauty constantly, for then
thev would satiate us. and oall unon
th0 sepses. Her finest touches are
aj.- tnafc mu8t be waited for: w
moStnerfect passes of beautv are the
mo8t evanescent. She is comtantlv
I joinw aomethinz she has not done be-
fore and not do again; some exU.
Mhition of her eeneral powers in partic-
i w i
lllar circamstances, which, if we do not
catch at the it u passingi win
,.f w fav ns Tin!-
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The fatal rapidity with which sltaht
Colds and Coughs frequently develop
iuto the gravest maladies of the throat
aud lungs, ia a consideration which should
impel every prudent person to keep at
hand, as a household remedy, a bottle of
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL.
Nothing else gives such immediate reliei
and works so sure a cure in all affections
of this class. That eminent physician.
Trof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Medical
School, Brunswick, Me., says:
"Medical science has produced no other auo
dyne expectorant so good as ATBB's CBBBRT
Pectoral. It Is Invaluable for diseases of the
throat ond lungs."
The same opinion is expressed by the
well-known Dr. L.J. Addison, of Chicago
1 il., who .says:
"I have never found, In thirty-fire year of
continuous study and practice of medicine, any
preparation of so great value as Atbb s Cmsby
Pectobai, for treatment of disease of the
throat and lungs. It not only breaks up co da ,
and cures severe coughs, but is more effective
than anything else in relieving even the most i
nerioue bronchial and pulmonary affections."
Is not a new claimant for popular confi
dence, but a medicine wnicn is lo-oay
saving the lives of the third generation
who liave come into being since it was
first offered to the public.
There is not a nousenoiu m wmcn tms ,
invninniit( rfiiipdv has once been in
troduced where its use has ever been
ohoninncii. and tnerc is not a Hereon
who has ever given it a proper trial
fnr miv throat or hms disease suscep-
who ha? not been made
wnll hv it.
AYER'S CHEEBY PECTORAL has,
in numberless instances, cured obstinate
case9 of chronic Bronchitis, laryngitis,
and even acute Pneumonia, and has
saved many patients in the earlier stages
of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a
medicine that only requires to be taken in
small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is
needed in every house where there are
children, as mere is Homing bo goou an
AYEE'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat
ment of Croup and W hooping Cough.
These are all plain facts, which can be
verified by anybody, and should be re
membered by everybody.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
' alia sfl
COOS BV Stage LlllCl
LAIRD & CALVERT, :
THROUGH TO COOS CITY IN H HOURS'
J WUERE oounccUon is made with Coo Baysteam
ers for all points on the Bay. Staes leave the Post
THE gggT ROUTE TO COOS BAY
particular attention given to the comfort of va
angers. Careful drivers .nd e od stock
would respeWully inform the pubUc that he
has on hand a fine assortment of
' . '
, Ready-Hade ClOtlllng
and fact everytning usually kept at a
first-class store, Uive mm a call.
Rnnd o svt. tow PPices.
Takes in Exchange for Goods.
'cAli orders promptly attended to,
UNCLE JOHN GILDERSLEEVE ,
lias the finest stock of furniture south of Portland I
which be sells as cheap as it can be bought
iu the State. The new tangled
DO UBLE BED LO UNGE.
Also 1ms oil hand a full assortment of beds auif bed
ding, cliairs, tables, .
BUREAUS AND COMMODES,
And all kinds of Childrens Chairs, etc.
Will stand for the Season at
Joseph Carton's Livery Sta-1
hie inBoseburg. Beginning
I March 1st and continuing1
Is a thoroughbred Jersey Bull, pale
red, short horns, weighs 1100 pounds,
is five years old, and has all' the char
acteristics of the Jersey Stock.
Insurance' - - - - $3.00
To insure sex of Calf, $6.00
N. P. BUNNELL,
j Machine Shop,
AN MAKE CASTINGS FROM OXE
ounce to three tons weight. Small Cu
pola for small castings. Money refunded if
work Is not satisfactory. Jfortland prices!
Save telegrams and expressive.
Qml m& Bhm Star,
Jackson StreetOpposlte Post Office,
TTEEPS ON HAND THE LARGEST AND BEST
IX assortment of Eastern ana San f rancisvo snrt
other makes oj BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, SUP
PERS and ever thins the Uuoianu snue line, ami
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order, and Perfect
I use the Best of Leather and Warrant all
Repairing Neatly Done, on Short Notice,
Also a full stock of TOYS, NOTIONS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and
CIVIL BEND STORE
V. L. ARRINGTON,
, Dry Goods Ckoceies to
All Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange
CIVIL BEND, DOUG. CO., OREGON.
T. L. Gannon, C. A. Blackman
Adamson's Old Stand, Jackson Street.
CARRIAGES, HACKS, BUGGIES I
All Kinds of Repairing Done.
Gannon & Blackman.
W. F. OWENS, : : : : Manager.
Wool and Grain!
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
OF AIX KINDS
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL BUSI-
V V ness in our line and pay the Highest
Market Prices for Wool and Grain. A full
line of Agricultural Implements kept con
stantly on hand, or furnished on short notice
opposite ithe depot. Give us TcViL
w. r OWENS
New York Cof f ee House
And Oyster Saloon
Leading Check Itestaurant
in the City.
8IFERD & HACKNEY. PROPRIETORS'
132 FIRST STREET,
y Private Rooms of the latest Designs for Ladies-
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
INSURE IN THE
Insures only Farm Property, Private
dwellings, School houses and Churches.
Also Detached dwellings in Cities and I
Towns with contents.
I have also a few CHOICE FARMS
and stock ranches for sale on reasonable
DavidS. West, agent
Office,at Court House, Roseburg Or.;
With the Mot Perfieet and Jnccc
ful Isaltau af tka UeoV
1 1 t r"" i i'
"J uiciiiiuut. no DKienes, clockwork. remlatora. m-i
j get out of order. Ko cost or experience, and Ter? little Sr anotfraefn
Hatches aU ferUla egga. The upper portloa fol5s baVke" e lid of a
work of the hen.
the meals can heat
Tenn. From SOOeggs I hatched 197
uii:kb ib me iraig incubator. 1
Know It is the best one made. Yonr
plan for brooder are unexcelled.
Of 78 eggs hatched
very good suocess
r nau a nncr lot or chickens.
ESAWOW. Til Tnn Inxnhafnv
beats all the hens
set 145 eggs under
I IMXCCSSiaEJC 9lU
' oo ......... soli
lOwll " loot
If you knew how cheap I sell Bells for Farms, Schools or Churches
You would surely have one.
inL?- 13 vv-..- .
T H C 0 Hi OlB
I also deal in Threshers, Engines,
af JrAr A
(The best Boiler feeder known) Steam Fitting Goods, Belting, Oils. Also
General A cent for. The Siiipman Engine. Coal Oil for fuel. No Dust, No
Dirt. Send for circular and prices.
But before you do that come 'round
nl An N t o o
Buy a New Set of Harness -
OR A SADDLE
One of the Biggest and Best Stock
use nothing but the best
EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE.
W. Cr- Woodward9 Roseburg.
Absim, Whseler &'
Has on hand constantly a
General Merchandise and will be pleased to see his old friends
and' patrons, as well as new ones, who in co nsideration ofthe
scarcity of money and the present depression in business, will
study their own interests by calling on Ivm and examining
Before purchasing elsewhere, I do not claim to sell goods
at cost, or less than cost, but
I tfcat thoy will get their goods
At The Lowest Living Profit.
Produce Of All Kinds Taken At Market Price,
Drain & Coi Brain.
GENERAL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
V . "
HJITS, CJIFS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
I " "
" possible here
Would respectfully invite an examination of stock believing all can be satisfied
that it is for their interest to make purchases here as we buv and sell for cash
made. Perfect accuracy guaranteed
ailaUesa!l Wetehta. Prices rMnml.
BA T.T.' A " T T fT. Sfwrtfn ani Tarcet Rlflea, world renowned. Thestandard for
sliiiiiibJiili il ih till target ahootlng. bunUng. and shootlnc nlleries. All calibres from tt to 4.
jiaaeiDiourieenaiQerentsiyies, prices irom
1S,00 up, eend.tei LUustrated catalogue.
drawers, or ot her con
operating, weeds n
le lid. Proper heat is mala
twice a dy and renlsrlna
bARLT HATCHED CHICKS SII a! from 50c to per Pound.
iiiVrt?JItlft,J?.r?dep w1n e,r tor the chicks as long as thej
22 lBSh?,of1.52aii,,nu wvlng expense of special brooder. Both at
ffr wh2t , hi - " V" ' unsurpassed by any machine, no mat-
-LI.-J. 2.5? n5 U the aift, cheapest and iqost cosily
5I?5JfS.e?JS?didta for PUU? favor. The Craig- Incubator can ha
fh? Jv. ?iit S'.f n-. An Prn should hae a pay-Inn hatch
the nrt time. It hatches in from is to 21 dav. and the
LADIES "TT?n thousands who are straggling for pecuniary
" T " " Independence will find artificial rearing of poultry
a most profitable home Industry. It requires the least possible capital
DOeB not fnrrforA With hnntAhAldrfnlU. T , . u H... . I . n '
Tu a4wwjswsuvibBi. AUW sfsa iialj u 1 W iU4 ify sri iai saaj
water for an incubator.
90 chicks. I set 101 In Incnl.nlor
and have 97 good, healthy chicks
as a result. C W. MAYS.
RivtBTos. Keb. Hatched one
brood to get my hand In, fully 60
per cent of all eggs put In. No
trouble to keep an even tempera
ture. Shall run It all winter.
K. VAN DKUSEN.
EtiZABKniTOWX. N. Y. By os
Ing the Craig Incubator 1 consider
my first attempts at artificial Incu-
U. V. UATCU.
Tt,l. ..i.i An.
63 chicks. "Had
first trial. Nev-
for hatching. 1
bent and have
batlon a complete success.
A, WALTElt nUUAXD.
F. D. CRAIG, STtf North EvanstQti, III.
rsrs;r11 a. rrrnra i-ar - una ,n
Contains more useful poultry Information than anyrjlwolt. Describes
ift.me2t.5iKS,,.5IlrJ l",n-houses, brooilers. Incubators, eio.
XU,S HOW to UAJbLC 10CO oer cent, oroflt as Co
Mill Machinery, Poirs, Inspirators
Office Foot of Morrison Street Portland
Z) T. WRiGHT,
of Goods ever Brought to Town,
leather, and have got
DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON
large and complete assortment o
will assure all who patronize me
Boiiglas Co., Oregon,
-nvrn 7" Tn
nr mli mj.ri.ifi iiim. An rains nowder:3ScaL
HETalns;4oeal.mimlna.iKra1 Tn rt.(n Th iMinmt ahootlCK rifle
and Lbs only absolutely safe ria made. All styles,
MiSLLH FIRE ARMS CO., FEW HAYLH, COHL
C. W. KNOWLES,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
C. W. KNOWLES, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Good Restaurant Connected With The House
Fire proof Brick Building i
In" the Center of the City
COR. FRONT AX D MORRISON STS., PORTLAND
First Class In Every Particular,
Corskr Front and Mourikun Sts
Thomas Cci.nkan, rrojirictor.
HE ST. CHARLES RESTAURANT.
Ciiakles Heilmax, Proprietor.
The very best in the Market is set
before you. -
Cor. Third and E Streets.
REDUCED EATES, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME
TUlB LARGE AND WELL-APPOINTED HOUSE
offers superior accomodations at popular priuca.
Meals J5c, Rooms 25c. and 50c. Only three blocks
from all Depots and Steamer landings, Free Buss
to and from the Hotel Ko Chinese servants. No
overcharges or deviation from regular rates of tl.00
maro-tl E. LEtviSTUN . ropr.
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
FTHE PLACE TO BUY. Jg
J B CONGLE
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
T31.LEATHEB AND SaDKLERY HARDWARE
103 and 110 Front Street PORTLAND OREGON
Malanssene and Clements
New Furniture Store
IN MARK'S OLD STORE.
A full line of first class Furniture.
Anything repaired or made to order.
Great Overland Route! ',
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
ONLY LINE RUNNING
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, '
Magnificent Day Coaches, and
Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Cars,
-WITH BERTHS FREE OF COST
FROM WASHINGTON AND OREGON
TO THE EAST
Via St. Paul and Minneapolis
ONLY TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE RUNNINC
PALACE DINING CARS.
(Meals, 75 Cents.)
FASTEST TIME EVER MADE
FROM THE C0A8T
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
To Sioux City,
St. Joseph, Atchison,
SSt. Louis, S Chicago,
AND ALL POINTS
O ' O
Via St. Paul and Miuncapolis.
-tsr SLEEPING CAJtS 3-
Are hauled on regular Ex
press Trains over the
Entire Length ov
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
Leave Portland at 3:00 p. at., daily; ar
rive at Minneapolis or St P&ul 12:30
p. M., third da j.
Connection made at St. Panl and
Minneapolis to all points East, South
Train leaves Portland daily at 1 1 :4 5
a. at., arriving at New Tacoma ,6:30
p. at., connecting with O. R. & N. Co.'s
boats for all points on Paget Sound.
Al D. Charlton,
General Western Passenger Agent,
No. 2 Washington St.,
. ' Portland, Oregon,
"taUp-Slalrs ty er L.. Be fil's Jewelry Stor
R08EBURC CRECOH. v
JH. O'M ALLEY,
. Proiniftor of the
110SEBUKG MARIJLE WOEKS.
Aud Dealer iu
Toombstoses, Taejais,' Etc.
Shop Ber of Hogan'sf tore.
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Obtained, aud al! other business in the U. S
Patent. Offloo attended to toe MODERATE FEES.
Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We advise as
patentability free of charge; and- we make KO
CHANGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT.
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Supt.
Money Order Dir., aud to officials of the V. S.
Patent office. For circular, advice, terms an
references to actual clients in year own State .
county, rite to
C, . SXOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT
Having dissolved the copartnership exist
inn between Bunnell & Bowen Bros, and
are now prepared to do all work in their
line in a
MANNER, AND AT REASONABLE RATES.
O. cfo DEL. "Ecirls.s,
A Full Line of
Staple .and Fancy Groceries,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Queens ware Etc.
Goods Delivered anywhere in th
Cityr limits, Free of Charge.
DRAIN - - OREGON.
Bay Stage Office
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS-
Baooaoe Handled Fsek or Cbahbi.
MRS. BLACKWOOD Peopriethess.
. MEDICAL- -
No. 11 KEARNEY ST., SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
Treats all Cliroolc, Special and Private
Diseases with Wonderful Success.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
"WIS A NEVEB FAILING
CURE for Neirous Debilty
jeminsi Weaknesi, Ek
ihansteri VitalitT. Rnerma
jini.-- Zas Hanaiood.
v t-rosiaiorrnoa, via an me
itcrrible effects of Self-
abuse, youthful follies and
'excesses io maturer fears,
'uch as Loss of Memory
:Ussftude Nocturnal Em-'
Jissians. aversion to societT
Lfiiunessot Vision. Aoises in the Head. F.TCKSSRS
IN DRINKING intoswaUne liquors, tne vital fluid
passing unobserved in the ttnne, and many otoer dis
eases that lead to insanity and death.
Dr. Mintir, who ia A BserLAB Phtsicias. GaAor.
ATS OF TTIH UXIVERglTT OF PlKXSTLVAKIA, will agree
to forfeit Fry Hcndkkd Dollars for a ease of this
kind the VIT L RESTOBTIVE fonder hia invM
advice and treatment) will not cure, tr for anything;
impure or injurious found in it. Dr. Mixna treats
all private diseases successfullv without mercurrl
Coksvltatios Fezb. Thorough examination and ad
vice, including analysis of urine, 15.00. Price of
VITAL RESTORATIVE, $1.50 a bottle, or four times
the quantity, $5.00; sent to any address upon receipt
of Price, or C. O. D., secured from observation, and
in private name if desired by Dr. Ml.vns, 11 Kkakbt
Street, Sax Francisco, Cau Send for list of ques
tions and pamphlet.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.
Will be sent to any one applying by letter, stating
symytoms, sex and age. Strict secrecy in regards to
all business transactions.
Dr. Mrsrrrt KininsT Rimedt. NEPHRETICTTM
Cures ail kinds of Kidney and Bladder Csomplaint
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Leuchorrhea etc. For sale by a .
dmgfrists; fl a bottle or six bottles for fivedollari.
Dr. MnrrrEs Dabdemoh Pills are the best and the
cheapest Dtsi epsi a and Biuot's cure in the market.
For sale by all drujrfrists.
MAES OAS BE REMOVED.
LEOlSr & CO , v
Loudon, Pcrf tuners to H. M. the Queen, hare
ted and patented the world-renowned
which removes Small Pox Marks, of however
standing;. The apphcatioa M simple and bar
causes no Inconvenience, and contains no thin f
jurioui. FricetiSO. ;
8UPEFLTJ0US HAUL. .
Leon & Co.'s "DEPILATORY"
Removes Buperflouus Hair in a few minute
grow again. Simple and harmlesa
Fu directions. Seutby mail. Price tt
GEO. W. SHAW
219 Tremoit Street, Boston, Mass.
Mention This Paper.
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Wnea she was a Chfld, she cried for Castoria,
Wnea she beoaaa Mias, eh clung to Castoria,
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