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Inilracrllmbte Ornndriir or ttif Crnnil Can
yn of tho Ark:n;n ami tho I'hiln.
Tho Grmul Ciuiyon of the Arkansas
excels in majesty any seeno whieh it
Inw jet been our privilege to look upon.
How many ages or eenluries or thou
sands of years tho remorseless river
was engaged in cutting its way through
these everlasting mountains "is a nut
ter of' conjecture. The channel of the
river (at this point not a large one)
pursues a tortuous way for many miles
between the lofty rocks, which its
ceaseless gnawings have severed. Tho
solid walls, rising sometimes almost
perpendicularly to the height of eleven
hundred feet, the winding course of the
canyon apparently closing us in a
doorless prison, the skylight seeking
to penetrate the depths of the abyss,
and a splashing raiu, all added to tho
beauty, tho grandeur, the terror, the
excitement, and tho pleasure of tho
occasion. Our good engine, with re
markable ease and speed, climbing
up the grade on the background of tho
enormous rocks, looked like a speck,
a dot, a child's plaything. "Tho
Royal Gorge," as it is" called, is the
culmination of the canvon. Hero is
scarcely room for tho river alone, but
man's ingenuity has overcome nature's
obstructions, and a woll-mcd thor
oughfare is the result. Kmergingfrom
the canyon the road follows the Arkan
sas river to Salida, On our left are tho
snow-covered peaks of Sangre do Cris
to, Spanish name meaning the "Rlood
of Christ." Hero wo leave tho river
and begin to climb and scale the heights
of Marshall Pass over the great conti
We wind along the mountain sides
rising higher and higher. Our train
is divided into two sections. Looking
upward wo seo now a line of earth
which marks the course of tho road;
now the first section of our train ap
pears, leading us half a niHe. Looking
downward wo see the course wo have
come; now one, now two, now three
sections of tho road appear at once,
tier above tier. Looking outward wo
see the great slopes of the majestic
mountains and tho recesses of the val
leys. Tho Rockies scorn to opon tho
doors of their secret chambers and to
reveal to us their hidden beauties.
At length, on the very summit, hi a
long snow-shed, through many of
which wo have passed, our panting,
puinng engine, hko a tired anil over
burdened animal, stops in its course,
as if to gather strength for the strugglo
before it in earning its load down on
tho other side. We are 10,878 feet
(inoro than two miles) above the level
of the sea.
The descent, with the loops of tho
road bending back and forth, and with
somewhat milder scenery, is tho re
verse of the ascent. The train rolls on,
and now darkness comes upon us. Our
road lay through a gorge described as
"grander, deeper, darker, and yet
more beautiful than we had so recent
ly passed through." It is called tho
black canyon. Sitting or standing
upon the back platform of our ear we
were piite able to see the majestic out
lines of this great gorge. Waterfalls,
the swiftly-flowing river, tho lofty and
precipitous rooks reaching out their
arms as if to crush us in their em
brace, the Currecauti Needle an ab
rupt and isolated pinnacle, symmetrical
and graceful are all discernible in the
darkness, which lends to each a charm
of its own. The morning light finds
us on tho great plains.
An awful, a terrible desert. Its
desolation is simply indescribable. It
extends for more than one hundred
miles between tho Grand and tho
Green rivers, and while dreary and
somewhat monotonous, is by no means
uninteresting. On the right and left
are arid wastes of land, bearing li'io
and there tho scantiest possible growth
of worthless weeds. Tho hills in color
anil in their wrinkled surface remind
one of tins hides of some gigantic ele
phant. Tho buttos, with thin, level
tops, precipitous faces and barren ap
pearance, rise continually on either
side. In tho Green river valley irri
gation has begun to change thobarron
11 ess into fruitfulness. Onward wo
speed up tho ascent of tho Wasatch
range, through Castlo Gate, whoso
warders are tho great rocks which
stand at its entrance, up tho Price
river canyon, down which Sydney
Johnston inarched his army homo
from Utah after ho had established tho
authority of our Government over tho
Mormon robr-is. Cor. Chicago Times.
All in Half a Century.
Tho discovery of tho electric tele
graph; Tho discovery of photography;
Tho establishment of ocean steam
Tho annexation of Texas;
The war with Mexico and tho acqui
fition of California with the discoveries
of gold that followed;
Tho French revolution of 1818;
Tho rise and fall of Napoleon III".;
and tho establishment of tho French
Tho laying of tho ocean cables;
The great civil war and tho abolition
of slavery in tho United States;
Tho unification of Italy;
The great Franco-German war and
Hie unification of Germany;
Tho overthrow of tho Pope's tem
Thp emancipation of tho Russian
Tho extension of Russian powor into
Tho discovory of tho sources of tho
Kilo and tho Niger, and tho explora
tion of interior Africa;
Tho discovery of tho telephone
Tlwro ar S3 stmlonts In Mr. Spur
goou's I'astori' Caliugc
IVi-tou Who Arc
limine II 111 c.
Young people who inteud to learn
shorthand and tvpe-writing mav prof
itably reflect upon a remark made the
other day by a New York business
man who has employed shorthand
writers for many years." and keeps sev
eral girls busy at the type-writer. It
is so easy nowadays to learn shorthand
in our large cities, that a largo nuin
ucr 01 young men ami young women
are looking to that art, and to its as
sistant, the type-writer, as a means of
earning their subsistence. Ingenious
teachers have learned just how to help
their pupils over the difficulties, and to
get them quicklv able to "take down"
a vast number of words in a minute
But, according to our New Yorker,
the kind of person who is minted in a
business office is not one who can
merely take down two hundred words
in a minute, and then write them out
with corresponding rapidity by the
machine. He declares that he ha
tried several nice girls in his olliee
who could write well enough and fast
enough, and yet were absolutely
worthless to a busy man. He re
ceives, for example, a note asking a
favor. He writes upon tho note, in
pencil "polite no." lie wants his clerk
to write an answer refusing the favor
in a gentle, conciliatory manner, ac
cording to the nature of the request,
and the character, standing and sex ol
the applicant. This requires judg
ment and some little knowledge of thu
world. It is a simple matter, but many
short-hand writers are unable to ac
complish it. On another note, asking
an interview, the employer writes:
"Yes, to-morrow at half-past two;
here." Our New Yorker asserts that ha
has had applicants highly recommend
ed, who could not, unaided, write ac
ceptably the note required by this di
rection. Such things demand a certain
amount of tact, taste, knack, "gump
tion," which many rapid writers do
not possess, and perhaps could never
In truth, business men scarcely ex
pect young short-hand writers to write
any thing of importance without dicta
tion. Rut here, again, if we may trust
our now Yorker, a large proportion ol
young girls are incompetent, lie says
a girl is of little use to him unless site
can spell Iiucnos Ayros or Seringapa
tuin without stopping to look it up in
the ofhec gazetteer. Ho also wishes,
not merely that she shall bo able to
spell Cicero without an but that shu
shall have some little idea whether a
man, a little girl or a piece of crockery
is meant by the word, lie goes so fur
as to say that skill in the use of short
hand and the type-writer counts for
nothing, and less than nothing, miles
that skill is supplemented by a general
knowledge of men and things, which
an intelligent mind can not help ac
quHng. but which some good and re
spectable people never acquire. Ho
sums it all up in a short, im
patient sentence: "1 want a writerthat
knows something." youth's Compan
ion. EDUCATING THE BOYS.
Sumo WltiiliMoino Ailvloii for I'armors
Who Art- llli-sinl with I'lilltli-.-ii.
The farmer who would like to edu
cate his boys in the profession lie htu
cho.-en must do so practically as well
as theoretically. He must have them
in the field with him, not merely to
show them how he does a thing, but
to have them try their hands at doing
it. He should explain why this or that
is clone, and endeavor to interest thein
in the work. Too many men have an
idea that it is not worth while to spend
much time on this part of a boy's edu
cation, ami so lie grows up in ig
norance of tho whys and wherefores
he would readily understand if they
were explained to him. A boy is a
man on a small scale, and he likes to
be treated as such. Givo vour boy to
understand that you are interested in
his development, and ho will bo inter
ested in it also. Hut keep him away
from your work because he does not
know how to do it as well as you do,
anil it can not be expected that he will
know or care any tiling about it when
he becomes largo enough to do a inan'a
work. Let him grow into it by de
grees. Lead him into a practical
knowledge of what is required on the
farm by slow anil easy steps. In order
to do this, 3-011 must make a companion
of him. Talk to him, instruct him,
and have patience witli him. It took
you a long time to learn how to work
well, therefore do not expect him to do
tilings as woll as you do when ho be
gins. Do not scold him when he falls
into an error, but show him how to
correct and avoid the mistake. Gain
his onlideneo and givo him yours.
Let him feel that you trust him, and
when ho does a thing well tell him so.
A word of merited praise is tho best
kind of encouragement to givo a boy.
Ho likes to know that you appreciate
what ho has done. ' Hut, if you scold,
and fret, nnd find fault with him for
doing things wrong simply because ho
doesn't know how to do thoin right,
tho chances nro that ho won't caro
how ho does thorn. E. E. llcxford, in
Our Country Home.
Tompkins Didn't Bite.
"No," said Tompkins, "I no longer
call on Miss Robinson. You know
she's a fine performer on tho piano,
but I got tired of hearing tho samo
pfoco ovory timo I called."
"What was tho pioco?" nskod Tit
marsh. Mendelssohn's 'Wodding March."'
Ar. i'. Sun.
Tlio MotroiKiliun'r .bynntole, I.o-i-don
(Spiirgoon'ii). reports n nutiuUn
gliipof 6.851. During tlio jwist yiutr i&l
have buon utliluil by bapUsiu.
A InrKe nunibr of society Indl In Su
Piuil are reported tolmvo abandoned a pro
jectfd reception frr Mrs. Cleve and be
cause one member of the committee of re
ception was. one a seamstress.
THE WESTERN SETTLER'S CHOSEN
With every iuIvmkxs of emigration into tho
fur West, a new dcnmiul is created for llostct
ter's Stomach Hitters. Newly jieouled regions
are frequently luhS salubrious than older set
tied localities, on account of the miustim which
rijj from recently cleared land, particularly
aloiiK the banks of rivers that are subject to
fresh' ts. The agricultural or itiintiit emigrant
soon Icjirns. when he docs not already know,
that the Hitters ntl'ord the only sure urotectlon
against malaria, and lho-o disorders of the
stomach, liver and bowels, to uhlch climate
chances, extiosur-. and unaccustomed or un
healthy water or diet subject him. Const
quciitly, ho places an estiumte upon this great I
household specille and preventive commensu
rule w 1th Its intrinsic merits, nnd is careful to
keen on hand a restorative and promoter 'if
health so implicitly to be relied upon in time of 1
The Ameer of Afghanistan caused the 1
execution of his ph slc'an for apply iiiK ir
ritating ointments to his arm.
ONLY THIBTi-SlX PER CENT.
Of thoe who die from consumption inherit
the discitte. In all other caes it must
cither bo contracted through carelessness,
or, according to tho new theory of tuber
cular parasites, received direct y from
others as an infectious disease. Hut in
cltherca.se. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical
Discovery is a positive remedy for tbe
disease in its early stiges. Itisdelav that
is dangerous If you are troubled w'th
shortness of breath, spittingof blood, night
sweats or a lingering cough, do not hesi
tate to procure this sovereign remedy at
Tho ShoriU of Chicago receives S?UU for
each man helling.
NEVES TRAVEL WITHOUf THEM.
Persons should never travel withruta
box of HiiANnmrru's Pn.i.s. A few doses
taken before going on ship will prevent
sea sickness, and one pill every nlvlit on
ship-board wil counteract thecostivc action
of the bea air. When sick, troubled with
rains, cold-, or di z'tiess, or having rheu
nuitism. take from three to live pills, and
if they do not opera' e in an hour or to
kc thrco or four more.
Gen. Wm. B. Franklin is president of a
manufacturltiif company at Hartford,
THE SPLENDOR OF DRESS
And the xrtitlcal ollectH of rosnictlca.no
matter how deftly appl cd, can never make
beautiful or attractive one wh U subject
to ed'arlation nervous debility, or anj
form of female weakness These must be
reached by inward application, and tiot by
outward attempts tit concealment, and the
ladies may take liopo from the fact Unit
thousands of their sisters have made
themselves more radiant and bo utiful by
tin use ot ur. i'iurt o s vunvorito 1'resi rip
tion" than they could ever hope to do by
the aid ol the appliances of the toilet.
In the Statu of Now York over 20,001
women are membo's of the K. of L.
OFFER NO. 173.
FliFUl To Muuouants Only: An
eleganleilver-plaled Water PI teller, frosted
and richly cirvetl : height, Kl inches. Ad
dress at once, H. W. Tansiix it Co., 55
State Street. Chleaw.
A :i 'iue for More 'I'liroul si ml
Co ili.., "Jirown's lironchiul Troches"
have been thoroughly tested, and maintain
a good repututiuu.
Gen. Wesley Merritt tho gal ant cavalry
general, is in regular service.
The cleansing antiseptic and healing
qualities of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Hemedyaro
Gen. John F. Hartriwift. ex-Governor of
Pennsylvania, lives at Philadelphia.
Relief is immediate and a euro sure.
Piso's Hemedy for Catarrh. 50 cents.
Thy Okiimka. for breakfast.
SKIN & SCALP
DOR CLKANSINQ, PU HI FY ING AND
I beautifying Uie nkin uf children and infants
and cnruig torturing, diHliguring, itching, scaly
and pimply diseases of the skin, scalp and
blood, with loss of hair, from Infancy toold ago,
the CUHCUKA ItHMKl)li:s arc infallible.
CUTICUKA, tho great bKI.V COllK, and CUTX
cuha .-OA1', an exquisite Skin Heautlller, pro
pared from it, exiurnally. and Outicuiia ItK
holvknt, tho'new Hlood lurlller, Internally,
invariably succeed when all other remedies
und tho best physicians Ml.
Cutiouha ItKMKDlKK aro absolutely puronnd
the only infallible Bkin beautlllers anil blood
puritleru. free from poisonous ingredient1.
Sold everywhere. Prico,CUTlcuKA,60c.; Soai',
25c.: Hesolvkst, $1. Prepared by the Pottkii
l)HUO AND ClIKMIOAL Co., HOSTO.V. JlAHB.
-rKml for "How to CuroSkin Diseases."
n A rjy'cjskiu und Scilp prccerved and heauti
DflDl 0 lied by C'uhi i ha JIkmcatkh Hoai
Cures all Diseases originating from a
disordered state of tho BLOOD or
LIVES, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
Tumors, Salt Eheum and Mercurial
Pains readily yield to its purifying
properties. It leaves tho Blood pure,
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the
Complexion bright and clear.
J. R. GATES A. CO., Proprietors
417 Sanaome 8t.. Ban Francisco.
For months I aiif.
fered from u very
Ely's Cream Halm
has worked like
magic in its cure
after one week's
for what it hus
J. Harris, uchole
sale racer) ll'
Front St.,N. Y.
A IirUollMuledinU tarli n
utr 1 ml U i."i ille
1-rlcw &) cool at trugKtti I y in
lllluTlir.lW. (.return, li Htr-. t, ew V-ik.
O I tin WM I , Oablor. IioenUb, Pianos; Hur
dot Organs, bund Instruments, largest stock
of Hhict .Maelo and Hooka. ISanrtu supplied ttt
Kjuitorn prices. it. OltAYCO.
200 Pout street. Ban Kruucfctco.
Absolutely Pure. ,
This powiler never varies. A marvel of purity,,
strength ami whi.lcsomones. Jloro economical than '
tlio ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in competi
tion itli tho limltltlitlo ct low tct, short weight, 1
alum, or phosphato powders. SoM only in cana.
lioVAL Baklng rowDEii Co., 100 Wull Stivct, IN. Y. i
C0LLHTS0N & AHPEL.
HI'KClAli AXXOl'XCKHKXT !
LAllUIv A"llIVAL OK
TT7K TAICK PLKASUUIC IK ANNOUNO-
ing the arrivnl of a very large shlpm-nt
of NKW GOODS and NOVElHES fo- all do
partinents. Thu collection includes all the latest
and most fashionable Kuroitean und American
uroduclions, in debign, color and fubiic, em
Silks, Dress Goods, Tweeds.
Gloves, KihhtiUH. UlsUrlng?,
Lares. Collars, Khiimi-ls,
Trimmings, Culls. Portieres,
Uuttons, Kuching-, Curtains,
Corso s, llnu'tkcrohicfs, HlankeU.
Ilobiery, Umbrellas, Linens.
MUSLIN &. MERINO UNDERWEAR,
MOURNING AND BLACK DRESS GOOD?.
Samples pent on application. Goods sent C.
O. l) or on receipt of l'ostolllco Order.
COLLINSON AND AHPEL,
S. W. Cor. 3rd and Morrism, Portland.
V. Job IjoI.
ODDS AND KNDS I
to make room for new
X desiru to close out
stock. Order quick and get a burguln :
No. 5J Moniaua Hallard Kiltes, 1.1100
cnl.. double triiruer. octagon barrel. VI
to 10 lbs . $18 00
!l No. 1) Snorting llalhird, round barrel,
tlMtf cul., 30 inch, 0 lbs . 12 00
it Sharp's mile "Old Itelhible." 1 100 cul..
octagon, double trigger, 11 to IS lbs . . 22 SO
5 Springfield Army Utiles, 45-70 cul . 8 00
Write for further purticulurs.
H. T. HUDSON,
03 First street,
SELBY SMELTING AND LEAD CO.,
BUELL LAMQERSON, Con'l Agont.
7 Nturk Ht IMi'tlasil. Or.
Qnri riiNCN or Itcrtal IMni-hhp, IMIcm,
OUU KiMMiiri'H, I'lHtulUH and Iteetul
tJIcei'H I rented Hiu-ccHNl'nIly, without
use at Unite, witliln past two j eni-H,
VImUh movci-uI interior towiiH. KPnil
lor fli-ciilitrN. .1. It. -llLliigtou,3I. !..
No.tt liekuiii'N hiilldint:. I'ortluiul.Or.
Raved U a dullar earned. Wc toll for a lljf American
dollar any of tho following Items; 0 It. Klc ; 20
lbs. I'earl Ilarley ; 2 tt-n. Hpht t'cas ; 18 ft. Tapluca
or Hago ; 2a tt'i. Mixed or l'laln Illrd Mtiitd ; 1 box No,
1 Macaroni or Vermicelli ; -1 tU, Ilaklng I'owdor ; S
tt8, lather' Del;lit Cotfeo ; 6 tun, Jajaii Tea ; i Urn.
I Hotel Mixed Tea ; 12 mriall or 0 lartfe u Oyaton ;
' 12 cam Tiimatoe, Dried and Canned Krtilts of thU
jeary crop now ready to Ulitrlbutc They aru flue
ijuallty, and price reasonable. Hour I lower;
rfood tlmo to yet a KUpply. Order the let, mid
have good broad. Hand for full Hat to HMITII'K
(MHII HTOIti:, IIS and 117 Uay Street, Kan
ALLEN'S IRON TONIC BITTKR8.
Iorifenior. Moulin W J. P. AlUn.M. lil. lla,
(t r TttHH u Day. Kample wurth SUA, 1'HKK.
iKn IJi'Wiiul iwiltr thu horufel. Vrl(oIlH.
tuSil'j;nrl!tl).lt9LlnlC., Holly, JIlcli.
yJpZSHOTGUN, CARTRIDGES J
: 9 t)WVti7
0no bottle taken according to directions
will givo better results than a gallon of
Sarsapan'la, or any of the so-callod Blood
Purifiers with which the market is glutted.
At Druggists, price $1.00 per bottle.
iv bo paid for any case of Rheumatism
whioh Dr. Pardeo's Remedy, properly ad
ministotvd, fails t relievo.
XKW AXI AVOXIKItFt'Ii
Solf-Playing Musical Instrument,
Plavh Cla&Alcal. Hiicri-il. Daiim mill fill tlirt Tviniilihr mil.
lo.f Miu day correctly. lrloo from $15 toilvS. VIto
Koiiicx s. V.UAM-, nun iTaiiclKCU, lor catalogue.
SURE CURE DISCOVERED FOR
"JSy'Lauderbach'i German Catarrh Remedy. M M
llllll'HINUS IT11KII (inre llic Ui,coitry of thli nu-tliwl of
.irsuM.iik i.'ti- lu.ii iiiiiiK Klin, iiiMH KTBiriui HirMtni
CUUKD II. H. I.tl IIKUIIAUI A 1(1., rlTtr' '- Uflt.
CURIS WiltSE All Hit FAILS.
UBIS Wiltft All It
Host LVinuli 8 run Tun g(Mxt. Ujo
in iniip. miiii v uriiKKisi-t.
Nkw Bkctional Maih ok
OREGON & WASHINGTON,
ltcvlsod to Novcmhcr, 1SS7.
75 'outN l.iu-li. Tiii.'1'tlicr. ml 25.
Mailed auywlirri. Adilrnu,
J K. Cill.L 1 CO , rubliaheii,
Tho Oregon National Bank,
IHiicotwwirii ti MetroHlltan Caflugi Hank.)
CAPITA I, 1'AIK IN, - 8100,000
TratihacU u (leneml llanlcii b Iliuiiu-Aa.
Af!COl'NTS1u-iit suhjpct to cluck.
HKl.I.S KXUllAMOKim Han FrHiiclnoo anil New York.
iMAKKH Ckll.l.KCTInNH on farnralile tmiim
VAN II. DnLAHIIMUTT, (IKll. II .MAHKI.K. Jr.,
I) V HllKR.M AN Ciulitnr
"ZT FLOR de MADRID !
Choi sou, Tureat and Host Dolicious
KEY WEST HAVANA CIGAR IN THE WORLD.
J Fur sale at ull IouiIIiik ilaoea 'tM
L. K. G. SMITH, jKSJV w t
' Wai.ua Walla, W T
P , I Hl'OIUMK Fallh.W T
SOlO AgOnt. UhTuiiiA.Or
Pfi uccefid operation !nce j855, patronlred Irorn
all icctioni of the (Noiihwcst, enilorsed by
btuincks men and leading educator,.
TIIK MOST rEUFKOTLV KQUirPED SCHOOL
of it elm on the Contt, it ofTen private or cLim
Initrncllon, day and evening throughout the year, in
Arithmetic, Writing, Corrcpondence, Ilook-kecpliiK
ll.inkhig,Shorthaiiil,Type-writin, llutlneii und Legal
Forms nnd all Common School Ilrancbes. StUoenli
of all ace, and both nexu aihnllted any time.
Catalogue free. Armstrong -iiul Wesco, Troprietors,
'Xlic HUYKItS' OUIUK U
lumiril Knit, mill 3Iurt'li.
i each yt-nr. O'ir 'M'A png .,
3,BOO llluntrntloiiii 1
ISIIUlf) X'lOllirfl unurryi
IlIVKH AVIiolcnale l'rlcrt
direct to coiinumtr on ull kooiU fill
IKirmuinl or fismUr w. TclU Uow to
order, mill Kivtt rat:t COBt r "ry
UiIiik you ue, ent, ilrlnU, wtar, or
liuv "fuu with. TIimo INVAL.VAIILIC
IIOOKH rontolii Inforiiiotlou ;lcnuril
from tlio iiinrkctH of the ivorlil. We
will mull u copy FltHli to any nd
drcMH upon receipt of 10 ct. to ilrfrny
ex pcune of mailing. Utunheal from
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
f1 ib 1221 VV,iliaj.b Aveaun. ('UJcuilo. III.
Day SELF-HEATING Bath Tub.
Ho hot water l'l; no hratlnc your roorua. Kor de
Z. T. WRIGHT, Foot Morriion it. Portland, Or.
Aim dealer In Threoldni n& Cleneral Machinery, Ma
rloe Work, laundry Machinery, hi fact anythliiK you
vaut. Uiu. Ak-unt fur th hhlpinan Uual Ull Kliglne.
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
WuoluuW and ltetall Uualeni In
Guns and Sporting Goods.
FINE FISHING TACKLE.
Manufacturers' AgenU for
I O. fluilth'B, C!)lt'H, ltfliilngton. Pt, flniin
Ithicu, rurkur'Hiind .Munhttttuii OUUl Ulllloi
Wlnohcaier, Murlln. ilullurd, Colt'u Diflpn
LlKlitlittiu; MukukIiio IllllUu.
Colt'B and Smitli & Wesson ROYOlYCrSt
Bend for Catalogue Ho. S.
105 A 107 Nci'oml St., l'ortlimd, Or.
HIirrsldxAv .HNkannFall.W T MPtalfHt galt-in Or
. I. N. V, No. iiUl-a. K. N. U. No. HI,
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute
HlnlT or I.'luliteou r.MM-i-lciiceil mill HUII1
fill l"liyiilrltiii unit iirgcnn.
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
ratli-nU treated hiwornt tln-lr homio. Jtnny
trtMttMl nt homo, throuuh correspoiideiicv, nl
Biiceessfully its if hero in poreon. Conic iiml
B( us, or w.nd ton cuts In shimpn for our
" Invalids' Guido-Dnoli," ivhleh tflvi'B all purtic
ulurs. Addruss: Woitt.D's Dispknhaiiv .M"Eiu
u-ii. .iHSQL'iATioy, .irtiti su, lliillalo, a.y.
Jor " worn-out," "run-down," debilitated
pchool teaehen-, inlllliipm. Roamtrercos, houpe
kci'pora, and ovorworl.-iil women irniemllv.
l)r, Iem'8 Wrortto rresrrlptlon Is tho lvst
of nUmtronttlvo tonics. Ulsnot u "Cnronll,"
bittadnWniMy fullllNa Rluu;leum of imrpos",
beltifr n mtst jxitent Spcitlo for all thoni
Chroi'io Weitknessi'rt and OlseiiPOS lieoullar to
wotuett. Tho tivatment of many ttiouwind-i
of Biloh eases, at tho Invalids' Hotel nnd Purir
leal lnitltuto Inn alToiilod a laru;o experlcuco
in ndaptltiu; ruincdk-s for their cure, and
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
la tlio result rf thl vast oxporicneo. For
Internal contention, In riiiuiniiitloii
mill ulceration, It Is n Specific. It
is a powerful jrcneinl, in well ns uterine, tonlo
nnd liorvlne, nnd Imparts vljjof and MniiKth
to tlio whole Mystom. It cures weakness of
ritomach, ludlirestion, liloattnir, weak back.
norvoiM prostration, oxhanstlon, debility titnl
BlcxpleMS!io.-vt, In Cithorcov. IMrorlto l'rescrlp
tlon Is sold by dru(rists under our jHwItlrc
yiKirnKrc. Seo wmpia-r tu-oiind bottle.
PRSGE $1.00 nut gts.oo.
Bond 10 cents In stamps for Dr. Menu's lnrpo
Treatise on Diseases of Women (100 pnnea,
pnper-eovenil). Addtvss, Woui.n s Dikpen
Hiitv Muuioai. Association, UUJMaiii btreet,
llulTalo, N. V.
t 1 i ATVt.
ANTI-lHfilOUS nnd OATIIAItTIO.
tion. I ml lffONtlnu,
Iiromptly uuiimI by Ir.
I'lirpatlvo lolli)tn. 'Si
wntu a vial, by Prnirirists.
' Man of KI.OIUDA sntlTII. I
K11.V 1L It, I.A.S'1).-, Four fnllllon ncrcii. 1
Miltnhlo for OrantjcM, l.cinoiiH, Olives, rincapploa,
llinanaa. Strawtwrrlos and early Vi L'tlahlcs. l-'or
saloon limit credit. 91.25 to$3.00iicrrierc.
AoVlrons M. SOLOMON, Ocn. N. W. AK't.
:rj Ho. lurk .St., Clilciian, Ills.
f Tho OLDEST MEDICINE in tho WORLD'
I la Probably Dr. Iiaao Thompson's
Uelebrated eye vvate
ThU artlrln' la a carefully nrt-iuueil tihvulclan'a nra.
Kiiptlun, ami hiu lii-t-n In coiiKtaut umi for nearly a
otntury, anil notw Itlmtauillnu the many ollii-r tirvpara
tlona tliat liavu been lutnxlnctxl Into thu loardet, thu
lulu ot thin article 1 oi nutantly hicrviinlnK If the ill-
r cuont aro roiinwvii n wui ni'vi-r tall. Wo partlcu
Uilv invito the altentlun of nhi slclarm to lt iiit-rltx.
John L. Thompson, Hons & Co., THUV, N. Y.
The Van Monciscar
Vounir, uililille-turM and
old. atnjln or uiamMt men
and all who nutter with
LOHT MANHOOD I
Norvnua Uohlllty, Hponna.
torrhrta. Bouilnal Losee-i
nry, Wivik Kyri, Lack of
Kncricy, also IIIikkI tand
fiSt'Jri Kruiitlorn. Hair ValUng
V "' irlf!tTr'tfa-5jyk'm "u rain, H wuillnn
I '-JWSrl A57VlWll Hlr8 Throat, Ulcura. K
'i'CKftilsciWj-'te froti of Morcury, Kidney
' i mm Hhuijer Troubloi
Weak Hank. Ilnrulnir Urine O.morrlina. Oleut Htrlot
r-prouitit lollof aod cure for Ilfu.
loin mxih c'tniMUii uunat-ntiuiiy
MtJ-p-lOHllHil tM 184 THfltn NT,
"CHICH ESTER'S ENGLISH."
Tlio Orlfflnnl nnd Only Genuine.
Fr mWlwj IU11&M. iitirof wttrtlilr TtnlUtloof.
lDd1lrnubl4 to LADIES Aik yor UruirffUt ft(
C'hlcli'tfr, KnglUljHiJ Uko no uititr, or iucIom v
tamp) to u Pr rtlculan in tttttr ly rt'tuni muU
NAME PAPER CliifhcuttT C'liriTilcnl o.,
Sold by lni(rirl"t rverywhrrw. Aik for 'Clilrhci
tcr' ilutflUu" l'cuujruyul 11IU. Tk nooiLef,
nai Ukm tho It-ad tn
tllUuitS uf i!ut cUi of
remc lie. h t
d hit wna tlie vor if
tho jKiUic knd now r4t)V.
uiioukf tho IcAtlln Mcii
) Ciuc i f the o 1 Join.
A. Lm SMITH.
i iu ti.vu.
TtiU DKLT or Ilcneratorl
infcJ ejrriil fur tbe curt of
dcraDgcoifnU of the tcnrtlT
orrto. The eonttauoui ttrctm
of jELKOTUlClTY rrmtUD
throufb the parts nut reitore
them to hfttthy eotlwn. Do Dot
coafoQud thlewlth KUetrle Uclu
dTerllcS to eure til (Ui from
tc.iltotof, (U for IL ONU
Tor clrouUra gUtnt foil la
formetlon, tdlreMChf r Elet
trie I:H Co., 103 rMblsUq
Btreet. CbicKO, 111.
Will miTO (with caro) ths worst eaten In Ave to fovea
lays. Koch tox contains a practical trcatlo on ipo
cial tllsoaaes, with full lnjtructlon for null-euro, (lot)
I) Price, 83.
J. Q STEELE, Agont,
038 Market Gtreet. 8wn Francisco. Cal.
Acme Electric Belt Agency
171 Fourth St.. bot. Morrison and Yttinlilll,
ADVICE AND MEDICINE 8I.OO.
All piwaaoa tucci-utully tteatett Chronic anil Ner
toil. IronU a wvialty. lilmuinatlmi. Jitsurtlgt.
(lnii i al anil Nmoua IK-hility, Ht-inlnal WcaknoM tuit)
Ixut ManhooiJ uocvufwlly trvate! with tho alii of Ui
UKLKiiiiATKU Aouk KLKi'Tiilu Kcvt ami other ihcttlo
oi-illiici'. Hciual lluwaira taken by tho caiw at inot
riMioiialile rati A emiiiwUiit I'I;ylcUii anil law.
trk'Un In attciuUncu dally, limn try tatlcnta MllllUaM
tutu tyujiluiua aj accurum as pouium.
MUtllcU. jciuu luicuy caui.
Duscrlptlon and U JB wtei
Mat. of KI.OIUDA KOtlTII- Sri
VMA ClDAlnnAfl KMJ7TT