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TRICKS ON THE STAGE.
A Thrilling Life nni. Death Struggle.
Bomo time ngo there was on exhili
tion, in New York, wlmt was called
tho ,; wonderful electrical man I "
That "wonder" now pays that he wat-
always secretly connected with a battery
so arranged as to defeat dUcovery !
Many "freaks of nature" are onl)
freaks of clever deceptive skill.
Bishop, the mind-reader, socalletl
was shown to be only a shrewd student
of human nature, whose reading ol
thought was not phenomenal.
Even so intelligent a man as Robert
Dale Owen was lor many years full
persuaded that certain alleged spiritual
mauifefctations wero genuine, but, in
the Katie King case, he eventually
found that he had been remoraelessh
When to natural credulity is added n
somewhat easily-fired imagination!?,
spectres becomes facts, and clever trick
"That man," remarked a prominent
physician the other day to our reporter,
" thinks he is auk. He is a 'hypo.'
He comes here regularly three times n
week for treatment. There is absoitfet
nothing tlie matter with him, but of course
" every time he conies I lix him up
" And ho pays for it ? "
" Yes, $3.00 a visit. But what I give
him has no remedial power whatever.
I have to cater to his imaginary ills.
He is one of my best friends, and I dare
not disappoint his fears."
An even more striking case of pro
fessional delusion is relate! by W. II.
Winton, business manager of the King
ston (N. Y.) Freeman:
"In 1S83, Mr. It. 11., of New York,
( a relative of a l ite vice-president of
the United States) was seriously ill of
a very fatal disorder. The best physi
cians attended him, but titjtil the last
one was tried, he constantly grew
worse. This doctor gave him some
medicine in a two-ounce bottle. Im
proving, he got another bottle, paying
$2 for each. He was getting relief after
using several of tln.se mysterious small
One day he laid one on his desk in
his New York oflice. In the same of
lieu a friend was using a remedy put
up in a large bottle. By pure acci
dent it was found out tnat these two
bottles contained exactly the same
medicine, the two-ounce vial costing
the doctor's patient $2, while his Irientl
paid but $1.25 for a bottle holding over
sixteen ounces of Warner's safe cure.
The doctor's services were stopned at
once, the man continued treating him
self with what his do tor secretly pre
scribed Warner's siife cure, whivh
finally rectored him to health from an
t tack of what his doctors called bnght's
If the leading physicians in the land,
through fear of tho code, will secretly
prescribe Warner's safe cure in all cases
of kidney, liver and general disorder,
do they not thereby confess their own
inability to cure it, and, by the strong
est sort of endorsement, commend that
preparation to the public ?
We hear it warmly spoken nf in
every direction, and we have no doubt
whatever, that it is, all things consid
ered, the very bet article of the kind
QUALITIES OF CORK.
The Methods Ktnployoil In tho Muuufitct
uru of Corks tor llottlus.
The density of cork varies with its
quality and aire. Thin corks aro
usually heavier than thoso of tho sanio
voluino that havo grown more rapidly,
and, in corks of llio same class, tho
density iucronsos with tho age. M.
Brisson gives 0.210 as an average max
imum, and the ordinary density of a
tcn-yenr-old cork may bo taken at 0.2.
With extreme lightness aro associated
other valuablo qualities; that of being1
a poor conductor of heat and sound;
impormoability to liquids; imperfect
combustibility, and non-liability to de
cay, by reason of which it is susceptible-
of very numerous applications in
industry. Tho most important use of
tho substance is for bottle-corks. Tho
bark which is intended to bo used in
this form is kept in a damp cellar.
When taken to the shop, it is cut by
tho first workman into strips, tho
width of which corresponds with tho
length of tho future cork. A second
workman cuts these strips into
squares suited in size to its
dianioter. Tho squares, strung, aro
plunged into boiling water to mako
them swoll out. They aro then stored
in a cool place, and kept constantly
moist by sprinkling, till they pass into
tho hands of tho cork-maker. Ho ap
plios them in succession, giving them
a rotary motion, to tho edgo of a
widc-bladcd knife, drawing thorn at
tho samo tiiuo slowly along its length,
and by skillful manipulation trans
forms tho square into a round cork.
This is tho mothod usually practiced
in Franco. Workmen in other coun
tries handle- tho knlfo in different man
ners. It is essential, to. obtain a good
and solid cork, to tako euro that its
axis, as it is cut from tho bark, bo
parallel with tho axis of tho troo on
which tho bark grow;, but the broad,
flat corks havo to bo cut porpondieu
lar to tho axis of tho tree. Only tho
finest corks aro now mado by hand.
A good workman can turn out, in tho
method described, about ono thousand
corks a day. Popular Science Month-
xno maKingot glass is said to have
been taught the Egyptians by Hermes.
P.'iny credits its discovery to Syria. It
was in use among the Honians in tho
timo of Tiberius, and excavations at
Pompeii show that windows wero
formed of it prior to A. D. 70. It is
said to have been introduced Into Eng
land by Benedict Blscop, Abbot of
WoTiuoulh. iu A D. C7C. .
rie Kxpcrlence nml Mctltnd of a Success
My experience in butter-making is
hat of twenty-live years, and when I
nforin tho reader that my butter for
hat length of tinre has always com
nanded at least two cents a pound
more than that usually sent to the
narkets, it may not appear egotistical
hi me to speak of my success. I have
Tied keeping milk in cellars add
pring-houses; the former I did not like
lecause of the liability of milk and
Hitter to take on the odors of theii
mrroiindings, and it is next to impos
sible to prevent an accumulation of
various unsavory articles in a cellar
not entirely devoted to dairy purposes.
A spring-house I found almost equally
objectionable, owing to the irregularity
of temperature, which causes the place
to become almost useless iu the middle
of the warm days, thus rendering the
cream difficult to churn and the butter
often without flavor. For all purposes
of milk setting I have a room excavated
about four feet below the surface of the
ground; it is nine by twelve" feet, and
the walls are built of square timbers
nine inches through and six feet above
the ground; the roof is of planks, two
thicknesses. On two sides of the bot
tom 1 have a ditch ten inches wide and
a covered drain to carry oil' the water
with which the floors and drain are
covered every morning. 1 always let
the milk stand about twenty minutes
before straining, and then put it into
common one-irallou llarinir stone
crocks. What is milked ono day is all
skimmed the evening of the next, and
tho cream thrown together, a teaspoon
ful of s;ilt being added to each gallon
of cream. Next niorninir it is churned,
before sunrise if possible. I use no
thermometer, as I can tell by tho ap
pearance and taste of the cream if it is
too cold or too warm. If too cold. 1
add warm (not hot) water and let
stand a half hour; if too warm, be very
sure and add enouirh cold water before
churning is commenced. If 1 hate
trouble in getting the butter to come oi
to gather it after it has come, I throw
into the churn an ounce or so ot salted
butter and the trouble is quickly reme
died. I wash the butter with only one
water, handle carefully with a wooden
ladle, give one ounce of salt to one ami
a-half pound of butter, make into one
pound squares or pyramids, have some
white cloths dipped in strong salt and
water (with a very little sugar added),
and dried; wrap each pound separately
and lay them in a keg or jar, and set in
a cool place until wanted for market.
I havo never had occasion to ue any
of the various butter colors. 1 believe
butter carefully handled, will keep bet
ter and be more delicious to the taste
without the addition of articles that I
have known to be deleterious. If my
butter is not colored enough when it
comes from the churn, 1 set it away for
twelve or twenty-lour hours, then han
dle it as if just churned,. and it is all
rhjlit iu color. Living iu a grass re
gion, we seldom feed our cows during
slimmer and early fall; when the grass
begins to fail we feed them a little corn
in tho ear, with occasionally a feed of
sheaf oats, and give salt once a week; in
summer we give salt once every two
.lays. Our cows are natives, mostly.
I lind the grades give larger quantities
of milk, but it does not average any
more butter to the cow than the natives.
If I make one and a-half pound a day
from each cow, it is doing pretty well
I think, and that is what I average the
tear round. Some of my cows come
in in .January, but most of theur in
May and .June. J dry them oil' about a
month before coming iu, o there is
not much time lost. I have had no
experience with creameries, but judg
ing from the butter that is here called
"creamery," I am not favorably im
pressed with them. It has (to me) an
insipid taste, as though too much milk
was somehow retained in it; and real
ly, for a moderate-sized dairy. I think
a creamery entirely superfluous. I
write (I think) from tho stand-point of
a majority of American housewives.
Many of us aro limited in means and
limited iu help, and wo all know that
butter which is faultless is rarely to be
found; but when tried and found per
fect it is a source of no mean income,
and I advise all farmers' wives to try
and make a perfect article. Leave
creameries ami butter colors alone. If
you manage your milk properly, your
butter will be better than if made iu a
creamery, and if the color i sometimes
not so golden as von might wish, if the
quality is all right it will never fail to
amply remunerate you for all your
work. Aunt Phoebe, in lturul Sew
Landlord "How many in your
family?" House Hunter "My wife,
daughter and myself." Landlord
"How old is your daughter? I am not
asking for idle curiosity." House
Hunter "She is seventeen." Land
lord "Seventeen, eh? Well, you can
havo the house and I will keep it in re
pair. Hut mind this: You look out for
the gate hinges yourself." Omaha
"Never fear, my dear," remarked
the wife of an impecunious husband;
"nover fear, I still love you." "I know
Miat." ho replied; "but that doesn't
help matters much." "I'll trust you
ilway1," she exclaimed. "Yes, m
loar," ho exclaimed with a sigh which
ramo from his heart, "that is very line,
lut unfortunately you aro not the
Detective "Confess ami you will
save your life." Prisoner Hut my
jonfejision woulil lmn all-three of us."
Detcctlvo "Well, what of that? You
ivlll always have the coiisuiousnesa'of
.ironing that you told tho truth." '
1'ruieo rcrtlinaiul, whom the mis-
guided Bulgarians chose for their lead J
er, wears a bracelet on either artu and I
parts his hair iu the middle. j
Jenny Lind Goldschmidt lives in !
an attractive suburb of London, and,
though she is sixty-six years old. she
feels young and is intensely interested I
in every musical event.
Duko Charles Theodore, of Ha
vana, the physician brother of the Em- '
press of Austria, during a recent stay ,
at Moran, made no less than two hun
dred and twenty successful operations
at tho eye ir.lirinarv ol that town.
THE WESTERN SETTLER'S CHOSEN
With every advance of emigration Into tho
far West, a new demand Is created for Hostel
tcr's Stomach Hitters. Nottly peopled reruns
uro frequently less salubttuus thnn older set-
tied localities, on account ot tho inlusma tt Inch 1
rises from recently cleared land, particularly ;
uIouk tho banks of rivers that aro subject to
fresh., ts. Tho agricultural or mining emigrant
soon learns, tthen ho does not already know, I
that tho Hitters allurd tho only sure urotcctlun
against ninlaitti, mul thoo disorders of tho
stomach, liver and bowels, tn which climate
ehunges, exiosure, and unaccustomed or un- I
healthy water or diet subject him. Consi-
queiitly, ho places an estimate upon this great
household 8pcclt!c and preventive comtnensu- I
rate with its intrinsic met its and is careful to
keen on hand n restorative and promoter of
health so implicitly Tbo rehed uVou la Umo of
Tho discovery llint thousands of school
chl dren in Vienna are Hturviup; has caused
THE SPECIAL OFFER
Of Tuk Youth's Companion, which we
have publis' ed, includes iho adiulrnb'e
Double Holiday Numbers forTliank-givinn
and Christinas, wiili colored coters ami
full-page pictures, twenty pages each.
These, with the otherweekivissties to Jan
uary I, 18-o, will he fent freo to all new
subscrib' rs who bend 1.7 font venr's sub
script on to January ISM'. Tun Com
v MON has been greatly en arged, is linely
il Ubtraled. nnd no other wee-ly litTary
paper gives so much for so Iowa "price.
The prettiest girl iu Chicago weighs TOO
pound-and has a hair lip. She is woitli
no'r VliTT YKDVJ
. . , .i .
,11) V .'Vv ? to neglect that ra-
Uurhf 1 on t you Inow that it may lead
to consumption, to insanity, to deutht
D n't vou know that it can beeasily r-uroo i
font you Know mat while llio thou-and
and one i nostrums you have tried have tit-
terly failed that Dr. Sag" 8 Catarrh Item-
edy is a certain curef It ha stood 'lie list
of .tears, and tliero are hundied f thou
sands of grateful men and women in all
parts of the conntr who tan testify to its
elllcacy. All dru g'sts.
Ind'ann has sued Kentucky for posses
sion of Green River Island.
OUR LITTLE WORRIES AND ILLS
It is the litt'o things of life, tho worries
of to-day and to-morrow, that make the
crow's-feet around our eyeH. So the little
pains of an hour or a minute break dott n
tho constitution. Look after the 111 tie ills.
BitANUitUTii's I'ili s euro dyspepsia, or In
digestion, headache, pain iu tlio hlioulders,
coiiKle tightness of the f host. dizlneH,
sour stom- ch had taslo in the mouth, bil
ious attacks, palpitation of the heart, in
Humiliation of the Iuiiks. fain in the re
glon of the kidneys, and a hun Ted o her
painful symptoms nro ilieollsprlngof dy-'
pepsia. One or two pills every night is
IF SUFFERERS FROM ICONtUMPl ION,
Scrofula. Uronchills. and Gemjrul Debility, ttill
try M-ottN Ilniulnioii of Cod Liver Oil with
llypophosphites. ilu-y tt 111 lind immcdiuto re
lief and purinimito benellt. The J'l-dliul I'io
lesslon unltersally declare It a icnuiiy of the
greatest vuluu and very palatable. Itead: "I
havo u-ed Scott's Kiimlslon In boveral cases of
Scrofula and Dehllltv in children. Uesults
niostgiutifjing. My lllllu pallenU take it ttith i
Pleasuie." W. A. liUiHKitr, JI. I).. S-ullsbury, '
Sundnyscho Is were founded In Fngland '
about the year 1780, by a printer ot Glou- 1
cester named John liuduH
THEY WILL NOT DO IT.
Th"ewlio once take Dr. rierce'a "Pleas
ant I'urgatite PelletH" will never consent
to use a' y olliercallinrtic. They are pleas
nut tn takft antl ini'd in their opera Ion.
Smaller than nrilinarv pills ami inclosed in
gluts vials; virtues unimpaired. Uydiun
Kists. No th Cnrollna
eretl by forests.
CONSUMPTION BURELY CURED.
To the Kdltor:
1'leabo inform your readers that I huve a pos
itive remedy forthe above nniiied ditease. Uy
its timely uso thousands of hopple s casus have
bi en perniHiiently cun d. I tliull ho Kind to
tend two bottles of my remedy ntKi: to uny of
your reuders tt ho have coiiKiimptlon if they tt ill
send mo their Kxpress Mid I'. O. uddross.
T. A. SI.OCUM. M. C. 181 IVarl St., Now YorK
Cainclllne Improves and prmems Iho coiiipleiloii.
How to Cure
Skin & Scalp
mOUTUUINO, IJISKIOUUINO. ITCIIINO,
1 scaly uud pimply dlseasesof t lie skin.scalp,
and blood with loss of hair, fiom Infancy to
old axe, aro cured by the (Jutiouha Ukmkoikb.
Cuticcha UKhoi.vKNT.thonow blood purlilur,
cleanses the blood and perspiration of disease
sustaining elements, and thua rvuiovcs the
..T -,z:.iz:. --..i .i i i.i' '
Cuticuiia, uio (treat HKin uure, inBtantiy
Snd'Jr'JS aTcruHtl 3 udw.
f.S ti,f llaff '
8 COT.cmtAHoA...anexaulslteSkln Ucautlfler.
jBlndbpcnsahloln trratU skin. leases, baby
humnrs. bkln blemlsl ea. cliutiued and oily skin
Cuticuiia Hkmkuiks art tho ureal akin
Bold overywhere. Price, Cuticuiia, fiOc.
Soap, 25c.j IlKSOLVKf-T 91. Prepared by tho
Ctf"Send for "How to (Uiro Hkln IllHi-ases."
mniTKl) with tho lovellost delicacy is the skin
I ll bathed with U'UTlcuitA aikuicatkd uai
Vou will nave
AND WILL CUK.
CREAM BALM, AY-FEVER .
A I'trtid. I appllrd luto oacb nortril andlaajirtablB.
I'rlcaCOcfi t UilkUU; 17 mall, rreiatctnl, 0)
KLY lilloTUKltU, Uiarwm.kliBt.hew York.
OIVINO Til KM AWAY.
Tho grandest oiler .vet In out adrertIUiR columns
vtllbotuund a tery liberal offer of llcwrs. J. 1L
Bright & Co., tho Ileal KUto Apcnta f S4 Keamy
street, San Krancico. Thev Deed Kreo and uncondi
tionally; ono tot 25x95 In tlio beautiful town-elto of
Lako View, Tularo Countv, to every pcrooii thai
calls or sends tholr iiamo by letter to their office,
they scud along with tho Deed a Man of tho
town-slta with number of lot marked thereon.
Doubtless they cxn.ct each person wilt return and
buy mora lots, but thcie U nothing obligatory In
this respect. Of course, tho purchaser pat a for tl. a I
deed, but tho land Is a freo and unincumbered cllt !
Uttcn unconditionally; this oner is being take
aJantagootby hundreds in tho Immediate vicinity
of tho town-slto.as they hate great faith In Uio
Cairo of tho Golden West, and otH-t era i
1'ing to reaiizo handsomely on tho Ititrstineut. '
Tho-w desiring lots should not delay but tako
uu, uuuwu oi uus ousr at onco.
Wnkelo 's Squlrr I and (Jopher Kxtcrtut
! nator Try t . nnd pro -e tho best it the
I cheapest. Wakelee & Co., Sn Francis, o.
are simple and convenient for Bron hlal
A licet ions and Coughs.
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. I'Iso'h
Remedy for Catarrh. By tlrujfHists. f.Oc
If altltctfd ttlth Sore Kyes, uso Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Kye Water. Druggists sell it. 2Sc.
A innn who tried to h'acknnil "Hrs,
Mnckny has been sent to pri. on for two
All snlTerers with such chronic ailments
as ilver disea-e, ilyspeps'a. blood dKcasett.
couh, consu-nnlion (scrofula nf the luns ,
I ami kindred di ea-.es Hliould know tha
"r. l'ierci-8 unlecn -Iueal Discovery
'.s their best friend hi such deep nlllictlon.
It comes to soothe, alleviate and cure.
Don't forgot that you can always
purchase type, pris-esaiut material rum
I'ahner & Key, Portland, lower than from 1
any oilier home.
Secretary Hatard and Miss Siphlo Mar
kie wilt be married early iu the winier.
ThvOkhmk f'r hnaktnt
-A. Tob Lot.
rpHK KOLI.OWINU 01)1)8 AND KNDS 1
.4. desire to e oso out to make room fur now
siock. Urder quick and get a barKttlu:
,:,Xo. SJ Monm 1Jaiml Ulnu8 15 m
cnl.. rtoublo trigger, octagon barrel, 12
lolulbs . $1S 00
, :t 40. 11 Sporting IlallHrd. round burril.
40-C3 cat., :w inch, 1) lbs 12 00
i ahsrp's Hide "Old lteliahU-," IVloOcal.,
octagon, double trigger, II to 18 lbs . i
Spilnglltld Army Utiles, 15-70 cal
Wilto for further particulars.
H. T. HUDSON,
03 First btrtHit. I'rrtland, Oiegon
One Atfent (Meirlmiit onlv v.npl In mvitv town fi
I'FFJ-.R Nu. 170.
FltR! To MuiiciiANTs Only: Ono
W illinms' ' Perfecliou" H eotro idaguctie
Hattery. Address at once, H. t . J an
sii.i. & Co. ( lil"njo.
Tho Orogon National Bank,
i OF I'OJtTI.AXO.
IHucoommrs to MetroiKilltan fc'atlugl Ilauk.)
I CAPITAL PAID IN, - $100,000.
innritlvro-L ...,, , . i i,
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Plays CU&sicul, Kacr-d, Dance ami all ponnlar miislo
correctly. Priro fli to i75. W Itu KWUIXU .V
t'lJ.lSi:, San I'riiurlsco, for catalojuo
Hie UUYKItS' fiUIDU la
Usurd Hept. nml SInrili,
encli j rnr, Mj- 3M P"K-",
Sxliyi lnclic, Willi ovrr
wlioie i-icium t.uucrj,
UIVKS "Wholeanle I'rlin
direct tn ranumrr on nil (jooiU foi
pergonal or fumlly ite. Trlls liow to
order, nnd given exnet coat of eTrry
tlilni; you t, rat, drink, tvrnr, ot
have fun with. Tlirne INVAI.'JAIIMS
1IOOICS coiitnlii Infornintloii uli-Mieil
from the markets of the world, AVe
will mull n copy VIIH1S to nny nil
drc upon receipt of lOcU. to defruy
expenae of mullliiK. lirt ut "ett,: 'rou
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t of KI.01UDA HOUTII.
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. "XaL MOU "gcTuNW At.
, AUoroasM. SOLOMON. -
tm u. ii. i..t.-iji. r our minion acres.
Tbli UKLT or rtecrucr.tor I.
tDVlt iprrul fur tb our of
draDmcnu of too f eoflratlr
orgiDf. Thi Cbutlnuouf ilrtim
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tbroutilbo part nml rtiiuit
taera la bcallbf aelloo. OodoI ,
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.ri,.,ud In ..la .11 III. rM
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rrr inm brinri Ittlrra Irom crtUAil trua
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I CURE FITS !
When 1 aar cur. I do ut mean uiorvly to t"P tucru
forat.iuandlli'nlia Ilium rrturn attain. Iinaana
,H,.'l r,.rm I lnH tnailll tliM (llkumM, til f'lTS. I'Pll.'
i:iMY or I'Al.I.INd HICKNKhfl a Ufa long ttudf 1
warrant my rfioMly to euro ttw wurat cawa, llacauxi
utUfraliaTB failixl la no rvaaun fur uut uow rooitliit
, cuns. h.nrlatonc. lur a trMtlaaaua a I'm. Iiulll.
if mr lulal iiiiu rxniMir, mv. i.iunu ana i-oi imom,
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Lauderbach'i German Catarrh Remedj
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity,
strength and w holosomcncss. Jtoro economical tliac
tho ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In compctl
tion with tho multitudo of low tot, short weight,
alum, or phosnhato powder So'd only in cans.
lloviuBAiiLNorowDKii Co., 100 Wull Struct, X. Y.
Oau Too Ourod.
Is INFALLIBLE I
Ask Your Druggist For It I
KclicTcU tit Flto Mlnutva.
CurtiUuaranteollf Taken lu Tltua i
Cured Iu Threo to 81x Jlunlliv
Klu, HeiiiliirlH-, hole
Invaluable Romcdy f
fateiited April, ISSi
frlco of Tt-nttmcnt, $t00 (Smoke II 11. $2.00
Dtibolhitur, for Internal L'se, $1.00.)
GARBOLfiC SMOKE BALL GO.
G52 Market SI, San Francisco, Cal.
&Bowaro of Hurtful Imitations,
tiicccstfid operation since i86fi, patronlted Iroin
all keciiont ol Ilia roriliest, endorsed by
business men and leading educators.
TIIK 3I0ST rKKKKCTLY EQUIrTr.D SCHOOL
of its cI.im on the Coast, it offers private or class
instruction, day and evu.ing throughout the year, iu
vl:.:... . . i " tt i. i' r....
Jim uncut, , (null;, ui I iiiugiii,c, tuK kcc-iikik
I!nkinB,Shor;h.l.Vyp Ulng ll,,', . -nd Lcl
'" "ul a" Common bcliool I ranches StUoentt
' alt aKe. a,lJ uolh dmiltrl . any time.
Catalogue tree. ArmttioiijC .nu n.esco, l'roprlelora
Wo aro BMthorlred to rrlro each ntmltrunt frits nml
uncumlltimmlly, uno lot ItfxW in tho U-uutliul town.
H tonflwiko View, Tularo Cmnty, nppllcant U nay for
tlio ikud and nouiry'a fii-s thu sum of two dollars; map
nt luwn sltn showing tlitilocatlon of lots edit with
riich deod, purcliartT to bato tho liri vil icu of bujlnt
thaadjoliiliii: lot for $10. or comer lots fur $75; Dewln
suit mi rcct'lpt of Postal Ordrr, or wo will si nd tln-m
by Kipnuis V. O. D. Tltlo lwrfvct to every ;ot anld. Wu
havo .tloptud this inc-tlio.I of oxcltlnB un latortst iu
thociiinlnu hlciiKOof tho DiiiiU-n 1.
J 11, itniour & Co., 31 Kearny t , fan l-'ianc'sco.
QTFIMWflY khan it'll a iiAtut
3 I UIIMVYM I , Oablor. Uoenlsh I'lanos; llur
del UrKans, bund liibtrtmieata. UirKOst stuck
nf jjhuet Muulo and Hooks, Hands iiiippllnd H
1 KftHtorn prions. At. UltAY CO
The Original nml Only Genuine.
Br iai slwsys llrllilil. Pr-wiruof wnrtlilrlir.lutlon.
loJI.m-nnMo la LADIES, Auk jour l)ruirirlt M
t'hlchntrr' I.riBlli'ie'""' noinliw.or fuclonoly
riunipnito ui lur I'ltrocuiira in i.iier reiui-ii iiiiu.
JAME PAPrin. t;iileficer nrmipni t o.,
Bold by IrucBl"t rvrrrwbery. i
lex's lliitflUu" i'cunyroyul I'UIi
A .k fhr Clilrhrs.
ULLkN'S IKON TOUIC BITTEPfS
'Hie icrvst Ttmii illnorl Piiritivr. Api-lliiT nml l.lvoi
jDvlrursi'ir, Orniiiur tnmiH iv j
I' Allm SI Paul M-nn
l'iso's lU-uiily for Catarrh Is tlio
Host, linwiosv to Use, tutu L noa)osu
Sold liv (IniuuiRta or sont by mall.
Wo. K. T. Hnzi'ltlne, Warron, Pa.
' tnVrn tlie l'tl n
te.nr lie-, i"l h. tr'-o
Ch-i. woa til 8 vnr tit
tit- utt iirt liow rnki
iihi - tlio leading Mcdi
uuoai I iho oildnm.
A. U bMlTll.
The Van Monciscar
Younr, mlddJ-agd mi
old. alDglo or tnarrld xntt
and all who autter with
LOHT MANHOOD I
n.rtoiu nvbiutr, Hjwnna
orjr, Weak Kjoa, Lak ot
KueraT. aUa lllood an
Hkln DUaaM, Hn.hr.lli
Kruptloua, Hair Vallln,
Hon. Pains, H w.lllajp
Bor. Throat, Uloora, El
feet, nf Meroutf, Kldner
and HUdder Trouklel
Wrak Daok, Ilurnlof Ufioa. UononbM, Oleet butol
lire prompt lUef aud cur. for I la.
Hoth Hnzru CouMHlt C'enHdeHtlnlly
OKKIOtt-lBa a. 184 TUIUD BY.
W BALL 1
ptayx to 6 niw.'H
A'O0utrft0t..4 doi tut J
eauic 3lrlcluf . u
Will secure tho best goods at tho lowest market
valuo. Wo effjratpre-tent:
Kino Holier Hju-; suit any one. .. 1 OJ
Kancy Ilrtnds Holler Flour 1 2i)t3 4 3)
Ilrcakfastltus'i, 12 kinds, all dl.Terent 2 o;
White or Yellow Corn Meal, for tablo uso; Oi)
pounds for i ,
Huckuheat Flour, rc.jared for use; to pounds
'" 2 2".
FoUtocs, tiost kinds; keep all winter ..51 00 to 1 1(
Fotatos, good tablo tarUtles; pr. ICO
pounds root,, 31
Mutter, finest graJci for tthlo u o; per roll 05
flutter, fair quality for tabic uj; per roll.fiOc to 6J
We havo many good buys In choice Dried Fruit,
Canned Coixl, Hams, Uchi, Lard, Crockery, liar -'
ware, Dry Ojod, W.dl Fajior, Woodomvaro, Drui,"
and Medicines, lit urt thin; at I.owct 1'omIIiIo
I'rlcws. Wo aim t uio cicrjlxxly the name at
though they tveio I Kkiii? on. Send for fitlllutas
a guide, w hi thcr .t on i.atronUo us or not.
MlflTlI'M f'.ttlll utii - i
i 1 17 l iny Ntret-t, Nan Ki uiicImoo, 4'nl.
(D C ,T S8 " 1l,y- srnplcs worth S1.S0. KUEP.
Tn Lines not under tho li(imef.-,.f Wrli ti.iu-
"kter's Sal ktt ltr.is Hoi. urn Co., Holly, HI Ich.
Tho Best aro tho Cheapest.
Tho market is nt tho priwent timo
flooded with poor coal oil baniora
GRAFF'S DIAMOND BURNER
lino f., (1 . II ...t
rr in i,t.u.i "u,r "P.""1"'1" ris
IllK lll-.Sl'in llti,n,tM...iu .
nnd snfety. Tho Humor con be
littod to any lamp.
A. H. MltAFP .t CO.
7 Hocond Street, Bsn Frnncisco, Ca
M Tost St., S. P., CaL
Shoithaud, Ty)o-wrItlu(t. IVnnianshlii, Ilook-kocpins
unil Teleeiaphy nil for Z7
OP l'HACTICAt., CIVIL.
SIechnnic.il and Mltilni; Kn
clnecrliiK, Hum-) Ink Archi
tecture, DraHlng andAiuax
723 Mnrkct St., San Francisco, CaL
I XiTSeud for circular.
A. VANDEIt NAILLIlff, President.
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
Wholesale and lUtall Dealers In
Cuns and Sporting Goods.
FINE FISHING TACKLE.
Manufacturers' Agents for
I.. C. Hinith'B. Colt's, UotniiiRton, nu.t Prnin
lthlcn. larker'Hiiid Jlanhattun UllUl Ullllui
Winchester. Marlln. Uallanl, Colt's Diflno
UKlitnliiK MaKaziiio Ullluui
Colt's and Smith & Wesson RCYOlYGrS.
Kctul for Cutalouuo No, S.
105 A 17 N ml Ht.. 1'ortluiul, Or.
lMHrldAT .HpokannKalU.WT !MHUtRtRalein.0r
CUItlCS AH-I. HUMOUS,
from n common CJIolch, or I.riiiitlon,
to tho worst Scrolula. Suit-i-Iiettm,
rovcr-doros," fcenly or IIoiikU
Mcliia In short, nil tllsenws cntiwd by bail
blood nro comniervd by this powerful, pnrl
fvlmr. and InvlKoratliur ini'dlcliio. H.rent
Ilatliilf IIlecrH niplilly heal under its bc
nlttn inlliieiiee. HHpeeliilly bus it mitnlfi'stcil
its potnev In enrlnu' Teller, Koo IEnsli,
ICoIIh, Ciu-buncloH, Soro MyeH, crof
lilotiH Sort's uud SivcllliiKN, Hip
joint IIIhoohc, Will to SWtllllllR
(i oil re, or Thick Neek, and Ilitlnrued
l.luiidN. St ud tin cents In (.tamps for n
IlirifO IIVIIIIIO', Willi i-inun-n imui-n, fiiiia
Dlsensi'S. or the wiine aiiiimnl lor a tieatiso
I on tJfroliiloiis AlTtH'tlons.
' ii ....... in nmi nl TJIP' ru r !
Tlioriuiiflilt'clciiiiBO It by tidier r. I'lr i-co'n
lioldou niodleal Ilsroviry,nnd kooiI
dlireHlloii, u 1'ulr Hkln, buoyant riplr
Ita, mid vital hli oiiKlh, will beclabllbhcd.
which Is Sei-ofultt of tlir S.tltiKH, Is nr-
rcsti'il and cinvd b.t ibis i-' ineily, If taken lio
foru the lust ktauis r.f flit- ili-uiM- me iiiichcl.
Prom Its marvelous power nter tills ttnlbly
fiitnl dlseiise, when Iht i.fl' rlinr this now
cclebrnted remedy to Um public. Ilr. Pnaicu
thoiiKlir seriniislv i.r I'lilluuv It his 4,,on
Ntiiiitloii Cure." bid iibnlidrmcd that
iiamu as too limited for n inidlclue tvMeh,
fiuiii lis wondcrliil ((iiiibliuilion of tonle, or
sttvntrtlicnluir, nlterntlte, or lilot.d-cleiiiihlm?,
nntl-bllliMis, pcctnnil, and iinlritlve proper
ties, Is imc'iuiilcd, nut i 1 'is a rcintilv for
cniisumptlou, but for all throttle Jilt.
oiinuw of thu
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
Tf yc a feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have
Hallow color of bl.in, or ji Ilowlidt-browii (.iiottj
on btu or liodj, lrcjiu lit headache or dizzi
ness, nml liif-io in moulli, InUriiiil heat or
chills, iilK-i imt Inir with hut lliishcs, low -plrlia
and uloouiy luri-bodiiiKS, Un Kiilui' ni pitlte,
nml coated toiupie. you inv suiri-ilnir from
Iiitllpeiit Ion. I rxpi-prsln, nnd 'J'oi-plrl
I.lver, or ICIllom.tii'." In ninny
cases only part of thisc trymptnniB tat) txpu
riuueed. As a remedy for all such mmh,
Ilr. I'lereo'H Co I den Sfcillcnl 1I
cowry Is unsiirimsaeil.
I'm' Weak IaiiiKf, Splltlni: ol
Blood, tSIiorlncMH of llri nth, ZJron
eliltlN, Aiilliiiin, Severe "oiikIir, unci
kindred alfoctlons, It Is an elllcli nt lemidy.
Soi.ti nv UnuaaisTH, nt $1.00, or
ItUTTI,i:M for $5.00.
Bend ten wilts In fcttitiins for I)r. Picrco'S
boolv on Consumption. Addnw,
Worltl'H IJInpeimtiry fllodlenl Ao-
clution, UXi Main bticct, HuKfAi-o, N. Y.
Is offereil by tho proprietors
lor a cuso of catarrh which
they cannot cure. If you
luti'n t, .llcrtinirr,. fr.-,m ttlft
nose, offcnslvo or otiierwiie, partial jobs o
mnell, ta6te, or hoarlnir, -trade eyes, dull i jialq
or oreasuro In heitil, you Ktyo Catarrh. Tlaou
Hiniia of cases terminate lit consumption.
Dr.BaKo'riOATAiinii IttaiKUV cureaflioworst
cases or Outuri-li, "Cold III tho II end,"
and Cutorrlial Xleudneho, to cents.
Acme Electric Belt Agency
171 Fourth St.. bet. Morrison and Yamhill.
ADVICE AND MEDICINE 8I.OO.
All DUeaat .ncoeMfully trtated. Oliroul. and Nor
vou Truubli-a a ajieclalty, ItlieuiuatUin. NiiurmlgU,
(leuvral aud Ntrroua )cli lit, tltmlual WeaknuM and
Iot Manhood uccnaafulljr Ueateal with tho aid of the
Cklkuhatkii Acmk Klkitiiiu IlkLT and other elcctrlo
ai'pllauaM. Hvxual HUeaar. taken by th. can. at uiot
reaaonatlo ratea. A comintent Pliyilclau and Klin.
triclan la attendatico dally, Uountry jiatleutiwUlplwu.
tat. trmpUimt a. accurate a poMible. CoriKLOixl.
aollcltod. Ti-rum atilctlr caali.
raNex or Iter tul DlHeuHe, PlIeM,
DlrerM treated MUcreHMtrullv. wltkaut
r innurrn, a- iMiuiaM aim JKrriiti
mho or kill re, wllhlu puMt two urn.
VIhUh Heverul Ulterior tttwMti. Hm
ror rlrrularn. J, II. riiklHtcteH.M. M
No.se JleUutH'N bulldluic. I'ertlaHd.Or.
A P. nTX No. aW-8. V, N. U, No, m