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COURTS IN FRANCE.
Ion trench J ml en Frequently IIconMSl
and Anjfcr Prisoner.
A juilgo presiding over ono of tho
Paris courts was recently removed
Ironi his oilice for two very curious of
fenses. It appears that after examin
ing a witness for several hours in his
:ourt, ho invited that witness to dinw
tfith him at a neighboring restaurant.
Plying him there- with wine, the judge
put a number of questions to his guest,
ind, having drawn out of him certain
lamaging facts, forthwith caused him
to bo arrested.
His other offense was still moro
Jagrant. Ho talked through a tele
phono with a witness, pretending that
le (the judge) was ono of the persons
iccused in court, and so led tho wit
aess to betray himself nnd his accused
friend. It is no wonder that, nfter
:onduct so unbecoming a judge, ho
ras deemed unlit any longer to hold
iho even scales of justice.
Although this judgo was thus right
fully punished, his conduct suggests to
as the wide contrast which exists be
tween the French courts of justico and
method of legal procedure, and thoso
f tho United States and England. Tho
tdiole system, indeed, is different in
tho two cases.
Our judges havo a distinct and digni
fied duty to perform, and, as a rule,
thoy maintain, as do tho English
udgcs, a lofty and impartial attitude
In presiding over trials. Thoy remain,
for tho most part, silent until' they
havo to decide points of law, or until
ono of tho counsel requires correction.
After tho arguments have closed, it is
their duty to address tho jury, explain
the points at issue, call for tho verdict,
and deliver tho judgment or sentence.
The French judge, on the other hand,
takes constant and active part in tho
trial itself. Ho questions not only wit
nesses, but tho prisoner himself, and
often subjects tho prisoner to a scvero
and searching cross-examination, try
ing to trap him into damaging confes
sions, contradicting him, and even
sometimes cracking jokes at tho pris
When a witness has made a certain
statement, the French judge will turn
to tho prisoner, and tartly ask him
what ho has to say to that? A prisoner
on trial in a French court, in short, is
badgered and worried from the begin
ning to tho end of the case, by both
judgo and procurcur. The procurcur
is an ollicial who acts in France as
public prosecutor, grand jury and ad
viser of judge in one.
Tho fact that in tho French courts
tho judge is ono of the active partici
pants in tho trials, givcb a dramatic
color to tho proceedings which is
usually nbsent from our own courts.
The dialogues between judge and pris
oner aro watched with keen interest,
and often with laughter or applause,
by tho crowd of spectators; for some
times judge and pri.-onor engago in a
duel of wit and banter. But, from tho
American point of view, this method
of seeking to iiud out tho truth, and to
dispense justico, seems far less effectual
to say nothing of its surprising lack
of dignity than that which prevails in
our own courts.
Tho French judgo often browbeats
or angers tho prisoner into making
rasii answers, which increaso tho
chance of his conviction, even though
ho may bo really innocent. With us,
tho priionor is amply protected in
ovoi'7 ,'iglit of defense. Ho is sup
poses to bo innocent until ho is fully
proved by proper and legal evidence,
which he is unable to overthrow, to be
guilty; whereas in Franco, the judge
often seems to set out with his ques
tioning of the prisoner as if tho pris
oner were presumed to bo guilty, and
as if the burden of proof were on him
to prove himself innocent. Youth's
Joseph Chamberlain is an cn
thusiast on tho subject of orchids, on
which he spends lunnenso sums. Ho
has tho finest collection in England,
always wears ono in his buttonhole,
and frequently displays $0,000 to $7,000
worth of theso costly ilowcrs on his
A LUCKY HIT.
A Hay Horse Mini St-mres a Vrjo In the
Louisiana State I.ottury.
Among tho numerous strangers at
pretent visiting tho city is Mr. J. F.
Stevenson of Bay Horso, Idaho. Mr.
Stevenson is a long way from homo,
but his object in coining this far was
well worth a longer journov. Ho held
one-tenth of ticker No. 33.-M2 draw
ing the first capital prize of $150,000
in the last drawing of tho Louisiana
State Lottery Company, and it was for
tho purposo of dialling the same that
ho came to New Orleans.
Ho arrived on Wednesday, and the
ffotne day presented his ticket at tho
office of tho lottery company, when he
was promptly handed a click for if 15,
000, tho amount of his prize on the
New Orleans National Hank.
Mr. Stevenson is a firm beliover in
The Louisiana State Lottery and has
been a patron of tho institution for
This lucky individual is a native of
Columbus, Ohio, but wh n quite a lad
left his home in search of a fortune in
n, fur WmL For a lonir time he
roughed it in San Francisco and other
cities in thnt vicinity ami unauy weiu
to Bay Horse, Idaho, where ho necured
a clerkship in the house or C. K. Tay
ir .f. n.n imnnruX merchandise deal
ers. He now has a snug littlo fortune
hut is indebted lor tno same to j no
Louisiana Sluto Lottery Company, not
to any lucky find in the West.
This is Mr. Stevenson's first visit to
tho CrtBcent City, and he will remain
tlin ilrnwint? of tllO lottOTV
company on Tuesday noxt and to w t
iub the carnival festivities. New Or
leans (La.) Picayune, l'Ob. i.
RIGHT HERE IN CALIFORNIA.
What Your I'rlcmN nnil NolRliliorn Sny on
n Mutter of Vital Importance.
Below will be found a sample of the
multitude of letters of encourage
ment Messrs. H. H. Warner & Co., of
Rochester, N. Y., daily receive. The
subjoined unsolicited testimonials are
from your friends and neighbors,
ladies and gentlemen you know and
isteem for their honor and straight
forwardness, and who would scorn to
be a party to any deception. What
litis been done for others can bo done
for you, and it is folly, nay suicidal, to
longer suffer when the means of re
covery lie at your very door :
Oakland. Cut. (Attorneynt-I.aw, ttt" Hrond
way). Dec. 20. 1S7.- I linve long used "Warner's
Safe Cure," with good results, and am now ustns
Yoi.o. Cal.. Dec. 13, 18S7. My wife Is tisinp;
"Warner's Safe Cure" and says Uiat it is doing
Alviso. Cnl.. Jan. C. 1SSS.-I use "Warner's
Safe Cure" to keen well. I think it is a good
Sa.v Khancisco. Cal.. ("23 Market Street.)
Dec. 10, ISS7. We consider "Warners bafe
Ilemedies" invaluable and would not be with
SanFiiancisco, Cnl., (f2l Montgomery Street)
Dec. 10, 1!S7 I find "Winner's Safe Ilemedies"
ill tlmt wo could desire.
Ham8 Kkhhv, Cal., .Ian. I, 1SSS. 1 am using
"Warner's Safe Ouro" for disease of the Kidneys
and It is doing me good.
Danvim.k. Cal., (Heal Estnte nnd Huslness
Agent) Dec. 8. 1887. I havo used boiiw of
"Wurncr's Safe Cure" and bellevoltto be a good
remedy when faithfully used.
Cai.pkixa. Cal., Jan. 13. 18S8. I nm hnppy to
stnte that I have used "Warner's Safe I'uro"
and "Wnrnei's Snfe Pills" with tho bent resjills
possible lor dernugid Kidneys and Liter 1
conllnuu to use "Warner's Sale Cure" although
I feel well.
Jackson. Cnl., Sept. 28, 1SS7. Lnst December
one of my boys aged ;i yeais, was troubled
with what Heemed to ho a bad cold. Ho g. utv
uoit-cinnl 1 called adoelorwliocnlledit Dropsy
nnd began to tn at my child for it. He con
tinued to grow worse nnd 1 got another doctor
who tumlls'.cd his mine and p' enounced it
Hright's DifCUf-o in u had form. All the doctors
faid my boy would die. and he looked as if he
Mircly would. I begun to give my boy
tt urner h aaie l ure witnout sirj lug anything
to the doctors. In three davs his urine shotted
a change, and an analysis made thrfo tteeks
inter indicated n periect condition ot Ills urine.
Kvery doclor who heard of his cuo said that
he would dio sure, but ho took "Warner's Safe
Cure" and Is alive, if not well, which is more
than could have been said if tho doctors had
been left to stuiriiim.
ter has taken "Warner's Safe Cure" nnd re
ceived great benefit therefrom. I am never
without 11 in my House.
PITH AND POINT.
Ho that is unkind to his own will
ot bo kind to others.
Aristotle boing asked what a
man could gain by tolling a falsehood,
replied, "Not to bo credited wlion ho
tolls tho truth."
Nothing is moro beautiful than n
serene, virtuous, happy old age. Such
an old age belongs lo evory individu
al's life if ho only knows how to
Wo aro not going to tell who tho
lady was who left a curtain church be
cause tho upholstering of tho pows
did not match lior complexion. Bur
lington Free. Press.
The latest crazo among tho girls is
a hair album inado up of strands from
tho heads of their gentlemen frionds.
This is another thrust at tho bald
headed man. Washington Critic
Nothing is moro oxponslvo than
ponuriotisnoss, nothing moro anxious
than carolossnoss, and every duty
which Is biddon to wait, returns with
aoven fresh duties at its back.
It is said that a small hand indi
cates rofinomont, and yet wo havo soon
Binall hands, and hold thorn, too, b'
thunder, that brought out languago
any thing but refined. Drake's
A Groat Tilal, Indeed.
Of all the aggravations
That rob life ot its Joys,
The worst are those vile hotel pests,
Tho insolent ball-boys.
Judgo no ono by his relations, what
ever criticism you pass upon his com
panions. Rotations, liko features, arp
thrust upon us; companions, liko
clothes, aro moro or loss our own bo
Naugatuck (Ounn.) Congrcgation-
alists are building a parish liouse, a
modern idea worthy of imitation. It
will have twonty-four rooms, besides
hall, cloak rooms and closets. Tho
first lloor has an assembly room, re
caption room, Sunday-school library
and seven class rooms; thosooond floor
eight clasi rooms, reading rooms,
kitchen and dining rooms; third floor
for uastor's study uud a cyiunasium.
! Tn the three cities. Orssso, Cannes and Nice,
in France over aKUW0 pounds or orange now
ers aro usee annually to manufacture oils, pom
ades, etc. Tno valno of this enormous amount
of ilowcrs is about (300.000.
THAT II 1(511 WAV Ol' NATIONS.
The broad Atlantic, is ever a stormy thor
oughfure. Ytt blow tho w lnd ever so fiercely,
and ride the waves ever so loftily, seamen must
man the good ships, tourists will brave tho pas
sage, and commercial travelers and buyers
must visit the centres of foreign trade nnd
manufacture That atrocious malady, jea-Mck-ness.
together with colicky pains nnd much in
ward uneasiness U often endured when Hos
tetter's Stomach Hitters would have fortllled
the voyagers against them. Sea captains, and
In fact nil old salts and veteran travelers aro
acquainted ttith the protective value of th'si-j-Humble,
preventive and remedy, nnd are rarely
unprovided with it. Kinlgrants to the far West
should use it as a safeguard against malaria.
Seek the aid of the llit ers for dyspepsia, con
stipation, liver complaint, kidney troubles and
nil ailments that impair the harmonious and
vigorous action of the vital powers.
Kzeklal Matthews, eightv-soven years old. n ,
resident of Crawford county, Georglt. walks
eight miles to a tlsli pond every morning, unci
catches a mess of llsli,
THK KI.Y1NU 1IOVK OK l'KACH.
A richly fro-ttcd quivering flying Dove.
A Drenm of Life screen calendar. An im
ported ideal head. An imported f osted
-now scene and a full sot of magnificent
floral cards. Fourteen artistic pieces.
Sent to anyone who will buy 'om a drug
gist a box of the genuine Hit C. M'Lank's
CKLKllItATIIl) LlVKU l'n.1.8 (irice 2i cts.)
and nlall us the outside wrapper from the
box with 4 cents in htamp-i. Write your
address plainly. Fi.kmino Hitos., Pitts
Tho output of l'ittsburg's glnss Industry is
valued at S10.000.000n year.
WHY I.AITICA LOST II KK HKAU.
Ijiurnonce had an atlluent beau
Who called twice a fortnight, or eo.
Now she sits, Jaunilay eve.
All lonely to grieve.
Oh, where Is her recreant beau.
And why did he leave l.aura so'
Why. lie saw that Laura was a ltnguUhlug.
delicate girl, subject to sick hcadaahe", sensi
tive nerves and uncertain tempers: and knott
ing what n llfe-lomr trial is u fretful, sickly
wile, he transferred his attentions to her cheer
ful healthy cousin, Klh'n. Tho secret is that
Laura's hialth and strength n"o sapped by
chronic weakness peculiar to her sex, which
Kllcn averts and avoids by tho tuo of Dr.
l'ierce's Favorite I'lc.ciiplion. This Is the
only remedy, for women's peculiar weaknesses
and ailments. Mild by diuggists, under a posi
tive guarantee from the manufactures, that it
will give fiitlefaetioii in every caso or money
will bo refuudoJ. See guarantee on bottle
Piilll vnri.il T.nnir IhIhuiI trnut nrn fi'tnliinir SI
apiece In New York. (
MANY VKOIM.K K H PI'S H TO TAKK COI)
I.tver Oil on account of its unpleasant tuste.
Tills dilllculty has been overcome in Meott'H
Iviiiulnioti of Cod Idler Oil ttith I lyponliort
phites. It being as palatable as milk, and the
most valnablo renieily known fortheticatmeut
of Consumption. Scrofula and llronchitis. Hen
end Debility, Wasting Diseases of Children,
Chronic Coughs and Colds, has caused physi
cians in all parts of tho world to use it. Physi
cians report uur little patients take it with
pl'H-.ure. Try Scott's Kmulslon and bo con
vinced. Tho Charity fund for Now York hospitals
amounted this year to over 850,000. '
LIVING ON TIIK It Kl'lTTATION OP
"Take everj tiling that I have but my ,
good untiiu: leave me, that and I am con
tent." So Mild the philosopher. So say i
(ill nianufactmers of genuine nrticlcs to
that horde of imitators which thrives no
on the reputation of others. The ft' od
name of Ai.i.cock's Poiious Pi.asti:u.sIih
induced mi.ny lidventtrers to put in ihc
limrKot imitations thiit are not onlv lack
imr in the t est elementH of the genuine
article, hut are often h trnifnl in their ef
feels. This is not only then, nut niiwii
well he culled malpractice. Such a thing
ought nut to be. The public should be
warne'l atrainst tnese irau is, ana wnen
nn external remedy is needed, be sine to
Insist upon having Ai.lcook's I'ouous
When oxen or sheen collect together as If they
were seeking shelter, u s oim niny bo expected.
lie nto green cucumbers;
They made him quite sick;
Hut lie took a few " diets''
That cured him right quick.
An easier phyhio
You nover will find
Than I'jerco's small "Pellets,"
I'he I'urgatlvo kind.
Small but precious. 'Jj cts. per vial.
Ohio has now over twenty-one thousand
"HroH'ii'M Hroiichilil TroelieK" are ex
cellent for tho relief of Hoarseness or Sunt
Throat. They are exceedingly cll'uctlve. Sohi
only In boxct. Price '15 cts.
T, la n afnr,il,. fnnt fttnt nf nil rU,rtattnn nn.
tions tho United States is alone represented by
1 rULCSUllli. lmisuilll lllinniuiio ill i vioiu.
A FLAT CONTKA DICTION.
Some ono has told you that your catarrh Is
Incurable. It ia not so. Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Itemed)- will cure it. It is pleasant to use and
If nl ivflva itnna ltd wnrk thnrnlllfhlv. Wo huve
vet to hear of a caso In which it did not accom-!
pllsh a cure when faithfully used. Catarrh is a
liUpiiKn w hich it Is dangerous to neglect. A
certain remedy is ut your command. Avull
yourself of 11 before tho complaint ussuues u
more berious form. All druggists.
There aro Ave plate-glass factories in this '
Ilnrin'll Mutll. 'I'A.'II lt,TU CI fl. l?H rAl nf
just such elements us enrich tho blood uud
strengthen the nerves. One pill a dose.
The craze In collectingnnd Buvlngernpty '
5c. Cameo Cigarette boxes Is assuming
vast proportions, nnd the elegant pictures
of Langtry and Mile. Theo with their
elaborate gold frames, will pass into tho
possession cf 1,000 persons on the Pacific
Coast who return the largest number of
enipty Cameo oc. boxes to W. Duke, Sons
& Co., No. P5 Front St., San Frttiuisco.
.1. II. FlHR,AHny'r ami Analytical
ClicinlNt, Laboratory, 10(1 First St., I'ortlund,
Or. Analj'Bos made of ull substances, ltates
for assaying gold and Bllver ores $1.S0. Puc
ages sent by mull or express promptly attended
to, and returns made.
See AntUell Piano advertisement.
Thy Okrmka for breakfast.
NOTHING 18 KNOWN TO PCIKNCK AT
all comparable to tho Cutiouha Ukmkdikh
in their marvellous properties of cleunsliiK.
purifyiriK and beautifying (he skin and in
curliiK Uirturinif, iIUIIkuHhk, itching, scaly and
pimply diseases of the skin, oculp mid blood,
with Iobs of hair. ,
Cm icuua, the great Skin Uuke, and Cun
cuka oai an exquisite Hkin Itcautifler, pro
tiurcd from it, externally, and Cutiouha Iik
holvkst. the nev Hlood Iurirlor. inturnallr.
cure every form ot skin and blood discuse, from
pimples to scrofula,
Sold everywhere. Price: CirricuitA, SOo.i Ilu
goi,VKNT, 1; SiiAl. 2.c, 1'rei-areil by tho I'or-
TKIt llllt'O AND ClIKMIUAI. Co., ItOBION, MAHH.
Hcnd for ' How to Cure Skin DlHeoAea."
Tir I'impleH. blu. klniidn. clmppwl and oily ftt
lit skin priiveiij'd by CirriuuiiAjtoAl'. 'i
stfk. Hull AuIiim, 1'iilntt and WukneHxes In
Wfnuutly rclhivod by the UtnieuiiA Anti
1'Alk' I'LkMTiu, tUt noly pals kllllug pUaUr. Ho.
' r sr .
It is uvntlerful
how quirkl IChs
Cream Halm ha
he pal . ( cured
in. For a week at
a time I could not
8e. 1 suffered
from acute in
llammation in my
none and head
Mrs. Georpie $
A particle li applied iuto eACh ntrll n lift arvt'&ble.
Price SO ct m ilniRgloU bf until, rt-Kltrl, (X) cu
KI.V WtiiTHKHH 5WOrwn1ch Hi. New York
A sri'Klltllll HKMKliV roil
COUGHS, COLDS, INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION
And all Thrtmt ami hung Tronltlns.
HoUX toy all ln-ngarlHtM for UO :'iits.
J. R. GATES & CO.,
417HiuiH(Hiii'St.. HAS KItAXt'lNt'O
Call or n Cnmnnw X. Cn lisl Klrst St
uddress""' pii'iiuy wu.
NrDUflllC Docility. Lous of VlRor. Somliml
ttt VWUO j.okKcn, cak Alr-Mury, Dcupoii.
doner. &c duo to oxcosm'S or ubanc, cured.
YOUMf MCM snlfcrlng from, the cnVi-tn
1 UUIVii IV! CIX3 ot0tl,7iilfolllis.ii liullo
rrctlon should avail thnnn-lton ot our trpatmrnt.
A positive curegiturantwd In ctory rro. Syphilis,
Urinary nnd Venereal Dimmim s all ununtural ilia
chargou, promptly anil sufoly cured.
MIDDLE-AGED M E K rSTt.i":
caso of Kidneys or bladder, Weak Hack, NervotH
Debility, Wanting of Sexual Strength, etc., cured
uud roKtorcd to lieahhy vigor,
S. II. l'erponn iiuahlo to visit us may bo treated
at their homes, by correspondence. Alodlctne and
Instructions Kent by mall or express. Consultation
I' ree. Bend 4 cents In stamps lor "i ho Young -Muu'i
Vrlend or iiuldu to edloclc.
The Van HTonciscar
Yojnc, mlddhvased tnd
Id. elagle or inarrlixl men
nd ll'Wbn Butter with
LOST MANHOOD I
Nerrous IK'lilllty, Btrm
torrhoa, Hemlnal Loeiot
Boxual Uecay.KttlUng Mem
ory. Weak Eyes, Lack ol
Energy, sbx Vlood an"
Hkln IMaoasos, Hrphlllli
Emptiona. Hair Falling
Hone l'alns, H elllne
fioro Throat, TJloera, K
ftxta ot. Mercury, Kidney,
,and Bladder Trouble
We tX 113(. Kurang Urine, Oonorrhea, Oleot Btilo'
urs pro.upt relief and ouro for lite.
Iliitu Mcxeti OuiiHult ;ouflilMtluIIy
OrTKIOFJ 183 St 184 THIRD ST.
lllg tJ n as given unl vef
sal satisfaction In the
euro of Gonorrhoea nnd
Gleet, I prescribe 11 nnd
feel sate In recommend
lug It to nil sufferer.
Hold by Drui'slsts.
C'OMl'I.r.TF. I'OWKK ANII
Iiiitv prices, prompt delivery
Write for Circiihun,
BYRON JAOKSON, SAN FRANCISCO.
When 1 say euro I i!o not mean merely to "ti them
raliineaiidthiiiihaiM Ilium return k n. ' '""'!?,"
ihrjil cure. I hv inailn th olwaBO of l'lln, r.l'Ut
lil'.SV or I A1.I.1NU HlUKliSMta,iiiH-iunniuujr.
warrant my remeilylo cure tliBWoret cases, llecauso
uthors have fallixl In u reawm for not now recuijinit a
cure, HmiiiI at nneu for a treatise and a .Tree ll"ttle
m my IiilalhhlM remedy, (live KiprvM and l'int Olllce.
U.U. HOOT. ill. C.lHa l'eiirl nti"- ork.
Tho Oregon National Bank,
I OF JMTI.An;i.
I (Huooussors Ut tlotronoIIUui KavIncillonk.)
'CAPITAL 1A1I IN, UO,C00
Truim.itW u UoncAil IlunVii s lliuluiua.
AfX3(rUNi' kept Miliject lo eiH'Ck.
SIXLH UXCHANOKouBuii rittiirfsoo nml New York.
MAKES OtiUd'-CrriONrt faruUu terma
, VAN I) DKhAKIIMUTT "KJ.I1 MAUKI.F, Jlu,
1 rroalileut. Vlce-I'iuikluut.
I) P. KIIERMAN CaiJll,
PERSONAL AfTD LITETTARY.
Condut'tor W. Vr. Wilber, of tho
Uoston & Albany railroad, has tnivoled
1,050,000 miles in tho hist forty-four
years. Ho is now tho oldest conductor
on tho road, hut ho is strong nnd
vigorous, and expects to muko a rec
ord of 2,000,000 miles before ho re
tires. Mr. Edward Eurlc, of Now York,
1ms on his plnco at Narragansott Pier
a water towor sovonty-livo feot high
containing 18,000 gallons. On tho top
of this towor Is a woodou dragon
twonty-ono foot long, with spread
wings measuring twolvo foot from tip
Just boforo Mrs. Langtry left Now
York City sho bocamo tho possessor ol
what is pronounced by exports to bo
tlio largest and linost turquoise in
Amorlca. It is sot in twonty-sovon
diamonds, and may ho worn as a pin
or as a pondant. It is worth over
$5,000 Public Opinion.
Now Jorsoy is to havo av tor
"trust." A sohonio is on foot to Mo
nopolize all tho water privilogosof Mir
Spanish colony and malio nilllioiii rut
of tho projoot. Noxt tho sunshlno M
air must go. Wo arc a great county.
fiCTfjS1? Rt & dealers:
. V t-T.- I
BmQuiTlM.A not tow
fM mom BtrleUM. "
I Krl Vrdonljtjylht
flllnni Chiakil Co.
H C1 BHJ q b h r.
Z. T. WRI G HT
FOOT OF MORRISON ST.,
Jlenlor hi SpeclnttleM
ADVANCE THRESHERS, ENGINES,
ii;i:k r-'ooourit v powkkm.
Tho Advance is not guaranteed to bo equal to others, but guaran
teed to be far superior and better in every particular. If not
it costs you nothing to try it.
KriCuGl Engines, Stationary and Marino, Laundry Machinery,
ACME ENGINE, tho best Coal Oil Engine
VKK V KCOXO.M U'A I,.
The WestJiighouse Kugincs and Hollers, Farm Knifine Tank I'utnps ovcral vatietlea
of Fnglnes of all sizes and for all purposes. Farm, Cliurch and School Hells,
Aluriti" Work of all kinds, Crenmerv Machinery, llnn'oek Inspirators,
I'ark Injectors, all iho latest Patent Wrenches H'aikMidth,
Automatic and Farm Drills, Holler Feed mid Duplex
I'dinps. Steam Filling fioods. Lubricating Oils,
Huiliug and Hose, otdf-llenting Haiti
ORME SafetF Valve lor Marine and stationary Englres. ador-ted oy tne Government.
THE LINDGREN CHEWliCAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS,
For Villages, t-'toies. Public ltulldlugs und KctddcnccH.
THE RAWSON MOWERS ArD REAPERS,
l'llti: IIKIM HT.lt KT SI ri'hll'.S itV AI.Ii UI.VDM.
And many other desinable goods. As I represent tho inauufaetnierM direct, I can and
will givu you good goods at a bargain. Send for descriptive circular ot what you
For The NERVOUS
J'tirmrrn. It 1h impor
tant that tho Soda or
boWhlto nnd l'uro same
M nil similar nubstances
obtaining only tho "Arm
& Hammer" brand Soda
or Haloratis, b.iy it In
"round or half pound"
namoand tnulo-mark, as
Inferior ioodi nrnstmo
"Arm k Hammer" brand
when bought in bulk,
I'.irtlos usIiik IlaklnK
Powder should rcnimu
ber that Its soln rising
jiroporty consisU of bi
carbonate of soda. One
teaspoon fill of the "Arm
& Hammer" brand of
Bods or HaleratuH mixed
OCR Tit AIM;
with sour milk equals
Packed in Card Board Boxes. Always keeps Soft
THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE!
n noun's "jpoNifi
L B NHitvK Q rn.i.s
For tho Blood and Nerves.
llobb'H Nfirvii Tunic
1 JMIM iiinkn Now Ulili
go Itlood mill c-rt'8 Aiiiuiiilu,
pi Hernfuln, I'liuplcH, llii
gimiiH. Itail C'li miltitliuii
a uud u'l ininuritlcs nf thu
5r blood, u well in ihn follow-
mn lloi voui, illNei
JSorvoiiH mill I'liyKloitl III
Iillltyi Vital Exliitiihtlim,
rroiiiiitui o Dee.iiy, l'ulil
! tiitlon of tho II em t, Flut
torlne;. Treiiililiiit;, Ilyn
terlu, NnrvoiiMiiesH In liny
S rorm, NorvniiH Iliiilriclii,
3 NoiimlKhi. Cold Ilnuilsor
Z$ Feet, 1'nlu In tho ltui li,
2 nml any ntluT form of lfii.
2 miilo Weulcr.cHu.Th'iy brum
o. tho rosy tint uf hnlth to tho
sallow check. Weak noi vuua
tr iiooplo slniulil tiiko thU ttroal
u. I, ilo lli ninvcr, f you III t
KiilToruiK' for pust errors
Nitvo Tniilu I IIIh will cure von.
Try thorn, nnd you will loin tho thouBiindi of
HDiivinen uud wonion wnoilnily blees Dr. Hnhh
fur his (trout work: iu thoir helmlf. 'J h
aiiLmr.eniilitd. Only Til) ClH. II bottlo
uroul woric ui inuir iieuiut. J noy un
suKiir-conted. Dnly oil vih. h liottlo. All
druKirlslHorby mail in idiiln wrpinr for cimh
ornmuips. Hnmido of l'llla nnd Dr. Ilomi h
HiM)il(K)Kif Uhefui. iNroiUHTiON" hy muil
l'ltKB on receipt of l'unt 1 Curd with your
HOBB'S MEDICINE CO., PROPRIETORS, SAII FRANCISCO, CA
FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Sold on Trial !
lnvttlmrnt until, profits
laitftf. Kitnd too for malllotf
IsrifB llluatriitnl Catnloirus
with full particulars. Man
ufactured by ,
GOULDS & .AUSTIN,
107 ts 1UI I.uko Ml.,
ALLEN'S IKON TONIC BITTERS.
f TtX ireai Tonlo, lllood Vatiktt, Arrlr anj l.ly.r
lllrr.i. - ll i ' ) I' All" it Paul M"i
1 finf! Will be paid for twli nd tmty grain of poll.
i)lUUU oouut mUtant found In WladouisItoUirUor,
atkDowleUiiwl tho uiott dilUktful and ciuiy really
and (iriwcrrloif Mm ooiuuloilou, reiuorliig tan, suuburu,
frvckle and all Mvtulaura aud ruimhuoM of the klu.
... A i 1 . t 1 u A . b.. aI I.I M 1 t It A
i;ou aua inuorwu vj w wiw mwtv.g mu .u
tain. Hold bl all druifUU at fcO oouU pr Wit tin.
White and Kltili. Manufacturvd by W. M, WIBOOM
k (l . HI.MnlnU 1'orlUiul (lrivo
1', N. U. No. W-U. if. N. U. No. 308.
M 1 J
nml icnernt Agent for
in tho world.
No Engineer Needed
Celery i uil Cocii, tho prominent in-I'.-isd.
tus r.ro the best mid s..ft
Itcnc 'lutiic-'. It areiiRthcn.s nt"l
H'Jltls the nervous syMei.., cur I x
Ncru. Wciikncsji, Hysteria. Sleep.
It I'rlvc.iout the poisonous humoraof
thebliHid purilVlntt und cnrlc'ilnslt,
nnd ro ovcreoinhiK thoi-o dlvciu.es
resultj:iK lYom luipuro or lmpover.
it cure habitual constipation, iiud
promotcicroitulnr hnblt. ItMrcncth
ens tlio. '.oiunch, und aids digestion.
In Itsco-.iiimsltlnn tho best and mosti
cllWtlvo nniu'dloi for ilUcnscs of tho
hlduciB. It can bo relied on to civo
tjulrk relief nnd fpcedy cure.
Ituniiroilnof testlmnnl.'ihihiirotim'n recelred
from inroi,n mImIuvo tiscil thlsri'meilj' with
Trlca 51-00. EolA by Drojjtiti.
WELLS, RICHARDSOM & CO., Prop's
four teaspoon fuln of tho
Inn twenty times Its
coit, bnrildcs helnR
much healthlor, becauso
ltdoosuot con tain any
I n J irious substances,
such as alum, terra alba,
etc., of which luauyllak
liii; l'on-deru aro made.
D.i.rymcu and Farmers
shoulduse only tbo"Arm
,t Hummer" brand for
rlcauhiR and keoplns
Milk l'ans Uwoot and
CAonoif. Bee that
every pound package of
"Arm and Hammer
IlnmJ" contains full
10 ounces net, and the
i pound packaijesyidi
11 ounces net, Hoda or
Haloratus samo as spool
fled on each package.
I'll IMMIiNS'.: BTOl'K OK SbllMI'.R UAt.nilta-
QAX UN lit: IWliAil, lit $1 und 31.00 per suit.
Utciiti'c.Kniliil'IC.'lt'AI.HHIItlU'S, thrco latest
otylo Collanl und lino Jialr Cuffs, $1.50 cucli.
232 Koaray St,, near Bush.
Utr Sond for l!lu tratod ('Blaloj.no.
NATIONA I. IIKTHCTIOK
uud INdUIHV SKKVICK,
JAMKH J. IIHOOKH. ClIIKr
ll v.) ,. ,., fllili f IT H. Kicu t Herrlce.
Iii21 O Hirtet. Wasiiinuton, D. O.
Hklllcd Altmits at ull puluts. Ilusinca with all De
partments of f lu wuuiMit a specialty.
Etfl(rrfl.. tr Biiiuirii. ltn
iiuui, viirn u i. ip, ju iitcctiaitrn utfifn.
'II SO. SWi;r, Dermoid 3. g. 2)itlnte h Bj,,
01 ('allfctnla eitaSe, eeit flrmiiUcc
tf0fil)fl, itlaffajf. link "rfHttcnSjGcWft.
To 0 liny. Samples worth $1.80, Klirai
Lines not under the horses lect. Write Ubkw.
stick's HAritTT Unix 1 Ioliikh Co. .IIoIJjr.Mlch.
O I ulrlyVA I UAOll. Oublor. ltoontsh
Pianos; Ilurdtt Orsans, baud Inttruuienta, Lariesl
stock of Kheot lluilo and Hooka Ihuids suppUnd at
Kattoro Vrloea. MATTHIAH (JILAY CO., SOU Port
Htrwt. Han Kranelwin
CThe OLDEST MEDICINE In thoWOHLDTfc
li Probably Dr. Iiaao Tkompion'i 1J
ELEBRATED EYE WATEU
This artl-a la a can-full prrpared phyilclan's tire
acrlptlou, and has Imo In comiaut use for noatfy
century, au.l notwltliatandloi the many nthrr prtpiim.
tloiu that haie Lcvu lutroduiwl Iuto thu maikri, the
sale of this article Is orustanUy Incrraalnif. If tho ill
r ctlimi are followrd It will lifter Ull. We particu
larly Invito tho uttuntlou of physicians to lis uitrtu.
John L. Thompf on, Son &i;o.. TltuY, N. ,
1st iTvmluuis. 23,000 iu use,
20 years KstaUUhed. New
natEiited Btottl Tunlnir De
lI, in um, In iinoLimr Piano, hv which our Pianos
stand hi tuna i0 ) oarj, food fur I0O ; not fdlvctod ,
ty idlnuto, Ha wood to split, Ireak, swell, shrink,
enu-k, deray, or wear out I wo guatanteo it. tt.
unit, iUwewood Cams, a stiliies, douhlo reiatlnif
action; finest Ivory kjs; tho r'oinoiw ANT1HKI.U
Call or write f r Cutahnfuo, free. T. M. ANTJSKLU
I'JAXO f(., Jlaniilartu.-urs, Odd Fellowa' 1141, Mari
let and Kvntlibtr:ts, Hau I'ruiuUio,