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"DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED !
Tlio young man fell dead 1
A fricnil had pointed a revolver at him.
"He didn't know it was loaded 1"
"Wo often hour it stated that a man is
not responsible for what he does not
know. Tlie law piesupoofiea knowledge
nnd therefore convicts the man who ex
cuses crime by ignorance !
"If I had only known" has often been
an unfortnnaie man's npoloiry for some
evil unknowingly wrought, but in a
matter of general interest as for in -
Btance that laudanum is a poison, that
lations of the waste of the svstem. it is
one's duty to know the fact and the conse
quences thereof. Our good old grand
mothers knew for instance, that the open
ing of spring was the most perilous period
of the year.
Because then the blood stream is
sluggish and chilled by the cold weather,
and if not thinned a good deal and made
to flow quickly and healthfully through
the arteries and veins, it is impossible to
have good vigor the rest of the year.
Hence, without exception, what is now
known as Warner's Log Cabin Sarsa
parilia, was plentifully made and
religiously g'von to every member of the
family regularly through March, April.
May and June. It is a matter of record
that this prudential, praventivo and ro
Btorativo custom saved many a fit of
Bickness, prolonged life and happiness to
n vigorous old, age. and did away with
heavy medical expenditures.
Mrs. Mangie Kerchwal, Lexington,
Ky., used Warner's Log Cabin Saraa
parilia "for nervous sick headache of
which I had been a sufferer fof years.
It lias been a ureat benefit to mo."
Capt. Hugh Ilarkins, 1114 S. loth St.,
Philadelphia, l'a., says "it purified my
blood and removed the blotches from my
skin." Mrs. Aarea Smith, Topton, Berks
Co., Pa., says she "wus entirely euiedof
a skin disease of the worst kind," by
Ixg Cabin fc-arsaparilla. Bad skin indi
cates a very bad condition of the blood.
If you would live tw.J be well, go to
vour iinug'"!t to-day and get Warner's
Log I'ntitn Sarsapai ilia and take no
ot'ier, three's iinthuiir like it or as good,
and completely renovate your imoaired
HyMcm with tiits simple, old-fashioned
proi;. ration of ion' and herbs.
Warner, whu make tiie famous Safe
Cure; pats it tip, and tiiat is a guarantee
of excellence all over tlio knoan world.
Take if mirseif and uive it to the other
number. el the family, including the
cliil'ii-n. You will be astonished at its
health-giving and life prolonging powers.
We say tin editorially with pcfoct.
confidence, Iveti'ist v.ehave heanl good
thinus of it everywhere, and it name is
a guarantee that it i tlrt class in every
- follow !n'.insomeof the high dwell-ing-li(iue
in N'ew York City: O-borne
Hats 171 fe-t ;n ln'!ght: Dtkota Hats,
I.Vj feet:Munro Ha -. I.j.'i fct: N ivato
Hats. 1 12 feet. The measurement U
from the curb level to roof. X. V.
Consideration for others is the.
foundation of good brooding.
No man can truly feel for the poor
without feeling in his pocket.
Wo can not conquer a necessity,
but we can yield to it in such a way
as to be greater than if wo could.
Tim noblest characters are those
who havo steered the life-vessel
through stormiest sons. A bed of down
never nur. u.'ed a great soldier yet.
Fashionable phraseology becomes
less and less elegant, if moro expross
ive, and lias la'ely revived somo slang
that gentle people hoped had boon for
gotten. Lie is history, not poetry. It con
sists mainly of little things raroly il
luminated by Hashes of groat heroism,
raroly broken by groat dangers or de
manding great exertions. Leaky.
All truly wiso thoughts havo beon
thought thousands of times; but to
make them truly ours, wo must think
thoni over again honestly till thoy
take root in our personal experience
Wliat a man be ho young, old or
middle-aged sows, that, and notliin
else, shall ho roan. Tho one tiling til
do with wild oats is to put them caro-j
fully in the hottest part of tho fire,
nnd got them burnt to dust, every seed1
of them. Thomas lluqhes.
Novor mind what tho world thinks,
about you. It cares littlo for you am
thinks loss about you. Bator thinkj
about and for yoursolf. You are youi
own best companion and judge.
It is almost as dillicult to mako
man unlearn his errors as his knowl
edge. Mai -information is moro hope
less than non-information; for error
is always more bus than ignorance,
Ignornnco is a blank shoot on whic
wo may write; but error is a scribble
ono on which wo must first erase.
A young man askod his austeri
parent:' "Shall I marry for lovo n
nionoy? Ho was answorod in thi
wiso: "If you niarrj' for love, 3011 wi
probably always bo in want of monov
if you marry for 11101103, you will a
ways bo in want of lovo; thoroford
your safest way is to marry for a littl
A liUCKY TUIAL..
Tlio Kd Fortune which followed fit
t reuliiienl. ,
San Francisco, 1'ebrutry 20, 1888. '
Dtiu Bib: It affords mo great pltaturo to nenl
you this voluntary itatenieut of my experience la
tenting the meriti of Joy'a Sarsaparllla. For tho
put flvo years I have been troubled with an ex
ceedingly sluggish liver, and within the pait two
year It has brought within its trail a thoroughly
ulsoruerfU sioiuacu, inciuuiug nu-s oi aiiptmie
and distress after eating, pains la tho back and
kidneys, and bol's around tny neck and fare. I
haro tried several remedies which are advertised
as specially for the liver, and could never get tuurv
than temporary relief of about a week or two, I
was recommended to try abottle of Joy's VejeUble
Barssparilla as a test, aud while tiling the first
bottle I Inn ante convinced of Its merits for 1 could
feel It was w orking a cbango In me, 1 have taken
five bottles, and il mlag that time my troubles have
leftiue. K nytblng is working full and regular,
in fact it has drained, purl (lis I and braced me up
generally. I feel kike a new man, Vouare at per
fect liberty to lite this aa yuu aeo fit, or ou tan
rt-ier wmnu you piwue to
'With Ileamlsb, corner Third and Market streets,
rropltlntlnc tlir Kvll Spirit ami the Ureal
l)rc"ti of Canton Itlvor.
In the ruined sort of a cotirt-ynrd be
low amateur photography was attempt
cd.but not a coolie could bo made or
hired to stand up before the big camera
on the tripod. Superstition is one of the
contradictions and inconsistencies of
i Chinese character, and, shrewd as they
1 run In i'ln;it!n- nml Imrirniniiiir t
Cumen and penetration fail "utterlv
"ben they come to spiritual affairs. A
Chinaman's prayers and offerings are
all to placate anil appease the evil
spirits, ids hard-headed logic working
out that the good spirits are bound
to look after and kindly help him, so
that the averting of the schemes of the
evil spirits is the real thing for him to
look out. He believes that photography
is an invention of the devil for stealing
away his spirit, and that when his im
age appears on the paper something of
his real bodily self has been taken
away. They have the greatest terror
of losing an arm or leg. or any part of
themselves, and dissection ofter (Tenth
is the most awful thing a foreigner can
threaten them with. With all their
terror of the devil and the machina
tions of the evil spirits, they yet seem
to have pooropiiiiou of the wits of tlieso
infernal ones, as they try to hoodwink
and deceive them by the most childish
and ludicrous devices. The reason of
always putting a screen at the door
way is to prevent the devil from jump
ing in, and the round doors and win
dows, that are emblems of the sun, are
supposed to keep back all spirits, none
being able to pass through one of these
magic circles. At the midwinter and
midsummer festivals all the supersti
tions crop up. Dog meat, which is as
freely exposed in the markets as lish,
or long-net ked ducks, and always with
the biack tuft at the end of tiie tail
left 011 to prove its superior quality,
is eaten at these times to promote
health for the rest of the season. Ono
is sure to partake of the qualities of
the animal whose, flesh lie eats, and as
eat and do meat make them tireless,
brave and enduring, rat meat is believed
to surely quicken the hearing and to
make the hair grow luxuriantly. This
theory is shared by all primitive and
uncivilized people, and the American
Indian has the same belief. At the
midsummer fc-tivnl more noise is made
than at any other time of the year, as
the great dragon of tho Canton river
lias then to be propitiated. He once
dragged a lUhermau down to
watery depths and devoured him,
and ids lien eyes and phosphores
cent body are often seen prowling
the river in search of another juicy
fisherman. The boat population turn
pandemonium loo-c in June and fright
en the dragmi ?it of his appetite by
their gongs and firecrackers, and tons
upon ton.s of I'oiled rice and gallons of
rice brandy are poured into the river
as substitute food. They have a real,
actual fear of the great water dragon,
and they scored a point 011 tho scoffing
foreigners, who dread the horrible,
tliree-iiieh-loiiLr, coal black, hook
clawed Canton cockroach far more,
when a deadly cobra was found on
SliameiMi island. The cobra, or for a
long time the 'what is it," was known
to he on the island, but it hovered too
closely about the club-house and mani
fested itself too late at night for any
one to believe it more than the legiti
mate dragon of bottled spirits. Tho
few night-owls who claimed to have
fcen it cross their paths by moonlight,
or to have hrd it coil itself around their
inkles, were treated as people are
reatod at home when they tell of tho
ca-sorpeut. The American Consul de
termined to settle the question, after
J10 had felt its coil, when he was enter-
ling tho club-houso early one evening.
lin duo course of tune tho intrepid
Ainericaii "Fought his cobra, buttled it
and sv.mt it. to the Hong Kong museum,"
and the' Chiiiri.-o shook their heads
wisely at the piwof that the original old
dragon was sending I'ct .vs"'g after
offenders. -Cor. HI. Louis (Jlobc-Dcyio-crat.
PARIS RAG GATHERERS.
A Well tli'cunljpil Army of Thirty Tliou
hiiml .lli'ii nml M'oiiH ii.
There are in Pan's over thirty thoti
Pand jicojilo who make Ihcir living out
of l'iijr-atlici'injr and liiirrowing in tlio
ash bins of tho city, anil many more
who are dependent directly on the rag
industry. Unlike their professional
brethren in London, they have not
taken to rag-gathering as a necessity
when every thing ol.o had failed. Thoy
are organized and knit together like
any co-operative or industrial society,
and are divided into two great classes
of workers diurnal and nocturnal.
Tho nocturnal breed begin to ply their
work about eleven o'clock. They may
bo seen going from street to street car
rying a huge basket on their back and
with a lantern in ono hand and an iron
hook called a crotchet in tho other.
They walk smartly along tho gutter,
looking keenly about their feet, and
now and then pick up something with
tho crotchet and pitch it into tho hotte
or basket. Thoy stop nt every dust
box, anil after ransacking it to their
heart's content, proceed on to tho next.
Tho weaker and younger members of
tho fraternity work nt homo. Tho rag
gatherers havo regular boats on tho
streets. When a chiilbnior wishes to
retire, ho sells tho good-will of his bus
iness to his successor boforc ho gives
up his medal. Kvery master chiffonier
has a certain number of pickers at
tached to him. Ho pays them by piece
work. Tho daily earnings of tho craft
vary from twenty-five to thirty-seven
jents. Paris Letter.
niankots nnd furs put away well
sprinkled with borax and dona up air
tight will never be troubled with
Dr. J. C. ANer's widow Is reported to Iw
worth sSj.UO.IXU II must bo 11 pluisuiit coin
tort In lliose lio in ntiys k no by forced the
little Mis of bitt rtio down their reluctant 1
millets tn rt fleet tliut tliey were contrlbnt Ink' 10 '
the liappltiCMi of MiiiietJii. I
A ST A H IX Till: DA UK
Sometimes fnils of its mutilcrouH intent. Tlio
Iiisii1uun and dastardly attack made upon t!io
reputation of llo.-tettrr' bionmoJi Hitlers b
persons who neck to palm oil' cheap mid fiery
tonics n. identii ul with it, or "tlio same Hii.iK
tin ier iiliuther niune. ' or "eiiuitlly as kooiI. in
niot instances tenet di.astriai.iy upon the tin
principled tinders upon popular credulity who
itttempt them, enlivening their speculation:"
into ruinous fiiilureK. The It tnrs Is a pure,
wholesome and lliO'Oinrli medicine, iilvp'ed to
the total cure ami prevention 01 f vTiuiilaiUi
bilious remitlei.t, dyspepsia, const ip-ition. lul
iousiu'sti, debility. ner on lica mid kidtiej
t uiibles. Itaeory it.Krcditnt. unlike tlui-.u tn
the imitations of It, is of an aseertninea t nd
ard ot excellence, and while tliey, b renttoa of
their tier properties, rod Itijuriou-ly upon
tho brain and nervous system, of both those
otVHiis ii Is a sedative and im ik'oraivt. Hefuse
all these haruuul imitations.
The Great Northirn Hallway Company of
Kiitflnnd insists that its cnnin- era sliall take at
least nine liours' test bvt cen out) (tuy'a labor
and another us a pi ec ution UK'einst accident.
THi: l'l.YINO llttVK (K I'HACK.
A richly fiotcd (uiverinfc HitiK Dove.
A Dream of Life sciccn ( alendar. An im
ported ideal bead. An imported f Osted
now hceite and a full et of magnificent
floral cards. F tirtecu artistic pieces.
Sent to anyone who wilt buy f om a drug
:ist a box of the genuine Dlt C. M'Lask's
Ci:i.kiikah;i) Livr.u I'iu. tjxice -. ct.
and mail u the ouisiae w rapper fioui the
1h). with cents in Htmps. Write your
address plainly. Ki.k.mino Hitos.. I'itts
A woman in Perry county. Ky . has a circular
hole in one ot her eyelids thiotiKh which she
can see w hen both u cs are closed.
I THIS HAT AII.S YOl ?
Ho j on l.ae dull, heavy hciidehe. obstruc
tion of the nasal pass.isi s. difchaixcs lulling
from the head ii.to tlio tbioa'. nonutliues
profuse watery, and nerid, at otl.eis. tan u.
letiacious. mucous, pm ulcnl, bl mdy and put
rid; eje.sweak, watery, and intlauied, ruinnij;
in the curs, detunes-. liacUinic or co glnnn to
clear the tlno.it. expictointioii or oiicnslve
matter, ton ther with rcabs troni uliei; oice
cliutiKed mid nacal Iwiihh; bi.uh ollin-vc;
8ini 11 and taste inipmtcd; is I Ik t ti sc .-anon
of di. nuss. with luci.tal Ci pitsion. a lue t mi;
foiiKliand general (Kblbtyi If ou Iium- all,
or any considerable nuniln-r ol these snip
loins, you are mll'i rnitc troni Nasal ( i.i .rid.
The ino.o coinplkatcil yourdirc.ise has lie. oinc.
llie Hfcater the number Mid iIimimI of
-, mptniiis. Thou-amls ot ci-cb mu.i ally,
without nianite-tiiin l.alf f the tdmve
sj mpto'i s, result in consuiiiption and i ml in
tlieKfave. No di-ease is so cominon, nm c le
ceptivi.1 anil (tanp-ious. or lc-s imilci-itood or
nidi e uiisil''ccs-tull treated hy ph n ian.
I lie iimuul'acturcis ol Mr. saje"s falnirn
Itemed) oiler, in good faith, a few nl ol s.'.OO
lerti ch o f this disc.it-c whiili the) otiiiiot
ciiu-. The itcniudy is sold b) (Ironists, ut only i
A New York niakc-dcalor says Unit In- has
sold l.OO'J snakes this stuBon, ranini; in iiricis
from 5U to 100 each.
ALWAYS KKI'.r Til H riM'HIt HANI)
Changes of teinjierature are apt to cause
dangerous sickness; in the ftill-lilooded
apoplexy is to be feaied. , "When joti have
a pain in tho head, feel dizv, feverish,
rheumatic or sick nt the stomach take at
once three to ten of UltANliltirrn's Pll.l.s.
Such slight affections are only llie liar
liingerr. ot" disease ( r suddc.i jiros ration,
and the thing to do is to master the
trouble at onci . Neserlet a littlosickne-s
giM the better of ou. Drive it out ol
doors inmieiii itcly. Let there be no om
promise, nlwnj h have w ilh jou a box ot
lMtAM)lti:i u's I'll i.s, and uti ale pre
pared to ligut the worst torm t f sickness
in its incipieiicy.
Tlicte are 7" pttpils, of whom '.ti are boys in
tlu Indian school at Wabash. Intl. Nearly all
of them uro of the Sloti tribe.
The news was received with tho ntino-t sat
islaet on by tlio couiniunili that he bad tenor-iz-il;
but t tie an est of a disease that H sti iiUng
nwa.i a loved and valued life, is an achieve
ment that rdioulil insiiire heart-lelt cralitudc.
t'lillliness, cold cmi eiiiitio.4, rie'iren.ed wpirlta
and oxtrcmely niit-erablo sensatlonr', with jiale,
wuii features, arc tlio results of tho disorilured
kidneyn and liver. Attest llie cuubo at onco by
iiikniK Dr. 1'1.;ioch( ililen Meilical Diseovory.
It is a purely vcgiitablo deteellve, that will
tenet out and ennturo tho uioit subtle lung or
blood disorder. DrnggUtH.
l"lecn tlinusand nino huniUcd nnd forly
beven Ilrilisli poldiern in India lire meinbera of
the Soldiers' Total AbMlnenco AHnuciutlou.
CIIII.DKICX STAltVINC. TO OKA Til
On account of their iniibllitj to digest food,
will llnd n most marvelous food und remedy
in Scott'H i:imilHion of l'uro Cod l.lver
(ill with llviviiiboHiibites. Very I alatubla and
easily diKC'ted. Dr, a. . Cohen, ef Waco, i
Tiiviikl Kiivh! ' I havo used vour h'niulsion in In
fantilu wiiHtini; with (,'ood results. It not only
restores waited tissues, but Rives strength and
increases Hie iinpctito. 1 nni,Kl"d to usj such
a reliablo article."
Senator ltiintiells hue introduced a bill in tho
Ohio kKDlnuio lurivldini; that (uiideiniii.d men
sliull bu executed by cleenieity.
When frnxdu woiuun titrbs deploring
The charms that quickly fade U'.iaj,
What power, the bloom of health roilorinK,
fan cheek tho proKrchi of deea) I
Tin) only aid that't worth intention.
For pains und Ills of snub cie.ci-.iit ion,
T ou-ands cf wmniti clft'ily mcntlon-
TS "l'i(T(f'n 1'Vll'Olitl' I'lVI-CliUli 111.
The piiiwof His rojal remedy. Dr. l'i rce's .
Kuvoriiu 1,'ret.cjip'ion, h but one dollar, iipei 1
lit lor ulUtliow. chronic uibin-iitH Mid wink
. saespcrii)i3f tOTvpnicn. The only medicine
tor uenTOAirdkfcBoId l v diutruisis, u der u
I iC' lrirelptia'inntci; j'rom the niniiufaclur.-rs,
tl.at,Mtuwljl4(givQlBiitifaelion or ii'iiuej re
Mrids'lJis .SjcXKuariiiiti e on buttle w. upper.
ix ior y.l.
ilnion practice in Franco
o coatiiuo -tuoanis, tno l ihis una mo
iniler side! of the floorin; of biiilitinH
.villi a thick coating of linwwnsh as
a .afe";uaffd ngainst lire. It Is a pre
t'onlivo of prime ignition, although il
will not chock n firo wlion onco un.lor
An cxcollont cgfj-protluclng foot!
is ono part torn moal, two parts bran,
two parts ground oats, ono part
ground moat and ono part middlings,
to which mny bo ntldud ti small pro
portion of bone mouU and salt; scald
It ainl feed onrlv in tho iwmiintr.
POR CI.KAN8INO. 1'UItIKYJNO AND
I beiutifyinKtlioBklnof cliildren and Infanta
ana CurillK uiriuilUK uiautfuituK, iiujiiuk, nvrn
and pimply dliif.e of tlio nkii, sculp and
blood, with loss of lialr. from Infancy to old uku.
the C'l'TICL'HA HkmeiiIKH aru lilfulHblo.
C'itici'KA, tiio Kri-at Kkln Cure, and Cl'TI
cuitA HoAl', an txiulilta Bfeln lituullller, i x-ti-rnully,
and ft TICUK IHmmVKxr. tlio new
Illood I urllltT, is
skin una biooa
Bold every wbfA.'w
u fU C3ji a mi
by tiie I oTTKit
DltUO AXIl I'll
Ki-nd for "Haw
rvixl and 'fri
A Haw '
i! planter, ioc.
i-ariii OHr iSKg
According to tha DaugUs (Kim.) Tribune in
(inking th- well for the suijiir-worKs nt that
place a stratum .of live frctcs was struck at
fifty feet. I
llonn's biTTl.v Vkoktaiili: l'u.isarcsnmll
In sixe, siwir-coated. ay to tke mid act di
reetly on the liver. Try them.
far Throat lMetist nnd nusli, 1
use ' llriwn'n llmnchmi Trwhtf, ' l'tlco "Jo cts.
ld onJy i tx.rrs.
.1.11. KIWH.As-nyerniul A nnlyt teal
('hem!!, laboratory. 10ti Urst et., Portland.
Or. Analyses made of all substance". Hatea
for assayiiiK Kvild nnd silver ores il.M. l'ac-
;ea sent by mall or express promptly attended i
to, and i-cturns made 1
In illustration of how fast a popular 1
idea can travel our attention is called to a i
club in Sc dlanil ' hat bus placed an order j
for a large lot of t'ainco Cigarettes, stJit
ing their desire to adopt the brand and
asking to be allowed to compete for one of
the elegant pictures of Langtrv or Then
recently Issued exclusively lor those per
sons who would be one in'a party who te
turii the largest number of empty ii:'
b xes of this brand of cigarettes in lrW.
riCHIM it 'ILbS. ',
SVMnoxs -Molnture; Inteiino itctilni; and nUiiKtiiK,
mist ul i lht; onv by MtutcMng If nllmuvt lu nn,
tlnue tuunir f"nii vhlcti often Mnsl ami ultviatf, i
Iwnnliii; Tory w Skivm;' OiNTMGNr ntniw tin
liciilni: and tiltHNllnp, lieidft nct-ratlnn, aivl In m.iiy I
ctoi remoVLW the tununa It Is timal.) ihrarlous in
curliip all Skin DIvsm-s Hit SWAVNH .V SON. '
l'rounrtuni. Put aildiihi. Susr's (Iisimist can
be obtalniHl of dnifjilst Sou. b luall for JO C i nt.
See Antisctl Ihano advertisement.
Tttv flKKMKA for breakfast.
Its superior eiccllfiicu jirmen In inllllnin of luiincufiit
niurt' than it 'iiiurti r of n century It Is uwil l.y il.
Unileil 8Uti h (ImiTiinient ' r.mlirs il by tlii-lifniKol
Uie l.rer.t l'nlMTslile us the KtmiiKest, luret mul li. .st
I fn! 1 1 if ul. I)r I'ricc's Cicain ILikini! l'nwiler iIik-b not
contain AinnionU,.I.Iin or Alma S..I.1 only In i'-ini.
l'UIl'K I1AKINII I'OWDKlt
kk vohk ciiiiAO" sr. i oris
It currs It IlKI'M atihm, Keen ll.otA, Hulls, l'inipk'S,
Scrofnhi, (imir, I'ul.iirli. Tinnois M.i't Kl.ruin, nml I
Meicurl.il ps'iis. It I n 1 fl- tho lllooil, Kintoms imi
blver ui il Klilneya to hwiltliy uction, nnd niaki'S the 1
(Joinlilciloii llridlil iiuil (Jli ar '
J. Ti. CATES A CO., Proprietors.
I 17 S.-iuHome St.. Han I'riuieiHeo.
catarrh IJ yearn.
The drot)iniH in
lo the throat were
nose bled almost
first days uxe oj
have had no bleed
hit, the .sorrnr.i.s in
entire'; ioiu: J),
f l ill ,, utl 11 ...,
theltoHlon Jiudyct. H AY"FE VE R
A t'rtlc!tlftiiirilitnl Into im:n unntril unit in rioio ilu.
Vrli-e .10 cents Ht ilruifliitH; by mull rt'iflti'rtsl, f cenu
HIV IIIUiriiKlt.S li Warren Htnst. NVwYorlr
FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Sold on Trial !
lnventini'iit rmall. nrullts
Iiiiku. Kind tOu fur nialilinr
lariru lllimtratt'il Catul uuu
with full particular. Stun
GOULDS & AUSTIN,
107 .b IflU I. like Nl.,
T you smoke a pipe? j
v It you ao. take trie
advice of thousands'of
old smokers that have
tried it, and smoke
"Seal of North Carolina"
will find it the
Tobacco ever sold on
this coast. It is made
from three year old To
bacco, smokes soft and
;coo1j jnd will lasfc twice
i as long as the many
cheap imitations that
ff-. i-. fUQ nnarArei-
ar6 UOOCling ZHQ marK6TJ.
Seal of North
you at once see why it has
the largest sale of any
Tobacco on the coast.
yow doalor does not keep it ho will
Get it or you. if ho values your trade.
O I tlflWM ! ii.icii, Ooblur. HucaUh
I'Uikm; Ituntott Oriuii. bunl lntruir.nnU. Ituitt
lock of Kliuut iliulc ami Ikokt lUoiU ut'pllvlt
Kwteru 1'rtom. MATT1IIAJI OKAY VO Wi l'ol
btrviit, Un YwdwQ
!ssSV PERFEST MAOSgJ
64 WAYS 1
SARSAPAEILU, YELLOW DOCS,
! Xodiclo ol B-ol.iiws-
Hog Cholora and all
Disoasos of Hogs.
CVGESF.RAL VIRKCT10.XS.V3 freely
in tlio beg swill, lftheywlll not eat drench
with milk into which a unall quantity of
tho Oil is put,
Sold by Druggist! and Dealers Einwficrt.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. Md.
Ai.Cls3L CATAlAMii n OITASH
Tlio Finest and most (V.np'eto Sli o CaU
loquo ever published iut'.so Uu.ted State . It
w ill enable you to buy your footwaar as intolli
gently and profitably as though yen visited
our store and personally made your purch.iso.
Sent Frco to any nildvesa. Sand
foe it now to
Or. Spinney &GoMffi.lS;
y oimc MEU :S.i:r
c-ction fhonlil nnil tl.eniM'Ui m i t o -r ti".iti ".t.
1'iiMtivi' eiire uimraiiti'i'.l .n pioivn c, ;.V l.ilm,
li i iiry nml , iutimi! Ii . m all uiumtiir.d lim
r a.fcVn, liroi.ijitty and onlely clircil.
f 1 1 D D LE- A G E D M ENtfti1?":
"f" ,(t Ki.lnrvi or Plnilii.-r, Weak il:o U. N. r. i
J". till v. MuMinir nt liximl iitreutfth, cto.. mini
aivl r -ton'. 1 1 li. ulihy u'or.
.N, II. lVrnuni uimlile to vlnit us ninr be ti-ati'il
m IP" rh imen liy jrri'Biinnili'nr.i. il.'ilii mi. nnd
ifruc'ioi s 1 1 in by in.iilorexiirciiii, Ciir.i.iiltiitlJii
Uenil l eeiitu in i-tutniiBlur ,li i miiiij Muu'i
' itcml or nulilv to . eiiioelw.
'reinlnn.s. 2'i,i0 In ue.
jeuiH ..t:iiilii-uil. i iv
il hteul Tun nir lie-
live, In uo In ii oil.er rimm, !j wiileli i.ur rum
t.oiil In lunu 'JO j ears, p"iil for li o ; not alb-"tei'
i elltnuto. Xo woiiil to split, bn n , sw oil, sluiiil.
I'taek, doeay, or wear (nit; vu yiwi'inlee it. Tie
tint, lliwwooil 'uei, a (.tiliuci, ili'mlili' ii- enun"
. tin:i; liiiui-t itory 'n(; tlio 1'aniinn ANTI'.i'l 1.
'nil or write tor f'-itiilou'ii-, trie. T. M. AN'i'lMI I
I AN'O CO., Jl iniifai tuieri, Cihl rellows' Hull, Jlnt
i i't mid S'.'M'iit" streetH, San 1'iaurn o.
and i;kci,ma rio.v.
M.vlc liy Han lViuicifoo Pool i 'u Wtijkn, Kln-t imtl
i tnt(ut H'rt . M r Semi f"r il'-erl 1 v I .litii.l.
To8 ii I'iy, SnmplcH worth VWVM
Llnoa not iimlcr tlio Iidim- ifec - n.'o H as- i
urt'ti'ii Siivtv lliri v I Int. in it I . ?I iM lt
. rir .,, ic.ii nni-i.,M,ii.
i!- !""- t;...'""?';::
& HttSLTaEa C'uttluu. M00DY&C0., Umciunati. 0.
fl(LD GORES AND ULCEUS ' '
' rU-l'linK mrcU ..l II I.l N'.i t I.l i lilNXr-U.l I. Im .i
ill. J'yMall.lu .MndnliyJ.l' Mltu, M l'mil. :itin
Jacobs & Co.,
.MiinuriicMi.tr.- ami 1 ml" 1 1 m f
Ladies', Clnhlrcii's ami Infants' Wear.
Iltt Ucnriii'.v Street, s. r.
Illustrnled t1,-ital(i;ito4 tout flee on npillenlon
t.1.n.r.rMirfiiriitiTissiBMrMistiiisiisiiiiiiissiswini r"iiffsHnW" r"
General Agent for ADVANCE Threshers and Engines
i;t immussi: stoc k or st ii:.tnit iiauiuici.
' OAS t S'l.E .IWE.VIt, ft? $1 nml Sl.JO per mlt.
l.tct dcsi.'H'i In t'Ettl AI.t: SHUTS, thrco latct
s )lo collars ainl 0110 pair Culls, $1,8.) each.
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
232.-Kearny St,, near Bush.
JtST Send tor lllu trite.l ( Val mo.
Tho BUYERS' GUIDE is
issued March and Bopt.,
i each voar. It in an oncy.
Jclopedla of unoful infor
'mntlcn for all who pur-
ciuibo tno luxuries or tlio
nccossltics of life. Wo
can .olotho you and furnish you with
nil tho nocossary and unnecessary
nppllnncos to rido.wnlk, danco, Bleep,
cat. Ash, bunt, work, ro to church,
or (day at homo, and in various sizos,
styles and quantities. Just flguro out
what is rcquirod to do all thoso things
COMFORTABLY, and you can mako a fair
cstlnmto or tho vnluo of tho BUYERS'
GUIDE, which will bo sont upon
rccoipt of 10 conts to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Michigan Avouuo, Chicago, 111.
: V i'iia
I'erfcet drccllcti nreomplblicd
li-tniiM'f Ki.li'iN r.lftlo Vcro
m tu. lo ) '1 .U U .indi-rfiit
H Uet. oity ouif Slek lli-iid-
fiolir, Uyijwi I'l.lniliKe-tlon,
a. a 1 1 1 11-. it.fj.. of thv. Llier
and Mi Oi...h.
- T'.oi'l'.wfn.'rPyTrploies result
J jr.. l t ..e.i.s ot t .o l)i' ' (0
in :t'!: (mt tpntiott, .'leml
net. ,)'!!, 'loirHLirr, It if
Tiiit ill'. I'ltli.X.'vuneu, f- in
S;.i'..ii I, 'onti'dTo'iuo, ol-
I wmi'.-s of Sl.tiit l'nln ii tho
u s ('., . j:):i)'iiid;ticVtcr
j t'l.i 'o i iIJji 'v.ll Ireo tho .i
in' nil t:n") ! ! rifiyot'i r dls
W o-e". .x 'I'lyr. ) .Hiiijar-coated,
M i . y pin'il:f o.iKy t" tnS.r. only
i. -.o l i.l H ileiii, but. ithcd Avltli
M'"i"urfi'l r. ilty, tir('!y vcKc
t.ib'.n In lr ' ''ii riou.Kli'd from
vet'' t: Vi'S i-'iilscn 'r-! i l'a) ir-
k V-.. i.J;.
nte. i" ! J.le-.Vi.. Try l1'"- . orco
it 'i.l ui-vx ,t tutor v "t vli' . cum
ii" mi ili m. l'ri. o Q cnls ii
i. i, ' t !lvo Tit M.u Ail dr.'.:-
yNt- or vi. t l v inn'! for en-Ii or statin Ilr.
ilolib'.i oool; i.t tl i lid iu'o.- nation Hriw l'reo.
I'CSB'f? Mrr",,r'- co , F
Ills 13 lmsuivcn unlvcr
Ml Kntlafnctlun In tha
cureot (lonurrlnrA and
llleot. I preacrltieltand
feel sfe In recommend
lint It to nil Miffcreri.
' Cnrei la '.01:
, luvs x'
yOntriiilMit nm lo
Mf Joel r ty lh
Etaaj Cherr.ltil Co.
Hold by DruKsists.
Tiio Oregon SrOr.t'.ona! Bank,
t-.i i i i , j i i ii i ii,.
Ti .liuc'n llenoul ltinVu c Jtih .
AlifttUNIH I.i iir.iiibj.-.l mIuhm
SI I IJS I.XL'llANfll',o.iK..ii rr.ncinMniKlXew'Vort
AMAul.'S Cobl.t'l't'lnm 'm lmi.iul.ln t"ni6.
'VyOt 11 DkMHiI.UIUT , "".!) It i '.:iKt.B,Jiu,
iJl U i it . 'm I'lotVtV.
l V. HIIF.RM.VN (.Win,
A joiipi; ni.in 'S .m' if" old. 'villi ii . earand a
u,tu.vv , n. .. .. t.e',..d.-,,K.,,.c. ,tj
a iHitioi.. Hpial.i l.iKlill. (iilllilli Hlld
I' 1, ii .1 ,.i ,.C v..,., ..u V., i, in ..nilii
. ii it. i- rupee!-11. Addrehh '.('. II., caie Palmer
Key. I i.nbniil. Dr.
"0 1 llllll u'"ln I'.i.i 'l'i-imli uuil every Ktiiln of tmls.
OltluU iii.ni: ki t.fUi i. ii una in Mlmlem ltoiiertluii,
Mkiiijlr..,i..t! tin- m l ii'iitl tfiil snd only retlly
ti'iiiul. no t i'et rt:i,i r(rr j.rniluteil n r i'ltlfjlug
in iii'MM ' K Hi 'oiin. pli iJnii. riiiiiiihic Un, "Jiibunj,
triVMiHi . ul. lili nt ' ni.it rn' ;lmi.iw of tlio Ma.
I -ihI Hiitl eiiinr- In i .it. .it uorjniy nnd Mih
i., u -(.lii n I dr l'W i' so cam pir isiuin.
w- Itn mul Hi. ' a;uu
t "i I lllu
.enir. I l-f W
rac: 23 era
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