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GOING OUT AND COMIN'IN.
doing out to buy us clothing,
Ooinf; out, the bills to par:
Coming Id so very slowly.
Coming In each working day:
Qolng out from us no easy.
Coming In. so hard to in.
Ceaseless stream or little pennies
Going out and coining In
Through the many wants f homo I
Vrom beneath our btuublo cot:
To the butcher and the baker
Where the meat nnd bread are bot.
From the old and much worn wallet
To the cruel world of greed;
Going out with sighs nnd sadness.
To supply each family need.
Through the wants that crowd us d.
Through the bilN that must bo m.
Through the many ueedsof chlldrc
Where the family's growiog yet;
To the busy world about us.
With Its heartless woe and sin.
Restless stream of little pennies.
Hushing out into the din.
Coming hack so very slowly.
Though wo try to toil and save;
Coming to the dear old homestead.
Coming in to keep us bruve;
Weary, nro we very often.
Weary, when wo try to win.
From the world the little pontiles.
Which are slow In coming In.
Going out to pay tho tares.
Coming in our hearts to checi ,
Going out to pay for schooling,
Coming In to family dear;
Ceaseless stream of little pennies.
Which we find so hard to win.
From the doorways of tho homestca
Going out and coming In.
Cultivation nf Hoys.
There aro as a rule plenty of Ixj on
tho farm, but, as tho IowaStato Hister
said recently, their cultivation fre
quently sadly neglected. They a not
cultivated in a way to niako thcitcon
tented and successful fanners. fa
thers of tho boys on tho farms not
sufficiently tnko them into their Dnfi
dence, to consult them about all the
farm operations and givo them tfcel
they are partners in all that isjnc.
Tho father should also, when ha.se. his
hogs, cattle, horses, or any of tho ops,
Bit down with his boys and tell all out
tho sale, the amount received, and)m
paro tho cost and profit of ono cla ol
farming over tho other. Show tliei by
figures what it costs to raiso wheat nd
corn, as well a3 what amount of cornnd
grass each animal eats during his lifcnd
what eacli brought in tho market. In
this Way boys will bo cultivated to
thinking, intelligent farmers, insteaof
Then tho boys should bo consulted vn
to do with the money received froniie
crop that their joint labor has produdi
Tho father can point out to them u
debts havo to bo paid, what tho ili
ties of the family for food and clothj;
will require and how tho balance al.l
bo invested whether in buying me
land, laying a foundation for improl
breeds of stock, and what it shall bo. i
this way report all of tho operations, t
samo as 3011 would to partners in bu
ress. They are partners, and they shoi(
bo niado to feel that thoy aro truly pal
ners in tho work, and partners in dire
ing all of tho operations of tho farm.
Some Dates of Kastcr Sunday.
Thomas Cunningham, of this placi
who is a eorresnondincr inoinlipr of tlJ
Numismatic and Archajological societv' nected with tho engagement and wed
of New York, possesses, among his mamsdi"S fingers. My lady wears tho one
other "curios." a complcto filo of Phin' vvith anticipation and tho other with
ney's Almanac from 1803 to 1887, inclu Prido- As long as tho world stands the
Bive.the publication of which was stopped llooP of Kol(1 will possess a significance
in 1887. In looking over them one i, which no other personal ornament can
struck by tho variety of dates on wliichliavc- T- C- Harbaugh in Pittsburg Bui
Easter Sunday occurs, every day in the'''-'11,
month of April being represented except Wasiilngtoii' Jump.
tho last five. Throughout tho filo it OC- , Ktnrv i told nf Wnsliinc-tnn mnkine
curs five times on tho lOthand five timesa famov;g jump for n xvifo during his
on the Iflth of April; four times on eachV0lltlli .. wa9 riding, so tho story
KHI nil iw.ll Wl ;ijrill, 11141 tlllli;aiJl! Ltl 1 y () HC
tho 1st. 2d. 11th and 12th of April, and'.OCSf 'aon
four times on tlieiilst of March; three?.',',' wlcn
times on tho -1th. Oth, Oth. 7th. 8th. 10th,Liru estilt0 aml tiin a crowd on the
13tli, l ltli ami 22d of April and tho 2,th lnvn ho askcd t,0 caU50 0f tho gather
and 28th of .March. April 2.-), 1880, being U IIo was toj ti1!lt a jumping match
tho latest and March 22.1S18, tho earliest a3 progress, and tho prizo was the
dates on which it occurs. Eight dates in aml of tho farmer's daughter. He
March aro represented, viz.: 22d, 23d, ool;ei OI, for n tilno at tho different
20th, 20th 27th. 28th. 30th and 31st. mnpSi ailci filially asked if ho might
Utica Herald. u)t also m, hig b;ill Tho host con.
Tho ingenuity of tho women of London
id Paris in inventing new dissipation ia
and Paris in inventing new dissipation ia
without limit. To tho morphine habit
tho devotees of sensationalism havo now ud ,nado tho llcxt uest jUIupi and who
added tho practiro of smoking tea cigar- was evijetly her lover. Ho resigned
ettes. Special grades of tho finest tealli3 ciaim to tho lady's liatid in hia rival's
aro used, and the ellect of tho cigarettes fuvor niMi it i3 said that this lady after
is said to bo delightful for fully an hourtt.ariI recalled tho circumstance when
after ono has been smoked. After that ,, laet him at ono of hi3 presidential
comes tho it-action in tho form of a ner- iCvccs." Cosmopolitan,
vous trembling and excitability, but ,
which is subdued, according to a woman Making Out a Prima 1'ucle Cue.
of title, who rather goes in for all these Ilero js a yani about tho iucorrigiblo
tilings, by a thimbleful of frozen absinthe. mall boy wllich j heard yesterday. An
Thus by industriously ringing tho changes, Aibany woman was telling a Bingham
on morphine, tea, cigarettes and absinth;, ton woman who was visiting in this
with a few intrigues, somo scandal ail cit of lho rapidity with which rents
a raft of whito hot French novels, tie vvero shooting skyward in Albany. Tho
woman of society manages to worn rjinghamton woman, after listening
through tho day. 1 wonder if tho Amef, awhilC( began to tell of tho Binghamton
car. girl s great success abroad is not dtl rcat3t Then her small eon interrupted
to her naturalness and health. -Londa her. just as sho had finished telling what
Cor. Philadelphia Ledger. sll9 I)aid ,)er montll , ninchaniton. bv
A Snako Vein.
What was known as tho Sullivan Fall
mino is now only marked by a pilo ol
broken rock; but in the days when men'i
brains wero fired by tho glittering pros
pects of untold wealth it seemed a bo
nanza and assumed corresponding pro
portions. Ground was broken there ia
winter, and tho finst thing that wai
struck by tho prosjK'ctors after going
down through tho frost was a vein of
snakesl And such snakes! There were
tiny Infant snakes that had just been
ushered into this sinful world; there
wero httary headed old grandfathers, and
uncles and cousins, mid aunts! There
wero black snakes, and green Bnakes,
and yellow snakes, and every color of
tho rainbow snakesl Thero wero thou
6anas in tho colony. It wasn't a very
good payl"K vein; but somo of tho Maine
gold minus ii.dn't mn nut bo well as this,
eun. Lewibton Journal.
Mabel Thro goos Mr. Goeasy with
that dhwimtod Jack Lushington; thoy
fcfcm inseiKirable nowadays.
Alice Yos; they do soem like fait
frie.iJi Harvard Lampoon.
ABOUT OfMNbtR RINGS.
3oraethitig About tin Customs of tlio Put
mid Present In Their Use.
Tho famous Dr. John Thomas, bishop
of Lincoln in l"o3. inarrivd threo times.
On tho occasion of his fourth espousal,
ho put this motto on his posy ring:
If I survive
I'll make them five.
History does not tell us whether tho
fourth Mrs. Thomas approved the scnti
mcnt, nor whether the much marrying
bishop lived to carry it out.
The motto rings of today aro patterns
of the posy rings of several centuries ago.
Tho inscriptions are, of course, moro
modern, but the sentiment remains tho
same. Of late society has gone back to
the real old Huglish posy, nnd the hands
of our American belles aro being adorned
with rings that carry tho satno mottoes
that graced them in King Hal's time.
There used to be a custom in Homo
which made tho bridegroom send the
bride before inarriago a ring of iron to
show how tasting tho union ought to be,
and the frugality they wero to obse:vo
together: but by and by luxury crept in,
and the iron ring was exchanged for one
of gold, which chaugo doubtless delight
ed the Roman ladies.
Numerous superstitions aro connected
with the ring. The English and French
ladies of the times of tho Crusades slept
with their pillows whilo their lords and
lovers wero away fighting tho infidel.
The custom was supposed to produce
pleasant dreams of the absent ones, ant
the rings wero believed to bo talismans
of safety. Tho Scotch lass who looks
through her betrothal ring threo times
on tho night before her marriage is sure
to seo visions of tho happiness in stotv
for her, and tho Greek girl who finds a
ring will marry beforo tho year is out.
Tho women of the uncivilized countries
adorn their fingers with clumsy rings of
Iwno and metal. Not satisfied with tins,
(hey wear rings in their eavs and through
1 he nose. Gypsy women aro fond of
rings, sonio of which they clait possess
Of courso there is nothing in the so
called invisible rings. Wo aro told that
tho famous circlet of Gyges rendered
the wearer invisible when tho stono was
turned inward, and that tho ring which
Otnit, king of Louibardy, received from
tho queen's mother, always directed the
owner tho right road to take in traveling.
There is a legend that a knight's daugh
ter onco found one of theso invisible
rings 'on tho day "beforo her wedding.
Charmed with the beauty of it, sho put
it on and woro it to tho altar. After the
ceremony sho happened to turn the
stono inward, when lol tho princo saw
her vanish, as it were, and rushing from
tho palaco ho was about to throw him
self into tho sea, when ho was checked
by tho brido discarding tho ring and
calling him by name.
Tho custom of wearing lo'cks of hair
or pictures in rings has gonoout of style.
Tho poisoned ring is no longer made, foi
wo havo got beyond tho days of tho Bor
gias and tho Medicis. It is generally be
lieved that Hannibal killed himself with
poison which ho had long carried in a
ring made for that purpose, and Demos
thenes is said to havo worn a poison
Tho truo romanco of tho ring is con-
tho Potomac abovo George
hn ramn to tho liousn of a
;en tea, anil wasnmgton jumpcti iartner
ilmn tho farthest. As
hat tho C0UnteiianCe
Uld that bho iookod
As ho did so ho noted
nf tlin mnidon foil
iml that bho i00ked rather woefully at
remarking: "Why, that wasn t for a
month, mamma; that was for a day."
Soth tho women laughed at tho boy's
dea, but tho littlo fellow kept right on
ad paralyzed his mother by adding; "It
nust have been for a day, any way, bo
ouUo tho man used to como overy day
fr tho rent." Reports sayeth that tho
to Binghamtou woman collapsed.
Ono Wuy to Clear tlio Score.
Two geiitlumcn wero walking on F
6tpt recently when ono said:
f Lot's cross tho street. Thero comes a
tin to whom I owo somo money, und I
o'n't want to meet him."
'Does ho dun you?"
"No; that's tho worst of it. Ho never
peaks of it."
After thoy had crossed over, tho debtor
alked somo distance in thoughtful si
iiue. Then he ha id, H-riously;
1 wi.h that man would get mad about
unid go at mo with a club. 1 can't pay
fin tho money, and 1 with he would
rafch iu llkJ fury and settle the matter
4tliut 1 wouldn't over I "j afraid again to
jbet him " Waiiiuiislon I'oit.
I The most mlnful way may be the riiiht one.
' but it Is not the light one because- ills the most
A Piece of llr ."Iln
A Indv eorreoondent has I
"""I want toctve n piece of my mind toaoer-
Inlll elnx who nlileet tn nilvi'rtlllie. uheti it
coits them iinytliliii; tlil won't eot them n
cent. I Min'erod a iIviiir tlenth for neatly two
years with hendache. backache. In pain Mainl
ine or u alkliiir. H K'liiR literally dtairired out of
exilence, my misery liieren'ni ny iiriiKKlnp.
At lat In despair, I eotnmltted the sin of trylntf
an advertied medietue, Dr. Tierce's Favorite
Prescription, and It restorel me to the bleed
nes of minl healtli. I honor the physlrlau
ho, when he knows he can cure, has the moral
courace to ndvertie the fact." The medicine
mentioned Is iiunranrrl to cure tho-p delicate
diseases peculiar to females. Head printed guar
antee o ii bo 1 1 1 e-w ra ppe r.
For all deraiiKemeiitsof the liver, stomach and
bowels, take Dr. l'ierce's Pellets, tine n dose.
White Elephant of Slam, Lion of Kng.
land, Praifon of China, Crnsn of Swltacr,
land. Banner of Persia, Crescent of Kgvpt
Double Eaitlo of Hussdn, Star of Chill, Tlio
Circle of Japan, liar)) of Erin.
To Ret these buy a box of the genuine
Dlt. C. McLANK's Cin.KHUATKll LlVKll
Pills, price ! cents, and mail us tho out
side wrapper with your address, plainly
written, and -l cents in stamps. o w ifl
tiien mall you the above list with an ele
gant p.tckagu of oleographic and chro
Flkmin'o Bnos., PirrsHnno, Pa.
He who is never Kiillty of follies is not so wise
as he imagines.
Senator Kduard V. I'clly, New York, writes'
".-tatk or Nkw York. Sknatf. Chamiikk,
"Al.lUNV. X. Y., March 21. l.v7.
"Some weeks-ngo, while sleigh riding, I
was upset and thrown with great force on
the road. My left side and shoulder were
much bruised and l sutl'ered great pain. I
tried various external remedies without
avail. Forttumtely a friend brought me
four Allcock's Ponus Plastlhs. I put
two on my shoulder and two on my side.
In two hours the pain diminished and I
slept well that night. I was very much
better the next morning and continued to
improve for four day., when I found mv
self completely recovered. It is astonish
ing how quickly Ai i.cock's Poitfs Pi.as
ti:u relieves the soreness and swelling."
Wo salute more willingly an nciiiiaiutancu In
carrlKu thuiwi friend on foot.
KroiichltlN. For lionn-enoss and Sore
Throat, "Brown's Hroncliial Troche ' nre a
Tho country is flooded, with poorlmltntionsof
"Seal of Xoith Carolina Pliitf Cut t-inokint,-Tobaceo,"
Old Time tSmolrei'is
Who know a good thing when thoy see it,
cannot be fooled by a poor iniinitntioii of
the well-known "Seal of North Carolina"
Plug Cut. Tobacco.
Hear in mind flint the. genuine "Seal"
costa you no more than the. many trashy
plufi citts that8ome dealers carry.
See that you get tho Seal of North Caro
lina, and you will smoke no other tobacco.
Koine vears aKO T was thrown from a horse In
MeLemii.ii county, anil received u irlRhtful wound
on one nf my Ii'kh. I' or more than a y.ur I wai nn
ulile lo walk. Tue wound ulcerated and refused
to heal, unit every one thoimht I would havo
tosii unit tn amputation. H.S.S. was recniMineiided,
und I used It l'reelv, anil I Bliall never get through
UianklnKH. H. S. fiir savliiB my let?, and restoring
me to perfect health. (Uim.anii Wn.so.v,
l'lili'Klinc, Texas, July, 21, 'M.
feiul fur treatise on lllootl and Kkln Disease;
mailed free. NWI I'T KPKC'I l'IO CO.,
Drawer .'I, Atlanta, (la.
The Celebrated French Sure,
Is sm.n os a
OUAI! AN TEE
to euro a u y
foim of iiei'Mius
liseiie, or mi)
dlMiider of tho
Kiiui. of either
kt wliptlii.r nr
BEFORE Ihlnir from tlio
exiwlio use ol SI Itniilants. 'lnhiieco or (inllim
nrthioiiKli youthful iudiseietlon, over indillK-i-ui'c,
tic , Hiii-ti as I.fHi)( itialn Power, Wakeful
nes, lleaiini; down Pains in tlio Hack, Seminal
WcakncMi, HyMeila.Ncivims Pinst ration Nudum
at KuiIkhIoiik. U-ucorrhrra, Dlzlncss, Weak Mem
ory, Ixivs n Power and Impoteiiey, which If no
elected often lead to )iieuiiiliireolilni;eiiud insaii
iiy. Price 11.00 a lxix.C boxes for J5.U0 Sent h)
mail on leeeipt ol pi ice.
A W It I I'T i: N ( II A It A NTH H for every 5
order, tn refund the. money if a I'oriiiniieiil
cure In lint ell'ected Thousands of teMlmniilali
from "Id and youue, nf both m-xoh, periiianeiitlji
cuied hv ArilitoniTlNK Circular free Addrest
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WKKTKIIN IIIMSI II
jiox iT pom i. sn. or
Bold by Htrelblt; A Law, I)ruia,'lt. cor. Bee
ond and Wiuhltmlon Ht., Portland. Or.
Smith's Oath Store, 418 Front Bt., 8. F., Oal.
Unjeit general dcalen weit of the Mluliilppt
River. Dry doodi, Notioni, Hoiiery, Under
wear; Wall Paper, Stationery; Blanket), Be4
dlnr; Booti, and Bhoei; Canned Good), Dry
IntlU; Wooden, Tin, Crockery, Olau .OranlU.
and Hardware. Meat, FUh, Prorltlon), Honey,
Qrara, feed, Groceries, Pure Hplcei, Beed), Bv
ani;DruEi, Medecinei; Clock), Ammu'nltloa,
Rubber Good), Tent), and quantities of otbav
food) at loweit price) for Cash only. Bend 3 a.
Ump for full hit by flnt mall, and learn how
to lire cheap and well at small coit ; S3 years U
hoslneu; Customers la erery County weste
waa&ocky Uoontaini, and maay tlMwhaa.
miixurcTrmc PNRI IRH
OrlUl. lt, ! '' 1
- At llrurffltt. Acvrbt
.... . tl... I a t iii. la LLtL
t.l Uiioff. lbk wrspi'St r Jncr
iiui f.UNUrfrll. S.u4 -lc. (uiul Kt
niuuwi tul "Hellef fur l-jtairV l'
I.,f.. ... ..1 m uilL lO.OOO tUlU
i.nruVolADIIt'k-tv.,,'t uu!.,, ..
N. I'. N. U. No. 888 -S. F. N. U. No. UC5
r - m
What wulptim' l ton blockof marble educa
tlun is to tho soul.
HOW I S.l'.l 3IV I, It'll.
I was taken -sick while at the dinner table
with terrible drstrcss in mv stouiaeh. Before
this I had been hearty and stroiiB. For fourteen
days 1 kept KCttltiK worse, despite the efforts of
two doctors. I lost forty pounds, and was sail,
tied that 1 could live but a few davs. My trou
ble was stomach and l.iver Complaint, result
iUK Ill nil attack of bilious colic. At tills time
I saw Ilr Havld Kennedy's Kaxorlte KenuMly, of
Uoiidout. N. Y , advertised, and sent for a ImiI
tie. I also sent for ni.vphslclau, and told htm
that I was roIiic to try the Kavnrlte Krincih.
He examined It and told me to use It three daxs
and let him know tin result. In the three days
I walked four miles. Dr. Kennedy's Favorite
ltemedv lias saved my life. W. S. llltier, Slate
Mills, lioss Co., Ohio.
Dlt. Kcnmkiiv'.s Fa voittTK Kkmkhv, made at
Kouudoiit, N". Y- l:'forl5.
Send for Imok, how to cure Kidney, l.iver and
Help sotnelKidy VNorse oil' than jonrself, and
.on will Itn.l that jolt are bettor otf tlutn yon
Students, Teachers (male or female). I'lcrtry
nieti. and others In need of chaiiKe of employ
ment, should not fall to w rite to II. F Johnson
t Co., left' Main street, itlehiuond, Va. Their
treat success show s that they have cot the true
Ideas aNnit makiim' money. They can show
you bow to employ odd hours profitably
NoibiiiK is so secret but time und truth will
It aflllcted with Soro Kyen, uho Dr. lHa.-kC
Thompson' Kyu Water. DniifKlftH well it. 85c
Iggr PEBFECT Mg
n,.,l l.v fh I'lill.nl Utnti's (Invrrimietit Kndorseil bv the heads of the (irent t'ulversltles alld
Public Food nalvst8 as the StroiiKett, I'urest and
p.,M-,i,.r ,1iu.m mil fiiiitnlii Ainiiioiila. I.lnui or Alum.
Vanilla. Lemon, Oranui. Almond, ltose, etc, do not
PRICE BAKINC POWDER CO.. Now
Dr. Spinney & Co.axffi
NCDlfrt IIC Doolllty, Loan of Visor, f'eintim.
Eln VWU3 Loancit. nk itoniory. JJosiiou
dency, 4:c duo toexci'SBesor iibuno, cured.
YfillNtf MCM Mifferlnir from tho effects
T UUilV IVIBng of vunttifulfoll pni I in. Is-
cretion nhoulil nvnll themwive of our trcntmetit.
A positive, cure Kiuirantcoii In every ciiho. Hypnuia,
Urlnnrv nmt vrnurciil Dlnciisa nil unnalurui dts
chargeB, promptly and safely cured.
inse of Kidney or Bladder. Weak Back, Nervous
lobillty, WastinK o( Kexiptl BtreugtU, etc., curisl
und restored to healthy vlk'or,
N. B. Persona unablo to vlnlt ub may Im treat"l
nt tholr hoinoa, by correspondence. Aledlcinea am
instruction) pent uy niauorexpresa. uouauitniiuL
l'n. Bend 4 cunts lnKtumpsfur 'l!a Youug Mun'i
t'rlund or uulJo to Wtullock.
to HH a iluy. Bamples worth Wtf.lR
Jlskin I'ltl'.U. Line!) not under horses' feet,
Writo ItiMUMtr Sure t j- Itclii
Holder :) llollv. .lllch.
HUDV TAflDOl M Oraham'H Depilatory
JulU filbljij. Paste Ik Kuranteed to re
move hair and check Its Krowtli. Il.ffl by
mall. Send He htamp for book "How to be
Beautiful," Mhn. Okhvaim: Giiaium, "Beauty
Doctor," 21 Powell St., Han Francisco.
Ol ulHVlA 1 i HACK. Oablor. HchmiIhI.
IManiw; Banlott Orcuui, band ItutruuieuU. IjatKn
tock of lihuet Mitflo and lkx)k. lluoils aurrlled at
KMtern Prlort. MATTHIAh 011AY OC WZ Toal
Btirtifit, Han Frannt'ir,
I CURE FITS!
I do not mean merely to atop tlieiu for a tlmo and
then liaro them return auiiiii 1 incuii a ludlcftl cure.
I liuve iiimlo the dtseiurf of kith, ei'II.kCsV nr rw
IMi hlciiMMs u llfo-lnnif atiidy luurrunt my ri'uunly
to cure the womt ciiM-a. Ilecayae ntlieni have failed it
no reumm for not no receUiniftt cute. Kt-nd ut onco
hT it treiitiHt! Hiul a lr ImiIIIu of my Infallible remedy.
(litre KireM mid Poxt (lltlce.
II (1. BOOT M O 183PearlHt.. New York.
1 nrescrlbn nnd f till v en
done. 111k t3 as thn only
specific lor the certain cure
of thla disease.
rl TO DAYS.
SUaaranutd doi ul
Aumieruum, im. y.
Wo have sold nig ( lor
muny years, and It has
Urdenly by tba
Inai ChiBletl Oo.
, Cincinnati J
Riven mo uest oi sans-
1). 11, D VCIIK 4 CO.,
ntuHBl.QO. Bold by Druk'k'lsts.
ON KAHY TKIl.MH
Severn! larfre tracts of choice Improved
m whitman county, waHiiitiKum, be.
lollglUK tO W. V. Hurrell, et Ul.,
2000 ACRES OF WHICH
Sown to Whoat and Will Ylold a
40 HuHhel Crop Till Year.
Write for descriptive circulars and
other Information to
i:. v. miAiiii, supi.,
MlK PliKPAltl.ll li HI'PPI.V till
trad'- nh a lull Hut- of I'lrcviorl.". I
crack" la, I Ihk. 1!uIih,ii. Iii) l'itula, eti 1
lunlriiliil i alalutfur luriilalivd on upplicatu ii
A SPECIALTY OF EXTRA EXHIBITION WOHK.
( nrrcapoiideiicc siilli'lted Hlth ( uinmlttceH li
cbvaie of public celeUatioim.
CALIFORNIA FIREWORKS CO ,
li uud H Pine atrt-tt, t.u 1 raucticu, ul
IliHiii-mliii; nn I'iinccii Foe.
"This was sometime a aradox," as l'atnlot
sayv. Since, lHiwever, tlio people of America
and oUier lands have liecn enabled to pit Hos- ,
tetter's Stomach Bltti?s aKallist that unseen foe,
malaria, it Is no leaser a paradox, but an cusy
possibility. Wherever malaria evolves Its misty
venom to poison the air, and decnyhu; unwhole
some vist-ctatiou Impregnates the water, there. '
In the ery stronghold of miasma, Is the aux
iliary potent to disarm the foe and assure elll-,
eient protection. Fever and at-iic, billions re- '
mltteut. dumb acue and ainie cake, no matter
how tenaciously they have fastened their clutch
on the system, an tlrsl forced to relax their
rap and eventually to abandon It altogether.
Hut It Is Its preventative force that should
chiefly recommend tin Bitters to persons dwell- 1
liiir In matarla-ciirsed localities, for It Is a cer
tain buckler of di fence aimiust which the
enemy Is powerless. Cures, llkew se, dvspepsla,
rheumatism, kidnev and bilious allmeiits.
More hearts pine away in secret niiKulsh for
the want of kliiduosM tliau any other calamity 1
I in life.
SURE, SAFE, SPEEDY.
, Panama Sm-inc will alwavs relievo ladies.
1 Pleasant to take. Ouaratiteed to succeed or
money refunded. Once tried ou will never lie
without it. lly registered mall, $1 .hi. send )iostal
note to Panama Specitle Co.,box :fl Oakland,!, al
(!miiiiiiiptloii Mirel) 'nreit. I
To tiik Ktitxou Please Inform our reader
that I have a positive remedy for tho alovo '
iiHined disease, lly Its timely use thousands
of hopeless cases have been permanently cured.
I shall be Rlad to send two bottles of my reiiu
dv ntKK to any of jour readers who have con
sumption If they will send me their express '
ami postolllce ndilress. Uespectfully,
T. A. SIAH'I'.M. M. ('., 181 lVarl at., Jf,
most Healthful Dr. 1'rlce'n Cream llakliiK
Dr. Prico'x Delluious 1'lnvorlllL Kxtracts,
contain Polsonom Oils or Chemicals,
York, Chicago, Snn Frnnclsco.
Tuv (Ikuvka for hreakfani.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS !
Only n fow innntli! ivo theso ronipltifr, rosy-fliceUcd lnffios woro puny, tlull
cnto, lmlc, Hlfl.lv -.'irK Hy tho nltl ol Dr. J'lcreo's world-ftmit'il Fitvorllu 1'ro
Bcilptiou, thoy litivo lilosoiiu'tl out Into beiiiitlful, pliiiuii. hale, liouity, Ktronif
"Fitvorlto rn.prIptlon" U nn liivlronitlii,', rostoratlvo tnnlo and as a
re-rnlaior antl promoter of functional aellou at that etltleal jioilod f ehango
from girlhood to womiinhood. It Is a perfectly safe remedial iifrenr, and cun
prodiiee only rood rtwiiltu. It la eaiefully compounded, bv an experienced and
skillful physician, and adapted lo woman'.: delicate organization. Jt Is purely
vegetable In Its composition and perfectly harmless In any condition of the
ayiiciii. ii imparts wrenoiii to ino wnoio svstem. J or overworked, "worn
out," "run-down." debilitated teachers, milliners, dress makers, j-eamstrcssce,
'HhoiirN," housekeepers nuiulifo; mother, and feeble women generally, Dr.
llercdrt I'ttvorlle I'reseiintion Is the frenlost nm-tlilv lumn. liolnir iiniuiiiulpil na
,1M,.11,i,iMi, 1,.,iii j ,..,..; ..
... .....,i vi,im, ,n, i .-ii,i ,iUvi; iwiiic, 1 1 is inn oiu v meiiiuiiio tor vi Diuen,
sold by druoists, under a positive gunruntee. from the niinnfiictiircrH, that It will
,?' fiat lsfaetion ill every ease, or money will bo refunded. This jruarantce, has
" I""1""-''1 0!1 1I tie-wrappers, anil faithfully carried out for many yearn.
Copyiiaht, 1SAJ, by Woiau's IJisi-KXHAitY SIkdioai. ASSOCIATION, Proprietors.
Tlio cleansing, antiseptic and healing qualities of
Dl'- Saf5' Catawli Remedy are unequaied. 50 cents.
I aaammmamiam ima. aammmmm.a.iatammaaaMaMaM
FOR STRAINS AND SPRAINS.
NEW AND STRONQ CASES.
A Surprise. Boi:oi. Mn., Jam 13, 18SS.
I wlih to Inform you rf r ht I conilder moit won
dtrful. Ynttrdny I tjirnntd lay snklt on a curb
atone and at night could enly itep on my foot with
grtatot pain, sot a bott'o of St. Jacobi Oil and
anpllcd It freely to-dT I am about my builnets
aa nanal without fe.ilsg n 17 Inconatnlrnco.
r A QAYL0RD.
Strnlned Ankle, c -Wat
In ted with 1 r
completely careu by L. .
.d, 0.. Jane JS, 1888.
1 ankle: need cane;
- jt. til No return ol
L. KAN LEV.
At P 1 D uiw
THE CHARLES A. V0GELEP. CO.. Baltimore, Mfl
CERMAN ASTHMA CURE
InstAntlyrelioTca thp most lolnt alUck. and I
in,,r.W. MimlnHll.lA ntnon Kll W 1 ITI 111 . v I
Inietliatn. dlroct and cerlnlo. and a enta la lh
ni.i,i.ivainff nsoii nv innjuitMnn ft in I. m.
rosuu in ail caraiiin cv A slnulo trial con-1
I TfnriMi thn moat akrntlrAl PHmi nH Al rm I
I nf uif driirtfiiit. nr li ml KimnlA limn
ir. lufi nn tMA.i.v.nurm, ai.
BKWAltl--lf you have an Old Sore that needs
htallns, and tliat other remedies have falledto
heai; or a brcaktiiK out or ItchlliR of the scalp
or 1 Muly, or a Boll, Burn, Cut, or any ailment for
which a Salve Is suitable, buy a iVeent box of
Mexican Halve, which is Warranted to
Cure when evcrythiiuielse falls. If not kept by
your dniKKlst send i!.' ccuM iu stamps to J. (J.
Df.mknt, AkL, Astoria, Or., and receive a box
"notice to publishers.
We arc now prepared lodo all kinds of Klectro
and Stereo work In llrst-chiss style at reasonable
prices. ltemenilHT, we have the only foundry
of this kind In the Northwest. We guarantee
all work to be perfect Send us trial order.
PALMER & REY,
Complete I'riutors' Warehouse,
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
- WIIOI.KMM.K AMI Itf.TAIl. Mt lLKIH I.V -
Tit) AM. I. KM.
105 A I7 Second St.. l'oi-t liind. Or.
llltANCIl HTOItKH :
P.lvrrslilu Av , flpokiiu Falls, W, T DI Htata Ht.,Saleni.
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