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DBS. DABRIN'S NEW OFPIOE.
The Dootors Will Mova Prom 235 Fifth
Street to the New Washington
Building December lirst.
OwiriR to the increased patronage Dr.
Darrin has received during his sojourn in
Portland the past threo years, he lias
been compelled to enlarge his quarters,
and has secured four pletmnt rootns in
tho new Washington Imilding, corner
of Fourth and Washington streets. The
building has an elevator, thus obviating
the necessity of walking up stairs to tho
second floor where the doctor's ofiicpt.
are located. The elevator boy will di
rect any one asking for Dr. Damn's df
Ike. Separate reception rooms for la
dies and gentlemen, or any desiring pri
vate consultation. Iteinenificr the change,
that after December first the offices will
be at the Washington Block, until then
at L'.T) Fifth street. Patients comine to
the Doctor, will do well to come direct
to the office before locating themselves,
ns it is necessary in nianv cases to have
them near tho oliice. Patients will guard
against being influenced by any one di
recting them to other doctors. As a fur
ther proof of tho doctor's ability to cure
people by electricity, we mention the fol
lowing names :
Ex-Sheriir A. T. Schoep's daughter,
proprietor Northwestern hotel, corner
Front arid Clay streets, Portland, loss of
appetite, liver complaint and rheumatiu
neuralgia for six months, cured.
Win. M. Colwell, Skamokawa, Wash.,
sciatic rheumatism and liver complaint,
restored to health; also his brother,
Geo. L. Colwell, Skamokawa, Wash.,
was cured of a numbness of the arm.
Mrs. 12. Ahlf, 100 North Fourteenth
street, Portland, cured after nine doctors
had failed, of gainful menstruation and
womb trouble in every conceivable way,
general debility, pain through tho heart
Charles Clirisferman, Portland, Ore
gon, scrofulous catarrh so bad that de
struction of the nose was threatened and
had become so offensive that it was sick
ening both to himself and friends, cured
in two months.
C. McLatmhlin, Portland Catarrhal
deafness, could scarcely hear a sound or
the car bells and was in constant fear of
being run over by wagons, cured so he
can hear ordinary conversation.
Levi Bartmes, Stayton, Or., heart dis
ease, dyspepsia, pain throuu'h tho heart
and lungs, and general nervous debility,
many times he would fall as though
dead, when everything seemed to turn
black before his ejes; successfully
D. Campbell, Fulton, Or., says be
would not take $10,000 ior tho aire he
received by Dr. D.irrin. His trouble
originated by three small lumps or tu
mors coming on tne arm, which ron
deredlhis arm and hand perfectly help
less for one vear.
There will always lc romance lu the world as
low; as titire are youiiK hearts In It. llovco.
TliY.UKiiMKA for breMctapt.
Dcllcutt Children, Xiirxln;
Mothers, Overworked Men, ami for nil diseases
where the tissues are wasting away from the
Inability to dlttcst ordinary food, or from over
work of the brain or body, all sneJi should take
eotl'H Kuiiilstiiiii of I'ure Cod Liver Oil
with Hypophosphltos. "I used the Kuiulsion
on a lady who was delicate, and threatened
with Hronohltas. It put her in such jrood health
and llesh, that I must say r Is the best Kmulsion
I ever used."-1,. 1. M aiiiiki.i,, M. 1)., Hugh's
.Mills, S. C.
SHE NEVER GOSSIPED
A Woman Who Known How to Attend to
Hit Own All'.ilrs.
"No. sir. I aint a porson to talk 'bout
my neighbors." said old Mrs. Gabb
complacently. "1'vo enough to do to
'tend to my own affairs without poking
my nose into those of my neighbors. Ib
ain't any affair of mine if tho llaycrofts
haven't paid their milk bill for threo
months, and they ain't, for I quizzed it
outof tho milkman himself when 1 paid
him my bill; but it's no affair of mine
if they never pay it. I've all can do
to look after my own bills without
bothering my head about my neighbors,
but 1 do think it's mighty small business
to let a milk bill go unpaid. It's most
as bad as tho Greens not paying their
wnsawoman for six weeks, and her with
six small children to support. That
was about tho smallest thing I over
heard of. It's no wondor Mrs. Green
can have a now silk dress every win
tor. Uut don't care how many silk
drosses sho has, and it's nothing to me
If Mrs. Hill has six bonnots a year. I
might have a dozen bonnets a year, if I
wa'n't particular whether they was
over paid for. But if my husband
drank like Mr. Hill drinks I'd think of
something elso besides bonnots. But
trouble of that kind novor worry somo
peoplo. And thoro's tho Snydors.
How thoy can hold up tholr heads
when they know that half tho town
knows certain things. And the Jack
sons! Tho airs thoy put on and but
far bo It from mo to gossip about any
body. I wouldn't stoop to it. I've got
enough business of ray own to 'tond to
'thout gossiping about my noighbors."
An Hair-Breadth Escape.
On tho last day of tho year, while
hunting for my Now Year's dinner, nn
advonturo befell rao which nearly
ulosed my days with the dying year. I
had brought down a buffalo, and think
ing it disabled and helploss, I proceeded
,o mako suro of my Bpoll. I had al
most reached it boforo itseomod awaro
of my presence, when, with a grunt of
vengeful significance it was on its feet.
Instinctively I turned and Hod, pro
renting ray rear to its inevitable on
slaught. A few seconds and its horn
caught mo in tho hip, penetrated sov
urul inches, just grazing the femoral
artery, and sending mo twirling over
head llko a bolt from a catapult. In
my fall I got a couplo of ribs broken,
and thus lay 6tunned and holp'.ess. 1
was aware, howover, of Its approach to
finish mo off, and I closed my eyes
thinking my days woro numbored.
Somo soconds passed, and I was still
allvo. Opening my eyes, I found tho
brute lying dond bosldo me. and then
I fainted away from loss of blood. Jo
seph Thomsou, in Scribner.
A TYPICAL WITNESS.
What Mm. Knnpp Know About nn As
sault ami tt.ittrry Cus.
Thcro is no witness so difficult to
handle as tho ono who insists on on
lightening justico by giving a recital
of somo purely personal matter utterly
irrelevant to tho caso on trial. This
stylo of witness is usually a female,
and tho exasperated lawyers feol ton
years younger when sho stops down
from tho witness stand.
A lady of this turn of mind was lato
ly a witness in an assault and battery
caso which was tried before Justico
Duffy in New York. Sho lived on tho
same lloor with tho Pattersons, who
had indulged In a connubial fracas. It
was thought that Mrs. Knapp's testi
mony would throw a Hood of light on
the somewhat con dieting statements of
tho other witnesses. Mrs. Knnpp,
whoso jaw wits tied up; curtsied to tho
court, smiled at tho jurors, nnd having
been sworn, assumed an affidavit ex
pression of countonanco, and waited
for something to turn up. It may bo
mentioned incidentally that tho wit
ness' husband was in court, and sentod
by tho sido ot tho lawyor of Mr. Pat
terson, who was boing prosecuted by
"Mrs. Knapp, what do you know
about this case?" asked tho lawyor.
"I woko up off and on during tho
night, and my jaw ached so that "
Lawyer "Nover mind your jaw.
Plenso confine yourself to tho assault."
"Salt is no good. I've tried bags of
hot salt until the skin was blistered."
"Please toll what you know about
"Just so. Woll. as I was saying,
when I got up I know I was in for a
bad day, so 1 says to my husband "
"Madam," said tho littlo justico,
blandly, "wo would liko to got at tho
root of this matter.'
"That's just what I was doing when
you spoke. I felt suro thoro was an
abscess at tho root of "
"Madam, will you plcaso toll what
you know about Patterson striking his
"In a minute, your honor. I wns
sitting in tho kitchen holding my jaw,
Mr. Knapp (to lawyor) "That's a
lie. Nothing not oven tho toothache
can mako her hold her jaw. "
Justico Duffy "Keep right on,
madam, and toll what you know about
"Mrs. Patterson carao Into tho
kitchen, and sho says "
Every body now beenmo interested
and lotined forward to hear what was
"Yes, sho came into my kitchen, and
sho says just what your Honor said
put salt on iU"
Justico Duffy "Madam, I said noth
ing of tho kind. Your tonguo seems
to bo liko ono of tho planets. Nothing
short of tho power that started it can
Mr. Knapp "Duffy has got her
down fine. She is liko an old hen.
When sho starts to cackling sho don't.
need any help."
Mrs. Knapp (with a scornful look at
Knapp) "1 walked tho lloor for hours
and hours. Mrs. Patterson says I "
Justice Duffy "Well, nobody ex
pected you to walk tho coiling for
hours. Will you answor tho lawyer's
"Of course. Ain't that what. I'vo
been doing? My husband, who is al
ways full of fun when ho isn't full of
beer, told mo I had bettor como and
Justico Duffy "Seo mo?"
Mrs. Knapp "Yes, ho said I ought
to seo somobody with a pull, and you
hud tho biggest pull in tho ward."
Lawyer "Madam, you can step
Mrs. Knapp "You don't want to
hear my testimony?"
Justico Duffy "No, madam, you aro
not required any longer."
Mrs. Knnpp "Well, this is a protty
how-dc-do. Hero I leave tho clothes
in tho tub, and tho breakfast dishes
not washed, to como hero aud toll you
what I know, and I'm snubbed this
way. It's just outrageous."
Justice Duffy "Call tho tho noxt
Exit Mrs. Knnpp indignantly. r
The Health or Young Wives.
So much doponds upon a woman's
health that I wondor young wives do
not consider it more. Let you physical
well-being bo a chief consideration.
Let nothing dotor you from taking
your dally walk. Have plonty of sun
shine admitted into your house. Spend
ns much timo us possiblo in the open
air. Whllo generally speaking, early
rising Is houlthful, yet If you feol that
you can not get up at tho regular hour,
do not do so. Naturo novor mistakes,
and if she demands another hour of
slumber, you will bo tho galnor by
yioldlng. Have your meals at proper
times. If your husband is detained at
his shop boyond tho regular dinner
hour, let no sentimental consideration
Induce you to wait for 111 in boyond
fifteen mlnutos. By adhering to this,
you will dovolop In him a romarkablo
punctuality. Do not lot trifles rufllu
your serenity. I am satisfied that
cheerfulness does moro to promoto
health than all other efforts. Louls
A marlno sorvant on board II. M.
S. Colllngwood "lost" some oxalic acid,
which was discovered In tho coffeo of
Ids raastor, who, having been nonrly
poisoned himself, compiled his servant
and tho mossmnn to take tholr por
tion, with much howling and gnashing
. AXOTIIKlt FAMILY OUT OF TltOUltl.1.
AM), ASA KKSUI.T, IIAl'PY.
Such a reniatk ns this will always
draw the nttetii n of every good think
Iiir man or won n. We all clexlrc to bo
out of troublo i I happy, nnd when we
rend as nbove, otn hearts join In congrat
ulations. Tide li one of iho many cases
that our heading meets exactly:
I. G. W. Mortley, 53rt Howard St have
been a severe sufferer for years, and have
had the host doctors In San Frmicleo at
tending me, without nny results for the
better. My trouble wns severe nttneks of
nalns In liiy back and chest; hendnche:
loss of appetite, languid, tired feelings;
skin roti.g.i and greasy, and. in fact gen
erally broken down in health. I pur
chased two bottles of your Great Sierra
Kidii'V and Liver Cure, aud alter two
weeks 1 find myself cured from all myall
uients. Mv appetite is line, my pains are
gone my skin is clear, and I cm surely
say I am well, and will ever llimk your
wonderful remedy for my health, and, in
fact, my life. Ve'ry truly yours
G. W. MOUTI.KY
SSH Howard St., San Francisco
"You tiro Mr. Quezccn, the husband
of tho celobrated lecturess on cookery,
aro you not?" "Yes, sir." replied tho
dejected, hollow-eyed man. "1 am tho
man sho tries her now dishes on."
Short on money: Stingy husband
"Hero's an item that says thoro's $.r)0,
000.000 in coin at tho bottom of tho At
lantic ocean." Stinted wife "It isn't
any harder to get at than your money."
Mistress to sorvant "Bo careful.
Bridgot, not to spill tho soup on Mr.
owolldrosser's coat." Bridgot "Yoz
indent worry, mum it'll not sthain.
Suro there's nothin in it but wather."
"I wouldn't borrow trouble," said
a lady whoso husband had mot with
financial difficulties. "You wouldn't?"
"No." "Well. I doubt If I could find
n man who would bo my creditor oven
to that extent." Merchant Travolor.
Mrs. Wigg Thero's ono thing 1
can say of my husband ho nover
swears. Mrs. Figg Aro you suro of
that? Mrs. igg Ho never swears
around homo, anyhow. Mrs. Figg
That settlos it. Ho novor swears at all.
Torro Hauto Express.
"Aro you still taking painting los
sons, Mamie?" "No; I quit yesterday.
I don't liko my teachor." "Why not?"
"Ho has such a disagreeable way of
talking. Ho told mo that if I keep on
for somo timo longer I might bo ablo to
whitewash a feneo." Washington
"1 seo," said Smith, laying down
his paper, "that old man Skinllint has
willed his property to Grogglns, tho
saloon-keeper." "How's that? I sup
posed that ho left it all to his son Har
ry." "Woll. ho did, but that was only
an indirect way of leaving it to Grog
gins." Peek's Sun.
A steam carriago in which coko is
used as fuel has latoly appeared in
France. The driving is effected by two
hind wheels, and tho spocd attained is
about fifteen miles por hour, twenty
eight and threo-quartor gallons of
water being sufficient for a run of
"Don't you think," said a youth,
after working his vocal chords with in
tonso vigor besido tho hotel piano,
"that I ought to go on tho stngo?"
"Yes," replied Miss Popporton, who
doesn't liko him very much, anyway,
"1 certainly do. Thcro is ono that
leaves for tho station just nn hour and
a half from now." Washington Cap
ital. For still in mutual suIl'niKO lies
The secret of true HvhiK!
I.ove scarce Is love that never knows
The sweetness of forgiving.
PHYSICIANS VOS S K XT.
Mrs. timeline C. Ilaiina. missionary for First
Baptist Church, Troy, N. Y., says: "I am only
too (ibid to add my estlmnity to tho ureat value
of l)r. Pftvid Kennedv's Favorite Kemedy, made
at ltomlout, N. Y. It has permanently cured
me of Kidney troubles, Catarrh of tho bladder,
also constipation. I would state that I used Dr.
Kennedy's Favorite Uemedy with tho fti'l con
sent of my phvslclan."
Dr. David Kenntdy's Favorlto Itemed) Is n
sovereign remedy for Nervousness, Ith'Mimatism,
Kidney aud I.lver Complaint, and all the Ills
peculiar to women. It drives the poison from
tho blood aud restores tho patient to the bloom
Dit. KEN.snnv's Favomtk Kemkdv, made at
Kondout, N. Y. 1! C for 5.
Send for bock how to euro Kidney, Liver and
Don't 3IImn a ooil Tlilirsr.
You want nn elegant collection of artlf
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anyone You will be astonished at the
variety, beauty and oddity.
To get these buy a box of tho genuine
Dr. O. McLano's Celebrated Liver PUN,
price, 2o cents, and mall us the outside
wrapper with yournddress plainly written
and ! cents In stamps. Wo wid then
iiin.ll you the above list with art elegant
package of olographic and cliromntl
Andrcss. Fleming Bros., Pittsburic, Va.
Never fear to brlni? the sublimed motive into
the sum jest duty, and the most lutlnlto comfort
to the smallest trouble.
Is a complaint which ull'ecls nearly everybody,
more or less. It originates lu Impure blood,
and is aggravated bv taking cold. Hlsugrecnble
How from the nose, tickling In the throat, oll'en
give breath, pain over and between tho eyes,
ringing and bursting noises In the cars, are tho
more common symptoms. C'a'arrh Is cured by
Hood's Sarraparllla. which strikes directly ut the
cause by removing all Impurities from the blood.
Can be Cured.
"I sull'ercd with catarrh fifteen years; tried nil
Iho catarrh remedies without In nelll. mid was
about to try aj'hange of cIIiiihIc. when I took
Hood's Farsaparllla 1 would not take any money
consideration for the good one liottle. did rne.
Now I am nut troubled any with catarrh. aud
my general health Is very much better than II
has Ucu for years," I. W. I.Il.MH, Chicago, HI.
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lag under tho Professors In charge. The most re
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knowledge and experience. With n Uew of making
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tions of too hospitals, prepared the specifics, and at
though it would cost fro-: $25 to 3100 to secuto tho
attention of their dlstlngu'slied originators, )ct In
this way those valuable nicdiclnos are sold at tho
price ot tho quack patent medicines that flood tho
market and abmrdly claim to euro ovcrv lit from a
single bottle. The want nlw.vi) felt for n reliable
class of domestic remedies U now filled w Ith perfect
satisfaction. Tho hospital ltemcdio) make no Un
reasonable claims. Tho srceille for Catarrh cures
that and nothing else; so ith tho specific for ltron
ctdtls, Consumption and Lung Troubles; Kheuma
tlm is cured by No. S, whllo troubles of Ingestion,
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To theso is added a seeiuo for Kever and Ague, ono
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atul an Incomparable rem?dy for JJen on Debility."
Tlieo remedies aro alt sold on an a!.olutc guarantee
to do what U claimed for them.
A circular describing this new method of treating
disease Is sent treo on application by IIosmAt, Kkm
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If n strange- comes among yon,
And you find him kind and true,
Whv not mention it to others?
They may learn to like him too.
- Detroit Commercial.
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8ii re cure for blind, bleeding and itching Piles.
One box has cured tho worst eases of tcu years'
standing. No ono need suffer ten minutes after
using Kirk's Herman Pile Ointment. It absorbs
tumors, allays tho itching, acta as a poultice,
gives relief. Dr. Kirk's (ierman Pile Ointment
Is prepared only for Pl;s and itchlug of the
private parts, and nothing else. Every box Is
Sold by Druggists aud sent by mall on receipt
of price, H.OO per box. J. J. Mack A Co., Whole
Bfdo Agents, gnu Francisco.
Kvcrybodv must cure for his neighbor's
opinion, wWther ho care for his neighbor or
"Xot enjoyment, nnd not sorrow
Is our destined end or way ;
Hut to act that each to-morrow
Kind us farther th m to-dny."
The sentiment so aptly expressed bv the
poet ought to sound like trumpet to
every siliifiish soul, and animate tliotn to
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cindilion. To all ihise who havo the de
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Johnson & Co., ltlchninnd, Va , and they
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'TIs sweet to stammer one letter of the
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Manv initiate, none equal, "TanslHV
Punch " Atnerica'H finest 8c. Cigar.
I'fiuider'N Orejroii Hlood 1'iii'lllcr Is
tho best remedy f-r that dread disease, dyspep
sia, for it regulates tho lymphatic system and
a Kmv amis a tjitmnt.
ButTorcrB aro not Generally awaro tliatE
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Somo years ago T wai thrown from a horse In
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alilotowalk. Tho wound ulcerated nnd refused
to heal, and every ono thought 1 would Imvo
tosu unit to amputation. H.H.H. was recommended,
anil I used It freely, and I shall never get through
thanking S. H. H. fur saving my leg, and restoring
me to perfect health. (Uur.A.vn Wii-hon,
Palestine, Texas, July, 21, 'H8.
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Tli CliiinitxT of Torture
Is the apartment to which tho unhappy suficrer
from inflammatory rheumatism Is confined. If,
ere the crisis of yaln is reached, that Due pre
ventative, Hosteller's stomach Hitters, Is used
by persons of a rheumatic tendency, much un
necessary suffering Is a, oled. Nervines, ano
dynes aud sedatives, while having none hot a
n specific elTVct, are yet very deslrablo at times.'
Ycl they can produce no lasting effect upon
rheumatism, bocaue tuey have no power to
eliminate from tho blood to rheumatic virus.
Hotelier's S-tomach Hitters does this, and checks
at the outset a disease which. If allowed to gala
i railway, it is next to impossible to 'iisiouge or
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bo remembered. Is a disease with a fatal tin
dency from Its proneness to attack the heart A
resort to the Hitters should, ther, fore, b" prompt
D)spcpsla, kidney complaint, malaria and tierv
ousuess aro relieved by It,
I could smile at the grae
Of my friends couldn't you,
If iu knew t i. r fiom Hen vi a
They stnihd luu k at you'
"pollute Kails Kelew
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glts, under a jf(iit jnmrniifrf that It w 111 bi n- 1
ellt or cure or money paid for it will bo returned, i
In all blood, skin and scalp dlcacs, and lor nil I
scrofulous alleetlons, n is specific.
J.V0 l'ewnrd ollered oy the proprietors of Dr.
Cage's Catarrh Itemed)- for an Incurable ease.
In months of snii so live that months of ralu ,
shall still bo happy.-Whittlcr.
?vf111irvu rf tvnfil.vll lie, llidvlll IIU Tlfipt rtf '
Soap dally, and any It Ih tho best nnd
cheapen!. If they are riaht, pou oualit to
ue it. If wronir, onco'itrf only will snow
you. Ituy a liar of 3 our Krocer aud try It
Drtigijtsts nnd Dealers.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELElt CO.. Baltimore. Md.
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
- WUOLKMAI.lt ANl HXTAtr. nKALKKH IN -
GUNS AND SPORTING GOODS
I ii 1 1 m riubn.
Wealotn AKvntv for
I. iin hi;,,,, s, l!
Hloyelo. Velooippilcs, Tricycles.
10.-,. 1U7 .t Hi! iA Wt.. l'orl limit. Or.
Itlri rnl.lo Av Ciok-iie Kk.Hh. W T . 94 Ptat Ht..S!em
Drop a I'os'al Card
NEW YOIIK AHTCO
'.-ri First St.,
l'ort litnil. lr
We oiler until mhl, to ntlriu t ntteiillou mill
pay cur pnlioux, for seiulliiK iiwh.v, ii iim'h of
ilress plnlils, luowtiN, blue, mill oilleient hiulcs,
full I'd Inches wide, heavy mill stromr, ut 11 cents
orii yunlH for 111 mul IU pieces pUln brown,
Kiiruet ituil other nhiul. i of Cnshuiere, IHi inches
wide, nt Mime price; ill pleeen of urity kooiIn jiuI
plnlilM, lit) lucues wide, heavy uiid utroUKi for
kooiI weur. 11! )nrdv H- These kooiIh hm not nil
wool hut ure Kieitt bnrKHliia ill tltene itl'or(". I'or
nuilliuj' mid H cents per vnrd. In I.Hille.' Hone
wo niter conio white ut lrxs formerly uold nt Mle;
uuhh uched, full kIzch.iiI lOe, lined to brliu' 4-it
dozen rcKtibir; wo huve hlnek, brown nun mixed
nt mine price, but not ") k'oo.l: Mcii'h htrliied v
hose for Mindny wtur, 1 ytt iloi"i up; C'hllil
ren's hose, '.lOe per dozen up. Nnne txtru Imr
Kiilns In Kvnnuie French, nil tiilurt, nnd nil
sizes, "A cents, ined to brliiK 10 tvr dozen, lu
dress buttons, ut nrly every shiulc, wo cmi send
you hi Jit tier dozen, or fOo it wross-two-bits it
dozen iiskeil for them eleewh.'re. We fount Id
mention n woolen Ilnsey In rnl mul bliiek
plnlds mul other colors, ub ut s Inches
wide, nt 10, on', yrtrds for U, Kootl for school
dresses. .Muslins, KiuKhmns, prints. Csntoii;
llitnneis, mid iniiny outer i-'ooiis, teiitiieu nt u
cent n vnrd ubove clost lobbliur prices until
Jim 1, IM'O. (ioo I wnrin Kloves mid mittens for
the North I'ouiitry, nl l.i nun '.'A cent". It wntl'il
dike IU coliinius to hold nil wo want to loll you,
Hut semi for full list. free, mul it will h" sent
you everytli'iiK it fitmlly WAiits to s e. .dlrch
win 1 1 n viihii riitirf, i in riiitiL rti
Nun K in ii el Me o. 4 'ill.
The above Picture JUpretentt
CAPTAIN 8. GREENWOOD,
Master ortbe Sleamstiip Kanawha.
About a year ago ho observed a Btrnnco
churtKU lu hlH feellUfS. llo felt tired In
stead of vigorous: nervous Iintead nf
stroiiL-, Ills appetite beenmo poor and his
tleiiti broken, llo tried to overcome theso
feelint,'", but they wmhl not go. Ho then
noticed pains nnd Irritation in tho water
channels, and that the llllliU passed wcru
often thick and with n ncurn on top or a
brick-dust fedlment nt tho bottom. All
these wero thu surusyinptoinH of that fear
fill disease, Caturrh of tltu IlUdder. which
iini always been considered lncurnblo, anil
thoy continued until thoCniitalu was 111
n terrible condition. Hut ho Is thu plcturu
of health und vlijor to-day, and he owci
It eiillrely to that wonderful medicine,
I! 'lut's Uemedy. Otu.t. Or 'enwood says;
"I am no certain of tho treat valuo of
Hunt's Uemedy, that I alway carry a sup'
ply on shipboard for tho lues of ruymeu,
ami 1 precrllo it whenever tlrey aro ulllug'.
A f tor curing mo as 1 1 d Id, and rcstorlne my
wife, (whom tho best tiliyslclans of Mow
York said was dying of tumor,) to perfect
health, I swear by It."
This Great Iteuiedy nbiolutel eurtt all
Kidney, Liver aud Urinary Discuses.
CI For Hals hy nil Dealer.
O. N. CItirrKNTON, Oenornl Ag-ent
11B lTulton BU, X. Y.
SmIW-vM U tU Uonft Jltnuvt (V, fr-t-
TRADE Staf M"""
JflrvSSrQ RvKIDMEY OLIVER DISEASCS. DYSPEPSIA.. m
ls put nlor eiivUriiiv iiroeti lu miilloni ot honifor
it.ont.) dm b quitter of a rviH irr. It li uod by the
rnllrd hutts OoTerDmrrt. Vi.rWsul Vi? ih) heads of
tl e On at Untret r'llm its the Strong t, Pnruvk an J raort
Ilri-lthttit. Dr Prloe'r C'rrau I'.tV rg Pewder does not
conUkln An ! rn Is, l.lu-e i.t A.nn. bold only In oni.
1RJCI' 1AKI'(- nmilH' o,
NKVVrilK, ClUCAOD VrtANCtBCO
Should Meet the Eye
of any person he would
be forcibly reminded that
the "Seal of North Caro
lina" Plug Cut is the Best
Smoking Tobacco on
the Pacific Coast.
AST 8"ii &V3 A Auml lidetreeto
anyonu allllcteil. Un. TAFT DUO., ltochestcr, N.Y.
HiiriAiit tii&v nluitie. lanlit'fu
ask Ifritic Ut r.r Ptiimotul Hramt hi ,
in aif't,uBril ink wrufipert, re
V (-.iitnu ) fiT tJinlm.r
tl "It.-llii'fW I.iitlkt'Mn
null I, ,Vut' M;fr
r IbltlictrtcrUfUi'l tiM 5IiJt
0 nn , fur tiarili iilarK. tfdllmfin t Kit ft Till
inter, uj rciuru
who Imvo llf(l rjao's
Curn for OoiiHutupllou
t-ay it U lil.HT OTA I.I.
Bold ovurywhoro. itflc
Kitwton llloi lt. Hcnttlc. WnNliliicton.
Actual Uutluess, Shorthand, iilttin and Orna
mental Penmanship and ptarllcul KukIUIi do
fipr-HtieclmenK of peuninnslilp atul illus
trutedcitlnloKiie sent free.
Mttidcni rrinilit-(l tr. unvTlmo.
I t precrlrift anil fully en
ihirxu IUk d s the onlr
of tht.s illseuse.
Aiusterrtam, N, V.
We have nld Jllc O lor
many yearn, nuil .1 has
Klven tho best of satis
D. 11. DYOHK A CO.,
181.00. Sold by Urufditj.
' TO t UaTH. ,
idoiMo riot i
CTCIMIVAY U"AM'H. 1'KAKK
0 I CillVVt I . A 1ti:.t.Onbler. Hoo
1 lib IMhiids; rtunli tn ri"UN. lisntl IiiHlrnmentH.
l.itl'K'est slock of Sheet Miihlofiiit ilrnkH. lUnds
siinpllnl ut KiiHlurn 1'nois. .MA'ITIIIAU
OIIA Y CO, 2ro I'oi,t. Htieel. rtu rruncibco.
DEATH TO CORNS.
Try Kclly'n Oimntntucd Com Cure.
IIiirnilcHH. Tlioutiimls of testimonials
from tint cured. 'Joe Lottlo. No euro,
nionoy refunded. Sent liy mail or ox
preHB lo iiny nddrcHM, city or Btate. F.
8. KELLY, ClicmiBt, 10-' Kddy btrcct,
WILL OIVK YOU
Tlioroiigu and Practical Iuslrnclion
Business nnd Acadomiu j
Bend for Circular to
PROFESSOR J. W. T AIT,
by return mill,
inn ancnpi vj
Any lady ot ordl
can easily and
quickly Icaru to
cut vnd mako
any garment, In
ay style to any
measure for lad
or child. Address
N. T. N. U. No. , i U, F K.TJ No. 380
, TOrecon Blohd Purifier!
W ' " -- ff v.''
5Xrt 10CS Third St , rortlnnd, Oregon.
IPlDlrliVij I A SCHOOL CF THOROUGH, PRACTICAL.
yliiA!ilMM 1 business training. -1
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TO FIT U
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