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The Oregon ScoutK
JONE8 &. Chancey Publishers.
The whlto moon fill' thn silent sky.
And tlrrirK at her feet .
Tho white floodn rise and leap llio shore
IJokl lovers, rash and licet.
But a Kxrit Ur flood to fool her sway,
And rush in a restless tide.
Ia tlie love that leaps from my heart In words
Kor her whom t walk beside.
Thn whlto moon slips from tho client aky,
Thn oca ullps from tho shore.
And liack to my happy, Klleut heart
Sweeps tho flood of words onco more.
But not till tho wavea havo klcd tho beach.
And the moon has klwed tho K-a,
And not until, sweetheart. I too
Ilato kissed been kissed by thee.
a. w, n.
Art of I'oIUIiliif; Diamonds.
Tho art of cutting and polishing dia
monds with their own xwdcr was intro
duced in Europe, according to tho gener
ally received account, by Louis van
Bergen, or Bergueni. who, in Paris,
studied the handicraft, then imperfectly
practiced. Ho revolutionized tho trado
and established a guild of diamond cut
ters in Bruges. In 1475. nearly twenty
years after ho had made tho discovery,
if it was a discovery, ho was entrusted
with thn task of cutting tiircc largo rough
diamonds for Charles tho Hold, duke- of
Burgundy. For his work ho received
8,000 ducat3. Tho largest was tho famous
Bancy diamond, which was lost in tho
battle of OransQii. Tho second after
wards belonged to Popo Sixtus IV. Tho
third, n triangular shaped stone, was set
in a ring and given to Louis XI. Now
York Mail uud Express.
TI10 Orcnt Climatic Cyolo.
According to tho calculations of M.
.Adolplio d'Assicr, based on tho assump
tion that tho coincidence of tho earth's
perihelion passago with tho Rummer sol
etico overy 21,000 yearn marks tho regu
lar recurrence of a northurn glacial
period, tho last glacial period, culminated
in 1)2."50 H. C, the alternating period of
greatest northern warmth occurred A. D.
1250, and tiio ico period now approach
ing will reach its greatest height A. D.
11,750. Evidenco of tho slow cooling
during tho past 000 years is seen in tho
changes recorded in the northern limits
of tho growth and ripening of certain
fruits. Arkansaw Traveler.
Influenced by ISiivlronniont.
Many a man is saved from tho com
pany of tho (leillcd nnd tho defiling by
tho sweetness and light of a cheery
homo. Many a woman, in the possession
of a house which invites tho actualiza
tion of her womanly concepts of tho
amenities of decorative art. finds tho
cares of tho household no d:ilgery and
her work lightened and brightened by
tho cheerfulness of her environment.
Human nature is always more or less in
fluenced by environment, and the house
which one builds and lives in has much
to do in shaping his character and dispo
sition. Pioneer Press.
I'olMm of tho Amliii.
T11 tho splendid flowering timo of tho
azalia it is interesting to remember tho
old story of tho Pontic variety. Beneath
tho fragrance of these flowers lurks n
subtle poison, ond it was from them that
tho honey was collected by tho bees of
Pontus, which, when eaten by tho Greek
noldiers in tho famous retreat "of tho Ten
Thousan'1, produced extraordinary symp
toms of poisoning. Xcuophon states
that after eating It the men fell stupellcd
in all directions, so that tho camp looked
liko a battlefield covered with corpses.
IIo liluetied Ills Nose.
A correspondent relates that, whilo
limiting in Colorado last year, his eyes
were painfully nlTectetl by a long march
on snow, with a bright sun, Tho guide,
also feeling tho glare, stopiKtl, and tak
ing some burned wood from a stump,
blacked his nose anil under tho eyes well
down on tho cheek bone. On lieingasked
tho reason he said it stopped snow blind
iHfw, nnd as tho glare was very strong
tho hunter did tho same, and found ini
inedia'.o reliof. IIo did this all tho timo
ho was out, and never found tho snow
lUTect his eyes in any way. Nature,
Keeping II III) In Toiv.
"Edward, dear, I hardly know my own
heart," said tho girl, softly, "and you
must give mo a little timo to think it all
"Will you want very much time?" ho
asked, tenderly and hopefully. "When
may I como for an nnswer?"
In a low, Bweot voice, tho girl replied:
"At tho end of tho season," And sho
aroso languidly, adjusted her tournuro
-with tho gentle tap indicative of noblo
birth, and moved gracefully awav.
VTuntPtl Somebody to IIo Sorry.
Dying Benedict. I bequeath overy dol
lar to my wife, Havo you got uat
Dying Benedict On condition that eho
.marries within a year.
Lawyer But why Insist upon that?
Dying Benedict Decauso 1 wantBomo-
- body to bo torry that I died. Harper's
Well Up In Ills Iruiin,
Professor (of class in journalism)
"What Is tho diirereneo lietween an edi
torial nnd an editorial paragraph?
Student An editorial is of tho sumo
nature as an editorial iaragraph, but I
larger, and doesn't havo as much to say,
A IVrfeit Lifeboat.
Tho field of Invention Is mill open for n
, ipcrfoct lifeboat. Tho Itoynl National
.Lifeboat institute, reports that "medals
wore offered for a mechanically propelled
'lifeboat, but none of tho various designs
ipoeived fulfilled tho requirements."
Cat Vcru Iluhhlt.
Cats aro found to Ik tho best extennl
jwuun of rabbits in Now Zealand. They
- do great havoe nmong tho young ones,
ami in omo sections scarcely a rabbit
-wm to 14 Mil,
nrountbank amldrt a crowd
Thus crtml aloud
"Walk up. Jlesxlcurs, and try the cure
For every evil men eudure'
It Is a powder which will clve
All things for winch you strive and live.
To fools it Rives Intelligence;
And to tliu guilty imioeenco.
Honor on rancals it In-mown.
And to old women hrtiigH young beaux:
Secures old turn young, pretty nlves.
Makes madmen lead well u-niper'd lives
In short, whatever you would gain
It will assist you to attnin
It Is a perfect panacea."
"Tho Juggler's table I drew near
ThU wondrous powder to behold
Of which such miracles vero told
It was a little ixiwdered gold :"
The Fables of Florlan.
I.lrnrds and Ibelr Tnlls.
Most lizards havo tho faculty of shed
ding their tails when seriously frightened,
anil of sprouting new ones from tho
6tuinp sotno timo afterward. This leads
a writer in a cyclopaedia for young jieople
to say that "lizards' tails aro almost as
brittlo as glass." and that a glovo or
handkerchief dropped on them causes
them to snap off. To my own knowl
edgo tho tail of tho "joint snake," or
legless lizard, is so much more "brittlo"
than glass that it breaks into several
pieces when it isn't touched at all, pro
vided tho rcptilo is placed in jeopardy of
his life. Tho tendency to sprout a now
tail when tho old one is gono is so strong
that it is not uncommon to seo a lizard
with n forked tail tho new 0110 having
grown out when tho old one was only
partially dissevered. Henry J. Philpott
in American Magazine.
TVrnk llyes In Sellout Itooms.
It is not surprising that60 many school
children .suffer with weak eyes when wo
consider tho conditions under which they
are forced to uso them. Tho very fact
tiiat tho light in many school rooms is
twice btraiued through glass partitions
beforo it penetrates the insido rooms, is
in itself a severe test of sight. Tho pre
ponderance of sash wood over tho panes
of glass is anything but propitious to
clear seeing. With heads lient over desks
doing arithmetical examples, or studying
tho fine printed school books, or reading
their own imperfect handwriting trom
which many oT tho lessons must Ihj
learned, the only wonder is that all tho
little ones aro not purblind beforo they
reach tho grammar bdiools. Professor
David Webster. M. D.
Fishes hi nil Aquarium.
In a storo whero birds, fishes and ani
mals are sold I watched an attendant
putting together tho material for a small
aquarium. "Is it not great trouble to
keep tho fishes alive? I asked. "Yon
must change tho water daily, must you
not!" "Not moro than once a year,"
was his reply. "Tht was the old fash
ioned aquarium before the scientists had
discovered for us tho oxygen producing
plants. You see that bit of plant under
tho rocks there? Well, that is oxygen
producing. Wo put it in with tho fishes,
whero it serves at onco as an ornament
and n life, giver and preserver. This
aquarium that I am now (ini.shiug will
not requiro a change of water for at least
eighteen months. Then by changing
tho water it will go another year or
year and a half." Now York Tribune.
l'irnr of Kuro,.oiin Tom-lnls.
It is a fatal error of almost all those
00,000 tourists who como iu tho annual
swarm across the Atlantic that they lly
along tho well worn paths, live in modern
hotels, diet themselves on homuopathic
doses out of guide books, and pass fi out
city to city, just as tho rustic gazes
through 0110 liolo after another in tho
peep show at a country fair. There are
thousands of people who stay at home,
read quietly, look thoughtfully at laps
nnd pictures, nnd through all kiu.s of
good books get a far dceer insight into
tho lives of other lands than tho bustling
conventional tourists, who take the round
peep show method of looking at Europe.
Corinth Cor. Boston Globe.
Strength ot 11 Wet Itope.
Experiments havo proved that tho ten
silo strength of a wet rope is only one
third that of tho same rope when dry:
and a ropo (saturated with grease or soap
is weaker still, as the lubricant ermits
tho fitters to slip with greater facility.
Hemp ropo contracts strongly on being
wet, and a dry rope twenty-tivo feet long
will 8hortonto twenty-four on being wet.
Direction III "Tempering."
A Philadelphia tool manufacturer in
structs his workmen to hold -largo steel
tools inn north and south line while they
are being tempered. Unsays that many
years ago ho noticed that such tools
would often lly apart when lieing tem
pered If held "oa!.t and west," and that
tho liability to such accidents was greatly
lessened, If not entirely obliterated, if
tho tool was belt! "north and south."
A Tomb In Algiers.
At tho head of each tomb is a slab of
marble with one or two round holes in
which flower jKits aro set or ciqis placed
thoro that tho birds may drink from
them; the natives believe that these birds
afterward lly away to heaven with a
greeting from the soul reposing beneath.
F, A. Bridgman iu Ilnrier' Magazine.
I'lntrnr its lludges.
Tho cornllower that was tho favorite of
Kaiser William llu blue "bachelor's
button" of this latitude is said to Ihj tho
badge of tho Liberty arty in Belgium,
while tho red oppy is that of tho Con
servative or Clerical party. Chicago
How lCggs Aro lUeil.
In Franco alono tho wino clariflers use
moro than B0.000.000 a year, and tho
Aleutians cousumu fully 1)3,000,000 in
calico printing nnd for dressing tho
leather that is used In making tho lineal
French kid gloved, Eastern Farmer,
A lato refinement In dentHtry U a tiny
elect rlo lamp for lighting up tho cavltfe
of tho teeth during tho process of filling
Algeria, which nlxty yearn ago was
nearly all waste land, has now 0,000,000
nf acres under cultivation.
Arm mortality hT llles.
In connection with the subject of regi
mental lossof there is the important one
ot losses by diM.-nse In out army there
were twice a. many deaths from disea
as from bullets in the Confederate
army the loss trom dwax' was. fqr ob
viou's reasons, much less, being smal'?r
than their loss in battle This loss by
disojibo was. in our noitlicrn regiments,
very unevenly distributed, running as low
as thirty 111 Mime and exceeding .100 111
others, while in some of the coloied regi
ments it was still greater There seems
to be an nupiession that the regiments
which suliered most in battlo lost albo
tho mot (roin disease. Tins is r.n error,
the direct opposite being tho truth. Tho
report of the war department for 1800
says, regarding this subject, that "it is
to be noted that thc.o slates which show
largo mortality on tho battlefield likewise
show large mortality by disease" This
may bo true of the state totals, but is
wholly incorrect as to the regiments
themselves; for, with but few exceptions.
tho regiments which sustained tho
heaviest loss in battle show the smallest
number of deaths from disease.
The inference is a fair one that- tho
flghting regiments owed their exemp
tion from disease to the same pluck
which made them famous, and which
enabled them to withstand its encroach
ments without tamely giving up and
lying down under its attack. It was a
question of mental as well as bodily
stamina, and hence there is found in
certain black regiments a mortality from
disease exceeding by far that of any
white troo)s, n fact which cannot bo ac
counted for by climatic reasons, becauso
tho particular regiments referred to were
recruited from blacks who wero born
and raised along the Mississippi, whero
these troops wero stationed, and whero
tho loss occurred. Col. William F. Fox
in Tho Century.
Itestniirnnt I. lie III London.
Americans engaged In making tho
grand European tour can never under
stand one feature of restaurant life in
London. If you happen to lion bachelor,
and therefore dependent on chop houses
for meals, as t ho hotels rarely provide
for tho inner man. you will probably
look around for a comfortable placo
whero you can get acquainted and tako
all your meals. That is tho great error
into which all travelers fall.
In London you want to select threo
different chop houses, one for breakfast,
dinner and supper, or is you wish to be
English sans reproche. you must havo
another for tho evening lunch about 11
o'clock. These houses all make a speci
alty of one meal, and while you may bo
supplied with enough to dull your nppe
tito at oilier houses, you will only get
perfect service at the one table for which
tho houso has made a reputation. Then,
for example, tako a dinner chop house:
You tako a seat, ordei a piece ot roast
beef and have the whole roast wheeled
out in front of your table whilethe waiter
slices oil a juicy morsel that would tempt
an anchorite in Lent. When you come
to understand these things you can live
with greater satisfaction on $5 a day
than nn American could on double that
amount at homo. Tips are nothing, as a
penny npietje is enough to satisfy ordinary
waiters. Ulobe Democrat.
The Women of Morocco.
Ill tho cities throughout Morocco I
found it impossible to get moro than a
passing view of a woman's face, so jeal
ously aro they veiled and guarded, and
especially among the higher classes,
whore the women, possessing no more
intelligence than a child, are taught that
all men but their lords and owners are
fiends. Occasionally, however, by acci
dent or design, the lace covering would
bo dropped for an instant just as a wo
man passed me. and at the same time an
arm and shoulder u'ould be presented to
my gazo. The women ot Morocco are of
all shades and color, and I must say
that some of the handsomest women I
ever saw, both iu feature anil form, were
full blooded negresses.
Another surprise was to notice that
many of tho Moorish beauties would
show a snowy rounded arm and a clear
pink and white si; 111 that the most beau
tiful woman iu Boston would havo been
glial to possess, but where they got this
skin and complexion I could never find
out, for tho men, perhaps, from their
constant exposure to the sun, are tanned
and blackened almost to the color ot the
negroes. In the country all is different,
and little attempt is made by the women
to bo stingy with their charms, unless
from some religious motives, and to this
freedom of the country many n oor
simple girl owes her jxisition as prime
favorito in the liarem of some Moorish
dignitary, who kiw her perfections whilo
traveling by hei father's tent or hut.
Cor. Boston Tramct ipt.
Ceylon's I'lilms untl Cocoumit Trees.
This low land up at the northern neck
of the island is largely planted in Pal
myra palms. I'or l'JO miles along the
western and southwestern shore it is a
fringo from one to seven miles deep of
cocoanut trees. These two kinds of trees
suport the bulk of the native population.
They furnish tho material from which
they build and roof their huts. Tho rap
gives them their sugar and their intoxi
cants. Tho green nut is their milk nnd
tho ripo nut much of their solid food.
From tho hark nnd leaves they make
shetls, fans and matting; from tho fiber,
sails, cordage, fishing nets, etc, Tho
young leaves nro their salads. Tho ripo
fruit given them oil for their lamps, for
their hair and for cooking purpones. They
wear for clothing tho net woven by
nature about the loot stalks of tho leaves;
plait hats, and sunshades, and baskets
from tho fronds, nnd drink from tho cup;
sail iu boats constructed of tho hard, old
wood, nnd when sick make medicine
from tho tloweru, Tho uses of tho palm
nro said to run into several hundreds, and
nro tho themes of innumemblo native
itoems. Carter Harrison In Chicago
Tho Mediterranean Sui(f Dttiery.
Science has claimed tho spongo fishery
of tho Mediterranean. Tho native divers
who could stay under water not moro
than two minutes arc being driven out
by men in regular diving nrmor, who
can work by tho hour. A German pro
fessor lias originated a method of plant
ing cuttings from sponges and it is laing
prosecuted with success. Now York
ROOF9 OP CITV HOUSE3.
A Thyslcliin Iteronimends That the House
tup Ito Ttirneil Into I'luygrnunils.
Dr. Oouverneur M. Smith has contri
buted to a recent number of The Medical
Record an interesting and suggestive
paper The mam point of this article is
that by -neglecting to make the roofs of
the houses places of safety and pleasantly
habitable. New Yorkers miss the best
and most readily available opportunity
open to them ot enjoying fresh sunshine
in moderate weather and fresh and com
paratively cool air during tho sweltering
heats of summer
Dr. Smith describes the 6tate of thing
which all New Yorkers know when i.e
speaks of the "dark closet with prtvipit
ous ladder leading to the 6cuttle. rarely
entered and ascended except by work
men to repair the roof." In n privato
dwelling of the smallest size habitually
built on tins island, the roof has an area
as largo ns that of the yard, immeasur
ably better lighted and aired, and intrin
sically a far better place as a playground
for children or a retort for adults in
pleasant or m oppressively hot weather.
That is to say. in the bouses most favor
ably circumstanced for light and air, one
half ot tho avnilable breathing space of
the city, excluding the streets, is abso
lutely wasted In the more expensive
nnd extensive dwellings the case is
worse, because the yard is contracted as
the house ts extended, until in mostcases
it amounts to little more than an air
ehaft, and I? not available at all as u
place of recreation.
In the tenement houses the case Is far
worse. NotKxiy who has ever visited tho
back yard ot one in the more (wpulous
quarters of the city would ever there
after think ot it as a playground or a
breathing space or a place of resort for
rest and refresh men t Yet ttie choice
for these puroses is practically between
this place, one-third the area ot the
house, and the street, while the house
top, three times as large as the yard and
in every resect more eligible, is abso
lutely wasted, so far as concerns any pre
cautions taken tor its use and enjoyment
by the builder, who nevertheless prides
himself ukjii his economy ot room.
It is no wonder that fr Smith asks
vhcther "architectural ingenuity, coached
by sanitary science," cannot "contrive
some method of using the thousands ot
acres oi housetops 011 this island so thai
roof's can tx made additionally useful at
certain seasons by aliording outdoor rec
reation and protection I nun invalidism "
Really it seems as it architectural inge
nuity had been exerted in the opposite
direction, foi there is 110 dithculty in the
way of achieving tins result New York
is already a tlat rooted city All that is
absolutely needed to convert its roots into
the plea.santest parts of the house alter
the sun goes down in summer, and while
the sun is up during the spring and au
tumn, is pernap'- slightly to increi-
their structural strength, to cover tl
with some material that shall lie pra
cable as a pavement, to provide (let
and commodious access to them by c
tinumg to the root the main stairwa
the house, and to provide a arapet 1
win obviate any danger of falling
children or careless persons. Tho cosi
an tins is not worth counting in cc
panson to the tenelits to be derived tr
it New orl 1 lines.
Wiirnitli of 11 l.lvlnu Itooni.
The needs common to nil women t
so common that few regard their inqx
tanco. To say that warm rooms 1
essential to health and beauty sounds li
n truism, but the fact is that among
well to do classes it is the rarest thing
find n really warm house. A heat
house, burning up coal and vitality
gether, is common, but not otio
soundly built thai rooms do not read
cool off, and where comfort is felt w
moderate heat, or where draughts do 1
sow rheumatic twinges, with wrinkles
match. Out ot doors dress and exerc
keep up the natural heat. Indoors
quieter lite and shutting oil the grea
part of the sun's rays render the q
different. The constant temperature
all occupied rooms should he enough
keep the blood at its normal heat ot as
degs. without any chilling or change
say 7.1 to "8 degs. by day and 1A degs
lower by night. Instead, when steam is
up, or the lurnace burns up, you will
find the glass at cfA degs. on the north
wall ot rooms. Two hours or less after
thb heal goes down the thin walls lose
their heat immediately, and it is 4A degs.
In the same place I describe what I
havo noted recatedly in houses where
comfort was supposed to bo tho llrst con
sideration. Such variations are enongh to try the
strongest frames To say nothing of
neuralgia and lung troubles, 11 is impos
sible to keep ti good complexion through
such ruinous changes of leniK'r.iture.
Tho heat dries it into line wrinkles, the
cold semis the blood inward, leaving the
faco blue and features pinched. Let the
husband who wishes to keep his wife in
freshness be careful that she has warm
rooms to live in. The injury to the cir
culation which destroys nil bloom nnd
elasticity strikes deejier in time, causing
failure of the heart or chrome inflam
mations. As you value bloom and long
life, never permit yourself to bo chilly
for flvo minutes. No matter what ther
mometers say, if you are out of order
enough to feel chilly tho thing to do is
to raise tho heat till the blood absorbs
heat and grows warm again. For heat
is life, and the chilly precepts of certain
hygienists who seem to consider comfort
as a crime bavecost unsus)octed victims.
Chief Anions III l'ello,-s.
A southern woman writing of the
freedmen lately said. "Tho Held Iiands
in the Gulf states show us the condition
i of n people making tho first effort to rise
I out of ignorance and squalor to civiliza
! tion. There is in every half dozen faun
1 lies ono innn of integrity, energy and in
dustry, on whom tho others livo as
parasites. I never failed on entering ono
of their villages to detect lliia natural
chief." Youth's Couiianion.
ltet .Market In Etirtip
j Tho best market on tho continent of
Euroxi Is said to bo at Berlin. Fish are
told from vats and aro kept nllvo. There
l is every variety of game and domestic
i fowl to lie had within a thousand miles.
! ami steers, vual calves, lambs and other
animals art) dressed complete their
, heads and tails being skiuued nnd kept
iniact on their trunks. uuicago UoraJU
Ono of the most common signs oi
wnnt of breeding is n sort of uncom
fortablo consciousness of tho hands, ar
obvious ignorance of what to do with
them nnd a painful awkwardness in
their adjustment. Tho hands of iv gen
tlenian seem perfectly fit homo without
being occupied. They nro habituated
to elegant repose, or, if they spontane
ously move, it is attractively. Some of
Queen Elizabeth's courtiers mndo play
tin? with their sword hilt an accomplish
ment. and t!i 1:1 sf edlcient weapon
of t!i- Span -It c.Miiottc is her fan
Strength in the lingers is u sure token
of mental aptitude. When Mutlus
burnt his hand off beforo tho eyes of
his captor lie gave the most indubitable
proof we can imagine of fortitude, and
it was natural that amid the ferocious
bravery of feudal times a bloody hand
in tho center of an escutcheon should
become the badge of a baronet of Eng
land. Now York Ledger.
Syndicates ut Homo and Abroad.
We are informed that in Europe
Germany take the lead as the country
of syndicates in ISS'.I. Ninety-two wore
formed there in that year, including an
auction "ring" and a warfhigers' "ring."
In Austria there were thirty-eight syn
dicates; in Great Britain, thirty-one.
in France, six; in Russia, seven; in
Belgium? eight: in Italy, two; in Swe
den. four, nnd in Denmark ono. tn
addition to these there were eleven in
ternational trusts dealing with copper,
zinc, nitrates, rails, mirror glitss, sugar,
dynamite and hotels. In America fifty
eight syndicates wero formed, several
of which were of English origin. It is
known that, about 2C0 of these trusts
wero formed during 1SS!1. and it is
probable that 1111 equal number existed
unknown, except to those interested in
them. The majority of the syndicates
appear to have been genuine industrial
nnd commercial undertakings. Stock
Combination I.lfn Preserver.
The idea of combining various uss
in a single article is a favorite ono with
inventors. "Tho combined cap, pil
low and life preserver" is to bo made
of some air tight material. As a cap it
looks liko tho double visored headgear
which is considered the tiling for
steamer wear. The center pulls out
What appears to bo a ventilator in the
top proves to be a mouthpiece. You
blow into it until tho interior is about
half filled with air. and you have a
very fair imitation of the air pillow
If von awake gt nidit-awajtok-ttmt
- a 1
. .... - is m tie built in Af
rlca. 'the Rlll-a-man-daily railway runs into '
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All on one side
the offer that's made by tho pro
prietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Remedy. Tt's 500 reward for an
inoiirablo caso of Catarrh, no mat
ter how bad, or of how long stand
ing. They mean what they say ;
they'ro responsible, and tho offer
lias been made for years. It's all
on your side you lose your catarrh,
or you'ro paid 500 for keeping it.
But it's safe, for them, too thov
know you'll bo cured.
Dr. Sage's Remedy produces per
fect and permanent cures of Chronic
Catarrh in tho Head, as thousands
can testify. "Cold in tho Head"
is cured with a few applications.
Catarrhal Headache is relieved ami
cured as if by magic. It removes
offctisivo broath, loss or impairment
of tho sonso of taste, smell or hear
ing, watering or weak oyos, and
impaired momory, when caused by
tho violonco of Catarrh, as thoy all
frequently aro. Remedy sold by
druggists, 50 cants.
Til K HUCOKKIf OK OLD
lannted the skull and en we bones, their enslen,
Ictlautly nt the rnthesd. Your modern pirate,
not on the high ca, but upon the high reputa
tion of standard remedies, skulks under various
dlpgu'pcs. Ills hole and corner tratlic lias never
to any degree ullected Hosti Iter's Stomach Hit
.ers, althoUKli that Maudard InvlRoirtut and ror
eetlve has lotiR been .he shining mark atuhleh
his shafts have been directed. 1 'heap local hit
ters, fompoced of flery unrectlfled stimulants,
I h hii Itifnclon. or extract poslbly. of some
tonic bark, nro still sometimes recommended as
denflCHl ulth, or slml'nr to, or possessing vir
tuts kindred to thereof Amc Ira's chosen famllv
medicine. These perish speedily, while the (treat
iiibdtier and preventive of disease pursues its
'ticeeful career, overcomlntr malaria, dyep
sla, f-ervou-i'Css, kidney trouble, constlipion
and rhoumstl" ailments, not only on this, but
uu many continents.
A Kindred h xpertencu.- -'Did you ever take
i) sot vHntfe?" No, but I've used a stomach
HOW TO GET HI" OP MDKACHi:.
Who lias not niillcieil from sideacluf
We all had it when we. ran races nt, school
we have it when we overwork ourselve
itHiiyage. Itcoineson.aHeverybodj known;
suddenly. By using one of Am.Cock's
1'onofs I'l.ASTKits It, goe away nearly as
quickly. 1"' HoeMicr of Ne. fed West
Fift e'ghlh slteut, New York, says:
" It in with pleasure I write these lines
In testimony to Mm powers of AU.COCK's
I'ouuUs Pi.atkiis. I have been some
what n 111103rd with serious pains in my
sides, for which seveinl ineoicines have
hi en prescribed, but to no avail, and
through the advice of a friend I tried two
Ali.Cock's I ohous Pi.ASTKits. and the. re
lief they have given no- is both siitUfac
tory and ato'iishiiig. To any one annoyed
with pabis these plas'er are a certain
A woman wltn children Is very much In the
fame position n the Lord: thoucli her nhl dreu
ss v tie y love her. the Very seldom oll'cr her any
thing but complaints.
Are any ot th now fin gled washing
coniponnds a-gord ns 1 lie old-fashb-neii
Hral D.ibhms' Electric Soap has been
sold overy dav for ;4 t rurs, anil Is now
just, hh it od us ever. Ask j our grocer for
it, ami take n nM'or.
Old I.awvcr I'.ave you auv suits pendlnp this
term? YotiiiR Ait( rne No, but I have an over
coat hi.UB up for !"
If attllctcd with Mr Ryes,, ue Dr. Isaac
Thoiniison's Kvp Vaer Drvmi-'lMs sell It 2V.
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
Superior to every other known.
Used in Millions of Homes
40 Years the Standard.
Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky
liiscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable
No other baking powder do -uch wort.
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
Of Lime and Soda.
There ore emulsion ami eiitulnlonn',
and there is still much sl;hinnl tnillc
tflitrh mnsijueritiles its evetnn. Try as
then tt'ill many maimfaetarera can mil
no llsi)nise their cott liver oil as to make
it jHilatable to sensitive stomachs. Scott's
J.'tanlston nfl'VKK XOItU Kai.lX COD
l.lVllll Oil,, comhlneil with iiji
jihltcs is almost as jmlatahle as mill:.
l''or this reason as well as for the fact
of the stlmnlathifl (lualities of the i;io
hosihttrs, l'hisieians jrenuently ire
scrtbe. it In cases of
SCIlOFl'n.t, llllOSCIIlTlS and
cunosw couaiiorsiii'iutn coed.
All Uruijtiists sell it, bat ha sure you net
the aenuine,as there are poor (ni'tatlous.
Faber's golden Female Pills.
I ties: tiothlin,'llkothem
on tho market. Sever
uiL Successfully used
ny prominent ladles
to relievo suppressed
SURE! SAFE! CERTAINI
Don't bo humbugKed.
Save Time, Health,
Bent to any address,
secure by mall on re
ceipt of price, iZ00.
THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPANY,
Western Branch, Lox27,l'OKXlVA.ND, OB
Sold by Wisdom Dbuq Co., Portland, Or.
Tn Trntn ff
A SI Jlottlo
will bo glveo or
on application, per
tonally or by Utter.
Krery ono knows that
Elixir of 1.1 fo was a failure,
aud that Dr. Llchlg's InTfg
orator Is the orklnal and
only genuine Vital Elixir,
' rw.J. .? 1'JIWI UAKSOT MET CURED f
Uu ""J "J Manhood, l.lr, l.ut.
rJ'JL-I-. 10 8 ,!VlGonATOIlX.llith..i1tT,diMaw
VSS7!SW,i!tf- .r,u cf. '""i""". i cm. or .u
nPi ?iu!,ii' if U,UM' h" f"- " tn.
.5V r Diut of tic 1Itm. Inm la
omn, pwuijr, UwnKuliO'famll rDt curt lii sfvvdartl
rifll ' CS "H or Urn. am ur, tlrl,Bu
IrutUa. 11. 1'rlriu uliua, tt liu buirU
A TTTT fXT inii r of h w-
jAUJ III WB oWm aro o aiU.
' DKSIfiNS u! atainiw S6e for our liook "lliuu-
""f;"1'0' mil Hosiisa" Addre the National
ilulUlrri ., , Adams Kprcsuuildlug.i litiago.IIt
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