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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1891)
A miiu who litis prantioed medU.ne tor fortj
years ought io kiio Milt from siiKnr: rend what
TttLtw, 0.. Jtnuary 10. 1SKT.
Mwn.F.J rhrnrv A- Oi IiRS'i.kmkn : I have
lieen In the general piucU i'of inod.cl.ie format
forty year, mil would stiv thst in ud in l.rM
tlce nnd experience hiivc !.pvr -oe-i a 1 repra
Hon ttiHt I oitld i-cwrliA! with sw much nn;i
donee of iv-iY as 1 fan Hull s ''a'lrrh Cirr
Minn ifn"tnred hv you. Have on-scribed it a rest
lnnnr times, ami It' effect Is w wterfnl; and
woufd my In o'n !ulon tlmt i hve "t t i flu.:
a case of i ataiTh Unit It would n it -ttrp. If they
Would take It aeeiirdlns: t dlr'-i-loiif. Your
truly, i.. I. t;on-tt II a .
1 1 lire, Ji3 rtnt imtt Mrevt.
We will live $100 fo iiv of ratarrh that
can lint I i ured with lull's CaUtrli Cuie
r. J. CIir.XKY '."O.. Proprietor.
C Sold by ilniiwlt, 75c
The angry man who takes hie otl hack t
very mil to use them over aain when notndon
A PerlptUMl injii'ii tiuti winch I -i ver gener
ally res'i Med at thl. time of the year : "Hear
ye oii'j nuothf i' burden" "
A ivj.r.o l'Ai'in: kok t.tr..
Tit i: Youth's ( ommanIon r.vc o initeb
for tllO Mllllll R'lKltltll il C i-t it 1 II'
wonil t it Ii t.iViin a' iniv In in flHy Halt
a Millin Fanitlit-.. AVi It it- Hue i .ain't
and beautiful il tMraMoit. ii Wed If II
liisfu'ivl S inleiii.-iit, inl ii- Don !
Holiday Number-". U tii.- jih if the imS-li-dier
en' 1 uoi. (In "ioimli ' iiK'ft-i'. Tiy
SUII'Illt ( i$l. I I li()V ton mux ob hhi ic
to Janttiu'V. mid f jr ii f ill y -nr from
lilt1 to .1 iini'iri'. l-'.rl. " Adilirm,
Youth's Companion, U iiIoii. Mass.
ronsUton'. "Thiit-ill e !tavkln l tlio crt'ht
est Klrl for g fine biirssliii nt 'e'luul ha n'. '
" im't flii1! I Ulidcr-lHlnl lie If colliK to marry
a widower. "
"WAsliinpr i'ivdi'i--i me stro-K nlknlic-.
mid ruin cloiiea. Trie iiirvt,vo-ii"lttrtin-aMe
is tli I)fst nn I clientnKt Dulihlns'
lOlertrie Soa has bi-en in-Unmvl- dK-'d i 111
cars to :je ih parcel of nil. Try it riulit
If it berotiKu ne.'0-.sary to arrav the roltpil
!?liitp- troois H(tiiintt the liidliins, It 1 lii'ivl the
Imllnii ncenii mm ( tnelr wuy clear to tnklni;
tides with the icdskiii-..
V ir rouK''-1. 0"!ds and llir a' di-nrer
"liroicn ? lirowhial 1'voclirn' hnve provfd
llieir elll'-'icy hy a test of in Aiiy yeiit.
t-old only in bos-en.
Craw fnril Time iiimioy, on know. MeiHtt
An. I I Mon'd sunn, r liiiM n sirl who l.a
fortv niillU.iis thini im wlm hi" f"""
of confidence in it the manu
facturers of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. It's a faith
that means business, too it's
backed up by money. This
is what they offer: $500 re
ward for a case of Catarrh
Which they Cannot Cure. 1 ney I
monn it Tliev're willin"" to 1
mean 11. inc rc -y
take the risk they know tneir
medicine. By its mild, sooth
ing, cleansing and .healing
properties, it produces per
fect and permanent cures of
the worst cases of chronic Ca
tarrh in the Head. It's doing
it every day, where everything
else has failed. No matter
how bad your case, or of how
standing, you can be
You're 'sure of that
S500. You can't have
but you'll have one or
That Holps to Curo
taste of the
GOD LIVER OIL
is dissipated in
l Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
OIT LIMB SODA.
The patient suffering from
IinONCHITIW. COIKJII, COLO, Oil
WANTING IIISi:.lNi:s, may take tho
remetly with as much satisfaction aa ho
would tako milk, l'hyslcluus are jiroscrlb
Itii If nvflrvwhoro. It Is a nerfVft emulsion.
t aiidanonilerrullleklijiroiliiriT. Talsewt other
A Handsome $2.50 Baromelerand riiennometer
(9'., by iuelieij tolliin,' tlio correct tempera
turo and wh.-ii tho weather will bo fine, chawje
able, luirdttorm, rain or mow, tent to any addresi
for -iuclu ktamiw. larKe. nhowy and l.ractlcal!
dfcuch value ear ottered; live .iRcuts waute. .
"ookk .t Coo KB. flUJi Clav st Han InuicIko CmI.
WINTER IS COMING.
Bend to Smltli'a for your winter outfit.
They have the biEKcut stock of uuderclothliiB.
T l ey have tho bent boU and shoen. They have
il e cheaist hosiery tor everybody. They have
t o "reatesl variety of dry good. They have
family Brocerics of all kind.. They have dried
fruit of tho now crop. They have cauued koixJi
at wholesale prices. They have wann mitteui
mid Kloves They have blankets from H.ffiS up.
Tiwy have comforts from no cent, each to i.
They bare overalls of ever)' zo. .They nay po
clal atteuttou to all orders. Address for tul
particulars and copy of ffw nnU (free)
Multli'M C'nli More, 4 18 t rout Street,
Sun i- riiiicUo, Cut.
I CURE FITS !
When I ur core I do not mean morel to tP tba
. "1vEirf.:ii,nhia thBiu mtnruMra n. Irnn
m. I luTarodtlMVli?,y'f lTa: 'A
TALI INO rUCKKtl"loafc ad.
cuSfTb f i W U 00 rwa fur not. nu .r".!?.
'V. 'J III SS f,ll I
now a swoim is made.
FROM THE CRUDE IRON TO THE
HIGH TAMPERED BLADE.
Testlns tlio FIiiUIiimI Weupon on n Stonr.
Prods ill I'm purine tlio Steel Th
"Clrlml SI ll"-Orout SUIII of tlio Urlnd
"flero you p.re." ho said
can knock a tnecw out of
"Soo if you
tho sword on
that slone." ,
1 timh the liandlo in both hands and
struck tho istono with nil my tuiht,. Hut ,
to my listoiilslunont a piccu llev off the !
stouc. whilothc sword did not show oven ,
tho least evidence of tlio blow
"Every ouo of theso wenpous has to i
statid that test." 1 was Informed, "or wo '
do tiot put t ho mark of our linn on it,
nor do wo deliver it as a Urst class I
weapon. " '
1 went all through tho factory, which 1
employs over 1,000 men exclusively in tlio I
inunuliicttuv of tiuo weapons. They tux '
now tilling an order for tho German gov- I
erumeiit for a new bayonet. Eight htm- j
dred thousand are to bo made, and the
tirm delivers l,,"iUd a day. Tho weapon is I
twelve incurs long, and tho government 1
pays six uiurko for each of them when
Uoforo a piece of steel is converted iuto
such an instrument of war it lias to go
through tpiito a process. To show tuo
this Mr Ivocli took mo into a largo space
at one end of tho factory, where I at onco
noticed pieces of steel varying in length
from ten to, twenty feet, standing all
around the walls. In tlio center of tho
room stood a largo machine, where otio
man and a boy wore occupied.
Tllli UAW MAI DltlAL.
"Tliis is where tlio steel is cut before it
has received a stroke yet toward tlio
shape of a sword, so wo might call this
tho storeroom for raw material." Thus
my hind informant began Ids explanation.
Tho long pieces of steel, which were
about 2 incites wide.wero then put under
tho machine and by the turniugof n crank
pieces of abuue twolvo inches foil one
after tho other into a basket. Tlio hoy
then handed the man another pieco of
stoel, put au empty bucket under tho
machi.io a::d carnod'tlie biiort pieces into
au udjtmh-.g apartment Wo followed,
and irom tho number of tires all around I
guessed that we must havo urrivedat tho
t urges. And so it was. Each ouo of
these pieces of steel was put into tlio
tire, and when it was white with heat, a
man put it under a steam hammer, which
struck tho heated steel in rapid sttcces
sion about twenty times on every partielo
of its surface. When it was pulled out,
tho pieces was about eighteen inches
long. It was now thrown into a large
barrel filled with water. Now tho would
bo sword had gono through tlio harden
ing process, and a number of boys
gathered them again into baskets to carry
them to tlio rolling department. In tho
front of each of these rolls I had my at
tention called to a big coko tiro, 'fliis tiro
was stirred up to an enormous heat, and
then tlio pieces of steel were one by one
put into tho (iro. There aro two men oc
cupied at each rbll, viz. tlio roller and
ids helper. As soon as tho steel is hot
ngain it comes under tlio roll, from where
it emerges about one-eighth of an inch
thick, and tlio eventual bhapo of tho
sword stamped on it.
Again tlio pieces of steel aro carried
oil. and this time they go to tho center
i presses, wuero tncy aro put unuor a con-
trlvaueo which cuts tho margins off
Btco1' "nd wltcn thoy leavo hero you
SCOtlut tll0 thing looks liko a Bw.
Hitherto, however, you havo seen noth
ing but a dark bluo pieco of dirty steel,
while wo now como into tho departments
whero tho metal is brightened. Thero is
at first tlio "grind mill." This is a large
phico which looks liko a barn. From one
end of tho room to tlio other I observed
rows of immenso grindstones, some of
them eight feet in diameter.
Tllli GItlXDKIl'S SKILL.
In tliis factory I saw forty stones, and
in front of each sat a grinder, llo has a
littlo wooden seat, wears a woolen shirt,
no cap and a pair of overalls. L5ut over
tlio latter up to his knees ho has wooden
gaiters, mado out of four pieces of wood.
His feet aro also inclosed in wooden shoes.
Tho stones aro turned by steam and
watered automatically. In tho front of
tliis stoiio tlio man sits from 0 o'clock in
tlio morning until 1:3 o'clock at noon.
Then ho has an hour for dinner, when ho
sits down again from 1 o'clock until 0
o'clock in tho evening. Ho lias a boy who
brings hint tho instruments as ho wants
them. Tho grinding department is tho
most important in tho cut iro factory, and
tlio grinder lias to ho very skillful. lie
has to havo a keen eve; ho must know
wheu to press tho steel hard against tho
j stouo and when not. A single scraping
of tlio btouo too much spoils tho w'liolo
, weapon, and it has to bo thrown away,
j Most of tho other work is mechanical,
j while hero it is intelligence that does tho
, work satisfactorily
From tho grinding stono tho pieco of
steel comes bright and sharp. It is now
taken to tlio buruishlug rooms. This part
of tho work is chiefly performed by hoys,
1 who vary in ago from 12 to 10 years. Iu
this placo thero aro a number of wheeh,
but they aro very small. Somo of them
aro of "stone, others aro covered with
leather, which, if tlio articlo has to receivo
' a polish, is covered with a powder which
leuds tho blado a high polish. Tho knob
! and tho back of tho handle aro now hril
J liantly burnished, and tho weapon is al
I ready very dangerous. Hut still it is uu
finished. Tho different holes which aro
mado in tho liandlo, tho ono which fastens
tho blado on tho gun and soveral others
aro now bored. This is done, however,
by machinery, and takes but a very short
time. Then tho liandlo Is covered with
leather, and now that tlio blado Itself id
thoroughly completed, it is taken to tho
In this department wo find, as a rule, a
number of old men who havo been at
work for tho firm for long years. Thoy
are not able to do actual hard work, hut
still in this department thoir services aro
Indispensable. Their duty is, in fact, to
cxamlno tho articlo and see whether thero
is a blemish anywhere. As soon as ho
detects a flaw ho ' knows whero it was
dono, whether in tho burnishing, tho
grinding, tho rolling, or any other do-
Eartment, and tho man who la found to
avo mado tho mistake has to make It
good, or, In other words, ho has to pay
for tho damage. Sollugen (Germany) Cor.
The IIlKness of Texas.
Texas can produco within its own bor
ders food amply fiullicicnt for tho support
of 250,000,000 peoplo. It lias a climato
adapted not only to tho productions of tho
temperate zone, but to thoso of semi
tropical character as wolL It has timber
as well us coal, silver, copper and other
minerals in almost exhaustions abund
ance. Houston Post.
Pre for Hook VTorii
' cut i' M chmiUni.
; newspapers nreconv
t this press hits tlls
,.t. ati'l for three years
unit Il !
nion enough, I
Unction na tlu .
tho only, web press iieotl
in this conn
trv for good book worx. At one enl
of the machine is n great roll of paper
moro than two miles long when tin
wound, nml weighing about T.1
pounds. As tlio paper unwinds it pass
es Urst over n jet of stenm which slight
ly dampens and softens, but does not
wet or sodden, its hard surface, nnd
fits it for receiving impressions. It next
passes under a. plate cylinder on which
tire thirty-two curved plates, inked bv
seven largo rollers, which print thirty
two pages on one side. Then it passes
nroinul a reversing cylinder which pre
scuta tho other side of tlio paper to an
other plato cylinder, on which are tliir
ty-two plates which print exactly on
tlio back of the proper pages for the
thirty-two previously printed. Tliis is
done quickly in less than two seconds
but with exactness.
But tho web of paper is still uncut.
To do this it is drawn upward tinder n
small cylinder containing a concealed
knife, which cuts the printed web in
strips two leaves wide and four leaves
long. As soon as cut tho sheet are
thrown forward on endless belts of
tape. An ingenious but undetectable
mechanism gives to every alternate
sheet ft mucker movement
so that it
falls exactly over its pVdeeosMir. tank
ing two lapped strips of paper. Husy
little adjusters now come in play, plac
ing these lapped sheets of paper aeeu
rately up to a head and it side guide.
Without an instant of delay down
comes a strong, creasing blado over the
long center of the sheet, and pushes it
out of sight. Pulleys at once seize t In
creased sheet and press it Hat, in which
sliapo it is hurried forward to meet
three circular knives on one shaft,
which cut it ueros in fourcptal pieces.
Disappearing an instant from view, it
conies out on the other side at the up
per end of the tail of the press in the
form of four folded sections of eight
pages each, immediately after, at the
lower end of the tivl of the press, out
come four entirely different sections of
eigltt Vages eaeli.
This duplicate delivery shows the
product of the press to be at every rev
olution of the cylinders sixty-four
pages, neatly printed, truly cut and ae
curately registered and folded, ready
for tho binder. This web press is not
so fast as the web press of daily news
papers, but it performs more operations
and does more accurate work. Tlieo.
L. Do Vinnu in Century.
IlniUNty by Weljjlit.
"fs that lioy tho new junior?" tho pros!
dent of tho b.uik asked the cashier, point
ing to a youth in tho oilko.
"Havo you tested his honesty?"
"Yes. sir I left him iilono in your
room for half nn hour or moro to count a
pilo of gold, which I told him had not
"Of course it had been counted?"
"No, sir "
"That was rather risky, wasn't it?"
"Not at all." replied" tho cashier; "1
weighed tho gold myself first." Pitts
SO.tlKTHINC Ftllt Til K SKW V KA It.
Tho world renowned success of llnstctter s
Stomach Hitters, ami their continued popularity
for over 11 third of a century as a stomachic, Is
so ireely moro wonderful than the welcome that
erect the mitinul appearance of Hosteller's Al
manac This valuable meiiical treatise is pub
lished bv Tho Hostetter Company, PU'ebiUKh.
Pa., under their own Immediate utif orvislon,
employing tin hands lit that departim t.t. They
are niiinliiK about 11 months 111 the year on this
work, and the issue of same for l.k,Jl win be
more than ten millions, printed In the Kwdlsh,
Herman. French, Welsh, Norwegian, Swedlsli,
Holland, Hohcmlan anil .-punish Iiiiikiiubo. lie
fer to a cony of it for valuable and iulerestliiK
readiiii; conccruluc liealth, mid niimerous ti sti- '
moulals as to tho otlieacy of Hosletter's Stomach I
HIttTS, Hinuscmenr, varied Ititrjmation, nstio
uomlcal calculations and clironoloKlcal Items,
tte., which can bo depended oil for correctness.
Tho Almanac for IMi can lie obtained free ot
cost, from driiKKists and Kenoial country dealers
in all parts of tint country.
It may bo " I.o, tlio poor Indian," in poetry,
but Indians eouie hit;h to tlio United States miv
crnmeiit. ItUI'TUIti: AND I'I LICS OUIIKI).
Wo positively curo rupture and all rectal dis
eases without pain or detention from business.
No curo, no pay; and 110 pay until cured. Ad
dress for pamphlet Drs. Porterlleld & Loscy, 838
Market street, San Francisco.
Trv Gbrmka. for breakfast.
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Fig3 is taken; it ia pleasant
nml rffrrHliiii. in fhn instn. 1111(1 aOL8
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
ljiver auu uowcls, cleanses mo nyo
Ptn nflbetunllv. tlifitifila colds, head
aches and fevers and cures hahitual
constipation permanently. For salo
m oucanu i uotiics wy au aruggista.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL,
LOUISVILLE, Kt. NEW YORK, N.f.
Local or Traveling,
To ell our well-known Nursery stock. We waut
good, lively workers, aud will pay well-corn-mission
or salary. Oood references rciuirea.
Apply (julck. U L. MAY & CO., Nurserymen,
BL Paul, Mluu.
Al'II.IAM l-S l'Oi: 1.1.1' ITUICllY,
When Tables, huh i th-evea win- turn,
nhout itu- -r ,"nri It t'. .likened tlmt
when ainlwr had O-ti, ruM'it it aepnrHi
Ihe pri'Tt) f i i.wllhg liKht bodies;
wM'ti in i lie ear IT-'tliat AiihT'CVi .siat--tn
.n nml iilrloxoi'lier, lletijittn - l''r.uikllii,
ma e nhiHhie dlro erloi ic: dii g dec
irlcl v bv iiieum of a kite tout k-j ; when
in lt1i"Str lluniijliTvv l)tv di-env-ied
tlmt an e.eciric ruin lit might be iniiiii
tftlned Iwiwmii two -licks ot carbon wi.en
iliey wire oeimriit'Hi ly a hurl space;
when even Morc on ! E ihoii l)f.'nn ijim
tnK elect riot 'j m juaiticft' uses, lilt e iliev
Ui.-w or imagined the fnmiotttton thev
rrvlai tl 'or li co rii" tu.d inventions
that mini i urove of t !-- nr. a!c t value to
the chlied wmld. Turn lr. IJarrin i
have dme- vered li.w to apply electricity
'ii cute the ills of sutlering humanity is
in-v int any iloulit b the well Informed.
The lli jiisioiiUot cures i cr;oriii'd hy tin in
ninniig our veiy best it17.cn- of I'i rt and
uiid throuithnut iIih I'nit d scutes N con
vim iurf prix'f of 1 he unperiiHlj nf elev
irieily nvr iii'ilic;iies in caring disesMC.
Ash proof nt tli nil ive "taieillt-ul w e (jie
sent Ihe following ll-t of 11101.0!-:
!)'iifni' Cvirnl In Kluht Minnie.
Editor Orononlrin: I came fiiun tny
home i,i II liluittl, Alnriou (Oiiuty, Or., to
consult I'r D.irrln and Ids ww tumie ol
curing ''eafue-.-. by v ertricity. I a- half
-kepi 1e.1l ai'out a ''teti-tiiiniiie cure," but
tny groat eite to be cured ov. icanie nil
sk'epiiiisui. 1 uml; the treatment and pnld
mv nioi.ei, aril wan eured in ei,tht lien
utes, so 1 can hear perfectly.
December 12. .'. A. Mn.i.int.
Cure -Made In San I'riineNeo Four Yeum
O. A. Voice, A lit inch, C11I. Dfafiiens 1
Iwent.N two year, could scarcely hear any
thing; icred in t n 111 nutes.
r. M Ilanh. till Oak drove nvenile-
fcphiul liouli eatid tieuural uis.-ilillilj ;cuied .
twelve 1 ears auo: na i no leiuni ei u mnce.
! .Mr.. it h'lny, residence Mi-son
Isiiei't S 11 Erancise 1 Asthma. iU afuess I
' and h- nd.iche twelve years; cured two 1
I veitrs ago.
I . . X' . 1 0..l. C... TP.. .. nl ., ....
, .1MI, lldlll IUII, i-lllllll .-.III I lOIHnur
('.distant piii 11 in stomach two jear;
1 cut oil and rmiiiliiH pormani'iit.
I Mrs. II. E. liai'ey, Itenieia. Cal. Total
deu!i!Cs in one ear twe've 'ears, caused
! b cui 11 11 iuil 1 i-ouiiies, euied last May anl
leniniiis pi'i iii'uient.
' Mr-. K. Desworie, Fresno, ('nl Cured
j of fi'inaio weaUiiess. falline; of tlio womb
I nnd cIihuko of life, also liver and kidnu
! The Drs. Darrin 1110 crowded with pa
, tinis troin It) a. M. 10 S l'. M. Thev have
a huge i-oiittirv practice, and seiul thdr
elect ic leu.eiti'es to am one desiringlioiuu
irinniieiit, tor any curalre i lirmiie. iieute
Oi- jn ivalo diseases, which aru kept str.i ly
Olilce 7ti Wasliimiton street, Portland.
OniiMiltHi inn uml exaiiiina! ion fiee. All
cliis-ua treated free from 10 to 11 A. M
daily. Cliarees iiinderale, being on'y ?:!0
a tiiontli lor each disea-e. or in that pro
portion, as cnsi's may icquiie. -eml tor
cltcular, f in o.
I'lI.KS! l'll,Kil lMI.KS!
Dr. W lllami' Imllaii I'lle Ointment will cure
llllnil, lilerdiuK n ml Hclili riles hen all other
olntuieiitx 1 nvi falleil. It iiIi-iTmh the tlliiinrs
iillaystne lb-hliir ,l( once, n.ts as tuiiihlce, 1
(!leh iiiklnut relief. II'. Williams' India I'lle
Ointment N prepared oiny for l'lles and Itclilm: I
of the pr vale parts, ami iiolhlni; else l.'xery I
liov Is warranten. soni n oriiirKism, or sciu uj
mall on trcclpl of price .Vie mi 1 perbo.
WILLIAMS MANl'I ACTl'ltlNCi CO.,
I'roprletors, Cleveland, O.
neivaro of imitationx ot the celebrated Beal of
N"rr)i Carolina Plnit Cut Tobacco,
PAINLESS, rm 1
-mi BHiV R I
83" WORTH A GUINEA A BCX.-
For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS
Such as Wind nnd Pain in tho Stomach, Fullnoss and Swelling after Meals,
Dizziness, and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite,
Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed
Sleep, Frightful Breams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
BEECHAM'S PILLS TAKEN AS DIRECTED BEST0RE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HFALTH.
Fop Sick Headache, Weak Stomach. Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,
thoy ACT LIKE MA0IC, Strengthening tho miiBcular System, rostorlne lonK-hmt. C01
plexlon, hrlnttliiK back tho keen eJgo of appetite, nnd nroiislnc with tho ROSEBUD 1
HEALTH tho whole physical energy ot tho human frime. Ono of tin) best miaraiueea
to tlm Nervcus and Debilitated Is that BFECIIAM'S PILLS HAVE HIE LARGEST SALE OF
ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. . , ,
., 1 milv l.v 'I'IKIS It i:i:(!IIA.1I. SO. Ifelp-ia. I.iincil.lilli'. duitlillil.
Sahl hu ItruiiiilHtHfinieriillii. B. F. ALLEN
Kntn AvntitK for tin. United Ktntnti. iro III fmr llrt
1I15KUI1A.M B l"lI,I.BOn HI'.UI'.IIT 01 I'ltllJl'.,
If you regard
a1 in hou:s0
in house -
Wk is a, so id
YOTJ JkSB CTTJJDG-EX)
by your houne just aa much aa bit your dress. Keep it neat and
clean and your reputation will ahtne. Neylect it and your flood
name will auff'cr. Do not think that housc-cleunina in too trouble
some; it ia worth all it costs, especially if you reduce the outlay of
time aiul Htrrttnth tihi0 SA lOI,IO.
P ISO'S REMEDY FOU CATARUII. IU-st. Kasi
cat to use. CltcapcHt. Relief in iinmciliato. A
curo ia certain. For Cold
It in an Ointment, of which
to tho nostrils. I'rico fiOc.
mail. Address: E. T.
Now Store. Cymnasium and Athletic Goods. New Goods.
WILLIAM C. BECK ARMS CO.,
Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Sporting Goods and Fishing Tackle,
U'lncliester, lK25J!BiHSfrsW . J'arner urns.,
Ititiicutliisrltlflei. BBHHHBBBBHssllil CoU HIiutKium,
I7 ANI 171 TIIIIIU KT.. (IB YAM II' I,' KT., l'OltTI.ANII. OH.
yf A -yr-
oirrnphers of IkUi sexes, attribute their
nnsa uoneiZQ. X'oniuuu. wrcuon, or
Oregon. Both are under the management
study, same rates of tuition. Jsuslncss, fliortlMiti,'iypcwnuiif,', I'aimnnsiup untiling
lish Departments. 22N die to either for joint Cutalogtte nnd specimens of penmausliip.
REMARKABLE SURGICAL OPERATION.
A Tumor of Tw ent jr-' u Venr' Stiindlns
Cured In I lie Mlnutr.
Mr. .loseph ilervii it, emploved in the
I'm (land t'rai ker I actiiry, was lirotigh'
to )r. Toel's ollice a slmr't time ago by
-Mr. Hicliet, the gnuer on Third and
Wushitigtoii streets, .lehad had since
his birth a btiht red ei.loied tumor the
sif.e of 11 walnut between his left eve nnd
his nose, which prevented liim from see
ing straight. When Dr. Toel told him
he could remove it hy elctricity without
the loss of a single drop of iilnod, lie
would hardly believe it; hut, when in
live lninutes' tinie Dr. Toel had dissnlvid
the tumor, he declared ids faith in elee-
nt the I
Dr. Toel lias studied tnur years
nivetsilies and large Hospitals
of liettnny, Switzerland and l'ngland.
and is tlie imlv surgeon in the Northwest
who operates by ehetr city without loss
Makes 11 specialty of Diseases of the
No-e. Throat and Neck, Skin, I'rtnary
Organs, t entitle Diseases and all Suigteal
Operations, us for Fistula, l'iles, Strict
ure, t uncer. Polypus and all other Tu
mors and I'leers! Operations performed
hv means of electricity without loss of
blood. OHice --No. '7l... Wasltington
street, corner Fourth, Portland, Or.
See tliis paper of the last two weeks.
1VKIlY lll'MOU OK Till? SKIN ANU SCAM'
111 of lnfancv ami ehililliouil. wliother tortur
lnt. ilMlKtirlntf, ilehliift, lm iittitr. si ah , 1 rusted. 1
pimply or blotchy, with loss 01 hair, ami every
Imparl 1 of the hloott, whether simple, serofu- 1
tons r he-eilttury. Is speedily, perinaiieiitly anil ,
economically cured by the ci'iicritA IIi-.mkiukk, ,
eoimlstltiK ot CcTlciuiA. the ureiit skin cure, Ce
T.i l'K so ir, all eMlllsilefklli puriller iilnl beau
tiller, and ct'itcfii v ltt:oi knt, the new blond '
and skin piirltler Hinl areatc-t of Mininr rcmc
illcs, when the best physleliiin nml nil other!
remeiili'H fall. I'iuciUs. snve vour ehllilren yents :
o menial iinil phv-luil siillerlin:. lloifln now. 1
Uelnys an- (iHiiceroiiu. Cures iiiiule iiiehlhllioml
tire permanent. 1
Sold eveivwhcre. l'rlce. CtiTlcCH.i. P0e; Po r,
2.V; Itvsoi.v r.NT. il. Prepared hy Potter DniR 1
ami CUemlial Corporation. Bunion, Masn 1
Send for ' How to Cnie llloiiil and Skin His-I
oases. " !
ffXy llahy's skin anil scalp purltled ami -ITi I
fr- iM-intltii d b cm. cb Sine. "VSTU
Ulii.ev 11 mis. Ini.i 111 lie unit muscular.
uinatlsm rellexcdon one niliiute by the
.lilted cc net n.iANTl riiN Pi.isTKir.'.ic.
i;OH ONI? 1)01. 1. A I! sent us by mall, we will do j
1 liver, fiee of all chnrees, to any person in the ;
t'lilteo stales, all tlio tollowliiB atticlos carufully .
pneked in a ucnt hi : '
one two ounce home of Pure Vaseline... 111 ct.
one two-ounce I nitio Vaseline i'ommle...lfi "
One Jar of Vnsi-ll1 c Cold Crenin lj "
One 1 nc ot Viiscllne Camphor lee 10 "
One cake of Van lino Soap. tniKcunUil....lO "
One cake- of Vaseline Si ap, scouted 'St "
One two-ounce bottle of White Vasellne.i'i "
dr fur str.iiiW niij hIiikIh nrtlcli' ut tlio pi leu named.
If J1.11 Inn ! iHviml. 11 to ii,' Vum-Uno hi any funn Imi
c.trrf ol Ui iicv, it only l-i iiiiIih. kw iU put 1111 by 11 hi
orlitfn .1 pucka. t A nr ut miiiiy iluintlt trilnjr to
pusi 1 .
.. i.iijcrs in Hike x arii.i.i. i-. 11111 up cj int-in
i.'kl In sut-li it .oniimlon. nn tin' ill tide in an hnl-
UII..11 Bliliuiit Tiiluc anil will 11 it tflvo vim tlm nimlt yini
t-xpont A lmttl. ..f 111. if Heal uu'liiie Is siilil by all
lri'.'tl-iM ut U c nta
Cliesebrougli H'f'f Co.,24 State St.,Now York.
I br-ri-rrii A1
EN CO.. 365 and 367 Canal St., New York,
ilriiKKistduFH nut kunp tlmm) WILL MAIL
UK.aAotH. A llOX. (Mkntion this PavfiD
CO.. 365 and 367 Canal St., New York,
cves. wins &J1
clsa.ning - Ss.polio
in tlio Head it lian no equal.
a ontall jiarticlo iu applied
Bold by druBBWtH nr sent by
Hazkltini:, Warren, Pa.
THAT CAN UT TJSHD ItVUIlY n.V
t the kind that, pays, bcores of
young intstncss nieit, and liutt
drcdsof hook-kecners and stcn.
bucocss to n course at the Portland Busl-
uic iaiijiuii ouaiuuaa uuuuuu, omeiu,
of A. V. Armstrong, have same courses of
lilt. At (
im. AUorsT k(i;nig'S
At Drmrelsts nmt Dnlcr, t f
ft nt hv mall on receipt t f j cts
iinekn(;c3 $t Hilii&tamp
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO., Baltimor. Md.
At nniRtrifts and Denier, or
sent by mall on receipt of 2. cts.
11 boxes $1.00) In f tnmpi. Snm-
p'e cntfrcoon receiptor 2-ccat stamp.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELElf CO.. Baltimore. Md.
AplJv to MH O It,
s i I VfcNs ,t CO., Attonn ys,
street. Washington. 11. C.. IUmm h oillces
1ovo1mi.i1. lictrolt 'l 1' ni'o
LieBig WarltJ Hispsnsaru,
400 Cwry t..rcc , ojn i rar.t.stu, mi.
Liobitj Intcrnaiioiial S'jrnicnl Institute.
Hhax, Aim-i ian m v -n THpnKtirtih', T -Ell
lUuKmUUI. , ,.p.i 1 uu" .1 H. mtill. h.r Kit . --'ut Tirat
litcut or Kti i 1 ilet Dt .i-e If iuiritig M Ui.nl
.r nr t''ftl 1 1 iitttn 11.
ikiik kou niHLi.uiH (ix ntHmurnro, ami imi.
Klsks iV iti AMI
Only Ht-llnliK' M)!. tl In-tltut- on ihu Coiit Mkkloff
a S).s iahr tT
PUIVA7E A!Ji3 SPECIAL DISEASES
t:rnrli, Kn.i CilJ, Mullo Oly, Seattle, sn.t lll tltlt
II c 1 1 Ir. un I'lirlllf l'iu.1, iuurl-l llir--,lj. lacb.
Faber's Boldon Female Pills..
on tlio market. Sever
fail. Successfully used
uy prominent Indlci
to relievo suppressed
SUREt SAFEI CERTAIN!
Don't bo liumbiinteil.
Bnvo Time, Health,
and money ;tako uo oth
er. Sent to anv address.
Feciiro by mall on ro-
culptof price, $00.
IHE APHRO MEBICINE COIKPAMT,
Western Uranch, Bos 'il, VOiMXANli, aw
Sold by WtsnrsM I Hum Co.. Portland Or.
?For LOSTorFAILUlO ITAHIIOODj
IsilE'iVcaUnsnsof Body and Mind. F.ffecta
c-juenfraianai.i-vuuo jji-juhi h j
tVcalrnsniiaf Bod' and Mind. F.Ueetm-
JJUilfiof 1'rrorourtxuei .cum Older Younr.
)lotiiil, luUt 11 l.MIOOII tullr llptliircil. IIoit In rntanr. .n4
Ab.olnl.ir unruinuc inula ,iir.iffin.Ti i.cdci.i m it a.j.
Il.a t..Utj froii till HLIr. .nd fr'arrlifn Cornti I,-.. Writ, thtrn
ll.ffrlDllie lluok, .ijitdn. lion ar.it nruot. tou 11.1 (..I.J) fri
Mitu ERIC ftlEQlCAL, CO., OUFFALO, N.
1 1 rp.
fr'Al'S PA'I i:st
Tho eheiiiiest thlin: in tlio market for houses.
barns, icehouses and outbuildings. Write for
cntahuiio and samples.
PACIFIC ROLL PAPER CO., Pacific Const AkciU
SO ami iti First street, San Frnncisco, Cal.
I "" i'it st.. rortii..i. or..
Pictures and Frames.
Head for catalogue.
Tliir Ols tho nrttnowlpdiri!
Ifitdlni: rmncdy for all tba
utuiaturnl dlschiirKes una
certain cure for the debili
tating weakness peculiar
I nrpacrlbo 1 1 nnd feel saf a
TritEvmCHtMiCMdn, In recommending It ta
. CINCISNJUI,0.iHsS .ui'.., .? i
n.B.A. ArmiH.i. BlUMtll, l U.iUtCMUS.IU.
I Sold by nrHKKUIIS.
POISON IN A PIPE.
Vow BinoktTH fully roulizo the
tlangor of Hinoking now or improp
erly cured Tobacco. Tho medical
HtuiT of the German army discov
ered this was a fruitful source of
Tho Bubaistoneo department of
tho U. S. Army havo adopted Seal
of North Carolina Plug Cut as tho
Standard Smoking Tobacco for tho
Bowaro of Imitations. Tho gan
uino "Seal of North Carolina"
costs you no moro than poisonous
STEIN WAY, Gabler and Pease Palm
Meaning tba IIemt Piano Maui, sad the fsrorlt
cheaper Pln; aU Musical Id.UuiucoU; IlBd 8iv
riled; Urse stock of Hheet Mutla 8THN WAV JlALU
Sou and 'hi Post Buttt; Maitiiias Grat Oo. Cal
awl sen our nn rooms and tie stoek.
N, e. H. U. No. 807-S. F. IS. U. No. Ui
1 wmva- J m
mww.. .iTOMMiumiiii win. mm
111 res IrTH
LWLW Uuftr.DUKt not w u
WmWm Vl'doulT t,r
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