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TilE A(.!:T AT 1 1I K l soir.
It win it witrtu July ni'irtiiii-,',
Wiirm tliiit I U It a tliMli of ity fur
'ixiUi uii'l l.iuiiilrv'-ri Hi I .t ilowu
in my .tli:nly v,it r-ioiu :iiil hjh ihvI
my il k to l-viii my ni"riiliiif
1 1 1 . i I m-upi-I, t.ikfti my (a-n front
tin-rin k mIh ii I li.-tir'l tlie click of
tilt' frunt win I, Kl.niiln out, e.tuv
h rt-y-h linil wiinm witli a i-lm'iiy,
nil, vi lvi t l'ii uii lu-r iirui.
'An M'int," 1 .-.till, Iniiitit'tit!y,
ti iny-i lf, in I unit to niKurr ln-r
rin' ut the il'M.r. Mie lii l'l out a
N'Mp of f il.liil fiapt-r, .ntylng ijnttiiiitc
lltT-xIf. AH I tMliv It I lllltlll C V i ' t
mental iiiiniiHMit: "Wor tlian nri
MKi-nt a U'i".';ir. I wiiihKt Ikav
tuany 1111.1111111114 -lit I1U1 liul LilUil in
a mini' 'li-iuii 11ml lmv many
einull ir.ltan- tlun? an- to I.- trarH
IHirttil i-:i-t tD their friemli?"
I!ut mi, it I'TuMil to ! 11 m-te fmin
my m-llilmr in the next lilixk, a
lia-ty x iK il htumI, written in her
own I'liarm teriM ie fa-hiou. SI 10 sil
wnyi ili n ii'lit Umiii my imat'ina-
ti'HI tn ili'Vilie what -he lililitteil to
"I'll :i-f ilo w hat you ran for In r,''
it r.111, "froh rjfjrs or omethln. I
ean't liel U-lii-vlii"; her. Ila-tily,"
' I ti'''l'i otit-itli' anil invileil
'her" tn a x-:it on the veramla. .
1 iliil mi I k'ave her the tiM real
nolii-e. She wan jMmrly ilre-eil, hut
Jier cotton "mitt-." hail leen carefully
ilarneil, ami her futf, though tlti-licil
ami xT-iirii)r, lnoktil like that of a
"What can I tin for you," I akcl,
"My neihlior lun not -xlaiucii
"I only wuiiU .Mo st-H"- hIh pau-cl
for hreatli ami tiieil to fan lier-eil
with the nil hn'. A hot wave
mrmcil to cm j over me at the ij;lit
it loi'ki il .-) like a llaine ii'l'riiu h
liitf lier fm-c. Stcj .(.iiiy into tin hall
I PK'urcii a fan anil olfereil her.
"l'lea-e don't think 1 am ill'
. lio continueil in short a-iix, "I'm
M-rfe-tly well -only I've Imi-h in
Colorado hut two weeks ami the
"lo not hasten. Kent a few mom
HiN In fore you tell you erraml."
"No I mu.t W p-ttinjr 011. 1
htuycil ii long with your frit-ml
there. She win kiml. Hut I've
only muile tiglitt-vn cents tli
morning ami it's nearly liinYlixk.
I have initlleH to cll ami wiiif
rurline for the hair. I think the
IlivtlU-s tiro j,'kmI. Tin' point ftriii
hhar. I don't know- much uUtut
.such tilings. J never trieil to -m-H
Her hrenth was coming to her
"You we, It i- this way," she con
tinueil. "My hu-I.Hiiil has coiisiim
tion. He has hail it -o long that we
have use up all our money ami the
iliM-tor Ki.l he might get well in Col-
orado. Our friends in the church at
thv Kut I'ou'ht us tickets to come
j ' out here, nml I have a friend w ho
jjivfs us a room in her house, hut
"MiV U jioor, too, ami 1 have to earn
Hoinethiiitf for us to eat. I tried sell
ing thex- things. I've Ui'ii out a
wtt-k. und forty-ciht cents is the
TToSt I ever made in one day. I
have a little tfirl lxides my Nick
InisliAiid, and fiMnl co-ts so much
"You cannot do much with these
articles, I fear. There are so many
She tluheil H-rcri(illy,
"I know it," she said, "and 110
IxMly know s how I hate to l eone.
They used to annoy me so. If 1
ever have a home aain I shall feel
dilferently, I think. Many ladies
are kind like your nci;lilor w ho s'iit
this note to you, hut some well, 1
wonder if I ever spoke to an acnt
quit as they fK'ak tome, l'leasant
.r words ifi fur. even w hen people
do not wish to huy."
"I know," 1 answered, w ith a little
inward qualm, "eourte-y in-ts r.oth
inr, hit you must make ullowaiice
. somitimes. N On 1I0 nut know what
the liusy housewife may have left
liehind w hen she answers your sum
mons at thedonr. Perhaps the I, read
Is dunlin in the oven, or it luitton
must U'sowcil on fur the hu-band
W ho Is drcsMnj; tocatchthe train."
Juick n-coiiitiiin lancisl from
her eyes into mine.
"I kmw, I do try to make allow
nee. Such a curiou- tiling I1.1 h-tms I
to me yeterday. Am I taking too
much time? Is your hread luiru-
"No, phase iro on. I have no
work that cannot wait a little."
Siinehow the thought of the sick
hilsliAnd and the youn; child wait
inn; patiently in a chs nHm fur the
fio-ihle forty i nts madi me fis l like
a mUlinnalrv, though only a moment
np I had felt so liurdemsl hy "hard
"Well, I called at a Imu and a
little rl atiswensl my rin;. 'Caul
ss your iiiammii ju.-t a moment,
ditir'." I a-ktsl. She tcpHsl into a
rsuii and I heard her say, 'Mamma,
thcr''s a nice t;randm:i at the disir'
Kray hairs always mean rindmas
to the little ones. I heard the moth
er say, 'O dear!' and heard theci.
suns drop from her lap as she arose.
I felt sorry I had come, hut it was
tin late.' I told her my errand as
quickly ami litcly as 1 ould. Her
face irathcrcd a dark frown. 'No, I
wouldn't huy any lusslies to save
your life,' and the i.,r slammed in
iny face. 1 felt so hurt that it re
quired a ileal of resolution to
enter the next h"Us, lut then- I was
kindly rcsvived ami they a-keil nie
to rest. When I came cut the worn-1
an wlio had Ns n so rude stuo.1 at
her pte and udhil to me. sheakil
me to come hack to her hmise as .she
Wislusl to talk tome. At first 1 n.
it as a favor
a nice lunch
! ttli't I U t lit. SliO !i;nj
spread t which he insisted that I
-hould sU down. She U-vifsJ my
pan Ion for her rudeness, and w ished
to know what necessity foreisl me to
canvass from house to house In Mich
hot weather and for such small profit
as she knew- I must make 011 my
tus-dl. and curline. I told her my
story. Now,' he caid, 'I will tell
"She opened Imt purs she had
already taken a ease of my needim,
fcr which che paid me a dollur and
w ould accept no change and showed
iiim its contents, a L-i fierous roll of
hills. Ynu see,' he said, 'that 1
have plenty of money. When that
N jfone I van have more. Every
thing I need which money cun huy
is mine, hut I am very unhappy.
Perhaps I ought not to tell you, but
I will. Myhushand is not kind to
me. From the moment he enters
the house until he leave it then is
1, lie continual storm of faultfinding.
I can do nothing to please him no
matter how hard I try. lie had
Ims-ii gone hut a short time when you
came to the door, and he was uiiisnii
moiily had this morning. 1 was so
angry and hurt at his treatment that
I sinrcely knew what I did and so
vented my spleen tqxill the first
object that came in my way. After
you had gone and I thought how
cruel 1 ha I Us-n 1 could not n-t
until I had begged your forgiveness,
and so I set my little girl watching
for you. 1 hope it w ill U a lesson to
me. I do not wi-h to Is unkind to
"Poor woman! f, too, had learned
a le-son, and, as I went away from
her house, I thought I would not
exchange places with her for all her
precious money, And, ns you say,
I try to think what may be 'left txs.
hind in the house' when M'ople are
not pleasant to me. Now, if you
will forgive my taking so much time
and would like to sts my needles."
She told mo more of her story ns
she displayfil her wan, but I ikhhI
not repeat it hen-. It whs the old,
old story, so cruelly new, of unex-iss-ted
reverse: of fortune and utter
incapacity to nn-et them. It was so
little I could do, only to purchase
some of her wares, pick her li hand
ful of flowers and send the rnsdi eggs
to her sick husband, but she went on
her way smiling and grateful, saying
as she bade me a eourteoim fan'well :
"The kind words help me us much
as the money. It Is so lonely here
among strangers. Sometimes I id
most line heart and doubt if !m is
I, too, learned a lesson that morn
ing, or rather, rei-ommittcd a half
forgotten one, and as I returned to
my morning task those words of
I op I Houghton's kept running In
my mind :
An urm of aiJ to I ho wenlt.
A frinodl; timid to tbe frioudlrM,
Kind words, o iliort to iHk
Hut wliune echo ii Midlewi.
Tlie world in wide, tliciw thiutpmre niunll
Tlirjr may tsi nuitiintf. Imt tLey itr all.
There is a manifest weakness in
the I'nited States senate's physical
The ( tliio campaign is being made
just as exciting us though the result
was in doubt.
lie who has never leen tempted
has little right to luiast of his honor
or his honesty.
IIosh Croker evidently wants
llourke Cochran to realize that it is
Is'tter to Is- Ixirn humble than elo
quent. The son-in-law of the late iHun
Pislro by going to Brazil, shows that
his ambition largely overbalance his
If that Jersey idea of "organizing
the christian vote" should lsvome
popular, some Hlitician might
rind themselves hunting for a job.
Tin principle reason why hazing
is still practiced in eollegist, Is that
the college authorities were once
hoys themselves and know how it
October Is the mouth of hunters,
and in the neighborhood of our cities
many things are strolling around in
hunter's outfits that it would ls diffi
cult to prosrly classify.
Kaiser Hilly is now making faces
at the Berlin low 11 council, liecause
it had the nerve to refuse to provide
at public e.ense, a playground for
his royal "kids."
The man who didn't know exactly
how the yacht ras would turn out,
lias yet to ls found. Those w ho lost
money did It by Is'ttingagaiust their
judgment. What a curious animal
man is, anyway.
If Senator Blackburn has the proof
that the KuroHim banking house of
Rothschild carried gold from the
I'nited Stalls at a loss, for the pur
Hvseof forcing a panic ami influents
ing legislation, he should lose no
time in producing it.
Keep your eye skinned for the Job
in that scheme lo annex the territory
of lower California to the I'nited
states. If we are not mistaken that
allcgisl Kuulish-Amcrican syndicate
which claims to have thought the
property, is nien-ly a blind.
The Choctaw Indians should now
1n considers) thoroughly civilized,
their treaunT having "skiped,"
leaving a shortage of something like
tloo.non. Considering the amount
he had lo handle, 110 Chicago or New
York pian could have made a heav
Omaha, Neb., May ., ls;.
I have triisl a gnut many n-meilie
I for headache, and Kraue's Head
I ache Caiisu list knock it nulcker than
anything I ever triisl.
I. W. Mt'VKA.
1'or sale by 1 1 iII-Im n I'li-irmacv.
j fn-.il, Lut l lyi,Ttl
The l'otk.r)JHrt'iJJifriit Coin
lllisnlon, whl.ii-Jviiting the
exeeutive de Hneb y set how
the aerviee ij e i.rove., 1
gathering aonnV turprt""if informa
tion. It is usually eonsidenl that
one mctuler out of a family is enough
at the public trih. The commisfion
finds 6i;i0 people with relatives
draw Ing lialaries In the departments
at Washington. There an; twos r
sons who have no relatives with
them 111 ome. This is the limit,
l ive officials have eight relatives
a I its -e on salaries with them. Four
have seven relatives each In govern
ment serv It v. Ten have six apiece;
M have five apiece; !! have four
apiece; 27 have three apitsv; ln:S7
have two apiece, and 4"1 have one
apiece. There are 17,.i!! s rscns in
the departments at Washington, and
.".10, or one-third of them, have rel
atives similarly fa vortsl.
In thirty-seven eases both husband
and .wife are drawing government
In on case, husband, wife, brother
and son and one other relative are on
the pay mil.
In another, a husband, wife, sister
and five other relatives are provided
There are ss.7 cases of brothers in
serviceainl !J7 cases of sisters.
One woman clerk has her husband
two brothers and one si-ter, draw ing
salaries with her.
Two ofllcialshave four brothers
apis:t in office, Niiles three other
The parents employed who have
sons In oftlce number ;!!.'!.
Fifteen official have Imthsoiis and
daughters In office.
Two have sons and daughters and
This w holesale nepotism in the de
partments, the length and breadth of
which nobody imagined uiitil tlie
commission unearthed the facts, will
be the subject of legislation of a rad
ical and stringent character.
There is a very strong sentiment
in this country against a civil pen
sion list. Yet the commission finds
what amounts to the same thing pre
vailing on a largo scale in the de
partments. Men and women who
have outlived their usefulness are
Ikmiijj curried ummi the pay rolls Ik1
cuuse their sticriors an1 too sympa
thetic to dismiss them. They do
next to nothing. Then is one s-r-son
over 1)0 on the pay roll. There
are six lictw'een X! and 1M) years of
acre: thirty-three U-tween SO and s."i
years; sixty-six lietwccn 7 nnd so;
and 1h2 lietwtsMi 7( and 7" years,
The number Is'tweeu d. and 7(1 is
;sii. The iiuiiiIkt in thedeparlmcnts
over (', which is thought to be the
limit of efficient service, is Mil,
which is nearly one-half the entire
departmental fonv in Washington.
The great defect In tlie government
civil service is that then1 is no limit
of age or service. There Is no way
of getting in fresh blood. There Is
much truth in the old saying, that
government officials seldom die ami
One jierson now in office at Wash
ington has Iss'ii drawing govern
ment pay for sixty years. Fleven
have been on the pay roll forty
years, one hundred ana nine have
nfords of thirty years. Those who
have htld their official Hitions
twenty years or over reach the num
lier of JiMi.'i, or one-eighth of the en
tire force. Nearly half of the 17,.!!t
officials in the deartments have had
ten yars or more of the good salaris
and easy duticst which make these
ositions so highly coveted.
Women now hold ".-17 places In
the departments. They numls-r one
third of tlie entire pay roll.
Moft of the ersons in office in
Washington got in without having
to iass any civil service examination.
They were in U-fore the law went
into ocration ten years ago, or they
tscassl the formality some way. It
appears from the investigation of the
commission that there are only :iri7."
officials now in service who have
passed the civil service examination,
just nne-fiflli of the entire numls r
draw ing pay. According to the law
there are hni'7 s rsons w ho hold po
sitions subject to civil service exam
ination for apMintmenl, but !?;: of
them esnpd this by ls ing in IsTore
the civil service law went into cisti
linn nnd sticking to their places.
The commissioii has gone far enough
in its investigation to uncover the
necessity for great nTorms in the
civil service. News Report.
And yet there are tho clamoring
for civil scrvic reform fir the pur-
ose of establishing an office-holder's
aristocracy. Tlu-se mugwumps for
the most part, live in New York and
voted for Cleveland.
General Wade Hampton, commis
sioner of railroads, has recommended
in his annual n-ort the appointment
by the government of 11 commission
having full iowcr to determine the
lildel tednessof the Imnd-ai.hsl Pacific
railroads to the government. Then'
are many indications that the demo
crats will try to get rid of this
troublesome question hy the device
suggested by Wade lliinpton. of
course no commission is needed for
the purpose indiiivtisl, for the treas
ury department can furnish the
amount of the inilebtislness of the
various sultsidized railroads in !
time than it would take to w rite out
the text of the resolution creating
ttich a commission. Rut the creation
of a commission w ill serve n couple
of urpos admirably. First, it
would take the question away from
tiwgresw, for the pnxent, and it
would give several good democrats
fine fat sitions. It w ill be infer
etlng to wa'ch the outcome of the
An Ahthuma exchange, democratic,
breaks out with thine words: With
hogs at the pn-sent profitable jriee,
and with two ears of corn to every
stalk, and w ith three stalks to the
hi!!, and w ith four hundred hills to
the row, anil eleven nws to the acre.
and foiirty aenst to evey man and
boy in this county, this vocation of
the calamity howler Is no longer
cou.sidensl a sinecure in this com
munity." lu lHnbt.
"So you have got a wife," said
Chaffer to a new ly married man. "I
don't know don't know," replied
tli man with evident hesitation.
".Smietiiiies) I think I've got her,
and nometims I think she's got me.
You sts-, I've only !een married a
few months, aiul I can't tell Just yet
how the combination Is going to
turn out." Tit-bits.
Wf ClOkft. .
i )f course, it Is not easy to change
houses already built, but I give a
hint to all w ho are building to suit
themselves, not to have a clonet in
the house at least not without a
window. Physicians condemn all
dark closets as haunts of vitiatiil air.
Were I building, there would not le
a closet in the house unless it were
large enough to have a sash window.
Have a trunk room and an airy
linen pre, if you please, where (he
mother can sit nnd mend and sort
her sheets and tablecloths in sun
shine, but no dark closet.
Instead, all bed-rooms should have
large pine or mlar wardrobes, with
double doors to ojs'ii the whole front
Thest! can ln made at the time of
building much cheaier than closets
can ls Uiill into the walls, and they
remain movable, always sweet and
every way convenient. Added to
this, dollies are better kept from
dust and insects in them. They can
be built quite as large as closets, with
ti drawer for shoes, while the top Is
useful as 11 shelf. Chicago Journal
The Ait of Advertising.
A young man of agreeable exterior
and ample means del ires to form the
acquaintance of a lady with the view
of making her his partner for life.
Reauty and wealth are not so much
an object as a gixxl character and an
amiable disjxisition. Young ladies
w ho may fit'! inclined to cast their
lot w ith him are hereby nquested to
call at Herr Meyer's confectionery
establishment tomorrow afternoon nt
:i o'clock, ami as a means of recogni
tion to eat an npple tart.
A few minutes after :l the w hole
stock of npple tnrts was cleans! out.
Lily White. Did you have many
otters during the summer?
PlucU. Rird. Many? Why, I
had to limit the proposal speeches to
five minutes. Puck.
Murviuff on Kerf Tea.
One of the hardest notions for the
untrained nurse to give up is that
liccf tea is a valuable nutriment. The
recent assertion of a writer in the
'American I.ancct' that thousands of
sick jiersons have Is-en starved to
death on las'f ten. Is only a summing
up of what physicians and exjKTt
nurses have Uen trying to Impnsa
Umii the minds of the laity for some
Ihs'ftenisn stimulant, slight nnd
evnnescent, but to "live tin las f ten,"
which has been the shihtstlcth of
many a sick-room, Is impossible.
And the Lancet further counsels tl.a
if it must still Is' made and used tn
perform its very limited service, to
remeiulsT that, like plain tea, it
should never Is' Ixiilisl.
A lady tif no little culture and re
finement upon whom we were
once making an afternoon call sud
denly Interrupted the conversation
by addressing her little daughter
thus: "Fthcl dear, get up of! that
rug this minute, do!"
"Why, mamma?" innocently asked
the child with round-eyed wonder.
"Why?" returned the mother.
"lon't you see? Your dress Is lnk,
and that rug is decidedly crimson,
and I can not endure such a combin
ation of Inn-. Get up, please."
The child slowly rine, and the
world moved on.
Fthcl's mamma was infected with
the icsthetic measles,
-I bistort Cour-
Sow Try This.
It will cost you nothing nnd will
sun-ly do you good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
thnkit, chest or lungs. lr. King's
New Discovery for consumptl n
cmjjhs nnd colds is gutranttsxl to
give relief, or money will lp 1 aid
back. Sufferers from la gripe found
it Just the thing and under its use
had aspisdynnd erfect recovery.
Try a sample Isittie at our expense
and learn for yourself Jim how good
a thing it Is. Trial Nttles free at
Hillslsiro Pharmacy. Iargt size Tide
Grafton, Pa. Aug. 2:1, lsi.
NoliM AN LlUITV, F.sq., I list Moines,
III. in Sii! Vnnr U'r.ii, II.....I
ache CnpsuliM nn good sellers and do
the work every lime.
ours truly, iKiiiu.K. HAitiv.
For sale by IlilNhoni Pharmacy.
A Sure fare Tor rihu.
Itoliinrf filra arc known ij mnimar
liko rspirati'n. coiiik mtrnw itrhin
ocn wnrai. Ilmform a wall aa I Iliad
Mwsliim or (VtrnJinit. ywliU at una t
Pr. Ismanko'a l'il lmrdr, whtrlt acU
dirirtlT on fmrX ffcusj, absortx tamn
.Ut lU-hinu anil rdarta a frmnprnl enro.
.sicta. Iirotfuisii or mail. Circular tn.
lr K.nko. I'hilailrlohia, t'a. hold bf
lirnt-k A SfU.
James K. Weatherford, of Albany,
hi in attendance on the Limetalli
conventional St. Iouis, jsiurlng out
Ms life blood in the iuUTcst of the
fn-e and unlimited coinage of silver
He is opMwts to tlie repenl of the
Sherman law and then-fore wants
the government to continue to pur
chase four and a half million d liars
worlh of silver t mouth, even at
the price of busintsvi stagnation, hanl
timi-s ami ruin to the rest of the
country. He wants the government
to Is a sort of father to the silver
mines tif Colorado and Montana,
with their wealthy owner and for
eign laborers, who nsiort to dyna
mite anil bloodshed to keep up wages,
A Oregon is entirely an agricukural
state, and as her general pnw'ierity
depends absolutely uihiii the wel
fare and pns'erity of her farmers,
Mr. Weatherfonl would utand before
his ueigMsirs lu a much more favor
able light if he would busy himself
to secure the monthly purchase by
the government of four and a half
million dollars worth of wheat,
vegetables and other product of the
farm, which, on account of the
fatherly Interest showed by the
government uhii the silver Industry
are almost without a market. If
James pniixisfs to lie charitable he
should not forget that "charity be
gins at home." Corvallls Times.
Matter VlthuatM right.
A German paper says that a cook
w ho had burned a 5qound joint of
veal, to avoid a scolding threw the
sKilcd meat aw ay ami told her mis
tress that the cat had eaten It. "In
ticett," sam the lady, "we will see
alsuit that," nnd she took the eat,
put it on the kitchen scales and found
that it weighed precisely 5 pounds.
"There Katherlne," she said, "I
supose that Is five )ounds of meat,
but please tell me where is the (Tit?
Only a Figaro of Speech.
'He w ill lend her to the altar" Is a
favorite formula atiout ft wedding,
but how seldom a bridegnioin leads
his bride to the altar. He usually
contrives to get there alone, or with
one Isstt man, and the bride's father
or somelsHly else does the leading.
The rural districts of Clackamas
county an to have the convenience
of a telegraph connecting with On
gon city and Portland. A line has
been in successful osratiou for a
yenr, from Cae Horn, on the Col u in
liia, to Portland. It is to be ex
tendisl to ncighltfirhood centers
thoroughout the county.
S. II. Clifford, New Casse!, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
rheumatism, his stomach wait dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly nslucetl In flesh
and stn'ngth. Tim bottliM of Kiev-
trie Hitters cunsj him.
Kdwnnl Shephanl, Harrisburg,
III., had a running sore on his leg of
eight years standing. I'sctl three
Isittles of I Jectrlc Hitters ami seven
Imixcs of Rucklen's Arnica Salve, and
his leg is sound anil well. John
Sjsnker, Catawha, O4 hail five large
fever sores on his leg, doctors Mild he
was incurable. One 'bottle Klectrle
Bitters and one lsx Iiucklcn'.s Arnica.
Salve curtsl him entirely. Sold by
Syracuse, X. Y., Feb. 2:1, 1S1U.
My Dkaii Mk. Pitiiam, Pittsburgh,
I want to ask a gnut favor of you.
I want you to please send a loy
down to the hotel drug store next to
the cafe nnd have them send half a
dozen ls)xis of Krause's Headache
Calculi's. I Ismght some while I
was In Pittsburgh nnd found it won
derfully effectual. I tlo not know
how much they w 111 cost, so would
ask to have them sent V. O. D. care
of the Colonade hotel, Philadelphia.
Hoping that I will have an early
opjsirtunlty to Mum the favor, I
n inain, Very truly,
For sale by Hillsboro Pharmacy.
- - THESE PILLS -
bfintf Bflntiiie-ooo'ed nnd or i form in tbip.
r riwT to Ink. not flo d by liwiaplit-ne
eliitnuni, nnd are rtty tolubl ami dia
I RED CROSS TANSY PILLS
AUK I'EliFtCrLY HAHMLF8H,
(ftfptin tha toni Iron thy nootain) aafa
and aara aa a muntbly rnlatar. lnaaaoat
riuinrnt ptiTsiomna nt thia aira Ho n kfai
tata to rreoniinrud tbraa pi I la whan tbay ara
ailviard of tha formula. Man? tbiaua nitiht
ba mid of thair many virtoaa, rasar vnian
tart tMtnnoninla mittbl bm putiliabad. bat
thia lilsrtT will ot lx lakan. Maar grata
fnl IndiM ba writ't-a oa lattara withoot
area mnrkina thnu " eotilldenual." Wa do
not aulicit ttsitimuniala, nor do wa eara for
brxa, a wa ennnotnaa them. 6
Soli by Hillsboro Pharmacy.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Tranmrt a (irnantl Mankinit Riminma.
J. W. NHl'TE rrrrin
BEN J. artlDEIEM) .... Vira riaaiDT
t. D. MF.KKYMAN Caaaiia
Mia tight Eicbanv and Tlraptii
Tranafrra. and Iwimi Ittara of Credit
arailabla tbroaffboat tba I'nlUsl Htalaa.
1 1 raw Hi I la of Kichanga oa Lnadoai,
LiTrojol. Dohhn. t'ana. Hrrlin. Frankfort-
on-tba-Min, Hwickholm, and all pnoeipai
ao Ma of to rope.
Collection! made on all ocaaibU polcta.
Itanking boor a frum li. a. to Ir.
Find fault with the cock if
tht paatry dor not exactly
uityou. Nor m ith your wife
either perhapa abe is uot to
It may he tbe lard ahe la
uaing for ahorteoing. Lard
i iadigeatihle you know. But
if you would alwaya have
Cakea, plea, rolls, and bread
palatable and perfectly di
gestible, onler the new abort
euiinj'COTTOLENE." fc youi
5OL0 BV ALL OROCEU.
kirvit Ala. huaariTvlfc.
Made ouly t,r
H. 1L FAIKBANK L CO
ST. LOUIS n4
MicAao. New vonH. otoh.
rVn4 thrwcwtitatnitaipaio"f. K.
FftlrtMnk A O . 4 tihlMIO, tut taAIhl
ai.iiMt'inUrlrwf'Mli rvoft . nfiuain
lit; if rtniMlrvai r-rtpw, fvtrJ by
Dlllt f UilllVltl SUttlurilMUlt tXH'k iimi
Ripan Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely used by the best medi
cal authorities and die pre
sented in a form that is bo
coming the fashion every
where. Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and intestines; cute
dyspepsia, habitual constipa
tion, otfensive breath and head
ache. One tabule taken at the
first symptom of indigestion,
biliousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will surelv and quickly
remove the whole difficulty.
RipansTabules may be ob
tained of neat est druggist.
are e:isv to take.
quick to act, nnA&j$sf
save many a doc-VV'
Tba nnderaiunej bavins leen rMtored to
health by simple lurana, aftor aaffcrinii foi
MTeral year a with a aevers Inns affactiiin.
and that dread lindane CuiMiintjfioN, 1
anxioaa to make known to hia frllow auffer
era tba menna of enre. To tboae who dt-mrr
it, ba will ebaerfiillt aend (free of eharvel a
Door of tba praaoription oaed, which the?
will find a sureoure fur l'oiuiuiii'im, A nth-
ma, Citlarth, fintnrhtti'nud all throat and
Imig .Wiiiiiict. lie hoiea all anfferera will
try bia remedy, aa it la invaluable. I boar
deairuur tha preaoription, which will coat
them nothing, and may prove s bleaeiiiK,
ill please addreaii,
Kav. Enwtan A. Wruxm.
o7-lyr . hrouklyn, New York.
BEAT IX THE WORLD.
ttawsairlBaqqallilaaara oaTOrffaaai il. artaaTV
asitlaacinv two boa of anr o har brand. Not
Oactoa tw beat. I ". i. T 1 1I k. ii L 1 1 ! fc.
FOR ffALK PT liKAI.FRSOPNERALLT. I iff
SAVE THE TAGS.
One Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars,
In valuable Presents to be Civen Away in Return for
SPEAR HEAD TAGS.
Tr-M WIKDIVO tUilS GOLD WATCHES Hl,r0 C
FINK 1MPORTFD KrtFSf'lt OI'KR A (IL.tKJ, MortiXfo IHHiV,
HLACK LNAMLL TKIMMINU.S UL AKAXIKKl) At II ItoM A I Ii . . i75 ti
IMPORTED OFRMAN BITKHOR.M IIAMtLK. lilt K ULAIiKI)
Jot KKT KSIVW 21UK
ROI.t.F.D CMJLD WATCH CHARM RuTAKY TKLKx Ol'K, Tc TII
t. A Hi IK rtTfRFS(ltX2n.:hea) IN ELfcVtN C0LOItM,'or franil:i(,
bo advertiaiuj oa tbem ,.H- 6
PIZC. AMOUNTING TO $173,250 61
The above articled will he dlntrlbuted. kv
HEAD I'lua Tobacco, and return to ua tba a I
Wa will dlatiibuta ta of theaa prtxea lo
To The PARTY e-n1in oa tha treateat number of ePEAK HEAD
IAIW fruineilila mmmf wa will five.
T tbe FIVF PA.RTIFS aendlnc ua the neit
kU't-AH lla.AU JAWS wa will give lo aacb, 1 oi'tltA bLAvi.
To tba TWENTY PARTIES aendtnf na tha
OT 'I f Alt 11E.AU lAUt, Wa Will RIVO
To tbe ONF HfNPRKD PVRTIFH aendlnf
liuiiioer or I'r.Ait nr.Ai i we win give u eacu 1
KoLLEl iH)LU WAli II HARM TOOTH I'll K
I tba ONE Hl'NPnFn PARTI ITS aendlnf
tunioer or pit. in nr..i iah, we win Civa TO eiM'D. I
AhuK rJCrLKE IN fcLEVEN t)LolW
Tatal Saaiker of Priaea
CArTTV. Sn Taca will be rwelved lxfore Iinunrv lt. I1!, nrr r.Urr
IW4. Karh parkaare rniitalninc tara moat he
l-onn'r, Htate, and Nuiuber of Taga lo eavcU
RKAt. PFAR HEAP pnaarana more riialltiea rf li,lr:n.ir vhIu- tlir.n anr oi'
ptiif tol-aoro produced. II la the aweeteat, I ha loiivlieat, the r l. I- -I. M't. A M II V. It
atjeotutely, poaitivelv and 4tlaetlel v ,tirierenl lu flavor frwea aur other i-iih
A trial will oonvlrx-a tha lllt akeoliral of 1 1. 'a faot. II la Mil- ltn i - ir of a:. ...n.i.
ha eaid atrle on eart li, whirh provaa I hut II
people, iry iv au i l anii-ipaia in ina enieai ror inrt. f lli:,l a T a, t tu l on . i
la rant ptcca uf fci k.AU XiLAl) v..u bur. Mend la (ha m--, no in.m. r !,,. tn
quantity. Very ain ere iv,
a ii e r. . r" ,ii" "iiir.i.i 1 1 .ii i iri.r .owr, I iftlr
A Hat of the penpla nhtalnlnc theaa nrlzea In Una roiintr will li i,-.i,iki..i in iku
aapar liuutaiUataii aflr KtL-ruary ut, ikh.
001 T UNO ANT T16S
EAGLE MARBLE WORKS!
t. a-. i-iLiiciisrs,
mm iiiTviit or
ami nil kin. N of Marble Work in
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE.
IiupuMrr and iti-Kr in
Ameicaa and Scotch Granite Monuments.
orru a mu woaia
22tf Salmon St., 1MTKTLAM, OK.
rtr Y I h Is i f
A SPECIAL OFFER!
Tha above L a eorrant nleturaof THBoaB
OONIAN S NaW HL'll.tllMt. lueated al Ilia
orner of Mith auJ Al 'r alreeta. for mmuy
reara 1 HE IlKh.l.oMAN hsa felt the uaai ut
a new and ummuittou. bulliilnf ainbraoluc
all Ilia uiutleru improveineuU. oltkttaa lawal
Improved ntarliliierv for luriilnar out a ma
Iropolltan tapr. It wow baa It. mni one that
the a hole Pacine t ou.l mar Jntir falroiid
of aa 11 la rertalnlv the ttn at ua the coaat.
Now that IHh nk O XIAM la aettli In
thia new home it feela like iclvlns ita man.
Irleiiila a bene tit. It mukra tula atrial onar
to thuae who reuaw their aubanrlption, or to
iho who aubaoriba prior lo saptaiaoer ial
to eeud tha
TMa beliif tha Hull aeann of tha rear. TH '
Oltt-liilMAN l.aliee. a bene tit of thia klu
al I be reatlr airec:ntoJ. I'leaan aanit I
roitr Biinrl -tion ua.oon a (MMaibla. H lie
viallliitf I'ortlaml von are eor.ltjliy Invtt -lo
rail ami take a trlj thruuab our na
CKlGONAl PUBLSHXG CO,
I'DKILASU I K
I bava alMiut HiK) acrea of good tiaatort
npilied witb good Iiviiik wnter, and nude
H-xid fence. Itntea for pnalnraite,
iier month. Iloraea aaltfd every week
Will take all remwinohla care of animala
but unavoidable aocidnita at owner a riak
am .AMKS U. I.EE. (laalon. Or.
. CLAY WORKS .
A Poll Itock of
Cnnatantly on band.
JAS. H. SEWELL, Hillsboro, Oregoi.
eoemtlea. amnnc nartlea who chew l i:Al
TAM takro tUrn-froui.
thia eawany aa followi:
I GOLD WATCH
.20 PtX'KET K.VIVL:
areateat number of
next treateat numl-'r
IO t U I lVH.Kt.r
ua the nnt greatest
ua tba neit greatest
for ibla Cmmty, 2-M.
niarkt plainly wiiii Natn- ( . n t
pw kaga. Ail rUarf-1 uii .m.'..ir
haa ranalit tee ,nir i Tr,. i. !,.- t.
18 Months for 2.0C
ItfOftE JlkUlM I. liU
5 --r-x -ia i
Ul'V NOM.lll TTIIKtiliM INK
:t,(HHi Mi rcliuiii II I l.tw kt -' -t--Uu-lf.
'J.iaHidf ilit-ni IiiiiiiI! il ilitr
SiHvtat-lfH witlmiit Mirti.
slinxt inj.' tin- irrc;it 'i' ul.irity i f
IIAWKIX ilai nr nil i tlnii.
lUs tiptiiltl (limit inn! fiirlnry I-clit
of liua-t IMIilJ'lt tf in tin- 1'. S.
KVKUV l-Alli W'AKIi IM 1 I'.
Tllt-V fMIIHUJ .-l:i"- lirt' tittnl t'
tht? fye lit tlie "tnii' uf
ROCK & SCLS
DR. GUNN S
OHL Y OSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Street), bawl or HmJ aviunti Una t-f ihM ' pli r.
Iivm JittirM lu tbt iiumti h anil t-i.n-a ! .i.i- iir
OH rU ft nitthl fitr k T r Mr us Ilieitunai h a I ti
iiPlllM th tratlh . '1 ha- 1 ti u I 1 ' il e u II,
rui.te lb bula tud ui out ( i .1. 1
4V-t prompt It. fl Hiiltllv. Hi ut !'.. 01 m. (ten
piuAgjisie or mU. kleu.aa MJ I'g , I t 1.4 .
WORK FOR US
frw -U. and wn '' -t .ut I . -I at t, ut-.-x.
Hint w ill r :tri( 11ur t tlort! t
MII1 IV hr Ihr I'M-t lUalll h of' I illl .L'-nt
tli.it tu Iw f'Himl "ii Hr t;i l 'In . ..till.
S).A .Ml irilU on H- W orth "I lMiiiira. 1-
brtiip raailv ami luMttiratd y tiirnit ( .ml J " iJ to
huillli-l of llirll, HtHiif II, tint vain. k-u.. Hi itU
rmpltiy. Vou cau limits nmm- l;i-i-r :i! Ur
U tliaii vm havr ativ hl- of. I'm- lniirv-- 1. mo
rttety to It-aru, an) miru Hmi m un ,1 miu. ( i nn.
thai all ucifcJ from tliv tart. 1 !.- uiio i:ik
tioltl ol til blMlllf- rt-lt) thr !' till Mi i- cat
ariM- irom ;litf ouul r--iitai.oii ot t-n-
ulltl, llil ic-rtnl. ttliti Urt -1 1 h1 ia!iii,2
htu- in AlUtTK'ti. !! 1 r lor otn-t-ll Ui- .milt
ha( tht tuiti r'aliU ant hHtii--no U v I' M.
AH leritititit-r- ui-!t. irrHli4U . ail iM-r- V in
reiixt tht-ir fra-ft flnl ion l.i.-r I10
trv 11 Itml .. IU a ! Il ll.t-i... I tn rt-1 lthtv
of rtHiin tor tt (- noire Huik-r, Mint ur.f
tiiv'iii to iM-kTiu ai out'. It you H'- 11 n-i..v fin
p!oHl, but har a tw -ar iuoitirt,( , :itil vili
! 1 u ihm to a4 itut.itff. Hint rii- u- at once
(for llila i vour erau.l tHrtuinlv . unl rrcvi
full prtirulari tv rvluru inuil A'lln-,
TKl t A 1 1 ltu Ni. 4iM, AuKiuta, M
IT T0U WNT INFORMAT.OM IB OUT
Ad'lr. a Iflt' r r .. -tl rf t
THK Ikfwi l.ai wa uartvT,
JOHN wtOOEfibUKN, Mananinq Altornry,
t.O. Out. WA'Hliil".'i,U.U
rwnioNa r-Kucnau rn
a Ian, fnr Rol.liira ami allora .'iili-. in thr Una of
duty la tba rearalar Annp-r v alneet-i- wr.
aurvlTra of tr, Indian i.m uf 1-4IJ l- lt'i, an t
tUrir wldowa, aiaar rDtitleil. tii.l atnl re;- --t' -l rlanua
a anerialtT. I nouaan-la i-ntlllr-l l r -jiM:r r.o-a.
Ini-l rrn.vlaa &l cUaru t1 advU-C hitiA
Vor Information and free HaniNMfe wr.ieto
Ml N N I I U., . I IlK.i Al. A . Sl I.HIK.
Olileat bureau for Hoinim lii-nt In Ain-r -4.
Kvary ralenl (emn out lr u. ia l.r-M.ulil 1m-i no
tua imJUta Lrauouoa givao frvaol cuiuHiiu tbd
I.rft wnilatlon of any artimtlflo parw In tlm
world. r?(iltii1tUir lllimtrataj,!. No n, rin.'aiit.
aian ahouta bj wlthut it. Wot-uiv ..ou
Vtwt fl-'-'-i nmiitlia A itlrowei M( a. h),
Vt iaiftuaii. bnMauir.Nw .urn (.11 jr.
Caieatt, Tridu-iMrki, Design Patents, Copjri.hti,
Aad all Pa'.rst biiaiaeaa euaJariri fur
Information and advlcaglrea to larruiora wltbout
PRESS CLAIMS CO.,
P.O. Bos 4e. Wasuimjtiin. Tt.C.
aVTala Cenpaay kt maaaiel by a eomnlnaiioa -f
tba lararet and moat loOomiial ara.cair In liw
tailed atatea, for Uw eipreaa purfue of pirwte-et.
laiaT tkelr awaaeriaera aain-t aaarrnpninn.
aad Ineomprtrnt Falmt Aifnta. ant earn paper
annting tnia adrertlarmt-at Ton-hraf-'r th r-.--nai.
BUltr aa4 bitk auaiXUia o( tb lraaa C lauua C
i aTMtrandTrr1o-Mrirorv(atnel.anIall I at
nt buM0ecoctlactci tur MoorMaTf frt 0
JOuaj orncc t Ooa T U. 9 Pf-T o-"er
J jrnl w tan ?. ti (.ttirni m let. UluC iuu Uim.
$ rem ot from V an,nf inn. m
J hftftil mcKial, (Irkiwu, or rhnto., with d- rip
Jtion. H a'lriff, if 'atnaut or iml. ir-e : J
tfctiarff. Our tc not due till tait:U is . urc'l. 0
A aaiwMLrr, "Ho 1'iOMnn v'atcm. w th
JU ol aaibc m tha L',S. aad IoTciku cvunw.es J
tmM tr. AJtlreaa, 0
Oee. wavrar Orncc, waaMiaaroN 0 C. jt
RIBBON'S AD ...
. . . CARIJ0X l'APKR
l FOR COUGHS,
A M0 CROUP...
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN.
WHaaai a t.il4 at Iwm, mihr mai m tm
aaoonf'.l of otooa trrnpat n f'.tha (! m ,r - , . .
anr no'iah aa) ana. Tr (-. p tt n. r.(ni.
M thi,itrn 1 i. nfwnrt m vif I r u " -1 . i
"T"ip whioa Im alrrlv tt Xfri Mt y t
w-4 il-llMtMiMlltt i au,iy m
-A to t
Jt Sclfntifio American
W-X'TafiSe' CAVtATB. I
M THAOt fM AWiCS. I
i. Li OlaMCN fATENTS. I
BROCK & SCLS.