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R E A L L Y G O O D M ANNERS.
1 1 » ; P .m .l .l In
M > W a ( H a p p ie r P r r . e n .
W h om To n M a r M eet.
It has been the fashion to assume a
•trong indifference toward strangers,
even if one does not feel it, and not
only toward strangers is this mani
fested, but toward those who are asso
ciated together in business, and the
ones whom one meets every day. It is
not necessary for two people to fall
upon each other's neck every time that
they meet in order to be civil, but in
the short life that we live here why
not give and receive all the good that
we can. Strangers upon settling in a
new place feel this stony and hard ex
terior, and when the cheery-faced,
really Christian man or woman is mot
with, what a blessing, and how one
loves to remember the meeting and the
kindly look. It is like a perfect June
day, or the bursting out of the sun
after days of cloud and storm.
A woman who was assistant in a
large school, one day said to the prin
cipal, who was u man, that the manners
of the boys in the school were not such
as they should be. The man, who was
very dark naturally, turned a good
deal darker and lost his temper. Then
he burst out into a tirade against man
ners. He said that he did not believe
hi any such thing (all of the time
growing blacker) and finally brought
his foot down ou the platform with a
great jar, saying: “ Some of the great
est rogues that ever lived had the most
polished munnors.” That seems to be
a poor reason, or no reason at all, why
we should not cultivate pleasing and
kindly manners toward each other.
Not that the books on etiquette should
be swallowed whole—for more than
one of them has unreasonable nnd
•illy ideas —but there is a manner that
is respectful, kind und right, and it is
born of the kind, true heart every
time. Its name is politeness.
A young girl was going from her
home in Connecticut to a school in
Massachusetts, a distance of one hun
dred milos. and was obliged to go alone.
She waited a weary time in Iloston and
finally took her train on the Old Colony
road, every face being a strange one.
After a few miles’ travel she noticod
that an old gentleman was regarding
her, and his very kindly look reassured
her. After awhile he came to her and
usked her if she was traveling alone,
and upon being told that she was he
•at in the seat in front of her and
talked very kindly and pleasantly, and
before she left the car ho gave her his
card and attended her to the door of
the car and carried her sachel. Upon
looking at the card she found that the
old gentleman was Presiding Klder
Ela, and his “ Peace bo with you," as
he left her, was a benediction that can
never bo forgotten.
It was a very exacting waitress who,
when sont to wait upon u guest ut a
hotel, hositated und said that she did not
like to wait upon him because she hud
never been introduced. Thut seemed
quite far-fetched, but it is us consistent
as tho stony manners of the would-be
lofty minded people whom we moot.
A young woman wont to resido in a
city where she was a total stranger,
and in taking u. morutmr.waik always
inol a man who nowou and said, “ flood
morning.” The first morning she con-
eluded he had mlstukeu her for some
acquaintance, but as he continued to
greet her each morning in tho same
respoctful manner, she know tliot It
must bo his practice to so sulutu the
peoplo whom ho met. Upon attending
one of the churches there she discov
ered thut it was the minister of the
church, a highly educated man, who
had traveled much abroad, nnd was
eminent In his profession.— Springfield
P OP ULA R
T h e I.Hte I'rn f. I'poctur** O pinion o f Hill*
Isrils, W h is t null Chess.
The writer was particularly anxiout
to get Prof. Proctor's views touching
the relative value of these three games,
and he cheerfully gave them in the
“ The game of billiards stands first
in some respects, in that it affords
physical and mental exercises ut once.
There is not much strain on tho mind,
however, and I never knew a billiard
expert to be the possessor of a great
intellect. He must possess a peculiar
ly-organized mind, but he may know
nothing of mathematics, and yet may
solve, with lightning rapidity, intricate
problems in geometry— practical prob
lems. A quick and true eye, good
nerves and a steady hand, all practiced
and disciplined, enable him to make
tho shots with mathematical precision.
As I said, a great billiard-player may
be a man of littlo mentality. As u
rule, the billiard champions are men
of a low order of intellect. I have
tried billiards, and I know I never could
reach the highest rank, because I am
wanting in one of the requisites.
“ Whist may be classed among the
scientific games, yet it is not devoid of
chance. It affords more pleasure to
Its votaries than any other game I
know. The element of chance gives
the excitement T o play a correct
game of whist requires brains, or I
should, perhaps, say memory. The
greatest man living, if he possesses a
defective memory, can never become a
good whist-player. I believe I have
mastered whist and, not to
tistical, I hold myself to be a player of
the highest r ik. I play whist oftener
than any other game, for the reason
that it is not hard work, and is just ex
citing enough to afford me the sort of
diversion I need.
“ Chess is the greatest of all games.
I confess I have never succeeded in
mastering it; have never fathomed its
depths. It is a delightful pastime, and
can not be commended too hightly as a
mental disciplinarian; but if one
wishes to enjoy it he must not attempt
to become a great player. Nine times
out of ten he would meet disappoint
ment, for only a few men achieve great
ness in chess. It is not likely that
Paul Morphy will bo duplicated in the
present century. Ghess is a purely-
sciontilic game, wholly devoid of the
element of chance. The brain must
exercise Itself in playing this game.
Joanlscli, the distinguished llussian
mathematician, gave it as his opinion
that chess is more intricate than the
integrul calculus. Buckle, the his
torian, hold this same opinion. It is
doubtful whether tho game will ever
bo improved.” —Atlanta Constitution.
I'niud bear I « «m l lofty mouulalus srrsltm >>
J U S T I C E IN C H IN A .
I in p a r t ia l
W h ic h
C e le s t ia l
J u dges M ete O ut Pu nishm ent.
A Yun-ch'-i-t/u (hereditary officer)
named Ch’ ang-shan, a Manchu belong
ing to the Bordered Blue Banner, was
ordered two years ago to take up his
quarters at a post station called Su-wa-
yen, for the purpose of patrolling the
country against robbers. A t the same
time special orders were given to him
to keep a watch upon the soldiers of
the station, who were reported to be in
the habit of oppressing the people in
its neighborhood. One day when the
officer in churge of the station was
away at Kirin, a soldier named Sun
Tion-hsiang wont to a shop and tried
to buy some drugs on credit. As, how
ever, he owed money for previous
purchases, the shopkeeper refused to
let him have any thing without pay
ment. He therefore became very vio
lent, upon which the shopkeeper went
to complain of him to Ch’ ang-shan.
who sent for him, reprimanded him
and then let him go. Next day the
shopkeeper came again to say that the
soldier had gone back to the shop,
knocked over the counter and threat
ened to kill the compluinant and ull his
family. The officer again called up
the soldier, who behaved in a very re
fractory and insubordinate manner in
court. He therefore ordered him to
receive a flogging of twenty blows,
which wore inflicted with a whip on
the back of his leg.
As soon as he was released, the man
went to the kitchen of the post-station,
where he remained for twelve days, at
the end of which he died from the injury
he had received. A complaint was
lodged by his brother, and a thorough
inquiry was made into the case by
officers specially deputed for the pur
pose by tho Memoralists. The Memor-
alist finds that the officer Ch'ang-shan
acted quite rightly in taking notice
of the soldier's misbehavior, more
especially as he had been particularly
desired to see to such matters. Also,
the soldier's conduct, towards the
shopkeepers and in court was such as
to merit a flogging, the punishment
was inflicted ou a proper part of his
person, and the number of blows was
moderate. Nevertheless the Memor-
alist condemns the officer to receive
one hundred blows under a statute
which awards that penalty for causing
a man’s death by flogging him improp
As tho offender in this case is a com
missioned officer, his dismissal from
the service will take the place of
corporal punishment. He will also
lose his hereditary post, to which
another member of his family is ap
pointed to succeed, in accordance
with a further clause of the law above
quoted tho man by whose hand the
A C H IC A G O ROMANCE.
fatal flogging was actually inflicted
M r. D a n ie lle W in s a L o v e ly G ir l and has been condemned to receive ninety
M a kes a IC easonabl. Requ est.
blows, that being a penalty one degree
“ It is so sudden, Mr. Darnelle.”^
lighter than tho sentence of his supe
“ I know it Is,” responded the young
rior under whoso orders he acted. As
ho is a Manchu, the flogging Will be
Ho stood before her, with his weight
given with the whip instead of tin
resting easily on one foot, his left el
bow on tho mantel-piece, his right arm
hehlnd him, und his whole attitudo one
A T T E N T I O N T O D E T A IL S .
of cureless., unstudied en.so and irrace
acquired only by Tong and patient prac
I.ltt le T ilin g «.
“ ‘ >l
The entire universe is composed of
“ I know It Is,” he repeated. “ Meas little things. A ll substances, all mat
ured by ordlnury standards and by the ter, in whatever form or condition, is
cold conventlonalties of society, it is an aggregation of atoms or molecules.
indeed sudden. W o have known each Absolute perfection is rarely attaina
other only twenty-four hours. Until ble, as a defect in a single atom is
twenty-flvo minutes after eight o’clook likely to affect tho whole combination.
Inst night noithor of us had ever heard A bridge is no strongei than its
of tho other. Yot with tho heart one weakest point. A machine or imple
day is ns a hundred years. Could wo ment may bo ever so perfect, with a
have known one another better, dar single exception, and that exception
ling." ho went on, with a tre nor in his may prevent the use of all the balance.
cultivated B flat baritone voice “ if Be How often do we find it the case that
had attendod tho theater, the concert, the neglect of some little moment, has
W IN N IN G F R I E N D S . “"“
tho church, and the oyster parlor to turned the tide towards failure when
T I i « V a lu e o f A sso cia tion W ith A b le, H o n gether for a dozen seasons? Does not
success was in sight.
est anil K n e r fs tlo Man.
your heart bent responsive to mine?"
Manufacturers often become so ab
It is bad policy to bo haughty, repel
“ I will not pretend to deny, Mr. Dar- sorbed in some vital principal, that
lent, unsocial. The most rosolutc and nolle,” replied the young lady, with a
they neglect details, little points are
determined aspiruut to wealth or po rich blush mantling her cheek and
overlooked, and when dependence is
sition may stumble as he climbs, and if brow, “ that your avowal moves me
placed on these, they fail, and the
no one stretches out a finger to save strungely.",
whole work is condemned os a conse
him, may roll headlong to a depth fur
“ I know it —I felt It,” he responded, quence. A recent invitation to inspect
below the point from which ho started. eagerly. "I-ove is not tho Blow, vege
the working of a new machine was a
“ An eye for an eye, a tooth for a table-like growth of years. It does
disappointment simply because the
tooth,” was the old law In Judea. A not move in its courso with the mens
manufacturer had neglected to send
lift for a lift Is tho business rule of to- ured, leisurely stop of a man working
a single bolt, and loss of time and dis
duy; and if sometimes broken by the by tho day. It springs up like a
appointment to the party needing tho
ungrateful when there is most need of mushr-----liko an electric flash. It
machine was the result. An article
Its observance, it certainly works bet takes instant possession. It does not
for household use, but littlo liable to
ter than the principle that a man should need to be jerked in, ns it wero. It
get out of order, but requiring a wrench
care utterly for himself, neither giving needs not tho agonizing coaxing of—of
to romove certain parts when it be
nor receiving assistance.
a young man’s first chin-whiskers, my came a necessity, was thrown out be
But it is not from prudential motive* darling. It is hero! You will forgive cause the wrench was useless. In this
merely that the energetic nnd persever my presumption, w ill you not, and
case every part was carafully made
ing assist each other. All mon of spoak tho word* that tremble on your
and fitted, and of good material, but it
vigorous minds and elastic tempera lip s—tho words that will fill my cup of
required a wrench of special form to
ments sympathize with effort. They joy to overflowing?"
adjust certain parts in ease of failure
honor the individual who has fought
Tho evening had passed liko n beau to work properly. Although the arti
gallantly the battle of life, though re tiful dream.
Mr. Pnrnello, admon cle waj an expensive one, tho wrench
verses may have overtaken him; they ished by tho clock thut it was time to
was a common east iron affair, with
recognize him as a kindred spirit, go, had risen reluc tantly to his
jaws beveled and unfinished, except
though he lies on his back; they ara feet and stood holding the hand of his
for tho superfluous japan with which
willing to give him a "boost,” because beautiful betrothed.
it was coated to hide its imperfections.
they fool that ho needs but a new foot
“ My love," he said, in eager, pas It would have been next to useless
hold to assure his ultimate success. sionate accents, “ now that you have
even had it fitted, as it had net suffi
These are among tho reasons why men blessed my life with a measureless, in
cient strength, but it was doubly pro
who aro true to themselves, are almost effable joy nnd made all my future
voking to find that, while it was essen
Invariably true to each other, und why rndinnt with golden hope, you will not
tial to the proper working of the arti
thoir friendship and sympathy mean think I am asking too much if I plead
cle, and instructions how and where it
something more than words.
for just one favor?"
was to be used under certain circum
Let no one, whatever his talents, hi*
“ What is it?” shyly responded tho stances accompanied it, it was per
opportunities or his confidence in his lovely maiden.
fectly useless when tho emergency oc
own powers, despise the alliance of ;
“ Please toll ine your first name."— curred. A perfect
such men. No huniun being ever was Chicago Tribune.
wrench, would have cost but little more
or will be capable of achievingeminenoe >
and bet'll effective, but it was too
in tho business world without at least I — A queer claim was presented nnd
small a matter to deserve special at
tho indirect help of others. Therefore, settled by tho Pennsylvania railroad
tention, apparently, and tho neglect
let all young men who are entering j recently. A summer tourist came in
resulted, not only in a positive loss to
business life lalnir in a manly and just ' contact with the projecting screw in
the purchaser, but a condemnation in
way to make friends -and of tho right j the seat of one of the company’* cars,
stead of a recommendation, which pre
•ort.— S. 1". Ledger.
and when he arose to leave he loft the vented sales to others instead of in
»eat of his trousers. Tho demand for fluencing them. -Stoves and Hardware
— He (at a New Jersey race course) j
damages made tho round of every de
—'•Several of the horses in this race '
partment liefore it reached the proper
have been scratched.'' Sh*—“ Well, I 1
official, when It was Indorsed for *ot-
Clerk “ Mr. X., our rival, hns out
don’t wonder; I was never so nearly
prices on coal so as to get some of our
»uten up in my life ,"—H. Y. Sun.
trade, and is now selling twenty-live
— A retailer in '.The Shoe and l.eather
per cent, less per ton thnn the prices
Reporter thus explains a trick of the
we quote.” Coal Merchant “ Has he,
trade: “ I sell a shoe that costs me
—It is not until a man becomes rich
indeed? W ell, we'U bent him at his
|1 at tho original price, and use it as
In money- nnd mean for the sake of i
a 'leader.' Then I mark my $1.25 nvn game. Advertise a discount of
getting money riches that he finds out
fifty per cent., and then quietly see
■hoes at $1.60, the $2 at 92.50, the
how littlo comfort and pleasure and I
that eighteen hundred weight consti
|2.26 at $4 and the $2.60 goods at $5.
how few real friends money will bring !
tutes a ton on this wharf for the pro»
See? A customer want* to look at my
him.— \. O. Picaguiu.
enL" —Boston budget.
low-priced grades* I show them, and
— If you have a note outstanding, dis bring out all nty principal lines.
— “ Still lying itTVis grave” Is an
count it If you have a bad habit that Likely as not poreiatde him or her to
absorbs moral or physical energy, dis pay |3 and this secures me a fair Eastern paper's reply to the request:
count iL When a politician makes the profit No. I don’ t sell many at $1, •Tlea«e inform an archaeologist where
statement that his party has a monopoly | and even If I did, .the less economical the body of Ananias now is.” A strik
of all wise principles, discount it — buyers make it up to me by giving me ing instance of the ruling passion
•troug ill death. Chicago Herald.
We item I'luwman.
• haaJeonie urofitoiy the better shoes."
k « * i» * lt is e
W o h » h ii
often shrink« from rouutltiug a physician
About functional ik*r»ng«*ineut. and prefer* to
*UiTer in *ilenee. This may 1 m * h ini«tukcn feel
ing. hut it 1 m one which i* largely prevalent.
To all Much woman we would tiny that one of
the moMt i-killful phy*lelan» o f the dajr, who
ha* had a \H«t ex|»erieuce in curing diHcatM H
peculiar to women, ha« prepared a remedy
which 1.« o f inestimable aid to them. We refer
to l>r. Pierce’ s Favorite Prescription. This is
the only remedy for woman’s peculiar weak
nesses and ailmeutH. Mold by druggist*, under a
i*o*ltive guarantee from the manufacturers,
that it w ill give satisfaction in every case or
money refunded. See guarantee printed on bot
^JACO BS O H
I ONS4 M l’ T IO N 4 I H K D .
An old physician, retired from practice, hav
ing had placed in his bund* by an East India
missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy mid permanent cure of
Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma,
and all Throat and Lung Artbctiou*. also a posi
fiv e aud radical cure for Nervous D ebility mid
all Nervous Com plaint», after having tested it«
wonderful curative powers in thousands o f
case«, ha* felt it his duty to make it known t » !
his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffering, I w ill
send free o f charge, to all who desire it, this re- j
fip e, in German. French or English, with fu ll!
directions for preparing and using.
mail by addressing with stamp, naming this
paper, W. A. N o ye s , LW 1*0wer a Block, Roches
ter, S’. Y.
C u re d P e r m a n e n tly .
It 1* always bad for the truth when a 11a
speak* it.—.V. O. Picayune.
With groans and sighs, and dlszled eyes.
He seeks the couch und down h* lies;
Nausea and faintness in him rise,
Brow-racking pains assail him.
Sick headache! But ere long comes ease,
His stomach settles Into peace,
W ithin ids in ad the throbbing* cease—
Pierce’* Pellet* never fail him '
Nor w ill they fail anyone in such a dire pre
dicament. To the dyspeptic, the bilious, am
the constipated, they an* alike “ a friend in need
and a friend indeed.”
W h it e E le p h a n t o f S ia m , L io n o f E n g
land, Dr&ffon o f C h in a , C thhh o f S w itz e r ,
laud. B a n n er o f P e r s ia , C rescen t o f K g y p L ‘
D ouble L a g le o f R u ssia, S ta r o f C h ili, T h e
Cir« le o f .Japan, H a r p o f L i i ^ .
T o R et ihene buy a box o f the g e n u in e
D b . C. M c I a x e s C ei l h h a t k u L iv e k
P i l l s , p rice 2d cen ts, au d m a il us th e o u t
sid e w ra p p e r w it h y o u r a dress, p la in ly
w ritte n , a n d 4 cen ts in stam p s. W e w ill
then m a il you the a b o v e Hst w ith an e le
g a n t p a ck a g e o f o le o g ra p h ic an d ch ro
m at it* cards.
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M O N C IS C A R
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P o r t la n d . O r e g o a .
I . t h . only P riva t. Di#-
pensar*in Portland or on
« here patient* arwsuccess,
fully treated o .a ilN K R V -
CHR<>NlC A N D
P U rV A T E D IS K A S E ßlu
y fiins <r old, single or
narnea. such a*
LOST M ANHOOD,
Ferrous debility, seminal
l asea, falüoff memory,
sjphilitle eruption*, effect*
ot mercury kidney and
9 bladder troubles, goo or-
rhea, gleet stricture, eta
C O H S r iiT A flO X
F R F fc .
Original l u u a u l
I t ! « . Xsnswsd. Jan SO. 1817 Thre* j u n u «
h*4 rbsontuun la back, lambngo on* bottle oi ft.
Jacobs OU cared bo ; have not felt It tines
FRANK MONROE, FnocHTillt, XU.
C u red P e r m a n e n tly .
Original l u u a a t ,
1888. Rcatvtd. Jan* 10. 1887. Buffered two yttrs
Mo with tcou point la back. In ont hour great reUol
from at. Jacobs 0U; three application* corea,
morning point gone HORACE E HOPKINS.
New Albany. Indium.
C u red P e r m a n e n tly . Renewed. Mnv 17. IT.
Wife wot sorely aflUcted with lnme back, suffered
several years, used Innumerable liniments and pins«
Son; used It. Jacobs OU. vas cured by it.
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bronchial Troches” reach directly the seat of the
disease, and gives Instant relief.
To restrain the senses is to gain heaven.—
D e l i c a t e C h i l d r e n , .’N u r s i n g
Mothers, Overworked Men. and for all diseases
where the tissues are wasting away from tlie
inability to digest ordinary food, or from over
work of the brain or body', all such should take
K r o t t ’ w K i i i u l w l o n of Pure Cod Liver o il
with Hypophosphitcs. “ I used the Emulsion
on a lauy who was delicate, and threatened
with Bronchitas. It put her in such good health
ami flesh, that I must say it is the best Emulsion
I ever used. ’—L. P. W a d d e l l , M. D., Hugh’s
Mills, 8. C.
is e a s e s
D w ights C ow -B rand S oda °"S aleratus .
Ba * ir * that ther* it » picture o f a Cow on your package and you will have
the beat Soda made.
THE COW BRAND.
Us superior excellence proven In millions of homes for
mote than a quarter of a century. It is used by the
United States Government. Endorsed by the heads'of
the Great Universities as the Strongest, Purest and most
Healthful. Dr Price s Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Hold only in cans.
PR IC E B A K IN G PO W D ER CO.
e d ie s
H K M OST D IS T K E S S IttO F O R M S OF S K IN
and scalp diseases, with loss o f hair, from
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kdfku , when all other remedies and methods
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Send for "H o w to Cure Skin Diseases.’
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weaknesses, in C u tic u r a A n t i -P a in
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#d. bend for free book of testimonials oi miraculous
cures. Ten davs treatment furnished free by mail.
If you order trial, send 10 cents in stamps to pay
DR. H. II. GREEN * SONS, Atlanta, Ga.
l i you order trial return this advertisement to us.
^GLADDING,McBEAN & CO.
O u t-lto o r
o m e n X CHIMNEY P IP E ,A
D R A IN T I L E ,
g ARCHITECTURALTERRA COTIA E tc
g / 1358-1360 MARKET ST. S. F.
* “ A U A I f E ¥ * d I V l w.IS U i,o n .
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Hpecimeu Copy, 10( ’out*.
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C O ..
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J . H . F IN K . A s s a y e r an d A n a ly tic a l
C h e m i s t , Laboratory. 104 First sL, Portland.
Or. Analyses made o f all substances.
\ LIV ER
THE C R E A T H EALER.
Cures Cuts, Sore«, Salt Rheum, Boils,
Pimples, Felons, Skin Diseases, and al)
ailments for which a salve is suitable. Foi
taking out soreness and healing it acts
like magic. 25 rents a box. at all druggists.
I L D W O O D ’ S K/l A C A Z I N E
ALWAYS UNIFORM AND FULL WEIGHT.
HoW to Qjbrp
§>K'n $ e)calp
Books arc embalmed minds.—Bovee.
MAKE — X
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^MANUFACTORY AT LINCOLN CAL.
o o o
people believe that *,
pa vs best to buv Seeds
of the largest and most reliable house, and thiy use
F e rry ’s S e e d s
p jjR IF IE S _
D M. F f . r r y A Co’a
Illustrated vDe scrip,
tive and Priced
What’s the matter with Comb Honey? Noth
ing, It’* all right, but we have several tons o f it,
and it won’ t sell, so we are going to offer it at a
price that w ill make it sell, and quick, too—in
60 th cases we w ill say 6c for dark, and Sc for
good quality, and in 5 th tins 50c for good fair
article, and 60c for white; 10 !t> tins $1.00 and
$1.10. Do not fail to order: it is safely put up to
carrying any distance, and is as cheap as you
w ill ever get it. This is about the close of the
year, and we are reducing stock in all line« at
the expense of profit«. January H ome C ircle
is ready to distribute any time. Call or send
for sample ropy. Butter 1« lower. Flour 1«
lower. Sugar Is lower, Good tim e to buy now.
as we are anxious to sell. The rush is over and
we have plenty id time to wait on all who call.
I f you cannot eoine send in by mail. We have
seasonable clothing in Underwear for men,
women or children, warm Gloves and Mittons.
strong, w ell made Boots and Shoes for Every
body and KverylsMiy’ s Children. .>000 pair of
Stockings, from 6r pair to 50c.
Goods, Dry Fruit, Wall Paper, and Miscellane
ous Good*, we can certainly suit you. Should
like to have the chance to try—write or call.
H m l i h 'i * C * * l i W to i'c , X o . 4 I S _ t r o u t
H t . M a n P r a iie iM c o . t ’a l .
F o r 1880
Will be mailed FREE
to all applicants, and
to last year’s customers
_ without ordering it. In mfn.
able to till. Every i>erson using
Earliest Cauliflower Garden,
Field or Flower Seeds
should send for it. Address
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit. Mich.
Big o Das given o m ro r
sal satisfaction In tha
cure of Gonorrhoea and
Gleet. I prescribe it and
feel safe in recommend
ing It t' all suffer era.
A. J. STONER, M.D.,
P R IC E • 1.00, «.
Sold hy Druggist* 1
FOR EVERY PURP08E.
on Trial !
fO W ELs
B LO O D
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acknowledged to be the
In the world.
T H E ONLY
P R O O FS
“ Paine’s Celery Com
pound cured my nerv
ous sick headaches.”
M rs . L. A. B r b n t n h r ,
S a n Jacinto, C a l.
Are D iam ond D y es. They excel all others
in Strength, Purity and Fastness. None others
are just as good. Beware of imitations— they
are made of cheap and inferior materials and
give poor, weak, crocky colors.
36 colors , xo cents each.
"After u s in g s ix bot
tles of P a in e Ts Celery
Compound, I am cured
o f rheumatism.”
S amubl H i t c h i w s o w .
South C o r n is h , N. H
Send postal for Dye Book, Sample Card, directions
(or coloring Photos , making the finest Ink or Bluing
(10 cts. a quart), etc. Sold by Druggists or by
“ It has done me more
g o o d fo r kidney disease
than any o th e r medi
G ao. A bbott ,
Sioux City, Iowa.
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO., Burlington, Yt.
For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USE
D I A M O N D P AINTS.
Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper.
Only xo Cents.
‘ ‘ P a in e ’ * C e le r y C o m
poun d h a s b een o f g re a t
b en efit fo r to rp id fiv e r ,
in d ig e stio n , an d b iliou s
E l iz a b e t h C .
U d a l l , Q u echee, V t
T H E GREAT OV - n L .A D ROUTE Î
F o o t o f U o rrlR on
H A IL ItU A D ,
The O N L Y L IN K Running Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars M agnificent Day Coaches,
und Elegant Em igrant Sleeping
Cars (w ith berths f u e of
FRO M tY A S H 'N ’ O T . ) N A X D O R K O O N
PO IN T.' TO I U K K A b T v ia
Paul and Minneapolis.
r, uncnnl n in al i.i it
P A L A C E
F a ste st
P A C IF IC
S IO U X C IT Y .
r o r N C i l * B LU F F S.
ST. JO SK PII.
A T U H IS O N .
I.F A V KS W O R T H ,
K A NS A S t T T Y ,
B U R L IN G T O N .
t lllU A G O .
A nd all i**nt.* throughout the Ka*t nnd South-
»art, via St. Faul und AI innen India.
THF. ONLY LIN K RUNNING
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars
LE N G TH
And hunted on regular Kxp ess Trains over the
K atin* Length o f the Northern
I'aei tie Railroad.
A . I>. C H A R L T O N . Oen. V e s t’ll Bass. Agi..
No. i W ashington street, P rtland.
R IN T K R S
A n d P U B L IS H E R S .
p e r cent
And considerable Tim e by piacimi your
Order« for Type. Preeae«. Mater: .1, Ink»,
•tc.. w ith
p A L M E R
GOULDS A AUSTIN,
in? * taw i.iik« at.,
W R IG H T ,
1‘ o r t l a n d .
O re «o n .
General Agent for the
ADVANCE ENGINES THRESHERS AND
C H IC A C O . I L L .
O r .SPINNEY
Dr. Spinney 4
T im e E t e r M a d e
I o a s t o v e r ll»e
Investment small, profit*
[large. Send 80c for mailing
* irgo Illustrated Catalogue
ith full particular*. Man
R E Y
113-114 PYont Street, Portland.
D ocility. Loss o f V igor. Seminal
w v w 9 Losses. Weak Memory. Despon
dency, A c., due to excesses or abuse, cured. ^
l V V ilU
o f you thful follies or indis
cretion should ava il themselves o f our treatment.
A positive cure guaranteed in every case. Syphilis,
t rinary and \ enereal Disease* a ll unnatural dis
charges, prom ptly and «afeiyuured.
M lp D L E .A C E D M E H * ; ; ; ^ ;
* .1 ■ t K idn ey, « r Bladder, B r a k Back. N e jrm u
tcbiltty. Wanting o f So.uul Strength, etc., cured
and re.tored to healthy vi>h>r.
' ei.'B. Perron* unable to Tirtt n . may be treate-1
at tWeir home*, by correspondence. M e!i> !lie* ,n .’
.natruction* rent by m . llo r enpre*,. t 'o . . n l t . t t o i l
Free. Send 4 cent* in stamp, lo t 1 be Y s u n ( Man'l
t rtcud or tiulde to w odlock.
B E S T AND F A S TE S T TH R E8 H ER S
IN TH E WORLD.
I especially request those contem plating purchasing either an Engine or Thresher next
season to look up the record o f th t ADVANCE. It Is the only machine ever sold on the Pacific
Oust that ha* given entire »n t(»faction.
I also deal in Laundry Machinery, Marine Engines. A ll kinds of
Brass Goods, Inspirators, Injectors, Oilers, Reapers, Mowers.
Chemical Fire Extinguishers, and Engines, Oils,
Belting, Hose, Wrenches, Etc.
The B U Y E R S ’ G U ID E 1*
issued March and Sept.,
each year. I t la an ency.
clopedia o f useful Infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
necessities of life. W e
can clothe you and furnith you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
eat. fish, hunt, work, to to church,
or stay at home, and in various slse«,
styles and quantities. Just (Inure ort
whet Is required to do all these' things
C0NF0RT1SLT. and you can make a fair
estimate of the value of the B U Y E B S
G UID E, which w ill be sent upon
receipt o f 10 cents to pay posts««,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
Ul-114 Kiotucan Avenue, Chica«o, I1L
C l C IM Itil Y
H N t t l t N
I 'C t Z K *
0 I t i l l W A T . * .% < H .
«ta .e s : Burden rk ioo a band InsU-imso»
isoe* ot S tm t MnJc and Renta B u d .
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M A T T H IA S U H A T OU
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C A R LOADS.
PRICES GREATLY REDOCEti
All size» In .took frjm
pound, to l, * 0.
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