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Itncy roll, tf Hi......................
Lferlor grade...................... ..
laliiornia roll...................... ..
: « 4
C heese —
Lunieru, full cream ............
E ggs - Fresh........................
I D ried F ruits —
Iftpplcft, qrs, ska and bxs...
[Apricots, new crop................
Il'eaciies, un peeled. new ...
IP. ars. machine dried..........
Pitted plums, Oregon..........
Figs Cai., in bg« and bxs..
Cal. Prunes, Fre nch............
F loor -
Portland Pat. Roller, V bbl •
\\ hite Lily V bbl..................
pffuntry brand........................ 3 50 to 3 75
Snperdne .................................. 2
(& 2 75
Wheat, Valley. H» 100 tbs... 1 20 C4 1 2»
Wai a Walla............
1 07.^4 1 10
Bai ley, whole, b’ ctl..............
grou d, U* ton......... 20 Oí (</ 25 oo
Oat«, choice milling b* bush
do feed.good to choice,' .hi
Rye, tf 100 lbs..........................
1 (X) <4 1 10
F eed —
lb an, p ton.............................. 10 00 Cd 17 (X)
Shorts, tr ton.......................... 1*1 <0 (a 10 (X)
liny, r ion, baled..................
( hop. r ton.............................. ‘.3 CO @25 OG
Oil cuke meal V* ton.............. 32 (X) (£33 OC
F resh i - ruits -
93 A 1 03
Apples, Oregon, IF box........
( In rri< h , Oregon,
L* mows, California,
bx.. 4 00 ® 5 60
River-ide oranges, V* box...
Los Angeles, do
1 00 ® 1 «5
H ides -
I)ry, over 16 fl s, tiMb............
(Vet salted, over . 5 lbs........
Murrain hides......................... one
10 «4 1 00
V egetables —
Carrol -, b? sack......................
Cauliflower, w doz................
P* taloes, new, tf bush ....
W ool —
East Oregon,. Spring clip..
TRICKS ON THE
57 0RY OF A
A Thrilling Life »nd Death Struggle.
V hy Deacon Shxrpley Has to Hire a Mun
Some time ago there was on exhibi
to Cut His Gras«.
tion, in New York, what was called
“I tell you what,” said a suburban
he “ wonderful electrical man!”
friend of the Listener, as the street-car
That “wonder ” now says that he was conductor camo around, bearing a par
always secretly connected with a battery ticularly big and imposing bell-punch,
“there’s a deacon in our church that
so arranged us to defeat discovery!
ought to be made to carry one of those
Many “freaks of nature” are only
things when he mak< s his collections,
freaks of clever deceptive skill.
if ever any body ought to be made to
Bishop, the mind-reader, so-called, wear one.”
“Why? What has the deacon done?”
was shown to he only a shrewd student
•Til tell you the whole story, and
of human nature, whose reading of
when I’ve done I want to know
thought was not phenomenal.
whether, if it had occurred to you, it
Even so intelligent a man as Robert
wouldn’t have decreased your confi
Dale Owen was lor many \<-am fully
dence in somebody. You see, I live
persuaded that certain alleged npirilual i
maniiestalions were genuine, but, in !
the Katie King case, he eventually I and my yard
found that he had been remorselessly i his just by a light picket fence, I was
hacking away at the grass on my little
W hen to natural credulity is added a lawn the other night with a grass-hook;
somewhat easily-tired imaginations, I was just finishing the job, and won
spectres becomes facts, and clever tricks derin whether 1 should ever be rich
enough to swell out with a lawn
“That man,” remarked a prominent i mower, when the deacon came out and
physician the other day to our reporter,; 1 ’aned over the fence.
‘ thinks he is sick. He is a ‘hypo.’ said ho, ‘you’re getting quite a lawn
He comes here r< gul.nly three times a hero, and so am I. Wo don’t either of
week for treatment. There is absolutely u« have quite enough business for a
nothing the matter with himt but of cour.-e lawn-mower, but together we might
»very time he comes I fix him up have. Say wo go snucks on one?’ 1
told him I tiiought it was a good idea,
“ And he pays for it ? ”
and would go in with him on a ma
“ Yes, $3.00 a visit. But what I give chine. Ho said ho would manage the
him has no remedial power whatever. piirehase, and would tell me how much
I have to cater to his imaginary ill«. half the cost was. So I let him go on
He is one of my best friends, and 1 dure and buy the
lawn-mower, and lie
not disappoint his fears.”
brought a receipted b 11 for $12.5) in
An tven more striking case of pro his own name. 1 gave him the $6.25,
fessional delusion is related by W. H. and left the machine anil the receipt
Winton,business manager of the King
in his hands.
ston (N. Y.) Freeman:
“About two weeks after that—I’«l
“In 1883, Mr. IL It., of New York,
sotn the deacon shoving the lawn
( « relative of a 1 ite vice-president of |
mower around in his yard in great
the United Slates) was seriously ill o! i
style in the moantirno—I thought my
a very fatal disorder. The best physi-
cians attended him, but until the last' grass had got up enough to warrant
one was tried, he constantly grew! cutting, and I went over to the deacon’s
worse. This doctor gave him some I to get the machine. The deacon was
in a two-ounce bottle. Im out, tlu’V said, but the lawn mower wa
Sharks in the Rhine.
proving, he g<>t another bottle, paying down at Mr. Smith’s. I thought it was
Tn a bathing establishment In the $2 for each. He was getting relief after a little queer that the deacon had lent
Rhine .at Wyhlen, near B.ts’le, conster using several of tin sc mysterious small our machine, but I went down to
nation was caused not very long ago bottles.
Smith’s an I got it I thought they
by the capture of .a shark of the species
One day he laid one on his desk in looked a little cross wheQ I took it, but
called spotted dogfish. Its presence in his New York office. In the same of I took it just the same, and mowed my
the peaceful waters of the Rhine was fice a friend was using a remedy put lawn. Next night, the deacon came
finally accounted for as follows: Years up in a large bottle. By pure acci and got it again, and mowed away
ago there was employed in the large dent it was found out tnat these two a while in his back yard. A few days
chemical works of Wyhlen a gentleman bottles contained exactly the same ifter that I thought it was about tim»’
who was greatly interested in zoological medicine, the two-ounce vi d costing to mow once more, and went over to
researches and to whom ¡t occurred to the doctor’s patient $2, while his friend tin» deacon’s after the machine. N<<
try whether salt-water fish could not paid but $1.25 for a bottle holding over machine anywhere around. I asked al
live in the salt springs of Wyhlen. He sixteen ounces of Warner’s safe cure. the back door:
had a number of fish sent him from the The doctor’s services were stopped at
“•Where’s the lawn mower?’
zoological garden of Frankfort-on-the- once, the man continued treating him
“ ‘Mr. Simth came and got it a little
Mnin, but the experiment proved a self with what his doctor secretly pre while ago,’ said the deacon’s daughter.
failure; ni<»t of the .young fish died, scribed—Warner’s safe cure, which
“Mr. Smith! What business had he
and he finally threw the survivors into finally restored him to health from an witli our machine?” I didn't ask, but
an outlet of the springs emptying into attack of what his doctors called bright’s I trotted down to Smith’s. I found
the Rhine. It seems that just there disease.”
Smith very complacently oiling the
If the leading physicians in the land,
the conditions were favorable to the
lawn in ever, and apparently getting it
through fear of the code, will secretly
propagation of some of the fish. Al-
prescribe Warner’s safe cure in all cases ready f »r action.
ready last May, a laborer while bath
“ ‘Well,’ said I, ‘I came over after
of kidney, liver and general disorder,
ing was bitten in the leg by what he
do they not thereby confess their own that lawn mower; but ns you seem to
described as n largo animal, but his
inability to cure it, and, by the strong be getting ready to use it, 1 suppose I
story was not believed. Now, however, est sort of endorsement, commend that can wait.’
since the presence of sharks has been i | preparation to the public?
“ •Hinn,’said he; ‘1 guess the deacon
Indubitably deinoiiBtratod, the author
We hear it warmly sp» ken of in and 1 keep it pretty busy.’
ities have warned the inhabitants of every direction, and we have no doubt i
“ ‘So it seems,’ says I, kind of sarc *8-
that region against bathing in the 1 1 wLutavpr. that it iw «11 t hinu-M <*ont*id- i licallv.
Rhine. rnniminx nvrfl uenray n day ; cred, the very best article of t he kind
“’Well, we have got to get our
after its capture, and was sent to the ever known.
money’s worth out of it, you know,’
museum at (hulsruhc.
“That struck mo as a mighty queer
A NtW REPUBLIC.
—Dooly County can boast of the tall
est man as well as the smallest woman A Bit of I.and North of the Ainuzon Be- remark, and 1 couldn’t help saying, ‘1
should think you’d want to own one
hi Georgia. Sam Cason stands in his
stocking feet seven feet and two inches
Tlio tract <>f land which lies between
“ ‘Well,’ says he, looking up n little
and there is room enough for several Brazil and French Guiana, and which
riore inches. Cason is so slim that he was a no-man’s land. Ims been de surprised, *1 own half of this one.’
“ ‘You -you own half of thisT says I,
hardly easts a shadow, hut. he can get clared by its inhabitants an independ
over ground about as fast ns a locomo ent country. I lie Republic of Coitnanl,
“ ‘Why, certainly,’ says he; ‘Deacon
tive. Mrs. A. Hall has a daughter, as it is called, is 24.000 miles in ex
Anna, that was born in 1872; conse tent, the const line is 187 miles long Sliarpley and 1 bought this lawn mowei
quently she is fifteen years old, yet is and tl.e population 700 persons, on, - together. ’
“I tell yon, that took me completely
only thirty inches in height. She goes half of whom dwell at Coiinanl, the
down. The deacon had deliberately
about her household duties like a little capital, in thirty-five houses.
lady, but, being so small, she is not re bulk of these are descendants of l»l i\ed ns off, one against the other,
quired to do much. J*lie is about the Maroons, or slave refugees from Bra and had got me to pay for one-half th»*
zil, but I learn from M. B'i s’t, iho machine, and Smith the other,calcnlat
smallest woman in the world.
agent of the new-fledged republic in ingto get the n«e of it to mow all hi>
THE LUCK OF SOME MEN AND France, that th.dr svinpathiivs are en own grass for nothing! If he had been
HOW THEY ACCEPT IT.
In 1883 they hogged to as cautious ns he was sharp, and kept
Tn the grnnd monthly drawing of the be annexed to France, but the French the machine in his own barn, or elsi
Insis ed on going after it himself, 1 sup
Louisiana State Lottery, Ort. 11, two- Government de.’lined, in observance of
a treaty entered into with Brazil in 18 tl pose hr might have kept going that
tenths of the capital prize of one bun
way. But since we've found it out.
which declared Coiinani neutral soil.
dred and fifty thousand dollars were
Repulsed, but Hot l»::lllcd, tlio nn- Smith a id I get along hrst-rate, but the
sold in this city, the remaining frac lives unanimously set up a republic, <leaeoii has to hire an Irishman to mow
tions in New York and Chicago.
with a French journalist, M. Jule« his grass with a scythe.
“And that’s the reason why I think
Mr. Laurent Faget, a well known Gros, at its bond, 'l lie oilier members
tile G »vernment
likewise the deacon ought to carry a bell-punch
broker doing business at 181 Common of
Frenchmen, living in France, and the when lie take-* up a collection. Don’t
street, was the first coiner at the lot
French language is rendered official von think it would be a good scheme?’
terV office Wednesday morning,, ard,
in the new-born State. I have before —Boston 'Transcript.
i. i helm f of a fih nd, presented for re-
me the first number of the official jour
dt'iiption one tenth of ticket 13,646,
Only ths Children.
nal <>f Coiinani, styh’d "L’s Nonvel’.es
tiitideil to fifteen thousand dollars.
de France et des Colonies, J uirna!
—I have had considerable
Having received a bank check for
xperience with children, ma’am, and
tint amount, Mr. Faget bowed his ac Official do la R publiqtie.” La Guy vie
hide.] end nte, whose offices are at the never have any trouble in making
knowledgment, signed a certificate and
Legation, 18 Rue du Louvre, is an in them like me.
Mistress—That is very important.
Scarcely had he withdrawn when in teresting little penny shoot, and is to
Applicant And I am sure 1 would
Ftcp;xd two gentlemen, Mr. Victor come out twice monthly. The official '
Tujague and friaud.
Tuj'gue had column contains a decree signed at | ¿et (»n nicviy with your little dog,
drawn a prize and he desihal to claim Vanvrs, n suburban district, l»y the ina’am.
L’f i President, appointing M. Guigncs
it in p< rw»n. His ticket, 58,480, rep
Mistr» ss (stroking the animal) You
re ent«d two tenths of the third capi Minister of State and Grand Chancel-' vould have noth !■.*•'-u do with Fido,
tal prize of twenty thousand dollars, lor of tlie Order of the Star of Coiinani. ■ Ivar little fellow! He is my especial
and w.is entitled to four thousand dob Another and older decree institutes charge. —Tuek.
the Order of tlio Star of Coiinani, of j
Mr. Tupguo is a handsome young which there are to bo ten grand crosses, I
- Joseph Ellison, of Toronto, took
twenty grand officers, thirty com his two little boys out in a small boat
fellow, native of New Oilcans, appnr
ently 21 years of age, snd with his manders, one hundred < fficers, and an the other evening, and one hundred
f.itln r ki epa a saloon at 213 Decatur unlimited number of knights. The \ardsfrom the dork one of the boy.«
s reel. He h<»light Ilia tick» t from a star, of which I saw a o ilorod draw fell overboard. Ellison a poor swim
pi ddlcr in his neighborhood, and is ing at tin* Legation, is undoubtedly a mer, nt onre jumped in after him. and
thoroughly convinced that fortune is tasteful one. M. Boisset tells me that grasped the boy, who clung to his
kind in the distribution of favors.
.-if.er M. Gros leaves France very f?w leek dragging him down. The father
iec* ived a < he» k for four then
decorations will be any longer given «hooted for help, but the pet sons on
a ind dollars on the New Orleans Na away, so that this distinction will be
he dock th«»light that In* W ils teaching
tional B»nk I ke a little man, smiled, come a very rare mid hence highly
his ehihl how to swim. Finally a boat
and want» d everybody to smile with prized one.
¡mt out and, as it drew near, Ellison,
him, an I signed for the biggest amn of
T»ie resources of the country consist
«••»mpletely exhausted, pushed his boy
im nev he ever received for his indi
of agricultural products, minerals, lim
vidua! account, for although his father bi* and coon, £7.000 sterling worth iw iv Irani him. and. gasping “Save
he boy! never mind me!” sank to the
ha« iru.dly joined in his lo'tery ven of which is annually exported; India
tures, on this particular occasion the rubber, cotton, sarsaparilla, tobacco, . »«»ttoin and wnsdrowned. The boy was
<l«l gentleman •* gmwed he rouldn’l vanilla, coffee, maize, rice, potatoes -:ivml.
go in,” for which unrighteous guess daes, goy a v a«„ pineapples, oranges, |
— A Michigan lady put phosphorus
the«», g. ia doubtless investigating his lemons, etc. Breeding hoi’svs, cattle
horoscope with a view of obliterating and sheep is also very profitable. A ' m her bunion the other night and re
tired. In the night the husband spied
from I lie firmament his sodiacal sign
lino of vessels will be run between
Victor expects to add “Jc Son” to Coiinani and Cayenne on one hand, the gl«»wing thing, and sizing it up for
i firefly. Iwinged it with a bootjack.
the sign which «wings over the door of
and Para in Brazil on ihoo hor.— Lou- i
the house of spiritual refreshments,
She never speaks to him now without
213 Decatur street, and to Invest in
punching him with the crutch which
mi . Ii choice properties as he m iv con
she has since been obliged towray.
He will not loan
—An old man <1re s«èd in white duck
money at usurious or even doubtfulin-
■ m L h formed ns that on»* hundred and was selling needles and other article«
Paper ‘s ndw used in the manufacture of
cefflns, the new material being stained
ami j»olishe to re euible rosewood. The
coffins are very handsome and compara
The discovery that thousands of school
chi dren in Viennaare starving has caused
THE SPECIAL OFFER
Of T iie Y outh ’ s C ompanion , which we
have published, includes lhe admiral) e
Double Holiday Numbers forThank giving
and Christmas, with colored covers and
full-page pictures, twenty pages each.
These, with the other weekly issues to Jan
uary J, IB-«, will be sent free to all new
subscrib rs who send $1.75 for a year’s sub
script, on to January ISSN. T he C om
panion has been greatly en arged, is finely
»1 iKtrated. and DO o’I’T we *, a Iv lit°rar)
paper gives so much for so Iowa price.
H. T. HUDSON,
93 First street.
Can Too Cured.
Tho Bost ar© the Cheapest.
The nmrkot-is at the present time
flooded with poor coal oil burners
that are deur at any price.
You will .«save
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This powder never varies. A man-el of purity,
strength and whclesomencss. More economical than
th© ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in competi
tion with tho nmltitudo of low to«t, short weight,
a’ura, or phosphate powder-». So’d only in cans.
R ovai » BAKLxaPowDKH Co., ICO Wut! Struct, Ñ. Y.
,nv“p'^a,b!! Ren23dy ‘
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652 Market Si., San Francisco, Cal.
14«“Bowaro of Hurtful Imitations, i | NB^Lauderbi-rh's German Catarrh Remedy,
OFFER NO. 176
FREE! To M erchants O nly : One
" iliiama’ ‘ Perfection” E ectro Magnetic
Battery. Address at once, R. W. I an -
sill & Co.. Chicago.
In successful operation since i860, patronized iron»
all sections of the Northwest, endorsed by
business men and leading educators.
TI1E MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED SCHOOL
of its class on the Coast, it offers private or class
instruction, day and evening throughout the year, in
Ariihmetic, Writing, Correspondence, Book-keeping
Banking, Shorthand,Type-writing, Business and Legal
F«r:.:s and al! Common School Branches. Students
of all ages and both sexes admitted
Catalogue free. Armstrong andWesco, Proprietors.
’ricrfl. Sample» free at DruggHt«. Mailed for K»c it
rilOl MAKDS fiver,
uf thin inethod uf
CUBED R. H. LAi nFRRAlfll A ('ft.. Nrwrt k. N. J.. C N. <.
Tot#« a Day. Samples worth $1.50, FREE.
Lines not under the horse« fee». Write Bnrw.
,, , lioll y.Uleh.
CURlCR Al.I. HUMORS,
from a common Lljotcli, or I'ruj>tloii>
to the worst Scrofula. Salt - rhenni,
I'evor - fores,” Scaly or ICougH
: Skin, in short, all diseases caused by bad
1 blood arc conquered b.v this powerful, puri
fying, and Invigorating modi ci no. Great
Fating Ulcer« rapidly heal under its be
nign influence. Especially has it manifested
its potency in curing Tetter. B oho Ifinsli,
Wo aro authorized to give each applicant free and Ho ils, Carbuncle«, Sore Uy cm , Scrof
unconditionally, one lot 25x93 in the beautiful town- ulous Sores uu<l Swelling«. Hip
s te <>f Lake View, Tulare County, applicant to pay for joint IH«en«c, White Swelling*.
11»« deed and notary a fee« the aum of two dollars; map Goitre, or ThicK Neck, and Uuiarged
<f k>wn situ »bowing tiie location of lots Bent with
eac'a deed, purchaser to have the privilege of buying Gland«. Send ton eentu in stamps for a
tlu adjoining lot for 810, or corner Iota for §75; Deed» large treatise, with colored idntos, on Shia
se it on receipt of Postal Order, or we will send them Diseases, or the same iimouut lor a ticuiisa
l»y Express U. <>. D. Title perfect to every lot srid. Wo on SerofiiloiiR AfTi'Ctlons.
iiavj »dopted this method of exciting an interest in
“Tin: 151,001» IS TIIE FIFE.»*
the comingf hicago of the Golden west.
Thoroughly cleanse it by using Dr. 1’icrco’a
J. H. BRiGfiT & Co., 34 Kearny st., San Francisco. Golden Medical Di«eovery,and good
eligc«tion, a fair skin, buoyant spir
its, and vital strength, will be established.
bteii ’ s S ai ei v R kis H oldkii <
The Oregon National Bank,
which Is Scrofula of the iHings, is ar
rested and cured by Ous remedy, if taKcn be
fore the last stages of tho disease ore reached.
From its marvelous power over this terribly
fatal disease, when first offe ring this now
celebrated remedy to the public. Dr. P ierch
thought seriously of calling it his “Con
sumption Cure,” but abandoned that
name as too limited for a medicine which,
from its wondorful combina ion of tonic, or
strengthening, alterative, or blood-cleansing,
anti-bilions, pectoral, and nutritive proper
ties, is unvcpialed. not-onh ns a remedy for
consi.'.mjMion, but for «11 Chrouic Dis-
Manufacturers' Agents for
L. C. Smith’s, Colt’s, Remington. Qbnt Bruin
lthicu, Parker s t>nd Manhattan OllUl ITullo.
Winchester, Marlin. liai lard, Colt's
cou, s ana ónmh & w esson
Send for v
103 A IO7 Ncrond St., Portland, er. I
Lww, BW, andXungs.
No-th Carolina has 18 000/00 acres cov
ered by forests.
Riverside Av.. Spokahc- Falla. W.T. 94 State St..Salem.Or
GIVING THEM AWAY.
Wakele -’s Squirr I and Gopher Extermi
Try i . and pro e the best i« the
cheapest. Wakelee & Co., Sin Francisco.
IB eon chin I ’1'i-ocho**'*
ire simple and convenant for Bron hial
\ flections and Coughs.
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Plso’s
Remedv for Catarrh. By druggists. 10c
If afflicted with Hove Eyes, use Dr. Isaa<
Thompson's Kye Water. Druggists sell it 2Sc.
A man wlm tried to blackmail *Trs
Mackay has been sent to pri on for two
All sufferers with such chronic ailments
as fiver disease, dyspeps'*». blood diseases
c mi nb, consunivi ion (st r ¿fid \ nf the lungs)
tnd kindred di ea«es .^uld know tha
”r P'vrc ’s ‘ (Joiner. M «vfc.il Discovery ’
‘s their best friend in such deep affliction.
It comes to soothe alleviate ami cure.
Secretary Bavard and Miss Sophie Mar
kie will be married early in tlw winter.
T ry G krmka for break tast.
an«l ptwn«*« the c^mpIciGn.
|dow to Curç
R emedie s.
TORTURING. DISFIGURING. ITCHING.
1 a< sly ai.d 1 iniplj
and blood with loss of hair, ftom infancy to
old a««', are cured hy theCVTlCVRA R kmkihf .«
CVTicvaA RKagLVKNT.thc new blood puniW.
teanm-s the blooR and perspiration of disease
sustaining etementa. and thus removes the
CrTtcTBA. the gr<u»t £kin Cure, instantly
allays itching and inflammation, clears the skin
And scalp of crusts, scale« and sores, and re
stores the Hair.
Cl TtcUHA S oap an exquisite *kln Beantifier
is indispensable in treating skin < iseascs. baby
humors, skin blemis! ea, ch«pp**d «nd oily «kin.
( VTK’VRA RKMaotKs are the great
3old everywhere. Price, CrTTcrRA.
soar. 25c.: Rraoi.v«' T >E ITenarvd
lYeiuLn by the
»Rto ANO CH KU IT AL Í“
-. Roe! - Jd*«
^^¿ uhecure :b>suuvtHc.u run
CREAM BALM. HAY-FEVER
Sunday scho Is were founded inTngland
about the year 17811, by a printer of Glou
cester named John Rackes
The grandest offer yet in our advertising columns
trill be found a very liberal offer of Messrs. J. II.
Bright & Co., the Real E tate Agents of 34 Kearny
street, San Froncisco. The.v Deed Free and uncondi
tionally; one lot 26x05 in the beautiful town-site of
Lake View, Tulare Countv, to every person that
calls or sends their name by letter to their office,
they send along with the Deed a Map of tho
town-rite with number of lot marked thereon.
Doubtless they oxpeet each person will return and
buy more lots, but theie is nothing obligator}- in
this respect. Of course, the purchaser pays for the
deed, but tho land is a free and unincumbered gift
given unconditionally; this offer is being taken
advantage of by hundreds in tho immediate vicinity
of the town-site, M they have great faith in the
future Chicago of tho Uolden West, and expect ere
1 mg to realixe handsomely on the investment.
Those desiring lots should not delay but take
adv outage of this offer at onco.
723 Market St., San Francisco, Cai."
-*rico of Treatment, |l00: (Smoko B 11. $2.00
I l^TSend rur circular.
Debella tor, for Internal Use, $1.00.)
A VANDER NAILLEN, President.
<Successors to Metropolitan Saving» Bank.)
CAPITAL PAID IN.
Tnuisacts a General Bankn g Business.
AUCOfJNTS',kei>t subject to check.
SELLS EXCHANGE on San Francisco and New York.
MAKES COLLECTIONS on favorable terms
VAN B. D e I.ASHMUTT, UEo B MARKLE, J k .
IF SUFFERER3 FROM CONSUMPTION,
D F. SHERMAN Cashier
Scrofula, Bronchitis, and General Debility, will
try Mrott '« Kmui«ioii of Cod Liver Oil with
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
Hypophosphites, they will ibid immediate re
lief and perminate benefit. N'he Medical l’ro- \
Wholesale and Retuil Dealers in
fes ion universally declare it a remedyofthv
greatest value and verv palatable. Read: "J Cuns and Sporting Goods.
have u ed Scott’s Emulsion in several cusos of
Scrofula and Dehilit. in children. Results
most gratify ing. My little patients take it with
pleasure.'--W. A. 1'lUiBHltr, M. D., Salisbury,
CONSUMPTION surely cured .
To the Editor • —
I‘leu • inf.irm your readers that I have a pos-
i-.edy for the above named disease. By
is timely use thousands of hop'4eos casvs have
’»< en permanently cured. 1 shall be glad to
send two bottles of niv remedy ekke to any of
your readers who have consumption if they will
send me their Express »»nd P. O. address.
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C.t 181 Pearl St., Naw York
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ANU WILL CUKB
That you cannot afford to neglect that ca
tarrh) Don’t you I now tint it may lead
to consumption, to insanity, to death!
I) n’t you know that it can beeasilyclire . i
Don’t you know that while lhe thousand By Using
and one nostrums yon have tried have ut
terly failed that Dr. Sag°’s Catarrh Rem
edy is a certain cure? it ha - stood the test
of lears. and there are hundred < f th u-
sands of grateful men an 1 women in all
A particle Is applied Iotu each nostril and is agreeable.
part« of the countr- who mil testify to its
Fr ee 5 » c » -t druggist- ; by mail, registered, 6J cts.
efficacy. All dru g sts.
I'.Lf Bit THEItS, ?3j Greenwich St , New York.
One Agent (Merciiant onlv*> wmted in «‘very town fol
Ind ana ha« sued Kentucky for posses
sion of Green River Island.
THEY WILL NOT DO IT.
Tli^sew bo once take Dr. Pierce’s “Pie’s-
nt Purgative Pellets” will ne\er consent
♦o use a- y other cathartic. 'I hey are pleas
ant to take and mi d In tl r op- ra’fon.
e... ->1 - .1,.,., <ir ;
glass vials; virtues ununpair-. -
Will secure tho beat good« at the lowest market
value. We offer at present:
Fine Roller Flour; suit any one........................$4 00
Fancy Brand« Roller Flour...................¡¿4 20 to 4 3)
Breakfast Mush, 12 kinds, all different............. 2 00
White or Yellow Corn Meal, for table use; 50
pounds for ................................................. 1 25
Buckwheat Flour, j ret-ared for U30; 50 pounds
for................................................................. e 25
Potatoes, Iwst kinds; keep all winter. ..$1 00 to 1 10
Potatoes, good table varieties; per ICO
pounds................................................. 70c to 03
Butter, finest grades for t ;ble u o; per roll....... 03
Butter, fair quality for table use; per roll.50c to (D
Wo have many good buys in choice Dried Fruit,
Canned Oorris, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Crockery, Hard
ware, Dry Goods, Wall Paper, Woodcnware, Dru js
and Medicines. Everything at Lowest Possible
Prices. We aim to use everybody the «-imu as
though they were I »okhig on. Semi for fulllutas
a guide, wht ther you patronize us or nut.
NWITIUN 4’ANII MTOIIE. IIS nnd
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DON’T YOU iiaW»»
OUR LITTLE WlRRI-JS AND ILLS
It is the litt’e things of l fe, the worries
of to-day and to-morrow, that make the
crow's feet around our eyes So the little
pains of an hour or a minute break down
the constitution. Look after the little ills.
B randretii ’ s P ills cure dyspepsia, or in
digestion, headache, pain in the shoulders,
coughs tightness of the chest. diz<ine«s,
sour stom «cli had taste in the mouth, bil-
iotiH attacks, palpitation cf ti e heart, in
flammation of the lungs. Fain in the re
gion of the kidneys, and a hun 'red o her
painful symptoms are • he offspring of dys
pepsia. One or two pills every night is
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THE WELTKRN SETTLER'S CHOSEN
With every advance of emigration Into the
far West, a new demand Is created for Hostet
ter's Stomach Hitters. Newly peopled regions
fiie frequently has salubrious than older set
tit.jl localities, on account of the miasma w hich
rises from receutly cleared land, particularly
along tho banks of rivers that are subject to
fresh ts. The agricultural or mining emigrant
soon learns, when he does not already know,
that the Bitters uiTord the only sure »»ruiedion
against mslatia, and those disorders of the
stomach, liver and bowels, to which climate
changes, exposure, and unaccustomed or un
healthy water or diet subject him. U oiish -
«luently. ho places an estimam upon this great
household sped tic and preventive commensu
rate with its intrinsic meri rs and is careful to
keeo on hand a restorative and promoter of
health so implicitly to bo relied upon in lime of
A Newly-Discovered Affliction of Railr oad
At a recent meeting of the Society
of Physicians of the Charite Hospital
in Berlin, Thomsen exhibited a patient
whoso case lie described as one of
“railway brain,” a neurosis resem
bling in many respects tho condition
already well known under tho name
of “railway spine.” A healthy rail
way employe, aged thirty, without
history of alcholism, or of any predis
posing neurotic condition, by tho sud
den motion of his train was thrown
violently against Iho side of a ear,
striking his head. Ho sustained no
wound, and at tho timo of injury con
sciousness was preserved.
hours afterwards, however, ho was
suddenly seiz d with syncope, with
mental terror, lost all sense of loca
tion, could not recognizo tho simplost
familiar obj ct, and described what he
saw erroneously; his one objective
injury ho had violent headaches, a
pulse rate of forty-four, an I in addition
to the cutaneous anaHthesia, loss of ol
factory and taste sensations, with diffi
cult hearing. On tho fifth day the
psychic symptoms suddenly ceased, he
could remember nothing which had
happened, and had no explanation for
Tho patient snbioquentlv became
very mel ancholic, complaining of in
somnia, lioadaeho, spinal pain, weari
ness and fnilur,' of appetite; no sensa
tions of terror or disordered dreams
wore present. Tho object ve symp
remaining were well-marked
cranial and spinal hvpvr®’tliesia; fail
ure to distinguish between white and
colors; loss of smell and taste, and im
paired hearing; numbness, and at
limes paresis and spasms of the region
supplied by the facial nerve were also
present, IIo was discharged from the
work on account of headache
and weakness. Thomson’s diagnosis
was •‘railway brain,” a condition of
profound disturbance of cerebral func
tions from shock.
Tho increase in mechanical appli
ances, and the immense extension of
railways,afford abundant opjx>rtunities
for observation of nervous shock, both
in its fatal nnd milder forms. While
post-mortem demonstration of hem
orrhage nnd structural lesions explains
the course of these cases when fatal,
it is evident that we must rely up n
the continued observation of surviving
patients to determine lhe development
of lesions which will illustrate the
pathology of this condition. The pos-
the production »4 degenera-
Young, inlddle-agod anf
old. single or married mei
J ad who Buffer with
'cjwk LOST MANHOOD
Nervous Debility. Sperms
torrhea, Heininal Loseet
I SexualDecay.Failing Mem
J ory, Weak Eyes, Lack o’
si Energy, »iso Blood an<!
JT «kin Dbeaaea. Syphlll».-
Eruptiona, Hair Fallin;
Bone Pains, R welling'
Sore Throat, Ulcers, E:
fecta of Mercury, Kidney
and Bladder Trot Die,
Weak Back. Burning Urine, Gonorrhea, Gleet Btric
•ire—prompt relief and cure for life.
Doth Hexes Cnnwnlt confidentially
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If you fe<d dull, drowsv, dobif1t:<MMMMg|
sallow color of skin, or y< ilowisinbn>wrrFi><k6'
on fiicv or body, frequent h< .ah.' lie oi dizzj-
nesA. had taste in mouth, internal h<*at or
ohills, alternating with hot flushes, low spirits
und glootny forebodings, irregular app< tite,
and coated tongue, you are suffering from
Indigemioii, Dy«prp«ln, and Torpid
Liver, or “ Blliou«iic«s.” In many
cases only part of these symptoms arc expe
rienced. As a remedy for all such case's.
Dr. Pierce’« Golden ffledical Dis
covery is unsurpassed.
For Weak Innigs, Spitting of
Blood, Shortite«« or Bixeatli, Bron
chitis, Asthmn. Severe Coughs, and
kindred affections, it Is an < ffleiont remedy.
S old by D ruggists , at $1.OO, or SIX
BOTTLE* for $5.00.
Send t« n cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce a
book on Consumption. Address,
World*« Di«pcn«ary fflcdicnl Asso
ciation, 663 Main Street, B uffa .. o , N. Y.
i ’ is $500
offered by the proprietors
of Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy
for a case of catarrh which
they cannot cure. If you
have a discharge from too
nose, offensive or otherwise, partial Joss of
smell, taste, or hearing, Teak eyes, (lull nain
or nressiiro in head, you have Catarrh. 1 uou-
sands of cases terminal« in consumption.
Dr. Sage'sCATARRH R emedy c> ires the worst
cases of Catarrh. “Cold in the Head,”
and Catarrhal Headache, fiO cents
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The Original and Only Genuine
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will mail o ropy ERLE to any ad-
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ren • iter, »nd hav «
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So’ ’hr Dr°nr »«•
Pi«n*!« Remedy for Catarrh is the
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