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YHC MAIDEN’S AIM.
; ..I lted her nesfc, trout head to feet,
I *11 11 snowball*
and with snowballs fleet,
k it no end of fun;
____________ j hard and sound,
anow kOOOpad up iroin th» th »'ey r< in&
ue,t iime»l—rite hei
, for he did not tear;
I the very place
kste it. By Jove, and Mara
1, but he suw stars I
brother, Mbas' bull pitcher tull,
aught and trKued her to throw u bull.
'Mtovkis gay young
¡llow, who laughed with
bravely await king her onslaught, he
L and ’twas later when
Fhi.' mouth again.
■eliue S. Bridges, in Jury.
IIANT SI N
ize and Power ol
lnPapoJ hose Diameter Is But One-Sev
°f a veJ enteenth of Ills, Nearly Five
y "t »J
ntheoj those unacquainted with the mar-
the t ( of astronum; tl «• above title may
B little gtn.nge. For surely our
nnst be cdtasiderpd
oo»s,<lercd a giant, “ “giant
aa Sir John Herschel
I p says.
but withal a benevo-
s'edt ‘ 11
giant, being the almoner of the Al*
ity, the delegated dispenser to us of
^nnese - Bn¿ warmth. the immediate source
!" 1 our comfoi s and indeed ol tb<
hite pj-Jj then, any orb in the heavens su-
to our sun, and more worthy 4c
‘M oí .yied B giant?
st*p?i com paring things on earth, we look
i this our planet as a giant, relative
' ■ ie size of an.y thing terr« striul: our
3 has Rgi, mountains, our deepest oceans,
gpecki hum pared with the huge
and d(.f'0f the estth. Then look at Jupi-
proveí the nobles!of the planets, acting as
whit» bordinate sun to his system of sat-
dultenes. This gf>be is hundreds of times
*00 ton-er than our world, and its mass even
tl.vimp eds the combined*mass of all the
ges ma;||planets. kY< t vast as is the bulk
insupiier, be wums dwarfed into insig-
ndotheance aom pared with the sun’s in ag
ine smept globe; a thousand Jupiters
i that vid not make up the volume of the
)y thej nor outweigh his mighty mass. To
vil of; k of any otó er orb as being a giant
itood. Ii would seem to imply that there ex-
j dispar in the univbr.se a globe bearing some
n, _ proportion to the sun as the sun
i to Jupitet, or Jujaiter does to our
Inconceivable as the idea of
ca8pSlL a globe maj bo, it is, however,
I'ideniiB* globe that I now wish to de-
noj >e. As the late Richard l’roctor said;
globe of the sun,
anotberP *s an or^ D,ore than a thousand
MMJkeu )S va8^“r* Grand as is the scheme
by tbe aun’ an*A inconceivable as
often ibo forces ex *rted by the sun upon
orfa which cir<-h* round him, there
arm to tW sun which exerts forces many times
gwnt W mighty on orbs which themselves
jably exceed our sun in mass and
i is a,mi! me. Magni ti ent as is the concep
that our <un with its attendant fam-
>f planets is sweeping through space
rate of -two or three hundred miles
into the fl
J minute, the sun of w hich 1 speak
? no loii^fl
les a far mightier train through
te at a rate many times greater.’’
f twoMfi If towards the south any clear night
)f isn ng the winter months, and you will
that vi lowdown, a star which will imme-
it will: ely arrest your attention, not only
le water, ts ruperiortbrightness, but also by
ass or ri onstant change of color, at one mo
lt red, at another green, at another
This U Siriui
‘ is, the famous Dog-
insül,«! of the aneii -----
j, , the most brilliant
in the heavi‘ns and the largest
he deed wn orb in the universe. It is diffi-
iparatusJ to conceive that this beautiful star
lobe much hl :--r than our sun: yet
W I a
I fact that Sirius is a sun many
3 times might ier than our own. That
wn on ndid, star, which even in our most
in the q “rful telescopes appears as a mere
ates ,lML t —
_ reality a globe emit-
of light, is in
a;ned; th go enormous a quantity of light and
ss comp^Éhat were it to take the place of
shipin- gUnt every creature on this earth
Id be consumed by its burning rays,
rius shining with a greater luster
ENGLM any other star, it was natural that
momefa ihould have regarded this
r,<ht ¿’ing the Barest of all the “fixed”
1 Iy,‘r‘‘q but tecen'; investigation on the
3,i tsBPM Of | th- stars has shown that
nearest to us is the Alpha ( «*ntauri,
tbre^'1'» belonging- to the southern lati-
s, though it is probable that Sirius
»ut fourth on the list in order of
id all Iñee. For though there are about
sphoruspen or twenty stars whose distances
1 re(lv been conjectured, the astronomer
aPPrec‘a'flthat i|reality all of them, save
be Fen -g OP four, lie at distances too great
any instruments we
preaciht. Astronomers áureo in
invadethe distanee of the nearest si ar
irowsinG’enfa-tWOinil lion of millions of miles;
3, andev'that the distance of
o pay u
J than three and less than
[of Alpha Centauri, most
Ive times; so that we are
is flB not far from the truth if we
in sir. the (^^fl^ee of Sirius at about a
dom b 'ired Mflion of millions of miles!
▼ frMBstance is this which sepa-
>gS ist« »M frotn that bright star: words
ee of themselves fail to convey
IlMf/any adequate idea of its
ut of tkwF
ks’ own char
r waybtnkv» a common example of illus-
„JemcP *■* uc^Mlormous distances:
htto.i.nl»*’d that the ball from an Arm-
ifafaid-pounder quits the gun
verm- '. * «ipeeq of about four hundred
hoirs >’* P’"’fd|Mnd; now, if this velocity
up, it would require no
an ten million years before the
i.ethtr ' «gId tfach Sirius! Again, take
■HBrn of velocity of which
knowledge, light, which
He of nearly two hun-
biles per second, or about
[miles a minute, yet the
Jus is so vast that it takes
I years for its light to
Bt if Sirius was suddenly
bet. we should not be ac-
Hie fact till twenty years
■ the astronomer has to
hlculate these distances
(ratest problems he has
|e manner of his investi-
be out of place. By way
take a room having two
|g fa the aaa ■
Be window and select a
■ay a tree, and notice the
leh it stands in relation
J^rs; then look from the
■I the same object, and
A its surrounding* have
; Lbej have apparently
shifted thfdr position, owing to your belong to a higher order of existence, a
having observed them from a different »tate of things to which we can never
point of view. This is precisely what attain, and a degree of perfection to
an astronomer does to determine the which we can never hope to arrive. Be
distance of a star: the earth in her wide this as it may. we have sufficient evi
circuit round the sun is in winter on dence to prove that Sirius is a sun of the
the opposite* side of the sun to w hat she highest order of creation, and an orb
was in summer, and consequently the well worthy to be titled “the giant
earth’s distance from the sun being ■sun,** for of all the stars of which we
about ninety-one million miles, we see havo any knowledge, none other more
the stars from two different points of worthily deserve distinction than this,
view, one hundred and eighty millions the great Dog-star, the king amongst
of miles apart. But vast as is this base suns.—Chambers’ Journal.
line, any change in the position of a
star is. with one or two exceptions, al
inappreciable, and Sirius
Whose Wit Formed Part of
stands barely within the limits of any
approximate estimation. In fact, this
A friend of Socrates once hade him
9tar, viewed from the two extremes of give his nature full play and be himself.
the earth’s orbit, shows a displacement “Oh! yes," replied the sage, “ande when
of position equal to about the five ever I show my face out of doors, have
thousandth part of the moon’s diameter, all the urchins of Athens at ray heels,
so that it is almost impossible for as shouting. ‘Yonder goes the biggest
tronomers to determine the distance or blackguard in Greece unhung’.’ ”
dimensions of Sirius by this means.
Applies, the greatest of Greek paint
Bright as the Dog-star appears to the ers, used to hide himself behind his
naked eye, in the telescope it app<‘arsas pictures to hear what folks would say
a mere point of light; and even in the of them in his absence. And, far from
largest telei-eopes constructed, though despisin? the criticism of “outsiders,”
its light is greatly increased, a definite ho rather invited it; indeed, cordially
disc or outline, as is seen in the planets, welcomed it so long as he felt sure that
is quite undiscernible; for if the power they knew what they were talking
of a telescope was sufficient to “raise a about.. Thus, on one occasion, he gladly
disc on the star, it would be almost an accepted the strictures of a shoemaker,
impossibility to distinguish it, owing to who found fault with the painting of a
its great brilliancy; for as Sir William sandal in one of his pictures. But when
Herschel tells us, win n Sirius was about the man of leather began to criticise the
to enter the field of view of his forty leg. Apelles promptly shut him up by
feet reflector, “the light resembled that saying, “Cobblur, stick to the shoo!”
which announces the approach of sun
it is an open secret that the poet l’op(*
rise;” and when th«* star w as in the field
possessed but a smattering of Greek.
of view “it appi’ared in all the splendor
Hence, when he undertook ^o translate
of the rising sun, so tkat it was impos
the “Iliad." he often found it useful to
sible to behold it without pain to the
consult the friends whom hi* was wont
to meet at his favorite haunt, Button's
Now. if astronomers could measure
coffee-house. On one of these occasions,
the disc of Sirius, they could from that however, a certain passage proved more
determine its distance and measure its than a match for all the assembled pun
dimensions; but as no outline is appreci dits. While they were vainly cudgel
able, they resort to comparing the light ing their brains, a young guardsman,
received from this star with that which who happened to be present, ventured
we receive from the sun, and by this to suggest that a note of interrogation,
means they are able to form some con judiciously supplied, would remove the
clusion as to its probable size. After difficulty. Now every school-boy knows
the most careful comparison of the that in Greek the note of interrogation
light of Sirius, the sun and other stars, is represent(‘d by a semicolon. But
astronomers agree in fi-xing the volume l’ope, eager to show his knowledge of
of Sirius as exceeding our sun nearly that tongue, and at the same time to
five thousand times, and bis diameter take the shine out of the young officer
as exceeding our sun’s seventeen times, who had presumed to tea -h him his
so that the diameter of this giant orb is trade, rashly assumed him to be ignor
probably no less than over fourteen mil ant of that elementary rule of punctua
lions of miles!”
tion. So. thinking he had the guards
To the philosophers and scientists of man fairly or the hip, the poet—who,
the last century, it must have appeared besides being fearfully deformed, stood
incredible that at any future time scien barely four feet six in his stockings—
tific discoveries would havo enabled us sneeringly inquired, “Pray, sir, are you
to tell with certainly the composition of scholar’enough to inform the company
the stars. Yet during the last fifty what a Greek note of interrogation is?"
years the science of spectrum analysis “Yes, sir," said the son of Mars, with a
has so far advanced, as to give us unde frightful glance at Pope’s puny and
niable proof of the existence of certain misshapen figure; “I am perfectly well
elements in the sun and. also in the aware that 'tis a crooked little thing
stars, similar to those with which we are which sometimes asks most impertinent?
acquainted on earth As Dr. Higgins questions.”
says: “We now need not teach our chil
In one of Dryden’s unequal dramas, in
dren that little couplet ‘Twinkle,
which sense and nonsense seem contend
twinkle, little star, how I wonder w'liat
ing for the mastery and ’tis hard to say
you are!’ because we really know; we
which wins, a ranting lover is made to
have in the place of wonder, knowl
exclaim. “My wound is great because it
edge.” Of this method of ascertaining
is so small.” Immediately on hearing
the composition of a distant body by its
this bit of fustian, the witty duke of
light, it is sufficient here to remark that
Buckingham capped it with the strictly
it is due to the fact that, when a ray of
logical and rhyming conclusion: “Then
light has by means of the spectroscope
twould be greater were it none at all!”’
passed through a glass prism, it is
A nobleman, notorious for his un
spread out into a broad band comprising
all the colors of the rainbow. This punctuality, having kept George IV.
waiting for him for upwards of three-
band or spectrum is in the case of the»
sun and other similar bodies crossed by quarters of an hour, came bustling into
a number of fine dark lines, which cor the royal presence, exclaiming, with sim
respond to the various elements present pering smile. “Ah. sire, better laze than
in their constitution. Now, if certain never!” “Nay," replied the kiitg, “1
gases, such as hydrogen or sodium, be think the words of that proverb should
burnt anil their spectra examined, lines be transposed, “better never than late!”
Ata hotly contested election for the
similar to those in the sun’s spectrum
will be found; and if the two are com borough of Cambridge, one of the mob
a rotten egg. which found—and
pared, the presence or absence of such
elements in the sun may be inferred. made its mark—in the face of Thomas
By this moans of spectrum analysis it Babington Macauley, then an under
has been found that the sun contains a graduate. “I humbly beg your pardon,
large number of terrestrial elements, in sir,” pleaded the offender. “Didn’t mean
cluding hydrogen, iron, sodium, magne to hit you! Aimed at someone else!"
sium. zinc, lithium, copper, oxygen and “So be it. ’ calmly replied the futur«'
many others; of these, the first four historian. “Only, ti e next time you
mentioned have been discovered in throw I shall be better pleased by your
Sirius: and doubtless most of the others liming at me and hitting someone else!'*
“What’s going on?” asked an intoler
exist also, as the spectrum of this star
resembles that of our sun in all essen able bore, button-holing Theodore Hook
tial respects, though it can not be ob as be mot him in the street. Quoth the
served under the same favorable con •elebrated wit shaking himself free, “I
tm!" and on he went.—Boys Own Paper.
By mean« of the spectroscope a very
wonderful discovery had been made re
specting Sirius. Astronomers has no
—Clara—“Do you suppose I can make
ticed that this star was in rapid motion
through space, as it was found that year an impression upon Mr. Wickliffe to
by year it was changing its position in night?” Bell—“Well, if he is as soft as
the heavens, traversing in about fifteen they say he is, I guess you won’t have
hundred years a space equal to the ap any trouble.”—Kearney Enterprise.
parent diameter of the moon, ata veloci
—“Ma,” said Willie, who had been to
ty of no less than twenty miles per the missionary sewing society with his
second. Of course, by actual observa mother, “I feel very sorry for the poor
tion the only motion capable of being little heathen.” “That’s right, Willie.
detected w ould be that which was square I am glad to see you show such a spirit."
to the line of sight, so that although "Yes’tn. I feel sorry for anybody that
Sirius appears to us to move across ths had to wear the clothes that you people
heavens, he may really be traveling in wore making to-day.’’ — Washington
a slanting direction, either towards or Post.
from us. No one would ever have ex
—“I think that Mr. Sum way is the
pected to be able to tell whether a star most disagreeable man I ever met,”
was approaching to or receding from us, eomp’ainod Sue. “Why?” asked Mamie.
yet oven this seemingly insolvable prob “He was reading in the parlor and 1 was
lem has of late years been accomplished playing.
I stopped and said. 'Does
by the spectroscope. Dr. Huggins, our music annoy you while reading, Mr.
greatest authority on this subject, hav Snmway?” ‘No,’ said he, ' ihuaic never
ing identified certain lines in the spec annoys me, Miss Sue.’ I just detest him.
trum of Sirius as those of hydrogen, So there!”—Harper’s Bazar.
found on comparison that these were
—“Don’t you think,” said a youth,
displaced in such a manner as to indi after working his vocal cords with in
cate that the star was receding from us. tense vigor beside the hotel piano,
It has been estimated that this reces “that I ought to go on the stage?"
sion combined with the thwart motion “Yes.” replied Miss Pepperton. who
of twenty miles per second, gives as the doesn't like him very well, “I certainly
actual movement of Sirius in space a lo. There is one that leaves for the
speed of about thirty-three miles per station just an hour and a half from
These, then, eonstitute some of the
—“If you don’t want me to know
chi^f items of information about Sirius
where you’ve beer. Henry, when you
at present within our knowledge.
come home this way,” said a wife to her
There seems to be no reason to doubt
late and somewhat demoralized husband,
that, in common with other suns he has
“you had better run upstairs when you
bis system of planets circling round
are coming to bod. “Why sho, m‘d»*ar?”
him after the manner of our own sun:
“Because by running up stairs you will
and what a system! Vast as ours ap
lose your breath.”—Demorest.
pears. it is dwarfed into insignificance
—“Professor Brooks, of Johns Hop
compared with a system whose ruling
orb is Av« thousand times larger than kins University, argues that man is de
that which does duty for us. There scended from the fish and not the ap3.”
r^narked a swell society man to a K
seems also no reason to doubt that these
planets are intended to be the abode of •treet girl. “What do you think of it?"
“Well,” she replied frankly, “when I
life: it may be that at the present mo
think of the dudes I know I arn inclined
ment none of them present any signs of
to give the ape the prefere.ie.*. but when
life; but I think we may safely infer
I think of the suckers one meets at
without improbability, that each one of
every turn I arn forced to believe that
tho^e worlds has a destined period in its
man in his original condition
development during which, life, similar
fl ah.”—Washington Star.
to that which now prevails on our planet,
—“Do you know. Georef*. I * wi h von
would be in existence. What a world
»rrow. ” “Why,
such a one would be. in size perhaps not would stay at home to-morrow.
inferior to that of our sun. himself a darling?” “O, because this afternoon a
king tramp came her**
million times larger than our earth; terrib
away, and ordered me t
and it may be that as this Sirian world you were
is so vastly superior to ours in size, its him i something to eat. so I had t
inhabitants would be on a scale in pro him all that S| m ng« -ca
portion to its dimensions, a race of Saturday, and. George
beings of such intellect and civilization, roming bark to
compared with whom we are but aav- the cake, darling?” ‘ •v
every bit.” “Well. th< n.
Buch systems a* these may poeeibly at rest, dear; be will never
in these «lavs of education and civiliza-
ti-»n we hear very little of the tyrannb'al
work of ths so-called Giant as of old. Such
stories were ihe vague imagination of
w iit-rsf r theamu-emeni« f children, and
calls to mind ‘Jack the Giant Killer, Fe
Fi Fo Funi, he he alive < r lie lie dead, I
gind his bones to make nie brad” and
many other nursery rhymes. But it is a
f«ci that a Grant was born t > the world
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medium sizes, fair quality, per doz,65c, 75e. 90c;
better quality and full to extra sizes, fl, fl.2.5,
aud fine and heavy fl.35, all ribbed top and
extra value. Women’s Stockings, not our best
or our worst, at fl dozen or 10c pair in stripe,
plain, mixed, white oi balbriggan, some of the
latter used to bring 25e pair; try them if you
tver w« ar Stockings, it costs too much to ad
vertise in the newspapers or w< would tell yon
of 10,000 articles we offer at 80 to 100 per cent,
lower (ban any ere<lit store on the Coast. Send
for Home Circle if you have not bad it or do not
get it regularly; it Is issued every month. Ail-
More,' 4 18 Front
N hi > Frnncisco, <’al.
w’ho was present gratuitous), remarked
that Dr. Jordan was a uuack.
I paid no
The Best Typewriter.
attention to this, as I ha i previous expe
Send for Catalogue.
W iley B. A llen & Co.
rience w ith the doctor, who relieved me of
a misery in which other eminent physi
In just two weeks I could
write with my hand, and it has been well
The only objection I have got
is that 1 paid $6 for the medicine and got
well b( fore I used one-half of it, and now
i have $3 worth of medicine I have no use
for, w hich is aggravate g.
F. J. B achelder ,
Representing the Seth Thomas Cluck Co.
Dr. Jordan’s oilice is at the res'dence of
ex-Mayor Yesler, Third aud James.
sultation and prescription absolutely free .
Send for free book explaining the Histo-
C aption . The Histogenetic Medicines
are sold in but one agency in each town.
The label around the bottle nears the fol
lowing inscription: “ Dr. J. Eugene Jor
dan’s Histogenetic Medicine.”
other device is a fraud.
Is terrific. Volcanic eruptions, cyclones, earth
quakes arc awfully ami tremendously pictur
esque. but scarcely desirable to emulate in ac
tion and effect by tncadministration of remedies
which urodu'*e convulsion and agony in the
abnormal portion of the human frame. Such ia
the efie» t *»f the <>ld-fa<*lii«med vi -lent purga
tives happily falling more ami more into disuse,
and of wnich Hostetter's Siomarh Bitters is the
wholesome, pleasant ani iar more effective s ic
cedanenm. Tnev weakened the intestines—the
Bitters invigorates them. They left the boweis
inactive, because incapacitated by ensuing fee
bleness. The Bitters, on the contrary, and be
cause it enables, not forces, them to act—a vast
and fortunate difference - perpetuates their ac
tivity and regularity. The liver is beneficially
¡stimulated, as the kidney s also are, by this med
icine, which ea i I y eom|’icrs also malaria, ner
vousness and rheumatism.
More injury is wrought by suppressing parts
of thetrutu than by publishing pages of false
They have stood the test of time—“Tantdll’i
Punch," America's finest 5 c. Cigar.
Oh. how can a fa r maiden smile and be gay,
Be lovely an<l loving and dear.
A m sweet as a rose and as bright as the May
When her liver is all out of gear?
She can't. It is Impossible. But if she will
only take Dr. l’ierre'H Gohlen Medical Discovery
it will cleanse and s imulate her disordered
liver, purify her blood, mak - her complexion
soft and roMv. tier breath wholesome, liar spirits
cheerful and her temper sweet. Ail druggist.-.
Don't hawk, hawk, blow. spit, and dhirnst
everybodv with vour oftens; ve brtafh. but use
Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy and end it.
Bessie—DM you miss your first h"sb»ind
very much? Liihi-Notunt.il after I married
f’ongha. HnarseneHM and Sore Throat.-
"Brown h Bronchial Troches" give iiiinie-
d ate relief
Don’t yon want to save money. clothes,
time, labor, furl and heal lid All these
can be save«I if you will try Dobbins’ Her-
t ic k oap. We say "fry,' knowing if you
try it once you will al ways use it. Have
your grocer order.
211 1st St.,Portland,Or.
5 akin ®
PI ro ’ b Cure for Con-
O rato W
»tiuni« THE BEST
leeping the vole*
. 25 ceuU.
10,000 AGENTS ATONCE
To »ell tho complete
history of the murder of U’ll • wfa
Giving a full an<i complete account of the conspirocj*
niur<!er.( iseoveryof the body, arrests,coroner's inqu<*»r,
the tria' md verdict. The book c<.ni«l««
tioM. Ch elarge 12 mo. volume of about 500 pages, price
only fU .5». <)( TFlTH M)W KKAPY. Send, at one«, 25 c< nt«
for an outfit*, flrst come, first served. This is t he chance oi
your life-time; big commissions. Address, LA1KD A LUL
tobUBhera, lUB-2Ui J ack» on CiUMl, Ch Ira«», UL
Its oipertor excellence proven in million» of home« fo»
more than a quarter of a century. It 1» used by the
United BtaU« Government. Endormd lj the head* of
the Great Univere'tles as the Strongest, Pureat and iuoh I
Healthful. Dr. Price’s Crearn Bakmg Powder does not
3 mtain Ammonia, Lima or Alum. Sold only !n cans.
PKiCK BAKING POWDER OO.
RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND.
H. T. HUDSON
03 I'irat St., Portland, Or.
Arms, Revolvers and Sportsmen’s Goods
BEND FOR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
— A MONTH
luqJfcJU. working for u«.
preferred whe can furnish a horse and give their whole
time to the bn,mess. Spare moments may be profitably
employed also. A few vacancies in t< wiih mik I c-’ties.
B. F. .JOHNSON 4 CO.. KMW Main St .Richmond. Vn
P a in K iller
Ful in sugar onAV/oTer
3~fimQ.s a doy, and
you’ll get relief at
onca. and cb
after failhful use. or
For Female Irregular
I ties; uothingliketbem
on the market. Never
fail. 8u<*ce«s fully iui«<1
by prominent ladi<*“
to relieve Ruppreued
SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN!
Don’t be humbugged.
Have Tim«*, Health,
ami money Jake no oth
t Kent to anv addreaf,
, secure by mall on re-
' ceipt of price, f'2.00.
I Tha famous Ho^«»y A**4
alaal« aa la laa »tore of Boat.>n, and Hovey
< am bridge.
A MEMORY OF EARLY DAYS.
llano of childhood’s tender years,
Swallowed oft with groans and tears.
How it made the flesh recoil,
Ix»athsorne, gn*asy castor oil I
8<*arch your early memory close.
Till you find another dose:
AB the shuddering frame revolts
At the thought of Efisorn salts I
Underneath the pill-box li«i
W hs a gr«*ater horror hid.
Climax of all Inward ills.
Huge and griping old blue pills!
What a contrast to the mild and gentle action of Dr. Pierce’s
Pleasant Purgative Pellets, sugar-coated, easy to take, cleansing and
renovating the system without wrenching it with agony. They are
gently aperient or strongly cathartic according to aiae of dose. Un
equaled as a liver pill.
Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take. As a
laxative, only one Pellet necessary for a dose. Cures Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all
derangements of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Put up in vials, her
metically sealed, therefore always fresh and reliable. Being purely
vegetable, they operate without disturbance to the systern, diet or
occupation. Sold by druggists, at 25 cents a vial.
UBECßN B lood PüHinEft
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KltWKY OLIVER DSfAStS. DYSPTPSIA. Â
r j»Pitaa.DTCMS »*01*. r«-».(.s_^
For “run-down." drMlltatrvI and overwork»«d
wom*n. Dr. Pier«-»- « Favorlt/- Pnwriptkm >a
th«. Is-at f>t all n-Ritorattve t<»r.i<-a. It ia h j*>t»-nt
8p»M-ifl<i for all tho»*o chronic W«-alm<*w R and
r»i*-a*n [H f-ulinr to Worn«-» : a powerful. g«-n-
-rsi . a well aa uterine, tonic and m-rvin«- It
IrnpflrtA vlir«»r and Atr<-nFth to thr who!«» sva-
te»n. It promptly frures w«*nkn« M of atomai h,
naijAia, indlir«*Ati«*n. bloating, weak Link,
nervous prostration, debility an«l Aierpl« ar -
n»-AA. m either *
It I a carefully com
pounded by an experienced physician and
adapted to womatis d< licatr « rganizatlon.
Purely vegetable and perfei-tiy harmless in
any «-ondition of th«* system. It is th«* only
medl< ine for women, sold by drugirtata,
nndrr a positive guarantee of Antisfjic-
tion in «*v«*ry »•»«*••. or t»rl<*e (flJIO) refun d'd.
Thia gimrantee has b»*«*n nrinti*«! «»n the
bottle-wrapper, an«i faithfully •*arri«*d out
for many years.
W orld ’ s D isfeksakv
M rdical A sm «»« iatiom . Proprietors, No «¡S3
Main RtreH. Buffalo. N Y.
For a Stock of C andy or Anything for a B akery
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Sarsapari 11 a
Sufe and alway> rt-liabl«. Ludlen,
A ask Druaalat for /»«'•mood Rrrfnd. in
>»\r»<la metallic box<«, staled with bine
iXzribbon. Take m> other. All pill-»
'¿•Jin pasteboard box««, pink wrappers, are
fK <iitna<-rwuH «MHinterftlta. Send 4<*.
Jw (HtaiiiiiH) lor partlculHrs, te«iniontai« ■■’4
JI “Relief for I.uillen,” in letter, bv rotiira
t mull. A'ama /'uprr.
( hirhrater < hem’l «<>.. Mnill«on Hq., Vhila.. I*»
bcdh.c’the ¡} arts af
fected freely With
IOO Doses One
Always buys Seal of North Carolina, “Plug Cut."
He can’t be fooled by inferior imitations.
1 TO » DATS.
Including 15 rare n<»velties. shapes and
artistic imported ole« »graphic and chro-
i ati ■ card-. This large aud beautiful col
lection »e'-t by mail to any one who will
do this: Buy a box of the genuine Dr. C.
McLune’s Celebrated Liver Pills from any
druggist, price ¿5 cents, and mail us the
outside wrapper with jour address, plain
ly written aud 4 cents in stamps. The
genuine McLane’s Fills are prepared only
by Fleming Bros. Pittsburgh, Pa, and
have been in constant use for over sixty
years. They are superior to all others i»>
THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPINY,
purity and effectiv« ness. A certain cure
for ind’geati«»n and ick headache. Ad Western Branch, liu*Z7, ruitTLAND, OR’
Hold by W isdom l)ar<* Co., Portland, Or.
dress, Fleming Bros.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
id by all dr»ggi«ts, 91 ; píx for |5. Prepared
dy by « I H<M)D A ‘ . Lowell, Mvi
A Jlixa: OF TOBACCO
Season Opens for Trout April 1st
Faber’s Golden Female Pills.
Is a neeewwfty with nearly everybody. The run
down, tired ««ondition at this season 1« due to
impurities In the blood which have acriimulAted
during the winter, and ahl«-h must be expelled
If you wish to feel w«*ll. Hood's Ha«sap*riIla
thoroughly pnrifie* and vitalizes the blood, cre
ates a good appetite.cur«“ btlionanewiam! hea«!-
a«-be. gives healthy action to the kidney« and
odya feeling of
■r. an<l Im
irealtb and »trength. Try
tfjíq.h ¿i ülfl
triar] dourt knpuv
N. P N. Ü. No. 332-B. F. N U. So «»
M anufacturing C o .,
106 E STREET, PORTLAND, OR.,
Jobber» in Show Cwn. ScalM, P»p«r
tart, anythin« you ■>•»! ia • Con-
fnetiwuwr • Morw
n*i»»rooin-«>>rnwr of » rout oud Uwk iuwl