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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
"TM rich relative of ydura, Is he a distant
relative f" "Yes, eitrtmely dlstaut slnoe he
MAN'S INHUMANITY TO HIMSELF.
The mrrtt inhuman outrages, outrages wh'eh
would disgrace the savaire. man p rpetrateii
upon Ms own system hy swallowing dranttcp-ir-g.tive
wlilon convuUe hitnomnon. ngonliehts
in e-tiui sand weaken tve system. Mn ivopte
oou-uii'lv do ihiH undr the Impression that
medicaments onlv wnlch nre violent iu their
n'llon.a d priielHrly'rHihrllp, ra 01 any
mv.iI1. I r parable injury to health lswroneht
under this- mi-taken i.iea. The laxative whleh
jnot ni'rlv Hpproach i thebeiietl.tiiitfC ton of
naiHie is rfowtel.ter's' Somneh Bi tern. whl h Is
p ilule1, b'lt horoiieh, and liu iaorates the In
testinal c.inal instead f weakening and irritat
ing it. The liver and ihe torn 'Ch share in 'he
benign dis Ipllne Hist Mtet b this compr--h
in vt-nie.il -i e. hue healthfil influence is
fel t 'o shout the svs'em MHlnrloiia, rheu
mH , k diiey and nervous omplaluts succumb
to X - . .
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'oeor e Y011 w "t'd nnrry theVirgwt fool In
th world f lnke.HoH,woiilln'iout Kthel
ih. Oc.r , lli-s ik -o H'r ilen."
to Throat and Lungs, must
be preserved or sore 'spots
appearand invite the con
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
heals the lining, strengthens
thn lunfrs and even over
comes diseased spots in their J
early stages. Physicians, mo
world over,- endorso it.
' Don't lis de:ei?:d bj Substitutes!
FnparadbrSeottABairaa.N.Y. All DracrUU.
Swift, tight. Strong,
lieliable and Beau
tiful. A live agent wanted in
everv city and town in Ore
gon, Vashington and Idaho,
bend for catalogue and
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r Oregon BLoopPuRinER.
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Maltese Cross, Ridgewood and Wal
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Ta the Efficacy
' The ote-Cme simple
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errszsn Cl fields car
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taint whlcH ltdoee cot immediate!;
eradicate. Polxni otntrarrMy abrorbed or the
result of vile dbcaaes from within elt yield to tht
potent b'lt s!st?l3 remedy. It U en nneqnaled
tonie, bnlldsnptha old aad ferble, cures all dlseaser
arMnf from Impore blood rr weakened TltttUty.
Sesxtlg treatlH. Examine the proof.
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The launch CYCLONE, one of
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depth, 3 feet; beam, 6 1-2 feet;
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This launch, fitted with the
celebrated HERCULES Gasoline
Engine, 8-horso power, in per
fect running: order, is offered for
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Sparrow and Swallow.
Editor Huddaway of the Easton
(Md.) Ledger gives an account of a
most remarkable encounter between
a barn swallow and an English spar
row. The swallow, as stated to the
editor,' had built its nest among the
rafters of the barn of Mr. Denney,
near Royal Oak, in Talbot county.
While on the nest the swallow was
attacked by the sparrow, and the
two birds had a furious battle, which
went on sometimes in the air and
rometimes on the ground. The swal
low was courageous, but it had not
the wind of the sparrow and finally
had to yield to its antagonist. Hav
ing driven the swallow from the barn,
the victorious sparrow took 'posses
sion of the nest and contents.
In about an hour the swallow re
turned to the barn bearing in its
mouth a bunch of something resem
bling long horsehairs. The bird
went directly and noiselessly to its
nest, threw itself on the bark of the
sparrow, and before that astonished
bird had recovered from the shock
caused by the sudden and violent re
turn of its vanquished foe the swal
low put a horsehair noose around the
sparrow's neck and spmehow fast
ened the other end of the lassoo to
the nest or to the rafter. The spar
row 6oon choked to death on its un
expected gallows, where it hung for
Beveral days. Chicago Tribune.
Small Fruit Growing.
. In the viciuity of many small towns
there are good openings for growing
and marketing small fruits. The
grower should plant a good variety
of strawberries, raspberries, black
berries, grapes, currants and goose
berries, as the longer he is in the
market the better he can supply the
wants of his customers. It will be a
help in this if, in addition to the dif
ferent kinds, he has two or more va
rieties, one early and one late, and in
Borne cases a medium variety, in or
der to prolong the season as much as
possible. One advantage with the
home grower is that with good care
his fruit can be put into the consum
er's hands in a better, fresher condi
tion and at a less cost than if shipped
As with many other things con
nected with farming, the better plan,
usually, is to start on a small scale
and gradually increase as success
and the business warrant.
In order to sell cheaply it is essen
tial to grow them cheaply. As an
aid to this prepare the soil in a good
tilth before planting. St Louis Re
A Command of Temper.
The Duke of Marlborough possessed
great command of temper and never
permitted it to be ruffled by little
things, in which even the greatest
men have been occasionally found
unguarded. As he was one day riding
with Commissary Mar-not it began
to rain, and he called to his servant
for his cloak. The servant not bring
ing the cloak immediately, he called
for it again.
The servant, being embarrassed
with the straps and buckles, did not
come up to him. At last, it raining
very bard, the duke called to him
again and asked him what he was
about that he did not bring his cloak.
"Youmust stay, sir, "grumbled the
fellow, "if it rains cats and dogs, till
I can get at it"
The duke turned arouna toMarrrot
and said very coolly, "Now, I would
not be of that fellow s temper for all
the world." Sala's Journal.
A Bird's Weapon.
Birds, while still in the egg, have a
sharp, horny spike attached to the
upper part of the beak, by means of
which they are assisted in breaking
out of the shell. This prominence bej
comes opposed to the shell at various
points in a line extending all around
tho egg at about one-third of the
egg's length from the large end. It
makes a series of little holes, thus
weakening the shell, and when the
chick arrives at a certain stage of
strength and development it has no
difficulty in breaking out. In the
common fowl this little weapon drops
off a day or two after it is hatched,
but on the pigeon and birds that are
fed by their parents it sometimes re
mains for two weeks. Detroit Free
Press. : '- ,'
Sura Preventive of Disease.
The Duchess of Edinburgh is the hap
py possessor from the Russian and su
perstitious point of view of two genu
ine bezoar stones, one of which was left
to ber by her imperial father and the
other by bfr aunt The bezoar stone is
exit from a very rare animal and is re
garded as a sure preserver of health aad
. The Flower I.unauace.
Mrs. Murray HU1 There was a time
when you called me a daisy, a sweet vi
olet and a lily of the valley,
Mr. Murray Hill-Ves, that was he
'nra vmi Tiprrun in wine- ma everv niffht.
Now, the only flower I wish you were
is a "four o'clock." That oaaU op
sometimes, iexaj tunings.
THE CORPSE I CAME BACK.
! I I 'V
A Bril Swindler tfho. Fooled Sngaa
Kelly, JTr OUoo T Often.
Kasene Kelly, Jr.Jsou at the Kew York
millionaire banker, ft the latest victim of
the burial swindle. 'Last December he re
ceived notice from Chloafro of the death
there ot Frank M. Vernon, 19 years old,
whom he had once befriended, in a letter
aifrned A. E. Peltier Co., undertakers. It
was brief and confined itself to a request
FRAKK M. VEBS05. V
that 1108 be forwarded to Chicago to jut
for the funeral. Mr. Kelly sent the money
with a letter inquiring for details. In re
ply he received this letter from "A. E.
Peltier & Cat"
Dkar Sir Through an oversight which we
hope yon will pardon, our letter to you was not
written from my personal inspection, Having
known young Vernon's relational I took him
under my care when death was inevitable.
Vernon was very well connected In this city.
his father being a prominent politician and
two uncles in the abstract and title business.
Be bad when he died but one relation, an un
cle, who. I understand, defrauded Frank out
of a sum of money. Yon probably know of
his leaving this uncle and starting outfor him
self with race horses, two of which he owned,
but lost through gambling. We understand
that one of them. Ratal po, now owned by M.
F. Dwyer, was purchased for him by a friend
hi the east.
As you probably know, Vernon was a re
markably bright young man, well read, ete
whose abilities, bad they beeu directed in
proper channels, would have made him a
prominent man. Dr. Wilbur Hildreth, who
accompanied Vernon, was a physician of note
ia Cincinnati. Frank Morris Vernon is bur
led in the family vault, In the name of Her
bert William Vernon, in the Waldhelm cem
etery, this city. I was with him during his
last moments. Vernon suffered intense agony,
but bore it bravely and spoke ot you as his
friend and benefactor.
The letter said that Vernon's watch and
ring would be shipped by express, and that
Dr. Hildreth asked S50 for his trouble. A
day later a paokage came by American ex
press C. O. D. $50. Mr. Kelly paid the
money, expecting: to find the jewelry. Ha
found only a package of playing cards.
Mr. Kelly then reported the case to the
police. A short time ago Vernon was heard
from in St Louis, whence he wrote to Mr.
Kelly asking for money. On the police In
spector's advice Mr. Kelly told Vernon to
come to Kew York. He arrived in due sea
son and was arrested for obtaining money
under false pretenses, was promptly con
victed and sentenced to one year in prison.
Mm, d tiealla' Childhood.
If Mme. de Genlis' own account of her
bringing up before her marriage is true
she is a remarkable example of a woman
who has learned from experience, and
has contnved even among the incessant
claims of society to repair her parents'
neglect hi the matter of education. At
six she set forth with her mother to
Paris, where she spent a few dismal
weeks. After she had two teeth taken
out (the history of children is always
the same) "they put a pair of stiff
whalebone stays on we and imprisoned
my feet in tight shoes, which prevented
me from walking. They rolled my hair
in curl papers and I wore for the ftst
time a panier. To cure my provincial
air an iron collar was fastened round
my neck, and as I squinted a little the
moment I woke a pair of spectacles was
placed on my nose, and these I was not
allowed to move for four hours. Final
ly, to my great surprise, 1 was given a
master to teach nie how to walk (which
I thought I knew before), and I was for
bidden to run, or to jump, or to ask
The private baptism of her infancy
was supplemented by a public cere
mony, and then her woes were partly
forgotten in the delight of fetes and the
glory of her first opera. This was "Ro
land le Funenx," and she was fortunate
enough to hear Chasse, the singer who
five years later was ennobled "on ac
count of his voice and his beautiful
ftyle.". Unlike his comrades he had
some notion of modulation. Mrs. An
drew Lang ir. National Review.
A TXRSIBUI CAS OF DH0P8T CUuBS.
Jvo. Mallo. Esq
2fo. tl McLean St- JUL
Adam, Cincinnati, 0.,
writes: "I took sick
with dropsy, lost, my ap-(
peine, couta not Sleep,
became feverish; always
thirsty, lost ail strength,
stomach became pain
ful, breath short and
had to give up work.
The best physicians in
Cincinnati, failed to
belp me. My limbs and
body were swollen to
enormi ns size, and I
was suffering terrible
Johs Maixok, Esq. WfiSR&
sgaln, that I was liable to drop dead at any
moment. My wife sent for the priest, to prev
Fire me for death. While waiting for death,
remembered reading of your 'Golden Medleal
Discovery,' and thought I would try it as a last
hope. When I had taken three bottles, I was
aunoat well. The swelling entirely disappeared
and I was soon able to resume work. My
health is better now than it has been in
twenty-five years." .
One cent a dc
Ttia anlrl rm a a-uarantee bv ail drno
gists. It cures Incipient Consumption,
n4 is tbe best Opuh aa4 Croup p wt.
A FRISCO MIRACLE.
THE TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE OF A
WELL-KNOWN BUSINESS MAN.
So Badly Crippled With Rheumatism
That He Lost All Power of Feet and
: Legs How lie Was Cared.
From the San Francisco Chronicle.
, M. E. Douglas, a young man who owns
and runs a harness shop out at 2012 Mis
sion street in this city, tells a tale of a
remarkable cure ot rheumatism after lie
had suffered for several years, and had
almost given up booing that it could be
cured. That Mr. Douglas cure is per
manent is amply demonstrated by the
fact it was effected two years ago, and
rheumatism has not troubled him at all
since that time.
It was in regard to his recovery that a
Chronicle reporter called upon Mr. Doug
las a tew uays ago. 1 tie young man told
the following story :
"About four or five vears ago I began
to be much troubled by severe pains in
my feet and ankles, and it annoyed me
so greatly that I could only keep at work
with difficulty. I began to think that I
was standing on my feet too much, and
wouiu nava to manage to do easier work.
I was In a harnessmaker's shop then.
About that time I read of a disc-ace of
the feet which is contracted in the Ger
man army. I decided that: I bad the
same disease, and read up the remedies
used lor it aud tried them. Of course,
they did no good. I then tried hot wa
ter bathing, and also used mustard wa
ter. I got some relief from the bathing.
but It was only temporary, and inv
trouble was constantly increasing. At
last I went to a physician, and he gave
me a prescription, but it did no good. I
was now so badly on that the acute pain
bad gone up beyond thecal ves of my legs.
lnsed to have to sit down very often, and
frequently when I would try to stand I
would fall right over. I completely lost
power over my feet and legs, and wa al
most paralyzed. Finally I determined
that I would have to let the disease wear
itself out, t
" You see, we are all natives of Can
ada. My father, mother and I used to
live at Woodstock. Ontario. We got the
Woodstock Sentinel Review, which con
tained a number of reports about the
wonderful propert ies of a medicine called
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
I thought that, if one-quarter or one
tenth of what was said about them was
true, they might do me some good. We
got (2.60 worth of them, and I began to
take them without mnch regularity and
without thinking much about their car
ing me. I just took them when I thought
of it, two or three at a time as they hap
pened to come nandy. i was also fuller
ing from a severe attack of piles, which
gave me a great ''eal of trouble. After
1 had been taking the nnk Tills awhile
I noticed that the piles left me, and then
my rheumatism just went away from me
so easily that I hardly thought of it un
til it was gone. I had given up all other
treatment, and was taking nothing bat
the pills ; so it must have been the pills
that cured me. I took more, and in fact
take some still. We always keep them
in the house now. They give your cheeks
a fine, healthy glow, and keep you feel
ing welt all the time. .My rheumatism
was completely cured, and has not troub
led me for two years.
"My grandfather, John Douglas, is
still living in Canada. lie was qnite
well acquainted with this very Dr. Will
iams who first compounded the pills, and
knows that he has the very best of stand
ing in the community.
"I cheerfully recommend the Pink
Pills, and I think that any one who
takes them is snre to receive benefit. As
I said, we still keep the pills in the house
all the tim, and would not be without
Mr. Douglas is 28 years of age. He
has been in Han Francisco for the best
part of his life. He is well and favor
ably known by a great many San Fran
cisco people. Any one of an inquiring
frame of mind can find him at work in
his harness shop at 2612 Mission street.
An analysis of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People shows that they
contain in a condensed form all the ele
ments necessary to give new life and
richness to the blood and restore shat
tered nerves. They are an unfailing
specific for such diseases as locomotor
ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance,
sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous
headache, the after effects of la grippe,
palpitation of the heart, pale and sallow
complexions, all formsof weakness either
in male or female. Pink Pills are sold
by all dealers, or will be sent postpaid
on receipt of price (50 cents a box, or six
boxes for $2.50) by addressing Dr. Will
iams' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. V.
ALL AGUES OF JOINTS,
ST. JACOBS 01
WILL CURE AND PROMPTLY HUSTLES,
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Hay For No, Rakes, Scythes,
889 WASHINGTON ST., PORTLAND, OREGON,
f jT&y - Cut this advertisement out, and send it when yon write.
PCBLlO TESTIMONY Or A PUBLIC
The late Hon. James W. Hasted, so long
Speaker of the Assembly of the State' of
New York, was noted for vigorous common
sense. In January of 1800 he wrote from
the Assembly Chamber!
" I desire once more to bear my testimony
to the value of Allcoce's Pobods Plas
tibs. I have used them for twenty-five
years past, and oan conscientiously com
mend them as the best external remedy
that I have known. I have them constant
ly by me, whether at home or abroad. My
family as well as myself have found them
to be a sovereign remedy, buth for external
and internal troubles. I never hnd but one
kidney diillcuity in my life, and the appli
cation of the plasters cured me iu a week.
I desire, as I said before, to bear my testi
mony in a public way to their ellloacy, and
I know or no better way of doing it than
by giving yon my personal experience."
Bkahdbxtu's fills are a vegetable pur
gative. ;r"'! '".
"Qrlndem Is a usurer, I understand.' "''surer!
Why. w hen he looks at you he looks aj you with
luterest." ',' t
"Broton't Fronehial TYochtu" arof great
service In subduing hoarseness. kld only
in bojttt, . -
It's the absurd creation Unit women wear on
tht ir heads lo ibe theater lliut aiea can't over
' ws offer One Hundref Dollars' Kewnrd foi
any riw of ontirrb that caiiuot be ttured by
iiall s Catarrh Cure.
K. J, CHEN KY dt CO., Prop!., Toledo, O.
Wo. Ibe unilerKluiied, have kuown V. J. I'll''-nevfn-ihn
axt llfuen year, ami hellwvw hi in
perfectly hoii'ral in a'l b Mil traiia"tltii
mm nnaiici iiy aoie to oarrv o i any on iithuuu
made by their nrui. WK8T TRtUX,
Whn'enale DrnrKlnta. Toli d". 0.
WALIHNO. KINNAN & M HVIN.
Wholesale lruirlcls, Tolrdo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cnrj is taken loterunlly.iie'liia
d r-ctly upon t' blood and nnieoa aurfmeiol
the sv lent 1'ilce. 76 cent p r bo. tie. eoU by
all druggists. Testimonials free.
Guard yonme f for summer miliaria, tired
fettling, by using now Oieson U ood t'urliler.
ties Ktiamellne Wove Polish s no dust no smell.
Tav Or ax a. for breakfast.
0wT$ ENJOYS , i
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it U pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fenlly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem efibctuallyr dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Fig is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in iu
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, iU
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mode it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale la 60c
and (1 bottle by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on band will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
witibes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO, CL
10UISVIUE, Kt. HW YORK. K.1. ;
K?1 Vt. L. DOUGLAS S).1 pnOT.
nuui cuBiom worx, rotttina from
m 10 $k, dcsi va.;:e lor the money
in I'.iq world. Knme and nnri
stam.ted on the bottom. Every
iir warranud. Take no surxitl.
iu:c. u-s local paper bit full
KTipimnoi our complete
lines for ladica a:id cm.
derby mail, postage free. You can got Ui bes
bargains of dealers who push our shoes.
NERVES AND MUSCLES
1PYOUK BUSINESS DOES MOT PAY.
Chickens are easily and successfully
raised by using the Petatuma lit
oubatorc and Brooder. Our tl
lustrated catalogue lull, all about it
Don't ouy any but tne retainma ii you want strour, vigorous chinks
We are Pacific Coast Headquarters for Bone and Clover Cutter, Mark
em. noots. canonising loois. rouniains, rioocrs koud cure. Morrh
Poultry Cure, Creoaosone the greatcliioken-llce killer and ovary other
article reonlred bv poultry raisers. See the machines in onaratlon ai
our exhibit with the Norwalk Ostrich Farm. Midwinter Fair, hauihlni
ostriches and all kinds of rggs. Catalogue free: If yon a ant It, write
PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO'
760-76.764-766 Main street, retain rua.'Cal.
84, 30, 30, 48 and 1 Inches Wide,
1 CENT SPUE FOOT.
O. B. STUBBS,
1 I L
(nor winci nwr booth i no i i t ie
hittO, lllllOLUII a SYRUP 1 l
I FOR CHILDRKM TCITMINQ )!
C VeesaUbyallJfraawiita. S Oaata battla, I
If gj Sarah 1. 6riffir. W) ;t
Only a Scar Remains
Scrofula Cured -Blood Purified by
"0. 1. Mood A Co., Lowell, Mass. I
"It Is with pleaams tlmt I send a testimonial
oonceriiliif what Hood's Barsap irilta has done
for my dtughter. It is a wonderful medicine
and 1 cannot reeonimeuil it too hlsuly. Sarah.
Who Is fourteen yoais ol!, has been
Afflicted With Sorofula
ever since she was one year o'd. For five years
she has had a running sore on one aids ol her
face. We tried every remedy recommended, bnt
uothlna did her any mo, until we eommenoed
uslns Hood's tiartaimrilla. My married daughter
advised But to use ilood'l banaparilla buuauae
It had cured her of dvapetla. She had been
troubled with that lomplnlut alttr.a childhood,
and sluee her ctpe she has never been wlthoii' a
bottle of HikmI's rtarsaparllla iu the hou e. We
commenced slvln It to Hn'a i a-wit one year
ago, aud It has ooiuiuvrod the ntiinluu soie.
Only a 8ear Remaining ,
as a true of the drvadinl dloease. I'ruvions to
taking the medltilue her e.e.iKht was altueted
but uow she ran see perfectly. In ooiineollou
with IIo hI's Harasimrilla we have nwil UimmI's
Vegetable I'ills, a id find tlitim the bent." Mas.
kUaiA UairriN, Xeuia, lllluula. Cot Hood's
Hood's Pill cure nausea, sick headache,
Indigestion, Uliousneas. fold by all ilru.jlta,
CREAMERY AND DAIRY
Baker C Hamilton
and OUTFITTf R3.
Creameries, Cheese Factories and
, Cold Storages.
SMNCrACTl'SKSS AND PfALtkS IK
Creamery, lalry and Cliaeaa factory
Machinery, Apparatus, riatnree
UENEBAL PACiriO COAST AOCMTS
.' ros ths , .'. . -
Sharpies Russian and Belt Power
Winners of the only diploma and medal be
stowed on Separators at the Wor d's Columbian
flans, estimate, and apecMratlnns Inrn'ahrd
on application. Strictly lirsl-clans goods at bed
write us for descriptive catalogue and for in
formation. BAKER & HAMILTON,
Sacramento. l.ua Angeles,
THE ERICKSOX PATENT SQUIRREL BOMS
. -rt .
Is sure denlh lo flround BqulrreK
Poeket Uophara, Hablilts a id all ani
mals that burrw In tiiegioiiiid. him.
pie. sine aud certain. Price (3 per UK)
j.,m, w lurftiiipmviii, nnrni'ie j
rarirldgen.wlth d r.D.lon- f. r iuiHK,aenlr i
srpllciition For sale i y Ml KU-1 KXTKKMI
Belting, PackiBn and Hose, Boots aad
Shoes, Rubber and Oil Clothing,
Druggists Rubber Goods,
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