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About The Coast mail. (Marshfield, Or.) 187?-1902 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1879)
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Th tim fdroliltwlfl wore Uim if ly
tiff?? fffto bccomo A fssblonftblo
IWiWI JP9C ItvMMSs
ImImmh mu in Hootch plshls
Ni6d with friMffo an aoreltiw.
AaHwttjrlaof bf cftlltsl Pinafore b
!. ?! !- tamoa ot strips
ef btocdd ribbon.
A jw trimming materis! in the Tor-
Miia, which is utmost InsUrless,
but twy hadsoine.
uFPH tllwwiiHwhoro finished
With hwia-pftlHted OBils.Thllwidof om
VwHwad ornw, m formorly.
8ftif!o b4 tmoUn; costumes grow
wo Mil raoro msscolino, and wsiklt.fr
eota a weni in plaao ot tho discsnlod
A great deal of attention is twins
rn ,? ..w:l,, ndorwoar. Fifteen
plaited frills aw not on somo of the nar
Tha prettiest new scarf wraps for
simmer are mule, of craua Untod lawn,
or crcpo Msm tnrinkJixl with flowors
and edged with Breton lac.
Rough-and lkauly Mackinaw straws,
with stiff brims and In creamy liow,
brown, or black are ranch worn br
ladies, with traveling or street cos-
llsndkcrclileJ with Japaneso and;
Cblneso borders are sold to wear with
lawns, ranaUns and organdies having
similar trimmings. HaU an also made
of ahirred goods like tlio costume.
Iawti hats for croquet or archery are
laaao of ttm (IniMt !. ... ...I:.
ocra batiste. Thsy aro shirred and
tnmmed with flowers, or with a scarf ot
Algericno silk in bright Oriental hues.
A pretty style of hose is of creamy
silk or lisle thread embroidered in dif
ferent kinds of grasses in shades of dark
green, oliro and brown. Hose should
be as caret ally selected as any part of a
Bastings have also established them
selves in popalar faTor and sxo mncb
issproTed. It has many good qualities;
the soft wool banting is unernshable,
and makes the beat kind ot dress for
very-day wear or traveling .purpose.
For mountain excursions nothing is
prettier than a costume of plaid woolen
goods, ooquettisbly, yet simply made
Hp. Pipings and trimmings t plain
wool give a stylish finish. With tax
should be wora a broad belt, from which
a chatelaine bag can be suspended.
Chip hats are trimmed with pale,
gold-colored satin lining, with ribbon
to match and red feathers. Leghorns
kave a black velvet lining, with trim
aaiags of whit ostrich feathers and
Breton Ik. Nothing so well trims a
Ijsgsorn as the fine doublo ostrich
Lace and Sowers are the greatest
azilisries to beantynd the moss fitting
adoraments for summer. It's the little
tbiagSf tho finishing touches which
Ungates and give to the wearer a look
of grace and elegance, and this season
there is nothing lacking in the way ot
accessories to stake a fair lady still more
A Shaker Tlltmcc.
PassUg away is wiittea on the world
sad all the world coataias.
Isuaertality epeas huge hope that
assy overpay the most BBspesksbls bit
More people fail from a multiplicity
ot talests and pretensions than from ab
solute poverty of resources.
Let us have faith that right makes
might and dare to do our duty, for to
help is to do the work of the world.
Flowers are the sweetest thing that
God ever mode and forgot to pat a soul
into; they are love's truest language.
All who joy would win must share it.
Happiness was born a twin. The vine
that bears too many flowers will trail
upon the ground.
He alone is wise who can accomodate
himself to all the contingencies of life;
bat the fool contend, and ia struggling
like a swimmer against tho stream.
If a maa dees not make new acquain
tance as he advances thrcngh life he
will soea find himself alone. A man
shook! keep his frieadahip in constant
Canning leads to knavery; it is but a
step from one to tho other, and that
very slippery, juying only mates tue
diareace;add that to cunning and it Is
Oeatlenesa is a son of mild atmos
phere, and it enters into the child's
mind like the sunshine into tho rose-
bad, slowly bnt surely expanding it
into beauty ana vigor.
la the love of a brave and faithful
mas there ia always s strain of motion
less tenderness; he gives bnt again those
beams of protecting loudness wlileu
were shod on him as he lay on bis
Oar daily familiar .life is bnt a hiding
of ourselves irom eacn otner oeuinu a
case of trivial words and deeds, and
those who sit with us at the same hearth
are often the farthest off from the deep
hamaa soul wkhin us, foil of unspoken
evil asd unacted good.
It is with people as withtrees. If
yoa lop off their.floest branches, into
vhieh they were pouring their young
life-jiee, tha? wounds will be healed
over with somo rough boss, some odd
exemoence; and what might have been
a grand tree, expanding into liberal
shade, is but a whimsical, misshapen
O, the anguish ef that thought that
wa eaa sever atone to our dead for the
stinted affsctioa wq gave them, for the
light answers we returned to their
pUJais or their pleading, for the little
reveesaee we showed to that sacred
haaiVn soal that lived so close tons,
ad was the divine&t thing God had
gives, as te know.
The late Bichard H. Dana until short
ly iMfore his death was erect of form
asd Arm ofstep, and possessed unim
paired sight and hearing. His hair,
tall beard, and mustache, all worn
iUm losg, were silvery grsy. H s
fee was pale, his features regular, his
eyes aisgaktfly expressive. He was a
mo J out asd reserved person, bnt when
emesg hi intimates a delightf al talker,
stia htnrtft daring the past summer and
atnfn wa aausasily good. Mr.
Beew has always been independent, but
jmmc ish; his literary veatares. witn
Mm utiptT hi lectures on Shakes-
, fW UW mosey is. ait yuiw.
Lard Lesuox remembers that the
ysi Jirros used to proaoanse his ow
The Brassy street wo entered was at.
leat. No perttm was visible j there was
no sign of life iu tho plaiu gaunt bolld
ings on either side. These buildings,
of tho architecture of New England
barns, but painted white and pierced
with windows, mado uo offer ot hospl
tality. One on tho right appeared to bo
a salesroom and a storehouse. Next
was tho groat Meeting-houso n Uber
naclo of simplicity, with a hooded door
way. Opposite wore workshops, and
there were other buildings of which wo
eonld not dlvlno tho uso ; but at tho
end ot tho campus rose tho high-rooted
dwelling-house, called "Tho Homo,"
ornamented with tho only vanity of tho
premises a low steeple containing a
bell. Why was tho bell on the dwell
ing'houM instead ot on tho meeting
house? If we could ring it, wonld any
lifo bo evoked ?
The great buildings stared at us with
closed doors and windows. For any
evidence ot humanity, wo might as well
have been in Pompeii. Had some sud
den calamity swept away tho commu
nity, or was It peruana the hour ot med
itation? Wo waited, wo watched, wo
listened. Tho silence was profound.
It was afternoon, and all tho placo wa
flooded with sunlight. Summer had
not yet come, but there was premoni
tion of "it in tho soft, gray sky flecked
with blue tho voritablo color of Cts
sar'a eyes and in the wandering wind
that moved the low grass gently and
had in it yet a little aimer ot spring.
It was a day when the south side ot a
friendly barn, where the hens are bur
rowing in the warm soil, is the most
comierUDle place in tho world.
Had wo come this long way merely to
see a. reed shaken in the wind? Nay,
we had come to see a Shaker, not even
the least that is, was vitiblo. It oc
curred to us to return to what appeared
to be the " store,' and seekinformation.
It was closed fast like the other houses,
as if.no caatowers were desired, and it
was only after persistent knocking that
the door opened part war and gave to
our view the" vision of a thin, tall, augu
lar female In scant, plaiu skirts, whoso
severe faco was neither an invitation to
the monastic life nor a promise of in
formation. We were put in tho position
of intruders upon something holy and
unattractive. But what right had we
(children stained with tho world) to ex
pect civility and an angelic face in a per
son set to guard tho portals ot celihioy
and non-resistance, a woman who for
fifty years had been hardening into the
attitude of setting her face against the
world ? Words were not wasted on us.
Could we enter the house?
And wo felt that we were not worthy
to do so. Could we have the key to tho
And the refusal seemed just. Could
we go into any of tho houses?
The door was now only a crack open.
Could we see anybody 1
" Find the Elder 1 "
And tho door shut, decidedly. Even
a sweet virgin may get sour by standing
The advice to find tho Eldor was good,
but elders were as scarce as youngsters.
No person was in sight, we lounged
don by the wash-house, alongside of
which ran a sparkling brook, noiseless
between its grassy banks. In the next
building we keerda hammering. Here,
then, was life. It seemed to bo some
sort of n workshop. We entered.
Nothing on the first floor. Abovo, we
at hut found a door that would open.
It opened into a shoemakers shop, oc
cupied by a single man.
"Brother," we said, "can yon ?"
" I aint no brother."
" You are not a Shaker ? "
"Not much. I'm a shoemaker.
"Where, then, sre the Shakers? "
" I dunno ; in tho fields, may be,"
and the .godless man slammed away on
his lspstono to the' utter destruction ot
We went down discomfited. This,
we thought, is a strange community,
where nobody will commune. Suppose
we wanted to join, how could wo do it?
Since one cannot bo born into it, how
does he get in ? The great barns be
hind the houses were invitingly open,
bnt they were as empty as the houses
appeared to be. Not a " moo," nor a
" baa," nor a " bleat " to be beard. I
think we should have given up the
quest of truth, and gone awsv con
vinced that the Shakers had all been
absorbed into the ground, sunk down
and not left even a broad brim above tno
place of their disappearance as a mon
ument, if we had not at the moment
espied a little school-house hidden in
the trees, and two pretty little girls in
the yard in front of it, studying their
lessons under the shade of a soft maple
a pretty picture of education in iia
sweetest form. Heaven be praised, here
is life at hut and the very beginning
of it i We juiuntered down toward this
spring of knowledge and began a con
versation with the little maids, who re
plied without fear or nutter to our ques
tions in the simple " yea " and " nay "
of their order as modest in demeanor
ss they were quaint in speech. Bnt tho
interview bsd not gone far when it was
interrupted by an appearance that made
shakers of us all.
The school-marm stood in tho door
way. Mother Ann I looked you to in
the sweetneasof your epringtime, when,
perchance, you stood in the porch of
the Manchester cottage smong the Eng
lish roses? Perhaps not. I think not,
then, so unworldly fair. The school
marm wore a white cap, a white apron
over her short gray skirt, snd a laven
der silk kerchief was crossed over her
breast. The formality of this seat sim
plicity caught a grace from the reflned
purity of her face. The maid stood in
the doorway withone small hand raised
on the casing ; she spoke to tho chil
dren ; she greeted us in a voice of perfectly-modulated
sweetness, and regard
ed na with her large trustfnl eyea.
OharUt Dudley Warner, ia Midtummcr
Does that hurt ? - kindly askod the
dentist, holding the young man's head
back, and jabbing a still probe with
back set teeth clear down through his
aching tooth and into the gnm. " Does
that hurt 7 " he asked, with evident feel
ing. " Oh, no," replied the young
man, in a voice suffused with emotion
and sentiment, oh, no," he said ten
derly, rising from the chair and holding
the dentist's head in the utove while he
drsggtdhi lungs put of his esrs with
a cork-screw, " Oh, no," he ssid. not
at all; does that 7" But the dentist
had the bitter of the yortng man after
all, for he charged him fifty cents snd
didn't pull the tooth then. But by that
time the astonished tooth had forgot
it aaWftf . Jfo Wfy,
Tho American ' Trctty Girl,''
Tho following port rait ot oneot our
Douiurjwomon in nropo which occurs
IT .n:laaM," now Stribntr nov
olotto, Confidence," will bo recognised
by many on both sides ot tho water, as
drawn from tho lifo:
She was simply tho American pretty
girl, whom ho had seen a thousand
times. It was a numerous sisterhood,
pervaded by a stroug family llkouess.
This young lady had ehatming oyos (ot
tho color of Gordon's cravats) which
looked everywhere at ouo and yet
found time to linger in some plaocn,
where Longuovlllo's own eyes fre
quently met them. She had soft brown
hair, with a silk-golden thread in it,
beautifully arranged Rud crowned by a
smart httlo hat thut savored of Paris.
She bail also a sloudor liltlo figure,
neatly rounded, and delicate, narrow
bauds, prettily gloved. Sho movod
about a great deal in her place, twisted
her little flexible body and tossed her
head, lingered her hair and examined
tho ornanionia ot her dress. Sho had a
great doal ot conversation, and she ex
pressed horselt with extremo frankness
and decision. Ho askod her, to begin
with, it she had been long in Badou,
but tho impetus of tho question was all
sho required. Turning her charming,
conscious, coqnettish littlo fuoa upon
him, she instantly began to chatter.
" I have been hero about four weeks.
I don't know whether you call that
long. It doesn't seem long to mo, I
have had such a I6vely time. I havo
met over so many people bore I know
every day somo one turns up. Now yon
havo turned up to day,"
" Ah, but you don't kuow mo," said
" Well, I havo heard a great deal
about you I" cried tho young girl, with
a pretty little stare of coutradictiou. "I
think you know a great friend of mirft,
Miss Ella Maolano, of Baltimore. She's
traveling iu Europe, now." Longuo
ville's memory did not instantly re
spond to this signal, but he expressod
that rapturous assent which tho occa
sion demanded, and oven risked tho ob
servation that tho young lady from Bal
timore was very pretty. " She's far too
lovely," his companion went on. " I
havo often heard her speak of yoa. I
think you know her sister rather tatter
than you know her. Sho has not been
out vory long. Sho is hut as interest
ing as sho can be. Her hair comes
down to her feet. She's traveling in
Norway. She's beou ovorywhero you
can think of, and she's golug to finish
cu" with Finland. You can't go any
further than that, con you ? That's one
comfort; shell havo to turn round and
oome back. I want her dreadfully to
come to Baden-Bodeu.."
" I wish she wonld," said Longuo
ville. "Is she traveling alone?"
" Oh, no. They've got some Eng
lishman. Thoy say hes devoted to
Ella. Every one seems to havo an Eng
lishman, now. We've got one hero;
Captain Lovelock, Captain Augustus
Lovelock. Well, they're awfully hand
some. Ella Mac Ian o is dying to come
to Baden-Baden. I wish you'd write
to her. Her father and mother havo
got some idea in their heads; they
think its improper what do you call
it? immoral. I wish you'd write to
her and tell her it Un't. I wondor it
they think that Mrs. Vivian would
come to a place that's immoral. Mrs.
Vivian says sho wonld take her in a
moment; she doeoa't seem to care how
many she has. I declare, sbo's only
too kind. Yon know Pm in Mrs. Viv
ian's caro. My mother's gone to Franx
ensbad. She would lot me go with
Mrs. Vivian anywhere, on account of
the influence she thinks so much of
Mrs. Vivian's influence. I havo always
heard a great deal about it, haven't you ?
I must say it's lovely; it's had a won
derful effect upon me. I don't want to
praise myself, but it has. You ask
Mrs. Vivian if I haven't been good. f I
have been just as good as I can be. I've
been so peaceful, I've just sat hero this
way. Do you call this immoral ? You're
not obliged to gamblo if you don't want
to. Ella Machine's father seems to think
you get drawn in. I'm sure I haven't
been drawn in. I know what you're
going to say you're going to say I've
been drawn out. Well, I have to-night.
We jost sit here so quietly there's
nothing to do but to talk. We mako a
little party by ourselves are you going
to belong to our party ? Two of us aro
missing Miss A'iviau and Captain
Lovelock. Cpbun Lovelock has gone
with her into the rooms to explain tho
gambling Miss Vivisn alwajs wonts
everything explained. I am uro I un
derstood it tho first time I looked at tho
tables. Have you over seen Miss Viv
ian ? She's very much admired, sho s
so very unusual. Blackhair's so uncom
mon I see you've got it too but I
mean for young ladies. I am sure ono
sees everything here. There's a woman
that comes to tho tables a Portuguese
countess who has hair that ia positively
blue. I can't say that I admire it when
it comes to that sbsde. Blue's my fa
vorite color, but I prefer it in the eyes,
continued Longuoville'a companion,
resting upon him her own two speci
mens of the tint.
He listened with thst expression of
clear amusement which is not always an
indication of blah esteem, but which
i even pretty chatterers, who are not the
zeyena of estimable, often prefer to
imoscnline inattention; and while ho
listened, Bernard, according to his
wont, made his reflections. He said to
himself that there were two kinds of
..,. m'ritlin acutely conscious and
the finely unconscious. Mrs. Vivian s
proUoet was a member of the former
category; she belonged to the genus
coquette. We all havo our conception
of the indispensable, and the indis
pensable, to this young lady, was a
spectator; almoat any male biped would
serve the purpose To her spectator
she addressed for tho moment, tho
wholo volume of her being-addressed
It in her glances, her attitudes, her ex
clamations, in a hundred litte experi
ments of tone snd gesture and position.
And these rustling artifices wore so in
nocent and obvious that tho directness
of her desire to be well with her ob
eerver became In itself a grace; it led
Bernsrd afterward to say to himsell
that the natural vocation and tnttUr of
littlo girls for whom existence was but
shimmering surface, was to prattle
"nd ruffle their plumage; their view of
life and its duties ws as simple and su
perficial a that of an Oriental bayadere.
A baupoonfal of turpentins boiled
with your white clothes will aid the
OlVB I'ilOMI-r ATTMTIO iD TSCAJ.
MBST to ll Affections ef the owel, such as
VUtthwt, Cuoler Morbus, pysenterr, A,
it tl'l. mmou or ttio jresr. Uy vuft lit.
Jsrno's CariuuistlTs Uiissm you wWuMf'g
.ceaplslst lion tot iriteaj
Malaria DUi&raod of Its Torrors,
MslstU thst foil almoti'hrrlc olon, U
nlmmvuot Its terror, sml lionllh limtrctl
to thousand rtMilIni? vrtifro the nnxlous
extulAtlon pertoitlcsllr lutcct the sir, sua
jniremlar lnterraUtnl and rvtmllcnt
fwMy IIiMitetter Stomsch Hitter, the
most poimUr a It U the tt, ot jirotcn.
Uvea, alterative snd Ionic. In numborlc"
locslllles vrhero tho tlomsml for Mi1tlmtu ot
nutnlne was formerly Immrniip, tho hurtful
alksloM hu bron slmott r-nllretr supplanted
by this info, gretlu ml vflVctlve uhtl
tuto, which Is koiiUI In action and unohjtsc
Umiaulo In tutor. It nullities Iho Ititluenco
ot miasms by Klvlnxs mora acllvs ItnimUo
to jTsry vital function, iiulckenlufc and en.
rlchlnc; the blood, uvorcomlni; a leudencjr to
blllouuiMt. and prvmotlnK uTkcsIIou.
As Good aa an Euoyolopodln.
Kach number ot the Su trnelico Waste
Mr CuKONtci.s-lKht largo pagct-tsaroad.
able volume Iu Itself, and particular trc
can bo laid on the mats of freU new con
tallied In It. It I a complete nticlopedta of
the current omenta of tho world, and a such
has no superior. Printed In brUtht snd at.
tractive aijle, u nil every requirement of
a ilrel-claM wsekly paper.
O. J. Hawloy it Oo.
l prepared not only to till your order for
all kind of groceries, but will attend to the
purchase aim shipment of agricultural Im
plcmsnu of all kind, or auy kind ot good
needed on the farm, In tho workshop erin the
household. Thoy are competent, honest and
reliable; send them jour order, lie mil
throuKh Nell. Fawo . Co. or by V 0. order
to "Jia Sutter street, Su Vrauclsco.
Moohonlco Iuatituto Fair.
The management expect to mako the next
exposition, commencing on the Bth of Aur
ut, the mot rxirfect Iu Ita way of any of It
predecessor, Tho art icallery, especially. I
expected to yurpas anythliiK overen utnin
this coast. Don't fall to visit the rlr when
you visit tho city. It will be open about
St. Qoorao Stabloa.
This new and apaclou establishment W tho
nnest on the coast, aud Is welt worth a visit,
CSDCClallvlf VOII nnil llr.t .-I... .1.. .. .
reasouablo price. There I uo better place
In tho city to scud tine stock for sale. Tho
ta,nfrritf-l,tlr,la genial ceutlcmsn.
reliable and trustworthy.
If our rcadera desire a comfortable, cheap,
and at the same time an eleuant home wftlle
In tho city, let them call at tho .Nevada
.l!ou'''..,.s2 d,x,h ,lrtt? sn Francisco, where
they will rind a gonial hostess, well lighted,
ventilated aud beautifully furnished room
and price reasonable.
" ' - ..
Tho "Wiloox Pump
Seed for circular to W. C.Wllcox, 417 Mis.
slon street, Han Francisco, If you ueed a
pump. The Wilcox Is simple, cheap, dura,
ble aud not likely to kS out of order, will
raise more water, In a given time, with tho
same power, than any pump In uso.
Go to Dr. Cochrane, 850 Market street, San
Francisco, If you want brst-class work at
low rate. Cochrane tand at tho head of
J. W. SIUBITFKrl VcO.'a UKKKN SEAL
CIOAlia are guaranteed to txiciKilnnMhflrtn.
eat lia van a Tobacco. 8acramento si, &.T.
foa tt boat -totor.fci u4 lowwt prlcw, go lo
Wm. SSw. lUKMrajSL.Sw rrsadxu.
J T. HIU, mtaarseitirsr oX CarrlsM. Dp(r
KiprM.Tluru Drtca uigiuu Wmou Cor
strJsaSUUi BU.1' a tor Ma, atcm.au. Ctl.
Au.riCofrclis ttifelt st IS NTorkO!lsrr.
No. aiTMrt St. A r tra UMaatMd to b flraKltM.
I'Ucs ip ,a ih Um. j u. aTu, rruprtslor
Tho Best Spring Mcdlchto and
Bcautlflcr of tho Complexion in
uso. Cures Pimples, Dolls,
Blotches, Xettrnlgla, Scrofula,
Gout, Ithcumatlc and Qlercuriul
Pains, and nil DIscaKca arising
from a disordered xtato or tho
Blood or Liver.
BOLD Br ALL DRUGQI8T8.
At borne for mm sad woms, boys sail girls lo sail
tof sn srtlcU Bdtl bf srtrr oat. Our Pisa mikni
Itca)rfurltcafj,s4 ws furo'sU ff. lsr
anmUr of clrcuUr for dmrtboiloo, so thst lb
srtlclsesalwsilrtrUwJia 4rs, I has mtkU It
eutar to sll. Lar Prata. Cspltsl required,
(ran IU to 120 Tbom wltiu.ttl mtui nir Im bl
U rrt sou friend t parcbsM tb cuoris sad dIlrr
lo tbcm la small qcasUUas. Kielualvs si sacy fur
towaior couallrs Klrea to eipsrUbced canvsmsrt
vbocaa ork up a Ur wbolal asd retail trad,
ss crerr dreaUt, irocsrynuo, asd ctaoral dcaMr
will kscptbs article huu as ll Is known. Krsrr
tsully will need from St lo ill wo rib psr Jtar , A
Dlc boiof samples anl ij mall poalpald va rlpt
o(T3cJnposUs tump. Clrcalars rr. Addrrss
I'oar Sun's Kosplaynsent Apracj, ruou tJ,
o ssnsoms Bt. Sao rrsocueo. '
P. N. P. Co. (.Vow BerleO.
MUKTOOMBUrS TEMrSIUMCK UUTKU T
Sscoad ak. Saa rrandsco. meal ucksu. Ml.
k( for uibu n
W J WfiirLllKUatU,
Sawiao Uicuisi Cinii. Kn
tirvlr bw. bt Iblna la ise mar
!UDtrs(! caulAt-u rrre. Address
Tor Udles or Osnu. A frw spplkailoas produr
txaatiral erU or Irlntt. Don not Inlnrs lbs hair
Dot tiocil will Im muuias Seal sorwbrrs on rs
clplcf prlr, IJ. orCO.V Artdrtas rrencb Ills
pcasarr, an rvtl 8I Mn rrantlKo.
Wo will pay A3' iiuafealary ul SUM ir momh
n1 Ditnt.., c i " (.!' umuiliuo, idwII eur
ad wao'toful iataiu. . w ".'
SatfipU If. AddrtMKasaiiis A tc, Marabsll, allsb.
To srnd la roar sdrcss snd we will
lorwsrd fllKK our new illtuirsted
foods Tb prices will aUnUh7u
ortat su Mt for pualaa. and
ajavoaouara. ah.., niur
Cook 8 4 Co,. tM MtvSUirB tt Chictgo, III
JOIN THE WASKIHGTOM IRRIGATED COLONY.
fl'HK UKbT TltACr IH CALirollKIA KOIl
luiloe sis. Tl'oroJioll'rWsud'by onuillnir.uf.
pllraof wsur A lars npiabe' ' '"'"?,,''"''?
IoLaU-4 1 bouses srettrd. tie. t mora Iban half ll i tract
alreadrsoW Tbreeresrs PI,'1l.oI?0iirl'lf"
llcoiars.rosps painpbreuie . lo lbs Co fH'.
Pioneer Shopping Co.
MM. riu. nituRns roil aix kinus ok
V goods allhalowealS. r ases. aiw eiF "r
addreas wllboul eomwlsslons. ,yViiuiIL;
Ksrgo A o, rxod for elreulars. wAWrjss I lonetr
Sbojplns U , SIS Mission .. yrsnclsco.
THE iilHTOKY Or
TIIK DONXHK PAKTV.
A TBAOEOr OF THE IIERHAg.
fly U r.MtUlatlw.
- . ... sj4 mtrf In flarnrtlsi
T1..tuh S.lnn billCS Jul), Wit.
A. I.AMI1KK, A. M.t rMIICI'Al
. A SSrtMl Trunk, New Vutk tk. Uh snlU
lalhsr hsnllra,vsttlKl raii't h p.llnUiif,
niiaiir insist irsi snu aai imi, namewi win
Stlninlslr Isiisrs I m It, r M IruuM, vslls
il salrhfls. all mItm. al llm rhhrl sli.r B lha
immisi. K II tVilwrlfsOn.il I'rlrw llatsr. UU Msfkrl
HI., opihuIIi With, San mnoltot. (csi lor llc IUI.
ritr Snurlll. r
AHtihin tin iii a lr ill
iilfdirs iii trams, itwn ,ti
fatil alai Mr It to. Out aim
IS til f S mmmm
J lira. Harts. I'ro'p al nr
Tl llowland.Op'r 1.W
THE BEST CLOTH I H G ForMe"Boy&
C. C. HASTINGS & CO.
Mill IIOI'Mi:, NAW I'HANt INCO,
ft wablsibT y lMrslsss) r
, H.iu. iu reasMrua it BHf
JaUauaal io SSsl SMSBHNTt 19 Will
-.--- naifiiillnn Sis SsJUsVS Srf Ms SaSSss '
mwSrsvSJsBTTST sWBSSaTaT swarfBrBfa) fnsv awarvv v
No more IHpbttisrU No mors Ml sir. rtrsuxi
yoursowrrs, brutlna IIIMTtlltn litSINtU rNr,
. Hrnariina, i ur lira ia iitr. .uiirra, 11,
HWlTOK. Arrhltrri unit NnlltlMr; I
Blnrr, til duil.r bl , ban FranclMM
Msanrartnrol br IMrolt Ssfn Companr A r
ptvKvtliin fmm fir and llumlars riranl, llrn
llatand Van Ttm lorta. Han's I'aisnl bmsrr
Thrrla. (l.i.lfla luok Hkln tllotra, it SAVli. It.
I'AIUKAl-tl, As-tiiis, Nsw Uonlaumsrr ktrssl,
i'slarolloisl, Han rraailtou,
. Tbs twl tblnc jrt llm labor of n msii
llsa lirr 1 1 ill r. Ktrijr laini and lull! ibuuld halts
on, brnd f rrnrularaanl prirs lui
II. . lit KIIT, Sltntrrnt Acrnl.
aoniii,hl H.n KiaiKiM.i
Ami rurxoii iu nit mi.i.nTONixi.
roriiKtrv ntll astl lit i. s.tia tl tlvlra ul
MUU fur rsrniint iitirti4 uul1 srihril mil!
rurnUUIuf atl inauhlnrry Atirv4,
ItMatlil IU7 MlMlwnni-iH T
tor Itir I4 ant juiikw. Hnl fur
oar krirmraiurliis tin Mr-, t,jr
iuv Bl, Ol wnirn Tiiu rani trlixt PIOtr
with a cnaraatrti in .11 rWal frra.
IlKIITM.lMi A A1IIY. nciriilian
427 Kearny St., San Francisco.
OK EAT REDUCTION I
HT. t.KOlUil. IIO'L'Jil 1j,
BIO Kearny Stront.B. i".
OrscMtcis tN TIIK m'UIIIKA.1 f l.,!.
rurnlahrd llooma Hum a to M rrals pr nlskl,
arcordlnt lotlt and lixatloo, i lialr.U mrala. a
tlitaaa ur a niu.
and Laktw. lor. IkiarJ
afcxilltlitoditluaa bip ramlli.
corrrapoodlnslf tow TtuioUi narioal, Mtc.srr,
JOHN nOOEKSA SONS,
STOCK AND SALE YARDS,
Corv blarkst and Nlatb Sis. San rraatlsoi.
AT l.tJtVttaiT SAHUKT MAT KM.
John ltuM has bran well known In S. r. i - lbs lul
SS awt ) Urarn; Hi., s)a,H rraturli
81 SS nntf l SO fKH UAV.
arcoruinc to sua anu iiKaiioa.
renla. ItVetaurant lll, tbrta
M'eak asd t ultra, lie , CuIIra an
psr wsk, II Oiajd airoouiiiiu
II. a fATKIlHIK.
tws Vonrwrtl I'aarhM, wild k name of tbr
llutei oa.wiii aiwaja p in waiuas al tea laadlsalo
ron s pauaars im ina llotal fi lr"U tur jus
gal lalo lbs llsbl Co.-b, it ou do not, Ibaf will
Tha lliarrla falrnl roswlnwa
FRUIT DRIER, WATER HEATER,
ana noinn iionrr lurf ar ma rnaape,. and bail
Vflll b mauararturr,! ,i(i litjrl fatm. lv llw II
Tripp i . Copprsintth, AH klaJa don lo urdrr
at N.i. t rremal Mt , ban KranriMi dnd I .
curuiare aa book, nr lo ilu. iiarria. aliajo, or Uo
II i'eck, Lua AM elea. J' ll lloi ;H
II.Mtllla A UltMII.Kr
aina rilataaMM wf
ABwarir.., a new laws o( blurapii, " New jw
Kocjlodla." -Hand 1Km- of Mlicln,,i Tr.i...
nuaion or ur" -rbrairai ut at mn,- "lia
eaavsoC Lire Stock and Uirir Mual kmcl.nl Hamadl,"
and new "LirlODcdla or Ikimcaue fc.eum " IhM,
works Mil readlfr and moa. jr ras txi uia-ls br ant
fast. Hand tor clrcaiar, ot Ikraa and oibar twss, r.
iihiib a ai aui uapoai airaai nan rrantirao.
IU Uarkst St., near lb Uaklwts, baa rras
Ssad stamp fir sample Cabinet I'D uraph (tt
IKOrVVIPK, '"ft1-?!"4 aalra,l
iskass cocks -.-a ".,"-::
;aiidf.x iiosi-:, n-.t 3 P:r.
Fttllnfi, Hhrr'Zlne ta. rip. Mewsr Traps,
Holler , llsth Tuba, tic Mend lur .'! U'l.
LU P Al I CU'SIHiarkci Ntrreil,
ST, lis HS.a.1.11 aan ruacia,
TbsKXT TKIIM of Ibla wall kaoaa In.lltalloo
will pjfnfitenc on
tVrilnradiar. Jutr aoili. laiTU.
Trrma b.a brn rrdocM. and acbuiartiilps fur
Kinw i.mu. r,p ucrn Kcorfl
for Urcalara atln( part -ilara addrraa
l:, , i. 1 1. 1, at.
MlllafMimlnarr 1" l Alamnlalo ,tat
KO..M1UILY Or WIXIDLANI) T((U) CO. t Al.
PACIFIC WATER CURE
Eclectic Health Institute,
NOBTHWKST C0KKES 7th AHD I. BTS,
Uinsr fullr prspsrsd to Ural all forms of dlssaaaoa
m iau ana niwi acienuno principles, tnfalber
wllk (uod rooms snd board, we wllb conndence sab
wr pumic paiioaafe, ror rnriner parllcslara ad
ireaa . , DLaTtiiS, Si. II.. Prwprl.l.r
Tf EAI.TII. TIIIK AND TKlll'KII. Thainn.1 rvnn.
11 lar machliKi In lbs m.rku Liberal tsrlns to
";ni, ur nrairra, nenq lur lilK Hat 10 J. W
KVANH. Toil Biases Kfanclaco '
HS Sin i am atrsst, flan rranelsso.
Sharps Rifle Co,, of Bridgeport, Cono,
roit CAuroimu. oiiiuion, aiiizoha, hk
VADA, WAS1IIIIOTON TKIIIUTOIIV, AHIMUAUO.
sw ,K Csiabratad Wedaalaat, ,lioka&ire
J llraocb-loadlnir WJl'IH.K (tJWbi and
Hr all kinds of I1UNH, IttflKit aud fib
SItv TOtS uiada b Ilia Uadls Manulw
lorersof btflasdand Amailca. AU
MUNITION ofsll kinds In ausnllllrs to Su
Th Cone-oril I'nrrluife Hvpuallorr
lis rainossd to No. II Nsw Uiialxutnare .ir..i
.a ... ...I... ,,...& uu tA ."..' "'. M
v.si,M "4 r'!mMmw
4 Wsw sfsatitMtHrw m, m, ,
I rsinossd to No, 41 Nsw Ututnrr street,
ttul tI, sn rrsnclsc, where a lull
: of ''., t HumIm and Wasuni, lbs
ulna "Poneord i llsrneaa-' and K. si UllAr Sli's
NtH-.1IiMtsuroin'ii Billion Ncnl lo any Aildfcms,
TOILET SOAP EVER MADE.
TIIK HKST sospfor luiKl use Mcr insr ,
utacluti.il IIKHl ticvaiiss II ttiiita lis all llw
rtv'tillnti Irs ( tho iiuiat riliriiaim IsirciKU
or Aiuetlcail oaia Mllliuut Ittvlr ilcfiicU
IIK11' tirratuo It rgmbitio lriiKtli miIIi
ilfllcacy lit audi a way (list Its stlutlK ilr
Ivralvo i.iulltles ilu nut lojuras Ilia sVih
HK8 r bin auao It Is ttm rcaull gf )aars of
stmly sin! iin'tlinrnl In tlio stai tiiaiiuUv
luilnc litialnrsa, a. laird tijf luiHltifn clirml
cal ilp,-tivrla II Wl' tMH'tlao It cuillalns
liitcJIuit titincllcUt to Ilia skin, wliltti
linlturlirmlcallx with tlitfuai Iu audi a HUH
llvr aalo liKtesaolts SHitlsiriU iUltlls.
Krerjr dieiiiWl amlllar wllli soaii uisuufar.
Inter knows that smuoliicrrxlleiils wlildtat
Itl thrttitdhcs t)iiUcUI In Ilia akin fstiliut
lrssii)iitUi, sumontt) iattlallf niulratlil,
wliltu itltors lujuitj tlio nuallty ( ttm susti
llicre are sias Iu ttm uisikvl hIiKIi aro tn
suiiid client bviirtlclsl tu tlio akin, tiUI llipir
am liilrilur articles (or lullsl ut. 11103
I'UATi: SO M' Is tliUNI.V attUlnolt.ioaiu
the public wlildi ruiublnrs all tlio Ik a I do
menu of toliot siisp with iikhJIcsI liiKtrill
cuts bonvltdsl tu Ilia sklu
If your wid) In in, tho hnblt of
iinitiKCoatnotlon ofuny klml,ii(lvlao
hor to kIvo up tho jiortiioloua prno
tioo, aa tho ntoit hitrmlonn inco
.owilorn obstrttot tho tioros of (ho
sklu ami sooner or lutor iujuro tho
ooraploxloti, whllo 1'ItOSriIATK
BOAT runiovort nil Impurities mid
unslsts nitturo In tlovolopltiK u nut
urul, hontthy ami boiuttful skin.
It is an old proverb that tin
ounco ofproventivo is bettor than it
pound ol euro. Twontvilvo contu
fnvoHtod in n oako or 1'ltOai'HATH
HOA1' will nave hundreds ofdollurs
in dootom' bills. It nuts n n eon
stunt dudnroatant, provontitiK Halt
llhoutu und othur skin dUottses,
Not only for dully uso on tho moo
unci JiiwkIh, but for buthlUK tho
ontiro body, thoro in notlilni; eounl
to PHOaVHATU MOAP. It Is n
thorottKh ilUlnrootunt uml removes
oilourtlvo odors of every kind.
Cuonp toilet soaps miinufaotnroil
from raiiuld ivnd refuse uroaso in
jure tho skin and aro mully more
oxponslvo than I HO 81 HATH
SOAP, whleh rotulU for Uo oonUt
Thousands of nrtiales aro palmed
oil' on tho publfo which havo no
Konttluo merit, but PHOHPIIATtJ
bOAP is tho result of modern (lis
oovorios of eolobratod ohomlsts.
HihimIKIa trlrlia iivnlrt finomnllna tmf
uso PHOHPHATt. HOAP Tor tho
toilet bocauso it is fraKrnnt. puro
rtv fitii t July lit, Jhjj
M,ishf4rtf A...JJ c . tisrtumti ru
iti ul in jr Im iKhoiti ifuur m ittimwir'
tiulin with tnw Hi !" i luiinnp; ynur " 'u
i(it riiti" th tMt ror tri. fir t . ut
Ur ll s nulWebl IbU wnll It IMiMf r
liius Iwttlr1llws fimtrt IttsskOl, It slaidssfrt
UHiHIUltni lit Mdlunsl tl t stCMfMricI lbs
health tl U Hat w ettas) UmiU(o til ttf
that ho 4l aIUrjl wMi It
(' M ii,rtai,l. M I),
Ul CJ. atfiKt
Hix I'm sriwii. July Itt. 1JV
AI.km inl . (ArUkAisi I lu tr,I
ur l'lasilisU rJsr." s4 U n tsl.
lalloli In ssf ll'i It Is Ibe U loll s-)sp
lovsru.eJ. My villa li uiaU u u.t su(
lh aalit iiiflnl.m. i hits il4 at ilt at
Olty mits iir raka far an am. is i ciy rr
sicl Infsrlur Iii what iu s.ii f , tg.u.
nv csuta llaim II M M,
H4 llsijctiV sli-sV
If your wifo will pomUl in tho tiso
or uosmotiua buy her n oako of
P1IOHP1IATK HOAP and toll hor
to uso it every uluht before rotlrliiK.
In that way union of tho harm wilt
bo avoided, as the nkln will thereby
bo able to nitulit ttinoJi of Ita natural
vlor nutl beauty.
No salvo or ointment van hoal a
wound or More of auy kind. Hvory
oduoated phynlelan wilt loll you
that uaturo alouo oan do tills,
P1IOUPIIATK HOAP, by IU
oloaurtitiKi soothliiR and purifying
qualities, (jives nature a ohnnoe to
Natural beauty surpassoi any
thtiiK whieh eau bo impartod by
arllllolal moans. P ll Oril'll AT ft
BOAP kvoh health to the skin
simply by reinovliiK impurities nml
erndloatliiK tho poisons which Klvo
rise to sklu diseases,
PUOHPIIATi: BOAP ooits no
mora than other i?ood toilet soaps,
whllo Its mmlloinnl qiialitlos make
it worth ton tttnoi Its print) to
ovory man, woman and ohild.
If you wish to moke your hands
son Tjuy a Oako of PIIOHPIIATK
MOAP, and when that Is Roneyou
will buy n ilosou and roooiumoiiiJ
your frlonds to do tho same,
For alt dlieases of tho rtklti tmo
VHOHPHATU HOAP. Thoro ii
nolhiiiK like It ror roinovniK im.
purities and kivIiir tho sklu a
healthy and natural vl,;or.
IM If is1'l F 'I Ii yfl t pU4Si'rtlaHXHMiki.M H . for n " a ttt
1 lll'OI IIVV 1 li iJJJl ,a4 aeraaa. rf wai ivaa t. m m,j. ia(i. ,.,?.
I'llf PII A'lM.' U( l riisalia.
a nv.Ji x s tx s Ki LTVvis ttt.ra.i renac.
klndiMaMaufaar kiad aHfllllal'll in: allr 11 ,.
Ilea take anal M m.llue rarXftol )n.il ia l . tlawlpa. 4SUbil .ala.
pual(Hld oa fraelpl of )eaalt
aatl (, ... -v... a aKk'af m a lka
M iaaJa a -.i .-a, k . a fee it ip m t
i.H ali.,r I .M l ,'l lt,Ui
4 I .n MSIbf tat-i
STANDARD SOAP CO.t
204 Snornmonto St., 8an Frnnolnao,
Ladioi' Outfit Caiv,
rU.Eit l HUs (.ntlitiiOiy 9
ruxutu 1 Tf i ' ' t wit.
IftClfcsf ".' pt t f-
Mir t i in lUu i f ifttNrf i f
t I'OCkrl 10(. US'! nr 'I fH Ttl 'I ISl U,t
r r trtrT) eftt lb winl pfivi t-tor
In bjrc ntl murI tonjr it x sUsje-(-til
ti rr tpi ul i viii la i !( f
laltM-mf nu tu siirtiU
A 5MCNCC4C .2GtsrrtUtiflrrtfictu
IT WON'T RUrs.
., . . IT WON'T QUM,
JVorHuIn by ull jriiiitii'H.
W HOLT. lb 711 Mnsisuinrry iirrei, (sn ritt
n -i. nsw, , ., ,m ,
" 'TlaTlr, IliHllil ,a a I mi ii liiii m
UNIVERSITY MOUND COLLEGE,
Boardlof schul tr Yobsj Mso sr4 Biyi.
. ra ler .i 4ii',ri r .u jh a'r i
joii iitnui.n, it, a., i'iimcIi-i.
TRALL HYGIENIC SANITARIUM,
No, H Ellis Ht., Ban l'rnnolaco,
ri'lirilH fKW.lTl(ll , HJKSU HOT All! AMI
sLairfi j,:,,ttj,W' '"t,"c"" "
HealUfcl Board and flt.i.iit Edddf mi
ll,t,MIIIIK. n. It, lUie aia.lals of Ilr
Tlall,, le,lilri. I'l.l.ln.u ami Manager
'.?' ""' l 118, H. It, lAillta I tirilclan
and lluuaa Hu(crlaleiidenl, nimss
BKE TUALIa IIKALTII J0UUNA.1.,
Ana DKiaisryuOiiai Wbolsssls asd Uslsll.
iruuuie iiancil iiarneea, lit Iii i
rr art. Wile lU,ar in.,
sJlollvi ,,, nil. rlttls i lia;
llarnoM, U W la lis tJ, ui AV.
ladillea. as I S',1 rai, i u"
M.1i h ! r"f.!!l!
i 1 IU
a i IVTItwT'sJih & aaLLat iwf r . Jfll Vn mm 1 Hd
fomla lluck laahea IU
LI YER PANACEA
C srra Ki.rr aau. i
MVKK IO)1lM.il.r, uHVf.vrtx,
STOMACH AND BOWELS,
AU all liliaawt ao,n fruni
""'" miAiiAiin:, ini,iotrMMi:i"i
IIIIAIUIll n,v, ,rr(.
1st IMtroly Vnuutublit.
...iiilSfi'.""."; ?."-.. ' ."'L'f'r dllteisnt hM
lf IifUlttrV risa l.e.l St.- a t.-a.L .s...I S-. nll
ii,..i..i.i .ii. Ti ":r' rr "rw , ""-
iii v ltf.aa-.fsa ii. : . : ':.7 '" ."":-? ?." . .r'V.i
Nisitiiif t'fifai Miiti ftlllllulBirv !-
t ai ll,.,, st..- . . .a. . . - ..ill
flui i HIihUui. 4.)i'i llliierdos , CuliareliY
- huwii aeHiuina tui auir.a uaiiiiiiji i.i. a. a .
liMrsl ttvsuuii ..- -.,s :-"."- mm ui "hwm hniii ii rnn m wtiiiilvla rur IIIOM,,
Tl flsnM JBr n' a Ml" ' Urns Hl.r..
AJV. Opmney CZ Co., Lnrgo 8lzo, Prloo 76 Cents.
...! 'srsr ...n K,.ntlrfl Tl..,. ... .... I p&uuiPXSi ".'. MSL-Jf ! I"1.' ""' M
.....i i. wm luirir lutiiir tests ol sss luu.ri. i ...',
Saneral pio.lralloii an. a' yr..ki,?.T.,.V.,,!f',' '''l
Uirjliilsia & n
. -vi-i-h in etrrjiiitf, in rrAiria r
I'ul uii Iu lutens.a. l-rlr-'iia ii..V., YZl
CIIANNINO WHITIJ, Prop'r.
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