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THE RUSSIAN CHURCH.
Ih PrevalllnT Religion of Rnssla Sine
the Time of Peter the Great.
The great majority of the inhabitant
nf Russia belong to the Russian
llum-h. which is a branch of anil is
identical with the Greek Church.
Christian ity was introduceil into Rusft
in the ninth century. . In ihe jreat
schism between thn Eastern and West
ern churches the Christians of Russia
were divided in sentiment, but later
they o-enerally gave in their adherence
to the Greek party. In l."89 the Rs
sian Church was made a patriarchate,
subordinate, however, to the patriarch
nf Constantinople. This subordination
was acquiesced in for about a
century, and was then repudiated
by the Patriarch Nikon, who
claimed autiiority to alter the
ritual of the church, and even to dis
regard civil power. One of the first
reforms therefore, of Peter the Great,
was th. suppression of the patriachate
and the direct subordination of the
Church to the civil authority. He acted
ver- cautiously in the matter, appoint
ing, on the -death' of the patriarch
Adrian in 1700. an acting director of
ecclesiastical affairs with the title of
K.tsuvh, to" set until a new patriarch
could be. chosen, and when, after an
interval of twenty years, the public
mind had partially forgotten the patri
archate, lh ortice was formally abol
ished, and the administration cf church
affairs placed under thsj direction of a
council of Bishops and Archbishops
appointed bv the Emperor. Un
der the direction of this council a com
plete revision of the doctrine, disci
pline and government of the church
took place, and the chauges being ap
proved by the Czar, the new code was
adopted by the Russian Church. In
doctrine the church does not differ ma
terially from the main IkkIv of the
Greek. The liturgy used is the same
as that of the chsreb at Constantino
ple, but it Is not read jti Greek, but in
the Slavonic tong-ie. One of the prin
cipal objects of t hit iirperial policy to
ward the church, inaugurated by Peter
tbe Great, has been a general uniform
ity of religious opinion throughout the
empire. Dissent, in all its forms has
not, only been discouraged, but in
many cases rigorously repressed, and
ii ha onlv been durin late vears that
general toleration na- uwu peiunutm.
The Roman Catholic Church, forming
the largest body of dissentients ha
been the object of especial severity,
particularly under tiie Czar Nicholas.
The next largest body of dissenters
is generally called the Raskolniks,
but they style themselves OKI Believ
ers. They withdrew from the church
at the time that changes were intro
duced into its ritual by the Patriach
Nikon, and they have never Agreed to
acknowledge the Czar as head of the
church. They have often been severe
ly persecuted by the government. The
established church is still granted some
especial privileges. None of its mem
bers are allowed to secede to another
denomination, and all children of
mixed marriages are declared to be
under its control. In other respects,
under the laws of Alexander II., all
Catholics and Pi-otestants enjoy equal
civil rights with members of the estab
lished church, and ara equally admis
sible to the. highest offices of the em
pire, while even unconverted Tartars
are allowed to hold military offices.
REALISM IN FICTiON.
The Art of Interesting I'eople in the Com
mon Things of Kvery-Day l.ir-.
it requires a great deal more imagi
nation to write a realistic novel than
Ui write a fairy-tale: because the ob
ject of a realistic story is not to repeat
common things, but to interest people
iu, common things; not to create un
common things, but to show people
that common things are not by any
means so uninteresting as they seem
at first sight. The realistic writer must
see, not new things, but r.ew qualities
iii things; and to do that, he must
have plenty of imagination. Those
whom you call "old-fashioned writers"
imagined that they must describe the
thoughts and looks and clothes and ac
tions of a Princess, or some creature
out of the range of Very-day life: but
the realistic writers have discovered
that the thoughts and clothes and looks
and actions of a little beggar-girl can
lie made just as interesting to people,
if only you can see what is unseen
alxiiit them with your mind's eye.
Now, which would you say had really
the nobler imagination a man who
went into his library and wrote a re
markable poem alxmt the golden ap
ples of the Ilesjiftrides, that were pure
creations of his fancy, or Sir Isaac
Newton when he went and sat down
under a common appletree, and set his
imagination to work to find out
what made the apple fall to the ground?
The realistic writer is satisfied with the
very-day apple tree that is quite cer
tain; but' here is your mistake about
him, he isn't satisfied with telling you
that the apples fell; he shows yon how
they fell, and what a great, beautiful,
wonderful law of the universe caused
them to fall ; and he makes you feel
that the law was all the more lieautiful
and wonderful for not applying merely
to one particular apple, or even to the
whole class of apple trees, but to every
A little while ago you spoke of one of
Mr. Howells heroines who tried to do
something and couldn't. I suppose yon
mean the poor rich girl who lrt all her
money, and found that all her tine edu
cation did not help her a bit when it
came to earning her living. Now if Mr.
Howells had merely meant by that to
show girls how absurd it was for them
lo try to do any thing, it would have
leen a very cruel story; but I think he
merely meant to show the parents what
scrappy sort of education they were giv
ing t heir daughters, with all the money
they were spending for it- "
The red color of bricks is due to
the iron contained in the clay. In the
prosess of burning the iron compounds
are changed from the ferrous to the
ferric condition, and rendered anhy
drous, thus developing the color. Cer
tain clays like those in the vicinity of
Milwaukee, for instance, contain little
or no iron, aud the bricks made from
rtiem are light or cream-colored- Boa
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
Ribbon Garnitures. trlh Poplin and Lata
Promenade CiKtuiuf (nominations.
In the matter of ribbon garnitures,;
-they were never worn in greater pro- j
fusion. Many of these, and naturally
the most expensive, are hand-embroid- ,
ered or painted in Paris bv deft and j
snueu linger, u.er pattern rn.uo is
-m sii , e . I 1
,uc ui in.utcu. aou.e . ... ,
designs in the latter being very ecce.i- j
trie and some exactly matching the
figures on satins foulards fancy India
muslins and Oriental silk tissues j
Plain and reversible pivot and fancy Ot-:
toman ribbons in two colors, with lace
finished edge, are lavishly used on tea
dresses trimming the entire fronts of
matinees in "thatch-work," with gar
niture for bodice and sleeves to cor
respond. Loops of ribbon are em
ployed . to edge the new Hungarian
bodices of plain velvet, and row upon
row of narrow loops aro frequently
laid across the edge of satin kiltings
as a finish. Similar loops are then
set d'vn the front of the corsage,
mingling with the lace garniture, the
cascades of ribbon and lace decreasing
in width as they reach the belt. This
gives an effective finish to a gown,
however simple its character, and is
generally becoming. Velvet, satin or
moire ribbon, with picot edges, aro
also laid in flat rows over the plain
outlines and border! ngs of gowns made
of light-weight summer wools in alba
tross vailing, camel's hair and the
Although the price of a genuine
Irish poplin may seem very high at
the time of its purclrase, it - must be
remembered that in point of wear, it
outlasts two silk gowns, and as this
material, when made up. requires lit
tle if any trimming, it is on that ac
count undoubtedly economical. The
garnitures requireJl for many fabrics
are often more expensive than the ma
terials itself. Poplin of 4he modern
weave is so soft, flexible, and rich look
ing, falling in such grateful folds in its
drawing, that it needs no extraneous
additions. Its charm lies in itself, and
when unadorned it is adorned the
most. Many women prefer the very
finely-ribled qualities, thinking that
they wear bctler lhan th heavier
cords. For dinner gowns or wedding
loi.eissome oi me paie nau-ums are ,
exquisite, the sheen on their surface i
being very beautiful by artificial light. ,
"Aberdeen"' is a new delicate bine, the
iH'rfection of wear for a blonde. There ;
are also lovclv colors in nuns'' gray
heliotrope, pale terra -tta, ecru.
rream and tea rose, all alike delightful
to the eye, but not alike as regards
their general becomingness. It might
be suggested that the buyer should
place, the color she would prefer be
neath her chin, as children do the but
tercups to not the effect upon her
Combinations still predominate
largely for promenade costumes and
the following is a specimen gown which
furnishes the theme for numerous vari
ations. A skirt of heliotrope cloth not
hemmed at the lower edges but turnel
to form a sort of mil a trifle loose, be-
neath which, and extending beyond ij.
for about two inches, is a narrow pleat
ing of the cloth. Kilts above this on
each sidr of the skirt graduate to a deep
Vandyke, at the extreme point of which
nre fastened earless easy bows of lilac
and heliotrope icnt velvet riblon. The
overdress of a soft sheer wool, in blocks
f several violet shades, on a ground
of pale dove gray, is simply raised in
washerwoman style on lh- sides,
uncovering the front of the skirt, bti"'
hanging to almost an equal length
with the skirt in the back. Th. jacket
corsage i of the same fabric as the
violet cloth on an" appliqued fabric of
n,- , ....wi.tt Thu .iiW.n.,,1 -
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effect. Nothing much .inm'ler th-tn
this toilet could lie devised, and cer- - f tnrit appetites, but the
tainly nothing more essentially j tntm even those that call them
Parisian anA .a-teful to its minutest d- f,ves hnmable-those in the Gra
tails. Almost anv modiste can eanoct ! ben' f,.,r instance retain their native
a complicated toilet, but few-, and those I bai harems. As regards quality of
only the most skillful, are capable -jf
eompleting a go r that should b -,t
once simple, elegai.t and irreproa;!.-
ab. V. V. ro
Of late one may read of wonderful
operations upon the eyes in the way of
transplanting tissues of the eye of the
rabbit to tvpl.iee parts of imperfect
eyes in man. The transplantation of
the mucus membrane of the eye and
even of the cornea has been success
fully accomplished in a few instances.
The attempt has even lecn made to re
implant t!u- whole eyeball of a rabbit
in the vacant orbit of, a man. Of live
experiments of this kind only one is
reported as siu-cessful, and even that is
doubtful. - HmUh Monthly.
Reunno Caulker, a full-blood, d,
jet-black African Prince, sailed recent
ly froni New York for the went eoa-t of
Africa, to there resume sway over such
of his subjects as have not leen carried
away into slavery by rival tribes and
Portuguese traders With him went a
young lady who liecame smitten with j plow-pulling or cart-hauling in Bo
Canlker's princely charms while he hemiau valleys, on Hungarian plains,
was attending the Dayton (O.) college, j oron the hillsides of romantic Styria,
The girl's name was Ella Shaffer, and j is long since past. These various
w hen the Prince threw his throne and j meats are served up in accordance
heart at her feet she grasped at the i with the express stipulations of a bill of
chance to Wome a Princess in her fare couched in a tongue which the
own right instanter. So they were j whole civilized world i mg ago decid.nl
married. Cleveland Leader. j had not the most distant relation to the
Of the present destroyers of the j mysteries of the cuisine, to-wit: the
Indians, according to Dr. Washington ; German. You usually pay dear for
Matthews, the chief is consumption. ; beef and other meats. Your goose is
Census returns show that while the's;rvM, t reasonable prices.- It is
death-i-nte among Europeans is 17.74 ! mathematically divided, or is suposcd
per thousand, and that among Africans i to ' n,, halves, quarters, eighths, or
is 17.L'S, the rate among the Indians is : poruon. v onsmenng uie unctious
no less than 23.6; and that while among j f t,lc viands most people content
the whites 166 deaths in the thousand i themselves with a portion liberally
are from consumption, and among the
negroes 186, there aro 286 among the
Indians. The influence of civilization
has greatly increased the consumption
rate among the Indians, the cftect
seeming to be partly due to change of
diet, and partly to causes not yet un
derstood. isevprj"itoa until to-morrowwhat
you can do to-day" is a good enough
maxim, but it don't work on this island
in Ue winter. We have to postpone
most everj' thing down here these days
to keep the time filled up. Martha'
In India there aro four female mis
sionaries , to every one million of
According to recent estimates
nearly fifty thousand suicides occur in
Europe every year.
A London dealer who has been
towu years in the trade sells over
f(m. tos f neat a ,,a f(U. cat
-The population "of Germany has
incresiscd 5.50 ), 000 since 1871. There
are now 4($.8.,9t52 persons in the em
pire. The British Museum has some fifty
thousand school reports nearly a com
plete set of all that are valuable in the
last twenty-five years.
After repairs an.l alterations, St.
Bride's In Fleet s'reet, London, a
church built by Sir Christopher Wren,
has been re-opened. Cincinnati Times.
The Strasburg library, which was
destroyed during tho Franco-Prussian
war, now contains 6V),tKX volumes, a
large part of which have been given to
The tombs of l.-x Fontaine and
Moliere, in Pere IiChaise, are crumb
ling rapidly to ruin, and scarcely a let
ter of Xh inscriptions is now visible.
X. O. Time Democrat.
In China a son is responsible for
the debts of his father, and this re
sponsibility continues to the third gen
eration. Tnis enables a ma' to liorrow
money on the strength of having a son.
May the angels shower blcssingt
upon yon forever and ever." Is tin
way a Japanese salutes a fellow-countryman
on every occasion, whether he
designs to shake hands or punch his
head. Detroit FrtA Pre.
Colonel Piano was the name of the
Italian commander recently capture !
in Abyssinia. Tae Abyssinians seem
to have played Pia:io for a fla. Let ns
see whether ha will have charms suffi
cient to soothe the savage breat.
la thirty-five year Great Britain
has lost by emigration 7,(1)1,01) of her
people, yet her population has steadily
increased, and during the last ten
vears, has grown front 32.8V), OiK) to
As I v. D.. M icGtvgnr was walk
ing along Prince street. Edinburgh, a
passer-bv audiblv remarked. "Here
lm .iltl.tnr !iv.me.litelr re,
ly replie.l. "The
,amc m , ,,, ;llue .;,,,.., r.'
j fTnitcd I'Tesbit'.rian.
The longest tunnel in the world,
commenced in 1782 and finished in 178.
drains the Schemnitx mines in Ilnn-
grv. It is JO.j7 miles ia length, or
about a mile longer than St. G.ithard.
! with a height oi 9 feet 10 inches, and a
breadth of 5 feet 3 inches.
! A turns -heau uiiiner uarty was a
unique entertainment in Paris. Each
guest had a coiffure representing the
head of a bird, an owl, a dove, ami
j other birds The mot elegant was that
of a peacock, with crest, represented
! by an aigrette in diamonds emeralds,
! and sapphires.
iteavv machinery ts run iv ar-
. ? it . r
;' - ' many 1' i
r ranee, anu me experience oi ine
. . . . .
French shows that the deepr the well
the greater the pressure and the higher
'the temperature. At Gren?lle a well
sunk to the depth of 1.8)2 feet, and
i Rowing daily AOJ.O )1 gallons h ts a
' pressure of 60 invalids to the square
I inch, and the water from this well is so
hot that it is used for heating the
. hospitals in the vicinity. A. I. rot.
! Vlmnda That Fnll t Satisfy the Reqalr.
meat or an Aanlni Stomach.
The Austrians have never surrendered
i emsolv exclusively to the French
!""' - t hardly true that they
i have gone half way to meet it. The.
i UrPe ho,e,s ie,, in measure to the
cooking there is little difference be-
,wepu thoe ,f different grades. Ai
either vou are sure to have bouillon tnit
!u" that is, with an egg and bouillon
ohne ei, nudel soup, goose soup and a
few other liquid introductions to the
dinner included by the French under
the general unnie of fxtaye. Goose
you may depend uK)n in a variety of
forms, for the goose is a bird of the
Danube, lending itdf easily to the
wiles of the siortsiuaii, and judging by
the frequency of its apjiearance on bill
of fare, flying low and at. all seasous.
l!t goose is by no means the most
deadly resource of the Vienna cuisine.
It is not invariably an objectionable
article of diet if you give due consid
eration to its mictions quality end are
able to regard your couch through a
long pei-sjHHtive. There is veal, as
there is v-l everywhere iu Europe, and
usually of that uncertain age which Is
neither calf, cow nor ox. There is
mutton occasionally, clricken now and
then, aud beef, scarce and dear, com-
jing from attenuated animals whose day
I of usefulness, either as niilk-irivin.
I bathed in the process of mastication and
digestion with one of the white wines
of the country. Ham and eggs, the
ham of the country being excellent, can
tie had served iu a fashion that, with a
slight effort of the imagination, one is
able to think American. Tietma Cor.
The widow of "Coiouel "Tom"
Scott, the railroad magnate, now lives
in regal state in Philadelphia. She was
once a poor Pittsburgh girl, and earned
her own living by painting photograph
The acctiniulatloii of a mold reserve In
the United Statcn treasury still Koe on.
TbenetRold exclusive of theft O.LQO.OUU
which are hent as m minimum reserve to
secure the $:)ltl,' W.u) of greenbacks, is
how about $77,500,000 as against $15,000,.
0U0 in 1PX3.
THB BEOIWHIWO OF THE EHO
The bcKinuln& of A incase Is a slight debility
or dUorUcr of some of the vital organs, the
stomach, the liver or the bowels usually. There
are dyspeptic symptoms, the liver U trouble
some, (be skin trows tawny and unhealthy
looking, there are pains la the rlfHit side or
through the right Bhottldcr blade. Th climax
li often an utter prostration of the physical en
ergles. perhaps a faUl taue. Hut if the diffi
culty is met m time with Hosteller's ttomai h
letters, which Is slwsys cltucttve as a remedy,
and it should be murld to at an early stage,
there will be no reason to nitrehend those in
jurious subsequent cllVi ts upon the system
oiten entaiiea iy rntirriy ouwi aiHeagra. rar
better is it. a Ira, to employ this safe remedial
agent in fever and ague, and other malarial
omplaints. than quinine and other potent
drags, whirh. even when they do prove ett'eet-
uii tors time, nun me ttouiaco ana impair tne
The Boston municipality spent 8ta,000
In entertaining the Queen of the Saudwich
Islands during her recent visit.
A PITIFUL BIGHT.
What sadder siirht ran be imagined than
that of a noble man, whom the world an
ill-afford to spare, stricken down in the
prime of a useful life by consumption.
Thousands are yearly filling consump
tives' craves who miizlit be saved by the
timely use of Dr. Pierce's "tiolden Medi
cal Discovery," which Iu positive cure for
consumption in its early stages, it is me
best alterative and pectoral in the world.
A Chinaman is to be admitted ta the
bar in Connecticut.
KTJHTIEHID BT PEfJCDICH.
Thousands f men die every day who
might be saved. Prejudice has murdered
many a tran and woman. If It -were be
lieved that the sum of diseae could be re
duced by physic much would be gained.
The nightmare of death would not frighten
us as it does. In our modern civHf ration
we ought reasonably to expect disea e to
settle upon us because we do aq much to
attract it; because we so often and so
su-adily expose ourselves to it. At the
same time we all ought to understand, as
p rt of our rudiatucntary education, that
to save ourselves from the effects of such
exposure seme kind ot fortification should
be built around our vital forces lest the
enemy carry us as it were, by a sudden
onsUuctit. For many years the unpreju
diced have used Hkanhretu s Pn.l.s In
this way and they have proved a most ef
fective wall against the approach of dis
ease Slop the daily murders we bad al-
noHt said suicides -by using these Pills.
They speak for themselves as they act.
When everything else has failed Hrasd
rkth s Pna.ft have saved lives. Tbey are
to be had at every drug store.
Iont far-set that you can a! wars
purchase tvpc, presses and material from
Palmer At Itey, Portland, lower than from
any other hovi.-e.
For Costs iav. Thrent.
Asthma, t'nlarrh, and o'.hrr Dis
eases of the Bronchial Tubes, no more use
ful arti. le can be found thaa 4 Hroten't
Bronchial 7ro Acs."
Painter ICey are the only lire, and
energetic type founders upon this coast.
You ran obtain anything required iu your
ottlce from them at lowest rates.
John Strickland and his wife were shot
dead by Sam II tyes near Fulton. Tenu..
Man'a inhumanity to woman makes
countless thouf ands mourn, won d lieni
applicable rendering of Pope's line in
view of the indignities she has auflVred
and pains undergone at the hands of un
skillful physiriaiK and quacks. Natur
a ly modest she suffers on until forced to
consult a physician regarding some fema e
difficulty which she well knows is sap
ping her strength. All this em harassment
can be avoided and a cure effected by pur
chasing Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prtsciip
tion" of jonr druggist, and taking as di
rected. Price reduced to one dollar.
A little girt in New York died as the re
sult of excessive rope-jumping.
lrtfiter- I it It. Publishers who are
not buying through Palmer & Key are los
ing money. We sell Job, Book aud News
Inks at manufacturers' prices.
The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure
for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 2Tc.
Prices ltedaced upon lead, slugs,
cases, stands and printers' Gtieclaltiea, by
Palmer Be Rev.
Trt Germka for breakfast.
SKIN 8c SCALP
OR CLKANMXO. PURIFY I NO AND
beautifying the (kin af cbilaren and infants
and coring torturing, distiituriug. itching, sealy
and pimply diseases ot the skin, sealp and
blood, with loss or hair, from infancy to old age,
tbe t'o K'l RA Kkmkiuks are infallible.
Cuticvba. the great eiais Ccrk, and Cuti
Cl'RA OAP, an exquisite Hkin Brantifier, pre
pared from it, externally, and C'VTKI HA ltK
aoLVRHT. the .new Hlood lMritier. Internally,
invariably succeed when all other remedies
and the best physicians fall.
Cuticvba Kfm koi ks are absolutely pure and
the only infallible skin beautiflers and blood
purifiers, free from poisonous ingredients.
Bold everywhere. Priee.fiUTicvBA.50c.; 8oaf,
15c: Resolvent, tl. Prepared by the Potter
LIrco and Chemical Co., Boeroa. Masm.
Wf8end forJHow to Cure Skin Uiseasea."
n I tj TiQSkin and 8ealp preserved ami bcauti
nflDl U tied by Ct'TieiRA M kpicatkd So ah
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
Wholesale and RtftaU Dealrra la
Guns and Sporting Goods,
I'lM Fishing Tackle.
Agents for tha
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Firs Graekers nnC
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tJTHruA f,v Catalofur
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Cares all Diseases originating' from a
disordered state of the BLOOD or
EI VEIL Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
Tumors, Salt Bheum aud Mercurial
Pains readily yield to its purifying
properties. It leaves the Blcod pure,
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the
Complexion bright and clear.
J. R. CATES A CO- Proprietors
417 Sansome St., San Franclaoo.
J aw M
V4 m sc m -M iif
V 7? T ' T X w
Five thousand Chinese left Hong Kong
during March a id April for America.
Confidential advice, to either
sex. on dell ate diseases. Book lu cents
in stamps. Address, World's Dispensary
Medical Association. 688 Main St., Buffalo,
The next- Episcopal Church Congress
will meet in Ixu'svil!e, October, 18th.
The only atock of type, presses and
grlnting material will be found at Palmer
; Uey's Portland house.
Wfcen Baby was dek ws gave her Castorla,
W en she was a Child, the cried for Castorla,
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorla,
Wbes the had Children, she gars LhenrCaatoria.
READ THIS CAREFULLY.
Rvrrr man and wouian vonac or old, on UJi Coait,
that Is aniict4l a-lth any Uiatm. n matter what, that
tlH-ir family brslcian dues Dot uotlefatarid, or cannot
cure, nbonld write a full d-acripttfn "t their UtmMe to
Ir. rorden, or (rt on tbe train and rixlt htuv Hr la pro
rlde.1 with vT7 liMtrutnnit of aunroiy, and tha liat
Mtlcima to ba h firr money, cotiaaltatioua frr.
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No auratvy Work nrty day. Cures guaranteed.
Ad.lmw fra. FOKUKN S l.l Tll KR, oOlcra S, and U.
ilm National Bank. Portland. Oreson.
Bladder, Urinary and Lirer IHataacs, prepay,
Gravel, and Diabetes, ars cured by
IDE BEST KIDJiET
axd iavr.R MF.rilC INK.
eurcs Brifht's Diaeaas, Retention or Koa-Kcten-tiuo
of Vrlnc, Pains In the Back, Loins, or Bide.
cures Intemperance, Nervous IHseaaas, General
liability. Female Weakness, and Excesses.
eurea Biliousness, Headache, Jaundice, Sour
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Pile.
ACTS AT ONCE on. the Kidneys, liver,
and Bowels, restoring them to a healthy
action, sad CURES when all other medicines
fall. Hundreds hare been Bared a be bars been
fircn up to die by friends and phy sldana.
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Tho folliwloir words, in pratee of Dr. Pierce's Fatowts Prkstriptios as a reraerlT for those delicate diseases and 'weak
new peculiar to wonirn, must be) ot interest to ererr sufTerer from such maladies. Tbey are fair samptes ot tiie spontaueoua
expresaions with whi h thousands give utterance to thi-ir sense of gratitude fur the inestimable boon of btaltn whitU b3 U--u
rectorea to tnera ty lue useoi uua wurtu
Jobw K PeStiAB, of iMlrnhtck, Fit, writes:
My wife had been suffering f or two or thrr
years with feranle wenkuesa, and had pflid
out one hundred dollars to physicians with
out relief. 8be took Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription and it did ber more good tlian
all the MH-dloiiio aiven to her by tiie rhi-
tlans durlnif tbe three y ars tliey had been
Mrs. Ofohob Heroer, of ItVsf v.'d, JV. 1
writes: " 1 wus a great sufferer from leucor
rhea, bearing-down pains, and pain contin
ually across tny back. Three bottles of your
Favorite Prescription restored me to per
fect health. 1 treated with JDr. , for
nine months, without receiving any benefit.
The Favorite Prescript ion is the jretitcs
poor iiffcrlng women,"
TREATING THE TJROHG DISEASE.
Many times women call on their family physicians, suffering, ss thry imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from heart disease,
another from liver or kidney dis-ase, euother from nervous exhaustion or prostration, another with pain here or there, and tit
this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy-going and indifferent, or over-busy doctor, separate and distinct disc,
for which bo prescribes his pills and potions, assuming tliem to be such. when, in reality, tbey are all only sympftm caused by sodw
womb disorder. The physician, tiniorant of the cause of suffering, encourages his practice until hu?re bills are made. The sufferiuat
patient gets no bettor, but prolwbly worse by reason of the delay, wrong treatment and consequent cntnplittitioiM. A proper sixlu,
like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Irrcript Ion, drrTfcl tn tns raurr- would have entirely removed tbe disott.se, thereby dupeiUAu ail tooeo
distressing; symptoms, aud instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery.
Mrs. K. F. Moroak,
Kant fliMfon. Aium-.
was a dreadful sufferer 'from uterine troubles.
liiivlQg; exhsusted the skill of three phy
sicians, I was oorapletely discouraged, and so
weak f eon lil with dilHcultv cross the room
sJone. T "began talcing Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioo and
using the local treatment recommended in his 'Common Sense
Medical Adviser.' I commenced to Improve at once. In three
months I was perfectly cured, and have bad no trouble since. I
wrote a letter to my familv paper, briefly mentioning bow my
hoalth had been restored, and offering to send the full particulars
to any one writing me for them, and encinting a sMmued-en-rcJojw
.w reply. T have received over four hundred letters.
In reply, I have described my case and the treatment used,
aud have earnestly advised them to 'do likewise. From a great
many I have received second letters of thanks, stating that they
had commenced the use of Fnvorlte Prescription,' had sent tbe
$1.50 required for the 'Medical Adviser,' and had applied the
local treatment so fully and plainly (aid down therein, and were
mutih better alnoftdv."
THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST
The treatment of many-thousands of cases
Of those chronic weaknesses and distressing
ailments peculiar to females, at the Invalids
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. V-,
has afforded a vast experience in nicely
adapting and thoroughly testing remedies
for the euro of woman's peculiar maladies.
Dr. Pierce Favorite Prescription
is tbe outnTowth, or result, of this great
and valuable experience. Thousands of
testimonials, received from patients and
from physicians who have tested it in tho
more aggravated and obstinate cases which
had ballind their skilL prove it to be tho
most wonderful remedy ever devised for
the relief and cure of Buffering women. It
is not recommended as a "cure-all." but
as a most perfect Specific for woman's
peculiar ailments. .
Aa at powerful, invigorating; tonic,
it imparts strength to the whole system,
and to tho uterus, or womb and its ap
pendages, in particular. For overworked,
'"-worn-out," "run-down." debilitated teach
ers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses,
"shop-girls." housekeepers, nursing moth
ers, and feeble women generally, Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, is the great
est earthly boon, being unequalled as an
appetising cordial and restorative tonlo. It
uraoioua auresuoa anu lawniuauoQ ot looo.
T.-fc peirdfr cars? wit. A .--jarral d rr!ir
ihteir-h aad vho'.esomeaaea Mow eeonoiciral tfrjj
tee ordicary kinds, and eaaasi be said to eocipe4
tins ariUt Wis mult. axis of low test, shcrt srsfett
i-ua cr? phosphate pewiara St eruy ta eus
Sirai. Baua fowass Ca. V$ Vai. street. H. T.
Pleasant to Taste
Prompt in Action,
It soon brings into healthy play
The Tohpiu I.iver day by day.
And KfcOl late the g8TKM throns-h,
Krom crown of head to sole of shoe.
It cores the piles, it opens pores,
lxiet appetite it soon restores.
Wise families thron-rhoiit the land
Keep TAfiHAfll S EX1Z& neavat band.
CThs OLDEST MtCICXHE ia ths WOKLDTfc
Is Probably Sr. Isaac Thompson's IJ
ELEBRATED EYE WATEU
This artirie-i a ear-fu!li prefiared pferdelan's pre-
scrlMioQ, and ha beea In emutaut use for nearly s
(wnini. mnd mtwlttaau odins tba usnv other Dresara-
tiona that hare beaa tntrodooed into tbe aoaiket, tne
ale of this article at eola2itif lm n aaiin" If the di
r eclona are followed it wUl orrer taiL We rartlca
larly Invite thr aatenth of phriiclaBs to h asenia.
Joaa IV Tbosapsoa. Sans 4V Co.. TituY, M. V.
Mnna-nVt I C'area all II a
IIIUUIC of the fcalp d pre.
j esi t Hair falling out :
Uoir I NO -Boies' TOILET IS
llrill roMPLKTK wmiot'T IT.
as ft tnres Itandraff
1 'haeel Haad; is
nc-rfrtly i-fcarmale-flia and kis eqwal
as a dreseer for the Hair; is tine for the face
tHtmplf Battlea Free.
SNELL, HEITSHU& WOODARD.
i POntLASD, - OREGOS.
tPToc Pale by all Druggists.
iafgjcag j , an in , ig
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inents lo agents. -
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5TFINWAY krasich bach.
Oltinitni, Uabler. Koenish Pianos: Kur
det Organs, band icstrnmeata. Largest stock
of Sheet Musie and Books. Bands supplied a)
Eastera prices. M. GKAT,
208 Post street Pan Francisco.
- iaiucu nieuuuie,
Threw Af at
practicing upon ber."
aside, and feel as well
earthly boon to us
of JVb. f I Lexfnofon St
suvs: "Five vears ago 1
cures nausea, weakness of stomach, indi
gestion, bloating and eructations of gas.
Aa a soothing and strciifftheiiins;
nervine, Favorite Prescription " is un
equalled and is invalunble in allaying and
subduing nervous excitability, irritability,
exhaustion, prostration, hysteria, spnsius
and other distressing, nervous symptoms
commonly attendant upon functiuiiui and
organio disease of tbe womb, Jt induces
refreshing sleep and renevus mental anx
iety and despondency. .
r. Pierce Favorite Prescription
ts at legitimate medicine, carefully
compounded by an experienced and skillful
physician, and adaptea to woman's delicate
organization. It is purely vegetable in its
composition and perfectly harmless in its
effects in any condition of the system.
"Favorite Prescription' ia a posi
tive core for the most complicated and
obstinate cases of leucorrhea, or whites,"
excessive Bowing at monthly periods, pain
ful menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolansna or falling of the tomb, weak
back, "female weakness," anteverskin, re
troversion, bearing-down sensations, chron
ic congestion, inflammation and ulceration
of the womb, inflammation, pain and ten
derness in ovaries, aooompanted with. In-
WORUKS DISPETfSAJtT TtESICAt. ASSOCIATION, No.
Icryl,lr wilt i nxse are wllin now rrnrn 6 eenf a
to 61-cw f cr 1'W uurt Ha. ..tin at c tiparard;
ehoiee lh. hoxe. 1.00, 61 ss 6u-rA. Beantilul
evaTrated Peara, new and white, ie&; plenty f
dark ixsin at l'ura Maple fiira?.'4": other
praden low aSie; fair ajro;, Son. t6iR., ss to kind
and quantity. We have tliat elKiioe brand of O-rtJ
Weight Tea.' iu 5, 10 and ' lb. buxen, ttiat a i l teat
fie woHd (fnll vtiht ion know) at 50c and 4.'.
Th-n -e have cheaper Tea at 2 re. npthat we sill sell
carload of. l ine ira ,rtc4 Pmnes in 13, S3 and 6.1
lb. brete, at t a:id 3.'. lb. 14 kirn's cf aosorted
McaU (1 of each kind) Sitrt. A sni.ill Jlackerelst
$S.Ut per half barrel to retail at S cents and doubt j
your money; lar;re fat ilackorel,1.75and tSUiOpTi
kit, or '.0.00 per I bbL Send to Smith's Caiih Store,
115 and 117 tliy Street, for new l:t (ree) now ready.
Kverthin at wholesale. 8;Jendid eonntry cored
Bacon. meJiam weight, 8 and e heavy fat, 6 an J
Tc Ilanis from the East, 12, 14, 15 and 16r., and
skm lalitornia low aa 10 cents that look nice and
lI 1 1 g z..Jm.A.L
KUafK Waiiei aV I i tlM taVILS.
! Bert (.Vwsh hi Mp TaT K-vxL V3
SIO to S73 per Set. '
Ontlars. Whips. Robes and aH Saddlery Goxl
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Shop and Millinery Store on PaaSc Cr t. Ask . are
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P Eli nYHOYAL FILLS
The OrfsrismI aard Only GeasUate. '
SewaaiamnBeHaMe. Beware warthlea lialmliwa.
Kinnnbu a LADIES. Aak i Irwsatlt a
-(.hlefeeaarVracrli.liaa4taa a actar. or Ek .
riuae t ia aa tor i-mcslar la Utttr my retwrw saail
MS by Btasaiata e-eiyahj. aikTr -CMebesi
Ur asiiaa' fejral fill. tiKMaas,
O w team fb Is? J tm
CS sis ot tt-vt ciA-s oi
reetteesT and btf t
tnjii cavivsBtjai aamfsV
hc fjtlic sad ao r&ka
A. LVA IH.
mav. enrtmlf for U.e cr -f
ftera0ee?Bt3 sf tbm erml
CTM.rH. T t taogt'attCMK saCraajTSl
f CLECTAiCITT sserBeft&tw
Jmrab Lfe fnm ten. raar
-fea fcO aVeJtlS J aVTOaTm. DOssast
4Kifito4kr2 tliv",h ritr1e Aaro
drcntW t raravii ti trm
to tO. llUftfli &at
tr- Bt.t C.. ICS Wa
aCC CaMsf, JO.
The Van ETonciscar
old, atrajie-or married saen
sad ail who ecfier with
Kerroas TJebiiity, Bperaaa.
torrbea, Owiiiinal Lcaraav
Seartai DeeaT,Failia( Maaa
ory. West yea. Lack of
Eneiwy, ahn Blond and
Sain Xnseaaea, eypcClla,
- Bone Fains, 8 waing
IT 'S Sore Throat, t'loera. ex
W feeta of Mercery. Kidnase
and Beaddea- Traibln
Weak Back. Rnrntaa; TJrloe, Gonorrhea QlcaAv Strisa.
aoe prompt reiie acd ear far lzfe.
Katli Hfxrs C8eHBaiw
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N. P. N. U. Ko. 1S6-S. F. X. C. No. 8KL
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Mrs. Sophia P. Boewzu, White CottogeJCK,
write: " 1 took eleven bottles of your Fa
vorite Prescription and one bottle of your
Pellets.' I aui doing my work, ami hare been
for some time. I have had to employ help fur
about sixteen years before I commenced tak
ing your medicine. I have bad to wear a
supporter most of tbe time: Uus I have laid
as 1 ever did."
Mrs. Mat Glkasow, f JVtiirico, Otiotre W
3teh.. writes: "Your Favorite Prtcrtptiua.
has worked wonders in my ce.
Again she writes: "Having taken several sot.
ties of tbe S Favorite Prescription I have re
mined mr beaith wonderfuliv. to the astonish
ment of myself and friends. 1 ran now botn my feet all day,
attending to the duties of my household.
A MarTCloas Core. Mrs. O. F. Spraott,
of Crystal, Muh writes i "1 was troubled wits,
female weakness, leucorrhea and falling of tbe
womb for seven years, so 1 had to keep my bed
for a good part of tbe time. I doctored witb an
armv of different physicians, and spent terse auroa
of moner; but received no lasting; benefit. At last my huebapd
persuaded me to try your medicines, which I was loath to, do,
tecause I was prejudiced against them, and tbe doctors saiif
they would do me no good. I finally told my Busbgad that if
be would get me some of your medicines, I wourd try thest
against tbe advice of my physician. He got me six bottles of tb
Favorite Prescription, also six bottles of the Discovery,' Jo
ten dollars. I took three bottles of 'Discovery' d four of
Favorite Prescription,' and I have bees a Sound woman for fonr
years. 1 then gave the balance of the medicine to my sister, who
was troubiad iu the same way, and she cured herself In a short,
time. ' I lines not bad to take any medicine now for almost
' In pregnancy, " Favorite Prescription "
is a mother's cordial," relieving nanaca,
weaknees of stomach and other distressing
symptoms common to that condition. If
its umo is kept tip in the latter months of
gestation, it so prepares the system for de
livery a to greatly lessen, and manv timea
e!moa entirely do away with the sufterins
Of thnt trying ordeal.
"Favorite Preacrfptlon," wben taken
In connection with the use of Dr. Fierce
Golden Medical Discovery, and small laxa
tive doses of Dr. Pierce's Purgatrve Pvliets
(Uttle Liver Pills), cures Liver, Kidney and
Bladder diseases. Their combined use also
removes blood taints, and abolishes can
cerous and scrolulous humors front tho
"Favorite Prescription Is tho only
medicine for women so til, bv druggists,
under a positive srnarsuatee, from the
manufacturers, that it will give satisfaCa
tion in every case, or money will bo
funded. This guarantee has been prtuted.
on tbe bottle-wrapper, and faithfojiy ear-,
ried out for many years. Lar bottle
n00 doses) $100 or "f oUiea for
t Send fen cents in stamps for Dt
Pierce's targe, illustrated 't'reatUM (kk
pages) on Dlacases ot Women.
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