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. of aii Compared with
ar tnes for homo-planting
liUnl arboriculturists nrn not al
for 8etuaf.nl by prejudiea, when
ic.-niato the comparative tiseful
If Annuiofti Bpooios with those In
ji(a from other countries. "There
)ivUf liability to dlstmso in foreign
file, tlmn lw those found
, wity in our native forests ami in a
I miceeion of years the latter will
I ift iwmt instnnroa prove tho mor relta
IVL In evergreens thia fact becomes
iHy glaring as noon as xc6 insti
f t'o coH.partsviu between almost any
tiro elowly-alHoa specie-.. Tho white
I j Ho will live to a vigorous old ago,
aiul t com. ai-atlvely jicturejuo and
beautiful lonjf ntier its counterpart,
. th Bhutan int has passed away.
; Tb wbito rpruee of the Northern
gtale wiU continue to be an orna
- ro vhe )10 muctt vauntotl Norway
m . .. vpe has become open and
"e more Northern and
-. , NJsyfv noticeable.
Jnv authorities are
iseourftdng itsyus for ex
isting. The American arbor
1 ' its variety "niisnamed
Siberian, aro unexceptionable, and yet
the Chinese species, even ifnot killed
outright during a cold spell, will soon
K become open and dilapidated. The
usmon juniper and rod cedar (which
- i also a juniper) are far more valua
, -hie for a series of years than any of
t . te foreign representatives of the fam
4 lly. Unless we except the compara
'K tlvct new cuspidate yew from Japan,
, there 21 not a single number of the
peuns ; Taxns so valuable for orna
mcittal planting here as our own
Amer.ean variety, notwithstanding the
ig V IU of forms to be
. 5nnUrserymen's cata-
?wAain "-jtfferring to the
in, our beautiful yet "neglected led
iinA, or as it is sometimes Incorrectly
faUei Norway pine, is worth hmre for
rnstnental planting than all the Aus
trian, Scotch and Ladeio pines that
tare b-en introduced. Passing to the
ttckkious trees we find, iu a compari-
cr 01a -necjmens, tnat the ngar
tad rw nr.: les are superior to the Nor
way and o.wiore species from Eu-
rofe, even it tho latter are inoro at-
f tractive in their younger years." It is
I wtli-known that the European linden
I is quite subject to disease with ns, and
j ' 5:a.e of life is short in our climate.
eT! American linden appears to in-
? in attractiveness as tho years
no English oak although. apparent-
attly here often kills during win-
A specimen near Philadelphia,
r having survived for thirty years,
I destroyed at last, root and top, by
-,4pio tHiid snelL On the contrary,
our native species are all that can be
desired. Compare the relative value
of I tlie American species of
elm, with those of Europe, and
awe ' can have no better ap
,Ic:.ttieo of ourjheory, as the latter, if
""" our winters uninjured by
soon succumb to disease
.tespeeting the species of
4 nuts although" the well
.nd beautiful English tree is
iardy her, yet in the vicinity
lelphia and southward, the
eeomes covered with unsight
es by midsummer, and falls
ely. Io consequence most
ire giving it up. This dis
'wi does not affect our na
W they are rapid grow
. 0'. depended on. . The
von ir ay also be institut
losely ' a-. lied - species in
. -ra,""T";l perhaps enough ex
iiave been given. It might
--ever. ba out of place to men
sr.erionty of the American
over the English; the Amcr
.Ji&taia sh over the European;
.0 Z .iiiencan walnut over the English;
ie 3 at lv-poplars over the foreign;
hr common nild cherry over the
'ack cherry of Europe in point of reli
flity; ami lastly the pro-eminence of
native birchesovcr the common
e species and its graceful cut-leaf
to Europe. There is an oeca-
I exception to this, as to most
jft s. fgr -Instance, the superior
.ciain ofjtilo English beech over our
r:t ornamental purposes; the
ffcreice given to the European larch
fcr tho American; and the decided
perinjrlty of Nordmann's fir over our
1ra ri3iserable balsam. It is a singu-.-"--
.,.'-;::t",'I,. st all'gener of
5 closely allied
a rule are
eaaLful and available speci
Jte world ever saw, needing
pure taste to arrange them prop
Cor. X. T. Tribune.
called oa a Dakota, man,
n have been recommendctl
- 'ut citizen, and I
n fueezer hero
sell too. It
t have it."
6 for it; never eat
la $1.50. and per-
i it, wouldn't take
other scheme here.
jea for a drawing on
" There are one hun
aiore like it put my
two tickets. This is
I alwavs g- in on any
L" Dakota BtlL
- tor the Feet.
,5d-jvith feet too strong
.comfort of their neigh
8 of the three or four
fl.:ngs and frequent
ee they are subjected to
, would advise a simple
. ,nharn j remedy, many times ad
r rised by th5ysiij-sician, which is equal
. parts of pulveri d. burned alum and
alicylic acid. B. taAtj the feet
well, then rnb".'thcm freely" with the
J powder, and for a ew days keep the
4 stockings also well i iSted with it. The
ilom can be pre pa nI, at home, and
Wr drtiggist will 1 rapply the other
dieiit. E,::i:f' tr this is not a
bur---"" Vrore most cases
.Urn Journal of
ON THE GRAND CANAL
Th Charraa That Vanlo Hold fir th It
llertlT American Tnnrlnt.
This is the City of the Sea. It is
sImmU three miles from shore. The
rivers from the mountains brought
down sand and soil and carried it into
the Adriatic, and, of course, dropped
it, in time forming low, sand Islands.
The city was thickly populated in the
time of the Hoinan occupancy. When
the Goths came down, the Romans, or
some of them at least, uVd to these
islands. The books say that for some
time they lived In little thatched houses
and were furred, in some measure, to
become sailors. They early became
Christians, so that when the English
and French crusaders were on their
way to the Holy Ivml thoy came and
went by this way. as It M-aa directly on
the route. "Then Venice been me a
maritime city and grew rapidly in
wealth and population. The people
early formed a kind of a republic and
fostered education, and therefore grew
In influence, and the city was railed
the "Queen of the Sea."' The rich
merchants could not buy farms, for
there was no land, and so they took to
building palaces. The lower rooms
were used for business, the upper for
residences. The soil being sand they
had to drive piling for foundation.
Their trade being maritime wholly and
water plenty, they made all the "prin
cipal streets water-ways, so that now
there is not a horse nor a mule in the
city. The land streets are from four
to twelve feet wide, while the Cirand
Canal is wide enough to float
a Great Eastern. The palaces
were built of brick and marble,
and three centuries ago, I must be
lieve, the Grand Canal was the
handsomest street then in the world.
But Columbus or Vespucius, or some
body, discovered America and the Cru
saders quit going to Jerusalem to rob
the Turks and bring back the plunder
to Venice for sale. Again, it was found
tlwt ships could sail to India around
the south of Africa, and Venice was
doomed. Ceasing to make money, all
her people turned to be politicians, and
iu time the city lost its colonies, its
wealth, ita influence. Najxdeon took
it and gave it to Austria in a big trade,
and finally it came to be a part of Italy.
TesVrday we rode up and down the
Grand Canal in a gondola. They are
all black and precisely alike. Soma
three hundred and fifty years ago the
rich made their gondolas so ornate and
sumptuous that the plain people took
the matter iu hand ami made a law
Bxing the size and forbidding all other
form of craft. This morning we went
over to what is called the Piaaa, or
Great Square. It is about two acres in
size. On two sides are marble build
ing. On the third Fide is the pnhiee
Napoleon I. built for tho King of Italy.
On the other side is the Church of St,
Mark. In 825, they say. the bones of
the apostle were brought here. The
church is a magnificent temple. It is
in the form of a Greek cross with five
domes. There arc nearly two acres of
Mosaics alxmt the church inside and out,
worked into all kinds of pictures. The
floor is laid in marble and there are
five hundred and forty marble columns
used in the construction of the build
ing. These were brought from the
East. The story is that each ship was
required as a tax t pay a column for
tho right to enter port. Some are
white, some red and some green. They
were formerly in temples in Asia ajui
Africa. It took more than a hundred
yraia to complete the church, and k
looks like the pictures of Asiatic tem
ples. It is claimed that the architect
were from Greece or Constantinople,
but nobody now knows who they were.
When we got to the church the jam
was so great we failed to get in, but a
half franc opened a door to a stairway
which led up to a kind of balcony or
prtvate box, from where we could look
down on priests and people. A Car
dinal dressed in a rod cap and beauti
ful robes read a sermon in a splendid
voice while sitting in a red velvet and
gilded chair. The congregation stood
up, as there" are no seats. At the side
altar many said their prayers and went
away. Here and there some were
kneeling, and throngs were coming
and going all the while. In the after
noon the pigeons were rd in the
square hundreds of them there are,
and tame enough to sit on your arm
and eat. Once it was said a pigeon
(they call them doves) rendered the
State a great service, and thereafter
they were taken under the protection
of the State; but now they are fed by
an insurance company and by every
visitor. Cor. Indianapolis SentineL
No Installment Plan for Him.
Do you love me, Jane, well enough
to marry me?" asked a young Peorian
of a Monson street maiden.
Well, I don't know, John. When I
first got acquainted with you I almost
haled you. Then I got so I could bear
you. Finally I liked vou a little. If
we marry, I may in time come to love
you with all my heart."
'No, thank you," said John, reach
ing for his hat, "I don't believe I care
about marrying you on the installment
And he fled into the darkness, leav
ing behind him a Victim with a broken
heart and a patent bustle. It is little
things like this that lead us to de
nounce the mercenary character of the
sge we live in. Peoria Transcript.
i nere"" is in the FrenCn savings
banks the sum of 100,000.000 pounds
.sterling. This alone shows what tho
genius of the country is economy.
These savings banks are patronized
only by workmen, servants and small
shopkeepers. The peasant prefers in
vesting his savings in land and cattle.
A working man in Norfolk, Va.,
fell about ten feet and injured his spine.
With some difficulty he went on with his
work for about eight months when he
became paralyzed and died. A post
mortem examination showed that he
had lived eight months with a broken
neck, third, cervical vertebra being
fractured. Foote's Health Journal.
A method of producing a screw or
bqjt which is adapted to receive a nut,
having either a right or left-hand screw
thread, consists in forming a blank
having two opjwsite arc-shaped por
tions, and intermediate flattened por
tions, in cutting a thread upon such
blank, and in subsequently chamfering
portions of the thread by means of dies.
According to the Boston Advertiser,
the total number of sheep" in the world
and their distribution are as follows:
South America, 100,000,000; Europe,
212,000,000; Australasia, including Now
Zealand, 77.000.000i Africa, 62,000,000;
Asia, 60,000.000; United States, 45,000,
000; Canada, 3,000,000; all other coun
tries, 6,000, 000 making a total of 617,-
IHIttTLANIt lHOIl Cfi JIIAItKKT.
Fanry roll, If lb
EaHiern, full cream
Koos Fresh ,
1 )RI Ell KHV1TS
Apples, qrtt, ska and bus. . .
Aprlrota, new crop
I 'caches, unpeeleil. new ..,
l'tarn. machine dried
Pitted plums, Oregon
Pigs. Cal., In bgs and bxa. .
Cal. Prunes, French
Port laud Pat. Holler, hbl f
Salem do do
White Lily V bbl
Wheat, Valley. 100 lbs. . .
do Walla Walla
Barley, whole, IP cti
do grour d, VtQn
Oata, choice milling V bush
25 4 as
2.1 ft 1 31
jo m 1 is.
01 (S 25 00
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00 AT, ft) (HI
0 & an 00
00 U2 60
" 1 25
00 ft 00
00 (21 3 ISO
00 1 00
do feed. good tocholee,old
Hye, 100 lbs
Pran, t ton.....
! Shorts, V ton
Hay. ton. haled
Chop. tC ton
Uti cake meal fton
Apples, Oregon, V box
Cherries, Oregon, V drm . . .
Lemons, California, V bx. . 4
Mines. V 100
lti vernlde oranges, f box . . .
Ioa Angeles, do do ... S
Peaches, f box 1
Pry, over 10 the, ? ft
Wet salted, over f 6 Rs
M ffl 14
10 Cjj! 1 00
. 1 23 1 50
90 1 0J
Carrots, V sack
I auliilower, V dos
Potatoes, new, y bush
East Oregon, Spring clip..
Valley Oregon, do
STUDIES AT THE PIANO.
Inrlileata Showing- That Thing Are Not
Always What They aem.
She was a tender, passionate thing,
full of all those sweet, emotional
charms that lead to engagement' which
calmer reasons throws a different light
upon. She tunj. She did not onH
try to sing as most young women do.
She could sing, and she sang. She
liked pretty, sentimental ballads, and
nice forgot the point and drove a fel
low away by giving him with fine ex
pression and forgetful enthusiasm that
beautiful musical advice, "Rid Me
Co.Hl-hy and GoP" lie bade her
"Good-by" aad went. She could not
understand what he meant, until
through the tear-filled eyes she read
accidentally the legend on the page of
music. It is needless to say he re
turned. It is no use asking how she
did it. It wouldn't do you any good
to know. Every girl has her ewn'
patented way ef bringtg a fellow
back. It is the only thing they are
distinctly original in, exce'pt making
It might not have been the same
girl. 1 don't know. They're liable to
get mixed up in stories, those girls.
This one had a sweet voice and a plead
ing way that was dangerous. There
are different kinds of pleading wars,
don't yon knowP A girl takes a song
off the piano; she is seated on the twist
ing piano-stool, and there's a young
fellow in an evening suit, with a soli
tary stud, a corrugated shirt-front, a
fo1-chain, leaning over her, with one
thumb balanced in his waistcoat jwkct
and his right hand playing restlessly
with his mustache, simply to keep it
from dropping around his neck.
"Isn't that a beautiful song?" she
What?" be asks, never looking at
the music, but gazing into her eyes.
" K.), Lav Tliy Cheek on Mine,
Then she looks up pleadingly. She
knows there are too many people alout
for him to do any thing of the kind.
He blushes a little.
"I have the cheek, but there are too
many people around," he whisjers.
The funniest pleading a girl does is
when she most particu arly wants you
not to do something she asks you to
do. That is worth studying. Itut le
careful, you may misunderstand her.
Hut this girl in Oakland had a beau.
Well, be wasn't exactly a bean. lie
was a kind of a peep-loau. They sat
in the drawing-room. Perhaps you
don't know why it is called a drawing
room. Because it is the place where
girls draw men out. Ho knew she
"Will you not sing for me?"
Could she refuse? If she hadn't boon
able to sing she wouldn't have thought
of refusing, and she could not possibly
refuse seeing she could sing. So ho sat
in a chair with that preparatory look of
pleasure that h s nothing to do with
tho song, and every thing to do with
the singer. Ah, me! lint I can't
stop to moralize. I've got to go on
with this s.tory. You have the tableau
in your mind's eye. The maiden just
beginning on tho lovely ballad, the
young man gazing at her. Now let me
introduce another character. Small
child, nephew, in the next room. Small
child has been listening. He is look
ing through the crack of the door with
a painful expression coming over his
face. The voice grows more and more
impassioned by the piano and the girl's
whole soul is in tho song. There is a
tap at tho door, a gentle tap. The
singer turns around, stops and says:
-Well, what is it, dear?"
The little pained face becomes pa
thetic as the child looks at her.
"Please, aunty, won't you stop that
sad noise?" San Francisco Chronicle
An Expensive Luxury.
A German, now visiting in this coun
try, writes to his home paper as follows
concerning our colleges: "In America,
in this land of the free, it is the sad fact
that university culture is a prize which
is only accessible to the sons of rich
men." His inquiries were very exact
"Among the 140 students who had com
pleted their studies at Yale.college this
year (185) I obtained answers from
109. According to their reports the
average cost for the four years' course
amounted to $960. There were great
differences in individual cases; one had
succeeded in 'getting through' at the
cost of $150 a 3'ear; another needed no
less than $3,500 annually. I know a
German porter in the States whose
eldest son passed a brilliant examina
tion at Princeton; but father and son
agreed that it was impossible to pursue
his studies there on account of the
frigitf ul costliness. Study at an Amer
ican university is a most expeusive
Juxury." Chicago Time.
xetiernooae at the Clul "That
Skattawbwain is a dweadful aws. He's
such an aws he makes my head ache
evewy time I see him, wondawinghow
the dayvil he can be such an aw as he
is." Totan Tonutm.
WORSHIP OF GAD.
A Class of Legislator Who Itesarve Tgno-
. minion and Speedy Retirement.
In this day of progress there is no
error mot e general and more deleteri
ous to our material and intellectual
prosperity than our senseless worship
of gab. It Is not a worthy apprecia
tion of the beaiatles of true and pure
eloquence. Hut those who aro gifted
with a copious flow of impracticable
and useless words have educated the
people to the Idea that no man Is tit for
a legislator unless ho is endowed with
a constant ebullition of gas And al
though every man of experience and
thought will at once acknowledge that
not one in a hundred of those who are
n tireless in their talk as the winds on
the prairies are fit for any thing practi
cal In the world, as legislators they are
totally Incapable of originating a prao
tlcal law, or of successfully remodeling
a bill offered by any one else. In this
matter we have some readers who have
had experience In legislative follyfSend
they know how little reliance can be
placed Iu an Inveterate talker in ar
ranging practical legislation. It is the
cal in, cool, thinking men, who have
gathered up the great lessons of life in
a severe and close conflict with the
world. Colleges may make scholars,
but it takes something additional to
Those who have done most In forming
and perpetuating the institutions of our
country were not orators, but men of
thought, experience and of mature judg
ment. Great principles are evolved aud
important questions settled by deep and
close investigation tn the private office,
and in the closer conflict of mluds In
the committee-rooms. Speeches in the
puhlic bitlls of legislation have nothing
to do with the settlement of great ques
tions. They arc made for the gaping
Our halls of legislation are crowded
Pwith lawvers, to the exclusion of the
various branches of industry. This
would not bo so objectionable if abetter
class of lawyers were selected. It is
well known In this learned profession,
to be successful a law Arm should
alwavs have as one of the partners a
good "ofllce lawyer." This means a
man of practical sense enough to get
up the patvrs and ph-as in the right
form. A man who can put himself
down to the preparation of business.
The other partner should be a good
"jury lawyer." This is one who can
spread the eagle and tell the dirty anec
dotes. In the profession there Is too
large a proportion of the latter
class. And our readers will bear
witness that if any one of the Drm be
comes a candidate for the Legislature or
Congress, it is Invariablv the one
who has the "gift of gab," instead of
the one who has by study and a well
balanced mind brought sueeess to tho
law firm. In this way our legislative
and congressional halls aro filled with
impractical men. What better evidence
do we want of this fact than the fre
quent and constant passage of laws
which are unconstitutional, and that.
tiw, after going through the serutinv of
the judiciary committee, composed of
lawvers, for the express purpose of
checking unconstitutional legislation.
This would not be the case if the onV
instead of the jury lawyer was elected.
And this brings us back to the question
our great error of gab worship. We
want more thinking and fewer talking
men in higher places. A gassy mem
her of Congress is an expensive animal
Every set sjeech he makes to empty
benches costs several thousand dollars,
and does no good. And a large por
tion of our extravagant expenditures
and our protracted and useless sessions
of Congress grow out of the practice of
taking for a Congressman the wrong
memtier of the linn, or the wrong mem
ber of the comrounitv. Gas instead of
sense, imprudence instead of modest
merit, is too often the man of the popu
lar crowd. If there be a man in any
community who has never done any
thing in the world except to study
rrraceful gestures, and ornament his
language with stolen quotations from
the literature of the past, he is selected
to be the man to frame grave laws for
the government of the diversified inter
est of a continent.
The past, history of every State in this
Union, and of the United States, shows
that the reliable practical men are those
who have matured and disciplined their
minds in tho great industrial interests.
agriculture, manufacture, mechanics or
merchandise. These are the interests
of the world, and from these we want
more men of practical experience and
moral firmness. If tho eoplo would
cease running after mere gab, and seek
after plain, practical men, who know
and who sympathize with thoso who
labor, our rights would be better re
spected and our institutions bo longer
perpetuated. Boston liudQct.
REVERSING THE VOW.
rroaperltx of a lltitaul W ho Was lie.
termlned to Obey 111 Wife.
A clergyman, traveling through the
village of Kettle, .in life, was called
into an inn to omciatc at a marriage.
instead of a parish minister, who, from
some accident, was unable to atteud,
and had caused the company to wait
for a considerable timo. While the
reverend gentleman was pronouncing
the admonition, and just as he had told
the bridegroom to love and honur his
wife, the said bridegroom interjected
the words, "and obey," which he
thought had been omitted from over
sight, though that is part of the rule
laid down solely to tho wife.
The minister, surprised to find a hus
band willing to be hen-pecked by an
ticipation, did not take advantage of
the proposed amendment; on which the
bridegroom again reminded him of the
Omission "Ay, and obey, sir love,
honor and obe3 j-e ken!" and he seem
ed very seriously discomposed at find
ing that his hint was not taken.
Some years after the same clergy
man was riding through this village of
the culinary naaie, when the same man
came out and stopped him, addre sing
him in the following remarkable words:
"D'ye mind, sir, yon day when ye
married me, and when I wad insist
upon vowing to obey my wifeP Weel,
ye may now see that I was in the richt
Whether ye was or no, I ha'e obev-ed
my wife; and behold I am now the
only man that has a twa-storv house in
the bole toun!" Baptist Weekly.
NqX Very Encouraging.
He had told her of his love in words
as fervid as he could, and was fever
ishly awaiting her reply.
"llow old are you, Mr. Sissy?" asked
the girl, in a low, sweet tone.
"I'm ah ninteen."
"Well, the idea of a little tot like
you talking love!" y. Y. Sun.
An experienced lobster asherman
says of the fisheries on tine coast of
Maine, that the lobsters aiie running
woaller and the catoh is decreasing.
Six widows live on six adjoining farms
In tho town of VenatiKo, Pa., anil, what Is
move remarkable, they are all Henderson,
bcl is the widow of the late Henderson
brothers 1 Nomas. Samuel. Andrew
Stewart, William and Alexander,
PHYSICIAN! HATS FOUND OUT
That a eimlamliiatlna and forelmi element In
the blomb dovcloiMxl by Imllirmtlmi, it the rause
of rhmunHtlnm. Tlilssotilfs upon the sennit I re
Riib-cutaneou covering of the mtisole anil 11k
imrnli of the Joints, eauslnit cotiatnnt and
shifting pain, suit afrareitatltiit a a ralearemi
chalky dult niiluh produces lilfneia and
distortion of the Joint. No fart whlnh expe
rience has demons! rated In regard to Hostel
ler's Stomach Hitter ha ulronger evlilneire to
support than this, tiamelr. that this Im-dlelnn
nf comprrhenle' ucua cheek I lie formllnlil
and HtHH'totm diseaee, nor 1 It le pimlllvely
efttiitillMhed that It I preferable to the poIkoii
often used to arrext It, sli we the niedlrlue eon
tnlu only eiihitary liimnllrtil. It I ln a
attinsl remedy for iiiMitiitl fever, eonetlpntlon.
11 VHietmia kiiiner end niauner aiimente. uemi-
ll) and other dtaorder. Hue thai you get the
The Afuhan boundary Question has been
settieu, ltussia yieiiiimr.
FBKMATUHELY AO ED.
Man v a woman la rotilifd of ihoneeharina
whlrh the Kfiitler aex value o highly, and
made old Itrfore her time hy funrtlotial Ir
reaularlt'ea. To surh the 1 loom of youth
maybe restore-thy the nse of a remedy
wnicti nas stooa the test of time anil
which Is to-day acknowledged to be with
out an equal as a eure for all female weak
neasea fir. I'leree'a "Favorite l're rip
lion. jit an cirugKiata.
Thousand of head of stork nerlahed
ourlufr the recent drought In Mexico.
llowley I'atterson, an amateur as
tronomer of Daurfvilte, N. Y.. has
settled a question about which there
has been much discussion, lie asseil-i
that on the dnv of judgement the solar
system will be fused Into a glowing,
nebulous mass. The wicked will be
nsl Into this somewhat torrid environ
ment, and the good will 1ms transferred
to the planet Betilah. On this planet
the New Jerusalem, lfi,(MH) miles square.
is to be located. 1 lus planet, for econ
omical reasons, ha not yet been formed,
as It will not be needed until after the
final judgement. .V. O. Timen-Ihm-
Uccent surveys in the Pyrenees
prove that the Aran Valley is tributary
to the Garonne, and that fcuth and
southeast of this valley are several
rang. nenrly KMXM feet in height that
ire not shown upon any map. Hut the
strangest discovery Is that of a lake.
the. laiget upon the northeri: slope of
the mountains, lying in a gap between
two lines of peaks, which, having been
approached from npKisite hides, had
previously been con-ddered identical.
PKHALTIES Or IVFSUDKHCK.
Summer la at hand the time of year
when old heads and young become
Imprudent, get over-heated, cool off
suddenly, catch cold, headache, ner
vous disorders, and a thouand and
one other troubles. rreaMilnjc pro
denre Is played out. The only tMitr to
doU-af'er you have contracted one or
more of these palns-to eure yourself as
HUH my a poaaioie. cinaii iir ure not
10 tie neulecled eseeot-at the rlk of ae-
rioua conaeuneneea. Henioe them at
oece. It ran le done by an appll at ion of
one or more of Al.M'Ot K a roiiors I i as
Trills, recoitnia.d the world over as llu
lett fiterual remedy ever male. Mum
vou. don't neglect vonr Utile ills. They
outirrow everything ele and if lef alone
coat you more than von ran ever know.
Kememlwr Al-l.rot : a I'lastehs.
Wuv not fret a chnrrh or school bell,
when Z. T. Wrlaht, I'ortland, sell them
"llrows'n llronclilwl TroolM-a"
will relieve Hronchills, Asthma, and
- For the bet and rheapeat luhrlcatinii
oil, aend to . 1. rlent, i'ortland.
The Indiana on the San Carlo Ileaerva
tlon are again liecomiiiic restles.
"OEHTLK At THI BKIZI OF IVXH150.
This line of an old hymn Is quite appro
priate when applied to "l'leaant t'urva
live Pellet." 1 don't like to take pill if
I eau avoid It. we o ton hear Mnmiu
heeauae they constipate me ao." Now
the "l'elleta" never do thia. They are a
gentle and mild that their effect Is almost
precisely alml ar to a natural movement of
tbe bowel, and no unpleasant effort are
Huron Sellliere ha beeu released from
lr a cough disturbs your sleep, take
rlso s Cure for t'enauraptlou and rest well,
Ir you want an engine, eend to Z. T
Wright, Fort land.
Tut Grrmba for break laaU
SKIN 8c SCALP
1 inr tin a
-w w r - m
rn CbKANSINQ. PUItlFYINO AND
beaullfylng theekinef children and infant
and curing torturing, aiMiguring. licning. scaiy
anil pimply dlirnm of the akin, ecalp and
blood, with loan of hair, from Infancy tooldage.
me v n if v ha iikmkoikh are uuaiuuio.
ft'TicvKA. the groat Hkin I'i kh, and Cm
ct'RA muh, an exquinite, fckin iiuaulifter, pre
pared from It, externally, and wricCR 11
holvknt, the'new lllood Purllli r, internally,
invariably succeed wjien all other remedies
and the U-xt physician fail.
t l Tici'R 1( km kii eh are absolutely pureand
the only lnfnllible akin bcautitlcra and blood
punnors, rreo rrom poieonoua lnirreuicni.
Molitnverv (there. Prire.;i7TICl'HA.aoo.: tOAP.
25a.: Hiwoi.VKNT.fi. I'l-epiu-ed by tho I'OTTna
DHl'O AM) t HKM1CAL CO.. liOHTON. AIAHH.
rsend for "Stow to Cure Skin Diseases."
p i nyiQSkin and Scalp preserved and bcaull
DAD1 0 tied by t'UTici ka Mkdk ated bOAJ
Sirs. A. M. Dauphin, of K89 IUdge Ave.. ThlU
dclphia, has done a great deal to make know n
to ladies thero tho great value of Mr, rink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, as a cure for their
troubles and diseases. She writes as follows
"A young lady of this city, whilo bathing some
years ago, was thrown violently against the life
line and the injuries received resulted in an
ovarian tumor, which grew and enlarged until
death seemed certain. Her physician Anally
advised her to try Mrs. Pinkham's Compound
She did so, and in a short time tbe tumor was
dissolved and ehe le now iu perfect health.
I also know of many cases whore the mcdlcino
has been of great value in preventing miscar
riage and alleviating the pains and dangers of
child-birth, Philadelphia ladies appreciate the
worth of this medicine and its great value."
Sent by mail in Pill and Lozenge form on
receipt of prioo, $1. Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass
Also in in liquid form, all at DruggiBts.
SELBY SMELTING AND LEAD CO.,
BUELL LAMBERSON, Cen'l Agent.
7 Stark Nt- Portia ed. Or.
ft The OLDEST MEDICINE in the WO ELD'
I Is Probably Sr. Itaao Thompson's
UELEBRATED EYE: WATE
This articletis a carefully prepared physlefan's nrs
scriiitfoii, and has been in constant use for nearly a
oentury, and notwithstanding tbe many other prepara
tions that have been Introduced into the market, the
sale of this article is constantly increasing. II the di-r-ctlons
are followed it will neer fall. We particu
larly inrite the attention of physicians to Its merits.
John L. Thompson, Sens Co.. TKOY. N. Y.
TfSfv fl Make your Ice and Ice Cream at
JLwtJCi shome. Cost nothing to make. Price
mt llaaulu 4. T. 11. DAT, Mil YaUuste si. S. W.
The Kolnt)"ra run at Wimbledon was
won hy the Kngllah team.
For weak lungs, enittlnarof blood, weak
stomach, fundi sweats, and the early
stage of C ns iniilloii, "Golden Medical
uicovery is spe' inn. y nriiKRista.
The French Benate has approve the
new trea y wllh Mexico.
Z. T. Wright. I'ortland. bos the West-
lnu.houe Thresher aud Kngiuea.
When nby was atok we Rave her Caetorta,
Whea she was a Child, she cried for Oeatorla,
When she became Ml, sheeluDB to Caeleria,
When she had Chlldren.she cava them Castorl.
READ THIS CAREFULLY.
? eisn anil woman roust or M, on this Onaat,
that Is aiilii-u-il villi siij ', no matter wust, thai
tltntr fsitilt itosifN tliies not aiiflsrwtatid, r eannot
... I t . . . - . ,, .1 u.t... ..... ...... fenml.t.
llr ptM-l'. itr t on thm tosln mnii wtmtt him. Hm Is urm
vll.l with ,t,y li.trtmwt of Mrgty, nl Uie mm
ttttNlirlfiM o Ix M tnr nimicv. I mtrnllAll"ft4 rrea.
HoiuMit i.tilritim l,n : rftjMim ehsrvs. All eollus
p.mitnir Mrlli otiftd'-nURl. Rncl slAfiiv. A'l'lroM
V H Fmtht- N M. It 1 riffle, I, I soil 12, Flirt Na
tions! Hank, I'urtlanil. irrgon.
Rupture Permanently Cured.
No siitr-ry Woik erery day Our fuaranteed.
A.hlrt-M firs. rotllU'.N l.l'Tll KH, ofltona S, and It,
im Mattuiisi nans, rortisno. iirvaoa.
Tlte AdTn tt.-ei Thresher I the beat.
7a. X. Wright, i'ortland, for partleulare.
so- a v -
0n bott taken according to direction
will giro better resultt than a gallon of
Sarsaparilla, or any of tho to-called Blood
Purifier with which the marie t is glutted.
At Druggists, price St. 00 per bottle,
will be paid for an case of Rheumatfnm
which Dr. Pardee' Kerned, properl ad-
n-tnisterrd, fail t relieve.
Cures all Diseases originating from
iisorderei state of the BLOOD or
LI VEIL Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
Tumors, Salt Hhcum and Mercurial
Pains readily yield to it purifying;
properties. It leaves the Blood pure,
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the
Complexion bright and clear.
J. R. GATES A CO., Proprietor
417 Bannome St- Ban Pnuictaoo,
OBS A,-nt Mc-r linn' ..nW w.-f tw ..wt tows ta
Your "Tnlir I'unch" give better satisfac
tion lo my customer than ny 5e cigar I hare
hamlli'tl. I sell tiinre of them than of all ether
b'anits nit t'Mfether. They ara pronounced
equal to the "bit ' eiirar aoM here.
t'MA. A. 't(r:. lrngalU Ksn IMego. Cal.
A.l.lrr.M. K.U .TAHILI.At l. hlrsc
WILLIAM BECK At SON,
M uolMale and Retail Dealers In
Cuns and Sporting Goods.
Manufacturer.' AenU for
U C. Smith's. Colt", rteminirton. Clint Hnrio
Ithica, i-arker sand Manhattan UUUl UUliu,
Winchester. Marlln. llullard, Colt Diflnn
Lltfhltiiug Magazine illliuu,
Colt's and f?inlth tc Wesson RBTOITCFSi
Peod for Ctalogn No. t.
163 107 Krroiid St I'ortland, Or.
fsavi h storm:
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Ill V TIIK
8x12 and 10x15, with Throw-Off
Job Preaa In the Market. A roll
Htoek kept by
PALMER & REY
. . 112-114 Front 8t. . . P0KTLAKD, 0B.
AVTBUY NO OTHER
Two of the late William H. Van
rlcrbilt's oaneeled checks one for one
million, the other for -six times that
sum arc fondly preserved by some
of his nearest friends.
' During the past three moaUis the
Baptist churches of Baltimore have
received nearly 600 additions hy bap
tism! S30 to the white churches aad
270 to the colored. Ooidtn Mul.
The Foreign Missionary reperts
tea Protestants converts ia all Cantea
Province forty years age; new taere
are 4,000. The increase ef the past
seven years is deuble that ef the pre
Missionary RicJvards writes frea
the Banza Mantek missien em the
Upper Congo: "This is ne longer a
heathen country. The NkiaVba,' the
Nkises,' the poison-giving, the threat
cutting, the demoniac yells, the dia
bolical dance and witchcraft, are
things of the past here. Of the L009
cenverts, $70 are grown people."
Mr. Ira D. Sankey, the evaegeliet,
has given to the First Methedist
Church, of Newcastle, Pa., a buildiag
let valued at $4,000, on conditio that
the jonregation will erect a chnroh
to cost . at least $25,000. Mr. Saakey,
some years ago, gave the Young iles'i
Christian Association In Neweastle a
$50000 building. Chicago Advmn.
1 11 jT-!I
ttmm i j u .a A wul el rr
r,n an! hssmitMa Mow smomka! 4hf.
r.Hnary k!n. d oaasot be sold to ?7"
Mm cr vjha podsr, Botd only la
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Alan dater in Thmhing sad General Machinery, Ma
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DirM KTATt loft.
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for" Infants and Children.
"sjaa..aa.saaassaasaaraiaa.a.ss-aa.asa . .
''Oaetorlalgeo weiiadawted techlldrenthat I Castoria enree tJolte, Ooestipattoa,
I recommcod tt ag superior to any prescription I tour Btomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
kaowaaome.x H. A. aacsxa, M. I Kills Worms, gleea sleep, aad pmacm df-
ttl8o,fetfrrt.rBr9QtirN.Y. WUI'tarious medicaiion.
Tarn CxNTAra Coarasr, 1S2 Fulton Etrt. N. T.
fe I J
nyalids Hotel and Sareisal Isstitiis
Mtair t,t Claltteen Bert aeeal mm eiUM
ful Physlclaaui ) anrawana,
Att CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY
rntlents trntUl here or at ttK-tr hom-e. Many
tl.ntuph mrrefH,l(lenOe, i
SiKwewfutly an i'f lu-rn Ut r?rmm. Otne a4
For " worn -out." rim-lown." rleWinatee
rIkmiI tcaelH-r. milliner, warns re w-, hoii-ke.-r.ra,
atnl overworked woirx-n nenersliT,
Dr. Tlcree s Favorite Prwrlptton is tlie nest
17. . it 1. ... "fore Jill.
"1 BII r"""fiin-i"Hw, ii'"""-. .......
but a-Jinlrahly f ullllbi a slnKl"n-s of l'!,p''"p
Ifltia- a moat twfit rw.-lllo for ail tnoee
Chronlo Wi-nkn p and 1Mm rmillsr to
woim-n. TImj trtitKtit of mnny tboosano
of sik-Ii nus,tt tlifl liivlli' ll'U!l and Surer-
......... 1 .. . 1 . .i ,.ripckua
If HI I !! 1 1 iii- u.tr, r. 1 1 . . . . - m ' -
In adapting reioHt.-e for tu-lr cure, end
Dr. Pisrca's Favorite Prescription
1 tho rwmlt of this rant eriwlonoe. Fer
Internal consjeatloii, InJIamrnntie
nd ulceration. It la at Kpeelfie. It
la a powwf ul rtirral, well a utf-rlno. tonic
and norrini-, ami Imparts vlifor ami atrffirttt
to the wIkjIo system. Jt curl w-skt ft
etonmch, Iwllifpetlon, blontlnir, wk beck,
ii.-rvou prontratlon, exhaustion. V-lilllty end
elf-cph-etiHsw. In eit tier -. Kayo rite I'r-twrlr-tlon
Is H 1'V drnaralate timk mtr potUice
guarantee. Bvo wrapper around bottle.
ORIRE S1.DO. rou an.oo.
ftend 10 cont In atamp for Tr. I'krw
A.,wrnvcrpd. AdrW-s. World's Drsrra-.
Skv Medicai. AseuciATios, 603 Maiu Ktt
IJUUiU' V9 .
p v 'w
A?fTI-BII-Or mm CATHABTIO
II I M one Ifeedaclte,
l Mine, oiiatlpa
proratrtly ourl tV
luraatlvo Pellet. 5
on,u- a vial, by IruKnt.
.Toll 11 Jm.m Cliild Ac Co.,
161 Eeeeaa St.
Carry a full line at
Thry make soseialty
If t"m ".d afrrtiitng
In their line semi U .
prk wtth prsnace, and
(t will iutmvf
first man. E3
Tho Orlirlnal aad Only O canine. '
Wm. an wwr avrnSMo. a Mlrf warthleM lislMlls .
I. -1.- n tm LADIES. A .k yrmr tr mmtflmt mt
-l hlehims F.M.Sn Wi. mm Me.s ilcmm 4.
Ir-. -. . h h N rrue!r m Islv hf r,t.la mBT
ot4 ay Orwsr1. cee obese. Amt Sir "fl.teoet
Icr" l.agiia" Feaaral fills. Taa a siaw.
mzprrmir la, ta.
i.i. .i. mi in.
mf Il fr.T,b-1T
aevenbw t. mmrm .!! lit.
,WI I. MM 1 AS
wiiaH, mAdxmm CS"tot
iri. Wl .m.. IV,
usei. Ckimmtm, lti.
O m isvmi ts. ta
r" - ol 1-.t riM ef
r e- tim. mnA b, g .ta
Ghaewon Ol fa at
e pwiK Mid mom rsaks
oi trie rinta.
JL. L SMITH.
The Van Monciscar
Torma oilddie-aeed ami
oM. wncle or ajaf ifed sos
aad ai srbn ur?ee wtta
LOST MANHOOD I
Herrooo DebUlty. Bnsraaa
Vwrhoa, Bsminal Loaroi
Sexual Dew, Failing Man
ory. Weak Eye. Look of
Energy, also Blood land
Mtto uuaaasa. Hrptniia
Bone Fains. wmiiioga
Boe. TbrMS, TJIsersi fa
feetm ol Meromr. Kidney
and Bladds Traikla
Weak Back. Burning Urine, Oononrbas, SlesS, PUIsS
ure promt relief and ears foe life.
Heth Heirs (sssalt lonfldcnHally
ORFIOg 183 e 1S4 THIRD BT.
N. P. K. U. No. 191-8. F. N. U. No. 268.
I jftw 7 tgmm Straet,
I 4iJD-U SAN FRANC ISOO,
af us. ' r w -r i' 1 1 '-11 . ' . t(r.
"Immlids' Ouida Book," which Ifivf all I.
Mlur. A'Hnsui Wolil.n'l W
CAI. AnsocUTBW. mi Main rit HutfitlO. W .Y.
( 1 1
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