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TO THK KAK
On stosmboats, rars mid sirup roaches. Hostot
t.-r'sStmnai u UUler Isiairkd as liie mni Im
portant Iconi in the mateiia niedua of tlie vinv
eiln wiWiv. It deprives vitiated. tr.-lt;si
mlrr of its hvirtfiil properties raid exo.Tsile
fld.i.r, oounteraots tin? pernicious ciLvls upon
thestoiiiatho! 11 or ImUm'stlMi. tood. romo
dies rntnil. h nrtlmni and wind upon "
stomach. II In lln do'.'tie bs-kIu-I malarial
disorders. milHtt.-s the efforts ol excessive h.-.t.
cold and tHiii, relieves sick headache, ami i
mi iiicoinparai le -im for nwnwn and Ml
iolisuss. iWtf fil.lslK.' f travel t'll.'ii toll, most
dlsaal-OllslV mtlll iuVHltl'K Ulld OOllVlllcsO, 1.1s.
owaslonaUv to such sn extent to jooimmu.
life. Persons til loonlo health. Hpprolionste of
bad effect from travel, will, if provid. d wl.h
the Hitters, be far lout likely t hvo their learf
The world ".nil. I N much Is-tter limn il is If
men would lixo l their obituaries.,.' .
Can the snle of sin inferior article i-.mi-atantlv
increase- for '.' years? lKiM.iin.'
Electric Soup has been on tlio market ever
since ltfiir. ami is lo-ilay as ever, fir l'-M"'l
;.rr.f family soap niu.le. Try it. our
grocer will pet it.
Kootprorltv.-" Your buck tin ir is eonilns: ;
down "l'lmnks; your from tooth lire drop
Fur eouirhs. asthnia ami throat Jisoniers
Use ''nni ii linmchinl Trofhtf
BCPTtKK ASU ril.ES tVKEI).
We poslrlvelv cure rupture mid nil rectal di
mwm without rin or detention from business
So care, nopv; mid no pay until cured. Ad
drees for rmpilot Dr, IVrtorueld k l.eJ tw
Muritet street, isaii Francisco.
Wli.-n mi iiss kteks lit von he does so Ih-ciium'
tic Tveoi;uuos that you lire uiilikt
Try Germka for breakfast.
Ve Knamcltne Stove Polisb: uodiiit: iirmeU.
Don't cheat yourself
out of a good smoke by
taking a poor imi tat ion
for the genuine Seal of
North Carolina Plug
Best in the World!
Get the Genuine!
HUNTER S EOUIPMENTS Mi
yisMngTarfele. F.t". ureal V an-iy. low ith hi
Old G"ns taMi in irBile. Hend for Ctttulm,ne. (JKO.
W. 6HREVE, S25 Hcarny St., Su'i I rancisco.
Obeqqn Blood Purifier.
kKIDNEY OLIVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
I XPIMPLES.BLOTCHES AND SKIN DIStAbLb
I NfcHEAOACHF.' CQSTIVENESS
PER DAY EASILY MADK JiV
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sary. Full particulars and illustrated circulars
free. It will pay von to investigate. Uo no'
miss this chance. This advertisement will no'
aopear in this paper again. Exclusive territory
(riven. Mention this paper. Addr Pacific Pub
lishing Co., Third and Oak streets Portland, Or.
J. McCRAKEN & CO.,
Roche harbor Lime, Portland Cement, Gol
den Gate and Utah Plaster, Hair. Fire Brick
md Fire Clay. LAND PLASTER.
60 N'erth Front Street, Cor. D,
"THE SPECIFIC A NO. I."
lOures all unnatural rtlseharKPSof tn"n
I vnilllrVno matUTO! now mug siaimn. j-h-II
III Mil vents stricture, It heiii!,' ai internal
I IUWI1U rttf nres when everythinir else
ibas failed. Irlce,3.0O. Circularon
application. Isold hy Druggists oraent
on rec'lptoi prim; uy i uc a. rai-uwu
heit Mwlioine Co , San Josp, ChI.
OREGON HOMESTEAD CO., KSI'nTOifi
the finest property In East J'ortlaiid-lliiwthonie's
First Addition: lots, 50x100. Prices, ?fHOtoseacl!.
Parties who desire to examine this property will
Hnd our ai?ent and team ready any time at the of
fice, free of expense. We oiler lm) ten-acre tracts ot
the Hawthorne estate at Hillshoro. Washington
countv, 14 miles west of Portland, one hour's ride hy
rail, three times daily; tllW to ?1M per acre. We
have 2-10 five-acre farms near Port A uncles, Wash. ;
t-50 per acre. Hend for our Hnlletin Xo. a.
FOURl FITS i
When I say care I do not mean merely to stop th?n
lor stime snd then have them return SKain. I mM';i t
radical cure. I have made the disesae of J; ITS, fcPIL
EPSY or FALL1NU BICKNKSSahfe-lougBtiidy. )
iwrrsnt my remedy to onre the worst cases. Because
' othere have failed is no reason for not now receiving
enre. Send'at once for s treatise and ft Free BmtU
of my infallible remedy. Give iiipress and Poet Offi
IFor LOSTorFAH-INf ItASHOOD;
General snd NERVOUS DEBILITY;
Weakness of Body and Kind, Effeoti
of Errors or Exoenes in Old or Younr,
SoliDaf. no lle aiAailoue luny moru. hu lurm.r,. su.
?t?.,::.r. .r.llin Mllllit TRBTBhNT Beotfltt In a dir.
Mm ttitlfy rrom 6U SUtes and i orelitD CooDtriM. Writ Ibem.
DmcrlDtla Book, nplusUss aid prodtt millid (wilfdj tf.
SsdwM ERIE MEDiCAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V.
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY.
Academic, Preparatory and Primary
Departments. Five regular courses, in
cluding the commercial in the Academic
Department. Discipline not harsh, hut
strict No had boys admitted. Kefcr with
confidence to patrons and pupils through
out the Northwest Coast. 1 leat hers. ZH
cadets 17 graduates last year. Fourteenth
vear under present management w ill he
tin SeDt lo, lal. For catalogue and other
fnforma ion nldress J. W. II1M M. D.,
Prmcipal, P. drawer 17, Portland, Or.
Itciin for a Itlvorr.
The Prases Nomrtimes divorce their
wivis (t apparently the most trivial
causes. Tims man luinied Suleiman
AttaU had wife, Ishakyeh. Tlu
woman fiv.ivteiitly worked for us, aiul
oil several .kyjisious 1 hail to complain
that she talked too inuoli ami worked
too little. At length I was obliged to
tell Soleimau that, owing to Iris wife's
lai'.iness, 1 could employ her no longer.
Shortly afterward I went to England.
Oil my return after a couple of months'
absence I was surprised to find that
Soleimau had divorced Isoakyeh, and had
already married another woman. On
inquiring from him tlu cause of this ho
replied, "Your honor told me Uiat you
would not employ, my wife wain, so I
thought 1 would get rid of her and
marry another woman whom you would
employ." Black wood's Magazine.
Sir ll.ivlr'a "nulla."
Perj;t. Aral'in had a facility of mak
ing bulls" which would have doth
credit to Sir Itoylo Kocho. llen is one
of theiu: "IVisoncr at the bar, if ever
there was a clearer case than this of a
man robbing his master, this case is that
case." "It is in my power," he said to
another delimiueut. "to subject you to
transportation for a imtuxI very consid
orably beyond the term of your natural
life, but the court, in its mercy, will not
go so far as it lawfully might go." His
happiest ctTort was perhaps the offer to
give another prisoner "a chance of re
deeming a character which he had irre
trievably lost." San Francisco Argo
Keening It toing.
The attention of the passengers m a
southern smoking car was riveted on a
straiurelv behaved negro. Ho rocked
himself from side to side without ceas
"What's the matter with vou?" asked
a traveler who was in the car.
"Does you know Dan MeGary?" in
quired the negro.
" l es.
"Well. sah. he sold me a silver watch
for $00," added the negro, still swaying
from side to side, "an' of I stops inovin'
dis here wav de watch don't fto no
uioah." New Orleans Picayune.
Principal to'iKikkeei)er During the
last few weeks you have made so many
miscalculations that I must &ik you to
be more careful in the future.
Bookkeeper 1 hope you will try and
overlook my miscalculations, as I am so
deeplv in love with your daughter that
half the time I don't know what I'm
doing. Mav I hope?"
"There, vou see, vou make another
miscalculation while I'm talking to you.
An Immpniw (.lobe.
The immense irlolie for the Paris exhi
bition represents the earth on the scale
of one millionth, and is nearly one hun
dred feet in diameter. Details are given
true pioixiitioiis, Paris occupying about
a third of an inch. All the great lines
if communication bv land aud sea ar
shown in detail. The earth's daily rota
tion may be precisely imitated by clock
work, a point on the globes equator
niovinsj an eightieth of an inch per sec
ond. New York Home Journal.
He (sentimentally) How shall I ever
leave thee, love? She (practically) Well,
if you go now you may get out of the
door. But I hear father coming and if
you don't go now you may go out at th
window. Lawrence American.
Grapes were first cultivated about 1276,
and previously to the reign of Edward
VI were brought in large quantities from
Flanders to England. The vine was in
troduced into England in 1552.
the old-fashioned pill. I oo
reckless in its way of doing
business, too. It cleans you
out, but it uses you ' up, and
your outraged system rises up
against it. Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets have a better way.
They do just what is needed
no more. Nothing can be
more thorough nothing is as
mild and gentle. They're the
smallest, cheapest, the easiest
to take. One tiny, sugar-
coated granule's a gentle lax
ative three to tour are ca
thartic. Sick Headache,
Constipation, Indigestion, Bil
ious Attacks, and all derange
ments of the Liver, Stomach
and Bowels are promptly re
lieved and permanently cured.
Mark Is on
In the world.
Send for lll'nirated Cinlnrue, Wr'-
WANTED The addresses of all soldiers who
oai nir-oei hometteaded a less number of
SOLUIEKs acres than 160 and made final
UnurPTTinO proof on the same before June
nU i LOILUU-J 22, 1874. W. E. MOSEB. r. O,
Box 7S6, Denver, Colo. Mention this paper.
VARIOUS METHODS OF
PRACTICED IN THE
A Kvrlom MIUr f t'niialtlmnMiin Ml
ldISlvr Tim iiilllot lnt, I ho roll',
IIik tiutlima mul 1 in slli-ul Hnilli
Tlio oxivution of nmWtu'torK lia Iwu
lerioun nmltor of iviwiilci'i.tioii for Inwglu'in
in all nation" nud in all time. Tbo mom
linrlwous tln nvu tl inoii lxu lmnmi the
liU'tliinl. Torturw vs iMiisidi-ivd a ie ad
Junet to capital punilmu'iit for wntariin.
Tim riii-k. tlio eauhlion. the Kli.liiMii. the
fiivensiM-'s daughter, tlio pimvrs, iron musk
and Knuri;o wciv employed, breaking oim
on the wlioel was tmpiilai- for a long time
th felon lKiug fastemsl, with his anus and
legs aimrt, to a luige wluvl, Ilia Ikiiii's were
broken by Mown from an iron Iwr. Male
factors we, o torn asunder by livuiw of horse;
thev were Imrneil nt the stake, ImuKcd, drawn
and uiiartenxl. Waved alive, boiled, hroueil
and roasted, nerved up todeiith in a thousand
w.i vs. each as revolting and ternelo as
kilUsI iiiirenuity could devise.
Torture is no longer employiHl, nut a menus
hicli shall lie swift, and us nearly as hviIiIu
ivunless, is employed. In Franco the guillo
tine, in Spam the garrote, in r.nginini ami
the United States the gallows tlirtwallitera
tious menace the malefactor. A touilh,
the gun, is usixl in military exivutions.
The guillotine was iIcsiitiuhI us a lalior
Jiving uiacliine during the lieign of Terror
by Dr. Guillotine, who was a memlier or tin)
Constituent assembly in KS'.. There were
too many lieaU to U iviiiovihI by the over
worked public executioner, and this devk-o
The apiviratus is very simple. Between
two nprighu slide a triangular knife,
weighted at the upiier edgv. It is held in
position by a catch. The victim is laid uion
a sliding or tiltiiig Ismrd, mvun-ly strapped
and pltuisl face downward, with liis nwk in
line w ith the groove. A narrow board, with
- ..: i.. i. n i... i i
SeiUI-t'ircumi auii'iiinuiiiiniiniHI wtui.b
him. then the trltger is sprung and the
descwulintf knifo il es tlio work. IX-ntu is
I siiw mi execution by tlio giiillotino lit
Marseilles some yoai-s aj;o. The victim was
young Ituliim, a wife inunlerer. I was sum
iuoiuhI to bo at the jail At daybreak, lu
France the eomleiutietl felon Jih not kuow
the day nor tbo hour iiiHiiyteil, This man
was aroused from sltei, pinioned, bulf
dragged, half jmsliwl, shrieking and moan
ing, into the yard, bound to tbo tilting plank
thrust forward and killed all in four min
utes. There was a great deal of blood, a
little tremor of the limbs, ono convulsive
movement of the eyelids. In Um uiiiiut-s
from the time the man had bcou aroused
from his sleep the executioner was taking
the apparatus of death airt.
Beheading by the sword bos been a favorite
method in almost all countries. I saw a
bead struck off by tlio two handed sword iua
village near Nagasaki, Janii. Both the exe
cutioner and his victim were deliberate and
cool. The latter knelt and Unved his bead
The former drew his long ami glittering
weapon, keen as a razor, wisd it with a bit
of gaudy silk, took bis stand, raised the
word, and with a quick drawing stroke
severed the bead, giving vent to a loud,
hissing aspirate as lie ilid so. The point of
the weapon did ::i't reach the ground. The
executioner then removed the stains with
some pieces of tissue par, wieil the blado
again with the silk, slieutbed it and strodo
proudly away, followed byt'tiviotis eyes. The
offender bad, I lielieve, testified falsely in an
examination by the tax collector.
The garrote is worse to my notion thnu
the guillotine, though but little blood is shed.
The felon sits in a chair. To a. stout post be
hind him are affixed two clasps of. iron,
which when joined em irele his neck.
Through the xt and the buck of the collur
passes a screw. When this is turned by the
executioner the collar is tightened, and nn
iron wedge enters the neck at the base of the
brain, dislocating the axis, piercing the spi
nul cord and producing instant death. I saw
a brigand thus killed at Valcenia. There was
no cap over the face. When the futul mo
ment came I heard, or fancied I heard, the
snap of the bono, and the contortion of tlio
face was ghastly. The head fell forward and
the criminal was dead, but the grisly horror
of the manner of his taking off buuuted me
Electricity is the swiftest and most cortain
of all possible means by which death may bo
inflicted. Ninety-five feet a second is the es
timated speed of nerve sensibility. Electric
ity travels lSO,0i0 miles in u like space of
time. The brain is paralyzed before it can
feel the shock, the victim of the current
passes from life to death without knowing
the blow. Obviously, there is a twofold gain
in this method. First, it entirely prevents a
mishap. The current pusses when the fatal
joining of the wires occurrs, und death is
given. The distant dynamo gives no sound
the condemned man may hear. Ho is led to
a chair and seated. One metallic conductor
is placed against the nupe of the neck, salt
water being applied to the hair to enable it
to transmit the cuiTeut. The other conduc
tor is placed on top of the head, the hair
being wet, or on either temple or both. The
connection is then made, and the man is dead
on the instant.
To solid the current from head to foot, as
proposed, is obviously a bad method. A pow
erful convulsion would inevitably result; the
muscles would still be in action after death.
1'assed through tho brain, the full effect on
the life centers would be felt and no convul
sion would follow. To have this occur at the
state prison is an eminently good feature.
There it fitly belongs, and the rigid discipline
of such institutions would prevent the influx
Of visitors common to city prisons. Besides,
the moral effect upou the other convicts would
To have tbo day and the hour concealed
frcm the dead man would rob his last days
ol tho melodramatic interest they possess for
his fellows in crime and make the fate more
terrible. There would be no halo about the
head of a felon who journeys to etate prison
merely to bo hurled on some unspecified day
and unknof)!i hour by a swift and silent agent
out from tho world be lias offended. No
boasts of "dying gamo,"uo incidents of his
last day und last hours nothing but his
being swallowed up living by the grim walls
of the penitentiary and cast forth again,
some day duod. Sew York World.
Gotham's Hebrew Clubmen.
The Hebrew clubmen of Now York city
are as distinct In their club life from Ameri
can or English clubmen as New England
Yankees from rambling Sioux. The mem
bers of tho Uarmonie, the Progress and the
Metropolitan, the three great Hebrew clubs,
seldom dine at the club house, never sleep
there, and do not have their mail addressed
to the club. They are home bodies until 9
o'clock, when they stroll around to the club,
take a hand at poker, pinochle or euchre, and
are back home again somewhere near mid
night. In some of the other big clubs at that
hour many of the members are planning how
to spend the evening. riow York bun.
.UliliioThioerot the t'tilttM Smlel'lieult Court
at St. Lulls litis reeeiill Imiulisl iIoh n su oplnleii
hii.I (irniiioil s pei'iH'imil liiunu tioii minimi ihe
ile(emliint In Ihe wine of the Homelier foiupiiiy
siiiiliikl Ihe Hruiiiieiiiiiii Uelueil PUIIlHiitl
Al.its liol.l Kprlns PHlllltiiit Co., prehlhlliini
Ihe ii.lveitUlllii, liiiuiiiliK'lillliin ornelllnu ol liny
iirllele ol' loinu h hllleu, either In hulk, by Ihe
tiiiUou or otherwise, or In liny n iimUlnu ueol
I lie inline " HoHleltev" eeepl liieomieellon till
Ihesnle of the genuine hilleis, h hh'h lire iiUmo u
sohl ill hollies seeun-lv senleil. mi.l also Mohl'i
Itliin Ihe sale ot tin v hllteis In hulk, Ihouuli Ihe
liiiuie" Hosteller" U' nol useil, but the nn'W'
lien linele to the nin 'Inner I lint he emi I'M I Ihein
In the euiiy Ibwtetter hollies, mul innehiiseis
Hoiihl nol .liM ioei Ihe .Uileivnce Ills ileelsloti
siipsirts Ihe IliletterCoiiipiinj In Ihe eelusle
use of the mime " Hosteller ' In connection vi tth
either the iiiiiniilHctinc or snle ol sloiuueh hllteis
in iniv milliner or form luitsoever, mul llnnlv
establishes us o m rshlp In Ihe mono "Ibwlet
tlT " HS 11 " l it VI'K S A M K."
Hew ho lives up lo his oprliinllle Is usiiiilly
lii luisy to live up lo Ills Income,
MAN KSI Mill KS 11 IM 4'Olt
III NuthliiK No Much HS til lining tlooil lo
Ills Kcllow Mnu.
Tacom v. Wash., June t, ISSI.
Ih. .. i:..limln,Sr,tttlc. IIVinA. PkakMim:
1 liuve been lukiior sou i' medicine seven
weeks, and it gives me the grealest pleasure
to tell you ami every one else who win ns
t.oi bow moe h irnnil tbev have done tne
When I think ol what I have sullcied and
how many doctors have tried Itieir skill on
me to no eartblv irood. how thev have tilled
niewitli morphine, chloral and other poi
miw until I wn neai'lv crav. and how
nmnv b u ndivds of dollars mv lioor liitsbaud
bus i:iid out in the last three years before
we hciii'il of voe.r woiidcrl'ul cures, I am us
toiii.shed to see myself to day able to go all
over the cilv, able to do my housework and
utter ii liiisv dav to be t ow ii anil have a
w hole nikrlit's wood sleep. Pear loctor, my
husband and I are very thankful to you for
what vour medicines have done lor me.
Mas. Jri.u I.onskai.k,
1M0I I'acjlie avenue, Kootu '.'I
Kit iTTi.r.. Wash.. June ?. IS'.H.
Our bsby wss very sick. iul we trhsl seversl
physlclsus lu town. None of Ihein sooiuiwl to
know what the lustier w hs. She cotthltl t stHiul
eoiihlu't plsv; U wst illlllcult tor her to net her
hresth; sue hsit etioklnn spells from the tlnis
she wss 4 mouths old; would choke every live
mluiucs ililrhm the iilnlit, sml wss (inject in
raiiviilslona snd nnisculsreoutrsctlon. tind
:"",': h.tr utflmf w
alsint Riven up hon of her netting well, when
we too her to Hr. Jordan, and In verv aliort
time ahe commenced to Improve until all thi'M!
avmptonm have dliapHareil entirely, aud he
haa not had a nlgn ol thmn lor aome wine.
It rives me ureal tdcure to malio this state
ment, so that others who have chll Iron that aie
111 may know where to take them tor treiimeui
MUfi. tlMHI.in n. unir.
Third utroet, between Hell and li:anclinl
Ir. Jordan's olllce is at the residence of
ai.Mnrnr Yesler. Third and James.
Consultations and prescriptions absoluto
Xyfr": . , . .. ................. ..... .r:.....
pcnil lor iree hook rxpiuiuuiK inn
Cactios. The HistoKonetio Medicines
are sold in but one mreticy in each town.
The laliel around the bottle bears the fol
lowing inscription: "lr. J. F.itgt'tie Jor
dan, llistogenetit: Medicine." Kvery other
device is a fraud.
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
Superior to every other known.
Used in Millions of I Ionics
40 Years the Standard.
Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky
Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable
No other baking powder does such work.
COR ONE DOLLAR sent us hy mall, we will di
I liver, free of all charges, to any person In tb
United Htates, all the following artkluBcarofull
packed in a neat hoi;
One two-ounce bottle of Pure VaHel!ne...lO Ct.
One two-ounce bottle Vaseline Pomade...l6 "
One Jar of Vaseline Cold Cream 16 "
One cake of Vaseline Camphor lee 10 "
One cake of Vaseline Hoap, uuscentd....l0 "
One cane of Vaseline Boan, scented '28 "
One two-ounce fcottle of White Vasoliiie.lifi "
Or for stamps any single artlolo at Ike prloa named.
If you hare occasioD to use Vasvllne in any form b
rturfil ti, uvrnifc nnlv iri-nulne goods DUt UB hy US I)
original pacSaictn. A (ureal many amggisu. are trying
persaade tmyrs to take VAHKLIJNK put up uy uein
bwr vk-IiI ti, mich tmnmunlon. as the article Is an unit
tlon without ralue aud will aot irire you the result yo
eipeet. A bottle of Blue Heal Vaseline 11 sola Dy al
lrua,'iU at 10 c.-ntn.
Cbesebrough HTg Co., 24 State St.,Rew York
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-the-Hudson,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is evident that he has made up his
mind concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
" I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle. ' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed." 0
N. I N. U. No. 394 S. F. N. U. No. 471
v. MOWN 'I'll IH.'
Wo orter I Hm llillltlied I'olhils' rettiird lor un
onseof eiiliirrh thill eiiunol he eiih"l hy IiiKIIik
Hull s I'liliiirh Cine
t''. J, I'lll'NbY v I'll., 1'iops., loieo.i. (
We, the umli isliiinsl, Inoe know u I''. .1 t 'honey
(or Ihe lust hi eios. Mini Is'lleve him ierleetli
liouotiihle III nil hiisliiess tmnsiielloiis slid llimu
hilh sble loeuri'v out Kin olillmill ininie n
their tlrin. Wis I ,v Hi ,
Wholcsnle liruiiulsls, loieilo, .
W VI IHSi., KINS VN .V M V liV IN,
M holcsiile lirils'iilsls, loieilo, 11
HiiII h Ciitinrh l ine Is tnl.cn Inteiniilh , nellnu
lltvctlv upon Ihe hloml ini'l mucous siirliiees ol
Ihe sslem I'estliiiolilHls seul liee. I lice, s
per hollle. SM h nil IM uuiilsls.
iiichI men lire only
milium incii llh their
Pollll.AMl Now II H A Hol KI.. Al'lillK Oil
the sllKK'slioll of the Ciiihmiiiii nl the
pressing need of u if Wn.n, limdciule.
priced bold, Messrs. t 'line A Uail.llie en-
uisliiH proprietors in me new i.sohmii.
Hold, liuve IrniiM.iiiiie.l their really do
Hunt liuiise into a linlel conducted on Ihe
iVliiet'iciui plan ut the nite oi ami
ier day or lOurnpi uu plan ul ieiil- to
'Special iiltenlioii will be paid to
liiiiiilies. The new r.siuoiul is md
behind any strictly llrsl class hotel mi Hie
I lei ou Willi! to hell Volll hllidliewl, or do Vol!
mint n lun lui r w Ith iin.nev , r no noiihiiiii
clerk'' WrllettKMKRM III MMirW AoKNl V. Mill
lienHiln, M hill.
I'f under' Orettou II noil I'm r I lie r In
tho henl remedy for that dread disease, dyapep-
la. for It regulauw the lymphatic ayslem
OX 15 KXJOVM
Both tlio nictlioil ami rcsulfa wTipii
Syrup of Figs ia taken; it in iiWuuil
mil refrooirnig to tlio tnnte, ami act
gently yet iromjtl on tlio Kiilnoyn,
Liver and Ilowew, cli-aimcH tne bj
torn cli'octually, iliniwU t'dliln, licail
tclu'S ami fovor nml cure haminv
oiiilimti()ii lu rnmiicntly. l'nr Rain
ia SOoaml 81 Iwttli-s ly all druggiHta.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
SAH FRAHCISC0. C4.
10UISVIUC. K1. Ifllf 1QRK. t
lll.l Until ami Hllvrv ll.-lulll: srlt.t nir old (lull!
and Hllvrr l.j n.sll to Uis nlil and r. dlaldr li"iiw l A
Uuloiuau, II Third str.fl, Han Krauols.-..; I ill sand !
rrturn n.sll ll.s oa.h. anc rdiiis U asssy; If tin auiuuul
Is out sailafManry. will irturi. in.ni.
For Farmers! For Everybody 1
Table Peaches, vary fine, per dot .. 12.10
Tabls Plums, " " ... J -JO
Table Orunet, " " .... '-35
Tsble Barllell Pearl, 210
Table Fruit, aMorted. all kind! 1.75
Pla Fruit, itiorted. per doi 100
Order hy tho ran, dosen, case or carlnad.
SMITHS GASH STORE.
4IA-4IH Front Ntret.t, Sail fran. Isno
This ricturo, Tanel ak mailed fc 4 cent.
J. F. SMITH & CO.,
Maker of "Bile lieana,"
255 L 257 Greenwich St., N. Y. City.
TUSO'S REMEDY FOR
I'St tO UHC. (;ll('llK
euro ih certain. For ('nlil
It in an Ointment, of
to the nostrils. Trice fiOc.
mail. Address: K.
r I I L I asa 0 sv
12 25 I
fevKa, 1 ' 11 111 Xuur Ari luube-
cleaning d,na sec.
A STRUGGLE WITH DIRT
GoeB on in civilized ttoeifity from the cratllo to the prave. Dirt in dflfra
datioD and degradation io des;truction. Women, esjieoially, nre judged
bv then habits of liouaeliold ricuTiliiicsB, and no Htronper comlrrnniiiion
can be expresHcd than "she keejis a dirf.v lionse and a filthy litdieii." Hut
tie strupi'le with dirt id often unequal, Hio woinim's wealiness or tlio
worthiCBanesH Die ho;itp nfie uneH iii.iki- it itniiom-iljle to overconu; tit
l; use of H MHlI
Buy four Own Goods if Your
ADVANCE THRESHERS, '
THE BEST IN AMERICA.
Chemiriil Flrif EiikIiior and ExtiiiKiiIshors, Kirn Hiihu und lii'pnrtiiimit Hiipplifs, Stomii T-imnilry
Miioliincrv, I'll in k of all kinds, Hihhs OoimIh, i'Iik mid KUllnifK, lliini-ork IiiHplnitnrs, Miirimt Work
ll.-ltiiiK and Hose, Wn-nclies, Lubilciitiiiir Oils, Church, HcIkidI iiii.U-'nrm Dolls. Kuitiiiesuiid llniliTH,
IlliickHiiilth Drills and Fumes, llinit-'ii'H, HiiriU'B, SiirliiL' mid Kxpriws Wilsons, tlio lui'K'i'st iiKsortniunti
of Carta In Portland. Dealers, write for prices. For further Information cull on or address
Z. T. WRIGHT, Foot of Morrison Strest, PORTLAND, OR.
THIS and THAT.
XXow It XAroala.".
llu'.l.i , M.I ,1 eh.'.'", -W,
wiisionlhod to tho
Imiii-m Iwu weeks Willi
IiiIiiImil-o. I'Ht SI. JnrobS
Oil cm i d Ilie i no ro
tmii. M. A. lioi.ltlU
Keller Vlile. Mo., I'el.. 7. IHIW.
"st. Jiicohi nil In wiihotil a pc rforpiilus,
bruises, .'lies,.Ve," Ihv.T.H. llvWKINi,
I'll I .r ll iautfhilich.
I'm. Iiiiiiill.ulilw, A It a. IHWft.
I sullen . I Willi it pi...!.' .1 ankl.i whh h
welled cry i.ui. h, I'miiicI v' "l relief In
of Ht. Jiu'.'hi mi. I swill. i. i dlMipi'i'ireil,
M .I.I.IK lln kS.
ST. JACOBS OIL
The Great Remedy For Pain,
STCINWAY, GaMer and Tease Plmoi
u .... iivmt I'iihi. Mai.s. and lh farorlla
; o:.i"r I'Isii.si; all M.isiiml lii.in.iin i.u; liaii.ls l)ua
iillnl; Is. no .(.' 4 Muvt M.i.lo HT.ISWS llsl.l. i
liuilanil l'.l Hire.; Mrtiiis (Ins llo. IWI
Mil ...ir iimw ..,,,. nrt w
CUHE0 TO ITr CURED.
Wr want ihe iun.ra.id ad-
ilrrv.ul cvrtv slllli rrr llllh
ft nXIIP.IR I'.S iiii.K ans.U. A.ldrrss,
S HO I nillH Mlsr.lslljss..P.Biiils,H.
iToOHriTlniin., H'l-li Ml, 11 M.ml-
k Hanson..., M K ; niidiwUl on l.tl.
K.ir..M-al. aud A...-.I.-... idan Tl.la Is und
tu,. I...I...S...I..-1.1 ot I'os.l. M.inU )'. snd Is Ilia
Ik. I ruiullysud llii.ln.-as M.'i.s ll,.l.. In Man ro.
ilsnii II. .nn- O..U.I...H. c.ll.ll". lll.. li lll. llrsl elaaa
s..ri.-. I.MI..-SI standard ..I r...-."..l"llr s.ia.anUw.r
Hoard and i.nn day 1 to t-'11; siimle r.sn. M
,h.iiU u. 41 uu iwr nl.lil rr.Hi .a. li i ami Imai ma
LEARN TELEGRAPHY. IZ
uaut yoiiiiK iiu-n l..r rallmad i.rlii-i'S. It srasiiy
li-am.-d l ays w.dl. h;::-v.-s and van.-.-inont
aur... Addross J. V. hKYMlll lt, ltU' Washing
ton sttwt, rorlland, Or.
$100 for S20.
KufAI. TU INY IIKI Ml. IIINK h.r S.-. , rl.-lt II
liiii.r.'1-.l..n. r(. i t .illoni.i.-iit nnd inniillnldliig.
Iiuiil.lo .'ii m1 (on d I ii I und siniill l.-ll-t), V
sli.ult- -.i.- 1 ' '"'
N-n.l h.r i iiiiiloKUi'. .,,.
S.i!e Au'nl I'm UU- l'..u-l, I'-'l .MotilKniiu-f) sln-ot.
Hutu. II Afl ( U lln lisL.I MMM 'l UU I t' lC t
illt-.til (t IHtn ht II il M l Ki a ("II-"' l, if ftiH Wi-H
(hi .Ir.iK. ju.tl a 'it t t i t-r t uitaj tt 1. 1 i j. i i'rn Iti
mi f,.t. riu..k u A-.t ! u. : yrt !...., uf S Uttil.-r i
linltTl.iiml ltrtiivcul I. r tiff Hi-" " m A'l n'M(ii.iiiiU
t't'iifltfotii 'IcuMU Urtolu I . ir i' Hn.it iPi (,,. , rt Kiiu
m'u, svjU mffiiU Mill avUln-. ( ii It- k t'A
rut MAT r. H T
a ' crn v a nirarn - ......
Ak your il.l..r for It, or .-ml l.-r Kr.o Cln ulor t
lVtiiluma lnnilmtor Co., .'daliim;), fa!.
TUu U Is tho ark nowlw1r"
li'a.lsi.K rrinnly lor all Ilia
initial. .ml (t!arharKa and
.rlvalo.lia,asHartf nisn. A
rrllnrure for tin .iPblll
tatlnn weakut-as pei-ullar
Ml J suit J i.rea.-r , Ih It and reel aare)
lsCMIsi.ri I 0 In r.-rninnieuuiug it tw
CiSlissUi.OtPTsl ' J'""-. '
I i. a lonr n, w u.,ui' inmi in.
Koll lT liroli.
BE A IS.
. IU st. Etifli- ri
iiiiiui'iliutu. A I 1
it Iiuh no iMiual. 13
in the II.-iul
which asmtill iiiirticle iH
' Hi-tit liy l i
en, l'a. 4
Holi' hy ilniL'iriHls or s
T. H,.r;iriNE, Warren
ham, BM A ttat -. ,
Ji hi wiiiH .i.-isily.
Dealer Does Not Carry Them.
PARRY CARTS AND ROAD WAGONS,
Best and Cheapt In the World..
Carts, $15 Up. Wagons, $50 Up.
"rVrTHPl AS" st..i'.riiNK II"
All ti Kill II ft 11 ..'."' i- !'
1 H Plllll W u.-'i-ti-i- .n
74 B i 111 i -ljB"IMjy
w-'"" tt. 4S1IIHUK
1.50 ; Zar' m
I It 1 luU.a'S.
TraaaaaZSaM'M .rS 1