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8VRK CCKE FOR FILES.
Hare cnr for blind, bulling and itching Ftlea.
One box h crnwl the ortt cam of tvn vaars'
standing. No one need sulTW tin mltiiit. sailor
slug Kirk's Itarmau Pile Olntnu'iit It ahuorbs
tumors, allays the Iti-hing, acta poultice,
glvoe relief. Dr. Kirk's (Urmaii I'lle Ointment
It pnaml smly for I'ikvs and Itching of the
private parts, ana notautg oim urery box
Hold by Drnggtet and sent hy mall on nnvlpt
of prlca, 1. ai per box. J. J. Mark A Co., Whole
sale Agvuu, tau Francisco,
On the move
Liver, Stomach, and Bowel
after Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets have done their work.
It's a healthy movement, too
a natural one. The orc;ai
are not forced into activity
one day, to sink back into a
worse state the next. They're
cleansed and reflated mild
ly and quietly, without wrench
mg or griping. One tiny,
sucrar-coated Pellet is all that's
needed as a gentle laxative;
three to four act as a cathar
tic. They're the smallest,
cheapest, the easiest to take.
Sick Headache, Bilious Head
ache, Constipation, Indigestion,
Bilious Attacks, and all de
rangements of the Liver,
Stomach and Bowels are
promptly relieved and cured.
ALL OL'K 6.KKIW A K K Tfcl Kit. It you
want the very best kimxIs that yon know
will grow, at push price, write us.
?L?' P. l. prissnai sriu Warehouse
ZDS - , "I; ' 170
2d street Portland, Oregon. Front st
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side'. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manfr,Woodbury,N.J.
A GAIN OF A POUND A DAY IN THE
CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "ALL
RUN DOWN," AND HAS BEGUN TO TAKE
THAT REMARKABLE FLESH PRODUCER,
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH
Hypophosphites of Lime I Soda
IS NOTHING UNUSUAL. THIS FEAT
has been performed over and over
again. Palatable as milk. En.
dorsed by physicians. sold by all
Druggists. Avoid substitutions and .
DO YOU ENJOY GOOD TEA?
We have the real Ceylon, new. direct import,
in original cases. Pronounced by tea drinkers
superior to any in this market. Price 90 Cents
per tb. Any quantity not over 1 tb by mail post
paid at $1 per tb. Cheaper than cheap tea. Try it.
416-418 Front Street,
KS2 SA FRANCISC0. CAL.
A MUSEUM OF DEATH.
PLACE THAT IS FULL OF
Catacomb, or Sicily' Capital notorial
TragviltM la th A lit ttooui Skle
tuna In Full View lit. t ! Staiidluif
in Niche. I.Ik Statue.
The capital of Sicily Palermo which
claims nearly a quarter million (mmjiIo, Is not,
Umu the whole, a very iiitciiwtin,; city, al
though what w in America call a very
"smart" one. It is slowly drawing the lif
Mood from Messina, on the other end of the
north coast It lias the avcrav number of
churches, with their costly spiritual furni
ture; it ha hatidosmo view from the lulls
that nearly surround it: it haa a museum
containing some of the stone fragment of an
cient Greece and Koine; hut ly far its great
est ami most unique curiosity is its Museum
of IVath. It is situated near one of tlm
edge of the town, and i called tlm Capu
chin catneomks. I said that catacomta
weiv generally dull alTairs; hut this is most
startling exception. I do not U-heve titer
is any one plai-e in the world that is so full
of sensational horror.
You enter a plain hall hung with multi
tude of small tinting. These are pictorial
tragedies, telling the form in which death
came to those within. One pictures a duel;
another the frightful stampislo of a horse
the victim crushed under his heels; another
the poor victim's fall from a housetop;
another the fatal lute of a serpent; still
another portrays a death in the shock of bat
tle. Many are pictured dying quietly in
their beds; some are floating away from
themselves into the regions of eternal bliss.
I used to wonder at the Italian in America
who came to the stonecutter anil wanted him
to engrave upou his little boy's tombstone a
picture of the load of hay from which he fell
to hts death, but here was the same thing.
only it was Sicilian bay, and done in oil in
stead of marble.
But this was only the anteroom to the great
assembly room of death. A mild, innocent
looking barefooted monk led us into a long
corridor, with strong shelves upon each sid
arranged not unlike the bertha of
steamer, only there were five or six of them
in a tier. Upon these shelves lay in full view
the skeletons of the departed many of them
clothed as if they were still living. Some of
them had w hite kid gloves upon their hands;
one woman was dressed in pink satin, and
the poor grinning skull wore a white lac
cap. surrounded by a wreath of pink arti
ficial roses. Two brothers embraced in
death; sometimes a whole family were thus
Often there were suspended near the bodies
their photographs while living. There never
could be given to mankind a plainer lessou
concerning the vanity of all earthly object
The beauty of womanhood smiled within a
few inches of the shrunken bones that formed
its doleful wreckage. Handsome and intel
lectual man faces apologized for the poor,
idiotic looking remains that lay behind them.
A lovely girl of 13 and a grand faced old
lady of 80 were among the life and death
THEIR OWN GRIM 8TATCE3.
Many of the dead stood upright in niches
their own grim statues. Some bowed their
blighted heads as if in deep reflection; others
were kneeling as if in praver. Sometimes a
group of cronies sat together, as if talking
over old times. None but could easily be
found by inquiring friends, for each and
every one bore a tablet contaiuing the name
and the date of death. Cardinals in their
faded red robes were there; bishops by the
score, lords and ladies by the hundred, and a
king and queen were not wanting to rule
over this silent and peaceful colony of the
Through not only one but many of these
awful corridors our bright faced monk led us
for there are 8.000 guests in the solemn hos
telry. In the middle of the floors were great
piles of coffins, heaped up like luggage at a
railway station. Some of them were win
dowed with glass and showed plainly their
ghastly occupants; others charitably sealed
their contents from the eye. This commu
nity of the dead years, is not without its little
ones; in many places lie the skeletons of
children dressed in dainty baby clothes. In
fact, there is no lesson in the great text book
of mortality that this unique cemetery does
As I emerged once more into the blessed
air and saw live sunbeams dancing around
me it was with an effort that I adjudged my
self sti)' the living. I felt for a while like
an est r i skeleton, and after pounding and
pinching myself to be sure that I was all
there I walked away, thanking (iod that the
soul and body are two different institutions.
Will Carleton's Sicily Letter in New York
Matthew Arnold's Street Courtesy,
Matthew Arnold was not quite in harmony
with our American ideas of ordinary behav
ior, or what, at least, used to be our Ameri
can lueas. nis standard or courtesy was
European. The story was told by a Boston
lady at the time of his first visit that, being
bound for Tremont temple to hear Mr. Ar
nold lecture, she got into a street car that
passed down Tremont street, and found the
seats all occupied. She happened to find her
self, as she stood grasping a strap, exactly in
front of a rather tall foreign gentleman of a
somewhat to her uncouth appearance. She
had stood there some little time when the
foreign gentleman leaned for ward and asked
her whether the car went past Tremont tem
ple. "It does, sir," she said. "Ah, thanks,"
said he. "And how shall I know, please," he
went on, "when we have reached Tremont
templer "I am going there," the lady said,
"and I will let you know when we arrive."
"Ah, thanks," he said again, and settled back
into his seat.
The lady hung to her strap until the car
reached Tremont temple. She beckoned the
conductor to stop, and then said to the for
eign gentleman: "This is Tremont temple."
"Ah, thanks," said he. They got off to
gether, and the lady soon discovered, upon
the lecturers appearance at the desk, what
she had already surmised, that the gentleman
who had questioned her was Matthew
Arnold himself. She thought it a little odd
that, having ventured on the inquiry, he
should not have returned the favor of her re
sponse by offering her his seat; but the
thought probably never entered his head.
And the usage in this matter in Boston is as
similating so completely to the European
standard that the lady, for that matter,
might fare just the same today with an out
and out Yankee lecturer. Boston Transcript.
An Expensive Possibility.
: Chicago Lady John Wabash, you went to
bed lust night with your boots on.
Chicago Husband Er did I?
Chicago Lady Yes, you-er-did. What
would you do if I went to bed with my
Chicago Husband I'd have to buy a new
bed. The Epoch.
A New York physician says he is con
tinually surprised bv the increase of wealth
and power among the Jews.
ENORMOUS OIL GEYSERS.
RilMlan Well That Pl-tiilllo MoT Than
a Whole Anierlvau Held.
Statistic of the oil business in Itus-tin Itavs
just iviii'liod this country, and American oil
lieu niv studying them with n gitut deal of
anxiety. The output of nuiny of the Hus
sion wells is prodigious, and far eclipses any
thing ever heard of in tins country. Tltctu
is no lietter way to bring this fact to them
li.itti by a few comparison. Take a well al
Itakil called tlio"Wet Nurse," It ha Ihvii
yielding oil for twelve year, and in that
time has aitr.igcd m.'! gallon a day.
These figure are amaing to ait American
oil producer. They moan that I he well ha
prodtiivd I U.Ht.l gallons of oil, or over
;i,tXH,(Xl luirivls. These llgltitw are -ilnrtling
to the people of this country when they turn
t the statistics of their own industry and
find that this one well has produced three
times as much as Tit hole in a year of its
wonderful business. It lacks les limit -ilM,-OiKI
barrel of producing as much its the fu
rious Oil Creek district prixlm-ed in ISiHI, its
lost prolific year. The Washington district,
among the richest ever discovered in Amor
leu, in 1S7, its haimcr year, produced but
.VXl,(kH1 IkiitcIs. This is but bV.iVO barrel
more than the output of this one well in
Hussia. The wonderful Thorn Creek pool, In
ItuUer count r, produced in its Uwt twelve
mouths hut '-MVS.tHM barrels more than this one
Hussia n gusher. The "Minoen No, A," also
at Baku, has for six years produced -M.OilO
gallons a day. lhis is iiIhivo 'J.OOO barrels,
and the production of Cogley, Tarkillaud
Kisl Valley, three prolific Venango county
pttols, produced but l.'.Xo barrel in ISStl, their
I best Vear.
The rveo-d is given of a well driven by the
Noliel Brother, called the "lroojh well."
It cost f 7,-i00 to drill. The record of the well
is thus stated:
"This w, -II spouteil for 11.1 days, the yield
being .1.41X1 ton a day for forty-three days,
IXX) tons for thirty and UXi ton for eleven
days. The well was then plugged and the
supply kept under ground for further wants.
The total amount of oil stoutcd by this well,
according to the lowst estimate, was Si.tXX)
tons, or .Vi.ixxi.lXXi gallons; aivording to the
highest estimate, .VXI.lXXi tons, or li'i.lXXJ.OiX)
The spray from one of those geysers was
blown through the air for eight miles. Kive
hundred well have Ikvii sunk in the Baku
districts, 'Jxi of w Inch, irresiiective of the
enormous fountains, are now producing .VKl,
OiXl.lXXI gallons of oil every year. It is the
opinion of American onorators now in that
field that this "How could I' increased ten
fold or a hundredfold. ''-Tittisvilled'a.) Cor.
Much Ado A Imiu I a Cent.
The smallest deposit ever made in this
city wius that of Postmaster Jcwett, who
recently jilaccd one cent to a special ac
count of a (.'otnatu-lie c.iiinly HjstmaHter
iu tho Wichita National bank, who iu
his quarterly settlement last fall wan
found short this amount. The depart
ment will Imj duly notified of the credit
made. The second assistant pwtinaHter
general will notify the auditor of the
treasury, and in turn will demand a re
ceipt from the treasurer of the, United
States at New York, who will send this
receipt in triplicate to the postmaster
general, the treasurer of the United
States and the Comanche county jtost
mastcr. Great isj the circumlocution
office! Wichita Eagle.
In France a new "mnjjie luitror" has
lately been introduced. It consists es
sentially of a glass plate eoatea with a
film of platinum so thin as to be trans
parent to light coming through from bo
hind, while being a true mirror or re
flector to light impinging on it from the
The mare Stinol cost Robert Bonner
fll.OOO when he bought her from Gov
ernor Stanford. The price Mr. Bonner
paid Mr. Vandertnlt for Maud S was
40.000. Maud S's record is 2:08 j; Sunol's
The Hawaiian race has been steadily
dwindling in numbers during the pres
ent century, and the latest census gives
it a population of but 40,000, or a de
crease of one-hulf within a half century.
ritUVKO TO KK TIIK BEST.
Tested and proved by over thirty years
use in all purU of the world, Ai.li oi u'h
I'oroub Plahtkkh have the indorsement of
the highest medical and chemical authori
ties, and millions of grateful patients, who
have been cured of distressing ailments,
voluntarily testify to thuir merits.
Ai.li ock's Porous Plaktkrh are purely
vegetaoie. iney are iiiuu but ellective,
sure aim ijuick in tneir uction and abso
Beware of imitations, and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation Ask for Ai.i.
cock's, and let no solicitation or explana
tion iiiuuue you 1,0 accept a sunsiiiuie.
An old sad sea dog
Is probably a dismantled
For an irritated throat, cough or cold
"Brmvn's Bronchial Troche" are ottered with
the fullest confidence in their cflicacy. Hold
only in boxen.
If Ignorance Is bliss, the wonder Is why so
many iwojae eompiuiu 01 ueing IiUHcrahie.
4 A nrTirf mpphihv
There is always a best even
among a score of good things,
and every pipe smoker who has
tried the Mastiff brand acknowl
edges it to be the sweetest, cool
est smoking tobacco made. It
does not bite the tongue, and is
positively free from any foreign
J. Ii. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmond, Virginia.
-AS KXKKGKTIC man, who
euu furnish good references, to rep
resent us in this country. Address
CONTI.NK.NTAb HLII.fiING AM)
LOAN' ASSOCIATION, No.:l Montgomery street,
tin 11 Francisco, C'ul.
How the human system ever recover (rom the
had etteel of Hie UHiiaeoim medicine ultra
literally poured Into It lor the suppoMiUe re
lie! ol il'Miln, ler complaint, eoimllpii
I Ion, rlieuiiiHllHiu mid oilier ailment 1
mynlery. Hie mlxelilei done liv Im.l
medicine I neiueeh leu t lion ' Unit
cued liv disease. II the) ho hiv weak, hlllou,
ilH'plle, constipated or rheumatic would oil
euer ! itnldetl h the cxiiei lence ol Inviillil ho
hae thoroughly lested llostelter Slomnrli llll.
tein, they would III eeiy Instance ohlalu the
ediel ll tlcrlmlilc (roni rational inedli iilloii.
I hi medicine Is n .ciuyMiiu mid al the une
lime IhorouKhlv nie reined), derived iroui
veijelahle source iin.1 ssseMluu, In consequence
ol lis IukU n( pure iltlls, procitlca hh h medic
liinl stimulant not to he linnid In the lleiv lonil
hitler and slluiulanl olleu resorted to hy the
lehllltateil, il)speplle anil hiliKUld.
The farmer w ho hides hi Unlit under huahel
incur the risk of nccdliiK n nen hum.
IIKItUEU AIIOIT II V A MtONCKir
I am not hIuiIiik to convince menial halilca, a
Indeed thai would he frultle without Ihe ins'
ensary cultured Intellect Dull iinikc lolc ill
rattle. Koree, brilliancy mid originality even
are no wchii to attack a slave with. Kor many
eenlurle Ihe imsllc.il art was hedged alsml h) a
rocrltlve IiiIhio w hlch II, a yet, ha uol ur
vived. The hraud (or inunleilmt truth I Ihe
penalty of liulvccllitv tauiHsl iihiu the meiitul
eallherol the avcriiKC tnilltlduiil In n-lulloii to
medicine and medicine tiieu. The sun of (lie
nineteenth century ha not yet d ncd itsiu hi
Intellectual horUon. Me, loitethcr w ilh hi Ideal
inedlcliie man, still hiU'riinlc In the good old
day of the dark uc, w hen It w a had form to
he lliililltlvi. lie Ml t It " Ih-IIcvc " III hlee.llnii,
lillsterliiK. vomlilin:, uri;liiK and weiitlui,'. He
love eoplou dime of horse uiciliclne. Ilede
lluhls In asnahi tlihi and eiilniuel and rsrhollc 1
acid They arc considered lii'llsin'Hsiihli no '
w ell-reiiuliitcd lainllv , II ll I'lKim Inlellcets ittnl i
H Ixliiiii iiln I ileveioeuieiil, conHhlcr llsell sulu
w ithout ilinoe faiiill) lun-s. I 'hee I do uol l-h
to convert; they are llie lilp Villi W Inkle that
n ill eoniliiue lo luiiilicr throiiKh this and nh
aht) Ihrounh Ihe next eenlnr). They play tut
nle in the world hlstorv. I bi'V live; Ihev die.
No iiioiiument maikn their foruiitleu ncpali'licr.
Iliiuimiiiy w not enriched ly l ln-lr entrance;
it ha lost uolhttiK hy their cult. They arc drift
wihsI on the horr of lime, and Hon! Willi Ihe
ehh and ttdc of opinion they have Inherited
(rout their aullinisnnorplile ancestry. No, II I
not lo these I wish In adilrrs mv ell, Iml to llie
thlnklm: ours, w hoiii a llioiuhl iIih' lint thn
lulo an epileptic piiroxvain: ho love know ledue
for Us ow a sake: u lio are u lllluit to luveatlxule
the truth or inl-ity of any pnsirilon, and, once
convinced, w ill stand hy It llirotiKh all Ihe urlm
ace of a cluillrrlni; and ileliiyed ch llliilioii
To these not (he ehiillerer. Iml Ihe thinker I
commend the llisloKcnelle Statetn for UoenlUa
lion, and w III eliieldale n Ith pleiiaure any uue
tlou uol suilieicull v clear In hik, w hlch v. Ill he
sent free to any addrcs.
Dr. Jordan's otlice Is at the resilience of
ex- Mayor YetiUir, Third and James.
Consultations and prescriptions absolute
tiend for free book explaining the Ilisto
Caption. The Hislogt netio Medicines
are sold in but one agency in each tow n.
The label around the imttle lears the fol
lowing inscription- "Dr. J. Kugene Jor
dan, ilistogeuetiu Meiliuine." Every other
device is a fraud.
TIIK HOI.TON HOI SK, I'OltTI.A MI.OK.
Centrally loeatisl; Ainerleau.V KnroHiiu plan;
llrsteluss; reasoiiahli; rate. I'. . Hohy, prop.
Merchant Hotfi., Third and 1) streets,
Portland, Or. Kirst-class uci:omiiioilations.
Kales, l toll.MJperdny. Jacob llass, prop.
UteEnamellueHtove Pollnh; uoduat, uo imelL
Try Oermka for breakfast.
Of all kinds and In any iinuntlly
saleainl retail -al uri
E. J. BOWEN,
65 Front Street, Portland, Or
0 Send for eatnloxue.
Cipi P SEMINARY
II tL U Oakland. Cal.
Twentieth year, is I'rolesHor and Teacher.
Comprise Primary, Intermediate, Aeadetnle mid
College I'repiiriiturv liepiirtinenfs.
btbl McTHOUS UF INSIHUC1I0N tWPLUTtU.
THOKOL'HII si MOI.AI1NIIII' K.X AI I KIl.
llulldliiKS iuvitlm; and eomfortahle. liroimils
ample and attractive.
jinn. vv. 11, 111 nr., rriucipiii.
AMI SKI I KK
in de 111 a ml.
Address, J. ('. SKYMOCR,
s THE COST IS
I .'Jf.'r'TtR 80 VAB8..,
ii t ill ii n n n 11 s y n n 11 n rin . v ji wjiiti 1 m m )( u a
THE HARTMAN PATENT STEEL PICKET FENCE
Ousts no more than an iinllnury clumsy woful picket all'iilr that olistruets Ihe view unit will rut or fall
apart In a short time. Tim " llarlman " Fence Is arllslle In ileslun, prnlecls the ki'iiiiiiiI wltliotit roii
eeallm? them anil Is pracllciilly kvkklahtinh. I l.l.l'HTHATKI) ('ATA I.OIII'K WI'I'll I'UK'KS AMI
TKSTIMOMAI.S MAII.KI) KKKK.
f Always mention this
DISO'S REMEDY FOR
A est to Use. Cheapest.
cure is certain. For Cold in
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE.
La die, nut DrtiairUt for Chichftfir$ ftnaUih Diarrvmd lirand In Red ami Gold inotklllo
buzei malHd with blue ribbon. ThLc no
All pills to paiteboard mxen, pink wrmpper. mre dunacroua countrfi lta. At Drunglnu, or wnA
44. In atarap fur partleu lr, tcttlraoulmli, nl 'K'iTf for Iarito,n in letter, by return Mull
1 W.OIIO Tc.tlmonlaU. Samt Paptr.
Bald br all Local UrunbU.
Wtel" 8i B to
THE BEST IN AMERICA.
Chemical Fire Engine, anil Extinguishers, Fire Hoee and Department Bnppllea, Bteam Larjntfn
Kaehlnery, Pumps ol ail klndii, Brass Goods, Pipe and Flttinee, Hancock Ineplrators, Marine Worl
Belting and Hone, Wrenches, Lubricating Oils, Church, School and Farm Bells, Engines and Bollan,'
Blacksmith Drills and Forges, Boggles, Barries, Bering and Express Wagona, the largest annnrrnssn?
at vara in roruaao. jMaiais, write tor pnees. For
I L I1IIIT, Fcst if Csrrisoi Stmt. POETUXi, a
it, iim., ii.m.. .... ni... ...... i 1
fTT or Hutu, I'irY or Totiie,t
U'CA t'ol'NTY, I
flUNK J. t'UKNKY tasked cillll Hint lie
la the en lor partner of the II r tit ol K. .1 i'iiknkv
d 10., doliiK liUMlne In llie eltv ol Toledo,
coiiult and Hlatu aloioiilil. and rhnt nlil II mi
will nav the mm lit ( ON K II l N l l It I lull. I, A Its
lor each and every cae of I t i t mill Hint i hhiihI
he euied h) Hie use ol II M l.' i' u viiiin 'l iik.
Kit ASK .1. til IN K V.
Swurit lo heforc me ami aiihscrlhed In lit) re
etiee thl nth ilav ol lieeeinher. ,. It. Isni '
lMI.. ' A. W. III K VSUN,
Ilii'l'a Tatin'rli Cure I taken luleriiall' , and
acts directly on the hlood wii.t tnucou sm tsce"
of llie atsteui. Heud for lesilnumlal. lire.
K. .1. I'lll NKV .V I'll.. Toledo. O.
Hold by liriiHKMs; V.'C.
I . ' k 1 1 1 u tor llower llhniil thorn I one of
Ihe hes wuv In llie woild of Ini.llnu your lime
I'OIM'H UK nn KI Sl'
Kor lite 'oiildeiallnii of Itiiplureil
Our knowledge, experience and liiuiiicial
atamliiig enable us lo give a bond in all
eases taken lor treatment. We arc not op
erating with kuil'e or syrihitc, lior hi 1 1 1 iik
trusses, but are curing 'rupture . We fur
nish over Tim successful results iu men,
women, children, and even Illinois, in the
past live years. 'e invite personal cones
jioudeitce, in which we will be able lo de
cide whetlieror not you call he permanently
cured, TiikO. K. Mm 1 i-h CovirxNV. '
Corner I'll III and Washington sheets,
Port laud, Or.
A Ture Cream of Tartar lWtlcr.
Superior to every oilier known.
Used in Millions of Homes
40 Years the Standard.
Delicious Cake and I'aslry, I.ip.ht Flaky
lliscuit, tlri.ldlf Cakrs, 1'al.itutjle
No other Ijakitijj powder docs such work.
)llltIKI.I llll H I , llu.li Nt.ls-t M.ml
IW rertler Hutm. H. ; nnliicl.,t oil boill Ui
KnnM.it iel Auir1eftit lUii 'fill llotU U uailri
tkt iiikiumt-iiieiit of l'irli MunUoiiirry, ami I Iht
Iwsit PuiMllr and HiinIium Men HoU'l In Hu rna
dunk Hum ormfert, lllll llllelis-lled. firat-i
nrrvliw, lituliiMit laielartl nl reiiMS-ulnlltv auamntaHnl
ltenl ftjei risau twr ilr, 1 'J& Ui lie; tiuiile rmiei, 61
oa-iiU Iu $i UO pec ullil. If re ocli Iu aiij fnua Un
CURED TO STAY CURED.
Wc w.int the luniran.l a. I
ilrcssul rvrry mitlerrr m llie
U. S. aniK anaiU. A.l.lrrs
Haxstd Hay, D . BuSala.IT
WE WANT to BUY
- Knit (H H fl.lK.NTM
S-ud ii lli-t of your pn'rty w Ith !! term.
TEVISA. FISHER, Real Estate Agta
I I I'uat Street, Nan I'murlarii,
liKIKHKSi r.i i.eorce ('. IVrklna of liixulnll
l'erkln .V Co., Win. Alvonl of Hunk uf I 'iillfnrtilu
I., liotllk' of iieruiau Saving mid loun Sucietv
IjivcII White of H, I'. Nivliig I nloll. Irving M
Scull. if I 11I1. 11 Iron Work, I.e. IHl'cIhw ol Sm
Ink's and bum Siclety, Itohert I. i ohlu of 1 1 1 Iht
Ilia Siivlm; and I J .11 1 1 Kieletv, l.lovd Tevi nl
Wells, Kargo X Co., .1. II. Ilnggiii, W.Y. iload.
YOU WANT IT!
OUR NEW CATALOGUE
MAILED FREE TO ANY ADDRESS
SEND FOR ONE.
WILL FINK, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
Beaver Falls, Pa.
paper hi wrilliiK-1
CATA RRII. Rest. Eaui-
Relief in immediate. A
the I lead it has no equal.
Thn nnl Hmf. Mu-. nr1 rUhl phi fm. u
other kind. Rffut 8nbititutitm and imitntirmM.
CHicHcaTEM Chemical Co., Mili...n Hnuara,
Dealer Does Hot Carry Tta
PARRY CARTS AND ROAD WAGONS,
Best and Cheapest In the World.
Carts, $15 Up. Wagons, $50 Up.
turther lnlormauou call on or addraai
nnir ii if ii HHii y 1111 zmh .
II II U II M IIU V IR-J VLLmm .
mm mm mm mm mv mn mm i m "t. .mmmv
ii ii i n kj' .
Diamond Brand A
, m ..
all Aches, rf
IT IS THE fiFST.
r 1 1 1:
tilt MAT MM T
Urn t t hh krn hillrr.
Ask ynnr 1I1 ah r ler it, 1 r rm lor n I'ln iilsr to
rft.iliinid Iiii'iilutnr Co., rrt;iliimn, CaL
HUNTfR S tQUIPMrHTS XXJ Ui
l-'llllM Tai kle, Kl . Ilrrsl Vn'lelv. Ijiw Trie..
oniii 11 in'" n lo 1 rade. M-i'tl r-rriituleitne, i;vo,
4 . Mllll'. K, S3.1 Ki amy HI. ,hii.i I ihii. !. .1.
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It hs 1 11 ess, Short iuiinl,
T.-?mriftt.(, I'rmmt.tniiti.itm.i Hfinh V.i o tmrnti
if lit rMli lliMiiivli'Mil (lie em . Mlihlriita kiIiiiII
tnl Al Any tlmn ( nllnii ritiiii ittlirr html, lr.
Season Opens for Trout April 1st
H. T. HUDSON,
S riril ilra.t, I'ortlanJ, Or.,
-1X1 LI -
11X3, EBYOLTEBS SPOBTSHEN'S GOODS.
Bend lor new llliutraied catalog a.
Best in the World!
Get the Genuine!
J. McCRAKEN & CO.,
Roch Harbor Lima, Portland Cement, 0 ol
den Uile end Utah Piaster, Hair. Fire brick
and Fire CI11. LAND PLASItH.
00 North Krnnt Htrert, Cor. I),
PIANOS 'in ORGANS.
WINTER 2 HARPER,
71 Morrison Street. Portland. Or.
JOHNSTON & LAWRENCE,
lllll.KN.M.K AMI IIKTAII.
Plumbere' end Engineers' Supplies. Hnnd
and Steam Pumps, Iron Plpo, Hami, pipe
Covering Lubrlcalori, Water Motors, Fans
and Ventilators, Cash Roglslers, Etc.
Wrltn fur prlri-H.
232 FIRST ST., PORTLAND, OR,
('nntriu-lnn 1.11 IioiiiIuk nnl vmitllntlnif
I111II1II11KH. Knlliimli.n liiriilnliiiil.
HOYT & CO.
nt im iiifcnl in every town In (iri'K'in, Wimli
t.in 11111I liliiho o m'II
PIANOS and ORGANS
On ooinnilw.im. No htnek or ritpltiil invrli'il
Mimic tmclmrH pivlVrri'.l. Hpii'lnl rutrH miiili
KimiiIh. Wrlln fur pnrlliMiliirH.
STEIN WAY, Gabler and Pease Pianos
Mvanlrif the Bsht Piano Maix, and the fnirile
heumir Pln; ll Mimical limtrumanUi H.ikIj Hiid
.lloil; brae tUxk of Hhiwt Minlo. Htkinwav Hai u
SM I ana 208 Po.t Htreut; Maitiiihh Obav Vo,
tnd m our new mourn end new ibKik.
C R A C I N .VALES BICKFORD,
III 4 I'd
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INIJ AND INDIAN DKl'KEDATION ULAIMrt
THE SPECIFIC A NO. I.
ICuroHaU nmintiirril itlnirhurgntormon.
.iu i.iuin-i 1,1 iiuw mug Kianininr, I'rw
vpnIh Htrii-tiirii. It luiliii, mi i.. i
nnily CnrfK wlp-n -vrytliliiK (.i
hH fitlh-d. IVI,3.0. ClruuCtron
appllin Ion. Hnlil hy DniKglstHorHi'iit
on rin Ipt of price hy The A. Hiilioou-
ii.-it ...iiii. iniii n , gun jimi., (nl.
leading reuipily tor all ilia
C'nrea Ink 1 unnatural dlnnharirea anil
'ITd6I)AYS. private illneaiwiior mm. A
lilguanM nut u W certain euro tor the di'hill-
..iim suioiun. vuiing weakness peculiar
TheEHBCheMImVv In rorommeadtug It M
UIHliinniiiiU.jav B1 ."I'urvrH.
jij A. J. 8T0NER, M D.,OtnTiM.ltu
ijjF V Mold by rnicsrl.u
for r.iErj mm
cot liUerorFAn,IN MANHOODl
0enal and NERVOUS lBmTY
Weaknesa of Body and Hind, Eff.oU
obliX, Rolil. tMIOIIIIhll; HMlor.d. How ,"..;.. ."i
N. P. N. U. No. 40C-S. F. IS. U. No. 483