! 1 '. V - i XKIiltMS DtMIKK Tliroali'nn vu'iy mini, uoiiuin m iliii.l lixiiiu in H rvitiutt of I'miiitry w lii'tv lr it Hint ncni' If ptvi ale lit, hiwcv llu' gcrmi. of 11111I.11111I .Iim mm1 iirv lit lialiil from t ho itir and hit a'.lmnil li.mi tlio Hlor of mnli a nKioii. Mi'.lu iiml si'i'kiini1 i Ium1 ii lei y iiiMviir to nullify tlii il.riisi'r. V M IIU'SII of fortif) till! HII.I Itl'l'ltlllHIItlK tllO t.'lll KO trt In' H.!lll to IVMft tilt' III rt 111 VI 111 IHMvll, IIOBti'tlor' Sioiiihi'Ii lilliTii iiuvir.piiriit'h tho host and tho m.wt popular. Invsiilariiio of i'io bi.ihihi'Ii. llvor nidi Imwols otnonr . i; i iiiuiii rla; but fliw hiv will In ioi titli-l In tlio Hit tors. 1 ho fimi'lloiik of dio'Mtnii ninl M'lroii.ui an ajlMoit ly ili iim an, I a n iirorou ti i'i! h n-uular coiiilliiiiii of ilio Motn .i..iii..ioiI l. ii. CoiiKiitiillou mid plit.iio nr' t'niK di'tondoil amltiM I ho iuro.l of miliaria l. thli, iiimu IiIo provemivo, nn liirli is h!m a coriiiin an I ttiomiult tvinoily In tho worst oanon of ititonuitt.'nl hiiiI rvmiltcnt fovors. Omo of Iho cronlot testi- of good miiiiro U tlio quantity of uiNiithy a man run Maud nhoui losing his toinpor. C.1 TION. Imitation have boon loiMeil upon tlio market so closely ret'iililini; .Vi h oi k's I'oHofa Plkistkks in general npi'oaranee a to lie well oaloulutoil to deceive. It is, how ever, in general appearance only that they compare with Alleivk'a, tor they are worse than worthless, inasmuch as they contain deleterious ingredients which are apt to cause serious injury. I!etnemler that At i. Cvk's are the only genuine porous plasters the best external remedy ever known: and when purchasing plasters do not only ask for, hut see that you get Ai.i.i oi k's TOROI'S I'l.ASTFKS. Au.eocK'a Cokn ami Mi nion Sum is f fect quick and certain relief. Taking Nolos.- Klrhy Stone- What paivr do von take. U'tt Job l.iilt - I've spout most of my time latoly taking up my son lu law '. Ijtdy or gentleman named to represent iivooi alton of portrait paintorv IVrmaueiit isitiou. For partu'iilars Killings Leonardo AssiHimtoii, 101 West Jlst, Nonv York City. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Coke and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable and Wholesome. Iio other baking powder does such work. SEEDS Of all kinds and in any quantity nn hole sale and retail at bed-rock 'prices. E. J. BO WEN, 65 Front Street, Portland, Or. Send for catalogue. J1- ili;M:rafflatiiAl&iatig "German lyrup" For Coughs & Colds. John F. Jones, Edom.Tex. .writes' I have used German Syrup for the past six years, for Sore Throat, Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest and Lungs, and let me say to any one wanting such a medicine German Syrup is the best. B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville.Tenn., writes : I have used your German Syrup in my family, and find it the best medicine I ever tried for coughs and colds. I recommend it to every one for these troubles. R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, of Charleston, 111., writes : After trying scores of prescriptions and prepara tions I had on my files and shelves, without relief for a very severe cold, which had settled on my lungs, tried your German Syrup. It gave me immediate relief and a pernia' nent cure. C. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A. pLUG CWf Baking Powder Ik STIFF r HEIGHT OF POPULARITY. If you are 'willing to pay a few cents more for a strictly pure Smoking Tobacco, buy the Was tiff cut plug, Packed in patent canvas pouc' S, which retain the moisture and flavor of the to bacco. J, P. P Tliae Co., Richmond, Virginia. a Louisiana rusrar. CELEBRATING THE LAST THE CUTTING OF STALK OF CANE. VltcoroiK Work ut Ilio l.it Aero All I'livloil lim Hiinnora of All Sort A Long I'lortsaloii of llnjr Diti-kry. Ncgni irtlor Suppor. i A time honored eiisUmiannniijtlio hand . on a stiuar platu.itioti is the eelehration of ! the day when the la.st load of tano is j inuiled from the ih lds to the Miar lumse. 'l'lu re are few il:mieri who olijeet to this j festival, and there are iut many who j assist vron.iU iu its observance. An j neeonnt of one of these eeU'hratiotis will j lie an almost faithful picture of all, for there is little variety alnnit them. It is a ch ar, sunny, winter dav, and the h.m la work viu-orouslv at the last new jofcrtiio. C.iiu' knives iditier iu and mt j of the rustling ;reou tops, there is a swift (iieam oi tiriuiu steel hioii; tlie stalks, a quick stroke near the mound mid the pilers lift the clean stalks iu piles ready for the loader to toss in grout arnifiils to the men waiting iu the carls, ratio is heavy, and it requires a marvelous sleight of hand ami some muscular poNver to send biindle of eane tlyiug into the grasp of ntnither person. Minified with crackling f stalk and the rushing sou id of falling cane tops, comes the even nielodv of the negroes as they chant jnlnlee songs, i nere is only a little eane left, t he nieu hold hack, making a dosorute appearance of haste; but not cutting more thau they can help. Kach man tries to deceive his Iioighlior, hut the overseer is looking on nd the cane must he cut. Sw ish, crack the last stalk is almost reached, and who will have the glory of cuiting it? The men are eager and excited; the over seer hurries I hem up; one after another the stalks fall and, hurrah! the euvied man cuts the last, and waves it triumph nntly above his head. As the hist load is piled on h cart, cheer loud and long an uounce the beginning of the celebration. BANSKKS or ALL SOKTS. The planter ha supplied the negroes with banners of all sizes. The cane carts are decorated vitii these, and the three or four mules in every cart have a bright rosette, surmounted by a small United States Hag, placed alnive each long ear. Besides these there are from one to three great Hag supported in every wagon by a proud darkey, Malay or white man, s the cao may be. When the line is formed it has a very Imposing look. First comes the leader's cart, in which stands the man with the last stalk hel l upright, and one or two Hig Hags which the ladic9 of the planter's household are solicited each year to manufacture; and much envied is the man to whom they are pro Rented, for they are as attractive as yards of tri-colori-d llanuel, ribbons and giit de vices can make them. There are also ban ners made by the colored women mar vels in the way of streamers and gaudy patchwork. The long procession forms behind the last load of cane, surmounted by its gay decorations, and moves toward the sugar mill amid loud songs and deafening cheers fur the planter, manager and overseer. All the mill whistles are blowing, and the much respected plantation bells are left in the power of the people, to be rung until the anus of the ringer are worn out. The proecssioii is greeted at the sugar house with great rejoicing, speeches are indulged in, and the women and children stream from the quarters ami clamber into the carts. There is a great .shrieking of whistles, roaring of machinery, crashing of cane mingled with the sounds of soug and cheering, whO" toasts are drunk in every variety of Nvl.j.-ky but the U-st. Amid all this din minor noises are unheard. After leaving the sugar house the troop of darkeys files around the mansion of the planter, cheering the family, who are ex pected to make their appearance and be looked nt. Addresses are made to the planter, who, of course, has to return thanks; for if there is anything dear to the 60ul of the darkey if is speechmaking, and the father and brothers of the planter, if he has any, come in for their full share of negro oratory. TREATING THE CKOWO. Money is given to the leaders to treat the crowd, and the planter 1ms to use every excuse in his power to prevent him self being hoisted upon the shoulders of the joyous negroes. This ceremony lieing over, oranges re thrown into the carts, the leaders return to their wagons, and rattle around the grounds two or three times, with beating of drums, squeaking of fifes, cheering and other demonstra tions. Then off they go to get their sec ond Installment of whisky at "de sto'," where the plantation storekeepers receive their share of attention. The procession goes to as many plantations as possible, and in the dusk, as the fog comes rolling in from the river, sweeping across the empty fields and irHitig iu and out of the border of the woods, almost a mile away, one hears the sound of a beautiful ncro melody, We are waiting on de Lord, rising and falling sweet and clear on the night air. And then the carts come lum bering home holding a half intoxicated, wholly happy crowd. There is a grand supper waiting for them, and nobody thinks of the depredations committed be forehand upon other men's goods in the way of pigs and poultry. More liquor Is drunk, more speeches made, and the planter's entire fence is serenaded by the untiring crowd until a late hour. Before the rising bell rings the fog sweeps in eddying folds, white and pale golden, into the blue oak woods, and dis closes the quarters silent, for the very dogs are sleeping. Here and there gray smoke curls tip above the cabins; the bell' quavers its summons. There is a long, waking howl from the dogs, and sharp calls of negro women. Soon a large part or the previous day s proceedings will be enacted with unabated enfiiusiasm. Ruth Ramay in Xew Orleans Times' Democrat. The lOsklnio'n ICnilnrance. Ve loot upon !30 to 40 degs. below rero, which our northern neighbors oc casionally see, as a temperature that is about the limit of human endurance with any degree of comfort, (and probably it i with even our best methods of combatting it), and so we stand atjhast when we hear of the Eskimo out slodiring and hunting nt 50, CO, and even 70 degs. below zero, forgetting all the lime that these people have a, clothing, which is proportionately much warmer than their lowest tempera ture is colder than oms; and this, too, with equal if not less weight than in our clothing. They are, therefore, better pre pared to endure it than we can possibly be. Frederick Schwatka. Yer got ter keep de pot bilin' lessen hit'U rust. Yer got ter keep hit full lassen de fire crack hit. THE SCNSC3 OF ANIMALS, Mr .olm l.tihhpfk'n llliiek I'iioiIIk "Vhii." llio' Sl'I'nlMlIlT to Sound, Sir John I,ulln'k iivonllv deliveivil it hvtiuv to the iui'iiiIhts Nif ibo IMinbuigli riiilivsophioal iiisliiulo on "The S'liso noil Senses of Animals," in (he iviiisn of which Iio said (hat there had livn so many impoi l.tnt nvonl work published relating to bis subjtvt that lie thought il would Iv more interesting nvcio ho to deal, for the mosi part, nnhIi bis ion n observalioni'. I'liVcrent ideas prevailod regarding I bo question of tin' intelligence of animals. Suno people regarded a dog iu an animal almost as nn isc and clover a themselves; but, on asking them if tlu-y thought a dog could iv.ilie that Inno ami two made four, be generally found a gmnl deal of doubt on III il ioiiit. Sir John l.tihUvk then descriU'd tlio Mstem which he had adopted in tlio (mining of his onn n black )hhmIIo dog, "Van." llo had placed two pieces of cardUvard. on one of n hich was pi inlod in large letters the Nvord "food," tlio other being blank, on two saucers, lu one of the sattei'is was I'ihhI. mnl the card with the word iihu it. In the other, the blank card and no food. In alaait ten dav t!:o dog began to distinguish l ho card with the U t;ei from the plain cii'tl, and would go at nice to the printed ono. The lecturer then related in some detail hi successful efforts in inducing the 'ojf to bring him the iio;kt card nn hen ho wanted food, iu leaching him to know other card containing the words "out. "tea, tmno, "wiiter. t'n I'linging tho card tnai k l "out" lie would rush to the door. Tho card weio not put in tho same places. Inn in diilerent ixsi tions; and in older th;u i lie dog niij.ht not bo guided 1n ;ceiit, olii r cards with tho same markings were u.-od. No one who inv h in look down tho row of cards, and p ck out the no wanted, could dot;! t t'at ho nought a particular curd for a pa'tioul.ir object HO llilll IOU!Kl, M the itn. of th .'to months' oxiH'rimeu'.:-, thai ho could m t get tho dog 10 rer.!:: " lii' difference of colors, lu d it v.-.ui j.ist e . iblo that tho dog might I o color blind, llo h id also failed to pet ill do;; to ili.-tinguish among one. two, tine.', or four broad bands upon th.1 oiuvs. In order to ascertain if bee were csv il lo to noun Is, he had plaovl some ii,i:ii y on a inus cal box on lit lawn. Tho- lux plavod for ton davs wi'.lsout -to'iping. and then ho removed it to n v. itiii.w u!i on tho first floor of his liouso. Lot a I eo came to it. II- again rlaivd i! o:: tiio lawn, and they again returned to too houiy. lie ii"xt brought it iaco the ihvNvi;; ; room on tho ground Hi) r. about ten vnrds from its former posiiio.i, but they did not follow; but on his b:iir'::i;; two or three I cos into the house a::d puUuig them on the honey, tiiey L ;;n to feed, and, living off. returned with tin ir im:.!; anions. It seemed as if thev :i ! u : hoar the tune. Regarding th cM i l. utiia! bees wo ild not swarm unh t!:-v wore "tang. I" bv the creation r.f soi:.U ho was under the impression t!:;;t i: u:is tin- "over tones'' which the kw: hoard, nnd which wtro i:!:uidill u our tiir. Tho Bounds were t.t ;:-i to be I oyoud our range of liearing. J;.:'i. !.o .sii.l, had five sense. :::id f::nci. d t!i:.t no others were wmMo; bm it v ;;s obvious that we could i:c" mo.. Mire t!.o iniinite by our own narrow limit;i i u.;. liven within the ix'iietration i f our own senses there Uiight In1 en.iioss wiimds which we c add not hear, and coh-r, if Ni,ieli wo have uo concpp.ion. There v.a: ::!.. tho other question s:ill r"innhii:or for holmiun. that the familiar vn orid which surrounded us might lie a dill'i r , iu pl.ico ttliogo'her for other animal-, in winch iher - was music we could not honr. c: I rs wo could not see, and sensation , which wo could not conceive. The pursuit of sueh studies gave a clew to soim s and perceptions of which we had no conceptiou. .Mechan ical World. i INDIAN DEPREDATION PENSION PATENTS LAND HOMESTEAD POSTAL CLAIMS The' EXAMINKR" HI ItKAt' ofCI.AIMS I.'NIIKR TlIK IIIKKf'TIIIN OK - San Francisco Examiner. tf you fmve a claim of miy iteserlptimi nn lialsm-ver airanisi inn t linen MiaieH linvermin-ut mnl wish It speeillly Biljitiliculed, adilioss JOHX AVKUDERItl RN, Manaicor, 111 F street, N. XV. WaMlilntfton, l. . Q fl N ITfl Ri UoT AN D REST W CURE f'tR CHRONIC CASES. I Special attention to Diseases of Women. Mineral, Medicated and Electric Vapor Baths. 520 18th Street, Oakland, Cal. MARY C. PLUMB, M.J). PlflNOOlGlS. winter i mm, 71 Morrison Street, Portland, Or. I0 BOX 8ii. ffcl YOU WANT IT! OUR HOLIDAY CATALOGUE MAILED FREE TO ANY ADDRESS. SEND FOR ONE. WILL & FINCK,SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. UAV CFUFR CURED T0 STAY CURED II MI I L I L 11 We want the name and ad dressof every sufferer in the V oQTHMfl U-S. and Canada. Adrlrcis, Jt nO I llllln P. Erold Hajes, M.D , Buffilo, H T STEIN WAY, Gabler antfpease Planoi VteaoJnir Ihe Brut Piano Mad, and the favorit. heapor Pianiw; all Mimical InntnimentB; Bandu Bur piled; lam stock of Htaeet MubIo. HTEiKWAe Bad lUli and a8 Post Htreet; Mattuiah Gray (jo Oi I nnr npw rnnmn anfl now ntstti COLLSG Portland, Oregon. A. P. Armstrong, Pilit. Branclt School: Capital Ills. C'oi.i.khk, Saktit tingon Same courses of study, same rates of tuition. Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship, and English Departments ttfn session throughout the year. Students admit ted at any time. Catalonue from either school, free. P. N. U. No. 408-8. F. N. U. No. 484 is i I'OUTI.AMt TION. ICXTOsI- Which opened on Iho ITlb of Sepleiuher, is proving a grand ,sn, ces in everv respcel. Thi'iviiit" more and better exhibit Hum ever before, the display of li'ilils and jjimiiis being paitieulaily lln The tuii'iio fur liished by tho celebrated Mexican hand is a leading feature. A number of special ill tractions w ill be ollcred during the month, consisting of war dance and the celebrated Khost dance hy l uialilla Indians, n grand electrical exhibit, prio drills for the Na tional liuard, tnrmers, lunch sIionv und for the various section of Iho North Most. Among the notable exhibits the follow ing tiro especially NNorlhy of mention: M'NNIII , NN NI.KKII. Tlie exliilillk of Shiver .V W Hiker mi', it iioiuil, tin- mosi exti'imlNt. i nni'II hk tin. ilnesi mnl uiusi iitli'Hi'llNi. Iii Hie e.,.siti,.n. 1'ln'lr "iiui'liliii'iN lllsplllV I'OIII irlM'K Is'ioitiiiillN lliiinlieil iikmIi.Im o'l III.' iiiiniN klmU ol tiiini mm Mhct mi. I hnic Illi'lltH nelil lN III. 'in, tin, llleh Hli III KCII.'I"! Use lliMiiu-lioiit tlie NmiloNesI, A liime mit o their iiiHi'liiiu'rv illspliiv tills N.'iit In di'NoIi'il to till' Nllliillls slN les ol I'lliillli'K h lileli tln v liail.lle, sniN.-r .V w iilker Im'Iiik the lit'it.l.) mi iIoih In Hie NoitliHist for hi'HN y iniieliliiei v o( nil Miiils. A mosi iuiliiie lent nre ol tlieli exlillll l one ol the NNorlil iaiiioiiN Sin, I, .linker nn iiiioim, Ni lilch they luive siihumiiIihI In Hi,' nir. iin.l lileli lu'iirx Hie Miciii'siiNe iliin " Hie stihli liHker Unuoii on l'o." I lie vi'lilele exhllill ol Slioer A Wnlker is one o( tin. innni HtlraelUe inn I liilei,.i.ttiih' lent lnvs of ill,, entlri' eiH.nlilnti, tlu-lr Ikm.iIi Ih Iiii; U iiiiIUiiIIn iK'eoiiiied nn till IhiiiUiik In rich colon hii.I iimile iesieii,lent to tlie iln,.llnn riui. ol Hie electric Unlit. I heir' ilit.iliiN ol Ni'lili h'n 1 the tln. Hl CNer seen In ihr Nortliuesl, I'liiiiilni'iil Miiioiii; Mhleli ulaii. li the eleuiuit New 1 1 on oil l iiillHsero 's top liucisy, NNhleh SliiNer .X Wiilkei nn 111 niNe hiniin on the last .lay of Hie i.lllnii, TH K IIIKKMiN mi'UVKNriO. Have nn houesi illspliiy ol their vmlic.u lines 1. 1 ii.mils, just the smile us nn 111 U' loiiu.l In their slori' mi. I ii arelioiis, , loot ol Viiinhlll slieel. l liey curry ii liirvie sim'k of nnhkoiih, Inn; ties an. I roml curls, the ei'leliriited skuinllii .1.1 bm nn.; Nialklin; .1onnh. w.oois an. I linrroNN, the t re.'iiiau (e. .1 anil i'iisiIik.' eiiiler mnl earriei", Van lli iint Inoa.l east si , .ler an. I ill ill, hnri poiNer lee. I yriinleis. iiiiiiilnn mills, .line liarri.NN s, ele. Mr. .1. I.. I'.uikelt. the inatiimer of the '.,rl liin.l In. ne, un.lei stmnls the IiiihIhcmi ami the nn mils ol the s'...e ( 1 1 . . r . . 1 1 l; 1 1 1 . hii.I In ii.'mre.l to iiiN e siitisiaeiion to hotli liiriners mnl relatl lealers. I. Nt. OSIIORNK , ill. The line illspl,i o( hi: rteii 1 1 n rnl liii.leiiiiils nun I. Mil ihe lair I y the i. l Osliorne Ciiipoo Is helm iil.l.'h -.ii iir.-.l ii n .it as iHliiii elleoi the most eoiiiiehell'.lN. nil. I ,n 1 1 lllio Inn t'Ner lied ire exlnhlle.l. this llri.i nn a s ,.tal.lllie. lu K.; nt AiiIi.iiii, N V , hii.I h:. hn.l h most sue ees-inl enn er. I he ianie their i.io.net lu.ve sineail to the in. .si iliseuii elN lll.-ed eoiintrles ol I lie ni .irl.l, mi. I the cniiMSiitiicc ol thin retievNii, NN i(l lt sllhse.ll.'llt htuH'ieillls t THI Isal'l lulls, I'll IkII.'.I iis.ii Ihelll thr iiisOssIIn ot eslal'llshllii; nraiien imii.es in ciiloiii;... I'litia.leli.lilii, si Uiuis, I Ml In-, Milt I. nke illy . I 'or tin ml. Mm Krnii eisni ami In Ausiiallii, s,nilh America hii.I tin MiroiH'iin eoninries. lnlhelrexhll.lt IhUvenr tin y liiiNe rontliii'il th.'iiisi'lNon i hlellvln their on n niHlllUni tlire.l sii.Tlnlth .. lirsilni; . , 1 1 'lntf..riii l th.-iriNorhl remiNN ne.l No. II linrvesler ami himler, the i isliorin' No. I nnoier ami the iislsirne N.i. s r.aK'r. Ihe Ksh.irne roiioiaiiv h o e heeu hni anleil iiiniiy im .lals hii.I i.1.iiiiiis (or Ihe exeelleiiee ol t ti-rf iiio.lemeiits. t heir I'orl.an.t h..iise Is loenie. at SUieenih hii.I V slns ts. Sen. I (or lllilslratisl entillnnue. INK OHK..ON OINNr I.IININ Ntll.l.. I 111-1 1 ii trull ' Niomleriiil mnehliie of i iteitmi Invent ion ami I irecon inniiiiliieture. mnl lin- met NNltll HII II II ) 'H I It 1 1 e 1 i'i I sin ss iliirinu III.' hllorl time it has I n h.-Inri' the inihlie. Ills mniiii fnetiin.l l.y Will In nt I;. MoihI, Hie luveiilur, hi : . r r. ml Mnvi, I ntllHinl. t ireyoii, Hint 1, Ii) the Mitchell ,x Leviis rutiii.iitiN . hni I lie 1 1 -1 1 ii Hon o( Iuin lint reeeh ei the nn!) irnl.l 1'iisl.il fifi itNianleil to the Uieijoii Sinte 'll..Hri o( Am leiiltnre. With h v Ii'nv to oven nine Ihe ohjee'.l.ins mnl to mnkeii mill Unit won!,! in. s i the it ni. , -r 1 nn alii, that nnoiiIiI :ik In the farm er, sl.ick i nl si t. nn areh. iii.semmi, mnl all oihets iisiiu o liamllliii: eho.s'.l I I. ii mill that nn'oiiI.I eli.'i liny kin. I ol i: nil it. u lilt Iltlh- tsiuer, nn it! 1 healiiii; the i.r.liiei, eroin.mlea! In lite nn hv of repiilrs, slniie ami strum,' in I'otistrite lion mnl easN to liiimlle, the liiNettlor, iatenlee hii.I iMMiiiii.ii'tiirer ot the ureL;iiii iilnnt t.rnlit MIIlsiit minh time liiNestlHtliiK Ihe many faults nn. I I'eu merits of the In'sl mills on (he imirket. mnl the result o( his Inls.rs mine In-fore the I'lihli" in the hm' of I He eonil.ine.l I ireu.iii iiiant (.Mill .Mill. It ll! elnin nil kin.U o( lthIii, NNet or ,lrv, ami nnIII itn .I.Mi'.le ihe inn t of xvork ni ith the smim jhinn it Hint riny loin mill Niilliln. 1 r is si hi: iik 1 1 ii To u n n o.t is. mnl is no aiinn'...l ns to urln.l ir ehon at nn 111. NN rite to itlier.il Ihe hIsinc intrlles for further inforniii li. ill. tii k i'i:rn,i ni n im riuioit, s It iiliiavs iloi s nn hereNer exltililteil, iitiniels the ntleiitiiin of everv one. It Is n tmlv NNiuuler- (ill innehine, mnl lias hIiiunh been iiNNanle.l llrst ilies over all eolns'lilorn.' II w ill lialeh ostrlell, turkey, noose, .luck, hen, silk Nvorm atnl all nther kimls of ems, ami Is in nsr In nearly every eh lli."l miry in llii'Moilil. Somt ior illiistinteil eittaloane ilewTihliii; Ineiiliators mnl l.r.i.i.l.Ts. hiov anil nn hat to feeil, i te., to 1'i tiiliiiiiii Inen liiilor Co , I'. IhIiiiiih, t ill. EEDS AI.I. OI K SKKIW A UK TKSTKH. If you ttiint the very liest it Is that yon kliow' will KniNV, nt rush iirieen, write lis. Office, onu F. L. POSSON II SON, 2d Street rortiana, Oregon. Front St, I UK tittlCAT G. SHINDLER FURNITURE CO., Furniture Manufacturers. iwwwwijrf-r?1.? Hrnrl for ("ntntoKix. Warerooms. 166 First, Through Block 200 CHICHE8TER-8 ENGLISH, THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. Lad leu, ink DrujiirlNt for (thichrttert hatam iuiltA lth htm rihhnti I'uLu . boxec win If d with blue ribbon" " Hwld bj all Local JirnscUU. Buy Your Own Goods if Your ADVANCE THRESHERS, THE BEST IN AMERICA. All pllti Id paiwboard feiiei, pink wripri, are danfffroim couiiirA-ltN. At Driigtlaw i 4o. In itkmpt tor particulari, toatlmoulali, ami 'HilTef fur l.mtHom," in Mter, hy rotur Chernlrnl Fire Engines end Extinguishers. Fire Hobo and Dppnrtment BuppllcB, fitcnm Tjtuudi) Machinery, Pumps of h11 kinds, BniBH fioods, Pino and HttinKR, llitncock Insplriilor, Marine Worl Bulting and Hnsn, WrenehCB, Ltibrinatlne Oils, Church, School and KHrm BellK, Eitnlm'SHnd Bolli'rs of CarU in Portland. Dealers, write for prices. For niaiiKHiniin iirtilB ana corgen, uiikkipb, nurnin, ri firen. UuekIob. Hiirnen, npniiK Z. T. WRIGHT. Foot of Morrison Street, PORTLAND. OR. t'ATAItltll t AN T UK ( t II H Willi ItH'AI, APPI h'AIIUNS, nn lliey cnmiul leiieli lliem'tit ol the .IIiii'hsi' ThIhhI! is h l.loo.t or ii i i si 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' .no I ihseiiM', mnl In onler tui 1 1 r - It you Iihni. to tnk 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 ii l l eliie, I nx. IliilOla 110 ill (ill.' Is Ink en Inlei nalH , mnl ih'I" illleelU on the I.l.iii.l mnl iiiiiioiih loiilaeeri. 1 1 ii 1 1 V t i tllllll I'llle Ik IIO J 1 1 II I ' k lll.nl le I lie 1 1 NN l IT,' Milheil liy one oi III" I m-m plimli Inn. In III I eoiiniiN nir yi'His. mnl I a reuii lur u.'eiiilion It In eoni'iiiii'i ol Hie hesl tonic kiioun in 111 lleil NN i I ll I hi' Iii'hI hi. hi. I l 1 1 1 It n, Mi'llliu .11 H'.'IIn on Hie in ne. mi. Mil Ihivk I he ei lei I coin liliiiitliin ol Ihe luo liiviieilleiils l ii hat ir.iliicc mieh NNon.leiliil reniilla III enilnil enliirili. seiul for leslliiiiiiilaU lieiv K .I I II1AH ,UH , I'... lot, i n, lole.l.i, ll. Sold by ill'illijilsls, pi lee, i.i renin. Malne'ii 1, 10(1,000 Ion Inn eiop looks im II lliey lla. I liei'ii ieiiiil1lliiK Ihe liiiix In k'onn limler Ihell leel .loll ll l.iisl IIoXHhKNKMH, All Hlllleiing I'rolll nidi Iiiiii if Hi Thitml und iiiineiii. will be nn iceiilil y Hilrpi ined al Ihe iiumediale relief It it . i rl ml by Hie Use of "Hniuii inmt'iiii Trochrs,'' Sul.l only ill boxes. The Imlelier iloesn'l try In make Is. Hi en. Is mi ni. I. life Ik henN let mnl Inoie IMolllalile lor hint. TIIK IIOI.I ON ll!M Ht:, I'Olt I I.AN II, tut. Ci.iilia'ily Inealeil : V nieil. nn. X Kiii..s'ioi i!mi; IllNt i'Iiihm; reiiHiitialili. niten. t'. . Uoli) , pn.i. I'M KimimilliioSinvo I'lilluli; inuliut; no unioll. Tky tiitHMKA for breiikfiiNt, ONl$ ISlVJOYS Hoth tlio mrtliiHl ami icmilu wIh'U Sjrup of Figs is taken; it iu iiUitsant und refreshing t tlio tn.Hto, ami icta pently yet prontntly on tho Kitlnryu, Liver ntnl JWelH, dentists tho pys tern eflectitallv. tli.ijH'U coIiIh. Iie.nl Aclies and levers ntnl curea Iialiitti.1'. eoiiHtiiintion iierniimently. For ralu m 60c ami $1 bottles by all ilruggka. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SH MAtlCISCO. cm. louisviue, nr. hi w roHX. Some Children Grow in (f Too Fast ii - ir.i i. m become listless, fretful, without ener gy, thin and weak. But you can for tify them and build them up, bv the I use of I OF PURE COO LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITES Or I.lme und hwda. They will take It readily, for it is al most as palatable as milk. And it should be remembered that AH 1 1'liw. TKISTIYK Oil 1 1 III! OKI Ol lillS (111 (OI KS, III BOTH THE OLD AND YOUNQ, IT IS UNEQUHIED. .HitiiltUiiHmiBilrrit. 'VICTORY.' lir.W.H.M ni.i.. Hull. Atfi'lit Inr I'ii. illr t unit. IITii Miirk.'l nt, room 'Jii, H. v., Mr. Il.sioniif Httli (.wlii'r, mil lot ti !., N. NV. WiihIi.. Ii I'. 1'oi ki'l lilil' Irotiiiim.. "Vlr- I 'linvriulili il. I 11)111 " will run' ntiv ItMi'iiHi. fiiirkly,i'lii'iiily, tint urnlly, Nvhili' HMlffn NN'lllllllll Hl'IIHIlllOII, lIlirttllN, IriiKH, liM'trirliy nr tmnlil l''.uliol.v tii'M t'orri.; hliMiil iniiitni'ti.iMl ; iilmiirti's iitvui'ii from ulr; I'lifli dlHi'iin' Ki'lf t'lirlnii. I'rli'H, )lil; trial, ..it ri'iiln. MM. The Best Sofa Bed on Earth is the SADLER PATENT SOFA. Matin All Ntyleii hiiiI SI.iih. -'- - If". OI'KN. 167-169 Front Street, Ft. to Portland, Or. RED CROSS Diamond Brand fiiS Tho tnf. H.., -. a i...i , elih Diamond Brand lu ItnH und llnl,t mf.i.ui .ik.. l,tA U.f.,.. o..l..jm...j , . " uwiiiiwiww ana fMcuriotu. ut tf na if roturn MalL IMllLAKUUiA.- Dealer Does Not Garry Them, PARRY CARTS AND ROAD WAGONS, Best and Cheapest In the World. Carts, $15 Up. Wagons, $50 Up. aild KXPrPBg WBlrOllS. the lurirral. UKunrtmonl fu urlber information cull on or address A V THIS and THAT. Ilow'lt "Woa'l. cunt:3 LUMQACO. li.'lltiilininKI., Il.t'1.1 ,M.I .I rli. :", i na i olilllu .1 In III IiiiiimI (wo Nin l NN Itll 1 1 ; 1 1 -. ! : I 'O.l'ltl M..lnr.'li till i nn .1 ini' ! IIO ru in, n, W N, A. lull I'. l-AIN. JoV. cures nr.uiGCS. r.-ner N l.l.', Mo., tVli. 7. IW 'SI, JhimU oil In wittionl M I"' r for puliu, LruKus m In . Ac." I..v. I' 'I. IInnnhisi. I'ii 'in il,iilll rluiii li. CURES 8PRAIN3. t'lltrllllllltl, llllln, Aflll I1''. I mifli-ri'il villi 'IhiiIumI bhUu Ntlilrh Ml'lli il Ni l IHIII ll. I '1111.1 ; i l't lelli T III 0 tlf HI, JliroU tMl llll'l UNNi IliliK I I uli it. Mul l IK III. K. 8T. JACOBS OIL The Great Remedy Fcr Pain, cornea also RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, THE NEW WEBSTER a Oi c Ml t v.oll ill til. Vllllllx.l It. It" .lll. .1 ioi.I l.i'-. I I i I "it 1 I I I A GRAND INVCOTMENT I v. I v I .inno m . l I. U'uik ol no i-l-.ti ii. ti i. I oi. i I'i Ni'io.. M.M.i tl.illl I o I .. I. 'I i. i I l ":. I " i It. . I.il i"l. i i huiiI . n ii.iin ii ii ini ii. .1. t.rl ttm Bitl. S..1.I t.y ii I H ... ! II. i-., 1'iiiui'lii, I Ii-.- I'.MTHIN i'. il : : ; '.o -I ifii. u .Ii.-- t ..ii nt v, iw vh"l"i: i ni' i l.i i ini- '! in i "io" I, 'If ninl 'i.ii iimtii. In .rtllih'-l ml V,-I"l.'f III.' I .'llik' I: ll'.. t'tttlll"! llll'l I'll. II I t.ll'l. I lin ltiirn.ilii 1 1 a 1 1 . u I I' I llll'i. I N ill I' 'l,''lll',ll"ll .1. In.' tit.)'i nil of ti A '. M I Kill NI .N. ( It. !'iilill-lnr, S.i Inullrlil, Mil-., I M. . DESTand SAFEST OIL Manufactured. C52 lfitiC.L..;:-.iii VI.V' '-'jrA Give This Oil a Trial, YOU WILL USE NO OTHER. Tit i: OUKATI'illT V tea t hlrkrn I lev ill. t- Ak your ilvalvr tnr ll, or mini mr fnn Cln-ular lVtaluma Inniliator Co,, ivtaliinia, Cal. HUNTER S EQUIPMENTS KlnlilncTai'klii. Kl". limit Vri,.i I.MW Vtr rTtasaaii. uu nrari v ni. . pskh inTuU.i.. THE SPECIFIC A NO. I. ' l''iin'Hiilliiiiiiiitiirii ill'.i liiiriri.rii.f n.i,.. VdlllllP "" '"''' IHINV !.;;, .hillillllit, 1'ri" I UUIlJ v,'"t" "t.'11'tiuo, ll l.i'liiKin InliTitiil i.'ii.-.i. i .ii.-i iit u i v. rv tliltiK i,H lllWl'Hlli'll. I'lllr.rf.l III! l In-., MEN! Hiilli-llliilt. Hulilhy llrilKKlltx iirHont in ri'i- Ipt nr iirl.v liy Tin, A. Hi li.ii'B. Hu ll Mi'.lli'liiii l'o , hiiii Jim', rn, JOHNSTON Si. LAWRENCE, NN'llltl.KHAI.K ANII HKI'AII,- Plumbelt and Engineer! Supplies, Hnd nil S earn PutJip, Iron Pipe. Rami, Pip, Covering, lubricator,, Water Motor,, Fin and Ventilators, Cith Registers, Etc, Wrlti- Tor iirln'n. 232 FIRST ST., PORTLAND, OH. ClIlllllll'tlllH on ,.., ,) vi'llllllllllIK liiill.llnKK. Kutliiiiii,.,, i,irnl,.,, K HOYT & CO. Wniil mi HKt'iit In I'vi'iy town In Ori'itmi. WhnI,. IIIKU'II HIIII lilltllll til HI'll PIANOS and ORPA mcs ,,,m!'.'.".","i.hn'""- !i" Ht,,,k "r MiiKlt! tiiiH'lKTH iiri'Iiwi . Hitw-lnl rnli-K KoimIh. Wrlti'fi.r imrllciiliirH . rORTLANII, ll. DRIED FRUIT Will be plenty and cheap this year. New Apiiicoti, Pkachks, Nbctahinhs, Afh.ks, CHEkaiiM. Black bhhiuks now ufTering. We quote Apricots, fine 7 n to oi Peaches, choic lZZ. 8 10 12 Nactarlnei, extra 8 IO I2 Apples, bright 7; e; l0 Apples, alden lined ,.-. 0 12 Grapes, i8qo, good " 3' Raisins, r89o, per lb fi 6 7" Prunes, 1890, gowi " 7' o' o' BUckberr(-s, ,8,,, fie '".Z I2,'l5 Cherries, pitted, i8nt on on Figs, ,89, black Cafa Z:.:;.:" ?f -,?JhrfrU't;1 V" var!;ty Thc above ar " J'aliy! dark, old, or inferior lot, w, offer lower. Sm.H dis. ount to Hotel, i. Boarding Houses, Dealers, and other largs buyers. Canned goods are lower: see next paper. We offer a general variety of (roods for family usft at close prices, and want a share of your trade. , ASR for 40-page catalogue free. Address SMITHS' OASH STORE, i0.-1 Kro St., San Ptaooisoo It-aillliff remprii. Mil i, Cures ln J nnnnttirnl iiw, t.rn. ma rlTobHA YR.VJ PrlvtA,l.,.n., a If On.r.nt.l not 10 U cnrlaln euro tor the dphlll. mum BtrtmiiH. Jfitlntr weakness peculiar . 1 to women IHEtVANSUllMinttCo in riromniendlug It to ini;.iiiiiiii.s3S0si an BitiiMrerii. U.S.A. JdJl J RTBULR n n, I,. ..... . w.., , u.,ucuHiun.ii. rxtlil by UroirKlaia. Id I wniTi-its w llNTElLNATIONAl.i g DICTIONAKV b o S p C-!n n OBI 1 in i 1 p-&tfaBr v. . - I k r Tsvi "Ilarkl 1'HICS l.tlU.