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THE SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD of HEALTH.
We, the members of the Board of Health of tin
City and County of San Francisco,
Cordially approve and recommend the
Royal Baking Powder. It is absolutely
pure and healthful, composed of the best
ingredients, of the highest strength and
In our judgment it is impossible
make a purer or stronger Baking Powder
than the Royal. . , .
Jos. R. Davidson', M. D.
Henry M. Fisku, M. D.
. Chas. McQuesten, M. D.
T. J. Letournex, M. D.
. litmlers San Francisco Hoard of 'Health.
The collcito student ts apt to find that the
beginning come after the commoiiceuiout is
RCI'TCRK ANI 1MLKS CCKKD.
We positively enre rupture, pile and nil ft
tal fti sea without pain or ilewuti mi from busi
ness, Xo cur, no ruiy. Als ! f'nriiff ilia
eato. AiMroas for pamphlet !-. PortertleM A
Loser, &SS Market street, San Frsiii'lsoo.
The desirability of bond depends on whether
you hold them of they hold you.
Tobacco is a luxury a quieting, rest
ful friend to mankind.
The better the quality the sweeter and
milder the smoke.
In all these good qualities mastiff
aio cut stands at the head of smoking
J. B. Pace Tobacco Co.. Richmond VlrRtnla.
Nature should be
assisted to throw
does it so well, so
promptly, or so
safely as Swift's
LIFE HAD NO CHARMS.
For three years I was troubled with mala
rial poison, which caused my appetite to fail,
and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life
lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and
potash remedies, but to no effect. I could
get no relief. I then decided to try KjaLWl
A few bottles of this wonderful P'Jflft
medicine made a complete and permanent
cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever.
J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan.
Our book on Blood and Skiu Diseases
mail fid froo.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa
Miss C. G. McClave, School
teacher, 753 Park Place, Elmira, N.
Y. ' ' This Spring while away from
tome teaching my first term in a
country school I was perfectly
wretched with that human agony
called dyspepsia. After dieting for
two weeks and getting no better, a
friend wrote me, suggesting that I
take August Flower. The very next
day I purchased, a bottle. I am de
lighted to say that August Flower
helped me so that I have quite re
covered from my indisposition." 0
AN EXPLANATION "
J IS V
Why, It is a pleasant and affective
remedy for the positive cur of
Chapped Hands, Poison Oak, Salt
Rheum, Eczema, Sun Burn, Tan; pos
itively removes Freckles, and is one of
the grandest luxuries for gentlemen
after shaving. This is an exquisite
article prepared with the greatest care
by scientific experts. Its component
parts are perfectly harmless, and the
ladles toilet Is not complete without It.
One trial will convince the most" skepti
cal that what we say of WINTERILLA
Is true. For sale by all druggists In
45c and 50c bottles.
Ilrtil Him Tlicr.
Gentleman Fin afraid you're a bad ejrs-
This is the third time I've caught you
Pat Sure, av I tniza bad eg I wouldn't
poach. Harper's Bazar.
Miss Well-to-Do It's very distressing to
think that while we are enjoying so many
luxuries so many jroor people are wanting
Mr. Cleverclut (who poses as a philoso
pher;! Quite so. But e converso, you
know, it must be very consoling to the
poor people to know that while they are
wanting necessaries so many people are
enjoying luxuries. Chatter.
A Patriotic Employer.
Blobson Ily the way, Dumpsey, how do
yon like your new clerk?
Dumpsey Don't like him nf all.
Blulison Why don't you fire him, then?
Dumpsey So 1 shall, but not right nway.
It has occurred to me that it would le a
neat little bit of patriotism to hold off till
next Fourth of July and then tire him.
See? Burlington Free Press.
"Where aro you going this summer,
"I can't go anywhere, Jim, I haven't
got any money."
"Why, I thought you told me that you
had expectations from your uncle."
"So I had; but he would not accept the
collateral I offered him." Boston Courier
"The great mistake we made," said one
man to another as they sat in the dock
awaiting trial for a swindling operation,
"was not in studying law in our youth."
"Then we'd never have committed this
"No; we'd have done it better." Wash
Crimsonbeak I notice that even the re
frigerator men appreciate the value of ice
Yeast How so?
"They used to advertise them as ice
chests, but this season I notice they very
properly call them ice safes." Yonkera
Great Difference In Dogs.
Inquirer wants to tnow if dogs can find
their way home from long distances?
It's according to the dog. If it's one you
want to get rid of he will find his way
home from Manitoba. If it's a good one
he will be likely to get lost if he walks a
hundred yards away. Puck.
Still True to His Colors.
Weary Raggles What has become of
Tired Tatters He's at work.
"He's at work trying to perfect a labor
The Miserable Looking Horse.
Of all horses, the miserable looking horse
attracts most attention. This is the horse
persecuted by the checkrein. Like women
and men who wear shoes a si.e too small,
he shows the outward evidence of misery.
Many good natured horses, horsemen say,
have been made fretful and vicious by be
ing enslaved by the infamous and cruel
checkrein. New York Sporting World.
Some Large Cities.
Ioudon in 1891 had a population of 4,331,-
431; Paris, in 1880, one of 2,344,550; Vienna,
in 181)0, one of 1,304,548; Berlin, in 1890, one
of 1,579,214; New York, in 1890, one of 1,710,-
715; Canton one of about 1,600,000, and
Peking one of 500,000.-New York Sun.
Use Enamellne Stove Polish; no dust, no smell.
Tbt Gibmia for breakfast.
I CURE FITS !
When I say cam I do not mean merely to stop them
(or a time and then have thorn return again. 1 mean a
radical cure. I have made the disease of FITS, KPI
LiEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. 1
warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because
other have (ailed is no reason (or not now rsoeirinc a
ear. Send at once (or a treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give. Express and Post Offioe.
B. . no err. at. e.. isa iwi at., m. t.
The silver surf nil vellnw sand
Are blent anil blurred lu mui-miiii haia,
Th Ion alio Is narrowing Wind
Twlit sky ami unlet, as I gat.
The air I luuit In every khII,
The shti U'.'IUh. It-aplug ( artt th auni
Wind harmonies Mini u hymna hall
Our fltiilit, ami ilwords tlieia are none.
My heart Is filled with sunrise; all
TU cur lot. cool eoiubera slilne and slug.
The sluw strong rollers' now anil full
W tuned to nit'liHlii ii f spring.
The land tK-lilml Is sunk, and lioir
All 'round the sea the sky rim slilnrs.
The array i-puns Kiinmird fnim Ilia how
Ami I he itiala shout llko iiiouulttln Idi
Th limn wave quicken, from the (lowers
Of uaxsllnic (nam (lie inny la blown
Like pollen down tliv nlopea In showers
With situ hue lilcmltHl with Its own.
The sky Is cool, l he broese Is bright,
TliaaurtfpM away, I he yards bow low,
The sea la voenl w ith the Unlit,
From treat to clambering rri'st we go.
Kilward Lueas White in New York Suu.
An elderly gentleman whoe habit of
overeating at uiiHca.Miimble hour induced
frequent attacks of dyspepsia, wont to a
large and fashionable Houthern hotel to
HHnd the month of Miirvli, by the advice
of the popular phsieiMii who ministerx'd
to his ailments.
The gentleman was not fond of spending
money lavishly under any circumstances,
and the expense of the trip weighed upon
his mind to such an extent before his de
parture from home, that his friends were
by no means surprised to sew him back
again at the end of ten days
"Did you have a good timedown there f"
asked an acquaintance who met htm on the
street a day or two after his return.
"Seems to me you're looking rather
"Poorly!" groaned thedyspeptlc. "You'd
U'ttersay poor! Thirty dollars foroatuieal
gruel! That is what I've had to pay, sir
where I've been!"
"What in the world do you mean?" asked
the other, much mystified.
"Why. I mean just this," grumbled the
sufferer. "The night I got there I ate a
fairly good siipiier, and the next morning
I came down with one of my dyspepsia at
tacks, and I never ate another thing but
oatmeal gruel for the six days I was in
that place. And they wouldn't take a cent
oil the bill not a cent, sir! So 1 packed
my things and started for home. It was
the most outrageous exiicrienco of my
life!" he concluded, turning pale at the
very recollection of his wrongs.
"I wanted to ask him if it was good oat
tneal at that price," said the friend, telling
thestory afterward to his wife, "but I
didn't quite dare!" Youth's Companion.
Women at Halls.
"What do I think of the position of wom
en in society?" said the debutante. "Why
it is just lerfectly horrid! 1 should love to
go to butts and dances if It were not for the
dreadful incubus of (hiding partnera for
the gernian, or for supier, and for the mis
enible fear of lieiug 'left out.' As for the
men, they need not flatter themselves that
being in a manner lords of thesituatiou
adds to their attractions. It makes the
girls just look upon them as 'things' to
dance with, and one is us good as another
And as for any natural conversation, it
simply pjiraljv.es it. How quite too ridicu
lous it is for girls of our age to be so ab
jectly helpless! Why. the other night
Adele 1 and 1 were taken down to sup
per at the Patriarchs' and were deposited
together at a table.
"After our escorts, who were oldish sort
of men, had seen that our plates were filled,
they disappeared and never came buck at
all. Kvery one left to go up stairs and we
were left iu the lurch. We were wretchedly
uncomfortable, but weactuallydid not dare
to go up the short flight of steps and enter
the ballroom alone. Finally that dear,
sweet Miss B saw our embarrassment
and came over to us with her partner, and
under the icgis of his masculine protection
we crept rather consciously upstairs."
New York Tribune.
The Gillyflower Apple.
An old favorite in the npp'.f line was the
little Gillyflower, This and the Tallman
Sweet were the prime favorites thirty
years ago. Their names are seldom heard
The Gillyflower was a small, dark red
ajple, shaped much like the sheepnose of
the present day. Its coat was smooth, and
when polished would cast reflections like
a mirror. The flesh was quite sweet, but
it was very dry, for which reason it wan
not so satisfying as a pippin. It would
crumble into Hour under blight pressure,
and it was therefore impossible to safely
ship the apples to distant points. New
York Evening Sun.
The other evening at a concert a long
haired pianist was punishing the instru
ment with epileptic gestures, and evolving
what was supposed to be descriptive mu
An old lady went Into ecstasies of admi
"How fine!" she exclaimed. "One can
hear the roar of the cauuon; the town has
been taken by assault; they are fighting in
the streets; the soldiers are already giving
themselves up to pillage the"
"Oh." sighed a neighbor, "if the soldiers
could orily carry off the piano." Texas
A Definition of Tame.
A few days ago a well known congress
man defined a statesman to be a successful
politician who is dead. Yesterday a lios
ton man telegraphed him this terse inquiry
"Why don't you die?"
"Not yet," replied the congressmith.
"Fame is the last infirmity of noble minds.1'
Varnished shoes, so says a fashionable
shoemaker, are not ladylike, and will
never be really fashionable. And he adds
that women who dress their feet well are
using shoes half a size too long for them,
so that the long, narrow effect may be pro
duced. Ladies' Home Journal.
Thoreau was once able to boast that he
had on his shelves a library of several hun
dred volumes, the greater part of which
he had written himself. His publishers
could not dispose of the first edition of his
first book, and thinking it useless to keep
the volume longer bad sent them to their
From the experiments of Mr. Tesla it
seems that high tension alternating cur
rents cease to be dangerous when tye fre
quency is great enough to make the work
done at each alternation exceedingly tni
The largest animal known is the rorqual,
which is 1Q0 feet in length; the smallest is
the twilight monad, which is only the
twelve-thousandth of an inch.
Wbjr so Many Ladies Who Skuntd fca
Attraotlra rail to l'lr.e-A Brilliant
Woman Kevoals tha Secret.
"Dress ts r vorvthin."
"Is it? Solno Invtntiiul women cannot
be improved bv a dtf h, no mutter how
artWtio it tuny be nut'le.''
The speakers m two lady reporters
for sih'iety papers. They hud itend
balls, receptions and parties for years.
Thev had studied lite efltvtx of costumes,
the lines of beauty, and had faithfully
written upon them in the papers they
represented. Tlicv were masters in their
vt and yet they differed,
"Yon "cannot prove your assertion by
anv lady of high standing uud author
ity." "I ran," replied her companion.
"Within two davs I will show you an
Interview with tlie leading woman on
dross of America." And the two frlendi
Last Wednesday they met at the same
place, when, producing a neatly-written
inanuseiipt, toe lady read the following
"Mrs. Annie Jeuuess-MiUer Is ths
acknowledged authority in America upon
tho subject of dress. An attractive
woman herself, she knows how to render
other women attractive in tho highest
degree. 1 sought an interview: it was
granted, and 1 give vou the results:
"'Do you think, Mrs. Miller, that
women arc made more attractive by
" 'That depends ujxn what you mean
"Tlcasing, fascinating if you choose
more charming to men and other
" 'A simply beautiful woman Is seldom
attractive; a "stupid one never. It is the
soul, tho life, tho brilliancy, which ren
der women attractive. 1
"'I'll admit that, but what makes
'"Vivucitv, brightness aud jood
health. Did you ever see a sickly woman
able to entertain a dinner party of bright
people? On the other hand, did you
ever know a cultivated and retlued
women, overflowing with animal life and
spirits, who was not fascinating?'
" 'So you believe perfect health Is the
secret oi fascination, do you ?'
" 'Most certainly. Artistic dressing ts
prowr, tine curves attractive, but life,
such as comes from healthy throbbing
blood, is alone fascinating. It is a great
mistake, however, to think that health
is preserved by dress aloae. Women
must have proper food, freedom from
care, and a good friend in need.'
" 'What do you mean by that?"
" 'Some assistance physically. All
women feel depressed at times, and all
pleasure seems gone out of life. On all
such occasions, and indeed whenever
blue or worn out, she needs help. I
know, ln'cause I have been in that con
" 'And what do you do when iu that
" 'One thing, and one thing only. I
am assisted.bv the best friend that' any
woman ever liad. It is Warner's Safe
Cur). I mean it, and I have pood reason
to speak as I do. You think I am a
fierfectly healthy woman; so I am, but
I take several liottles of this great cure
every sea sou just as I take additional
care in the select ion of tonic-giving food.
As you know, there are certain times
when every (woman needs assistance.
At such times, aud before such times,
there is, so far as I know, but one thing
that can help, and that is the great cure
I have named. '
"I bade Mrs. Miller a reluctant good
by, for I felt that I had wet a woman
who know women, what their trials and
troubles were, and what they required."
What Interiiiitteucy Mr mis.
( luterniittency is that form of irregulari
ty in which the pulse apears to drop a
beat occasionally. Iu some instances it oc
curs regularly aud two or three times per
minute for several hours; sometimes, also,
it is very irregular, and is noted a uumU-r
of times within a few seconds aud not
agaiu for a minute or more. Thisjiecul
iarity generally causes much uneasiness.,
yet, while it may be a very serious symp
tom aud associated with grave and incura
ble disease of the heart, it often sigiiiflt-J
merely a functional disturbance which i
iu no wise dangerous. Hull's Journal of
Abracax was another of those old
fashioned gods who would look funny
in this day. The Persians had an idea
that he was the supremo being No. 1,
but the Greeks who used to job lot tho
gods, marked liini down to No. 3ti5.
Under cither system begot into the
400. He was very good, and had the
most complete collection of virtues in
the universe. Tho precise date of his
death is not known, but the presump
tion is that lie died young.-
Is the only
Water Proof Coat I
to Peel, Break or Stick.
to Leak at the Seams.
Thenars two wars too etntell ths (fnolaa
lUcisrt ths Flih Brindtrsdt msrkand s Soft Wot
sa Collar. Sold everywhere, or sent fres for prist.
A. J. TOWHR, rianufr. Boston, Matt.
OorHhlfld llrsrnl It better ttisn tar vatat
potf tost nadtastttt tot Sum
I bar a positive runiedj for tho above dUaasst by it
am thousand" of cases of tho worst kind and of long
standing have bflfln cured. Indued so st rorisr is my faith
in its efficacy, tbt. I w.ll amid TWO dottles fiikb, wltb
VALUABLE TREATISK on thit dlwnsetosnysnf
jettrr who will send Die thtir Express and 1'. O. address,
V. A. Slorum. M. t'.. .83 Pnrtrl St N. T.
If you have Malaria, l'llos, Slcli Head-Hi-lie,
4 ostivu ifotveis, Diluili A kmc hi eg
if your foiwl Uihm imt assimilate.
Tutt's Tiny Pills
will cure thfwe trouble. Hose small.
l'rlte, 85c. O.Hce. 3U I'ark l'larn, . 1 .
lit rii.t Kfterl.
"Look licr,!" exclaimed tha gruuur to a
Inn for, "that the sixth lump of annar you
hav put in vour mouth."
"That's ail rlht. The hut tarllt hill
put suynr on ths free INt." Wilmington
r raft sin mi
n liii'iiiislilri'ul Oder.
"I'm nil nuitrunk'," said the tramp.
"What's the matter?"
"There was a woman ovrr in lieneseo
ihis yiornltu! said "he could itlv me work." '
DK.ll HK..V Kill IT.
'I lioy sluv tmtltliutli'i wlii'ii tliy i llii inid
not ol Hi'mIiI'I id lu'lli'lit iIImhso. A"allMlit"
colli, a lit id linlliit'sllKUi hllluiisnosa ortsiustt
iwlloit, hV r wu) ill tlm "iiiliuir aliaii'iits"
Hilviiiii ii In niHiiy i'HMa m llli " U'iih no il rty tn
Mi I. lc" tllvii llitmi a sv. t ft, 1'iii ly defeat with
llnsletlei's Stiiinseli III tersaiut avert UieilaiiKer.
Alieruetliy administered an alarmlnir relitlkii In
Hie iiinii liu liifiiniicd lit hi that lin had " only a
iiild!" "only a euld," reeled the itnelnr,
" What vt'iiuld ye have Hie ilanuel" Itlimima
Usui and la Kil's are easily eillUKUtshalilu at
tile Mint, W'liv tlieil allow tliviu to K"l UP a full
Head o( steamr I'ut on the lirakes w llti lae lit 1
tra. The koiiIiiI warmtli w lileh tills silMrb unit
lelne illlllifos tlmiiiKh the avstiiui, the IiiimIiis
It gives to the etreilliillun ot ttui liluod, Us smitli
iiiK and slriiUKtlieiiltiii elteet ii on the nervous,
six'i'lHily reeouimeud It to tlieenloelilrd and sick.
' I ts the ureal vlllii tor malaria.
limmlitiT shall we Invite Ir. Hliilee to the
reeitlau? Mother -1 think we'd lielter not,
he's so ahsiMit minded. IU uiIkIiI charnu It In
100 It KW A It It, 100.
The n'aders of tlds naper will be ilasHl to
learn Itial there Is at least una drvaded Slsease
that science has hmui alile toeurv luail lUslaKes,
and tlnit Iseaoirrh. Hall's l uisirli tUiru Is the
only uwlUve euro now known to the minimi
(rnterutly. t'slarrh, Ih'Iiik a onnalllutlollal ills-i'H-0,
n'qulrt's a miiHtltultoual lieatineut. Hull's
t'alairh fur Is taken Itilerually, ailliiK dlreelly
iiniii Hie tiliMMl aud muroiia siirlaies of li. sys
tem, tlieri hy ilo-lrovlnn (he (iiiiudatlou of tlie
disease aud nlvlnii the ntleut streiiKth by bidld
Iuk up Hie eoiulllntlou aud assUtluK uaturo In
doluit lis work. The iniirtetors have so uiui'li
(alth lu Its curative ixiwurt that they olfor lllO
for any cast) that It lulls to euro. Head lor toa
K. J. I'HKNKY A I'O., Tohslo, O.
fWf thdd by driiKKlsla; 7b vents.
It looks s tluiujtli the North I'olo was playing
a kind ol Hiu In I'.sha itsnie. It docau't want to
For relieving throat trouhles mid doughs
"(i-mca't fniiiciiiil 7'rocAcs " have a world
wide reputation. Hiltl only in bints, l'rlue,
"KathiT," sidd a al x year-old, "whee It
Atiitn?" 'Atoms.niyboy? Whatdu you mea 7"
"vVhy the ilaeewbrrt) everrlsMly gU hlowu to."
Thtre't nothing UJX
of Catarrh, when you uso Dr. iago'"
Catarrh llctnedy. With tha poison
ous, irritating snuTTs and strong,
caustic solutions, a good deal is
loft. Tlioy may, perhaps, stop it
for a time, but there's danger of
driving it to the lungs. They work
on fako principles.
Uut Dr. Sage's Remedy eyres it,
no matter how bad the case, or of
how long standing. Not only Ca
tarrh itself, but Catarrhal Headache,
Colli in the Head everything
catarrhal in its nature. Tho worst
cases yield to its mild, soothing,
cleansing and healing properties.
So will yours. You may not be
lieve it, but tho proprietors of Dr.
Sage's Remedy do.
And to prove it they make you
If they can't cure you, they'll
pay you 1300 in cash. It's a busi
ness proposition from a responsible
Hut do you thitik they'd make
it if they, and you, couldn t depend
upon their medicine ?
ELY'S CHt AM UALtVf t ivn4 tno
iinhiikm Alltiys I'ulii
n run t's.,
ilvfft itvUvt' ttt fiiK
Apply into tht ,twfri?H.
i'nik'i-i'"'r oy umu. r.i.i
Uhik i 11 .f Sal 1
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Plrjcl Ctlslttat irum,
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- i -
Do you feel
don't feel like work. The
pid. You are full of bile.
Three doses of Moore's Revealed Rented;
you feel like a new person. For
YOUNO MEN I
The Speclflo A No.
Cni-fts, without full, all rasps of tionorr
ht iiimI Uft, no liuuter of Imw lmiff
huiiiiIIiik. Prpvinits stiii-tiirn, it holiiKnn In
ternal mniciiy. (;nrrs whfn t'VArytliliiu xlse
has falli'H. Hold hv all DniKlclst".
MBiiuiiMiliiri'rs: Tun A.Hriioeiilial.Mr1lciiie
Co., Hun Josu, Cat
Ttlir O Is ths arknnwiMtraa
lesdlnic remedy for all (hi
nnnatural dlscharfss aad
private dlacasds of men. M
cartaln ours for tb debllh
tatlnj waaknesa pacullal
T nMt.nrlhAli-.nf1 faal Baft
THEEstfiH(MinlRa In recommodln It M
old by lirUKKtmii,
Pirn's Remnly for Catarrh Is tho
Rest, Enslp-t to ITse, and Rheapcst.
f jrCprss IrTN, 1
I JUtUSOtMt tt it
I -s M ttuM Sirltitrt.
Cold by dni(tlst or scut by mall,
(Op, H. T. Baaaltloa, Vuno, n.
IN. J ' :M
Both tho inetlioil find rcsiilbi when
?3yrup of Fifjij it taken j it is pleasant
nnd refrcshiug to tho taste, nnd icU
fontlyyet promptly on tlu Kidneys,
iiver anil Ilowels, cleansen tho sys
tem ofl'ectually, dispels colds, licnd
tclies nml fevers nml cuius luiliilu.'l
fonstrjmtion pennnneiitly. For salo
iu DOoaiul $1 bottles by nil tlruiHU.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
ant mmvixco, ct.
lOUISVIUi. nr. tQKK, H.t.
- i .wamu-sv.M.v n i '
Tills GRF.VT OH'tur CI'KI', this wrct ii.
ful CONSUMPTION CURK is sold by dm.
(Mill on S positive Eiinrnntcc, A test tluil iHinll.tr
Cure run stand mirtrvifuTy. If you hive
COUCH, IIOARsrNISSor 1.A CKUTi; it
will cure you prnmtitlv. ' If your child ha Hie
CROUP or NVIIOOPINU COUtiH, use it
niiiiklv and relief Is wire. If you frrCt)N.
SUMPTION, don't wait until yourc'.cil'iw.
lets, Imt t .Ae this Cure ot onco sud receive ini
mediate help, Lsre b'tlles, 5k?. nnd fl.co.
Traveler! convenient pocket s'.e Sjc A-lt
your drucgint forSIIII.OirSCUUK. If v mr
iun;"! are sore or hai k lame, u.-.o Shiluh't t.
jus I'laitcri. 1'iitc, 25c.
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t-ouiiiiHii 1 the hliflii l ptlea
and will doveloiMi your
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uu reoooiio to kill
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Pianos and Organs.
WINTER & HARPER,
71 Morrison Street, Portland, Or.
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- is fi.rtf'nld In I (.-nit
H i tptitklu AUmrbL
iim r., m w ftrn'U nu ci. .
and Cent. 81s stifles
Cushion and Solid Tires.
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Tubing, Adjuiublt Ball Bttringi to all running parts,
including rsdtli. uipsnnon Stddlt.
Strictly BIOBORADEin Every rurticxilar.
Ncnd 6 eentiTTn stamps for our KM)-par? lllustralnd catiu I
loan tf lnns, Klflss, KfTolrsrs, Spurt Ing Oonils, etc.
Mfrs., 147 Wathlngton St., BOSTON, MASS-
Do you have a headache?
ache? You can't eat anil
f f I I D trouble is your liver is lor
I JJ El Get rid of it without delay.
will do it and make I
sale by all druggists.
lata I V EG.i tt
LANDS, PATENTS, PENSIONS.
If you ard llitpriisied on any l.nml ohhi,; If you
. wuut u I'm i' n I. or ili-dlre a IViislun, Wi lli; fur Inlor
oiiitlou to II Al.llWIN t li t LOW i N, A ttor
nxya, SViikIiIiikIoii, Jl. C, Conto-t Ciimts, MIiiIiik
. iHiiim nun iiiiiinmii i,iiiios a spi'iMtiiiy. reus niou
erutii. Any iii-Hlred mfcri'iH'B glvi'ii. :
Foley Hot Springs
ARE THE BEST WATERS ;
For I.lver and Kldniy Cnninlaliit, lllieimifittiim.
(lout, Dropsy, Mtln anil I'rlvnle IIIm-iinim. 'Boaull
fully sltuiitvd In I'hwmiIo Mouiilalns, (Ml nilli-i ruxt
of Kukiuii', Now hotnl mid IiiiiIih; 0-n all yi'ar
round. Wrlle for clconliir to
it A UK its Ml'i.FOKD, lvroprltors,
Koli'V Hot KirlnK, Ijiiip ominty, Or.
IxhiIi fur this ailv't In llils impsr ni'xt "'"'j
Old Gold and SUrer Bounht; send your 61(1 Gold
and SUrer by mall to the old and reliable hnuss of A.
Celewao, 41 Third street, Han Francisto; I will send by
return mall the cash, aoonrding to astuy;- If tbd amount
Is not taSlsf aotory will return Kold.
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JU riCIf AHsayer and Analytical CliomtsL
II. IluK, W WaMhl!igtonkit.,r'urtlutK),Or.
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