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Pay the Price of the
Royal for Royal only.
Actual tests show the Royal Baking
Powder to be 27 per cent, stronger than
any ether brand on the market. If an
other baking powder is forced upon you
by the grocer, see that you are charged
the correspondingly lower price.
Th water supplied to the ureal American
eitle woald be of bolter quality If water-drinker
would occasional. y take a hand in polities.
Why continue the use of remedies that
only relieve when Kly's Cream lattn;
pleasant of application and a sure cure for
catarrh and cold in head, can lie had.
I had a severe attack of catarrh, and be
came so deaf 1 could not hear common
conversation. 1 sutlVred terrihly from roar
ing in my head. I procured a bottle of
Kly's Cream Halm, and in three weeks
could hear as well as ever, and now 1 can
say to all who are afflict m with the worst
of diseases, catarrh, take Kly's Cream
Halm and be cutrd. It is worth tt.OVO
to any man, woman or child sutleriii)! from
catarrh. A. K. Newman, Grayling, Mich.
Apply Halm into each nostril. It is
quicklv absorbed. Gives relief at once.
Price, JiO cents at druggists' or Ly mail.
M Warren street, New York.
The fool never ha an idea that in too large to
slip out of his mouth.
"I have been afflicted with bilious
ness and constipation for fifteen years
and first one and then another prep
aration was suggested to me and
tried, but to no purpose. A friend
recommended August Flower and
words cannot describe the admira
tion in which I hold it. It has given
me a new lease of life, which before
was a burden. Its good qualities
and wonderful merits should be made
known to everyone suffering with
dyspepsia and biliousness." Jessb
Barker, Printer, Humboldt, Kas.
This Trade Mark i on the bett
&autd In the World! '
re A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS.
We think we value health ;
but are all the time making
sacrifices, not for it, but of it.
We do to-day what we must
or like ; we do what is good
for us when we have to.
W e could live in full health ,
do more work, have more
pleasure, amount to more, by
being a little careful.
Careful living is the thing
to put first ; let us send you
a book on it ; free.
Scott k Bowne, Chemists, 13c South 5th Avenue,
Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver
oil all druggists everywhere do. $1,
To Agents and Photographers!
A, F. rouse & CO.,
Portraits and Frames,
1336 Market St., 9. F., Cal.
Send for catalogue and price lint.
Humbling the Haughty Jaultor.
A little girl whom? parents recently cm
from the country to live iu a birf New York
list houe was wnfully disappointed to
loam that her pot dog Fido hnl boon left
behind with a neighbor because the haugh
ty janitor would not allow doip to be kept
iu Ills castle by any of his wretched sub
ject. Unlike the other children in the flat
house, she never learned to humble herself
before the awful dignity of this nm-runte,
but always stuck her tongue out at him to
show that she was just as "high toned'' a
he. Consequently the janitor meditated
So one day when she came to him meek
ly and told him that an uncle had Kiven
her a dear little pus dog and bogged that
ahe might be allowed to keep it in her tint
he fairly roared with righteous iudigua
tion anil demanded its instant ejection.
She assured him that it would not disturb
anybody, that it would not lo allowed to
wander in the halls, and that it would bite
no one iu the Hat. He was inexorable, and
glad of the chance to be so.
The child licgan to cry, and all the othct
children in the tint house gathered around
to hear the result. "Well, you'll have to
take him away yourself then," she sobliod.
"I never could do it." The mail was only
too willing, and up the stairs he started iu
pompous haste, followed by all the ot net
children, awestruck at the retribution
that had fallen ou the only child that had
ever dnred to "cheek" the janitor. 1 lit
tearful child opened the door of her fat her'
Bitting room, and there ou a mat by the
fireplace lay the dearest little pug dog,
asleep, with a bright little ribhou around
his throat. The little owner threw herself
in a paroxysm of tears on a sofa, the heart
less janitor advanced upon thedog, and the
other children watched from the hall.
Quick as a flash the great man swooped
en the little dog and raised it from the
floor. A squeal of laughter came from the
sofa, a chorus of whoops and yells from
the hall and the big fellow folded his ears
and slunk away.
The dog was t.-rra cotta, and as natural
as life. -Vew York Tribune.
Different Kinds of Frog.
"The eggs of the bullfrog are laid late in
May, while those of the common frog are
hatched in March or April. Much, how
ever, depends on the weather. At that
time you can hear them croak. You can
always tell the male by the sound of his
voice. As you approach you will hear his
familiar r-r-rum, r-rum. The female voice
is not nearly so strong as that of her mate.
Their faculties of hearing are acute. They
discern the sound of approaching footstep"
at a great distance, and after giving the
alarm remain silent.
They lay their eggs near the edge of the
pond, if possible among the grasses that
line it. The eggs rise immediately to th
surface. The frogs separate then, and il
the weather is genial the eggs are hatched
in the course of about fourteen days.
They first appear like a pin with a large
head. Tadpoles have no legs, the body ta
pers into a tall, giving it a fish like form.
The mouth is a horny beak which falla oB
when it becomes a frog. The hind legs
grow first, aud afterward the fore legs be
gin to appear, the tail being gradually ab
sorbed. They live exclusively in the water,
but the mature frog visits the pond only
occasionally, although capable of remain
ing long immersed, but always preferring
On each side of the neck of the male is
a delicate membrane, which when they
croak becomes inflated with air. Th
greater proportionate length and strength
of the hind legs enables them to leap a dis
tance wonderful for creatures of their size.
The bullfrogs of this country are superioi
to all others in the world. In Kio Janerio
they have a species called the blacksmith
frog, which croaks so sonorously that the
noise is like the clanging of a hammer oo
an anvil. The intermingling voices oi
other kinds resemble the lowing of cattli
at a distance. The frog in Peru has ao
quired the name of the sugarmiller, be
cause its voice has a grating sound likt
that produced by a sugar mill. Interview
in New York World.
A Pretty J'hrae.
The Italians have a pretty phrase to ex
press that fine kind of tact which is inde
pendent of education. They call it "the
intellect of love," and they havecrystallized
in those four words one of the most ethe
real, but also one of the most potent, char
acteristics of human nature. Not the most
liberal education gives this intellect of love
where the materials have been denied by
nature; not the most restricted range ol
knowledge destroys it where it is there by
the constitution of things.
People who have this intellect of lovt
are as slow to take offense as to give it,
They have none of that prickly heat ol
temperament which flushes out into a
moral eruption at the least contrariety oi
circumstances. They make allowances foi
weather, health, disappointments, annoy
ances, misunderstandings, and they give
the benefit of the doubt on the charitable
side whenever it is possible to frame a
doubt at all. They never quarrel. Even if
things go badly, as by reason of malice and
misrepresentation they do sometimes with
the best in the world, they suffer quietly
and do not make bad worse. New York
Joaquin Miller' Lonely Home.
All alone, with himself as his only com
pany, up among the high cliffs just outside
the town of Oakland, Cal., Joaquin Miller,
the poet of the Sierras, is passing his days.
"What is there to attract one here?" he re
cently wrote to a friend who wanted to
travel 2,000 miles to visit him. "Nothing,
absolutely nothing but centipedes, scor
pions and the tarantula, and they're not
the best company for a city bred man, for
whatever they put their feet on they poi
son. But I like it. I just turn the rocks
up here over, then I plant a tree or build
a fence, and once in a great while I write.
Keep away from me; stay where you are,
1 aud when I want you and the rest of the
world I'll send." Philadelphia Press.
SPECULATION ON WALL STREET
HAS TURNED THEIR BRAINS.
Insanity Canard by Mental .Strain and
llrary I.oae,la.v (JouUi'a rarttier
Who liar (inu to Asylum A Lunatic
llrokvr Operate Among Other Patient.
"Knough Wall street men to till an insane
asylum have gone entry bccaiue of the ter
rible strain upon them," said a veterau
Hock broker to a reporter yesterday.
A retrospect of a few years showed that
llu remark was true. More than iu any
cither kind of business the slaves of specu
lation are liable to hwe their reason.
Attention whs called to the subject by
the case of Hroker IVdrick H. Middeudorf,
who was found wandering in the Mreeta of
this city a few days agv.
Middondorf was a sMculntor iu a small
way, and when he made a few thousand
dollar by the rise in augar trust certifi
cates it is supposed his good luck proved
too much for him.
Wheu found ho had f-VOtW in his pockets,
lie was dangerously insane, and bit and
struck the ollleers who removed him to
Hellevue hospital, where he now is.
A few years ago William Van Schaick
was one of the liest known and most pop
ular memlcr of the New York Stock Kx
chango. He was a daring speculator, who
had acquired a large fortune in a few years.
Mr. Van Schaick lived in Orange, N. J.
One evening he went home wild eyed aud
crying. His wife whs shocked at hia ap
pearance. "We are pauHrs:" he cried. "All that I
had has lieeu lost in Wall street!"'
His wife was unnerved at her husband's
words and believed them true. Next day
Van Schaick 'a safe was opened by his rela
tives, and in it were found 1100,000 in gov
ernment lionds. At the time his mind gave
way he was worth close on to $.W,000, but
he imagined that he was a paiter.
Mr. Van Schaick was put away in a re
treat. It is said that he lias almost recov
ered, and may put in an appearance iu Wall
street again in a short time.
.t:r i'.kakv to iik."
The case of Charles Prentiss is still talk
ed of by member of the Stock Kxchunge,
although it ooeirrred several years ago.
Prentiss was a shrewd and successful trail
er, who had made a fortune by constant
application to the business of scculation.
One day he rushed upon the floor of the
Stock Kxchange and mounted the rostrum.
"You have made your last eighth!'1 he
shouted to his astonished fellow brokers.
"I Jet ready to die, for the I,onl is about to
visit you all with destruction."
Mr. Prentiss was taken to his home iu
New Jersey by his family and has drifted
out of sight. It i believed that he never
recovered from his sudden attack of In
sanity. A memorable case was that of dashing,
handsome Charlie .Tonnes. He was the
life of the board, always ready with jest
and story and the leader in all sorts of fun.
He whs a young man, too, and no oue In
the entire city seemed to have a brighter
prospect before him. Johnes was the rec
ognized leader of fashion on the Stock Kx
change, and his mind was particularly
bright and brilliant.
All at once he collapsed because of a
constant strain, and became a mere child.
His pitying friends had him removed to a
private hospital, where he still remains.
It is said that he will never recover his
reason. Occasionally Johnes imagines that
he is again a figure upon the floor of the
"I'll sell 1,000 sugar trust at 90!" he
shouts, while he jumps around and cre
ates consternation among the other pa
tients by his agile antics.
Johnes had a fortune of 1100,000 when he
became insane. He had started a few years
previously as a clerk for Charles F. Woeris
hoffcr, the most daring and successful bear
operator that Wall street has ever had.
Jay Gould's first partner, Charles M.
Leupp, lost a fortune in Wall street. He
took the profits from his tannery business
ami sunk them in stock speculation.
Then he became insane, and cut his throat
while lying in a bath tub.
Another acquaintance of Jay Gould is
now confined in an asylum ia this state.
This is "Col." Wells, who waa for years
a noted speculator. He lost his fortune, and
conceived the idea that his ill luck was due
to the machinations of Jay Gould, with
whom he had some business dealings.
Wells became insane upon the subject,
and kept sending letters to Mr. Gould
threatening the life of the little magnate.
Mr. Gould iH-'came frightened at the threats
and called in the services of Inspector
The inspector watched the mail lioxes,
and caught Col. Wells iu the act of de
positing a threatening letter addressed to
Mr. Gould. Wells was tried and found In
sane, and is still confined in an institution.
INTO THK RIVER.
John Piatt was a prominent Wall street
man ten years ago. He was the American
representative of important German bank
ing houses, and frequently swung a line of
30,000 shares of stock.
The excitement told on him and he went
mad. Piatt went down to the foot of Wall
street one afternoon, after the close of the
market, and jumped off the dock. His body
was never recovered, aud is supposed to
have drifted out to sea.
Amasa F. Stone used to be a prominent
figure on the Stock Kxchange until he went
Kx-Surrogate Robert Hutchings is an in
mate of a Jersey asylum. He was unlucky
in Wall street, and the disappointment
broke him down. At one time he was one
of the largest operators in the market.
The friends of Douglas Green, who ran
off with Mrs. Snell-McCrae, believe that he
is insane. He was a hard worker and took
little exercise, and it is said that his queer
actions on the exchange had attracted at
tention long before he indulged in his final
Washington Quinlan.the young plunger
who mysteriously disappeared recently and
has never been heard from, is believed by
his fellows to have become insane. Tbcy
say he had been conducting himself in an
erratic manner owing to his heavy losses
Post, the aged broker, who used to eat
sandwiches and pie at a buffet counter and
skip out without paying for his lunch, was
crazy according to his friends.
So was William H. Guion, who had been
a speculator for many years, and whose
losses are said to have unbalanced his
There are men in Wall street who assert
that for a week or two after the Marine
bank failure Itussell Sage was insane.
There is no doubt that he was mad. He
lost $5,000,000 by the decline in the market,
and it is said that he was removed to
Quogue, L. I., where Dr. Munn attended
him. That was how Dr. Munn became the
private physician of Jay Gould. His work
with Mr. Sage was so efficacious that Uncle
Russell recommended him to Mr. Gould.
in w hose employ he baa ever aince been.
St. Paul Globe.
. DAVID C. COOK.
The Pioneer Publisher of Literature for
Pavld 0. Cook, Urn Chicago Sunday
ehool publisher, was bom in Kant Wor
cester, New York, in ISM, a mm ol Hev.
E. 8. Oook, a Methodist minuter, a cul
tured and mhoUrly num. Since earliest
childhood he lias Utii devoted to the
luyhood he Joined
the church, and lie
Itun teaching In the
Sunday school at
the age of eeventeen
1.. ,.. v..t 1
-,C ill hit. m ru'mnnni
of Chiciwo. and lor
v jfci four year tollowing
ny. .v y,r nw " "
VAy V time In two or
three school encti
IUVIO i COOK.
The fire of 1S71 whs the beginning of
hi mission and Sunday-school work ou
the North Side. Hi Held wit one ol
the roughest and poorest of the but nt
district. Here, In a German theater
and beer hall, he organmed "Kvery
body'g Mission," afterward removed to
a building of it own, Willi an attend
ano of 8fi) to 4fV), he itistained the
tchool for five year without the aid ol
church or Boclety.
Besides this, he has since organized
and superintended North Avenue Mis
sion, Lake View Miesion, I.nke View
I'uion Sunday-Bchool in Chicago, and
the Sunday-sciiool connected with Grace
Church hi Klgin, 111., beside several
Ilia first publication were Issued for
hi own Sunday-schools alone. Neigh
boring Sunday-school, appreciating the
value of these helps, became his first
subscriber. Soon Mr. Cook discovered
that hi were not the only pchool that
needed more and better literature than
they could all'ord to buy at the price
then existing, and resolved to make it
hi life work to place in th hands ol
the Sunday-school children of the land
an abundance of the very best literature
at the lowest possible price.
He wa met at the verv outset with
almost insurmountable obstacles and
lively opposition ; but the ohetacle and
opposition only furnished nest, for he
is a man of purpose, and it ha Is en
well said of hi in, "hi indomitable
energy demands insurmountable ob
tacle." That hi purpose wa good
and wife is proved by the way lie has
It ia seventeen yeara since he issued
hi first publication, and there ia now
scarcely a village or hamlet in the land
where they are not known and used.
He employ regularly six associate edi
tors and some sixty writers, represent
ing some of the ablest Sunday-school
talent in the land.
Among those who know him person
ally he ia always recognized as a man of
strong Chriatian character, a practical
worker in the church, Sunday-school
and tempennce cnuse, and a warm
friend of iniaaiona, both home and for
eign. Steamboat ascending the Yamhill
river is expected to be a welcome sight
again during the winter. Obstructions
in the river in Oregon are being rapidly
Jewelry, Wntrhes anil Diamond.
For a first-class article i 1 Jewelry,
Watches, Diamonds, etc., send to A. Kel
denlieimer, leading Jeweler, F rst and Mor
rison, Portland. r.
CATA It KH C AN'T UK t'l KK1I
Wi'h UiC.W.Al'PUt'ATIOS-'.iiiilhe. c-m't reach
the seat ol the iliftae. 'h iirth i a bit ml
cimiitltliti til dl-i'iiHo, iilid In 1 rder to cure t
you hsvii to t ke Inteinsl reineilkw. Hall's fa
Uirrh Cure I liiken Internally, anil aet diris tl'
on the lilmnl mill mucous mirfiu'es. Hull's Ca
tarrh Cure l no quack tiuMii-tiic. It as r
sciibeil hyono ol the bout phj ulciaim In lhl
country for years, and Is 11 r iril r prescription.
It i composed i,f the beat t mlea ki:n 11, com
bine 1 with the b xt b.ovd purlllers, ai tlnit di
rectly on the lniii oii surface. '1 he k feet
1 omblnatloii of the two liiKnilleuts Is what pro
duces such wonderful rctuilta in curing catarrh,
end for totlmo' lals free.
K. J. CHKNKY .v l O., Prop., Toledo, O.
Hold by druggist; price, ".' con .
Tbt Qirmia for breakfast.
Use Knamellue Stove Polish; no dtiit, no smell.
Holiday presents in Jewelry for every
body. Sena to A. Keldenlieiiner, leading
Jeweler, First and Morrison, l'ortlaud. Or.
There's a wide difference
between the help that's talked of
and the help that's guaranteed.
Which do you want, when you're
If you're satisfied with words, you
get them with every blood-purifier
but one. That one ia Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. With
that, you get a guarantee. If it
doesn t help you, you have your
money back. On this plan, a medi
cine that promises help is pretty
sure to give it.
But it's because the medicine is
different, that it's sold differently.
It's not like the sarsaparillas, which
are said to be good for the blood
in March, April, and May. At all
seasons and in all cases, it cures
permanently, as nothing else can,
all the diseases arising from a tor
pid liver or from impure blood.
It's the best blood - purifier, and
it's the cheapest, no matter how
many doses are offered for a dollar.
With this, you pay only for the
good you get.
Can you ask more?
YOU NEED NOT FEAR
that people will know your hair Is dyed If
you use that perfect Imitation of nature,
I It Imparts a glossy color and fresh life to th
Hair. J'rice, i. omrc, a rurk run e, pi. x.
VI I.R AND IINWOHTIIT
6l ooMdi'iiiiton are muminn ut which It In hn
sorted and there are mnny mich- that t heroine
imimdiaiuiy immut minioui ot lotui tsumini.
I here to none inch Hint can. chronic illaorUcr
cannot la) limtantaucounly removed, Continuity
in tm lino 01 a iiciiiiiiiv medicine, am 11 a lion
tetter's stomach Hitter, will etsdlOHtii chronic
itiyatcnl evil. Not the Icnat of tht xo l In thu
ori'e ol Ita oiipoaliioii to medicine ia coinillna
tlo i, to the tvmoval ol w hich, II H'iatctcd in, the
hitler la particularly adapted, Conaiiletloii ol
the ihimoIk la a complaint u hlelt aliould bo dealt
Ith oaily and ayaleiiiHtlcailv. Ho arc II tiausl
atleiiiUiita, lleor eomplaltil sud d a ohIs. b'or
llicao, lor In h Ih 1 in , rhciiniatlam, kliliu v iioiilile,
and more recently " la Mi'lopo," Una hlxhly nud
ptoleaalonallv oonuiininlod inedleliio la an mi
loiihlcd aiiooHlo. otlnnit can exi oed It, more
over, a a mi'ana ol ImparlliiK alroiiglli In the
lootile and nervnlia.
Ill time of trial uolhluii hiinua
lo 11 man than an seulllal.
DO NOT IIK IIKCKIK1.
I'tM'Miiis with weak lung- those who are
constantly catching cold - should wear an
Al.l.coi k's I'oKot a lt ami Kit over Hie cheat
and another between the shoulder hludc
during cold weather. Ivcnicinlicr they al
ways Mrengthen and never weaken the. part
to w hloh they are applied. I Hi tint be de
ceived I'V liniiRinliiK any other planter like
tlietii lliev are not may look It, hut looks
deceive, Insist always on having All,
cock's, the only reliable, plaster ever pro
The huiiisi mini la not fic-Udlou. Ho Uvea on
thoaimplcat till ga lie call (Ind.
HiioNriims. For hoarseness nud sine
hroat "Urown't iiiiMi'Aiii Trofhtt" are a
Ann-nil man Kouorally hsd holler wheu ho
lucot a man ho la inoni 1 1 a miine than tie ia.
lU'l'Tl UK AMI I'll.KH ll'KKII.
We ra-ialUvclr cure ruptuni, pile and all rec
tal dlaeami without pain or detention (mm limi
ne, No cure, no pay. Alan all I'rimlr ilia
cairn. Addroa lor pamphlet Dra. 1'orlortluM A
boaoy, KM Market atreel, Halt Kraiielno.
rerfiH llon la insdo up ol trlllc, lint II la tin
IrlllliiK mailer to sitaln pcrfci lion.
Most reliable ami largest Jewelry House
in Portland is A. Keliloiilioiinor s, lending
Jeweler, l-'irst ami Morrison, l'ortlaud, nr.
Doth the method and results whet
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleiwanl
and refreshing to the taste, and Kti
ntly yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho lys
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
tches and fevers and cures habittm
.onBtipation permanently. For sale
in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
louiiviiu. nt. fy tQHK. n r.
Mm- . I
Cures Consumption, Couch, Croup, 8or
Tliroi.4. Sn'-i by all IrtnciM on a Gii.uantee.
K'ira Ijmo Siilu, I'atlc erChut Ghiloh' Porous
Flaitcf will Ee rrf 't r-'.ti -faction. aj cent.
Mrs. T. H. lluwl;l!is,t'li:itl!'.riinif:t,Tcnn.,sayit
".N'iidWi's YittiL.ir'SAVi:i .11' LIVH I
I trrr wrd." l-'or Dvi ;s-pla. Uvir or Kidney
troublo itoxcclj. I'nco i5i,tj.
Ilnvnvout'atHrrhif Try this Itometly. It will
relievo and Cure yon. Trleo fill cs. '1 his In
jeetor forltssuoi-e-istul tnntment Is furnished
free. ehlloh'S llemedies are sold by ua OU a
vuurantco to b'lvo satlaTitctiou.
3 Rag carpel
Weaves 100 ranis per
Uuy. CautliiKiio f rvo,
1 C. N.NEWC0MB.
li 382 W.BUbavuutiert,Iuwa.
IB. PA It K KU'H Hl'UK COCliM CCItK.
One dose will stop a rough. It never falla.
Try It. I'ricc, J.1) eents a hot le. For sale by nil
druggists. 1'hcIHc Coiixt Agon's,
GEO. DAHLBt NDER a CO., Drugglits,
!i!4 Kearny Nlreut, Sun Kraiielseo, Cal.
SEND US YOUR HIE
we ill forward you our Illustrated catalogue
and price Hat of hllverwiire, tjtinps, (Jris-kery,
Ulaasware and House Kurnlaliing (IikmIh, Free.
Olds & Summers,
189191 FIRST ST., PORTLAND. OR.
ANY WEAK MAN
Who Ih Buffering, eitlipr la mind or
body, from tho ItijurioiiH or weukunlntf
Icflfictft of Mr own Ignorant foil leu, aluino
uud uxcesrw-ri can ho quickly utxl iienna
in ntlv fiiirrtl. l'MiinrH tree (fu ah'Ul.
DR, COLE & CO.,
Tneae old JJocrira nave naa JU year
lixnrif:nr in rllrinir l'rivnti!. lllooil. Nur
yniia anil Mcln imhi'wi b. write ro-nay.
Reliable Remedies tent privately to any address.
Morphine Habit Cured In 10
toiiUilays. No pay till cured.
DR. J. STEPHENS, Lebanon, Ohio.
Old Gold and Hllrer Bought; tend jour old Qol
and HtlTer by mall to the old and reliable hnuae ot A
Oolemau, 41 Third treet. Ban FrandMO; I will lead b
return mail th eah, aooordlag to mai ; It the amount
la not atlfaotoi7 will return (aid.
if .'j A K-ff-l. lKw
JUr. .4. A. IHlNitntS
l )liu, Miii.
For the Good of Others
.it. Mi: IHtlhtmn llnutilif Lit
flown IIooiI'h Strtiitritltt.
Wo nro ileitsiiil to jursetil this fmni
l!v. A. A. Williams, of tint Sillsls'ti
si reel I'liilstiitn I'liunli, l.ynn, M'ihh. :
" I ce no reioioii why s eloiei nisii, more than
la man, ho alm hcie.il ho apeaka, aholllil
lie.lliile tu approve an
Articlo of Morlt
and worth, tiom nli'di lie or lila fainllv hsva
hoi n al.Mlallv lain tiled, and u lioe o oniiieiiila
II, II III il aei-ve to l llcud tlion- li, in li lo otto IH
n Inoivaaiiiit lliclr Illen.o Mv wlio hut
ioi iiiuiiv cnia l-eii aulli r r ir.nu m-wiu
or Hhleh ihe (..innl III le help -lie Im tried
many lldiigi tloil pionil-ci w .11 hill p.-ilorui.
I ttl . I not all S lllelld K.ne her It Initio ol
Ih.od'a SaiMiimr lla II ocin iiiprl.luit nai
Iniph one lioiilo could and did . I lor lo-r
II,,, tit I ho L a of heildaeho .1. or. n-, In lunula r
ami were h a iolml lit ihoo inien.'.'v , lino
her yoiieial health Inn h ell linpnu.'t Her
itepo He ha al-ii heen holler I umi our I'M1
h uce H till
I paio no
In . il l, .rt iix II
A V il I I an,
MOO'S PIUS en'
Mil o ai d ell. ol e
II. o l,o.
I r a I.
(nun v oiil'.art.O,
AND aovi iJTiJor
rwar ttwjtK, roccroN,QALir.
wnii, wrt WW ww hvjtw . w. w t,yunh
A an f itunj'lc, thuwitti; whtit ctitth lym,
KMiCTKIC I. U STICK
In I'Kcka'i-a only, at 0-.
Thl la at.. .ul (a per Hi. In Hulk, and It I in
limai I,ai-. i,h v, i.i.i sh or I'm isiiimi nrAi:n
iu I lie r. s. Try be. Hackano anil n-e.
Il.ta always nold at I and U'-.C.
SMITH'S CASH STORED
411, m, IIS I rout at., a. I.
pag i a rate
CATALOGUE P ACS. IN li AND
1 ANN'S QONE Q UTTER
Will ent Irjr or Oroeu
(iroen Cut HuNKrt will
iVmhlo tho nimihcr ol okk
will make them inure ler
tllo will earry tho hen
safely tliroiij;li tho meltiuK
Ierloil and put thorn iu
condition to lay when ork
ami will (Involoiiii your
rhlcks faster than any
Feed flroen Untie and
on) reoo.oiie to kill
tho lieu, and you will mak
fitly VlT crnt luoru prolit.
Heud for CataliiKim and
riTALUMA IlCOBATOa COHP'Y, - PETiLDMA, CAL
Guns for Everybody.
. :,-jir .
Just received a full lineoi
Parker, Smith, Remington, Ithha,
Lefever, U. M. C, Etc.
The most complete stock in the Northwest.
Kend 6 cent iu HtinnpM for 11'2-piiKe llliiHtritted
H. T. HUDSON,
O.'l First Htreet,
The Specific A No. I.
CnrcR, wllhoii. fall, all canon of Uonorr
hu'ii and HJIeot, no niatter (it liow innar
atiinilhiK- ri-cvontfl stricture, It IioIiik an In
ternal remiMly. tiiin when everything olue
has failed. Hold liy all DriiKirLslH.
Muniifiutiiro: The A.Hclioenliel.Mfillclne
Prle. a.l.OO. t-'"-' Htt" J"o, CaU
TIIr CI Ist'iaarknnwieaitwK
leading ramerlv lor t'i.v
unnatural dlscharee aa tl
private dlavaaea of mm.
certain cure lor the daol'-fe
tatlnf weakoe paooii'AV
VMaalrtr I preaorlbaltand fealttfH
DHEMinitnn. In reoommaadlOA It mi
I all unerr.
i. J. 8T0N1R. M COiH-u hi.
old toy ras;Kl.
tUntS WHtHt ALL USt IAILS.
Best Cough Syrup. Taxtos UimkI. Use
in rune, nnia ny aniKirlHta.
N. P. N. U. No. 467-S. F. N. U. No. 644
I a,i,-a- f !.
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