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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1893)
U. S. Government
The report of the analyses of Baking Powders, made
by the U. S. Government (Chemical Division, Ajjfl
Dep'i), shows the Royal superior to all other powders,
and skives its leavening strength and the strength of each
of the other cream of tartar powders tested 'as follows:
ROYAL, Absolutely Pure,
The OTHER POWDERS
TESTED are reported to con
tain both lime and sulphuric
acid, and to be of the following
strengths respectively, . . .
greater leave nine
RGiuteruala, Nicaragua and the Liber
als of Honduras are combining against
Our readers serve themselves ly
noticing the remarkable oilcrm advertised
in another column by the Sli nwood Hall
Nursery Co. i f Jlenlo I'ark ni. I San Fran
cisco, who are leaders oa tho coast in f ur
cishiug t ven thiug for the farm and garden.
A new kind of flannel i railed
nel." It shrink from wiuhin.
Let us look into the force, mean
ing, reason of the oft-repeated line:
Cures Promptly and Permanently.
Tains Endured for 30 Years,
Have been promptly Cured by
riT. JACOBS OIL..
By the use of:
A FEW APPLICATIONS
A HALF BOTTLE
Correspondence with Sufferers shewt
ntire permanence of cure up to this
time, in some cases covering
.r.d so on, and this proof wo hold.
A copy Of tuo "Official rrvtftlin c f the
Von Vs ( oluajbiaa Exp" -Ition," ri- .'riptive
cf Buildings and, Grounds, lieautifuliy hlus
l:ntfi1, in Vr cplT eflects, i.i be snt to
any uriiiress i:non receipt of i'i postage
ffi'xrrt .j THB CtAIUfcS A. VOsi'ULCa Co,
My wife suffered with indigestion
and dyspepsia for years. Life be
came a burden to her. Physicians
failed to give relief. After reading
one of your books, I purchased a
bottle of August Flower. It worked
like a charm. My wife received im
mediate relief after taking the first
dose. She was completely cured
now weighs 15 pounds, and can eat
anything she desires without any
deleterious results as was formerly
the case. C. H, Dear, Prop'r Wash
ington House, Washington, Va.
E"" rur garden rTP
I ready and
The Timothy Hopkins
Collection of Sweet Peas
Containing twenty-ona distinct varieties a large
packet of each fur 8i.5, or a packet of the tame
Varieties, mixed, for to cents.
12 Carnations (distinct Tuieties) . $1.00
12 Chrysanthemums $1.00
12 Pelargoniums (dutiactTarieties) $1.00
12 RoSeS distinct Tariedes) - $I.OO
A II strong, healthy, pot-grown plants, fret by mail.
Flower ppff Twenty'five cnoic
lw"51 CCUS-m- varieties, yourcran
Vegetable Seeds ztT..oa'
With either of above collections our handsomely
illustrated 100-page catalogue is sent free. This is
admitted to be a work of art, and contains a reproduc
ti' n, in natural colors, of the twenty-one varieties now
um'vfrsally recoffnized as The Timothy Hopkins
Collection of Sweet Peas.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERY CO.
BAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
TUs Trade Hark la on the bert
In the World!
J. TOWER, BOSTON. MASS.
uonanmptlTea ana people
who have weak lungs or Asth
ma, should use Piso's Cure for
Consumption. It has cared
inonsanas. it Has not injur
ed one. It Is not bad to take.
It is the best cough syrup.
doiu everywuere. VuC
N, Pi N. U. -No. 4fc5-S. F. N. U. No. 58
) 9.53 ,
Cubic in. prr oi.
. . 133.6
than any other
Need lea Are Very Ancient.
The needle is one of the most nneient
Implement or instruments of which we
have any record. The old time needle
were unlike the modern luxury, they hav
ing been made of wood, bronze, lame, etc.,
and without eyes, a circular depression at
the blunt end having been so fashioned as
to enable it to carry the thread. Pliny de
scribes the needles of bronze which were
used by the ancient li reeks and Komntt:
and since his dav similar instruments have
lieen found in comparative abundance both
at Herculaneum and Pompeii. The tirst
account of the manufacture of "white
tron," or steel needles, says that they were
made at Nuremberg, in 14('0, and. while
the exact date is in doubt, they are said to
have been made in Britain as early as l.Vl.V
The account further adds that the tirst
needles manufactured in England were
made by a Spanish uejjr-o, who died with
out having taught any one his art.
During the reign of Elizabeth the indus
try was revived, and, strange to say, also
by a foreigner a native of Iudia. The
forerunner of the present great Hedditch
ueedle manufactory was established by
Christopher Greening and a Mr. Darner in
1650. Many unsuccessful attempts were
made to bring out the "drilled eye" needle
before it was tinally intmiuced in
Two years later the 'burnishing machine,"
with which the eyes of needles are highly
polished, was completed. In this ma
chine, which is very simple, the needles
are all strung on a wire, which revolves
rapidly, thereby imparting a beautiful
finish to the eye. St. Louis Republic.
The Effect of Music on the Heart.
At the military parade a small boy from
the country, who had scarcely ever heard
martial music, turned suddenly, putting
his hand on lus heart.
"It makes me feel so queer here," he
said, the tears standing in his eyes.
"lou are ill?' inquired tin anxious
"So. I think I like it," he gasped.
The untutored lisping of the boy of the
pleasure that is nigh akin to pain describes
the effect of music, frequently more seri
ous to impressionable people. A physician
has said that it is a question if on great
public occasions it is not the effect of
music, saying to the soul the things un
utterable, that is responsible for sudden
illness, faintings, hysterics anil calls for
the ambulance. These physiological ef
fects he traces through theemotious. The
fountains of the deep get broken up. The
troubling of the emotions disturbs the se
cretions, there is un uneasy stir, it in
creases into an excitement, there is a call
for a policeman, the crowd presses right
and left to make way for the bearers of a
prostrate form, and it is all the fault of
the band. New York Evening Sun.
In experiments on the influence of food
and surroundings on the color of animals,
Mr. k.. li. Foulton reared caterpillars of
the pepper moth under different condi
tions. Those confined among green leaves
and twigs became green, those having
black or browu twigs mingled with their
food were brown or black, and others were
turned light colored by white paper. With
artificial colors red and blue tended to
produce a dark coloration, though very
strangely, painted twigs had not the same
effect as those with the same natural tints.
It was shown that the sensory stimulus
producing the change did not act through
me eye, out tnrougn the skin, and con
sisted of the formation of a definite pig-
mem, oeing inereiore slower than in the
chameleon and frog, and capable of modi-
lying the color of a caterpillar only once
or twice in its nietime. Uhio State Jour-
Fifth Century Author,
Herophilus, one of the Alexandrian
school, wrote a treatise on the practice of
medicine, on obstetrics, on the eye, and on
tue puise, which he correctly referred to
the movements of the heart. He was
aware of the existence of the lacteals and
of their anatomical relations to the mesen
teric glands. Krasistratus his colleague
ana a pupil or iheophrastus and Chrysit-
pus was aware of the nature of the heart
and its connection with the veins and ar
teries, but he fell into the error that the
veins were for the conveyance of air and
the arteries for that of blood. Otherwise
he anticipated Harvey's great discovery.
He knew also that there were two kinds of
nerves those of mot ion and those of sensa
tion. estminster Review.
Mr. Thrifty Doctor, I don't think much
of that cough medicine of yours.
Dr. Curem I am very sorry to hear that.
What is the reason I
Thrifty Why, there is so much of it
Curem Dead waste?
Thrifty Yes, I hadn't taken more than
a quarter of the bottle when my cough had
entirely disappeared, and there is the other
three-quarters just thrown away. Ex
change. A Joker Among Birds.
The bluejay is a practical joker. It ir
his babit to conceal himself in a mass of
leaves near the spot where small birds are '
accustomed to gather, and when they are
snjoying themselves in their own fashion
will suddenly frighten them almost to i
death by screaming out like a hawk. Of i
course they scatter in every direction, and i
when they do so the mischievous rascal I
gives vent to a cackle that sounds very '
much like a laugh. Yankee Blade.
flfltpnd tho nunaet h hrtth tfone art lnstt
llsloH thfl pen. silent the allvof tontine,
Finished the tender, tearful mink's lio'aiuiif,
TIia martial not tlmt liko tuulo nut,
koae colioea mm ml from out a fttdina nat.
O cruel yearn, O year that speed ao fast.
Taking the choice! and tho ben! of oura.
Stealing life's amutiier and Its twee! heart's.
Crushing the pearl thai are before us cast;
Tims from our tenliuy, ero we turn Iho page,
A spirit irootli, one who moved our moods
From Crimean eliai'ifea lo tho peaeo which
O'er sunlit mendons and In twilight wooda
The altrulftic genius of our tun-.
Howard Jamc In Kate r ield'a ashlugton,
A young lady was mice talking wttli n
very young mid very Miiart man, who was
Inclined to air his knowledge of the Ian
guages a little beyond what alio felt that
modesty required. Ntc theivfotn said to
him, with an air of deference lo his supe
"You are a Latin scholar. I wish you
would tell me how to pronounce the word
'so-met I lues.' "
The youth, with an air of kindly patron
age, replied, I have not met tho word In
my Latin reading, but 1 should have no
hesitation in snung that it should bo pro
nounced 'so-met -lines'" (giving it In four
svllables, the accent on the second).
"Thank you for telling me," replied the
girl demurely. "1 have always heard it
pronounced sometimes, but if you say tho
other w.iv, that must In right."
This is similar to the perhaps familiar
catch of the pronunciation of "bac kac he,"
which will often surprise the uninitiated
by proving to be only backache. It also
reminds one of a question printed some
years since, as to the way of spelling
need to need bread. 1 he average per
son will reply "k n-e a d of course," but
the answer w ill bo, "that is the way to
spell. knead dough, but not to need bread."
Harper's Young People.
The Homier of All Wonders.
Sarah Jessop, of this place, was one of
the most wonderful of (ieorgia's many
natural freaks. She was a colored woman,
aud when I saw her last had a ',' inch
iron cylinder passing through her breast.
When Sarah was very small this passage
apjieared as a simple dent or cicatrice. At
the age of six years it wassiilViciemly largo
to admit the thumb of an adult and ex
tended entirely through the child's ImhIv.
At a later period about the ago of thir
teen, 1 believe a local physician inserted
a metal tube as a protection to the girl's
internal anatomy. When the sie of the
cavity or passage increased the cylinders
loosened ami dropped out. whereupon
larger ones were regularly inserted. When
Sarah died (from other causes), at the age
of twenty-three, the cylinder was a frac
tion over two inches iiidiamcterand passed
through her breast between the lungs,
coming out at the junction of the shoulder
blades. Augusta (Ua.) Cor. St. Louis
A Ilig Itluiider.
Some years ago Willie Blair, the "queen's
fiddler," was playing at a ball which the
I'riuce of Wales had given to the domes
tics connected witn Abergeldie castle. The
dancers hail been rather exacting in their
demands upon the musician, and Willie
was in no very amiable mood when tho
prince himself entered tho room unob
served by the tiddler, and stepping up be
hind him said, "1'ltiy up the 'Lock of For
far,' Willie." Theold man, without look
ing round, and thinking it was one of the
servants, growled in response, "Aye, an I
wish you were a' drooned in it!" The
prince laughed as heartily as anybody at
the mistake a good deal nmro so than the
fiddler. Scott ish American.
The Chinese Way.
In its war with Lnglanil aud France in
ISolMiO China was easily coniitiered and
forced to a humiliating peace. The Peking
Gazette, the ollicial organ of the govern
ment, however, reported the following con
cerning that treaty of peace:
As the western barbarians have admit
ted their wrongs and humbly solicited for
peace, the emperor in his inlinite goodness
has granted their prayer, and, moreover,
has made them a present of a large sum of
nioney (indemnity of war) to enable them
to begin an honest life, so that they may
not again bedriven to murder and rapine.
Detroit Free Press.
White Animuls Among the Japanese.
A white fox is often mentioned in the
Japanese fables, and a white serpent ap
pears in their pictures of lienten, the god
dess of fortune. Among the Japanese, as
among the ancient Greeks and Scythians,
white horses were dedicated to the gods,
and are still attached to the larger temples
of the country. The milk and butter of
white cows were formerly prized as a med
icine. London Globe.
Breathing of Insects.
Insects generally breathe through spe
cial pores in various parts of their body,
and if these pores are closed by oil they
are suffocated. Any one may test this by
dropping sweet oil on the thorax or back
of a wasp. It very soon dies. For this rea
son oil has been found one of the best
things to use for the destruction of in
sects. London Tit-Cits.
An Abbreviation Kxplaincd.
The origin of the symbol "cwt." for hun
dredweight is as follows: C is the initial
letter of the Latin word "centum," mean
ing a hundred, and wt are the first and
last letters of the word "weight" and are
used as a contraction for it. Brooklyn
Diphtheria and Smokers.
It may be not generally known that four
men in every six use tobacco; yet a medi
cal man in Vienna asserts that diphtheria
is thrice as prevalent among smokers as
those who deny themselves the luxury of
the weed. Chambers' Journal.
The Paris Jardin de.s Plautes owes its
origin to a florist, who, in the time of
Henry IV, grew all sorts of native and im
ported plants, to sell flowers as models to
the manufacturers of embroideries and
The glowworm lays eggs which are
themselves luminous; however, the young
hatched from them are not possessed of
those peculiar properties until after the
Emphasis is laid upon the necessity of
watching closely for the first fluttering of
the pulse in diphtheria. Such a fluttering
predicts dangerous heart failure.
The cry of a young seal when wounded
or about to be attacked resembles that of
a child in distress, and tears flow from its
The knife, though very old, had not come
into common use as a table utensil in the
NAll'ltK'H tl'WKHV ALLY.
II nature did not strumito afalust utCHi,
even In weakly const ti.nlons, swift unleH Ivould
te the course ol a in inly lo In fntal ti vmtua
tiou. While liiuilre thus slum lea let us lct
uiiiho tviull us, aid oer i lDitia Willi Juilelous
medicinal help. I' xpeiteueo mini lie our KUIde
In 1'nlili a lilt dl ea , mnl tlixt "I mp lo our
(e. I ' tmt.ciiti a II l.t t'a st.iina.oh llillma as a
afe, tiled and I li r. h n '1 sllynl nature. i liu
blood be Intccted with til i ,11 the bowelaaul
aiiimaeli arc inactive). II the kidneys fall to et
pel tniiiirlltci of which ihev are thn naimal
imt'd, a enurae oi the Hitters la the aurest reli
ance ol the auuYrcr. one, moreover, that' la aaue
lloued by mob kIoiihI lud.iiseiueut Htid me fur
nearly hall aeenlury. N i Ami" Iran or I rcltii
rcme iy lias can.od Kieater dlailuciloii as a rem
e ly for and pretnulxe ( clnonlc liver com
plaliu, ' aUnia, cousiliiailon, kidney and men
mat e double and deblmy,
"Heel ey are, my aoed luiiu; but 1 do not
snow that they will III you," aidl ik -Yes,
Una la I lie veiy sun of chillies I gave your hus
band als. tnomlia nitu."
- -. - .
I'liOOF OK MKItir,
1 lie prool of tho menls of a plaster I
the cutcs it ell'ccts, and the voluntary tes
timonials of those jiho have used Ai.i.
coi'K'a 1'onors I'i askks during the past
thirty years is uiiiuil'aclialile evidence of
their superiority ami should convince the
most skeptical. Self praise is no recom
mendation, but ccrtitlciiles from those who
have used them lire,
Hewaie of imitations and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask lor Xi.i..
i o k's, mid let no solicitation or explana
tion induce you to accept a substitute.
Clltlcns 1 worder how It U that so few women
Minlcr w lien they talk' Wltllcu 1 hey baveiit
K"l t me.
Si iiK or Ohio, Cn v or I'm. mm (
1 1 1 l l iM S . v. i '
Kit ink J i IlkSKV u-.ak 'i. oath Mint be Is the
i nlor iarltnT of the llvm of K J.t liKNKV A
I'i)., ibitu: biiNtuevs lu the elly of 1'oteilo, eouttty
and Stale aforesaid, ami that nbl llriu will ny
the sum of UM Ml M'KHi I'ul.l i;s lor ib. Ii
aud every caeuf calanli thut ciiniiot la cured
bv the use of II u i. a fit until ri at:.
h HANK J. ( II I N K Y.
siv 'ni lo iH'ture me and nii.sirliH.l In my
presence Hits Mil dav of Imi'ihUt, A. I' Ism'..
skai.I A. VA. i. I.I' A son,
11 all's Cut tirrb Cute Is taken Internally , and
a-ts directly en Ibe bus, I and luuro s snriaces
of the M'sU'in. send fur Iiwtiiuoulals. five.
K. J l llKNKY ,V I'd , loledo, I).
I9f '""old by driiKK-isis; T.'ieenis.
"I'd think sin el cara would be built just a'lke
at bulb etnts " "Wi ll, they ure." nh, no' Any
oii.lurlor ill toll von tlii te's alivava r.mm up
Ul'I'Tl HK AM) I' 1 1. KM Cl'ltK!),
We positively cure rupluie, piles md all rec
tal d:s'Hsi wlihont pal i or di U'iillou fn rn busi
ness, No ctin, no pay. Also all lri'-atr dia-
eMa. Address for pnmph et l'rs. 1'orturilulil di
Ixisey, Mat ket street, sail Kranclaeo.
A bov s.xui learns that lie call net anvthiML'
from his mother by ask Itig mr It out I nd In his
I rave a, bin that he can't wer hi father that
The good reputation of "'not n't lirnn-
i'.i(if VVihvici" tor the relief of coughs, colds
and throat diseases lias given them a favor
ah e notoriet v.
l.lt'le Put -nil, lear' 1 w lh I wnsn't a L-Irl
Ten her You do? W y? I.lttle I'ot 'Cause I
like (o sit w ith the b ys.
now rnitTi.ANii .iums.
Another liijr n In.lrasls House Iteeently
stari. ii I Here.
Mr. Wlllia-n M Jack, formerly In business nl
Bint '.Mi in I ,Mr. M llnwar I Intel v enuto'i I.' I with
the NHltonni I nbe W,n ks Ciuun in v of t lilrnu,,.
and Mr. 11 li. II .yntou. until recently lu charm
.f ttie h.itlm'sa ni the W, stern TubeCompaiit ol
Kewanee, lit., on tills const, have as- iciated
thi'iiisiUes t..L'. thi r under 111 i s vle of the W
M. Jin's ('.cup ii v. I t the purpose of i arrv In g
in a J.'h'iiiu busliii ss lu Ihe line i if n rn.ijrjil rnn
pipe, H'lli.K, vai' is and cneks inr sle ;, water
and k'U-, st u'U pumps, lu se, leather and rulib-T
bi'illng, steamship, mill an i cin-iuccr' suppll.'.
Win the a l vn dime tint l.mK experii'ii.'' lu
these lines mves, w llh ample capital and a th.ir
mull know ledg. of the r.'.Uire:iieu's. 1 th- Inid"
Irn.ulHry in I'.irtlai il, it would seem thai the
company Is ili'-llned n lir.-mii ' uin-.il tne i..,i
I " - j it'Plng honsea of I'ottlii'd, the company
o. euplesa bKI-f.'i I fr'H.I, ilm-e-storv, i'ominili
oils building, al II and h' Kri.nl unit, tltied up
expressly f-,r lis tn t n- as.
For new and oil ACKs, CHILIAN (if A So,
etc., wnto Kvkki isu ,1; Kakuki.i.. I'lirLand. Ur.
Try (iiRMK.y for brrukfast.
Cue Kmimeli ue Stove 1'olish; no dust, no s nell
FACE ASD FIGURE
show it, if vou're a healthy
woman. They'll liavo a
beauty of their own, no
matter vlint your features.
Ti l feet health, w ith its clear
skin, rosy cheeks, ami bright
eyes I enough to make any
To (ret perfect health, we
faithfully Ir. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. That
refrnliitcs and promotes all
the proper functions of wo
manhood, improves diges
tion, enriches the blood, dis
pels nehes and pains, brings
refresliiiiK Bleep, and restores
health, flesh anil strength.
For periodical pains, prolapsus and
other displacement, bearing-down en
sations, ami "female complaints" gen
erally, it is fo effective that it can be
guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure,
you have your money back. U anything
tlmt isn't sold in this way likely' to be
"just as good."
A Pure NGrweEian
oil is the kind used
in tli e production
of Scott's -Emulsion
phitesof Lime and
Soda are added
for their vital ef
fect upon nerve
and brain. No
mystery surrounds this formula
the only mystery is how quickly
it builds up flesh and brings back
strength to the weak of all ages.
will check Consumption and is
indispensable in all wasting dis
eases. Preparer by FScott k Howna. N . Y. All dm? i-ista.
From 10 to 40
In all grades manufactured in America,
tnents. Write for catalogues and terms
n ,n ,. a , Pi0neer Defler ?f the Pacific Coast' 32(J Washington StreeLI'ortknu Or
Free 'Cycling Academy in west wing of Exposition building. oriuna Ur-
Saved MyWifc's Llfo
"Of my own free will nnd accord, unbiased by
anyone, and wishing only to do good In thn
llllcted, I wish to tell of the good ipiulllles of
Hood's Srftparlll:i and llood .1 l'llls. I think
there are no medicine e.pi il to Iheui, nnd liavi
rrove.i uii'ir meill l.y rviici Icnee In mr own
lanilly. Mv wile, ll.tclu l, hi ben alllhlcd
Willi w.'hI.iu'-.. n. 'rv.iii'.n.-M, mil t s;.K ili. uin. I
spi'iit neatly nil that I Im.l of this wolhl uoii.t
fur ihii hir'H bill and nar.ll. lne until we ileclited
to try Hood' M.iisaptiiilla. It iindoiibti'illy
Saved My Wlfo From tho Cravo.
The salt I Ileum ha entirely healed nnd ahe I
realurnl in aoml hrnlih. I tuiva tiuiny
"friend and .l.ilie. la the eal Who Will bu
glad lo know (li.it
Ha rured my
John . .lu' r
tlcl llooli rl'
n.ii.ini.i, n nm
HOOD'8 e"lLL8 are Ilia bni after itlnnar t"lt,
MsHt d' I..II..U, rura hra.Urlitt. 'I'i; a but. 1-10.
imo eeut u doso.
THI3 (illKAT ( onoil 1 1 uk prumplly ciuva
where all other full. Concha, Croup, Sere
Throat, Haaracnrsa, VVhooplnff Cou.;ll and
Asthma, l'or Conaumplicn It Inn no r'vul;
has cured thouaumla, i.u.1 will (Till: T l If
taken In fimo. is.ild by lrui;g!dd on a gunr
nnteo. 1'. r a Laino Ha. k or Clut, mo
biiiLOics dellahonna n.AsrtR.i'.v.
H I L0 H'S CATAR F? H
Il ivoyoiii .iiui'i li ' This r mclv la iruaraiu
Ud to euro yuu. I'rlce.&Jcta, JnJ.it..rfri.,o.
ely s CatarrH
When ai'plled Into
the nostrils, will la'
ahsiirlH.I, elb etiialli
cleanslm; the head of
catarrhal virus, cans
Iiik healthv aecni
Uoiia. It al'laya In
tin in in it ll. iti, proteels
the membrane from
lyhcala the a res
and ri'hturca aenae of
taale und smell.
Try tho Cure. HY-f EVER
A pwtlcle Is applied Into each nostril, and Is
Xrewih!e. I'rlee,. (I eeiilaaldriii gists' or hv mall
Kl.V lIKul llKUri, 16 Marten Klreel, N, V York
l SPECIALTY. irMrXrJ:
it' i thn I'lTtiiJiin-iil ly curt'tl In .'tti in tlOih. vi. We clmi-
llllf ) III! pulftofl 111 ill I 1 lit) HVNliMIl, ki (Il Hi I th'li rati
it'VtT bo li ttM iirunl t ho ili-sc m.. Y i cii Inurein l
'L ImutH for tht) Rami tricn tuxl it:nlir (ho h iiih
:ltll'I.IlM'rt, llllt Wltil lU'mti U ln pit'liM (H'",M ll Tl'
o will t'ontnirt to nuiu I h. rn or n hmmI all iii' tiev
irnl i;iy cm ir ex m-mm. .f cM ulrm, rnllrt.in fnn ithl
HMe! hilH, if vo lull to (Mini, ii y. ni huvit tukiMi iih r
iiry, hxliflo pfiih, fiinj m 1 1 1 1 hiivo Mt-hfi iuhI t'tutis,
Mtitviim I'titt hxH in M.Hiin, Hti 'J hr.oit, l'in.)lt n,
'(.MT-'nhiH' HimiIn. I'ltiTH eft itliy ;i ( t ot I tin
"ly. Miurnr Kyctiniwitfiiiliiitf nut. i h i hiSvphll.
tif! llhHd ruiHon ttllll WO Illiruiili-O to 'tll. VVi
H illclt t ho iiiohI ohnl mule (;ieeH hi etmlli'ix'O t he
wurld fr ft c:t.Hi w rti niit. t eure. The uise.i'ait him
ilwiyf hultled tho nkl I of tho moit i mltient. thrl
Klium. A leinl uurnntee lo nun or rei mnl iiinney,
Absolut u proof h went Heate.l oiuipftlhvii lull. Aihlrvs
COOK It EM tl) V (
lIuNftiilo T( inic, thionao, III.
Hnrnhlnn Ifnhlt tltirfd In 10
to 'id liny a. No liar I III cured.
STEPHENS, Lebanon, Ohio
I Pltr niathaai-V fir. J.I..I a.
I linillii( ramnrly for .. Ic
unnatural 1ls.i,. &i
private d!aanaa of roan, i
rartain enra tut ibt dotr;
tatltig akniia ft?.t,:-i
I THE EltMSCHltlJlCfl In rrcnmmasdtBt H
I n .'iiiarvra.
J CTnuro un n. i,
KoM tr lrn(ltt,
'.Ml?. 0o'I nlJ """W BoiiKhtj aiinil your old floli'
ana Hilioir by mall to the old and rolliiMe honae of A
Coleman, 41 Third stroot, Han Kranclaeo; I will sendbi
return mail the cash, aoonriilng to tuuM) ; If the amonui
Is not satlulaotorr ytlll return gold.
x j Hi
VI OR. J
I fcrJ Ultranwrt sol I
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
IVSoore's Revealed Remedy.
PER CENT DISCOUNT TO AGENTS
mwvry town in urefron and Wa.sliington to sell the leading
XT 1 i , ,
new una Beconu-nana machines from 20 up. Cash or on install-
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MA Mi MH
Pi t Mi 'M'.-t,
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Hole In. porter
1 1IU (JUVCI ji
llni hit M'loiel i-liiiie-o, 'I' hit
to I -iiiiMHit'N ,,- Ueeil.i It I" 1
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in nh nlu(( liu ni, liu l
fcii I'm ll y. I M i I'lutili l cluMiUl
t t Utt X !., Kiliu.l lltih,
IRKiGATION MINING. "
Hi ! ' n. 1 1 In a pi ! an T e orator
Iilihii. t. A iMIhltH, Mgr
I I'll l-.ll.ll, 1 1 M l II .
CHINA PHEASANTS tT
Wniilr.lln p 'r, f t l.t.'i'.' I n it mi i p. is. s Wrll"
lninii .Inii. U , .latliiK' l.ni l ni-li pine, In llnX
I d, t'orlland. Ur.
Hercules Oas Enginu
Mado for Powor ir Pumping Purpoivt
'Mil' t'lituHt Iti lhil-li' J Hj(lliU
nit lti' .Miiit.ru
ClT (f r NOiN t ANO
For Simplicity It !l,.i,t. tl,.i AVurlJ.
II iIU llidf from n I! rvi.lr,
No nrlinreliir In gft mil i.Tordrr.
No llalli'i lea nr l:i, i li le H,nrk.
tl runs Willi a li. u. r lirnl.' ..r ili..ni than any
i.iln r .ii ;iin.
ai 11 I UK I . t ll.i.l K to
ALMER & REY, ManufacturirHu
C5 SiiiS3i:i3 Street. Sin Francisco, M.
Ten years ant In
reilslnir, Pi eilltnrs
i inpli.M d, tin.re tliim
j.ksi.UiHl i xpemk'il.
A Grand Edtimtor
Aliro.ist of thoTlniM
A Library In Itseir
Invaliiiililn In tin.
liiinsi'liiild.itnil to the
ti ni lier. profeaaliuml
man, iiell odin utiir.
Ask yvur HiHtksclIrr to show it toyou.
Ed.A r.MI'.IIIIl AM l 'o.,Ni'uim.i inn.MAss ..!'.. a.
C fSi'inl for freo ir.-ti.. ii .1, i :) j ti li iu i.w.,lin, i,
M.i. -, lltiiHirntl.iiiN, ti'niii.nii.ili., i t,-,
C Ii.i mil Ivy miirints i.r iim li'iit ntitloiis.
SY NOT BIOINO THE RIGHT
cao roajoia (aruooue-TeU) yoiauauovt
rl . . It
oiv.ii.c.3 ur cvr-KY UtbOHIPTION.
ManqvAM Buiidino -Portlano Oregon
Best in the World!
Get the Genuine!
YOUNG MEN! 8
Tho Specific A Ho. .
Cri.-es, wlthiiii lull, an ravn nt .'nirr.
Iiii mnl l.lei't m mint,., t ;..i u
slamllnK 1'ievi'iiia Klileliin II ti.'p it un m.
liTiiai n ini'.ly ciiiea when cvervllilini i.Ihi
has failed. Hol.lhv nil lin.,:iMH v""",'
Atunllfactllri'la: ! he A Hi liiii iilii'i, Meilli'lna
l"rii.. v:i.imi. v " Jose, i m
good Yonra In iTHtitiicte.
AlKH. M. V. bTKKLK.
If Vim want a
IU in (I.OlHl
us ( r
lowest pi lees,