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p clucc the leavening gas. Royal t
fUrC. Powder, through the action
of Its ingredients upon each other in the loat uhi.o.
baking, itself produces the necessary gas and leaves the
wholesome properties of the flour unimpaired.
It is not possible with any other leavening agent
to make such wholesome and delicious bread, biscuit,
rolls, cake, pastry, griddle-cakes, doughnuts, etc.
A I. ate Hour.
Dor (iu front of theater) Plo.ise, sir. if
you're i;nin home won't you gixe tin? your
Gentleman -It t Tory late, and it wemi
to me a boy of your n.sie would be ltettor off
in bed than nt a theater.
Boy Please, sir, the show v':l be over
before we could git through .uxuiti that
question. Gimme- the check, won't you?
A bepsar, racrned, pitiful, loaded with a
tale of woe and the usual "large family,"
stopped and implored aim of a lady p;is
"How many children did you say you
have, poor man?" questioned the lady com
misoratingly, responding generously.
"Only one, madume, but 1 have three
Worse Than the Scarlet Fever.
"When your practicing friend across the
way Iris learned to play the cornet, he will
entertain '-he whole neighborhood," said
"Yes," said Mrs. Jones. "But by that
time there won't be any neishboorhood
here." Texas Sittings.
Stavinj Him OfT.
Willis He never fails to give me a cigar
to smoke when I call on him.
Wallace He must be afraid you will
sxiioke one of your own. Brooklyu Life.
ed in let
sion speaking of its gratify
ing results in their practice.
of cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites can be adminls
tered when plain oil is out e:
the question. It is almos"!
as palatable as milk cask;
to digest than milk.
Prenared by Scott A Bowne, N. Y. Ail drns-tricl?.
We have just issued an elegant 104-page Illus
trated catalogue of
FIREARMS AND SPORTING GOODS.
If you are in need of anythinfr in this line.send
us'vour mime und e will send you one fay re
turn mail. Address
THE H. T. HUDSON HIS CO.,
03 First Street, Portland, Or.
iVI A .ATI I K 'IHIvtililf U K
Everything in the above Hue. Costumes, Wigs
Beards, Properties, Opera and Play Hooks, etc.
furnished at greatly reduced rates and in snpe
rior qvialitv by the oldest, largest, best renownee
and therefore only reliable Thea'rkal Suppli.
House on the Pacific Coast. Correspondence so
lioited. Goldstein & Co., 26, 28 and 30 O'Farrel,
street, also 822 Market street, San Francisco. W
supply all Theater on the Coast, to whum we re
Best in the World!
Get ths Gsnainelfl
FRANK WOor.SFT .Arent, Portland. Or
19 a Special brand of Burning Oil, which wt
manufacture exnressly for FAMILY USE.
IT I A PKKFKCT II.I.BMINITOK.
IT IS HIGH FIliE TKST.
I r Is OF UNI KOKH QUALITY.
We guarantee it to he the hiohest possiblf
GRADE OP ILLUMINATING OIL. Ask for it.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
Consumptives and people
who have weak lungs or Asth
ma, should use Piso's Cure for
Consumption. It has cared
thousands. It has not injur
ed one. iiiB not oaa 10 lake.
It is the best cough syrup.
Sold everywhere. Sac
SHOULD bo uscil ulu-r-
ever yeast has
Vcast acts In
part of the
the flour to pro-
I lie tiiui-ieriiiitMcr's I'l'itp.
At one tune ilurnii; unr M.iy at l!:,m
sun's l-'imluiii tin- iii;trU,rm.-itir' ile
partment Wits overrun wuli r;it.. There
were thonutUt of tlieiii its ravennm. in
wolves and tliey litvanu' so IhiIiI mill tie
Kant that the Q M va. in despair At
last some one stiunt'Meil to him to sink
some barrels in I he runways, lill them
about two thtntt full of water and rover
the top of the water witli oats, then place
a Iwarii o that it would just balance on
one ed.ee of each barrel anil fasten to the
lower end of the Ixvard a piere of ilieese
The iKianl was to be attai'hi-l to the liar
rel's ed,i;e by a small double staple, so that
when it tipped up and let a rat into the
water the Kiard won lit return to its old
position. The quartermaster adopted the
plan with enthusiasm, but used, instead of
barrels, a lot of tierces or hogsheads, each
larite enough for a thousand rats.
The scheme worked tinely, and the first
Dijilit hundreds of rats had nu t a watery
grave, when, about midnight, there was a
tremendous splash, followed by frantic
yells such as could have prtHjeeileil only
from an African throat. Investigation
showed that a colored boy, in trying to
steal an overcoat from the quartermaster's
store., had made a misstep end plunged
into oue of the hogsheads. The boy was
frightened almost to death, while the sol
diers whom he waked up laimhed them
selves sore. The quartermaster's trap
proved effective thereafter both for rats
and darky tioys. and the former after a
few nights disappeared as mysteriously as
they came Springfield Hoinestead
Why They Dork Nose In.
Some persons have thought it curious
that the bij; transatlantic liners should al
ways moor to their piers with their bow
inshore. To the uninitiated it appears
more natural for them to hack into their
slips and moor with their stern inshore,
and as a matter of fact nearly all of the
smaller class of steamships do this. Hut
there are reasons, including a certain dock
regulation, why the larger vessels adopt
the opposite method of getting alongside
One is that their great draft compels
them to regulate the liour of sailing by
the tide. It is generally running a (IixkI
tide when they back out from their piers.
The current sweeps the stern up the river,
so that there is little diliiculty experienced
in gettiug the ship's head pointed down
Another reason is that the majority ol
the big passenger vessels have a prelimi
nary dock trial of their engines before they
cast off their moorings. To make sure that
the machinery is in perfect order the trial
generally lasts for three or four hours. If
moored with stern inshore the backwater
from the propellers would lie apt to stir up
a quantity of ill smelling mud. besides do
iug damage to the dock itself.
The coasting vessels are not so particu
lar. and only turn their propellers over a
few times before casting off their lines. On
account of their slight draft they are inde
pendent of the tide and can go to sea when
ever they like. New York Times.
A Charming Little Pet.
A charming little foreign pet for the
house is the suricate. This pretty crea
ture, which, if we remember rightly
was among the number of Frank Buck
land's animal companions, is an active
and vivacious little fellow, some ten
inches long, with greenish brown fur.
large bright eyes, a short pointed nose
and dainty paws, which, like the squir
rel's or raccoon's, are used as bauds, to
hold, to handle and to ask for more.
Eloquent in supplication, tenacious in
retention, the suricate's paws are ex
pressive, plaintive and wholly irresisti
ble. The creature is made for a pet,
and is so affectionate to its master that
it can undergo any degree of "spoiling''
without injury to its temper. London
Better Than a Watchdog.
A farmer near Buchanan, Ga., has a tame
rattlesnake that has the freedom of the
premises and is better than 40 yard dogs for
keeping off intruders.
OUR BUSINESS IS
selling Groceries at
wholesale prices direct to
the consumer. All we
want to say is this : If
you really want to buy
your GROCERIES as
they should be bought,
send for our price list.
Same will be mailed tree r
of charge on application.
US ! COOPER & LEVY,
' j Seattle, Wash.
Are near nl
business than has ever been known, because of
the prolonged depression in all lines. Those
who attend the PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEG
now, will be prepared for good positions when
this coming wave of prosperity sweeps over the
land. Send for catalogue. Address A. P. Arm
strong, Principal, Portland, Oregon.
ITCUIJTS FILES known moisture
like perspiration, cause iof.uso llchinR
when warm. Thin form and BLIKr;,
BLEBDlNCi or PliOTiiUDlNO VlLZd
DR. B0-SAN-K0'3 PILEEEKKT,
which acte directly on parta arteyteri
absorbs tumors. aiiarsltchiiiKT.elfectinf;
a permanent oure. Price 60o. DruxRlnts
aruuiL Dr. Bownko, rmudelylua.ta.
Pulrof bnhy'n tivklirl
They uro nmull ami Mm-k and plain.
Hut I llml ool SHlisfiii liim
In look I nvc them over attain.
I iiH'iiilod iheao siime Murklngs
ll limit N two yenr mi -And
then they were laid In the drawer;
There wa no one to wear Ihem. you know.
For our own beautiful baby
llml if m to a fairer clime.
Sin1 had entered the itolden city
Win re w o hope to meet lior some tint.
And tliom:ti In the uiiMidliiit basket
There still were ntoi kuit; small.
There were none for a liny liaby
With ilatmioat feet of all.
Vet Riiam from the open heaven
A wonderful itlft ha come.
And the sound of a baby's cooing
Is heard ii-;iiii in our homo.
And tiny feet are moving
Aloiiii the nursery lloor.
And dainty baby stocking
Are luHilct now ouco mora.
Is it strange that I find a plrtvsure
In lakiiw (hem In my hand?
They speak of our newest trcnmtrA,
And of one In the fatherland.
-Man' i I'orter In Harper's Hajjir
Tho fashion In Mouths.
"The fashion is chunked 'altoROthor
now' in mouths," Miss Sweet r'inhUxn
assured inc. Whereat from the depths
of my bewilderment I echoed. "Fashion
"Yes, ttt holding them," was tho re
ply. "Don't you remember that it little
while ago girls had the chic mouth'
Sort of a hold dose stnily hok that wont
with ghiinvs and bobs of tho head, and
all that. Mouth fashions cotno from
actresses almost always, I think, though
we don't confess it, and some of us don't
know it Then came the rosebud Thai
went with the baby stare, A sort ol
kiss me expression would be almost fast,
you know, if it didn't have the baby
stare to cover it up. That went for (iinte
a long while.
"It was a big thing for the girls whose
eyes could do it, and becoming to then
mouths, too, because so often real baby
eyes have big mouths that actually need
rosebndding Thou we had the serene
mouth. That was a very exclusive fash
ion, because few could follow it. It
went with a stare very like the 'baby,
except that it was more grown up. It
was a sort of high bred. I don't-undor
stand-you-look that suited arched eye
brows beautifully The lips were set
into a smile. One really had to le born
to that expression or one looked like an
electrified idiot. Hut most of us tried it
"Now the classic has come in It bo
longs to the new, big girl. It is just im
possible for most of us. The lips are
parted and there is absolutely no expres
sion about them at all It is the 'serene
with all self consciousness and worldli
ness taken out of it. It is tho old Greek
business, and bow on earth is the mod
era girl to do it? As for me, 1 am goinn
back to the 'rosebud. 1 think it suits
me, don't you?" She turned her pink
pretty face up, her lips drawn into a de
licious button of scarlet. As for tne. I
thought it suited her I am glad the
placid girl has come in though. New
York Cor Chicago News.
One Hold r.irl Cows a Mob.
In the jail is a man who was caught
murdering a traveler for money, and the
people decided that they could not wait
until the law had run its course nnd de
tennined to take the matter in their own
hands and lynch the fellow The shenll
received warning of the intended lynch
ing and collected four deputies und an
nounced his determination to guard the
jail at all hazards.
At 12 o'clock at night a summons
came for him to open the doors and give
up the prisoner or the jail would be
burned down. As thestnictnre is wooden
this would have been an easy matter
and the sheriff decided that he had tet
tor succumb to the mob than endanger
the lives of the other inmates. He ac
cordingly made the announcement to
his deputies and sent one to inform the
leader of the mob that he could have
the prisoner. During the parley the
sheriff and all his deputies went outside
of the jail, when suddenly the door was
slammed and bolted A girl about nine
teen years old appeared at one of the
upper windows and told the astonished
crowd that they could not have the man
She was Susan Dorder, the daughter
of the sheriff. She said that she was
not afraid of the mob and would shoot
the first man who attempted to approach
the place to set it on tire. She would
not let her father baek into the house,
and told them that they could not ac
complish anything by remaining. The
mob talked a little and then cheered the
plucky girl and left, telling her that they
won Id not harm the murderer, as he
nad such a brave defender. Willeston
(Neb.) Cor. Chicago Herald.
In this great commonwealth the young
women are far in the minority. What
we need is about seven train loads of the
gentler sex annually shipped here from
the east, and soon we would see the un
trodden valleys of the west blossom like
the rose. For many years the young
men of our country have come to the
west to seek their fortunes and find a
home in the land of the setting sun, while
the girls have been compelled to remain
with their parents and friends.
It is true that many girls are holding
down claims, but in these same woods
there are at least a thousand old as well
as young bachelors living out their allot
ted threescore and ten years in utter
loneliness. The young ladies of Wash
ington are intelligent, pretty and viva
cious, but we need a large nnmber of
them. From across the broad fields of
the great west we seem to hear a mighty
voice saying. Come west, young woman
come west. Sprague (Wash.)Advertiser.
Brown Paper as a Glass Cleaner.
To polish a glass decanter that has
rusted inside cut some brown paper into
very small bits, so as to go with ease into
the decanter. Then cut a few pieces of
soap into very small pieces and put some
water, milk warm, into the decanter,
adding a little pearlash. Shake this well
about in the bottle and rinse with plenty
of cold water. New York Journal
A II Kit A II) O' TIIK INFANT V K A It ,
Clip the last thirty years or move from the
century, and the segment wl'l represent the
term o( the unbounded popularity of lloslet
t i s Slonoieh Hitlers. I'lie opeiilnn o( the year
Is'.M will be sUualled by the appearance of a
liesh Aliminiicoi (ho Hitters, In which the uses,
dertvalioii mid nclbui of this worUt-fiiiiious
medicine w III be luchltv set forth. Kcnhody
sliouUt read ll. The calendar and astrononili nl
ciilcnbu oils to be found in (Ills biochure me l
wavs astonishingly ace irnle, mid the statistics,
ill ' i - trillions, humor and oilier reading iiinlicr
rich Iu Interest ami lull oi proilt. The llosiel
tcr Company of 1 iiishiirg, I'ii., publish It Ihem
sell os I In y i mplov nunc tli.iu sllv hiiiids In
Hie utectiui deal work, aid more than clecii
mouths in tin vi ar are consumed In lis prcpara
lion. It can be obtained, w llhoiit cost, ol all
ilnii'tisis and cuunli v denier, and Is piliiicil (n
KnglMt, i,c man, trench, Welsh, Norwegian,
Swedish, Holland, I loi M in in it ami spaubh.
There are men who go lo a gymnasium for
exercise w hlle their w lies are sawing the wooil.
A IIOl'NKHKI.n UIMKIlV.
At I. cock's rmsot'N Pi ahtfhs are the only
reliable plaster ever produced. Fragrant,
clean, inexpensive nnd never lulling, they
fully meet all tho roiuireiuotils of u house
hold remedy, and should nlwsyn he kept
on hand. For the relief and cure of weak
back, weak muscles, lameness, slid' or en
larged joints, pains in the chest, small ol
(ho buck nnil around the hips, strains,
stitches and nil local pains, A I, I. corn's 1'oit-
nt'H 1'hstkkh ice tineiiualcd.
Ask lor At i cock's, iimi let no solicitation
or explanation induce you to accept il nub
lltixNPiiKTii's Pu.i.H avert disease.
There Is nothing like a sharp competition to
cut prices mi.
CATAIUill I'ANNOT UK (TliF.lt
With l OCAl, UTUi'A HONS, as they cannot
r. noli the scat ol the disease. Catnrrh Is a blood
or o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lion ii I illscae. and In order lo cute It
oii iniisi tulic Interna! rciucitio. Il.ill si hihiiIi
i'ure is taken liileriialh , and acls directly on
llic blood and mucous suit ices. HuTs Catarrh
Cure Is not u mti k medicine, it was prtscrlbed
bv one ol the host pliilcians In this country
lor xcars. and Is a rcitular prescription, Ills
Ooiiuwscd of the bet loules known, combined
u i li the best blood pnrillcrs. acliui) olrcclly on
the inuooiissiitlace. The su I c combination of
the two limredicnts i what produces such won
dei fill resiills m ciirlni; catarrh, send for te-sli-
mounds, (tec. r'. J. C1IKNKY . CO.,
I rons., Toledo, u,
Sdd by ilriiititWls: price, 7 tents.
Table d'hote -A matter nf coiir-e.
IIOITT'H Sfll'iill, KOK HOYS,
Millbrae, S in Mateo county, Cat, prepares Iwiys
lor iiniwrsiix or business, iiraituates iiilmlltcil
to the slate and Stanford I uiversitles without
examination. Next term hcitltis January '.' I sin.
send lor cutalos'iie. Ira ll. Iloilt, I'll. P , Miislcr.
I'bc Kumncllne Stove l'ollsh; no dust, no smell.
Tky Gkrmh far breakfast.
111: IP IS WASTED
bv the women who
are ailing ami suf
fering, or weak and
exhausted. And, to
every such woman,
help is guaritnttfd
bv Doctor Pierce's
uon. A or young
girls ji t entering
woma ood; wo
men at the critical
"change of life" ; women approaching
contiiicnient; nursing mothers; and ev
ery w oman who is " run-down " or over
worked, it is a medicine that builds up,
strengthens, mid regulates, no matter
what the condition of tho system.
It's au Invigorating, restorative tonic.
a soothing and bracing nervine, nnd the
only guaranteed remedy for "female
complaints" and weaknesses. In bear-Ing-down
sensations, periodical pains,
ulceration, inflammation, and every kin
dred ailment, if it ever fails to benefit or
cure, you have your money back.
"What is August Flower for ?"
As easily answered as asked. It is
for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem
edy for the Stomach and I,iver.
Nothing more than this. We believe
August Flower cures Dyspepsia.
We know it will. We have reasons
for knowing it. To-day it has an
honored place in every town and
country store, possesses one of the
largest manufacturing plants in the
country, and sells everywhere. The
reason is simple. It does one thing,
and does it right. It cures dyspepsia
Tlie FISH liUAN'H HI.ICKEIl is warranted water
proof, a'ld will keep you d-y in tlio harUestatorm. The
new 1'O.M.MKL Sl.h Rlt Is a nerfect rlilln coat, and
Icoverathfi enure andillo. liownreof Imitations. Don't
tiuv a cout If the " I ish Brand" Is not on It, Illtistra-
M CatalMine Ire. A. J. 'i'OWKIt, Boston, Muss. J
To Introduce our Powder, we have de
termined todlfltrlbuto among the consum
ers s nnmber of CASH PHIZES. Tc
the person orclnb returning usthelnrgest
no mber ofcertl llcates on or before June 1,
1894, we will give a cash prize of $100, and
to the next largest, numerous ottjurprlae
ranging from $5 to $75 IN CA8LL
O0SSET& DEVERS, PORTLAND, Oa
TORS on Installments. Best makes.
Lowest prices. Bend for catalogue.
U . V. HKAVH, Itlpon, VklI.
N. P. N. U. No. 521-8. F. N. U.No. 598
Is n Constitutional Dlnonoa
A nl ll."llli'i
A Constitutional IxVmotty
Use llii.iil's (-mi 1 1 Un. itiiU'ii, iikl
tlimiiKll tin' lil I, I'i i miiiii'iilli ''i''" '"litih
by oriilli'iiiliiu tin' iiui'iiiiiv nli li i iiiimh
ami imnuiitiK I ln iliMii-o T'ikhmiwI"
pfoiln li s lly tii tho Miri'i S.H nf IIiumI's Sins
parllln lis n r'iiu"ly l"i I'mmi'i nli'-n "Ho"
jin-inii'iuliim Im-I fH"l II'" l' i'"'l"
rllla Hls biill.li tii ill" itli 'li' sysii'tit, i"l
mkt' mi f'-i I r.'iii it''l In li nl b '! slimml".
Taki lloii.l's Mnrstinurlll i. In'. a'ii
HOOD'S PILLS ''r "II I . h i- IU, lliliima
Brsa, Jaumlli'ii, Inillm Hlnii, ki. It 1 1 .
1 1. Wiper ItottltC
Uue cout n tit xw.
Titii (ttT Coroti "Tiiit urtnuptly rmf
wlnro all others full, Counha. Croup, Bore
Throat, Hoararnaa, Whooping Couicll nmi
Asthma. For Consumption it Tina no rival:
hna cured thoueamie. Mini will ( i ns Toll If
Ukcu la tlmtx, rioKl ty lriiKlsla mi guar,
sntee. I'nr I-nm Itai-k tr t'li"st, use
BHILOH'8 BELLADONNA I'LAS rh.8 Ss).
llavcyimiitiai ili I This reiuttly istrimntn.
teutl ti euro yuu. l'rlcWoU. Injector free.
l FOR COUGHS,
InrsllnafsmllTof nlis chlldrsn, mr onl rm
sty tor t-'oiiahs. Cjl.is and traup wss onion sfrup. II
l lust aaaltiKitiv, (! ir s It wss fonr irosrs s-o.
Now mr aran.lKhlliliwn iskn Pr. tunn'a Onion Srup
whlh lsslrdt prtmrmt and morr t'lrtssaut to ths
tss'o. Hold vrr jsrhi-ra. I srs hollies 6 onls.
Xssnououiui(ur ll. XUarv'a usitmn a
or the Im'si iiil'lltlnii to ono's own lllnary is
WEBSTEH S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY
Ten yi-nrs sixtit
A Grand Educator
Abreast ot the Timet
A Library In Itself
Inviiliiiililn In tho
llllllll'lllllll, it ii I to
tin' traclit-r, prtifi-s-nloiiitl
iinin, or si'lf
iMliii'ittnr. Salit lit .til Itimkurllm.
1. tt- C. Merrinm Co,
I NTERSATIOSAL I
Jpsro not liny elieap plioto. 1
triiiolile n-iniiitsof aueleiit
yKend for frre protetus.
A SPECIALTY. nZ-fiZn
Hy-ilillls ponnnricnllT r nod In l.'i lol'i ilnys. Vmi
ran l m-uloil lit homo tor tlin stinin prb-o iinrt tlie
aanio atinriiiitt-rst ti I th Ihosu who tiro for to t'ouio
n to wo will contrac t to ruro tliein or refund moncj
and jiny expense if t'oinlnir. rnllrond flint anil I10U1I
bills, If we fall to run). If you hiivo taken mer
cury, lotllilft poliih, nnd nill litvti aelies and
itlns, !M iii oiis l'liti lit s In nioiH li,. i'nre 'I'll rout,
-Implt'a.C optK-r-t'o'ltirctl I. pots, I terra on any
part nf tlio hotly, ll.ilr or J'.yelirowa rnllliia
out, It Is llils Nvphillllc Jll.tllP I'm NOV.
thai wo gin; rnn tft tot-urn. Wo ai iielt tho immi
olistlnnln rusea and rliull'iiir thn vorltl rr
n riisn xve cimiiot tire. 'J liiHtllsi'ii'olinnalwayi
bullied I 'ie skill f t!t most rtnlnrnt lhyl
rlttna. l.".o),0 citpltitt ln'lilud our iioooodl
tlomil ffiiaranuio. A hsoltilisproofasi'iitsonli'd on
appllration. Addrcus ( OllK KHMKIlY C O.,
1115 to 1331 Aluaunlc Temple, blt UKo, III.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING -For
sale by nil iiriif (lu. Hi Cents battle.
A HOLIDAY PRESENT
In tlio Jewelry Line is alwayH welcome. You
can t?et what you want at
LEADING JKWKLKJt OF I'OltTF.AND, OR.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, SpectaclcH, Spoons Otiera-
(ilasHcs, etc. ' 1
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED.
I T IS IGN OR AN C E TH AT W AS T E S
EFFORT." TRAINED SERVANTS USE
Pfloore's Revealed Remedy.
MOOffl by the L (
KHKUMATIBM and my yonunost boy cored 1 emlrolVo J IN Kl i u iw.S'i,1 Si m 01
MATIHM when tho beat doctorl coutd got hmYTlS.
208-212 Bush St., San Francisco.
Thia f viirltn lioii'l it ninlur Hie insniiHi'iiu'iil
of i IIAIll.KM Mi IN I HUM Kit y unit Is as Konil II
not Hie hest I'itinlly ami lliislnona Moil's llotnl
111 Han Kranclst'o,
Home Comforts! Cuisine Unexcelled !
First I'lnss sorvlfn ami llio hlMlieat siiiii.hinl ut
ri'ii'i'lidllly itniiiiiiiii'i il, u,,,- ,,,i,. nmiiot lie
uii.iril lot nniliir 1 1 k.i romoit II. mid ami
rnniil per ilav, II. '.'.1, fl.Ml, l Vft nnil '.'.llj Imaiil
anil tntnil per week,!,' loflj; sIiikUi lunula U?
toll. Krt'ttfiiai'li tu ami fiimi tinlol.
Farm s uemeity,
THE Mi: AT CURIv
Regulator of the Liverand Kidneys
A ri'Ki'l Kir H)H -
Salt Rheum, Neuralgia
And All Oilier Blood ind Sktu Dhascs.
It Is a vltlvt fiire for all thmr (mliiful, dell
rale enuiplalnta ami t'iiuipllriUi',1 IriiiiMi-. nnd
wealtiii'MM's t'ttiiiiittiu ainoiitt our Yt Ivt-s, mothers
lid dniiKhli rs.
The effort Is Inuneitlnle and I no 1 1 1 k. Tito or
three ilosi s nl ih, rHl':K'a IHlmkpv liiki n dully
keeps the hlooil cool, the liver ami kldneis m l
ive, Bint 111 entirely erMdlinie from I lit- m i,in
nil irai es of s rolula, Stilt lilieiim, or imy other
lorm of Idood ilUesie.
No iiielii'ini" ever liitroilui'eil In thu eoiintry
lias met w It ll siuh rdi ale, nor eliiu i h
iililversnl iv 1 1 I hi I U'H Hlietievnr Ustil s Unit ol
lltt I'jtHl'kl Ktsll'T.
This reniedv has heeii ni it In the hoipUnls
IhroliKhoiil ifio olil ttorlil for llio Nit meuty.
live tenia as a apeflflf lor the alone ilene
slid It hits and will euro n lieu all other so i nlli-d
imuuI for h m ,h h-t of lesttiiionliils from ilunr
who have heeii eured t - lis use. iriiKK'lis sell
It at ll.ui per iHittlo. Try It slid bt touv lin ed.
Kor salt) bf
MACK & CO..
O and II Front St., San Francisco.
HUitder, t'rluarr ami I. Ivor Diseases, llioisy
liravvl anil Dlaliutes are t ilted by
THE BEST KIDNEY
AND LIVER MEDICINE.
Olliea Brlnht'a Disease, Ketviitlim or Nnit-ro-leutlon
ot Irlno, 1'alua In the lim it , U.lns or
Cures Iiitemperanre, Nervous )ln at', (irneral
Dohlllty, Kumale Weakness ami Kn iws.
(lures lllllonsiiesa Ileatlat-hn, Jnuiidii'e, Hour
Slomae.li, Dyspep-ia, t'tiusllpallon nmi 1'ilea.
AtvraJ T ONrKnn tli Kltl ..')., I Ivrr
and Howe Is, restorlnic them to a lienllliy a
tliin iintl t' ItlCMwl.uu all other tiieilli'lmiti
fall. Hundreds have hetti! anvoil who have Uicti
given up to die by frlumhi and phyalelana,
MOI.II HI AM. Illl I.I.IHtlsl.
IKYOCIt lirsiNKSB I.OKM N(,T l'.W
Chickens nro ciislly ami Micci'ssfully
raised. byiiaiiiK tho Petaluma In
f?.u.a9rs Brooders. ur iu
Jion't buy y bnt the Petal,, m, If J Z mZJlsrl'l lL
We are l-nc'lln Count il.l....rteni L II " 1 r?! ,r ''
po,,,II1,00S' l W,,M"K 'o'!1". Irdinl,ili.s, 1,'Iooq'h up J
1'onltry Cure, Creosoiiiine the Krent cnirki t,-l ic. killer , n.i
CURED BY Turners