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Nobody likes being managed. The
secret of management is not known to
all, but those who have learned it from
the good fairies who preside over do-
mestic tranquillity have attained brevet
rank among the fortunate of the world
There is everything in taking people at
the right moment and in suggesting an
arrangement instead of ordering an ar
bitrary change of base. "My cousin
Cornelia," said a lady, "always has
her own way, without ever seeming to
want it. 1 Jabez, her husband, constant
ly proposes things in a masterful fash
ion, which he imagines first occurred
to bis own brain, the truth being that
he is merely carrying out what Cor
nelia determined upon before the good
man had so much as had a glimpse of
A secret of successful management in
the home campaign is briefly stated in
a sentence, "Keep your temper and do
not antagonize any one. "I am Ieav
ing home for a week, " a mother ob-
Berved, "and I have given Phyllis
charge of the house, her father and the
" But Dorothy is the older daughter,
is she not?" was the inquiry of the per
son addressed. '
"Yes, Dorothy is the older, but not
the wiser in this particular instance, "
eaid the mother. "Dorothy never con
ciliates. She asserts and endeavors to
enforce her wishes. The result is strife
and bitterness. Phyllis is gentle and
patient. She yields in minor matters
and only makes a stand where some
thing worth struggling for is involved
I go away with a light heart when it is
a question of dropping my cares into
the hands of Phyllis. " Harper's Bazar.
Shopper Isn't 5 rather dear lor this? Sales-
man I he price Is 2, That ether ticket Is
meant to be kept ou when you make a present
oi uie urucie.
L recovering from
the illness at
birth, or who suf-
'fer from the ef-
i fects of disorders,
merits of the wo
' will find relief
and a permanent cure in Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. Taken during
pregnancy, the " Prescription "
HAKES CHILDBIRTH EASY
by preparing the system for parturition,
thus assisting Nature and shortening
"labor." The painful ordeal of child--birth
is robbed of its terrors, and the
dangers thereof greatly lessened, to both
mother and child. The period of con
finement is also greatly shortened, the
mother strengthened and built up, and
an abundant secretion of nourishment
for the child promoted. '
In all its stages
BLOOD POISON edbyss.s. obsti.
. ""yw" nate sores and
wsf uh,h,i j cm
ulcers yield to its healing- powers. It re
moves the poison and builds up (he system
Mult)! treatise on the disease nd IH treatment mailed free
. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO .AtW.r..
A MILD PHYSIC.
INH! PITT FIYR. A DOSE.
A move raent of the bowols each day is necessary for
health.- TheBe pills supply what the system laoksto
make ft regular. They cure Headache, brighten the
Ryes, and clear the Complexion better than cosmetics.
They neither (Tripe nor sioken. To convince yon, we
will mail pimple iroe, or a full box for C6c. Sold every
Where. EOSANKO MED. CO., Philadelphia,
WALTER BAKER & GO.
The Largest Manufacturer of ,
PURE, HIGH GRADE
Cocoas and Chocolates
On thb Continent, have received
from the great
i Industrial and Food
IN EUROPE AND AMERICA,
Caution : Ln..T.ler,?',5!
1 of the lobeli and wrapper on our
poous, continue ihouiu make ruro
that our plaro of niantifnrture,
namely, Dorchester, Mass
is printed on each package
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE.
WALTER DAKER & CO., OORGHESTER, MASS.
N. P. N. TJ. No. 602-S. F. N. U. No. 67S
LJ Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
PT1 In time. Bold by druggists.
X ( KtS WHhKt AIL HSI U S,
A WAB ECHO.
EVERY HONORABLE VETERAN
DESERVES HIS PENSION.
And the Lone limb Ig Not the Only
Reason for Receiving a Govern
ment Reward Klther.
From Journal, Lewiston, Me.
Samuel R. Jordan has just given the
Journal an account of his life, which,
in view of his extremely hard lot for
the past few years will be read with
"I am 48 years old and have always
lived in New Portland. I enlisted in
the army in 1862 as a private in Com
pany A, 28th Maine Volunteers. My
army experience injuried my health to
some extent, although I worked at
blacksmithing some part of the time,
when suddenly, several years ago, J
was prostrated with what able' physi
oians pronounced Looomotor Ataxia,
At first I oould get around somewhat
yet thedisease progressed quite rapidly
until I had hardly any feeling in my
legs and feet, they felt like sticks of
wood and I grew so much worse that I
could not move for three years without
help, as my neighbors and friends can
testify. I employed several physi-
cians in my vicinity, and elsewhere,
and they all told me that medicines
would not help me, that they could do
nothing to effect a cure and that in
time I should become entirely helpless.
I beoame discouraged. I was a great
care to my wife and friends. Shortly
after I met an old army comrade, Mr.
All. Farlin, a resident of Madison, and
he inoidently mentioned how he had
tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for a
severe case of rheumatism and a spinal
and malarial trouble, that he had
suffered in consequenoe of his army
life, and had been greatly benefited by
their use. By his earnest recommend
ation I was induced to try the pills.
After taking them for a time I began
to feel prickly sensations in my legs
and a return of strength so I could
move them a little. After a few weeks
I began to feel a marked improvement
in my conditions. I soon was enabled
to walk around a little with the help
of crutohes. After taking for some time
I oan now walk without orutohes, my
general health is much improved and I
have regained my old-time vigor.
oan walk about and enjoy life once
more, for which I feel very thankful,
and this happy result is due to the use
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." '
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People are not a patent medicine in the
sense that name implies. They , were
first compounded as a prescription and
I used as such in genearal practice by
an eminent physician. So great was
their efficaoy that it was deemed wise
to place them within the reach of all,
They are now manufactured by the
Dr. Williams' Medioine Company,
Schenectady, N. Y. , and are sold in
boxes (never in loose form by the dozen
or hundred, and the public are caution
ed against numerous imitations sold in
this shape) at 50 cents a box, or six
boxes for $2.60, and may be had of all
druggists or direct by mail from Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company.
A BAD MARK FROM GOD.
A Little Girl's Original Definition In Court
of "What Is a Sin?"
An incident worth reoording occurred
before Chief Judge Sedgewick of the
superior oourt in the trial of the action
brought in behalf of Ida Goldberg to re
cover $15,000 damages from Edward
Ridley & Sons for injuries received in
being knooked down and run over by
one of the wagons of the firm. ;The girl
had her arm fractured. The defense was
that she was responsible for the acci
dent by her own negligence. ,
Lottie Goldberg, a sister of the plain
tiff, who is only 1 1 years of age, was
called to the witness chair to testify to
the circumstances of the accident. She
was such a little child that she was
questioned as to her understanding the
nature of an oath, in order to ascertain
whether she should be allowed to testify.
"Do you understand the nature of an
"What is It?" ,
"It is a swear."
On cross examination the little girl
"What do you mean when you say it
is a swear?"
"Well, it is that I have to tell the
"If you don't tell the truth, what
"That would be a sin."
"What is a sin?"
"A bad mark from God, " answered
the little one.
The venerable chief judge was visibly
touched at this answer of the child and
remarked, "This is a very intelligent
child and perfectly understands the ob
ligations of an oath. " She was then al
lowed to give her testimony. New York
Johnny Papa, where do tramps get
all their money to make European trips?
Papa Who said tramps made Euro
Johnny Nobody I know of, but
there's so much in the papers about
tramp steamers that I thought they all
did. Roxbury (Masa) Gazette.
A CUTE LITTLE MAN.
HAPPY CHANCE ENABLED HIM TO
; .FOIL THE ROAD AGENTS.
He Kept His Own Counsel Until the Jour
ney Ended and Then Saved His Neck by
Explaining The Old Lady With Money
In Her Shoe Had to Give Up.
"One day in 1879, " said an old stage
driver to a newspaperman, "the Black
Bills coach left Cheyenne for Deadwood
with eight passengers seven were men,
one was a woman. As they journeyed
toward Deadwood they conversed among
themselves. Each expressed different
cpinions as to the probability of a hold
tip. Some said they would hide money
Under the cushions, others would sur
render what bills or gold they might
possess, while two or three men exhib
ited revolvers and vowed that they
would make resistance. The woman
said she had only $100 in the world
She had come out west to make a living
by keeping a restaurant in the mining
camps and had done very well until a
fire destroyed her property and her In
vestment. She was going back to her
son in New England to spend the re
mainder of her days upon the farm.x
The safest place imaginable, in her
opinion, was the sole of her left foot,
and she had accordingly placed two $50
bills inside her shoe.
"There was a small man seated In
the corner next to the driver. His hat
was pulled well over his eyes, and he
kept constantly in his lap a small black
valise. He took no part in the conver
sation, and it was not long until the
passengers, who received rather curt
responses to such questions as they ad
dressed to him, began to regard his ac
tions with suspicion.
"Well, the coach rolled on toward
Deadwood. Next morning toward 9
o'clock the expected robbers appeared
The messenger was shot and slightly
wounded, the horses were held and both
driver and messenger compelled to dis
mount and put up their hands. The
passengers were ordered out of the
coach, and it is needless to say that they
obeyed with alacrity. The three men
who were to resist the robbers were So
awed ' by the presence of several large
revolvers thrust in their faces that they
gave up their treasures with little re
monstrance. Said one of the robbers,
'It's agin our rules to bother women,
so, old girl, we won't search you.'
While two of the desperadoes went
through the pockets of the men another
happened to see the small man in the
corner. 'Hello, said he. 'here's one in
the coach. Come out of there.' The
man appeared, but without his little
black valise. He was very poorly
dressed, thin, pale and affected by a
hacking cough. Said he: 'Boys, I hain't
got much only a few dollars. 1 am
going back east to die. If you take
what little I got, I won't have no money
to get meals. My railroad ticket ain't
any use to you. If you will let me
alone, I will tell you where you can get
"At this the poor old woman turned
pale and some of the passengers began
" 'All right,' said the spokesman of
the bandits, 'we'll search you, and if
you ain't lying we'll let you go if you'll
tell us where we can get that $100. '
"So they searched him and found $7
or $8 in silver in his pockets, which
they let him keep.
" 'Now,' said the consumptive look
ing man, 'if you'll make this old wom
an take off her left shoe, you will find
next to the sole two $50 bills.'
"The robbers compelled the old wom
an to loosen her shoe and found the
money. Upon this they took their de
parture, the passengers mounted the
coach, and the journey toward Dead
wood was resumed. .
"Scarcely had they entered when a
torrent of abuse was poured upon the
small man. 'You villain,' said one,
'you ought to be hung.' One of the men
called to the driver to stop. The mean
man in the corner was dragged out of
the coach, and the excited passengers
were about to string him up to the near
est tree. , 1
' 'One minute just one minute!'
pleaded he. 'It is only 10 or 12 miles
to the next station, and it is customary
in this country to give a man a little
show for his life. 1 beg of you just go
that far, and if I can't properly explain
yon can hang me.'
, "The driver told the passengers that
the men at the station would not inter
fere if the suspect could not make a
proper defense, so they all re-entered
the coach and proceeded upon their
journey. There was little said during
the next hour and a half. The mean
man was closely watched by the male
passengers, and escape for him was im
possible. "As the buildings of the station came
into view upon the coach suddenly
swinging around a bend in the road the
small man brightened up considerably.
Now, 'said he, 'I will tell you. We
are perfectly safe here, as this end of
the line is tree from robbers. I have
$25,000 in my grip, and the only way
that I could save it was by diverting
the attention of the jobbers to someone
in the party. Unfortunately that one
had to be the lady. That is why I have
kept my own counsel during the jour
As the coach rolled up in front of
the postoffice he opened his valise, pre
sented the old lady with six $20 bills
and in addition gave each of the other
passengers sufficient money to cover bis
expenses to Deadwood." San Fran
. On the High Seas.
Steward Did you ring, sir?
Passenger Yes, 1 I rang, waiter.
Steward Can I get you anything?
Passenger Ye-es, waiter. Br-bring
me some terra firma, or at least an is
land bring me something solid no
ma-matter what jt is. If you can't do
that then scut-scuttle the ship! Am
Airs. iiuutiu-ii'B Uailia.
Mrs. C. P. Huntington recently got a
new maid. She instructed her about the
arrangement of her bath. "You will
prepare my bath overy morning and
every night, "she began. "Mon Dieu!"
exclaimed the new maid, "two baths a
day I Why, my last lady took one in a
week, and the little children only took
one a week too. " "Poor little wretches!"
exclaimed the new mistress. And she
tells the story in the same spirit, but
she does not tell whom .her maid lived
with before she got her. The two baths
a day are supposed to have an effect in
keeping down her flesh. Philadelphia
Press. . . ' . ' .
To the Manner Born.
Grubber What a well bred man
Dumley (who doesn't like him) He
ought to be. His father is a baker.
LIKE A SIEVE.
The chief function of the kidneys Is to separ
ate from the blood, in its passage through them,
of certain impurities and watery particles which
make their final exit through the bladder. The
retention of these In consequence of inactivity
of the kidneys is productive of Bright s d sease,
dropsy, diabetes, albuminuria and other mala
dies with a fatal tendency. Hostetter's Stomach
B liters, a highly sanctioned diuretic and blood
depurent, impels the kidneys when inactive to
renew their slfiing function, nnd strain irom
the vital current impurities which Infest it and
threaten their own existence as organs of the
body. Catarrh of the bladder, gravel and reten
tion of the urine are also maladies arrested or
averted by this benign promoter and restora
tive of organic action. Malaria, rheumatism,
constipation, biliousness and dyspepsia also
yield to the Bitters, which is also speedily bene-
nciai to tne weaK ana nervous.
' Dodge I attended a seance last night The
medium called up the spiritof Napoleon. Lodge
what message does ha seuar Dodge lie de
nies everything and demands an investigation.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured oy iiaii'8 uatarrn uure! i
i J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
- Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
- West & Teuax,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
WALDINO, KlNNAN & MAEVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and mucoUB
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
NEW WAT EAST NO DUST.
Go East from Portland. Pendleton, Walla
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fine scenery; new equipment; Great North
ern Palace Sleepers and Diners; Family
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St. Paul, Minn., for printed matter and in
formation about rates, routes, etc
July 3, 4, 5, '95
Parade Starts 10:30 fl. of
Gorgeous Pyrotechnic Display
o -AT NIGHT o
Speed Association Races in the Afternoon
for Purses Aggregating $29,000.
Races From June 20 to July 6.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE LINES
See small bills for Programmes,
DR. LIEBIC & CO.,
Special Doctors for Chronic, Private
and Wasting Diseases.
Dr. Lfeblg'a Invigorator the greatest remedy for
Heminal Weakness, Loss of Manhood and Private
Diseases, Overcomes Prematureness and prepares
all for marriage life's duties, pleasures and respon
sibilities; fi trial bottle given or sent free to any
one describing symptoms ; call or address 400 Geary
St., private entrance 405 Mason St., San Francisco.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Nursing Mother, I n fants
JOHN CARLE & SONS. New York.
HOITT'S SCHOOL FOR SOTS.
Ira G. Hoitt, Ph. D., Master at Bnrlin
game, San Mateo county, Col., is one of
tbe best schools' for boys on the Pacific
I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure
for Consumption. Mes. Fkank Mobbs, 215
W. 22d St., N. Y., Oct. 29, 1894.
MUSIC STORE Wiley B. Allen Co., the
oldest, the largest, 211 First St., Portland.
Chickerlng, Hardraan, Fischer Pianos, Estey
Organs. Low prices, easy terms.
10-CBNT MCSlC-Send for catalogue!.
Tbt Germea for breakfast.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y,
KING OF ALL.
Full Caballeros size, S35 per thousand: 3 per
cent cash discount. All first-class dealers should
keep them. If your dealer does not keep them
SIG SHHELS G0.,AGLrs Portland, Or
Samples free. Correspondence solicited.
I used Ely's Cream Balm
jor catarrh and have re
ceived great benefit. I be
lieve it a safe and certain
cure. Very pleasant to
titer, r. - ' ,
ELY'S CREAM BAIM Opens and cleanses
ihe Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and Inflamma
tion, Heals the Sores, Protects the Membrane
from colds, Restores the Senses of Taste and
Smell. The Balm ig quickly absorbed and gives
relief at once.
A particle is applied into each nostril, and is
agreeable. Price, 60 oeuts at Druggists' or by
mall. ELY BROTHERS,
66 Warren Street, New York.
MDO UIIHCimATC Soothing
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
For olo by nl 1 Druretatfl. 25 Cents a bottle.
Preserves all kinds of Fruit without cooking, nd retains their
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
ARH W HAMER SODA
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft,
versally acknowledged purest in
Made only by CHURCH & CO., New York.
Sold fcy grocers everywhere. ,
Writ for Ann and Ham mar Book of ralu&bls Reoipes FREE.
How is Your BiSod?
Ifitispoor and thin and lacking in the
number and quality of those red corpus
cles, you are in danger of sickness from
disease germs and the enervating effect ot
warm weather. Purify your blood with
The great blood purifier which-has proved
its merit by a record of cures unequalled
in medical history. With pure, rich
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UnA'n CV 1 1 are tasteless, mild, effec-
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General Agents for Aultman & Tavlob
Thebshkes, Teaction Engines and
DlNGEB WOODBUEY PoWEB.
A Have for Sale v
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Stock to dose out cheap.
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
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YPE FOUNDERS I.
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Merchants 1 in Gordon and Peerless
Presses, Cylinder Presses, Paper
Cutters, Motors of all kinds,
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Patentees of Self-Spacing Type.
Sole Makers of Copper-Alloy Type.
CHICKEN RAISIKG PAYS
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Make money while
others are wasting
time bv old processes.
Catalog tells all about
it, and describes every
article needed for the.
mechanically the best
wheel. Prettiest model.
we are Pacific Coast
Agents. Bicycle cata-
loirue, mailed iree.gives
fulldescription, prices, etc., agents wanted.
PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO.,Petalnma,Cal.
Branch Housb, 3i S Main St., Los Angeles.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Its wearing qualities are unsurpassed, actually
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YOU CAN MAKE MONEY BAL
ing hay with a good Hay Press.
Write us for information.
BICYCLES Wn sell all the
liest first class Bicycles. Write
2: lor catalogue. .
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336 Bush Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Please mention this Paper when writing.
A SURE CURE FOR PILES
Itching Piles known bj moisture like perepiration, ci
intense itching when warm. Thia form and Blind, Bl
DR. BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY,
which cts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, al
lays itching, effecting a permanent cure. Price bite.
Druggists or mail, lr. Bosauko, PMlad., p
POWDER DIP THE BEST MADE I
with cold water. Reliable and safe. .
4 CO,, Poitani, Or, 'fanl:
. ,(IN KEGS OR BOTTLES)
Second to none TY IT..
No matter where from. " 1'ORTLiND, OR.
and is mi.