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Bran, t ton............................
18 00 fe20 DO
Shorts, V ton........................
Hay, iff ton, baled................
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Chop. F ton..........................
O4J_cake meal V ton............
32 00 410 0C
90 » 1' 00
Applea, Oregon, F box....
Cherries, Oregon, If drm.
Lemons, California, If bx
4 00 @ 6 00
-Limes, F 100..........................
Riverside oranges, »box..
Loe Angeles, do
Peaches, If box...............
1 oo <a 1 26
H idbs —
Dry, over 16 lbs. If 1b...
Wet salted, over f6 tbs.
Pelts ................ ...........
V kortabi - bs —
Cabbage, F lb.’.,,..........
Carrots, If sack..............
Cauliflower, V dos.....
Potatoes, nsw, » bush
1 (X) ft 1 !•
W ool —
East Oregon, Spring dip..
IS ft 20
Oregon & California R.
California roll .
C hxmsx —
I Eastern, full cream
D ribd F ruits —
I Apples, qre, aka and bin
Apricots, new crop...
Peaclu», unpeeled, m
Pears, machine dried
Pitted plume, Oregon........
FIga, Cal., In bgs and bxs.
Cal. Prunes, French ......
F lour -
Portland PaL Roller, » bbl »
White Lily» bbl.:.'............
G rain —
Wheat, Valley, B 100 Ibe... 1
Barley, whole, F ell..............
groui d, F ton......... n
Oata, choice milling 4? bush I
do feed,good tochoice.old I
Rye, »100 ibe........................ •( 1
The strength and coifipactue a of the
Mormon eburch is shown by the state
flow Jeeper Vliet Captlvat.it a Hand of A ProlHe'ui That Is Assuiulu« a Mure ment that of 162.3S3 persons connected
Savage, with HI. Hongs.
with it, no less th.n 34,4'll are officers or
iBVigorBlor, G obbibo B^«ky J.P.
Itealjstlc Aspect Uay by Day.
When Jesper Vliet, whose father was
That the enormous crops taken from dignitaries of some kind apost'es, patri
one of Milwaukee's pioneers, was a boy- I lie land every yepr rob the soil of in cr teachers.
of fourteen, lie shot a wolf under rather dispensable elemelilA every body is
WAZrCHSD, 1» DEED,
Some time supposed to know; that stertilily will
* n ®.C0XNE c TIONS.
after his advonture with the wolf lie follow if thus» idGments are not restored Are those whom a oonflrmed tendency to bll-
touanoea, aubject to the various nnd chanitehii
participated in another with the In« every body ought1 to know.
Thej ayinploii.a indlcallveot liver complaint. Nausea,
WS Port strata .Baa
dipns. While leaning upon the fence abound in all vegetable matter—in
alck headache, constipation, furred tongue, an
about, his father’s houso one evening a offal and excrements, in the nightsoil. unpleasant breatli. a dull or sharp pain iu the
l^Mlng through the BesuUful
savage oaine up the road and addressed anjd other materials that constitute the neighborhood of the affected organ, impurity of
Willamette. l.M„ „4 M
him in broken English. His appear- sewerage of eitlÿs. If those are saved the blood and loea of appetite, signall*e it as
anoe denoted long travel, arid when he and applied, tint earth will .yield fruits one of tho moet dlalresaing. aa it la one of the
said that he came all the way from with oonstantly increasing abunflauce. nioet common of maladioa. There ia, however,
Hood Mt 8L H f U hb
.Vill»mette Fslls. Mt Jn8,
Canada the boy did not doubt it. llis but if, as at present, the larger share of a benign specific for the diaea e and all Ila un-
SUlers. Mt Pitt TahU
moccasins wore torn So that thè toes these indispensable elements flow in. Ceasant manifretationa. It is the concurrent
ithuony of the public and the medical profile
Bsst Ooush Syrup. TMt
protruded, ìris leggina were torn ami sewers to the sea, or are wasted- ir alon. that Hostetter's Stomach Bitteba la a med
la Onia W-Jd by dl
icine which achlevee results speedily fell,
encrusted with mud. There was that, other ways, can their place lie supplied thorough and benign, Beaidea rectifying liver
finest iu the country.
however, in his mien that betrayed tho from any other source? Cities art disorder, it Invigorates the feeble, conquers
kidney and blad.ier complaints, and hastens the
....- encampment of rspidly
enlarging; convalescence of those recovering from enfeeb-
Tie Gruí scenic Bute of lie Paine cuiti
SURE CURE DISCOVERED
Indiana somtOTtve miles to the north their drafts on tin- soil are immense and for tover and ague.
Tráínt Lean» l-nrüand al i«> ¿. M. daily.
west, and this he was in search of. increasing; if tlpeypi rsist in |x>isoniiig
Yoang Vliet offered to guide him to the the fish instead of Jeeding the land they
Buffalo Bill says that a brush with In
lodges, and the two set out together, will inevitably lie rudueud to short ra dians usually ends in a -rap d removal of
but not until the. boy had brought the tions. Dr. J. B. Lawes, acknowledged
“0, IT WAS PITIFUL!”
wapderer a cup of fresh milk and a siimi authority in scientiflo and practical
between Ashland and HUklyou'a
of johnny-cake from tho house. In the agriculture, supposes a case: "If En
Of course it was I He tried one remedy
route they passed the swail where Vliet gland were cut off from all outside sup after anothe-, and finally gave up and
died -when-his life might have been saved
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, Between Portland and Ashland, Sltalyou . and
had shot the #uif; and thg_.boy related plies, could she .feed her people from bv taking Dr. Pier.e'a “Golden Medical strength
and wholeeomenees. More economical than
the adventure to his oompanion.
her own soil?" This brings to the front Discovery’’- the great “Consumption Cure" the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competi
tion with the multitude of low test, short weight,
EMIGRANT 8LBBPING CARS
On arriving at the encampment or the deeply interesting matter of "inten —whi h. if promptly employed, will soon alum,
or phosphate powder«. So’d only in cans. Between
"planting ground," tho boy saw at once sive” agriculture. Small lahilhuldcrs subdue all threatening symptoms such as RoYMsBAKuarowpsa Co., 11* Wall Sueot,». Y. _
cough, labored breathing, niaht sweat»,
that the sti-ngur
a chief of great (they oilght to bl! hiilltipfiiil a thou spitting,of blood, etc., aud restoring wan
Ticket Office, Corner F and Front Street», BUELL LAMBKRSOK, Qen'l Agent.
renown and that unusual ceremonies sand-fold) are especially interested in ing strength and hope, effectually stopthè
were about to be performed in ht* "knowing wli.it thè soil is capable of poor consumptive’s rapid progress grave
* BtarR Bt, Forties«.
Portland, Oregon. '
ward. Is It not -worth trying! All d ug-
honor. Young Vliet was anxious
anxious to yielding, aided by all available appli gists.
K. P. ROGERS. G®. F. k P. Agt.
For three weeks 1
R. KOKHLFR. M*Mgw.
get away, bur the Indians would I not ances. Dr. Lawes thinks the British
It is estimated that the total production was suffering
In es& to»u in Ihh county to raptwant ua. Tax
permit it .They passed him the “kiu- Islanders cair 'get iSBecossary
sup of coffee ltl theXvorld is about Bi O.ft U tons. from a severe
can msk. moo., tea by JatoUu» aU « part oi
ne-kin-nick" to smoke. The squaw> plies from their own 'soil, but "great
in Head andpain
your U um to tho biuiuosa
in temples, after
offered him venison, and taking bi? numbers' 1 would
WHAT THEY AKE GOOD FOR.
Forth, xaxt 80 days ws will tai aa
seat outside the cire’e of warriors, in ployed
Ornatami BILVXB WATCH FIXE I
"production * of B ranorktr ' s P ills are the best medicine tions of Ely s
„ MF-Sand jour sddraaa lo Hobb'a Mad ata.
became a silent speidator of the pro
Cream Balm I wcu
manure.” He adds: "Then would lie
Co~ P. Q. Box 17u6N»n Francisco, Cal
Firet They are purely vegetable, In facl relieved. Every
the time when the sewage of London,
trace.of my cold
They smoked in H(lence, not sihiultii; evaporated to dryness or distilled, a medicated food.
u'a»^emoved. - Sr
neously, but consecutively, the pipe be
Second The same dose a'ways produces C. Clarkf 1st Divi
would give trvsonie idlin of tho valjtp of
Model 73—3S, 38 and 44 oaL, round
ing passed - from mouth to mouth it
Same, octagon...,... ,,............. r.......... 16 qq
what a writer of »/tending article in the »‘me effeot,—other purgatives require sion
order of rank, the distinguished guqsl the London Agricultural Gazette calls
Model 76—40-00 and 4540. round ..... .. 16 60
Third They purify the blood.
A particle to applied to eae » nostril and to at'eMble Same, octagon ................... ...... ..... . 17 85
being allowed to iuhale the preC'teu» the fertilizing power of <600.000 of the
Fourth— They invigorate the digestion
Model N -»-M. ¡0-45, 40K. 44-TS gad AMA
weed first At length the chief rose, best-fed animals iu the world.” Dr. and cleanse ‘he stomach and bowels.
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and with him the assembly, and then Lawns distinctly - admits the
Bame, oetagon .............................................. gj
off vitiated bile and other depraved secre
commenced a wild scene of rejoicing. tilizihg power” of city sewage, but tions.
Winchester Single-shot Rl# t-AA. at, to
Each of the men, seizing a brand from thinks under existing circumstances
The first two or thrpe doses tell the
and M eaL. octagon barrel
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the fire, flourished it over his head, “the cost of labor and transit” will story. The «Hn becomes clear: the eye
bright; the mind active; digestion j- re
joining in a wild dance, shouting in a overbalance tho benefits to be derived i-tored; costiveness cured; the animal
from the use of London sewage. It vigor is recruiied and all decay arrested.
H. T. HUDSON,
However exciting this display, it soon concerns ns to inquire ipto the circum
“C058Ul|PTI0M CAW BE CURED.’’
became wearisome to Vliet and he stances that make it unprofitable for
D r . J. 8. C ombs Owensville, Ohio, says: “
made another attempt to leave the Englishmen to save this sewage. Tho have Riven Mcotl’ta E diu I n I oh of Cod Liver
The Indians endeavored, in Gazette makes that very clear by say Oil with Hvpophosphitkjs to four patients with
better results than seemed possible with any
their limited English, to persuade him ing: "England is now blockaded, not remedy. All were hereditary cases of Lung
diseaso, and advanced to that stage when
to stay. One savage said:
by hostile ships, but by fleets of food- Coughs, pain in the chest, frequent breathinir.
"Makee tay with warrior and shoot ladou vessols, which are cheapening oiir frequent pulse, fever and Emaciation. All
these cases ha\ e Increased in weight from 16 to
home products.” Engfandcan’t afford 28 tbs., and are not now needing any medicine.
But the boy preferred to shoot wolves to save fertilizers because she can buy
Si^s Ilampton and Seaborn Green were
about the settlement and replied that, food of the United Statesand carry it
■FECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT t
bung for murder at Fort Smith, Ark.
he would not go with them.
—LAHUK a RIVAL OF—
3,000 miles cheaper than she can raise
“Makee go!” said the Indian, with it. How do we manage to sell food so
**Be wise with speed':
much meaning, at which young yiipt cheap? By raising it on virgin soil with
A fool at forty is a fool indeed !"
i No hot water pipssn^
laughed in ah incredulous manner.
So said Young. Straws show which
out the expense oT manure. Can we
way the wind tlows, and there are a score
“Not want shoojtwolf?"
continue to do this? Diminished yields of symptoms any one of which shows the
K TAKK PLEAaURK IN ANNOUNC- Z. T. WRIGHT, root Morriaos it Portland, Or.
Alii‘lT17 to .
1 >*“>>l»«y. Ms
“Yes. but my father wants me home will sdon stop that business. What are existence of catarrh. Neglected, it will
Ing the »rrival of a very large ahlpm-nt
nt Anything you
of NKW GOODS and N0VKLTIE8 for all ritie
de Work, Laundry
0oU OU kwfus
the results? We have sold our produce rob the blood of it1* purity and the system partments. The collection includes all the latest »»al. Qaau. ApnM
opwatlon since iMS, petronleed from
and most fashionable Jtofopean and Ainerloan
It was evident from this that tlio for the cost of labor expendeth and a
»11 sections of tho Northwest, endorsed by
In design, color and fabilo, ain-
business men end lending ndocstors,
stranger had told them of his prowess smaH per cent on ojur investment, get- Remedy. It c res even long standing iroductlons.
cases, as th usands tes Uy, and should be
tBC MOST PIBFCCTLT EQUIPPED ICMOOL
with the gray wolf, and also that it was ting’absohitely nothing as recmnBerise used for colds in the head, which often Silks,
. Dress Goods,
of its close on the Coast, ft offers privata ar ciane
their intention to retain him in their for the,terrible depletion of soil—noth result in confirmed catarrh.
instruction, day and evening throughout tho year, ia
Arithmetic, Writing, Correspondence, Book-keeping.
band if possible.
Another savage ing for the precious, priceless olementr
Bonking, Shorthand.Type-wrilina Business and Legal
tempted him by a description of tlio taken from it and sent away.» A gre: ^. ’Twelve M^rnioueb’ef8 are now inWa’es Buttons,
Forms and all Common School Branches. Students
ar ta secure immigration to Utah.
Corso s, W ' Handkerchiefs,
Butte des Morts Lake, where thoy in
all ages and both sexes edmlltod ..any time.
many farmers to-day arc at wits’ end to
Catalogue free. Armatroog andWeaco, Proprietors
tended to remove their encampment.
To Threshers: I have a few of the
But their persuasions were of no effect.
celeb ated Wes loghouse Threshers yet, MUSLIN A MERINO UNDERWEAR,
As a last inducement one of the squatys productive. They should notjiave per- and for »he purpose of c'osing out will sei
sang him a song in iiu silhu .vofge, ac
them on next ye%>’s terms at bottom
companying herself on a gourd. This that would not, besides paying all other flgur<s. Also, a few second-hand ma MOURNING AND BLACK DRESS GOOD*.
touched Vliet’s pride, and, having a tine expenses, furnish means to keep up and chines of other make. Write for bargains
sent on application. Good, sent C.
voice, he proposed to sing himself, if increase the fertility of the. land.— Z. T. W right , foot of Morrison Street O. Samples
D., or on receipt of Postoffioe Order.
Portland O egon.
171 Fourth St. bet. Morrison and Yamhill.
only to show them that they knew Major H. T. Brogjps, in N. K 7W6une.
COLLINSON AND AHPEL,.
nothing about the art. The rude beings
0EFEB NO. 171.
ADVICK AND MEDICINE SI.OO.
gathored around, and the boy, placed
A TERRIBLE DISEASE.
on a log, with the glare of their fires“
uine Meerschaum Smoker's Set, (five
M THIRD 8T.
WILLIAM BECK 4t 8ON,
lighting up his fortaand features, pro The Only Hope of a Curs In Cases of To pie ee), in satin-lined vlush case. Addreas
ts II US, or l.ockjaw.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
at once, R. W. T an «« l & Co., 55 State
ceeded to sing for shein in a clear,
The.medical name for“lbckjaw is fe- Street, Chi ago.
Cuna and Sporting Cooda.
musical voice the time-honored strains
tanus. Sometimes it is only, or mainly,
of “Auld Lang Syne.”
“Hrown'w llroHchlnl Trorhr«“
He saw that they were pleased, and, the muscles of the jatfS that are affected are of great »er.ice in subduing Hoarse
though do applause followed except the in tho disease, but commonly the rigid ness. Sold only in bojcee.
characteristic “ough” and the smiten
condition is much more extensive, often
tious “good" by the chief, he fplt en
Gen. Don Carlos Buell is pension agent
reaching to most of the muscles of tho
couraged to make another exhibition of
liis vocal powers. - He then sang “The
Its thousands of cures are the best ad
Harp thatjOnce Through Tara's Halls.” the most terrible of diseases. The mind vertisement for Dr. Sage’sCatarrh Remedy.
FINE FI8HINC TACKLE.
ARE YOU OOINO RANT 7
Tlie savagMjistened us though spell generally romains clear to the last un
Manufacturers* Agents for
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bound. When he had concluded the less it is blunted by opiates. The dis
Gen. D. M Gregg, the cavalryman, is In L. O. Smith’s, Colt’s, Remington, Qhnf flnnc
men took up their torches, and one of ease begins by a pinched look of the regular service.
Ithica, Parker's and Manhattan ÙI1UI uUUSi
them signified that he might go now,- face. In a few hours the muscles of
Winchester, Marlin, Ballard, Colt’s Difloc
T ry G krmka for breakfast.
and they would accompany him. This the jaws, neck, back and ehost becomo
they did, escorting him to his father’s
Colt's and Smith & Wesson
rigid, and the rigidity at length extends
gate with torches, making the first
Bend for Catalogue No. 5.
to the limbs. This rigidity' is perma
torchlight procession that had probably
IU A 1«7
MU Portland. Or«
ever passed over the soil in honor of a
GENERAL TICKET OFFICE,
^3 of ^4
Riverside Av , Spokane Falla, W T M Btete St. Jteiem.Or
body could be taken up like a stick of
white being.— Milwaukee Sentinel.
MUSIC HATH CHARMS.
Th« Terrible Rate of Mortality Prevailing
Among the Inmates of Jails.
The Russian Administration of Pri
son's has just issued its riqiort for 1885.
On tho 1st of Jauuary, 1885, there were
94,488 persons incarcerated throughout
the empire. In the course of the year
703,254 entered and 697,769individuals
were liberated, leaving a residue of 99,
973 still in prison.
about 8 per cent, of the convicted. Not
withstanding a oertain amelioration pf
sanitary appliances in the jails, the rate
of mortality renfalned stationary. Of
the 88,002 prisoners who were- treated
in hospital, there died 2,189 men, 246
women, 546 childreE*" In this respect
the island of Saghalien stood in tihe
worst position, its sick list showing a
total of 66 per cent, on the year, but
the number of deaths th are are not
given. Diseases arising from humidity,
insufficient vent lation, nnd defective
sanitary arrangements are the chief
scourges of the state prisons. Among
the 4,02^ persons who passed through
.the prisons of St. Petersburg 2,675 wore
accused of thpft, 139 of political offen
ces, one of bigamy and one of apostasy.
The largest uurubec of offenders lie-
longed to the artisan class; not one is
specified as a peasant. The expenses
of the penitentiary service in the whole
empire amounted to 11,798,614 rubles,
being a diminution of 521,239 rubles
upon the expenditure of the proceed
ing year. This economy was partially
effected by reducing the cost of the
equipment of the prisoners. There was
a falling off in the receipts derived from
the products of the prisoners’ industry
from 163,750 rubles in 1884 to 103,536
rubles in 1885.
Moreover thq Coal
Mining Company of Saghalien, which
is supplied with convict labor, paid to
the State 31,45$ rubles for the rights
conceded to it.—London Timet.
j —Newark, Ä.
N. J., expended »500,000
(on a sewer, and
to be a failure.
io4? is very
arrow to cost
t'Yes; but» my
, just see
low long it is.”
—A citizen ofByracukp, N. Y., claims
¡to own the largest dog\in the world.
jTlie animal weighs 203 pounds and
leasures six feet three inches from the
lose to tail.
—First Tramp—"Bill, look at this
'sponge in this yer winder. It’s six feet in
diameter.” Second Tramp—“And just
i think, Joe, it’ll hold eight quarts of
| —Dr. Martineau, a French physician,
claims that carbonate of lithia and
arseniate of soda in aerated water, used
to the exclusion of other drinks, is
almost an infallible cure for diabetes.
I —A Unitarian newspaper, the CTris-
tian Regieter, has been the recipient
recently of bequests, of »500 and »1,000
respectively, to be used in sending the
paper to non-subscribers
—Lots of pretty girls in New York
wear a nutmeg around their neck as a
charm against malaria. Young men
have it sprinkled on top of a gloss of
milk and things for the same purpose.
ANOTHER OMAHA BOY WINS A
Oscar Groeliell, a salesman
Richardson's wholesale drug house,
who was the lu. ky holder of ticket No.
46,856, which drew one-tenth, »2,000,
of the »20,000 capital prize in the draw
J aki H0
Reduced Prices on Rifles.
Day SELF-HEATING Bath Tub
COLLINSON & AHPEL.
New Goods and No*!
The Van Monciscai
Acme Electric Belt Agency
OREGON SHORT LINE
Union Pacific Railway.
—Agricultural implements have been
In such great demand in Manitoba that
nearly every dealer has completely sold
—It is shown by official returns that
the production of anthracite coal in
Pennsylvania the last fiscal year was
nearly thirty-six millions of tons.
—The total number of postmasters re
ceiving less than »1,000 per annum is
50,582. Of that number 48,003 are paid
between »400 and »520 a year.
—"Jones, do you know ‘Rienzi’s
Adress?’ ’’ asked Smith. "No. I don’t,”
was the reply, "but you might find it
in the directory.”— Pittsburgh Chron-
-It must be hm>d on a talkative
woman to marry a barber. Whenever
she'd think she had the lost word, he'd
be sure and have the “next”— Charlee
—The largest cornfield in Florids is
found in Volnsia County. It consiffi«
of 800 acres and is what is known as
the old Starke plantation at Spring
Garden. It will yield from thirty to
fifty bushels per acre.
—A young hopeful of five summers
had stopped before a toy shop while out
walking with his mamma. "You don’t
mean to buy me that wooden horse,
mamma?” "Why not, darling. It’s
O, yea, but it's too
—8tranger—“My stars! There's a
slide.” Omaha Man—"Where?”
there, I tell yon. going yet Look!
That • ’s nothing
' but the
pumps throwing Missouri water into
the reservoir.”— Omaha World. >
—Mr4. Mat Crawford, living near
Dranesville. Marion County, (11., ha<1
seven teen hogs killed by one stroke of
lightning one day last week.. There
were twenty-one hogs all huddled up
near the house. After the lightning
flash only four were found alive.
*-••1 have a poem, sir," he said to
the editor, “which, if acceptable to ^ou,
1 would like to receive some remunera
tion for.” "Certainly; if we use it we
wfnpay Yum." "Wha t ere y wu p ay i T
ing of The Louisiana State Lottery on
the Sth nlL, was called upon by a rep
resentative of the Bee, to. whom he said
he had held tickets in the lottery since
last January, and drew a prise at each
drawing. The first time he got »5, the
■econd »30, the next »15, then »10,
•nd the last before this time »5.
He says he is not alone in the tickets
but that the young men of the house
have formed a syndica'e and have .in
vested »150 in tickets this month.
One thing strange about our test draw
ing was that a young man clerking in
a drug house in Shelton sent me »5 to
bo invested with our money. Along
with the money came the note, that
he hoped it would win as he wanted to
take another course of lectures in a
medioel college butdid not have money
esrough. 1 iflyes tgd fort him and he
got »200 out of tbe prize, and Is no*
in a Chicago medical college takiag for poetry?” “if B's good we girt two
JueoMino —<MsaJta(Meb.)Ras»S^. Ji. ' strews tleketa"
timber, or it may rest its weight upoir
its head and feet From time to time
spasms occur, lasting a few seconds, or
several minutes. The seat of the trouble
is in the nerves, and hence a spasm may
be brougliton at a slight noise, a touch,
or even a breath of air.
As the muscles of respiration are
usually affected, the te’cathing is great
ly impeded, and-often, f’r the time,
rendered wholly impossible, tho chest
being held as in a vise. Death fre
quently results from this cause, the
system being previously exhausted by
pain and Jack of sleep and nourishment
If the patient survives beyond the
twelfth day he is likely to recover; but
no known medicine is able to do more
than promote steep and benumb the
The cause is unknown. It may fol
low wounds, or lie independent of
wounds, the latter being the most hope
ful cases. The wounds may be cither
severe or slight but most wounds are
not followed by tetanus. It is proba
ble that, in persons oi a peculiar nerv
ous su«t!eptibility,'. and under certain
not well understood conditions, a |x>ison
is developed within the system. Hence,
the only hope of a cure is to sustain the
patient with stimulants, nourishment
and steep until the system can elimi
nate the poison.
In case of a severe wound, especially
in the neighborhood of nerve centers,
great care should be exercised in dress
lug the injury, so as to bring the parts
well together, anti the parts should be
kept clean with mild carbolic acid so
lution, or some other good antiseptic
Skin 8« Scalp
by the. *-
THE COST OF WAR.
What Europe Spends
Annually For 1 It»
Armies and Na vie», l *
Mr. Lewis Appleton, of tlie British
and Foreign Arbitration Socioty, has
__ ___ AT fust published a pamphlet containing
to the C uticüra R emedies
irvellolM properties of cleauslng.
cleansing. some statistics in regard to the cost of
In their marvellous
............ .. _nd
and beautifying the skin and In war. They arc intended, of course, to
curing torturing, disfiguring, itching, scaly and
pimply diseases of the skin, scalp and blood, aid the cause of international arbitra
tion and the disbanding at the im
a 1th loss of hair.
CuTicuRA, the great Skin Cure, and Ctrtl-
CVHA Soar, an exquisite bkln Beaullfler. ose- mense standing armies that are eating
pared from it, externally, aud C uticvka ltx- up a large share of the substance of
solvxnt . the new Blood Puritler, internally,
are a positive cure for every form of skin and Europe. The annual expenditure of
blood disease, from pimples to scrofula C uti - all the European powers for their
cuRalRKMiroiKSare absolutely pure and theonly
armies and . navies is »3.857.500.000.
InfalUtle skin beautiflers and blood purUlers.
Bold every where. Prioe: CuTicuna. SOo.; Rx- The national debts of Europe, which
solvknt , 31; Boar, tSc. Prepared by the P ot -
txr D ruo aND CHmioaL Co., B oston , Mata were incurred by
war nearly alto-
tWRdnd for “ How to Cure Skin IHaeaMA"
ñ I U liti colt as dove's down, and as white, by
Nearly »1,OX), 0b0,000 annually is paid
nnfllJU natile CimcT'RA Manic atko Hoar.
out for interest.
There are at present actually under
arms 4,123,675 men, and the number
trained for war and subject to call Is
16.697.484. . Besides these there am
Cures all Diseases originating from a 291,253 men in the navies, comprising
disordered state of the BLOOD or 304 ironclads and monitors, and 1,972
Rheumatism, Meuralgia, frigates. All this is sustained because
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofala, of the ambitions and greed of a com
Turnon, Salt Rhenm and Mercurial paratively few men and the necessity of
Pains readily yield to its purifying guarding against them. Ths. working
properties. It leavee the Blood pure, men pay the bills and necessarily
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the remit! u in poverty. It is on thorn that
Complexion bright and clear.
the burden rests. Others may fall on
A. R. CATES A CO., Proprlatora
417 Bansonj® St.. Batt Frandaoo. ‘
Naw S bcttonal M aps or
OREGON & WASHINGTON,
Revised to November. 1SB7.
V» Cent. Eaeb.
Tsgtlksr, Al M.
MalM aavwbera Addrssa
/. x oux a co. raMtooa
—Almost any suiunier weather is'too
hot for people to witness a theatrical
performance when tickets must I n
bought; but the thermometer must-climb
to the high gallery to get above those
who will crowd a theater to see a free
«how, even on a July night —X 0.
—"I'm almost dead from house hnnt- If Flrwt «Street,
ipg.” wearily sighed Mr«. G'rtslp.
"What do you want with a house?" in
terrogated Mrs. Snyder. "1 thought
you owned your own hnnw." ‘YW
course I don't want a house.” was lb«
eonfiiianlial reply. !‘taU 1 just like to go
around and see bow people lire, yox
account of it to be a. rich as they
olherwise would be. but the suffering
comes on the laboring classes.' 'There
is a weighty sermon in these figures.—
N. Y World.
—Last Sunday n teacher in a Maine
Sunday-school hail been telling her class
about Moses, dwelling at length upon
his character, and desiring to test thsir
attention and memory she asked "What
kind of a child was Moses?” All was
quiet for a moment, when one little fel
low answered tip: “I think he Was a
boy, ma'am.”— Bangor Commercial.
—A young Japanese, educating him
self in thia country and gradually ao-
q.iring the flexible language which a
native begins to learn just about the
time be dies, was invited to tea with
■nomw Menda "Is’'ly«ni ir tea all out.
tap. Maljraad th.
It vili w» rM M mor» money to p. ■ IhrouAb Ih.
old hlatorlmil. mo»t d<m«-ly p<mul»'«l. rtohml .od b-.c
portimi of Ih. KiaM. lylnj
ih. A li.olio lb»o R «111 to b. tolm Ihrouih Ibto »blob
li limrtoly totolad. dtooloto
Go Tbroii|[b thè Hevt ot thè C ot I ímoí
—sv wat or—
OODBX. SALT LAXA
Invalids* dotal and Snrpoal Instituto
Maff or Klakleen Bs^rlciwe. af MUU>
AU. CHRONIC DISEASES A SMCIALTV.-
l’ut leni» t natod here or st tholr homi». Many
treated ut homo, through oorrespoodonoo, ss
■uoceiorully M It here In person. Como am
boo us. or Borni ten conto In stampo tor our
- Inv.lid.’ Qotdo Book," whloh (Ivi» all punto-
ululo. Aildroosi W orld ' s Ì hspersauv M udi ,
cal A ssociation , (XU Muln 8t., Buffalo. N.Y.
OIM1II OMAHA .
AND KAMSAS CITY,
CHICAGO AID BT. LOB1SI
And All poto» IMS ud Buina
NO CHA.WE OF CAM
Between Portland and Connell Bluffik ar between
Portland and Kan»** City.
P b II rerb Falsee. Mleeplaff Cora
A»4 OoudortebU ffaiuBAUV S lebtx M ou Ml taita
For ° wonvout,” “ run-down,” debilitated
school teachers, milliners, seamstressni. house
keepers, and overworked women generally.
Dr. Flcroe’s Favorite Prescription to the best
of all restorative tonics. It to not ft ‘,Cur*4llU
but admirably f tilfllto a singleness of purpose,
being a moet potent Specific for all thoso
Clrro.dc Wo»kn<««*w nhd DlOTwes peculiar to
women. Tire treatment of many thousands
of such cftflos, at tho Invalids’ Hotel and Surg
ical Institute luxs afford<<l a large expert nos
in adapting remedies for tbeir cure, and
Dr. Pieroe’s Fivorito PrsssrijitiM
tl the remilt nt thia vast experience. For
nternal eonffeetlon, liiriaManallon
and nlceratlota.l« 1» • apeajrie. It
la ■ powerful g<>ni>ral, M woll m uterine, tonlo
and norvluo. and linpurta t Igor and rtn-ngth
to the wluile aystom. It cum wrakmss of
•temaih. Indtowilon, bloating, wrah tack.
-----------—^rxilon, exhaustion, debility and
sex. Fftvo rite Preacrtih
iron lo sold by drum«Isis under our poettiae
'guaraulrr. Heo wrapi»'r nrnund IxHtlo.
Bend 10 omits In stamps for Dr.H mm ’
Treatise on Dltaasre of Women (ISO
paper-oovoredl. Address. W orld ’ s D
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