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A Full Bad» Hehl»»da
41 One Year s Seeding,
impurities in your blood mH
torn seeds of disease of
never get rid. If your blood is rrrn the
less! bit impure, do not deUy. but Uke
Hood's SsrsspsrilU st once, In so doing
there is ssfety; in deUy there is danger.
Be sure to get only Hood's, because
He Didn't Laugh.
Stranger—You are the only gontle-
man in the room.
Guest—In what way, sir?
Stranger—When I tripped in the
dance and went SDrawling on the
floor, .earing my fair partner’s drees,
you were the only one in the room
who did not laugh.
Guest—The lady is my wife, and I
paid for the dress.—N. Y. Weekly.
Effective September 1st, the Rio
Grande Western Railway will put on
its fourth popular tourist excursion car
from Portland to the East. This car
will run via the Colorado Midland,
Chicago, Rock Island & Paoitio and
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul roads,
and will leave Portland every Friday,
spend the second day out (Sunday) at
Salt Lake City, "the City of the
Saints,” and then go through to Chi-
cago via Colorado Springs and Omaha,
without change, The other person-
ally oonduoted tourist excursions leave
Portland: Monday, via Kansas City
and the Missouri Pacific and Chi
cago & Alton roads; Tuesday, via
Omaha and the Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific, and Wednesday, via Omaha
and the Burlington roads,
these cars are cut out for the day at
Salt Lake City, giving all passengers a
daylight sto;K>ver in the Mormon capi
tal, thus ensuring them a ride by day
light through the heart of the Rocky
Mountains. The care leaving Portland
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday run
over the Denver & Rio Grande tracks.
This gives the passengers from the
Pacifio Northwest the choice of cross
ing the Rockies via Tennessee, Mar
shall or Hagerman Pass.
For information as to rates and for
descriptive pamphlets, address J. D.
Mansfield, General Agent, 353 Wash
ington street, Portland. Oregon.
Gave Him Away.
Joseph Jefferson tells a stoiy of a
friend of his who was playing Richard
III on the Texas frontier. When it
came to wooing of the Lady Anne an
indignant cowboy jumped up and
shouted: "Don’t you believe him,
marm. He’ve two Mexican wives
down in San Antonio.”—N. Y. Woild.
sold only in
General Frederick Funston and Mrs.
Funston are with the general’s regi
ment. General Funston has undergone
an operation necessitated by an injury
resulting from a fall from his horse
while serving in the Cuban army witlr
General Gomez. In the course of an
interview, General Funston remarked
that he would not mind staying in Lu
zon. He disliked war, but inasmuch
as there is righting, he would like to
remain and aid in bringing it to a
close. Speaking of the future, he
"The only solution of the problem
will be tinough whipping the insur
gents. 1 do not think they will sur
render. When we begin active opera
tions against them on a large scale in
the autumn we will scatter them into
small bands, and I think when the sol
diers composing these bands see that
they are persistently pursued they will
throw away or hide their arms and re
turn to their pursuits of peace. A
year hence small bodies of armed men
will be able to go anywhere in Luzon.
The island was always infested with
bandits, and was never safe for Euro
peans to travel in. Probably after the
end of the fighting the highwaymen
will be mote numerous because the
members of Aguinaldo’s army who have
lived for years with guns in their
hands have acquired a state for bueh-
Ife, and would ratber continue as
highwaymen than ieturn to work.
“Cavalry is greatly needed here.
The country, when dry, is eupeib for
have none. One of their strong points
is their ability to retreat rapidly.
Cavalry could overtake and hopelessly
scatter and punish them, and could
subsist largely on the country. When
cavalry is once here, it should be given
a chance to go ahead and not be kept in
towns for guard duty. Our greatest
successes have been gained when the
regimental commanders have been al
lowed to follow up quickly the advan
tages gained in battle. Small bodies
of Americans, operating freely and
commanded by ofticera of dash and en
ergy, conld badly break up the enemy.
The capture of Aguinaldo by cavalry
would be a less difficult proposition
than the capture of the Apaohe chiefs
Italy has only a dozen commercial
aohools of all crades.
Improved Train Equipment.
The O. R. & N. and Oregon Short
Line have added a buffet, smoking and
library car to their Portland-Chicago
through train, and a dining car service
has been inaugnarated. The train is
equipped with the latest chair cars,
day coaches and luxurious first-class
and ordinary sleepers. Direct connec
tion made at Granger with Union Pa
cifio, and at Ogden with Rio Grande
line, from all points in Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho to all Eastern cities.
For information, rates, etc., call on
any O. R. & N. agent, or address W.
H. Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent,
A ball of fire which afterwarda
proved to be a meteor, was seen shooting
through the sky at Fon du Lac, Wis.
It aligiited upon the roof of John Wai-
ten’ dwelling, and set fire to the
Manila, Sept. 2.—Of the troops
about to return to the United States,
the Kansas men will leave on board
the transjarrt Tartar, the Washington
regiment on board the Pennsylvania,
and the Nevada cavalry on tiie Ohio.
AR these departures will occur within
the next week. Eight hundred men of
the Kansas regiment will return, and
200 will remain at Manila, 150 of them
re-enlisting. Three ofticera and 80
men of the Kansans were killed, and
19 ofticera and men died from disease
during the smallpox epidemio, while
122 members of tire regiment were
Of the Washingtons, 875 men are
embarking, while 8 officers and 206
men will stay, most of the remaining
enlisting in the new regiments being
formed iiere. Due of the ofticeraof tiie
regiment was killed, one was wounded,
and one died from disease; 24 men
were killed, 128 wounded, and 9 died.
Cebu Bandits Are Routed by the Ameri
Manila, Sept. 2. — Dispatches from
Cebu announce that the American
troops, under Colonel Bayless, with
two field pieces, sailed Monday into
the hills against the band of natives
who recently ambushed four of our
soldiers and who have been generally
troublesome. The Americans found
the natives entrenched and drove them
from their trenches further into the
There were no casualties on the
American side, though there were some
heat prostrations. The native loss is
not known. Thre cruiser Charleston
landed men who guarded the city dur
ing the absence of the troops.
The Fourth infantry having prepared
to give the insurgents a warm recep
tion, the latter have ceased to prepare
their attack on Imus.
Bailed for Gibraltar.
Villefranche, Sept. 2.—Admiral
Dewey remained on board the Olympia
this morning. In brilliant sunshine
and with a fresh breeze blowing, the
preparations for sailing commenced at
8:15 P. M.. when the launohes were
hauled up, interested crowds on shore
witching the preparations and admir
ing the activity of tiie crew. At 3:30
tiie mail orderly left the quay with the
latest mail, the anchors were hoisted,
and at 4 o’clock sharp the cruiser sailed
out of the harbor for Gibraltar until
September 12. He expressed pleasure
previous to bis departure, at his stay
here, and dreads hi« countrymen’s re
ception. Tiie admiral’s visit Iiere was
the most interesting in the history of
Transport Victoria Halls.
Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 2.—The trans
port Victoria sailed tonight with
horses, feed anil provisions for the
Philippines. Theie are 75 members of
the Third cavalry aboard. Mrs. Pan
ton, wile of the captain of the Victoria,
accompanied her husband on tire trip.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
SritUP or Fws, manufactured by the
CALiroHXia F ig S yrup C o ., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the on« perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
i'ently yet promptly and enabling one
o overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are need, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the Cai.iroRNiA Fro S yrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of theComparry
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
It is estimated that one crow will
destroy 700,C00 insect« every year.
World*« Crop« Short.
Vienna, Sept. 3.—The Hungarian
ministry of agriculture has just issued
its annual estimates of tiie world’s
harvest. This points to considerable
deficiency. The wheat yield is 110,-
000,000 hectolitres below last year’s
yield, and about 34,000,000 short of
the entire world’s demand.
The estimated yield of rye is 5,000,-
000 less than that of last year; of bar
ley, 33,000,000 less, and of oats, 35,-
000,000 leB». The total deficiency in all
cereals is about 97,000,000 hectolitres.
Filipino» Will Be Landed.
Washington, Sept. 2.—Commisnion*
er-General Powderly, of the immigra
tion bureau, with tiie approval of the
secretary of the treasury, has issue«! an
order allowing 66 of the 68 Filipinos
recently arrived at San Francisco to be
landed on the acceptance of a bond cf
IftOO in each case, conditioned on their
not becoming public charges. The two
refused a landing are said to be afflict
ed with a loathsome disease.
There are 1,208 more scholars on
•AN FRANCISCO, OAL.
th. rolls of the Sunday sobools of Ire-
nxw toxx , w . t .
Hr sale by alt Druggista—Fries Ms. ptr bottle land than last year.
The R. G, Dun A Co. 'a weekly re
view of trade says: Nothing is more
eloquent than the facts. Aotual pay
ments through the principal clearing
houses were S3 per cent larger than
last year and 00.9 per cent larger than
in the same week in 1893. For the
month thus fur, the daily average of
payments is 30.3 per cent larger than
last year and 50 per cent larger than
Iron works which supply Pittsburg
•re sold up far into 1900, and can do
nothing, though prices much beyond
what they received are paid by those
who must have iron this year. The
enormous demand for more tailroads
and more rails and cars, more vessels,
warehouses and buildings to handie
ttie extraordinary business in progress
cannot be met as quickly as men would
like, and work of all sorts is delaved,
from the biggest war vessel to the
Western receipts of wheat no long
er keep up with the extraordinary
movement a year ago, falling 1,800,000
bushels behind for the week, but for
four weeks have been 15.SOI.414 bush
els, against 14,854,631 bushels last
year. Atlantic exports were slightly
larger than last year, and in four
weeks, 11,421,333 bushels, tlour in
cluded. against 11,737,185 bushels last
year, while Pacific exports have been
882,024 bushels for the week, and in
four weeks, 1,683,358 bushels, against
1,531.954 bushels last year.
Failures for the week have been 163
in the United!States, against 179 last
year, and 16 in Canada, against 26
Edna—1 love to ilda iu front on a
Jack—Yon do? Why?
"Because no matter wlmt happeu"
there is alwnva *>mo mie 1« UU >’»’k
on.”—Uhioago Evening Nuwa.
A.ioul.lilng Inrr.... Over That of LaH
Year 1. Hhowa.
Funston Want« to Stay.
Portlund to the East.
"I’ll know better next time,” said
Mrs. Ferguson, speaking of it after
ward. "I told George’s uncle to con
sider himself at home in our house.”
"Well, it wasn’t five minutes after
ward that he began to grumble about
the oooking.”—Chicago Tribune.
BEST TRADE EVER KNOWN.
IVathingtnn Regiment Will I.eave Me-
uila Wilhln • Week.
Nine Years' Weeding."
l adle« l’«n Wear Mliore
Ona sl«e smaller after using Allen's Foot-
Ease, » powder tobe.haken into the .........
Il ruakis tight or new »hoes fej'l
Kives instant relief to corns and buntona.
it s the greatest comfort discovary of the
Hge. Cures swollen feet, blisters and cal-
lulls spots. Allen’s Emil K.t-e la a eertam
ru»a for ingrowing nails, sweating, »marl
ing hot, m lung leet. We lm»e :»».««test •
m.mials. AU druggwl» h'"1,
Trial pa. k n-e I I. I L >'V
Addri-ss, Allen 8. Olmsted, I •• Boy, W. X.
ltenrv .McL'llsr., .«ill'inillton. 111.,
I» a veteran of the 16th Illinois lul.u*
••For more than 1' year« I «« a
eun'eror front xaetrttl» In Its *ur"J
form. 1 was much reduced In (U«h
ami etronitth and unable to attend
to Puelne»». Finally niy wi<« !’-«'
anad<<l rnetotry t'r.W llllutn« I Ink
Pills (or I'nlo People and to niv aur-
nrt.e 1 besan to act better. Tliree
boxes effoetud » cure that be» l een
permanent. W hen I began to tnke
(he pilla I welahed l:»l I'oumt»; rmw
1 welyh till These pills did me moro
rood t’iau all Hie other mvdleluvs 1
Lkv.everuk..^ K Mcl<I[l.T.A,'.
Ritbacrlbnd «nd •» orn to l.efore ma
Ulis second day of I'ecenilwr. I'P .
It. It. W ai i.*<-i . Auf'iry M»N»a
—Fru'iltht t'r.». H.vmtlon, 111.
To an» sntrerers from »tontain or
bowet trouble l'r. Williams diet
book Is free on requeat.
Dr. WIIIHTS' Pink PHU tor P»'» ’’•«Pl«
ar» ne.«r »olii br the iloten < ' hundr»d.
but .'.»>» in pick»«». At »11 dnitSl.t».
or direct from ths Ur. Williams Mediclns
Co., Scb»n»ctad). N. V.. 60 cents P«r bo».
6 loie» 12 60.
String Beam* Btewetl in Butter.
Valley, 59@59t,c; Bluestem, 60(<g61o
Flour—Best grades, »3.35; graham,
»2. 65; superfine, »2.15 per barrel.
Oats—Choice white, 40(£43c; choice
gray, 87 041c per bushel.
Barley—Feed barley, »165(017;
brewing, »18.50 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, »17 per ton; mid
dlings, (22; shorts, (18; chop, (16.00
Hay—Timothy, (809; clover, (7
08; Oregon wild hay, (6 per ton.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 45050c;
seconds, 85040c; dairy, 80035c;
Eggs—18018*^c per dozen,
Cheese—Oregon full cream,
Young America, 13c; new cheese,
10c per pound.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, (3.500
4.50per dozen; hens, (4.50; springs,
(208.00; geese, (4.0005.00 for old,
(4.5006.50 for young; ducks, (5.000
5.50 per dozen; turkeys, live, 12 LS0
lBt^c per pound.
Potatoes—75c0(l per sack; sweets,
3 56 08c per pound.
1 Vegetables—Beets, (1; turnips, 90c
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
bage, 15^ 03c per pound; cauli
flower, 75c per dozen; parsnips, (1
beans, 506c per pound; celery,
700 75c per dozen; cucumbers, 50c per
box; peas, 3 04c per pound; tomatoes,
75c per box; green corn, 125a 015c per
Hops—11013c; 1897 crop, 406c.
Wool—Valley, 12 013c per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 8 013c; mobair,
37080c per pound.
Mutton—Gross, best sheep, wethers
and ewes. 3 5tc; dressed mutton, 6)s 0
7c; lambs, 75ic per lb.
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, *5.00;
light and feeders, (4.50; dressed, (6.00
06.50 per 100 pounds.
Beef—Gross, top steers, 3.500(4.00;
6 075ic per pound.
Veal—Large. 6%@1}4c; small, 81
85ic per pound.
Onions, new, »1.25® 1.50 por sack
Potatoes, new, 1015icperlb.
Beets, per sack, »110.
Turnips, per sack, 75c.
Carrots, per aack, 90c.
Parsnips, per sack, (101.75.
Cauliflower, 76c per doz.
Cabbage, native and Califotuu
(101.35 per 100 pounds.
Apples, (1.3501.75 per box.
Pears, »1.75 per box.
Prunes, »1 per box.
Butter—Creamery, 25c per pound;
dairy 17020c ranch, 135£017c per lb.
Cheese—Native, 13 013c.
Poultry—180 14c; dressed, 165£c.
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, »709:
choice Eastern Washington
Corn—Whole. »23.60; cracked, (23;
feed meal, »28.00.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
»31; whole, »23.
Flour—Patent, per barrel, »3.60;
blended straigfits, (3.35: California
(3.26; buckwheat flour, (8.60; graham,
per barrel, (3.60; whole wheat flour,
(3; rye flour, »4.50.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, • 16;
shorts, per ton, (16.
Feed—Chopped feed, »30.60 per
ton; middlings, per ton, »33; oil cake
meal, par ton, »86.
The bust of Nir Joseph Paxton, the
architect of the famous Crystal palace
in London, is now being moved I""11
Ils old position oil the terrace to the
parade. The work of moving it is
milch like that of moving a house, for
the bust is one of the largest uvei
made. It was compie
stands over nine feet
Joseph Palton was b
siine iu 18011, mid was
services in designing tin
He died in Hydenhmii
plan for the Crystal pa
ad after 333 other piai
dined, lie also won I
scape gardener and ar.
elected to parliament
To Preveel llsaglog.
Prepare the beans as usual, parboil
them, then put them on in just
enough new boiling water to cover
them, and add as much butter as you
would use in dressing them to serve.
Let them cook in the water and butter
for two hours, a«lding water as it boils
awav. Pepper and add salt to taste,
add a little milk if preferred, and you
will have a dish, tit not only for a
king, but for the independent American
citizen who pays his way as he goes.—
Ostriches, when frightened, get over
the ground at the rate of 25 miles an
hour. Their strides measure 11 l2 feet.
An India elephant can carry from
800 to 1,000 pounds, march eight to 10
hours a day, and do with five or six
hours’ sleep. He needs 600 pounds of
green feed daily, besides grain.
Customer—Wil! these panta bug at
Dealer—Mein trient, no pants will
I hag at de knees if von treat deni right.
I I tell von how before you go. It eea
| my own invention.
t’uelomer (delighted)—Then 1 11 take
j them. Here is the money. What is
Dealer—Neffer sit down. —N. Y.
In the British army in India there
are about 1,500 eases of typhoid fever
every year, 300 of them fatal.
By torsi appll. sllons, as they raunet r. »cl. ths
di.,■»'<■! I .Oil.■» <d Ih- <«r II.»'- Isol. » <—
savio, or .1. e'uc" *"’l H'*' *• i'» »“U.ilin
Prall...» ...an«. I l-v HI III-
Hai... I c.'ixllll.m .1 • !'» mi -us Imins "Ülo.
Ku.ia.'liian lubr W lini Ibi» l"¡'« «•>• •"
tlaiin 0 .eu have » ruuiblois Miun.l or impar
We will forfeit |t,000 if nnv of our pub- II. ill ar.iis and alen il is »ntiirlr c:...-.|
j lislieil testimonials are proven to be not ,1, a....'., la ihr rsa.ill,
tlon can I.« tal. u i'.il »ml li**» lui*» i»"l ‘'»'I t"
Tux I’rso Co . Warren, l’a.
ita normal .......linón. haar ms will b- .»• .n.or.|
lorr.i'l nll.sra.r. oui -I ' n sra c. ... i I >
The first balloon ascension was made eatarrh.nld.il
i. nothin« b"< •'< tn«am».|
by tile Montgolfier brothers in Lyons, coii.ll'i.'n.'l th. mur. ..surta, r.
w.. » ¡I, ... ru s lini Ir.'-I h" lar» tor any
France, June 5, 1783.
ea-r . I in a ' «-• .rana. .I bv i i.tarlh) lhal ran
not I... rumi by Hall » i alarrh curu. Hand tut
CITC F»rn>sn<'ntly i ur. I M'. rltsor n»r»n:i«ns<s circulars, Irre
■ I I v after th st dur-4 imo of l>r. K llnv * Urc. t
K J. CftKSKY A CO., Talado. O
Nerve i<e»tor> r. Send I r FHFK l»'4.OO
bottle «ri'i treat I*».
U. II. KLINK, Ltd., W0
Hall's Family I’llls are the luwL
ArcUmrvet, Fbihuielphla. I’ il
To lay the dust on its roadbed the
Boston and Maine railroad runs a large
oil sprinkler over its route.
Th«» ClitTd wallwr« anti
The Denver it Rio Grande railroad
has recognized the great interest which
has lately been aroused in these won
derful mins, and will furnish on appli
cation to R. (’. Niehol, General Agent,
251 Washington street, Portland, Or.,
(hasMlioppers attain their greatest
a pamphlet describing the ruins, und
size in South America, when» they
tiie best way to reach them.
These historical ruins are located on glow to a length of five inubos and
the line of tlio Denver <Sc Rio Grande sinvad out 10 inches.
In Anti, Cidifornia, i« an iminenno
Parties going East should avail them
selves of the opportunity of purchasing cintvin lined with concrete two f«’«»l
tickets via this line, the scenic line thick for the «toiuge ol wmu. its ca
pacity is OdO.OOO gallon«.
of th“ *7orld.
The Hawaiian Inland« a century iga
had a native popol itton «»( «miio
000, which haw diiniiiHlo» I
I im « this
30.000 «1 thn piraenl time.
Fifteen prisoner« in the ('olninbnn
(Ohio) penitentiary were in tlio habit
of stealing cigars from the «hop, anti
trnimferring them to outNide confeder
One of the prisoner«, an old Bid
der, bud a wooden leg.
Thi« he u«e<l
a« a receptacle fur «omo of the «tolen
Four cannon« have been place I or
tlio four «id««
ll « lowii of lluiiim»-
«»*y, Okluhoui i
When the clou 1« in*
dii'Att» an approaching cyclone, th«« < ■!)•
non on th<* llir«’at»’ii«’«l Bid«, Im**!«* I with
milt, Ixmiliardw tin* tUKiiacliig clou It.
which toon diaper «••-—in
froiu llic cannon*« Mnury mouth.
The flrnt ailkwotme rai««-d in the We«t
have been produced by Mark Uhieaa,
an Italian, at Den Moine«, la., from
egg« imported from Italy.
Milk niotha he got 8,000 egg«, and of
the«e 4,000 hatched.
It in I iih inten
lion to produce Milk on a large hch I u .
Meat i« never eaten by th Tr a i-pía
monk« of Gethiemana, Ky,
hlea an«l wheat braid are
Th.'jr never «peak to '
mile«« when ettremeljr ill,
know notliilig of the current event! u
the mitwide world.
The ordinary folding fan was invent
Charles Darwin’s statue, the gift of
Prof. Poulton, has been put up in the ed in the aevenlh century liy a Japa
Oxford University museum next to the nese artist, who derived the idea from
watching a bat closing its wings.
statue of Sir Isaac Newton.
Miss Annie Luker, an American
girl, is a diver from Diversville. At
the Royal Aquarium, London, she daily
dives from a height of 90 feet into a
tank of water.
organ«. The »ufTcivr muv call
her trouble I .«*m lion horn, »>r
Weak in-»«.or Fomale l>ÌM-a«r<>r
nome other name, but the real
trouble it tat uili of (hr female
organ« and nothing rl .r.
Pe iu iia radically and perma
nrntly cure« till« und «II othrt
fot in« of I atari h !ti«a| .Itlve
Specific for f Mllala trouble«
canard bv calar i h of the delicate
lining of the organ« p'-cullar to
women. It alway« cure« if u«r«|
persistently. It h prompt and
Scienlitic men generally believe that
It is a temarkablo fact that few bald
the bed ol the I’aoifie Ocean was once
head men ever die of consumption.
above waler mid inhabited by men.
Itcmsmb -r that you can buy Jesse Moore
A. A. Whiskey for the same price that is
paid for ordinary whiskey. For sale by all
iirst-class dealers ami druggists.
The debilitating drain« and
dl*< li.ugen which wcukrn bo
in.iny woinott nro viium •<1 by ( ’«
tarili of the diMtiiu tly feminine
A sheep with five horns rambles
around the farm o( William Marston
in Cedar Springs. Ky. Two horns
grew on each side of the head and ono
in the center.
A San Francisco man who died not
long ago with plein isy was found to
have had three-quarters of an inch of
a needle in his heart, which had beon
there long enough to rust.
You know very well how you feel when your liver don’t act. Bile collects In the blcod. bowels be'orrc
constipated and your whole system is poisoned. A lazy liver Is an invitation for a thousand pains and acn-s to
come and dwell with you. Your life becomes one long measure of irritability and despondency and bad feeling
CASCARETS act directly, and In a peculiarly happy manner on the liver and bowels, cleansing, purifying,
revitalizing every portion of the liver, driving all the bile from the blood, as is soon shov.m by Increased appetite
for food, power to digest it, and strength to throw off the waste. Beware of imitations I
■winimtn'."» AX anhington Sv»r.
!»•▼•» been tronblr<l « great deal
with a Lorpk. liver, which produce« oonwna
tion. j found CAJM ARtfTH to bo all y,»u
claim for U.» m, and necurrd «uch relief tbn
r« h t ! dal that I nur< haxetl another mippiy
«nd «a« comphujly cured. 1 abail only bo
too glad to recommend ( a’lcar« ta whenever
j a S mith .
•V20 Susquehanna Av» . Philadelphia. Pa.
"He did ** nuickly md tyaiematically and
to-say, .B4 it not pt^ ,a
Wnu y, ,M
• an Franelieo Xtarkat.
Wool—Spring— Nevada, 13014c per
pound; Oregon, Eastern, 100 14c; Val
ley, 14019c; Northern, 8010c.
Onions—Silverskin, 90c <8(1 per
Butter—Fancy creamery, 37028o;
do second«, 82 026c; fancy dairy,
38025c de seconds, 19023c per
Eggs—Store, 19023o; fancy ranch,
Citrus Fruit—Oranges, Valencia,
(2.75 08.35; Mexican lime«, (4 05.00;
California lemons, 76od(l,5U; do
choice, firstname.lastname@example.org per box.
Hay-Wheat, 16% WX; wheat and
oat, »7 <88; oat, |8(39; best bar-
ley, »4.50(97; alfalfa, »6.00(87 per ton;
straw, 20<386c per bale.
Oregon Burkanks. » 1.3 >(9» 1.B0; river
Burbanks, 45«90c; Salinas Burbanks
»1.35(9150 per sack.
Tropical fruits—Bananaa, »1.60(13
3.60 per bunch; pineapples, |3^
4.00: Persian dates, 6 0S^o per
Fence and Wire Works.
PORTI,AND WIRK ,t IRON WORKS- WIRE
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...TATUM A BOWEN...
29 Is 3t first Street
CAWHTON ACO.; KS'GINER, HOII.BR« «.
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P orti *«n
ran give you the best bargains’ in g" n^|
POR A DOSE. Cure 8lrk Ilcailache
;!'mo’»2'l'np‘«"»n'l Purify tlm n achrnery, engines, boil<.M, tanks nurnr,.
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not Gripe nr Hliken. Toronvlnce you, «« win ni»ll I «ïullleiL
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CO., Phllada,, A»eun. Ho I,Ihy I ir u i. t,.
I to , isrs
not V» airisture
or »ent in plain wrapper,
by eiprewR, prepaid, f„r
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