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ALONG THE COAST
**For the Sake of Fun
Mischief is Done.
X «ttarf amount of mischief is done.
because people neglect to keep their blood
pure. JI appears tn eruptions, dyspepsia,
indigestion, nervousness, htdney diseases,
and other ailments.
cures all diseases promoted by impure
blood or lonu state of the system.
To Heart of lutrrlor.
Gunnison, Utah, expects to have a
beat sugar factory by another rear.
Sruui ih» Thrtvlna I'acIBn
It W»» a Hla»» or Brilliancy, anil Stein
bach Was t'on,ratulal»<l.
One of the events of the season was
the tecent grand opening of A. B. Stein
bach & Co.’» new clothing store, corner
of Fourth and Moirison streets, Port
land. It was a scene of splendor and 15,-
000 pleased people inspected it. The
new store is large and roomy, light and
airy, and its elegant oaken counters
are piled high with a fresh, latest-style
stock of men’s and boys’ clothing and
furnishing goods. Everything sold at
Mr. Steinbach’s store is always known
to be durable and first-class in every
respect If you drop the firm a line
they will send you free samples of
suitings and rulos for self-measure
ment, so that you can order ololhing
that will fit perfectly and be equal to
custom-made, at ready-made prices.
In boys’ clothing, the firm excels,
especially in *5 special school suits.
Visitors to Portland are cordially in
vited to call at the Steinbach store and
make themselves at home
Plats were tiled Monday at the land
iiflice by the O. K. & N. for 20 miles
of right of way along the middle fork
of ilio Clearwuter from Kamiah, says
the Lewiston Tribune. Ibi» right of
way waa purchased some months ago
by the company at a lime when the big
railroad fight began. Koi many years
it was considered that the middle fork
of the Clearwater provided the only
approach to the pass thtough the Bitter
Roots, and when the Northern Pacific
declaied its intention of building the
Butte cut-off. it is eaicl the O. R. A N.
hastened to appropriate the right of
way along the middle fork. Another
explanation of this move on the part of
the Oiegon conip.any is that the Bur
lington line has intentions of soon ex
tending its lines west from Billings,
Mont., and that the O. R.
N. has se
cured the tight of way leading imo the
heait of the interior Clearwater coun-
tiy, and will perhaps remain oonlented
with the possession until the further
development of that region justifies the
construction of a road there. *
P. McIntosh, of Tillamook, who
manufactures more cheese than other
any man in the Northwest, speaking of
the outlook in Tillamook county for a
large production of cheese, says: "The
spring and summer this year were not
especially good, as the rains continued
so late and the weather an cold that the
grass was not given it chance to grow.
August rains have had the opposite
effect, and the fall proimses well. The
fall grass had already attained a good
Are You Going East?
growth at the time that is usually tlm
If so, you should eeo that driest of the year, and it shows in the
your ticket reads via the increased production of milk. Every
Great Rock Island route, thing points to the probability of a
and you will get the best. good fall. Prices will be good or even
Pullman palace sleeping better
than in some time past, as there
reclining chair cars "free,”
library in Eastern states, and the
buffet carson all through trains.
will come at a high
dining car service in the world.
looks as though there
lar personally conducted will excursions
be a giaid advance between now
once a week to al) points East. For and January. ”
full particulars call on or address any
Bal««*r Clip's I'rogr»»».
ticket agent,'or A. E. COOPER.
Tlie Citizens’ bank budding is pro
G. A. P. D., C. R. 1. & P. Ry., ! 246
Washington street, Portland, Or.
greasing favorably. The bank will
Kansas City boasts a lady switch cost ia the vicinity of *20,000, and the
work will be pushed rapidly. T.ve en
tire edifice is expected to be completed
bv January 1, 1900. Almost another
*20.000 is going intoa handsome build
ing which will be of brick, namely,
the N. U. Haskell structure. And still
another, only four blocks from the Citi
z ns’ bank, where the foundation for
the Houston five-story hotel and O|iera
house is laid.
A New A»be«to« Find»
A vein of asbestos has teen discov
ered in Idaho county, Idaho, which is
reported as being of the very finest
quality and has a market value of 60
cents a pound. With all the big
things in that section of country an
asbestos mine is not amiss and will
The railroad coal mines in the Pitts add to the wealth of the state.
burg district are being operated to
their fullest capacity. Operators in-
C. G. White, of California, has been
some parts of the field are complaining
of scarcity of cars and also a lack of. iu Everett, Wa-h., for the past week
men. One of the largest operators iu trying to make arrangements for the
the district said that from present in establishment of a shipyard. lie says
dications the tonnage of the northwest lie has contracts in sight valued at
shipped over the lake this season will| about *300,000 already. lie wishes to
reach 6,000,000 tons. The shipment? have a free site and a subsidy of (260,-
last season amounted to about 4,500,- 000.
Fort Steven» Railroad»
The authorities of Fort Stevens have
Like tlie Admiral.
Mrs. Stubb—John, is that yon com received permission to proceed with
the construction of a line of railroad
ing home at such an unearthly hour?
Mr. Stubb—Yes, M-Maria; the club 800 feet in length, to connect with the
line of the Astoria & Columbia River
had a little D-Dewey toast tonight.
“Well, you remind me of Dewey.” railroad. Contracts aggregating *80.-
000 have been let for work at Fort
“In w-what way, M-Maria?”
“A long time coming home.”—Chi Stevens.
cago Evening News.
Stone Powder Magazine.
A committee of iron moulders called
on Governor Mount, of Indiana, and
protested against the employment of
paroled prisoners from the reformatory
in a foundry in Louisville.
Tne Basche Hardware Company, of
Sumpter, will lot a contract to John
Biaun for the construction of a stone
powder magazine. J. W. Crowden
will erect a three-story rooming house
which, with other improvements, will
cost about *5,000.
In Baltimore considerable interest
has been aroused by the statement of
A Heavy Order.
the city register that wben the board
An Older for 400,000 cases for u
of estimates fixes the tax rate for next
year he will vote to reduce it from the '.iget sound cannery has been received
nv the Pacific Sheet Metal Works of
present figure to *1.75.
Astoria. The present indications are
Somethin* He Didn't Hava.
that the factory will run full time for
Hicks—I hear that Klinkard has
pulled up stakes and gone to the the next two months at least.
Pacific Coast Chat.
Wicks—Gone for his health, I sup-
Eight ships will be necessary to
carry the salmon catch of British Co
"No; as I hear it, he has gone on lumbia to Europe.
account ot nut having any health.’’_
Officers of Whatcom, Wash., are ar
resting saloon keepers of that place for
violating the Sunday-closing ordinance.
About *800 ia being expended in the
gymnasium and bathe of the Seattle Y.
M C. A.
A large amount of fruit is being
placed in cold storage for the Walla
Walla fruit fair.
The university of Washington, at
Seattle, opened its fall year with a
largely increased attendance.
Hobos held up two pasengers on a
freight train at Selaliin, Yakima coun
ty, Wash., the other day, while the
train ciew was at dinner. From one
they eecured a watcli. The other had
*100 concealed in his shoes, which the
An Excellent Combination. bandits did not discover.
Moran Bros., of Seattle, received a
The pleasant method and beneficial
effect* of the well known remedy, check for *75,000 from Uncle Sam,
B yhup or F igs , manufactured by the Friday, in part payment for their fit
CALiroKNiA Fio S yrup C o ., illustrate ting out of our t>anaports which carried
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa horses and supplies to Manila from the
tive principles of plants known to be Sound.
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
Governor Rogers, of Washington, has
taste and acceptable to the system. It received a letter from a lady in Clallam
Is the one perfect strengthening laxa county, informing him of the first birth
tive, cleansing the system effectually, of triplets in that county, Mr. and
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one Mrs. Arthur Seely being the patents.
to overcome habitual constipation per The children aie two girls and a boy,
manently. Its perfect freedom from and the governor is asked to name the
every objectionable quality and sub law.
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
The natural oyster beds at Hamish
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal bay, Puget sound, are being destroyed
by lack of attention and the star fish,
In the process of manufacturing figs and unless something is done for them
are used, as they are pleasant to the soon they will become woithless.
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
The steamer City of Seattle has se
remedy are obtained from senna and cured tlie contract for carrying the
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the C alifornia F io S yrup mails between the Sound and'Skagway,
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial Alreka, and will make three trips per
effects and to avoid imitations, please month.
remember the full name of the Company
The bell nt Point-no Potnt, a little I
printed on the front ci every package. limbered enndspit south of Port Town
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. send, on the Sound, which has hereto-
_______ BAIT FBAMOIBOO, CAL.
foie warned mariners in a fog, has
mew TOKK. W. T.
/or Bate by all DnifiMB.-Price flOc. per bottla been replaced by s deep-voiced fog
Na irlaqnlatlos t'hanga AlVa.-ta tlanaral
R, G. Dun & Co.’» weekly review
of trade says:
The sky is still cloudless and no dis
quieting change baa come during the
week. In spite of uioie warlike news
about South Africa, the bank of Eng
land behaves as if the worst possible
had been fully provided for, and thia
country has no reason to (ear trouble
from that «ourie unless English mar
kets have been so overloaded as to need
hslp. Ths marketing of domeatio pro
ducts, both farm and manufactured,
continues auiprisingly large (or the
season. Tho new possessions, taken
together, me returning in revenue al
ready more than it coats to olean and
guieru them. Tlie West and South
still behave us if it wuuld be imperti
nent for New York to offer money for
crop moving, mid aie still bidding for
commercial loans here- Failures are
few and stiikos scarce and readily set
tled. mid the passage of September 4
without pressure means reasonable
safety for months ahead.
After a sharp decline wheat has risen
1, cent thia week, with Atlantic ex
ports 3,900,966 bushels, flour included,
aguiust 2,825,100 bushels last year,
and Pacitlo exports, 864,256 bushels,
against 163,193 bushels last year.
Corn has also taken a stmt upward,
rising \ of a cent with exports of
3,051.569 bushels, against 2,431,085
bushels last year.
The *ool market is milch less aotive
than of late, with sales of only 9,365,-
200 pounds at tlie chief markets, most
ly territoiy, mid while prices are stiff,
manufacturers are buying only for I1U-
Failures for the week have been 183
in the United States, against 164 last
year, and 80 in Canada, against 16 last
68 © 59c;
Valley, 60®61c; Bluemem, 60® 61c
Flour—Best grades. *3.35; graham,
*2.65; superfine, *3.15 per barrel.
Oats—Choice white, 87®40c; choice
gray, 86®37c per bushel.
brawing, *18.50 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, *17 per ton; mid
dlings, *23; shorts, *18; chop, *16.00
Hay—Timothy, *8®9; clover, *7
®8; Oregon wild bay, *6 per ton.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 45® 50c;
seconds, 85® 40c; dairy, 80® 35c;
Eggs—18@18l#c per dozen.
Cheese—Oregon full cream,
Young America, 18o; new oheese,
10c per pound.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, *3.50®
4.SOper dozen; hens, *5.50; springs,
*2.25®3.50; geese, *6®6.50 for old.
*4.60® 6.50 for young; ducks, *4.50®
6.00 per dozen; turkeys, live, 12}^®
13 tyC per pound.
Potatoes—65® 70c per sack; sweets,
2®2^c per pound.
Vegetables—Beets, *1; turnips, 90o
per sack; garlic, 7o per pouud; cab
bage, llq®2c per pound; cauli
flower, 75c per dozen; parsuips, *1
beans, 5® 6c per pound; celery,
70® 75c per dozen; cucumber*, 50c per
box; peas, 3®4c per pound; tomatoes,
45®50c per box; green corn, l.;< ®15c
Hope—ll®l3c; 1897 crop, 4@60.
Wool—Valley, 12®13o per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 8® 13c; tuobair,
27@80c per pound.
Mutton—Gross, beet sheep, wethers
and ewee, 3 ‘ac; dressed mutton, 6)4®
7c; lambs, 3%®4c per lb.
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, *5.00;
light and feeders, *4.50; dressed, *6.00
®6.50 per 100 pounds.
Beef—Grose, top steers, 3.50®*4.00;
cows, *3.00® 3.50;
6®7J-4C per pound.
Vest—Large, 6^®7*^c; small, 8®
8)«c per pound.
Onions, Dew, *l.50p) 1.G5 per sack.
Potatoes, new, U0c®*l
Beets, per sack, *1 10.
Turnips, per sack, 75c.
Carrots, per sack, 90c.
Parsnips, per sack, *firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cauliflower, 76c per doz.
Cabbage, native and California
*1 ® 1.25 per 100 pounda.
Peaches, 75® 90c.
Apples, *1.25® 1.75 per box.
Pears, *1.75®2per box.
Prunes, *1 per dox.
Butter—Creamery, 26c per pound;
dairy 17®20c ranch, 131?®17c per lb.
Cheese—Native, 12® 13c.
Poultry—13® 14c; dressed, 16^c.
Hay—Pugut Sound timothy, *7®9;
choice Eastern Washington
Corn—Whole. *23.50; cracked, *23;
feed meal, *28.00.
Barley—¡tolled or ground, per ton
*21; whole, *23.
Flour—Patent, per barrel, *3.60;
blended straight», *3.25; California
*8.25; buckwheat flour, *3.50; graham,
per barrel, *3.60; whole wheat flour,
*3; rye flour, *3.76.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton,
shorts, per ton, *16.
Feed—Chopped feed, *20.50
ton; middlings, per ton, *23; oil
meal, per ton, *35.
Ol.t Ball»ra H»«I«»U-
Inone«' Dre aunurtr» <>
Ths colored people of Chnttnm'ogn, j phia there i» » sohmrl t rini
Tenn., and vicnity have Inaugututed „ vary kindly man. 11« 1
the ancient voodoo .lane« and the err liculatly f«r hrs love of a
tire negro comm unity haa gone «H' he navrir neglects an opp
on tho subject. They congregsted lactura Ids young chnrgvs
from a» Inr as Alabama and Mi»a>«- hobby.
,, , ,
sippi to participate in the »«ir.llexer-
Th« other dav he told them all about
cine and worship. The City ta full o( viviseetion and how. in the num» <•»
excited colored people, drawn there by si'ieiu'«, it rnUlled untold •utT»’nng
the news which haa gone forth. Hie upon dumb animal», Al th«* viol (,f hl»
other night aevoral hundred of the ne diaeuaalou, in older to nink«» ton» that
groes danced to the . ........................I of hi» word» had been fully understood,
tom-tomsand other like inalrumenta. lie nuked:
Tho applicants fur utemberahip tn
"Now tell me what vi VlM'Vlioil
the band take their aeata in the mid
dle of a dark room. There they wait
"Bienne, mr, •’ answered one of th»
until a vhion i» *< mh > Htnl they iiuimul-
boy», "it meati
iatolv aiiao and relate it. If the dream
1« liorrible enough and »nite the look- —Judge.
»till Hm« «’oHiil.i follies-
eis-on the negro 1» admitted into fel The S. I n t Servi«'« lia» jutl uiientlh»d
lowship and at once begins hi» dance ........... I’.ui'l .ifniiintiili Her« ami «e. urod
with the other«. Tl.e voodixr worship U uiihii IIK III tmgu» Kill», nhi.il nr« ««rv
lellTl» ' »•-. Ul' »I
ha« assumed such alarming pro|xir- , are
nl«»»" »' I", n d Im imitntr.m. ii’ t.ibly
Mr». AU» M. It»rr,. f «WN < l>»r-
tions that the attention of local offi ll.i.hit'-r » M.imai h Hiller«. » unii •>»■
Congressman Botkin, of Wlnflehl. Kansas.
Inn. Ht . I »i.-
r, I-» . »urT»r»<l for
cer» of the law hue been called to it. tunny Iniilnhus but n" e»|Ui«l» fer ili.onb r»
rll.ly troni l»m»l» •! i ««»r «I.»« •
In a recent letter to Dr. Hartman ami a «tot* will probably be put to it lik»- imligeMlmi, ily»|i«‘|**ia nini i\m»tipn
liai r >*»
-'»in» uiia.im*, »li» »n
Congtessmau Botkin says:
befoio another dunce takes place.
luinr wraru.l liai i . ii -I l*uu»»hi,lil du
"My Dear Doctor—It gives me pleas
A negro «xinviiT in nil Australian
ll. • lu’i-ania a liurdan.
ure to certify to the excellent curative
fallitili i au I dl«-» »I» II« would vom»
HOW TO TRAVEL.
jnil wi«» i'onvcye I to n \ i«nna hospital
qualities of your medicines—l’e-rtvns
and liier« experimeiileil upini wrtl
trate In a »aoou. Aller tr>lns»»'a-
and Man-a-lin. 1 have been afflicted
Information for th» rublls.
eletti icily fur four iinmths. At tb
ral |iliy«lvlau« wllhoul »um ■ •• Mi»
mote or less for a quarter of a century
■’ i East and of tiiut tirin' Im waa ao bleuclie.l
II,-rr lu>«an tailing i’r. William»’
In selecting your route to the
with catarrh of tlie stomach and con-
Pli u rin« for l ai» Tvo|
itipation. A residence in Washington
•• i : » pl.ls brought li.inrv.llal» r»
nll.SKK INTO IUI II allilXM
|l< t. i.uil u i”r taki j »l < I o»<» I was
has increased these troubles. A few
l'r. William«- TU h l’llto Air
bottles of your medicine have given me Rio Grandtr Western Railway in corr Allen'« I'oot Ea«e, n ponder for the fret
l ala l'»o|'la li.’l doua «hai all era.
almost complete relief, and 1 mu sure ection with tlie Denver A- Rio Grande It curva painful, »wollen, aninrtliig. nerv-
iloti» Inaurimi Imi fall' I to 4u.
/. ,»l lAr .'.limi»", foH^orlrr, /»I
that a continuation of them will effect mid Colorado Midland railroads. It is oil« lei t, und iii.liiiitly take« the aliiig out
<mr n»rv Inaili. I»l»l«. 1 albi «a
,if corn« and Imulomi
II’« rhe givate»!
a permanent euro. Pe-ru-na is surely
Wum.a, »»ut in pialli ».i<».u|»,
»i'alvU, vu r<-qua»i.
a wonderful remedy for catarrhal affec directly through Salt Lake < itv, mid I
mak»a light "r m-* «i””-« I« • • i»y
ill addition to the glimpse it affords of ¡In a icrlnm cure fol lugroning Salía,
J. D. BOTKIN.”
The most common form of summer the Temple city, tho Gnat Silt Luke, «nealinir. i alloua and hot. rin d, a< Irilig
We have over ;Ul.i«»i r< »rummal«
catarrh is catarrh of the stonach. the salt palace, and the pietmesquo Trv it lixbiy. Hold by nil ilruggi’t« and
This is generally known as dyspepsia.
Uv mini for
Congressman Botkin was a victim of tinct routes to the East mul the most Trial package fltEE Addle«», Allen S
this disease 25 years. 1’e-ru-na cures
these cases like magic. Address Dr. double daily train service and through
Th« »liipyard nt Port Blakeley,
Hartman, Columbus, O., for a free Pullman palace and ordinary sleeping Wash., Ims enough work on hand to
perfect dining car service me now in keep it busy for n year to come.
via these lines.
The microbes that cause chills
For pamphlets <lescri|>tive of the Py local application«, «»• the) < atmot r*»ach tho
and fever and malaria enter tho sys
"Great Salt Lake Route,” applv to J. din« » i or«i“H <•) th«* e*r I bar*« I« on y one
tem through mucous membianes
D. Mansfield, genetai agent, 258 Mash- Win tuv ure <!• a.nro, an<l that le l y r.'iiUltil-
made porou* by catarrh. Pe-ru-na
lloiiitl i< nflit-
PeatiHie ia cauevtl by an Iu-
ington street, Portland, Or.
tini; • I * ndlltt’ll of tli<’ hin» *’U* ImlDM «if th«
heals tlie mucous membranes mid
ju*ii4» Ulan lui*. Wh«n thio tul* grte In-
CIT2 l‘r ■'"•”r”*lr 4 ire i
s.» rtienr »t»rvr»GA®e®
prevents tho entrance of malarial
frtux l * tu haw a rumbling eouii'l «»r nnpor
Improved Train Kqul|>m»nt.
I I I ò Mit* r Hr«t <l«t • u*» i'f l*r. k H im » • <rr»^
I.- th ar”.*t. an«l alien It It < ntlrely cl.-artt Nerv« lti>»t irr. Meinl f-i I' Il k K •< O<» I« •
germs, thus preventing mid curing
The (>. It. >V N. and Oregon Short 4, „• |1( - - , q i |,r i vault, ami un le«-» ’ It u In flam Ina bottlea'ol li'-«»!'*’. I* ». H H KLINK. IA4 . *•
Line have added n buffet, smoking and til.it < an I f tail II out ami thia tub.’ real hv I to Art U xtruvl. ft*UIIa4«IpbUu i'a.
« .»mlitlon, Itcarlig willbril« alrota I
library cur to their Portland-Chicago Itatmrinal
tori’ wr, itim> caavt out <>l !• n aro cauer l by
<4 VBiuxHiver have
Three hens belonging to Dr. Shaw, thtough train, and a dining cur service catarrh,
v bl» h It tmthltiK but an lntlaiuv<l
itrui k ntftiinal th« nmpluyluoul ut < iti-
of Russellville, Ky.. aie high flyers. has been innugiiarated. Tlie train is comlliit’nof tho mucoua ourfavt a
givo (Ine Hiimirrtt bollare for any II l’AO HB UirlBOII tUG'llTB.
They recently ascended 200 feet in the equipped with the latest chair cars, Ce». We I a f til
I'» alm a« I a’ et’-l by catarrh) that rati
air in pursuit of a hawk. When the day coaches and luxurious first-class iti.t I «• cur. .1 by Halle Catarrh furo, bond lor
noon whistles blow they quit scratch- and ordinary sleepers. Direct connec cirvuiara, tree.r I. CIIKNKV A CO.. Tolodo, O
tog gravel and hasten homo to dinner. tion made at Granger with Union Pa Hohl by tirua,i»la. 75e
llali'« Family fill« are toe boat.
I believe my prompt use of 1’iso’s Cure cific, and at Ogden with Rio Grande
It is said that every ton of coal
prevented quick consumption. -Mrs. Lucy line, from al) points in Oiegon, Wash
Wallace, Marquette, Kuns.. Dec. 12, '05.
ington and Idaho to all Eastern cities. mined in England pays 13 cents as roy
There has been considerable increase Fur information, rates, etc., call ou alty to support the Church of Eng
in the wages of iron moulders all over any O. R. & N. agent, or address W. land, whether the owner of the mine
the United States. In general, the II. Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent, or the workers in it ever enter a parish
church or nyt.
increase has reached 10 per cent.
SUFFERED 25 YEARS
About 10,000,000 feet of birch wood
Vegetarians have clearer comp’ex-
ions than people who eat animal food. will be sent this year from .Maine to
England and Scotland for b ; mxi I s .
Cleveland meat cutters and packers
Belgium exports 2,200,600 dressed
demanded un advance of 25 cents per
day. The advance conceded them, ac rabbits yearly to England.
cording to the company, amounts to weigh from six to eight pounds apiece
and the rabbit crop sells for *1,170,000
about 17 cents a day.
on the average.
Jerome K. Jerome takes his vaca
English barb-wire manufacturers
tions on a farm, where be becomes one
of the day laborers. He has studied having reduced prices, while American
agriculture both from a theoretical and goods have advanced, hope to be ntile
practical point of view and expects to to compete in .South Africa with wliat
establish a model farm of his own next has heretofore been almost uu Ameri
The prive <>f medicine in Pruasia is
regolateti liv thè state, a uew prive Irsi
belng pul’lisliv I every yu.rr.
Siate peni il» are mula In Tenne»» »
fumi «laln du»l and otber irigredi»nls
v un premi ed bv hy.linulic turati*. < lue
concerti ma le 25,000.000 in a yoar.
Back up a sewer, and you poison the whole neighborhood. Clog up liver and bowels, and your stomach is
full of undigested food, which sours and ferments, like garbage in a swill-barrel. That’s the first step to untold
misery —indigestion, foul gases, headache, furred tongue, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that
is horrible and nauseating. CASCARETS quietly, positively stop fermentation in the stumach, make the liver
lively, tone up the bowels, set the whole machinery going and keep it in order.
Don’t hesitate! Take Cascarets to-day and be saved from suffering I
w” lnd,lr,d *° ,rT taisca -
KKTN, I will never l-t without th,-in tn the
house My liver wa« In a very but ahape.
and my h. »d ached and I hail »lom.v h trou
ble Now. since la k I ns Caaearrt«. I (rri flno.
My wit» hu also lunl them with lane Helal
results for sour »tomarh '
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CASCARETS are absolutely trarmle««, s purely vetetable compound. Wo mercurial or other mia.r.i .m
enre every disorder of the Stomach, Liver and Intestines. They not only cure conitlpatfon but correct
*'!n B ^itcarefi
Cascarets promptly, effectively and permanently
Pleasant, palatable, potent. Ta ate good, do good. Ifever sicken weaken or gripe
Bo sure vou ret »Z " 7’7
l,re<ular,tF of,h* howete, including diairh<»a and dysentery
to-day, and if not pleased in every respect, get your money back I Write us for booklet and free nL. i
«nd substitutes ! Buy a boa of CASCARkTl
>etaaStrHMOpi(l Add,.,, STERLING UXMEDT COMPABT, CHICAGO or NEW TURK
ROBUST AND STRONG.
Ban Franctaco Market.
Such r perlon l«t the ConNtant envv of the
uenk, nvrvou* p. raon of th. p. ..on with thin
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 12@14c per
pound; Oregon, Eastern, I0@14o; Val
ley, 176* 19c; Northern, 8<310c.
Onions—Yellow, 75@85o per ssck. MACHINERY, all kinds Moore’s
Make« Impure blood pure ft ereat..« a u„n<\
Butter—Fancy creamery, 260 26c;
appetite an<l «»ihts dlKcation. Il.uo in r bottle
...TATUM A. BOWEN...
at your druggihtn.
do seconds, 22^@24^cj fanoy dairy, 29 to 38 First Strest
32 <9 28c do seconds, 18® 21c per
nn. m artkt / r book ,
Eggs—Store, 20®24c; fancy ranch,
ror Gonorrhrrn und Gleet ir<t I’nbart'a < ihn«
I« in. ONLY
In plain, mH
Writ nirdlrm. »1,1.7, will ™rV
Hops—1899 crop. 10@13c per pound.
N'iCÀSE known |t
hit.* . '"•’"■rf
today for thin Book, co rite Ini ng Partfrq» cur.
matter h«>w Herlomi or of how
Ù * <’'*r»•, no
Urn and TeavimonUla of Dlt. MARTEL’S from
IU uae will aetonhh you. * lt*fi«UVi)loHu iV'a,,r'4
Citrus Fruit—Oranges. Valencia,
ran In l.r
wn . Mm V"-
“ » PkJCr
*2.76®3.25; Mexican limes, *4®6.00;
■alrl,r»ll mllabla dnmlata ,,r
Pralgod by thtraaandi of RAtlaflM ladle- a® Plainly
P“'1 h’ ’’f'—'
California lemons, 76c®*1.5ol do
Mfe, al wave reliable and without an equal
RoldbyairdruuviHfgin metal boi, Fr. i.t,b Circular ma: X. on
choioe, *1.75® 2.00 per box,
white and Red, Take no other.
Hay-Wheat, »6^ ®9
wheat and Fread) Drug Co.,3«l A aw Pearl Bl., Mew York Ci
oat, *6^®8',^; beet barley, *55.0®
S >■ CLAIMANTS FOR BFIUOI
7; alfalfa, 6.QO®7 per ton; straw, 30® II Write to NATHAN
EL IT. IM C.. St
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lr BICKFoRii. Washington.
tlii-r « III
85c per bale.
II ceive quick replies. 11 .'.th N. It. Vol«.
Rose, 50@60c; Hiaff 20ih Corps. I'roseciitiriK claims since ISIS.
Is M’ipntiiiraliv cotiijNiunded of
! ___ _ the bent materials.
Oregon Burkanks, *1.25®*1.50; river
Burbanks, 50®70c; Halinas Burbanks,
*1.00®J.25 per sack.
J lieairij «rin»
Tropical fruits—Banana*, *1.50®
Beet Cough syrup. Taeten Good. < jbt
3.60 per bunch; pineapple*, *2®
Fmi'-» ami Wir» W ori«».
R elief for Women
French Female Pills.
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no» to it,let
I ■»■ lli, u f„r unnatural
IrrH.tlnn, or u|. ,lall„n
Nold ■>» Dr««v|»ta,
or *»nl In plain wrapper.
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f 1 '«■ °r > botlU., D.7«.
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Hervlcp and Hcanery Unequalled.
l or Tirki ta and all liifnrinailnri applf ’•
your ueareil agi nt, or aildri'«»
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