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As endorsed and recommended by i. ' , the New-York. Health Authorities. 0 Royal Unfermentcd Bread is peptic, palatable, most healthful, and may be eaten warm "and fresh without discomfort even by those of delicate digestion, which is not true of bread made in any other way. To make One Loaf of Royal Unfermented Bread: I quart flour. I teaspoonful salt, half a teaspoonful sugar, a heaping tcaspoonfuU Royal Baking Powder, cold boiled potato about the size of large hen's egg, and water. Sift together thoroughly flour, salt, sttgnr, "l biking powder; rub hi fh potato; add sufficient water to mix smoothly and rapidly into a Miff batter, about as loft as for pound-cake; about a pint of water to quart of flour will be rwjuirrd more or less, according to the brand and quality of the flour used Do not make a stiff dough, like yeast bread. Pour the batter into a greased pan, 4 f by I inches, and 4 inches deep, filling about half full, The loaf will ri to fill the pan hen baked. Bake in very hot oven 45 minutes, placing paper over first 5 minuses' baking, to prevent crusting too soon on top. Bake immediately after railing. lM not mix with milk. . Perfect snaett e-ii tt imlr sr.-.'. Ike Rirct BjH Prsxier. ierota it it Ut ' ealy ,v,vj',-r tm wkkk tie .rc.Va.'J are prepwed ti at O fivt tai tvmtmmmt actiex necasvy A roue tie lirgsr trejj Im. ,''.:. The best baking powder made is, as shown by analy- sis, the "Royal." Its leavening strength has been found superior to other baking powders, and, as far as I know, it is the only powder which will raise large bread perfectly Cyrus EJson, Jf. D. Com'r of Health, New-York City. 0 t Breadmakcrs using this receipt who will write the result of their experience will receive, free, the most practical cook book published, containing cooking. Address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 0 APOSTROPHE OF TIME. 9 spirit stern of time, in thy unceasing flight, Bow fall the works and monuments 0 eartlilT might! . Heath tiif rede hand all pleasures Dee away And happy yesterday turn dull today! Tbe sweetest Joy becomes the saddest sorrow In contemplation of the stern tomorrow. Ob, star awhile and help me banish worry. In other words, don't be in such a hurry. An instant linger tarry, please! Von wontf Well. then, go chaae yourself! Begonal Arsuat! Albert E. Bust In Philadelphia Ledge. THE $7,600 Baa Not Beea raid to Mr. Fellows of atafTalw-lt Cost Hiss SO to S.sd His Ticket ta Kansas t ltj-Lawrsr Stnae of -a. fsol III Try suad Get lbs Mom, for Him Sehrooder the Maut Who bald the Ticket Fallows, is Iodic sat. Sot a cent," said Joseph B. Fellows of Pros pect svenns, when aked by a Tin's representa tive whemr he had received the fTjW w n by him but Slav from s lottery concern run by t. Fox Co. of Kitiw City, oiled the Little Loa insns lottery, but which hss doc nnertion ith Ilia i . mi 1.1 .n . K.au, i jii 1 v r r nrtmpr. " W tion thv saw 1 wa persastent and aiter the publication r 01 me I article Kiviufi- me particulars ot my holding a winning ticket and toeir failure to pay, tney telegrapoed me tbst they were en Jmned from pi tug ty in court. Since then 1 nave beard uotuing from them." MOf eourae yottv&pectto'ttaidthe TVstesman. "well, 1 0,10't know," replied Mr. Fellow. "Ihereisa ler at St. ru. i o wrate me that h represented a man woo had won a ILk out) prtse aud ustnva uuqu iiu.ua uuder which he wooia uuae. test: w get ui s ,ouu at me am ton time. I toiii itioi to itu ahesu. out I rSera 10 t aw,,.) now ui u fo.e. itcostmstjo urnd my ucket 10 Knra City, ana I Uiiim tuey mtgut at .eut re:uru thm umuunt to me, as 1 fiou to p..y ti t j toe txprat eompany." "ut uue, hro d r, ute nun from whom '?'JZXfJ'" Dj she ii tickets for tnemstitir t$,IJttT'ZZ ku iucA tor uuem at ttre.' , BctixiM u m iMtrucr on Nigtra sireet, and kutsw iwiiiin 01 lue ehmnteuet oi tue con era -stuca utj ru,etnia. Hbea be lr urnea n tlirouiea low l'tm&t aui ibis CAUrrieix-e in the i ui itiui n A iO uu d men bixin& WHb tiir ia vt ieir r irresnuuves. Wti lifc. ii(-ht iO u 1 ere Uia. uc moo la !. cie wai iuk csiiiowleaf(eii vu hl. Tbere ai iiio etujMt;Tt;r,ftOareul taeupoiioa that, av tnu U it.e am comnv tiuit ewioditrd Lb lallA Jtiiiriat FiaLst.dMii n1 iik4 amotiiif . Mr. . i. iuw - tMLtniB very mil cuunets ui rer jeimigj penny itvm it. JOB Juiit Waiai ntsOccM LawTcr Bbone will hare for aU ctUnt Air. fe.lOMa, f eouree, cannot tellt but he bwpea for me beat. ieule who har bea inTcBtiug Lbeir moTiy In euneero are oi ii dpi moo that, if toia company i Uie fraud liaeexasw br. ibejr -isould t-o ezpooed in ail mcuooi ui the country. Their game, like that ui nut; jgreeu-gooa man ana ine uuuco man, is one of traua la the nrst anonnt of the frasd nrartieed on Mr. ieilowa it wa i&owb tht in Sc Faul ana ether cities the aame gamo had been played on the uiulu pec ting, bume pe jj.le think there may ue a xm promise tnrougo Lawyer atone, but thoae whu have read aiid heard more of this ctiiieru than tney, say that he (Fel.ows) out the 1 he paid hcoroeder fur tbe ticket, out of the -0 Le paid to aeud it to Kansas City and out 7,aj0, wtaicu his ticket eailed for as a half-, winner of a capital pr .se. There axe lotteries which are said to pay. and pay promptly, but it is plain to be teen bat this the U tie Louiiiana--o called run by . Fox A Co., Kanas City, is not ono of them. vuic (A-. 1') Timet, Sept. u. ... .M,,,,., , , ,, To preserve likiltU id a n Jural and re ligsous Unty, for health U the baais of aU social virtues. We can bo longer be use ful when not welL Johnson. A Maine farmer is making a good in come by breeding swans, the markt rates for which range from $40 to $75 a pair. Friendly Regard is never en,, tertained by the children for a medi cine thai tastes bad This explains the popular ity among little , ones of Scott's Emulsion, a preparation of . cod-liver oil almost as palatable as milk. Many mothers have grateful knowledge of its Benefits to weak, sickly children. ftBrt hTiU S twin W. AH1mrri.n HAVE XQU GOT rins ITCH I WO PTI,ES known by facrtstate 11 k perspiration. Osvu ixUenatt itcbina Vrbea warm, TSiU form and BLIND. BiJaXlINil or raUTAUSUia fUJbJ TIELD AT OdC'E TO Df?. BO-SAN-H0 5 PILE REMEDY, W)l'-b acta dinetlron parta afTeted. abocrrba) tumora, ailara ltchlnj,en'otrnj a pTman"iteor. l'ri- OOc. Inucsria,; oroatU. lit. Jpoaa n o. Flu tatUlplna, ja P1 Flso's Kemevly fur Catarrh Is thfl I jmwc, Kastfflt to and CbnapesC Ii2 USokt br Inwirlu or mat br aisll. War X. T. tlawiiluo. Warraa. ra. 4 1000 receipts for all kinds of i t 10 WAU. ST., NEW-VWK. X Blood I eaju-1 of the Cyst. Purkinje discovererl a rery sirupls and highly eotert.tinini; experiment by mes of which tbe retina, with all its reins a blood Teasels standing out in relief again It, can be thrown into the air before one's eyes. It la called tbe lnwm figure, to its likeness to a many branched tree, and is produced in the following manner: In a dark room at ntgtit more a candle back ward and forward lefore the eyes. After a few seconds the air will assume a reddish appearance, and running over it in all di rections may be Keen the rein and blood seasels in bold relief, while toward tbe cen ter of tbe figure there rites up a dark trunk, from which the reins branch out on all sides. . The trunk Is riahle where tbe optic nerve enters the rye. and this experiment is chiefly interesting to the-Htutlrot as pror log that the parts of the retina which actually receive and produce tbe sensatioa of liffbt mast lie behind the blood vessels, since these cast their shadow on to it and can be seen as clearly as any other object externally. New York Telegram. An Insurance Cariosity. Did yon ever stop to consider." asked Lemuel Hunter, "wby it is that when a matt is burned oat he always overesti- ..mates his loss a boat 200 per cent? This is more particularly the case with ores in frame bauding towns, where the loss to the bailding is generally assessed at between three and four times what it mtii tn pm-t it I rain! t'ua nrnwlinn . . ... , not long since with a man who was burned out. He said the loss to his bnild- ,,-. nnn k u , tog was 3.0OO. but he proposed to re- bnild at an expentlitars of f 1.200 and hare a better bailding. WTien I qaes- tioned the logic of bis calcalation.be promptly corrected me by pointing oat that tbe real estate on which tbe build- ;nf? gtl waatrorth fnllr fc titift and l "S aunxi was woito lUkij -.uJU. via ai though he didn't pretend to argu that u uj l... i,. . i to tliink himself r-rf-tly iiuti&ed in id- clniling tbe value uf tbeS5fnt froDtatfein hifietiiiiiateof loss. No one wasinjared by tbealcniation. and the good man was perfectly jastilied in making it if be do sired, bat if bu ulea w a general one it is Dot surprising that losses generally are greatly overestimated." St Lonis U lobe Democrat Whin ths World Palb to PI The leading English scientists. Jonea. Hilton, et at. are figuring on the proba bilities of tbe earth finally collapsing as resnlt of tbe modern craze for tapping nature's great gas retorts. They argne that the earth is a bnge balloon held np, in part at least, by beat and internal gases, and that when nature's great gas main is eventnally exhausted the earth's crust may break in and fall into mil lions of fragments! fjgbt Ths very thought of sncb a calamity is startling. They argne that the steady belching forth of millions of feet of gas every boor of the day and night is surely caus ing a great vacuum somewhere not far beneath the surface, and that sooner or later the thin archway of earth crust will give way. Then will occur the grand climax of all earthly calamities. St Louis Republic. tvwnld Abolish ths Tea Command meats. Once, when being heckled daring an election, a man suddenly shouted from the gallery, "What is Mr. Merry's opin ion of the decaloguer The candidate, turning to his agent, whom be always kept handy at each times, asked, "What on earth does the fellow mean by the decalogue?' The agent explained that the man probably meant something bout Sunday trains and Sunday travel ing, upon which the candidate replied to his questioner as follows: "I beg to in form fcy friend in the gallery that sq far as I am concerned 1 would abolish the decalogueal together. "Leeds (England) Mercury. Jk Room lo Backlaffhana Pal sea. One's respect for the accommodations at Buckingham palace is considerably enhanced to read that over 300 women waiting to be presented to the queen were gathered in the apartment adjoin img the throneroom op the last drawing room. When it is recalled that each of these women was accompanied by her courtTtrain. or rather that each accom panied her court train, it is seen how aoble must be the dimensions of a room to accommodate 200 women and 200 court trains. Exchange. The denuding of the mountains of Prance of their covering of trees has caused destructive torrents to sweep over the neighboring plains, laying waste rich agricultural lands and producing im mense losses. On retiring let the air into the room ty pulling down the window a short dis tance from the top and raising itafaally from the bottom. This permits that free circulation most bene&oial to health. THE RED TENEMENT. I think the person In whom was centered my Kreatwt Interest for a number of months, although I knew nothing of him txuept his name, was Simon ebber. I b came Inurwted the flntt time I saw lilm and mj Interest never waned for the next Hfty two weeks. There was a rustic aet on the corner of the street just oppoxit to where 1 lired,.and on this he was seated the flrxt time I saw him. By hta sidt was a dark haired, brown eyed child the only person whom he looked at the second time ami the oulr thins that seemed to have any attraction for bim, except somethlngjn the direction of my house. He sat there fur about three hours, then, taking the child's hand In his, walked away and 1 did not see him strain for two weeks. It was on Sunday morning, aa It was be fore, and near tbe sit rue hour when he seat ed himself in the same place, and divided his attention between the child and what I thought to be my house. He staid there for about two hours, then went away as he did before. After be bad turned tbe cor ner t stepped out bo the banquette and sur j veyed mr premises to are if I could discover I wherein bty the attraction tor the man, but ! I failed, so went indoors no wiser, than i when I came out I pondered over It for some time, and just aa I concluded to give it no more thought 1 saw Simon again in his usual place and as mucn occnpKq as ever In bouse Kaximr. And there he came with the child always on Bonaay twice a montn for tbe next ten month He bad a good looking, though a very serious face, and the child was quite pretty. Many a woman smiled at the little one and threw a second k lance at him. My housemaid, a girl of sixteen, became very abeentminded, and my powder box and pinching irons were far more frequent ly in her room than In mine. This made me think of something else, and after no ticing her more closely I aaw her sitting at me winnow, consuieramy bedecked and adorned, coquetting with or at Simon Webber. I thought at once that she was the mag net which had such a drawing effect upon the man, but in this t was mistaken, as I afterward found out, for not once did he nod bis bead to her, and long after she left he continued to come at regular intervals. And I continually wondered what his busi ness was if my boose was haunted and he on the lookout for the ghost This was not a very soothing though, so I determined to put the question to him and rest easily or uneasily, according to his answer. When I did he looked at me calmly for a moment then replied: "Your house haunt ed f Not that I know of," and without say rag anotner worn ne turned tbe comer, leading the child, and I went back wonder ing if he was altogether right in his mind. and this I continued to think over until one day several months utter. There had been a severe storm the nutht before, partknlarly damaging to the elec tric wires. Many of the poles were split from end to end. others bent and most of them lying flat on the groan A Wires were kinked, twisted in knots and scat tered all over the streets. Betiraea the next morning men were busily engaged in setting new poles and putting the fixtures into proper condition. Aa I glanced down tbe long line of men working like so many bees mj eyes fell on the familiar fate of Simon Webber, whom I bad not seen for several weeks, and his little companion. l ne little one sat on tbe rawer step of a cottage, swinging her feet and seemingly perfectly contenteu witn nerseir and tbe world in general. It was' too cold, I thought for a child of such tender years to be so long without Are, so permission to bring her indoors was in-anted me reiuctantlT bv Simon. When tbe work had reached completion. he stood at my door waiting for tbe child. but at my earnest solicitation became in and partook with great zest a cup of steam ing coffee. As he returned to me tbe cup, he said gravely; " Vou sometimeagoasked me a question which I answered rather un civilly. I was very nnbappy that morn- tng.Knowing this. I hope you will pardon After I replied be drooped bis eTes to the floor, and allowing them to follow tbe out lines of a figure in the carpet be in his slow, measured tone went on. I think you must have seen me many times on this street looking intentlvat something which you no doubt for a time Imagined to lie this bonne, but it was not I Tbe red tenement sits one block back of there. To avoid tbe publicity that would have been tbeconseqnenoeof going on the street on which ft was bnilt I came here, where a pretty fair view of it is to be had by looking between 47T and 477. a little west ward, which gnvje you tbe impression that I was watching your bouse. Three years ago I was a lineman and had been since I was quite s youth. One evening justabout ; dusk, I went np to a pole that hadn't been In order for qmte awhile. While I was ex amining some of the wires a voice asked me, almost in a whisper, to come down minute. Of course my first impulse before moving an inch was to look for the person, and I saw a 'young woman standing at tbe base of tbe pole. "in one moment I wan beside her. took Ing Into her pretty face and wondering who she was and what her business could be with a lineman. She looked around a little nervously, then said: 'Won't you please lend me your spars for one mo mentf I stayed out a little late so I dare not climb the stairs, and there's bnt one other way to reach my room by climbing the pole. 1 must bnrry or he'U see me. Please don t refuse. I was so astonished at the request that ' I took uo time to ask myself whether sbe was risking-ber life or not. bnt went back up the pole as fast as I could, marking ! with chalk where she should put her hands, and quicker than it takes to tell it, I strapped my spurs around ber feet and watched ber ascend that pole almost aa well as I could j When she reached the ton she gave a ' spring, and clinging to the window for one moment to regain her breath she made a swinging motion and landed safely in her room, sue disappeared for a few seconds. then tossed Into my hands my spurs wrapped in a thick towel, together witb a slip of paper on which waa written: 'Don't think strangely of me. I will explain first opportunity. I thank yon thousand times.' That pole was on the right hand corner of tbe red tenement looking north. I hail been there many times, but bad never seen her before, but that may have been attrib uted to the fact of my never looking to tbe right or left or ever having paid any at tention to anybody's windows, or even any one on tbe street I walked a few blocks up and returned Just in time to see a rough looking fellow dart In a back alley just as an old man climbed tbe steps and entered the room in which tbe young woman had gone. I turned my steps toward my lodging nllRrters. hilt I srss thinking all li HrrtarJ that sirlish fsML the otht old m.n rwl ths rough looking chap, and wondering wbo . . . . " ' .1 tbey were. I never went near tbe red ten , , ! sizes smauer man mine. ment after that without glancing up at her "You are mistaken," said the pawn window, an act I had never been inilltv o i w wn,. i. .nu t, i. k. i before, and was usually awarded with smile. I saw her, I think, a half dozen i times in ss many weeks, but only from tbe street, while sbeseemed always busy in her . ... . """v I room wuu ner nousenoia dutisH. One morning while 1 was on duty shetracted my attention by rapping sharply on the . window pane with her thimble. As 1 looked UDsbesaid lust loud .nnnL.h c for me to hear, 'If you've time, come " through the back alley, up the stepsat left! Jl?.n.C!'lt11 ,cl wis morning.' At the appointed hour I waa sitting In an entry leading to the stairway, and she was with me. As yon may know.' sbe be- gmi, tberw a a arena ml mixture of in this house, with whom I hare noturug to do, and they In turn hate me for It Onr under thla roof Is aa nnpleasant looking man, whom my father wishes me to marry on account of his business prospects, and I suppose, his attachment fur me. He has annoyed me so with his attentions that I almost hate him, and he knows It He Is jealous and has a rery mean disposition. I dare. not go out at any time without his Knowing it and speaking of the fact in aucn a way tnat my father, who is dread fully strict hears him and gives me a lec ture. If he sees me walking home with a young man, or sees me get a letter or hand one to the postman, he tells it; then, of course, father wants to know all about it " The rest of these delightful people are forever spying too. Tbe consequence la I am forever in hot water. Xow on lhlgh street there's a man whom 1 like very much. Robert Baring is his uame. He knows you quite well by sight i will thank you exceedingly If yon will give him this note and stop there when you're on your way here, so if he has any message for me he will give it to you. You see, father doesn't allow him to visit me, so we don't see each other very often onlv when I can slip out for an hour or so, when he joins me and we take a walk. If you II he our letter carrier we'll get along much better. Then by being a little careful (Seorge Birch will be so nicely outwitted When he has no more tales to tell I won der what he will do. Well, I suppose you are willing to be our mutual friend, aren t your "She was standing there and had laid her hand in mine. I promised to serve her, then left her by the way I'd come. In the months that followed I saw her many times and carried to and fro many mes sages between the sweethearts. I had been their mail carrier for six mouths and had given her a start up tbe pole almost as many times, when her father died. Of course her lover went to see her then as often as he liked, so there was no more need of me. One morning about .two months after her father's death she ran down stairs and overtook me as I turned the corner. She told me she was to be mar tied that night at tbe minister's residence and that she and Robert wanted me to be one of the witnesses. "I consented, though wondered If she didn't know what a hard request she'd made of me. I stood up there bravely, though It took all my power to do so, and saw Katie Allen give herself to Robert Bar ing, and I wondered if be did then or ever would love her asdevotedly as I did. Short ly afterward I doubted it very much. He was not overly kind to her, staid out at clubs late ami waa not a considerate for her feelings aa he should have been. I saw her just often enongb to know she waa very unhappy, though only a bride of ten months. "George Birch became very sullen. He never spoke to Baring except to tantalize. and when he'd been married one year Birch so grossly Insulted him that there waa an altercation in which both were wounded Baring died within twenty-four hours, but Birch lived to suffer awhile. "He had a lingering spell, then improved. only to get worse later. Katie had been a widow for a year, when abe sent for me to tell me that George was dying and wanted to see her. She waa very nervous and mis erable: she dreaded going, yet had no wish to refuse. I advised her to go and went also, at least aa far as the step. I wouldu't go in tbe room. S ben she came out there were tears In her eyes and sbe looked pale and frightened She told me in a low voice, almost in a whisper, that he was dead. I walked witb her to ber door, then left her alone with ber unhappy thoughts. Her husband left her but little wealth, so sbe went back to the northwest room of the red tenement the one In which I'd first seen her, which sbe rented quite cheaply and managed very well, with her baby girl for company ami a small hired girl for help. "I visited her only occasionally until she left off her garb of mourning, then I went there more frequently. In time she prom ised to be my wife, but three years went by without her setting our wedding day. She told me that George Birch had said that if she married me or any one else he'd give ber no peace, but haunt her day and oigbt Sbe did not want to believe that be could but weeks before tbe day set for our mar riage she was in a terribly nervous state. ;hr,or . gzr"r ,u "The evening before we were to be mar ried I was sitting In.the room holding ber child on my knee and thinking of the bright morrow when tbe back door opened sud denly and she screamed: 'Look at George , Birch! It is not his ghost, but him, him self. See how be looks at met MyGodll j can't stand itt I can't marry you, Simon I I can't I can't Save my cbild, don't let j i . t. . , . ! ucr m ,wu iaw cue uiuaucu, wrung uer hands and looked mad I "I went two blocks for a physician, but 1 when I returned Katie was gone. I looked for her, and others, too, but we never found her or beard any tidings bearing on tbe subject Tbe general opinion was that in her fright and excitement sbe bad destroy ed herself. But bow, without there being some evidence afterward, I am puzzled to' j know. 1 "I sold my new home, or tbe place that was to have been our home, and taking ber child I took np my abode tn my same old lodging house and there I've lived ever since for this child, who will be a second Katie Allen in beauty. God grant her a , happier life. j . "I gave npmy position as a lineman. I ! could not climb a pole without thinking of I her. Since then I've been knocking around, doing anything that came to my hand, until today, when I waa called into service through necessity. "The red tenement is sold and is to be taken down. Hearing this I've been com ing here now and then, each time think ing 'twas tbe last to look at the bouse where I first met and loved my beauti ful" Simon passed, .looked fondly at little Katie, then gathered her in his arms. tucked ber feet within the front of bis coat, bowed silently, crossed the street and' walked slowly, with eyes full to the brim and quivering lips, to tbe room in which be lived with every crevice of his heart open to admit the light from baby eyes and the music of childish prattle, hoping tt wonld In ti me overcome the som ber dreams of blasted hope. Virginia Payne Hen ricbs in Philadelphia Times. Neighborly Maine Folks, They are neighborly In Back port A capitalist having given an Industrious citi zen an old house if he would move it from the lot, tbe folks turned out with 11 pairs of horses, 7 yokes of oxen and 300 boys snd had a moving picnic, pulling tbe structure in the old fashioned way on shoes, by sheer strength. The poor bat honest citizen got a home for nothing, while the town had a taste of excitement at slight expense. Lewiston Journal. Tbose tisane! Raits. au-m i l fa a I : a il tt ti " n mJ aaiuriarsma th pawnbroker. "Ibis is a half dozen m soak so loog that It has shrunk, "-Truth, . ... . , Tw Z i. t MOiir fsvchAi aava that IwrT man ahntlM r 1 . liT I 7, ,Y ,.r.T . , Z 7 10 Ret W " top' lltU Mick i2t . . . . . . . "Thrue tor the taycher," responded Mick- ""ner, uuiess jo oappou va urn svsrv- to dig a welL"-Wsshlpgton tftar. What Paaslsd Hlas. Sydney (on his first introduction to a centipede, and In wonder at Itsnamerons legs)-And what does be say after right leg -and left leg, motberf-Londou TruU. Uoiiot Praia. An honest compliment was that paid to M do VeDdome, who. while commanding the French army In Italy, dispatched a young nobleman to announce to bis master the victory which be hail gained at Sua turn. The latter, while attempting to do scribe the bnttlo, became sevurnl times much eenfused" iu bis narrative, when, al though the king preserved bis gravity, the Duchess of Burgundy, who was present laughed so heartily that at last the young gentlemen said. "Sire, it is easier for M. tie Vendome to tfiu a battle than for me to de scribe It" lioudon Standard. A Oratrful Tribute. Wing-Poor Kullltes Is dead, but In his time he was a lending actor In many mov ing ace iws. Flies Yea, he was the best scene shifter I ever met-New York Kpoch. TNK rotlNTAIft HUDlir BTRKNtiTH When we remlleel that the tlomach to lh r.iil laboratory tn whli h food la tratuformtKl into the n-rfetionawhlrh Inmlalr vlpir lo the vaicra alter entering ! riirirhina the blond; that It In in hon the f.niotstn head of treuiiih, It la rmenttal to keep thla luiHtaiU upplyUis marhln in order and lo rwitors It to arilvlij when II Iwomea Insrllre. This Hosteller's siomaen Hti.-r liv mm I eileetHsllv. eaaon. ak;y, regulating- and reinforcing dig. Hon. pro mo Ing due action of the liver ami bowola. ftrvngih and quip Hide of ih nerves depend iu J real measure upon thorough digtiom There uo nervlna lonle more highly eMeumed br the meitleal tralernltv than the Bitters. I'liysi rlaiia aim atronglv rvntniend It lor chllla and fever. rhumailm. kirim-v and bladder trouide. irk headarhe and want of appetite and alee. lags a wim-giatiut tare uuira a asy. Oeorge, faiher has failed." "Thai's )ut like hl.Ml 1 ioM roll !1 ftltmir. durlliitt. that ha ttu going to do all he could to keep us front marry ing.'' INsl'llta COtKlOK. For more than thirty years Ai.lcock's Posors PtASTxas have been doing their be neficent work, relieving pain, inspiring men, women and children with new hope and new eonrsge. I'ain is a irreat discourager. When all the fhusoles are sqe, it is hard to keep up hope. AiLCot'K'e Poaots HtasTsas and paic have no slllnuy for tach other, one or tiie other must yield, and pain is the one to be defeated. Placed high ud between the shoulder- bladea and on the chest, thee are a sure oure for coughs; on the pit of lha siomaoh they relieve indigestion: over the lunacies they relieve strains and stiflneas. Wher ever there is soreness, they soothe and cure. KgAsnxiTH'i Pills do not Injure tbe system. Some men would not mind being shot sect- deutallv 11 they could be Insured that the reck- leaa gunner loos inera lor lutua instead u! narea. DBTAfWrsS CANNOT tl CCKEO dUeaed portion of ti.s ear. There la onlv one way to cure deafnea, and that la by constitu tional remedies. Iealneaa la caused by an In flamed condition of Ihe mueoua itulng of the euBtarhtan lube. When thla lube Is tnrlaraed lou have a rumbling aouiid or Imperfect hear, ing. and when it la entirely rloaed deafaeas la the riili, and nnls the Inaamuaatlon can tie taken out and th a lube reaiored to ita normal condition, hearing will be destroyed fo:sver; ulne caara out of ten are caused byralarrh. which ! nothing but an inflamed couillion ol the mucout surfaces. We will give one Hundred Dollars for any case of deaf nesa (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by lltiri latarrn t lire, nena lor cir cular. I . K. J.CHKNKY 4 CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by drOKtltu; T5 cents. Cae Bnsmcllne stove Polish; no dual, no smell. Tst Ghuia for breakfast The Testimonials We publish are not pnrchased. nor written op in our oinoe, nor are tney imm our employes. They are facts, proving that xiouv s oarsupanua vuass. Throe) E nam lea "for over twenty years I have goffered with neuralgia, rheuma tism and dyspepsia. Many times I could not turn la bed. Several physicians have treated me and I have tried dif Mrs. Barb ferent remedies, bat all failed. Five yean ago 1 began to take Hood u h do . .n, Hood'sCurcs of good. I am T2 years old aud enjoy good health, which 1 attribute to Bond's Barsapa- rlila." HSS.K.M. Bcst.W. Kendall, K. T, Hood's Plllscureall Uver Ills, Biliousness, Jaundice, ludlgeaOon, sirk Ueadsebe. zie. tl.OOper Oue oont a dose. Trtj Orsat promptly curat where all others fail. Coughs, Croup. Sere Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough aad Asthma, for Connrnptin it bn no rival: has cured tbouaanda, and will ctina Too u taken in time. rWtd oy Iraggiata on a guar, an tee. For a Lame Back or CiH-at, uae BHJLOH'a BELLADONNA PLASTKKJbe, SHI L0 H'SCATAR R H Have you caturrh "t This remedylsgusran teed to cure you. I1ioe,iiicta injectorfres. trade! EES ERADICATES BLOOD POI SON AND BLOOD TAINT . CsVBRAt hnttles of Swift's Specific (S.S. f ) J entirely cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of the very.worsl type. Wm. S. Looms, ti are report, La. I CURES SCROFULA CVgN I IN ITS WORST FORMS. T no scrofula In 1WM, and c'r-inwd - system entirely from It bv taking sevn bottles of S. S.S. I have not nad eny syrnp - tons since. C. W, Wilcox. - Spartanburg, S. C. EylAH HAS CURED HUNDREDS O sMWrvyfl CASES OP SKIN CANCER. Treatise on Blood and Klein Disea mailed tree. fewifT Srscinc to, Atlanta, Ga. . mmft--XdK. sk This Trade Mar Is on the bast WATERPROOF COAT in the World I A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS. is i -m.1 ..a: Bottlers"! cinuzazi i ip( a mm -I2fc. V. P. N. U. No. 14-8. V. N. U.No. 601 abovk xvsRrTinsa- klsc, Vr, Pin-roe's Ooldon Medical IMscovcry purlllwt the blood. 1 He una ltuvtna. u rem-ura, up, ami InvlgoraUw T ? every part of the aynU-m. ? 1 For every btood-tnmt and a.laa J disorder, and for every ills r ' eam tliat couioa from an Iiiao ST tlve live or impure blood, It IS tne only rviiiwj - and effective tliat It van be iraurnnfeeii. If It falls to benefit or mire, you have your money back. These dlaoaavs are many, They're diirrent in form, but they're like in ti-mlinont House up the torpid Uver into healthful action, thorouahlv purify and enrich the blsud, and there's a positive cure. Tl.a "Diacoverv" does tills, as nothing elas can. Ilyapctiala, Indigestion, Biliousness; all Bronchial, Throat and Lung Affections i every form of Horofula, even Consumption (or Lung-scrofula) In i r lier stages; and the most stubborn 8k in and BcaJp Diseases, are completely cured by it ; Bakin&PoHticr When lu Portland be nft to take In the greatest novelty at the Kxposition. We shall bake biscuits and rake every afternoon and evening on our pretty Jewel tias. Stove. Kverylwdy cordially invited to have a biscuit with u and see the wonderful merits of liolden West Baking Powder proved by aciual work. CLOSSET&DEVERS, PORTLAND, OH. "German Syrup" Justice of the Peace. Georire WI1 kinson, of Lowville, Murray Co., Mian., makes a deposition concern fog a severe cold. Listen to it "In tbe Spring of i883, through ex posure I contracted a very severe cold that settled on my lungs. This was accompanied by excessive night sweats. One bottle of Boschee' German Syrup broke up the cold, night sweats, and all and left me la a good, healthy condition. I can give German Syrup my most earnest commendation." FREE -TTIK- Buyers' Guide JONES' CASH STORE. Tag Ht vnia' (it'ios la rnMHhM the fir.t ol each month. It U immicu in the ititareat of all eonaumera. tt alvos tha lowil t-ahvi"Ullin on everytnlug in the grocery line. It wilt aave jros money to consult It, Nulled free lo any addree on application. fYou't 1st without It. It eosta yoe nothing to gel It- II iuotes wlinleaale prices dlrrei to ths container. Mention this paper. Adureas J0NC8' CASH STORE, ISO rroat Street, - fortlsad, Or. lftin ItORI on lNartu.Mg.xTS. Beal tnakea ll.Hllweiit prli-en. Hend for caialiwus. IIIHVUSH.t, MK1I II, Hlpois, t al. MRC WINinW? SOOTH.NO iiiiiwi iiiiiui.uii w svnup rOR CHILOatsl TEITHINO ' Fv m! Sr si I llKnUih UlasUssNlla ISFOnHUION WANTEDS PKASfrl. a elllKSti of the iVlim Tiuln ttail'a. . .1 1 11' w. i.. k...j , . . . .... ""!' "IIWI IMI lirni l,rni IIVWB Willing ill (ir.iron. rrancl lll hear of aomslhliig lo hla sdrsutage f he rerwrta to tha hWim roNsf'LATt, I no first alrawt. ' l'ortland, Or. . Portland. Or., October J, 1J. lyilSQUERADES, PARADES, VI AH TKI M TIIKII KlClta. Kveryihlng In the shove Hue. I'Minn, Wigs, Beards, Prupertlee, Opera and Flay Hooks, etc., fumjahed al graatlf reduced rales and in supe rior quality by tbe olduat, largest, heat renowned and therefore only rrltabU Tluairteal Aujly Htmte as the funjfe fixul. f:orriioiileti so licited. ttOLtarrgls A Co.. 2t. M anil MO Karn.ll street, also uo Market street, Han Kranclaco. We supply alt Thrateri ea Uu Oust, lo whem we re spectfully refer. SOCIETY A. FRI.DKNIIE1M KR, Leading Jew-' elar of the 1'aclnc Northwest, kee pas larva stock of all BKCKKT SOCIETY ES. BA1XIKH on hand. Best goods at low est figures. Badges made to order. EOCENE. Is a Hneclal brand of Burning Oil. whlnh manufacture ei ire..l r for FAMILY L'rtK. IT IH A PKttriCOT If.MTHIN ITOH. as in n fihb r.n I . ir is tir UNiniHn quality. We guarantee it lo ba ths iiiiiiirr rsiBi.g oaaDEorii.LuMiNaTiMooiu Ask for it. STANDARD Oil. COMPANY. DR. GUMS impbovio LIVER PILLS A MILD PHYSIP ONE PILL FOR A DOSE. A menremtmt of lh txma.R rh day im ttsroisrf for hMltb. ThtMM pills) supply wtit th aystern laulu to mmMm it rtfuUr, Tlisy our UtmAmohm, biiahtsa ih mym ma eissr in tompintoa Mivsr tnmn o toftiiMi. Thssvot tnllrJIy. aaithar rrtpwnoT i-Rm m Othaff frills do, TO OODVIDb jrou of thslr mrrriU Wf) will rnsll asm Dies frtvi. or s full boa for lifloanta. HolA sfjrywbm aVotawka lUd. Go eVt-Usdslphu, jf , I a n A BADG "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF SAPOLIO RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF ' 171 oo re's Revealed RnmnHv. M V Bladder. Prlnary and Liver Wacaaes, Urousj Orava) and illabelna are cured by HUNT'S REMEDY THI BEST KIDNEY AND LIVER MEDICINE. HUNT'S REMEDY Cures BflgM'a "piseaas, Retention or Non-retention oi Urine, I'alna lu Ihe Back, Lulus or Hide. HUNT'S REMEDY Cures tutemiwratiea, Nervous Diaeaaaa, doners! IMbitlly, r'euials Weaaneaa and iawaeea, HUNT'S REMEDY C tiros lllllnu.iiMs, Headache, Jaundice. Hour Hlouiaoh, Ujiula, Cin.llallun sud fllos. HUNT'S REMEDY 1 TS T ONt'K nn Ihe Kldurva, I Ivrr and Hovaela, ro.loriug litem to s hmllhy so Hon, and ' when sll other medicinal tall. Hundred have been aaved who have been given up lo die Ur friends sud pliyslcisua. MOI.lt MY At, I. Illlt .lTa. DOCTOR J. THE GREAT CURE -rou- INDIGESTION -ANI- CONSTIPATION. -A Regulator of Ui8 Liver and Kidneys k si'Ki.iric roa- Scrofula,-Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, lleuralgii lad All Other Blood tod Skis Diseases. II is a po-ltlva cure for all Ihons painful, dli rata nimiiliiirtta and anuiVillraUNl iroublaa and wi-ainaaw poinmou araous our wlvea, wulhars ami daHKhti-ra. The i ff.fi Is ImniMllats and lallr-. Twe or thm of lis. I'Aanta's Hssauv takan riallr ki-t-na tha hlmid riKil, lha tlvar and klilnaya art Ivp, and will rnllmly rraillrata from lha aystria alt lra.-.-i of iv n.liila, Hall lllioum, or any ulhsr lorniof blood ilUrant. No nilli'ino vnr lulrodured In Ihla enutitrv baa mat with aurh r.-a.ly al, nor alvnn ucn uulvenal aaliatai'tlnn whenever usoti aa that ol Us. I'ahiiks a UrtathV. Ihla rantvdr has liaen hmm In tbe hoapllals Ihrounhout tha old world Ipr the faal iwonly. nva vtnra aa a p-lfic! for lha almve dlaenara. ami It haa and will cure hi-u all other so-called reniaitiia fall, H-uil lor pamphlat of taatlmoutals fmm those who havs livati numl by Ita use. Imiaslata sail It at ll.au per bolile. Trjr II and be convluoad. ror sale bf MACK & CO., 9 snd II Front St., San Franolaco. Brooklyn Hotel 201 212 Both IU in Francisco. Thla tavorita hntrl la nndKr the wtanatamenl ol lilAKI.Ks MOSTOOMKKr.siid la aasood If not ths boat Kamlljr and Uualnaas Man's Uolal In Hau Kranclaoo. Roma Comforts! Cuisine UneiCBlledl risHt-elsas aarvlos and the hlahaat standard of respectability (taraiited. ttwr rooau aasaof as rarpaaafd or nrnfaeas nsd etmarl. Hoard and mom per day, !!.', II.M, 11,76 and tl-OU; board and room par waok, 17 lo IU; alrifle rooms tuo lo 11. Fiae coach to snd from botel. Hercules Gas Engine (OAS OB OtlOUlIK) i for Power or Pumping Purposes. The Claittiaat Tutlahia Oaa Basts Rear IfsspUcltr It Heats tbo World. II ell luelf from ft Beeervolr, Jf Carburetor to get on k of arde. Ho BaAkarles or Klsetrle Oparku II rasa wtUl a Cbeapar O rade of Oaaoua thaa aas oiar a.usiua. aass roa eafatoeea to PAUMER & REY, Manu'aoturkWs) miuMMltraCturruaCat. -AND- ' . " I'AHTUIIU, IIRKHIIM i , , M FRAZER AXLE ffB.'.ISCntKC Sold Everywhsrel U 1 1 L.f 11 f. i-RAHK WOOtHET .A(ant, PorUsnd. Or. "I Tl flTYs nfiTT ofr Out or laMaMt Asm V Puaw.