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LIFE IN RUSSIA.
Tbs Remorseless bower Kxerolsed by tbs
Cs-xr's boll ce Officials.
There is no power on enrth so arbi
trary. si omnipotent, so omniscient
and so remorseless ns the Russian
lice! I shall have something more to
say about them in a future letter, but
atop here to advise every traveler
bound foi R ussia, of whatever age, sex
Or nationality, to take a passport
properly indorsed by the representa
tive of the Rusdan Government at
New York or Washington. It will do
no harm, and it may be useful to have
both; for the Russian police are of
inquiring frame of mind and lack con
fidence in human virtue. With a pass
port properly vised, a strict obedi
ence to all the regulations that
plain and unmistakable, a discreet
tonguo, and a decent behavior,
can lie as safe and comfortable as in
JK>*
an
are
one
any country on the globe and see much
and enj iy much that can not be
or enjoyed elsewhere. It has few
picturesque landscapes, no mountains
and no springs; but the people and llie
palaces, the churches and the customs,
will revivify the most blase travolor,
and the gayeties of both the summer
and winter seasons offer a Iront to
those who have exhausted Paris and
other social centers of the world.
There need bo no annoyance from
the tyranny that is constantly exer
cised over both citizens and strangers,
there need bo no tesl of patience; it is
only necessary to submit, au i do it as
gracefully and politely as possible. A
visitor can see not hing without a pass
or without police survellanco.
may not look at a picture nor the
curiosities of the museum without hnv
ing a gendarme peering over his
shoulder.
seen
II«
If ho is an artist ho must
obtain tlio permission of the police to
make sketches, anil to go nny where
he has got to have n pass. But all
these obstacles are
easily overcome
and all the objects of interest can be
thoroughly enjoyed by an observance
of the requirements and a disposition
to acknowledge the sovereignty of Ihe
police. Submission is all that is re
quired, and the rigid rules have beon
made necessary by nihilism and dyna
mite.
know whore each inhabitant of the
vast empire sleeps every night,
the provinces the rigid surveilanoo is
relaxed, but a! Si. Petersburg and
Moscow and other places visited by
tourists there is a constant contact
between the sovereign anil I ho subject,
that is disagreeable to both. The po
lice grant permission to go and come
readily.
with travel nor with trade. Submis
sion! submission! that is all. No one
can get a ticket at a railroad station
nor on a steamboat without showing
a permit to leave; no hotel will enter
tain a guest till he shows his passport
One ran not go anywhere or do
thing without tlio consent of Ihe
thorities, but it is easily obtained,
and costs forty copecks for the stnnqi
that appears on the document—about
fifteen cents. — W. E. Curtin, in Chicago
News.
Every citizen must have a pormit to
live in the country. These permits
are issued annually upon tlio pay
ment of a fee. If he wants to lenve
the country or go from one town to
another he must notify the police, for
that branch of the Govorment must
in
There is no interference
any
au
I QUEER KLEPTOMANIA.
How Valuable Articles Frequently Disap
pear from Washington Houses.
It lias been observed that the cards
of the wivos of tlio Cabinet have not
the usual reception day (Wednesday)
on them. 'Jhu omission is purposely
made to prevent, if loisible, the un
known crowd which conies to Wash
ington each season from making
free use of their houses.
Those public receptions, which arc a
Washington custom of long standing,
are becoming more and more obj •<■
tionablc. Thoso c mtinued encroach
ments and grievances
intolerable,
is there any way to remedy the evils
attendant upon keeping upon house?
It is not surprising that dubious char
acters are often seen in the promiscu
ous crowd which fills the houses of
public officials. A hostess
knows how many more than are in
vited will be present, and is embar
rassed about pr tviding for her com
pany.
Articles often disappear mysterious
ly. At one tea a costly cloak was ex
changed for a shabby one. It was an
'■ out and out case of stealing. A gen
tleman found a battered, dirly old
soft hat left and his brand now tile
gone. A lady rested her muff, em
broidered handkerchief ami card-case
on the mantel while she took refresh
ments. A woman deliberately folded
her own cotton hun lkciehiol with
blue border, put it on the mantel and
walked off with the handsome one.
To keep out intruders some have
adoplel the plan of inviting their
guosls in a whisper and pledge them
lo secrecy. Whilo some persons eu
j iy publicity which is given to their
entertainments by daily publishing a
record of alt they do. others find it
very objecliottable, as strangers make
u«e of the catalogue to participate in
Ihe hospitality, even when there is no
previous acquaintance, no claim of
recognition and no opportunity for
retiming civilities.
If the punch-bowl and rcfrcsliinent
table were abolished, and valuables
put under lock and key, several
classes would not bit tempted to in
trude. —Louisville Courier-Journa'.
a
are becoming
Thu question lias arise t.
never
-Tl,. young.«
rtLXrÄÄ'rÄ
«JSu-ixr" R " ■"
fi»
—ihe «tory of the deep «ea is an ex
pensive one. The cost of compiling
and publishing the reports of the Clial
ieX r eX £^ d !. tl0n 1 ^ *° haVe al *
P0U.L 8IC £ w Tk t" rm° US « nd
poui ds, the work being stdl unfin
D. W. C. Throop, editor of the
Mount Pleasant (la.) Free Press, was
writing a few days ago sn article on
th« lesson of Tom Potter's death from
overwork. Suddenly ho paused, put
fils band to his heart, and fell to the
toog a corpse. 1
SWEET, BUT PLAIN.
tbs
arbi
to
but
sex
at
do
have
con
pass
in
Bard Uuea For the Girl That Is Not Cob
aldered a Hell*.
The girl who is not a belle receives
an invitation to a dance, accepts it,
buys a new gown, and starts out hope
fully. Arriving at the house, she
a number of men whom she knows,
and, perhaps, has entertained. They
all bow pleasantly and pass on. If
any one asked their opinion of her they
likely would say that she is a "sweet
girl," but somehow they do not
to care to dance or talk with those
"sweet girls." As she passes down
the room a man conics up and speaks
to her. Her brother instantly excuses
himself and leaves her to her fate. As
a rule the man does not dance. She
loves dancing and generally dances
well. So they promenade until, at
last, the man gets tired, excuses him
self, leaves her in a corner,
to send her brother.
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SITS
seum
an
are
one
promising
Now comes the
hardest part of the eveniag. Every
girl she ever knew sot-ms to go past
with one man, or, perhaps, O, joy,
two. Her brother takes his time in
coming, and when he arrives at last,
finds her looking cross and sleepy, but
struggling not to show it. Then she
dances with him once or twice, supper
is served, another dance, and then she
goes home gladly. So it is night after
night, day after day, until she com
mences to despair, looks old before
her time, gives up society and becomes
what young girls call an "old maid."
Once in a while a man discovers her
worth, sees in her those virtues which
he wishes Ids wife to
much
few
llie
to
and
from
exer
it is
as
A
pass
the
hnv
his
seen
possess, and
Then she lias her house
II«
marrie» her.
hold dtitie» and becomes a hitppy wife
and mother abut she never quite forgets
the disappointment of her youth. If
she does not marry »ho takes care of
her father and mother, is charitable,
and spends the rest of her days in
making others happy or wretched,
cording to her disposition,
face you can always trace lines which
the sorrows of her youth have written
there and constant mortification and
disappointment is truly sorrow. —Phila
delphia Press.
must
to
all
ttO
be
Ihe
re
beon
Yet on her
THE FARMER'S WIFE.
! Though Living In the Heet of Air She Tahoe
No Advantage of It,
One of Ihe reasons the furnier s wife
is apt to look sallow and jailed, jind
why s he grows old before her time, is
that the minute the weather
euld she stays in the house from
week's end to another.
the 1 time, gathering berries
is
and
by
po
one
to
pay
lenve
to
for
must
grows
one
In summer
or garden veg
etables, or feeding the chickens, will
take lier out of doors, but just as soon
•ssity no longer compels lier to
h the open air she remains in
One of her excuses is that she
> time fiu
lhis doubtless is true, for there is no
woman so hard-worked as tiic fanner's
wife, but she must go out. for a short
walk or drive, if somebody
I lung Inis to suiier in et
in
ns ne
go ini
side.
lias n<
at-rioor exorcise*.
nr same
T
•»sequence,
lie sure there are not the incentives for
going out Hint the city woman has; the
marketing or shopping that can lie
accomplished in a walk
if a few
If there is to be any shopping
I lie "team" must bo
any
au
gotten up and a
drive of several miles taken,
means a considerable expenditure of
lime and is not done any oftener than
dire necessity requires,
nearest neighbor is not within walking
distance, consequently a walk will be
without any excuse in the mind of tlio
average farmer's wife,
walk up the road, then, a half mile
without any excuse except the saving
of your health; that is the best
bie excuse that you could have,
will come back
This
Perhaps the
not
un
a
•<■
of
in
ex
an
gen
old
tile
em
and
eu
a
it
in
no
of
for
Go out ami
possi
Yon
rested in mind and
brain. You will be able to do twice as
linn it darning and patching, anti do it
with better grace, with the renewed
energy which you have gained from
your walk in the fresh, pure air. The
farmer s wife lives in the (test air there
is to be had and takes the least advan
tage of it .—Detroit Tribune,
a
t.
NOVEL COLLECTION.
Countprffit Presentment« «»f All the Gods
hvpp Worshiped.
A Parisian genius is getting up a
museum in that city which will
tain probably the most unique collec
tion of curiosities ever gathered under
a single roof,
counterfeit presentments of all the
supposed supernatural beings that man
lias ever worshiped,
this museum reproductions of the South
Sea Islanders, the images of the Japan
ami Egyptian gods, the wooden
divinities of Africa and Oceanica, the
deities of China and India, of Greece,
Italy and Gaul, the stone and
monsters of Mexie
goggle
amulet
and, in fact,
that art can
COII
His object is to obtain
There will be in
esc
graven
and Peru, the
veil gods of the Pacific, the
of the North American Indian,
every species of divinity
possibly represent. Thus
far his task will be a comparatively
easy one, but when lie comes to the
American part of his collection and
tries to obtain
rejiresentations of the
gods worshiped here
work will lie niuvli more diffii ult.
« ill have to
at present his
He
;ot the steam yacht, the
e seat in the United
bank account, and
race-horse, th
States Senate, the
many other of
divinities,
dillii nil It
st powerful
would be
obtain and impossible to re
move to this Parisian colli
haps,
suitabh
our hi
some of which
Per
•lion.
oil the
gold dollar,
a
ili*plavcd in
would he the most
glass
appropriate symbol
represent the American part of this
novel exhibit.— Philadf!ji/iin 7V?u cs.
to
— liiere is sure punishment of some
kind for all who wrong their fellow-
Jpw,,, Ä
.-.
"Lnïir;;."" i r c "
18 ai1 ,n »uit to Hun who gave.— Point•
roÿs Advance Thought.
_H Christianity, as the lnfidsl de
dares, is a pure illusion, without any
* foundation in truth, it is. nevertheless*
for ,hi8 !i,e ' B verv P' e « sa «t illusion to
the believer, and withal a very useful
one to mankind.
make men happy mid good in this
world than any other influence
applied to the human mind,
upon men as if it were true, and had
its foundation in the God of truth. —
The Independent,
1
it
US
It lias done more to
is
to
ever
It acts
REMARKABLE LUCK.
it,
If
As
She
at
An laveatmant of I.M Thai Tlaldad Nearly
•4,000,000.
Old-fime Pittsburghers would hardly
need an introduction to Philip Wine
biddle, founder of the Wiuebiddle es
tate in East Lilierly. About sixty years
ago his mother gave him five hundred
dollars as a "starter." The "Go West"
fever had not as yet agitated staid
Eastern communities, but Philip was
lived with a restless ambition to go
West, and seeing but little prospect of
a great future for Pittsburgh, lie jour
neyed toward the setting sun, and af
ter much meandering he halted at the
city of Erie, then little more than a
lakeside luimlet. Philip had consid
erable knowledge of land titles, and as
he was offered by an an old settler one
hundred acres in the town for live hun
dred dollars, he grasped eagerly at the
supposed bargain, but shortly after
wards relented and wanted his money
back. But real estate deals are not
generally made on the basis of "re
funding the money if goods are not sat
isfactory," and Philip had to keep the
land. He came back to his mother in
Pittsburgh, broken-hearted over his ill
luck, and cried like a child at what he
considered a robbery of his five hun
dred dollars, and both agreed it
"bad slip" for Philip. Thirty years
later this land could not bought for
two million dollars, and is now worth
nearly four million dollars. Of course
all this, on the (,'arpeiiteriun theory,
was brought about by hard work.
Five and thirty years ago the most
noted hostelry in the city was kept at
the junction of the Seveuth street road
and the East Liberty turnpike, by a
sprightly old German lover of the turf
named "Pap" Boîtier, father of the
noted turfmen Sam and Joe Beitler.
For nearly a generation it was the "out
of town" resort for sleighing parties
in winter and driving parties in sum
mer, pretty much after the fashion of
"mine host" Keating of later days.
It was famous for its poker parties and
frog suppers, and many a pleasant
evening was spent there in the "long
ago" by coteries of what Broker
Holmes ami attorneys Andrew Burke,
Biddle Roberts, W. E. Austin, Henry
McGrniv and Colonel Sam Black were
the chief attractions. "Pap" Beitler
had a famous black stallion which was
known all over that region, and it was
probably not worth over $100. The
owner of a large tract of land near
where East Liberty Station now stands,
but whose heirs do not care to have his
name mentioned, took
SITS
the
past
in
but
she
she
her
whs a
and
If
of
in
and
ttO
her
is
one
to
in
she
no
fancy to
"Pap's" horse and offered him 100 acres
of bind for him.
"Pap" preferred to
Tlio Boîtiers are now
keep the ling,
all dead anil tlie land which "Pup" re
fused for his horse could not now be
purchased for $1,600,000. — Pittsburgh
Dispatch.
DE LESSEPS' CANAL.
The Propnaeil Alleratlon In til. Plan of the
PaUHina Ditch.
It inis cost some hundreds of mil
lions of dollars to demonstrate to Count
Ferdinand De Lcsseps that stone lias
not. the degree of permeability pos
sessed by sand. It was no trick at all
to dig a hole through the granulated
plain of Suez; but canalizing the solid
if Panama is quite a different
This is at last admitted by De
Lesseps, and her now proposes to change
his work from a sea level to a lock
canal. But will the undertaking, even
in ils new shape, ever be linislieilP Can
its promoters ever raise the vast sum
needed for its completion?
Le (Iciiic Civil, the most prominent
engineering periodical in France, has
an article in a recent number on the
subject of the proposed alteration in the
canal The statistics it presents must
certainly startle the Gallic enthusiasts
who have been inveigled into dumping
money by the cart-load into a big ditch
which promises to remain for all time
"without form and void." Following
is a synopsis of statements made by
this French scientific authority—which,
by the w ay, is not hostile to the enter
for
the
lie
a
of
be
tlio
rocks
thin;
the
as
it
prise:
"The live divisions into which the
line of the canal at Panama is divided,
contained at the outset, 135,000,000
cubic meters to be removed. T he accom
plishment, up to this time, has been
follows; In the first division, from As
piuwall westward, threq-fifths of the
excavation, and in the fifth division,
from Panama eastward,
in the second and third divisions, from
Tavernilla to Kinperailo,
a
as
one-third;
in
one-eighth
each, and in the fourth division, ha
Cuicl.ra, two twenty-sevenths. Of tiie
total accomplishment of 30,006 006
culm* meters out of the 135,000.000 to
lie extracted 19.600,606 comes from the
Atlantic and Pacific sections,
the earth is soft anil the dredges
counter tin serious obstacles.
Hu* three central and difficult divisions
11,000,000 on hie meters have been
true ted after seven years' operations,
and out of a total of 86,000,000. Even
if the substitution
I
a
Py
t
where
en
From
ex
of a canal with
locks should reduce the total
remain
in these sections to
ing excavation
40,000,00) cubic meters, as claimed by
the company, it would require twenty
five years to complete the work at the
came rate of progress. In that time,
even at the present rate, the aggregate
interest of the existing debt,
pounded, would amount M 1500,000,000
and the world would have for the re
quirements of its
complete canal, not more tiian fifteen
feet in depth (4.57 meters), and bur
dened with debts exceeding fl,000,00b,
000 ."—Chicago Times.
unconi
commerce, an ln
—The young
man whose breath
smells of rum will never breathe the
atmosphere of success.
u.
Llvnr
J.
-
SI
— Ambition breaks tho ties of blood,
and forgets the obligations of grati
tude.— Sir Walter Scott.
— If you would not have affliction
visit you twice, liston at once to what
it teaches. — Etc. A. L. Knox.
—A fad is another man's favorite
Idea;
other men strong evidence of cranki
ness.
our own favorite idea is to
-I never knew a critic who made it
his business to lash the faults of other
writers that was not guilty of greater
himself. — Addison.
That which is called considering
what is our duty, in a particular case,
is very often nothing but endeavoring
to exolain it was.—Bieftoj/ Butler.
•o the ucfltncaa of It to unlearn In will betoumi
much greater
P "J* a i i ,K e w , hlc , h k eva ? u ' t V* profUKly. abruptly
ÂSEKîSXWÂM.'SÏi'J
KÄarftKaa
the person employing it need not expect perm»
nent. benefit, »no he cannot hope to escape the
debilitating reaction which leaves the organs
as bad or worse off than before. If. on the
other hand, he resorts to the bitters, he can
rely upon the restoration of a regular habit of
body, consequent upon a renewal of a health
ful tone in the intestinal canal, besides health
fully relaxing the bowels, the Bitters arouses a
'TRf rU a ben f fl, ' il ' 1 im P etU8 to
WÄSÄ.TÄy'b
gout, and malaria in all 1U form,.
Act well at the moment, and yon have per
formed a good action to all ete nity.
FROM DAKOTA.
Fleming Bros.,
Dear Sirs:—For a long time I have suf
fered from the effects of Indigestion and
sick headache, and on trying your Dr. C.
McLane a Celebrated Liver Pills I
found quick and satisfactory relief. A
very few doses does the work and I would
not be without them.
Sioux Falls, Dakota.
Geo. II. Harris.
Cure sick headache, biliousness, liver
complaint, dyspepsia, heartburn, indiges
tion, malaria, pimples on face and bodr,
Impure blood, etc., by using regularly Dr.
C. Mi-Lane's Celebrated Liver Pills
prepared only by Fleming Bros., Pitts
burgh, Pa. Price 26 cents. Sold by all
druggists. Insist upon having the genuine
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared
by Fleming Bio-., Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but of
the same pronunciation. Always make
sure of the words "Fleming Broe., Pitts
burgh, Pa." on the wrapper.
John Bright wu never at any school a day
-fter he wa s fifteen.
"Then let the moon usurp the rule of day,
And winkling tapi rs show the sun his way;
For what my senses can perceive,
I need no revelation to believe.'*
Ladies suffering from any of the weaknesses
or ailments peculiar to their sex, and who will
une Dr. Fierce's Favorite Prescription accord
ing to directions, will experience a genuine
revelation in the beneflt they will receive. It is
a positive cure fer the most complicated and
obstinate cases of leucorrhea, excessive flow
ing, painful menstruation, unnatural suppres
sions. prolapsus, or falling of the womb, weak
back, ''female weakness,** ante version, retro
version, bearing-down sensations, chronic con
gestion, inflammation and ulceration of the
womb, inflammation, pain and tenderness in
ovaries, accompanied with "internal heat."
Michigan and Canada supply New York
weekly with 10,000,000 eggs.
murdered by prejudice.
Thousands of men die every day who
might be saved. Prejudice has murdered
many a man and woman. If it were be
lieved that the sum of disease could be
reduced by physic much would be gained.
The nightmare of death would
frighte us as it does.
not
In our modern
civilization we ought reasonably to expect
disease to settle upon us because we do
so much to attract it; because we so often
and steadily expose ourselves to it. At
the same time we all ought to understand,
a, a part of our rudimentary education,
that to save ourselves from the effects of
Buch exposure some kind of fortification
should be built around our vital forces,
lest the enemy carry us, as it were, by a
sudden onslaught. For many years the
unprejudiced have
lfttAND
rkth s Pills in this way and they have
proved a most effective wall against the
approach of diseuse. Stop the daily mur
ders—we had almost said suicides-by
using these Pills. They speak for them
selves as they act. Whon everything
else has failed Bkandrkth s Pills has
saved lives. They are lo be had at every
drug store.
VL. „„,71 7T 7, , ,
Do not anticipate trouble or worry about that
which may never happen; keep in the sunlight.
used
Thousands of cures follow the use of Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. .10 cents.
Chane, opportunities make us known to
others; and still more to ourselves.
Consumption, Wasting Diseases,
And General Debility. Doctors disagree as to
the relative valu., or Uod Liver Oil and Hypo
ghosphites, the one supplying strength and
flesh, the other giving nerve power, and acting
as a tonic to the digestive and entire system.
But in Mrott'a Kmulxlon of t od Liver Oil
with Hypophosphltcs the two are combined,
and the effect is wonderful. Thousands who
have derived no permanent beneflt from other
preparations have been cured by this. Scott's
Emulsion is perfectly palatable and easily dl
jested hj those who cannot tolerate plain Cod
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Cases re mo
If afflicted with Sore Eyee, use Dr. Isaac
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write for
T. M. ANTIS EU I
* Ball, Mar
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Llvnr nod CidnevR to healthy Action, üd maken th« j
Complexion Brixht and uienr
J. n. CATES A CO., Proprietor«.
- 41> **■— «• **t- Franelaro.
SI EIN WAY. XT
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A ways
take
ME
SARSAPARILLA, TELLOW
!
Iodide of* I'otOJSH.
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C«UU*S"m 11 wa * p:antod b * Kle«nor
m&ksm
miserabte If he tw troifbled^Uh^dy^iii^
ssrisr -sties Ear s&3
Being purely vegetabhT thev ere nerfV^flv
harmless. ^ ' mey are Pe"**«»
_ _
of
_. _ ,
* "ê Baldwin Hotel of Sin Francisco,!
a hau been entirely refurnished, and is
to being managed by Mr. Btldwin himself.
I SÄ, P c l ,ÎL°i , „re rinK "° ''T"-"
I ^{'."„'nexcepu" een
1 öS*' a » K he ,®°rP er ofM arket * n<1 Powell
nta. All street car lines from the
passing the door. Our readers will find
to their advantage in every way, to
at the Baldwin, when visiting San Fran
cisco.
The treat Cromwell left the University
Cambridge at eighteen.
"Rrown'a nro.ri.i.i Tn.x..n
C. widely known as ?n admirable renîedy
I Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, and Throat
A I troubles. Sold only in boxes.
H.riffia. Aaaajrerawd Analytical
Ckfnlll. Laboratory. 106 FI rat at.. Partland.
Or. Analyaea made of all substances. Rates
ytng gold and ailver ores $1.50. Pass
ages sent by mall or express promptly attended
to. and returns made
for
!
of
Warner'8 Safe Cure
, , , . ...
hag been before the public
now about ten yaora, and in
that tima haa proved Itself
I
to be all that It haa been
represented*
is
in
It 1$ purely vegetable.
contains nothing harmful, and
blood and
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DOES purify_ _ „„„
CUBE disease, as it puts the
kidneys, the only blood-par
Hying organs, in complete
health.
It Cure« Permanently.
We have tens of thousands
testimonials to this effect from
people who were cared years
ago and who are well to-day.
3
It Is a Scientific Specific,
was not pnt upon the market
until thoroughly tested, and
has the endorsement of Prof,
8- A. Lattiraore, M. A., Ph.,
hL D., Official Analyst of
be foods and medicines. N. Y.
State Board of Health, and
ecorea of eminent chemists,
physicians and professional
experts.
w
do
of
a
H. H. Warner & Co„ do
not cure everything from
one bottle, they having
specific for each important
disease. Fight shy of any
preparation which claims in
fallibility.
5
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i&Dr. Spinney & Co
N ERVOU8 LO«« Of Vidov, Remimi)
d.n^T *7 weak Memory, Leupoii
wâ'.Îm orabiaavcirvl
YOUNG MEN , ï Herln ?. fr - om th « •ffert*
A • h0n,,, of 1 onr SomÄ
•ToÄÄaciS ? mï
,/îh'fi; visit n. mar b* treated
nJtraVem»'i b/fforrefPORdenee. tledlclue. »ad
nnrnction. KRt by m.l for expre... CoDiultatlon
ra. BDDd«oeDUln.t»inp»fur îho Young Mxü'i
rleud or Uuld. to WxUock. *
rpv„ , » ,
_ Th® testimonials printed by
"• **■ Warner & (Jo. are, so
far as they kDow, positively
genuine. For the past five
^2?" , at * a »landing
offer of $5,000 for proof to the
contrary. If you are sick and
; «»lit tn set well
! " uul lu WCU. USO
6
Warner s Safe Cure.
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to
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nu?îî' er ' , Thlê '* M0 'n>crimmtal machine that must be sold ch.av*in nJ,l.l l, Mates, ss any other style or moke of
?nifn! n a il'llfn n , î?'t , ' l iï'- W,10n tlie In buying on "A G ITATnu" "fh 1 U a ' knowledged to lie TDK
and running no ri-k. H r guarantee it in every wav suverior to ever « nthe* n . i , . îl rCB ] 1 , f * r ) nn Hr * making no exnerimcnt
FANGLK™. 1 examnng oure ' DO NOT BE TALKED LviO BUY^'GaV/aÄ
a *^* re *^''^^°' r " 1 ^ , ^*®^ , *h d b^e S /n eWr^r*' 011 "l*.I 6 ' and are rp » (, y to prove it. Is it not
machine for the benefit o' seme Eastern factory who want their m/ichine exnerIm«L'i P, i Ct i h > Ätl t0 ex P < ' r *nient with a now.fancied
! " " h ■'

TUE §^ , .ni RK Ä , Ä N ' rS . ÖE ™ IS SECTION. k ' lov -" to be perfectly reliable. BEING BUILT ESPERAI r.v wA»
j Âia pn^ir'WOO HP 1 TRY HORSE-POWER m.Hn n
The J. I. CASE PORTABLE TRACTION ENGINES hava KR made. Beware of imitAtion«!
m to prove them tota.îhe^t wS^ n ,° P r "I' 1 "'«"hing.on for years ami
and Vof"" ïïiî fypT oSl , " a(1e - ^ ' ro0,,t ,lurable - * af e*'. more skillfully constructed
XT . B »T°«»r RANDOLPH IMPROVEDSTEEL*FRA r ME HF T AnFR ACKS0X ' S ,)E » R ICKS SELF-FEEDERS AND FOttk-«
ever made
!
AsrentN, Portland,
Or.
pi
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now!
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n— wir -
p*mct$
CREAM
of
ItH
for
'
PERFECT WAPj,
are
Ita superior excellence proven In millions of homes for
more than a quarter of a century. It Is used by the
United Htatce Government Endorsed by the heedTof
Great UnlvendMe« as the Strongest, Purest and most
Healthful. Dr. Prloe s Cream Baking Powder doee not
oontain AminonU, Lime or Alum. Sol
Id only in cans.
baking powder CO.
OHlCAÜO.
ssw rose.
•T. LOOM.
SENERiL ABEYTS ViHTED! SIS! 'S
month easily made selling the Farmers'Friend,
a bag holder asid scales oom blned. ISaia't aslaa
thla. Dendfsrclrcul-rs. E. K.BAIR.Manager
1 Fuget Sound Mfg. Co.. Tacoma, Wash. Ter.
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I Bigti fias grata astray
inTtSn.
cure of Gonorrhoea und
i"l Gleet. I preeerlbe Hand
fast sat. la recommend
lag It to all .nffkrera
■a. A. i* STORE«, ■ JL.
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PRICK, «1.00. .
Bold by Drugs la ta •
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IRRIGATING POMPS,
STEAM ENGINES
BOILERS,
Complet» Power and
PtmriNa Plants.
Low prices, prompt deliver}
Write for Circulare.
BYRON JACKSON. SAN FRANCISCO.
of
FRANCISCO.
STsa't Sapktt Rrin Holder Co. .Hol I y ,M I ch.
O! YE8, YESI CERTAINLY!
A singed cat dreads the fire. I p'ead guilty. I am selling a "new-fangleil" machine
LOOK AT IT-AIN'T IT A DAISY?
THE ''ADVANCE" THRESHERS AND ENGINES
eat Th Vf 11 Advance Mcpurntor til be the lust itrain-savinr fust
est I lirislicr and iiiont tlurnblo hicpHrtitor ever înfidi* lint i*i*itte it jV > " ,
Ul4-vd^f,? t r 1 L\ K raT , I, i ^ r S °li
K be ralked intobiiyinKRinaihlne beianBeit i» cheap and «Id Fogji" ,. a" the «Id
ÄWÄÄM Tn
jÂîyn'sVÂ
^is^eiTÄn^tiTt^! ;x t r iz.n , x n 1 îi're' le
your gram is «oîiik to uaftte. 9 1 • L>o not fool with them any longer, w hile
: te Re -
Ä& »Ä
. Remember that old fogy agent* aayinguïü Contran- does not makv It an r, „„
; investie.,te. 1 ran prove «Il I ' aoe * not " ,ake « «o. It »ill pay you to
1 also sell the well Itnoan DIN4.IEK $V«ORIKI*RY IMIWSrst a
fac| urera make them on a royal tv hut 1,1 n ; A n , ,lmher of iimnu
Mr ®h t Mr'r Farm" u'h 0 ™h hat V « * also d lil" L«u Ï d r y ' 'i a d 'iZïi'ï
SiiïJ"""'"-''*' -- • i^fiSiMSMSSSi ï:
ina
THE RAWSON LIGHT RUNNING REAPERS AND MOWERS.
THE LINDGREN CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES
beTlÄ r,Ton 8 0 In'yout-'Voiu«. ^ Y< ™" ut •*** ■»
REWARD!
Will b* paid for «neb and mrt frais of Kk
•utMtaac«» found to Wladomb RobertLn*
s&ra 1 » aaÄÄ's-rS
Used and lnduned bf the «ffi# Si uM, ud
A OO., ObemMe Portland Onwa
11000
WELL DRILLS
I
FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Sold on Trial !
Investment small, profits
large. Nend 80c for mailing
IniV® ll udr*t«d Catalogua
with full particulars. Man
ufactured by
GOULDS * AU8TIN,
I« ffi IN Laks at..
A
CHIC AGO, ILL. _
Closing out
for
the
not
QÜB IMMENSE STOCK OF SUMMER BALIMUG
GAN UNDERWEAR, at $1 and 91.50 jier suit.
Latest design* in PERCALE SHIRTS, three latest
style Collars und one pair Cuffs, fl.ö'J each.
'S
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
232, Kearny St., near Bush.
UT Send for Muttra tel Catalogue.
TO THE LADIES!
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MANUraCTl'RKRX
IMI-ORTKRH or
LADIES' CHILDREN'S A INFANT'S WEAR
IIS Keabnt Street, s F.
Illustrated Catalogues sent free
appKiation.
PBCC By ««ini mail. Fall Deserlptloa
fKEE «sa:
$5
To 08 a Day. Sample, worth $1.S0, FREE.
Linea not under the hones feet. Write Bnew
STsa't Sapktt Rrin Holder Co. .Hol I y ,M I ch.

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