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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 26, 1886.' VARIETIES. Bret Ilarte lingers in London. M. Pasteur is the son of a tanner. Chang, iho Chinese giant, recently lost $25,000 by an unfortunate invest ment in an Australian gold nunc. When jou arc inclined to stand o:i punctilio in inter-denouimational inter course, be careful to 'due allowance for unconscious prejudice. If you err, let it bo on the side of cliarity. The senators of the nation sit at desks older than the honorable gray beards themselves. The desks are of mahogany and, though made seven tr fiye years ago, they are as sound as a dollar. According to Edmund Yates, "Poor old Kossuth, being no longer able to earn his living by teaching languages in Italy, has now found a home in the house of fcis sons, who are shepherds in the valley of Sixt, in Savoy." You weary of so many calls for charity, but you would be sorry if such calls wero to cease altogether. Be thankful, patient, and discriminating; your. Lord has placed his richest bene dictions along this line of action. When you sink from prohibition to high license you give up the principle at issue, and your fight against drunk enness will excite no more enthusiasm . among the masses than a discussion concerning the nebular hypothesis. All of the candidates of the Presi dential ticket of 1872 are dead. They were Grant, Greeley, Wilson, and Brown. Gen. John C. Fremont is the sole survivor of the campaign of 1856, Hannibal Hainblin of 1860, George II. Pendleton of 186 L When you persuade sensible people that the suppression of liquor-selling and drunkenness will destroy the pros perity of a city, it will be easy to per suade the same people that it will de stroy the prosperity of a city to extin guish a fire that is reducing it to ashes. Musurus Pasha, who has been Tur key's Minister to England thirty-four years, will retire, owing to his age, which is seventy-eight. He is a native of Crete, a member of the Greek Church, and has translated Dante into modern Greek. Rustcni Pasha, his successor, is also a Christian. Said the old Doctor, after tho elec tion of delegates to .the General Con ference: "Well, the Conference has fallen into the habit of laying aside its old men" and then, as if speaking from the grave in which his brethren had la;d him, he added: "Ye living men, come view the ground Where you must shortly lie." STATE NEWS. There was not sufficient business to como before the Circuit Court in Lake county to warrant the holding of the regular term this month, and Judge Webster therefore postponed the session till the next regular term, time. Lake county, .wearing too much good luck in her finances. She ought to help us J out in paying our taxes. Tidings. According to the new registry law it will be in order at the next election for ea:h party to adopt a vignette to be placed at the head of the ticket A copy of the regular ticket containing the vignette should be filed with the county Clerk, and any person making bogus tickets and using the vignette or an imitation thereof, is liable to a fine and imprisonment The Courier says: CoL Ross, of Jackson county, predicts that Southern Oregon is on the eve of the biggest mining boom that has ever been expe rienced on this coast The Colonel's prediction ia this direction, we are glad to know, iB based upon many rich developements which are now being made in Josephine and Jackson coun ties. . At a meeting held last . week, the county commissioners of . Josephine county agreed to locate the proposed new 'county buildings on the Bourne portion of the townsite of Grant's Pass, instead of in the Abraham addition, as was determined upon before the law suit began. The site now selected for the buildings is on the east side of the railroad track, two or three blocks from the depot' The settlement of this vex ing question will result beneficially to the prosperity and growth of the town. The Portland Standard failed to make its, appearand yesterday, to the regret of many of its friends. Mr Pettengill, the proprietor, says the suspension will only be temporary, un til h4 can make some arrangements for continuing the publication on a more substantial basis. The difficulties con nected with the publication of a daily paper in these times are innumerable, and the expenses yery heavy. It is safe to say that there is no place in the United States where the expense of publishing a daily newspaper, is as great- as in Portland. Everything connected with it ranges from 25 to 100 per cent higher than in Eastern lit--! AitiAi rf Aniiol rr Mirwirm nrc,o Vtanclard. under air. jretun-nas - v "Ijw managetsent, nas keen dignified in discussion and courteous to its coteni poraries, &Sl merited success, if it has not achievedt. : The News trusts that the suspension as' announced, may only l temporary.1 News. WA SIl lXa TOX LETTER. Washington, Feb. 8th, 1 886. The President and Attorney Gen eral have read and discussed privately and with the other Members of the Cabinet the recent publications regard ing Mr. Garland's connection with the Pan-Electric Telephone Company. They understand the whole affair, but tho President expressed the wish that his official household should take no part in the controversy at present, nor say anything for publication. This policv of silence is adontcd be- cause the President feels that time will vindicate the Attorney, General, and because the source and motives of tho attack upon Mr. Garland are un derstood. The war waged by certain newspapers now is well pai l for by the Bell Telephone Company, and its purpose is to intimidate the Administration- and thus prevent tho Gov ernment from carrying out the plo t;rame with regard to suits to test the val idity of the Bell patent. But the conspiracy has in no degree discouraged tho prosecution of this suit. It will not be delayed any long er than is necessary for preparation, tan array of prominent counsel having been aheady selected to aid the De partment of Justice. Solicitor Gcner al Goode will conduct the suit, and ex Senator Thurnian, Mr. Lowery of New York, an electrician specialist, and Messrs Eppa Hunton, Jelf. Chandler and Whitman of this city will assist. It has not yet been determined where the trial will bo held. The Bell Com pany wants it vx Boston, and others think it should be argued in some Western city wheic there has been no previous litigation or feeling on the subject. The climax of absurdity was reached in comparing the Pan Electric affair to the "Credit Mobilier." In the Credit Mobiler business, officials were bribed to corruptly act in their official capacity aud give life and value there by to a corrupt scheme, to tilth money from the Treasury. In this affair no one has been wild enough even to dare insinuate that the Senators and mem bers of tho lower House who invested in Pan-Electric stock had any purpose of legislating the stock into value. There has been nothing in the offi cial or personal relation of Attorney General Garland to this case up lo this time, that is not consistent with the highest integrity and honor. Ho has not used his official position or influ ence in the slighest degree to promote the suit against the Bull Company. On the contrary, when application was made to him to bring suit he promptly declined because he happened to hold shares in the Pan-Electric Com pany. In declining to act, ho refercd the whole subject to the Solicitor Gen eral, and that official, who had no stock iti either company, found a stato of things that warranted the bringing of a suit. The maltei then went entirely out of the hands of Mr. Garland, and it is stated.. by those in position to speak advisedly that he knows nothing about the preparation of tho case4 or "the plans of the Government.". "He jind Mr. Goode have not exchanged a word upon the subject of tho suits and Mr. Garland instructed tho chief, clerk of his Department to hand Mr. Goode all letters that are received bearing upon the matter. The President will not even consult Mr. Garland in the- 'se lection of a place where the suit shall be brought. " . -v . All that you hear about Mr. Gar land's resignation is nonsense The President would not be likely to accept it if it were tendered. . Ho was satish fied months ago with Mr. Garland's explanation of his connection with the I case, and the Attorney General then expressed his willingness to resign - if the Administration felt any embar assment over the coming discussion. But Mr. Garland will not be driven out of the Cabinet, nor the suits pre vented by newspaper abuse. The great contest between the Pres ident and the Republican majority in the Senate threatens to evaporate for want of earnestness or rather because the President, will not surrender his constitutional prerogative at the beck of a few Republican managers. It would be very awkwark, though, for these Senatorial politicians who are 60 anxious to make some trouble for tho Administration, to abandon their efforts just at this stage of the pro ceeding. The country has been ex pecting something dramatic, and they feel that they must not fall too flatly flat & Patents Granted. Patents granted to citizens of the Pacific States during the past week, and reported expressly for The Review by C. A. Snow fc Co. Patent lawyers, Opp. U. S. Patent Office, Washington D. C. D. Bullock, SumneV, Wash. Ter., vegatable cutter; K II. Gadsby, San Francisco, climbing device; O. W. Garland, Oakland, CaL, Sewer gas trap; A. S. Hallidie, San Francisco, Tram way for curves; A. J. Hatch, San Franciscc, Fruit drier; F. W. Kroeber, St. Helena, CaL, Vehicle safety rail; A. M. Plato, Portland, Oreg., Electric fire escape; W. O. Kendall, Portland, Oreg., Cutter head; II. Wilcox, Los Gatos, CaL, Fruit jar. Don't fail tjf register April 4tli, 5tb, and 6th. KING'S EVIL Was tLs name formerly given to Scrofula because of a superstition that it could be cured by a king's touch. The world Is wiser now, aud knows that SCROFULA can only be cured by a thorough purifica tion of" the blood, "if this is ncfjlectcd, the disease perpetuates Its taint MirouL'U generation after generation. Among its earlier symptomatic developments are Eczema, Cutaneous Kruptlons, Tu mors, Boils, Carbuncles, Erysipelas, Purulent Ulcers, Nervous aul Phy. SlPfll CnllnnQfV ctn It nllrtivrl tn ritt. tinue, Klieumutism. Scrofulous Ca- tarrb. Kidney aud Liver Diseases. Tubercular Consumption, and vari ous other dangerous or fatal maladies, are produced by it, Ayer's Sarsapanlla l.i the only powerful and always reliable Iho'J-purifying medicine. It is so cilcct ual an alterative that it eradicates from the system Hereditary Scrofula, aud the kindred poisons of contagious diseases and mercury. At tho same time it en riches and vitalizes the blood, restoring healthful action to the vital organs and rejuvenating the entire system. Thkgrcat Regenerative Medicine Is composed of the genuine Honduras Snrsaparilla, with Yellow Dock, Mil linyia, the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, and other ingredients of great po tency, carefully and scientifically com pounded. Its formula is generally known to the medical profession, and the best physicians constantly prescribe Ayer's S.vuSAPAiiiLLA as an Absolute Cure For all disease? caused by the vitiation of the blood. It in concentrated to the high est practicable degree, far beyond any other preparation for which like effects are claimed, and is therefore the cheapest, r.s well as tho best blood purifying uicdl' cine, in the world. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rnEr-ARF.n by Dr. o. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Analytical Chemists. Sold by all Druggists: Trice $1; Six bottles for $3. ! KXHI5AL MERCHANDISE. WAR IN EUROPE! Removal! Kemoval! Memovall On account of our removal into out new Store we propose to offer our entire stock of Gen ci al Merchandise to the Public at such low prices that notwith standing the present hard times and scarcity of money, will en, able everybody to buy ' our goods. ' . - THE ENTIRE STOCK Must be sold before we move Our Stock' is larger andbette r assorted jtliaii iinj in the City. COME AKD EXAMINE A"nd:be your own judge Before iurchaf3ing': Elsewher3 . "Weguarantee our clothes to fit in every particular. WE MEAN BUSINESS And.no mistake. Our place of business is ote door north of the Post Office. CARO BROTHERS. Coos Bay Stage Line! LAIRW A CALVERT, FROl'UIETORS. THROUGH TO COOS CITY IN 14 HOURS' WHERE eotincctiuu is made with Coos BavStaaiu era for all points on the Ray. Stages leave the Post office at R sebum every niorninir, except Sunday calling at the hotels before leaving. THE BEST ROUTE TO COOS BA. Y Particular attention given to the comfort of pass sengc rs. C jref ul dri vers -.nd g d stock. NEW STORE AT IL,I,AR9 OK. wouKl rcsjicctfully iuform ibe public that he haa on band s Hue assortment of Iry ;ods, Groceries, ' R ca tly-lliulc Clot Ii i ng and in fact everything usually kept at a lirst-c'isg store. Give him a call. Goods at Low Prices. AH kinds of Proiluc Taken in Esi'lianc for Ooods. T3uAll orders promptly attendtd to. MISCELLANEOUS pUli Nil URE PA LA OF, j UNCLE JOHN GILDERSLEEVE H.is tlie IliiMt stmk of furniture south f Portland which lie sells aa cheap as it can be liouht ill the Stato. The new faii"lcc! DOUBLE BED LOUNGE. ? i AND PATENT CORNICES. Also has on hum! a full assortment of beds and l-d-diiK, chairs, tables, BUREAUS AND COMMODES, And all kinds of Childrcns Chairs, etc. J. CILDERSLEEVE. CHINESE WASH HOUSE, . AXD LABOR AGENCY! Yung 8am Proprietor. mills POPULAR LAUXDRYM AN HAS OPENED J. business at his old dtiinj iii Hosebur', iitc Carton's Livery Stable. Is prepared to cmiti-act fur Chinese Laborers, Anil furnish COOKS, FARM HELP, WOOD CIIOiTEl:s, KAILKOAD HANDS Or C linese Labor if any description on uliwrt notice. N. P. BUNNELL, FOUNDRY, Machine Shop, Wagon Simp, iJliick.smitli ftliop. HAN MAKE CAST1NCS FROM ONE J online to three tons weight. Suiiill Cn lola for small castings. Money refunded if work is not satisfactory. Portland prices ! Save telegrams and exprcBsajje. LANGENBERG'S Boot audi Shoe Store, Jackson Street, '.Opposite Post Olliec, HoseTmi-g, Orcgou. KEEPS ON HAND TUB LARUKST A XT' UKST assortment of Kastcm and San Knnii isro .-nid other makes of HOOTS, SHOES, WAITERS, SLII' 1'KliS and evcrvt hiii in the Hoot and Shoe line, and WELLS CHEAP FOK CASH. Hoots and Shoes Made to Order, and Perfect Fit Ouaranteed. I use the Best of Leather aud Warrant all my work. Repairing Neatly Done, on lliort Notice, Als,) a full stock of TOYS, NOTIONS MUSICAL INtsTKUMENTN and VIOLIN STIilNGS. LOUIS LANGENBEBG. CIVIL liKND STORE V. L. ARRINGTON, : DEALER IX Dry Goods G-roceics etc Ail Kinds of. Pro(Jo9T4kfn, in Exchange CIVIU BEND, DOUG. CO., OREGON.'' T, L. Gannon, C. A. BlackmaI CARRIAGE, WAGOIT, AND MBLACKSI.IITHSHOP!;? , Adamson'a Old Stantf, Jackson Street. . MANtJFACTrjIlEES OF CARRIAGES, HACKS, EUSGISI . All Kiuda of Repairing Done. Terms ar lleasonable. Oannox.a Blackman. GBANGE BUSINESS I r ASSOCIATION OF ROSEBURG. Wi F. OWENS, Manager. i -DEAL IK Wool and Grain! I ALSO, AGENTS FOR AwruCULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS. I1TH TRANSACT A GENERAL T.USI f V 11 ess in our line aud nav the Hiulicst Market Pricen for Wool and Grain. A fall line of Agricultural Implements kept con stantly on hand, or furnished on short notice at lxmcst Prices. Office and Warehouse OPPOSITE THE DEPOT. Give us a call. W- T- OWEN 3. THE New York Coffee House 1 1 ra. And j Oyster Saloon 51 Leading Check llestaiirani in the City. SIFERD & HACKNEY, PROPRIETORS 132 FIRST STREET, t PORTLAND .. ORECON iPrlvatcU-miiM of the Utcst Design!! for Ladies! ' OrEX DAY AND X1G1IT, NK W"RL:STAU RANT . NEXT DOOK TO UK. MARSTERS. J. W. MoCONNELL (Successor to T. C, )Y &() Desires to announcp to the people that he will give twenty one meals for $4.00. On his tables can he found " the lest that the market affords. FRESH OYSTERS SERVED IN EVERY STYLE. JS'O CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. Awarded Premium at State Fair! 9k. t . W4 I FOUNT LAAIP. r 11. The to .if the fount is so coiii tniclcd as to ntioi any small jil;intnv .f oil thnt iniubt acci dentally run ner, thereby ireveiitin damage to i mire, carjiets, etc. 12. The insurance companies rrci.iiniicnd'Uii'ii use, lieeniiBC they they are non-cx)dosic i te. THE BRILLIANT AND STEADY LICKL I'rodiKTd by these lamps because of their pecu liar codstruction, the main principles bcin a double draft, the outer air tube jrivinj,' fibundaiit supply of oxyircn, which is neccKKiry to insure perfect cmdiustioii (and thereby burninj; tin isliirousatid poisono.TS matter which escapes in other lamps) and the inner or "spreader" uir tubes steadyin;; tin; flame anc predentin;.' its toin in' in contact uilii the Isiinncy. Made by a prominent authority (rives the follow ing letull: THE TEST OF LICHT Ordinary lamps, 8 -11 eanille swcr. Oas lamps, -Jd camlie power. Improved new thica-o Kle.it rie lanij'S., K. ean ille stwcr. Are made ninl can Ik- had itlln r in lirats, N'u kcl or tiold Ih-onze: THE FOLLOWINC STYLES lOl'NT LAMP- ( an be attiicbed to any iras or oil fixture, side bracket, etc., folds I quart of oil and burns 7 S hours. 'rrc f2..r(l to .'i.no ST AX 1 l;VMl-Kor table or desk use. Hol! 1 i uart of "il and burns 7 S hours. :i to ;i.;',y l.lliliAKY lol'XT - Made expressly fibrarv ex tension hangers. 11. .Ids 1 quart of oil and burns 7U hours. Price -i.T't to A 1.1. MtillT KOI NT -Same as Fount Uinp only has a kuircroil reservoir and eon iequcntly i I burn' Ioii;;cr. I'rice, to y.J.'J;,. Send For One. r.KWAKE OF IMITATIONS! Caii Only he Obdiined from i s. HITCH V But you do oefore " ' W. G. WOODWA -AND- Buy a New Set of Harn One of ihc Biggest and fj,cst Stock of Goods ever JJroiight -lV Town. iiseiothiDg but the host leather, and have Lot - r EVERYTHING IN T1IH LINE. f. Cr. Woodwards &,oseoirg. -SUCCESSOR TO- Atatem, Wheeler' -DEALERS IN- CEWERAL MERCHANDISE, JRosebnr Uas on hand constantly a uencnu. JHcrcUajiUisc ana will ..wMuua iivh io UUtO,. YYllU-111 W IJCiUCI illlUll 011110 scarcity of money and tne present depression i slimy their own interests by . i . - " . - lieiore purchasing cisewnere, ftf. fiKt ni" lncu lli.ui -of Ivtif" xrJll r'f7i : m " ' At Tlie Lowest Living Fiofit. Produce Of All Kinds Taken 'At Market Trice. i Drain! & Co,- lrain. GENERAL DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, - Teas; ' 1 Hardware, o -O- HJiTS, CJ1FS, BOOTS AU3-JD SHOES n stomei-s will find otu- stock compW, comprising manV articles it is hn lofaiWe here?to fllilf. it l fur ftlf.lt iritnivkfit r. ...I luutvu urcnasc3 nere as we Vi only. -re imirli. Vrtt " - MAPT TM. . - ' " i-T . H AT.T. ATIH r"rS'rtln Z T"w Blfl. " Unowned, jhestandard fo. General Western Passenger Agent, "nrl . No. 2 Washington St.? i, op, senxor illustrated catalogue. KflKlilil littii AllIS CO., liEHI HAYE5, C055. Portland, Orego POSITIVELY NON4SXPI.GSIVE! THE CHI ELECTRIC !AG0 LAMP! 520ANDLE ROWER "Silt: ONE AND V.K OXVINtKI..-' fc DDKKSS: j I UH10AG0 ELECT rt or. I irst & Washington ht i r Awoiijj its many advantages ELE0TEIU LAMP 00- hllcela. roriland. Or. hnay be cniiini rntcd the f, 1. The lamj), by the lav. TIVKtV !SV.N-S.lLOMYK. f intiire, is jo-t- -. i v cannot break or sin ke a chinmey. an be used. t of J cent i.i.r Imiir. 6. An ordinary chimney 4. The lanii burns at a c One wick will last u to 6 m J lie Il k is fnroilw .l free with every Uiim. i. J lie lomi:M licilir. '.H!is. ' I break, but one lanni will U-.. le Oi' IjIAS i'.M.liMt What ft a life time, i alone will so'ilice to pay f.,i ti lain., " " V. This lyni. has Uieonl j wicli uVaviocal tl-.rt requires no tichljr of icJ. and al. the i.u'.s tli.i' !m ,1.... .1 I . you saie on cMimiev '."".."' "Ial '"ii.sstlie k up peilcctlv civi lu, iiie wick trims itscli ii turned d.iwn until utet In S't nit witii or less beiiiL' ail the i.t J .'4 X"-7 : K i 4 hi -'v.-,t..-,;t. f 'A v t STAND .AMP. that come DON'T FAIL TO CALL. ON ME 1 Oregon. T '" "rs aem :oi(l mri M out liein' blown, a luinuti timrrmitn.....! . mi j 'ijouad to S 1 0 P MM larce and comnlcle assortment. 0fKR?M. "Washington. and Oregon be pleased to sed i s old frionrlsi business, will calling on ivm bid examining 1 do not claim to so 1 fronds nf.u...i .11 ...l.L ..."i : ... I ' WIT i !luuul'"'-ine Sol. Abraham. Doughs .Cel., Oregon, DEALERS IN I Crockery, o enumerate. Z all can he satisGed y and sell fort-ash i MtrsK-si; fflll gaiiK? made In 32 callire, 0 graina powder ;3S car. " iv una 09 graini, p ae nraaeesi Kiwting nue I O UTL AN I) A I) YEIITISEM EKTS C. W. KNOWI.ES, ST. CHARLES HOTEL (EUROPEAN PLAN.) C. W. KNOWLES, Proprietor. l-'lHST CLASS IX EVKKY UESPJiCT. Good Restaurant Connected With The Keuse f'ire -r f thick JJnildin loll Kouuis. In the CliiUi of the Utv i oi:. i i;ont AM' jio!;i;i.son st.s., I oi.ti. and lanoi'MAN ri,.x. vi.VIOND HOTEL, First Class !n Ever Particular, rilKXKR I'll. NT .M) Jlc.ilKISOX Sl.s OKKUON Tuo.MAy ;i IVoorictor. rpiIE ST. CI1AKLES UESTAUKANT. CiiAiii.r.s IIeilman, l'ropficlor. liw vorv Li'st in tlic Mnrk-1 is .set liffoiH? von. INTERNATIONAL HQTEI,, Gor. Third and E streets. Portland, Oregon. IiKl'LCKO KATES, l'KICES TO SUIT THE TIME mm-? LAU i: avh wki.i.-aI'Poixtko iioi .se A "Iters siiiiermraomiHodatioiis at i.tular j.riceo. .Meals K.,oms Sk. :ld .Vie. Onl.V three blocks fr..ni: OcjN.ts and .Steamer landings, IVee l'.nss to ad fn.m ti e Hold No Chinese servants. No oer halves or dc iatioii from regular rates of jl.00 Jier buy. raarij tf U. X.EVTISTON. PronV. Kstabliihed A. ROBERTS, Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or. THE READING QlQimm,, HATTER AND OF OREGON. j e'TIIE PLACE TO ETJY.J5 J B CONGLE. Manufacturer, Wludesalu and llelail Dealer In SADDLES, HARNESS, 103 and llo Front 8trcct PORTLAJTP". OUE.C!OJff Malansscno and Clements New Furniture Store. IN MARK'S OLD STORE. A full lino of first -class Furniture. Anything repaired or made to order. CALL IXSTAXTER Grca Ov erland liou e ! THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD -ONLY LINE RUKN1H0- Pullman Palace Sleeping Oara, Magnificent Day Coaches, and Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Cars, -WITH BERTHS FREE OF COST- TCi TUH T? A CT Vi;l s ,aisl a Minneapolis. only transcontinemtal line running PALACE DINING CARS. (Meals. 75 Cents.) FASTEST TIME EVER MADE FROM THE COAST OVER THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD To Sioux City, Council Bluffs, St Jost-pli, Atchison, Lea veil wort Ii, Kansas City, ISurliiiton, Quiue.y, ttSt. Louis, S Chicago AND ALL POINTS- O ' "i;Asm and n ljASl AND O OUTHEA.m OUTIIEAS J o- -O Via St. Paul and Minneapolis. -t SLEEPITVG CllS ,- Ave hauled on regular Ex press Trains over he Entire Length of ' HE nun I ncnil TAUiriU nAILnUAU- Leave Portland at 3:00 p,m., daily; ar rive at MinncnpoiiR or St. Jraul lz:3U p. m., third day. Connection made at St Paul and Minneapolis to all points East, South and Southeast. ri PACIFIC DIVISION. a ram leaves rortlana daily at 11:4 y A. jr., arriving at New Tacoma C:30 p. sr., connecting v illi 0."Pi. k N". Co.'s boats for all points on Pugct Sound. A. D. ClIARLTOJf, Or. Ki:ni50Ll, ftilJp-Stairs .,vlt L. fit's Jewelry Stor KOSEBURC fiSECOH. f5 f.,r 'M ALLEY, Prwnii-lr l iho nosEnunu makbj.i: wouks. And Dealer ii. ' Tfi3ii;sT;NFs, Tatlkis, Et!. Srhrip l!enr.f Ili ;;rnV nt.ire. CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS AND COPYRICIiTS Obtained, and all other business in the V. S Patent, Ofllco atuuded to for MODEKATE FEES. Send MODEL pit DRAWING. We ndvite as latentabil:ty i, of charge; aud u-o inake N CHANGE I NLLbB WE OUTAIS PATENT. ' We refer here to the I'ostniaMer. the Supt. Money Order Div., and to officials of the U. S. ratcnt olice. For circular, advice,, tcnua au rcfercnees to actual clients i u your own State county, w rite to C, A. S0W. & CO., Oj.sitc Patent Oiriee,- Wash:ii;ton, D. C. BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT BOWEN BROS. Jlav dissolved Ihc copartn-nihip cxiBt iiiji UtwCen Bunnell & Dowen LVes. and arc now prepared to do all work in their Hue in a WORKMANLIKE MA NX El", A.Np AT KEAsoXACLK RATES. CT. kJSs Xt- "Et2M&9 ) A Full Lino of Staple aud Fancy Groceries Taulc axd Pocket Cutlery, Glassware, Crockery Quecasware, Etc. Goods Delivered anywhere in 'the City limits, Free of Charge. nm SALE A GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION , IN LOOKING CLASS, ' General lercliaudise. LoL Wain House and Store with Stock on hand, on lieasouitlle Terms. Inn uirG of W. 0URAX MEDICAL- -Oft. UEQI&'S M OSDKlaUL Geruiati Invigorator Men whd are suffering f rum Uiscsv mid Vcakneag Uro't vu jy early i niiirtideike or CXB..4KM . ........ ..am...... jlebility, premature decay, ltt uianhowl, etc., hav- ... ii. u every jtunvn rcme1v, should iirr- curo i immediately bu. LltDItrs 1KVIGO1UT0K ,?IUu 8. .-i. ' j-j)-, - i i i ' ., ,-, u. 7UK IfOGfuU wiil agnra'tu forfeit l,000 for ciso umlurtekeH,- net -cured. -The reasH why w niacy camio sreti-ured of weaktK-sg nd thaalKivc diseases w owiwrtonipHt3Ui.n xallcd l'KOKTA TURKI1KA with . HvpencslUsiii. khini. eceiai tr!tnic- ' . - . ' L1EB1U S ISViCOIU-Bill: No. 2, hndvr ur euro havepiajcioxnyeerwal-i t. h ireatffiento i uasc oi olou. . , . . . . , . ; HrlraplrssjHsirwr Hie feci " if ymr become I it- tUUwWfal.ni. C I m of Titelity mProHtatwrhta. UuHdreds a-; liyes h.ve been l,t and ytuoasnd tiv9 ht their ?r.rierty and plcasiire t. I . "v-u,, . .ntucoie; or wormy to us -of the acrotom. oitcn tl.o m.i- , .. . . T Mauhowlj Debility, etc. etc., Ult. JJEBIG'8 luviif orator. ifo.- S, is llio ouv Inown ,.,o.i ... ,Z above eompheatlon, and a perfect and nnianco cure will be guaranteed in all , nndef taken uue der ourspecud advice and treatment. os powcrttu electric belts free to vi:r patients. To itrovfl the wonderful TOR, A 2 BOE GIVEN FiiEE. vail or address. Dr. Uebig & Co'e Private Dlapensnrr. rn. -minti-js-. THE SPECIALIST. No. 11 .KEARNEY ST., SAN FUANCISCO, CAL. 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