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Ponce, lJorto Illco. , ENGLAND'S FUTURE KING. Always Clothed la the Very Plalaa ; Kind of Frocks. Those wise little mothers who decry the American habit of overdressing ' wee bits of babies will be Interested to know that Trlnco Albert, the small tnlte of 4 years, who Is In tho direct line of succession to the throne of En gland, . wears the plainest kind of V -v7f , 3 raise albebt. frocks and bonnets. The children of the royal family arc always clothed Imply. Tbeir little arms are unham pered with frills and furbelows, and ribbons and bows are not continually getting Into their precious mouths or tickling their soft, pretty necks. Little Prince Albert, whose picture Is here Btren, wears tucked skirts of pique and blouses of the same material, trimmed with braid of plain white or turkey red. The children of many of the well-to-do Americans are costumed in 'small gar ments every bit as costly Prince Albert's younger brother, Prince Albert Frederick Arthur George of York, who Is one year younger thou the eldest baby of the Dnke of York's Interesting family, plays bis baby games in ordinary frocks of nainsook, trimmed perhaps with a few dainty tucks or edgings of delicate hand em broidery. The little sister, Princess Victoria, who was 1 year old April 25 last, has for everyday wear plain fine little slips that have neither heavy lace-trimmed flounces to hamper her small legs or elaborately made yokes to fret her Infant mind. I f RELIC OF MEDIEVALISM. Qnlatain Paid to Be the Only f arriv ing Specimen la England. A curious clause, taking one right bock to the middle ages, appears In the title deed of a house which Is now to be sold lo the village of Offham, In Kent, says the Westminster Gazette. Scheduled, as part of the "messuages, lands, hereditaments and premises" Is the village quintain, which still swings on its stout oaken post before the house, and the purchase must coven ant to keep the relic of a bygone pas time In good repair. One end of the swinging crossbar of this quintain (said a Ha ah nnlv Miirvlvfnff aiwlmon In England) Is shaped like a square tar- got pierced with a number of boles Into wmcn tne point or tne piayer s iaoce ; i would enter. When struck it would swing round, and unless the player ' were nimble the sandbag hung on the other end of the crossbar would swing round and unseat blm. Here Is a chance seldom met in these modern days of gutting back into medievalism. The Will 11! i l l .,. r ill I xt-rji, . Til qUUrTAIJl AT OFFHAM. owner has only to don the contempo rary costume, tilt fit tho quintain and lmugia that the clock has benn put back a few centuries. Truo HonpHslitf. The WasltiiiKtot) Post prints a "true ',ry," told by a rotlroil flrniy olf.wr. 'i'lie ennrrrt'iice nnppenrt ,M UX- 1 . . V J Tut' jk J . i . tem. -Colonel X. was making a long march, and the provision wagons had gone astray. He was hot and tired and hungry, when he met Major B., who Invited him home presumably to some fortto breakfast. The major's fortunes were at a low ebb, and when the breakfast was brought on It proved to consist entirely of rice rice cooked in the wonderful Southern fashion, with every kernel perfect The hungry guest ate a spoon ful. He detests rice. Then he waited for a second course. "Have some rice, colonel," said the major, whom nothing ever disconcerts, quite as If the rice had but that mo ment disappeared. "Nor snapped the colonel. "I'm -a Kentucklan, sir, and I don't eat rice. I don't eat rice, sir. Give me something else." "Why, certainly colonel, certainly," said the host "Try some of the mus tard; It's very fine, sir, very fine." VICTIM OF CONSPIRACY. Beautiful Mrs. "Jack" Wllmerdlns'a Friends Claim she Is Mot Insane. For some time past New Tork society has been deeply interested in the un fortunate case of Mrs. "Jack" Wllmer dlng, the beautiful scion of the Vander Ink family who is confined in the Bloomlngdale Asylum. Her friends claim that she Is not Insane and that she Is the victim of conspiracy and they have gone to the courts to secure her release. Mrs. Wllmerdlng was Marie Allen, the daughter of Vaixierbllt Allen, and grandnlece of the old Commodore Van derbilt. She was a pretty, dashing girl, and "Jack" Wllmerdlng fell in love with her and married her In 1802. Husband and wife were both fond of gayety, and Mrs. Wllmwdlng spent money freely. She was not without some fortune of her own, and her gowns were the envy of many women who had more wealth but less origin ality. '"The marriage J was unhappy. There were violent quarrels and dispu tations until things were brought to climax one night In Delmonico's, when "Jack" threw a plate of Ice cream Into his wife's pretty face. A separation followed and Marie went to live with her father, who was In Italy. Her nervous system was entirely broken, and at her father's advice she returned to America to seek rest In a sanitarium. In a tvw hours after her lauding she was in Bloomlngdale Asy lum. Worldly Wisdom. A relative whom Mrs. Uppenup bad not seen for many years came one day to visit her. . "Maria," said Mr. Uppenup, after tho family had retired to rest that evening, "It seems to me you weren't any too cordial to Cousin Harriet, considering the fact that this Is the first time you and she have met for nearly a quarter of a century. Yon didn't even smile when you greeted her." "Henry," replied Mrs. Uppenup, "have yon noticed that when I smile It wrinkles my face all over? Well, I didn't want the wrinkles of twenty-five years to take effect on her all at once." Jnggeraant Story a Fake. The ghastly stories told of many of the Indian fanatics who, at the relig ious festivals, throw themselves be neath the wheels of the Juggernaut car are for the most part Imaginative. These car festivals, which sometimes attracted as many as 100,000 pilgrims, have certainly resulted In loss of life; but it is stated these deaths were pure ly accidental One of the most distressing things In the world Is to bear any one scold who Is so old and fecblo that his breath gives out Men do not propose marriage ontsldo of novels, though. tho result of calling on a girl and treating her to soda Is just the same. , - What has become of the old-fashioned people who on a hot afternoon used to make their own soda water Soma politicians are like corkscrews --ratbar crooked, but they bavs $ strong pal, . MBS. "jack" wilmkhdiho. Wlf ef the Former Republic's Awer . lcnn-Hwltn President. Now that Hawaii Is annexed it is proper to Inquire who Is to bo tho "flrst Udy of the land, or of the Islmnis, to be more explicit. It Is possible that there may be, as In the rose of the United States, ' numerous successive "first ladles" of Hawaii, but at present Mrs. Dole, tho wife of the American Hawaiian who was ttw President of the former republic, occupies tho enviable position. Mrs. Dole used to bo Miss Annlo P. Cat of Massachusetts. She Is only a few years younger than her husband, and the reports that come from Americans who have traveled In Hawaii say that the is one of the most fasciuatlng women in nil the delightful MRS. DOL. Islands. There Is no limit to her tact, and a woman better fitted for a dig nified position In life than is Mrs. Dole could not be found. Mr. and Mrs. Dole live In very slmplo yet comfortable style In their Honolulu home. Both are loved and respected by everybody In the capital, and even the most bitter enemy of the republic cannot but ad mire the President and his charming wife. President Dole, It should be said, Is a native son of the Islands, although his parents were Americans. His father and mother both went many years ago to Hawaii as Christian mis sionaries. Mr. Dole was ediiaiteiljn Massachusetts, and It was while a stu dent there thai he met the girl who was destined to be "the flrst lady" In the land of Kalokaua. To-day. Never was the Christian re ligion so effective as it Is to-day Itev. T. T. Munger, Unitarian, New Haven, Conn. A Noble Motive. The motive of our nation is an onseiush and noble one. Bev. W. H. Moreland, Episcopalian, San Francisco, Col. Glory. Death means for each one of us the entrance Into glory or the en trance Into gloom. Itev. Mr. Burbor, Baptist, Columbus, Ohio. A Tulplt Artist A preacher should be an artist whoso business It Is to make men feel bis message.-Iter. F, James, Episcopalian, Philadelphia, Ta. In Need. There are times when one wants to bo comforted, when we pray to be kept nearer to the heart of God. Bev. C. C Hall, Presbyterian, New Tork City. Tower. The secret of power In the material realm consists In our ability to lay hold of the forces In nature. Bev. Lyman Abbott, Congregational 1st, Brooklyn, N. Y. Obrlst It is far better to know whom we trust, and that be is able to keep all we commit to blm until the last great day. Iter. Dr. Cuyler, Tres byterlan, Brooklyn, New York. Religion. The Christian religion Is to some a' series of propositions concern ing life, and divine purposes require in tellectual assent Bev. D. S. Jordan, Unitarian, Palo Alto, CaL God Will Help.-IIowcvcf difficult, arduous or responsible your work may be, rest assured that God will prove your sufficiency. Rev, J. A. Henry, Presbyterian, Philadelphia, Pa. No Reform In Spain. Spain stands untouched by the reforming ideal which Influenced even such barbarous countries as Russia and Turkey. Rev, J. M. Scovell, Baptist, Philadelphia, Pa. Revelation. What does faith In God mean unless it means that be has spoken to us and revealed himself to us In the person of humanity? Rev. J. W. Atwood, Episcopalian, Columbus, Ohio. Evolution. The evolutionary theory Is beginning to Impart something of Its largeness and scope to all our concep tion of human life and destiny. Rev, J. H. Ecob, Congregatlonallst, Denver, Colo. Christian Peculiarity. Trno Chris tian peculiarity lies in differing from the world in character. As to conduct, decent men everywhere are the sami outwardly. Rev. Dr. F. Crane, Metho dist, Chicago, 111. Deaths from 8nake Bites. Fully 20,000 of the population of In dia are annually killed by snake bites. The most deadly of all Indian reptile appears to be the cobra dl capello, which Is greatly dreaded by tho bare legged Hindoos. With a view to re ducing the mortality, the government tried the effect of offering a reward for snakes' beads; but, instead of diminish ing the number of these reptiles, It only Increased It as It was discovered that the natives were breeding the suukes la order to secure the reward. A Ont-oMhe-Wsy Verdict. A Georgia Jury recently brought la the following extraordinary verdicts "We, the Jury. And the defendant al most guilty," New York Tribune. "That hospital," said the guide, "wot built and endowed by a deaf mute." "Ipdeed!" said tho loquacious lunatic) "then It Is the flrst authentic case of being dumb-founded that I ever en countered." New York Journal Most men spend too much time act Ing on committees. are great suflVrers and they dewrvs sym paihy rather tlmii owisuw. Their blood l poor nd thin and their nrv are enn iequently weak. Such people find relief iul cure in Hood's 8arftmrilli liecunso it purities mid enriches tho blood and gives it power to ferd, strengthen and sustain the nerves. If you are nervous and man. not sleep, tnke Hood's Sitranparllla and realize Its nerve strengthening power. Hood's Sarsaparilla ta America', tirestest Mpdictno. six totlA, Hood's Pills rnr sll I.lvrr Ills. 3ft ent. PORTLAND LETTER. A risasant I'laes to I.Its In Good Wator, (looit StroMi and Handsome llninoi The Coming KsnoalMon. Portland, Sept. 19. (To the Editor.) When Joe Meek and Lialie Apple state and Christopher Columbus pre dicted that the Not th west was going to develop into a rich and productive region and that cities- and towns wete joing to spring up all over it, thoy earnod medals for voracity that wero never awarded to thorn. But tho poo pie, who Oiime after thorn are onjoiyng the fruits of their predictions, and will throw flowers on tho graves ot thoao prophets. For the Northwest has developed and is developing, and Portland, is one of the piottiest places on the const. It was wise forethought on the part of nor pioneer peoplo to plant shade trees along the sides of tho streets, fur now they add beauty to the landscape, and in no oity of the world do thoy show to bctvor advantage. Poitland's streets are well phaded by dny and well light ed by night, for the wonderful electric current is rverywhoie and ever ready to aid humanity. Portland's business stieets are well paved and full of life, and her business houses contain everything needed for the use of man. IIci homes are neat and tasteful and in tniin; cased elegant, and stand in spots wheie not many years ago flouirshed the fir forest Portnlnd peoplo are enterprising, and invite the people ot the whole Northwest to come and visit thorn this full, and to entottain theii guests they have arrunuod to hold the Oregon In dustrial Exposition from September 33 to October 23. Portland people have subscribed $13,000 in hard cash to pay the expense of this exposition, and it will be one ot the grandest events that ever occurred in the Northwest, It will contain everything to make it attractive, interesting and - instruc tive. There will be the band concerts every afternoon and evening by Ben nett's full military band of 83 pieces, and it will be the finest music ever heard in the Noithwest The wonder ful Ilegelmans have been engaged, and they will amaze the audience with their great aerial acrobatio feats. All sorts of new and attractive amusemonts will be given in connection with the exposition, and there will be a repre sentation of Southern plantation life, and free cooking lectures, and a baby show and children's oarnivul and a lady's department, and a school ex hibit and a manual training scohol in operation every day. Everything will be on a magnificent scale throughout, and every person who visits the exposi tion will And something new and novel, to inteicst, instruct oi amuse them. Ono of tho special features will he tho wedding in public, which Is open free to all couples, and the rfewly-uianicd ones are goncrous'y remembered with wedding presents. Your correspondent was at tho Expo sition building today and saw the ar rangements being made for the great fair, and noted that there was going to be a big display of all the fruits, giains, grasses, vegetables and commer cial timber produced in the Northwest, and good, solid gold medals costing 30 each are going to be awarded for tho best exhibits. The exposition building Is an im mense structure 200x400 foot, suitably divided off. The grand music hall is 100x300 feet and three stories high, with an arched glass roof. Tho build ing cost 1150,000, and it is convenient ly looted being within easy walking distance ot the hotels and business part of the city, or reached from any part on a five-cent fare on street-cars that pass its doors. All the railroad and steamboat lines are going to make special low rates to the oxjiositien from all parts of the Noithwost, and the admission fee is only going to ho 25 cents, children 10 cents. People who attend will remem ber it as one ot the pleasant events of their lives. It. Conductivity of Mflitnlns Rods. , Some interesting experiments bearing on the conductivity of lightning con ductors have been mado by Professor Koch, as reported In Industries and Iron. He formed a chain several yards long with links of iron oxide, and placed It in circuit, with the accumu lator cells and a galvanometer, the chain being In a room 230 yards from the galvanometer. When a spark was discharged in the vicinity of the chain, the deviation of the galvanometer showed that the resistenoe of tho circuit was reduced to one-thonsandth of its normal value, and in a second experi ment the resistance fell to one ten thousandth of the normal. From these experiments Professor Koch finds an explanation why lightning conductors with poor conductivity are nevertheless effective in thunderstorms. . Tho bscil atious produced provoke an enormous rednction of resistance at the proper in stant to facilitate the flow ot the cur rent through the conductor. TFAOON8 IHPliOVKD. The new Improved Btoughton wntjons stand the racket. Three more car loads an on the way. It pars to have the bent. Write for free catalogue. JOHN i'OOI.K, sole spent, foot ol Morrison street, Port land, Or, Under International law warships in distress for lack of coal may purchase enough at a neutral port to carry them back back to the -nearest port -of their own country. I shall recommend Plso's Cure for Con sumption far and wide. Mrs. MiiIIIkmi, plumttead, Kent, England, Nov. 8, li. A boxful of earth from the Garden of Gethsemane was sprinkled over Mr, Gladstone's coffln. It was once oustoroary in Frnnoe when guosts had remained too long for the host to serve a cold shoulder of rtntton instead of hot loust. This was the origin of the phrase "to give the cold shoulder." . It has lung bttun an Oiiiiii swrot that John Sherman was cut. ont of MoKin- ley'a cabinet beoause he was alleged to have lost his grasp ot details. Recent published statements from the Oh o statesman indicate its old-time incisive power. It Sherman really was failing mentally, hate and a thirst for revenge have worked as a powerful restorative. His case, if it has been correctly le portcd, will prove an interesting study for the export psychologist It sus tains a belief long entertained by stu dents of mental disorders that mental vigor must bo sustained to some degree by tho passions by ambition, or love, or bnto, or rivalry. Great intellects oan not safely jnovo In sluggish current. They require notion and movement, and lacking these consume themselves. Spokesinan-ltoviow. tub onowfii or socialism. It In nreuod br d- en thinkers l)it the urowth ot aocUllm In dim o the Inriro Htnntli)(r armies ot th world, In wh eh men ure ollou nisdu lo mllt aitulust tlioli will, ml tluia bi-cumu ills enntenuut with i xtmlng cemllllxna. Tho K mi will of s itrimgi t rore ot lenplu In duo lo the InrKe Halo "I lmtMtor'a Mtomiich Hitters, which ta tho bmt pintlclne lor i'inttvciiosii, dyapepata, levor, at to and alt nervous trouhlea. Try one bottle. Cats oan swim If thoy only oaro to exert themselves sufficiently. Tho ancient Kgyptians used to tish with them on tho Nile, Recording to tho rep lesentations on walls and so forth that have come down to ub. Trj Schilling's Dest tea and basins powder. There l more Caurrh In this section ot tho country than all other dliraaca ut tuirotln-r, ami until the last tew years wa auppowd tu tx) Incurable. For s (treat many years tlmMora pro nounced it a local disease, and iirescritxid local rvmcdlca, and ly constantly laillnir to euro with local treatment, pronounced It Incurahle. Sctenctt has proven catarrh to ho s constitu tional (tlsea-w, and lhrtore requlroa constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man il 'a -lured ly K. J. I'hitncy . Co., Toltfdo, Ohio, Is the only constltnllouai cum on tho market, It la taken Internally In dosca from to drops to a tcasiMwnful. It sots directly on tho mood and mucous surfaces of the aystcm. They offer ono hundred dollar for any caiat It tails to euro, tiend for cln ultra and U'Hltmonlala. Ad drenx. K. J. I'll KN K Y A CO., Tolwt , O. Sold ty Prngiflsta, 7.'. Hall's family Tills are the boat. All deserts are situated, whoro the winds from tho oooan, before reaching them are exhausted of their moisture by passing over mountains or aoroea extensive tracts of land. No household la complete without s hottls of the famous Jease Moore Whiskey. It la a pure and wholesome stimulant rccommvuded by sll physlcisna. Don't neglect this necessity. There are 008 registered distilleries in North Carolina, Virginia has 618, aud Kentucky 877. PIT$ Vermammtly Cured. So fllaor wroiians 11 1 sJXer llrat day s use of lir. Kline's tirrai Nerve lteatorcr. Send lor FBt.at Sa.oo trial bottle and treatise, DR. B. U. JUsUutL Ltd., ftji) AiUi street, vuuadelpuia, fa, Klectrlo HesnotssS, Lawson Tate of London has been giv ing successful exhibitions of the virtues of his new electrio hemoetat, intended for the arrest of bleeding in surgical operations. A platinum wire, ar ranged to carry a current, is enclosed in the blades of a pair of steel foroept or any other requisite atensil, the wire being insulated by a bed ot bnrnt pipe eliy. In practice a current of suitable voltage is turned on, the artnry seized and compressed, and in a few seconds the tissues and the aiteriul walla ure so agglutinited that the passage of blood Is rendered impossible. The temperature employed is alxmt 180 do grees Fahrenheit, showing a great differ ence between this and the electric cau terizing instruments, and the necessity for a ligature is removed. OPEN LETTERS FROM Jennio EL Oroen and Mrs. Harry Hardy. jKJisna E Orbkn, Denmark, Iowa, writes to Mrs. Plnkham: "I had been sick at my monthly periods for seven years, and tried almost everything I ever heard of, but without any benefit. Was troubled with backache, headache, pains in the shoulders and dizziness. Through my mother I was Induced to try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has done me so much good. I am now sound and welL Mrs. IlAJtRT IlARnr, Riverside, Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham tho story of her struggle with serious ovarian trou ble, and the benefit she received from the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. This is hor letter: " How thankful I am that I took your medicine. I was troubled for two years with inflammation of the womb and ovaries, womb was also very low. I was In constant ml'-y. I had heart trouble, was short of breath and could not walk five blocks to save my lifo. Suffered very much with my back, had headache all the time, was nervous, menstruations were Irregular and painful, had a bad discharge and was troubled with bloating1. I was a perfect wreck. Had doctored and taken local treatments, but still was no better. I was advised by one of my neighbors to write to yon. I have now finished tho second bottle of Mrs. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and am better In every way. I am able to do all my own work and ean walk nearly a mile without fatigue; something; I had not been able to do for over two years. Your medicine baa dons xds more good than all the doctors." of "Armatroni Combined Theory snd Praetlcs of Bookkeeping- are nnmeroua. Investigate this new method of teaching, ft is extremely Interesting, thoroughly practical. - Qotng to Business College? Do not fall to team what snd how we tcsch. fOKTLAND BUHINEHH COM.EUK, I'orlland, Oregon, (.'all. or write. Visitors always wet soma. A. P. Abhstsomo, Principal, ISflll BY Mltl money by siicceeful I (II L ft I speculation In Chicago. VVs .Jill II I buy shdatill wheat oo mar ls llaWIt I Kins. Fortunes have beea made on a amall bcglunlng by trading In lit tures. Writs for lull particulars, iieat of ref erence given. Several years' es perlence on th Chlcsito Board of Trade, snd S thorough know ledge of the business. Hendfnrnnr free refer ence book. BOWNINM, lltiPKlNB A Co., (,'hleaao Hoard of Trado Brokers. OOlccs lu Portland, Oregon snd Seattle, Wsab. YOUR LIVER Is it Wrong? Get It Right Keep It Right Moore's IteTsaled Ilemedy wlUdolt. Three noses win msxe you icel tetter. Oct It from your dructflst or sny wholesale drug bows, or trora Stewart a Holmes Drug Co.. Hesttls. "rT . sis id .in sitai us as mm - Clint it m a Atond Tin 1 I I Best Cough Syrup, f astea OuodV VaS I I In tlniA. SUklri tar rtpiitrirlaiiL r f """I'aeM Bits' Wen dntoovereiriu Iiniiti a stratijje plntwlilnh possesses al; iBhliig hiagnxtio , power, Tne hVtid touching it immediately receives' a stront! niagnoUo shook, while at it dis tance of 90 feel a nuignctio needle Is affected by it. ' In Lap'aud, it is said, dress fush ions have not changed tor 1,000 years. sey "4 Ptrftci TtptotthtHighntOrdttof ' Cxcolhnc in Manufacture. " waft6TBaKer&Oo:s Breakfast coa Absolutely Furc, Delicious, Nutritious. . ..Costs less man BKECEIT I Cup.. lie aura that you gal tl Genuine Article, . made at DORCHESTER, MASS. by WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. ' ElTAMaKHftD Ijfto. J MMswAsAs Consider Well Itefnro Acting. "Oeennso an ncqniiinttinoe of you is has s set of plate teeth that nro (living good satisfaction is not always a Raat antue that yon oan moot with the sumo results whun your teeth are all extract ed, (or there are a great oi cent ol mouths that will not tolerate a plate ot any kind, and tho only way you can de termine tliis fact Is by a trial," say Dr. Thomas 11. White, at the north east corner ot Morrison and Fourth streets. "When your natural tooth have been ail taken out the plate Is the only reoourso, and it you are unfortu nate enough to have a mouth that will not retains plate, misery the rest of yotn life will bo the ultimate result. Therefore It is of vital Importance to knop yonr natural teeth as long as pos sible. It Is not always necessary to have your tooth extracted because they are decayed even to the gum margin, or because they pain yon and you ran not use tbem in suoh condition, for 05 per oo tit of such teeth can be restored to a good, healthy and sorviceable con dition. The proRrtiss of dontal soienco has made it easy for an np-to-dato den tist to repioduee the lost pa its of those organs, making them thoroughly reli able in every sense. "When thcro are but tow teeth or old roots remaining in the mouth do not have them extrnatod because some dentist that is not in possession of the late methods of crown and bridge work advises extraction and plato. Tiy to find some one wearing bridge woik, and reason for yourself. You will not re grot your investigation, and will, I feci sure.al ways remember this suggestion. '' ATUS ENGINES AND )10II.F.R. C3V I A. G. LONG, FIRE APPARATUS i WATERWORKS SUPPLIES 171 F0URIH IT.. 0P. Fl'l Oifl. HIADQUASTERI. P0IIIAN0, 0 "Champion" Chemical Fire Kuslnra. Hook snd Lsddcr Tructa, 1 1 use tarts, Steam ers, Klre llydrsnta. and a full atm:k of Klrc lieparimeut Huppllca, "Keystone" VVasrd t'utton Klre Hose, having- a record for Inns ecrv Ire that cannot he equalled. II la the heal niadrj aund fur a sample and ya will learn why. Ilaheock Klre Killiiulahra. The "Halicock" la the nn'OKiiKcil standard es. tlnifulshcr nnlveraaltr iiM'dln Ihe Kirn lepartiucnt Fcrvlce. Kvery catlnsulshcr liav Ins tills plant la tosted pounds to the auuare inch, bHIhiiikIi the worklns pressure Is only ah..ut lis) pounds. Made o.' heavy solid copper, with a spun lop; no riveted Joints; lias a shut off notile, whereby the orarator can Control the stream, thla twlng the. most essi'iitlal point in a firs esilnKUlrsicr. Ilcware of any rlro emliiKuislier not liavln a abut-off, leal It he s cheaply con structed machlun, not capable ol eouftnlns; the preastire tn-rslrd, ('heap Imitations are on the market, made of lixht msterlal, with rlvvled juluia, and ao cheaply con structed as nut lo be able to hold the pressure were It confined for but a moment. ...... REDUCED PRICES. e GAL. SIZE 930.00 3 CAL SIZI 915.00 Including Supply ol Chemical Chsrges with Kaoh. , A Beautiful In order to further introduce ELASTIC STARCH (Flat Iron Ilrand), the manufacturers, I. C. Hubingur liros. Co., of Keokuk, Iowa, have decided to QIVE A WAY a beautiful present with each package of starch sold. These presents are in the form of Beautiful Pasta! Picturos They are 13x19 inches in sire, and are entitled as follows: Lilacs and Pansles. Pansies and Marguerites. mnm a- r, . feta!leotiaf'v 1. These rare nlctures. four In number, by the renowned naste! f I .bn. I VT a ... V..fL hau. KAAft In his studio and are now offered for the first time to the public . The pictures are accurately reproduced in all the colors used In the orig inals, and are pronounced by competent critics, works of art. Pastel pictures are the correct thing for the home, nothing surpassing them In beauty, richness of color and artistic merit. One of these pictures IT" I m m ' ' m :!!hcyof Hast 10 StarcSi purchased of your grocer. It is the best laundry starch on the market, and is sold for 10 cents a package, Ask your grocer for this starch and get a beautiful nirture. i w Good 1 --"" A IrconfcJ whtMuv "Seut.i ting's-Best drink more tea'a year than other people.' " oREaory. i Opens la PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 21 Closes OCTOBER 22, 1893. The Finest and (irestcst K position ""''I In lliu Northwest, Products ot Oregon snd Washington will bo displayed In wonderful prolusion, Incliid tg more sarlcllcs than ever Ix-fors gathered toscUior In one eihlblU 6QL0, StLVEB MO BRONZE MEDALS KILL III 1WAR3EB Marvelou.lr Illeh Specimens from Ost Gold, Silver and Other Mines. Bennett's Renowned Military Band ' Has been engaged lor the season. Astounding Aerial reals and Aerolmlle Performances. Very Low Hates on sll Itallrosds. AIIMI1SI N, Adults, SB Cents. Children, 10 Cents BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MAirvVACTUaKO BY ... CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. IS- Til P) Sf A M M. CURE YOURSELF! Ileus III atJ In ...S..SH.. dl iiarK'ta, (Hflsiltithalluii, InUttllubfl or UUsjiftllou) Of RlUCntll Riesllilsf 4tU. lUliilrtM. ami not aaltlae or hl In plain wrapt. l (rt. or I IxMliff), r,V fit t fill ffl'S 8PR",Q CHAIN ia HIM UU OAOHtCOLlB..... Plain nr with Ctitter. The Ileal needle In the mar. Srt. I'aed br all ax k aearvrs. I'ui sale lr all sa eral luerchaiidiae aturaa, nr bjr Va I1X riMf'K CO.. Market Street. Han rrauttaco. C-l. OPIUKUii MOHrniHB t'tX'AINK I.ADIUMK Sioened stonca Ds,J.O.Ilocrin.Miaa bollslil. is. Chl.as. i.lil. m. r. m. ii. . as, . w II KM wrltlnat ta adierllaere plaaas mention tnta paper. EtllllNt!! 10 BOILERS Cawston & Co, tuceaatsrs Is M. f. Orajorj A Cs; 48 and SO First St, 304 First Ave, &, Portland, Or. SrattU-, Wish, Present Wild American Poppies. Lilacs and Iris. artist, rliiii.n fnMn tA unru V . i... . . . . V. I ... - eneaiiifia iii axB rH t tHfUssjr.