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Ke. Joseph Parker, tha eminent C.,.1V. vtMkAnkM Mtnfnutti that ill bit laaaaajiaaaa - - ' I .v ,1 . kA Mama, Van HIS VUUl IW Nttiiu VI aaj imuuv men't Land new known m Taanjania Infirmities. Trft Mm. nttit. fiami ta I -powerfully affeoted hit imaaination , - " ' ' " I.. a a.i t. v.. Vu an man . .. t it err m l f US wan w mm,. as -v "Cr fiJ Cf them. oaOSt tnfir- youngsters, kn appallingly mysterious Coaawxeretal aad. Financial Rappwnlngt or Interest In tha Growing V Wastara States. Aa Tnnt Placa. but in time it lost ita evil sug- "-' U.Mn anA ho tolls how tMS Caiua &Tld &re Cured by Hooa S Sar- about in hit reoent book: " A Preacher's c niffa Friri nrrvnn mho "" At a Metnoaiai owing SZpmlU. liver? person Wno Enland the peopl had been Alaska CriSBlswtl Coda. A bill haa been framed by Senator Perkins to amend the criminal coda which was adoDted lor Alaska at the last session of congress. In this bill, DmUm nkthtta th mnitvnfli IX3.S SCrOful& Salt rheum, I tinging a hymn in which the Uion of barricades in streams for the 1 ..-r 1 1 A.L. . Vintnan. I ..... a it . 1 humors, ctiurK, dyspepsU or rheum- l"wa are marcmng """"i" .T", Prpo Of Wta s sa oi preventing thim iuoi n ifruuuu, vuvuia, w i nan aaeenauur in streams OT riVDia VI MWM, I . . . 1 1 emotion was in excess of his intelli gence, fervently prayed: "Grant that when this life is over every one oi un ma have a cottaue in Van Dienien'a iism thould at once begin medicine tht th infirmity my be promptly removed. Consumotlon "After tht grip 1 fud A bid cough, dlMMtoess nd night swells. Humor broke out nd consump tion vms dUgnosed. One bottle Hood' t SsnsparHU helped me And four bottle cored me perfectly." Mrs. N. D. Kinney, HMorrts, Com. Remember land." The poor man somehow got it into hia head, bv some law of mental association whioh no one can fully ex- Alaska. . It is provided that it shall be unlawful to fish for salmon except with rod or spear, above the tide waters of any oieek or river of lees tnan 6UU feet width, except for purposes of propaga tion. Seining or catching fish in these streams for a distance of more than a third of the width of the stream is plain, that Emmanuel's grounds and nrohibited. and no seine or other net Van Diemen'a Land were practically jk-ji utA within 100 yards of one and the ion. ' same. Youth's Compan- Bockon and Iniaulty. The rocking chair causes insanity, so it is said. In fact the physicians are claiming that the rockins chairs are the cause of most of tne nervous trou bles from which women suffer, and are advising their relegation to any place . Tha Oim'i ! ChMt. The stores of ice at Windsor, Os borne and Balmoral castles are very WDore they will not be used. anpply Uobtainm Uke be- t&J& and Virginia water. Ice is not only greatest delicacy lavishly uaed in the royal kitcnen, oui i Th Hfltw, of Do, t rm. also for reducing the temperature of I jt 8 , pUiling fact that the decks of ber majesty's apartments in hot weath- saiiinfr vessels show dusi at night , even if er. . men it is paccea m preny www en buckets and stood in the fireplaces Chaaaeakla. Larry Norah hung her Jersey jacket over the stove an' it wua acorcnea. Dd ve hear about it. DinnyT Dennv Oi did: an' Oi also hur-rud thot it changed th' jacket complately. Larry How phwas thot? Denny Well, yesae, it phwas a jer- ser jacket whin she hung it thor, but. faith, after it wua scorched it phwas a smoking jacket. Chicago Daily Kews. - ' VITALITY low.dabtlltatea or slianated enrwlbr Tl. Vlknm'm IniMlMllflf I'Wlla FKUKtt. Tfinl BMIIaeunlalHlni Wafk" traatimat. lr. Kllnet lusutuM. Ml Area tU, f blhWatpfcMV Feuadad U3L A medical paper directs attention to the curious fact that scarlet fever has never been observed in epidemic form in the tropical or subtropical regions of Asia or Africa. Mothers wiU find Mrs. Wiuslow's Sooth hf Syrup the best remedy to use for thri? Children during the teething period. In Janesville, Wis., ia a pearl button factory which turns out thousands of the finest Quality of buttons. Tons of MiaaiasinDi clam shells are used in producing the buttons. For lung and chest diseases, Pirn's Cure Is the nest meaicine we uare usea. mra. J. L. Nonhcott. Windsor, Out., Canada. washed in the moruin, and no work la done during the day. Tins is like indiiies- Ition and dyspepsia, which creeps on one unawares. The only way to cure tnein is bv the use of Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, w'hich also nrevents malaria, fever and ague. ' ' Ha Caught On. He Do you believe in hypnotism? She I heard the other day of a man who was hypnotized by being made to look for some time at a diamond ring. He I wonder if any bright piece of (class would have done it as well. She Perhaps so. witn a man, nut not with a woman. He (at a jewelers the next day) I want a diamond ring, lady's sue, brightest you have. N. Y. World. Impratarf TrmlB KqttlBntent. The O. R. & N. and Oregon Short Line hava added a buffet, smoking and library car to their Portland-Chicago through train, and a dining car servioa haa been inauirnarated. The train is equipped with the latest oliair cars, dv coaches and luxurious first-class and ordinary sleepnra. Direct con nee lion made at Granger with Union fa- cifio. and at UKden with Rio Grande line, from all points in Oregon, Wash ington and Idaho to all Eastern oitiea. For information, rates, etc.. call on any O. It. & N. agent, or'addresa W, H. Horlburt, General Passenger Agent, Pott laud. who It appears from British consular re-1 The German military experts porta that Morocco offers a considerable J are superintending the construction of finld for the engineer. There are at present no roads, railways, telegraphs, canals nor harbors. A rooster fiirnred prominently in a case which waa tried in the Coney la- land police court the other day. The fowl had been stolen, so the plaintiff claimed, and in proof of hia assertion, be called it by name "George Dewey." Immediately the rooster crowed and flapped ita wings, and it waa forthwith turned over to ita right ful owner. India haa perhaps a greater variety of plants than any other country in the world, having 15,000 native species. while the flora of the entire continent of Europe only embraces about 10,000. Mamas Kots a Cascaras. BabTfctsthebeneAt. Nursing root hrs make that, mlik mildlr uarmtive with Csacareu. the only ! laxative tor babies. AUdracfiau.lUe, iic, 60c ,- The South ' Kensington museum is constantly adding to the collection of scientific instruments and models of old-fashioned machines. Wa learn from Industrie and Iron that they have now made a large number of additions of modem machinery and tools, such as a coal gas purifying house, a Belleville boiler, a launch engine, water tube boilers using liquid fuel, a transformer, steam turbine, etc. Many of the machine models are shown in motion. TO CUBB A COLD IN ONK DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. , All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. . W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. It now appears probable that the Mount Blanc railway will eventually be built The line is to be worked electrically, and ia to start from Ouches and end at Petite Kocbera Kouges. The Arve will be utilized to furnish the necessary power. The board of education and the po lice department of New York are the two most expensive departments of the municipal government. Collectively, their maintenance costs 126,000,000 a year. ,;! The German war department has something like 200,000 pigeons trained for war purposes, and France haa 250, 000. Russia and Italy also have honv ins pigeon outfits in their war de- partmente. the Southwest African railway from Swakopmund to Windhoek about 400 kilometers estimate that it will cost only 13,000,000. More than a quarter of the line is already completed. The castor-oil tree (Ricinus com munis) is believed in Egypt to keep away mosquitoes. At a recent auction aale at Zurich more than 1,000 gold and silver Swiss coins of the 15th to the 19th centuries were disposed of. SALT LAKE CITY. Traaaeoatl- another. Fishing for salmon in the waters of Alaska from 6 p. m. Saturday until 6 a. m. on the following Monday ia also prohibited, except in Behring sea and its tributaries. The secretary of the treasury is authorized to act aside whatever streams he may deaire as spawning grounds, when he may consider that fishing operations on sucn streams are being conducted so that the number of salmon taken ia larger than the capacity of the stream to pro duce, or if the fishing operations pre vent a sufficient ingresa of salmon to the spawning grounds, he may estab lish weekly closed seasons, to limit tne duration of the fishing season, pre scribe the volume of the. catch at such places, or prohibit it entirely; provided this action is taken after the persons interested have been given a fair hear- inu in their own behalf, The secretary of the treasury laaiso authorised to require the erection of salmon hatcheries of suitable capacity at any fisheries or fish establishments in Alaska, which are to be maintained by the persons operating the fishery, cannery or aaltery. Moaay to Path Ballroad Building. The Bellintrham Bay ft British Co lumbia railroad has given a trust deed to its property in Whatcom county to the Bank of California to secure the payment of $1,000,000 in first mortgage bonds. The deed was executea in su Francisco on December 1, and was filed for record in the auditor's office in Whatcom county on January 93.. The- document ia the most voluminous oi any ever filed there, and It required 1499.60 in revenue stamps. It is the purpose of the company to pay off an indebtedness of about 960,000 on the road, and the balance realized from the sale of the bonds to tne liana: ot Cali fornia will be used in construction work. The instrument calls for the completion of 24 miles of additional road this year, on whioh will be issued In bonda 117.000 per mile, ima ex tension is the one now under survey from Sumaa to Boulder Creek.' Traaifor of a BawamUl. The Copping sawmill, at Tenino, Wash., waa sold to the Douglas Lumber Company of Chehalia, the members of the company consisting of L. H. Miller nd Mrs. H. J. Miller. The firm re cently purchased the timber on the Hoed gen donation claim, a mile from Tenino, and the mill will be immed iately moved to the new site and put in operation. It haa a capacity of bout 18,000 feet per day. Farias Coast Chat. Canemah levies a 11 -mill school tax. Reedville school district votes a 2- mill tax this year. Nine workhorses, at Elgin, have brought $85 to $100 a head. Hon. M. Baker, pioner ot La Grande, haa been quite ill with bronchitis. At Stafford. Clackamas county, the mercury recently went down to 28 de grees. R. Hnll has sold his farm near Le banon to an Albany man. A doe-poisoner is at work at Glen , , , , coe. una man, a pnjsicuui, uae aui- fered the loss of five dogs. George Chllder's 200-acre farm, four miles from Island City, has been sold to John Blochland for $8,800 all cash but $2,600. The discovery of two cases of scarlet fever at Weston brought attention to the fact that the town had no quaran tine ordinance. At Lower Cove, a disturbance in a chicken house caused a boy to go out, close the door, and fasten it with a string 'button." Kext morning the door was open, with a hole in it Urge enoneh to admit a man's arm. The targe Dallrartos Mate oa Frvts '-: . Coatraeta. . R. G. Dun 6. Oo.'a weekly review of trade says: jt This year starts With mucn ot tne year's business already done, and all comparisons will prove, misleading if that fact Is not taken into account. Last year tha certainty of great Im provement had coma before tha year opened, and there was a rash to get in orders before woika became crowded and prices advanced. This year the works are already crowded for months ahead in most lines, andpricea had al ready advanced so far that recoil had already commenced in jome branches, and was thought probable in others. With the exoeption of woolen manu factures, the chief industries have met less new business in January than last year, though deliveries on previous con tracts have been larger than a year ago. Wheat rose 1 cent, but soon reaoted. Atlantic exports were .only 1,468,691 bushels, flour included, for the week. Paoifio exports have been 4,209,800 bushels in five weeks, against 8,870,854 bushels last year. Speculation in cotton has raised the price to 8M cents, without improve ment in the demand. Tha receipts from plantations still fall so far behind last year's that low estimates of yielJ are expected. wool ia rather weaker in some grades, but stronger in others, so that the average of quotations is steady, not withstanding soma sales at concessions. The iron and steel industry is so tar tied up by contracts reaching through most of the year, that the effect of pro duction exceeding consumption is felt only in some instances. Failures for the week have been us in the United State, against 224 last year, and 34 in Canada, against 25 last year. , PACIFIC COAST TRADE. I lib 0 LD E6TIVIMW"I rfttlVI til I UH r a.,nMiaiwiiii ii iswttaaaoi " ' " ' ' , Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters by Using Peruna. s Important Factor la aentml Travel. No one crossing the continent can afford to cut Salt Lake City from bis route. The attractions of the place. including the Mormon Temple, Taber nacle and Church institutions, the Great Salt Lake deader and denser than the Dead Sea in the Holy Land the picturesque environment and the warm sulphur and hot springs, are greater to the square yard than any lo cality on the American continent. The Rio Grande Western Hallway, connecting on the East with the Den' ver & Bio Grande and Colorado Mid land Railways and on the West with the Southern Pacific (Central Route) and Oregon Short Line, is the only transoontinetnal line passing directly through Salt Lake City. The route through Salt Lake City via the Rio Grande Western Railway is famous all the year round. On account of the equable climate of Utah and Colorado it ia lust as popular in winter as in summer. Send 2e to J. D. Mansfield, 253 Washington St.. Portland, or Geo. WHeintz, Acting General Passenger I boy bad locked in a chicken thief, who A int. Kalt Lake Citv. for a copy of I had to cut through the door to reach 'Salt Lake Saints." City the City of the -00UEL8 Krm karea't a raralar. kaalifer oreaMBt of tM I It enrf tmr. joa're toa.j or will be. Kaap roar ia eoea. aaa ba wall. Fores, la tha asape ot violent aaraia or am pouoa, is aaoaeroes. amooioeai. eaaiaai. moat parvoe, waf yc , SO' .a ye aaayii eats aiaar aaa ataaa is w mm f CANDY ( l' JJ CATHARTIC y Ftaaaaat. Palatable, Potent. Taste QooS. DoGoos, Bieiao, Wamkaa, orUrioa, luo. 10a Write lor f raa unfile. ao4 booklet oa kealtB. Adareaa KEEP YOUB ELGOQ GLEAN L,. ,i. i r, .iiit d it SCuuyll bjTua. TaH In iw..a. l'.i(5 by t livo aUouO. Use w Several hundred river drivers leave Bangor, Maine, every spring for the headwaters of the Penobscot, Kenne bec, Androscoggin and Connecticut rivers, and there are always among them some who never come back. Stats or Ohio, Crrv or Toledo, I LUCAS IJOTjMTT. I raAKK J. ( himit makes oath that he Is the senior parter of the firm oi 1. 1. Canrsr A Co., doina buairiMM in the Citv of Toledo. Conntv aod Slate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the Sam ol ONK HuNliKKf) DOLLAKs lor each aod every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured By ue use ot mall s catarrh ucbs. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Sth day of December, A. D. 18se. t-- A. W. GLEAoON, lll JVotory Public Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken internally end acta directly on the Mood and mneous sunaoes oi I the system. Bend for testimonials, free. sold By nratgiau, 7oc Hail's Family fills are the best, Didn't Work. "What a beautiful lounge!" "Tea. That's a birthday present from my husband. He always gives me a present that costs him aa many dollars as I am years old." "That's nice of him. It reconciles one to growing old. By the way, I have a lounge at home like that but not nearly as fine, and we paid 38 for it." "Is that all? This this didn't cost nearly as much as that." Chicago Tribune. A resident of Dawson City writes "As far as my observations go, the cli mate here is as suitable for raising winter wheat aa in any place in the Northwestern or the Northern states of America. From my experience of the last two years, I see no reason why this I country should not be able too produce and turn the "button." A logging railroad, projected along the Clabtknnie, will not be built be cause one or two ranchers unwisely asked much larger sums for right of way over their lands than the enterprise would warrant. The people of Tillamook oounty are urging the extension of the Astoria St Columbia River railroad from Seaside to their county, but President Ham mond haa stated that work will not be commenced until 1902, when it is his purpose to extend the line down the coast and connect with the Corvallis 6c Eastern at Yaquina bay. In the year 1899. 23 divorces were oranted in Walla Wall county, none being denied. The United States pays 965.86 a year for rent in Spokane. Taooma's receipts in January were $24,387; its expenditures, $38,574, and the cash balance on February 1 was $205,237. , About 60 Coeur d'Alene Indians were entertained at a feast at Tekoa the day after the close of the recent farmer's institute. . . Europe's national debt is $28,000, 000,000. Of Walla Walla county's total tax of $162,892.27 for 1898, all but $4,955 80 haa been collected. Tha tax for 1899 will be due soon. The United States secret service department has undertaken to ferret out a eana of counterfeiters who are making life a burden for tha owners of slot machines throughout Seattle, ine town ia becoming flooded with spurious 6-cent pieces, which go into ciroula tion through the medium of nickle-in tbe-alot machines. Seattle Markets. Onions, new, $2.52.60 per sack. Lettuce, hot house, 40c per doa. Potatoes, new, $18 9 20. Beets, per sack, 75(1 85c Turnips, per sack, 80o. Carrots, per saok, 60o. Parsnips, per sack, 75 85o. Cauliflower, 75e$l perdoaea Cabbage, native and California, $1.0031.85 per 100 pounds. Apples, $1.25$ 1.50 per box. Pears. $1.00 1.25 per box. Prunes. 60o per box. Butter Creamery, Slo per pound; dairy, 1722o; ranch, 20o per pound. Eggs 20o. Cheese Native, 160. Poultry 13(8 14c; dressed. 149156. Hay Puget Sound timothy, $12.00; choice Eastern Washington timothy, tl8.00ai9.00 Corn Whole, $23.00; cracked, U3; feed meal. $33. Barley Rolled or ground, per ton, 121: whole. 122. Flour Patent, per barrel, 3.I5; blended atraiichta, $3.00; California, 18.35: buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra ham, per barrel, $3.80; whole wheal flour. 13.00: rye flour. I3.B04.1H. Millstuffs Bran, per ton, l4.oo; shorts, per ton, $16.00. Feed Chopped feed, szo.uu per ton; middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal, per ton. $30.00. Fresh Meats cnoioe nressea ueei steers. 4K6c; cows, 4(940; porx, 4c; trimmed, fijc; veal, small, Be; lanre. 4c. Hams Large. 13c; small. 13 i; breakfast bacon, 12io; dry salt sides. 8c. - Fertleea Market. Wheat Walla Walla. 636(530: Valley, 62c; Blueetom, 64o per bushel. Flour Beet grades, 93-90; graham $3.35: superfine, $2.15 per barrel Oats Choice white, 35 sec; cnoios erar. 84c per Dusnei. Barley reed parley, iogio.uu; brewing. $17.60318.60 per ton. Millstuffs Bran, 917 per ton; mid dlings, $23; shorts, $18; chop, $16 per ton. I lay Timothy, $10911; clover, $708; Oregon wild hay, $607 per ton. Butter Fancy creamery, oUGCo&o; seconds, 43 X 46c; dairy, 80874o; store, 22 27 Xo. ' Kirea 16(8 16o per dozen. Cheese Oregon full cream, ' 13o; Younir America, 14c; new cheese 10c per pound. Poultry Chickens, mixed, a.uua 4.00 per doaen; hens, $4.60; springs, $3.503.60; geese, $7.00 8.00 for old; $4.6096.50; ducks, $6.00 9 7.00 per dozen; turkeys, live, 12 Ho per pound. Potatoes 6580o per sack; sweets, 2&24o per pound. Vegetables Beets, .$1; turnips, 90o; per sack; garlic, 70 per pounu, caD' bage, lo per pound; parsnips, $1; onions, $1.60 9 3.00; carrots, $1. Hops 7 9 10c; -1898 crop, 0(300 Wool Valley,"'l391So per pound; Eastern Oregon, 8914c; mohair, 279 80o per pound. Mutton Gross, best sheep, and ewes, 4 4c; dressed mutton, 79 7 o per pound; lambs, 7 Xo per pound Hogs Gross, choice heavy, fa. 00; liuht and feeders, $4.50; dressed, t5.5096.00 per 100 pounds. Beef Gross, top steers, 94.009 4.60; cows, ss.OUa.uu; uressea ueei, 00 7o per pound. Veal Large, 798c; small, 8X9 9Xc per pound. r. . Mr. Isaac Brook, Bora in Basoombs Co., Sorth Carolina, March 1, 1788. fays: "I attribute my extreme old age to the use of reruns." Born More United States waa formed. Smyy 22 Presidents elected. V-ru-na Am protected him from ' all sudden changes. Veteran of four wars. . Shod a horse when 99 years old. - Always conquered the grippe with Peruna. Witness In a land suit at age ot 110 years. Believes Peru-na tha greatest remedy of the age for catarrhal diseases. Isaac Brock, a dUwn of McLennan county, Tsxas, has livsd 111 yars. Ha now Uvts wilh his son-in-law at Vausy Mills, Tsxas. In speaking ci fib good health and trams old age, Mr. Brock says I "After a man has Uvd in the world u long as I havs, ha ought to have found out a great many things by experience. "Om of the things I hava found out to my nllre latulactlon Is tha proper remedy for ailments that are iu directly to the effects of tit climate. , "During my long life I hava known great many Niriedlcs for coughs, colds, catarrh and diarrhoea. I had always sup posed these affections to be different diseases, but in, reading T. rUHirutn's bocks I have found out that these affections are lbs same and that they are properly called' catarrh, . . "Itud several long sieges with the grip At first I did not know that Peruna waa a remedy for this disease. Vhen I heard that la grippa was epidemic catarrh, I tried Peruna for la grippe and foW Mob Just tha thing. "As tot Dr. Harlman,s remedy, Pe-ru-na, I have found n to be the best, tf not the only, rctUbls remedy (or these affections. It has kun mv ataitdbv for many years, and I 'attributs my good health and extreme old age to this remedy. Very truly yours, . For a tree book on catarrh, address The Peruna Medicine Company, Columbus, 'Ohio. A concern In Iowa ia making farm wagons wholly ot steel, ana 11 can scarcely fill the orders that pour iu from the wheatgrowers out in Dakota and other parte ot the West. New Orleans represents more than half the total valuation ot Louisiana, and consequently pays more than half the taxes. One of the richest copper deposits known in tha South lies in Pearson county, N. C. The mine is taking out about 100 tons of ore a day. This ore, when cobbed that is, picked for ship mentwill average 80 per cent ol copper. ' ' lace, Met Fond of Company. Querlcus Is Nearletgh hoitpitablef Cynious I should say not. Why he wouldn't even entertain a doubt. Town Topics. beer-wagon drivers A new union of in Brooklyn has from the National Workers." received Union ot charter Brewery Of all the curious kinds ot especially old lace, the most curious is that which is called point tresse. American bottles are preferred to all others tor the export trade, and especi ally in warm climates whore American and English goods come in close com pvtition. American glass ia said to stand tropical climates beter than the English, the reason being that it is bet ter anneald. It Two hundred elootrlc motors will be is very rare, and was made ot human operating on the r.ne canal next year hair. French collectors say it exists and will propel 1,000 boats. A new in the present day only in their cab- trackless trolley motor is made in Chi- ineta. It was confined to the early cago, especially designated to propel part of the 16th century. canal boats. Strlotly l to bale. ratrice I hear Miss Sprinter la having three new 111 dresses made. Patience Yon don't say sol "Yes; one baaoball, one football and one golf-ball dress." Youker Stetea- 4 man. France is. about to raise a loan ol $30,000,000 for public works in Algeria. A Olant Cobra. Mr. Etheredge, ot the Colombo mn esutn, reports tha measurement of a specimen of the terrible cobra de ca pello, taken at Jaffna, Ceylon, and Uolng the formidable length of seven feet nine inches. The measurement waa made on the skin of the duatl snake. This is said to be by far tha largest cobra ever reoorded. Youth's Companion. The two great material conquests which mark the nineteenth century are the building of tha Paolllc railroads and the digging of tha Sues canal. T. V X ..LIVE AGENTS WASTED EVERYWHERE FOR... SHELBY IDEAL and CLIPPER BICYCLES RAMBLERS and IDEALS $40, $30. $25, $20 END FOB CATALOOUF.S. BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES Fred T. Merrill Cycle Co. PORTLAND, OREGON Willamette Iron and Steel Works JAMES LOTAN, Manager, PORTLAND, OR ICON MINING AND SAWMILL MACHINERY AND " ' LOGGING ENGINES IRONFOUNDERS, MACHINISTS. BOILERMAKERS AND ' ? STEAMBOAT BUILDERS tiaai.aara and Bnllilara of Marlaa Enalnaa aad Uaaarml Mill and Iroa Work, irira Hrdrauta spoaSaitM Solicit. PORTLAND DIRECTORY. Pan au4 Wlra Harlla. 1'OHfl.AHn WIHR A IltON WOIIKB: WIRE and I row tonal u initio railing, sio. mtAlilar. Mashluarf anil SappHs. CAWSTOK A CO.! KNOINK. HOII.KIt. M. hiar',snppllaa. flratsu, Portland, Or. J0H5I POOLE, Pobti.b, Oskoos. can alva yon the best bargains In general Machinery, anginas, boilers, tanks, pumps, plows, belts and windmills. The new steel I XL windmill, sold by him, is un Squalled. 1 Mining aad Dredging Maehiaerr fullers, Shafting, ate. Varre- Atl APPEAL TO HUMANITY GENERALLY We need roar assistance fa aaaeaaclag t tb warM the 0REATE5T REMEDY that Science has aver preducad, and 7 mi a red oar assistance to secure retieS far yettraelf aad Meade tkranak 4W ANSON'S "a DROPS." wtV,.r.l A ni-l-CnV CSI lODCTPlCT As surely as the American Nserliss eon- M llt.liii.1 Wf- ia.se s IX t ltr a FOn 14 CENTS Wa wlah t ala Ikla 7 ear , aaaMiatKra, aaa a ana sear I rtl Oltf tlardM, Saal, lie rra aaraia:aeai Oraaaa MataatUtt airawaarrf aialaa. . -. bbairJta-'. arl, Rip l ai.iaa. Ir'aToe t af.b! arlr tMuaar Oalon, Irilllaat rlsaa, feaada, rilllaat Ha. a, Saada. . Ita WertkSI.ee, fa 14 aaa ta. fCua ptk Sl.oa. ee a ratkar allk lea all aboil AkaaelS Pksa. wortk Sl.oa. ee will aail toe fraa, toeetkar auk eaf r.M IJMalaa.talllai laltl MIUIII ipoa rai staaiaa. Hiuiis satiaa HTSTI iptallSIa aailra S I4e, We la.lla foartrada, aad seas a. sausa sasa ce, u tauaaa, me. It, so will ourred and will conquer alt that opposes a nanM" nafall nal eonauer all dlaeaaea like KBeaesatieai, acwtica, nearaigw. Catarrh af all kinds, ASTHMA, Dyspepsia, Backache, Sleeplessness. Nervousness, Heart Weakness, I oa Ihac be, Caracas, creeping nametieea, nrencaiiia, Uver aad Kidney Troubles, etc., ate, or any disease for which we rec. ommend it. " f DROPS' Is the nsase and the dose. S DROPS" is per. (ectly harmless. It does not contain Salicylate of Soda nor Opiates in any form. The Child can ass It as well as the Adult. Read carefully what Mr. h. K. Smith, of HI Dorado Springs, Mo., writes as ander date of Nov. V, 1W, also Msrtsn Bowers, of Caraghar, Ohio, ander date of Dec. 16th, UOTs nurll'l ATICP1 lllltaUltlH I IUMI Saa Fraaeieea Marhei. Wool Spring Nevada, 1215o per pound; Eastern Oregon, 1218c; Val ley, 20(3 22c; Northern, 10(a) 12o. Hops 189 crop, 110 lso per pound. Butter Fancy creamery (szc; do seconds, 26 26o; fancy dairy, 2 (326c; do seconds, 182lo per pound. Kggs Store, 15 loc; fancy ranon, 19c. Millstuffs Middlings, 18.00 21.00; bran, $14.50(316.00. Hay "Wheat I6.509.60; wheat and oat $0.60(19.00; best barley 6.00 7.00; alfalfa, f6.007.60 per ton; straw. 80 4 60 per bale. Potatoes Early Rose, 90cl; Ore- iron Burbankg, 7ocoi.iu; nver uur- banks, 60(3 76c; Kaunas uurnanas, 80c 1.10 per sack. Citrus Fruit Oranges, Valencia, 12.76(98.25: Mexican limes, 14.009 6.00; California lemons 76c$1.60; do choice 1. 7633.00 per box. Tropical Fruits Bananas, $1.60 2.60 per bnnch; pineapples, nom inal; Persian dates, 6(46X0 per pound. traava auaa J las roar ' Toar "S tmrtn at taa tlm. .na n.tnm nr ..in 1 1 it . . . . . when nlahtcania I oould mitaleep. foiaorellef aotiirsot T """; sarouaTsaiiEla 1 I do not know how to aipnws how wonderful 1 think . Tjr Bsiora" awalolnela. I waa aulurlns Inieuaelr wlib NCI) MA LA I A and tbuuskt for a monlh ll.t l would bare to die. Onedar a ladr called to ae aie and bnalit . a. ad.v!ment roar --a ft OM m Dorado Springs, Mo., Nov. JT, la KLONDIKE BOOT AND SHOE BLACKING A wonderful discovery. Will reinlnr the thlneat and mint porous lesllmr waterprwif ami al1s to lis durability, beiid ua jue allver Slid rerelve by rvturu msll. xial Mlit, enoiigli to last you two yvara. Hatlafai:llon giiaranli-el. ThnmueouA Craig, 4U led St., fan Klanclaoo, Cel. - Here It haa saved mijjie. This atatament laiHwItlvalr In log roar aawrv wv Hwiwaui " - are" same to band on tbe 11th of last month and waa lad to receive It for i was eof- wltb antold aaoalea. Tbe Brat doae helped ma out of ml pain on abort nutloe. II I aaa ualn waa In mi left las. I oould not put rar .fool to ' Have ua-! fiiurdlit(4renl klnda of mwllclne fur KIIS-UM ATla allldoallroi Tna woratyaln waa In left las. 1 ooula not ou aar It will, and more loo. I bad aevare paloa all ovarmr budr, ant klnda gave meli WKUM. 11 UlloPS' at laaat a trial, we will aaad a aampla bottle, pre. M ART AN BOWKUM, Bos hi, Caragbar, Obla Dee. 10, 18UU. a aa am aa aaahla aMftaaava to atva AO UATliM hTa.lllrllu. A aamDla bottle will aonvlnoa voo. alao. laree bottlaaiswdoaaal aa s bottlaarorSa, all bv aa and atianta. iOSSTS WASTS Is Saa TfrUarf. Daa'lwalll Wrtta Bawl awajiwaaal autavuaiv - LnTEltSONK is made to give satisfaction and it does, liars you used It. roraaa" a 1 a, t tare. fiaaraauae CURE YOURSELF 1 Daa HlgSI for tinnajnral tffaobarsaa,lnflaaiDiationa, Irritations vr ulcaratloiie aai la aartoMra, OI tnieotl asain oraiiaa. rnnaw Oaaualae. ', ralnlaaa, and not aalrlu. IMltsCIalioiO. gant er eolaonous. mmtm r Drwnlata, slain wrapper. ipreae, prapald, for nottiaa, W'-Tt. a. ut on rfaneat, ,IMItS(IIalioiO. gamer pu UismTi,0.rj V Tb"navaverj'u,l af,o ur j V ' Circular sa OAHOCD Is Curable UilUULII Without the Use pT Knife. tddiess Pit. MCVVIC114K, Mounulii Uoms, Ida, SOLB AOBNCY Worthlngton team Pumps and Water Matara. fiimplng Plants of Any Capacity TATDM A BOWIN 99 to SB First Street, Portland, Or. tlaoiuiiery Ail auiua. CORN Will out-rleld corn; will makS the seme kind of meal: has lupertorlaiteiilne qnalliles; will WHEAT will mak the ismekl OIDieai, naa auparior laiiamiia 411.11101, u, solve the problem ol fattening Hoa end Cattle In a wheat country! should be sown In th anrina tha aama aa wheat and will vleld from tu to foobuahels per acre 1 the straw alter It Is threshed haa aa oily substsuos aod It Is almost as ood aa hay, - . .. Pries of seed lOe per pound ar per hundred. Address U. J, SUIELDJ CO Moseow, I4ako, (row paying orops beoauae they're treah and alwaya tkts heai. Tot sale every where. Kefuae substitutes. Stick to Perry's Seada and prosper. 1900 Bead Annual free. Writ for It, 0. M. FIRRY CO., Detroit, Mich. BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MAmjFAOTTJMD T.V CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP C(). irno-riTniitMa A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY fs a medicine that will build up the nervous ystviu, purify ths blood. Moore's Revealed Remedy Will do It quietly snd mors permanently thaq any other inedlolue. At tbe druggists l.u per buttle, , N. P. N. V. No. 7-100. U7H KN IT snaBttva tn writing to advertisers is papas, pleas Q its own vegetables and graina." a.