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A HOT" COLD BANQUET,
the constituents of alum remain (from alum baking powders) .n
the bread, and the alum itself is reproduced to all intents and
purposes when the bread is dissolved by the gastric juice in the
process of digestion. I regard the use of alum as highly injurious."
, .'Ji '-.j 'i Dr. Alonzo Clark : . "A substance (alum ) which can de
range the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder."
Prof. W. G.Tucker, New York State Chemist : "I believe
it (alum) to be decidedly injurious when' used as a constituent of
food articles." ','
Prof S. W. Johnson, Yale College : ; " I regard their
(alum and soluble alumina salts) introduction into baking pow
ders as most dangerous to health,' " "
; In view of such testimony as this,
every care must be exercised by
the housewife to exclude the over
and over condemned cheap, alum
baking powders from the food.
Baking powders made from cream of tartar, which is highly
. refined grape acid, are promotive of health, id more efficient. ,
No other kind should be used in leavening food. Royal Baking
. - t ' Powderis the highest example of a pure creamof tartar powder.
,' ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
The Advantage of One Eye. .
During the late Spanish-American
war a certain old oolonel who had lost
an eye at the battle of Gettysburg was
very indignant because he was put
aside as physically incapacitated, when
he applied for admission to one of the
New York volunteer reigments.
Filled with wrath and chagrin the
nnlnnnl innrnfivftrl to WftHhini?ton. hftnfc
on having a personal interview with
the president. He succeeded in gain
ing an audience, and the president,
after listening to his plea, said, kindly:
"But, my good . Col. J -, you
have only one eye I"
"Just so, sir," was the prompt re
joinder, "but can't you see the great
advantage of my having, only one eye?
When I aim my gun I shan't have to
close the other!"
He fought at Santiago. Youth's
Trip to Portland. . .
Now that the heat and dust of sum
mer, are past and gone, there is real
pleasure in travel, and no trip can. give
more pleasure or profit than a trip to
Portland to attend the Oregon Indus
trial Exposition, which runs in Port
land from, September 28 to October 28.
All the railroad and 'steamboat lines
are giving specially low excursion
rates, and the fair is well worth visiting-
The least troublesome and most pro
fitable animal to. raise in this country
is the sheep.
n ' n a bb a ; -.V
Great Catarrh Cure.
JOB WHEELER'S CHARGE
Ma jor-GeneralJoseph Wheeler, com
manding the cavalry forces in front of
Santiago and the author of "The Santi
ago Campaign," in speaking of the
great catarrh remedy, Pe-ru-na, says:
"I join with Senators Sullivan, Roach
and McEnery in their good opinion of
Pe-ru-na. ' It is recommended to me
by those who have used it as an excel
lent tonic and particularly effective
as a cure for catarrh." ' - ;
United States Senator MoEnery.
Hon. S. D. McEnery, United States
Senator from Louisiana, says the follow
ing in regard to Pe-ru-na:
"Pe-ru-na is an excellent' tonio. I
have used it sufficiently to say that I
believe it to be all that you claim for
it. S. D. McEnery, New Orleans,
The microbes that cause chills and fever and malaria enter the system
through mucous membranes made porous by catarrh. Pe-ru-na heals the mu
cous membranes and prevents the entrance of malarial germs, thus preventing
and curing these affections. " v j? . ."
F. Barker, M. D., University
The extreme point of Land's End,
the most westerly point of England,
has been described as resembling the
head of an aligator descending into the
sea. A natural tunnel runs .right
through it, and - is about 60 feet high.
' - Why It Succeeds. '
There is nothing remarkable about
the grand success that attends the Ore
gon Industrial .Exposition at Portland,
for it is backed up by -the enterprising
business men of Portland, who spare
no expense, to make the great fair a
splendid success. The men who
conduct it are: H. O. Breeden, presi
dent; I. N. Fleischner, yice-president;
R. J. Holmes, treasurer; W. S. Stru
ble, secretary; E. C. Hasten, assistant
secretary; H. E. Dosch, auditor;
George L. Baker, superintendent; J.
P. Marshall, Ben Selling, H. L. Pit
tock, D. Solis Cohen, C. B. Williams,
Dan McAllen, A. B. Steinbach, J. E.
Thielsen, D. M. Dunne, K. C. judson,
L. M. Spiegl, Sig. Sichel, H. D. Rams
dell, B. S. Pague, General O. Sum
mers, Col. I. N. Day, George Fuller,
Captain E. S. Edwards.
If a child needs nourishment one of
the simplest . forma in which it can be
taken is by the raw whites of eggs.
I Jhsee are nutritious and. easily digested.-
The white is broken into ajar
with what milk is desired and the two,
shaken thoroughly together. A pinch
of salt may be added before drinikng,
if preferred. -
p BM nm i mi a
AT SAN JUAN Hill.
United States Senator Sullivan.
" "I desire to say that I have been
taking Pe-ru-na for some time for ca
tarrh, and have found it an excellent
medicine, giving me more relief than
anything I have ever taken. W. V.
Sullivan, Oxford, Miss."
United States Senator Eoaeh.
"Persuaded by a friend, I have used
Pe-ru-na as a tonic, and am glad to
testify that it has greatly helped me
in strength, vigor and appetite; I have
been advised by friends that it is re
markably efficacious as a cure for the
almost universal complaint of catarrh.
W. N. Roach, Larimore, North Da
kota." . . -
A free book on catarrh sent to any
address by The Pe-ru-na ' Drug Manu
facturing Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Poor Facilities for Coal ins.
' Army officers in the Philippines who
have charge of ' the troop transports
complain of the lack of coaling facil
ities and the annoyances which- sur
round the replenishing of the fuel sup
ply of such ships. They write the war
department that the present method
involves great delay, troops being com
pelled to await transports, which make
long trips to the coal pile and back.
"The distance required to go for fuel
is 70 miles, and the period taken for
this errand is from 10 to 20 days.
Sometimes, it is said, a transport is
gone long enough while taking on coal
to make a trip from Manila s to San
Francisco. It is probable there will be
an official inquiry into the system, and
some arrangements made by which the
transports can be coaled with greater
Port Patrick is the nearest place on
the coast of Scotland to that of Ire
land, the channel being only 21 miles
across about the same distance as that
which separates Dover from Calais. It
has the reputation of being the tradi
tional point at which St. Patrick land
ed from Ireland. : , ;
'- The first Australian newspaper, the
Sydney Gazette, was published March
5, ' 1803, 15 years after the rise of the
colony. The delay was caused through
there being no printers among the
convicts, who represented every pro
fession, including the legal. The plant
was brought out in the first fleet, but
it could not be used until the authori
ties caught a compositor.- ;--
A snail's pace was carefully observed
in Florence, Italy. Several of the mol
luscs were placed between two points
ten ; feet apart, and started. It was
ascertained that the fastest snail in
the race traveled at the rate of a mile
in 14 days.... , ... . ..."
For the Children.
' The management of the Oregon In
dustrial Exposition at Portland has pro
vided well' for the children, whom we
have with us always, and whose lives
should be. brightened. - The feature of
the fair that gives them the most en
joyment - is the big steam merry-go-round."
They never tire of it, and as
they dismount from their prancing
steeds they are always happy and ready
for another ride. - ' : L .
. " Improved Train Equipment. '
- The O. R. & N. and Oregon Short
Line have added a buffet, smoking and
library car to their Portland-Chicago
through train, and a dining car service
has been inauguarated. The train is
equipped with the latest chair cars,
day coaches and luxurious first-class
and ordinary' gleepma. Direct connec
tion made at Granger with - Union Pa
cific, and at Ogden with Rio Grande
line, from all points in Oregon,' Wash
ington and Idaho to all Eastern cities.
For information, rates, etc., call on
any O. R. & N. agent, or address VV.
H. Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent,
Portland. ' '
It is worth a trip to Portland to see
the war museum at the exposition
there. Captain E. 8. Edwards took
his coat right off and ; went to work,
and has gotten together the largest col
lection of war weapons ever seen in the
Northwest. Most of them were cap
tured in the Philippines by the Ore
gon volunteers. The museum is the
carrying out of an idea suggested and
followed .up by Dan McAllen, one of
Portland's most enterprising business
men, and it is all for the benefit of the
monument fund. " "
Paris Is to have a 850-foot'
Borne Inside Information by a Walter
From the Bowery Who Helped to
Serve It. . s
One of the waiters at a popular local
restaurant is a bird of passage from the
Bowery : and was a member of the
Bmall army that served the famous
"Dollar Dinner" in New York last
April. A good many stories have been
told of that memorable event, but none
of them surpass his own in point of
pioturesqueness and inside detail. "It
was the funniest push I was ever In
in me life," he says, confidentially.
"The kitchen was so small they bad to
cook everything, on the outside, and
when it got there it was dead cold
The second course was haddock, and
each fish come served in a linen bag,
so we could put 'era in tubs of hot
water and warm 'em up see? Well,
some of the boys got rattled and served
'em bags and all, with egg sauce over
th outside. . Say, you'd of died laugh
ing seeing them fellers tryin' to carve
their fish. This is the toughest aula
naddock I iver tackled in me life,' says
one Tammany man at the head table;
'it's got a skin like a rliinooeiis,' says
he: ' In the kitchen ; there was a riot
all night long.' It was so small the
waiters oouldn't reach the dishers-up
and they got to scrapping for front
places in the line. One . man was
knocked stiff with a turkev, and when
they picked liiin up I thought he was
dead. I did, on the level. But. it
wasn't blood. It was only cranberry
sauoe. Another flunkey fell into the
salad and one of the cooks put a can of
ice oream . in the oven, thinking it was
brown gravy for ; the beef. That's on
the square just as I'm telling, youl
But the woist of all was when we came
to the wine. It was 'Merican cham
pagne in half pints, wrfhout ice, and of
all the kicking and hollering! One
fresh gent ' told me it was the only
thing he had had that night that was
good and warm, and he hardly said it
when a waiter that was a little jagged
accidently poured about. a quart of boil
in' coffee down the back of his neck
Say, you ought of heard ' him - cuss,
Between you and me, a good .. many
waiters got to hitting the wine, and
they found one of 'era with 15 empty
bottles in his pants leg. That s lion
est. I saw it myself. . It was the hot
test banquet 1 was ever at." N. 01
. The Philippine War
Is proving more stubborn than anticipated,
It needs a vigorous contest to straighten
matters out. We should tackle the Phil
ippines and overcome1 them as Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters does dyspepsia, indiges
tion, malaria, fever and ague. The battle
is short and decisive, and for fifty years the
fitters nave always won.
FLINGS. AT WOMANKIND.
Some of Which Smack Just a Little Bit
, " - of the Truth. -
' A girl was visiting in town who has
a diess trimmed with four miles of
lace, and her hostess is thinking of giv
ing a reception for it.
A" woman who knows how easily the
men can be fooled tells everyone who
kisses her that it is the first time she
was ever kissed by a man.
it occurs to a man with some wonder
that his wife never got up as much
enthusiasm over him when - she was a
bride as she gets up over the new little
red baby. ;'f
When a woman doesn't - know of
anything else nice to say about another
woman she says she has such cute
little ways." . ... ; . v -. w
Every unhappy woman takes pleasure
in thinking of the time when he will
come baok, and it will be too late.
A good many girls have the notion
that some day they may . be compelled
to sell their hair and pay off the mort
gage on the family homestead, as the
storybooks relate. An Atchison girl
who had very beautiful hair became
very poor and agreed to sell it for $3.
After the hair had been out off the pur
chaser- refused to take it, saying she
could get a switch for $2 in Kansas
City, that would answer. Atchison
Globe. : 'v.; - :.;.
" Will Run Automobile Line. '
Unable to obtain an electric railway
or to induce the Big Four Railroad
company to improve the service north
of Wabash,' Ind., the citizens of North
Manchester have taken briskly in hand
the matter of buying an automobile to
run between Wabash and that place, 14
miles. There is a great deal of travel
to Wabash, the county seat, from that
portion of the county, but the Big Four
does not run its trains to accommodate
it. Negotiations are now on for : a
horseless carriage with which it is
proposed to make three or four round
trips a day, carrying passengers for 75
cents both ways. If the project suc
ceeds the carriage will be put on this
fall and will be the first application of
"Did ye iver notice a ' mon from St.
Louis?" inquired the janitor philoso
pher. "Will, if ye , didn't it's worth
yer whoile. Up th' boulevard he struts
wid hid ilevated.v Suddinly thor's a
big commotion an' he's lifted off his
fate by an autymobile. - He picks him-
silf up, goes home an' tills his friends
th' horseliss , carriages av Chicago are
run by jackasses; but thot th' jackasses
are insoide; ' Oh, he's a bitter lobster. "
Chicago Evening News. .
There is' nearly $18,000,000 in the
United States, treasury, the proceeds of
sales of cotton which fell into the
federal hands during the civil war.
This money belongs to the owners, of
the cotton or their heirs, if they can
prove their claims. .v.".-..
There are about 500 species of hum
ming birds, all ; natives of America,
and most of '. them confined to Central
and South America. - ' . ':.". ;.v--
The secretary of the Massachusetts
board of health has issued the state
ment that codfish is as nutritious as
sirloin steak or oleomargarine.
"The Prudent Mm Setteth
His House in Order."
Your human tenement should be aiven
even more careful attention ihan th
house you live in. Set U in order by
thoroughly renvoatinq your whole svstem
through blood made pure r by taking
Hood' s SarsaparUla. Then every organ
The Volume of Business Is Still Grow
ing in All Lines.
- R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review
says: September is the 12th consecn
tive month in which - the volume of
business, both at New'York and. out-
side of New York, has been greater
than the same month of any pievioue
year. In the 13 months, payments
through clearing ' houses have been
$89,600,000,000, against $61,200,000,'
000, in 13 months, ending with ' Sep'
tember, 1892, an Increase of $28,400,'
000,000, over 46 per cent.
. When the tremendous expansion be
gan, men called it replenishment of
long-depleted stocks, then for a time it
was Called a crazy outburst of specula
tion, and when demands still expand'
ed, some permanent increase of busi'
ness was recognized as a" result of in'
creased population, earning better
wages. But the ' demand still grows
now ranging about 60 per cent greater
than, in 1892, while population, ac
cording to treasury estimates, is 16 per
cent greater, and wages equal, if not
over 10 per cent greater. A recon
struction of business and industries, of
producing and transporting forces, is
in progress throughout the land, with
results which - none can now measure,
The wool market is active, with a
general advance, aggregating about
cent on washed fleece combing, the en
tire list quoted by Coates Bros, proba
bly averages about cent higher. -
- Cotton opened the crop year at 6.25
cents and has risen to 6.87, although
about a' quarter more has. come into
sight than last year from - the greatest
crop on record, and stocks here and
abroad commercial and bill, are 658,
000 bales greater than a year ago.
Corn is unchanged in price, and still
in large foreign demand, exports hav
ing been in four weeks 12,155,904
bushels, against 8,133,641 last year,
; PACIFIC COAST TRADE. .
v Portland Market. -"
Wheat Walla Walla, 59 60c; Val
ley, 59 60c; Bluestem, 6162o pet
Flour Best grades, $3.25; graham,
$2.65; superfine, $2.15 per barrel.
' Oats Choice white, 84 85c; choice
gray, 8384o per bushel. .
Barley Feed barley, '$1516;
brewing, $17.50 per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
dlings, $22; shorts, $18; chop, $16 pel
Hay Timothy, $8 9.25; clover,
8; Oregon wild hay, $6 per ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 4547jc;
seconds, 85 40c; dairy, 80 35c;
Eggs 2(5 )4o per dozen. : -.
" Cheese Oregon - full . .cream, 18c;
Young America, 14c; new cheese 10c
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.50
4.00 per dozen; hens, $4.00; springs,
$2.008.50; geese, $6.508 for old;
$4.506.50 for young; ducks, $4.50
5.50 per dozen; turkeys, live, 12)4
14o per pound. ' '
Potatoes-!-5065o per sack; sweets,
2 2 c per pound. "
; Vegetables: Beets, $1; turnips, 90c;
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cauli
flower, 75o per dozen; parsnips, $1;
beans, 56o per pound; celery, ,70
75d per dozen; cucumbers, . 50o per
box; peas, 8 4c per pound; tomatoes,
25o per box; green , corn, 12
15o per dozen.
Hops 11 18c; 1897 crop, 46o.
Wool Valley, 12 18o per pound;
Eastern -Oregon, 8 13c; mohair, 27
80c per pound. . .
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers
and ewes, 8c; dressed mutton, 6)4
7o per pound; lambs, 7Ko per pound.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
light and feeders, . $4.50; dressed,
.007.00 per 100 pounds. .
Beef Gross, top steers, $3.504.00;
cows, $8.00 8.50; dressed beef, 67o
Veal Large, 67c; small, 8
8Jc per pound.
Seattle Market. .
Onions, new, " $1.25 1.50 per sack.
Potatoes, new, 75c$l.
Beets, per sack, $1.10.
Turnips, per sack, 75o.
: Carrots, per sack, 90c.
" Parsnips, per sack, 90c.
Cauliflower, 75o per dozen. .
Cabbage, native and California, $1
1.25 per 100 pounds. .
Apples, $1.251. 60 per box.
Pears, $1.00 1.25 per box. ' .
Prunes, 60o per box. -. .
Cantaloupes, 5075o. . -Butter
Creamery, 27o per pound;
dairy, 17 22c; ranch, 12 K17o per
pound. ' ". ' ". '' "'
Cheese Native, 1314o. , " """
Poultry 15c; dressed, 16 o. -Hay
Puget Sound timothy, $79
choice Eastern Washington timothy,
Corn Whole, $23.50; cracked, $23;
feed meal, $23. : !. v ' : ':
Barley Rolled or ground, per ton,
$21; whole, $22. J ' v ' -
Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.50;
blended straights,' $3.25; California,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $3.50; gra
ham, per barrel, $3.60; whole wheat
flour, $3.00; rye flour, $3.75.
Millstuffs Bran, per ton, $15.00;
shorts, per ton, $16.00. '; : .
Feed Chopped feed, $20.60 per ton;
middlings, per ton, $22; oil cake meal,
per ton, $35.00. v
- San Franoiflco Market.:
Wool Spring Nevada, 1214o per
pound; Eastern Oregon, 10 14c; Val
ley, 1719c; Northern, 810o. . '
Hops 1899 crop, 1012o per
pound. , -.- '
Onions Yellow, 75 85o per sack.
Butter Fancy creamery 2626c-,
do seconds, 2825c; . fancy dairy, 21
c; do seconds, 1820o per pound.
Eggs Store, 2125c; fancy ranch,
8288c. ; ;' .
r Millstuffs Middlings, $17.60
19.50; nran, $1617. .',
Hay Wheat $6 9. 25; . wheat and
oat $6.508.00; best barley $5.00
7.00; alfalfa, $5.006.75 per ton;
straw, 20 85o per bale.
Potatoes Early Roue, 40 50c; Ore
gon Burbanks, $1.251.50; river Bur
banks, .40 65c; Salinas Burbanks,
90c$1.10 per sack.
Citrus Fruit Oranges, ; Valencia,
.753.25; Mexican limes, $4.00
5.00; California lemons . 75c $1.50;
do choice $l.i . ' inrtfnx.
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THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Boston, Mass.
What He Had.
. Guest What have you got?
Waiter I've got liver, calf's brains,
v "I don't want a description of your
physical peculiarities. What you have
got to eat is what I want to know."
In these days, when so many people
have cameras, a great many good pic
tures are produced, and the amateur
photographers of the world are now
competing for cash prizes at the Ore
gon Industrial Exposition at Portland.
Many good pictures are on exhibition.
CITO Permanently Cured. No fltsornervousness
rilO after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. Bend for FREE $3.00 trial
bottle and treatise. Dll. R H. KLTNK, Ltd., 630
A.rcb street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Anthracite coal on Bellingham bay
has been found to be big disoovery.
: Mothers will find Mrs. Window's Sooth-
t.1 .... 1, U., r . u ..:
children during the teething period.' -
fioohester marble cutters now enjoy
the eight-hour day.
Piso's Cure for Consumption has been a
God-send to me. Wm. B. MeClellan,
Chester, Florida, Sept. 17, 1895.
Cleveland high school teachers earn
$800 a year. : : '
There is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the last few years was supposed to be
Incurable. For a great many years doctors pro
nounced It a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be aconstitu.
tional disease, and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio,
Is the only constitntionaf cure on the market.
It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to
a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any caee it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, F. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
Bom ty Druggists, 7oc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The cathedral of Cologne is naturally
the chief place of interest in that fam
ous city. It took almost six centuries
and a half to build, having been begun
in 1248 and finished in 1880. Its style
of architecture is Gothic, and it has
eight chapels, which contain the re
mains of eight archbishops, and the
skulls of "the three wise men of the
East." The Church of St. Ursula is
decorated inside with the bones of
some of the 11,000 virgins who, with
St. Ursula herself, were murdered by
To keep onions any length of time
the tops and roots should be left on,
but should be throughly dried before
putting away. They will keep a long
time any place in the barn where no
rain can get to them, with a free circu
lation of air and not much light. They
should not be piled - more than three
inches deep. . - ' :
Recently a ship of only 2,500 tons
carried from Para, Brazil, to New
York a cargo of rubber, ..which was
insured for $3, 000,000. , ; .
Frank Long.who lives near Lennon,
Mich., says : " I was taken with a pain
In my back, and I was obliged to take
to my bed. The physician pronounced
my case muscular rheumatism ao- I
ompanied by lumbago. .
'I gradually became worse, until 1
thought death would be welcome re
lease. I was finally induced to try
Dr. Williams' Pin k Tills for Pale Fee- '
pie, and after using five boxes, was J
sntirely cured. -.
VI am confident that Dr. Williams'
Pink I'll Is saved my life. I will gladly
ness and wonderful cure, provided
stamp be enclosod for reply, - .
- "FbakkLono."- I
Sworn to before me at Vcnlce
M loh., tWs 15th day of April, 1808.
G. B. Goldsmith, Justice of the Peace,
from th Observer, Flushing, Mich.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People H
are never sold by the doien or hundred, f 1
but always In packages. At all druggists, fi
or direct (rem tne ur. wmiams Mecicine
Co., Schenectady, N. Y., 60 cents per box,
VMlim WHtHTalL ELSE FAILS.
Bast CouKh Syrup. Tastes Good, use I
in time, sold rv arnistB.
at once will receive the nine
To Do Away With Ear Trumpets.
A telephone has been invented for
deaf people which is intended to do
away with the necessity of carrying
large and clumsy -ear trumpets which
are now in common use.. The new de
vice consists of a small transmitter
which is fastened to the coat, while
the receiver can be carried in the
pocket 'except when wanted. It is
then to be placed to the ear exactly as
is an ordinary telephone reoeiver. -The
whole apparatus is worked by a small
electric battery, which also, finds a
place in the pocket. J Not only is the
new apparatus more convenient than
the old-fashioned ear trumpet, but it is
claimed by the inventor that it entire
ly does away with the necessity of talk
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. Fair at Portland.
The musio at the Oregon Industrial
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