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OREGON CITY ENTERIHU8E, FRIDAY, JUNE 0, ,1809.
i R. L HOLMAIM
Carrie complete line of Ca- ft
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of uierur oualitv nil Itiuat V
modems prices. L
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Know the News
Fer Vaanc Sen and loans; rTaniea.
There is nothing tlit will arouse, tlit
lr of a voting man or woman ao quirk aa
to hava inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress evir ao well,
but if their thlrt front or ahlrt waist (a
mussy their Drat appearance la toilel.
The Tror laundrr'makea a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no tx'tter work than It
ilone at the Trov. I-eave your oMer at
Johnson's bartier shop.
I lhiniel Williama, at the northeast cor
ner of Center anil Seventh street, hat a
choice and well selected stock of family
groceries w hich he in selling at very
reasonable rate. Ilia motto ft "live
and let live, with honest weight and
measure . itootla delivered to any
part of ihs city.
DEATH AK0A1U) SHIP.
HOW BURIALS AT SEA FROM OCIAN
LINERS ARE MANAGED.
Yon ran have It all for
in the Evening Telegram, of Port
land. Oregon. It ia the largest
evening newspaper punliebed in
Orevou; it contain all the newt
of the Stale and of the Nation.
Try it tor a month. A sample
copy will b mailed to you free.
Tranfep and Ejgitfe,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
of the tension at a glance.
Its use means time savin;
and easier sewing;.
It's our own invention
and is found only on the
We have other striking
improvements that appeal to
the careful buyer. Send for
our elegant H. T. catalog.
White Sewing Machine Co.
For sale by White 8. M. Co., San Francisco.
I A FREE PATTERN
1 5 (roar own selection) to ererjr tab-
;$ acriker. Only SO cents a year.
! A ! tVfttJtiful colored olatei ! IitMt !
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THB McCALL CO.,
$ 138-146 Wait 14th St.. Naa York, -
The lloniellr.t Man In Oreou City.
Ai well at the handaomeat. and other
are invited to call on any ilruggiat and
get free a trial bottle of Kemp' Hal nam
for the Throat and Lung, a remedy that
is guaranteed to cure and relieve all
C'hionic and Acute Count, Aathma,
Uronchilia and Conaumption. Price 'ite
THe DRUQ RAPIDLY INLARQINQ ITS
CIRCLE OF VICTIMS.
CTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTKD
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on the Tarillo with (ienrral Merrilt,
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Kong, In the American imichea at Manila,
in th inaurirent ranta with AfiiluaMo, on
the deck of the Olymnia arith Ieer. ami
in th roar of baiil at the fall of Manila.
Bonama for agenta. Unniful of ordinal
plot n re taken ly icovernnxnt photo
graphr on the spot. I.arne book x
price. Rig proflia. KreiKhl poid. Credit
given. Drop ail tranhv unotll-Mal war hooka.
Dutntfrre. AddreM,K. T. Barber, Sre'y.,
tar Imnraiice lllilg., Chicago.
W II AT l MIILOII
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we will refund your rnonev. Trice 25
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A Personal Matter
A well painted bouee ii like a neat
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am very cheap now. Don't leaf it
until the tun make any more marks
and cracks in it.
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OTTS CHEMICAL CO., Prop s, Cleieland Qhlo.
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All the gatiHfaction of a
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Oregon City office at -
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - Oregon.
Utile rereaaaar www llaaljr reaerwla
She Rale Hkew Haltora or fltarae
I'aaaeaaere Are Ika V let la
fart t Cheat lae Kkarka.
There ia no place w here death la mere
nwi'lcopie than on Kmrd a pnawugcr
itivimcr, and l'tvi n the denth and
lnuiiil of a sea traveler the iiielmuholy
, innnence of the event esteuds U) every
ouii on hoard. The limitation of apace
are very likely reepotiaihlo In part for
Una. for there ia the feeling tlmt until
the Uxly ha ! u cant into the arum (if
the ma thete I no getting away from
It. So spake a man who ha crowd the
, Atlantic ooviiu mauy tiinea and who on
inure than wne occaaiou had Ixvn paa
I M-nger on one of the big liners wheu
, dontli bad claimed a victim from among
ttioee ou U ard.
Srtilora dread a death on board their
vcwiH'l a mncb a anything, and when
one occnr they are all anxiety to ren
der the body the lnt service, and this)
fact ia oftn reeMinaihle foi the haute
and ik a nt rtmaideration with which
burials at sae, are too often conducted.
Hut the day of nch cereuioniiw are
last dying, and ertorta are now being
tuade which will ix riuit of the body be
ing carried for the remainder of the
Jonrney after death aud prcjierly hnried
' Even now it 1 generally only sallora
! and steerage paaaeuger who are hurled
at eca. and freinently theee are cunt to
the waves without no ninch a the ve
m l Ix'irjg sloweil down and within an
bonr or two of their death.
I Often enough a death occur in a ves
sel without the fact becoming known to I
more than one or two of the crew or
atevruge paneenger. Every effort i
made to keep the event secret, and in
the etillnee of night, wheu better clna
' paxeengersare coiufortaMy curleil npin
their hnnka. a little hand of men. mov
ing like shadows aero the deck. Iiear a
body fri tu below, and, while the veiwcl
is plowing the sea. the mortal remain
.wrapped in canva or incloetsl in a
crudely made tan, are quietly slipped
over the ship'a side iuto the uiysterions
i The prem nce of a dead body on board
bas sometime not even Un-n suHpected
by the pawengers until some one has
i noticed the ibarks that are followiug,
! for it is no mere sailor's story that
vhurks know when a ahip contain a
corpee. A vessel carrying a dead body
j and pawing throngh water frequeuttl
j by shark is almoet snre to ho followed
, by one or tuort of tboee flfhin, if it di
not outxpeed thelil.
Kather than bury a corpae while
shark are following a veneel the captain
will aoiuetimee have the U dy placed in
the ice chamber and foil steam put on
, the engiuea until the hungry finlies have
dropped astern completely.
In one case at least a body was ac
tually cremated on board by the cup
tain's orders becauae of tbeshark. Dut
shark are not often obatacle topromtit
I burial, and. generally speaking, when
a death occnr at sea. the body is slip-
ped into the water at night with none
to wit lie the proceeding but a couple
of the crew and the captain, who reads
an abridgment of the service from the
The manner of burial of course de
pend greutly npon the captain's own
feeling in rexpect to the dead, and it
tmift m acknowledged that thine feel
ing aro in some caws ail that they
should be. Some captuin huve the
greatest objection to "duuiping" a dead
Ixxly into the ea and, when it i un
avoidable, will do their nttermoet to
conduct the ceremony with all possible
reverence and respect.
For all that, there I always the feel
ing of the ship's crew nnd the melan
choly effect of the present of a corpse
to be reckoned with, and the argument
that more consideration i dna to too
living than the dead often prompt a
captain to "dump" a steerage paxnetiger
in the dead of night without mention
ing the event to more than a couple, of
Tbun it often happens that while a
concert or a private theatrical perform
ance ia going on in the saloon the cap
tain ia engaged making arrutigemetiU
fur the buriulcf some nnfortnnate crea
ture. The "(.'bust of Air" t ore.
"There is no sense," said a New
York physician, who Im parsed the
days when he uinst practice even if ha
does not wish to, "in the haphazard
way in which a patient is sent away
from borne to ezbanst his strength and
spend hi money in the hope that a
change of air will do birn good. There
is no nse in sending a person away to
"Many physicians are not at all con
siderate about this sort of thing. There
are some cases in which the influence
of climate is a potent factor in the
treatment of certain diseases, but not
half so many of them as is genenilly
supposed. Quiet and rest at borne, plen
ty of snnshine, good food and pure air
are worth far more than a change of
climate, that is so often recommended
as a cure all." New York Herald.
Opp. Huntley's Drujr Store,
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Great Britain and America.
"Do yoa buy condensed milk, mad
ami" "I presume that we must, bnt I never
thought of it before. I always order
two quarts and pay for two quarts, bnt
It never nvasnres more than three
pints." Detroit Free Press.
A custom peculiar to Buddhists is
that of wandering about the country
with hammer and chisel and curving
holy symbols upon rocks by the wayside.
The term "filthy lucre" originated
in Scotland and referred in the first
place to the well worn 1 notes of that
Wnmea la Vara, ar r at
ria h of That Mir. re Wnrahlplna
el the Skrlne f Praia llreeder
la Ureal tantber.
"The amount of uioipblnn used by
wo n lu New York ia im relng at
n iiliiiinliig rate." said a physician.
"I do not give the drug at all. save in
ettieme caae. fori lailleve we doctor
are hirgely n-spoiiaihle for the spread
of the evil. It Mi'im such au eeay, mer
ciful thing to relieve scute suffering by
done of morphine, and It would be all
riht if the patient couldn't get the
drug themaelvea. Tiny can get II.
There's the trouble.
"I was railed to see on of my pa
tient lust week. Nh I a wealthy wo
inn n. She develojM'd the morphine habit
two year ago, when she had a serloiia
illuewi. Since then ah haa had period
ical epr with morphine, In spite of
all we could do to prevent her. She al
wara says that the deplorable state she
gets into is due to other cause, but I
ran tell, a oon a I see her. whether
she has been taking morphine. !,at
week, when I went to see her, she was
a nervous wreck and said she had been
agonising with rhrtinmtUin. Ithenma
toon I a bandy thing. A doctor can't
swear thst a patient hsou't got It. I
accivx'd the woman of having Iwn on
a morphine spree. She denied It. I ap
pealed to her husband. Ilesearcheil her
luireau and chiffonier and found SOU
morphine pllla. She had Nuight them
all at one time, but wouldn't tell who
sold them to her.
"Of courax there's a law agnlimt wil
ing morphine except oil prescription,
but a morphine fiend ran alwy get it
if he i M-rintetit. and generally he i
u Any phyairian ran tell a habitual
morphine taker at a glance. Ho can a
druggist. Thn UttT rrada the tinmia
takable signs iu a mall's fiicealid. if he
hiixti't a coiixcictice. will sell the mor
phine victim what hewanta. The drug
gut knows that the purcha-r w ill guard
the aecret quit as cloaely a lie could.
Hut. if a jM-rwin with no symptom of
the morphine habit wstit to buy the
drug, he will probably have great dim
culty in getting it. Nopliarmacit. even
if not particularly reputable, want to
take the chance of liring hauled Dp fr
a breach of the law.
"I am contntly running aro
ca of the morphine huhit. especially,
a I aaid. among women. The life they
lead when active socially n np their
nerve, and they take morphine for neu
ralgia until they can't get along with
out it. L'suiillr they are anhamed of thn
habit ami o.nceal it carefully, but some
time they are quite open aNitit It.
take their morphine regularly and will
not listen to reason. Not a month ago a
beautiful young woman showed me a
new cha'elaine ornament she bad Jnat
iKitiKht. U wa a remarkably handwme
gold caaf. studded with Jewels, aud hack
ed like a vinaigrette. The top peiied.
and innide were a tiny hypodermic
syringe and tnlw of morphine. I said
something more forcible than polite and
tried to make her see the inutility of
the thing, bnt she only laughed and
told me she carried morphine pills in
her chatelaine lontxiniere, ao that aim
Would Iw all right if she happened to l e
where she couldn't tiae the hypoilermic,
which she preferred. I threatened to
tell her hiiHbiirid, but she aaid h knew
ahont it and didn't cure. She didn't
bother him. and he didn't bother her. I
went to the liUNband. and he merely
shrugged his shoulders sndmiid he nev
er interfered with hi wife. Then I re
lieved my mind again and told him
what I thought (if him and now there
ia one family less on my lint of patients.
"That was an exceptional ciiw, I ad
mit. Usually relative and friend of a
person who take morphine do every
thing porsihlu to breuk np the habit,
but a morphine Oeiid is remarkable for
cleverness. A great many women who
don't want any one to know that they
have the habit work the physician for
morphine. I know women of gcod fam
ily who never go more than two weeks
without terrible attacks of neuralgia or
rhenmatism or something else that
causes excruciating agony. The doctor
is called in and tries to relieve the wo
man, bnt nothing relieves her until he
tries morphine. If he is clever enough
to see through t ho thing and too con
scientious to help out the little farce,
be gives np the case. Another doctor is
called in and another, until one pre
scribe what is wanted. That's an old,
old game. Many a struggling young
doctor has thought bis fortune made
becanae a wealthy woman in Ins neigh
borhood culled him in, but when elm is
serionsly ill she goes back to her old
doctor. She only wants the new one to
prescribe morphine for her neuralgia.
"There's no excuse In the world for
a doctor acquiring the morphine habit.
He knows better. Yet some of the doc
tors do it. One famous old New York
doctor tiHud to take bis morphine as
regularly as he tiok his brenkfiiHt, nnd,
whenever he gnvo a hypodermic injec
tion to a patient, ho took una himself
while he had the syringe ont, just for
sociability, I suppose. He never went
to pieces under it. but I presume be
would havo done so in time.
"No one bnt a physician enn reulizn
how this Hiiecial vice ia increasing and
how serious a problem it presents. As
a class the medical profession take a
strong stand against it, bnt I confess
I'm feeling rather diaconraged. The
person who takes a doeo of morphine
for anything within the limits of en
durance is a ford bnt the world is full
of foolh." New York Hun.
Teacher John, illustrate the differ
ence between sit and set.
Bright and Patriotic Boy The
United States is a country on which
the sun never sets and the rest of the
world never sits. Detroit Journal.
fliiuVr tifw inaiiaf iix'i'l Tim Ktairlo IL
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will i cuiiducti''! ni etrktly first fi.
plan Kirt class InMn mrvlon at a feu,
ul.le rale a van I liml In th" city,
nml special attention Klvrit to , '
My uiitiiy friend ami lh KMttru .ub,Jt.
cordially liivit'-tl tl I'M' Bl,,l ,'' hie,
E. C. MADDOCK. Mnnnuor, Oroon City, Oreg0P
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