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THE lOBKISTG OREGOIKTS.UESDAIT. PEBBTJABX If). 1895.
CALLING IN THE CARS
REPORTED CHANGES IS THE SHORT
The Difference Between the Talon
Pacific and the'Rio Grande "Vet-
ern Xot a Yet Settled.
The following statement was printed In
the Salt Lake Tribune of February 15:
"Anent the proposed separation of the
Oregon Short Line & Utah Northern, from
the Union Pacific, It is a noticeable fact
that passenger coaches bearing the Union
Pacific initials are not coming into Salt
Lake, and that all trains coming to this
point are made up of Oregon Short Line
& Utah Northern coaches. Local freight
trains are running In about the same pro
portion, and it Is understood from local
officials that these circumstances are the
result of instructions to move the equip
ment of the Oregon Short Line &. Utah
Northern on the" property, and to "return
Union Pacific equipment to the main line.
3t is probable orders will be issued today
to move all main line locomotives off from
the Short Line road and Teturn all Union
Pacific power to the main line.''
The above is interesting, in view of the
fact that just such an order was issued
to this division of the Union Pacific short
ly before the appointment of the O. R. &
N. receiver, and would indicate, if true,
that the Union Pacific is preparing for
the change expected to take place March
7. R. "W. Baxter, the general agent of the
line, however, declares there Is nothing
in the report. He said:
"No such order has been issued. The
report doubtless originated In the Imagi
nation of some one in Salt Lake, who saw
O. R. & N. or Short Line rolling stock
there. It is customary to keep equip
ment on the division to which it belongs,
so far as practicable. The story of such
an order being issued is untrue."
A. XORTHERX PACIFIC SIAX.
Promoted to a. Division Superintend
ent1 on That Road.
E. G. Pearson, formerly assistant divis
ion superintendent of the Yellowstone and
I.Iissouri divisions of the Northern Pacific
at Glendive, Mont., has been made super
intendent of the same, vice John Dorsey,
deceased. Mr. Pearson is a young man,
and has risen rapidly in the railroad serv
ice. Before last summer he was princi
pal assistant engineer of the "Wisconsin
Central, when the Northern Pacific was
operating that line. Afterward he was
chief engineer of the Chicago & Northern
Pacific In JSS2 he commenced service, at
the ace of IS, as engineer In the construc
tion of the Rocky mountain division of
the Northern Pacific. He was assistant
superintendent of the Portland terminals
form 18S2 to 1SS4, and supervisor of bridges
and buildings of the Minnesota division
from 18S4 to 1SS9, and division engineer
between St. Paul and Livingstone between
aSS9 and 1S91. He is strictly a Northern
MAY CAUSE TROUBLE.
Attitude of Rio G ramie "Western To
Trard the Trunk Lluew Committee.
CHICAGO. Feb. 18. B. D. Caldwell,
chairman of the Western Trunk lines com
mittee, left tonight for St. Louis, to confer
with the Missouri Pacific and the Missouri,
Kansas & Texas officials, regarding the
membership of these lines in the commit
tee. The attitude of the Rio Grande West
ern In declining to become a member so
long as the Union Pacific allowed its side
trips, which are allowed only because the
Rio Grande Western gives stop-overs at
Salt Lake City, is likely to cause further
complications in the West, and It may be
some tlme-before -they -are -straightened
out. The Rock Island and the Burlington,
which are Eastern connections of the Rio
Grande Western, are disposed to take an
amicable view of the situation, and the
chances are that the trouble will be ad
Justed within a short time.
An Aliened Cnt-Off.
An Eastern Oregon paper publishes a
rumor to the effect that Chief Engineer
Kennedy, of the O. R. & N. Co., has been
out in the Blue mountains examining a
route for the proposed cut-oft from the
present course of the road. The new line.
It Is said, would leave the present line
somewhere the north fork of Meacham
creek, and. pursuing a southern course,
would strike Five-Point creek on this
side of the summit. The distance would
be about 12 miles shorter than the present
one. There is evidently some mistake
about this, as Mr. Kennedy says he has
not been examining any such proposed
route, or any other route; In fact, has not
been out In the mountains at all. He says
the line mentioned was looked over at the
time the road was built, and it was de
cided that there was nothing in it. Mr.
Kennedy has an idea that there will not
be many cut-offs built by any railroad
company until business Is better.
The Seattle Local.
A rumor has been circulating In rail
road quarters that the Northern Pacific
Mill take off the Seattle local. The report,
however, was not confirmed at Northern
Pacific headquarters. It Is more likely
that the train, which now leaves in the
morning, will go out in the afternoon.
At the present time both the local and
through trains leave within a short time
of each other. The arrangement is not
entirely satisfactory, and the change is
Lnrsrc Order for Rniln.
The Oregon Railway & Navigation Com
pany has placed an order In the East for
1000 tons of rails of assorted sizes. These
rails are not to be used, as some may
suppose, in building new lines, but wih
be utilised In making necessary repairs
en the system. The rails will be brought
around the Horn by sailing vessels of the
Sutton Dispatch line. The shipment will
thus be of no little benefit to the ship
ping interests of this city.
F. W. Parker. Puget sound agent of the
Omaha line. Is in the city.
Ten carloads of livestock were shipped
from Ontario. Or., to Omaha yesterday on
a special fast schedule.
A. D. Charlton, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Northern Pacific, has
returned from the Sound.
Messrs. Cotton. McNeill, Hurlburt,
Campbell and Fulton, who went to Olym
pla to appear before the railroad commit
tee of the legislature, returned to the city
A Northern Pacific circular announces
the following changes in the names of
stations: Wardner Junction. Idaho, to
Wardner: Halfords, Mont., to Hartford:
MungcrsviUe. Mont., to Wibaux.
The Northern Pacific Express and Great
Northern Express Companies have issued
a joint circular, giving notice to shippers
of fresh fish from Puget sound points
of their agreement "that in consideration
of receiving and transporting fresh fish
at net weights, shippers are required to
declare the actual weight of such fish, and
to mark the ssm on each box."
Dan Dnly Ajralrt Inxatic.
CHICAGO. Feb. 2S.-Dan Daly, one of
the polkemen who charged the anarch
ists during the Haymarket riot and was
almost killed by being struck on the
head by a piece of a bomb, was taken
to the detention hospital today, having
been stricken by another violent attack
of insanity. He rushed around his home
flourishing two revolvers and threatening
to kill everyone In the house He has
been in the asylum twice.
Took Klfter-n Grain of Morphine.
Y. ALLACE. Idaho. Feb. IS. Louis Aree
ton Valley committed sulckle here last
right ith 15 grains of morphine, which
&.s taket. iu a gla of whisky at Mel
Ion's saloon He purchased the poison at
the drug store an hour previous to taking
It, where he gave an assumed name. He
was a. natH'e of Tyrol and had been here
but a few weeks. He wrote the address
of relatives In London and Italy, after
taking the drup, but assigned no cause for
the act. Physicians refused to attend
him until too late. He took the morphine
at 9 o'clock last night and lived until
after 6 this morning.
FAILED TO SUCCEED.
Clever Attempt to Swindle Kansas
Banlc by Forged Draft.
EMPOPOA. Ivan., Feb. IS. A clever
scheme to swindle Kansas banks by bogus
drafts was discovered here today and the
would-be forger was arrested. He gives
the name of Hartwell P. Heath, and claims
to hail from Pasadena, Cal.. while papers
found on him indicate that he is Frank H.
Trusdell, and that he was formerly con
nected with San Francisco papers. He is
very reticent. Some days ago the Citizens"
bank here received a letter from Pasadena,
Cal., purporting to be from the cashier of
the National bank, of that place. Intro
ducing Hartwell P. Heath. Today a man,
giving the name, presented a draft from
the Pasadena bank for 5350 on the Nassau
bank, of New York. The cashier became
suspicious, and made Investigation. It re
sulted In showing the signature of the Cal
ifornia cashier was a forgery, and that the
other Emporia banks had received similar
letters. The man was arrested and held
until word was -received from California
pronouncing all the letters forgeries. On
being searched, fraudulent drafts, amount
ing to several thousand dollars, were found
on his person. Letters, cards, newspaper
clippings and railroad passes were also
found in his possession, and indicate that
the prisoner's real name Is Frank H. Trus
dell, and that he was formerly managing
editor of the Elmira (X. Y.) Telegram,
and lately had been connected with the
San Francisco Chronicle.
He had a receipt for dues in the San
Francisco Press Club, and a personal let
ter from Editor DeYoung, of the San Fran
cisco Chronicle. The prisoner is gentle
manly in all of his actions. He has a
black mustache, brown eyes, and is of the
average height. He refuses to say a word,
especially to reporters, referring all ques
tioners to his lawyers, whom he immedi
ately retained after being taken into cus
tody. Telegrams received from Wichita
state that letters of introduction, similar
to those presented at the Citizens bank
today, had been received by several banks
Hlx Career iu San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. IS. Frank H.
Trusdell, who is accused of attempting
to swindle Emporia, Kan., banks, by
means of forged drafts, is well known
here. He came to San Francisco about
three years ago and worked as a reporter
on the Chronicle. He was of good ad
dress and made a favorable impression.
During the midwinter fair, he acted as
chief of the bureau of publicity and pro
motion, and since the fair closed he has
been engaged in writing a history of the
enterprise. He was a member of the San
Francisco Press Club and was noted as a
clever and entertaining talker. Pie left
here for the East about a week ago and
said he would soon return. His record
while here, as far as known, was good.
THE LONE HIGHWAYMAN.
A Suspect ArrcMted "Who Once "Work
ed Ills Game in Oregon.
MARYSVILLE, Cal.. Feb. 18. George
Hackett, Wells-Fargo's special messen
ger, arrested Martin Meyers, alias Tom
Connors, alias Durant, on the Knight's
Landing train at Palermo, at 4 o'clock
this morning on suspicion of his being the
lone highwayman who held up the Forbes
town stage near Oroville, Saturday morn
ing. The prisoner was brought to Morris
vllle. He told a reporter he had grown
desperate, his cabin, IS miles from Oro
ville' and folir from "F&rbestown,' tiavlng
It Is understood the prisoner has con
fessed the crime to Hackett, J. L. Tucker
and Marshal Maben. He was taken to
Oroville this afternoon.
Meyers, alias Durant, was a partner of
Tommy Brown, the notorious stage rob
ber, who stood up the stage from Rose
burg to Redding in 1S77. He is Go years
of age. and has been prospecting near
Forbestown for four months.
The officers found money, a watch -chain
and other booty concealed at the bottom
of a 10-pound sack of flour rolled up In the
THOMAS CLEARY CONVICTED.
Verdict of Manslaughter Against Him
for Killing Dorrity.
HELENA, Mont.. Feb. IS. Thomas
Cleary was today convicted in the district
court of manslaughter for killing Frank
Dorrity, a gambler, a few months ago. in
this city. Cleary was at one time a prom
inent middle-weight prize-fighter, and had
a go with Jack Dempsey before a club
in San Francisco. He had run down at
the heel until he had become a rounder,
and while hanging around gambling
houses he fell In with Dorrity, who was
a bad man with a reputation for killing
people. They had been out all night and
wound up with a quarrel. While Dorrity
was running from Cleary. the latter drew
a bead on him and sent a ball Into the
back of his neck. It seems that Dorrity
was running for his gun to kill Cleary,
so the case was made manslaughter. He
will be sentenced Saturday.
OTHER CRIME NEWS.
A Murderous Tramp.
GREENSBURG. Pa., Feb. IS. Mrs. Al
Rupert, an aged resident of Harris City,
is lying at her home dying from wounds
inflicted by a tramp. La3t night the
tramp appeared at her door and asked for
something to eat. She invited him in and
gave him a hearty supper. He then de
manded money, which the old lady re
fused. While she was not looking the
tramp picked up his heavy hickory walk
ing stick and dealt her a blow on the back
of the head, felling her to the floor. He
then ransacked the house but secured
A Lawyer on Trial.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Feb. 18. T. Wes
ley Van Schlever, formerly a lawyer In
this city, and the partner of J. M. Lam
ron. came before the court for trial this
morning upon the charge of embezzling
J1073 from Mrs. M. L. Anderson, who had.
Is Is alleged, entrusted money to him with
which to pay off a mortgage for her, the
trust being of professional character. Van
Shievcr," It Is alleged, appropriated the
money to his own use. Afterwards he
fled the state, and was arrested in Lin
coln. Neb. After much legal fencing he
was brought here.
County Offlclal Short.
BOISE. Feb. IS. An expert examiner has
disclosed the fact that cx-Audltor W. C
Wickersham. of Elmore county. Is heavlly
tshort in his accounts: also ex-Sheriff J. D.
Gray. The tetter's shortage is about $15.
009. and the former's Is sakl to reach 510,
000. Must In.y the Cost.
PITTSBURG. Feb. IS. A sealed verdict
in the case against George M. Irwin for
obtaining money under false pretenses was
opened this morning. It found the discre
tionary pool operator not guilty of the
offense charged, but ordered him to pay
Still Another Ilronprut Ashore.
LONDON. Feb. IS. The body of Walter
Schull. an Elbe passenger, was brought to
Dungeness today by a Ashing vessel.
The "Wastes of Siberia
Are not more barren of comfort than the
waists of those who suffer from dyspepsia,
from liver complaint or from kidney trou
ble. But in Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
they can find relief. So can the malari
ous, the rheumatic, the neuralgic, the
feeble and the old. Use with persistence
this remedy with a career of over a third
of a century. A wineelatsful three times
THEYHAP FREE RIDES
THE FIRST TRIP ofc THE NEW
"Welcomed ly Cp-RIver Merchant!
Officers of the Boat Hurri
cane at Fiji.
The steamer Elmore, of the O. R. & N.
Co.'s Upper Willamette fleet, which left
Portland on her first trip Saturday morn
ing, arrived at Corvallls yesterday morn
ing. She left back on her return trip in
the afternoon and laid over at Salem
last night. The Elmore will return this
morning, and will leave up again Thurs
day morning. Her regular schedule will
be out from Portland Sundays and Thurs
days. The maiden trip was in every respect
a satisfactory one. At every landing the
people flocked down to see the new
steamboat, and they were loud In their
praises of the handsome appearance of
the new craft. The enterprise of General
Manager McNeill In so promptly supply
ing a boat In the place of the old Willam
ette Chief was generally commented upon.
At Salem 200 of the leading citizens were
taken aboard and given a three-hours'
excursion up and down the river. Music
and refreshments were provided, and
dancing was indulged in. Another large
crowd was taken aboard at Independence,
and similar excursions were given at Al
bany and Corvallis.
Captain George Rabbe, the Elmore's
master, says the new boat Is the best for
all-around purposes of any boat which
ever ran on the Willamette. He claims
she is the speediest boat on the upper
river today. Her first trip demonstrated
that she can carry 40 tons of freight on a
draft of 20 Inches, and S00 tons on four
feet. Miles Bell, the pilot, has been a
master t.nd pilot on the Willamette for
33 years. He Is the oldest man in rl'er
service now occupying a position on the
river. William Marshall, the engineer,
has been engaged on the lower river for
the company for the past 15 years.
Hnrricnnc at Fiji.
On the 6th and 7th inst. a most disas
trous hurricane passed over the Fijian
group, says the Sidney Commercial News
of January 19. Some of the islands were
devastated; many houses at Vevuka were
wrecked. At Suva three churches and the
custom-house were blown to pieces. The
shipping suffered severely. Nine cutters,
from five to 20 tons, were lost, and the
bark Ophlr. with GOO tons of copra, drag
ging her anchor, became a total wreck.
The bark Dlone, from Port Natal, had to
be dismasted to save the hull. Rewa suf
fered badly. Thirty lighters and two
launches are under water. The A. U. S.
N. Co.'s steamer Victoria, which arrived
this morning from Fiji, encountered the
full force of the hurricane. She came
through the storm with only trifling dam
age, and the loss of but one horse.
Work for the Lighthouse Steamers.
The lighthouse tender Columbine is at
Astoria, and has been- trying to get out
to the lightship with a supply of coal,
but has been unable to do do on account
of rough weather. The Manzanlta is ly
ing at the buoy depot, having bridge walls
put to her boilers, and undergoing minor
repairs. The tenders will have plenty of
work to do when spring opens, putting
to rights buoys along the coast. Captain
Farenholt says It is impossible to keep
buoys in place off Yaqulna bay. There is
a shelving rock bottom, and when ordin
ary sinkers would not hold a buoy, he
had a big mushroom anchor put there
but as there is no sand nor mud to hold
lr. the force of the waves carries the
buoy away. -
Notice to Mariners.
Notice is given by the lighthouse board
that the R. & B. H. S. buoy, first-class
can, marking Presidio shoal, San Fran
cisco bay, has been replaced as near as
possible in its old position.
Notice Is also given that the iron spin
dle, surmounted by a round cage, painted
R. & B. H. S.. placed on Anita rock, San
Francisco bay, has been destroyed. A red
buoy, first-class nun, has been placed
about 330 feet north of the rock as a tem
porary aid until the spindle is rebuilt.
Nothing' Seen of the Dtiurcsrgran.
ASTORIA, Feb. IS. The tug Relief pass
ed Sunday night in a cruise off the mouth
of the Columbia river searching for the
overdue British ship Dunreggan, which
was sighted near the lightship 10 days
ago with Pilot Staples on board, but was
driven off by easterly gales. No trace of
her was seen by the tug.
No Sign of the Dunreggan.
ASTORIA. Feb. 18. The tug relief, after
being outside for 24 hours searching for
the British bark Dunreggan, which ar
rived off the river 10 days ago, returned
to the harbor yesterday, but brought no
tidings of the object of her search. The
Dunreggan has Pilot Staples on board.
The Prlncese Marie Is due up from As
The steamer Alice Blanchard, in the
Detrick line, is due from San Francisco
The British Merchant, at Montgomery
dock, and the Carnarvon Bay, at Victoria,
dock, loaded wheat yesterday.
The Brltlfh General began discharging
ballast at the elevator yesterday. Other
ballast ships working were the Dunearn,
at Irving dock, and Celtic Queen, at Mont
The ship Kenilworth, from San Fran
cisco, which arrived at Honolulu Febru
ary 5, was the first fouf-mastcd ship that
ever entered that harbor. On the passage
down the Kenilworth's boatswain, named
Smith, fell overboard, and was drowned.
He was 21 years old and a native of Mas
sachustetts. Domestic and Forclprn Ports.
SAX FRANCISCO. Feb. 18. Freights
Gantock Rock, 1550 tons, and Prlncesse
Marie, 12S8 tons, both In the Columbia
river, wheat thence to Cork, prior to ar
rival. 33s 9d; Emma Claudlna, 1S6 tons,
now at Humboldt bay, lumber thence to
Champcrlco; Nlnevah. 1174 tons, now at
San Diego, lumber from Puget sound for
Sydney, ship's account: Raphael, 14G5
tons, now at Departure bay, coal thence
to this port.
SAX FRANCISCO. Feb. 18. Arrived
"Willamette, from Departure bay; bark
Xonatum, from Blakeley; Arago, from
Coos bay; Cosmopolis, from Newport bay.
Cleared Ship Eiwell, for Xanalmo. De
partedQueen, for Astoria and Portland;
Areata, for Coos bay.
ASTORIA, Feb. IS. Arrived down
Steamship Columbia, from Portland;
steamer Bandorllle. from Portland: Brit
ish ship Grassendale, from Portland.
Left up Bark Princesse Marie, for Port
land. Left British ship Comliebank. for
anchorage at Sand Island. Sailed Steam
ship Columbia, for San Francisco; steam
er Bandorille, for Coos bay.
NEW YORK. Feb. IS. Arrived La
Boursogne. from Havre: Furncssia. from
Glasgod and Moville. Arrived out Aura
nia, at Que?nstown; Sailer, at Bremer
haven. February 17; Friesland, at Gibral
tar; Fuerst Bismarck, at Malta; Mary
land, at London. Sighted Saandam, from
Rotterdam for New York, passed Dover.
The Insurance Situation.
SAN FRAXCISCO. Feb. IS. The board
of fire underwriters of the Pacific coast
held a two-hours session today and ad
journed subject to the call of the chair.
Although the members were reluctant to
say what occurred at the meeting. It
has been ascertained that the situation
as regards a conflict between the under
writers and the few companies that have
not Joined the new compact has greatly
Improved. Representatives from the boms
offices of the Continental,, Phoenix and I
Home companies are Inthls city and are
making careful investigations, which. It
Is thought, will result in bringing those
companies into the new board.
TO BE LEASED.
The Vancouver City Electric Light
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Feb. IS. The clty
council has at last decided to lease the
city electric light plant. The question has
been under consideration more than a
month by present council, and at various
times by other councils' for the last four
years. The decision to lease was prac
tically arrived at by the council acting as
a committee of the whole two weeks ago,
but no definite information could be gain
ed until tonight when, at the regular
meeting of the council, an ordinance was
introduced and read the" first and second
times, authorizing the mayor to enter
Into a contract with DeWitt Jenkins and
J. W. Harvy for the lease of the plant,
and to require bonds of not less than $10,
000 for the faithful performance of the
contract and for the proper care of the
machinery, etc. Messrs. Jenkins and Har
vy are both residents of this city, and are
considered thoroughly" competent and
practical engineers and electricians. About
a month ago they submitted a proposi
tion to the council to assume full control
of the plant and pay all expenses, etc.. for
a term of three years, with the privilege
of five, and to maintain and operate 50
arc lights for street purposes at the rate
of $2 each per month for 12 o'clock lights
and $2 SO for all-night lights. This piopo
sition is considered a good one by a
majority of the members of the council
and many citizens, while the proposition
to lease the plant in any manner is op
posed by many others. It is the intention
of the council to bind the lease and to
maintain the present schedule of rates
for Incandescent lights. The estimated
cost of arc lights to the city heretofore
has been about $9 each.1" Under this sys
tem the cost. Including wear and tear of
machinery, etc., will probably be S7. The
contract authorized by the ordinance
will be reported In two weeks, and will
require the approval of five out of seven
councllmen to pass.
The ordinance amending the ordinance
regulating the licenses of drays was pass
ed. A'ery little other business of Im
portance was done at the meeting.
A SUDDEN DEATH.
Decease of "W. R. P. Rennnn Dcnmnils
a Coroner's Investigation.
W. R. P. Rennan, a carpenter, died
suddenly in his room at the La Crosse
house. 30S(4 First sereet, about 12:30 o'clock
this morning, under circumstances that
demanded a coroner's investigation. De
ceased was last evening apparently in
the best of health, and when he left his
friends at 10 o'clock was in a jovial mood.
Soon after midnight some one In an ad
joining room heard him. struggling, as if
in agony. His room was brcken into by
roomers in the house, who found him dy
ing. Rennan 'was about 50 years old and
unmarried. Ho was a veteran of the civil
war, and has relatives in this city, who
were at once notified. Coroner Cornelius
had the remains removed to the morgue,
and will probably hold an inquest today.
Hethinks Rennan died of heart disease,
At a late hour last night Gus LeCIare
and William Farris, morphine fiends, were
arrested by Patrolman Endicott and Spe
cial Smith, and locked up, on a charge of
burglary. It is alleged that the prisoners
entered the Portland bakery, corner Sec
ond and Main streets, early Sunday morn
ing, and ransacked the, place, taking
money, bread-tickets and other stuff of
considerable value. All of'the plunder was
recovered" from LepiaredrgBiorn In the Ladd
house. , " "1
DR. POWELL REEVES
113 Fourth. St., Cor. Washington, Portland, Or.
LOST MANHOOD 1.:
icoceie, weaz ana unaeveiopea parts tuny re
YOUNG MEN .riS
and as a censequenca are afflicted with emis
sions, exhausting drain, pimples, iashfulness.
aversion tx society, a tired. -Cpld. gloomv
feeling and failing of menv.y. confusion of
ideas, absolutely unfitting you for study, busi
ness or marriage, do not neglect yourself until
too late. Do not allow false pride and sham
modesty to deter you in seeking Immediate re
lief. Get cured and be a man.
of you suffering from weak backs, aching kid
eel's, frequent urination and sediment In urine,
often accompanied by loss of rigor and power
and impairment of general health. Many die
of this difficulty Ignorant of the cause, which
is the second stae of seminal weakness. Be
fore it is everlastingly too late, consult Dr.
Reeves, who thoroughly understands your
trouble and can treat it with unfailing success.
KIDNEY AND URINARY
complaints, painful, difficult, too frequent,
milky or Koody urine, unnatural discharges
DTJ TT A rp"C1 Diseases. cleeL ironorrho-a.
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cured without pain or detention frosi business.
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Consultation and examination
Send stamp for book.
DR. POWELL REEVES.
BLOOD AND SKIN
scrofula, tumors, syphilitic taints, rheumatism,
eruptions, etc. promptly curtd. leaving tha
erstem In a pure, strong and healthful state.
tiT'DTrnii'-your troubles If living away from
IlVULJi the city. Thousands cured at
boms by correspondence, and medicines sent
ecure from observation. Book on SEXUAL
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DR. POWELL REM. 113 FOURTH
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Toe Sale ty S. Q. Ekidmoro Co., 151 72rst St., Portland, Or. Solo Areata
TO WEAK MEN
J hO Sandens vSpj
.Men who have ivS- wasted tne
sprightly energy of C3; Vs. youth In excesses
and fast living .52Yi. men who have lost
that mental ambl-CS ECtlon which belongs
to vigorous and..vJ5well-kept manhood
at any ice: In o-viv- short, men who
have by early habits and mistakes and the later
excesses and dissipations weakened the founda
tions of sexual and mental vigor, and who are.
while still young in years, wasted in the vital
forces, short in memory and dull in intellect,
with the physical being shaky and devoid of en
durance. To such men electricity as applied by
DR. SAXDENS ELECTRIC BELT, is wonder
ful in the immediate effect it produces. The
slow, continuous infusion o the current grad
ually 6ets all the weak functions in action,
stores new power In them, and in a few days
manhood begins to return and sexual forces de
velop, the memory becomes clearer and the In
tellect sharper. Manhood in all its elements fol
lows the application of this wonderful belt.
DOES NOT THIS CONVINCE i
DEER PARK. Wash.. Jan. 19. 1S93.
Dr. A. T. Sanden Dear Sir: I will now let
you know what effect your belt had on my case
of impotency. I was. you might say. completely
impotent when I started to wear the belt. I
felt its good effects the first week, and in three
weeks my powers were almost perfect. I wore
the belt seven weeks, and it has restored my
sexual strength completely, and from that time
(a year and a half ago) It has remained perfect.
I have been recommending your belt wherever I
get a chance, and you will receive many orders
from here. I remain yours respectfully.
A pocket edition of the celebrated electro
medical work. "Three Classes of Man." Illus
trated, is sent free, sealed, by mall, upon appli
cation. Every yountr. middle-aged or old man
suffering the slightest weakness should read it.
It ylll point out an easy, sure and speedy way
how to regain strength and health when every
thing else has failed. Address
DR. A. T. SANDEN,
53 Washington St.. Cor. Third,
Made 2 well
rsoDCcxs rax asoyb
CESUL.TS In 0 ATB.
Kervous Diseases. Failing: Memory,
Paresln. Sleeplessness. NifthtlT Enifs-
fions. etc. caused by past abuses, gives vigor end iz
to shrunken organs, and quickly but surely restores
LotJisnhoodlnoIooryoung. i-(isi!r carried in Test
pocket. 1'ricoiJ 1.00 a ptcks.ee. Six for 5.00irltk a
written xrunraatec tocure or money reftimled. Iion't
bifgan imitation, but Insist en baring JNDAI'O, It
yoardrucRisthssnotgot it. we will send it prepaid.
Ur!cntlledlesJCoMl'ropc. CMesgc, Hi., crturagnU.
SOLD by Bluraauer-Frank Drcc Co., x$i Fourth
St., and S. G. Sfcidmore & Co.. 151 First St
Tor Gonorrhea, GIret, Lrarorrhera md Fcrrreafurricrc.
KO PAIN. XO STAIN. FHEB SYRIMJE.
Prt?MtSlrittiresnilal rrintr DUtases 0r hoih eeies.
" Injection Xtljdor U 'THE BEST of a'l ItsiUr
teaedies. DH. HEfKY KENY, Elidefcrt, 11
MalygorMfg. Co.. Lancaster, O.. U.s.A
Are acknowledged by thousands of persons who
have used them for over forty years to cure
SICK HEADACHE. GIDDINESS. . CONSTIPA
tlon. Torpid Liver, Weat Stomach, Pimples,
and purify the blood.
1 CATAERES biSfer."ffi
nary and all constitutional and internal troubles
treated far in advanco of any otner institution
of the "West.
EYE AND EAR flammationhrot,C ths
eyelids cr globe and far or near-slshtedneas.
inversion of the lids, scrofulous eyes., dimness
of vision or blindness of one or both eyes, ulcer
ation. inBammation, cbscessea, tumors of lid
INKLAMSIATIOJ? OF THE EAR. ULCEP.A
TION" OR CATARRH. Internal or external,
deafness or paralysis, closing or roaring noises,
thickened drums, "tc.
I A "nTT?W; If you are suffering from p-r-'fxXJJ.ili'
tlstent headache, painful men
struation, lucorrhoes. or whites. Intolerable
Itching, displacement of the womb, or any other
distressing- ailment peculiar to your sex. you
ehould call on DR. REEVES without delay.
He cures when ethers fall.
SCALP rf SKIN DISEASES
A positive and permanent cure effected in
every form of scalp and sldn diseases, by a scl
entitle and harmless method of treatment.
Moles, freckels. pimples, blackheads, liver spots.
Cesh worms, dandruff, redness of ths nose,
scrofula, ecald head, wrinkles, scaly tetter of
the scalp, elbows and knees, barbers" Itch,
scars, superfluous hair, eczema or rait rheum,
ringworms, tetter of the bands, arms and body,
prurigo, scurvy. pemphegui. impetigo, erysip
elas. lsorlati3. moth patches, scaly and pimp'
skin diseases, cured by a certain and most skill
ful treatment, and tbs skin and complexion
i NERVOUS DEBILITY kr, VT.
name and nature a specialty, rnss distinguished
doctor's success in cases of this character ua
been really phenomenal.
HEART BRAIN tP NERVES
If you have a dizziness of the head and pal
pitation of the heart, difficult breathing and
suffocating feeling, fullness of the head, a tlre-I.
Irritable, discontented feellns. and fear ct im
pending danger or death, a dread of being alone
or the reverse desire to be clone: If your mem
cry is falling and you ore gloomy and despond
ent, cr if you dream much or often, and feel
an aversion to society, you are suffering from
& serious disease of the nerves, brain and heart.
You have no time to lose. Call ct onca aoj
CONSULT TIIE OLD DOCTOR.
STREET. COR. WASHINGTON. PORTLAND. CI
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Uon of a famous French physician, will quxkly cuie you of all net
vons cr diseases of tb generative cirpanx, s'-cli as LustManfcoc
InjomnU, I'alnsln the Back, Seminal Emission. Nervons Debility
Pimples, Unfitness to Harry, Kxliaasting Drrins, Varicocele
Conjuration, ItstnpU Ic-"Jiby1ay or nlgnt. Prevpnts qnlrl:
ntss of discharge, Ltch If notebook rj ied3 to Kprmatorrhrea ant
Tralni Uv and cro da to arrive at Portland:
LEAVE FROU JAN. 1. 1S31. ARRIVK
r OVERLAID Erpressl
j bfclein. Ileseourfr. .sa- I
San .Francisco. Molars, f
lljli A mwaIa VI I
Sew Urieani aatl East I i
Hoseburg and. way station j 4:33 Pit
f Via WooUouro ior iltl I
J Aujsl. allverton. West , Pally
cio. BroTk-nsYiUe.fi except
iSprtnzneld and Matron j bundar.
Corvallis and way aif.Ionsi; 5:i-'it
McMlnuville. wy stations!; :25A It
ft ISO Ail
Dally. DaIly except Sunday.
DIXIXG CARS OX OGDEJ? ROUTE.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPEs'G CARS
ATTACHED TO ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
Through Ticket Oflly, 134 First street, where
through tickets to all points in the Eastern
States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at
lowest rates from J. B. KIRKLAND. TICKET
All the above trains arrive and depart from
Grand Central Station, Fifth and I streets.
Passenjrer Depot, foot of Jefferson street.
Leave for OSWEGO (week days) at 6:00. 7:20,
10:15 A. M.. 12:15. 1:35. 5:15. 6:30. S I. M..
and at 11:30 P. M. (on Saturday only).
Arrive at Portland 7:10. 8:30, 11:23 A. M..
1:30, 4:15, 6:20. 7:40. 9:05 P. at.
Leave for SHERIDAN (week days) at 4:30 P.
M. Arrive at Portland :30 A. M.
Leave for AIRLIE Monday. Yvednesdav and
Friday at 3:40 A. M. Arrive at Portland Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday at 3:05 P. M.
Sunday trains for OSWEGO leave at 7:30.
9:00. 11:00 A. M.. 12:40. 2:00. 3:30, 5:00. 6:50 P.
M. Arrive at Portland at S:40, 10:30 A. M.,
12:15. 1:50. 3:15. 4:45. 6:30. 7:55 P. M.
Ferry connects with all trains for Sellwood.
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst. Gen. F. & P. Agt.
FOR ALL POINTS EAST.
UUrS DEPOT FIFTH 1SD I STS. I 1RWT3
The Vast Mail, via
sas City, or via S'po
and Si. Paul, with
through, carries to
3:00 A. U.
For Pond'oton. La
1 Grande. Baker City. I
Walla Yalla, Day- I
ton. Colfax. Pull- f
man. Moscow nnd
Idaho mining-points. J
f Local Mixed Train
J for Hood KivBr. The
1 DqIIoj nnd intaraio- I
8:00 A. M.
7:00 P. L
i l diate stations. j
Throush Pullman Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers
and Reclining - Chair Cars are attached to
Cdlumbin River Route.
Two-boat daily service for Astoria and way
T. J. Potter leaves Portland 7 A. M except
Sunday; leaves Astoria 7 P. M., escept Sunday.
R. R. Thompson leaves Portland 8 P. M., ex
cept Sunday; leases Astoria 6:45 A. M., except
On Saturday nights the R. R. Thompson will
leave Portland at 10 o'clock.
"Willamette River Route.
Stpamers Modoo and Hoag. for Oregon City,
Salem, Corvallis and way points, Sur.das. Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 A. M. Re
turn from Corvallis following day at 8:30 A. M..
lying in Salem all night, leaving for Portland
at R A. M., Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Yamliili River Route.
Steamer Salem, for Oregon City, Dayton, Mc
Minnvllle and way stations, Mondays. "Wednes
days and Fridaj-3 at 7 A. M. Return the follow
Snake River Route.
Leave Riparia 10:30 A. M., Mondays and Fri
days. Ijeave Lewistoa 10 A. M., Sundays and
Steamship State of California, for San Fran
cisco, at 8 P. M., January 23. February 2, 12,
Steamship Columbia, for San Francisco, at 3
P. M.. January 23: February 7, 17, 27.
Steamships sail from San Francisco at 10 A.
M. the day following departure from Portland.
Ocean steamers sail from Alnswortli dock.
All river steamers depart from Ash - street
Fur all information, rates, etc., call at city
office, corner Washington and Third sts., or ad
dress W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent.
E. McNEILL. Receiver and General Man..
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
TO JAPAN AND CHINA.
These twin - screw steamers are In every re
spect superior to any ships that have yet sailed
the Pacific ocean. This route is 300 miles
shorter than via anyjother trans-Pacific passen
SAILING DATES FROM VANCOUVER, B. C.
Empress of China. March 4; May 13.
Empress of India. April 1: June 3.
Empress of Japan. April 22; June 21. ;
And every three weeks thereafter.
AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP LINE
HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND.
Rates, accommodations and any Information
for pasensers offered by any line. -
SAILING DATES FROM VANCOUVER. B. C.
Miowera. March 16; May 16.
Warrimo, April 16; June 10.
Rates, accommodations and any Information
concerning thee lines cheerfully furnished by
calling on or addressing
General Agent, 146 First st., Portland.
STMR. TELEPHONE FOR ASTORIA.
Columbia River & Puget Sound Navigation Co.
Alder-street Dock. Telephone No. 351.
Leaves Portland dally, except Sunday. 7. A. M.
Leaves Astona dally, except Sunday. 7 P. 11.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Coolgardle Gold Fields (Freemantle), Australia,
?2S0. first-class; $125, steerage. Round the
world. ?6I0, 1st: $350, 2d. Lowest rates to Cape
Town. Steamship Mariposa sails, via Honolulu
and Auckland, 2 1'. M.. March 7; steamer
Australia, Honolulu only, March 12, 10 A. M.
Cook's parties to Honolulu, Feb. IS, April 4; re
duced 'excursion rates. Tlck-t ofBce. 131 First
St., Portland. Or. J. B. Klrkland. Ticket Agent.
J. D. Spreckels & Brm. C.. General Agents,
13S Montgomery t.. San Francisco. Send for
Round the World folder.
VANCOUVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
Captain Charles T Kamra, leaves Vancouver at
S:30 A. M. and 1 P. M. ' Leaves Portland at
10:30 A. M. and 4 30 P M-. Sundays exr-pted.
For frelcht or mirage apply on board at foot of
I Taylor street. I'are. 25c, round trip.
AKD VIA Q EEHsSbO I
UnV Bares JQI
Yfwli's Pxioi'ul isi.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
HAST AND SOUTHEAST.
VIA TIIR UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
VIA THE U.'IOX PACIFIC SYSTEM.
Through ruHman "Palace Sleepers. TeuristSlesj
ers and Free RecMnlng Chair Cars. "
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
135 THIRD ST.. COR. ALDER. PORTLAND.
R. TV. BAXTER. E. S. VAM KURAN?.
Gen. Agent. City Pass. & T. Act.
TRACK NO DUST
s SHOST LHE EST
The Great Northern owns and operates Its en
tire equipment. Its Palace Steeping Cars, at
tached to O. R & N. trains, leavo Portland
every evening at 7 o'clock.
Direct route to Spokane. Kootenai country.
Flathead Valley. Montana points. St. Paul.
Minneapolis. Chicago and East.
For tickets, printed matter and other Infor
mation, apply to C. C Donavan, Ceneral Agent.
Ill" Third St.. Portland, or address F. I. Whit
ney. G. P. &. T. A.. St. Paul. Minn.
SUTTON & CO.'S DISPATCH LINE
OF CLIPPER SHIPS
FROM NEW YORK TO PORTLAND. OU-.
DIRECT. The well-known Al Clipper Ship
"George Curtis," Sproule master. Is now on
berth, as above, and rapidly receiving vargo.
Will have 'very prompt dispatch. For freight
and all particulars apply to SUTTON & CO .
S2 South St.. New York, or to SUTTON fc
BEEBE. Agents. 16 North Front St.. Portland,
u Take a hole and put some
dough around it, then fry in lard. ' '
This simple recipe has brought
thousands to grief, just because
of the frying in lard, which as
we all know hinders digestion.
In all recipes where you have
used lard, try
the new vegetable shortening and
you will be surprised at the
delightful and healthful results.
It is without unpleasant odor,
unpleasant flavor or unpleasant
kitchen, the young, the delicate
and the dyspeptic can all enjoy
the regular family bill of fare.
Cottoleno is Eold in 3 and a
pound pails, by oil grocers.
Got tha genuine. Mado by
N. K. FAIRBAWM
ST. LOUIS and
CMccco, Kerr Ycrl:, BostoB.
t l KIG 1 L.Y
For FiLMLLT Use.
Dropped on suprar suffering children love to
take it. Every Mother should have it in the
house, it quickly relieves and cures all aches
and pains, asthma, bronchitis, colds, coughs,
catarrh, cuts, chaps, chilblains, colic, cholera
morbus, earache, headache, hooping cough,
inflammation, la grippe, larnenes3, mumps,
muscular soreness, neuralgia, nervous head
ache, rheumatism, bilea, burns, bruises, strains,
sprains, stinsjs. swellings, stiff joints, sore throat,
sore lungs, toothache, tonsiiitis and wind colic.
Originated in iSro by the late Dr. A. Johnson,
Family Physician. Its merit and excellence
have satisfied everybody for nearly a century.
All who use it are ama zed at itstveaaerf ul power.
It is safe, soothinjr, satisfying: co say sick,
sensitive sufferers, fsgd Internal and External.
The Doctor's risnatsra and direcUonscCerery bottla.
Ill Wd Pamphlet f re. Sold ererTTrhere. Price, K cU.
bit bottles, 2.W. I. S. JOIiaSON CO., Boston, SUa.
AilCIN OF EEATJTr 19 A. JOY FOREVEP. ;
, DR. T. FELIX fiOUBACD'S ORIKNTAL
CtlEAM or MAGICAL BhAfTIFIKP. removes
Tan, Plciplas. Frecklei, J'ota Patches, Raaa au.l
tin uue&aes nia every oieinlia on oeauiy a.
c JS37i- deEcs Selection on its Yir-
tues. It hes stood the tesK
of 40 years, and
ryiis so narmies wo
r5fitasle it to t uxo
yjf made. Accept no
ilarname. Ir. L.
A. day er said to a
lady of tno ban
ton, a patient;
'As you ledtes
will w. tbsm X
For salt- by all druicslsU nnd fancy koo-b dvah-ra
In the U. .. Canada. and l-.urope. On bottle ill
'aat s'.x months, ustn? it every. 'ay. Also fond.iBa
I'Ubuie renes supersnoui hair without Injury to
tl. Jkin. FEUD. r. HOPKINS. Prop. 37 nmt
Jonw St., New York. .Beware of base lmltetlwi4.
91UUO r ward for arrest and proof af anyone sell
ing the umo
Easily, Quickly, Permanently ReoiorerJ.
((&SKebliity, and all the train
Ys- tsT1! evils from early error? or
$ry tip latfct 'seeses. tue results oi
?!&Cvf overwork, sirknejs, worry.
-jft ( . I opmeutaiHttoiifcirfve
&l$&' tSW of ili9body. Simple, i
(' ' v f ate improvement uccn.
Failure imrjosfilile. 2.000 referenres. Isoolc
explanation and proofd mailed (seated) ires.
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