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HINIMUH IS REACHED
fjo More Volunteers Will
iggDKD in thk PHiumyn
Hrlttlt" I Will II Hubjffltrtl o
...i-r Army !McIIIm To Im-
MaMtfetHfflH M lh Amu.
w - -
WWblngtMi Stptj In. Tri'iiu-i.tlotis
Manr- still '"""k'1' to u-ar
in i im war "ii"r,""'nt totafi mom
inM Boatered it tl th wrricv.
Efforts In 'I''" 'lirec-tinn, 1'owvur, eta
0f m "vail. " ,od".T
w,tii oefa emphaaili that '"' will
go Diore troops inuaternd out. The
tituntioii lloM not admit of miy further
dootion In tliu unii.v, uiul efforts art
being made to pat thoee volanteen who
ar rt'tiiin'l In the service fja wril
poasible tliu (ootinit Ot tliu regnlurr
Fa (lid mutter of drill MhI discipline.
An tffoii ia Iming ""ado tooradioato the
gDatctirish iiloaof indc-ieriduiioe among
Ibe triKipit, and to bring tbta down to
the atricteHt discipline. Tliu puriiosc
It tliu outset, When Jhu mtiBter out tie
can, M to mUBler out 100.000 volnn
leer'a. A little over 0(1,000 have al
been uitistored out, and it is an
Bounced positively that there will tie
no more mustered out, no matter abut
Ipfluenee in brought to hear.
Tin- retention of vohintoerH now in
the service ami tho efforts to improve
the morale ol the army ban in view the
Philippine lituation more than that of
Cuba or l'orto Hico, though there iH a
re.it "leal of vagueness us to the dungcr
Lamhinrlfrrl there. s
POSSIBILITY OF FAILURE.
Army "' " "J tllelllaiie Should Not In-
-'it " ffr ii. p .i i n.. hi
Washington, Sept. 16. The rUffl
inlty which ia being experienced in
thii construction of the propoaod oom
minlon lor the Inveatigation of the con
duct of the ataff branchea of the army
during the war with Spain hag excited
lonie iliaeiimdon in military olrclcs as
to the iHiculbility of the practical fail
ure of any investigation by a coiumia
ilun. It develops that there ie a de
cided disapproval among army oflxOMI
ol the propoaition to have the oouduet
of the war investigated by a civil coin
niiasion, which cannot bo clotberl with
any judicial authority. The objection
ii nut on uccount of any prejudice
against civil authorities Interfering in
militury matters, but is due to the fact
that testimony before a commisaion
not : nc judicial authority would
be, in a manner, voluntary, and would,
it ia Midi put ofHcora in the attitude ol
gratuitously giving testimony which
might be damaging to imlividuals or tu
the administration of tho war depart
ment. Army officers Ray that it would bo no
trouble to get all the information there
It cornering tho campaign at Santiago,
the management of the war through the
department ami the operation of the
medical, the quartuiameter'a ami the
cuniiulssary departments, if a tribunal
or beard were organized, with authority
tocompel testimony, but that officers
will not jeopardize their own interests
nor put themselves in the uttitude of
being v. limitary Informers when the
nmitMiKitiiiii .if tin eiinimiuuiiiti fiiulrttiu
the inquiry is not such as to make it
compulsory upon them to tell what
they may know. They say it will be
iiiiim i hi.- for a commission not having
power to compel testimony to get at
Most of tho officers, they say, will
mako it a poiut of honor, aa well aa a
matter of ohief interost, to decline to
Hive testimony of any importance un
less mmmandod to do so.
If the commission could oonpol tes
timony, any officer giving testimony
Whioh might be damaging would huve
the excuse that ho had no chojpo but to
tell what he knew. In the absence of
authority to compel testimony, the wit
hem would have a right to conceal or
decliuo to disclose any facts in his pus
oeaiuii. PINE CREEK
Klrli Quiii ti
Vein I) I a i' overfill Near the
Port Townsend, Wash., Sept. 15.
Die steamer Furalloti annul from Al
askan (torts with about 00 passengers
today. Among tho passengers were
evenil direct from the Pino Creek min
ing district Reports from that section
aie favorable for tho future. Consider
able excitement wae created juat before
they loft by the discovery of remarka
bly rich quarts on a rldgo neai the
headwaters of Pino creek, and since the
list rush considerable free quartz has
Nan foam along tho creek. The ledge
i said to be very rich, and is tLougbt
to be the fountuin-head of tho gold
found In Pine, Spruce and liirch creokB.
Sixteen men belonging to the Stand
"1 Oil Company expedition were
Wong those returning. This expedi
tion prosKoted the Shorley crock dis
trict, ami a number of claims were lo
cated. The company expended about
"5,000 on tne expedition, whioh is
now returning to Biiend the winter.
The Dense creek country, which was
P'omislng camp some years ago, ia
new the acene of active prospecting,
"he Cassion Company baa hail a largo
number of prospectors in the field, and
baa been rewarded by the discovery of
M'erisive quarts veins.
Oold on the Koiali.
Seattle. Rent, lit Tl. Snail Rosa
1 r -- - - -
arrived here tonight from Skagway, 1
Alaska, with 650 (lassongcrs from Daw-
-I nu uroiigni out nrioui nan a nnr
"n doilttra in gold dust and drafts.
'lliarn Stanloy, of thiscity, had aliout
"OO.OOO in drafts. The 800 pounds of
told on which they were issued was
'"Ppsd down the rivor to St Michaels.
Aw Improbable Story.
Manila. ..,. IS, Th. Amnrlmn
rk Abbie, with a cargo of arms and
"'"""inltlon from the United States,
hieh afl Canton ostensibly for Singa
pore under heavy bonds 10 days ago,
now, it is eaid, landed 10,000 Krag
'orgensen rifles and cartridges in Batan
f" Province for the Insurgents. The
"Port aeems Impossible, though It came
Horn , 1
The Indication! t! em that the In-
wSTSle int"nJ 10 """P'7 Pe"'b,J
suburb. 7v .. rqU" 10 T
uourbs of Manila September It.
WEEKLY MARKET LITTER
Tho w,et market ana a very "lull
'""r,l",i""' 'St Mk iOMNJMfl
jill not bra, ami farmers will not n
principal item of news during the
e. k Waa th, September report of the
"atist.oian .lepartnient ol agriculture
""wingtl.o following average condi
" BepttmlM 1: Com, 84.1; wheat,
8W; oats. 70.0; barley, 79..; rye,
iMi buckwheat, 8H.8; potato 77.7
The decline in the average condition
)f coin during August waa 3.0 pointa,
ml the condition on the 1st Inst, waa
l-H I'oints higher than on September 1,
1807; 0.1) pointa lower than on Hcptetn
r I, ISM, ami 0.8 of a point higher
than the mean of the September aver
ages lor the past 10 ycara.
There waa marked decline during
August in acveral of the principal oorn
producing atntes, tho docllno amount
ing to 10 points In Iowa, V points in
Kansas aud 38 pointl in Nebraska. On
the other hand, 31 statea show a more
ji less improved condition. The con
lition ol wheat, 80.7, is ono point
blgljkf than on September 1, 1807;
12.1 points higher than on September
I. 18011, uml 0.1 isiiiita above the mean
if tho September averages of the last
10 years. In accordance with its prac
tice, the department haa not yet mails
any quantitive estimate of the wheat
crop, and will not do so until it com
pletes ita revision of the wheat acre
age, which ahows some increase over
the preliminary figures. The average,
condition of oats waa 7U.0 against 84.0
on September 1, 1807, and 74.0 un
September 1, 189(1. and a September
average for the last 10 years of 80.0.
The average condition of barley waa
70.3, aa compared with 80.4 on Sep
tember 1, 1807; 88.1 on September 1,
1800, and a September aveiuge for the
last 10 ycara of 84.7.
. ..til.- Markrti.
vegelaoiea l'utatoes flJ (it 14 per ,
Dccts, per sack, tl; turnips, 7bc,
carrots, 76c; radishes, 12c; new Cali
fornia onions, $1.25; cabbage, 1 0.
Fruits CsHfurtiia lemons, $0.00(4
7.00; choice, $3.00; seeding oranges,
$2.00 case; California navels, fancy,
$3(t8.35; choice, $2.503.76; ban
anas, shipping, $2.20(42.76 er bunch;
peaenes, Yakima, 76(3 00c; Wenat
dices, small, 00(g06c.
Hotter Fancy nativo creamery,
brick, 20c; ranch, 15(4 20c; dairy, 1603
20c; Iowa, fancy creamery, 35c.
Cheese Native Washington, 1 1 't t
12c; Kastern cheese, 1 1 ' m 1 2c
Meats Choice dressed beef steers,
prime, 7c; cows, prime, 6c; mut
ton, 7'jC; pork, 6(d0n; veal, 6(40c
llama Large, 10c; small, 11c;
breakfast bacon, 1 1.
Poultry Chickens, live, er pound,
14c; dressed, 16u; spiing chickens,
Fresh Fish Halibut, :!'.. .ri .,;
steelbeads, 4"fic; salmon trout, 0(4
10c; Houmlers and sole, 8(4 4c; herring,
4c; torn cod, 4c.
Wheat Feed wheat, $lUr20.
Corn Whole, $23.00; cracke.1, $24;
feed meul, $23.00.
Uarley Rolled or ground, per ton,
$23 ot 24; whole, $22.
Feed Chopped feed, $17 21 per
ton; middlings, per ton, $17; oil
cake meal, cr ton, $35.
Flour Patent, $3.80, bid; straights,
$3.00; California brands, $4.00; buck
wheat flour, $4.00; graham, er bbl,
$3.70; whole wheat flour, $3.70; rye
Millstiiffs llran, per ton, $14;
shorts, per ton, $10.
Hay Paget Sound mixed, $0(410;
choice Eastern Washington timothy,
Kggs Paying 10(4 20, selling 21o.
r. ..11.11. a Marhat.
Wheat Walla Walla, 08c; Val
lev and Ulueatem, GOo Kr bushel.
Flour Pest grades, $3.30; graham,
$2.86; suH'rtlne, $2.20 kt barrel.
Oats Choice white, 80(430e; choice
gray, 83 (it 34c er bushel.
Parley Feed barley, $20; brewing,
$21 per ton.
Millstiiffs Bran, $14 per ton; mid
dlings, $21; shorts, $14; chop, $13 ier
Hay Timothy, $1C11; clover. $9
10; Oregon wild hay, $0(410 per ton.
Battel Fancy creamery, 45(4 600;
second, 40c; dairy, 350j40o store,
22 ) (435c.
Cheese Oregon full cream, ll12c;
Young America, 13)c; new cheese,
10c per iound.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3(3:3.50
per dozen; hens, $4 00; springs, $1.00
02.60; geese, $6,0000 00 for old,
$4.005 for young; ducks, $4,009
6.00 iier dozen; turkeys, live, 10(a)
12 ljC ler pound
Potatoes 450? 00c per sack.
Vegetables Meets, 00c; turnips, 75o
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
bage, $1 1.25 per 100 pounds; cauli
flower, 76o per dozon; parsnips, 76o
ix-r sack: l eans, 8c per pound; celery,
700375c per ihisen; cucumbers, 60c per
box; ieas, SdSc er pound.
Onions Oregon, 75c (4 $1 per sack.
Hops 8i 0310o; 1806 crop, 60.
WoolValley. 10(8 13o per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 8(8 12c; mohair,
25c er pound.
Mutton Oross, beat sheep, wethers
ami ewes, 84c; dressed mutton, ic,
spring lambs, 7 4c per lb.
mri:n ' ' i .'s. " -
Hogs Oross, Clioice neayy, w "
i:i.t .,,,1 feeders, $3.00(rf 4.00;
j , ;,o per 100 sniiidfl
Beef Oross. top steers, 8.00(5a.o,
$2.60(58.00; dressed Deal,
6l4C per pound
small, 7c per
Sun Franrliro Market.
Wool Spiing Nevada, 10rJ14c per
Lmmiii Oregon. Eastern, lOrtfUo; Val
ley 15(8 17c; Northern, UeJ 16c.
, Millstuffs-Middlings, $18(321.00;
bran, $15.00(J 16.00 per ton.
Onions New. 00(1 66c per sack.
Butter Fancy creamery. 25 (5 20c;
do seconds, 2324c; fancy dairy. 21 J
2c- do seconds, 10 or. 22c per pound.
Eggs Store, 16Sieo; fancy ranch,
Citrus Fruit-Oranges, navels, $2.00
A. U. fall.
fornia lemona, $l.60t3.50; do choice,
11 z .in. . -
11. u .,..... inies. aoiiiu. v....
,$3 - 60 - 34.50; per box.
I " ' " - -
HIS MIND MADE UP
"in 1 ,, , ! 1,111-
Mm i niicj.
I tVashington. s.pt. 16.-Mnch -alia-
MUM was exp, I today over reports
""' Mad. id that tho er house of
!'""" "l l"'d pa I tl. gov.'M.uii nt
bi II am-pitng the terms of the proU
"' ran iipH.r boeee tlieady has
! paae,l this measure, so that the last
fear o legislative op-nsition to the
transfer of Cul, tl. l.adro,,,., ,
to ltico m ver. The authorities
eel that thia caniea us past a .lang.'i
point, as it has bom feaied for some
tune that the niumosity of the Spanish
, cortca would lead to the defeat of the
(Sagaata ministry on the question ,.(
evacuating the Spanish islands, either
in one branch or the other.
ll is inn doubled that the commis
sion will atari t. negotiation ,lt Put,
with the assertion that we have con
quered Spain in the Philippines and
1 that Spanish sovereignty haa already
been forfeitisl thero. Thia will not,
however, necessarily signify that it if
the porpoet of the adnlnietretloo to
retain Missession of the entire group of
islands, or crmanently to deprive
Spain of all her possessions in the Pa
cifio. It ia not believed that the ad-
J ministration haa gone beyond the de
termination to retain the whole of the
ialand of Luzon, but it ii understood to
be the intention of the president to i s
: labliali, at the outset, the right of tins
government to determine the fate of
: tiie islands, ami to make the condition
r.l.l.... a. .
which government shall be eatahlialied
there. The matter of rclinqlahioi pes
session of the rest of the islands ia in-
j vulved with so mariv OOOdltione to be
j considered that it is realized that it
may, by force of nlrrrmiUnnoo. Ihi
oomo necessary to deprive Spain per
manently of all her pOOOeeeiOM in that
quarter. It is Dltderetood not to be a
matter of poliej to acquire all this ter-
1 ritory, but it may become a necessity.
I The commercial and trado aide of the
queatiun, aa involving the development
, and expansion of our commerce in the
Pacific, ia occupying the chief atten
tion in connection with dctcrtuluint
JOE HO l L ADA Y GONE
W all-Known Itrildrnt at I'orlUml llai
i" 1... a Awij.
Portlami, Or., Sept. 10 Joseph
llolladay diid alsmt 11 o'clock last
night in tho old huildiiig on the west
side of Fourth street, between Stark
and Washington, which he bail foi
years called his home. Death was due
to cancer of the liver.
Holladay was born in Clinton county,
Ky., in 1821, and came into promin
ence through his brother, Pen Holla
day, of pony express, riAlroad and
steamship fame. Thirty-live years
ago, Joe killed a man in Salt Lake Oitv
a cold-blooded murder many believe,
and it cost Pen a fortune ami the ex
orcise of all bis tremendous olitical
lofloeBOe to get Joe cleared. Hen then
gave .I n' a monopoly of the bar busi
nesa on all his steamship plying b0
tween San Francisco ami vaiious Pa
cific mast p. lis Drinks aud cigari
ihen Bold for 26 centa each, and Joe
acquired a fortuue. Joe's treatment
of Ren, when the latter was penniless,
ami Joe in good circuiUBtunccB, is well
Joseph Holladay was a familiar flgnrn
on Portland streets (or many years, ami
he took part in more litigation than
any other private citizen in the city.
Ti who knew him best believe be
constantly carried with the memory ol
his crime in Suit Iako aud that the
ghost of his victim pursued him relent
lessly. His habit of carrying no um
brella at all times aud under all Cir
cumstances when be appeared 011 the
street had always been attributed to
his idea of defense from the attueks of
his ghostly visitor.
Holladay leaves property valued, at
present prices, at from $100,000 tu
Tin A 1 1 i . - II k. Arri-ptrit.
Washington, Sept. 10. Several
men taSte of tho ca ir.et were al the
White House today in consultation
with tho president. Secretary Day
spent some lime theie, presumably con
ferring over instructions to the peace
commisaionera, and Secretaries Long
and IH las were also at the mansion.
Two of tho gentlemen selected by the
president to be members of the com
nittee to investigate tho conduct of the
war have practically accepted Colonel
Sexton and Dr. Oilman. The latter
arrived in the city tonight, and will
see the president tomorrow. Favorable
rcBHinses are looked for fr Oeneral
Dodge and Dr. Keeno, thus insuring
four members of the body.
1 in. spmi.h Pits ri
Madrid, Sept. 15. Advices received
from tho Philippines any the insur
gents will release only a few of their
prisonera. For instance, they will set
free the Spanish civil employes who
are in their handa. Major-General
Merritt, it Is said here, goes to Paris
eraKiwored to ask, in the name of the
insurgents, an American protectorate
over the whole of the Philippine islands.
Annllmr Wr I'lnnd.
Koine, Sept 10 Italy, it is an
nounced, has declared that her diplo
matic relations with tho republic ot
Colombia are ended, Colombia refusing
to recognize ihe Hritish minister us the
Italian representative during tho lal
11 I. .im line Itrilgned.
Chicago, Sept. 16. tTD Hyniim,
chairman of the national Democratic
purtv, temleroil 1 1 in resignation 10 t! I
executive committee today, and Oeorgo
Foster Peebody, of New York, was
elected his successor. The resignation
waa a great surpriao to tho leaders' of
the gold Democratic party.
A resolution, which was adopted by
the meeting, stopping the salanca of all
the officers, is said to he tho real cause
uf Mr. Bynum's resignation.
The Contrerli A wanted.
Washington, Sept. 16. Contracts for
three new battle-ships have been
awarded. One goes to the Cramps,
another to the Newport News Ship
building Company and a third to the
Union iron works, of Ban Francisco.
They are to be of 12,500 tons displace
ment, with a coaling capacity of 2,000
tons and a speed of 18 4 knots.
Superstition is so common In Paris
thst cards tastefully embellished and
containing a list of "hours to be avoid
ed" are extensively sold.
Areitivttt sraJbrate and tiie dssoric ym-
1 ailiv ratio 1 than censure Their blood is
poet and thin and Hi. . liervei nr.- eon.
issjeemly weak. Such people Bnd relief
mil cure in 1 1 1 . -1 Barseparllla hsisniia u
pnrineeeejd rmrtrbee ttte blood nmi rrivea
a pOWef to fceil, strengthen aud sustain
the nerves. If you are MrVOOJ and enn
SOt sleep, take llond'n Sar.atinlla and
renlue it nerve strength!' nine ier.
I- Mm 1 I'e'i 1 Of lie. I Mi-.ll. in, i .lX 1. , 1 ,
Hoort'a Pllte vie sll law 111, .'..,ni.
a I'leaiitnl I'lare to Lire In OMSl
Water 1 QaesB HlreeU ami HiiiiiU,,,,,
11 ... . iiie 1 ........ ta KirjiealilMi
Portland, Sept. 10. (To the Bditor.)
When Jon Meek and Lishe Apple
gate and Christopher Columbus pre-In-led
that the Noitlrwest was going to
lev. lop into 11 ri.li mid productive
region and that cities and tonus were
oiug to spring up all over it, they
arned medals for veracity that weio
never awarded to thetn. lint the peo
ple who came after them are enjoiyng
the fruits of their predictions, and will
throw SoWert on the graves of those
For the Northwest has developed
m l is developing, and Portland is one
at the ptOttlest place" on the coast. It
waa wise foretlKWgbt on the part of
hei pioneel people to plant shade trees
along the sides ol the streets, for now
they add beauty to the landscape, mid
in no city of UlO world do they show
to better advantage. Portland's streets
are well shaded by day and well light
ed by night, for the wonderful electric
current is every wlieie and ever ready to
Portland's bnelneei stieets am well
paved and full of life, and her business
bouses contain everything needtsl for
the use of man. II. 1 homes are neat
ami tasteful ami in DUBj cases elegant,
ami stand in ssits wheie not many
years ago Qouirsiiod the tlr forest.
Port 1 ; people are enterprising,
ami invite tho people of the whole
Northwest to come and visit them this
full, and to entertain thcii gueats they
have arranged to hold the Oregon In
dustrial KxNiaition from September 22
to October 22. Portland people have
subscribed $12,000 in hard cash to pay
the expense of this rutpOBition, and it
w ill be one ol the grandest events that
ever occurred in the Northwest.
It will contain everything to make
it attractive, interesting ami instruc
tive. There will be the band concerts
every afternoon and evening by Den
nett's full military baud of 82 pieces,
ami it will be the finest music ever
beard in the Northwest. The wonder
ful llegelmuns have la-en engaged, and
they will amaze the audience with
their great aoriul acrobutio feats. All
sorts of new und attractive amusements
will bo given in connection with tho
exposition, and there will be a repre
sentation of Southern plantation life,
and free cooking lectures, and a bahy
show and children's carnival and a
lady's department, and a school ex
hibit and a manual training scohol in
operation every day. Everything will
bo on a magnificent settle throughout,
and every person who visits the exposi
tion will find something new and novel,
to inteiest, instruct ni amuse them.
One uf tho special features will be tho
wedding in public, which ll Open free
to all collides, and the uewly-mairied
ones are generous'y romouihuicd with
Your correspondent was at the Expo
sition building today and saw the ar
ruiigcmcnta being inn. In for the great
tail, und noted that there was going to
be a big display of all the fruits,
grains, grasses, vegetables and commer
cial timber produced in the Northwest,
and good, solid gold medals costing
$20 each ure going to be awarded for
the best exhibits.
The cxKisition building is an im
mense slruftuie 200x400 feet, suitably
divided nil. The grand music ball is
100x200 (eot and three stories high,
with an I relied glass roof. The build
ing cost $160,000, and it is convenient
Iv Incited being within easy walking
distance ot the hotels and business
part of the city, or reached fiom any
part on a live cent faro on atreot-cars
that pasa its doors.
All the lailroad and steamboat lines
are going to make special low rates to
the expoeltiofl from all parts of tho
Noithwest, and the admission fee is
only going to Ihi 35 cents, children 10
cents. People who attend will remem
ber it as one of the pleasant events of
their lives. It.
Ciindurtltlljr or LleMaileg llnde.
Some interesting exa-rlinents hearing
on the conductivity ol lightning con
ductors have been Bade by l'rofessor
Koch, as rosirtotl in Industries and
Iron. He formed a chain several yards
long with links of iron oxide, ami
placed it in circuit with tho a unil-
lator oollB and a galvanometer, tho
chain being In a room 2H0 yards from
the galvuhometor. When a spark wae
discharged in tho vicinity of tho chain,
tho deviation of tho galvanometer
showed that the resistance of the circuit
was reduced to otie-thouaaiidlh of its
normal value, and in a second experi
ment the resistance fell to one ten
thousandth of tin- normal. From these
eiporimenti Professor Kooh llnds an
explanation why lightning conductors
with poor conductivity ere nevertheless
effective in thiinderatorms. The oscil
ations prcslucod provoke an enormous
reduction of resistance at tiie proper in
stant to facilitate the flow of tho cur
rent through the conductor.
The new Improved Btongbton wagnna
ntarid the racket, 'three more car hnui are
on the way. It pay! to have the best.
Write forfree catalogue. juiiN POOI.K,
sole agent, foot of Morrisou street, Port
land . Or.
Under international law waral.ipa in
liatresa for lack ol coal may purchase
irnough at a neutral port to oarry them
back back to the nearest port of their
I shall recommend Piso'a Cure lor Con
sumption far and wide. Mrs. Mulligan,
Plumstead, Kent. Knglaml, Nov. 8, WHY
A boxful of earth from the Oarden of
Oetbaemane waa sprinkled over Mr.
It was once customary in France
when guests had remained too long fur
the host to serve a oold shoulder of
aotton instead of hot loaat. Thia waa
the origin of the phiaee "to give the
a tateeeeteafl aimiy.
It has long been an open secret that
John BbOrman was cut out ol M. Kin
ley's cabinet bsjgrMM be was alleged to
have lost his grasp of details. Kccoht
published statements from the Oh O
statesman indicate its old-time incisive
siwer. If Sherman really was (ailing
mentally, hntu and a thirst for revenge
have Hoiked as a -owcrful restorative.
His ease, if it has been correctly ie
ported, will prove an interesting study
for the expert psychologist It sus
tains a belief long entertained by stu
dents of menial disorders that mental
vigor must be sustained to some degree
by the passions by ambition, or love,
or hate, or rivalry, Oieat intellects
can not safely novo in sluggish current.
They require action and movement,
and lacking these consume themselves.
Spokesman -J lev iow.
thk omowra or noiu.im.
a Bnelaluaila due o the large. atapilioe atuiWai
of 1 hi- a,,rld, In wti eh men are ot ten made to j
etithl agatBM thell a 111, and lb III becOBBS rtlB-
eoaisutsd tih 1 iitin( eoastltioM. The '
ItroMlho aSMVSafal rare ot e .ih- Is due lo
Hie lame sate of I, iMellei n Hlmtiach Mill, is,
ahich ti ihe ls't aied slue d-r eoatlreaaia,
dyspaXalla, lever, a( ie and alt lu rvoui troiililei.
Try tine Is-itlc.
t'ats can swim i( they only care to
exert themselves Hiifliciently. The
ancient Eiyptiani used to tiah with
then on the Nile, aooordlng to the ron
leeentationi On walls and no (orth that
have come down to us.
ll 1. r.o 1. .1 l.v .1. 1. Ihlnkera It ot ,K- r..u th
Try Sclillllni'i DeaS lea and baking powder.
Ii '. Is mure 1 -i-.il -i. In this ecctlon el the
eonetrv iiisn sit ether tuseeess put mm tin r,
ml until the lull tew eers ... Mfjsaasse to W
I Bearable, For a tercet insnv even rfcesors see
Bounced n a 1, H at rjlaeau, end preKrlbed lieal
r. un-in-., ami i.jr run slan Uj rin-iit to ears
wttti in-ill treatment. proaoesssM 11 HeeersbJoi
Irleaea h pcevta Mtarrhte 1 aeoaitlta
iiniisi titaeaao, sn.t theretoes reaelres eoaattta
Uonal trealBteat Halt's Catarrh Cufe,aiea-
u a lured bi f. J Cheesy . Oo . Toted.. Ohio.
ts th only eoaatttetlonsj cure on the Market,
l la taken oiieraell) In 60SSS (rem lOdmiistn
I IMUDOoatul. It aOta directly 11 Ihi' I,Ih.
sod saeeona rorraeea of the rq atem. Titer offer
one hundred rtoitses lor any can- tl (atli In
cure. Heinl lor cln ill ir and leatluioulall. Ad
drew, v J. CugMBV A CO , Toted . O.
M-.ld I y lrilvk-ll. T ie
Hall's 1 I'llli are Ihe kesi
All deserts are situated where the
winds from the ocean, before reaching
them aro exhausted of their moisture
by pasaing over mountains or across
extensive tracts of laud.
No hntiwliulil l compli-lc without a tattle id
Ihe famuli Jem- Moore Whiskey. II Ii a pure
an. 1 h.. 1. aona mliuulaiit roomrasBtar4 all
sarsictana. Doa'i aeglset iht rseosaity.
Thero aro 008 registered distilleries
In North Carolina, Virginia hits 01H,
und Kentucky 377.
rive Vessaeesattr Cares. RetJaoraiievaaeaae
ll ner llrsl ilay a lim- of ir. Kline inial
Ni rvelteKii.rer. M, n.i lor ritr.K t trial
hntlleaiiillreallHe. Hit. It. 11. liUJiJi. Ltd. w
ArUiatm-t, hiberhsxhsi' Pa,
Kleelrlc II. 1, . ..I .1
Lawaon Tate of London haa been giv
ing successful exhibitions of thovittues
of bis new electric heiuoatat, intended
for the unest of bleeding in surgical
operations. A platinum wire, ar
ranged to carry a current, is enclosed
in the blades of a pair of ateel forceps
or uny other requisite utensil, the wire
being insulated by a laid of burnt pipe
cl iv Iu practice a current of suitable
voltage ia tinned on, the artery aeized
and coinprossed, ami in a few aecollda
tho tissues and the uitorial walls are
so agglutinin-,! that the passage of
blood ia rendered impossible. The
tepapetatOie cmployud is about 1H0 de
giees Faurcnbelt, showing a great differ
ence between this and tho electric cau
tuiising instruments, and the necessity
for a ligature is removed.
OPEN LETTERS FROM
Jonnlo B. Oroon and Mrs. Harry
Jr., vii- R Oiikkk, Denmark, Iowa,
writes, to Mrs. l'inkham:
" I had been sick at my monthly
perils! for aoven yenra, and tried
almost everything I ever heard of, but
without any benefit, Was troubled
with backache, headache, pains in the
shouhlera und dl.r.inehH. Through my
mother I wus Induced to try Lydia K.
rinkhum's Vegetiible 'oiiihiuii(I, and
It haa done me so much good. I am
now sound and well."
Mrs. Hauhv IUitnv, Riverside, Iowa,
writes to Mrs. I'm!, ham the atory of
her strugglo with serious ovarlau trou
ble, and the Is'nellt alio received from
tho use of I.ydia K. I'inkhnni'a Vege
table Compound. This la her letter:
" How thankful 1 am that I took
your medicine. I was troubled for
two years with inflammation of tho
womb ond ovaries, womb was also very
low. I was In constant mihery. I had
heart trouble, waa abort of breath and
could not walk five blocks to hiivo my
life. Buffered very much with my
back, had headache all the time, was
nervous, menstruations; wero Irregular
and painful, had a bail dlsehargo and
waa troubled with bloating. I was a
perfect wreck. Hod doctored arid
taken local treatments, but still waa no
better. I waa advised by 0110 of my
nclghlKirs to write to you. I hnvo now
finished the second bottle of Mrs. rink
ham's Vegetable Com)ound, and am
better In every way. I am ablo to do
ell my own work and can walk nearly
a milo without fun, ; something I
had not been ablo to do for over two
years. Your medicine has done me
more good than all the doctors."
of 'Armilroni'iCiiintdned Theory and I'racllca
of rtiiiikkeeprng are numerom. Iiivritliata
tliu new Dieitinii or leacniria ll la eiiri uiiijr
luterifcttna, thuroufhly praetlcal.
Going to Business College f
lio not fall to Irani what and how we teach.
1'iiK TI AS'li III slNKriM COLUOI, I'urtland,
Ortf OS, Call or write Vlaltori alwayi
tome A P. ABatraoau, Principal.
aafllX ep Male money by occailul
lMIUaL SI I iiulaiiiui 111 1 Incaan Ws
WW n r II I im) and mil wheal on mar
VV libel I Sim- fortiinea have been
ir.ade oa a loiall Is-ninmiig by trading In lav
turei. Write for full parllculari. Heit ol rai
afaacs alr'n. Heeeral yiari' CI per it nee r.n the
Chleaee nnarl of Trade, and a tlmriiiiirh know
kdrte nf Ihe ), mhi ess. Hend for mir tree refer
ence bonk. DoWNIKii, llnl'KINS A Co.,
1 to. r.. Hoard of Trade Braksrs, OfBcri in
I'nrtland, (irrou and Hi'altli', Waib.
Is It Wrong?
Get It Right.
Keep it (tight
Moore' lieweeh-d Kemedy III .Jo It. Three
aoaes will maks you feel better. Get It Iron
your driiRlit er any wholeiale drui bouse, or
Vom -n ar 1 A linlmea Oref COn Seatlla.
ra an whibi 1
mil Srre. Tm 0,-ud Cee I
In Una s..ia py lriifll
l-laiil With Ma(nelle Power.
There haa been diacovered iu India
a strange plant ahn h ose-es aston
iablBg niaifiotlc pOWer, The hand
touching it immediately receives n
strong DtamOtie alns-k, while at a dia
t lin e of 20 feet a malietic needle is
affeoted by it.
In Latp'aad, it ia said, dress fashion
have not changed for l,0ilo years.
faxeShaeaajasaai rsej rSnasWaekarat gggw
"4 PtHtcl Tpi oflht Highttl Order ol
Eicrlltnce in Manuacturt. "
..Costs less Tnan QUE CEWT a Cap..
1.' ,ur that jrnugrt ihe IWnulne Artuli,
audi it UORCHlLsrt:tt, MASS. ky
WALTOK BAKER & CO. Ltd.
OnraeUlav tteii n. r ... Aeiiug.
"llecauso an acinaiiitanen ol you is
haa a aet ol plate teeth that are uiviiiit
is-' I satisfaction ia not alwaya a ttuai
autne that yon can meet with the same
rcnultH when your tooth aro all extract
ed, for thero are a itreut per cent ol
mouths that will not tolerate a plate of
any kind, and the only way you can de
termine this (act is by a trial," aaya
Dr. Thomas II. White, at the north
east cornet ol Moirison and Fourth
atreeta. "When your natural teeth
have been all taken out the plate ia tho
only recourse, and if yuu are unfortu
nate enough to havo a mouth that will
nut retain a plate, miaerv tho reat ol
youi life will be the ultimate result.
Theioforo it is of vital linirtnine to
keep your natural teeth as Ioiik na pos
sible. It is not always necessary to
have your tooth extracted because they
ure decayed even to the gum margin,
or bocauno thuy pain you and you can
not ubo tin iu in such condition, (or U5
pel cunt uf such teeth can be restored
to a good, healthy and serviceable con
dition. The progress of dontal science
has made it easy for an up-to-iluto den
tist to repioduoo the lost parts of tboao
organs, making1 thetu thoroughly reli
able in every sense.
"When there are hut few teeth or
old roots remaining in the mouth do
not have them extracted beoauau boiiiu
dentist that is not in pnssa-aaion ol the
late n i e 1 1 in. I h of ciowii and bridge work
udviaea extraction and plate. Tiy fo
Hud soma one wearing bridge woik, and
reason lor yourself. You will not re
gret your investigation, und will, I feel
sure, always remember this suggestion. "
ATLAS KNOlKtS ASP ;m.FR..
A. G. LONG, FIRE APPARATUS 1 WATERWORKS SUPPLIES
171 rouRtH ti.. opp. rial dipt, hiadquartem, poitiand. or
"Champion" Chemical Klro Knalnci, Honk and Ladder Trnrlri, Hon Carli, Hteam
era, I in llydraiili, and a lull alnek of tin- ii.iarliiient MMllee.
ii " tVaird ..lion I in- Haa)e, havliiB Word for lnn( arrvlre thil
cannot he niualli'd. ll Is the N-at made; lend for a aauitili. and you will learn ark)
tannic), rire Katlnaulehera. The "llalKSM-k" U the leeoanliud sian.lard rx
lliiBiiUlier iiuUeriilly uai-Tlii llie Flro I nr I , t Hervlce. Kvery ciilnsiiishcr leav
Ilia Ilili danl la trilvd IMI niundi to Ihi- inru Inch, alihiniih Ihe vrorklna urassurs Ii
only ah an nw pouaoa, Made o' heavy snll.l eoppsr, with a iptin topi m rlrslsd wtatsi
I.... ii .loir ..ft nniite, whvrehy the eesraMi sea eeatrel UN Bfjraaei, lata i- ihk kse
nii.it easenllal sdnt In a fire cilliimil-Jn r
Mi-ware of any lire eiilnKiiUher nut liavlua a shut i.e. last ll bs a raeaplj con
Itrusled machine, rmi eapabla "l ' rt nl hk lbs praaaurs Reaer eled i heap laillallana
are un Ihe market, made of hahl material, with riveted Jnluli. and Ml ehealjil) r .n
Irut'tid nut In bv aide to hold the ireaanrv were II confined for but a in. nl.
0 C AL. 8IZI 30 OO 3 GAL SIZE tIB.OO
liiolndliif Hupiljr of Chemical Charri with Kaeb.
A Beautiful Present
In nnlrr to further intrixltire ELASTIC STARCH (Flat Iron IVand),
tin- maniil.il turcrs, I. C. Iluim .--1 Urns. Co., ol Keokuk, Iowa, have
dei iiled to OIVR AWAY a licautilul rrsi-nt with cacb packagt- ul
starch sold. Thc-sc presents arc in the lorm of
Beautiful Pastel Pictures
They are 13x19 inches In siie.and are entitled as (ollowrt:
- -jptar swvtMnef
oii tures. lour in numiH-r, ny tne renownea paatei anist,
R LeRov nl New York, have been
. . . 1 (
In his studio and are now oncrcu ror inc nrai nme to tne puunc.
The pictures are accurately reproduced in all the colors used in the orig
inals, and arc pronounced by competent critics, works ol art.
r . 1 1,1. mres are the correct thine for the home, nothine surpassing
tn- m in ricauiy, ri nncra oiiiiiur arm
. , 1 . I I 1
One ol these pictures
will be given away
i,K . 0 Ii n&liiiri. nf
purr haaed ol your grocer. It la the
is sold lor 10 - - mi a package. Ask your grocer lor tbia atarcb and get a m
beautiful picture. C
ILL BROCmUKy EUSTIfl ITAiOM. ICOEFT MO tUitTITUTE
People who buy Schit
lif'i Bttt drink more tea a
year than other people.
i lis in
PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 22.
OCTOBER 22, 1898.
The DaeM ami iireiii it laiattttea Bvai in hi
III Ibe Nollhweat.
I i - - t wim (trlul pruftiaitiii, liirlinl
lt,f tmtri Turti'ltt'a tlimt I'vi-r Nfor
likatUori'tl ttK'UiiT tu fittj thliiLil.
M SHIER 110 BRQIIE MECALS WILL Bi mm
Marelonlr llli-lt Sierlmeiii rrnm Oil,
Uulil, Nllier aud Oilier Mluea.
BeDDttt's Renowned Military Band
lias Is-en enitaeed for the ecason.
aalnundlna Aerial Veata ami Arriihatle
Verr Lm llalei im all nallroaili.
Matte, as Oaata children, in aetata
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
... MAKUTACTUaiS BY ...
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
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ill at liHrari', liif1nniilltioa
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l( III II rtlUI tin M,l f (li aj.
I" ..'i. -.. ami ii I Mtrln
IthiEuxuCmim cuCo- ,ul ur M"tiu.
WoltS hy llrutxa-.
"or trni hi pltalu wrtppxr.
i , ri pit-ana, '. pii-, ur
II ). t 3 I'.-Illre, J 7.V
t lri ulaf tPitl ii rwiu.iajt.
WILL 4 FKCR CO.'S ".dVY'"
l'lalii BI with Culler. The hnl needle In Ihi- mar.
I .. a tijr all Kaea see-en. Fur nali- hy all gen-
trail uitrvlmiiilikf turv
"III. I INI i, CO.,
rtri Market Ht reel. Han Kraacieco, Cat.
Da. J.O. Ilorrais. tM Irabella Itldg.tfblraso.IlL
is. re. m. t:.
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II n wrlllitfi tit tatl vortltrrt leta
titnillMli tnia Mi1"-
Cawston & Co.
laccaiteri Is H. P. Qrtgery A Cs:
48 and 50 First St.,
304 First Avr., S.,
chosen Irotn the very choicest subjects
. 1 r . . 1 . . 1 . .i ,1
ofJIIF im w -Uffl V
jKaxax ii.ui.uii vj
sa a I...,., ... n
a of color and artistic merit.
I . I . I I.
best laundry starch on the market, ana 11