Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1872-1883, August 17, 1882, Image 7

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    Mosquitoes In Arctic Regions.
Why are B ohn Bo«»ta lite Beni.?
Because they are made from selected
material.
Because they are all ma^le by white
men.
Because they have STAYED SEAMS,
ami will not rip.
See that our name is on every pair as
in advertisement in this paper.
AKIN, SELLING & CO.
One bitter drop in our cup of joy was
the monstrous but inseparable curse of
Arctic summer life—the mosquito. He
abounded, nourished, luxuriated, sur­
passed himself, out-inosquitoed himself
on the Kuioi River.
We were al his
mercy; our veils, gauntlets, handker­
chiefs, flipper, oil were a vanity and a
vexation. To kill was wanton, for to de­
When you desire really good photographs then
stroy sufficient was impossible. We had
foreseen all this, and even thought of take a trip to Portland and call on Frank G.
the Gold Medal Photographer, and you
taking, among other things, a wood­ Abell,
will be sure of being satisfied, as he turns out only
pecker from home with us to protect our the best work.
faces while we slept; but one woodpecker
R ugs .—fiend to John B. Garrison
would have been a solemn mockery; we 167 T urkish
Third street Portland, for catalogues of
should have wanted u fresh woodpecker signs.
every five minutes.
Send $1.00 to W. 1). Palmer, Portland, for
I suppose
these
were the his­ year
’s subscription to the Pacific Overseer
torical flies sent to punish the disobe­ great semi-monthly A. 0. U. »V. naner.
dient, obstinate Egyptians; they came
Zoe Bentham in her great specialty,
forth in order, and after three previous Poetry of Motion” is one of the great attractions
plagues—the corruption of the waters, of the Elite theater in Portlaud. Hosts of talent
the multitude of frogs and swarms of lice arriving every week.
—had entirely failed. We are becoming
Garrison repairs all kinds of sewing machines.
connoisseurs in mosquitoes; we watch
them traverse our veils like figures
on slides in a magic lantern. There
is a yellow striped vampire mosquito,
with a triple fang to his proboscis;
there is. the brown, hump-backed or
Explained at font of this column.
camel mosquito, with legs of gossamer,
who appears to our vindictive eyes to bo
from two to three inches in length; fin­
ally there is the scorpion mosquito, very
searching and business-like. We dislike
him for he wastes no time. We know
SHOW < ASE FAC TOR Y
now that leather is a hollow delusion and HIXON, HERNSTEIN A « O. ,,r. iToi.iund
stark, Portland, manufacturers of all kinds of show
armor-plated gauntlets alone are of avail.
Sometimes a mosquito comes and kills
himself by squeezing between our finger
and thumb, sometimes by flying against THE NIL'siK'AL PANTI N i E. - A monthly Jour­
nal of music (both vocal and instrumental,i sent to
my flapper.
any address for 50cts per year. Address Wiley B.
There are moments, but so rare and Allen, publisher and music dealer, 153 Third street.
delicious that I almost tremble to de­ Portland, Oregon, ( atiiHgue fn e.
»I. R VE YOHS.
scribe them, when we find a mosquito
who has anchored himself by the probo- W. B. MAYKE -Civil Engineer, Contractor auti
surveyors. Office—2.M Stark s'rtet. Union Block,
cis in our gloves—and we watch tbe ex­ Portland, Or., with Ferry <fc White, R“al Estate
Surveying done in any part of Oregon cr
pression of baffled hatred in his counte­ Agents.
Washington
nance with
which
he
watches
BAKEK1EM.
tbe approach
of
the avenging
PI K ft ba K EK Y-U2 Washing!mi-V6STA
linger. Oh, the peaceful, blissful en­ KM
Fuhr, Props. Manufacturers of Pilot bread, Soda.
joyment of that moment! Sometimes we Picnic, Butter, Boston,.Sugar and Shor Fly crackers.
from the trade solicited and promptly at
watch him in his anxious, hurried efforts Orders
tended to,
to pierce the glove—he knows that time
IW.IYKRC
is all he needs—standing upon hh fore­
exi *E dt CO.—10H Front street near
legs, with his hind legs flourishing in the
Washington. Ores, metals, mineral waters, coah,
carefully analyzed. Assays for gold and silver
air, while ho bores away diligently etc.,
¡ other metals from 83. to «5. Hold dust bought
through the thick leather in his wicked Ç3.
and bars made. Orders by mail carefully’ attended
thirst for blood. Sometimes in our «I. B. Me INTOSHI,-Cor. Front and Stark. Chem­
frenzy we ensnare a mosquito, and get ical analysis made of coal, mineral waters, etc. Or-
assays of gold, silver, lead or copper, from
a trample On his head. We ask our­ dlnary
83 to Sa. Dr. P. Harvey. Consulting Chemist.
selves, in hours past endurance, why the
ATHUXm.
law of nature should be reversed, and
man, the lord of creation, become the D. P. KENNEDY,—Attorney and Counselor at
Law Room »» Dekum’« building. Legal bhsines.1
prey of savage creatures. We have pertaining
to Letters Patent for inventions, befo*-«
formed a grave, if impious resolution;
h^Hitent^)ffiœ^rJin^iM^CourUj^^ge<dah^^^^
we will take a mosquito by stratagem,
pinion him, and with the help of a burn­
ing glass offer him in sacrifice to the EYE & EAR INFIRMARY
—AND—
midnight sun.-»[Land of the North
SANITARIUM. OR HOME FOR THE SICK
Wind.
AlexanOr a Bombarded.
“I hear dey’s bombardin’ Alexan­
dria,” said old Cinderella, the ashes-
gatherer, excitedly, to a«Critic scribe this
morning.
“Yes, the fun's begun,” replied the
reporter.
“It tain t no fun, sah! I feel rale ’dig-
nant ober it. T used ter lib in dat town
and I baa a great deal ob feelin’ for it,
and furder dan da[,.sah, if my mem’ry
sarves me right, I’se got a family ob
lations residin’ dar now. What bizness
has dem Iuglish boats got to cum up de
Putomack ribber anti »fling her bumb
shells into dat town, anyhow?”
"You, are slightly mixed, Uncle
Isaacs,” rejoined the reporter, “they are
bombarding Alexandria, Egypt, not Vir­
ginia.”
“Nebber mind 'bout tackin' on dem
Greek words. De Critic sez d--y is
bumbin’ Alexandria, and I feel highly
demoralized ober it. I tell you, dem
Inglish is too fresh, an’ I’m one ob de
boys flat's a-goin' down on de ferryboat
to de bumbin’ grounds to help salt ’em
away. Now you hear me a talking,”
and he waddled off shaking bis head and
muttering innuendoes against “dem
fresh Inglish. dat dars to cum up de
Putomack ami fling der bnmbs inter de
town of Alexandria.”—[Washington
Critic.
CALIFORNIA FRUI SALT
are now receiving a full line of our Celebrated Meparutor«, Lever and Tread Powers,
ortanie
and Traction Engine«. Our Separator is Light Running. Strong and Durable and uneqiialed use Wrulo
and Flax Navlng i'hrvslier and has the best Shoe movement and Riddle for separating Wild Oat« from
Wheat. Our Horse-powers are Compact. F.a-y Running and don’t breakdown. Our Engine is an Improve­
ment long needed: Weight 15OOt« SOOO lb« le*» than the average engine of same power, und uses one-
third lees water and fuel to do the same work. Is durable and easy to manage. Hundreds of these engines
and threshers have been iu successful operation for years.
. . ..
.
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Please seud for our Descriptive Catalogue and Price l.lat and Investigate thoroughly before
giving your order.
Saw Mill Machinery and Stationery Engines Furnished on Reasonable Terms.
<». 1*. I)Ai<T\ Manager.
OFFICE—Commercial Doc k, Foot of Morrison street, Portland, Oregoa.
IF YOU HAVE ABUSED YOIRSELF
S'aven’s California Fruit Silt.
F. 8. AkM
I. E. Doecb.
Ben. Selling.
W/Wfl
A copy of the COLUMBIA COMMERCIAL COLLLGE JOURNAL, containing full Information, will tM
sent free to any address on application. Address
■
i
P.O. Box 583.
»JÆWliSj** I rliioipal.
F hucn K ip
X CARD
Moody, of New York City,
A Graduate of the NeW York Sch«»«»l of Nied I
cine, al-o of the Dublin Practice.
A word to the public - Consultation free.
ForConannaption. AMhmit, HronrliitiM,
('atterrii, ÓyNpepsia. Headache, Debil­
ity, NeuralK'ht, Klienmalisnt, aud all
Chronic and Nrn « hin Diaorder«. Pack­
ages may be conveniently sent by ex*
tress, ready foa* Immediate use at home,
lor free treatise on the Oxygen
tr eatment. Addrems the proprietors,
now, 1111 Gii xrdAtreet, Phlla.. Fa*,
or H. K. MATHEMS, Pacific Depository,
«06 Montgomery St, San Francisco. Cal.
SEYMOUR, SABIN A CO.,
Manufacturers of
MINNESOTA CHIEF THRESHER
Portable Engines A Horse Powers,
A. S., A CO­
And Sole Agents for the following celebrated
la on every pair.
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.
AKIN. SELLING A CO.
Dr. H. M. RUSS, Dentist.
W. H. TOWNE, Ptop.
Highest Style oí Art
Specially,
For the Interest of the public. I ha’e resolved to do
tirst-class work at these prices :
Continuous Gum Work-Porcelnn S*?»>tofflOO
On «¿old I*lates........................... ............... 50 to
Hi
Met of Teeth «»n Rubber...... ,*1*
i
»O and upward
Met of T«*eth on Celluloid.... IO >«» anil ii|iuui-d
a IM> and upward
Gold Filling...................................
Mllver
mid Hon«* Filling
—
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_ ........
1 DO and upward
Extraction of Teeth, with Ga* .
Ml OO
OFFICE—405 First street, over Prentice’s music
»tore.
Dr. II. M. BUM, Dentini.
Ollie«:' honm, ttll hours.
Teeth extracted wlthoutgH«, .»O eta.
This gallery leads all otherR on the Northwest
more accessories
Coast, having better facilities__________________
and a larger corps or trained artists than any gal­
lery north of dan Francisco.
BR«*a
TOUR
BiRIES
WILLIAM COLLIER,
MACHINIST
;
Dealer In New and
A N antucket C uriosity .^-One of tbe
SECOND HAND MACHINERY,
REMTAURANT THE liFATIN THE CITY
curiosities of Nantucket is a clock made
AU Modern Improvement*. Open all day.
by Walter Folger, who died in 1849, at
Madison Kt.. Portland, Or.
»1. BI. HR ENN ER. Pr«»i»rlet«»r
the age of eiglitv-four. This ingenious Piirtle« desiring Holler«, Engines or NAW
piece of mechanism was constructed be­
Ml El. MACHINERY run <a*cure
by addivMilng Mr. «'oilier.
1850. 32 Years Practical Experience. 1882.
fore Mr. Folger was tweny-four years
old, and combines a representation of New and Second Hand Machinery
^7*«^ John A. Child
the motions of the sun and moon with
onght and m »M or traded to adv.intnge.
the ordinary timekeeper. It shows also
DRUGGIST,
the time of full tide at Nantucket, and
Dealer in
the chief phenomena dependent upon the
Fine Chemicals,
obliquity of the moon’s path, as also the
Perfumery,
times of the hunter’s and harvest moons.
A-.u
The wheel which indicates the year is so
Toilet Articles,
constructed that its revolution is not
Sponges, Soaps
completed until it has seen its lOOtb
&. Rubber l.aods.
year.
♦
Cor Morrison a 2d st»
Portland, <»r.
Special at'entinn
pa d to orders t.y
mai) when accora
the c«»h.
I«« BimhiP.M ARflin.
D. .J. Malarkey & Co., who wore burned
out at the late fire in Portland have re­
sumed business again at No. 44 Front
street. There is no commission home 1 I j IQUID OR DRY. PRU E <1 "0: •• ATMOSPHERIC.
mailed on receipt of price, with full direction for
in Portland that has the confidence of tors
•ise.etc. >.'L SK1 DMOKE & Co.. Drtiggi'-t‘< 161 FtrM
the farmers of Oregon and Washington •drw*t.
Portland. <»r. Sole Agents for the N. Padflf
more than I). J. Malarkey & Co., and all
friends of the house will l>e glad that
MEN AND WOMEN,
they have decided to continue in business
Bovs and arfrls. anyone who wants lmlit, pleasant em
in spite of their disastrous loss by the ployment
in which from |3 hi 110 per day can he mace
will send their name and postofflee address to us irn-
fire. The same square dealing that has rne<liat
“lyLand receive our descriptive circulars. Ad-
built up their large business will enable «Irrss. D.
H. Oetchell A <’•»., No. 187 Front street
them to hold all of their trade and en­ Portland. Oregon.
large it as opportunity offers.
The Bishop Scott Grammar School.
Sykes' Sure enre for Catarrti’
AlsveB'R YoMemlte Cherry Tooth Paste
An aromatic combination for the preservation
of the teeth and gums. It is far superior to any
preparation of its kind in the market. In large,
handsome opal pots, price fifty cent?.
For sale
by all druggists.
Hodge, Davis A Co., whole­
sale agents, Portland, Oregon.
SI000 REWARD
WILL BE PAID TO ANY PERSON PRODUC­
TS
Ing a more effectual remedy than
Dr. Keck’s Sure ( lire for I atnrrli,
Which has stood the test for fourteen years. Physi­
cians. Druggists, and all who have used and thor­
oughly tesfts| It. pronounce it «perlite for the cure of
that loathsome disease. Try It. Your druggist has
it. price fl.
Dr. Keck thoroughly understands, and is eminently
I succeasfuI in the treatment of all chronic arc. diffi­
cult disease« of both «ex«*« and all age«, having
made a specialty of their treatment for fourteen years
He treats Cancer without using the knife. His favor­
ite prescription is furnished to lady patient« Free.
No lady should be without It. Young, middle aged or
BOARDING AND DAY HCHOOL FOR BOYB old. male or female, Insanity or a life of suffering is
and Young Men. will begin Its fifth year under your inevitable doom milOM you apply in time to the
its present management Hept. 5, ivC. Prepares boys
physician who understands, and Ls competent ti treat
for college or burine««. The teaching ia practical and yeur
case. Waste no more time nor money with In­
tborougn. and di.«ciphne strict. *end for twelfth an­ competent
physicians. All communications attended
nual catalogue, giving complete |f«t of former pupils. to with dispatch,
and are strictly confidential. Circu­
Address,
J. W. WILL. M. D.. He»d Master,
lars, testimonials, arid a list of printed questions fnr
Portland. Orego
nished on application.
LTATIOW FRF.fL
I Liver and Kidney diseases vetoed by Dime Pilla. Inclose a tnree-eent stamp for HM and add re» DR.
JAMES KECK, No. D& First street. Phrtland. Or.
\
Where a young lady or gentleman can obtain a Thorough Business Education
At a Cost Lu proportion to time Euguged.
And feel young once more. It is the
friend.
Try it: *1 per bottle; G bottles for »5. Fo»*a
druggists.
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R F.JQl
San Francisco Gallery.
IN THE
THE ONLY INSTITUTION OF ITS HIND ON THE COAST
By’ over Indulgence in eating ot drin Ing hav«* sick
or nervous headache: dryness of tb sBn, with a
feverish tendency; night sweats and sheplssness; by
all means use
PHOS^ltTE
PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS
BRANCH HOUBK,
______
I gr*.PORTL»ND, OGN
Macadam Road bet. Porter und Vtu<»d St«.,
Month Portland, Or.
Dr. Pilkington, late Professor of Eye A Ear Diseases
In the Medical Department of Willamette Unlversit»
has erected a fine building, on a beautiful elevation In
the south part of the city and is prepared to accomo­
UNRIVALLED FOB
date patients suffering from all diseases of the EYE.
EAR or l’HROAT. Also will pay special attention to Curing Skin Dlxenae« and fer Preset vlnxj
A Hea'lhy Nkin
persons laboring under Chronic Nervous affections,
and to diseases peculiar to women, and recieve a limi­
ted number of cases expecting confinement.
The intention is to provide a Home for such cases
with all the best hygienic agencies, combined with th«-
best medical skill to be had in the metropolis.
Consulting physician and surgeon Dr.-Philip Harvey,
Prof, of diseases of women and children in the medical
department Willamette University.
Also Dr. J. M. F. Browne, Prof, of Physiology med
«9*Beware of imitations of both the above justly
dep’t. Willamette University.
celebrated articles.
For any aYnount of references and circular, address
1»R. »J. H. PII.KISGTON,
The genuine maae only by the STANDARD
Cor. 1st and Washington Nt«., Portland, Or.
■IOAP COMPANY, who also manufacture the
largest assortment of LAUNDRY aud TOILET
30 AP in fhe world. Office—201 Sacramento st reet.
San Francisco. (Ja
PORTLAND, OB., COR. FIRST and MORRISON
SCHENECTADY
A Pleasant and Effieucious
Farm ami Road Machinery:
The Randolph 11 eader,
The Sit and it rd Sell-Rake Reaper,
Tho Ntmidiird Eight Mower,
'I he Iron King s»l x-Foot-Cut Mower,
The Victor Helf-Dump »ulky Kake,
The SiiitnluKl 11 ami-Dump Sulky K ike,
The Buckeye Gi-nln Drill« and Reeder»,
The Celebruted Morri «on Plow«,
The Whitewater <V Ketchum Wagon«.
We cordially invite all wanting anything in our line
to come tuitl see us, and if you cannot come, send for
cur Price List and Catalogin'.
E.'W. ALLFN, Manager,
in27»vtf
UDO and 301 First «1.» Port land. Or.
DR. SPINNEY,
No. 11 Kearny street, K F.t
Treats all
Chronic and Special
Disc
YOUNG MEN
I invite the sick, no matter what their diseases may
be, to call and investigate for themselves before aban­
doning all hopes, lor it will cost you nothing. 1 give
no encouragement unless there Is a fair prospect of
making a cure. I will endeavor to be candid in my
opinion and reasontude in my charges. I claim not to
cure evervbody. but to cure ail that can be cured. I
have had’ twenty years’ successful practice in the
treatment of but It acute and chronic disease- I have
located In Portland, and all I ask is that you give me a
fair, unbiased trial, by which 1 hope to merit your con
fidence. and give entire satisfaction to all suffering
humauitv. Mv reputation has been acquired by being
candid w’lth my patients, through years of successful
practice, botli In Europe and In this country, and
studiously keeping up with the ago. I know the cause
and remedy needed, not by guesswork, but by years
of experience.
...
,
In my treatment of many diseases I make use of a
new method of cure. The treatment Is simple and the
most feasible of all. TluJre is no unnleasunt sensation
whatever attending the treatmeni. I invite all persons
afflicted to visit and freely convince themselves, leav
ing me to verify the a sertlon that there has never
existed a remedy so startling and immediate in its
effects, lhese noted curative a ds, ns handled in my
practice, are endor ed and approved by the faculties
of both Europe and Americ a. The beneficial effects
are perceptible almost from the start. (‘as*-s regarded
incurable, and of years standing, yleldt o its mild hut
wonuerful intluence. And in no case can the treat-
ment bentumded w th the least danger, thereby tes­
tify Ing it to bo the most harnih ss ag-nt in ’hvrapeu-
tics. Those who wish to apply for advice oi treatment
may confidently do m » without hesitatimi oi diffidence,
as the most timid may rely on that inviolable secrecy
whi<*h has already proved the oasis of an extensive
professional reputation «broad.
Case« can be* treated by ceri «’spend“nce when a per­
sonal interview is impossible, providing the patients
will minute!.» detail all of rh«-lr bodily i< fij m a ties unfl
menial disturbances written in a simple und natural
style, and In accordance With the neo -Miry details of
their own feelings. One personal intervic»», however,
even »villi patients residing nt n di tance Is highly de­
sirable w I ipii practicable, and »»ill more than repay
the patient the expense and trouble of a trip to Port­
land. The advantage nf even a visit are apparent and
manifold. A single visit in most cases will enable the
doctor to form an accurate opinion and note particulars
which might be lost sight of in more correspondence,
particular!» when a micros-optr and chemical analy­
sis is absolutely necessary.
Patients not resid­
ingin the city who wish to transact their business
through th«* iiiails or by express can have the neces­
sary remedies sent to any address or left nt any rwil-
»vay station or coach office in Oregon or Washington
Territory until called for. carefully pn' k»*d and se­
curely sealed. Office ami Residence. 2s*> First street.
Rooms 2« an 27, I add's N<*»v Building. Corner First
n„.i
Portland. Oregon.
flTHO MAY BE RUFFERINO FROM THE FF
♦ V
frets of vputhful follies or Indiscretion, will de
well to avail tnetuselvea of. this, the greatest boon
ever laid at the altar of Buffering humanity. DR
SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit >500 for every
iHsr of Seminal Weaknew or private diseases of any
kind or cburacter which he ur. \-rtagea and fails u
cure.
,
MIDDLK-.WFD MEN,
There aie many at tbe ag« of thirty to sixty wh<
are troubled with too frequent evacuations of th»
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting ot
bU ruing seuMp.tion and a weakening of the system h
a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam
Inlng the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will ofter
ne found, nnd sometimes small particles of albumei
will apnesr. or the color will be of a thin milkish hue
aguin changing to a dark and torp>d appearance
rliere are many m«*n who die of this difficulty, igno
rant of the cause, which Is the second stage of Semi
•»el Weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure h
xll such > ases. and a healthy restoration of the ger.ilo
urinary organs.
Office Hours—10 to 4 and toR. Bundays from 10 tc
11 A. M. Consultation free. Thorough examinatior
and advice
CaUoraddrens
DR. BPIMNEY «V CO.
No. II Kearny street. Nan Fraud
PERUVIAN
BITTERS
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
ROOTS AND SHOES
New York Boot and Shoe House
No. I»» FlrU «10.1
Between Yamhill and Taylor, Portland
yrou ADD TO YOUR OWN WEALTH AN
1
that means make the whole country riche
have Just received th«* most elegant st s k of goods
ever brought to Portland, which w-«
selling al rates
that no other house can. When you come to the city
bring in your whol£ Lwil.y and we will sell them
goods at astoiilvki* Nv low prices. Orders from the
country will I m » |>roriiptly attended to, and we will pay
relght on all goods sent to you,_______________________
THEY EFFECTUALLY ( I KE
A»k
I
SEWING MACHINE
I
pair
Druggl«t or Win»- Nf«*r<-hs«nl fnr
them.
WII.NÍ I RDÍNG .<•
c I m - o .
Agent«, •«« Fra»’
W. »I. YAY M III YVFB «V <<>.. Po. »land.
STORE 167 THIRD ST.
RKPAIKINO DO MB
Ladies Underwear,
ON SHORT NOTICE
IN M NT« A N !» C HI L DR EN *
All Leading
lAAdlnt
OII.M,
« T r «
MACHINES
O»
HALE,
//iy
yy
needles .
COMPLETE WARDROBES,
a
THREAD.
ATTACHMENTS,etc.
.< ty /
/
GEWEBAI a AGENT
r,,K TBB
7 HOUSEHOLD & WHITE
FpHE WHITE.” WE HAVE THIS DAY MOLD
* our entire Interest In. and transferred the agency
of th-White Me «ring Machine to Mr. John B. (iarri-
son, of HT Third str et. Portland. Or. Mr. Harrison
will hereafter supply the growing demand for tbta
auperiur and popular sewing mat bine.
apU
HJLL A BARB
165 Third Street, Portland. Or
P. O. Sts »W