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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1895.
U.S. Senators !
(J. 11. Mitchell
1 J. K. Dolnh
Congressmen .-. .
5 Rlnper Hermann
- iJL Ellis
0. E. Chamberlsln
Secretary ol SUto
-Ueorrc w. JlcBrtdo
E. E. McElroy
Supu rnb. Instruction.
Member Board ot EjualUationA. C. Woodcock
tesnprose Judges- Jc. K. Wolverton
CR. B. Bean
r A. B. Compsdn
" (1. A. Macrnm
Clerk ot Railroad Coxamlsilon Lydcll Baker
MCOXD JCDICUX. 'DISTRICT.
Judrc J. C. Fullcrton
ProsecaUng-AUorney 3eo. M. Brown
c. s. uucp oma, sossbcro.
Rcoolvcr.,.. .,, R. S. Sheridan
Scgiftcr ,, , R. M. Vcatch
C, . W BCEEAC.
. DOCGLAS COCSTY.
Sj. t uiunoeu
J. T. Bridrcs.
C A. Sehlbrcdd
F. W Benson
C F. Cathcart
,V. A. Frater
School Soperindcnt .
.J. A. Underwood
I. A. Sterling
A. t. steams
Will r. Heydon
Dr. K. L. iflller
Sheep Inspector ... , ,
Justices i. ,, I John llamlln
Nonstable: 2 U, C. Stoeum
" citt'.ot Iiosescso.
, v. . .. v . ..... V--J t
F. 31. Zlrler
AV. F. Carroll
I. A- Cox
.". ; COC5T SESSIONS.
The Circuit Court lor Douglas County meets
Ihrecliracsa fear, as follotrs: The So, il on
toy llsrefci the nth ilonday In June, and the
1st Monday xu December. J. C Fullerton o!
Rosebcrc joUre, Geo. it. Broirn, ol Eoseborj,
CountrCo-irtjaeeaihe 1st Wednesday alter
thelstMondsy'of January, March, Slay, July,
September ayd November, A. F. Stearns, ol
Oakland. Jndge; C H. Man pin of Elkton
and W. L. Wilson, ot Kiddle, eojamlssloners.
Probate Court is In session canUtraously, A. F.
T.AUEEL LODGE, A. F. A. M., REGULAR
J-t meeting the 3d and 4th Wednesdays in
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, SO. 11. B. A. M., HOLD
u their regular convocations at Masonic hall
on the tot and third Tuesday ot each month.
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
M. F. RAFP, H. P.
laipoie Caxo, Secretary.
PHILETAEIAS LODGE. NO- S, 1 O. O. F..
scea Saturday eTenlngof each week at
o'clock In their hall at Eosebcrg. Members ot
the order la jood standisx are in vited to attend.
FCJLSE G. Mien I.I. N. G.
X. T. Jttrcrr, Sec'y.
USIOS ENCAMPMENT, SO. 9, MEETS AT
Odd Fellows' hall on second and fourth
Thazsdays ol each month. Visiting brethren
aro invited to attend.
Fiask G. Minn 1 1, Scribe.
IIxtcT Paxst, C. P.
pOSEBDBG LODGE, SO. IS. A. O. C. W.
J meets the aecood and (osrth Mondays.ot
cich. month at 73 p. 23. at OH Tellon ball,
Members ol the order in good stasding are la
Tited to attend.
PESO POST, SO.r9, G. A. MEETS THE
A- first and third Thnqdars of each month.
VirOMEySEEHEF COSTS SO. 10, MEETS
second and fourth Thursdays in each
FASMT ALLIASCE Kegalar Quarterly
Meetinrs vfil he held at Grange Uali,
Ecaeburg. the grrt Friday la December, March
and Jnse. and the third Friday in September.
p OSEBOEG CHAPTER, SO. S.O.E. MEETS
the second aad foarth Thuadays of each
JIADEUSE B. COSKLISG. W. 51.
pOSEBUEG DIVHOS SO C6, B.OF Lt,
meets every Kcoad and fourth Sunday.
"p OSEBU2G E. D. LODGE, SO. -O, L O.O. F.
meets on Tuesday eveninrof each week at
the- Odd fellows halL Vitltias sisters aad
Brethren are Invited to atlead.
MISS SlXtH WIXEZZLT, S. G.
Txxsx. G. Mirsi u. R. See.
A LPHA LODGE. SO. 7. K. OF P., MEETS
ervery Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
HaH. YUiting brethren in good standing cor
dially invited to attend.
ezozcr x. asms.
jgsoww & Tusxnr,
Taylor &. Wilson Block.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will practise in all the eosria of the State. Of
toe is the Court House. Doogbs county. Or.
Q A. SEHIiBEHDK,.
- Attorney at Law,
, .Hotthury, .Or0n.
OSes OTtr the FoxtoSes on Jaekaos street.
W "W. CABDWELX,
t t Attorney at Law,
Physician and Surgeon
OScetAt Dr. Hoover's old stand on Oak 3 tree t
. f i Psy?ac59ir- .La.c & Jackam Street.
JaTt J. OZIAS, 31. D.,
.Physician and Surgeon,
. : . BOSEBORG, OB.
OSee" in S. Marks i Co.'s Block, upstairs.
Calls promptly answertd day or night
JAMES 2 ABB,
'Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate Bush Medical College.
Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty
OFFICE, Booms 9 & 10, Marsters Building.
BX2IDE5CZ, Dpuzlas Street, second place cast
4 , Dr. Hum; ell's.
,.' . EOHEBUBG, OBEGOK.
IFATKTr Layr. JCdge L Locohast
TT ANE ct L0UGHABT,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
y ill practice in all the court of Oregon. Of.
too in the Tartar-Wilson block.
MRS. VS. BOYB,
DEALER IS CHOICE
Books. and Children's Toys.
A FULL LISE OP-
Fruits, Kuts, f reneb Candies, ConfectioBerj
Canned Goods, Coffees, Teas, Etc.
IMPORTED XI WEST CIGARS.
. CHOICE BBiNDS OF CIGARS
TKjTILL. P. HEYDON,
and Kotnrjr Pntjlic.
Orncxt In Court House.
Orders for Surrprlnp and Flald Notes should
bo addressed to will P. Ileydon, County BntJ
Attorney at Law,
.Room t, Manters Bulldlntt BOSBBURQ, OB.
nsTBuslncss before the U. 8. Land OfuOQ sad
mining cases a specialty.
Late Receiver U. S. Land Oflice.
V. 8. Deputy Mineral Sarreyor
ana JSotnry Public.
Ornci: County Jail Building, up stain.
ZW Special attention paid to Transfers and
Address. ROSEBURG, OR.
jjYBA BROWN, Jt U.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Cfcrnic Disease of Wenea a Spsd&itj.
OfScc, Up Stairs, in the Marks Building.
Residence. 112 Cass Street, ROSEBURO.
j Is. MTTiTiEB, M. D.,
Surgeon and Horaceopathio
ttsJChrunie.dim a ptelalty.
J. F. BARKER & GO.
Aapaeul bund jiunadolteratcd Tea. Oar
la harias; a large sale. ?r styles e4
Glass and Delf Ware
At iitirnliMng lo yncf. Our cm esaaad
xiirriini, an Ttry popolar.
ALL COMPETITORS !
We are always in the Lead, and mean lo
The Golden Harvest is upon us, snd farm
ers are smiling because Woodward
loo to their interest.
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Rod need Price.
Consult your purse and h sure and see
ood irxnl before buying.
W. 6. W00DWARI
H. C. STANTON
Has just received a new and sztecsiv stock o
Ladies' Dress Goods, Ribbons, Trimmings,
Laces, Etc., Etc
ALSO A PIKE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
Of tb beat quality and nbh.
Wood Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Also on band is larg q untitle and at price to
nn use tunes, juso a urge sioex or
Which is offered at cost price. A fall and
select stock of
Constantly on band. Alsothe
LATEST NOVELTIES IN BTAT10NEKT,
Oeneral agent for erery rarletr oi subscription
books and periodicals published in the United
Blates. Persons wishing reading matter of any
kind will do to girs me a call.
The Old Reliable
215 Montgomery EL, extending from Pine
to Bush tits., San Francisco, Cal.
Business center of the city, convenient
to all banks, insurance Co. offices and
places ol amusements. Containing 300
J. S. YOUNG, Prop.
Tmxb: 11,40, 12.00 and UMJper day. Free
coach to snd from the hotel.
(Successor to J. JASKOLEK. j
Pnwticai : Watckvakcr,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELHY. AND FANCY GOODS.
3sTsjawa.acfLasntJ mm. WwiLjrtsa.':3s'-.
Gouuino JBrozilian Ji2yo
A COMriJvTK STOCK OK
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigare tuul Smokers' ArticlcB.
Also Proprietor mid Mauagor of Kosoburg's t'liiiious ItarKniir Store.
A SQUARE DEAL
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If Business Is Not Good
Arc the Rooters for the Business Hen of Douglas County.
40 000 PIECES SHEET MUSIC
UUU AT 10 CTS. PER COPY.
Mailed to any address for One Cent Extra. .
Catalogue of this immense stock sent free ou application.
We have also secured the agency of the Wiley B. Allen Co.
T. K. RICHARDSON,
The HoiUC Farm, east of town, has been plat
ted and is now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing
3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home ean now be accommodated on easy
All lots sold in First Brookside addition have more
than doubled in value. The prospect is much better for
the future. More fortunes arc made in lands near a grow
ing town or city than any other way. Sicze the oppor
tunity. For information or conveyance, call at ony Real
Estate Office, or on
& T. BBX-DK1V, Propr.
Blacksmiths and Machinists
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
axacblae work a Specialty. rohubiirg, ok.
: Jeweler : ant. : Optician.
GIhhhum and SJpoctncles
' I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' f ! ' I f
4 5 0 7 8 U .10 11 VI
Is what we give to every cus
tomer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
agaiu aud again, and their friends
will come too.
We arc not here for a da'
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
It is now well understood that
T. K. Ricahrdson is the best es
tablished and most reliable Piano
and Organ dealer in the State.
He has secured the American
agency and will soon receive
j Tnose wno nave a
have little sympathy
for the dyspeptic. They Ui
can eat everything that
comes along. While &
they can eat rich food "
without fear oft the Si
dyspeptic's bad experi-
encesf, they ueverthe- .
less greatly appreciate
a delicate flavor in
their pastry. j
ening, always FroiJi
duces the finest flavor
cd pastry, which is en- E
tirely free from the fM
many objections which Kll
the use of lard always jl ra
produces. Test its gjjj
iviioi 1 1 in 1 u:i l jitiiiit" umh
vaiue- oy one mat. my
gijl Itefuso all substitutes.
cii Ptnd threo cents In stamps to U.K. &
f. V ralrtanic fCo..Chlauro. for hand.
J TihRpmlnMtnnthnAtlMAnmiilrln. f
P. I fYttnpnAltMhva!l tmwrii f
r N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., If
rtg ST.I LOUIS and 5a
V'VSCHICACO. HZVl YORK, BOSTOtl.JjjS
i r . . .
& j. j. 1 VJ
Sold by A. C. Marters & Co.
W. L. Douglas
5 CUAE1 IS THE BEST.
Over One Million hnl(Miiia
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are cauallv satisfactory
T. I ..... .
ucy kivc mc vai vuoc ior ine mcocy.
in style ana lit.
Ths prices sre unllorrn, jlsraped on sole.
j-r-J3i jikjj uvea over otner mslces.
If your dealer cancel supply joa trc an. Sold by
dealers everywhere. Wanted, agent
to take exclusive sale for this, vicinity.
rite at once.
tho age. it
hu been en
tlflo men of
of the dim
chargo in 20
of tho eyes
and tones the
Fains in tho
oy day or
quickly. Over 2,000 private endoremcnts.,
Prcmaturencss means impotency la tho tint
staTe. It Is a symptom of seminal weakness
and barrenness. It can be stopped In 0 days
Tho new discovery was made by tho Special
IstsoftheoldfamousHudson Medical Instltuts.
It is tho strongest vltallzcr made. It is very
powerful, bnt harmless. Sold for 51.00 a pack
ncoors packages for 53.00 (plain Bcalod boxes).
Written guarantee given for a euro. If you buy
six boxes and aro not entirely cured, Eli moro
will be tent to you freo of all charges.
Bead for circulars and testimonials. Address
O HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE, '
Junction Stockton, market & Ellis Sts.
! EAST pi 1-
CurcsCORNS, BUNIONS and WARTS
SPEEDILY and WITHOUT PAIN.
FOR SALE BrALL DRUGGISTS.
L1PPHAN BEOTHESSj tfrop'ra,
Uppmjn's Block, SAVANNAH, GA.
Of m a r
Bohemia Mining. District.
For moro than a quarter of a century
tho mines of this district have attracted
tho attention of the mining men, bat un
til the last few yearn bnt littlo perma
nent work, outside of prospecting, has
been done. The mineral belt is thirty
miles long by fifteen miles in width, and
contains mineral veins of largo size aud
great value, in gold and silver. At the
intersection of the Calapooia rango with
tho Cascade mountains, tho mines have
been worked with shafts and tunnels
and the fact is demonstrated that mil
lions of dollars of the precious metals are
here to be found and only need the magic
touch of capital to malce them the great
est producers of wealth on tho PaciGc
coast. The mountains are covered with
a heavy growth of valuable timber, and
tho water course, fed by perpetual
snows and never failing springs, famish
endless water power lor milling purposes.
A good wagon road leads to this most
promising camp, a distance of 33 miles
from Cottage Grove, a (own of commer
cial importance- on the Southern Pacific
railroad, and at no distance day a lino of
daily stages will bo running to this most
promising camp. The mineral bearing
veins carry cold and silver in pavinz
quantities, the gold value predominating
j in many- of llio properties. The veins
are large and well defined, and in every
instance the quality.'and quanlify'of the
ore increases as we go down, a facl most
' A. ,
i imping 10 interested parties. ltie
value of the ore is over twenty dollars in
gold to the ton and the silver value is
usually about ten dollars to the ton,
making tho average value of theso im
mense ledges thirty dollars to the ton of
ore. No section of the country offers
better inducements to capital, seeking
safe and profitable investment, and to
the prospector this is A regular paradise
as sections of this vast area, rich in
mineral, has never been visited by white
men. Eugene Register.
Care of One's Clothes.
Tho well-groomed young woman is she
who always looks well, and suitably
dressed for every occasion. Her hair is
always just right, and her shoei, gloves
and bonnets are always sightly. It is
because she is always in trim for any
thing that may turn up. She is perfect
is to detail, and has atjleast one gown
for every occasion. The woman who
lacks the first requisite may have 20
gowns for each occasion, and not loot as
well as Miss Well-Groomed does. This
is her secret:
She buys good things, expends a great
deal of thought on their selection, nnd
baa them well cut. She does not ap
prove of exaggerated styles, because
they make her conspicuous, which is bad
taste. She Las ono perfectly correct din
ner dress, a simple and beautiful bath
gown, a fancy waist for theater, a couple
of cloth street gowns, and either matinees
or jackets for tho house.
Her shoes for the ptrret are regular
walking shoes of calfskin, laced, with flat
heel and pointed toe. Every night they
are blacked, twice a week limbered up
with oil ; the heelsXare straightened as
eoon as they run down. Her slippers
are kept in like good condition.
Her buttons, hooks and eyes, "ribbons
or bows are always well atlended to, and
not hanging by threids. Her skirts
aro beautifully free from tuud; her coat
and hat never show a speck of dust.
Her gloves are dark'in color, with every
button intact. When she wears white
gloves they are clean. All this is man
aged by attending to things which need
attending to at once, an J at no other
time. When a skirt .is. Uken off, brush
it, put the -hat in its box, the gloves
away in their sachet, the shoes where
they will be attended to. and make up
your mind that no work is too much in
order to look well-groomed. It will repay
"Honest Old Abe."
And here's another story of the mar
tyred president, as told by Secretary
Herbert at the Scotch-Irish Society ban
quet in 1'hilidelpliia last week: "I
heard recently an anecdote which I do
not remember to hare seen in print. It
is attributed to ex-Senator Hendersou.
Very early in the civil warestretnists be
gan to urgo President Lincoln to issue a
proclamation to abolish slaverv. Mr.
Lincoln was slow in making up his mind.
At first ho doubted tho exiediency of
taking such a step, then he doubted
whether public opinion was ripe for the
measure. While the matter was still
under i onsideration ex-Senator Hender
son wcut to see the president at the
Wnite Hou&e just as Mr. Summer was
leaving. t Mr. Lincoln said: 'Hender
son, did you meet Sumner out there at
tho door? 'Yes, sir.' 'Well, that man
comes here onco a day. There are three
of them who have entered a combina
tion to compel me'to issue a proclamation
emancipating tho slaves, They want it
done now, whether I think the time has
come or not. Ben Wode comes early in
the morning,.Sumner Comes at noon, and
Thad Stevens comes at night. I've got
ten soXhato the night of them. Every
time I lay eyes on oe of them I think
about the boy who was put to reading the
Bible at school and got Mumped when he
came to tho names of tho men. who
walked tho fiery furnace. He read along
gibly until lie'camo to tliuse names, tlien
ho halted. The teacher scolded him, but
it was of no use. Ho trounced him, and
still the boy could not get out tho names.
Then the teacher shouted: 'Shadrach,
Meshak and Abeduego, ou dunce; skip
them and go along,' and tho boy read
along very smoothly for a page, and then
all at once broke out crying. "What's
the matter?' soid tho teacher, aud the
boy blubbered out, 'Hero comes them
infernal three fellers anaiu.' "
IIucklcti'H Arnica Salve.
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts
Bruises, pores, Ulrer?. Salt Kheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Ohillbains, Corns, aud nil skin - Krup,
tions, aud positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price25 cents per boi. For aulu at A.
0. Marstera & Co.
NEW FIELDS FOR NOVELISTS.
Why Does Not Some Writer Use an Eskimo
Tho division of the earth among con
temporary novelists has not as yot in
cluded Greenland, where somo new
writer can lay tho scene of a story in
which tho heroine will wear sealskin
trousers and calm her troubled heart
with mighty drafts of train oiL
Neither has any novelist seized upon
China, whero great things may yet be
dono by a story teller who really knows
tomothing of that modern and multitudi
nous sphinx, the Chinaman.
But with these exceptions thero is
very littlo desirable territory which is
not pre-empted. This of course greatly
hampers now novelists who are com
pelled towrito novels dealing only with
English men and women at home.
England is tho common possession of
evory body; and oven tho American writer
who does not wish to imitato either Mr.
Harto or Mr. Howells is compelled to
lay the sceno of his stories in London
or in some one of the many littlo Eng
lish colonies to bo found in continental
Tho English novelist who wishes to
writo a story characterized by some little
novelty is reduced to inventing Dodos or
other fabulous creatures, an attempt
which fails moro frequently than it suc
ceeds. This state of things is so plain to ev
ery writer that I wonder that no ono has
rushed in to occupy tho Greenland or
tho Chlneso field.
A Greenland story would at onco at
tract attention because of its novelty,
and wo who have never been to Green
land could warmly recognize tho truth
of its local color, and tho profound
knowledge of Eskimo character shown
by tho writer.
An advanced Eskimo maiden with a
wild desire to wear petticoats instead
of trousers and to drink tea instead of
train oil could hardly fail to charm the
I am afraid, however, that the ad
vanced Eskimo maid would not survive
beyond tho first four or five chapters,
for I understand that whenever an Es
kimo woman exhibits symptoms of, ad
vanced thinking sho is immediately sot
adrift on an ico floe W. L. Alden in
BATHING IN THE DEAD SEA.
Aa Easy Matter to Float on the Surface or
tho Thick Water.
Tho Dead sea, or moro properly tho
Salt sea, is also called in Scrip rnro the
sea of tho Arabah; in tho Apocrypa, the
Sodomitish sea;in tho Talmudical books,
eea of Salt and sea of Sodom. The
namo Dead sea seems to have been first
used in Greek, and tho Arabic namo 13
Bar Lut, or tho sea of Lot It has a
length varying from 40 to 46 miles and
is only about threo miles across at its
From the analysis of tho United States
expedition it appears that each gallon
of tho water, weighing 12 pounds,
contains nearly 3 pounds (3.319) of
matter in solution, an immense quantity
in view of the fact that sea water,
weighing 10J pounds per gallon, con
tains less than one-half pound. Of this
32 pounds nearly a pound is common
salt (chloride of sodium), about two
pounds chloride of magnesium and less,
than ono-baif pound chloride of calcium
(muriato of lime). Thero does not ap
pear to bo anything about it inimical to
life, and tho story of a recent tourist
confirms this. Ho says:
"As for tho Dead sea, it will, in con
tradiction of the name, forever preservo
a green and living memory in my mind.
No fish can survive in it, wo all know,
but for a place for a swim, or, above all,
for a float, commend mo to it beyond all
tho Winnepesaukees in tbo world. How
it bears you up in arms! How it annihi
lates tho tiresomo ponderosity and dig
nity of tho laws of gravitation! How it
introduces you into tho inner conscious
ness of dainty ariel and thistledom and
all otherairy, fairy creatures! Tho moro
you weigh tho less yon weigh. Thero is
tho real hydrostatic paradox. An ele
phant in tho Dead sea would feel him
self a gazelle. Then what a mirror its
steely surface was that morning, and
how beautiful its reflections of the moun
tains of Falestino on tho ono hand aud
of Moab on tho other!" Brooklyn
A Vienna professor gives it as his
opinion, after much research on the
subject, that all delicato persons and
thoso who suffer from nervousness
should never remain long in a room
lighted by electric lights, its effect on
tho nervous system being such that aft
er awbilo they generally become uneasy
and depressed and find it impossible
to concentrate the attention for any
length of time. Young persons, on tho
contrary, and thoso with strong nerves
find tho influence of tho light extremely
beneficial, especially when tho brain is
overworked and tired, tho effect being
much tho same as that of strong coffeo
L a, increased activity of tho nerv
Through Algerian Spectacles.
In a delightful paper beforo a club
recently Mrs. Fannio C Barbour, the
writer and traveler, gave a description
of her visit to somo Algerian ladies.
Through tho interpreting friend who ac
companied her the hostesses convoyed
thoir polite pity at her extraordinary
costume. "Where,'" they asked in
plaintivo pity for tho unfortunate
American, "aro her Turkish troasers?"
When told that she came from Amer
ica, they asked whero that was, and on
bearing that it was across a great sea
complacently remarked: "Not so great
as our Mediterranean. Thero is no sea
Food For 3Ian and Ernst.
"Wo read sometimes, " said Mr. Bill
tops, "of people 'eagerly devouring' a
newspaper, but horses sometimes do that
literally. Twico lately I havo seen horses
eating newspapers. Perhaps this might
conio under the head of 'taking in every
word. " Nov.- York Sun.
Hewn re of OInttnentn for Cntarrli
tliat Contain Mercury.
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
smell aii'l completely dcrm;e thewhole svstem
when entering It through mucous suftaces.
Such articles should never be used eicept, on
prescriptions front reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do Is ten (old to the good yon
rim possibly derive Irom them. Hall's Catarrh'
Cure manufscturnl by F. J. Uhcnev &. Co., To
ledo, O., contains no mercury, Hnu ls taken in
ternally, noting directly upon the Wood and
mucous surfaces ot the system. In burins Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sun- you get tho.cenulne. It is
alien Internally, and made i Toledo, Ohio, bv
F. J. Cheucy t Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggtsts, price "5 c. per bottle- -.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awxried Gold Medal MldwiaUr FIr. Sa Francisco.
NO DOG IN HER HOUSE.
A Boarding: House Keeper Tells Whyjfta
Has Made This Rule.
Persons with dogs and other -pets
meet with a cold and clammy reception
in Now York boarding houses. 'They
may occasionally steal into fashionable
flats, whero tho landlord or agent .has
no direct mean3 of circumventing them,
but when it comes to tho boarding'henso
things aro a little moro definite.
A nice-looking married couple went
into a Twenty-third street boarding
bouse the other day and were made com
fortable. After tho first dinner the lady
was observed scraping together some
dainties from tho board to take to her
room. The landlady, who is a woman
of great decision of character, heard of
it, and her knock was shortly afterward
heard at tho door of tho new boarders.
Tho latter were immediately notified
that cither they or tho dog must vacate
"If I cannot keep my darling Xeno
phon, we'll move," protested the owner
of tho dog, who practiced tho principle
of "Love me, love my dog."
"Then you'll havo to move, " said the
landlady firmly. "I'm not keeping a
"How in the world they ever got that
dog in hero without my seeing it," said
she, after tho obnoxious Xcnophon had
been disposed of, "is moro than I can
understand. I've had all I want of dogs.
A gentleman nsed to keep a small but
ferocious bulldog in his room where I
once lived. Ho was tho ugliest brute I
ever laid my eye3 on the dog, not the
man. That dog wouldn't let anybody
but his owner tamper with him. The
man used to lug him around with him
everywhere he went One night when
tho man camo in, he was feeling so ob
livious to earthly things that he left his
dog locked in the vestibule. The next
boarder who came ingot no farther than
the vestibule and landed down the steps
with a square yard of trousers missing.
He was soon joined by another boarder,
who wanted to come to bed. They rang
the bell until several of us came down
to see what was the matter. On opening
tho door the dog sprang for us as if he
hadn't been fed for a week and wanted
anything that came bandy, bnt we
slammed tho door to again just in time.
As we could not awaken the owner we
had to leave the dog there till morning,
and thoso who wero outside had to go to
a hotoL In tho morning everybody had
to go and como by the servant's entrance
until tho owner of tho animal came
down and got us out of tho fix."
"What did ho say?"
"Say! Why, ho abused us all as a Ect
of brutes for keeping his dog locked np
there and gathered it np under his arm
and took it up stairs as if had been a
piece of Dresden china! And the board
ers who had been locked out left the
house for good the next day. We got rid
of the dog, but not until it had half de
populated tho establishments" Chi
The Awakening TIser.
Between tho drowsy sleep of the noc
turnal animals and tho hypersensitive
sleep of those which spend their lives in
constant fear of their enemies a place
must bo found for tho form of slumber
enjoyed by the large carnivora and that
of domestic animals. Tho former havo
no enemies to fear except man, and tho
latter, protected by man, enjoy to the
full the blessing of natural rest
Tigers aro freqnently found fast
asleep in the daytime. Native hunters
have been known to track them after a
"kill" to the place in which they were
lying fast asleep and gorged with food
and to shoot them as they lie. When
taking bis midday repose in districts
whero it is littlo disturbed, the tiger
does not always retire to a place of se
curity, like tho bear, or oven the leop
ard, which nsually sleeps on the branch
of a tree. It just lies down in some con
venient spot, either shady or warm, ac
cording to tho weather, and there sleeps
almost regardless of danger. They have
been found lying in dry nullahs, under
trees and oven in the grass cf tho hill
sides unobserved until their disturber
camo within a few yards of them.
General Douglas Hamilton, When
shooting in theDandilly forest, came
upon a tigress, and two cubs lying fast
asleep on their backs, with their paws
sticking up in the air, under a clump of
bamboos. When ho was within a fow
yards of tho group, one raised its head
and without moving its body quietly
looked at him along tho lice of its body
between its paws. Tigers kept in cap
tivity awaken gradually, stretching and
yawning like a dog. London Spectator.
Ct lea's Cnlqne Tollsate.
Utica enjoys tho doubtful distinction
of being probably tho only city a the
United States which has a 'tollgate
within its boundaries or anywhere near
it, for that matter. Tho old days of toll
roads and tollgates havo passed away,
and it is well that they have. Tho com
pany which maintains tho Deerfield gate
has a legal status that cannot bo done
away with without tho consent of thoso
who own the property. The last legisla
ture passed an enabling act which makes
it possible for tho parties interested to,
do away with tho tollgate, and it Is
something to which tho attention of the
authorities may properly be directed.
"1 don't see why I loso so many
places," said Jimmio, tho ex-office boy.
"Dey ain't a smarter kid on do block
dan me. Dey ain't a singlo ono of 'em
kin smoko a cigarctto and whistle at de
same time like I kin." Indianapolis
For over 400 years Nov. 13 was ob
served in England as a festival. It com
memorated the death of Hardicanute
and the accession of Edward the Con
fesior, by which tho country was deliv
ered from tho yoke of tho Danes.
Amulets aro now worn by royal noble
families in India that aro believed to
have been handed down from father to
son for nearly 2,000 years.
Wayne Jones is special larm agent for
tho "old reliable" Continental Insurance
Company of New York, which has been
tested !y passii.g through and paying all
oi itt looses in that proat conflagration of
Chicauo iu 1871, by which over one hun
dred companies equal lo the State Insur
wce Company if SaHn, Ore. failed.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
.Ifyou want Ihe best of dentistrv go to
Dr. Strange and have it done by "an ex
perienced and skillful dentist. All work
guaranteed and at very reasonable prices.