The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, April 05, 1897, Image 1

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Tho Tlaindoalor
BEST ADVERTI8INQ
MEDIUM
PuMmliiil (very Monday tnd Iharcdiy
AlOak and Main Hlraea,
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PIAINOEAUI PUBlliHIRC COMMIT.
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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1897.
Executed Neatly am! ( Livlnn IUUi. j
No. 11.
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Vol. XXVIII.
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llrKSUN MAHKH, Hctr-lart.
1Vl'(il.Alt COUNCIL, Mi. 21 JR. O, V. A.
1 .i mrm uIiimiIav aveblna al
ii rlm k In III OIl fcaaonlt. Halt . Vlalllng
lirollun art cordially Invlied tu attenn.
0. B. Canium,
(I so. W. 1'aaav, :unolli.r
Heeotdlug hw irlai).
LAUHKI. IXJIKIK, A. F. A A. M.. RF.MOI.AS
RiMllnii tho 'Jit ami ilk Wednesday In
raen inoutu.
rKKK JOHNSON, W. M.
N.I. Jaa.au, M'erj.
tllllLKTA RIAN U)IXIK, NO. S, I. O. O. F,
A mwti Saturday errnlng of eh week a
their hall In Ul1 Fellow Temple al Reeeneri
Mere bar of ba order In rood etandlei
nam! areinvi
I ereloTli-
ed 10 atlena.
H. W. VAN2ILE, N.O.
F. U. MllBI.M.ft'F.
KOriKHUKU 1-OIMiR, NO. la, A. O. I'. W.
tnnrU tha second and fourth Mondarl o
rrh munlh al7 w p. n. al Odd Fellow hall.
Members of tha order lu good standing ar lav
tiled to atlenu.
KKNOronT, NO. 7, (. A. ., M F. ITS TBI
Ural and third Thursday ol tack noBth.
tOMKN'ft HF.LIF.F CORPS NO. IS. el KITS
Aran and third lanredaje la eec
monm.
T.'ARMr ALLIANCE-Regular OiiarUrlf
Mvellii- will he held al Oracle Hall,
lUwbuii, the Aral Friday In Deoe saber, March
ana June, ana lb lalra rriney la nroiemner.
OOhKBUHO HAM RR. NO I. O. I. S.,klEET
x the trond and lourih Thuredeje ol aaca
mtnih.
HEU1.NA RANT, W. at.
Aasas Kuan, Sec.').
It OMKBUHO DIVISION NO 471. B. OF I. I.,
meet every eecond and InurUi rlay.
pCRKf
Bin
Rl'Mll K. I). UHKII. NO. 1. I. O X. F
Bimu on tueedaT ereelni oleMb week al
the Odd Crllowa hall. VUItlng alatera aad
atatbrea are mailed to attend.
M It KIT HKBT. N. 0.
AMATA MHITII, R. ace.
Ai r ii a i.opnK, no. r. k. tr r . mkkti
eaarj Wedneailair earning at Odd Fallow)
nail, alanine aniinie in iikhi avmoumi car
dtalllnalted to attend.
i). loonkv. .(;.
R. M.CONKUNO, K. R. .
i ' - -j.. ii hi. nr
frofrealonal Card.
M. CRAWFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Room 1. Maralera Building, RORIBORO, Oft.
naTBualnea before tha IT. H. Land OfBoaaad
mluiiig oaeee a ipcolalljr.
Lata Reoalaer U. ft. Land Olio.
OMI
rag. rAToTin,
IBOWN A TWITS,
Attorncys-at-Law,
Rooma 7 and I
Ta wilaun Ulouk.
ROBBftUftU, Oft.
yy n. willis,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will prealUe la all the eeart el Ue liaae. Ol
gae In the Court Houee, Uoeglae foealf, Or.
(J A. SEHLBnlDK,
Attorney at Law,
Meearf, Oreeen.
(llN otar Ike PaetogUe oa Jatkana aWeel.
W. OARDWSLL,
Attorney at Law,
ROOIBURd, ORI00N,
La Favittb Lam. Jbi L. LoraiAiT
JANl A LOTJOHART,
Attorneys Az Counelor at Law
1111 araatlae la all Ike eoarla of Oregea. O
ae la Ike Tailur-Wlleoa fcloak.
D, BTRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Ronma and 4
Ttylor A Wllaoa Block.
ROflRVRd, Oft
IRA BROWN, M. D.
OFMCK, AOU Jackauu Blraat, at rea
Idtnceol Mra. J. Blraer.
HOdKBUftG. OR,
H L. BRAD LIT, M. P.
Physician 8c Surgeon.
Dltlce lloura, from Ii lo S r.M.
Taylor A Wllaou Brick ROBIBORQ.
j. oxiAM. in. v.,
Physician and Surgeon
HOBKBURU, OH.
Offlce lu B. Marki Co. ! Block, ueatalri.
Call! promptly aniwered day or night.
j L. MILLER, M. D
Surgeon and Homoeopathio
Physician,
A4r(:hroalt dlaeaara a peoUltr.
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ILL. P. HETDON,
Oouuty Murveyor,
and Molarjr Public.
Owm In Court Home.
Order for Hurvealugiud Field Not! thould
b adaraued to will . Be don, County tar
veyor, Itoeeburg, Or,
H, C, STANTON
aUanetreelted a aaw aad eateaalae alork
DRY:G00I)S
4)ONHIBTlNU OF
Udlan' l)rag (Icsdi, Kitboaa, TriinmiiK,
lrM, Klc., He
A FIN! BTOOK OF
hoots aii hiioi:m
Of Ike beet gaallty aad Balak.
GBOOERIES
Wood, Willow and (ilina Wire,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Alaa ea aand la large qnanttttea aad al prlnaa to
emit lae uaiaa. Alao a targe atoak ef
Custom-Made Clothing
For Choice
TEA
Call at Stanton's for "L. P. M'
WOODWARD
the
ROSEBURG
Doe Up
ALL COMPETITORS!
Wear alwayi in tha Laail, anrl nirau to
keep there.
Tka (lolden narveat ia npoa ue, and farm-
era are amllluK leauae Woodward
looaa to their inUreat.
Fnll Trimmed
TEAM HARNESS
Tha ar all Leather and Warranted.
SADDLES
At Rednoed Prioea.
Coo alt your pnree and b tur and see
tToonwarn Deiore buying.
W. G. WOODWARD
J. F. BARKER & DO.
GEOCEES.
TEAS
A 8PECIALTY.
Aapeelal bread jt aaadalttrated Tea.
prlae
O
corrEE
Ii kaalag a large aala Maw alylaa
Glass and Delf Ware
alaetealablng low prieea. Our own
canned
Temauiee are aery popular.
JERRY J. WILSOM,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Jackaou Slrcct,
Two door aouth of hlocum Hall. BOB K BURG
BfftwAII Mwpalrluir utranled lo
y care will t PRONPTLV and
care-rally done.
PRICKS REASON ABI.K.
Jaia was jfa na h .
STRICTLY PIRST-CLA5S.
HHTP1
-McCLALLEN.
MRS. I). V. Mit'LAI.LKN, I'rop.
eiaegua&ters ron traveling ken.
HATKS HKASONAHI.I',
Largo, Flit Bauiplo Koom.
Free 'Rug t and From Tralui.
fiOSEBVRQ.
Administrator's Notice.
VTOTK'K IH 11ICRKHY (ilVKN THAT I II K
A a
UUilvralgnt'd haa boon by tho County t'oiirt
adrnliiFalrator ol Hi valato ol Ticabvy VV.
ouKiaauouuia. ruaio 01 crtitfon. aiiiio
)r'ifvn, aiiimlntcd
1'icabuv n. Qua-
olt, dooiaaod. All K'ni(iiia buvliiK olahiia
Maluat aald catuUi a in roiUlreil lo preaout tho
aame with pmper voiiuhora within alx ruonllia
irom uaiooi una nniico in tno uuanraignru al
hla homo IU Looking Ulaaa, lluuglaa Couuly,
Oreirou.
Dattil thll Sill day ot Man li, IH'.i7.
JOHN W. HKErt.
Admlulltialorol Ihrratalm.l l'rialuiy
liltto W. lloeaett, dawaacd.
mil SOUTH AND PROTECTION.
how Sentiment la Chanflns on
Revenue Queatlon.
Atlanta CiMiatlliitlnti.
Hie
Tliorf) if only otio wuy to explain llii
donne mUnntlnrttlandlnii of the domo
cratio tariff ixialllon on the turt of in
telllMnt man in tha Hoiilli, namely, tha
radical poaitiun amuniod In conxrcM by
aucti mn aa Morrlaou when the patty
wn in a nopeiofiB roinortty. Thin oppo
altion lo republicanism wag llrrrcr m
cauaa of Ita reaponaiblllly, ami, ao far ag
waa kindled arid fed by Ilia natnial re
aenlment they felt on aocouut of the
vlolooa leglalatlon aimed at tlie ao ial or
animation of tha houtb.
It wag at thin tlmo that the free trade
folly began to gtrut around an democra
cy i and, undoubtedly, it ia ouititf to the
Inannfible drill in that direction by i
harried and reaenlful minority in con
greaa thai, ilnca that lime, a great many
inen who ought lo hare bren better in
formed imbibed tha idea tlmt free Irate
i I democratic doi;trine. HUH ol hera have
been deceived by the opulnr contrac
tion of the demand, "fren Irnde on the
high aeaa and aailora rliihU" into "free
trade and aailora' right" an echo of
tha war of 1812.
The change that has been bronght
about la not, we luar, tho reault ol any
aludy ol ileruorratlu blatory, tint (tie out
como of the preaaura brought to bear by
varinua local intereeta the rice planter,
the rea Inlaud cotton plantere, tlin Inm
Iwrnien, and ao to tha and ot the liat.
An editor who waa yeeterday a rampant
iree tracer atiddeniy linda that 111 con
alkttienta have Intereata of Ilieir own lo
look after. They give him a nudge or
Iwo and ho discover that if the produc
er ol one aectlon are In any event, to
nave protective legialaiion, there ia no
aound reaeon why the producer of all
aectiona ahould not enjoy the game ben
eflla. Then he uttera Uiia truitm
"1 buy cannot atlord to pay jirotection
prli i' for Ilia nnpplio and aell their
pnxlucta at free trade priced."
Now we alncerelv hope that thoee who
have Irnen moved to luck their fre trade
doctrinea under the bod will U) led to
examine and inilame the real democratic
poaitlon a tariff for revenue. The duty
of $2 per 1000 on lumber ia aa old aa the
legislature of our government, and it nev
er waa ilinurbed until acnool proleaiora
anu tree trader tried to twiet the dem
ocratid taxty away from it time hon
ored poeition. They gave it a severe
wrench, tint It fit ill itanda where It etond
5IINAT0RS BY THE PLOPLE.
Should Put ao End to Deadlocks
and Raise Senate Standards.
kaliKai City Btar.
Bcuator Turpie, of Indiana, raited a
iw and pertinent Kint in favor of the
action ol United States senators by
popolar vote in bla. aHacuitaion ol that
ltieation in tbo aenale. tsecanee or the
ailnre of the legislatures of two atates to
elect senators, the people of those states
are deprived of their constitutional right
to adequate representation in ono branch
of congress. The responsibility for this
fact rests on the legislatures of these
states, l be voters who chose the leais
lators didn't and couldn't kuow that
tbey would fail to perform their duty.
and consequently the iwoplo are made to
sutler because ot a dereliction for which
they were not to blame.
If the senators were elected by a direct
vote of the people, such a condition
could not arise. Each party could put a
candidate in the field as tbey do for gov
ernor, and other state ofhees, and one or
the other would be elected, either by
majority or plurality. It would proba
bly make no diUercnce in the political
complexion of the aeuate, but in all
probability it would make a very mate
rial difference iu the moral and mental
character of that body. The parties
would be compelled to nominate tit and
deserving men in every state in which
iuo margin Deiween tuo two parties is
narrow, and thus the country would se
cure the benetit of a hlchor senatorial
standard.
What Senator Turpie suid of the iullu-
euce of various kinds in the election of
senators under the present system has
been said before, but it can't be repeated
too frriiueutly or with loo much empha
sis, lucre uave been senators chosen
within the Past docade and they have
sat and voted in the upper house of con
gress iv ho were nothing more or lees
than attorneys on the floor for the cor
poration that bought their elections.
Such tueu do not represent the people.
They have no interest iu common with
the constituency they misrepresent.
Under the system of olectiou by direct
yote they could never have been elected
robably wouln t have had the temerity
lo ask an election. That is a Buthcient
reason why the existing method should
be abolished.
Presidential Nominations.
Wamiioiiin. April 1. The president
today tout the following nominations to
the senate:
Statu Andrew V. White of New York,
ambassador extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary to tiermanv; William F,
Draper, of MrtSflachusetts, ambassador
extraordinary and miuister pleuiHten
tiary to Itsly ; Chandler Hale of Maine,
secretary of tho embassy at Rome,
Italy; Samuel L, Uracy, counsul at Eu
Chai, China.
Iuterlor Ooojamln Uutterwoith of
Iowa, commissioner of patents.
Treasury Oliver L. Spatilding ot
Michigan, Hssistant sotrretnry of the
treasury ; William it. Howell of New
Jersey, assistant secretary of the treas
ury. War Captain Robert Craig, of the
signal corps, to bo major.
Conoidoriug that the Almighty made
man in his own image and likeness, it is
astonishing how little respect eoplu
have for their bodies. They neglect,
torture and abuse them, they indulge in
exercine that would make a dumb brute
blush, they do not eveu keep thoee beau
tiful bodies clean. Desecrating the body
by abusing it, by neglecting to cleanse
it and by letting it go to rack and ruin is
a flagrant iuuult tu the Almighty. Val
ley Kecord.
The Coquille river is cutting away the
Band behiud the south jetty at Handon,
and will iu time, if let alone, cut a chan
nel clear through to the ocoau, leaving
the breakwater itt the liver, says a cur
respoudeut of ft Coquille City paper.
NEWS NOTES.
Murderer Rutler has been decried
Australia.
to
Nebraska had a blioard as n visitor on
the nrst of April.
Over 10,000 peoplo are rendered home
Iocs by the floods in tho Mirsilppl.
Hundredsof people are rendered home
less as the result of the tornado In Okie
horns.
nprlng wheat around Tekoa, Wash,, Ii
in excellent condition, but farmers have
to pay 12 a ton for bay.
Alfred nulls, a, Pacific Coast pioneer,
aiei at urownsvine, Wednesday, aged
aooui in years, oi paraiyaia.
Jaiiics Douglass of Linden, Cat., shot
bia divorced wife because he believed
her to be intimate with other men.
Rivera, the Cuban leader captured by
the Spaniards, haa been ordered by
vteyier courimaruaieu and executed.
The tributaries of the Missouri and
MieiMippi in the Dakota and Minne
sola, are now causing trouble by over
flowing their banks.
Reuben Glaze, a citizen if I'olk county
for 50 years, died at his home near Dallas
on Monday last at the sk of 70 He
was a pioneer of 1847.
Ai cerding to the report of the secre
tary of agriculture, to be issued this
week, the world's wheat yield for lSlHl
was 2,4:H,3ii3X00 boshelf, 118.000,000
nnsneis less llian tlie crop ol W:,
The sultan of Morocco has prohibited
the usual pilgrimage of his subject to
Mecca, on account of the prevalence of
filague iu Ihe districts through which
hey must travel on their journey to the
shrine.
The most valuable spots on the face of
the earth aro believed to be the four
comers where Wall atreet toocbes Broad.
Not long ago l,5oo,00tj was paid for five
lots on Ilroadwav, opposite Howling
lireen.
A reeourceful firm on Yauuina bav haa
built a floating restaurant, so that it may
be possible for boating parties during:
the summer to combine sentiment end
substance. In ttuth this should DM a
long felt want.
A San Jose brick company haa been
awarded the contract to furnish 3.000.-
000 bricks to lie used in the construction
of the Spreckels sugar refinery at Sas
linas, Cal., which is to be the larget
institution of its kind in the world:
The piopoeal to eetablieh the state of
Manhattan, including within its bound
aries the territory now included in the
Greater New York, is now before the
legislature. Assemblyman Trainor last
week introduced two bills w ith that end
in view.
Among the ancestors ot Dr. Naoeen
was a tlans Hansen, born In ioi'8. who
explored the White aea, spent many
yeara in the Iceland trade and wrote a
geography which describes Arctic route so
well that a copy of the book waa in use
as (ate. ae 1841. . -
We import Dearly 6OO.Ofl0.00f)riHKinda
of sugar irom Hawaii aunnaily. The
duty on sugar in the Dingley bill is about
cents per pound. Here is a chance
to get 7,500,000 revenue that now goes
into the pockets of the San Francisco-
Hawaiian truat.
Major Baldwin, agent for the Kiowa
and Comanche Indians, with a number
of wealthy men from the East, will
build a 175,000 industrial school for the
Indians at the 'foot of Mount Scott, on
the Wichita mountains. The Indians
ill contribute f,000 additional.
A Chicago girl while riding a bicycle
took "a header" and wes rendered un-
conuacua. bue was picked up by a
young doctor, and the acquainsauce that
followed ripened into love and he mar
ried her. This will encourage many a
young girl to ride at a "break-neck
pace ' this season.
At a meeting ot the faculty of the
Union Theological seminary, held a few
ays ago in -ew lura, me eecona place
n tlie graduating class of 17J7 was
awarded to Miss Emilia Grace Briggs,
the daughter of Professor Charles Brigga.
She is the first woman who haa ever
graduated from a Presbyterian semin
ary. Nick Taitinger, ol Adams, will experi
ment with sugar beets this season. He
has had some experience in their culti
VHtion. Ilia futber iu Franca ia a lame
grower ot sugar beets, and Mr. Taitinger
worked under his lather a direction for
several years bet'ore he came to America.
He considers there are ' several thousand
acres of laud ou the reservation especi
ally adapted to the culture of sugar
beets. East Oregoniau.
The president cannot appoint all the
sons of his predecessors to ollice, but he
will send Colonel f red Grant back to his
old poet at Vienna. A Washington dis
patch says this practically decided upon.
Colonel Grant waa minister to Austria
uring the Harrison administration and
served with great credit. He and Mrs.
Grant were very popular socially, and a
return will be cordially welcomed. It Is
ot probable that any other of the sons
of presidents will be given ollice.
A "Tariff for Revenue Only."
At the close of January the Gorman
Wilson "tarilf for revenue only" of the
democratic party has been iu operation
for 2.) mouths. How it 0erated in sup
plying "revenue only" can be seen from
the following summary :
Kxni'iiili.
1K1M. Roci'li'tn. lurei.
Di'lU'll.
S7,ul,79l
1J...7 l,!X
y.miViw
,UJS
a.,utl,i:.!
.VV.MtM
j.lVi.'.fttt
Kciiii'mbcr ..l-'-'.il, fciO.il&i.ui'.i,
Oclutwr J'.i.MVlO :U,71;i,o.
November... r.',tll,N 'JS,477,lMi.
Docouilicr ... 'JI.N-i.livo '."i.l.la.li.l.
lhllii Jll7,lH7,t'iM 8..J.1 U,l 1
IK'.m ill,Mi,tX9 aci.wi.syi.
1K'.I7
miliary '.'i,:iiu,wi .v,-du,:jnu.
Total L-.i months' deficit tin-
iter a '-larm lor itev-
I a.'.. .Y . . ,
etiuo Only".
, . . l,-,0,l)0li,M4
Economist.
Sow In the Fall.
The farmers are somewhat alarmed' ou
account of tho continued rain aud snow,
thus preventing tho sowing of spring
grain. Many of thoiii bavo from 00 lo
loo acres already plowed aud ready to be
rown but the weather will not eruiit.
As a general rule grain sowu alter the
Kith of April is uot worth harvesting,
but we think many will sow this year
after that date aud trust that the rains
will conliuiio lata and thus reward tbeui
for their iuduiitry. The surest crop is
fall grain aud our farmers generally real
ise thiu aud aro now nig more at this sea
sou yearly. Guard,
Terror of the Flood.
Mkmi-iiih, Tenn,, April 1. A heavy
rainfall, accompanied by a strong gale
from the west, Is adding to the terror of
Ihe flood situation. One hundred and
fifty miles below Memphis, In Ihe Mlseis
ippi delta, there are four breaks, sod
each is letting in a stream as large as
the Ohio river at Cincinnati, or the Hod'
eon at Albany, and this Iremwrvlnna ont
flow bag ceased fall of only cue-tenth
of an inch at Vicksborg, Immediately be
low the last break, The rafn and wind
will cause more breaks. The river is
now like an inland sea, and yesterday
afternoon ft telegram from a point below
Uosedale, Miss., announced that the
waves were pounding against the levee
and that at frequent intervals the water
tore itself loose from the main channel
and dashed over the embankment.
Tbis being true, . there will be, in all
probability, more crevasse bsfore morn
ing. All the forces of nature are against the
people. The rainfall increases, and the
wind infeniiilea the danger. On the
Arkansss side the levee from Helet.a to
Arkansas City la as fall of men aa the
inner wall of ft besieged fortification.
mere la a break at Wettover. which
occurred at an early hour yesterday
morning. A ihousaad men were at
work on the leyees when the crash
came. For ft moment ft thin thread of
water began . to trickle from the inner
wall of the embankment. Exnerienced
levee men saw the dancer and cried out
a word of warning, and the laborers
rushed back, but in five minutes a gap u0
feet wide and six feet deep was tern in
tho wall of earth. The braak grew until
it is now several hundred feet wide.
This crevasse ia 10 miles below Helens,
and the water rnabiog through it will
destroy a dozen splendid plantations,
and may back op to Helena.
ibe Laconia circle connlrv. a few
miles below Westovtr. is under water.
This circle is surrounded by a levee.
The levee In the rear wall went to Pieces
at a late hour on Monday, and the water
rusDed in and spread ittell over and
acre some ol the most fertile land in
Arkansas, cut up into plantations and
giving support to no lees than 5000
people.
Sheep and the Tariff.
itiougu we Uave now scarcely more
sheep than ae had 30 years ago, the
fleeces are better. There has been much
improvement both in quality and weiabt.
and we get now '7o,UU0,u0O pounds of
wool from about tbe same number of
ebesp that yielded 103,000,000 pounds in
18o7. There can be no doubt that with
a steady duty Ibe number of sheep and
the product of wool will greatly increare.
The protective duty will be of material
advantage to Oregon, whose number of
sheep is nearly equal to tne number in
Texas the state that has most. The
thing meet to be regretted is the cer
tainty tbat tne importers will bring in a
great stock of wool, free of duty, in an
ticipation of the passage of tbe new
tariff act, and prevent our wool growers
from getting tbe advantage of tbe ad'
vance for one and perbape for two years
A good example of character is shown
by the following conversation :
"So you want ft situation ?" remarked
a business man.
"Yes, sir," replied the applicant.
"H-m-m do you ever go Cubing?"
"Occasionally."
"When wers you fishing last?"
"Day before yeettrday."
"Did you catch anythirg?"
"No, not a thing."
"Well, sir, you may come to work
next Monday, if yon like, and if you con
tinue telling the truth like that you may
be a partner in this firm one of these
days. 'Honesty is always tbe lest pol
icy.' "
House rent stands at a pretty good fig
ure in London. John Hay, our new am
bassador, pays $2,000 a month. His sal
ary is $17,500 a vear. Lucky for him
that he married a rich wife.
To the Kootenai Mining Country.
The O. R. & N. is the shortest line
aud makes the quickest time. Trains
leave Portlaud daily at 0:30 p. m. Bag
gage checked through to destination.
Tickets on esle to all mining camps.
V. C. London, Agent,
Rueeburg, Oregon.
' Thousands of
worn en go
down to death
every year
througn their
own ignorance
and neglect.
Rverv woman
should know
something of
the physiology
of her woman
ly self. Every
woman should
appreciate the importance of the health
and strength of the delicate organs
that coavtitute her womanhood. The
woman who neglects her health in this
respect is sure to be a continual sufferer
ana is in constant danger of an early
grave. To such a woman wifehood is a
torture and motherhood a menace.
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription acta di
rectly and only on the organs that make
wifehood and motherhood possible. It in
vigorates them and makes them healthy.
It prepares a woman for an almost pang
less maternity. It does away with
the dangers of motherhood. It insures
the health of the newcomer in the family.
Over 90,000 women have testified to its
wonderful virtures. All good druggists
sell it. There is nothing,'7 just as good."
" If It had no! been for your medicine aud your
advice," writra Mr. I. P. Thomaa. of Antoinr,
Pike Co., Arka., " I would no doubt be la my
grave or in au inaane aavluin. Fourteen year
ago, when my areond child wa horn, I came vary
near loaiug my mind. My head would hurt ao
bad I could hardly live. I could not lie down and
raiac up without great pein. My life waa a nua
erytome. liod alone kuowa what I aunered. I
had loot all hope of being cured, but I took your
' Favorite Freacriplion ' according to direrliona.
1 uaed one bottle of the 'Pleaaant Pellets.'
two of tha ' ('.olden Medical PiacOvery,' and ail
of ' Favorite 1'ieacriptiou.' In a little over one
rear after I began your medicine I gave birth to
wina. riince I hen I have a boy baby tea oioutha
old. He weighed eleven pound at hla birth. 1
have been better In health ainc the birth of thee
children than I had been for yeara before. Before
uiing your medicine my weight waa about one
hundred and thirty-five pouud, and now I weigh
one hundred and alaty-nvc.''
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant pellets ar a safe,
sure; swift and permanent cure for conatl
cation. Tbey never gripe. Ouaiaageutl
laxative, and twe a mild cathartic. Drug,
(lit sell tktni.
A. SAL2MAN,
(Sacceaeor to J. JA8ECLIC.)
Practical : Watch aakcr, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
..DIALB I If .........
WATCIIEU, CLOCK, JEWELRY. AND FANCY UOODrt.
ft -. mm. ftpeialaaltyr.
Cwo.iiiliitt ISruseilinn Eye IaisirM him! MjM;tnle
A COMFLITB gTOCK OF
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigar and Smoker' Articles.
AIho Proprietor and Manager of Kowburg's Famon Hargalu Store.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN
SM M FACT GRflfflo O PROVISIO
FINE TEAS MD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
AIM) A
TOBACCO
OIVE fS A TRIAL.
I HF.K DliLlVKRV..
MOUNTAIN VIEW
P
oultry and
fJI,KVKIjift.ni.
Having just engaged in the-business, would say:
I have spared no time or niouev to purchase the rertt
best for my breeding stock.
Silver Laced Wyandottes, Silver Spangled Hauiburgs,
Barred Plymouth Rocks, Single Comb Brown Leg
Golden Polish, horn.
eccs. $100 PGR 13.
Poland China Hogs, Angora Goats.
Give me a trial. Correspondence solicited.
Addrca:
Cleveland, Oregon.
L. A.
WYLIE PILKINCTON,
8ucceaor to
General Blacksmithing
ANTJU MOABSBiMOBftilaTCI.
rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REPAIRING OF A Li. KIKD8 PROMPTLY DONE.
Shopman Corner Washlaglea
Huy your cimi from Edcnbowcr Poultry Yards
cm Oregon. Kinta you buy of me are from my
and health
my own raising with stock from Hi best yards in
o luurcoiiuK in my varus, n un
qk with stock from Hi beat Tanla in
lie Liou a ouarc 01 Honors at tue aouincru Urcson
U'Cliortu vionjuil ou breeding1 nen. also two sncclalaon Cockerel and I'lilli-ta aa Ix'tim tha heaL
ou exhibition. Order proiiititly filled at Kruao
lor particulars. Scud damp for reply.
A.C.flAR5TER5&Co.
1 V , .rOr4li
a
Wall UParpcr-
A Choice.Collectiori, atjl'rites that Sell.
LIME PLASTER AMD CEMENT.
A FULL LIME OF WINDOW GLASS
ALL, ORDERS PROMPTLY HLLEO,
ALL KINDS OF
FCLL LIN I OK
& CIGARS.
One Door Huutli of I'. O.
ROSEBIRU, OHCIiON,
Stock Farm,
MARSTERS, Proprietor.
O. W. KOAH.)
and Kane Stat., Roaebarft-.
Jf LT Aft, ii LA.
BREEDER OF
FINE POULTRY,
S. C. Brown Leghorn,
Barred Plymouth Rock,
Black Langshan,
S. S. Hamburg,
Black Minorcas,
B. B. Red Game
ECCS, $1.00 PER 13.
and av money. The largcat breeder lu routh-
beat birde and prize winuem; uro, atout, vigorous
th great eienae I have matol moat of my hens of
great eienae 1 nav maimi moat in my neus 01
California. Ohio ami Illinois. Mv birds uorj
California, Ohio and Illinois.
Uialrlcl lair. At Oregou Htatu Fair, rlmwu
ehambrook a liroverr more, or addrusa aa alioia
K. A. KRI'BIC, Manager,
it