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WKDNI'NDAY, OCTOHEK -, 1H01.
VAOUKNBSS OF A.NTI-ANARCHY.
A vnlnninous stream of words low
tnrnuKli tiie rninmns ol the priBM Iron
the prtiH ol writers offer in Men h
tun suppression of auitrrliv ot.
observed by the Kait regno iaa MMW
alter the assassination of President
MeKitilay, not one practical srl le
hait been proposed whereby the detent
able school of civil iconoclasts are (
bfl eradicated. Tliroiiutiont the mini
berloas articles run a streak nf heal tin
opposition to the anarchists, hut t
express opposition in not beyond tin
power of the moat ignorant pat i rot
K.ln.ated men ami women of affaire
who I'oniuine ho mucli white ;,an-i
ami printer's ink siiouhl do mor
than tin- I liev should offer a solu
OlM (ieneral T. J Thorpe ol tin-
linxade of the First New York Dm
gOOM, is now out with a circular let
ter lieadeil "Suggestion for Legal Sii
ireesioii of Anarchy, " in which lie
succeeds in voicing a well defined It--nun
: (or the suppression of anarchy,
yet offers no suggestions looking la
wards a aolution of the problem. A
company of school boys could do an
much aa he has dono, in meeting ami
deciding that anarchy should be sup
pressed, and resolving that the govern
"tent should define anarchy and ni
hilism as treasonable crimes, without
offering a definition consistent witl
tie' principles underlying our govern
meiit. It ia a case similar to a npftia
Utile cook Who iniKht ilei'lile that 11
man is hungry, reaolve that bin hun
ger should be appeased, and yet make
no effort to cook him a meal. Any on
can eaaily write resolutions regarding
nunger, but only a cook can supply
that with which the hunger mav le
And so with all of the suggestion-!
emanating from men of OfdtMfJ
niiiiiW. It requires a statesman of very
large calibre to handle this lug .pie
tion. Others must akirt about the
edges of it without getting even lieyond
HANOI LEASING LAW IS OKAU.
Kor the present, the proposed law
for the leasing of public ranges in
dead. It has bean killed hy adverse
comment almost general throughout
the entire west affected by its provi
sions. The law never reached a com
mittee room in tiie national house or
senate. Yet, it ia juat aa dead as
though it had been duly consider-!)
and defeated by regularly recorded
vote of one of the houaea in congress.
(Sentiment againtt the propoaed law
appaara to arise in all sections, and is
run tlned to no one class. Large am)
small cattle and sheep owners, exten
sive land holders ami thoee having les
ser tracts, buyers and sellers 01 live
stock, bankers and politicians, town
men and countrymen, all seem in have
united in a protest that leaves no donhi
aa to the present (ate of the measure.
Wiul. the objections are obvious,
yet it ia to be deolored that the only
attempt to solve the perplexing pmh-
leui has tailed. Nmiething must he
done to prevent recurrence of tin
troublea between those who use the
range. The west can ill afford longer
to deserve its present reputation for
violence and lawleaaneas resulting from
conflict between the breeders of si
and cattle. There must be peace, and
recognition of others' rights, and at
this time such is not the rule.
1 1 the leasing law he reasonably oh
jectiouable, why do not thoae oppos
ing it offer some substitute.' Thus f.u
there has teen nothing but negation
on their part. They have killed the
lea.iug bill, but tbey have provided uo
other uieaua of eradicating difficulty
and obviating bloodshed
THE BATTLE OF CUNKKTTI
The battle of confetti rages through
out all this country. People are pelt
lug each other with bits of colored pa
per, sprinkling clothing and hats and
sometimes tilling the eyes to the tem
porary rage of the hapless victim. A
trivial thing, apparently, yet it posses
ses real value and perhaps fully as
valid excuse (or its occurrence as do
many of the famous battles that lend
romance to the story told us by the
world' his tor v
There is a distant good coming from
theap occasions when the people aaeem
hie and indulge in relaxation of nerve
and rest of mind. Then, too, some
heaith(ul discipline is received, for
one cannot join a merry con let 1 1 party
without (or the nonce laying aside pet
tlahueaa and being good humored.
i And this is what some people never do
I at other times.
Hv all mean- let the battle of rjOBja
j letti rage en, and excoriated be he
who iiri crie- atop. He would stop a
custom now becoming Americanized
from Europe and which will do much
to make ci- a- .1 pioplc better natured
and wet ter spirited.
LIFK UK OAIL HAMILTON.
(iail Hamilton was one of the uril
liant women of her generation. Her
childhood home was in the little vil
lage of Hamilton, Mass. Her real
name, which she stwcially disliked,
was Mary Abigail Hodge. As a girl
he was precocioua, vivacious and
deeply religious. She hegan to teach
at the age of is in the then famous
Ipswich Ladies Seminary. She early
hegan to write for such newspaper aj
Bailey' National Kra, Washington,
the paper whl.'li first published Mr
Stnwc's "I'ncle Tom's Cabin." and
the Independent and for the Atlantic.
She published in all nvi twenty
hooks. She p. in many years in Wash
ington, chletly ii. tin home ol James
i. Itlaine. where -he became one of
the most brilliant and forceful person
alities in the social ami political life
of lie- national capital.
She had a i uri us mixtiir. ol femi
nine and tn.isi tilnic mutinies, i'reai-
ieiits, diplomats ami the foremost
dalesmen were fascinated bv her au
dacity, her intelligence, her wit, her
spasms of aenae, ' ' her irresistible
She a- f oik I ot flatten . No adula
tion or praise to her face could exceed
her eager anpreci.it ion, provided only
It was tactfullv ami cleverly phrased.
In repeating clever compliment.- paid
her she a- frankness itself. To cull
this a "feminine vanity" would he
offensive; for have not men, in their
way, a much vanity aa women? lint
at any rah' .ti llamiltcii was no
triller. There pervaded all her life a
train of profound earnestness of con
viction and of purpose. She was an
enthusiast for goisl people and lor all
g , an-. I, r -i . ..i., .in. I "sens
ed" si . acutely the follies and menu-
- -ten, . (I,, sin v ntitUseiieas and
stupidities of even very good people,
that she could not resist the impulse
tn shake ti in up with her wit and
sarca-in, or c. .11 tumid them with her
troll epigrams ami figure- of speech.
Hut as lor tiiese twn volumes, with
their almost 1100 pages of letters.
hich an older sister had thrown to
gether with bat the Idasi degree of ed
iting -was it wortii while? or was it
kindness to the not always brilliant
.inai. And vet as a whole the hook
is great I. interesting. Many of her
ii.ir.ii teriitatmii . ol eminent
wnuicii illuminate at many
minis the historic In, of the times.
In niie of her letters she gave a gum
inipressioni-i in.'ture ol herself:
" ih Hear Judge; Via- I cross when
wrote my last letter? 1 am afraid
so. well, l liao a reasi.n Inr it. Iliat
onejthing remarkable about me. I
am never disagreeable without some
od reason, whereas you and the rest
it the world will slitter . nrsell tn lose
air tine polaa 161 whim. Hut that
ty something had happened tn me.
thought I was Ihreateoad with a loss
I irieudsblp, regard, resmvt. and so
look a sudden scorn of mends, and
put on perhau high-heeled IhsiIs ami
went mi a r.inmage. I an ...i in-tlnl
and ill-lempereil arnund home. I hope
Vnii won't g.. caterwauling over the
house as 1 do in letters. 1 am nm
prevish and failltlindiiig and horrid,
Mil 1 am storm not a northeast rain
stormy or snow -sipi.il L , but a magnetic
storm, you know, that raves and rages
through sunshine and clear skies, ami
gives no sign except to the electricians.
I'nfortuuately, you are an electrician,
because you don't live with me. I
can't lie cross to people that are right
liefore my face and eyes, so I have to
discharge my. thunders electrical
She gives this snap-shot of Natha
"lie is a glorious man, a very ideal
man iu bis personal appearance, with
an infinite forehead, his gray, dry,
long hair thrown back from it in all
directions, deep lamps ol eyes glowing
out from under their heavy arches,
black eyebrows and mustache, a florid,
healthy lace a pure, sensitive, re-
ticent, individual man, whom ft is
enough to have seen, tn have looked
at, to have been in the same house
with. He talks little, hut be talks
extremely well. "
01 Maria Mitchell of Vaasar College
she wrote :
"Maria Mitchell, the astronomer,
was there, about ."SI or so, iron grav
hair In curls, dark and rather mascu
line complexion, line eves, peculiar
mouth, i . her full lips, talks rapidly
and a little recklessly like inn sailcv
and witty, and tunny and entir.u
original ami very natural and liVM
vou a idea of st rength not i n the lertt
semiiinryish, or teacherish, or ttni
ladyish, or pedantic."
(If Whittier she was evidently
fond, as fie was of her:
"Isn't Whitiler irresistible.'
the Merrimac peerless? Don't
about the Arno and the Khine
they're no better than the .Merrimac,
snd I don't believe there are any such
rivers, either. Isn't Whittier even
sweet? Isn't their Charles and Mary
Limbness a Mrpetual poem .'
"I went to Ameahury, to Wbittier's.
They did not know I was coming. 1
rang the bid I, was shown into the sitting-room
where Miss Whittier aat
reading facing the door, and be writ
ing, back, ditto. He jiimppd up ami
MOM to me with isith hands extended.
"Why, if is (iail Hamilton," and then
we all three walked into I'aradise.
shut the gate ami threw away the key.
Miss W. is n modest, large-eyed, but
not beautilul woman, gentle, timid
rather, but opening to acpiaintaii. e -not
well, lull of tastes and sympathies
ami sense, no silliness heart not very
demonstrative, nor very the contrary".
He is the king of men, and what ia the
good of taikmg?"
Despite the (act that Hie hook is
twice too large and not half edited, it
i- a iitscinaitug book, which one can
not easily let alone, bill must keep at
hand to dip into again and again
prat I v because she i- apt to be so in
teresting herself, and partly liecause
the personages she conies in contact
with are Inr various reasons so worth
I'eople are often unite too uncon-
scinu-dv slow tn -ee a i unit - a ..int
Ol truth or duty or opportunity. When
a person mines along with a "spasm
of sense" and on the instant compels
attention, it is an essential kindness
tn be grateful for what is done, (iail
Hamilton's services to American
thought and life in this way were of
ten of signal value.
ICckma, hrm, rsoRiasis, f,Air Rin-:rM. ACMfi and a great man other
diseases of like character are claaaed as skin diseases, when they could just aa
properly be called blood diseases, for they undoubtedly originate in the hloou, ne
Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagion Blood 1 'oison etc. ; the on ly
real differrner. hsitm in ).. ii.ipn.iiv ami nature of the tvivoti. The more serious
Ata ...... ...v. ... t i u noison or virus, whicn
i i - i ' i. v .ii.iiiii, .11., Hie i.iii in ii. . i .ill. i . .
.-ro n iniii'. r . -. 4
is either inherited or iu other wavs eets into the blood and attacks certain vital
Cancer, Catarrh, etc., arc
vs ir"ls iniu i"e i . .. . .
ors-ans or nnnear in the form nf terrible sores and ill. rs. while Itie muaer sou
leas dangerniis akin llliaaata ini .msed bv blood humors or an over acid condition
of that fluid. These a. id poisons, as thevcsireout through the pores of the skin,
cause frn-at Irritation. With intense itching and burning. The eruption mav be ol
a MUtuhu kind, with ex, essive discharge of thick, gumtnv fluid, or the skin may
be hot, drv and feverish, swollen and fissured. Skin diseases, whether they appear
as sores, moicnrn ui ti,uin
I can nhetfrfully and moat alnceraljr endorse
your spscinc as a cure for Bcssma, tho most
lrrltattiiK and annovinir dlseasa. I think, that
fleah is heir to. I was troubled with it for
twenty-five years, and tried many remdls
with no a-ood effert. After uslno- your medicine
a ahort time 1 think I am entirely relieved.
Teu can nvi thia atatement any publicity you
may desire, aa it is voluntarily made, more for
thoae afflicted than notoriety for myaelf.
318 West Central. Wichita, Kans.
become more deeply rootea
and intractable the lenger
neglected, the akin in time
n thick. Hard, rough
and unsightly appearance.
You can hide the blemishes
for a time with cosmetics;
ami washes, lotions, soaps
and powders may relieve
temporarily the itching and
burning, hut eventually the
pores of the skin become ao
clogged up by this treatment that the poisonous matter llitown off by the blood
can: ot p.is-. nut of the system, and settles on the lungs, hent or some other vital
organ and rin!ani'crs life.
To puritv and build up the polluted blood is the right treatment for skin
diaear.es, and for this purpose no other medicine ia ao deservedly popular as S. S. S.
It is a ptrftCt antidote for all bkmd humors, and when t.ikrn Into the circulation,
irentlv but thoroughly eliminate! all impurities and nuts the blood in a healthy,
normal stab-. The .-kin c.in't rem. .in in an irritated ili.caaetl I ondition when
DO iriahed With rich, new blood. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable
remedv, and the sale-' at- 1 I- I ,!:in beautifler. Write our phv iciana if you have
any blood ot akin disease, and thev will cheerfully advise JTOU without charge.
THi: SWIFT SPHCIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. OA.
Under New .Tana?em?nt
liar hi t'.llllari iloornt.
The Kent Note
Van bran Bros., Proi)9
GI?p U. a Mil,
Rates $2.00 a d.r
Special Rates by
Ween or montl
h 'quarters for Traveling Met
In r:atern Oregon.
Suctcssu. to '. ' Wu nr
Asaisted hy Cuticura Ointment, the
(ircat Skin Cure, for preserving,
purif ylnjc, and beautifying the skin,
for cleansinK the scalp of criiatU,
acales, and dandruff, and the stop
ping of falling hair, for softening,
whitening, and soothing red, rough,
and sore hands, for baby rashes,
itchings, and dialings, and for all
the purpn .es of the toilet, bath, and
nursery. Milliona of Women use
CUTICUKA .SOAP In the form of
baths for annoying inflammations
and irritation-, or too tree or of Ion -aive
perspirations, in the form of
washes for ulcerative weaknesses,
and for many sanative, antiseptic
purposes which readily suggest
themselves to women, especially
mothers. No amount of persuasion
can induce those who have once
used these great skin purifiers and
beautifiers to uae"any othera.
CUTICUkA SOAP combines in ON I
SOAPatONI: PRICE, the llHSTskln
and complexion soap, the HliS'l toi
let and baby soap in the world.
Cumplclr Treatment lor rn humor.
CuTlceRA Koac, to cleanse the skin of crusts
ami maii-H ami soften the taieksastl ontlokl.
CUTtei u iiisTMRsr, to Insunitly allay itch
ii.l lultauiuuiliou, anil irrualiun.'sinl isKitlie
ami lu-al, anil I i 'Tiei'UA KusiLVKM , In cuvl
Hili I i ll-AlUMl the IiUmnI.
SuM l.rou(huul llii- world. Unual. IMocSl t Nsw
( Vii'.s. - l ..uurhouc B'i., Iabuuu. lurTSa
1iuu abu mm. i oaf , koin lip . lkkui, V. S.A.
Best stock on
Telephone connection at ranch.
ol Kock or IVndloton.
The Place to Buy : : : :
Ih where von can get quick
and cheap prices. Put in
your order for header beds
water tanks and feed racka.
Rest line of
ing papor, Tit
paper, Lime aiul
Screen Doors &
A Doom, Terra
( 'otta ripe.
Pendleton Planing Mill and
R, F0RSTER, - Proprietor.
HALKHMKN, '!' SKI. I. BUUUUL I.IHUA-
rioii snil hioiiiI i's in si'lisul I...K r.ta. Liuersl
pnilKi.illiiii. fliilon Hi liiHii I .1 1 ii i -ii i iik Co.,
a. m. ; I to f
J)K. W. O. COl.K OKKIl'K
null.liiis DtBi-i- hnnr. 10 to 1
p m 1 elcpnune 77
K. W. VINCKNT. M. I). OKKICK KKAR
of first Natlnr.al 8snk Offlcc hours tu to U
a. m.i l to J p. m.
I I'li'ptlllUH II,
is ba.-1-d on the principle,
"Destroy tin- . 1 1 . you
rtnove ihn affect. ''
Ilcrijjcidu kill.s the
irerius that taiuo dan
drull'hy . 1 1 t; 1 1 r: up
scalp u-i limy burrow
their paatuaiDUi way to
finally dc-troy tin- dan
Without duudruil jrour
bair will .jiu.v luxuri
MOpS il.onli nil' und lall
lltg Iniii, und stun- hair
ruwina within in days,
One bottle will convince
mi ot tlih.
t-ur bisic at all Hrst-Clas.
fill III i.'l I R IIDTKI i
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Ii I'Iitiiiisii sml Huraisiu lltSi'.' In Iml.'
Hullillna 1 el.-pli.iu.- O filet-, black 71: r-sl
lenrv. black it.
I. I.. MII.I.KK. M. Ii.. HKSI'AIN BLOUK,
trusts mi.l .orn-. t. t r.xi tl.s, cslarrlial
..n III .in- iiii.l r 1 1 . i r. I n.'.iriiin 1. 1. ,!..-
properly ftttit lor refrscttve srron
Ml. 1). J. M'KAI'L, KOOM 17. AHHOt ' 1 A
lion . ... i I .. H realilencv Urle
ptioiiv. black Ml.
OSTKOI'AIHK PHY8I0IAMS, lKH.
ksrw ik Kjre Ofllce, one block wait ot Bos
DU. LYNN K. BLAKKsT.K I-;" CHKONlij
sml nurviMi. atssasai and iiiwswwot wosasii.
(ipp HoU'l, cor Wstor suit Mmii St.., I'vuillu
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via 1 1 in. t .
Hilt Lake, iienr,.
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" City sT E5lH
la.it s. in.
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Ocean and River Schedule
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t ARTKK a KAI.KV, AT TOKNKYH AT
. Ofilce lu Sviii, Bank BulldlU(.
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T.Q.HAILKY, LAWYKK. OKKICK IN
Jmlil Bull. lin, Peii.llulon ort-aou
N. IIKUKKLKY, ATTOKN KY AT LAW
Ofilce In Association Block
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at law Mr Mtilluiaii lias 0B i linltluil to
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I: ale I M Asaus'lallon block
BANKS AND UHUKKHS.
r. r AMHI.KV,awnl, H4tate
Kor Clii.-ui, St. I'aul, hi. Loukruii
sas City, Ht. Jo,-, Ouuluv, ati-l
All Points liast and South
Murtland anil polnti
on the Sound
TIME tlARU, HKf'TKMBIR 1.
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Ileum pm spokan i u:.i , wnre
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nin.lsiioii - call i t lrasa
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NN ilia ilia, Walk.
no :)sfv ; i.
Kl4W3tly Furaislied Steam Heated
Majajjj and a Half Iron ileput.
Sample Kuum in cunnectiua.
50c, 75c. 51.00
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts
Slaaiu beat Klecirlc Lights.
A OMrloaa Clan. rate. II. J i la i .10 a day
Kuropeau plsu, 50c, Mo, I1.U0
opvclal rale, by weak or month
Fra Bus Heota all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Fine Sample Rooms
Special Attention Uiven to
CONRAD KOHLER PROF
Help or Situation
C F.Cook's Employment Agency
Corner Main ami Alia iStroot.
I'KNDLKTON . . OK KG ON
Wlum you drink
friiarinttad not n
OUlti lioaiiucliy or
Ask for it.
Schultz Brewing Co.
ST OR AGE.
CROWNER & SON.
I tl hl'HUM MAIM 4.
Qfegon Lumber Yard
For barns ami dwoliiiiKs
Ctieaptir than tin.
Lime and Ccmeut,
Hi ick aud .land,
Screen Dour.s a. Windows
Sash aud Doors,
Terra Cotta Pipe.
Borie & Light, Prop'j
AlU St., opp. Court Honae.
At lowest rat;s
J. R. DICKSON,
Kaat Ureg onUn Building,
1-AKMKKH HANK OK WKSlilN
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MPllal, luo uuu. plan, Oj,u., IUofo,i -1
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