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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1890)
BIl. C. II. DUCKETT,
ID EMM T I ST.
U i Pica: Between G. T. Cotton and
Peterson & Wallace.
X.E.BAKOH, - - ORKGOST.
J. K. WEATHERFORD,
Attorney - at - Law.
Office over First National Bank,
ALBANY, - - OREGON.
J. M. KEENE, D. D. S.
Office: Breyman Bros., Building,
SALE M, OREGON.
t?"Hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
W. R. BIL,YEU,
ATTO RN EY-AT-LAW,
il L McGLRUE,
(Successor to C H. Harmon )
arkr : and : Hairdresser,
HAVING. HAIR CUTTING AND
Vrf Shampooing iu the latest and best
Style. (.ecial attention paid to dressing
Lawns' hair. Your patronage respect
53. S. PIIiliSBORY,
& - - 'jzL- V
ED. KELLEBERGER, Propr
Trtsh Sc Salted Beef, Pork, 'Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, and Ham.
Baeoo ard Card Uuays or) f.ao4
Main Street, Lebanon, Or.
STOP AND READ!
Smooth Shave and Nice
Shampooing and Spanish Lus
ter Cures the Scalp of
HOT AND COLD.BATHS
Gentlemen land Ladies may Indulge in the
Next Door to Peterson fc Wallace's Real Estate
I. R. BORUM, Prop'r.
LEABAXON - - - OREGON.
Tfanyftr gays fie Tins t1i W. r Donnas
Shoes wtikout nsim and price lUmiil
tiie bottom, pot him down a a Itaai.
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Best in tfce world. Cxamine
?.M (iKNTINK HASD-SKfl KD SHOE.
4,00 HANOJiLWKU WM,T SHOK.
l'OMCE AND F4RMEKS KHOE,
'2.50 FVTKA VAI.I'K AW MiOfc.
a.a5 WOKKINGMAN'S SHOK.
teii.tK) and tl.?5 hll 3' SCHOOL SHOES.
AU iiiade ia &oDfrrea, Iiutuu and Ljwc
17. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE lafdTes.
liest Material. Best Stylo. Beat Fitting;.
it nut snid bv -pour dealer, write
W. I"IO0GLAS. BROCKTON, MASft
Examine W. L. Doug-las $2 Shoe
or Gentlemen and Ladies."
fur Hate by C. C. UACKLE3IA.1T.
Mir" ?ii 4 - yii
I ',fit ar-': '-f?' ' ' f
t ' 'r
MUCH THE NEWEST,
NOBBIEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF
In the County, is now to be
you want to
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY.
Mr. E. A. Scheffler, is an expert, arid has charge of thia de
partment. Wo guarantee satisfaction.
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES
PAINTS, OIL, GLASS
Fine Perfumery, Brushes and Combs, dears and
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. '
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
MAIN STREET - - - - - LEABANON, OREGON
E. J. M C AUSTLAND,
CIVIL' ENGINEER SURVEYOR.
Draughting and Blue Prints.
Office with Oregon Land Co., Albany.
Sewerage System and Water Supplies
a Specialty. Estates Subdivided. Maps
made or copied on short notice.
THE YAQUIIIA ROUTE.
ORE (JON PACIFIC EAILKOAD.
Oregoi MetoEisst Ccmpaiy's Steamship Line
225 Shorter, 20 Hours Less Time
Than by any other Route.
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PASSENGER
AND FREIGHT LINE
From Portland and all points in the Willamette
Valley to and from Sau Francisco, Cal.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCEDCLE, (Except Sundays.)
I.v Altiany 1:00 p. m.
Mr Corvallis 1:40 p. m.
Ar Yaqniua 5:30 p. ra.
Yaqniua 6:45 a.m.
Corvallis 10:55 a m
Albany 11:10 a.m.
O. & C trains connect at Albanj and Corvallis.
The above trains connect at Yaquina with the
Oresron Development Company's line of Steam
ships between Yaquina and San Francisco.
Steamer WTLXAMETTE VALLEY will sail:
From Yaqniua July 36th, August 6tn, August
16th, Augnst 2f;th.
From San Francisco August 1st, August nth,
August list, August Sist.
Rememrf.r the Oreeon Pacific Popolar Sum
raer Excrasioss. Low Kate Tickets are now
on tale from all S" alley Points to Yaqnina and
This company reserves the right to change sail
ing dates without notice.
Passengers from Portland and all tVillamett
valley points can make close connection with the
Tains of the Yaquina route at Albany or Corval
lis, and if destined to San Francisco should ar
range to arrive at Yaquina the evening before the
date of sailing. .
Passenger and Freight
Always the Lowest.
"For particulars apply to
C. H HASWELL,
C. C. HOOVE,
Cei l Ft Sc Pass. Agt.
Oregon Devel'pm'nt Co
304 Montgomery St.
San Francisco, Cal.
Act'g Gen. F. & I'. Agt.
O. P. K. K. K. Co.,
Leave Corvallis Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
6 a.m. Leave Albany 9:30 a. ra.
Arrive Salem, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3
Lm. Leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
y, 8 a. m.
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, Thnrsday, Saturday,
Leave Portland Monday, Wednesday," Friday
6 a. m.
Arrive Salem. Mondav, Wednesday ,Friday,7:i5
p. m. Leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
day, 6a. 01. Leave Albany, 1 30 p m.
Arrive Corvallis Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
3:30 p. m.
J. L. COWAN.
J. M. RALSTON.
Bank of Lebanon,
Transacts a General Banting Bnsiness.
ACCOUNTS KEPT SUBJECT
Exchange sold on New York San
Francisco, Portland and Albany, Oregon.
Collections made 011 favorable terms.
': DEALER IN :
Grcceries ens Provisions.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
Foreign and Domestic Tmits,
Qneensware and Glassware, Lamps and
Pays Cash for Egss.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
Seen on the Counters of
we would be glad to show
the right price.
They spread their sails and sped away.
O'er seas of dark line bluo:
And brought the best from many tan da,
My liitl one, for you.
Soft silks to wrap thy dainty limbs;
Sea corals, white and red;
Rare perfumes, strings of suinine pearls.
And down to line thy bed.
The sailor's babe has b air of gold.
That falls In silken curls:
Between his parted coral lips
Are rows of seedling pearls;
And when the fierce storm dragons blow
Their trumpet blasts of glee.
Bis mother folds him closer yet,
A-elecping on her knee.
On. hnsh thee, bush tape, baby minal
What if tbe night bs dark ?
The same eye watches lorinjly
Babe s bed and sailor's bark ;
And be who in his mighty band
Doth hold the land and sea,
Bath care for both his little ooe
The sailor's babe and thee.
OBJECTS OF EATING.
How the Body Uuia.a Its Supplies
Warmth and Strength.
We eat for warmth and strength;
hence almost ail articles of food have
both these elements; have carbon to
warm, and nitrosren to strengthen, to
give power to work. Butter, sugar and
oils are almost all carbon. Meats, flesh
of all kinds abound In nitrogen. Food
which has most nitrogon is most "nu
tritions." Butter has 63 per cent, of
carbon .nd no nitrogen: an egg has no
carbon and SO per cent, of nitrogen.
Milk contains two parts of warmth and
una of strength. Bread contains one
part of nitrogen and eight of carbon. It
is thus seen that in reference to eating,
carbon which is charcoal fuel and
warmth are one and the same thing;
while nitrogen which is in effect
saltpetre gives flesh or mflscle, which
are one and the same thing in substance
with strength. It is seen that most ar
ticles of food have more carbon or
warmth than nitrogen or strength,
ghowing that it takes more to keep na
warm than to keep us strong. A seden
tary person requires, in round num
bers, about one pound of food
a day, while a hard-working roan
requires two pounds; thus two
pounds of food gives out power enough
as steam in an engine gives out
power to raise a man of average weight
eleven miles high. But calling the two
pounds 5,000 grains, only 800 grains of
it are nitrogen, the remainder carbon;
that is, sixteen times more of warmth
is required than of strength-producing
food. One practical result is, that as
the world becomes more thickly popu
lated, the necessity increases of econo
mizing food; of adapting it to various
needs of the sex. occupation and season.
Persons living indoors should not eat
more than half as much as those who
work hard. Less warming food should
be eaten in hot weather than in cold. If
we eat an excess of warming food in hot
weather we have to work it out the
system at a great expenditure of
strength; and until it is worked off we
feel fuli and feverish and oppressed; on
the other hand, in winter we require an
additional quantity of warming food,
hence our instincts lead us to eat
heartily of pork and buckwheat cakes
and butter and molasses, which are al
most purely carbon. In warm weather
we need" cooling food and F-rovidence
sends us in profusion the fruits and ber
ries and the green things, which have
no carbon at all; and while our appetite
for them is ravenous, the very idea of
fatty food is nauseating. Christian at
Made Wealthy by a Whipping.
John James Mago, a millionaire who
lives nine months of the year in Paris, is
the hero of a curious story. It is related
of him that fifteen years ago he was
British vice consul at San Jose, Guate
mala, and a poor man. One day a native
commandant, who was running the port,
ordered that he be given 100 lashes for
some fancied insult. The vice consul
was lashed accordingly. Later the Brit
ish government stepped in and ordered
that,dago be paid $o00 for every lash.
Guatemala was glad enough to pay the
money, which made the vice consul a
comparatively rich man. Having more
ready money than any one else in the
country, President Barrios entered into
partnership with him. Mago became a
large coffee planter and dealer and also
was given exclusive franchises for build -
ing docks in the ports, out of which he
made a great deal of money. His fortune
is now estimated at $5,000,000. New
A Novi woman doesn't claim to be
connected with the English aristocra
cy, but just the same she was born ou
the same day that ushered Queen Vic
toria into the world, she was married
im the same day that the queen and
T: 11, i . J J 1 a .
v-i7 V ' 7 ,l;Tly a hard working-man " -
caild was born on the same day that u
Albert Edward assumed an entity. II
MAitKSMKN IN THE ARMY.
THE DISCIPLINE THAT MAKES OUR
The Country Has Not a Larwe Military
Force, but the Boys la Blue Are Remark
able for Their Facility In Handling the
Rifle Bow They Are Taught and Trained.
The United States has a very extensive
territory, yet it has the smallest regular
army of any civilized power of nearly
equal territorial extent. Still, with
American ideas and policy, the gallant
little force seems amply sufficient to
guard the country. I'oace U so much
the policy of our nation that even the
mall army finds little to do. The great
Indian tribes have been corralled within
their reservations, and the life of the
United Statea soldier is now narrowed
down to the stereotyped military coda
Weary with the some old ceremonies
from year to year, practiced until the
regular tactics are- absolutely perfect,
they have developed the principal gar
rison duty, target shooting, Into a science
of remarkable accuracy. Tbe pleasure
of the practice and the spirit of emula
tion aroused combine to make them the
most skilled marksmen in the world.
THE BEAT TBS WORLD.
The rifle used is the ordinary Spring
field service pattern, a breech loader,
carrying seventy grains of powder and
500 grains of lead, common service sights
that never get out of order.
Our little army may be deficient In
many ways, but in the matter of rifle
shooting to hit and with the object of
hitting to kill (the busi jess In which the
soldi x is presumed to be particularly
efdeient), it certainly stids first In the
world. Another great advantage, al
though not a pleasant one, has been con
tinuous and almost everlasting stations
on the remote frontier. Surrounded witb
large and small game, what wonder that
men, whose business it is to kill, always
seized every opportunity for hunting?
To be perfectly fair, our marksmen are
so far in advance of the best European
soldiers, that, so far as execution is con
cerned, the latter would have no show
whatever when pitted against our own
regulars, European armies, though
armed with a longer range gun, yet lack
practice and accuracy.
They are trained to volley shooting in
stead of individual aim, and the result is
that fully half of the men fire at random
into the air. Uncle Sam's man has to
depend upon himself. European nations
nurse their dislike of each other and their
military training partakes of it. They
pay more attention to hatching up new
schemes to hurt each other than hitting
the bull's eye. Tliey are able to pierce,
times without number, a target in the
shape of an effigy of a French soldier,
but would miss at every shot an Ameri
can target Neither the French, Ger
mans, Belgians nor Russians have the
skill of the Americans in sighting their
guns or in handling their pieces.
Routine duty on the frontier is about
as follows: The soldier gets (13 per
month straight pay, rations, clothing,
and a certain allowance which is paid
him on the date of his discharge; an in
crease for each year's service or re-enlistment;
additional remuneration if pro
moted corporal, sergeant or artificer;
extra pay if worked as a carpenter,
plasterer or mechanic, and lots f other
perquisites too small to mention. Guard
duty is the hardest in the service, and
to this the soldier is eligible about one
day in six.
Three roll calls a day, reveille, retreat
and tattoo(if a cavalryman, stables twice
a day); drills Mondays or Fridays, dress
parade every evening, and target prac
tice whenever weather permits. Each
company in the service is provided with
a pair of breech loading shotguns, a cer
tain annual allowance of powder, shot,
wad and shell, and these are open to
everybody for hunting purposes when
not employed on other duty. The soldier
can then amuse himself knocking over
jack rabbits, bagging sage hens and prai
rie chickens, and missing as many ducks
and wild geese as he wants to.
Tours of detached service are merely
picnics. Large game of some kind can
almost always be found, and what better
sport .could any one ask? There is one
undeniable fact about a five years' term
in the United States army. All sorts of
material are caught for soldiers; the beer
drinking Teuton, the bull dog English
man, the fun loving Irishman, the igno
rant darky, and, in fact, men of all na
tionalities and all climes. They come to
us as bright as meteors and as verdant
as cucumbers; but no matter how green
and unsophisticated the recruit may be
when he joins, he has developed into a
line marksman when he leaves the army,
and with decidedly more sense than he
was enlisted with.
The bump of fun is exceedingly large
in the average soldier of the line. Gen
erally, as remarked, they are young men
in the prime of manhood, of fine physique
and perfect in every way (else they
would not have been accepted by the re
cruiting officer), who look upon the term
of enlistment as a sort of lark, and pro
pose to get as much amusement and fun
out of the five years as possible. Aston
ishing as it may seem, yet it is neverthe
less true that it is no easy matter to en
list in the United States army. Nineteen
out of twenty applicants are rejected for
cause, and the twentieth man must be
up to the mark, or he is liable to travel
the road of his nineteen predecessors.
After enlistment expires a majority of
the discharged soldiers, who originally
came from some of the states back east,
never return to their former homes.
Civilization, with all its drawbacks, has
loet its charms for them, and so they
stick to thi west and grow up with the
country. Long service and extensive
scouting over the plains have cured them
of city life and a struggle for existence.
They either take up land claims some
where, buy farms from the railroads or
drift to ranching or stock raising. Many
of them prefer cowboy life, which a term
of service in the army, saddle and scout
ing work especially equips them for.
Kew York Star.
Biddy Creates m Sensation.
A short time ago a family living oa
State street extension hired a green
servant She was told by her mistress
to wash the second-story windows. She
had seen the way in which that labor
was performed by the neighboring serv
ants, and was all right as far a,i washing
the outside of the windows was con
cerned. When that part of the job had
been finished, it occurred to her that
the proper thing was to wash the inside
in the same way. What was the sur
prise and edification of the passers by
ttA tt nair ftf frnnapmi at xr nrfinnfiAna1
j nether limbs, clad in brilliantly striped
j hosiery, dangling from the outside of
the windoow, with the owner blissfully
unconscious of the sensation she was
creating. The lady of the house saw
the crowd collecting and went out to
see what was the matter. Looking up
ward the queer spectacle met her gaze.
Shocked and horrified she rushed ia
doors and called the domestio to the
lower household regions. Bridgeport
-Sometimes a man is a hard-working
n a n enil vVatt A a w SAMaflmAa Va 4 m
wuioumt, uv M
MAMMA'S Little cherub.
A New end Illchly Kdlfrlnc Version ot
Kuu In the 1'liotoeraph fiallerr.
Fond Mamma (to her first-born, two
years old)-Won't mamma's 'lttle cherub
tell nor Untie Will about having her
'ttle picture taken to-day?
Mamma's Cherub (energetically)
Fond Mamma Doesn't she tell it
straight the dear itt,e girlie? She's
her own mamma's birdio!
Uncle WillWas she good?
Fond Mamma She was just as good
as gold. Wasn't 'oo, angel, dear? Tell
Untie Will how dood you were.
The Baby Goo-goo-or-boo!
Fond Mamma Can't she talk distinct
ly? Why, I can understand her as well
as I can you.
Uncle Will You were always a smart
Fond Mamma Now you are making
fun of me I know you are; and baby
was just as good as she could be, so she
Uncle Will As good as she could be!
That isn't saying much. Did Bhe cry.
Fond Mamma Oh, well, she cried
just a little; but then she was o cute.
After I had her all fixed up and she
looked as sweet as a peach the man told
her to look at the hole in the camera,
you know and watch for the little bird
to come out.
Uncle Will Well, she sat still and
looked, did she? .
Fond Mamma Oh, no; she just tod
dled over to the instrument to see if
there really was a bird there. Wasn't
it cunning? Babv, tell 'oor Untie Will
about tbe "tttle birdie bird.
The Baby No birdie! Boo-hoo.
Fond Mamma(delighted) That's just
the way she did at the photographer'sl
Wasn't It cunning.
Uncle Will Very! Then what?
Fond Mamma Oh, then I comforted
her, and gave her some candy, and got
ber fixed up again, and she sat just as
still until the man had every thing
ready to pull tbe slide or push it,
whichever it is and then she cried for
more candy, and we had to begin all
over again. Wasn't it cunning? Baby,
tell Untie Will about it
Fond Mamma Isn't that sweet?
Uncle Will Well, did you get the
picture taken after all.
Fond Mamma Of course! But we mar
have to go again. The operator thought
it was a good negative, but we can tell
better after he sends us a proof. I ex
pect a proof will come to-morrow, and I
know it'll be just too sweet for any
Uncle Will Was It taken by the in
Fond Mamma Oh, no; it took us over
three hours; but baby was just at good
as she could be. Win. 11. Si v iter, in
THE NEIGHBORLY WOMAN.
One ot Her Lana-affVrlnff Victims Says
She Must Uo.
What shall be done with the Woman
Next Door who borrows our servants?
This neighborly person, with a turn for
economy, does not keep a domestic
Why should she do so? If she has oc
casion to go out shopping in the morn
ing, she simply orders the parcels sent
to the next door neighbor's address, and
holds herself free for calling in the aft
ernoon. The servant next door answers
the delivery boy's ring and takes in the
goods. When tbe Woman Next Door
returns the neighbor's servant answers
the door-bell and hands out the goods
with a springing step and a heart
grateful to Providence for the many
opportunities of usefulness placed with
in her reach. The butcher boy is in
structed to leave the steak next doer.
Tbe baker leaves the bread next door.
The grocer leaves the kitchen supplies
next door. The Woman .Next Door
has occasion to go down town and
leaves Instruction next door to take
in her husband until her return.
The Woman Next Door poet down tbwn
again and leaves tbe baby next door
until she gets back. Tbe Woman Next
Door instructs her callers to wait next
door in case she Is out. And one day
the neighbor's servant coldly notifies
the mistress that she intends to leave at
the end of the month, and she tells
other people that she has grown weary
of doing the work of two families for
one wage, and that she was in hourly
fear that the Woman Next Door would
invite her in to wash her baby and help
with the dishes or have the soiled
clothes sent over on washing days.
The Woman Next Door hears with re
gret that the servant next door has es
caped, but her step does not falter nor
her heart soften; she goes mercilessly
upon her way, and the neighbor engages
two servants, one for herself and one
for the Woman Next Door, or moves, or
dies, and the Woman Xext Door orders
crape tor the funeral, and has the par
cel delivered at the house of mourning.
The Woman JSext Door must go. To
No Eating with the Knife.
A well known Chicagoan recently
spent a Sunday in the insane asylum
at Kankakee. lie went there to see
one of the patients, and he took dinner
with him, occupying a seat at one of
the tables set apart for "mild cases."
During the progress of the meal a pa
tient at another table arose, carefully
deposited his napkin at the side of his
plate, and, walking over to the next
table, caught another patient with a
powerful uppercut under the ear.
"There!" he cried, "that'll teach you
better than to eat with your knife." In
a moment more the aggressor was
seized by alert attendants and hurried
away to his own room. It was ex
plained that this was his one hallucina
tion. He became wild whenever he
saw a man eating with his knife. On
his way back on the train the Chicago
visitor thought what an awful task
this poor fellow would have if he were
allowed to eat in certain local restau
rants and hotels, where at least half of
the guests are known in the vernacu
lar as "sword swallowers." Chicago
Points About the Hair Brash.
There is another consideration in con
nection with the use of the hair brush,
which, though it may scarcely need men
tion, should not be overlooked. The
brush should be kept clean. It gives
one a shudder to see the brushes and
combs that are sometimes supplied at
places of public resort. No one should
ever think of using a public hair bru.sh
any more than a public tooth brush, un
less it becomes a matter of absolute ne
cessity; hut the fact remains that the in
dividual article requires to be properly
cared for, else it becon.es an instrument
of danger rather than a delight.
If the case is not very aggravated the
bristles may be washed in lukewarm
water, to which a few drops of ammonia
can be added. This will clear away the
accumulated dust and dirt as by magic.
The bristles can be rinsed in pure water
and allowed to dry in an airy place; the
brush should not be exposed to the sun,
nor should the hack of it be wet at any
time. Soda and soap soften the bristles,
and if the back of the brush be of ivory
it will turn yellow by their application.
For general use it is better economy tc
bny a cheap brush, and, after using it
for a reasonable time, throw it into the
fire and start afresh. Good Honsekeep-
ANOtllXK Uttl'CUIST SPEAKS.
March 24, 1890,
Manufacturer of the Great Sierra Kid
ney and Liver Cure.
Gentlemen: I notice a great Increase
in the tales of your remedy, and judge
that by the repeated calls for It (hat it
gives entire and complete satlsf. cion to
'he parties lining It. It i the best telling
Kidney and Liver Cure that I handle In
stock. Re -ipeHfuIly yours,
John Wm. Salter,
2415 Blikslon ktreet, corner of Twenty-first.
San Francisco, Cal.
At the Baee Oentlcinan Hiiort (who ha not
yet lusde H, his mind, Krimlr) He who hel
tatcn, they say, U InM. bunted Hport Yen; but,
if he kee on hesitating long enough, his money
TAKKCAKE! THERE IS DANGEK
til allowing inactivity of the kldneyn to (trow
through tn-rle L The deadly shoals of Krlght'f
dlM-aoe and diabetes will wreck the goodly bark
of health If It U allowed to drift rtidderlemnpon
them. 'I he Madder, too, If Inactive and judi
cious medication does not speedily direct the
helm tow ard the ort of safety, will be whelmed
!y the qnickKancI of disease. In selecting a diu
retic let 5 our choice fall nKn Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters, which stimulates the renal organ
without Irritating and exciting them, two ettects
to ! aptirehended from theuumedieated stimuli
largely rowirted to. These have a tendency to
react prejudicially. The Hitters Invigorate the
kidm ys and bladder. In common w ith the nerves
and the dlge'tive organs, and so atlv.rd lasting
aid. It also atfords dual assistance in prevent
ing and curing Intermltteu'. and rcmltteut fever.
Biliousness, constipation lad rheumatism It also
How loth tho little busy bee
improve the passing Hours
In gathering np the sweets of life
And dodging all the sours.
AN ELEGANT PACKAGE OP PINr
Including 15 rare novelties, shapes anr
artistic imported oleographie and chro
matic cards. This large and beautiful col
lection sent by mail to any one who will
do this: Buy a box of the genuine Dr. C.
Mc Lane's Celebrated Liver Fills from any
drucrgist, price 25 rent, and mail an the
outside wrapper with your address, plain
ly written, and 4 cents In stamps. The
genuine McLene's Pills are prepared only
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., ana
have been in constant use for over sixty
years. Thry are siirior to all others in
onrity and effectiveness. A certain cure
for indication and sick headache. Ad
dreHs, Fleming Bros.. PlttbburRh, Pa.
ott t it costs money to live." Why don t
yon die theuT" " Ixx-tors and undertakers are
too blamed expensive."
TMI'TOMS K CONSl.MPTIOS.
William J. Sharpi.es, Fokt O :am,
Morris CorsTv. X. J., write-:
''My business is tint of sharpening
mine drill-, and I ant much expared to
smoke and ga. Ah ut three 5 eir ago I
beKn to have a bad cough, with consider
able indigestion and pains in my cheL
My physician t-'ld tne I bad symptoms of
consumption. By the advj e f my father,
an old friend of ItRASURiTH's Pills, I om
meuced lining lhat valuable remedy. By
the time I h in got through the serond box
I began to pass a very disagreeable humor
or pus. I b-irn to improve very rapidly
after tit's, and grew stronger and b-tler
every da -. My nigh in now well. I sleep
well at nisht, and have no more ind'ges-
If Adam had been born in these days he wonld
hsvc siitsllvided the Harden of Eden and put the
1 t np at auction.
Coruns 'Brotm's Bronchial Troches'
are a sure remedy for coughs and sore
ihroat. cents a box.
Ca.tles in the air do not bring in any rent, but
they come high.
What Boys Talk About.
Have you ever overheard the con
versation of a number of small boys
who, tiring of "peel away" and "sting
goal," have seated themselves upon a
curbstone to cool off! It is a study.
They invariably talk of their respect
ive fathers, and the evident desire of
each is to place his own particular pa
ternal parent upon the highest pinna
cle. "5Iy father knows more than
yours," says one boy to another,
"cause he's a newspaper man he
writes for the paper." The other boy
snilTs contemptuously and says:
"Huh! he don't write any, he gets ad
vertisements, mats wual my pa
says." Then the first boy gets back
with: "Maybe he does, hut he geta
free tickets to the theatre, just the
same." This is usually a crusher, 83
boys do not usually see anything
above free theatre tickets. A third boy
boasts that his pa is on the board of
trade and that he has often aecompan
ied him there, while a fourth boy's pa
is in a railroad office and can ride
without paying. So the youngsters
go on, while their fathers hustle for
them, and the "old gents" would all
feel proud if they knew what enthusi
astic curbstone champions they had.
From an article entitled "A Study
of Consciousness, by Professor II. S.
Wood, in The Century, we quote as
follows: "During the centennial ex
hibition a biar, burly Scotchman was
brought to the hospital unconscious
from sunstroke. I plunged him into
a mass of slush and water and piled
great ui:isscs of ice about his head. As
he gradually struggled back to con
sciousness, his first sensation was that
he was packed away in an ice box and
doomed. When he came more fully
to himself his first inquiry was, 'Who
amir I said, 'Who are youf' This
he could not answer. For four days
that man lay in the hospital, appar
ently perfectly rational, wonderiug
who he was. During all this time his
friends were searching, and had de
tectives looking for him all through
Philadelphia. At last his recollection
came back, and he was able to give
A Few Doses of
EEECHAHI S PILLS
cure SICK HEADACHE
25 Cents a Box.
OP ALL DRUGQISTS.
No; I believe he
There has never been anything discov
ered that will equal Dobbins' Electri. 8oap
tor all household uses, it makes pafntlook
like brwand clothes as wAtie as snow. Our
washwoman say a it is a pleasure to use it.
Ask your groc -r for it.
The happy medium the one who has not been
COSfgUMPTION BIRKLT Cf BED.
Toths Editos: Plcare Inform yoar reader
that I bave a positive remedy for the above
named d if ease. By Its timely use thousands of
hopeless case have been permanently cured. 1
shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy
free to any of your readers who have consump
tion If they will send me their express and post
oflice address. Respectfully,
T. A. SLOCDM, M. C,
181 Pearl street, New York.
tll'BK CCKK FOB FIXBIi.
Hare care for blind, bleedlne and Itching Piles.
One box has cared the worst case of ten years'
standing. No one need suffe, ten minutes after
asing Kirk's German Pile Ointment It absorbs
tumors, allays the itching, acu as a poultice,
gives relief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment
Is prepared only for Pises sod Itching of tbe
private parts, and nothing else. Every box Is
Sold bv Draggists and sent bv mail on reeelnt
of price. I LOU vet box. J. J. Mack A Co.. Whole
sale Agents, San Francisco.
What you achieve Is due to pluck.
But a friend's success Is always " luck."
RIPTCKE AND FILES CtBED.
We positively cure rupture and all rectal dis
eases without pains or detention from tftisiness.
No cure, no pay: and no pay until cured. Ad
dress lor pamphlet ir. Porterneld A Lr sjv, S.S
Market street, S-an Francisco.
Tbt Gkkmea for breakfast.
Beware of imitations of the celebrated Seal at
North Carolina Ping Cot Tobacco.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs ia taken: it is pleasant
auu rciresumg to i ne taste, ana acts
fently jet prompt! on the Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem enectuallr, dispels colds, head
tches and feverg and cares habita.il
constipation permanently. For sale
in ouc ana e i bottles bj all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8A FRAMCISCO. CU
LOUISVILLE. T. HEW r0Jt .r.
t ears BlBonsnaas. etek Headache. Oonsttpatlea,
Jaaiarta. User Complaints, take the sale
aa certsia remedy. SMITH'S
rsatte SMALL S1Z(M Rttte besas to tbe se
sMk. They are tbe Boat eoavenlest: sals all sees.
Price of liberals. 3 easts per bottle.
HISS IMC Ti T0: ITHJtorsvarsv
KiaOIIIU paaelsisaattfcls picture tar
semis teospers et stasspst.
w , r smith a co, . '
Makers et Bile Baa pa, - Bv Loots. Ma.
Washington -:- College.
A boarding and day School for
YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.
Most HgXTHni. Location is the Cocktbt.
Terms for boarders, 300 per year.
For catalogue address
D. P. PCLFORD, A. M.,
FOR r.lEn ONLY!
For LOSTerTnXLXSO KASSOCDl
eeaeral sad K EiVOCa TmU.U-,
Wetkaeu of Bodr ant) Knttt Eifseta
lof Error cr Excesses ia Older ,Ssmrir.
BoeMMt. llsHOOD folly Bcfttorv!. How t nlirtt ansi
fitiiMisu II U E, 1 3i DKTE Uit D tl Et. &XS fa BT9 OF fcODY.
Ahmmtmftf fft.tl.t9 HOIS TBsUTMK.VT BisMtti tw a day.
Ita toftify INtB U fU(M aa4 Farraja Caaatrir. Wrt tststaW
f Book. rxfiiaHatiaai atxi ro-r miir '? rrta,
iVRl& MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, M. Va
STEINWAY KBAfficau nan
Tit. 1 BKACH.Gehisr. Rosy
Bash PIsjHXsBnrietttJrmna. BaoA Instramsnss
Lstrgeet stock ot Sheet Mtwie and Books. Reads
Bonlied at iusn PtImm. V A TTSl r a m
nai iu, sub fees uueot. oaa
Send Stamp for Our Pamphlets.
We have something new which will save
KIRK WOOD HARD RUBBER COMPANY,
Cor. Market A Jones Sts.. 4th Ajor, room 191,
Price, to. Lady Agents Wanted.
OH! MY HEART!
Well, try Dr. Rogers' Heart Tonic; as a heart
remedy it has no equal. Nuts single case where
it has been tried and hss not given relief. You
may be neediug it just nof and scarcely be
aware of it. Ass blood cleanser and purifier it
stands at the head of the list. Redington A Co.,
wholesale seeuts, price tl. For sale by Smith's
faisti Kteie,4l8 Irani St., S. K., (al.,
snd sll dealers in medicine. Send for trial
bottle and testimonials.
ntD C ROSS DIAMOrlD IRAMB,
(tar iM aiwmjM rentable LeUtM,
k Dnutrit tor Itmmemd sVata. 1
ask ImuKim tor JXSKm4 Smri. la
res, swisnie sax, sled wna ba ,
nbSca. Take re otk- r. all Dill,
la swMsanl bavss. pink wrappers, aro
luimn wmmmtwrfwHrn. Send Sa.
(,tn: ;, f.-r parrtoalmra, tmiaMOials aas
KrlleT IW Lastea," a, lur. ar raasn
Ball. Hwmrn Pawtr.
TK A Daril flSms.wrakratrs.sa
1UQ DCOl ljycwruGr.
Send for Catalogue.
Wiley B. Allen & Co.
al 1 1st St.. Portland. Or.
N. P. N. V. Mo. 34ir S. F. N. U. Xo. 42o
" l)id he stand for office?"
had to lie to get it."
rK" m -a.
used for cleaj-iind purposes
- - COrrnitMT
What would you give for a Friend
wlio would take lialf your hard work off your shoulder
and do it without a murmur? What would you give to
find an assistant iti your housework that would keep your
floors and walls clean, and your kitchen bright, and yet
never grow ugh over the matter of hard work ? Sapolio
is Just such a friend and can be bought at all grocers y
Athlete Pruiae tt Highly.
6T8 Minna SU,fean Krancixeo, tai Way S, 1W7.
Home tvme eio, while a number of tne
Olympic Athletic Club, I sprained ray knee
severely and suiiered hsrrmy, bat was speedily
and completely cured by St JmcjIw Oil.
Jumped from Engine.
609 8. 1'tti et.. Ornalia, NH., eept. 22, 1SS8.
strained my ankle very badly. 1 used canes
for weeks. St. Jacobs Oil completely enrtd
me, . - li. JtOLDEK. -
T Tmrc;;i ts n lA!.rR.
IKE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO.. Baltioier, Mi.
AND MORPHINE Hi BIT
cupd. Trial free. Conflden
tlslly address INDIANA
MINERAL SPRINGS CO.,
La Pavtt. Lsd.
Diamond Drill Work.
The Pacific Prospecting to.&sl
with Diamond Core Drill for oil, mineral or wa
ter. Holes bored for ventilation or drainasre.
Agents for Diamond Drill Machinery and eop
pliea. f "orrespondence solicited. SI 3 swa
aome Street, han Kranclseo.
404 Kw ttery wt., fcwn fr'rasnciace.
Highest market price paid for Hides, Pe.lf
under new Law
Soldiers, Widows, Parents, send for blank ap
plications and Information. Patrick 0'FarrI!,
Pension Agent. Washington, D. C.
To Prove its
A SI llottio
will be girea or
Kent i res
on application, per
aooaliy or by letter.
ETery one knosrs that
l.iixir of Life was a failure,
and thst Dr. Lb-birs Iarig.
orator is tbe original and
only genuine Vital Elixir.
TH BCABOX TH(!"8ATS CA!COT CSIET CTTOB of
Chronic, Frirals. Special CMkplaitti. Serfm Debilur. L o
atlural Wate. Loss ot M' T o4 M,,itiwl. !. er. Liui.
ft!fcter, Ki4o7 maA Btaf Trottbfe-, Inpurisitv ef lK
Bleed. Pliable, Sore awl fer Skin IHisw , Ulf to a
ompiieaxto cmll. d prwtstocrti iss Wi4h fljln null wfciea
acquires peial tX'.sn. " t.
PS. LIEEIU S IS V li.'BTOg jto. 1 S.OVwl. -U,1 mi ,
fcr ftfeer diatrMW umeomfttexUA with rro-(M-,rrb. . 1
crs rraoiiiSosv r rice of Ibvirmir, f -' ; tui wt f a
twufcs, t'0: fcxtr-ne kntUts, calf pries. ftkt t ana ttr.
PB. LIt.sIO 4 t'U. W atari; a quanrr sf a etstary tare
Bnfeie a sr. ihr wt rirst. wt Hew. Vi sjt, b -r.r a
Saced, perfifL'f)uKiffhlr wrA , rwvot tAmi in a tern ar;
tevnrur-.3.turJtr tmbnl; efcsnpi-, a,o4c..
raliui. a Frre. t- il or t!r... 4DSCwf Wmtan
sThnirss KUkkria arr- m Ssaret-
' stNssF ao4 isikHifttl a 0rr mr ea-
s-raruVax. gwsV smfr's-iwtT can- f r 9 r ScTir la rr4kkvi
Giving- a fall and complete eeeotmt of t&e eaaspgracy,
saurderllsroTerTof die bodv, arrecaorooef-s la-joett-the
trial and verdict. Ttao listlMaase lee Unn.
a i i Oaelarge t2mo. fohmieof about &dS paaaa, prieo
oT Si.se. OCTFTTS low XK1DY. Sead. ax once. JS eenia
tor an outfit: Brstcome. first served. Tbiaiatfckecluuieact
Toor bf e-tlme : big eommlaalona. Addraaa. LatsA a AAak
rutS I ,aw-letsassasisrsss,rslaats,ta.
Will Kate rvo other yobacco
Who orxce tries
SEUj OF JiOKTji CAJiOhmjk
jKIs is the secret of its
.pi rf.Tf.in n r
Til n Dnnl tTn !, tns
i tic ucdi rauiiiv ouap
Dobbins' Electric Soap Ss cheaper for too
to ose, if yon f'tflow HirrHion. than any
other soaps wonld be if pirn to yon. for by
Ms use efolAes are tavetl. Clothes cost n.-orc
Don't yon imm to sore money, clothes,
time, labor, fuel, and heal' h ? All these can
be saved if yon will fry Dobbins Electric
Soap. We say " fry," knowing If yon try it
once, yon will always sse it." Hare youj
grocer order it,
H. M. OISSELL & CO.
219 Front St., San Francisco. Cau
170K CHEAP IRRIGATED 1A1
or HOMES on the beaotifal prairies of
Texas address FaaKK Lkbch, "The" Lead
Agent, San Angelo, Texas. -
Applr to MII.O B. STEPHENS 4 CO., AttomeTS,
1419 F street. Washington, D. C." Branch offices
Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago. ..
IK I ""r" B obtaine . i
S a I Saw IS I derate. Information
and advi e FKEK J. K I.nTCLL, . pp. Patent
Office, Wa-hington. D. C. iMentkm ihi papery.
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY.
k Boarding tod Day School for Boys.
The thirteenth year under present
Principal begins September , wao.
Grated conrse of stndv; instruction
thorough ; discipline strict. Military
instruction under eh-rge of V. S. Arm '
officer detail, d for that purpose. No
bad boys admitted. Over200 pupils last
year. Parly application necessary. For
circular and lull information a idresa
the Principal, JT. W. HILL, M D.,
P. O. Drawer 17. Portland, Or.
WM. H. BROWN, Pres. ALBKKT KOWEIX,Ss.
PRtSS THE BUTTOS IT IKXTSI eaasf
IS m httra www Soar steadr. Iv l, Mfer
tkaa Miches. It i. aIwaja twwif. K '
1 Uata a bfeiBM. Il I. SM.f mmm
At. wwpwrmACw si.tra... 1, 1, tli
sise aw iMf. el a w.wa ww. sbsissi
If Omtftt Cwmplf. (Mm $7.00.
IrjUvMV ' " a-saB ' JjT?
(J IIfftol Orueraaae CO
V ' L hamuli. ' T. BaasilssaoaBia mAwwt
y : WtrLfp j Heine wviltt i
P w$k lwis g
is rxsoltd cake oFscourintSsoaii'