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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1890)
11. C H. DUCKETT,
Between G. T. Cotton and
Peterson &. Wallace.
MUCH THE NEWEST,
HOBBIEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF
J. K. WEATHERFORD,
Office over First National Bank,
ALBANY. - OREGON.
J. M. KEENE, P. D. S.
Dental -'.- Parlors.
Offics: Breyxaan Bros., Building,
I-Hours from 8 A. M. to J P. M.
W. R. BIt,YEU,
ATTO RN EY-AT-LAW,
In the County, is now to to Seen on the Counters of
Iv. E. BLAIN,
you want to "dress up," we would be glad to show
you through and make the right price.
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY.
Mr. E. A. Scheffler, is an exDert, and has charge of this de
partment. We guarantee satisfaction.
BEARD Sz HOLT,
an a P mm I
L. hlGuLHU fc, Draqqists 8t Apothecaries,
(Successor to C H. Hakmom.)
Barber : and : Hairdresser,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES
PAINTS, OIL, GLASS
SHAVTKO, HAIR CUTTING AND
Shampooing in the latest and best
Style. Special attention paid to dressing
Ladies' hair. Your patronage respect
8. S. PILLSBtlHY,
- m A. - a-wa '
Perfumery, Brushes and talis, ligars
FAJSTCX" TOILET ARTICLES.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
MAIN STREET - - - - - iapad..
tmc FINISHING TOUCH.
B. J. M'CAUSTLAND,
CIVIL EKGIHEER SUBYEYOR.
Drauflrhtlnc and Blue Prints.
Office with Oregoa Land Co., Albany.
Sewerage System and Water Supplies
a Specialty. Estates Subdivided. Maps
made or copied on short notice.
THE YIOUIHA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
I Orsgoi EETElDiiEit Ccmcam's V&mi Line
225 Shorter, 20 Hour Less Time
Than by any other Ronte.
ESOWNSVILE, - OREGON
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PASSENGER
AND FREIGHT LINE
I From Portland and all points in the Willamette
Valley to and from San Francisco, Cat.
OEEOON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCEDCLJ3, (Except Sundays.)
L Albany lap. m.
I I.v Corvallis 1 -o p. m-
Ar Yaqmna 5 -jo p. m.
It Yaquina 6:45 a. m.
Lv Corvallis 10:35 a. :
Ar Albany II :10 a.m.
Tfi.wtnin9 connect at Yaquina with the
nmmn Dnritmiint Companv's line 01 smm
t . . . .
snips Kiwirn x a
J. TU COWAN.
J. M. RALSTON.
Bank of Lebanon,
Transacts a General BaHiinz Business.
Various Form I'aaJ by Writers In Closing
In regard to closings, there are many
and varied forms, from the heretofore
chilling' "yours truly" to the many as
surances of loving friends. 1 say "here
tofore chilling," because forms of "yours
trul v" are now used as formulas denot
ing great attachment or sincerity,
whereaB no me years ago this ending
found its chief employment In business
Usage takes on many forms in this
matter of endtnsr. Some would close
with a few appropriate words which
have no connection with what has al
ready preceded; others make a connec
tion. The words "with best wishes"
and "with kindest regards' make very
graceful endings, but are fitting only
when the parties exchange few letters
or are not close friends.
Where no connection is made between
the preceding clause and the concluding
phrase, such expressions as: "Most af
fectionately," "ever your loving
friend," or "believe me very much your
friend," make up for any seeming ab
ruptness. One of the chief characters
tlca of a letter Is the manner in which it
Is closed. The formulas have changed.
and are chanrlmr not so much In form
as in appliance in late years. Many
which used to Indicate only the closest
degrees of friendship are now used on
occasions where there Is only a slight
acquaintance, and often in a case where
the writer wishes only to show esteem
for his or her correspondent.
Expressions which are used thus in
discriminately are ''sincerely yours,"
"very sincerely your friend," etc., etc
Of a packet of twenty-three letters writ
ten mostly by different persons and
within the last four years, I find that
ten use nearly the same forms of "sin
cerely yours." I have chosen this packet
because they were not written as
from friends of long standing; where
there are several from one person there
is quite an interval of time between the
several letters. In two of them "af
fectionately" was used, and one, a model !
of elegance from a New York City home,
the words "lovingly yours" appear.
Such endings used in such connections
indicate not the degree of friendship
existing between the writer and the cor
respondent, but the state of mind or sin
cerity of the writer. One of the most
beautiful letters I ever received con
tained these words, which I had never
seen before that time: "I am very cor
dially your friend, .
When "very truly," "very sincerely,"
etc, are used, the words "I am" and "I
remain" are a great help in destroying
any abrupt effect, and they give the
letter a tone semi-polite, semi-affectionate.
Now. as to signing the name. In
every case it is best to sign the full
name, by which 1 mean the Christian
name, initial of middle name and sur
name. Only between relatives and very
intimate friends is any diminutive of
the proper name allowable, and I should
be loath to recommend the practice even
then. Toronto Globe.
KEPT SUBJECT TO
HER FIRST GLASS.
Exchange sold on New York San
Francisco, Portland and Albany, Oregon.
Collections made on favorable terms.
: DEALER IS :
iroceiiBS ana Provisions.
E3. KELLENBEEGER, Propr
Fresh & Salted Beet; Pork, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, and Ham.
O. flt C. trains connect at Albanj and Corvallis.
aquina and San frrancisco.
Steamer WILLAMETTE VALLEY will sail:
From Yaauina July aoth, August 6th, August
1 16th, August 26th.
From San Francisco August 1st, August mn,
August 21st, August list.
Ehhiii the Oregon Pacific Popular Sum
met Exclusions. Low Rate Tickets are now
on sale from all Valley Points to t aquina and
This company ifstim the right to change sail
ing dates without notice.
Passengers from Portland and all Willamette
Galley points can make close connection with the
f v.Anin. mntr st Albanv or Corval-
u- it in n Francisco should ar-
I ranrc to arrive at Yaquina the evening before the
date of sailing.
Passenger and Freight Rates
Always the Lowest.
For particulars' apply to
C. H. HASWELL,
Oen 1 Ft St. Pass. Art.
Oregon Derel'pm'nt Co
304 Montgomery i.
San Francisco, Cal.
C. C. HOGCE.
Acfg Gen. F. & P. agt.
u, K. K- K
Baeoij aid" Card Muays or Jlarjd.
. Main Street, Lebanon, Or.
OTOP AWD READ!
Smooth Shave and Nice
Shampooing and Spanish Lus
ter Cures the Scalp of
Dandruff. EAST AND SOUTH
HOT AND COLDIBATHS Southern PaCifi6 Route
Leave Corvallis Monday, Wednesday, Friday
6 a.m. Leave Albany 9:30 a. m.
An-iw Salem M0nc.1v. WCQHCM11T, riiu,
p m. Leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, 1 nursaay, miuiuj,
3:30 p. m-
Leave Portland Monday, Wednesday, Friday
6a.m. . .
Arrive Salem, Monday, wtanwaij.rnaiy.?:
p. m. Leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, Satur-
dav, 6 a. m. Leave Albany, 1:30 p m.
Arrive CorvaUis Tuesday, 1 nursaay, oaiuruay,
3:30 p. m.
Gentlemen land Ladies may Indulge in the
Kext Door to Peterson & Wallace's Real Estate
I. R. BORUM, PropT.
LEABANON - - - - OREGON.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
Forelp and Domestic Truils,
Qneensware and Glassware, Lamps and
Pays Cash for Eggs.
Main Street. Lebanon, Oregon-
How the Faraar's Little Daughter Ukrd
A lady who was passing the summer
in the country at a farm some miles from
town on eday took the little daughter of
a farmer in her phaeton when she had
occasion to drive to a village bait a
dozen miles away, says the Boston
Courier. The child, who had never be
fore been there, was at once amazed and
delighted with all the novel sights
which presented themselves to her eyes,
and the lady found not a little amus
mentin the naive comments which the
farmer's daughter made.
Before starting for home the lady took
the child Into a shop and orde-ed a glass
of soda-water for her. The child, who
had no idea at all what this strange
liquid might be, watched with closest
attention while the attendant made the
sirup foam in the glass, and when it was
given to her she bravely set her small
Irown nose into the shining froth, al
though she did not seem to find much
satisfaction in the drink nntil she came
to the sweet sirup at the bottom.
"Well, Aramlnta, the lady asked, as
the child set down the glass with a sigh
f satisfaction, "how did you like your
Dh, thank you, marm," was the an
swer of the novice; "I liked the soda-
water first-rate after I got through the
PRESERVE OLD LANDMARKS.
HYPNOTISM IN PARIS.
Tfn-lr ksti ne Baa th W. x PKipii
"K&oea without name ssd price stansM ee
tne bottom, put miu uown aa m uaea,
Express Trains Leave Portland Daily.
4K r. M. .Lv Portland Ar . 9:35'.
o-'rt d w I.v AlhMnv. AT.. 6:14 A. M
TAo iL u . r. San Francisco Lv . Or.f
iw. mln, iitT onlv at following stations
north of Roseburg : East Portland, "Oregon City,
Woodburn, Salem, AlDany, iiosenv, aiitmu,
Halsey, aarrisourg, junction vivy, ir"s
KOSeDurg man uany.
J-irti-ailr-rP --'T-- 'TtiniirB-.mrnri '-
. 6:00 a.
Albany Local, Dally (Except Sunday):
5:00 r. M ..Lv
5:00 a. H. .Lv.
. . Portland..
... Albany .
Ar.. 9:00 a. m
Ar.. 90 a. a
Local Passenger Trains Dally
1:50 r. M
-2 .36 V. M
7:30 A. X
:22 A U
.Ar Lebauoa. .
Lv Albany. . .
.Ar ... Lebanon.
9:25 A. If
. 8:40 a. M
. 4:26 p. K
. 8:40 p u
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CAKS,
For accommodation of Second-class Passengers,
attached to express 1 rains.
17. L. DOUGLAS
W5.00 GEXIN'1( H
Best In tne 1
.SO POLICE AX F 4 K M F.K .V S HOE.
fci.SO EXTRA VAMTK CALF SHOii.
tiZ.fea WOKKTSGMAN'S SHOE.
.00 and t1.75 HOVS SCHOOL SHOES
All made in 4)onreas, Button and Lase.
17- L. DOUGLAS
OS SHOE L A ME 8.
Beat Mt-ial. Best Style. Beat Flttina.
tl aot sold by your dealer, write
W. L IMUGLAS. BKOCETON, MASK
'Examine W. L. Douglas $2 She
cr Gentlemen and Ladies."
. X-'or Sale hy C. C. BAClLI.EMA.ir.
West Side Division.
Bet. Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily (Except Sundayl:
7:30 A. M
12:10 P. M.
. 8:20 P.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains
of Oregon Pi
Express Train Dally (Except Sunday):
M..Lv Portland ..
. 5:30P. M
. 5:45 A. M
Through Tiekets to all Points
East and South.
gtfFor tickets and f ull.information regard
ing rates, maps, etc, calx on company's ageut
K. KOEHLER, E. P. KOGEES,
Mauager. Asst. G. F. & Pass Agent
The Same Process as That Employed for
The Paris correspondent of the Lon
don Graphic gives an account of the sys
tem of hypnotizing employed by its
foremost professor in France, Dr. Luys,
director of the Eevue de Hypnoogie,
the organ of the science. The process
was suggested to him by one that is
used by bird-catchers. It is the revolv
ing mirror that Dr. Luys employs the
same as that used in the Seld for snar
ing larks and the effect produced is an
identical one. "The advantage of my
system," he says, "is that by means of
it one BinRle operator can fascinate at
one and the same time an unlimited
number of patients without trouble to
himself, and with no loss of force. It
has also the advantage of absolute infal
libility. I have never known it to faiL
Certainly some patients are less sus
ceptible to its effects than others; but
none have ever resisted five or six op
erations. On th other hand, most suc
cumb the very first time, after a lapse
of from five to thirty minutes.
The system is as simple as it can be.
In the middle of a group of "patients,"
which may be as large or as small as the
operator may determine, is set up on a
stand and on a level with the eyes a
re vol v in cr apparatus of bits of colored
trlass, such as Is used for snaring larks.
The patients are instructed to fix their
eves upon it. "The effect of the revolv
ing glasses," says D.. Luys, "is exactly
the same on men as it is on the birds.
On met the rotation 01 brilliant sur
faces produces in predisposed subjects a
particular state of the retina, and
subseauentlv of the whole nerv
ous system, accompanied with
anaesthesia, immobility ot the mus
cles, suggestionablllty' In short the
ensemble of phenomena constituting
fascination.' " It usually takes the
full period of half an hour to master an
average crowd; some succumb earlier.
some later, but the average are master
ed in that time. But in the meantime
what pitiful struggles here and there.
This one laucrhs he is not sroinjr to r-
slira his will to that glittering toy
That one blinks and blinks, and would
have the rest to believe that it is nat
ural sleep that harrasses him. But lit
I tie by little sleep comes on the agitated
crowd. One by one they drop off into
immobility. The sleep is different in
cases. Some appear as if actually
asleep, others have the wide-open, star
ing eyes of somnambulists, but in either
ease the fascination of the subject is
Dickie. 6 years old, had a pair of boots.
He cut one of them with a hatchet. The
father became very angry and scolded
incessantly. The little fellow looked hi
father in the face and said: "If you don't
stop talking youll get me mad, too;"
A Mack More Common Vice Than May
at First Ha Supposed.
There are some virtues which receive
unlimited respect in name, and tl
gross and palpable infringements of.
which society is ready enough to punish
by the loss of her favor, yot which are
continually violated in spirit without
any social penalty, and apparently with
out any serious conviction ot wrong-doing.
Truthfulness is one of these.
While an open lie is held in just abhor
rence by the community at large, there
are various forms of insincerity that
receive no public censure" and scarcely
awaken even a faint protest from the
averago individual. One ot the com
monest of these forms is insincere ad
miration. By this is not meant that
guile which stoops to flattery with somo
definite purpose in view, but that far
more subtle and insinuating habit of
praising nd commending those persons
and things which we suppose we shall
be expected to admire. This is a much
more common practice than may at first
be supposed. Lot any one carefully.
listen to all the commendatory words ha
hears in a single day; all the golden
opinions of great men and their works;
all the applause showered upon art
and artists; all the admiration of
nature in her various moods, and, it he
be possessed ot a keen insight, he will
be forced to the conclusion that much of
it is not the expression of genuine feel
ing, tout a mere echo ot other voices a
copy ot others' opinions. Or let any
one even watch bis own expressions of
applause and honor, with this thought
in view, and answer to himself honest
ly how many of them are really and
truly the results of his own thoughts
and the translation of his own feelings.
and how many are simply the reitera
tion of ecomiums, which are so general
that, it is taken for granted they are
just. The praise of Shakespeare ar
upon every lip, but Is he it. very deed
enjoyed and appreciated bj every one
who can read his words? Do the pro
ductions ot the old masters delight the
eyes and inspire the hearts of every one
who pronounces them superb? Is all
the admiration of poets and poetry that
we hear the genuine expression df the
heart? May all the !pturous excla
mations of deliirht ln'the grandeur of
the mountains, the sublimity of the
ocean, the peaceful beauty of lake.
river and meadow be directly traced to
the emotions that have been thus
aroused? We fear noL Much of it is
doubtless sincere and unaffected, but
much is also uttered because it is sup
posed to be the right thins; to say. Con
sciously or unconsciously, there is
a duplicity in it, an effort
to appear to knew what is
not known and to feel what is
not felt. Not unfrequently this is the
unfortunate result of early training.
Parents and teachers who would not for
the world countenance deception in the
young really pave the way tor it by dis
couraging the expression of their crude
but original thoughts, and dictating
their own instead. Children are quick
to see and avoid disapproval, and thus
many a lesson of duplicity is learned
with fatal permanence. To this habit
of insincere admiration may be traced
the fact that so many people grow np
with so little real and sound thought of
their own, with so little true apprecia
tion ot beauty, with so little power of
discrimination and judgment. They
have become so accustomed to adopt the
ideas of others, and to retail them as
their own, that they take but little
pains to cultivate any for themselves.
To extol a popular author serves them
Instead of studying him; to praise the
picture that all are praising seems to
them easier and safer than to try to
discriminate tor themselves. Indeed,
any true representation of themselves
ttrikes them as too tame and insipid to
give it utterance, and so duplicity and
deterioration react upon each other.
There is no true development without
sincerity, and there can be no sincerity
while we copy others. Philadelphia
The mosaic with which a large por
tion of the crypt of fit. Paul's Cathe
dral is paved is made by the female
convicts at Woking prison. In course
ot time it is probable that the whole
A MERCHANT'S DKCISIO! 'AFTER
Sien a Chemical Co. ,
Gektlemen: When I started In to give
your Great Sierra Kidney and Liver Cure
a trial, I supposed it was like all other ad
vertised preparations put np to make
money and ot no use. Now since I have
taken it my decision is that it is the be t
renie ly in the world fur kidney and liver
disorders. It has done me so much g od
that I will forever praise it and gladly
recommend It to all suffering wilh g ;nerl
disorders of the body. Very truly yours.
P. J. ADAMS
Firm of Reynold & AJume, San Fran-
clue, Calif orni i.
Jiromv Methodist fav. ra. I wish you'd turn
Bsptl.t. Mr. .Methodist Why, Jimmy? Jimmy
(a no ha witnessed a bautism) So I could go In
TAKE CABEI THERE IS DANGER
!n allowing icct!vlty of the kidneys to grow
thiouKh ui'Kli'i't. The deadlv shoals of KrlKbt's
at&CHtteand diabetes will wreck the eoodly bark of
health if it is allowed to drift rudderless upon
thetn. The bladder, too. If inactive and judl
clous mediratton does not speedily direct the
ihmiu towaro tne port 01 saieiy, win ne
whelmed hy the quicksand of dutcase. In select
lug a diuretic lot your choice fall upon Hootet
ter's stomach Bittern, which stimulates the renal
organs without Irritating and exciting them.
two etiects 10 te appreneudeu from tne unmeat
csted Mitnnli largely resorted to. These have a
tendency to reset prejudicially. The Bitters In
vigorate tne Sidneys ana maaaer. in common
with the nerves and dlgHstive organs, and so af
ford lasting aid. It also affords dual assistance
in preventing and curing Intermittent and re
mittent fever. BillotiMies, constipation and
rheumatism it also rubj agates.
SIHE CI! R E FOR FILKS.
Sure cure for bl nd, bleeding and Itching
flics. One bos has cured the worst cane ol ten
years' standing. No one need sulfur ten mirv
uums after aaiug Kir s uerman fue Ointment.
It aDworbs tumors, allays the itching, acU as
a poultice, gives relief. Dr. Kirk's Oertnan Pile
Ointment U prepared only for Piles and itching
of the private p ts, atid nothing else. Every
box is warranted
bold by i lruKits and sent by mail on receiot
of price, 11.00 per oox. J. J. Mack & Co
Wholesale Agents. San KranciKco,
KlTTl'ItE AXti PILES CKKEIK
We positively cure rupture and all rectal dis
eases without pains or detention from business.
jvoenre, no pay; ana no jay until eareo. ai
drewi for pamphlet Drs. Porterneld & Losey, 838
Market street, Sau Francisco.
Beware of imitations of the celebrated Bealpf
North Carolina l'lug (Jut Tobacco.
Tar Gcbkka (or breakfast.
Faultlessly gloved ts the dainty dude,
Kye glaiised and hatted, eke, ts be,
Aua If 1 could deal with hira a I would.
Booted and caned he'd quickly be.
KEEP VOIR BLOOD PL'RE.
Impure blood, however g nera'ed, is al
ways present in the body when pain is felt;
it spreads and ferments wherever a weak
Take Bkandrbtr's Pills to make the
blo d pure and expel all that is hu tful to
t ne system, iiieyaretne one great ana
unfuJ.ii g remedy. They e'e uu-e the bow
els and ten tore equti circulation through
out the body. They preserve the vigor of
youthful, and ol.en save life.
An Echo. "When do you do your best work
Mr. C'jnlcos?" "Never. There is no market for
ANEW PACIFIC COAST ENTERPRISE
V , '.- "I s--r I -r?iy
tT I li rl
3 AT aT
llillllJ-'::iJ"nJ5al-I '-'"""f rift,-
Martinez. Cal.. October 2, 188.
I conld hardly walk or lie down from lame
back ; suffered several weeks, f-t. Jacobs oil
pensinnently cured me, other remedies hnv
ing failed to do to. FliED. HIT I MAX.
Cfoverdale. In A. Feb. 8, IfffT. '
From a bad cold pains settled in my back
and I suffered greatly : confined to bed and
conld hardly move or turn. I tried ft. Jacobs
Oil, which cared me. I do not far recurrence.
MBS. P. M. KEiXHEiMEfL
Arply to MII.O B. STEPHENS & CO., Attorneys,
1419 P street, Washington, D. C. Branch offices
Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago.
MrtcfAmvOapflf D 1 017011 III
Givinfr a fall and complete aocotuit tt tJu eotV'tjirftr,
ainrtler tlUeOTerrof tut Vxx!y arretijoroner irrtVs,
tiit IWlI fcrid renJjrt. The trvafc &!, .r IO- litofs
SosTa. Onelrr 1 2 nv. v..haioI cMut&A)ptLtte. pne
1 to. OtTFITSrttW LI.DT. fc-sd, fit One. 25 OMlL
lor An octnt -. Girt eoroj, n rxt rr-ed- ThiitherLAc it
jocr life-time; biermmis'rtrrixs. A-n-, LkiXU if u -Tut
Mm, Mta-aoi .ekKw 94, Ckic. ill.
BlU tlie mrtli.xl ami restilts wTaen
ijrup f Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant
iu! refreshing to the taste, ami acta
jentlj ret promptly on the Kidneys,
'.aver fin I Bi?rela, cleanses the sjs
ern efiectuallj, dii?pel3 colds, head-
c!i s and fevers and cures habitu.'
-onstiatia perrnanentlj. Fr sale
a 50c aisd 81 bottles fej all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
SA ntwcisco. CAL.
LOUISVILLE, nr. KEW rORK. K.t.
RED CRCSS DIAMOND
rasX- fWtsvB DOZCat, ak4 Vltft W
"fc 'i rit,wa- ' wrtkor. All pili.
St-J IB naUKCboATd fCtZCt. Mf.k VfWMrL ill
1J . - ; m.
II. tint ITna. f adlM. aaa ktlMi. ksw eswMa.
Rstsi mum -epr.
A boarding and day School for
YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.
Most HLTBr-ci. Locatioji is thi CorsTaT
srvr . scvtra juiTiV.
A f. dory has recently Ixen bi ilt, and ia
now putunor up uondensci aiiik ana (.Con
densed Corf-e, under the California
Brand." at Burns Park, Orange county.
Ual. lbe Kod are ol excellent qua ity.
1 lie Condensed Milk equals the best of
E intern manufacture. The Condenncd
Cjffe! combines cream, tugar and coffee.
Hot water only is needei to make an ex
cellent cup of coffee in a few seconds. Trie
o' are warranted Dure and unaduller
aled. They should be Riven preference by
all dealers aud consumers. Ask your
grocer for it.
Undoubtedly Correct. "George," asked Mrs.
Cnm, " what la(-r in the United States has
the largest circniationT Taper money, re
t.iled Cumso promptly.
The peculiarity ot DobSlna' Electric Soap
U that i acts riitht on the d irt and stains
in clothes and makes them pure t kk oir;
at the aame time it prese res the ci-lhes,
and makes them keep clean loncrcr. Hare
y jur grocer order it.
Verr many neople who are taking In snmmer
boarder!" are people who have seen better days
and lived better. So have their boarders.
To en re Biliousness. Sick Headache Constipation.
Malaria. Uver Com plaints, take the safs -and
certain remedy, EOLITH'S
Use the SMALL SIZE M0 little beans to tne bot
tle!. They are the most convenient: salt aU ages,
prteeof eitbei size. 25 cenu per bottle.
KTIGGlrJO t 7 17. 70: Photo-BTa-voie.
fVIOCll'sJ panel size of this pictsre for 4
cents (coppers or stamps).
J F. SMITH CO..
Makers of "Bile Beans. Sc Lonis Ma
Terms for boarders, J 'JOG per rear.
For ratalngne address
D. S. PCLFORD, A.
T scorns. Wash.
Cocons. " Brotcn's Bronehicd Troches'
are ute 1 witn aavantaue to alleviate
cough-, aore throat, hoarseness and bron
chial affect ions. Sold onlg in boxes.
An Item Sntirestlve to Every Community
In the Land.
The news that Mr. Georjre M. Pull
man has offered to erct a monument to
commemorate the massacre of 1813 at
the point in Chicago where it has been
definitely ascertained that Fort Dear
born stood, should be a suggestive item
to every community in the land. There
are few sections of the country which
have not been the scene of stirring, or
at least interesting historical events.
The Central West is full of locations
where Indian fighting, renowned in his
tory, occurred. These points can now
be readily ascertained and permanently
marked at slight expense. Another
generation will find it difficult to do
this. There were many sites of forts
which figured in the civilization of
the West as prominently as Fort Dear
born. All Western cities of importance
have grown up around such fortifications
as this. At the East there are points
that can yet be identified upon the bat
tlefields of the revolution, and houses
which are still standing and known to
have been the headquarters of notable
commanders. There are ruins of forti
fications, both of 1770 and 1813, which
can be plainly traced at various points
along the Eastern coast. But, in ad'
dition to those which are still visible.
there are countless spots of most inter
esting and important history which
can readily be found and thoroughly
identified. The mysteries ot the
Indian mounds should incite the pres
ent generation to preserve American
history. Until recently these matters
have not attracted much gen
eral attention. They richly deserve
National consideration. The exact lo
calities of great events in which either
the armies of civilization or the armies
which fought our wars took patt are
rapidly becoming lost both to sight and
to memory. A very little public spirit
and a small amount of research by local
historical societies would at once rescue
from the teeming past the history and
exact position of thousands of spots
which, in all coming years, would In
terest and instruct our millions. Those
who have driven over the road from
Boston through Lexington to Concord
will appreciate what can easily be done
to preserve the history of important
localities and make it familiar to all
passers. The granite tablets by the
roadside, which tell of . all phases
of those days which show on the birth
places of our independence, add an in
terest to the drive which nothing else
could give it. The brief inscriptions
make it possible to repeople these his
toric spots with the actors of those
patriotic days and scenes which sur
rounded them. It would be a work
worthy of any community to thus mark
and permanently preserve the points of
its local history. There will never
come a time when such monuments will
lose their value. In fact, as the years
pass and the Nation grows in extent and
population and power, such monuments
will grow proportionately in interest
and in wortt. -Cincinnati Commercial.
floor may be covered with it
The belr apparent to the throne of
Japan, Prince liaree, is said so be a
lnstT and active bov ot ten years, who
is being brought up in a very sensioie
way. lie has plenty of exercise, and
while he attends the nobles' school, he
is not filled with foolish ideas ol his
own rank and importance.
The new observatory of the Vatican
inclndes in its scheme meteorological.
mametlcal, seismological. and astro
nomical observations. The last will
consist principally ot celestial pho-
toirranhv in its different departments.
The observatory of the Capitol will
probably not be continued.
Five Uttle Italian boys were recent
ly sold by their parents to an enter
prising stranger "for olive oil and ten
francs apiece. and were being taken by
their purchaser to Hamburg, "to be
shipped with plaster of parls figures to
different parte ot the world," when they
wtra found bv the Austrian police at
Ala, in the Tyrol, and tnt home again.
The contagiousness of phthisis has
been recognized in Germany by mili
tary command. An edict has gone forth
from the War Minister that the evest
of every soldier shall be examined once
a month. It it does not measure
enough, and does not expand with drill
and athletic exercises, he is dismissed
from the army as being predisposed to
Dhthisis and likely to infect his com
Angora-goat farming is perhaps the
most important and profitable industry
of the Tasmanian farmer. This indus
try was introduced into Tasmania forty
years ago, and mohair first appeared as
an export ten years later, the quantity
shinned being 1,03d pounds. In 1875
the clip reached 1,157,000 pounds, val
ued at 5000,000, while in 1887 7,154,000
pounds of hair were exported, valued at
over one million dollars (the price of
the hair having been much reduced by
this time), besides skins to the value of
A missionary who settled in the
Province ot Sz-Chuan, Central China,
and visited the great Buddhist peak.
Mount Omel, describes the temples as
Btill showing many wonderful works of
art. notwlthstandirg conflagrations.
devastating wars and rebelions. Near
the foot of the mountain is a pagoda of
bronze, thirty feet high, in fifteen sto
ries, covered with an immense number
of figures delicately cast Of figures of
Buddha there are no less than tour thou
sand seven hundred, some of which have
been mutilated by collectors of relics.
The present vicar of Melton-Mow
bray, England, has discontinued a ven
erable custom. By an old charter the
vicar ot this parish is authorized to sit
in the church at a specified time and at
a specified table, and collect twopence
from every married parishioner and
threepence from every unmarried par
ishioner. He also has a similar claim
on every drove of cattle entering the
parish. The late vicar enforced these
claims, but the present vicar, Mr. Kar
nav. has decided to let them drop.
A Novel Rat :x terminator.
A novel method of ridding steam
boats ot rodents has been successfully
tested at Pittsburgh. The youngest son
of the captain of a river steamer was
some time ago presented with a pair
of spotted snakes, which, as they were
perfectly harmless, were deposited in
the hull of the boat until tbey could be
conveniently housed. A few days ago
a great commotion was noticed among
the rats, which always infest steamboats
and barges in great numbers, and hun
dreds of them were observed scampering
ashore on the hand-spring and Stern
lines. The evacuation continued all
night, and in the morning the captain
found 'both snakes dead, having been
literally torn to pieces by the infuriated
animals, but not one of the latter was
found on the boat.
New Pension Law.
Gives all wMows sod d sshled soldiers and
sail'irs a tension; im evidence to furnish; no
ducharg - papers rerjuind; advice frtre; no ad
vance expense o fee. Authorized re; ster &
V. 8. Petiri'va Attorney at year.' eite ieocel,
CAl-r: J. H HHf.PfKD and MJ. W. K
Jii'RKiS 3:9 Pine Street, Boom 47, djobuue
V. S. Pniou Agency, 6 1 acisco, Cal.
Kerercnoes, A. J. B -ekl. OfllTii: Oil T . A.
R I.p-. of California, and otfcer department
AROMATIC WILD BALSAM PIL-
,i W: it precrve and improves
he health: its wild mountain fra-
erance soothes, invigorates and refreshes. Can
be used with benefit by aiL and will retain it
balmv virtues for years, izc, lixW: sent pre
paid on receipt of price, 1.2S. Aaents wanted.
Terms liberal. A R'HUA TIC t'lLLuW MFG. CO.,
Ft. Bbaoo Citv, Mendocino. Cat.
OH! IV1Y HEART!
Well, trv Dr. Rocens' Heart Tonic; as a heart
remedy it"ha no equal. Not a slntrle cae where
It has been tried aud has not piven relief. Yon
mat be needing it jtt now and ft areety be
aware of it. As a blood cleanser and purifier it
stands' at the head of the list. Redinpton Co.,
wholesale aeents. pnee . For sale Dy satna'f
JHI SM0XIJ "
Will Ka?e no other Jobaccc
Who once tries
'Stfih OF JiORTJl GAJ?0LIN
Jhis is the secret of its
LielJiD Woilfl Dlspensaiy,
400 6earj Stree'. ?? Saa Francisce, Cil.
-Ka Starr. 4IA Inal !M.
and all dealers in medicines, tend for trial
bottle and testimonials.
For LOS! or F 4111X3 EASH00B:
Seneral andKESVCUS BSIIXIT
Weaimestef Body aaaXind, Efects
sf Errors or Excesses in Old or Yoasfe
aSmi. ::- SAMIOOD rail! Krvtorel. Kcw taxtm is
BtrtlWCAK. rSBKVr LOPEBORhiSSA PARTS Of BBf
Almtalel ntelllMt UOlI IKSATSKST SnrfS la a
tl MUt trmm SO State, Farris Cwlrl. Writ thtm.
BMcrtoiti Boos, rxr.!uUaa sad prsafe milM (mM! fra.
aaanas tUlltTfrlEDICAi. CO., BUFFALO, N. V.
under new Law
SoMiers, Widow, Parents, send for blank ap-
tnlnrmation. ratriex u r arreu,
I plications ano information
t Pension Apcut, Washington
A Correct Diagnosis.
Young Physician (diagnosing a case) The
trouble with you, sir, is you eat too much.
Patient Doctor, what I eat wouldn't keep
a bird alive.
Young Physician Hump I I see, your sys
tem needs nourishment; you don't eat
Patient How much is it, doctor?
Youns Physician Two dollars, please,
J ant So.
Wife (affectionately) How's your rheuma
tism this morning, John?
Husband Pretty bad, my dear, pretty
Wife Why don't yon try the mind cure?
Husband There aint anything the matter
with my mind; it's my joints. Bo.ton
Not Com to the Nob ot It.
Husband What is that you are reading,
Wife A letter from mother.
Husband Anything important in it?
Wife I don't know. I haven't got to the
postscript yet, Harper s Bazar.
ibe average 01 money orougnt inie :
this country with the thousands of im
migrants recently landed at rew York,
is said to be about fifteen dollars jest
about enoutrh to pay railroad fare over
to the valley of the Ohio.
n IJInrtrln 9 Pn leather Manufacturers
.U.niWiUiOSUJ. and Dealers,
4t4 Mattery t., Irauciwa.
Highest market price paid for Hides, Pelts
Send Stamp for Our Pamphlets.
We have somethine new which will save
K1RKW00D HARD RUBBER COMPANY,
Cor. Market & Jones Sts-, 4th oor, room 131,
Price, S. Lady Apents Wanted. - .
at art V SUh
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Liebig International Sargical Itrstitnte.
R Imiixcu r-a raarrrw. T7.s ;
Ba Facilitie. ApratJM sad BMdiet ?-r SsKwesfnl Tl mt
rauaf Xvery Form Hw-ase Resjcixtac IbMueat
or &-r4caI Tr r-crniec--
wam ea rnti rt as ox befokbtvtfs, as nts-lu-is
or ar.s an smis.
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PRIVATE AMD SPECIAL DISEASES.
Xrm Cttw. Wrntt Ctty. SfU, wfl -
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AND MORPHiXE HABIT
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MINERAL SPRINGS CO..
n A mF VT HJ "T" CS o tained Fees mod
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a da ieeFKEK. J. R LrrrBi.fc.opp. PatetOf-
fiee. Wash ng on, D. C. IMentUm this paper).
The Best Family Soap
Dobbins Electric Soap is cheaper for yon
to use. if you f-dlom rlireriiom. than any
other soaps would be if given to yon. for by
its u$e clothes are tared. Clothes cost more
Don't you trfint to rce mmep, clothes,
time, labor, fuel, and bealihT All these can
be saved if yon will tnt Dobbins Electric
Soap. We say " tr-i." knowing if you try it
once, you will always use it." Have your
FTueer order it. .
H. 1VI. BISSELL &. CO.
219 fro nt St., San Francisco, cau
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD,
1 B 3 arc
- - - It 1'
Are Cured by
STEINWAY. aV BKACM.'Gablor. R
clah Pi anna: Rnrdettursrana Band Instruments.
Laxireflt stock of Sheet Music and Books. Bancs
4iinolied at Eastern FTioea. MA 11 HI Ap
URAY CO- 806 Post Street Ban Francisco.
Engines, Horse Powers, Self-Feeders
If yem want a first-class machine,
do not purchase until you have
looked np the record of the "Advance," as it is the only machine in the
market that will give absolute satisfaction. Send for descriptive cata
logue to '
Z. T. Wright, General Agent,
Foot of Morrison Street. Portland, Oregon.
Also dealer in General Machinery and Supplies.
THAT CAN BE CSET EVERT DAY
is the kind that pays. Scores of
youn? business men. and hun
dreds of book-keeoers and sten
ographers of both sexes, attribute their success to a course at the Portland Busi-
neSS UOIiege, roniana, uregon, or tne viipi UA1 fcSUSiness tvOliege, toaiem,
Oregon. Both are under the management of A. P. Armstrong, have same courses of
study, same rates of tuition. Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship and Eng
lish Departments. Write to either for joint Catalogue and specimens of penmanship.
r s w s 1 S ts s wws ctx ism ws-
3 -Bonl-refuse all-
who have need Triao
Cur. for Crmmmptioa
aey it la BEST QW AI.L.
Bold varywhara. a.
Diamond Drill Work.
uruuua Just a liius,
"What's that?" asked a man, referring
to a dude whose arm had been crushed
by a wagon.
"That," was the reply, "ia a ground
well." West Shore.
m,. Tlntfl Danenantf nil f CONTRACTORS
I with Diamond Core Drill lor oil, mineral or wa
ter. Holes bored for ventilation or drainage.
Aeents far Dlamona Drill Macnmery ana oup
nliea. t;orresTonaeuce soucitea. xi imu
I seme street, San Francisco.
H. P. N. U. No. 351 S. F. N. U. No. 42S I
a. Y. ftak A A
soiia coae orscounne soap.
f4 used -or cleaning purposes
I asked a maid if she would wed,
And in my home her brightness shed;
She faintly smiled and murmured low,
"If I can have SAPOLIO." I