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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1890)
Pare Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil, Glass
Stationery, Fine Perfomery, Brashes and Combs,
CIGARS AND FANOY TOILET ARTICLES,
- Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
DR. C II. DUCKET?,
Betvrrea O. T. Cotton
Peterson & Wallace.
J. K. WEATHERFORD,
Attorney - at-Law.
CSe over Fvnt National Bank,
ALBANY, . OREGON.
W. R. BILYEU,
T. S. Pillsbupy,
- - V . 1
ED. KELLENEESGER, Projr
Fresh & Salted Beef; Pork, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, and Ham.
Eaaoi) at?d Card fllwiys or? apd.
Main Street, Lebanon, Or.
Stop and Read.
Shampooing and Spanish l.nster carea the acalp
Hot and Cold Baths.
Indalgre in the
Kelt door to Peteraon & Wallace's real estate
I. R. BORUM, Proprietor,
t T aanavAr amys tta bai tha W.
efcoe wiisast u am .na tnvT. i
uta iwrrtoan, pm mm aown aa a
17. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE .t?."..
1tst In the wrtd. CitinliM bta
5.00 f.ETIK HANIVSEWKD SHOE.
a.OO HAMkSEWKD WFH.T SHOE.
HJiO POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
.60 EXTRA VAI.CE CALF KUOiu
(t WiWOKKINfiMAN'S SHOE.
2.0O sad ttl.TS BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
Jul DLiada ia oafrreaa, BuUe and Laaa.
IV. L. DOUGLAS
C3 OHOE lafdTe.
Tfatarlal. Bt Style. Beat FltrimC
" j- hv vfttir dnalrr. wr
w.'x. myvGUks. brogktos, :
mine W. U. Doug-las $2
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EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Panic Route.
(- tram lea. Fwtland illt
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nlf fUntn( station north of
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TOCR1ST RLCBPISQ CAR!
ro seeoatnodaMoa of md l wrrm attacks!
to upna trams.
West Side Division.
Btlwraa Parti and and Corvallle.
Hall train daily (even Sunday.
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At Albans and Ourraltts eonao- IU train of 0-
goa Factac ratlraHL
Fllirw train daily (asocvt 8 an day).
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TkrnnrK Ttekat to All Tolnta Ea.t rd
MT Tat ttrkr and full Infomathm rrfrdia ralaa.
Btafw, ru.. ail m eumpany agi nt at Lrioaua.
aTEi.HL:rt. E P K.KlKRB.
Maaaaar. Arat. O. T A Vm. Aaoil
J. t, COWAJt.
J. M. mAUTOlt.
Bank of Lebanon,
Trusts a toral Mlki BusIiks.
ACCOUNTS KEPT SUBJECT TO
Bxcnanfe aold on New York Su
Franciaco, Portlaad and Albany, OregxM.
Collections made on favorable term a.
: DSALRK IN :
Groceries sol provisions.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
Fcrein ni Doinsstic rmiU,
Qneenaware and Glassware, Lamps and
Paajrsr Csh for Rg(a.
Main Stratat. Lab anon, oraton
ft. L McCLRUE,
(Saoeeaaor to C B. Habmor.)
Barber : and : Hairdresser.
MIAVTKG, HAIR CUTTING AND
0 Shampooing in the latest and best
itrle. Special attention paid to dressing
parties' nair. Your patronage respacv
He Would you care much if I should
steal a kiss ?
She (strictly Purtanic) I should.
could not bear to look at you again,
should I know you to be guilty of vio
lating, in the smallest degree, one of
the commandments. If you must have
a kiss, occasionally, ask me for it and
will only be to willing to donate it, but
you must not steal it. Life.
The many accidents which ha
been caused by the ignition of alcoholic
vapors discharged during the operation
of varnishing the interior of beer casks.
which arise from the exposure of the
illuminent required, can now be pre
vented. The ordinary lanterns used are
being replaced by the electric light. Aa
iscadescent light of small candle power
is surrounded by a strong iron frame.
which protects the lamp without ob
structing the light. The frame of the
lamp is provided with a hook, by which
it may be hung in the belt of the work
nan or suspended from the wood of the
cask. The lamp is very handy and is
supplied with current from a storage
battery which will operate for twenty
Sour hours witbeut being recnarged.
ENGLISH COURT ETIQUETTE.
Betna of tha Things Which Make a Court
Hall Well Worth Weelns;.
Etiquette is the very life and health
of a court It is observed even in llir
arrangements of seats. On each side of
the small low diss, intended exclusively
for royalty, are rows of chairs which, I
was told, were definitely and clearly ax
signed, not by law, but by absolute al
though unwritten custom, to the differ
ent orders In the social scale who accept
the Queen's invitation. No one but
those prescribed might occupy them.
Thus on one side are Duchesses and
Marchionesses; on the other, AmhasMa-
dresses and ladles of the Corps Ptplo
tnatlque. It was my good fortune ' to
witness a very pretty and graceful
little ceremony in connection
with these distinctions, when
a young and beautiful bride arrived,
who, within the last few months, had
become a Duchess. This was her first
appearance as such at a court ball, and
she was making her Way diffidently to
ward the position to which her newly
acquired rank entitled her when the
whole of the Duchesses present rose
simultaneously to greet their sister
peeress and to receive her into their
What makes the court ball so well
worth seeing is the fact that almost
very body In the room has some well-
grounded claim to distinction. My own,
will admit, was but reflected lustre,
and I entered paradise under the wing
f others, like the rent of the debutant es.
But these others represented all that Is
most notable and prominent in London.
Boclal rank of all the higher grades was
fully represented, wealth where It was
associated meritorious money-getting,
dlstlnguinhed sen Ice to the State, and
high professional repute. Nothing
proved this better than the brilliant dis
play of decorations, the constellation of
stars, crosses and medals, all attesting
the presence of every degree of merit,
and every form of celebrity. Little less
distinguished but from extreme contrast
was the plain, almost homely, black
dress suit of the American Minister,
ho, of course, wore no decorations
whatever. He was the only man there
thus simply attired, the type of a great
Republic which acknowledges no kind
of distinction but that of personal merit,
and perhaps, so my father says, thinks
more of such baubles than the most arls
tocratle nation in the world. Murray's
JUSTICE NEVER SLEEPS.
An Ohio Solomon 1" roves tha Past to i
While at the post-office in an Ohio
village I heard the report that a mur
derer had been captured, and so I fol
lowed the crowd to the lock-up to learn
more about It. There I found a prison
er whose every appearance proved the
professional tramp. He was about forty
years of age, very cool, and he greeted
the charge of murder with a laugh. In
a short time be was taken before a jus
tice of the peace for examination, and I
found a seat in the crowd. One look at
the justice satisfied me that he realized
the awful gravity of the situation and
felt the foundation stone of the
United States resting on his broad
"Prisoner." he began, "don't trifle
ith this court, for it won't be al
"Who's going to trifle?" was the ans
"Don't you do it, sir don't you do
it! Now. then, do you want to con
"Last night at eight o'clock.
"Humph! How far Is it to Cleveland,
"And I slept all night in a barn back
here three miles?"
"That's so. Judge," said a farmer in
the crowd. "He came along at nine
o'clock last night and I let him in there."
"Vou are sure?"
"And you won't confess?" ha asked of
"How can I being as I have done noth
"Very wesftaneh obstinacy deserves
punishment, and I awntence you to the
county jail for ninety daya."
"To prove to you that Justice never
sleeps, sir never. You may think he
do, but she don't she don't, sir. Yon
have been overtaken at lant, sir at last.
air; and the constable will take charge
of the prisoner, and court is adjourned."
N. Y. Sun.
The Tramp Waa Bhoekad.
lie was a persistent street beggar; his
beat was on Van Buren street noar
Clarke he would hang on to a man for
half a block persistently asking for a
dime with which to pay for his lodging.
There happened along a couple of well
dressed newspaper men, who to all ap
pearances seemed to own the town. The
beggar stepped out from his dark corner,
squared himself before the two men, and
was about to present his accustomed
plea, when the nesrerof the two sud
denly faced the tramp and said:
"Say, friend, gimme a dime to get a
drink, for I'm bo blanked hungry that I
don't know where I'm going to sleep to
night" The professional beggar first looked
puttied, then amdsed, then gave two or
three convulsive gasps and fell in a fit
Took Him at Hla Word.
Slowpay (to collector) I can't pay yon
to-day. Please call again.
Collector This is very annoying. I
don't want to do that
Slowpay Then stay awsy; but don't
ay that I didn't invite you. West
An Honest Man.
Bronson I suppose I may aa well
charge up that $25 you owe me to profit
and loss. Brokeley My dear sir, I am
a man of honor. I will pay you that
money, sir, if I have to steal it Hun
ter's Weekly. .
A gentleman in Parts, Tex., owns a
fc-orse which makes a habit of eating
young chickens. Every time a young
chicken comes within reach of the
horse it is sure to be swallowed.
Jinks "Finemind doesn't seem to
get along at alL What is the matter?
Is he behind the times?" Blinks
"Worse. A thousand times worse. He's
ahead of them." Good News,
M. Trojanowski, a Polish chemist,
has discovered what he claims to bo a
substitute for gum arabic, by boiling
one part of flaxseed with eight parts of
dilute sulphuric acid in eight parts of
water until the mixture, which at first
thickens, becomes quite fluid. The
compound is then strained through mus
lin and four times its volume of strong
alcohol is added. The precipitate after
being filtered, washed with alcohol and
carefully dried, produces a clear gum
devoid of all taste or odor. Thirty
grains, it is said, are a sufficient emul
sion for an ounce of cod liver oiL The
value of this invention will, of course,
depend on how far this new article caa
be relied on as a substitute for the orig
inal, and the cost at which it -ean. be
produced for the market
Roma of Ilia Ml. a Bavin Worked Over
It vhas no fun to kick a man whovhns
too meek to resent it, und it vhas no use
to argue mit a man who vhas too deal
to hear you.
Kttfen if we haf a bird in our handt,
we vhas always looking for some more
in der bushes. Human nature vli:i
nefer quite satisfied.
Yben I comes home at midnight und
ray wife says noting, den I know dat
he vhas camped on my trail und vhlll
make me tired. Vhen she jaws und
blows und cries, den I knows she vhas
soon oafer it und doan care.
While I detest selfish people, I hah
discovered dat what pleases me der most
Is also werry satisfactory to the major
Ity of the poobllo.
My nabur on the left hand believes
dot shildren should be brought oop by
moral suasion. Der one on my right ho
llefs dot one licking vlts better and five
suasions. Kach vhas sooch a firm be
liever dot it lets my boy oudtal together
und he has his own vhay.
It vhasn t der man in uer grocery so
mooch as der people who trade mlt him
dot vhas responsible. All of us know
vhat he will say to us when we ask him
if dot box holds a quart of strawberries.
It has purty good advice dot you
doan' bet on somebody else's game, but
it vhas better advice dot you doan' bet
I doan know howoldtdls worldt vhas.
nor how long It took to make It, but I
belief jny health vhas better dan as If I
alt oop nights to wonder alxiut her.
Sometimes I meet a man who argues
mlt me dot der Democratic candidate
vhas der beat. Sometimes I meet a man
who offers to bet me feefty dollar dot
der Republican vha'. der best It vhas
dot vhay in polities you vhas either
out-argued or bluffed.
Women must be averaged np dersanie
as man. Nature mvle her to weep over
her husband's grave one spring, und
take on a second by der next mltout any
weeping. Dot vhas all right W hen a
man vbaa dead he vhas no good to any
It seems to me, if I should net oitdt to
educate a boy for State prison und dor
gallows, der first shtep I should take
would be to ridicule the Hlbleund laugh
at der Idea of a (Sod.
I can keep hens tin J feel all right to
wards my neighbors, but it Is strange
dot vhen my neighbors keep liens 1 vhas
mad at 'em all der time! iKitrolt Free
THE CHURCH AND THE LODGE
Alarm at tha Inroads Made I'pon
llglow by ftoere t Organisation.
Wliat shall be the attitude of the
el lurch toward the secret orders which
have multiplied so rapidly throughout
the country during the last few years?
With many of our churches no problem
b more serious, or beet with greater
complications. The pmbletn would lie
simplified somewhat if these tirgnnita-
uona were made tip entirely of men
who have professed no allegiance to
the church, but the place which the
lodge holds in the affections of many a
church member Is what gives rise to
great anxiety. Sad though the confes
sion la, it must be acknowledg-xl that
some men whoee names are on the
church roll habitually give precedence
to the secret society over the church.
If the meetings conflict the successful
competitor for their presence is the
former. They liave no time to spare
for the great religious gatherings like
those at Saratoga, but they will go a
long distance to be present &t a con
clave of their fraternity.
At the meeting of the Vermont Con
gregatioiutlitita at Rutland the subject
aroused the liveliest discuseion of the
whole session. Resolutions mildly def
locating the absorption of some Chris
tians in such interests were set one
side, because a few thought t lint the
formal protest would lie considered a
declaration of war, and would emlwir
rass them in their efforts to counteract
the baneful influences of ' " t-se societies.
Yet not a man who spoke failed to ad
mit that Christian concerns In his own
community were suffering on account
of them. Several who live in towns of
only a few thousand inhabitants re
ported from twenty to forty thriving
We believe that Vermont is not ei
eeptional In this respect. The lodge
using the term to include the meetings
of the various secret orders will be
found strongly intrenched all through
the country, growing in numbers and
power, and everywhere detaching the
devotion of Christian men from the
chureli, and too often, we fear, from
the straightforward eervice of their
master. Recent figures, carefully com
piled, show that Boston has 243 church
es to 599 lodges ; Brooklyn, 335 church
es to 695 lodges; ..Washington, 181
churches to 316 lodges; Chicago, 384
churches to 1,088 lodges, and the same
proportion obtains in other cities.
French Royalists Sell to tha Kaiser.
Three French royaliMts have just sold
the historical estate of D'Urville, of
which they were by heritage the co
proprietors. The purchaser is the Ger
man emperor, who took a fancy to the
place when he first visited Met it, and
has ever since watched for an oppor
tunity of buying it. The estate in ques
tion is wedged in between German Lor
raine and Luxemburg. Some centuries
ago it was under the sovereignty of the
house of Orange, or rather constituted
a little sovereign state in itself.
Louis- XVI bought it from Maria
Theresa and the Emperor Joseph for
40,000. The king was to have gone
there if he had escaped from the Tuile
ries, and would have been guarded by
a regiment of De Bouille's division. As
Urville was close to the Luxemburg
frontier he could easily have with
drawn from France if threatened by
the revolutionary army. Thrt estate of
Urville became part of the national do
main and was sold to the Bande Noire,
bnt the old chateau and the timber in
the park escaped being demolished
and cut down. The castle is a noble
pile, and the park in which it stands is
richly wooded. Cor. London News.
Gen. Flsk's Rooraeran;.
MaJ. Ford II. Rogers tells an amus
ing anecdote of the late Gen. Clinton
B. Fisk. The general was addressing a
Sunday school convention. One of the
speakers' had reminded the children
that it was Washington's birthday.
"Children," said Gen. Fisk, "you all
know that Washington was a general.
Perhaps you know that I am also a
general Now, can any one tell what
was the difference between Gen. Wash
ington and myself f
"I know, sir," piped a small boy in
the back part of the room,
"'Well, what was the difference f
said Gen, Fisk, smiling at the lad's ea
gerness. "George Washington couldn't tell a
lie, sir," cried the boy in exultant tones.
Screams of laughter followed, in which
the general joined as heartily as the
cast Detroit Neva
ITMKVKIt FA I t.H -Tit If IT VOI'ItMRLF
San FitANriM u, January HO, 181)0.
ATartuttcfurrni of the Ortat Sierra Kid-
ney and Hitr Curt.
Cknti.K.mkn: I have been a sufferer from
kidney comp'atnt for several years, and
have usnd meillctne uoon medicine with
nit any apparent relltf uitlll a friend of
nine told mi of the wonderful cures ac
wmplUhed by your remedy. I sm In
ucrd to buy a bottle but without much
faith. After using the first bottle I no-
ii-ed such au Improvement I kept on until
I had taken three bottles, and can ta'el
y that t am entirely cured and never fell
'eiler In my life. I can gla'My recommend
he Crcat Sleira Kidney and l.lver Ctre t
all people that ere suffering In any wa
with kidney and urinary disorders. He
p ctfu'ly your, L. H. C'mw,
Atlantic & lHne Pub. C J , room fii, St
Ann's building, city.
" Vim were rtm about my son, ilixior. Vou
mIiI itrlnk wmilil kill him. ' 'Aii1 how have I
Ihm-u provnl ronx?" ' He's ln hmiKeil," re
liirui'il the .-mini mother triumphantly.
l'l'T ON Til B It HAKES
If you flml you are Roiui downhill In point ot
rHlllnif strt-inmi. Imnalreil i11l-
ml aHnlmilHIIiin are the marks of ilt-rllue,
l'he'k tlir ami other Imtleatlotia ol premature
ileray with the rtmi.t vltnliju-r ami rr.traltiliiR
lonte, iiiwtftter etoinacli Hitters. Hi-pltmlnt;
at the ftiuiitnln hcs'l, the stomach, the Hitler
remeillf Its tnrttlrh'iii-y, rutwK Its ernus ami
nets It vltorotily at work. The iltm-xtlve orxau
Is thus enable! to thoroughly sepHritte. from the
food Its nutritive principle, lilrh the IiIimhI
stxlmllntlnu. Is enriched, thus la the system
nourlKhctl. ami Im'Iiir uourlsluHi, strettRthrtieil,
ami abnormal wa.le of its tissues Nisyet. ApiM
tlte the now Mr to rt-t well. a resular h'ahft are also
re-entshllNhe.!, ami the various functions move
once more In their DHtursI ami healthful frroove.
'I lie hitters, moreover. Is m necl!lc for ami pre
ventive of tiisUrlnl t'oniplHluta, rheumali.
liiliousiies ami kidney troubles.
Booils-rass I'd like to pay that hill, but I can't
tiFt now. Vou mut frive me time. t-'relllor-
ilon't mlml itlvinr: )ou time, hut yott seem to
Ct'ltKIt F KrlKALOIt.
Lottie Ifc Der au, Eat Ylew, Weslcbea
ter county, M. Y writes:
" I have been a g - at sufferer wiih pain
In the back of my head, wonte than any
headache. I cjtild not reach It with in
ternal tu -dl lite at all, and during the
cold wra'her t hsvesullered excruciating
ly. I finally thought I would try an ALL,
i in k's I'l.AxrKK applied to the nape of my
neck. In IcsH than half a day the pain en
llr ly cea.ed."
Mauntnv the navy Is the next problem before
the country new crew. lr, for the new ertilseis,
a It were.
For waHhiug Jt tnnrl Dob'dna Electric
S tap la rnrirt rou.v. ltlankets and woolen
wanned with i' look like rwic, and there is
absolutely no thrinking. No other soap
In the world will d aurh ftfrfeet work,
tilve It a trial notr. "
I'll haua my t-lothe on a h!i kory limb." said
the man with a wooden lfK as hr put on his
Rron HiTt-t. For hoarenesj and sore
throat " Jtrw-n'a Uronchiiii J'rocAea" ate
Tha Art of Fast Walking. -
Persons who have never been trained
to walk fast generally quicken their
gait by bending forward and lengthen
ing the stride, at the same time bend
ing the knees very much at each step.
It is pretty safe to say that no one can
possibly adopt this style and keep a
fair walk at a faster gait than six miles
an hour. The fast walker must keep
himself erect, his shoulders back and
chest thrown out. He must put down
his forward foot and heel first, and
with the leg straight He must take
strides so quick that they look short
He must. If he expects to get a good
stride, work his hips considerably, over
coming the eidewise tendency of the
Up movement by a compensatory
twinging of the arms. The length of
stride in fast walking is astonishing to
those who look at it Harper's Weekly .
. Gen. John C. Fremont who has had a
slight attack of influenza, is able to take
short walks. This is the first illnees
"The Pathfinder" has experienced, al
though he is in his 77th year.
The Chicago Tribune affirms that this
sign is displayed on State Btreet in that
city: "Columbus Laundry. Come in ami
get your shirt washed and ironed while
Two Russian climbers of Mount Ara
rat found in perfect preservation a mini
mum thermometer, which was left there
Last year. It registered 50 dega. below
I Never tonch a vine that has three fin
gvred leaves -that is, leaves divided intfl
three parts. Vines that show five fin
geml leaves may lie handled with safety.
Poisou ivy has three fingers.
The late Emily Pfeiffer, the traveler
nd poet, left all the money that she re
ceived from her husband for the estab
lishment of cottage houses for orphan
prls to be called J urge n Edward Pf filler
What is Scrofula
It Is that Impurity In the blood which, areumtt
latlnpr lu the glands of the neck, produce un
sightly lump or swelling: w hich causes painful
ruunlns sore on the amis, legs or feet; which
develops ulcers lu the eyes, ears or uo-e, often
causing hllnduess or deafness; which Is the or!
(tin of pimples, cancerous Rrowths. or the many
other manifestations usually ascribed: to " hn
mors;" which, fastening npou the liniRs, causes
consumption and death. Reins the most ancient,
It Is the most general of all diseases or affections,
for very few persons are entirely free Irom It.
How Can It Be Cured
By taking Hood's HarKapHrllla, which, by the
remarkable cures it has accomplished, often
when other medicines have failed, has proven
Itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for
this disease. tome of these cures are really won
derful. If you suffer from scrofula lu auy of Us
for ns, be sure to try
Sold by all drugnlHts. II; fix for .V Prepared
only by f. I. HOOD & CO., Unveil, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
A GAIN OF A roDNO A OAV IN THE
) CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "AIX
RUN DOWN," AND HAS BEGUN TO TAKE
j THAT REMARKABLE FLESH PRODUCER,
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH
Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda
IS NOTHING UNUSUAL. THIS FEAT
HAS 11KEN PERFORMED OVER AND OVER
5 AGAIN. FALATARI.E AS MILK. En-
horsed by Physicians. Sold by all
! Druggists. Avoid substitutions and
Local or Traveling,
To sell our well-known Nursery stock. We want
trnod, lively workers, and will pay well com
mission or" salary. Good references required.
Applv quick.. L L. MAY iSi CO., Nurserymen,
tit Paul, Minn.
J WnaiW. 174
j mail! tlC
4V AFCS. J&h.
ltr I Olll II TU llKtl.TII.
Another Mult "M ml llitppy hi lira, liar
rill's Klectrle Treatment. -
Tothr Pullir: For many years I have
been siiircrinwr from general debllllv. lame
back, liver and kidney troubles At time
I would fall to the irroued. and wou d lie
there some time bt fore J knew what bad
The (ireater part of my life for a number
of years bad b-en one of pain, mi-wry,
nlooiny aiul weary of life and unab'e to
work. lu thla million I couuaeb cl with
Dr. Darrln In reference to my suAering-i
an I trouble. They gave me encourag-m-
lift, and talked lo tie ao kluniy aud
fit ixOy and said they con! I cure me.
I went under thefr treatment by elec
tr thy and medicine', which baa removed
til in v stiflei'lugi and trouble away, and
now I ant enjoying the b esHiug-t of good
health and happiness. I know what 1 am
living for now, and cheerfully recommend
the D.M-tnrM treatment to all efll cted oil .
For further particulars ad ire
A. D. Nhwandkh,
Sept. HI, 1WJJ. Fast Prilatt , Or.
lira, ltarrlu s 1'l.iro of Itoslnes. .
Dr-. Darrln e'en b consulted 'daily at
the VaM-.inton building, c-jrner K urth
tnd Wa-lrtiKton streets, Portland.
II nirs 10 to r: evetiliiga, 7 to 8; Sundays.
N to it. Ali chronic diaeaseM, blood
aim. IrrcKii'arHlea of women, losa
f vital power and early india
cretlotis permanently cured, though no
references are ever made In the prexx con
eernlng such caMea, owing to the d- llcacy
of the patients. I-xamiuatlotta free to all,
ami circular will lie aeut free to any ad
d-ess. Charg a for treatment according
to patient a ability to pay. All
private dliteaes confidentially treated and
cure Kuaranteed. Patient at a dbttanre
can be cured by home treatment. Medl
cities and 1. 1 tern aent without the ooct tn
Actions .peak louder than words, miles von
apeu to le using I lie telephone.
AM KLKtlANT FACRAOB
rare novel tie, ahapes and
oleotrranhlc and chro
matic carda. This large and beautiful col
lection aent by mall to any one who will
lo this; Huy a bos of the genuine Dr. O.
McLane'a Celebrated Liver Pills from any
IrugKlat price 25 cents, and mail us the
outaide wrapper with your address, plain
ly written, and 4 cent lu ft tamp. The
genuine Mrline's Pillt are prepared onlj
by Fleming Bros., IntlHburgh, Pa anc
have been In constant tpte f.ir over alxtj
year. They ae stqwrior to all other In
uritv and efl'ecll veneaa. A pertain ran
tor llKlltreatlon and Sick headiu he. Arl.
dreaa, Fleming UroH.. PilUburnh, Pa.
Politician, ire a roed deal like shoe Von
can't expect the machine made one to be of Hie
THV flKttMKa for breakfaot.
F.1S"" -a I
n- n m m J
MIlK IIFTHE SKIS ASI PCAI.P
f Infsitcv and chlhthot.l. whether torttir-
Itn. it-niiritiir. Itchfug. tHiratug:. scaly, erupted.
illoply or til.tr-bv, with bws of hafr. and every
mpur) v of ttie hi,.!, whether simple, scrofu
lous . r he editarv, is siteediiv. permanently and
imomlcally cured by the t'ruccR kKieniB.
consisting of rmi i'ki. the rrint skin cure. If
T era Sotr. au eiiillteklu puri tier and hcait-
nner, ami I i th cat itr' vkxt, tne new blood
and skin purifier and nreatest of hnmorreme-
ilies. w hen the best physicians and ail other
remedies fall. Parent., save rour children year
ol menial and physical surTerina. Begin now.
lelay are ianttcrou. Cures made in childhood
Hold every where. Price. Ct'Tt'TRA. SOe; four,
if?-: Hixinmt, II. Prepared by potter lirug
ami t hemic a! orpornt ion. Boston. Ms-.
Send lor How to Cure Wood and rkln Di-
ttnbv's skin and scalp purified and
betutlfled bv I'CTti i ll r-osr.
Kidney pniti. tmckache and inunrutir
henmntistn relieved on one minute bv the
elehraied ctiitut AwTt-ria PutMraaie.
PAINLESS. If ii
DXWORTH A GUINEA A BOX-OU
For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS S,H
Sick Headiiche, Weak Stomach, Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,
ACTING LIRE MAGIC on the vital organs, strengthening the
muscular system, and arousing with the rosebud of health
The Whole Phydcal Ener sy of the Human Frame.
Beecfiam's Pills, taken as directed, will quick If RESTORE
FEMALES to complete health.
SOLD BY ALL ORUCCISTS.
Price, 25 cents per Box.
Frfpared enly by TH08. BEECH A K, gt, Helett, lanca-hir, England.
B. F. A 1.1. K.V iole Atpula far l uitd Atores, .VftI Jt 317 CWnoI St.. Krm
Ttrk. trhn (If poxr rirttttttint tiara mat keej. ) M-tl I mmit Hrrhmm fills a,
t of ftrtrr mi ttttfMtrr prmw.
PORTLAND'S GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION
OPENS SEPTEMBER 25.
Slutnor Liberates Military Band of Fifty
li and one-half acrea of floor space Ailed
won lertui aiie. A world oi Mcehai lea in
lion and view Ha wonders In every de a
opportunity such as has never been presented to the people t f thi Coant before.
THE FAT AND DOMESTIC STOCK DEPARTMENT
v iii open repiemoer zo ana close uciooer
thta rtenarlment. Meek llepartment oren
-Itlon fr tn 1 p. M. until 1U P. M. On- admisni n ticket admits to b dh. Price, ad n Its.
oil cent; chUdre". cents. Heduced ra
i nriinnii. r or information aiidre-w
If you want a first-clags machine, do not purchase until you havt
looked up the record of the "Advance," as it is the only machine n tht
market that will cive absolute satisfaction. Send for descriptive cata
Z. T. Wright, General Agent,
Foot of Morrison Street Portland, Oregon,
Also dealer in General Machinery and Supplies. -
ographers of both sexes, attribute their success to a course at the Portland BtlSr
ness Collecre. Portland. Oreiron. or the Capital Business Colletre. Salem.
Orepon. Both are under the management
study, same rates of tuition. Bustness,iyhorthand,Typewnttnj, fenmanship and b,ng-
usa iJcpurtmenis. vv rue toeiuier lorjouic
fbiTicvybelTue whaVsome men say.
ii iticxL4i i ut; 1 1 la
Y is o solid cexke o
9 C ST 11 T
For many years SAPOLIO has stood as the finest and
best article of this kind in the
and, although it costs a trifle
outlast two cakes of cheap
mi'rb i iihk roa nun,
Hare rare for blind, bleed. n aud!t:h)as Pi!.
One li has cared tha worst raae of ten yean'
ttaudiuir. No one need inffei ten mlneu- afbat
asstm Kirk's German file Ointment it absorbs
tomors, allays the ltz-h Inn, acts aa a pott It Ice,
Site relief. Dr. Kirk- Uermtg File Ointment
Is pre-r-d only for Plaea and lUrhluf of the
private part, and uothluf else. Every boa t
Hold by rirtnrirlsts and sent by mall en receipt
of price, f 1.00 er box. J. J. Hack Co., Whole
sale Ateuta, Han Frauclaeo.
Iti rTt'RE AND FILES Cl'KEIt.
We positively cure rupture and
all rectal dla-
eases without pains or detention from
No cure, no prv: and
pay until cured. Ad
irterfield A l.'Ser.NM
dre.s for pamphlet Iirs. t'orterfleld
Market street, Han Francisco.
Both the method and results when
Bjrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently jet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem efectually, dispels cold?, head
tches and fevers and cures habit",',
constipation jiermafienUy. For sale
in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
81 ff)CI8C0. CU
lovisnue. nr. hew tout, .r.
? Sir-rsaa Stek Haadaoao. CotaMtpatta.
Malaria, Li.ar 0 plaint, take tha aX
a4 aanaka tw ay. SMITH'S
Vm tha SMALL Sits HtOa kaaaa to the ha.
W . Tr art Ik Bt MfMlsst:
frrteeat Haar tlx, l east par twuia.
laupiisaa ar at-apai-
r. SaffTH a oa ,
teef'tlla Sa. St. Loata M
I CURE FITS.
When I say cor I on t
for tiro and U-"o tt tbeta rutqrn sajg-tlo. w&t a
MsV or FAUJ.NU lSK'KNitaAcfti.l4ocVndf.
warranl mf mmtmif tae-r the woni CaWist. Hec&i
sl?rj rmrm. Piw mmo- um n:irm of r rra, fcriXr-
othmrm h- f-u-Kt m no rvmswo is sat nam rmemnng t
tttr. K-oH at anrm in m tramii aad rm Bou.lv
my miMi:h! mnsMij. flir riprtaa ana romt iri
STEIN WAY, Cabler iBd Peise Pianos
Meanlnc the Bnrr Plsso Mtt, and the famrtta
e racer P sresi; ail M- si al Iraerametits; hands Hup
p M; Unre -rk ! She- MtttM f-rciswsr Ball,
Vaii4 iiH f t Hbert; Mtimis Ultf Co. UaU
and -r our aew roooa aod arw stoek.
RATINtM ASil BVNOP3W Or
PKH.ION AMU HOCMTV LAWS.
Itlauk and information free to
any address. 7 ait It aits ttlrklorat. Washing
ion, ii. t .. laieoi it, n., sua -.. it. Jafantry.
under new Law
r-oi.iiera, w idow s, t areiiu, end for blank ap
dilations and information. Patrick O'r'arrell.
t'ensms Agent. Washington. I. O.
IIU - S EFFECTUAL
( jren Horn thla pnnrr.J
CLOSES OCTOBER 25.
Selected Musician l I famish the manic.
to ove rl-iwinx w ith the woniera of this
Alimalnre. rot to visit this threat Rxposf
Imeut of art and cleti-e will be to miss an
z. f o.oto la it. red In cash premiums in
to visitors fri m 9 A M. until S p. u. Expo
es on all tranap'wtation lines leading to
k. v . ALi.K.,upt. and S c y.
THE DDI DIE
Engines, Horse Powes, Self-Feeders
THAT CAN BK U8W) EVERY BA?
is the kind that pays. Scores of
young business men, ana Hun
dreds of book-keepers and sten
of A. P. Armstrong, have same courses of
vaiaiogue ana specimens oi penmansnip.
xjryv i text ex iiivsi i say.
world. It knows no equal,
durability makes it
It is therefore the
grocer will supply it at a
PRORSPTLY CURED DY
Au lu.. ikSS.
t f nffcreil irro rears
Ith i mlo In ntv side:
oetora fal i-d to belo
me; r)t. Jan t Oi 1 cu red
no return of pa! a.
LKMMOX, K J4.
Carlisle, Pa., February II, lass.
I was hurt lu the left hip and tried sev-
Uiau a half buttle of HI Jir.,b. till cured me.
uns u. n r..r tit.
-abers golden Female Pills.
For F ial. Ir -j ilaf
I tie: DcHhineliistheai
a tba mar set. titom
tail 8reful! nsoS
of prominent I a! lea
month i. uaaraata4
to relieve supprsaaaal
tUIEl SAFE CWTAISI
Don't fca fcmbBfTr4.
Bar. Tfraa, Hoaita,
a a mmaj ,-taka mo a
rmi fc aa mAAnm.
acara by mail aa ra
rl pt of pra.f2.ta
THE APHKO tlVZlXl C0SP11T,
ffMltn Branek. SoA V, tVXTVAKU. tU
Sold by Wiaoost Uaue Vo.i Fuctiajtd. Of.
Men'o Suits to Order
S20 to S40.
Hen's Pants to Onfer,
80 to OIO.
Fit rnsranteed. fiend 4 cent. In
atanit for sample, and rule for
CLOTEIER, HATTER, TAILOR,
Second and Morrison SI...
The Best Family Soap
Jobtintf Electric Soap is eheaper ft you
to use. If yon -Jim illrrrtiont. than any
other soap would be If itfeea to you. for l y
Its oa etathrt are firrd. Clothe eoat mora
Ikra't yon tryrnl to twre mtnfy, clothe,
time, labor, fue!. and health t Alltbeeeeaa
be aaved if yoa will trtt bobbins' Kloetrie
Soap. We say " Irfi." knowing If yoa try K
rme. yoa will always nse tC" Hare yom
grocer order it.
219 Fro nt St., San fma.ncisco.Cal
Will have ro other Jobacco
Who orvce tries
SEL OF N0RTH CAROLINA"
Jhls is the secret of its
Puget Sound Business Goilep
SEATTLE SCHOOL OF SHGETHAKD.
A bool tor young men and women. I jtrgeat
and bent in the state. Fall terra eotmneneea An
gnst IS. For partienlar address for ratalogae,
Seattle, Wash., Seattle Block, hoora 7tt. F. o.
4 OA Hatter "t-. Svatn 'ra aielac.
Hlfthest market price paid tor Hides, Pelta
Diamond Drill Work.
with Diamond Core Drill for oil. mineral or wa
ter. Hole bored for vectilation or drainaga.
Agenta for Diamond Drill MaehiDerr and 8o
piiea. Corresporidenf-e aniieited. 912 fia
ie street, Ban Francisco.
Mf Ml .) rr-ttarb.. jttifa.
9mm. vr-kfcta-i nr imammmm mrmmm. a
Met-itie Wt, MtM vtdri twtN i
riMett- Take r wim- At slm
aafffws i in n ttm
latAu&fsa) fur pArtiniuara. i
-KUr W U.rea,- tha IsMT. IJ I
The Best Type -Titer.
Bend for Catalogaa.
Wiley B. Alj.cn sV Co.
1I 1st S.PortlwMl.Or.
a KneeialtT Im
mense stoek of all leading varieties at the very
lowest market rate, s-end for priee list, and I
will please yon. Address E. K. JONES, Carpnr
.Varsr '. Ft. BtAGfi, Mendocino eounty, Cali
fornia. HORSE NAILS.
We offer to close oat stock of l3no boxes Horse
Nails as follows: 6s, 8a, 9s. 10 at 11 cents pound
to the trade or to borseshoers; 6a and 7 'fe,
boxes only). 12 cents. They are the Jndaoj
make, t he best in the world, and no more will tx "
mannf aetnred. Order from votir jobber or from
K-Utn'a Caaki Ktarr, 418 l'r.t Mrrtt,
- Fraatrlsca, rl. Send rash or best
city reference, payable oa receipt of good.
Name tills paper.
AND VORPH NS HABIT
cored. Trial free. Confiden
tially address INDIANA
MINERAL gPRINGa CO..
La Faykttb, Ihd.
N. P. N. U. No. SE4 S. F. N. U. No. 431
f-r ISI'r-v ad
v f Ell
tonscalesX of Y
( $66 J BIN8HAMT0M)
VtMsi Box Tar. Baaai V$, N. Y. .
iuaia V, 9 r?