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" RUSSI COSSACKS.
LAWLESS MEN WHO COMPOSE THE
CZAR'S BODY GUARD.
TAKE YOUR CHOlCHi
Wt & Wrack.
It In not often that a ship abandoned Anil Bl.torj. flriiimn ?"''' J!',n Be
l ... is..! com uu " --
fin ii. wrpf.k roucnes nort in Miimy. iu
, the wi the K!:rf!;SK3
in ignorance, with whom mediocrity rankti
Devoted and Vnprln1ilMl Without Ureal!
or AiipiMlfttloii f nutiRor arantwd Im
, , . t,.i. .ut,.u 01 metuuiim, n ... wimmt.v
tlwniei nooper, 01 du-lui., wiu , iBnomoe. with
taidML Julv 8. 18118. To lighten the wm of wisdom. They fire
DKYVNI: 88 CAN'T UK CVKED
By local applications, an they cannot reach the
liiWased pmtimi ul' the ear. There is only one
wav to cure deafiicfw, aitd that In by constitu
tional remedies IH'ttdiCrtw is emmed by an In
flamed condition of the mucous lininjt of the
v.iUt..nhi.in 'luiw Whan thin tube koLk inflamed
struck on the south shoal, off Nan- MfftaiJia
, r i ! rl.,. rluli .ii, I imlnu thf iiiHtinitilHliori f'rtll hi'
tucket, July 8, Xiua. to lignum w.e r-'-Yi.a'..,. inW.
or Apireolt,loii nr nunipir onrnwo .n- snip uapi. nogiuuus wircw uvoiu.wu Thoy are the result oi tne oar wtos
nmnlty from ruiii.hinei.Mor All 0.1-m noveral hundred boxes of sugar; but and the thumbscrew of myth and mystery,
Ttvept . .lie remained fast, and as she was -.Jfflttota
I aee bore and at Bt. Petersburg only a fow
uliliiira In tin' streols, and the dashing Cos
sucks riding llko mud on horseback are the
lite o( the military (or tho winter. Tlio Cos
sacks ure the lite gtiarils of the omr, and are
the most Inturostiug of the many oharactore
in tlite atmngo country.
A genuine Cossack him no more appreciation
or dread of danger than he has ot Ida vodka,
a torrlblo rum, which he drinks llko water
and which nuikes Intoxication at night. He
wan tho original soldier ot Uuwla, the patron
fWiMuu mid thu nrltiit, snlrib In uiaklntr re-
iiiilillcan Institutions what thoy are. He Is
devoted to tho omr, and (or his devotion has
iuu.., br.lrtM.u4 In t.lin hlcrhcafc tlfttrrne-. Tho
acme of tiio Uuasian soldier Is to hecome as
sociated with tho service o( tho orowu and to
be located about tho pnhce. When a sokUnr
. lu nfnflnnul tit f.liM vicltiltV o( the llllluCe 811(1
it becomes known tliut he hns been recognized
by the czar, Ills reputation uas roacnoo tne
tonlth, and ho Instantly becomes the admira
tion of tho entire iieoplo. To get a promo
tion en suite that is, into the direct service
of the ozar Is to acquire the highest honor a
million Human soldiers aspire to.
In all tho wars Kuasm uas nmgni irom nor
organization tho Cossacks have llgurod most
conspicuously. They especially did the
bloody work whoa Napoleoa came over from
Prance in 1D1D and attempted to conquer the
umpire. The great Kronen general found his
men foiling like hall when he was unable to
strike bank, tho enemy always being under
shelter. It was continuous bushwhacking till
the retreat began, whon tho Consacks redo out
40,000 on horsobuck and shot down la cold
blood almost twtco their number in Napoleon's
ranks. For eontur.es these people hovo bceu
the predominant Inhabitants on both sides of
the Volga, and tho Unit to take up arms lu all
tho Crimea against Intruders. Nearly boll a
oontury ago the czar rewarded the tribe by
making all Cossacks In his service his special
life guard. Altogether tho most brutal and
ignorant, the Cossack Is thus glvou tho most
...nir..i.,,u ruvttt.lnn in all this croat armv.
Whenever you see Aloinuder III you see a
swarm of Cossacks about him, riding over
pedestrians, Blushing tholr sabers in the air,
and holding high aud arbitrary authority.
Thoy havo complote. privilege and exorcise it
to the fullest extent.
IMMUNITY AOAINOT PUNISHMENT.
A Co-ark soldlor is granted complete Im
munity against punishment for all but the
highest crime, which is murder in cold blood.
If he wantonly murders an Innocont and un
offending citizen or companion hois court
martialed and probably imprisoned for three
or six months, but it Is extremely difficult to
convict him whon once arrested. He Is fur
nished a horse, clothing and rations when
stationed in a city, but he Is given uo salary,
and rations only when ho cannot forage.
About one-fourth of them aro supplied by
the hands of tho ranr, white nearly 100,0011 of
...,. n. nrivilutr,.rl tli 1TO alrOUt the COUlltrY
and in the name of the czar pillugo and plun
der. They lioia up strangers, wiumn uu, 6
lary sometimes and demand at the hands of
the peoplo the best there is to live upon. It
is uselem to make complaints of their depre
dations, as thoy are legalised. The people,
have to keep the czar and guord his IKo;
thoy must protect him and all his Internal,
aud he holds that thoy may just as well do
some of their acts for the empire's preserva
tion directly, by maintaining a band of ma
raudors, as to do It indirectly through the
channel of tho treasury.
It does not follow that becauso a soldier is
a lfe guard ho must be at the side of tho one
he is employed to protect His held is in any
spot ho cno locate effort to injure tho empire
or its czar. Ho is a secret or public detec
tive, or a soldlor, according to uis purposes
or desires. Uo goes nliout, when not under
direct orders, lu the uniform of a soldier or
tho drew of a civilian. At Ht. Petersburg,
not many days ago, I saw a Cossack In pri
vate cltiseu's dress on the street, walking In
hot haste. Ho wore a long ulster, buttoned
up to the chin. He was in the role of a de
tective. In a little group of men he espied
his gnnuv-a slender youth. Hastily unbut
toning his great coat be drew torth a bugle.
A singlo, short call, and at his side wore
three or four of tho (loroest looking Cossack
soldiers I ever saw. They oame lu a twink
ling, woro coats of mail, caps, and at tholr
sides and in their bolts were pistols, knives
aud maces sulllclout to start a bond of Texas
highwaymen. Thoorrest was not resisted,
aud tho display seemed entirely unnecessary.
-Moscow Cor. Kansas City Times.
' r,n,liv to Children In London.
ITKr. H..M.,Wr tllirdtlttrrCOUttS tltlS WTlttOU
au Introduction to a report of the third year's
work of the London society for tho Preven
tion of Cruolty to Children. Tho variety of
i I.1..I, fl.a onniinitlBO has OUllishcd
C1UUIUJ rrwvu v..- - .
. and tried to punish is as follows! Immersing
a dying boy in a tub of cold water for nearly
an hour "to get this dying done;" breaking a
girl's arm wiillo beating hor with a broom
! stick, then sotting her to scrub the floor with
tho broken arm folded .to hor breast and
. whipping her for being so long about it
hanging a naked boy by tied bunds from a
book at the coiling, thoro (logging kunj
'- savagely boating with loin belt, feeing with
flBfci, and then kicking in the groin, on the
abdomen aud foco with working boots; lash
ing a B-yeai'-old face mid neck with dray
man's whip; a 3-yupr-old hack bootou with
i whalebone riding whip: throttling a boy,
producing partial strnugiuawuu m
screams of his pain; boating on scarcely
healed old soros, then thrusting the kuob of
: noker into the lail's throat, aud holding it
thoro ' 'to stop tho row." London Letter.
, . ,' . ... ..... . boust is antli
pounciing Iieavny no auaimuucu um, i,y Balaam's ass.
fearing she might go to pieces. (In the other side stands the Histogenetio
T 'hL, nt ,,tT In boats for the system of medicine. It is the offspring ol
All hands put off in boats lor tne tl ht) of modml investigation,
nearest shore, una us soon as tie was on of m0(jc.n, eit,OTiencc. It is the result of
land Cant. Bognrdtis hurried to Bos- research, the triumph of reason. Like Mi-
ton. Itwnstwodaysbeforehoreached Us challenged invertU
the oflloe with hi bad news. ' nation : Its Dassnort is truth. Which side
"Whv. euntain." said the owners, will win? ...
"you are dreaming. The Hooper is
the result, slid unlcsN the inflHniniHtlori can be
taken out and this tube restored to Its normal
condition, dieariiw will lie destroyed forever,
nine esses out oi ten are i-Huei. uy rni.rn.ii,
wh!r.h iKimthtnirbiitan liiflmtled condition ot
the mueims Miirftiees..
We will KivcOne Honored iKmars inr any mm
ill Deafnesa (caused by catarrh) that we cannot
pure bv taking Hall's Catarrh ('lire. Send for
circulars, free. F. 1. CHUNKY A CO.,
Bold by dranlsts: 75 cents.
siife at India dock."
"Impossible!" cried the captain.
"Uo and see," said tne owners.
Seatti.b, Wash., June ft, 1SB1.
Our liilliy wus very sick, and we tried
several physicians in turn. None oi them
seemed to know what the matter was, Hhe
UO H1IU BTO, nrnwreunuism COUld n't StatKI J COUKin i pmy , U W tin ti u-
n,.,., tha .-Wlr oront niit.. Tin- e.ttlt fur tier to net her breath; she had
mtrdns. and scarcely could believe the Mtt. 'IZV'Zt
evidence of his senses. He rubbed his uti(il( fiuring'the night, arid was subject to
eves and took a second look. es, conviilsnins ana iiinsoiuarcontraciiuii.
there certainly was his shipthat he had Jrf .tant
left uground on South Shoal with a n'very short time she commenced to im-
ntn'mi oomiliu un prove, until all these symptoms have dis-
storni coming up. i clltii-t;Jy, and she has not had a
lirnnnd ate v after the crew "liad left EPJ "' 1;.7.'T....
the vessel the wind changed and blew a gives me great pleasure to make this
hr oil the shoal She drifted until statement, so that others who have chil
lier on rue snoai. one am d h t ' m tl ow wh(!re t0 tai(.
the next morning, when a (iloucester J, , treatment.
nmmg s...m,a ... m . -. ,, r"iLi .,, U nrrl.
the hope of salvage the erew Doaraea imru mw,
her.u.dm.tdeforthep.irt of Bol oe of
Capt. Bogarduswasoogotjd a sea- e,tjiayor Yesler, Third and James,
man to lose, and after some pretty se-. Consultations and prescriptions absolute
vere bantering the owner, for free book explaining the Hist-
li m nnmlimnrl nf the HOODer. XOUttlS
a rt,.....1 W,.tl U'llh nw llfp Shk rvPPIl fl inn-
tliiuous failurc.'"-lX'laare I'each Crop.
f irnn.nr Tl.iprl mirl Tt Htrri.N
Portland, Or. First-class accommodations.
Kates, $lto?l.wperuay. juwu ur'
PILK81 FILES I PILES I
Dr. Willtsms' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
Blind, Wet-dins sod Itching Piles when all other
ninimAnta itnvt! failed. Itabsoros the tumors
allays the itching at once, arts as a poultice,
Ointment i prepared only for riles and Itching
of the nrivaie parts, and nothing else. Every
box Is warranted. Sold by druggists, or sent Dy
mall on receipt of price. 80c m 1 per hox.
VU.ljl.Jo ran., u.nu. f.
Proprietors, Cleveland, O.
UAIITIOH. Jilt) XllBtun' aowe
Hie lailfll urounu me uuinw uo u
Foo.1.1. Savlnr. I lowing inrriptiom "Dr. J. Kugene J
Men go into trade and do dirty tricks, m Histogcnetic Medicine." Kvery oti
and screw, wherever they can, a profit, i device is a fraud.
They will, with equal self-gratification,
dlna nt anotliur man's expense, and
t,,r ,IT to face the workhouse, "a
hiuid" who is growing uaeleiw from hav-1
lug consumed his strength and vigor
In cheir service. The women darn dish-
c..uni.l ri.,i.il,.ni 'I'hi-re'a a flv oil Vour
dine at anotlior man's expense, and nose, rimm. Iraseibie uw Lady-vvell, he am t
KUI'TUKK AND PILBS OPBBO.
IT HA? MIBQUAL
IT IS THE BEST.
We positively cure rupture and all rectal dls
ises without pain or detention from business.
Ill cneir .torvieo. i uo wuuwu uuu- No (Wre( nfJ . BUrl n0 1fty uuui curaa, Aa.
cloths, and patch muslins and window dress for pamphlet Bn. Porterneld 4 Losey, 888
' i .Markat street. Ban Fraaclseo.
OUrUUilK, 1UIIH UJI 11,0 (uv4 "
n.,... e.,,.riTl.ur lull me. Kell.that
r m.mured. The Victim hear nie! Is It
to any one 1 kmur?
MILLIONS OF MONKV.
1 There is mlllioilB of money In and around New
York Citv seeking investment. 11 you have a
i.,m rul.,.l, ,tii,.. we null nrubablv sell it for
cream oil the milk themselves from a
Their husbands "make" money, they
"save it" and both succeed, firadually
the hoards increase; at first slowly and
.... .... ii... ....i.... :
Willi pain tuo uuuiou. nirm, rain-n, inure, ''":"ZS,iiwto
years the uest egg is small, but a -: f ft ,'u w'ini partner with capital for any
mmit comes after which it aieuuiulates ultimate aivewrk
with rapidity. The income Las become 1 " :
considerable, but the outgoings are as
meager as ever overplus income be
comes cupitul every year. The close
habit which created the fortune are
continued to preserve it, and the in
ooinrruitv is im'seutod of external dis
play and internal pinching. Children
ure born in the meantime, and inherit
their father's or mother's niggardliness
as surely as their features. New York
Quests at Koriials' Annual Ulnner.
All the professions were well repre
sented by the men who wore guests at
the recent Surosis dinner, but the
clergymen predominated. Two of the
best addresses of the evening were
.imdn hv Rv. Drs. Cuvler and Paxton.
Among the other speakers were Judge
Noah Davis, Dr. litus mtinson uuou,
Mr. Moueure Conway, Mr. A. M. Palm
er, Mr. Murut llalstead, Mr. McKel-
wny, of The IJr joklyn Eagle, and Mr.
E. A. Dltlmmr, of The New York
Times. Miss Kathryn Kidder recited
charmingly, and there were addresses
by the president of Sorosis, Mrs. Ella
Dieta Clyuier, and by the beads of the
various oomuiittees of Sorosis. Con
spicuous among these for its excellence
was the address of Dr. Jennie T. Lozier,
chairman of the oommittee ou philan
thropy. New York Letter.
"A Nine Days' Wonder."
The memorable reign of Lady Jane
Grey is said to have given rise to tne
nlirase. "A nine dayB' wonder." Lady
.TmiA wns nroclaimed aueeu of Eng
land July JU, mod, lour aays aiier uu
death of Edward VI. After the lapse
nf a nnrlud of nine dllVH. OD July 19,
aha mlinnuished her title to the crown,
tins terminating Her reign in tne suon T
space of a week and a half. A noted Says: 0 8
EuglbU historian says, "thus we oome , -- , .
to the end of the diary of that short sed (Jerman SvP f e
and troubled reign that from Its length succtssfully for Sore Throat, Cough
l8 .id to ha,e given rise to the now Co M Hoa
(1020) popular piirase , , . aB iT l tried many diffcr"-
AfUIUl HUB UVUUUU "
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and Acts
gently yet promptly on tne xuaueys,
T.ivar end - Rnwelo. rleanses the 8V9-
tem effectually, dispels colds, head-
icnes ana levers ana cures nauituvj
constipation permanently. For sale
in fjOcand $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUP CV.
8AN FM.NCISC0. CL.
louismie, nr. ncm nm, h.i.
Don't efteat youreelf
out. of a good emoke by
taking a poor imi tatlon
for the genuine Seal of
North Carolina Plug
BOY AND GIRL
In the world by the name of
Who will send Si cents In stamps, or other good
mouev, will receive bv return mail, postpaid, a
nice silk handkerchief, not large, but a perlect
ouititteris in the world, at 410-418 From ttnet.
Ban Francisco, l.:al.
Season Opens for Trout April 1st.
STEIN WAY. Gabier and Pease Pianos
Meaning the BasT Piano made, ana u man.
ohaaoer Piaow; U MuBloal Iu.trumBita; Band. Sup
pH large suek of Sheet Muaio. 8M.BWAY Hail
9H and Port Bttf, Maithiaj Ooai Oo. Oal
Drt iw nnr n.w ronm. and paw rw
Faber's Goldsn Female Pills.
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
Superior to every other known.
Used in Millions of Homes
40 Years the Standard.
Delicious Coke and Pastry, Light Flaky
Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable
No other baking powder does such work.
For Female Irregular
nn tha niarr. Kfvet
by promiueut ltti.iai
to relieve auppresaed
SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN!
Don't be humbugged
Save Time, Health,
aud momj ;laice uo oua
er. Bent to any addresi,
secure by mail ou n
Ceipt ot price,
TME IPHRn flffFDiriNE CfllP&NY.
WeBtem Branch, fioa. 37, (JUTLAND, OB
gold by WHROM Daw )0.. roruano. nr. ,
y n pi' . m
H. T. HUDSON,
08 rirst Street, Portland, Or.,
ARMS, REVOLYERS A SPORTSMEN'S G00D1
8end for new lUmtratcd catalogue. .
I'tirtland, Oregon. A. P. Am.Btroi.it. Frto.
Braueli Schuol: Capital Bub. Collmie, Salem, Oregon.
(Same course, of study, same mwsof tuition,
Tyfirwriting, Penmanship, and Engliik Defiartnuntl
ia-ln KHulon Uiroualiout the year. Stadenla admit
ted at any liiae. Caudugue from either Khool, rrea.
"We are six in fam-
A Farmer at ily. We live in a
place where we are
Edom, Texas, ubiect t0 violent
wonder.' "St. Louis Republic.
Railway time tables are now made of
couvenlent size and Bhapo to be inserted
Inside the cover ot a watch tor convenient
. reference. - '
Tho most fashioimhlo women pf France
uro Introducing small diuuor tables In
stead of one largo one. . .
A Bay View chiropodist has dubbed
himself "William, the corn ourer."
ent kinds of cougn Syrups in my
. n .-, t ms hut et me sav 10 anvoue waui-
The nmsont fashionable walk affected ingr such a medicine Oermau syrup
by New York girls is deeidodly tiresome, is the best, That has been my ex-
and it is very amusing to wateh some perience. If you use it once, you
well built tailor made girl, when she will go back to it whenever you
takes to one of the side, streets, allow need it. It gives total reliet and is
!...- UAn waloi- n..l1r nl.r. . Mv flflVlCe tO eVCrV"
lier arms to swing twiu im i'"",!"-.-
and apparently take some comfort In ' one suffering with Lung Troubles is
. r m, . . ..! t rt. it v.M, mill snnti lie con-
J. McCRAKEN & CO.,
Boche Harbor llms. Portland Csswnt, Ool;
den GaU and Utah Plaster, Hair, Fire Brick
ind Fin Clar. LAND PLASTER.
00 North Front Street, Oor. D,
Bestin the World!
Ret thn lipnillllfi!
Bis CI is the acknowledge
leading remedy for all the
unnatural discharge asa
certain cure lor the debit!"
tatlng weakoeai peculla
'' ' - women. ...
ltc-ODirbr w ipreBcrl-eitandfertaafJ
Williams So G-r oat,
Una and ft North Front Street. Portland.
Woodworking, Saw Mill, Flour Mill Machinery and Supplies.
IW WHITE FOR PRICES. ,
moving. The regulation gate requires
tliobody to be .curried, perfectly ereot
and stitt, the anus eia ai me smo,
with elbows turned out and the hand
slightly oiion. The arms must be hold
porfeotly steady if ohe desu-s to be
thought in oorrect orm. New York
World. . " " ...
All tho corncob pipes In the world are
manufactured at Washington, Mo., where
one man aud a machine moke 800 per
hour. ' .;, ; ,
w,, it Vmi will soon be con
vinced. In all the families where
your German Syrup
la U3CU wc linvv
t rouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G. G. GKEEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbivjy.NJ.
UkV tCVCD 10 STAV CURE0-
Hllf rrVrnwe want the name anil ad-
BBSl P nm joan puprwanfft.rer in the
U.S.and Canada. Address,
-, FAB A A ArMIE
ocnu run vHintuviuKi
Fire Arms and Sporting Goods,
168 SECOND STREET, PORTLAND, OR. .
& ASTHMA I
Destjougn jneuicine. ivxouiuieuuou uy l usiciana.
Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the
taste. Children take it without objection. By druggists.