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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1891)
1 Xfflietlier lie Wnlot evirated taste.
Her fliuvwiwnts we ramilltj, mint
Br voice l Uimwutestof mAt. ,, ,
Autf Kiiilli lleBMlpepnattnTTKCtf -X a&i
M ui luh woman J love.
TliMUg-ti Icslliir no whit of tliolr ffruw.
. sw 4 t l Milnni Hots" -
Fnrint out All thA lHwULAUlft&uii
Burahhgd llniKrrrii MliSlftli
In Imr Km tan lilTSi eir ifoMMiSh
Less Mului'd re Mm ohwttwltu imnnrlM;'
,-' TlwKKinotiinJllylnwlilrniwa, .
. ft now iJ AW lin rU j
' ? Pm" T voliJtlr.)Hii8 4 (t S
And the fautt Is illu'mliittd Ity toe soul
0( tut) woman 1 love,
Irtll, scop hr to Mem mid to brighten,
Ami hejwtlvllinur long iu th&wesrlDjr 1
Htromls of gold aud tt pwarl for her orowa
There orw angels omnwtmloUwMn ylsry '
Kim- etvon life's p-ief to awuiaite;
"Avd the teurieraesit, purltVi heautx,
V ftrbpur(l'JUi!lil),i-,l,Uv io - j
' Unhe woman ilovii, "'
William H. nmhMU bKwr York Morcurj, J
llMMhLLA LN JiGXPT.
' We way &ii eeriiiona is sumer, bot
who would loos: for fairy tales in a sand
Mcvcnhclcsa. in the last iamb of the
last king -ot;"lhe tsventy-)xth dynaftifl
lies burled tfie original story of Cinder
ella and her Rllpper.
There is, indeed, only one variation of
atVV ouHu Jwiwco thettwb?vn:-.
iiaiia,.i)d.le f.ik-ul ui ls,(iij;hlblj Jli
more romslnlic. Cinderella's princely arl
mirer ttnda in her lost shoe a clew. to his
vanished enchantress, but KUig FsanK
fnetlchus falls oveiliead and col's in lovei
via only si
DoflcliC and that
was most likely her proper name, hut the
Greek people, with tvhoni faif nes of kial
heauty, named her, troia the loveliness of
uT . ..T f
W WISnlnr W. MAJl Seed 'itlIO'bn
her coiplo.vion, KhtKlopIs, Kosy Cheeks,
and as Hosy Cjieeks she is known in bis-
She is mentioned by several writers, tint
the slipjier Btory rests on the authority of
jlSllan. He relates it as having occurred
to Psammetichns. -s...v
There were three lings of the name,
and he yeubauly meanihe third ll'sauictik
f Tlli WiMie Boulpf.ilH'4, Jl s,o :tlfe
.'C i f!tuny i( the: Miihe. kitigs,. who vral. cuu
(liiCred and depoaed by Cambyses the
Hhodopie was originally a (lave and a
fellow bondswoman of Jsop, the writer
, of fniih'S, in J.he. house of Iadinon of
' 'Htrmos; and, like the heroine of the loodern
tale, a menial and a drudge; so the par
, aliel holds rirkI from the begiuaiug, Like
Cinderella, us), site had a fidry godmother,
but'a more pnwerfnl and lavish one, and
Der naniewiuT A'pTiWmtE
Tnis pojruness proeorwl her lltiertf and
-ieaiwds m Iwrxiruessi-nna hvhtaloiiis.
O ' tiitke ll)-r iiaiin! lliiiliit
jj ii 4)4 ' W "t f"
, i. t.li.. J... -Li..,. S 4.. L.i i iX .
fmene iB'iO'f 'iriowp,
ertya quantity of iron spits In the 'i'erauje
of Aiollo at Delphi, and this extraordi
nary gift rus stiM W b( lefctl there in
BurodoW'4lmei 1 1 .-
Some also sav that she built one of tho
Pyramids of Egypt; h&Bimmia
f ttiorks, tbose who say. so evidently know
v noUtinir juliout .1ti! and however this Slav
t i tejjf lihotHiiis,vc.a not so simple aa onr
own (.'ntderellu, she was, at ull events,
mofe lucky; and if , her,.;eielHBwt.!an(j'
horses, and chariots wei-e" realiy rats, and
mice, aud pumpkins, they never resumed
their projier shape; and no dlNsnchautJng
"Block sent her hurrying back to her seuj
' lery, one shoe otf and one shoe on. Alid
, night never struck for her, and she lost
her shoe In quite another way.
At the time I speak of she was said to
lie the roost beautiful woman in Egypt,
: and she lived at, Xaucratla, a port on the
Cunopio branch of the Kile, founded in
the precedingFeign--by oolonistetrom
Liletus; and though a born (jreek, living
Oin aiureef icuyyu piesseu ner' sow ana
tuej tu iltiyi-the: Kgyptiun; aid to adopt
tlio manners mid' fashions of ner new
country. And so it came about that one
morning, before the sun was yethigh, le
went down, just as did Pharaoh's daugh
ter, with her maidens to bathe ill the
At a short distance from the bunk she
left -her litter,, and sought a secluded-,
creekj where, acreened in by the feather-'
iug papyrus, she would be undisturbed
t and unseen from .the busy river, iuid.tlisi
hor girls unmade her toilet. Kow the
banks of the father of rivers are hard in
places a mixture of sand and clay baked
' by the -soorching sun, and rough to
r f delicate fjt. So Bhwlupls did net quiher ;
euuduls Uutfl the moment' when she
stepped down into the still, cool water,
lierself as white and rosy as the lotuses
There, half wading and half swimming,
she played and frolicked, happy in the
pare joy of living, like tho. gay butterflies
that fljrUercdi about the-lushes. Bue
gathered handfuls of lotuses, and threw
them away again; aud then, in a lazy fit,
he floated on her back, oud gave herself
up to thoughts on things in general, and
on bersiillin DarUtiuluf.BWiJt ..-uu -
to her sandals, which she Jiad kicked oi?
on the river's brink.1! Theyilay aS she.
had left them, a pair of dainty shoes fit ..
for such duinty leet. 'iliev wcro em
broidered in gold aud brilliant colors with
a (lUtunt pattern, and with the ever
lWslotus,ppwi 4Myt curxtia, of af,3
rov njfliist sur aoi sow, tfunniw '
hwf.tt'eaU'(f,rfiii. figujw (fcap5:
4iofi,u Jiiaf ihcfewtgan offices M'f L
tidstf 1 fij . xf Jeen titttfer threeipmrls, u&vmm
Now it chanced that just above, sailing uutil their marriage she has added a
round in his vast circle, a mere speck in pearl or two to her stock, until the ueck
tlie danciue Jilue sky, was an easle. and , lace .ahe -nequu-ed was teady.-Publio
. . Opinion. :' v -'
tut tho futtiikls alliterecl by the water's
eilgo they caught his eye. Now, whether
ttnjWkTMlMBaiioil tlr.n1wltiWt ralrnid
the niBli ol wiiiks. caught Mant of lbs
jpeiu aua an n new on, and. inghtenM,
act to Hireaming and then rucked, -jlty
the time she hnd recovered liersfK and
another secrets, began in their alarm, to
ft everything away In a-jihwo of safety,
if tlixbMetti.i Whofc phalanx or
agie were coming to carry off their Bits
U)ajoltht,liHl no doubt they had
4'' rIJSrTiolr concern, for ancient
ladies had 4. variety of amiable little ways
of producing sympathy In their slaves
swet a she, was tbrlki at, wiwajkS the
rest, lint "after Ml' ft was ' nbfl'a Tery
sorions matter, for Kosy Cheeks had cup
laiarils full uf sandals at home, and be
sides, her litter was only round the cornet.
st, alter her itrst afcUnislimeit and fright
were over, she thought little more abent
utliottj-tma. event was, in reality, the
turning point 01 her life, for what did tails
rol'sierioui hi rd do, bji (J fly straight away
MUM!!! wil M4 iftif njl the
long river to Memphis, and there, as it
Us xrli( nir;d, he dropid the santiat
lrn.fiiejdguieiiti!atof King Psam
nietichns. TIm king was sitting in the open air,
close to the city gate, dispensing justice
to his snbjectei Tiim wis. hot, aid the
iniaglnations of pla'intiif and defendant
equally inventive and inexhaustible,:; so
l'-summetichus was bored, Tis tiioughts
wawf'reil, far away-aud he fell to buud
ing caaesin th'e air. Notvf no Oriental
could ever bnkd a castle in the air, or
otherwise, without giving it a mistress;
Kl 't PI'
voice of the nightingale, the litheness of
-the panther, the tread of a goddess; and
as his thont'li dwelt still on the faittty
oe it tmb- rf' W sTon tify
tmttt lei 111 ll'fai Mil rai Ijeayen
pllHiiJiliJiiiiyljfi-el.l .Vijaisll.ffl put
of aD AierirtyflMVjMipVdtirfa'tip
into the sky and down at thewpper, and
then stooped and picked it np, for no
orteJ'liad MlhAd to umch it. Was. it
a goddess'r No; it was a lovely lit
tle shoe,' nut certainly an earthly one,
with the print of live little toes distinctly
marked on-It the wrylltHe toes hvt had
jiist been dreaming pfr"Tnen of a sudden
it 'becahie pltfln to hhri 4t was an answer
from the gods to the wishes he had just
been indulging in be bad planned a
castle, here was a mistress for it. "Let
search lie made," cried he, "for her who
bwue k.hioHft1idal.-aiil h.V'tnesfr sigas'fihaU
f(n Wiow: hir; Atliogi jpever tlte Bbol flu,
tthd""who1ittS tli'e fellow s"hoe, and' who can
explain the symbol on the sole, she is the
.rightful owner; briug her to me, that I
may make her my queen." To hear was
Ut obey, and Ihe messenger started on his
Besi'Ch.3 Many days he trareletl down the
s'Ue,-making proclamation of the will of
psammeticlius as he went, bearing the
sandal on a cushion. And wherever lie
came through the whole land of Egypt
a b.iyiltngiip of led
if shoti, ia cuse by
the proclaniHtion reached the ears of
K)KUiishe.mr)eniberod the rape of her
f HuttrtHjlt.ih4. Jftiw' Jjffl'Nlf the one Bought
tor by the kiiiR. J he amtmHsador was
,tKferfM$$l99 her presence, and then at last
the Bhfw lilted. ilAnd here," cried Khod
orito, ttv fenow.lwn'; lUis iA;why
I 'eur tbee 'Kymbtfls on tlie jjole"s a
Orwee is captive to'niy bMuty. Bo"Bhali
Kt'J'P be,, .and Kicypt's nmter." And
thente frenl with him to Memphis, and
when the ting, whose heart was sick with
waiting, saw her, be Bticcumbed at once
to the charm of her loveliness; h did a&
he had promised and made be'r his queen.
And the rosy cheeked Ureek slave sat be
side PsiLnin)e(.ichus on the throne of Pha
raoh. Harper's Bazar, ,
One form of adi'ertising that always
eewd'me to4jfr"Wtt ei-fomey is
yiacattenuR ol (lodgers Droaticast. I
liutft ifbtieefl Ifitvlf tlifrTtt i8coSng into
quiji) ejtieiip.v jryQ again Jijt one
tihie toils ot fliidgerijwere thrown" out
every week in this city. The pavements
of the busiuew! streets would be euowed
under with them. After a while the rage
for fcbis form of advertising died away, it
never quite ceased, but lately began to re
cover ita past popularity, 1 have watched,
,wllii 8onie;urio.ty, th manner iti whieh
the public receive ttodgers t&rtwt upon
them ht the street, and it apeai$ to me
jjiat thef hardty glance at theBlli&.Only
one person in a hundred puts one in bis
pocket. As a rule they are crumpled up
and thrown away, or more frequently
dropped even without the trouble of
cjmmuhugUip. j j Hu
Yet advertisers" will have' these affairs
printed by the hundreds of thousands, oa
the theory that 'they are cheaper than a
space in the newspapers. They may cost
leas money, but as an advertisement must
be judged by its returns, not by its cost,
they are to my thinking the most expen
sive and least effective method of getting
your good before the public that human
ingenuity has devisud to judge from the
big bundles of this sort of printed matter
one sees at the old paper places; moreover.
e - udgwdMributoi - swe - Bot all faith-
Jul in the jerformance of their tasks; so
that even the com parti vely little service
- .the dodger might perform is rendered lass
oy tue cinmonesi y oi uue ugeuis empjoyeu
to put them out. Trurable in .ewYork
'pearet attd lis WeifieciaMwe tfflit all
her dau As era sli tt&to line eaitieck-
iix r ii in mimfBTi TnirinmT -..
cnuBie inert nuatit ix louuunmont
tJiiLih f. 1 lw wl .fhintul Midalt
At Inst he came to jCamrratisl and
A WINTEB ELf.
a, liule vlt swung on a marigold stallr,
. ifhe maflKOld dowers' were fallen and ''
' The marieoW flowers were shrouded 4a h'Ss', 1
A bitter wind rushed to and fro, . '' n
Anil all the violeu were abed. '" ,
. The little elf's nose was sorry and Woe, . ', '-'
But the llltle elf ' pif Was Jolly all through',.
Ant as be swung from BidG,totoeVv; :-' ,,,t
, lieanKbissoagwithaairf piiide:'.' ,yj ,
Ofltif thi wool o'theetiiWnu'tbuds" '' !."
' MrKlsaiespunniy hoteaod.Jerkint'
Of a bat's wing made my cloak,, .. . . ,. '
Warm enough towrap a Turk la; ; lt
! Lined them alt with thistle dowa, s ; .
fathered when tlie pods were brown ' n '
Trimmed them with a rabbit's fur, v
Lieft upon a cockle bur; , ,
MYfMn spite of everything,. .,,
r . Miicbl fear, that cold loo., , t:,, '. ' v
, Ha! Iwrthe spring ' Ho! hoVrae'srringl
The merry, merry sprtng for irte:. " '- '-'
il -i r , ..,.. . gt. Slcnohu).
' SNIFFING AT PRUSSIC ACtC
A Coroner Inds Out How the Quiekest
of all' Poisons Work. .7 f y,.
Deputy Coroner Scholer, who narrowly
escaped death recently from sniffing at the
bottle from which Miss Marw Van Orden
had drunk prussic acid and died, told a
, repbrter about it. , . ' . 1 .
1 "With me in Miss Van Orden's room,"
he said, "was Dr. J. I Terriberryi ' We
nan oeen- toin tnar vMiss" van Orden
was in the habit of taking morphine, and
as I had not yet been told that she had
bought prussic acid, I snnixwed I was
golugto'smellof Mujendie's solution. I
passed tho rial we found back and forth
under my nose three or 'four times and'
got a good sniff of the acid; It has a
sweet, almond flavor;, pungent and not at
all disanjeeable, Then I passed the bottle
to Dr. Terriberry, and he took a sniff. I
noticed that he was growing palft, Then
I began to feel faint and weak myself. . ,
' Dr. Terriberry and I clutched each
other and reeled. Either would have
fallen without the support of the other. 1
held on to him and .called for fresh air,.
We were led to the door and down two or
three flights of stairs, ', It was with the
greatest difficulty that I drew my breath.
My consciousness was perfect, but I had
no control of my arms or hands or of mv
lower limbs. When I tried to step I, raised
my foot two feet froth the .ground, and '
when 1 tried total of my pulse I could
not use my hands. I noticed that the blood
had ieft the finger Bails and that my
hands were white at chalk, t; All through '
my body it seemed as though the blood
were driving toward my heart. How I
got to the drug store at Xinth avenne and
Forty-eighth street r don't know." A'
young man there said sulphate of mag-,
nesie, was an antidote for prnssic acid, but
It isn't. U took the dose, however, and
theft was led to the Forty-seventh street
police station. Capt. Kilulea prescribed
brandy, and as he believes in large doses,
he gave me so mnch that' I was drunk
after taking it. I told Cant. Klliilea of mv.
difficulty in breething, and told him how
to. move my anna up aud down. He ,
lifled a window in the police station and
worked njy arms like a pump for long
time, causing au.artiflcial movement of
the ribs. '
"T.'ien I was taken to' the Roosevelt,
hospital, and a physician gave me a dose
of carbonate of anunouia, in two hours
I felt better .aud, came home. I. have
been very' weak since. It seems as
though I had no marrow in my bones.-1
have been requested to vfritea statement
of tlwwtnerience for a medical Journal,
and I tkiuk. J ahull-do so.- Dr. Terri-i
berry ;..tld,me!(,.bJdw that he that
been very sick. He was tormented
by the must frightful nightmares when he
tried to sloop. I didn't have anight
mnre, perhaps, because of the brandy.
Kew Vork Sun. '-..,'
Frenelimen Not on Their Mux If. -
The Frenchman cAres little to contest in
anytiiuig wliere mere muscular ability Is
at hu advantage, says a i'arisian visitor.
He pursues sport us he does art striving
to develop its fine points, aiming to be
come expert and admiring only the skill
that may be attained in the exercise. We
have no such tiling as a national game,
nothing that approaches to your baseball,
or polo, or the English cricket. Sport
wilh us means, as a rule, horse racing,
and undoubtedly our jockeys, ot whom
we think highly, would compare favor
ably with the best that this country
knows. The exercise that really occupies
our attention as a national institution is
fencing, and that probably arises from the
military character of the national life.
Much of the energy that the American
youth puts into piay and physical contests
is absorbed by the government In recruit
ing the army. Here the boys of the Til
lage have to provide their own amuse
ments, their own exercises, and have to
depend upon themselves for acquiring the
discipline thiit is so essential to really suc
cessful sport. With -us the government
provides the exercise and the discipline,
and if the young man can get any amuse
out of it so much the better for them. It
Is the next war that Is always uppermost
in every Frenchman's mind. Kew York
Cor. Philadelphia Times. - .-.-
Wanted at) Easy Chair, v ,
A Nashville furniture dealer tells a lit
tle story that shows how some people art
constituted. A lady ordered an elegant
easy chair of a peculiar kind, It was
made and sent to her house, She exam
ined it carefully and critically, Anally re
marking that it suited her exactly, with
one exception it was too soft. She had
the man take the chair back to be made
a triite harder. The chair was returned
to the store and put aside. Nothing was
done to it. After the lapse of about a
week the chair was sent out again. The
woman again examined it, and this time
the chair was too hard. She was sorry,
but when she paid so much to get an
article' for her own comfort she wanted
it about right, so she sent,.jt back to the
store for another cluing. The chnir was
ttptin put aside for a week or ten days
aud scut out for the third time without
having a particle of change made. This
time it was just right. She took the
chair, paid for it, ami was sorry it hud
not suited her ut first. The poor woman
never knew that the choir hud not been
euanirad a particle. Chicago News. .
Why Germans Use Olasies.
"It comes from reading." observed the
"Yes, but why.shpuld.Osrnuinsbe mofe
near "sighted than Americans!' . h tbe
read morer . -,.,,- ,-.iV ,, 1
.,, T.,.i,, , n i r-.-v
- uouis, Mima toe mm. mk vummmiimnimsmmtKzmtmmicmm ....
k.tIt A. luinlla . 1 I . 1.1.-. . ili-
wiiu UI UUUSB VltUJ ITOBU MUM UWUnMiyi
vision tc oe oerectiv ...t v
'"How so?"- - '' -'i-wij.ioi
t "In tie
; '"The German books are brlnted
dazillng old English type, which tries th6i
eyos more than any other type In use In
civilized countries. It Vetjuires sucl) close
scrutiny that the' eyee are invariably
strained. ' So well known is this fact (hat
recenfly the Austrian, minister of public
Instruction issued ?ery , sensible., de
cree forhidding the use of -books printed
in small type In the public,, schoojs.
Now, with American school books th
would not be so .accessary, 'bnt,,
German books to be harmless must
he printed In large,, bold faced char
acters. There is a large party,of roformare.,
to Germany who are striving to have the
types of that hatioh officially changed .to;
Roman, and the use of English script lie
, largely taken the place of the German
script in correspondence. Educated, Ger
j mans read one style as readily as theotheri"
and the .former is. growing rapidly Hn'
'popularity. ' It will not be long before all'
books will appear in the same characters,
,if not in the same language, and when
, that time -comes the eyes of , succeeding.
generations will be stronger than those of
the present, but I don't, apprehend that
this will happen arly enough to- Injure-
imy business. '--Refonxta 1 come- -slowly and
physicians wHl find their hands fuO until
the dawn of the'raillennium.'1 New -York
! Mail and Express. - '" '' ,
Smliers In Butchers' froektft.', ". .
A good smiler,,who can toll a, funfiy J
-.story once in-a while and has ithe ikuack
of anticipating the wants of his patrons,
is always a valuable man In'a butcher b
shop He' takes with the holes-, it doesn't
make much difference whether he's hand.
'' some or aa homely as a quarter of beef so- -
long as he 's agreeable and accommodattng:
" Now; there's my partner; He's a perfect
Apollo in1 face and form, but he's gob. a
temper that's nearly as uncertain as tlie
' settling days of some, of our customers,.,
. One moment he'll smile and chat' affably ,
with his customers, but again he'll close
op tighter'n one of Nels Morris' corn beef
cans. The ladies don't like him, and tlity
won't go near his block tf they can get a
- show at mine. Now, I haven't the best'
' temper In the world, but since I went he-"'
hind a meat block twelve years ago I'vo
"learned fliat it pay's to' smile and be pleas-,
ant. , You can work In a bigger piece of
I bone in a steak or roast and youlre surer,
',that your customer, la coming.back thanlif i,
vou're out of sorts. The ladies infst
upon dealing with agreeable.' peopK andlimVa
other kind. That b why. a good tb'Bt.Hl
i:a valuable man in a meat market" J ' : Europeao twd AtuericM plan, Thii Hotel it .undr
" - mut j? i i v., t ; . "! f the Dianagtiioeat ot Cliarlefl Montgomery, nd b the
- Tbfe bit of homely philosophy Came beat Family wid BUBiueae Men-B Hotel in Una Tna-
irom a BUCCessiUl west Siao DUtcner tae - hkliert Btaudard of reiectal)illtyluBn.nteed
other night, aud It pruves that the men Board rwin p 91 to 32.00; single kw,m
1 1 y X ' ' . , . , ,eut to $1.00 ver night. Free Aoaoti to aud bom the
vbo carve loins id chops are thinking of Hotel. . ', 7
soiiietliinff mnra than t,hn i?hiinlr nt hntia ! : -i .- it-', i.
they must chop out. ,.Tbey -are cldse
, studeiits ot human nature, and they Use j,
'the result of their, studies for all it ia'
; worth. lueagq Ilerald.;. .: 4 - "
Superiority of-Modro Surgery. ':-.',
- OneOf'thegteateat pointa of superiority
in modern over old time surgery is In the
care taken to avoid tue uangerous conse-1
quences which folloV the, entrance into a t
surgical wound of an impurity or foreign
matter from the air, inatruments,or other
source. These septic or fever producing
,fB.iiwi,D wt, v.cj nucic auu. buoy BO,
not produce more eerious consequence in a I
wound, they prevent prompt and healthy
healing. If a wound "heals by first in
tention," without inflammation or sup
puration. -then the antiseptic precautions
have been complete. Td attain this re
sult the surgeon IB extremely careful that
; his Instruments am without blemish; that
bis hands aro not only perfectly clean,,
but that they are dipped. In antiseptic
fluid; that the part of the patient's body
to be operated on has been .similarly
cleansed; that the wound itself Is cleansed
with the same fluid before closing, and
that the dressing Is prepared with a like
end in view. Boston Cor. New York Sun.'
-J Two Short lgaeies. '. . ,-i::; f
To be left one's own weight in one
pound notes a curious legacy that fell
to the children of a Scottish gentleman
some years ago might tempt a man to
wish himself a Daniel Lambert. But
perhaps nothing Is so calculated to mahe
a man's mouth water as a single line in
the will of Richard Arkwright; "I be
quoath to my son-in-law, Sir R. 'Wig
ram, one million sterling." All t,li
year Round. ; . ;
An English naturalist who put In two ;
years in a boarding house spent the!
next five in tracing the bedbug back to !
his native lair, lie found perfectly i
authentic information to prove that the I
insect existed and was full of business
in the year 120 B. C. He wag even
found in the camps of the army, and no !
war fleet was deometj iltted out with-'p
out a liberal sprinkling,, , ' ., ; f-
BestCounh Medicine. Kecomraended bv l'hvfliniana.
Cures where all else fails, pleasant and agreealile to the
1" "Y8,fllr. Joioi was
According to Uliwtlmii.
i Hie sKiic, 1 mmevo
, THE J-itrXOSOJ-HY OJf I,:
wr. i.nl.JSr. .':'.
ine pnuosopny 01 rrancis tiacon is the
' . . "V " n
dent in the hod; said befit'tut ask opin
ion of it; In sickness principally respect
hcaHhilana iii health -action.!', ''Wunfe'lare
uiuiiv so-caiieu siigni aneciions wuiehimep'
.til nk f. hruvo not. n M.. , U.Y. .
spiseho liew accident in the body." bun.
naimi'a Paul, wf 11 remove efl'ectually and
at once a thousand and one of the little ills
of life that often, If neglected, take years to
otlre. Be sure to hate with -you always a
box of Bkahmstu'Pim,, , m
They can be obtained in every drug and
medicine store, eitherplain or sugar-coated.
s.Jamsa Ehelan'sJ. ean, Francisco has
aold the historic Stevens Jlonee,,;! to 27
Broadway, Sew ynrfc, to W. li. Mairsof
Brooklyn for $1 ,UoO,iMU-t partly -in cash
and partly in Harlem property. ..
Of all kinds' and ihauy quantity whole,
sale ailifietail at belirock prices:
Eii'-'Jj'.'. BOWEN, "Mi
68 rront 8treeti rortlnd, 6r,
.J.,', ,11 iend fpr catalogue,
URV CCVCD CUOED 10 STAY CURED.
ini i 1 liui i
want4h luaut aad ad-
Si K TU ElI l V '&:td Canada. Adatejs,-
w, nv 1 limn p.i
P. lutld Iijm, s.t., BoIJ,
' 014FKTRRRT1 WASH 1 N,T", if. !
S?J4t!IALA'rrEN:iU0S (HVEN TO lutMB.MIN
INO AXD INDIAN DEPREIllTIOS OLaHiS.
WINTER 1 1H,
71 Morrison Street, Portland, Or.
nr box mt. m t'-",
J. McCRAKEN cV Coi
-DEALERS INj- Jul J -D
Roem Harker lints, Portland Csnwnt, ;
, den Hale and Ulan Plaster, Hair. Fin trok
end Fire gia. LAND PLASTER. ...
SO North Front Street, Cor.
. PORTLAND, 9B.
Seta wot or raiLinu mAflaOODl
Genoral and KEHV008 DBIlJTYi
Wflaknew of Body and Hini, Effect!
of Erroraor Exoeuei tn Old Young,
ST. HELEN'S HALL,
,s, Portland, Oregon.
A Boarding- and- Day. School for,. lrls!
Voundeil IKfltl; the llKl.t hev. 1).
, . litar .Morris, D. D., Kector: -
i ThorouRli iimtruction; a lame anil oaEeiulIy ss- -leCt-d
corps of U-ochers; BtudeiilH prepured foreol
lenereewaodeleitiitit baluuiur lu the mont com
insndinK and beautln.il part ot the city. For cats
losue iMltiKlHR the MISHEB KODNKY. ,
YOU WANT IT!
OUR NEW"' CATALOGUE
' MAILED, FREE TO ANY ADDRESS
SEND FOR ONE.
WILL 8 FINK, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
JOHNSTON V LAWRENCE,
WHOLESALK ifcJID, HKTAIb.
Plumbers' and Enfllnssri' Supplies, Hsnt
anrt Stesm Pumps, Iron Pipe, Rams, Pips
Covering. Lubrlcetors, Water Motors, Fsiuw
end Ventilators, Cash RegikterB, Etc
Write for prices,
' 232 FIRST ST., PORILAMO, Oft. ' '
Contractors on heating and venllluting
buildings.. Estimates furulahed, M
HOYT & CO.
Wiiiit tin agent tii every town ih Oregon, Wash
itigtou una Irtnho toaell ' -
PIANOS and ORGANS
On com mission, No mtoek or capital needwt.
Miib.o teachers preferred SpeciHl rules ou all
goods. Write lor jwilioulara, - - i -, .
POKTHSD, ou, ?
STEIN WAY, Gabier and Pease Plaooi
Miiiig the Beht Piano Mdk, and the favorite
ohenper Pinnae nil Musical luBtiuineat: Hmdafiup.
pllaa; luge stock ot Bhwt Muaio. Btkihway Rux.
306 and 1108 Post Street; Matthias Ujutr do. 05
tod tee oat new rooms and nw ittwk.
"THE SPECIFIC A NO. I."
9 VnilUP 110 "itttierof how long striding. Pm
I lUUIlU veuU Btriturei 1' beiugait Internal
UTlll HasfHiled. Price, tjtS. 00. Cinmfarou
RUrn! apiilk'titlon. BoiabyDruKBlataoraeiU
liikii i ,tu r(i(! .j,)t 0f price by Tbe A. Hchoeu-
hclt Medicine Co., Ban Joso, Cal
Bit? 3 lathe acknowleuied
leading remedy tor all tha
rVnTnM unnatural discharges ana
r 1 to'6DAYS. in private dlseaaea of mea. A
f UimaoMed nnt w U certain ci're lur toe net)Lii
a SuuiuKs - ini(f weaKQew peculiar
., to wnmon. -T
THtEvdNaCHtMWiiPo, In rcRommeDdlu tt W
Kola h? lirnKlt&t.
(';V'- ii',--,)..' i nllt 4ftf "
mvvmmx, neoio aannuiip rnfry ItewTorPO. f low 10 Dlr( miL
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