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IN all receipts for cooking
requiring a leavening agent
the ROYAL BAKING
POWDER, because it is an
absolutely pure, cream of tartar
powder and of 33 per cent,
greater leavening strength than
other powders, will give the
best results. , It will make the
food lighter, sweeter, of finer
flavor and more wholesome.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
DEALING IN HUMAN HAIR.
flow Makers of Wlgaand Twitches Treat
Their Stock In Trade.
"Dealing in human hair is a peculiar
business, " said the proprietor of a wig-
uiaKiug esrauiisnmenc 10 a , reporter,
"People do not understand the' ins and
outs of 'a business that must on its face
seem so simple.
"The mere matter of obtaining hair
with which to make wigs, switches and
other hairwork to adorn heads poorly
favored by nature seems easy, but it is
' aot so. We have to exercise the greatest
care in buying hair, it being absolutely
necessary to know from what source it
lifts Vtp.pTl nVif-.ftinnil A frroaf rlnal r,t Viai
comes from the ash barrels and garbage
piles. You can see that material of thit
kind would not be at all desirable, yet
people often wonder why one wig costf
four times as much as another when ir
appearance both are the same.
"The source from which the hair i
' obtained has a great deal to do in deter
mining the price of the goods. If hair
has bepn cut form a fever patient, the
price asked is considerably lower than
if it had been cut from, the head of a
healthy person. Hair retains disease
germs longer than anything else. That
this is appreciated is shown by the fact
that even after hair found in uncertain
places has been put through the severe
cleansing process to which all the ma
terial used is subjected, still it does not
command the same price as the healthy
article. jne would tnmic tnat tills proc
ess would kill all diseaso germs, but it
does not seem to increase the value of
such hair. , ....
"When hair is collected, it is thrown
into vats of boiling water, where it is
left to boil for a considerable time.
After that it is put through a chemical
preparation, and then, after being
combed out and sorted in sizes, it is
laid away for a year. We never use any
hair that has not been treated at least a
year. Each box is marked with the date
on which the hair was treated. the
place from which it came, etc, so that
we have a full history of every bit of
hair in stock. m
"We meet some peculiar people in
our business. You would soon be con-
vmueu uiai women cannot claim exclu
sive title to vanity. We find men who
are hairless more difficult to please than
women, : They insist upon having this
bald spot covered just so, and their way
invariably happens to be the only way
in which it cannot be fixed. " Pitts
A Horse With m Mustache
"Look dar, Bill. See dat horse wid a
This explanation from one-street gam
in to another attracted the attention of
a reporter and a few friends with him
who were conversing on the corner.
Looking in the direction of the boys, he
discovered that Letter Carrier Thomas
Brown had drj-yenyup his little wagon
to collect the mail irom the box. . At
tached to it was a small sized sorrel
horse, whichTlhatC sre; enough, an ele
gant mustachevSbout ''3 inches long and
curled in a manner which would excite
the envy of any dudejii From Mr. Brown
it was learned ithat thehorse was about
6 years old, and if.f&he' purchased him
from a negro. The negro raised him
from a colt, "and in:;early life' he com
menced sporting his mustache. To re
lieve himself of the bother of answer
ing questions, the colored man had kept
the whiskers trimmed, but Mr. Brown,
since he became possessed of the animal,
had riermi tpd them to grow.
means strength to . with
stand chronic . ailments,
coughs, colds and disease.
Sound flesh Is essential to
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
enriches the blood, builds
up flesh and fortifies the
system against sickness and
chronic ailments. Physicians,
the world over, endorse it.
Don't'be deceived by Substitutes!
Prepared bjr Soott & Bows. N. Y. All Druggists,
106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK,
A DETROIT BUILDER.
HE TELLS A REMARKABLE STORY
. flF HIS I IFF..
not. Mr. Elsey is i oiu n of
Detroit, having moved here about forty
years ago. He has erected hundreds of
houses in different parts of the city, and
points with pride to such buildings as
the Newberry & McMullan and Campaw
Diocks, in wnicn ne displayed nis aDiiity
as a superintendent.
" I have seen Detroit grow from a vil
lage to a city," he observed yesterday in
conversation witn the writer, "ana
don't think there are many towns in
America to-davsequal to it in point of
beauty. I know almost everybody in
the city, and an incident which recently
happened in my life has interested all
" It is now about eight years ago since
1 was stricken down with my nrst case
of illness. One cold, blustering day I
was down town, and through my natural
carelessness at that time I permitted my
self to get chilled right through. When
I arrived home that evening I felt a se
rious pain in my left leg. I bathed it
that night, but by morning I found it
nau grown worBe. in iaci, it was so b&
rioua that I sent for my family phvsi
cian, and he informed me that I was
suffering from varicose veins. My let
swelled up to double its natural size, ano
the pain increased in volume. The ag
ony was simply awful. I was laid up,
and never left my bed for eight weeks!
At times I felt as though I would grow
frantic with pain. My leg was bandaged,
and was trotDed ud in the bed at an
angle of 30 degrees in order to keep the
oiood trom flowing to my extremities.
it t i i 1 ;).,.. .o
but I believe my own judgment helped
me better than theirs. After a siege of
two months I could move around : still
I was on the sick list and had to doctor
myself for years. I was never really
cured, and suffered any amount of an
"About two vears atro I noticed an ar
ticle in the Evening News about my
friend, Mr. Northrop, the Woodward-
avenue merchant. In an interview with
him he stated that he had used Dr,
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People and
that they cured him. I knew him very
well, having built his house outWoodward
avenue, and I thought I would follow his
suggestion. I muBt confess I did so with
marvelous success. From the time I be
gan to take the Pink Pills I felt myself
growing to be a new man. They acted
on me like ' a magical stimulant. The
pain departed, and I soon was as strong
ana healthy as ever, ueiore trying tne
Pink Pills I had used any amount of
other medicine without any noticeable
benefit. But. the Pills cured me, and I
was myself again.
" When a person finds himself relieved
and enjoying health he is apt to expose
himself again to another attack of ill
ness. Some three months ago I stopped
taking the Pink Pills, and from the day
I did so I noticed a chance in my con
dition. A short time since I renewed
my habit of taking them with the same
beneficial results which met me formerly.
I am again nearly as strong as ever, al
though lam a man about 50 years of
age. I tell you, sir, the Pink mis are
a most wonderful medicine and if they
do as well in other cases as they did in
mine they are the best in the world. I
freely recommend them to any sufferer."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a
condensed form, ail the elements neces
sary to give new life and richness to the
blood and restore shattered nerves. They
are an unfailing specific for such diseases
as locomotor ataxia, . partial paralysis,
St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous headache, the after
effect of la grippe, palpitation of the
heart, pale and sallow ' complexions, all
forms of weakness either in male or
female. Pink Pills are sold by all deal
ers, or will be sent post paid on receipt
of price (50 cents a box, or six boxes for
$ 2.60 they are never sold in bulk or by
the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
Better Bonds Their Object.
Boston, September 8. The Herald
says : " The League of American Wheel
men is about to enter politics on the
question of good reads, irrespective of
OUR MINISTER TO CHINA.
Colonel Charles Denby and Legation Life
In the City of Peking. '
Now that Japan has knocked the Ko-
rean chip off the shoulder of China, and
the mikado and the emperor are settling
tbelr differences with shot and shell, Colo
nel Charles Denby, United States minis
ter to China, becomes a personage of more
than ordinary interest, although he is
absent from China on a vacation. Colo;
nel Denby was born in Botetourt oounty,
Va., about 68 years ago, and was educated
at Georgetown college, where he took three
medals for the high merit of his work,
and at the Virginia military institute.,
In 1853 he removed to Evansville, Ind.,
where he wrote for a newspaper and stud
ied law. He was admitted to the bar and
In 1856 was sent to the 'legislature. He
was surveyor of the port of Evansville un
der President Buchanan, and although
Virginian espoused the cause of the Un
ion when the war began. He served gal
lantly as lieutenant colonel of the Forty
second regiment, Indiana volunteers, and
as colonel of the Eighteenth regiment,and
was twioe wounded. In 1868 he resigned
and for 29 years devoted himself to tha
CHABLES DENBY, MINISTER TO CHINA.
practice of law. In 1885 he was appointed
minister to China and has held the office
ever since, despite changing administra
tions, a fact doubtless due to the rejection
by China of ex-Senator Blair of New
Hampshire, who was nominated as minis
ter by President Harrison..
In 1858 Colonel Denby married a daugh
ter of ex-United states senator J. . N.
Fitoh of Logansport, Ind. He is a very
able lawyer, speaks French and Spanish
fluently and knows what a Chinese laun
dry ticket calls for every time. Peking is
said to be one of the inexpensive courts
for an American diplomat. , The minister
has a house and five acres of ground, the
rent for which is paid by Uncle Sam
There are also an office building and an
additional house for his ..guests, a gate
keeper in livery and an American eagle
over the door of the office. The legation
is on the street known to the citizens of
Peking as that of the "Subject Nations,"
and all Chinese nobles think the minister
a barbarian. He never sees the emperor
and relies for his society upon the Euro
peans who live In Peking. ' '
TWO GIRL GLOBE GIRDLERS.
Studying the World's Women, They Believe
the Least Emancipated the Happiest.
Two pretty Scotch lassies, Miss F. Marie
Imandt and Miss Bessie Maxwell, are now
touring the world endeavoring to learn all
about that woman's work which the poet
says is never done, while the work of man
only lasts from sun to sun.' They start
ed from Dundee last February to girdle
the globe and tell the readers of a Dundee
paper how unemanclpated Woman the
world around was getting on. They at
last arrived in the United States and are
busily engaged in getting "soaked with
American impressions, " as Miss Imandt
puts it. ' .
From Dundee the bonny Scotch investi
gators first went to. London, which they
think is about the best field for missionary
work among women that they have yet
seen, with the possible exception of the
back streets of their own Dundee., From
England the girls went to France, Italy,
Egypt, Arabia, India, China and Japan,
The European women, Miss Imandt says,
are just beginning to wake up and ask
questions, wonder 'where they are at
and what all this talk about emacipated
and unemanclpated woman means.
This fair Scotch investigator has become
convinced that the happiest woman on
earth is the heretofore pitied woman of the
east the woman who Is a mere doll and
plaything for man's amusement, and who
is tne direct opposite or our ena oi tne
century woman. The principal reason
why the eastern woman is happier than
her more enlightened sister, according to
Miss Imandt, is because she is not ruined
and wrinkled by a mad quest of fashion
able garments. She is not bothered by
layers of .clothes, changes of fashion and
monthly statements from dry goods stores.
She wears one garment a year, and her
entire wardrobe ranges in size from a sim
ple loin cloth in some countries to a single
straight pleoe of cloth wound around her
body in others. - ' '
The women of Cairo have nothing in
the world to do but gaze in their mirrors,
eat sweetmeats and endeavor, to look
pretty. ' .
In India the Scotch girls were again
impressed with the happy condition of the
women in harems. The prettiest woman
they have yet seen oh their globe girdling
tour was a dark eyed Farsee girl of 15,
who was sweet voiced and lovely and
much happier than the western woman,
with her many cares, her ambition to be
well dressed, her worrisome servants and
her disfiguring wrinkles. .
In China the Scotch girls learned that
women are not considered the equals of
their husbands, and in Japan they became
oonvinced that the Japanese musmee had
no morals whatever. "But," says Miss
Imandt, "the Japanese woman doesn't
know she is doing wrong and ought to
burn for it, as she might possibly bis
taught by gentle people who sometimes
teach those things."
Three Persian Accomplishments. '
The ancient Persians instructed their
sons from the age of 5 to 20 in only three
things to manage the horse, to make use
of the bow and to speak the truth.
Britain's Broad Domain. '
Queen Victoria rules over 11,475,057
miles of the earth's territory and 878,725,
857 of its population. ,
THE LAND OF PROMISE
Is the mighty West, the land that " tickled with
a hoe laughs a harvest;" the 1 Dorado of the
miner; tne goal of tne agricultural emigrant.
While It teems with all the elements of wealth
and prosperity, some of the fairest and most
fruitful portions oUt bear a harvest Of malaria
reaped in its iuiiness oy tnose unprotected oy i
medicinal safeguard. No one seeking or dwell
ing in. a malarial locality Is safe from the
scourge without Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Emigrants, bear this In mind. Commercial
travelers sojourning in malarious regions' should
carry a bottle of the Bitters in the traditional
irrlnsaclc. Against the effects ot exposure, men
tal or bodily overwork, damp and unwholesome
ioou or water, it is an mxauioie uexense. uou
stlmtlon. rheumatism, biliousness, dyspepsia,
nervousness and less of strength are all reme
died oy tnis genial restorative. -
The Philadelphia Ledger notes the fact that
six streets in Washington are named Jacason
wnue mere is not one nameo alter Cornell.
THEY SOOTHE NEVER IRRITATE,
Borne people have a prejudice against
plasters, because, as they think, they burn
and blister. That is true of many, but not
of Alloock's Pobousi Plasters. They
never irritate the skin, but always have
soothing effect. .
They are useful in case of any local pain
and as a rule will brine immediate relief.
If they do not, it is because the trouble has
been allowed to become so serious that no
external remedy will reach it, and the
chances are that any treatment will fail,
For stitches in the side, weakness dr
lameness ot tne DacK, stillness ot tne joints
Allcock's Pobous Plasters have been
proved again and again to be not only a re
lief, but a care.
Bbandbbth's Fills are safe to take at
any time. .- -. - . ;:'.. :
Many a man is afraid of ghosts and still Is not
airaia oi spirits. ,
HOW'S THIS 1 . '
We offer One Hundred Dollars' reward for any
case oi catarrn that cannot oe cured Dy nail'
catarrh (Jure. jr. J. UUKMJSY (JO.,
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che
ney for the last fifteen years, and believe him
perfeotly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obligations
made oy their arm. - west s tbuaa.,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
, WALD1NG, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, actini
directly npon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Testimonials sent free. Price. 76
cents per bottle, bold by all druggists. -A
COMPLETE RECOVERY. "
' D. E. Couehanour writes from Quartz
burgh, Idaho, of the complete recovery of
jura, uougnanour irom rneumansm. one
bad been troubled for years, and had suf
fered great pain, otten not being able to
walk. Happy over his wife's relief, he tells
about it as follows :
... August 20, 1891. J
N. J. Stone & Co. .
(Calderwood's Rheumatism Curel:
Gentlemen : My wife took three bottles
of your Cure, which almost cured her. I
sent for three more for her. She took one
of these, and then was perfectly well.-- The
remaining two bottles she gave to a woman
wno could not wait, ana tnev cured cer,
My wife had suffered for four ' years with
rheumatism sometimes so badly lhat she
couia not waix. xours, :
, D. E. CoUGHANOUB.
The price of the medicine is $5 per 'pack
age of three bottles. For further particu
lars apply to jn. J. stone s (Jo., .-.
; Ban Francisco, Cal.
They tell some very funny tales
About old Portland's flood;
' :- How everything was swept away . ;
. . From where it once had stood:
How fish of monstrous size were caught.
uereatn me eiectrio ngnts, .
And how the ocean vessels sailed '
Clear up to Portland Heights.
The actual scenes of the flood are oictured in
the beautiful souvenir given free to purchasers
of the Northrop Sc Sturgis Company's strbng yet
oamty f lavoring extracts.
DOCTOR'S BILLS SAVED.
Mineral Ptrtnt, Tuscarawat Co., Ohio.
Da. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.j
uear eir-i am giaa
to say that the use of
your "Golden Medi
cal Discovery" has
saved me many doo
tora' bills, as I have for
the past eleven years,
whenever needed, been
using it for the 'erysip
elas and also for phron
io diarrhea, and am
glad to say that it has
never failed. I, have
also recommended - it
to many of my neigh
bors, as it is a medicine
J. Smith, Esq. v Joseph sjith-
PIERCE anleS a CURE
' - OR MONEY RETURNED.
The "Discovery" purifies, vitalizes and
enriches the blood, thereby invigorating the
system and building up wholesome flesh
wnen requcea py wasting urseasea,
I. FOR A CftS
Anairrenahle Tjiifltlve and NERVE TONin.
Gold bvDruoririgtaor sent bv mail. 2Ro..fi0a -
and $1.00 per package. Samples free.
1Y f fjf The Favorite TOOTH POWIM
liV Uwforthe Teeth andBreatu. 2oo, :
MTU DR. LIEBIC & CO.,
UlflJ Special Doctors for Chronic, Private
'and Wasting Diseases.
Dr. Lleblg's InvlKorator the greatest remedy for
Hemtnal Weakness, Loss of Manbood and Private
Diseases, Overcomes Prematureness and prepares
all for marriage life's duties, pleasures and respon
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one describing symptoms ; call or address 400 Geary
bc, pnvaip entrance w mason sc., Ban if rancisco.
ELY'S CREAM BALM CURES
PRICE 50 CENTS, ALL DBU0QI8TSj
Will onen September 24. Prenares for college.
Oives advanced English course.
flow preparea to receive ooaraers as wen as
day scholars. For catalogue address
; .. ,) ' fUKlMKU AUA1IHM1,
- 191 Eleventh street, Portland, Or.
llllKtS WHl-Uf All Fl SE I
Best CouRh Syrup. Tastes Good. Use I
in time, soia Dy aruggiBts.
E IT WILU NOT CURE. U
COOK'S MUSICAL INSTITUTE
Hal been In existence for over twelve years, and
has earned an enviable reputation in Portland
and vicinity. It Is located In the Abmgton
in quarters especially designed for it, and la
equipped with an extensive, library and the fin
est Grand Pianos. Send for circular.
Db. C. K. Geiobb cures Catarrh, Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs, Consumption in the first aud
second stages. Bronchitis, all difficult Chronic
Diseases and all Private Diseases of both sexes.
Medicine by mail or express. Third and Mor
rison, Portland, Or. .
Spiritual, Liberal, Social and Political Reform
ers' Books; send for catalogue. W. E. Jones,
291 Alder street, Portland, Or.
OseEnameline Stove Polish; no dust no smell.
Tbt Gismia for breakfast.'
Brings comfort afld improvement and
tends to :-persQal.-.'en5oJment when
rightly used. The .many,.-who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
'ess expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs. . ' '
Its excellence is due to Its presenting
in the form most -acceptable and pleas
ant to the .taste, -the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties. of- a perfect lax
ative; effectually clesmsing the system,
dispelling colds, . headaches and fevers
and permanently curing, constipation.
It has given satisfaction, to millions and
met with the approval & the medical
profession, because it acts, on the Kid
ndirs, LiVer and Bowels without weak
ening them arid it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance;
' Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c and $1 fcottles, but it is man
ufactured by the- California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the flame; Syfilpof Figs,
and being wU iriformeoVyou will not
accept any substitute if offered, 1
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V EXTRA -TINE.
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Tsm can save moner by wearlat- th .
W. L. Dontrlaa S3.00 ease.
Because, we are nm largest nianufactarars at
this gndeot shoes In the world, and giiaraate tasH
value br. stamping, the name aad-Vris on the
bottom, which protect roa against high prices and
the middleman's profits. Our shoes, equal custom
Work in style, easy fitting and WeilWng qualities.
We have thera Sold .everywhere at town- iiHmi tn
the value Klven than anv other make. TtAm n mk.
etitute. IX your dealer cannot supply yeu, we eaa.
NT. P. N. TJ. No. 6628. P. TST.'Tj! No. 639
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY.
... .. r .FOUNDED I870. ' v ,- .,
A yoarding and day schoojjpr boys and young men, under military discipline:
Seventeenth (17). year under present management will open September 18. Thor
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Men's Suits at $8.50, $.10.00; $12.50, $15.00, $2a00i "'
Mens Overcoats,, $i0,00,;: $12.50, $15.00, $18.00. . 1 " i v
Young Men's Suits, .$,00, $4.50, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00. - 1 " - v
Boys', Knee-Pants Suits$1.25, $1.75, $2.50, $3.50, $4.00 $5.00. ' ;1.
Oregon Wool Socks, 3 pairs for 50 cents. . '.;
White Laundried Shirts, 50 cents. ."...,.-,,:. ,'''
If you can't see us, write for goods. , , . ' , t '
Make you weak and weary, unfit for work,
indisposed to exertion. They -shoWihat
your nerve strength is gone and that.your.
nervous system neeas Duuaing up.jine
surest remedy is
rllla. It purines
nerves, creates e
an appetite, and gives sound, refreshing sleep,
Get Hood's and only Hood's. ' " :
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 25c.
AND TYPEWRITING OFFICE.
Thorough system and instruction-; good teach
ers; low terms; short time; tnsititma t b'm-"''
pe tents. Mail orders carefully and promptly
attended to.. For further particulars call on or
address EDITH A. BROWN, i
. 42 Hamilton Building, Portland, prj...
Portland Business College,
' PORTLAND,' OREGON. J '- '
A. f. AaiMTROxo, Pimr. I, A. W-raopBsf.. ;: j.
Open all the year. Students ad
mitted at any time. Instruction in
common school - and commercial
knsjehes, shorthand, typewriting, etc. - Collbob
Journal and specimens of penmanship sent --.
Fall term commences September s, 1894. fcom- -mercial
course, Shorthand course and two years'
English coarse. Send for catalogue.
For a DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE at
, Oswego, Oregon.. Address N. S. KELLOGu, (8-
nnA C-m j
We deal exclusively in Second-hand Machin
ery, and have a large assortment of En-fines,
Boilers, Pumps and General Machinery. Write
for latest descriptive catalogue. DANA, ALBEE
i FOR LADIES!
10O IN GOLD will be paid by the Koch
Chemical Go. for any cave of temale weakness
that will nnt yield to DK. J. 8. KOCH'S AN II
SEPTlC SANATIVE POWDER.; Piioo fl.00 per
box. For sale by all druggists. .. , , .
Manniactutlng--Jeweler - - ,
All kinds of jewelry made to order and re
paired at reasonable rates. Rooms 8 and 18,
232J4 Washington street, Portland, Or. , ; ... . , - i.i
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IRON WORKS, 8. F.
Mining Machinery, Bryan Mills. John
ston Concentrators, Kngloea, Boilers,
Fnmpi and General Machinery. . .
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PORTLAND WIRE AND IRON WORKS, '
834 Alder street, Portland. Pj, .
Bank and Office Railings, Pmne-Hradrrr, Frdit "
Dipping Basket and all kinds of Wire and Iron
Work. Send tor catalogue. - 1 . - - -
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Ladies' pr gents'
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" every day 'cotton'
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