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All other, powders are
cheaper made and in
ferior, and leave either
acid or alkali in the food
ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., 108 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
'." Cost of the Suei Canal.
The Suez canal, with almost 100 miles
of continuous digging, cost about $100,000,
000. Of this sum $30,000,000 was wasted in
' interest, commissions, changes of location
v and bad management. That canal has now
atrafflo of nearly 9,000,000 tons annually,
and it must be speedily enlarged to ac
commodate the commerce that is crowding
through it to the western coast of the Pa
cific ocean. North American. Review.
Aline Workers In Great Britain.
The total number of persons employed in
and about the mines of Great Britain is 721. .
028. Of this total 571,840 were men work
ing underground, 148,869 werejmen working
above ground and the remaining 6099 were
women working above ground.
A SURGEON'S JCNIFE
gives you a feeling of horror and dread.
There is no longer necessity for its use
in many diseases formerly regarded as
incurable without cutting;. The " ,
Triumph of Conservative Surgery
is well illustrated by the fact that '.
DI1DTI1PP or Breach is now rarfi
lur 1 U1VL, ciiy cured. without the
knife and without pain. Clumsy, chafing-
trusses can be thrown away ! , They
never cure but 'often induce inflamma
tion. strangulation and death.
TUMORS Ovarian. Fibroid (Uterine)
1 uniisixo aUQ- nlany others, are now
removed without the perils of. cutting
PILE TUMORS, fa 'aTi
other diseases of the lower bowel, are
permanently cured without pain or re
sort to the knife. . '
CTfilVF in the Bladder, no matter
how large, is crushed, pul
verized, washed out and perfectly re
moved without cuttiug. I
QTRIfTIlPP of Urinary Passage is
0 1 IVIV 1 UIVLi also removed without
cuttiug in hundreds of cases. . .For pam
phlet, references and all particulars,
send 10 cents (in stamps) to World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, 663 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
i and those soon to be
should know that Dr.
" Prescription robs
childbirth of its tor
tures, terrors and
dangers to both
mother and child, by
aiding nature in pre
paring ' the system
; Thereby "labor"
and the period of I
greatly shortened. It also promotes the
! secretion of an abundance of nourishment
for the child. '
Mrs. Bora A. Guthrie, of Oakley. Overton Co.,
Tenn., writes : " When I began taking Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I was not able to
stand on my feet without suffering almost death..
Now I, do all my housework, washing, cookiug,
sewing and everything formy family of eight, i
am stouter now than I have been in six years.
Your ' Favorite Prescription ' is the best to take
before cou6nemeut. or nt least it proved so with
me. I never suffered so little with any of ruy
children as I did with my last."
- PULMONARY BALSAM
The Best CITRE for Cousrbs, Colds and
Sold by all Druggists. Price, 0 cents.
J. B. GATES & CO., Proprietors,
417 Sansome St., S. F.
The Age of the Earth.
The earth's age, like that of the pro
verbial spinster, must, I suppose, be
deemed uncertain, or at least (as in the
case of the census paper) we must allow
a fair margin for probabilities. The geolo
gists on the one hand are supposed to
make very big drafts indeed on the bank
over which Father Time presides; while
the physicists on the other hand insist
on more moderate demands being formu
lated. The latest explorer in this field
of inquiry is Mr. Clarence King, a well
known American geologist, who seems
to lean to the side of the physicists in this
matter. Of course everybody starts with
the earth as a gaseous mass and every
body gets to the earth as a cooling globe,
which is certain in time to become a
burnt out cinder like the moon.
From researches on the effects of heat
and pressure as applied to a cooling orb,
Mr. King concludes that Lord Kelvin's
estimate of the earth's age is very near,
the mark. According to Mr. King the
age of Our world is to be set down as not
exceeding some 24,000,000 years, which,
I venture to say, is so entirely unthinka
ble a number that nobody may feel in
tellectually perturbed if a few millions'
more be added or a few millions be sub
tracted from the amount. Dr. Andrew
Wilson in. London Illustrated News.
:' Gorgeous Moving Vans. -
One sees a good many big vans. on the
streets the vans that in the last few years
have almost entirely replaced trucks and
express wagons and taken the sting from
the 1st of May. These monster vehicles are
lined with padding and are attended by ex
pert workmen, so that it is no longer true
that three removals are as bad as a fire. A
curious thing about these vans is that they
nave recently burst out into the most florid
illustration. In Brooklyn the pictures are
more numerous and conspicuous than they
are in New York. They cover the whole
side of the van and are often well painted.
The subjects are usually patriotic, and it is
difficult to see the relation between moving
and "Farragut Passing 1 the Forts," "The
Surrender of Lee,"."The Surrender of Corn
wallis," "Washington at Mount Vernon,"
"The Monitor and Merrimac" and .-"The
Departure of a Colored Regiment." New
York Sun. ,
The Panama Silk Tree. '.' ' '
One of the greatest curiosities of the Pan
ama isthmus is the vegetable silk tree. It
is a plant that grows from 15 to SO feet
high, and in appearance does not differ
greatly from other trees, but the inner
bark is a perfect silky fiber, long, smooth and
strong. The natives separated it by some
method best known to themselves, the proo-.
ess somewhat resembling that of beating
flax. When once it is separated and spun
into threads, it can be woven into a fabric
so closely resembling silk that it is 'dim
cult for any one not familiar with it to dis
tinguish between the two. This species of
silk goods is in high favor on the isthmus,
and a Colombian belle Is never happier
than when she is arrayed in a gayly colored
dress made from the trees in her father's
yard. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
temples of Various Kinds of Coffee That
t Were Not For Sale. ;
"While there is more or less swindling in
all sorts of foods and drinks nowadays,"
said a traveling man in the reading room of
a Detroit hotel the other evening, "the way
in which coffee drinkers are cheated is noth'
ing short of bold faced robbery. How much
pure coffee do you suppose you get to the
"They wouldn't dare put in over four
ounces of chicory," answered one of the
"Wouldn't, ehf It isn't a question of
dare, but do. You speak as if chicory wa?
the only thing used, whereas it is only one
of a dozen ingredients. Chicory isn't harm
ful, but it has become too dear to be ex
travagantly used. I'm in the coffee trade,
as you know, and I shouldn't give away
the secrets, but let me tell you that where
you get -four ounces of real coffee to the
pound you are in luck. The rest is made
up of adulteration."
VBut. that's prepared coffee."
"Just so, but if you imagine there is no
swindling in the berry you are sadly mis
taken. Hold on a minute till I bring you
down a few samples."
He went to his room and returned with
three or four samples and spread them out
on a paper and said:
"It isn't fair to the trade, but I depend
on you not to give me away.- Examine
these roasted berries.' This is a sample of
our Old Government Java. See anything
queer?" . , , '
"No," answered two or three voices after
a brief inspection.
'.'I didn't expect you would. About one
berry out of five is the real thing. The
others are Rio" which have been fed through
a machine and clipped to resemble Java.
It's easy enough to deceive the public in
prepared coffee or berries ready for grind
ing, but how about the 'green berries?
Please examine them closely. All' the
same size and shape, aren't they?" . ,
"Take 'em all for genuine Mocha, eh?"
"Of course you would! That's why we
wax fat and grow rich. One-third of those
berries are made in a machine out of a cer
tain Daste. Another third are pure Rio.
sIt's what you might call a two-thirds swin
dle on a confiding public, but please don't
give me awrfy. I could sell that coffee for
14 cents a pound and make big profit, What
i do you think of it?" ' ' ' '
' This question was addressed to an old De
troit grocer who had been attracted to the
group and was testing some of the berries
between his teeth. ' ""' ' " '""
"Did you say 14?'! asked the grocer. '
"Yes." : - . ' '
"Please take my order for half a million
"Make it an even million while you are
about it and telegraph to your house to
begin shipping at once!"'
"Gentlemen," said the coffee man as he
carefully put away his samples, "I believe
there is a bar in this house. I believe we
are all thirsty. Suppose we all take a drink
at my expense." , .
. "But what about the order?" asked the
grocer, with a smile.
"Nothing. These chaps were hungry for
a yarn, and I was giving 'em one, and you
were a mighty mean" man to come along
and let me down in this fashion." Detroit
Free Press. . , -; .
The Tomato Is a Vegetable.
The question whether the tomato is a
fruit or vegetable has finally been decided
by the supreme court of the United States.
Several years ago some imported' tomatoes
came through - the custom house in New
York city, when the collector classified
them as vegetables and collected duty ac
cordingly. The importers disputed this
point and claimed tomatoes to be fruit and
entitled to come in free. . The matter was
taken into court, which decided in favor of
the collector's claim that the tomato is a
vegetable. St. Louis Republic. .
A LITTLE THING.
"It is a little thing to speak a phrase of
common comfort which by daily use has
almost lost its sense, yet on the ear of him
who thinks to die unmourned it will fall
like choicest music." It is a simple thing
to suffer ordinary pain ; bat when it comes
by day and night. with neuralgia's oruel
hurt, there's nothing better to cure it
than St. Jacobs Oil, which penetrating to
every part that aches leases the pain and
leaves a perfect cure behind it. It's a little
tmng to ao, dui tne comiori 01 reiiei ir m
such distress will make one feel the hap
pier hours ot lite. .
' Compassion For a Companion. .
This story is at present making the round
of the German musical press: When , the
composer Schulze was captured by brigands
in the Abruzzi, they demanded one of his
own compostions from him, with the re
sult that he sang an aria from his latest
opera. But; before it was ended the entire
band burst into tears, and their captain,
offering his - hand to Schulze, released him
with the wof ds: "So you, too, steal? I never
exact anything from a colleague!"
Its Fame Will Live.
England's Powerful Gun.
There is a gun in the British navy, a 23-tOD
Armstrong, which hurls a solid shot a dis
tance of 12 rjiles, the highest point in the
arc described by the shot being 17,000 feet
above the earth's surface. ' The discharge
of the gun cannot be heard at the place
where the ball strikes. St. ljouis Republic.
In Wyoming is a mound of rock and
earth standing alone in the middle of a
plain called Church butte. It is of most
fantastic shape and looks in the distance
like the ruins of some grand old cathedral.
HOPE CRUSHED TO EARTH
Will rise again in the bosom of a dyspeptic wise
enough to substitute for the pseudo tonics,
which have bamboozled him out of his belief
in the possibility of cure, the real inVigorant
and stomachic, Hoste'ter's Stomach Bitters.
The bilious, the nervous, the dyspeptic, the
rheumatic alike derive i-peedy bene6t from this
helpful botanic medicine. Persons suffering
from Indigestion will gain no positive perma
nent good from tne nery, unmeaicated stimu
lants of commerce, too often used recklessly.
The Bitters Is immeasurably to be preferred to
these as a tonic, since its pure batls is modified
by the conjunction with it of vegetable ingredi
ents of the hignest remedial excellence. Mala
ria Is prevented and remedied by it, and it in
fuses vigor into the weak and siCKiy. A wine-
giassiui three times a flay is tne average aose.
"Did you tell Mr. Snobberly that I was t ot
in?" Bridget I did, ma'am; ruthe looked so
doubtfu1, I don't think he'd 'a' believed it if
you'd 'a. toia mm wia your own lips.
. Rev. Dr. Parker
Is the beloved pastor of the Universal.
ist church at Fargo, N. D., and has also
been a pastor in Providence, K. 1., fieyr
York City and Troy, N. Y. He.says :
" I regard Hood's Sarsaparilla the best
blood purifier, and I have good reason for
this opinion. I
am now 80 years
of age. .. Four year j
ago I was afflicted
in' my back and
limbs,: so badly
that it was impos
sible' for me to
get my usual sleep
at night I had
just partially J re-'
covered from the
grip, which re-
Bar. J. N. Parker, D. . ul"f"
Fargo, D.N. 40 fts. M.y appe
tite was poor and I felt languid and weak.
In fact I was in a very dilapida'ed con
dition. Havinsr heard and read so much
i about the wonderful cures produced by
Hood's Barsaparilla 1 reso'vea to give it
atrial. I followed the directions, and be-
A Cement For Iron and Stone.
Lavaoid is a cement for iron and stone that
is now being introduced by a Vienna firm.
The Austrian authorities speak of the com
pound in the highest terms. It consists of
sulphur, iron, silicic acid and alumina, and
it is used in a molten condition. Its appli
cations in iron and stone work are stated
to be numerous, (t serves also as an elec
tric insulator, -It-melts -at 125 degrees C
and cools quickly. New York Telegram.
Ferrv's Seeds at vour dealers
as fresh and fertile as though
' you got them airect irom rerry s
are known and planted every-
wnere, ana are riwbji mv
Dent, f frry'm sweet abdiim
lor j.sva liens an auuub
D. M. Ferry A Co.
The Authorship of an Old Rhyme.. .
A paragraph is going the round of the
provincial press attributing the well known
lines, "Thirty Days Hath September," to
schoolmaster at Newcastle-on-Tyne, named
Springmanh, who flourished there during
the early years of the present century. The
blunder originated in a curious way. Eight
or 10 years ago a biography of Springmann
appeared In the Newcastle Weekly Chron
icle, in which note was made of a practice
which the old schoolmaster adopted of turn
ing his lessons into rhymes, like the familiar
lines "Thirty days," etc Somebody, mis
reading the article, assumed that Spring
mann composed "the familiar' lines," and
has recently sent the error booming through
the press. Cor. Notes and Queries. p . t - .
One of Edison's Prophecies. '.
Edison prophesies that ' before long edi
tors will read off all copy into phonographs,
editing as they go along. -. The compositor
will put the cylinder on another phono
graph, and while listening to the dictation
of the machine will transcribe the article
directly by the keys of the mechanical type
setter. Exchange. - : "i ""'
Better check it at once. There's
no telling what a sore throat will
qo 11 you give it right of way.
Uncertain remedies often cause
dangerous delay. You . had bet
ter make the cure sure with "
Known for half a century as a
specific for sore throat, croup,
coughs and all kindred troubles.
Keep it by you for an emergency .
It never fails. Sold everywhere.
The quantity has been doubled,
but the price remains the same.
Perry" Davis & Son, Providence,. I.
Ely's Cream Balm
Price 50 Cents.
Apply Balm into each nostril.
JLhi u&Q.t 66 Warren St., N, Y.
The Beauty of a Persian Cssti.i ! ' i ;
Perhaps the most peculiar fancy of
travelers abroad is that of carrying from
Persia the great blooded cats that are o
hard to domesticate. However,, as. an
up town housekeeper exclaims, ' 'Of
course one is a little' afraid of them, but
-thjlw An 1 rrr cfvljnh i-ri a VQ1orTv,a'HV.j I
iy'l" New York Times. ! i.VwiV
Always Somebody to Complain.'
: There is always one discontented soul
to lament over imprjoyeraentg, ; jlikpithtt 61
Scotchwoman who complained of the
fresh water that had been introduced in
to the city. "Ah, but it's no like the
auldj it neither smells nor tastes f" '
DHBSiaiCim,"V ' TAKE -.- I
Til. 1 J nn-M vitoA hv Oil A-WttTm
gists. It cures Incipient Consumption
and la tbe best Cough and Cfcoup Cure
fnra iha fifth hnttlfi was finished my ap
petite was restored. I felt invigorated and
- . - r 1 j.; 3i K.. I I v
strong, my rneumauo uiuiuuity uau en
tirely disappeared. I cannot but think
verv highly of Hood's, Sarsaparilla." J.
N, Barker. " HOOD'S CORES.
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. Easy to carry in
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Sent in plain
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STATUE OP THE REPUBLIC
COURT OF HONOR
The World's Columbian Expos
ition marked the climax of hu
man achievement. It will live in
memory of the crowning glory of
modern times. No other devel
opment of the closing century
can compare with it in practical
benefit to mankind.
Who that exhibited is not
proud of it ? Who that failed to
exhibit does not regret the omis
sion ? The former are the people
of to-day. The latter are relics
o the past.
No honor so high as that em
bodied in ah award at the fair.
Competition was world-wide, the
fruits of ripest experience and
noblest endeavors were submit
ted for examination.
Honest tribunals, composed of
eminent scientists, examined and
passed updn the claims of exhib-,
itors. . Their judgement based on
1 inquiry and justice, proves con
clusively the value of any article
Their approval was stamped on
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
It received the highest award at the fair from a jury headed
by the Chief Chemist of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Dr Price's was officially commended for highest leavening
power, purity, keeping qualities and general excellence. - '
'' Ideal, of Physical Perfection.
.Some years ago, in an article on "The
Cradle of the Semites," I had occasion to
study the ideals of male and female beauty
shadowed forth in the erotic composition
known as the "Song of Songs," or the
"Song of Solomon," in the Old Testament.
It dates from about 250 B. C. There the
male is portrayed as "white and ruddy,"
his hair black and curly, his eyes gray
("like doves washed with ,milk"), his
stature tall. He describes his bride as
"fair all over, without a spot," slender,
"like a palm tree" (not fat, as modern
oriental beauties), her hair "as a flock of
goats," that is, wavy and light brown,
probably, her lips red, , . "like a thread of
scarlet."- ' ' ". " .
" The interesting feature in both, these
descriptions is that, they , point much more
to the blonde than to the brunette type as
that which, hovered before the imagination
of the sous and daughters of Israel as the
realization of their amorous dreams. Cor.
Science. , . . ', " ' ' - " - . .
' The Influence' of. th. Romap :Pantheoii
' For Ave centuries the Roman world turn
ed to the Pantheon, till out of it arose anew
art in Constantinople. Then in the fifteenth
century, at the revival, the humanist artists
turned again to this same great work. It
gave rise first to the dome of Florence, and
then to the dome of St. Peter's. 150 years
later.-: From ot. Peter's the dome spread
all over the world the Pantheon and the
Invalides fit Paris, St. Paul's in London,
the capitol at Washington, the Isaao
church at St. Petersburg are mere imita
tions of St. Peter's. And thus .from the
Pantheon has sprung the architecture
which from Chili to Chicago,, from, the
British islands to the Turkish empire, from
St. Petersburg to bicily, is seen in a thousand-varieties
and in ten thousand ex
amples. Fortnightly Review.
HOW'S THIS f
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
an., suioa nf Pota..). I that Aannxf l.n
cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure!
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., '
We, the undersigned , have known F. J.
Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business '
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West & Teuax,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
VYiUMKO, JS.INNAB MABVIN,
Wholesale Druggists,. Toledo, O.
' Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly npon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
free.- - -,
He returned the pound of sugar,
-, And sadly shook his head ;
"I do not want the earth,1' was all
He to the g. ocer said.
.Encountered Everything Else. '-'.
' Brown I am sorry that you met with
opprobrium on your recent dramatic tour.
H. Booth Smith Oh, it wasn't as bad as
that. We met jeers and hisses and even
eggs, but I can't recall opprobrium.
Vogue.'' "'V; ' . '--."''.
CHICKEN RAISING PAYS
If yttu uSe the Petalum
Incubators A Brooders
Make money : while
others are , wasting
time by old processes.
Catalog tel is all about
it, and describes every
articieneeaea ior int
wheel. Prettiest model.
we are Pacific Coast
Agents Bicycle cata
full description . prices, etc. , agents wanted.
PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO., Petalnma.Cal.
Branch Housb, 231 S Main St., Los Angeles.
' v '
Imitations have been put upon the mar
ket so closely resembling Alicock's Pob
oug PLA8TBB8 in general appearance as to
be well calculated to deceive.. It is, how
ever, in general appearance only that they
compare with Ali.cock's, for they are
worse than wortlhess, inasmuch as they
contain deleterious ingredients which are
apt to cause serious injury. Remember
that Allcock's are the genuine porous"
plasters the best external remedy ever
produced; wh-sn purchasing plasters do
not only ask tor but make sure that you.
Bbandreth's Pills, the best anti-billious
remedy. -. ;
; basher I hear that you were in a free fight
lastnignt. Smash -r Free .light!, Not on your
stay here. I paid flO and costs for it this morn
, PIANOS-Hardman Chlckering FiBCher.
Low prices; easy terms. For t ale by
'. WILEY B. ALLKN Co. (the oldest and
Largest music store), 211 First fil., Portland.
Use Knamellne Stove Polish; no dust no smell.
Tbt Gxbmia for breakfast.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Itii wearing qualities are unsurpassed, actually
outlasting two boxes of any other brand. Free
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i , FOE 8AEB BY OREGON AND ... ,
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FRENCH AENAMEU.ED CALF. '
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Over One Million People-wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money.
The price are uniform, stamped on sole.
They equal custom Shoes in style and
Their wearing qualities are unsu
From $ to $3 saved over other makes.
i ii your aeaier cannot supply you we can.
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IMPORTER8, SHIPPING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Liberal advance made on approved
consignments of Wheat, Flour, Gate, Wool and Hops. Special imports from China, Japan and In
dia: Tea, Coffee, Rice, Matting and Rugs, Suices, Sago, Tapioca, China Nut Oil, etc. From Liv
erpool: Liverpool Fine, Coarse and Lump Rock Bait, Chemicals of all kinds, Tinplate, selected
No. 1 returned Wheat Bags, Hop Burlap. Roll Brimstone, Bas Ale, Huinness' Porter, Scotch and
Irish Whisky, Brandy and Wine, frr sale in quantities to suit the trade. PORTLAND, OR.
Consumptives and people
who have weak Inngs or Asth
ma, should use Piso's Core for
Consumption. It has eared
thousands. It has not Injur
ed one. It is not bad to take.
It Is the best cough syrup.
Bold everywhere. VSe.
Three doses only. Try It.
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Dry granulated sugar in 1Mb. sacks for. M 75 Best coal oil per case.. . , .......II 80
Best brands of flour per barrel ; 2 16 Arbuckle's coffee per pound.... 22i
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MARK L. COHN A CO. 140 front Street, Portland. Or.