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ITrvltandknow Hie sausuccion oia
j. . Cplor Photography.
i Amateur photographers are now ex
perimenting extensively with the new
process of color photography. The
nature of the chemicals used is a' secret,
although, the ' method is very simple.
Over forty shades may be produced
from the three . primary colors used.
The photographio plate is developed in
the usual 'manner, after the oolor
liquids are." applied. Most of the ool
"ored photographs seen heretofore have
been painted by hand. The new auto
matic, process gives much finer results.,
Pictures "of landscapes and marine
views are very . satisfactory. But the
most striking are those taken of sol
diers of the French army.' Gorgeous
reds, blues, both light and dark, gold
buttons,' and laoes bhow with great
brilliancy Even precious stones have
been pitotured clearly by the new pro
cess. It is so delicate that not only
flesh tints . but actual (Jifferences in
complexion show. ' ''' "
Your picture may be taken in all the
oolors of nature, giving color of hair,
eyes and skin. - Spring ' bonnets and
new gowns may be shown to best ad
vantage. It is thought that at last sat
isfactory photographing of oil paintings
may be accomplished. - .
. London's Public Parka.
Some loyal Britisher has deoided
that the city of London needs a de
fender and comes to the front with the
following claims: Since the year 1839
the city lias paid toward ' the improve
ment of the whole municipality about
$56,11G,'400, or a daily expenditure
of over $3,000. As for - the claim that
the city is- Stuffy and sadly in need of
breathing space, he insists that, exclu
sive of private gardens,, close upon 25
per cent of the whole area of the city
is given up to the public for recreation
grounds; thus, within the five-mile
radius of Charing Cross there are no
less than 53 ground areas, apart from
the cemeteries, the private grounds
and square gardens, nearly all of them
exceeding 20 acres in extent.
A New Anaesthetic :
: A Polish chemist is said to have in
vented an anaesthetio which votalizes
rapidly upon exposure to the air, ren
dering the persons near unconscious for
a long time. It is calculated that in
warfare a bomb exploded , in the midst
of the enemy would have the effect of
putting the entire body to sleep. A
pellet of the substance broken under a
man's nose put him to sleep for four
for those who find It.
' What is the missing word in the following
Schillings Best tea is not only, pure but it
is- - -because it is fresh-roasted.'
1 Get a package of Schillings Best tea at your grocers 5 take out the Yellow
Ticket; send it with your guess to Schilling's Best Tea, San. Francisco, by
August 31st. . '. y ',
One guess allowed for every yellow ticket. If your guess reaches us before
July 1st, you are entitled to two guesses for each ticket. ' - v
If only one person finds the word he gets $1000. If several find it, the
$1000 will be divided equally among them. , ; ' , . ;
Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping
, babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one en-
velope will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it '
' In addition to the $1000 offered we will pay $100 each to the two persons
. who .send in the largest number of Schilling's Best yellow tickets before June
15th.. . - ,- . ' . ' ..
Italy's Marrirge Premium. ;
Italy is a country where marriage
will always be popular, for the govern
ment has a special' fund for providing
marriage portions for poor young girls.
Without a dower-it would be almost
impossible for A girl to be married, and
this form of charity is said to be highly
appreciated. The annual sura availa
ble for this purpose and distributed
every year among, the marriageable
young girls is 500,000. To( be a re
cipient it is necessary for the applicant
to prove her good reputation and char
acter by several witnesses, to show that
she has no means available, and that
the young man . who wishes to marry
her has a trade.
A SURE DELIVERANCE.
Not instantaneously, it is true, but in a short
space of time, persons of a bilious habit are
saved from tne tortures which a disordered
liver is capable of inflicting by Hostetter's
Stomach Biiters. an ami bilious medicine and
aperient of the first rank. The pains in the
right side and through the right shoulder blade,
the sick headache, nausea, constipation ami
saffron hue of the skin, are entirely remove !
by this estimable restorative of tone to the
organs of secretion and digestion.
The largest wolf ever killed in the
northern part of . Montana was roped
and dragged to death near Nashua,
Valley oounty, recently, and measured
seven feet from tip to tip. .-.
HOME PRODUCTS AND PDKK FOOD.
All Eastern Syrup, so-called, usually very
light colored and of heavy body, is made from
glucose. "Tea Garden Drips" is made from
ugar Cane and Is strictly pure. It is for sale
by first-class grocers, In cans only. Manufac
tured by the Pacific Coast Syrup Co. All gen
uine "tea Harden Drip" have the manufac
turer's name lithographed on every can.
When last heard ' from that book
agent who recently invaded Mississippi
with a work on "Irrigation" was only
a few rods ahead of the mob. , : -
State or Ohio, City of Toledo, j
Hicas County. j 1 "
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co...
I doing business in the city of Toledo, County
1 and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
I the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
: and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of H all's Catarrh Ci'ue.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. IS80.
(-) A. W. GLEASON,
, jJSEALJ . Notary pubnc
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drngglsts, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Some citizens in Kansas are trying
to raise $1,000 for a marble bust of
Charles Robinson, the first governor of
the state, to be placed in the chapel of
the State university. '
Piso's Cure for Consumption is the best
of all cough cures. George W. Lotz, Fa
bucher, La., August 26, 1895.
So dense is the water in the deepest
parts of the ocean than an ironclad, if
it were to sink, would never reach the
bottom. v . . .
An Engineering Feat. -Working
plans for a tunnel to con
nect Sicily with the mainland of Italy,
under the Strait of Messina, are on ex
hibition at the University of Pavia.- A
tunnel is thought more feasible than a
suspension bridge, as the narrowest
part of the strait is two miles wide,
and the least span possible, 10,500 feet,
is considered dangerous on account of
the prevalent high winds.":
riBBITlU FOR SALE by J. H. Bishop, 701
tfllADlUD phoenix bldg, Minneapolis, Minn.
- Rivalry of English Cities. .
The English cities, Manchester and
Liverpool, which are one hour apart by
rail, continue to fight for commercial
supremacy, and while Manchester has
spent an enormous sum to construct a
ship canal to divert the trade of Liver
pool, the latter city has put $45,000,
000 into a new system of docks. , : ;
The oldest bank in existence is the
Bank of Naples, which has of late been
passing through such troublous times.
The bank dates from 1539. The Bank
of England was not established until
1694. : - ;
won't see it again for
A Schilling & Company
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER.
Downing, Hopkins & Company's Review
.- of Trade. , ..
It "was a quiet week in the wheat
market last wbek. The bulls continue
to have the benefit of the statistics;
the bears of the' speculative dullness
and of the relative cheapness of all the
other grains. ;.: The crop news was
about equally divided.- Complaints
came from abroad, particularly from
France. On the other hand, the ad
vices from the Northwest, were exceed
ingly bearish. The extreme South
west had arso n great deal to say of an
early harvest. At the opening of the
week there was a considerable shi pping
business, and the seaborn d did a fair
export trade from Monday up to the
Saturday close. Here there was a
lessened'demand du.-itig the latter half
of the week. The out movement, how
ever, as the result of sales made the
week before, was 'very large; sufficient
to lead to the expectation of a reduc
tion iu the Chicago s';ock Monday of
1,000,000 bushels. . Prices continued to
show "premiums" instead of "carry
ing chargee," the isot unquestionably
which troubled the bears more , than
any other. May was o ovev July at
the close and July uc over September.
That sort of relationship left no room
for any of., the ' usual philsophizing
about "burdens."- It was apparent
from the' quickness with which shorts
took alarm on any news unfavorable
to them that they refcoanized 1 that,
they were granting all the advantages
at the start. ' ;.
, There will this week probably be
flaring announcements of harvesting in
Indian Territory and Texas. It will
not be many days before the crowd be
gins to anticipate the June 10th govern
ment report, which will give the first
announcement as to spring wheat Veu
and condition. , The former will show
a large increase and the latter will be
high. , . , - - .- .
" ; Portland, Or., June 1, 1897i
Flour Portland, sSalerri, Cascadia
and Dayton, $3. 75 Benton county and
White Lily, $3.75; graham, $3.40; su
perfine, $2.60 per barrel.
Wheat Walla Walla. 74 75c; Valley,-
76c per bushel. - ''-'"'
Oats Choice white, 3840o per
bushel; choice gray, 3739c. s , .',
Hay Timothy, $13.0014.00 per
ton; clover, $11.5012.50; wheat and
oat, $11.0012.00 per ton.
Barley Feed barley, $16.50 per ton;
brewing, $18 19. .
Millstuffs Bran, $14.50, shorts,
$16.50; middlings, $23.50. ; '
Butter Creamery, 80c; dairy, 20 '
22c; store, 17 K30o per roll. -.
Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, 25 35c;
Garnet Chilies, 6565o;-Early Rose,
8540o per sack; sweets, $2.75 per
cental for Merced; new potatoes, lo
per pound. . -
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $2.50
2.75; geese, $4.007.00; turkeys, live,
12o; ducks, $3.006 00 per dozen.
Eggs Oregon, 10 11c per dozen.
. Cheese Oregon, : llc; Young
America, 12 10 per pound. , ' ''"
Wool Valley, 12c per , pound;. East
ern Oregon, 68o. , : , s.
Hops 7c per pound. -
Beef Gross, top steers, $3.50;
cows, $2.503.00; dressed beef, 5
6Jc per pound.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers
and ewes, 2 s; dressed ' mutton, 4
5c per pound. . ' . j .
Hogs Gross, choice, heavy, $4.00
4.50; light and feeders, $2. 503.00;
dressed $5.00 5. 50 per cwt. '
Veal Large, 8J 4c; small, 4
Bo per pound. ' .. . , i .
''-' Seattle, Wash., June 1, 1897.
Wheat Chicken feed, $26 27 per
ton.. .H .''..'; .y -Oats
Choice, $23 24 per ton.
Flour (Jobbing) Patent excellent,
$4,75; Novelty A, $4.45; California
brands, $4.90; Dakota, $5.65; patent,
.Barley Rolled or ground, $20 per
ton; whole, $19. , . .
Corn Whole, $20 per ton; cracked,
$21; feed meal, $21. -
Millstuffs Bran, $15.00 per ton;
shorts, $18. . ; .
' Hay Puget sound, per ton, $13.00;
Eastern Washington, $18; California.
$15.- ;, . ;:,..-
Feed Chopped feed, $18.00 per ton;
middlings, $22; oilcake meal, $30.
Poultry Chickens, live, per pound,
hens, 10c; spring-chickens, $2.503.50;
ducks, $56. '
Butter Fancy native creamery,
brick, ... 15c; ranch, 1012. J
Cheese Native Washington, 11
llc; Eastern, 12c; California 9 c.
Vegetables Potatoes, per ton, $12.00
14; parsnips, per sack, $1; beets,
per sack, $1.25; turnips, per sack, $1,25;
rutabagas, per sack, 60c; carrots, ' per
sack, 75c; cabbage, per 100 lbs,
$1.75;' onions, per 100 lbs, $1.50.
Sweet potatoes Per 100 lbs, $3. 50;
new potatoes, loperlb. .
,;; Eggs Fresh ranch, 14l5o.' -
Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef,
steers, 7c; cows, 6Jc; mutton, sheep,
7c per pound; lamb, 5o; pork, 6)c per
pound; veal, small, 6 7o. .
Fresh Fish Halibut, ' 4 5c;
salmon, 6 8c; salmon trout, 710c;
flounders and soles, 8 4c. '
Provisions Hams, large,ll;'hams,
small, lljjc; breakfast bacon, 10c; dry
salt sides, 7c per pound.
Fruits Lemons, California, fancy,
$2.508.50; choice, $2; Cal fornia
fancy navals, $3. 50 4.
' San Francisco, June 1,' 1897.
Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, ' 90c;
Early Rose, 60 70c; River Bur
banks, 5075c; - sweets, . $1.25 per
cental. - ' '
Onions New, 40 50c.
Eggs Ranch, 12 14 i per dozen .
Butter Fancy creamery, 1 5c; do
seconds, 13 14c; fancy dairy,
1314c; seconds, lltgl'Sa
Cheese Fancy mild, new, 78c;
fair to good, 77c; Young America,
78c; Eastern, 1415o.
BRIEF PftGIFIC m m
A Resume of, Events in
Northwest. ' ;"
EVIDENCE OF STEADY GROWTH
News Gathered In All tha Towni of
) Our Nelghborlnit States Improve
1 mentNoted in All Tnduatrlei Oregon;
A special term of circuit court for
Grant county will be held at Canyon
City, July 19 next.
Fred and Tobey Hanna of Olex, Gil
liam county, last , week, after plowing
was over, killed 1,200 squirrels.
. Mrs. Mary Patterson, for many years
a resident of Umatilla county, died at
her home in Pendleton, at the ripe age
of 84 years. . -' , "-1 ' -. ,. '
There was an Indian war, dance in
j the Armory , hall in Condon, Gilliam
county, :last Week, by a band of red
j ekins in that town. .
j ; Coos county has 71 public sohool
j honses and 2,098 legal voters for school
I purposes. Curry county has 18 school
j houses and 520 legal voters.- . " ' .
Lane county is only a little more than
I six months -bohind in her payments of
; county warrants, and warrants are sel
t ling at 2 per cent premium. . . y
1 J. W. Blake delivered 7,000 head of
I sheep at Lone Rock in Gilliam county
j last week 3,000 wethers to Harry
Clay 'and 4,000 ewes to several other
parties. - ' -' .-. ' . . - -"
- A few days ago a band of 500 head of
hordes, owned by George Holstein, G.
W. Mood and Dan Tartarr was started
from the-Eagle valley range, in Uma
tilla county, over the trail for South
Dakota to find a market. ' (y-y
The warehouses in The Dalles are
filling with wool, but no saies of the
1897 Clip have thus far , been reported,
says the Times-Mountaineer. .While
there are a number of woolbuyers here,
the market is still dull, and will likely
show no activity until the bulk of the
wool is in. . - - . '..-,,
y William Sayers, an old man about 60
years of age, was killed last week at
Lost river gap, Klamath county, by his
team running away. There was no
eye-witness to the accident, but Sayers
was evidently thrown from the wagon,
striking upon his head among the rocks
and crushing his skull.
The residence of Rev., J. H. Grant,
in Gray Butte, Crook county, burned
last week. .The library, valued at $500,
burned, as did most of the clothing and
furniture. Mr. Graritwasnot at home,
and, in saving the - children, Mrs.
Grant's hands were severely burned
.'and her hair was singed.
Frank Davenport, of Hood River, who
has the contract for building the big
irrigating flume and ditch on the west
side of Hood river valley, and is one of
the principal stockholders, says the
ditch will be completed about the mid
dle of July. It will cost $26,000 and
furnish 2,000 inches of water. v
. . .Washington.'
A. T. Hammond, of Everett, was
found dead in his bed, having died dur
ing the night of hoart disease.
Funds have been subscribed in' Port
Townsend to, build, a trail along the
Little , Quilicene river, and into the
: The enrollment at the Castle Rock
school has increased to more .than 200,
and the directors found it necessary to
employ a fourth teacher.
George Guthridge has commenced an
action in the superior court against the
city of Walla Walla for damages in the
sum of $15,726 on 'account of injuries
receivd while acting as engine driver in
the fire department. - I -l y
The Tacoma saloons, which have been
allowed to keep open all night, must
close their - doors from now on between
the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock A. M.
Chief Hoge has issued orders to that
effect, and says he intends to enforce
them to the letter.'. ,
' Under the new law, the inmates of
the school for defective youth, at Van
couver, will probably not Spend their
vacations at home this summer, unless
their parents are able to pay their tran
sportation, as no provision for such ex-'
'pense is made by the new law. ' v
I The sulphur mines now located near
jthe Natches trail about 15 miles from
(Buckley were first discovered by a
camper whose fire ook hold of the
rocks, which burned and created such a
smell that he had to move two or three
miles to get away from the fumes. , y
The fish commission steamer Alba
tross last Week lowered the deep-sea fish
net off Cape Flattery, arid when the net
was drawn up with great difficulty an
enormous shark was found, -weighing
650 pounds, and being 10 feet long.
It had devoured all the small fish in the
net. The shark was cut up afterwards
and thrown overboard. ;i , ,:
Stockmen who have been makings
round-up of their horses on the range in
"Asotin county . complain that many of
their finest and most valuable geldings
are missing and cannot be found, al
though every nook and corner of the
range has been hunted over, says the
Sentinel. All the old mares and 1 and
2-year-olds"were found on their usual
feeding grounds. : ,y ;. 1 ' 1;
Land Commissioner Robert Bridges
is in Spokane leasing school lands.
Section 16 lies close to the business sec
tion of the city, and has over 150
dwellings, stores, etc., built by squat
ters. "The section is platted into 2,080
ldts. and has wide streets, but owing
to the title being in the state, water,'
sewer, and gas connections have never
been extended through it. v In most in
stances the squatters are leasing the
land on which their improvements ex
ist, paying an average yearly rental of
($3 for corner lots and $1 for inside lots.
Profeisor R. S. Bowman, Instructor of Natural Science in Hartsville College, Cured
. of a Severe Illness by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
' .; People'After
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Professor R. S. Bowman, the able
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and favorably known, not only as an
educator, but also as a minister of the,
gospel, as for a number of years 1 he
was pastor of the United Brethren
church at Charlotte, Mich., before com
ing to Hartsville.
PROF. It. S. BOWMAN. .
Some time ago he had a severe ill
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terviewed him regarding his experi
ence. ' Professor Bowman was in the
midst of his work when the reporter
called, but he cheerfully gave him a
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"A year ago last fall," said the
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used many different proprietary medi
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I had heard much about the wonderful
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Hartsville, Ind., March 16, 1897. "'
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State of Indiana, ss.
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of Trade Brokers. Oltlces in Portland, Oregon,
Spokane and Seattle, Wash. . .
1 , W Mrs. winslow's Soothing Sybup should alwaye be i
I used for children teething. It soothes the child, soft-1
i ens tne gums, anays an pain, cures wjdo couc.ana is
iyti all pain, cures wind colic. and is 4
for diarrhoea. Twenty five cents a j
8t of all. 2
I h me Desii remeav ioru
' i C bottlo. Tt is theiK'st c
KDPTtTBK and PII.ES cured ; no pay un
til cured ; send for book. Iirs. Mansfield
obterfield, 338 Market St., San i'mncisco.