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' 1 Can Be Made to Go.
"The melancholy days hav come;"
beta rheumatism come with them? It
can be made to go. right off by the use
of St. Jaoobs Oil, which cures and leave
no trace behind.
Macaroni With Mayonnaise.
A delicious way to serve macaroni
is to place it on the same plate -with
lettuoe, the mayonnaise doing sauce
service for both. The macaroni is cut
into thin shoes from macaroni and
cheese baked the day before. . It is
And every thought requires an expendi
ture of vitality which must be restored by
means of the blood flowing to the brain
and other, organs. The blood must be
pure, rich and nourishing. It Is made so
by Hood's Sarsaparilla which Is thus the
great strength-giving medicine, the cure
for weak nerves, scrofula, catarrh, and all
diseases caused by poor, impure blood.
Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1: six (or ts.
Hood's Pills cure indigestion. 25 cents.
With Caucasian Honors.
Tin Loy, a prominent Chinese mer
chant of Grass Valley, died the other
day, and at his funeral was honored as
are few Chinese in this country. ,. A
brass band headed the prooession, and
the pallbearers were white men who
knew the Chinese in his lifetime and
had business relations with him. He
left a family, the daughters of which
had been highly educated in American
No household is complete without a bot
tle of the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It
Is a pure and wholesome stimulant rec
ommended by all physicians. Don't ne
glect this necessity.
Maori girls in the North Island of
New Zealand are being tattooed by a
. Urewera tohunga for $15 apiece.
FITS Permanently Cured. So fltsor nervousnes
II after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. Send for FKKK Ss.oo trial
bottle and treatise. SR. B. H, KIAMiL Ltd., 830
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
. An English physioian has discov
ered a way of producing looal anaes
thesia without the loss of consciousness
or the use of ether or choir of orm. fie
uses moderate currents of electricity
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. ,
The rate at which Zulus can travel in
an emergency is astonishing. Some
will cover as much as 60 miles in six
hours. ' ' Eight miles an hour is an or
If vou want the best wind mill. tumrs.
tanks, plows, wagons,, bells of all sizes. I
Vu-tilovo on nltina sT rrannml tvtannfnavM laa ;
or write JOHN POOLE, foot of Morrison
street, i'ortiana, uregon.
The polar currents are said to contain
less salt than those from the equator.
In the fall cleanse your system by using
. Dr. Pfunder's Oregon Blood Purifier.
The horse, when grazing, is guided
entirely by the nostrils in the choice oi
proper food, and blind horses are never
known to make mistakes in their diet.
100 REWARD 8100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
Jearn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all Its
stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cuie known to the medical
: fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
: ease, requires a constitutional treatment.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the patient
Strength by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work. The pro
prietors have so much faith In its curative
powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollar
for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list
of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY b CO., Toledo, O.
Bold bv druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Zoologists say that all known species,
of wild animals are gradually dimin
ishing in size.
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS.
Daughters Should be Carefully
Guided In Early Womanhood.
What suffering' frequently results
from a mother's ignorance) or more)
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter! '
. . Traditionsays "woman mustsuffer,"
and young women are so taught.
There is a little truth and a great deal
of exaggeration in this. If a young
woman suffers severely : she needs
treatment and her mother should sea
that She gets it. .. ...
Many mothers hesitate to take their
. daughters to a physician for examina
tion; but no mother need hesitate to
write freely about her daughter or
herself to Mrs. Plnkham and secure
the most efficient advice without
charge. Mrs. Pinkham's address is
The following letter from Miss Martb
V. Johnson, Centralia, Pa , shows what
neglect will do, and tells how Mrs.
Finkham helped her i
' "My health became so poor that I
bad to leave school. I was tired all the
, time, and had dreadful pains in my
side and back. I was also troubled
with irregularity of menses. I was
very weak, and lost so much flesh that
my friends became alarmed. My
mother, who is a firm believer in your
remedies from experience, thought per
haps they might benefit me, and wrote
you for advice. I followed the advice
you gave, and used Lydia E. Pinkham's
..Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills as
you directed, and am now as well as I
ever was. 1 have gained flesh and have
a good color. I am completely cured of
mints WHiut in nsf mis.
Best Cough Bjrup. Tastes Good. Use I
in time. tol(r dt oniKjrtM.s.
As Sugar Is Made in Field's, and
Henry W. Diederich, United ' States
consul at Magdeburg, Germany, sends
the following repoit to the state depart
ment. The report will prove of inter
est and value to the farmers of the
Northwest, who are just taking up the
industry. Mr. Diedrich says:
The results of the war with Spain are
bound to effect changes in various direc
tions that no one could have foreseen
at the beginning of this year. Not the
least important is the bearing they will
undoubtedly have on the sugar industry
in Germany and in the United States.
An enoromus increase in the production
of sugar in the islands of Cuba, Puerto
Eioo, the Philippines and Hawaii is
probable in tne near future. With
coolie and Chinese labor in the Orient
and in the Paoific, with the stimulus of
American energy and capital in the
West Indies, and with the more or less
intrioate bounties of Europe, the sugar
question has become a very complicated
Though the outlook of the young
beet-sugar industry in the United
States is not so promising as it was a
year ago, it is much too early to be
come discouraged. While it may be
advisable for those planning to start
new plants to make haste slowly, yet
the good work already begun should
continue. . Especially should the work
of locating the areas In the . United
States suitable for the oulture of the
sugar-beet be continued, as this can be
done without risk or loss of money, the
sugar beets being capable of utilization
as feed. In leading the reports of our
experiment stations in various states,
both as to yield of sugar-beets and also
as to their sacoharine qualities, one
cannot but admire the wonderful prog
ress made in this new industry within
a few years, and to congratulate our
people engaged in it upon their suocess.
Sugar is made, not in the sugar fac
tories, but out in the fields. Therefore
it is impossible to pay too much atten
tion to the cultivation of beets con
taining the highest proportions of
sugar, and, at the same time, with the
largest tonnage per acre. In order to
produce such, the selection of suitable
soil, the climate, the rainfall, and
length of season, the fertilizing, plant
ing, cultivating and harvesting all
these are very important factors. But
the most important of all is to start
out with the best seed obtainable; for
good seed, after all, is the foundation
of successful sugar industry. If I may
express an opinion, based on my per
sonal observation, it is that some of our
beet growers should insist more than
they have upon getting none but the
best of seed, no matter what the price
may be. '
I will not enter upon the history of
the origin and development of the beet
seed. Nor will I dwell upon the dif
ferent varieties and their merits. I
have had occasion to visit several of
the oelebrated German stock farms,
where they produoe seed that is sold to
all sugar-produoing countries of the
world. With the accumulated knowl
edge and experience of a century of in
vestigation, with an investment of
enormous capital, and with a vast
amount of science and skill, energy,
and labor, their methods of producing
a pure and high-grade seed are as per
fect and successful as are those em
ployed in the raising of fine breeds of
horses and cattle.
The high-grade seed grown in this
country Is now in the lead everywhere.
Even France is beginning to import
German beet seed, thereby conceding
its superiority. I know that one Ger
man firm alone shipped 80,000 sacks of
seed to France. I feel safe in saying
that altogether not less than 100,000
sacks of German beet seed were bought
by Frenchmen last season, in spite of
the 80-francs (f 5. 97) customs duty
which they had to pay on every 100
kilograms (330 pounds). 1 am in
formed that moBt of these orders have
been duplicated for next season, and the
amounts in many cases doubled and
NEWS OF THE
The state of Oregon has attaohed the
Loe wen berg stove foundry at Salem to
secure a claim of $36,267.12.
One of the apple orchards of Southern
Oregon has this , season paid $100 an
acre clear, and this is only the second
year of bearing of the trees.
The Commercial Club, of La Grande,
Or., is Bending out a little booklet, de
scriptive of the new beet-sugar factory
it that place...
Good prioes for saw logs have had the
effect of stimulating activity in this
industry 'along the Lower Columbia,
and a recurrence of last year's scarcity
The governor has ordered a special
election icMultnomah county, Oregon,
November 15, for the purpose of elect
ing a state senator to fill the vacanoy
oaused by the resignation of Joseph Si
mon. ' . .
T. W. Lee arrived in San Franoisco
last week from the Hawaiian islands,
whither he went reoently to judge buei
ness prospects. He declares that the
field in Honolulu is already too fully
The Fulton Engineering & Ship
building. Company, of San Francisco,
has brought suit against the Alaska
Yukon Transportation Company to es
tablish two liens, one for $12,223. 13 on
the steamer J. W. Soammell, and the
other for $8,598.83 on the steamer H.
SUGAR - BEETS
Not in Factories, Good Seed Is an
German Consul's Report.
trebled; all of which shows dearly that
even France now prefers German beet
seed, and I am not at all surprised to
learn that there is a movement on foot
in that country to increase the tariff on
The firBt-olass sugar faotories of Eu
rope buy none but the very best seed,
grown from high-grade individual
"mother" beets, to distribute among
the best growers; thus not only main
taining'' the standard of their sugar
beets as to quality and quantity, but
also putting themselves in a position
to compete in all the markets of the
world. This first-class seed is sold and
delivered by the growers on board cars
in the Prussian provinoe of Saxony, at
from 8 to 10 cents per pound, which is
a moderate price, considering the fact
that it takes at least four years to get
it into the market.
There is also a second-class seed
offered for sale in this country, at from
5 to 6 cents per pound. This is com
monly called the "Naohzachtsamen,"
being a seed produced not ftom the
mother beets, but from the first first
class seed mentioned above, This in
ferior grade, ' however, is not used by
first-class sugar men in Germany,
France, Holland and Belgium, but
most of it goes to Austria, Russia and
the United States. And this is the
reason why I deem it my duty to call
attention to the importance of getting
only the very best of seed obtainable.
In my opinion, those American growers
of sugar-beets who buy cheap grades of
seed, make a great mistake. All kinds
of seed have a natural tendenoy to
degenerate. Even the fiist-class beet
seed mentioned above will not bring
forth beets that oome up to the stand
ard of the original or mother beet, but
will show a loss of to 1 per cent
of sugar , content. Now, the second
genera ti ion of seed will degenerate
more than as much again, and lose
from 1 per cent to 2 per cent. This is
a small amount when considered by it
self, yet it is sufficient not only to turn
the profits of a sugar factory into a
loss, but even to drive the conoern to
To illustrate this:. Factory A slices
50,000 tons (short) of beets, which
would yield about an average of 16.5
per cent sugar in the extraction. After
deducting the sugar left in the molasses
and in other waste, this would leave
about 18 per cent 6,500 tons of pure
granulated, marketable sugar, whioh at
$50 a ton would net $325,000.
Faotory R slices the same amount of
beets, grown from second-class seed,
which, at a fair average, have about 1.8
per cent less of sugar in the extraction.
After this material has also gone
through the prooess of refining, there
will be 11.7 per cent 5,850 tons of
marketable sugar, whioh at $50 a ton
would net $292,500.
It will be seen at a glanoe that while
both factories use the same amount of
material, and have the same expenses
for labor, fuel, etc, there is a differ
ence in the gross receipts for manufac
tured sugar amounting to $32,500.
Factory A bought 55 tons of first
class seed, at $180 per ton, $9,900;
factory B bought 65 tons of second-
class seed, at $120 per ton, $6,600. It
will be seen that factory B wanted to
buy "oheap" and to make money fast.
It did, indeed, save $8,800 at the start;
but faotory A began by planting the
very best seed obtainable, and came out
at the end of the season with $29,200
cash ahead of its competitor, and was
in the position of declaring a handsome
Like so many other things in life,
the cheapest beet seed are the dearest.
It pays to get the very best, and only
the very best is good enough. Let the
good work of experimenting in the field
of sugar-beet culture oontinue, in order
to learn exactly what we oan do in the
face of -fierce and growing competition,
but let American growers determine not
only to try different varieties of seed,
but also to plant none but seed of high
grade and pure pedigree.
The Chilkat river, in Alaska, is full
of salmon; they are so thick they can
not all keep under the water. They
are there by the tens of millions, and
they make such a noise splashing that
they sound like a storm. The river is
full of the big fish from the mouth to
the source- and the silver-tip bears are
having a rich feast while the run con;
A new gold strike has been reported
on the Dalton .trail, less than 100 miles
from Skagway. ''and the story that
comes baok is that five men who were
wintering on the trail washed out in
five days over $400 in ooarse gold from
a bench claim, utilizing only, pick,
shovel and pan. ; The dirt from which
this gold was washed had to be carried
from the bench , to the creek bottom,
where there was water. The new gold
find is in American territory, about 75
miles from Pyramid harbor.
The halibut season of 1898 on the
Flattery banks is nearly ended, and
most of the fishing sohooners are on
their way to Ketchikan and other
Southeastern Alaska points to remain
during the winter. - Probably the last
boat to leave for the north will be the
schooner Alcedo; whioh will ' make one
more haul off Flattery and then pro
oeed up the coast. The Alcedo brought
in 18,000 pounds of halibut on her last
trip and the Pilot 15.000 pounds. This
has been an off year in fishing, and the
catch has not amounted to two-thirds.
the President Names Thursday, Movent
ber 24, in His Proclamation.
Washington, Oct. 81. The president
today issued the following Thanksgiv
"By the President of the United
States A Proclamation: The ap
proaching November brings to mind the
ouBtoms of our ancestors, hallowed by
time and rooted in our most sacred
traditions, of giving thanks to Al
mighty God for all the blessings he has
vouchsafed to us during the past year.
"Few years in our history have
afforded such oause for thanksgiving.
We have been blessed by abundant har
vests, our trade and commerce have
been wonderfully increased, our publio
credits have been improved and
strengthened, all seotionsof our country
have been brought together and knitted
into closer bond of national purpose
"The skies have been for a time
darkened by the cloud of war, but as
we were compelled to take up the swoid
in the cause of humanity, we are per
mitted to rejoice that the conflict has
been of brief duration, and the losses
we have had to mourn, though grievous
and important, have been so few, con
sidering the great,results accomplished,
as to Inspire us with gratitude and
praise to the Lord of Hosts. We may
laud and magnify His Holy Name that
the cessation of hostilities came so soon
as to spare both sides the countless sor
rows and disasters that attend pro
"1 do, therefore, invite all my fellow-citizens,
those at home as well as
those who may be at sea or sojourning
in foreign lands, to set apart and ob
serve Thursday, the 24 th day .of No
vember, as a day of national thanks
giving, to come together in their sev
eral places of worship for a service of
praise and thanks to Almighty God for
nil the blossing of the year, the mild
ness of the seasons and the fruitfulness
of the soil; for the continued prosperity
of the people; for the devotion and
valor of our countrymen; for the glory
of our victory and the hope of a righte
ous peace, and to pray that the divine
guidance which has brought us hereto
fore to safety and honor may be giaci
Dusly continued in the years to come.
In witness whereof, etc. 1
!'By the President: John Hay, Sec
retary of State."
WOOD AT MANZANILLO.
Setting- the Mew Civil Government
Manzanillo, Oct. 81. The United
States gunboat Hist arrived here to
night with General Leonard Wood,
commander of the military department
of Santiago, accompanied by Lieutenant
Matthew Hanna. On landing, Gen
eral Wood was closeted with Colonel
Pettit and his adjutant, and he was
subsequently received by Colonel Pet
tit's entire regiment. General Wood
then visited the barraoks, hospitals,
palace, custom-bouse and postoffice.
Colonel Pettit reports that the Cuban
General Bios is apparently making
every effort to prevent the disbanding
of his troops. The Cuban commander
wishes all the sugar estates in the
neighborhood to tell him how many
men they can employ, and he will guar
antee to supply all required on condi
tion that only soldiers are employed.
The planters unanimously refuse to fall
in with such an arrangement, consider
ing that it would be a trades union of
the strongest possible kind and would
also tend to keep up the Cuban mili
tary organization, which, in the inter
ests of the island, the planters are very
anxious to break up. In their opinion
it would be better to have no commerce
than to attempt it on such conditions.
Lieutenant Lucien Young, the com
mander of the Hist, created more ex
citement on landing than even General
Wood himself. Crowds gathered at
the wharf to see the young commander,
who, with Lieutenants Holm and Jun
gen, of the Hornet and Warn pa tuck, de
feated a whole flotilla of Spanish gun
boats at Manzanillo on July 1 last.
Acoording to the reports from the
Cuban assembly at Santa Cruz del Sur,
General Calixto Garcia has been chosen
permanent chairman of the organiza
tion. DUG THEIR WAY OUT.
Boulder Prisoners Escape by Means a
a runnel. - -
Denver, Colo., Oct. 81. A special
to the News from Boulder, Cola, says:
About 6:80 o'clock this evening it was
discovered that five inmates of the
county jail had made their escape by
tunneling under-the wall. They ar
John C. Cassidy, who was today sen
tenced to life imprisonment for the
murder of William Bowe, at Sugarlpaf;
George and Edward Bowe, sentenced
to four and a half and six years respec
tively foroattlestealing; Nick Boucher,
awaiting trial for assault with intent
to murder; and John Baptiste, serving
a three months' sentence for larceny.
With caseknives and pieces of wood
they had dug down six feet and tunnel
ed eight feet to the outside of the wall,
hiding the dirt taken out under one of
the cages. They had been at work
several days. No traoe of the escapes
has been found.
f St. Louis, Oct 81. A special to th
Post-Dispatch from Sherman, Tex.,
says a disastrous fire occurred at Corsi
cana today. ' William Johnson and two
children were burned to death.
San Francisco, Oct. 81. The vault
in the First National bank, used by
Judge Wolf, of the Wolf, Worden
Company, who mysteriously disap
peared two months ago, was opened to
day. It was found to be empty, and
monev and securities amounting to
$10,000 belonging to the Sarah M.
Pearson estate, of which Wolf was ex
eoutor, are now missing. Wolf wai
supposed to have met with foul (play
in Oregon, but later on was seen i
R Beautiful Giri's Affliction.
From the Republican, Verttttlet, Ind.
The Tuckers of Yersailes, Ind., like
all fond parents, are completely wrap
ped up in their children. Their
daughter Lucy, in particular, has given
them much concern. - She is fifteen,
and from a strong, healthy girl, three
years ago, had become weak and kept
falling off in flesh, until she became a
mere skeleton. . She seemed to have no
lite at all. Her blood became impure
and finally she became the victim of
nervous prostration. Doctors did not
help her. Most of the time she was
confined to bed, was very nervous and
irritable, and seemed on the verge of
St. Vitus dance.
"One morning," said Mrs. Tucker,
"the doctor told us to give her Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People,
which he brought with him. . He said
he was treating a similar case with
these pills and they were ouring the
Discussed Their Daughter' t Oat for Bonn.
patient. We began giving the pills
and the next day could see a change for
the better. The doctor came and was
surprised to see such an improvement.
He told us to keep giving her the medi
cine. We gave her one pill after each
meal until eight boxes had been used
when she was well. She has not been
sick sinoe, and we have no fear of the
old trouble returning. We think the
cure almost miraculous."
" ; FRANK TUCKER.
MRS. FRANK TUCKER.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 28th day of April, 1897.
) Justice of the Peace.
These pills are wondei fully effective
in the treatment of all diseases arising
from impure blood, or shattered nerve
force. They are adapted to young or
old, and may be had at any drug store.
Texas I a Great State.
A great many people want to know
how large Texas is in area. They look
in quite a number of alleged statistical
abstracts and never find the same fig
ures in two of them. The offioial fig
ures of Texa's area are 252,696 square
miles equal to about 8. 9 per oent of
the entire area of the United States and
territories. Texas is six times larger
than New York, seven times as large as
Ohio, and 100,000 square miles larger
than the eastern and middle states, in
cluding Delaware and Maryland. Com
pared with the countries of Europe, she
has 84,000 square miles more than the
Austrian empire, 62,0000 more than
the .German empire, and nearly 70,000
square miles more than France.
The only two animals whose brains
are heavier than that of a man are the
whale and the elephant.
While Ion Sleep. -
Do not have too much air blowing
through your room at night, or neural
gia may oreep upon you while you
sleep. But if it comes, use St. JacobB
Oil; it warms, soothes and cures
Imitation ivory is now being exten
sively manufactured from the fruit of
a palm-like shrub called Pbytelephas
macrocarpa, which is about the size of
an apple and possesses a hard interior
kernel. " .
When coming to San Francisco go to
Brooklyn Hotel, 208-212 Bush street.
American or European plan. Boom and
board $1.00 to $1.60 per day ; rooms 50 cents
to $1.00 per day; single meals 25 cents.
Free coach. Clias. Montgomery.
Some insects are in a state of matur
ity 80 minutes after birth. .
celebrated for more
than a century as a
beverage, has our
on the front of every
package, and our
trade-mark,"La Bell e
NONB OTHER GENUINE. ,. tff
MADK ONLY BY gi
g WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd.,
S; . Dorchester, Mass. J?
We carry in stock a large supply of the above conveyers, both right and left, which we will
ell at greatly reduced prices. Also all sizes of elevator buckets and bolts.
Write for price-list and discounts.
Willamet Iron Works
Front and Everett Sts. PORTLAND, OR.
PHILOSOPHY AND OTHERWISE
Jean Paul Ricbter: Men, like bul
lets, go farthest when they fare smooth
est. . : . ,
Washington Irving: Men are always
wooing goddesses and marrying mere
When Roosevelt runs for governor
his ranch experience will prove invalu
able in rounding up voters,
Henry Ward Beecher: The real man
is one who always finds excuses for oth
ers, but never excuses himself.
Frederich Nietzsche: , All conceited
men I have found good actors. . They
play and wish that folk may like to ,
look at their playing. ,
The khalifa traveled so fast on his
camel that the English could not ovei
take bim. Evidently his camel must
have got a hump on itself.
Bradford: It is a characteristic of
many men and a few women not to
come to themselves till they have gone
to everybody else and worn out their
welcome, v . "
Honore de Balzac: It is absurd to .
pretend that one cannot love tiie same
woman always as to pretend that a good
artist needs several violins to execute a
piece of music
Marcus Aurelius: I have : often
wondered how every man loves himself
more than all the rest of men, yet sets
less value on his own opinion of him
self than on the opinion of others.
The largest room in the world is at
St. Petersburg. It is 600 feet long by '
150 feet in breadth. It has been used
for military displays, and a whole bat
talion can completely maneuver in it. -
Bichard Croker, the master meohanlo
of American politics, is leurning to
swim. It has been generally under
stood, however, that among the floating
voters Bichard Welslead Croker has
always been in the swim.
Captain D. C. Woodrow, of the Unit
ed States navy, has in his posses
sion the flag floated by the Virginias
on its ill-fated filibustering trip to San
tiago in 1878. It was taken from the
vessel by the captain himself, Decem
ber 26, 1878, just before the ship sank
while being brought back to America.
"Thirty dollars or sixty days; have
you anthing to say?" "No, your horj
or," said 'Boston Pete,' "unless it be
to synthetically remark upon the dual
ity of the oause and effeot in your op
tional commitment. Like your honor,
I shall take judioial notice that time is
money. . I have spoken."
What Cuba's Loss Means to Spain.
. The loss of Cuba means to Spain the loss
of the very sustenance of the nation. In
the same way the loss of your appetite
means starvation to your body. If any
reader of this notice wants to fully enjoy
hearty meals, we can recommend liostef.
ter's Stomach Bitters. It cures indiges
tion, dyspepsia and constipation.
The female brain commences to de
oline in weight after the age of 80; the
male not until 10 years later.
Just the Time.,
This is just the time of the year we
feel the muscles all sore and stiff, and
then is just the time to use St. Jaoobs
Oil to relax them and to cure at once.
Plso's Cure for Consumption is the only
cough medicine used in my house. D. O.
Albright, Mifflinburg, Pa., Dec. 11, 1895.
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