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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1888)
Mbe Importtoe« of Caln* On«*« Privilege*
to tho Bo«t Good of Society.
We Crooked Par Bo Hirer and It* Heavily
Armed Mud Parts.
The truth that «very new right
••cured involves new obligations and
new duties needs muoh mor« emphasis
than it at present receive*. The desire
to gain right* is strong enough and
sufficiently manifested, but the desire
to fulfill worthily the trusts they im
pose is comparatively weak. A man
chained hand and foot is certainly de
prived of the right of free motion, and
justly demands release. But directly
he Is set free a multitude of duties and
obligations spring up. Where shall ho
direct his steps? How shall be use his
hands? What good thing is he to bring
out of his liberty that was impossible
before? If he uses his newly-found
power only to abuse and maltreat hl*
followmon, it may well bo doubted
whether, after all, his former state of
restraint were not preferablo. So with
all other right*—free thought, free
■peecli, free press, free labor—they are
blessings in proportion as they are
exercised for good; when they are used
in the interests of selfishness and groed.
or to destroy the rights of others, or
to break down law and order, they
cease to be benefactions, and if car
ried in such directions beyond certain
justly retract* the
used in the enuse
of wrong certainly forfeit their
claim to recognition, and render their
very name au absurdity. It is time
that mors emphasis were laid upon
moral obligation, both as between man
and his follow-man and between the
man and the community. Too many
peoplo are developing a keen insight
into what they suppose others owe
thorn, while maintaining a dullness of
perception truly alarming as to what
they owe to other*. Clamoring loudly
for their own right*, they forget how
many rightful claims of others they aro
constantly withholding. It is, of course,
ouly the few extremely prouounced
cases of this injustice with which the
law can deal. By far the larger pro
portion aro beyond tho reach of law
courts. The father of a family, claim
ing the right to order his own household,
roll* his children of the most »acred
rights, and through avarice, or selfish*
ness, or ill-humor, wrecks their happi
ness and prospects. Or au avaricious
manufacturer, who claims the right to
manage his own business w ithout inter
ference^ so manages it that his work
men must labor at starvation wages,
and his customers must pay full price
for an adulterated article. Or the
laborer eagerly claims his right to
labor at pleasure, and to cense when
he will, yet utterly disregards the same
right of his fellow-laliorer, ami compels
him, by throat and penalty, to abstain
from working at his command. Thus,
in the name of liberty, many an act of
tyranny flourishes; in the name of free
dom, many a foeble one become* en
the name of human
rights, many a man and woman
is cruolly wronged; in I lie name
of free speech, many a fair reputation
is ruined, many falsehoods dissemi
nated, many errors taught. What is
needed among us more Ilian the insist
ence of rights is tlie enforcement ol
duty. It should be impressed upon the
minds and hearts of all that a right is
not something merely to secure, to ro-
joice in, and to use at pleasure, but
that it is a solemn trust to hold, an (Al
ligation to fulfill, a power to wield, a
responsibility for which ouch who pos
sesses it is accountable. Tho question
so often asked: “Am I receiving all
the rights to which I am entitled?''
should be coupled with tlie more im
portant «nd searching one:
using nil tho rights with which I am
invested for the best good of society?
Am I giving to others all tho rights
which belong to them, as fir as my
power extends?” It is this attitude of
min i which gives breath nnd dignity to
life, and raises justice and generosity
to their rightful places in society. Only
ns men live for something higher and
nobler than self can they attain their
true value, and only as this is done
habitually by individuals can we hot>e
to see an elevated and prosperous com
munity. A movement in this direction
is being made by tho formation of so
cieties, whoso object is said to lai “tho
dissemination of a knowledge of the
principle* of good citizenship and the
promotion of the observance of tlie
duties imposed thereby.” We gladly
weloome *11 such endeavors, hoping
that their influence may bo widely dif
fused and may help to place the whole
doctrine of right* upon tlie firm and
sure basis of righteousness.— Philadel
Nearly two months have passed since
our arrival at this place—a city of
many hundred thousand inhabitant*
on the Per Ho river, fifty mile* from
it* mouth. This stream 1* one of tho
crookedest in the world, many of it*
turns being so abrupt that it requires
skill to navigate it. At the entrance
of tho river is an immense mud bank,
which can only be erossed at high tide
by vessels of light draft, so when a
steamer arrives she must anohor and
be lightered to about ten feet, when it
it is possible to cross tho bar, which is
throe or four miles wide. The Chinese
Government will not allow this natural
barrier to be cut away, as it most
effectually prevents foreign gunboat*
from entering the river, while on both
■ides are mud forts called the Take*
forts heavily mounted with artillery.
About half-way up the Tientsin is an
other of those forts, which is the largest
of its kind in the world and the best
So say engineerin gexperts. At Tient
sin there are two forts, an arsenal
and two powder mills. English army
officers are employod by the Govern
ment to drill native soldiers in the arts
of modern war.
I h ive not as yet explored the coun
try about here very much.
It is a vast plain, scarcely above sea
level. Just west of us is a vast grave
yard flooded with water. The plats of
ground are walled around with mud.
The cofll i* are made of heavy plank,
and res’ on the top of the grounds The
head of tho family occupies the most
prominent part of the plats, and when
ever a now occupant is added an ad
ditional pile of earth is heaped upon
this grave till tho family lot looks some
thing like a small haystack. Some
build these mounds above tho water
line, anil they are carofully kept, but
in some cases the coffins are exposed to
view, and othors covered with water
Tientsin is the homo of tho Viceroy
Li Hung Chang, one of the most lilieral
and progressive of Chinese officials.
He is having his sons taught English
by an American, and is interested in
tho building of a military collego al
His edicts are characteristic of this
sort of government When about to
start for his winter home he issues an
order that for six days no one can
travel over any part of the road con
necting his summer and winter palaces.
His retinue consists of his official staff,
a company of soldiers, his family serv
ants, a caravan of 100 carts to carry hi-
baggage and his private equipage. Th<
passenger vehicles are drawn by horses
or mules. Those carriages are cloth-
covered and have some appearance ol
comfort. Tho freight or baggage carts
are a primitive sort of affair with shafts,
and are drawn by ono ox, a cow. or i
mule, three of them abreast, with ai
unending variety in tho combination,
with generally a horse leading the
whole, make up the unique procession.
— Cor. Cleveland Leader.
8*n»itiv«n*»» of Tea.
The extraordinary sensitiveness of
tea to tnlor* waa shown in New York
the other day. The ship brought a
cargo of tea—and nothing else—from
China, and, upon testing the tea, it
was found to be sweet, Tho ship had
brought a cargo of sugar front Manilla
on flic previous voyage, and though not
a bit of it was left in the vessel, yet the
odor was sufficient to impregnate the
tea. A case somewhat similar to this
occurred twelve years ago, when tea
was packed in the same hold with cam
phor. It is known that butler .will
absorb odor» equally a* well. The odor
of kerosene, for instance, and tobacco
and vanilla beans, are fully as sensitive
as any thing that is known to borrow
odors.— Guo.l HouMlteeptnq.
—There will bo another attempt to
build a railroad through the Euphrates
valley, not withstanding llie many
—Just before leaving Pari» Mr. Van
derbilt had a portrait of his child
taken by Chnplin, and it was so pretty
that the proprietor» of the B tn Marche
put Imitation* on their confection box
cover* and copyrighted tho design.
—In India the finest grades of cigars
can be bought for half a rent apiece,
•nd cigar« are considered a rather ex
pensive luxury at that. In that coun
try • man who has ten cents In cash I*
looked upon a* comparatively well-to-
—A monument which will co«t S3.-
000 0C0 will aoon bo ereeled in Panama
to the memory of General Bolivar, the
liberator of Bfllvia, Colombia, Ecua
dor, Peru and Venezuela. Koch of the
Eve republic* will oontrlbut* »400.000
RUNNING A LOCOMOTIVE.
An Ohl Fireman*« Experience with an In
The danger of running on an etigim
handled by an incompetent engineei
or a man who has remained at lotnt
other business longenough to got ru-tj
is not fully understood by the travel
ing world. I had an experience of that
kind that drove mo off th» road and
into nioro pleasant lines of labor. The
Iowa Legislature passed a law in 1877,
holding ali railroads responsible in
heavy amounts for loss of life or in
juries incurred in their service, and to
offset tho liability the railroad ad
dressed a oiroular to all employe*
asking them to relinquish their claims.
Ono morning I had tired up as usual
and run tho engine around to await the
freight which we wore to tako west from
Burlington. Before the hour an agent
stepped up and asked the engineer to
sign tho agreement. He refused and
was discharged on the »pot A new
man was put in the cab. Ho had an
engineer's license, and every thing
looked straight, so far as papers went
During the talk my fires had run down,
so I tilled in coal until steam was hiss
ing out of the safety valve, and then 1
opened the furnace door. Having taken
our train, an hour later we were spin
ning along nicely when I turned to feed
tho fire. Throwing ojAn tho door 1 ob
served tho crown-sheet and rivets show
ing through tho fire-box, and looked up
at the gauge only to find that we were
running with a dry boiler. 1 yelled to
my partner, nnd ho started out ou the
running board with a hammer in one
hand. The pump had stopped work
ing. Tho hew man struck the metal
gently to loosen th* plunger. That's
all I saw. I started over the coal in
the tender, and, climbing up on the
sido of tho first car, was not long in
putting twelve or fifteen cars between
me and that engine. Reaching the
oaboose and sitting on the cupola, I
waited for the explosion. If that fool
with his hammer had succeeded in
starting that pump he would have gona
into eternity tho next second, for the
boiler was nt while heat. I wasn't in
* suicidal fratno of mind, and that’*
why I lit out. But the old adage about
fools and children proved trua, for
that engineer hail to atop, draw the
fire and wait for * relief engine, We
had only run fifteen miles, but the
damage In half ua hour took three
mouths to repair.— St. Louie Globe-
—Some of the society men of Pari«
are advocating the ndop'.lon of a
more suitable style of evening dress.
The costume propose I consists of
buckle aboe*. silk stock! tg». knee-
breeches, velvet coat ( curtailed). Ince
ri tfi '«, etc. The promoters are anxious
to avoid the drv*i which causes, some-
time«, mistaking roseniblanc* between
gnest and waiter.
— Pari* 1« overrun with American*
>f th* fair sex. Most of them coma to
replenish their wardrobos. It is cheap
er to cross the Atlantic, buy at the
• Louvr*” or ‘’Bon Marche’’ and re-
cross to the States than to fit one’*
•elf ent in a no-matt«r-wbat American
city. Tl>* margin of gain is wide
enough to admit of a sojourn of four
or fiv* week* in Europa —London
One of the latest use* to which paper has
been put 1» the building of chimneys. It Is
A Wohl* Animal Which Frequent* th* ■—*. made in the form of blocks which are I wined
with »Ulclous cement.
ren Lauda of th* North.
Tlie musk ox frequents the barren
TWO WAY9. CtfOOHE WHICH!
land* east of the Mackenzie river, and
Ther« are two usual ways of doing what Na
Hometimea does incompletely, namely, to
between that and the coast of the Hud
relieve the bowels. One h tu swallow a drastic
son Bay and the Arctic Sea. . His purgative which evacuate« profusely, abruptly
habits are to spend the summer in the and with pain, the oih» r la to take Hostetter«
d tom a ch Butera, the effect of which is not v io
barren lands mentioned, and in the len’, but sufficiently thorough, and which does
gripe the intestine«. If ibe first is «elected,
winter be seeks shelter in the wooded not
the person employing it nr ed not expect perma
districts of the Peace river and the nent benefit, au i he cannot hope to escape the
debilitating reaction which leaves the organa
neighborhood of Fort Good Hope. In as
bad or wora j otf than before, if. on the
the month of April he goes back to hl* o*her hnnd, he resorts to the bitters, he can
the restoration of a regular habit of
summer haunts. These animals are body, upon
consequent upon a renewal of a health
not so numerous a* the cariboo, but ful tone in the intestinal canal. Besides h» ulth-
fully relaxing the bowels, the Bitters arouses a
are found in about the sanio numbers dormant
live»*, imparts a beneficial impetus to
as the moose deer. The musk ox the action of the kidney-s and counteracts the
of rheumatism, a tendency to
frequents a district farther north than gout, and malaria
in a.l it« forms.
the favored feeding-grounds of the
In 1730 a line of stages was established be
moose, and consequently the males of
tween New York and Philadelphia, to make
these animals seldom meet If they bi monthly trips.
did it is not improbable that there
THE FLYING DOVE OF PEACE.
would be a well-matched combat. A
A richly froated quivering flying Dove.
large musk ox would weigh about fif A Dream of Life screen calendar. An im
teen hundred pound*. Their shape ported ideal head. An imported f oeted
■‘now scene and a full set of magnificent
more resembles tho buffalo than the floral cards. Fourteen artistic pieces.
moose, and they are killed by Indians Sent to anyone who will buy f om a drug
by stalking them. They are shot prin gist a box of the genuine D r C. M'L ane ’ s
cipally for tho rich robo they produce, C elebrated L iver P ills (price 23 cts.)
and mail us the outside wrapper from the
as their flesh is not considered desirable, box with 4 cents in stamps. Write your
on account of its musky taste. The address plainly. F leming B ros ., P itts
horns of theso animals are curvod like burgh , P a .
those of a ram.
The manufacture of tinware in this country
The following information has chiefly wa« commenced in Berlin, Conn., in 1770.
been acquired from Murdock McLeod,
In answer to casual question
of Edmonton, who spent the years '62,
How ea-y and truthful to tell it's
A cure for the worst indigestion,
'63 and part of '61 in Hudson Bay
To take Pierce’s purgative Peliets.
Company service at Fort Anderson, i
since abandoned, east of the Macken- ■ Tennyson receives an Income ot from (20.000
to (25,000 a year from the s»Ie of hia books.
zie and about eighty miles up the ;
Anderson river from the Arotic coast.
THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
In the summer of '63 he accompanied I That dyspepsia comes Irom torpid liver
an expedition undertaken on behalf of j and costiveness.
That you cannot digest your food well
the Smithsonian institution, along the
Arctic coast from the mouth of the unless your bowels aud liver act properly.
That your bowe s require thorough
Mackenzie to that of the Coppermine
river. In ’65 he was at Fort Laird. cleansing when they do not d > their duty
The musk ox is the chief inhabitant of by vour digestion.
That your torpid lived needs ftirnula-
the barren grounds which occupy the ting in order that it may act as nature iu-
immense triangle northeastward of the tended it should.
That B hamireth ’ h P iltjj taken in dose
Mackenzie basin to the shores of Hud
of one or two at night for, sag, ten days
son's Bay and the Arctio ocean. The will regulate the bo*els, sliuiu ate the
animal is very similar to the buffalo in liver, improve the digestion and drive
size and shape, but the fur is finer and a wav dyspepsia.
longer, almost dragging the ground;
One per son is drowned tor every 329 killed on
the horns are of somewhat different land, according to statistic i.
shape; the boss or hump over the
shoulder is nearly two feet high, and “I DON’T WANT RELIEF, BUT CURE,”
if the exclamation of thou^tands sufTering from
the flesh has a disagreeable, musky catarrh. To all such we aaj : » atarrh can b«
by Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy. It has
flavor, especially from December to b ired
ion done in thousands of cas s: why not in
February. Tho Indians do not kill yours? Yonr danger is in delay. Enclose h
to World’s Dispensary Medical Associa
them for food unless there is no deer. stamp
tion, Bulfalo, N. Y., fur pamphlht on this di
A bull which Mr. McLeod helped to kill sease.
weighed 1,41» pounds dressed, and
A new French gun throws a projectile having
the robe measured fifteen feet from a shell of German silver.
nose to rump.
They are found
Consumption, Wasting Disease«,
generally in bands of ten to forty. In And General Debility. D<»ctors disagree as to
valu of Cod Li »’er Oil und Hypo
summer they range on the barren phosphites; the
one supplying strength and
grounds, and in winter come into th< flesh, the other giving nerve power, and acti g
a tonic to the digestive and entire system.
northern edge of the woods. They live as
Bu* in Scott*« Emuimioia of t od Liver Oil
on tho moss which covers the bar with Hypophosphites the two are combined,
effect is wonderful. Thousands who
ren grounds and are able to root ii have the
derived no peimanent benefit from other
from under threo feet of snow. Some preparations havo been cured by this. Scott’s
Emulsion is perfectly palatable and easily di
winters they arc scarcer than others, gested
by those who cannot tolerate plain Cod
but why is not explained—whethei Liver Oil.
they havo merely changed their win
The United States mint in Philadelphia was
tering placo or have really lessened in completed in 1829.
number.— Montreal Gazette,
Are you sad, despondent, gloomy?
Are you nore distressed/
Listen to the welcome bidding—
THE BLUE SHARK.
“Bs at rest.”
Have you aches an I pains unnumbered,
How the Monster Is Caught sod Rendered
Poisoning life's Golden Cup/
Think not there’s no halm in Gilead, and
Toward midsummer the fishermen
“Give it up.”
A Golden Remedy awaits you—
on the Cornish coasts often find their
Golden not alone in name —
nets and linos attacked by tlie blue
Reach, oh. suffering one, and grasp it,
shark. It follows tho pilchards and
There is but one ‘’Gulden Remedy—Dr.
herrings and frequently bitos out the Pierce’s Golden Me-'leal Discovery. It stands
me as the great “blood purifier,'’ ‘>trength-
part of the net in which the fish are al
re lewer,” and “health-restorer,” of thu age!
entangled. When tlio bait on a line The Liver, it regulates, removing all impuri
The Lungs it strengthens, clvansiuw and
has been swallowod and the fish has ties.
nourishing them. The whole system it bu Ids
fitilod to bite the lino through, it often up, supplying that above all other things most
needed - pure, rich blood.
rolls tho rope round its body until it
reaches the surface, coming up in this*
Du-irg 188" eleven and one-half tons of post
stamps -nearly 170 not) (ton in nuinber-uero
way from a depth of thirty to forty age
sold at iho Now York postoHIct.
fathoms. Its appetite shows a varied
A HANDSOME GIFT.
taste. The stomach of one fish six
If the merit of a book is to be judged from its
feet long was found to contain a large circulation,
the 1888 catalogue of M rears. stiver
piked dogfish, a congor eel and a gray & Walker. of tlie Newmarket Block, Portland,
be an excellent work. The
gurnard. Another was hungry enough drat edition alone consists
of thirty thousand
to take tho bait, though its stomach copies, and even this enormou. number bid»
fair to soon become exhiusto t if the demand
contained four mackerel, half a garfish for the book continues as brink as it has been
and a quantity of herrings, which the i "*ne® the d»y of publication. It is not a litti«
. curious to find a a'more
more catalogue a kind
fishorinctl. finding uninjured, afterward publication usually considered the dryestof
sold for eighteen pence. On one occa-1 “rF re*ding-«o eagerly sought after. But. hav-
i i ” i
. . ingaeen the book, ones surprise at the eager
sion a blue shai'iC leaped a considerable
rablo . demand ceases. It is really not too much to
distance out of the water to seize I Ha>' tllat
* Walker have pro-
I 1 duced &
hook the conteii*
contents ”* of which is nsinter-
a piece of beef hanging on the qunr-. eating as It* general
„___ ‘ appearance
^.earance is handsome.
ter of a ship, and it is well known to The
litho*r»i>he<i , in
ln eight colors on
heavy roughened card, disolav.
display, on the tmnt
attack man; but as It rarely enters har artistically groujied. the heads of two blooded
the Newmarket Block, and an elegant
bors or approaches close to the land, horses,
cabriolet, the whole effect being attractive ami
its human victims are few. Fishermen striking in the extreme. On the back cover are
executed pictures of somo of the
assort that its sonso of smell is offended machines handled
by the firm. Between the e
by the nauseous odors, so that it may covers are 164 compactly printed psgea teem
illustrations, and giving in
lie driven away by pouring bilgewater teresting description
of pretty nearly every
into the sea whore it shows itself. The kind of farm, dairy and mill machinery,
all sorts of
muscular vitality of those fishes is as mechanical novelties useful in and
the home and on
remarkable as that of reptile* and the farm. Considerable space is devoted to il
lustrations of the magnificent threshers and
amphibians, for in one recorded in engines
which have done much to make the
stance after a shark bad been caught name of Staver & Walker so widely known and
so highly respected. Great as Las beeu the
and the body sovered from the he id cost of producing this unique work. Me-srs.
and thrown overboard, it continued Staver & Walker announce that copies will be
mailed free to all applicants.
swimming about for hours. The power
of the shark's tail often makes th*
S ymptoms -Moisture; intenae Itohin« and rtlngin«.
fish an inconvenient neighbor when mo«t
at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to oou-
drawn on dock, but when the tail if tinue tumors form, which often bleed and ulceiato,
becoming very More. B watnk ' b O intmb . nt stop« the
chopped off this danger is removed. I itching and bleeding, heala ulceration, and in m*ny
remowM the tumors. It ta eouaily efficacious in
is, however, usual to disable the ani oaaes
curing all »kin Dtoeaee«. DR. SWAYNE A BON.
mal by a blow on tho snout. It is occa Proprietor*. Philadelphia. B waynk ’ s O intmknt can
b« obtained of dniggieta Bent by mall for 50 Cento.
»tonally accompanied by its young,
which in Juno are about eighteon
«I. H. VIMA, A««ayrr and Aaalytirai
inches or two feet long. It remains in Cheas la t. Laboratory. 100 Fini at*. Portland.
Or. Analyse« made of all jubwtancra. Rate«
theso seas, sometimes straying as far for assaying gold and silver ores $1.50. >*ac«-
north as the Orkneys throughout the agea sent by mail or express promptly attended
summer, and disappears in the autumn. to, and returns made
M;iny hundreds are captured in a sea
Mufferrra from CoughR. More Throat
son by British fishermen, but the body eto., should try "Brown't Brvnchial Troche»,"
is used only for manure, and oil is
Bee Anti «ell Piano advertisement.
made from tho liver. The largest
examples are said to reach a length of
fourteen feet, but the usual sise is six
or eight feet It is distributed through
out temperate and tropical seas, and
has been recorded from Pondicherry,
8t. Helena and the Mediterranean, but
neither the limit nor direction of its
migrations is at present known. The
antmr.l derives its name from the color
of its fins and the upper parts of the
CuTKUWA RfMfdttS Cuws
body, though the belly remains white.
Caeiell'e Xa'ural History,
AMO B l OC-O DtSIAMS
— From observation» on th» Congo.
M. Dupont, of the Bru«Ml» Natural
Historv Museum, is convinced that t :e
«ster» in th» iuterior of Central Africa
once collected in a groat lake, of
which Stanley Pool 1» the last rctu-
—In Puis the annual consumption
of Lutcher»’ meut is 3 330 000 000
pounds, which mantis
176 pounds for each man, woman and
child. The total annual consumption
for the whole of Franco, however. Is
only 2 640.000 000 pound», or au avor-
aZ0 of 70 pound» P1'1' lll>;111'
SPRAINS, STRAINS. INJURIES.
lilt S*»**U> st.. leuiwUl*, Xy
Whll. h-lDlnx to re—or* a u-smo buildin, ot th*
CltyXAU» ’/?• . It Ml •»« 0“ “«
to th« <rou ¡d »nd «praining r-,y back. I wm c * r ‘
n»d bom. •* * itret«h*r, *m -b* doetur. *tt*ad«d
«t« i.A., wh.» »X wit. p.r.u»d.d ■»•<•«•
S» ,’*«*bx OU. s»d th* F*io WM wow c°»o «»Uroly.
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Write for Circular».
BYHON JACKSON, SAN FRANCISCO.
The OLDEST MEDICINE la tho W0RLDTA
_ELEBRATED EYE WATEll
Is Probably Dr. Isaac Thompson'»
N, B. Persons unable to visit ns m»- u
at their homes, by correspondence.
Bond « sent
lir iho V”*’““*«.
Friend or uulde to V adlock.
AGENTS WANTER1 1 ‘
month easily mad*st lling tie pu,
tliiH. Send for circular«. K E B a ib u n,l>«
Puget Sound Mfg. Co.. T. c ma,
Tlits article 1 b a carefully prepared phyriclan’B pre
Mcriutiou, and bw» been iu coiistant une fur nearly m
osiuury, aud notwitlmtondina the many other prtparc
tiona that have been introduced into the market, the
mJeof this article i» constantly increaaing. If the di
r ctiu«« are followed it will never Ldl We r;rticu
larly invite the attention of physicians to lUnien a .
John L. Thompson, Sons &Co.. IRui. N. Y.
Its superior excellence proven In millions of homes for
more than u quarter of a ceutury. It lx used by the
United States Government Eudoned by rhe heads of
the Great Unlversiitee as the Strongest, Purest and most
Healthful. Dr Price’s C. earn Baking Powder does not
contain Animoui», Lime or Alum B«>ld only iu cans.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
r n A 3 A A 1st Premiums. «5,000 in use,
fl n| ||w 20 years Established. New
a I H 11 UGl patented Steel Tun ng De
vice, in use in no other Piano, by whioii our
»Und In tune 20 y ears, good fur 100 ; not affected
bv climate. No wood to split, break, swell, shrink,
crack, decay, or uear out; we guarantee iK Ele
gant Rosewood Case«, 3 strings, doubie
setion; ftmnit ivory key»; the Famous ANTISELL.
Call or write for "Catalogue, free. T. M. ANTI8EU.
PIANO CO-, Manufacturers, Odd Fellows Hall, Mar-
\et and Seventh StreetR, 8an Fmuctoco.
MANUrA.rrUBSRS AND IMFOEYSRS 0»
LADIES CllILDRES d & INFANT'S W ear
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Illustrated Catalogue* tent fra • on ftnnP<atfo,,
SIEINWAY.^Y’^ ma «*
Pianos; Burdett (n-gaus. band Instrumenta
stock of Sheet Music and Bt oka. Bauds mitmEn
Kaateru Prioea. MATTHIAS GRAY Oh
Htreet. San Francisa.
To »8 a Day. Sample« worth $1.50, FREE.
Lines not under the horses teet. Write B rkw -
stsk ’ s S afety liais H older Co.. Holly »Mich.
Big H tus given antvsr»
8*1 satisfaction In th*
cure of Oonorrhir* and
Gleet. I prescribe It and
feel sate In recommend*
Ing it to all sufferers.
A. J. STOKER, M.!\,
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FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
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Investment small, profits
large. Send 80c for mailing
large illtistrated Catal cue
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/ \UR IMMENSE STOCK OF SUMMER BALBRIG
GAN UNDERWEAR, at $1 and $1.50 per su’.t.
Latest designs in PERCALE .SHIRTS, three latest
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Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
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£3T Send for THu'tnted i'atalninw.
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P»»,*. M \una*>
—A voneora mdy wno recently sent
fifty cent* for n box of ribbons ••war
ranted nil silk/* in gnawer to a Maine
firm*« glowing advertisement, received
a »mall lot of worthies* cotton ribbom
and a printed card, which ••added in-
suit to in|nry" by the inscription:
•thime fol kt expect the earth for ten
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—••In ra*e of an aecitlenU doctor—a
broken leg. for instanc*—what i* b—t
to be done while waiting for the physi
cian?” “Well." »aid the doctor, "I
think the beat thing to be done is to get
his money ready for him."—FweA.
—Corn of all the cereal* baa been vir-
tnally free from insect paat* Cor U m past
• - •'
JVRT1CX TO TYIK KtrntSM Pt
which th« t’VTici H* K cmkoikk a-« held hr claim.
th. thousands upon Ihou.-.ixls who«« livrshav.
been nnd« t-appy by th« cur« of »<■ nUins. hu-
mHl.lina. itchloK. scaly and p mply dis.**«« of BEST
th« skin, scalp snd blood, with io*, of hair.
t’VTict a*, th« tri««: Skta < ur». .nd enl
eva* 80s F, aa «xqutadt. Skin Bewutlfler, nrw-
par*l from Ik «xtern. Jy, and Cvncv»* Ha-
soLYkirr. th« n«w Blocd l*urin«r. int«m«lly
ar» a positiv« «tir, for every form of skin ana
blood dienes«, from pimples to scrofule
Price. Cvricva*. *ftr.•
S oap . Me.; RaaoLTBsr *1. Prepared tty the
Pomtalittv« amo Causici. Ccx.Bo.toa,Mas».
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skin pre.entcd by Cvricvn* 8o*r.
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