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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1888)
1N a © BemorieloM Power Exercised by the
Csar'e Police Officials.
There Is no power on earth »o arbi
trary. ■ > omnipotent, so omniscient
and so remursoles» ns the Russian ]>o-
lice! 1 ahull have something moro to
say about them in a future letter, but
stop here to advise every traveler
bou id foi R issia. of whatever age. sex
or nationality, to take a passport
properly indorsed by the representa
tive of the Russian Government at
New York or Washington. It will do
no harm, and it may be useful to have
both; for tlie Russian police are of ail
inquiring frame of mind and lack con
fidence in human virtue. With a pass
port properly vised, a strict obedi
ence to ail the regulations that are
plain and unmistakable, a discreet
tongue, and a decent behavior, one
can be as sale and comfortable as in
any country on tho globe and see much
and enj >y much that can not be seen
or enjoyed elsewhere. It has few
picturesque lnndsca|>es, no inountHins
and no springs; but the peoplo and tlie
palaces, tlie churches and tlie cuHtoms,
will revivify tlie most blaso traveler,
and tlie gayetieH of both tlie summer
mid wintor seasons offer a treat to
thoso who have exhausted Paris and
other social centers of the world.
There need be no annoyance from
tho tyranny that, is oonsta itly exor
cised over both citizens anil strangers,
there need bo no test of patience; it is
only necessary to submit, an t do it a«
gracefully mid politely as possible. A
visitor enu see notliliig without a pas»
or without police siirveilaneo.
may not look at a ) icture lior the
curiosities of tlie in use uni without hav
ing a gendarme peering over his
shoulder. If ho is an artist ho must
obtain tlie permission of tlio polioe to
make sketches, and to go any whore
ho lins got to have a pass. But all
thoso obstacles aro easily overcome
and all the objects of interest can be
thoroughly enjoyed by an olMorvmice
of tlie requirements and a disposition
to acknowlodge tlio sovereignty of the
police. Submission 1» all that is re
quired, and the rigid rules have been
made necessm-y by nihilism and dyna
Every citizen must have a permit to
live in tlie country. These permits
are issued annually upon the pay
ment of a fee. If lio wants to leave
tlio country or go from one town to
another ho must notify tlio police, for
that branch of tlie Govorinent mint
know where each inhaliilant of tlie
vast empire sleeps every night. In
the provinces tlie rigid Hurveilanco is
relaxed, but nt St. Petersburg mid
Moscow mid othor places visited by
tourists there ia a constant contact
botweon tho sovereign and the »object
that is disagreeable to both. Tlio po
lio« grant perini-sion to go and coino
There is no interference
witli travel nor with trade. Submis
sion! submiHsion! that is all. No one
can get a ticket nt a railroad station
nor on a steamboat without showing
a permit to leave; no hotel will enter
tain a guest till h.i shows his passport
Ono can not go anywhere or do any
thing without the consent, of tlio au
thorities, but it is easily obtained,
and costs forty oopoeks for tho standi
that appears on the document—about
fifteon cents.— W. A'. Curlis, in Ch cr.go
Valuable Art lol on Frequently Disap
pear from W hm IU ii ¿ton Houses.
Bard Lluea For the tiirl That t> Not Con
sidered h Helle.
ku iBVMlinent ot «.Soo That Yi.lrted Nearly
The girl who ia not a belle receive«
an invitation to a dance, accept» it.
buy« a new gown, and «tart« out hope
fully. Arriving at the houae, »lie see»
a number ot men whom «he knows,
and, perhaps, has entertained. They
all bow pleasantly and pass on. If
any one asked their opinion of her they
likely would say that she is a "sweet
girl?' but somehow they do not seem
to care to dance or talk with these
As slie passes down
tlie room a man comes up and speaks
to her. Iler brother instantly excuses
himself and leaves her to her fate. As
a rule the man does not dance. She
loves dancing and generally dances
well. So they promenade until, at
last, the man gets tired, excuses him
self, leaves her in a corner, promising
to send her brother, Now comes the
hardest part of the eveniag. Every
girl she ever knew seems to go past
with one man. or, perhaps, O, joy.
two. Iler brother Likes his time in
coming, and when he arrives at last.
finds her looking cross and sleepy, but
struggling not to show it. Then she
dances witli him once or twice, supper
is served, another dance, and then she
goes homo gladly. So it is night after
night, day' after day, until she com
mences to despair, look» old before
her time, gives up society and becomoa
what young girls call an “old maid.”
Once in a while a man discovers her
worth, sees in her those virtues which
he wishes his wifo to possess, and
marries her. Thon she has her house
hold duties and becomes n happy wife
and mother .but she never quite forgets
tin: disappointment of her youth. If
she does not marry she takes care of
her father and mother, is charitable,
and spends the rest of her (lays in
making others happy or wretched, ac
cording to her disposition. Yet on her
face you can always trace lines which
the sorrows of her youth have written
there and constant mortification and
disappointment is truly sorrow.— Phila
Old-time Pittsburghers would hardly
need an introduction to Philip Wiue-
biddle, founder of the Winebiddie es
tate in East Lilierty. About sixty year«
ago his mother gave him five hundred
dollars as a “starter.” Tlie “Go West”
fever had not as'yet agitated staid
Eastern communities, but Philip was
fired witli a restless ambition to go
West, and seeing l>ut little prospect of
a great future for Pittsburgh, lie jour
neyed toward tlie setting sun, and af
ter much meandering he halted at the
city ot Erie, then little more than a
lakeside hamlet. Philip had consid
erable knowledge of land titles, mid as
he was offered by an an old settler one
hundred acres in the town for five hun
dred dollars, lie grasjied eagerly at the
supposed bargain, but shortly after
wards relented and wanted his money
back. But real estate deals are not
generally made on tlie basis of “re
funding tlie money if goods are not sat
isfactory,” and Philip had to keep the
land. He cume back to his mother in
Pittsburgh, broken-hoarted over his ill
luck, and cried like a child at what he
considered a robbery of his five hun
dred dollars, and both agreed it was a
“bad slip” for Philip. Thirty years
later this land could not bought for
two million dollars, and is now worth
nearly four million dollars. Of course
all this, on tlio C'arpenterian theory,
was brought about l>y hard work.
Five and thirty years ago tlie most
noted hostelry in the city was kept at
the junction of tlie Seventh street road
and the East Liberty turnpike, by a
sprightly old German lover of the turf
named “Pap” Beitler, father of the
noted turfmen Sam and Joe Beitler.
For nearly a generation it was the “out
of town” resort for sleighing parties
in winter and driving parties in sum
mer, pretty much after tlie fashion of
“mine host” Keating of later days.
It was famous for its [Hiker parties and
frog suppers, mid many a pleasant
evening was spent there in the “long
ago” by coteries of what Broker
Holmes and attorneys Andrew Burke,
Biddle Roberts, W. E. Austin, Henry
McGraw and Colonel Sam Black were
the chief attractions.
had a famous black stallion which was
known all over that region, and it was
probably not worth over $100. The
owner of a large tract of land near
where East Liberty Station now stands,
but whose heirs do not care to have his
name mentioned, took a fancy to
“Pap's" horse and offered him 100 acres
of land for him.
“Pap” preferred to
keep tlie nag. Tlio Beitler« are now
all dead and tlie land which “Pap" re
fused for his horse could not now be
purchased for $1,500,000.— Pittsburgh
Though Living In the Best of Air She Takes
No Advantage of It.
One of tho reason« the fiirmer’s wifo
is apt to look sallow and jaded, and
why slio grows old lieforo her time, is
that tlie minute the weather grows
cold she stays in tlio house from one
week’s end to another. In summer
time, gathering berries or garden veg
etables, or feeding the chickens, will
take tier out of doors, but just as soon
as necessity no longer compels her to
go into the open air she remains in
side. One of lier excuses is that she
inis no time for out-door exercise,
fliis doubtless is trm*, for there is no
woman SO hard-worked as tlie farmer’s
wife, but slie must go out for a short
walk or drive, if somebody or some
thing has to suffer ill consequence. To
lie sure there are not tlie incentives for
going out Hint tlie city woman lias; tlie
marketing or shopping that can bo
accomplished in a walk of a few
blocks, if there is to be any shopping
tlie "team” must be gotten up mid a
drive of several miles taken. This
means a considerable expenditure of
time ami is not. done any oftenor than
dire necessity requires. Perhaps the
nearest neighbor is not within walking
(liHtance, consequently a walk will lie
without any excuse in lhe mind of tlie
average farmer's wife. Go out and
walk up tlio road, then, a half mile
without any excuse except tlio saving
of yourhoalth; that is tlio best possi
ble excuse that you could have. You
will come back rested in mind nnd
brain. You will lie aide to do twice as
inileli darning aud patching, and do it
witli better grace, witli tlio renewed
■nergy which you have gained from
your walk in tlie fresh, pure air. The
farmer’s wife lives in tlio best air there
is to he had mid takes tlie least advan
tage of it.— Detroit Tribune.
It has been observed that the cards
of tho wives of tho Cabinet have not
the usual reception day (Wednesday)
on them. The omission is purposely
made to prevent, if |Oisible, the un
known crowd which comos to Wash
ington each season from making a
free uso of their houses.
These public recoptions, which are a
Washington custom of long standing,
nro becoming more and more objec
tionable. Thoso c mtinued encroach
ments and griovancos nro becoming
intolerable. The question has arise i,
is there any way to remedy tho evils Cmintcrfrlt Prrs.lltm.nt« nr Alt til. Gods
attendant upon keeping open house?
A Parisian genius is getting up a
It is not surprising that dubious cliar-
ac el's arc often soon In the promiscu museum in that city which will con
ous crowd which tills the Imuses of tain probably tlie most unique collec
public ollh'ial.s. A hostess never tion of curiosities ever gathered under
knows how many more than am in a single rtiof. His object is to obtain
vited will bo present, and Is embar counterfeit presentments of all tho
rassed about pr (Vldiug for lior com supposed supernatural being« that man
has ever worshiped. There will lie ill
Articles often disappear mysterious this museum reproductions of the South
ly. At one tea a c i»tly cloak was ex Sea islanders, tlio images of the Japan
changed for a shabby one. It wns an ese nnd Egyptian gists, tlie wooden
out and out caso of stealing. A gen divinities of Africa and Oeemiien, tlie
tleman found a battered, dirty old deities of Chilili mid India, of Greece,
■oft hat left and his brand now tile Italy mid Gaul, the »tone nnd graven
gone. A lady rested her muff, em monsters of Mexico nnd Peru, tlie
broidered handkerchief and card-case goggle-eyed gods of tlio Pacific, tlie
on tho mantel while she took refresh amulet» of the Nortli American Indian,
ments. A woman deliberately folded mid, in fact, every species of divinity
her own cotton handkerchief with that nrt can |s>«sibly represent Tims
blue bonier, put it on the mantel and far his task will be a comparatively
easy one, but when he comes to the
walked off with the handsomo one.
To koep out intruders some have American part of Ilia collection nnd
adopt« I tho plan of inviting their tries to obtain representations of the
guests ill a whisper and pledge them gods woraliiped here nt present his
to secrecy. While some persons on- work will lie much more difficult, Ho
j iy publicity whloh Is given to their will have to get the »team yacht, tlio
entertainments b< daily publishing a race-horse, tlie neat in the United
record of all they do, others find it States Senate, tin* liank account, mid
very objectionable, «« strangers make many other of our most powerful
u«e of the catnlogue to participate in divinities, some of which would lie
the hospitality, even when there is no difficult to obtain and impossible to re
previous acquaintance, no claim of move to this Parisian collection. Per
r-cognition mid no opportunity for haps. on tlie whole, a gidd dollar,
suitably displayed in a glass case,
If the punch-bowl and refreslinieut- would I h * the most appropriate symbol
table were abolished, and valuables to represent the American part of this
put under lock ami key, several novel exhibit. — 1‘hihutr'phia Times.
classes would not ba tempted to in
—There 1« Mire punishment of some
trude. — J.ouisville Courier-Journal.
kind for all who wrong their fellow
men, but there is a greater punish
—The youngest woman in the news- ment to him who wrongs himself by
pa|>er business heard from up to date abusing his health and talents, a» they
is Illas Agnes McMellan, the I cal ed are God-given opportunities in the
itor of the Seward Democrat of Nebras way of capital that onr Father gave us
ka. She is but fifteen years old, and an for a certain purpose, to neglect which
excellent news gatherer.
is an insult to Him who gave. — /bm«-
—The story of the deep sea Is an ex roy'« Advance TAougM.
pensive one. The cost of compiling
—If Christianity, as the infidel de
and publishing the reports of the Chal clares, Is a pure Illusion, without any
lenger expedition is said to have al foundation in truth, it is, nevertheless,
ready exceeded two hundred thousand for this life, a very pleasant Illusion to
pounds, the work being still unfin the believer, and withal a very useful
one to mankind.
it has done more to
—D. W. C. Throop, editor of the make men happy and good in this
Mount Pleasant (la.) Free Press, was world than any other influence ever
writing a few days ago sn article on applied to the human mind.
the lesson of Tom Potter's death from upon men as if it were true, and had
overwork. Suddenly he paused, put its foundation in the God of truth.—
his hand to his heart, and fell to the J’A« Independent
The vol«« of old age have lhe «tlffnea. of It
too; and aa it la the unfltteat time to I vmu in.
no lhe unUiniea of it to unlearn in wilt be found Castile In Hid.__________ ___________
Tlie foundation of all bappiMM is
TWO WAYS. CHOOSE WHICH!
man with an imperfect digeMton may be » u ’
There are two usual waya of doing what Na lionaire, may be the husband of »n angel »
ture aometimea dtwa lucompktely, namely, to the lather of half »dozen cherubs and yet be
relieve the bowels. One ia to ewallow adraaUc miserable It he be troubled
purgative which evacuates profusely, abruptly any of the disorders arwing from miperte i
aud with pain, theothir ia to take Hostetter a digestion or a sluggish ^ver. 1 •
Stomach Bitters, the effect of which is not vio PlpAHMut Purgative Pellets are the sarest ana
lent, but sufficiently thorough, and which does iu1^?“reLuTfo? these morbid condHlon».
not gripe lhe intestines. If .he first is selected, Being purely vegetable, the) are perreeuy
the person employing it med not expect perma
nent benefit, an.’ he cannot hope to escape ttie harmless. _________ * ________ _
debllitai lug reaction which leaves the organa
The great Cromwell left the Univeraity ot
aa bad or worse off than before. If. on the
o’her hand, he resorts to the Bitters, he can Cambridge st eighteen.
rate upon the reatoratiou of a regular habit of
body, consequent upon a renewal of a health
The Baldwin Hotel of S m Francisco,
ful tone in the intestinal canal. Besides health lias been entirely refurnished, and is> now
fully relaxing the bowela. the Bitters arousesa beinir managed iiy Mr. Bildwin himself,
dormant live-, imparts a beneficial Impetus to
the action of the kidneys, and counteracts the on hi» original plan of sparing no expense
early twinges of rheumatism, a tendency to to make it first class in every respect Its
table ¡»unexceptionable: its location cen
gout, and malaria In all ita forma.
tral, at the corner of Market and Powell
St». All street car lines from the ferry
Act well at the moment, and yon have
formed a good action to all ete nity.
I passing the door. Our readers will find It
B ros ,
Dear Sir»:—For a long time I have BUf-
fered from _________
the effect» ______
sick headache, and on trying your D r . C. |
M c L ane ’ s C elebrated L iver P ills I
found quick and satisfactory relief. A
\ery few doses does the work and I would :
not be without them.
Sioux Falls, Dakota.
G eo . II. H arris .
Cure sick headache, biliousness, liver I
complaint, dyspepsia, heartburn, indiges*
tion, malaria, pimples on face and body, 1
impure blood, etc., by using regularly D r .
C. M c L ane ’ s C elebrated L iver P ills ,
prepared only by Fleming Bros., Pitts
burgh, Pa. Price ‘25 cents. Sold by all ■
druggists. Insist upon having the genuine
D r . C. M c L ane ’ s L iver P ills , prepared '
by Fleming Bio„ Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations of the
name M c L ane , spelled differently but of
the same pronunciation. Always make'
sure of the words “Fleming Bros., Pitts
burgh, Pa.” on the wrapper.
Michigan and Canada supply
weekly with 10,000,000 eggs.
New York i
W arner ’ s S afe C ure
has been before the public
now about ten yoara, and in
that time has proved itself
to be all that It has been
It is purely, vegetable,
contain« nothing harmful, and
DOES purify the blood aud
CUBE disease, as it puts the
kidneys, the only blood-pur
ifying organs, in complete
We have tens of thousands of
testimonials to this effect from
people who were cured years
ago and who are well to-day.
MURDERED BY PREJUDICE.
GOULDS & AujT„
IU superior excellence proven in millions of home« for
more than a quarter of a century. It is
United Staten Government. Eudorwd by the heads of
the Greet Univerrider u the Htronxert, Fureet and moat
Healthful. Dr Prion s Cream Bsklnx Powder does not
ooutalu Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Hold only lu ouiia.
PKICB BAKING POWDER CO.
/ Aua IMMENSE STOCK OF SUMMER
GAN UNDK3WEAR, M H ,nd n
I-iUat design« In PEIU'ALE SlntlTS th
■t>la Cull.r» ui<l one |»lr Cut!«, n.;j
GENERAL AGENTS WANTED! SSJ
mouth easily made selling the Farmers hriend,
a bag holder and scales combined. Bant nil»»
thlH. bend for circular«. E. E. BA lit. Manager
Fuget Sound Mfg. Co.. Tacoma. W ash. Ter.
TO 5 DAT».
MfdHoly by tte
Big el Du given antvar.
sal aatlsfaction In lh.
cure ot Gonorrhoea acd
Gleet. I preecrlbe It and
feel safe In recommend
ing It to all eufferera.
A. J. STONER, M.D.,
PRICE. $1.00. «
Sold by Druggist* 1
CoMPLrrx P owvr and
P umping P lants .
Low prices, prompt delivery
Write for Circulars.
BYRON JACKSON, SAN FRANCISCO.
Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
232, Kearny St., near Bush.
t-JT Send for Illustrato I Catalogue.
TO TI1K JLADlKft!
M * NurACTVRKR. AND IMPOSTI». or
LA DI Ed' CHILDREN'S & INFANT'S \v»*i
Illu.tr.tod Catalogue, sent Ire. on sppllcsn.
By return malí. Full De«r»t..i
M ••</'■ New Tailor
O.UU«. KOOS Y *Co’cSiS)
as a Day. Samples worth 11 so FBa
« not under the horses test. Write ¿a
S afety llxix II oldxk CH.Holl, JIleK
stkk ' s
O! YES, YES! CERTAINLY!
A singed cat dreads the fire. I p’ead guilty. I am selling a “new fangled” nudià»
It is a Scientific Specific,
LOOK AT IT AIN’T IT A DAISY?
Thousands of men die every day who
might be saved. Prejudice has murdered
many a man and woman. If it were be
lieved that the sum of disease could be
reduced by physic much would be gained.
The nightmare of death would not
friglite us as it does. In our modern
civilization we ought reasonably to expect
disease to settle upon us because we do
so much to attract it; because we so often
and steadily expose ourselves to it. At
H. H. Warner & Co,
the same time we all ought to understand, not cure everything from
a« a part of our rudimentary education, one bottle, they having a
that to save ourselves from the effects of
such exposure some kind of fortification i specific for each important
should be built around our vital forces, disease. Fight shy of any
lest the enemy carry us, as it were, by a preparation which claims in
DE LESSEPS' CANAL.
sudden onslaught. For many years the fallibility.
Tike Proposed Alteration In the Plan of the
I guarantee the Wew«Fancied Advance Separator to be the best grain-savin?, fin
kkth ’ h P ills in this way and they have
est Thresher and most durable Separator ever made. But, rem« inlier, it is not au expert;
machine, as the Old Fogy muchines are. You are well aware of tlie time loH (Hat
The testimonials printed by
It Ims eost some humlrod» of mil approach of disease. Stop the daily mur
you have to pay for) in experimenting with Old > <uo machines. The Aeu Fanrlti
lions of dollars to demonstrate to Count ders—we had aimoBt »aid suicides—by H. H. Warner & Co. are, so
Thresher leads the way. The growling and kicking of the Old Fogy agents is only ccualtd I
by the amount of gia;n kicked cut m the straw by the O d Fogy machii-es. Of course, if ya I
Ferdinand Do Lesseps that stone has using these PIU b . They speak for them far as they know, positively
wish a cheap machine. Old Fogies will supply you at your own price; but their machines mi i
as they act. When everything genuine. For the past five
not the degree of pormeability pos selves
dear at any price. You cannot atioid to buy a thresher without examining the ADVAKCKI
else has failed B randreth ' s P ills lias i years they have had a standing
Do not be talked <nto buying a machine because it is cheap and Old Foft> ish. Abk the 014
sessed by sand. It was no trick at all saved lives. They are to be had at every
r og.y agents if they will set beside the new -tangled machine and iet jou see which is the |
offer of 15,000 for proof to the
to dig a hole through the granulated drug store.
experimental machine, and sold on its inert is, 1 have never yet l.ad to ceil on any court to I
contrary. If you are sick and
help decide the merits of lhe new-fangled machine. Please exam ine the court recordsinref- I
plain of Suez; but. canalizing tho solid
Do not anticipate trouble or worry about that
ereiuje to the Old Fogie's plan. Many years ago a man built a new-fangled machine, 1
called a steam engine. Old Fogies then, as now, stood back and said they would ruin the
rocks of Panama is quite a different which uiay never happen; keep in the sunlight. I want to get well* u«e
country. Do you not want to be mined in the* same waj Y Rt member, the sew* i
thing. This is at lust admitted by De
Thousands of cures follow the use of Dr.
tangled machine is past all experimenting, while Old Fogy’s machines are being ei- i
perimented with all the time, and at your expense. Do not fool with them any longer, »hila
Lessops, and he now proposes to change gage’s Catarrh Remedy. 50 cents.
your grain is going to w aste.
his work from a sea level to a lock
Chunc. opportunities make us known to
IKrmeniber the new fangled machine is sold on its merits entirely. Ik
member, your whole dependence is upon your crop proceeds, and if you allow Old Fngynis !
canal. But will the undertaking, even others; and .till more to ourselves.
chines to waste your grain, you are just that much out of pocket. To prevant this, set i
in its new shape, ever be finished? Can
Consumption, Wasting Viseaaea,
that the party that does your threshing procures a new-tangled A D V A.WE Thither,
as they are constructed so as to save your grain, and have a better record than any old-fogy
its promoters ever raise the vast sum And General Debility. Doctors disagree as to
fuv^er particulars. I am prepared to prove all mj’ statements-i. e., Tw I
the relative vatu,, of Cod Liver Oil slid Hypo
needed for its completion?
AO>AACK machine will do more and better woik than any other.
phosphites, the ono supplying strength and
old fogy agent to name A1VY case where th«
Lc Genie. Civil, tlio most prominent nosh, the other giving nerve power, and acting
adx AJk< *» machine has failed to do as represented since its iiitioductiui
a tonic to the digestive and entire system.
engineering periodical in France, has as
ou this t’oust. Mhow' up or shut up.
But in Neott's E uiu I h I oii of < od Liver Oil
Remember that old fogy agents saying the contrary does not make it so. It will pay you W
an article in a recent number on the with Hypophosphites the two are combined, *N ERVOU8
Investigate. I can prove all I suv.
the effect is wonderful. Thousands who aenejr, &c., due to excesses or abuse, cured.
subject of the priqxised alteration in the and
I also sell tlie well kuo«n DINI-FF WOODHI RY PO1VEK. A number of man
have derived no permanent benefit from other
MEM suffering from the effects fact urers make them on a royalty but I do not know of any imitations, bntam alwaysin- I
canal The statistics it presents must preparations have been cured by this. Scott’s YOUNG
U ,. m ■? u oi youthful follies or indis
Emulsion Is perfectly pslatahle and easily di cretion should avail themselves of our treatment. clined to look out for those that talk of imitations. 1 also deal in Laundry and Mari*
certainly startle the Gallic enthusiasts gested by thoso who cannot tolerate plain Cod A positive cure guaranteed in every case. Syphilis, Alachtnery, harm. Church and School Bells. General Machinery, Suilt Oilers, OrmeSdety
Urinary and Venereal Diseases all unnatural dis« vv“JV.e8» 11 m Plinip1^’J,^n\?ckrJn.»iii*rat<:?r8’ pHrk & Kennedy Injectors. Acme and A11W
who have been inveigled into dumping Liver Oil.
charges, promptly and safely cured.
W renches, Blacksmith Drills, Self-Heating Bath Tubs, tho Westinghouse Engines. See the I
prices: 10-horee on wheels. $900; Traction, >1075; 15 horse Traction, tUOO. Special discount ter
money by the carl-load into a big ditch
llG^^al Agent for Colburn’s Dynamos and Lamps lor Electric UghtiBg-S to
S ymptoms —Moisture; intense itching and stinging,
which promises to remain for all time
ye,l,c B»ck- Nervou*
most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to con
Waiting of S«xuut Strength, etc., cured
“without form and void." Following tinue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, ¡pebiUty,
r®Htored to healthy vigor.
very sore. B waynk ’ b O intmknt stops the
I ».PerBon£ unBbl® to ▼isit us may be treated
is a synopsis of statements made by becoming
THE RAWSON LIGHT RUNNING REARERS AND MOWERS.
itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and in many et tnelr homes, by correspondence. Medicines and
Cases remowBs the tumors. It is equally efficacious in instructions sent by mail or express. Consultation
this French scientific authority—which, curing
all Skin Diseases. DR SWAYNE A SON,
by the way, is not hostile to the enter Proprietors, Philadelphia. S wayni ’ s O intment can Friend or Guide to Wedlock.
be obtained of druggista. Sent by mall for 50 Cents.
PISO S CURE FOR CONSj¿MP T10 -N ? 0Ur<»V^a®’e cani'f)^ do without one. You must have one for your mills. You cannot afford to'
"The live divisions into which the
If afflicted with Bore Eye«, use Dr. Isaac
be without a small one in your house.
For particulars, address
line of the canal nt Panama is divided,
N. P N. U. No. 2-11—8. F. N. U. No. 318.
of Morrison Street, Portland« Oregon«
contained at the outset, 1S5,000,000
T ry G ermka for breakfast.
cubic meters to be removed. T he accom
plishment. lip to this time, has been as
follows: In the first division, from As
pinwall westward, throa-fifths of the
excavation, and in the fifth division,
IF SO, OF COURSE^ YOU WANT Tire BEST.
from Panama eastward, one-third;
Skiq &• Scalp
in the second and third divisions, from
Tavernilla to Emperado, one-eighth
each, and in the fourth division. La
utic U r ,^
Ciliel.ra, two twenty-sevenths. Of the
total accomplishment of 30,666 6t»t>
cubic meters out of the 135,000,000 to
l>e extracted 19,606,666 conies from the pop CLEANSING. PURIFTING AND
Atlantic and Pacific sections, where I beautifying the skin of children and infante
curing torturing, disfiguring. Itching, scaly
the earth is soft and the dredges en and
and pimply di Beanes of the akin, scalp and
counter no serious obstacles.
From blood, with loss of hair, from infancy to old age.
C uticvba R kmkdikr arc infallible.
the three central and difficult divisions the
C uticura , the great Skin Cure, and Cun
11,000,000 cubic meters have been ex cura S oap , an exquisite Skin Beautlfler. ex
ternally. and C uticura ItKaoLVKNT. the new
tracted after seven years' operations, Blood Purifier, internally, cure every form of
and out of a total of 86,000.000. Even skin and blood diseases, rrom pimples to
if the substitution of a canal with
Sold everywhere. t’rice.Ctrrtcviu.SOo.: Soxr.
locks should reduce the total remain
I>Rce amd C hemical C o .. B oston . M am .
ing excavation in these sections to
Bend for "Hew to Cure Sxln OiseiMe«.'
4O,0tN).0tk> cubic meters, as claimed by X< Baby'» Skin «nd Scalp prwaorved and "MX
beautified by C vticvra H oai -
the company, it would require twenty- tor
idney I’ ainb , Backache and Weakness 1
five years to complete the work at the «K
cured by C vticvha A nti -P ain Pi.AKTxn.an
iiwUntaneous pain-sulKiulng plaster. 2.-<c. I
came rate of progress. In that time,
even al the present rate, tho aggregate
I A Bl rt A t** Premium. £5,000 tn um ,
SO year. Eatabllahvd. New
Interest of the existing debt, uncom- UinNII\
I lOll VVI l4,rllll,'l Stevl Tun.nr De
pounded. would amount t-j(500,000,000 fies. In it** In no other Piano, by which our Piam,
In tun. 20 j ears, food for 100 ; not atfecte.1
and the world would have for the re Stand
by cllmat*. Nownod to «|*tlt, break, ,w«!l, »brink.
quirements of its commerce, an In Frack, decay, or wear out; ae »uarantee It, Kle-
rant Rowwood Caaoa, 3 .tringa, double re, eaUug
complete canal, not more than fifteen uettoti;
fln«at ivory keys; the Famous ANTLSKLL
feet in depth (4.57 meters), and bur GUI or writ» for CXIab»o>e, tree. T. M. AXTISEL1
CO., Manufacturer*, (hl.l Fellow»’ Hall, Mar
dened with debts exceeding $1,000,000,- Cl •t ANO
and Seventh Streota, San FntncUco.
•» » —
THE “ADVANCE" THRESHERS AND ENGDffl
W arner ’ s S afe C ure
THE LINDGREN CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES
*’i, t! ¿Hi
—The young" man whose breath
sm< 11» of rum will never breathe ths
atmosphere of success.
da’imWe — P"P«"d" fure Si ?ou «Xtt .L”
ind '' „hington. all of which are
—Ambition breaks the ties of blood,
‘Agitator»” «Old each wavn Ti from the leading farmer» and thre»hermen to pro« tkH
■" m other style or mak^
and forgets the obligations of grati
I UBI, and conaequenllv. upon if«
cn'nV »n order f0 introduce it hut in know led «<•<! to
tude.—Sir nailer Ncolt
—If you would not have affliction
Re^mber. weguErEm^^ j I C«o “Aoi. t
^»lAE BECAUSE IT IS CHEAP OB
visit you twice, listen at once to what
it teachea —Wer. A. L. Knox.
J 'hr"h"‘hr”her ra*dr'
—A fad is another man's favorite
™ in doTnXr of
factory who want thej?ml*,T*P rP’Prrt ‘h»n to experiment with a new-f»n«W
Idea; our own Invorit. Me* is to
Remember, »Mr whole'dependence i<
Iodide ot' Fotaaa.
other men strong evidence of cranki
Il C1UW RaBUMAYIKM, NBVBAL4UA, Boitat, Ptmplea,
AcroTula. Go««, (.'•tenA- T ubkwm . O»>t Rh*um. wd
-I never know a critic who made it Mercurial p*in» 11 P’Arifk* the Wood, Rtwionu u«
Lfrer aad K idnon to healthy aettoa. and sakes the
his business to lash the faults of other V't
’roplmia»« RrVui and Clear
writers that was not guilty of greater J. W. QATXS a CO., Proprietor«.
41V N mmeoo B«_ B ow Frawcloro.
hi mself. —JihiMoa.
—That which is called considering
what la our duty, in a particular case,
is very often nothing but endeavoring
~iff£r8AVE MONEt *
SARSAPARILLA, YELLOW DOCK,
¿ A ER &
J. H. FINik. ABKoyer and Analytical
Chemist, Laboratory, 106 First st. 1 ortland.
Or. Analyses made of all jubetances. Kates
for assaying gold and silver ores $1.50. FacA-
ages sent by mail or express promptly attended
to, and returns made
was not put upon the market
until thoroughly tested, and
has the endorsement of Prof.
8. A- Lattimore, M. A., Ph.,
LL. D., Official Analyst of
foods and medicines, N. Y.
State Board of Health, and
scores of eminent chemists,
physicians and professional
to explain it away< —A*Me^ Awl/er.
Soor a corpsei
••Brown'» Bronchial Troche»" are
widely known as an admirable rel',e<Jl
Bronchitis, Hoarsenes«, l oughs, and Ihroat
troubles. ¡Sold only in boxes.
fOR IVkAT Pu,2j
So,d on Trî,
to their advantage in everv wav, to stop
at the Baldwin, when visiting ban tran-
John Bright was never at any school a day
after he was fifteen.
“Then let the moon usurp the rule of day,
And winkling tapirs show the sun his way;
For what my senses can perceive,
I need no revelation to believe.”
Ladies suffering from any of the weaknesses
or ailments peculiar to their sex, and who will
use Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription accord
ing to directions, will experience a genuine i
revelation in the benefit they will receive. It is ■
a positive cure fer the most complicated and
obstinate cases of leucorrhea, excessive flow
ing, painful menstruation, unnatural suppres
sions, prolapsus, or falling of the womb, weak
back, “female weakness,” anteversion, retro :
version, bearing down sensations, chronic con
gestion, inflammation and ulceration of the
womb, inflammation, pain and tenderness in
ovaries, accompanied with “internal beat.”
auknowlodged lhe most < uh ?'i*Wil
harml ss toilet article ever
and Divaerviutf the complexion ,
freckles aud Jl bkiuiahes and '
Used and indorsed by the
stW Bold bi all
White an t Flesh. M.u ifictu.*5 k ? JT*“ te
À (X)., Chemists Portland Orcttoo
General Ajjent«, Portlar d, Or.