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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893.
;:s Weekly Ghroniele.
LOCAL AND 1'IKHONAl.
. hie neckties and tale oolh.
iiit of Iron dollar., . ....l.
I neatly packed wHy within his trunk,
be iiit to shooting eraps
, l lot of otliur tliiiM. ,,i.k
And hlaschaiiia to-awCblcagn went kortluuk,
Uoada are rapidly drying.
Tr- wty owners have began cleaning
t- -' rds.
thermometer barely reached freer.
. wing was commenced on the Wa
; '.a flat hurt Saturday.
Ti.e forry boat at Arlington in pro
f i'.'.aJ by a gasoline engine.
A. party was given by the Misses Gush
ing t their home on the hill last even
ng. A i rriage licenso wai issued to Mr.
Mar' Jolllns, to wed Minn Julia Porter,
b-'- ' Kingsley.
council meeting tonight. Tho
unfinished business of any Im
f .. .uce ia the matter of passing an or
..ance for a sewer between Laughlin
and JoiTerson streets.
Tho largest groonbaek extant is a 19,
000 bill, and only ono such noto has
been printed by the government. In
looking over our cabinet of curios we
And t. t it Is not with our .ollection
T Jon tana legislature has followed
tl mple of Wyoming und adjourned
wl. -t electing a senator. The din
patch says Governor Richards will aj
poiut one. As this is unconstitutional
the report is an error.
Hon. Win. Kulxuy, familiarly known
a "1" ilu iiilly," is in town and will re
tnrn ' norrow. He Buys the people of
Lis c .ion are incensed at the verdict
t'.M.t Cul Hale, as it wus shown that
he was not in tho country at tho time of
the Roslyn robltory.
There la a man the printer lorea.
And ha la wondrous wlm;
Whene er ha writes the printer mini,
Usdoiuitb all Ma l a.
AM lifter ho hna dotted them
With carefulness and euso,
lie punctuate each paragraph
And crosses all bla t'a.
Upon nno side alone he writes.
And never rolls his leaves,
And friini tho man uf Ink a emllti
Aud mark "Insert" twelves.
Ccveland lost an X today.
'Uncle" Ferris Is sporting a Cleve
land hat toduy.
Fins are numerously floating over the
city in honor of today's inauguration.
The Inland fStar today received a cont
of tar. It will lie launched Tuesday.
The river has reached soro mark.
There is a grout dual of Ice floating down.
The trifling trouble over a lantern at
aloeior exalted a loss to Wasco county of
Mclrvine placo on Clionowclh
was t 'i yeatorduy to John II. Trail, of
XT-'- for 10,000.
It .' sported that the Southern I'acific
I.y. Is about to put on an hourly
trainl .tween Portland and Oregon City.
Work is progressing rapidly on the
new dock at tho foot of Court street. It
is fast being enclosed and will now be
finished in a vory few days.
A t'jep well is digging at Heaverton.
T' ' ntraclor haa gone down already
t and tho bottom of the well js al
slow the surface of the ocean,
roposod Keoley institution at La
C has gone glimmering. The La
C. people, who promised a cash
ul Ion of $2,000, are just that
There -J said to be more snow on the
west slope of the Cascades than there
has been for years. This will necessarily
cause much delay in opening the roads
across the mountains.
A child was born in California recently
sixteen perfect fingors. It was
f -oposed to educate him for a freight
I iui, but now that the car coupler
. g he will be nsed to practically
den. rate the dangers of a buzs saw.
T llowlng lottor was recoived to
d 4iu Minneapolis: "Enclosed
T nd 10 cents, for which please
e one or two copies of your paper,
lam nking of emigrating to Oregon,
and nv apatiore are a pretty good index
of the thrift and entorprise of the pro
pie." President Harrison retires today with
t" i -ood wishos of the whole nation,
i i made a clean record, and the
- tl verdict will bo : "Well done,
d faithful servant." The relin
qui. gntof the white house and its
burt. Wu bring Ui Blmre of reHe tQ
compi Jat Um for his defeat at the
polls, whllo his person will be safer from
the crank's bullet, mid his peace of
r ind from the alarmists who make up
; deficiency in number by their loud
I "g upon Impending calamity.
on would see the spot,
re perfect quiet la:
J ire men set up In business.
.dii not do the bis:
i covered o'er with lllcs;
it look Into thoalornof him ,
.10 dnea not adverttae.
r below froesing last night.
. Prall, the purchaser of the John
Irvine pluce, will move upon his prop
erty this week.
We have received a communication
bv "One of the Jurymen," which we
would publish if the writer would make
known to na his Identity.
Joseph Folco is about to add another
story to his Kast End confectionery
store. His soda fonntain is now in run
ning order; also tho icecream parlor.
Portland has several cases of small
pox within Its limits. The board of
health think they have It under control,
and there ia no fear of en epidemic in
The city council will not meet until
somo evening this week, as the business
which was to be done required further
time than was supposed at the last reg
The anti-option bill passed both
iiouscs, bnt was killed by a refusal to
suspend the rules and agree by a two
thirds vote to the amendments put on
the bill by the senate.
Another rumor is to the effect that a
paier factory is to be started at Grand
Dalles. What is needed there more
than glass works, a paper null or a shoe
manufactory is a population factory
even if it would be an infant Industry.
The blacking of stoves is a discourag
iug task, in many instances, but our
buttor-haU lias discovered that soap
mixed with the stove blacking is a great
saving of labor and it produces an ex
cellent polish, and Is lasting. Try It.
Yesterday was a balmy Subbuth, and
brought out a very large share of the
populace on the streets and out on the
hills in quest of early flowers, which are
in bloom. We noticed crocuses, polyan
thus and daisies in bloom in some places
during our stroll about the city.
The peach crop will be very short this
yenr. Iteports from tho Walla Walla
country, and the Tendleton region show
that the peach crop was ruined by the
recent cold weather, while the news so
far received from the country around
The Dalles will show a great decrease
occasioned by the cold of the winter.
A Mnch-Meele4 Improvement Began la
" tlie Kiver.
Cabcauc IxH'ta., March 3rd, 1S93.
Editor CnKoNicrc :
The snow on the lower levels has
about all disappeared.
Dr. II. A. Leavens ia still confined to
his bed, with illness.
The Steamer Dalles City, In approach
ing the rapids today, on the lower falls,
made three attem pts to get over. There
soems to be two bad stages of water, in
this swift part of the river which are the
two extremes of high and low water
Tho government toduy started to re
move tlie rocks in tho Columbia at a
point on tho Washington side, imtnedi
ately opposite the portage wharf boat,
which is a much needed improvement,
permitting the boats hereafter to keep
nearer the Washington side and remain
in the eddies, thereby avoiding the still
The government office in charge of the
locks delivered the plant over to the
contractors March 1st. Notwithstanding
former reports, there hus been nothing
done here so fur, aud the long rested em
ployes are aw aiting anxiously to get to
work again. We do not look for any
great force of men, to be put in at the
start, outside of getting out stone, and
arranging the plant in readiness until
after high water.
Ore ABIOS AL.
Inauguration ia The Dalle.
It is doubtful if the ceremonies at
Washington were as enjoyable as that
participated in by a party of ladies at
Mrs. G. P. Morgan's. Though perhaps
not entirely in honor of the day, the
event was generally merrily discussed
and a count taken of the political views
of the party ; but all wished well to the
coming administration, even if the ma
jority of votes would have been for the
Republican side. After a dainty lunch
tho party separated, expressing thanka
to tho hostess for the pleasant after
noon. Those present wore Mesdames
Wallace, D. M. French, Crooks, Garri
son, Rice, Condon, Gibons, Cushing,
Moody, Wilson, Doherty of Antelope,
Rlnehart, Landreth, Barrett, Blakeley,
Donnoll, Futerson, Michel, Marden,
We were shown today by Photographer
Herrin a block of wood upon which a
photograph had been made direct, a
discovery made by him, which five years
ago would have mode his fortune.
Though tho process is not new, it is
none tho less a discovery, for the secret
has been jealously guarded by its posses
sors, and there is no one in Portland
today, aud but one in California who
knows how it is done. There are many
who can photograph on wood by first
coating it with gelatine or some other
substance, but it serves no purpose to
the engraver, as he cannot tell whether
he is cutting the wood or not. For
more than a year Mr. Herrin has been
experimenting and was about to give it
up, when one day recently, in an idle
moment, ho picked up a negative at
random and was surprised to find that
he had hit upon tho formula. He haa
had several orders already from engrav
ers in Portland and Oakland, California.
Question as to Who Shall Pay for
Repairing a Sewer.
UKMl'LT OF KRItOB IK A Dill)
The Eatabllahment of Board of
ITealta tr(ed by Ceaaellaoaa
C. K. IIal(bt.
The regular meeting of the council
convened last night at the city hall,
present Mayor Mays and Aldermen
Uaight, Wood, Joles, Kreft and Lauer.
Mrs. W. N. Wiley's pctitition for a
reduction of $3,000 taxes was referred to
the judiciary committee.
Mr. Pitman asked the privilege of lay
ing a water pipe from Mill creek to his
residence through an alley which has
never been opened up and will not be
for many years. Granted.
A letter addressed to the board of
trade from an incubator man in Neb
raska, asking about the chances to sell
his merchandise, was read and dismissed
Reading of recorder's report of vaga
bonds, beggara and drunks. Then fol
lowed treasurer's and city assewor'a re
Sidewalks on three lots near Norman's
ordered laid, and a grade ordered to be
The question of the sewer between
Second and Third, and Madison and
Jefferson streets next came up. Here
the wooden sewer placed there years
ago, has rotted ont, causing that part of
it beyond, one of terra cotta, to be value
less. Tlie question arose as to what
property should be assessed to pay for
it. The mayor was of the opinion that
the equity of the case would affect only
those contiguous to the proposed re
repair, and in this he was sustained by
the council. A motion prevailed that
an ordinance be immediately drawn up
to provide for its repair, and an esti
mate made of its cost and that when the
council adjourn it should be till tonight,
so that there will be no further delay, as
the question is important.
A petition from Mrs. Fish was read
asking for a rebate of taxes. Council
man Joles stated that the description in
the deed to the property in question read
so many chains from a certain pine tree
east, when it should read west, and that
a man hunted three weeks for her prop
erty once without success. The petition
Regular monthly reading of bills.
Mr. Haight then spoke of the expe
dience of organizing a board of health
for the better sanitary protection of our
citizens, especially in view of the prob
able advent of cholera. He said many
towns were already acting upon the
matter and so should The Dalles. He
pointed out places reeking with filth
and read an ordinance relating to its
prevention which had never been en
forced. He urged either its repeal or its
enforcement. Councilman Kreft, in con
firmation, told of other filthy alleys, one
of which he said was "knee deep." He
said that according to an ordinance, the
marshal was the proper officer to report
such cases ; the people owed a greater
duty in informing the marshal of such
places, when it would become his duty
to see that the provisions were enforced.
The mayor said that, as the hour was
growing In ip, the subject would come up
the following evening for further discus
All Over a Laatera.
His honor, Justice SchuU, with a jury,
were busied yesterday afternoon in the
trial of an assault and battery case that
was brought up on a change of venue
from Mosier. The defendant, R. A.
Powers, was charged with asssaulting
and striking one Deitcbrailler in an al
tercation over a lantern. Mr. Deitch
miller stated that he was knocked down
by the force of the blow and damaged in
the face. But the jury concluded, after
digesting all the evidence produced, that
it was a case of strike or get struck with
Mr. Powers, and accordingly brought in
a verdict of not guilty.
The Mohr Portage.
In the matter of the portage road there
is little new to report. Contractor Glenn
bos been In town for several days, but
commencement of actual work seems to
be hanging on the arrival of Paul Mohr.
The scrapers, carts, etc., which arrived
from Portland last week were taken up
to Grants and there ferried across the
river. When work begins it ia probable
it will be commenced at the east end of
the line, near Columbus, though it is
not yet definitely settled.
Mberp lp Far t'blcbeua.
Walla Walla tftaU-aman.
C. E. Sherlock, one of Lake county's
greatest sheep growers, says that he has
been experimenting with sheep dip.
Being Informtd by the stock inspector
that dipping ckickeus would increase
their laying qualities, he dipped eighty
of his fine hens. The result was that
sixty of the eighty were dead next morn
ing. Some Indians took the dead chick
ens away and ate them, and In a few
days one of them came back -and asked
Mr. Sherlock when he was going to dip
Thomas A. Edison has completed ar
rangements to show his latest invention,
the kinetograph, at the world's fair.
The kinetograph i a remarkable device,
but not very useful ; an instrument by
hich every gesture of a speaker may
be photographed and at the same time
every word ho utters is recorded an the
cylinder of a phonograph. The two
devices are then connected, the photo
graphing apparatus and the phonograph.
By throwing the photograph on a screen
and starting the talking machine the
words and gestures of any speaker can
be reproduced. The effect produced is
that the figure on tho screen is doing the
talking. The deception is said to be
Christian Nickelsen, of Hood River, is
in tue city.
Mrs. Smart's twins are very low. with
Mins May Enright ia visiting in Mia-
L. F. Burdoin, White Salmon, is In
the city today.
Mrs. Dr. Stowell, of Goldendale, Is
visiting in me Dalles.
Mr. C. G. Roberts, formerlv of The
Dalles, is in this city.
Hugh Gourlay, formerly editor of Tux
Crbomcli, made a fraternal call today.
Miss Marcraret Rowland and sister Bes
sie left for balem this morning, where
uicy wm visit ttieir uncle.
Miss Emma Julian of Stockton, Cali
fornia, arrived last night inthe city and
is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. C. E.
Columbia James Harman, Joseph
Chamberlin, Lyle; Thomas Dann, Mrs
H B Jadkins, Celilo; Chas Hook, Albert
Ericson, Goldendale; F Fiebiger and
family, E B Hill and wife, John Hill,
Portland : Enoch Enderson. La Grande :
Jau.es Mitchell, Charles Smith, l'eu
Mr. Emery Oliver left last night fcr
Dr. Leavins. of Cascade Locks, is' re
ported very ill.
Mrs. P. E. Michell, of Columbus, is
visiting relatives In the city.
Mr. Grant Mavs was a possnccr on
the morning train for Portland.
Miss Lora Morris, of Wallowa, is a
guest at the home of Judge Blakeley.
Messrs. R. F. Gibons and O. Kinerslv
are in Portland today and will attend
the presidential inauguration celebra
tion. Mr. Wm. Adams, of Nansene. crave
this office a pleasant call today. He re-
Eorts the ground too wet for tne plow in
Mrs. Helm and daughter Miss Adnah.
came in from Nansene yesterday after
noon on their way to Albany, where they
intena remaining lor an indefinite
length of time.
We were pleased to meet Hon. S. M.
Gilmore of Rockland, on the streets to
day. Although Mr. Gilmore has been
eutfering from a long siege of illness, he
lias so lar recovered as to look like him
H. Heppner, of the town bearing his
name, ia in the city. He was in a rem
iniscent mood last night, and seemed to
enjoy telling of the old days when be
managed a freight calvacade between
this point aud Boise.
J. H. Cradlebaugh came up today.
He was first accused of coming up in
reierence to ffce meeting of the Sun
stockholders today, but it was afterwards
learned that he is" after the "local" work
on the new paper at North Dalles.
Columbia hotel. W E Hevrice. Port
land; John Olson, Lyle; J R O'Neil,
Boise City ; Joseph Joely, Mosier ; Hugh
Waters, Mosier ; J W Davies, Portland ;
SJ Hawkens, Portland; J J Drvden,
Wyetn: John Kobertson, Portland;
James Markham, Portland; D P New
berry and wife Baker City ; A H Lester,
Umatilla; O R Stevens, Umatilla.
Robert Ginther, of Sherman county.
ia in the city.
Judge Bradshaw was a passenger
sMiss Bessie Lang left on the afternoon
tratu yesterday for Portland.
Mr. B. Eatabrook, formerly of this
city, is down from Palouse, Wash.
Mr. Ed. M. Williams returned home
on last night's train from his trip to San
Mr. James Roberts, of the firm of
Roberts A Bell, wholesale grocers, of
Portland, Or., is in the city today.
Miss Clara Grimes, who has been
visiting in the city for the past three
weeks, returned to roriiand this alter-
A. Winans and family moved today to
their fishery above The Dalles. Mr.
Winans Intends to construct a new
w heel for use this season.
Mrs. D. M. French is in Salem, called
thither by the death of her brother-in-law,
Dr. II. Smith, who died very sud
Columbia W E Looniis, Spokane; S
AKinyon, Tyeh Valley; W F Frown,
Grants; Vui Bronnon, Cascade Locks;
Charles H Tone, Grants; John Faye,
Dufur; C Brown, Wheatland: C Con
fer, Wapinilia; J A Hilton, Goldendale ;
E Jordan, F Craig, Mill Creek; J II
Frary, Hood River; J H Douglas, Port
land; EJDryden, Wycth ; Mrs Hattie
Skibbe hotel O Perreant. Mrs Tisser,
Grass Vallev ; J B Goss, Denver, Colo. ;
W Payett, Kingsley; John Zybach, 10
Miie; D Heron, Boise City; Mike Davie,
Spokane; A Hugenine, Mill Creek; J
W Aklns, John Day; Geo Kozel, Celilo.
European House M. Thornburn,
Kingsley; C F Wright, Harrisburg;
Thos. Pain, John Q Mullens, Portland;
Dr Harris, Brooklyn, N Y.
THE SCHOOL MEETING
Tue Board'- Report Eminently Satisfac
tan All Atom
THE EAST END SCHOOL HOUSE
S. B. Adams Re-elected Director, Des
pite His Protest and E. Jacob
acn for Clerk.
The upper room of tho brick school
house was filled with citizens this after
noon at the meeting to elect a school
clerk aud director, and to listen to the
report of the board.' 8. B. Adams,
chairman of the board, mado a verbal
report eminently satisfactory in all re
spects. He began by saying: "The
board have done all we could do, and
that is all there is of it. We havo not
only been able to pay off the note held
by Mr. French to the amount of 12,500,
but have reduced the indebtedness from
7,000 to 11610.05. There have also been
unusual expenses, the fire of 1S91 de
stroying much school property. We
have been under the necessity of taking
up considerable pipe and connecting
with the new water mains, a cost
amounting to $107.05. We havere
placed all the trees burned, or nearly so.
The committee have been enabled to
make a rato of 7 per cent, interest (a
very low rate) on tho remaining debt of
the district, amounting only to $1,600.
We believe that a three-mill tax levied
the coming year will be amply sufficient
to pay all indebtedness for the year,
unless some unexpected indebtedness
occurs of which the committee now has
no knowledge, or a vote is made on some
Replying to the question of a new
school house in the East End. Mr.
Adams said : "At the last session noth
ing was done except to refer the matter
back to the committee. I have read the
law in regard to this matter and it ex
pressly states that the directors have no
power to act in the matter unless sanc
tioned by a vote at tho meeting. They
must not only determine as to having a
school house, but must say just how
much money shall be expended for same ;
if you are to build must say how much
and levy a particular tax. I have heard
complaints that some of the children
could not attend school on account of
the distance, and to these I have said if
they would procure a list of such chil
dren and raise enough funds to employ
a teacher, I would take it upon myself
to furnish a school house for them."
Election of officers being announced
next in order, Ernest Jacobeen, I. I.
Burget, A. C. Sanford and J. N. Hunt
ington were placed in nomination for
clerk. The vote resulted in the election
of Jacobsen, who received 41 votes.
For director Mr. S. B. Adams was
elected by a unanimous vote, and over
his own vigorous protest. A motion was
then put by Mr. Jack Elton that the
clerk be Instructed to call a speciul meet
ing for the purpose of levying a tax for
building a new school house for the East
End; amended by Mr. Mays that the
meeting be called to consider the pro
priety of doing same. Tho amendment
carried but the motion was lost. .
A motion then prevailed to levy a
3-mill tax to meet the expenses of the
Ruch introduced a resolution empow
ering the directors to borrow money to
meet expenses of maintaining schools if
necessary. Adopted on motion of
On motion of Mays, decided to have
nine months' school for the coming year.
The following is the report of the
clerk for tho year :
No. residenta achiiol aire 127 40 907
No. rwldt-nt pupils enrolled V;9 27:1 WJ
Average dully attendance during
M'hool U-rra 30
No. tear burs employed1 I 10 11
No. children not attending achonl
during year, between. 20 and 4 10
No. teachers employed in private
echoola iu district during year 1 S t
No. pupils in private schools iu dis
trict during year 63 lit 187
Estimated value of houses ftf.OOO
Estimated valuxof school furniture a,u)
Estimated value of mapa, globus, etc 21
Amountof Insurance fl,7.V)
Average salary paid male teacher per mo. . 150
A verugo salary paid IcmaUt teachers per
Kit It I PTS.
On band at beginning of school year. . . I 2,4ft! OS
Amountof taxes collected 4,721 4H
Amount received from Co. school fund i0
Amount received from state who'l fund 8,;0 (X)
Amountof rate bills collected It2 AO
Amount received from other sources . 3 bi
Tobil I11.S03 ill
Teachers salaries f ,0.t0 00
Repairs and painting bill 431 7
School fiituiture Kilo
Fuel 221 in)
Water f.! IW
litrict clerk's services 2- 42
Apimratus, maps, etc h'J ii
Insurance lit W
Janitor .. srno 00
Interest on note. lid W
Balance on note 2,V) 00
Interest on same 11 W
Total, 1 1.217 M
Balance on band Soti 0'
Note to Mrs Gray I 8,000 00
Interest 173 00
Total, I 3,175 00
Cash I IWIM
Ueliuquent tales 1M-0 00
Total, f 1,6m Oi
Total liabilities less resources I 1,61s 95
On motion of Bayard, meeting adjourned.
The Allen Bros, of Philomath, wen
out hunting with their hounds in tho
region of Mary's peak. As they were
scouting through the timber the dogs
ran onto a largo panther, w hich bad
just killed a deer and was about to
make a meal of it. The panther, on th
onset of the dogs, took to a tree, while
tho hunters came up and secured the
deer. They thon shot the panther,
flayed it and brought the skin into Cor
vallis lu a fine state of preservation,
where it wus bought by Professor.Wask
burn to be prepared and mounted in the
agricultural college n.useum. The ani
mal measured seven feet in length, and
was an unusually fine specimen.
The question of operating a canning;
factory at The Dalles has from time to
time been discussed. It would seem,
that if a factory is profitable anywhere
it should be mado to pay handsomely
here. The Dalles is the central market
for a large area of fruit-producing conn
try and it Is well known that fruit suit
able for canning purposes can be ob
tained here cheaper than in Portland.
Outside of fruit, there is corn, tomatoes
and the like to bo considered. A gard
ener in an adjoining county has given
out the following on the subject that
dovetails into this enterprise exactly:
A factory will employ from 100 to 150
people, men, women and children, at
from 40c to $2.00 per day, and will use
from $100 to f'JOO worth of raw material
per day. It is estimated that an acre of
ground, planted in tomatoes will yield,
the producer from $40 to $180 per acre.
The factory will save during the season
$5,000 or $6,000 worth of fruit that would
otherwise bring the farmer little or
nothing. Two good men can pick and
deliver 120 bushels of tomatoes per day.
An average crop per acre is 4o0 bushels,,
which, at 20c per bushel is $00. Corn,
peas and fruit pay equally well com
pared with the amount of labor ex
pended. The season between planting
and receiving the cash for labor ex
pended is comparatively short, being
only about three months. Every patron
is paid cash for his product as delivered.
Experience haa proved that such a fac
tory properly conducted, of ordinary ca
pacity, is a lasting benefit to the town
and community In which it is located.
Farmers and gardeners may ponder
these facts and profit by them.
The Mignonette club last evening gave
another of its enjoyable entertainments.
About twenty couples were present.
The time passed merrily ; all seemed to
havo a pleasant time. The party broke
up uliout twelve o'clock.
Heath of a Pioneer.
Dr. II. Smith, a pioneer dentist ot
Salem, and interested from early day
in the Santiam mines, died suddenly
Saturday morning in that city, nged 79
Anotber l'lonser Gone Over.
Stanley Umphlett, an old pioneer of
Yamhill county and a resident of Amity,
died Tuesday morning. In point of age
Mr. Umphlett was one of the oldest per
sona in the county. lie came to Oregon
In this city, March 5th, of spinal
meningitis, May Jane, 2-year-old daugh
ter of Sir. and Mrs. John Ferris.
JAMES ft. WAITE,
UaaT WaJte'i Celebrated, Comedy Co,
Premiim Baud aud Orcnastis.
Dr. MIU Medical Co., Elkhart, Zmt.
You will remember the condition I was In flTH
years ago, when I was aitlicted with a combina
tion of diseases, and thought there was no mil
roa mi 1 tried all kinds of medicines, sn.t score
c f eminent physic ians, sly nerves were prostralet.,
producing i)i'z!ne.s, heurt trouble sml all the ills
that make life miserable. 1 coinmeuoed to take
DR, MILES' NERVINE
and In throe months was rcartcTif cunts.
in my trovtlaeaeh year, when I seo It. a IhousanJi
Of physical wrec ks, suffering from nervous nros
. -, tratlon, taking prescriptions froni
U vZ local pnyBl''ian who hsse no know t-
1 I fjgu of their csa, anil whose deaitt
Is certain, I feel like going to them and saying.
ofT pa. Mmsv nsnvinc euaco." Iu
myprofeosiu-i, ms mpn whsra them
oresomanysufTl J RED ffe,rers fru"
overwork.men' 1 ". .al rj''r''
ion ami uerroni eihanstfon, brought on by th
rhar&cier of thai Buauitki saifatfoc. lu, I wouij
2 aVuro gum for all miSSuiat from these, cause,
iutat It. WauIm
OLD ON POSITIVC OUAAANTtl.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
SOLD IIT HLAKKLEY lIUt OIITON.
Plso's Remedy for Catsrrh Is tha
BssS, Ksslest to Tsa, audi Cheapest.
Drue rials or sent by mall,
, BaaaltbM. Wama, Pa.