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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1894)
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TIMES HUNTING COMPANY
CH A3. NICKELL. M asagck .
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KSONVILLE, OREGON, MONDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1894
Pr«*md<*nt, G< over Cleveland; vioe-pre«taent.
Adlai Hieven»<in: «ecretary of slat«’. Walter Q.
Gresham* aocretary of treasury, Johi. G. Car
lleie, secretary of Interior. Hofce Hmith; secre
tary of war. ban’i 3. Uuaont; a*icrciar> of
navy, Hilary A. Herbert; «^rotary of agricul
ture, J Kt er I! ng Morton; ¡ m wt luasl er-gvn era..
Waiter K. Biased, attorney-general. H. Olney
MT ATM OF OKEGON.
17. H. «rnutora, J. H. Mitchell, J. N. Dolph;
coo if rcaamcn. B. Hermaan. W. it. Ellis; gt>v-
ernor. M. Penuoyer; secretary of state. George
W. Mu Bride; alate treasurer. Phil. Mctgchan;
state printer,?. C. Baker;Nupt. public instruc- (
lion. E. H. McElroy: supreme judgeM} K. M.
Bean, chief justice. F. H. Mo.ire.C. a. Wolver
ton; railroad comiuissioiiek-w. t. A. Macrum. i
J. B. Bddt. H B. C om peon: clerk of com
mission. Lyduil Baker.
D. a. Laub orncm.
Hose burg -Kecclver. K. B. Sheridan, reg-
iiter. K. M. Vcatch.
ljMkevi« w —Hi’cciver. V. L. Snelling, regia-
ter. W. A. Wilshire.
riKXr JUDICIAL. DIMTUIOT.
Comprising Jackaon. Josephine. Lake and ,
K latuat in count uxK circuit Judge«, h K Hur:-I
na. W.c. Hair-district attorney. H. L. B ciumu :;
nr ember board ul equA'izution, A. C. Auldou.
Kenator, H. II. Holt, representatives, J. A.
Jeffrey. M. K. Ni*ulun. Geo. W. Dunn; county
Judge. J. K. Neil; commissioners. S. Furry,
W. H. BradMbaw;clerk, N. A. Jacoba; sheriff,
M. Pallerson; ruuoidur. Grant UawlingM; treas
urer, l>. Linn; assessor. J. L. '^ooidridgu; i
school superintendent, (Jus. Newbury; sur
veyor, K. W. Kennedy; coroner,D. M. Brower;
slock Inspector J as. Helms.
Joint senator, W.B. Vaiidcrburg; repreaen-
talive.H. G. Knuth; county judat, J. M. CbCes;
ccmmiMSioiivrs. J. E. ffeyfwlh, T. F. Croxton;
clerk. C. K. Hariuoii; sherii., J.n. G iiiuli;
treasurer, A. Bartlett; assess«, , C. M. Hl it us;
B. O. McCulloch; coroner. W. F. Kremer.
Joint senator, C. A. Cogswell of Lake; repre
sentative, V. Conn of latke; county Judge, C. 8.
Moore, loniniisstonerti, Jas. T. Henley, John
s$ clerk. A. L. Lcuvitt; Hhvriff, A. A.
Ft tub; treasurer, Alex. Martin; assessor.A. T.
Wilson; MuiUMji superintendent, Lucy Gordon;
surveyor. A. Caatel; coroner, U. G. Galbreath.
Jolut SMiutor, C. A. <kjgMWuli of Lak«*; repre
sentative. V. Colin <»t Lake; county Judge. E.
M. Brat lain: comminsionurH, J. Mullheny.
A. V. Lane;clerk. W. A. Massingill, sheriff, F.
P. Lan«*; treasurer, J. 8. Field; assessor, F. E.
Harris; school superlulendeut, J. J. Munro«*;
surveyor. C. E. Moore; coroner, J. W.
TOWN OF JACKIMtNVItXC.
Trustees, J. Nunaii, president, G. M. Love.
T. Cam« ro;». J. F. White, K. Ku bl I; recorder,
bliss J. Day; treasurer. Jus. Croneinlller; street
uommlssioiu r.W’ni. Heely; iuarsbal,C. Purcell.
Tbs trustees uf Jacksonville bold tbclr reg
ular sessions on Ural Tuesday in each mouth.
MNWriNG or COURTS.
The supreme court of Oregon meets at
H tlein. regular terms commencing on the lira!
Mondays in Maron un«l October; also a: Pen-
dhdon, e«)iiiinetioing on tlrst Monday in May.
Th vc«r« uh < ->u rt furl be flrat judicial district
•Its in Jackson couui.y on tlrst Mondays in
April, 8eptember and December, in Klamath
uouuty oh second Monday In June and first
Monday *n November, in Lake county on the
third Monday in May and the second Monday
in October. Iu Josephine county on the brst
Mondays In March are* August.
For Jackson c « juii I> the county,probate ana
<*oiiimis.M>.ii< • >' «ourts inset every month,
commencing w.th the tlrst Monday. For Jose-
pinii«’«*ou..ij. in«- flrat Monday in January,
AptII. July ami September. For Lakecounty,
rvvrw alternate month, commending the tlrst
Monday in January. For Klamath county,the
tlrst WcdiHHiluy in March, June, September
WM. M. COLVIC
ATHOUNKY AND COUN8KLOK AT L a W
Will proclive In all court, of the «tate,
oflivu In the Court Houle.
P. P. PRIMI A 3ON,
ATTOHNKY8 a ND COLN8KLOB8 AT LAW.
Will prue!ice in all court« of thè state. Office
in thè Court House, «eaoud duor oli thè tight
of entrane L
J. R. NEIL,
AlTOKNKY AND COLNHKL o K AT LAW.
Will practice mail court hi if the State. Office
In theUcirt House, last door on left of en-
Austin 8. Hammond.
Lionel K. Webster.
WEBSTER A HAMMOND,
A t ro KN K YS- AT- LA W ,
C. KIRCHCESSNER, NI. D.,
8 U KG KO N.
CtUce at residence, south east oornet C and
O. F. DEMOREST«
K K 3 I D K N T
DM. CKO. O B. DE BAR.
Offier and residence on California Street.
Calla attended promptly day or night
OR. J. B. WAIT,
PHYSICIAN AND 8 U H G E O N.
Office on Main »tree«, in chlldor»' Building.
Dalia promptly nttendi'd to day or night.
OR. E. P CEARY
PHYSICIAN AND 8 U KOKON.
Ottoe In Opera House. Huai d enee oppo
site Presbyterian church.
DR. E. 8. PICKEL
PH V 31 Ci AN
ANO 81) HURON,
Call, promptly .uiemled to day or n «ht.
Otttoe oti "Iti «trevi.
DPS. ODCERS A HALL,
U K N T I 8 T 8 .
Have p*»rm-me*aly located tn Medford for
th« pra tier of dentistry. From a continued
practice of over fourteen > ears we are pre
pared to guarantee entire aatisfaciion.
Office over Slo ver’s drug-store.
OR. W. «
P H Y 8 1C I A N
8 U K U|K O N
Hamlin** Block, up-st airs.
NEWS OF THE MORIA). PACIFIC
Miners’ and Farmers’ Supplies
PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Men’s Suits, complete, from $5.00 to $20.00.
SILAS J. DAY,
REAL ESTATE AGENT I
EQUIPPED JOB OFFICE
Everybody Wagon” No. 47
The Annie Wright Seminary.
W. L. D ovglas
NEWS NUGGETS PICKED UP WEST
OF THE SIERRAS.
REMaRKABLE experience of rev
W. J. CHAPIN, OF CHATHAM.
Interesting Item« From Europe, Asia,
Africa and North and South America,
With Particular Attention to Impor
tant Home News.
Holavanst at Seattle—Distribution of th.
HIS INTERESTING STOEY OF HIS PROSTRA
TION ANlt RESTORATION TO HEALTH.
Blythe Million«—California’« Militia
Officer« Cenanred—Pendleton Bu.lneM
Men Bite on the Directory Swindle.
The appearance are that the Sailors’
ttnion troubles are spreading at Nanai
mo. B. C.
Director-General Bucey of the Inter
state fair was presented with a silver
service at Tacoma for his efforts in be
half of the fair.
Henry McKeown, a prominent citizen
of Walnut Grove, thirty miles from
Prescott, A. T., was shot and killed by
Horner Campbell, a young cowboy.
The will of the late Frank Dekum has
been tiled for probate in Pcrtland. He
leaves an estate valued at <650,000, be
queath' d equally to his six children.
The V erba Buena Building and Loan
association of San Francisco is on the
Attorney-General Hart will
make a thorough investigation of the
affairs of the concern.
Judge Coffey of San Francisco has
ordered the distribution of th« Blythe
estate. Only two appeals are pending
against the disposition of the millions,
and those are believed to be without
It is reported at Victoria B. C„ that
the Ross McLaren Lumber company
has contracted to ship 1,000,000 feet of
lumber to South Africa. The contract
has to be completed within a year, and
will give a boom to the industry at Vic
toria. which has long lieen depressed.
The California State Horticultural
society has elected the following officers
for next year: lYofessor E. W. Hilgard,
honorary president: B. M. Lelong, presi
dent; Leonard Coates of Napa, vice-
president; A. T. PerInns of Alameda,
treasures: E. J. Wickson of Berkley,
secretary: directors — Messrs. Allen,
Stabbier. Over«. Marsh and Coates.
John Schlesinger, a well to-do mer-
chont of Seattle, jumped from the
third story window of a sanitarium at
San Francisco and sustained injuries
"’hich caused his death.
'Twelve lives were lost in the burning
of the West Street house in Seattle. The
fire started in the kitchen and spread so
rapidly through the wooden building
that the guests and employes had not
time to escape. Panic seized the in
mates and they rushed through the nar
row halls tramping over each other.
Many were saved by jumping from the
windows. All the bodies are burned be
The report of the court of inquiry ap
pointed by Governor Markham to in
vestigate the conduct of the state militia
at Sacramento during the strike last
summer has been received by the gov
ernor. The report consists in a scath
ing arraignment of the officers of the
national guard, holding the brigade
commander responsible for the fiasco in
attempting to take possession of the
depot on July 4th. Brigadier-General
Sheehan, Major-Generpl Dimond, Brig-
adier-Gviieral Dickinson, Colonels Sul
livan, Newau and Barry are particul
arly criticized. The court says the
handling of the troops during the dif
ficulty was very unmilitary-Mke. A re
organization of the state troops is re
Football is in full blast in the vicinity
of San Francisco. Weekly gamer are
played between the Reliance team and
either the Stanfords or the Universities.
The big game between Stanford and
Berkeley takes place on Thanksgiving
Great interest is manifested in the
Worden trial at Woodland. Worden is
accused of wrecking a train last July
just out of Sacramento.
Samuel Ginsberg of Sacramento heard
a burglar in his kitchen and went, to in
vestigate. As he opened the door the
burglar sprang at him. Ginsberg fired
three shots from his revolver and
fatally wounded the prowler, who was
The herd of Siberiap reindeer sent to
Alaska is thriving and increasing in
No traoe has been found of the miss
ing ship Ivanhoe. The revenue cutters
»nt out to search for her have returned.
The greatest race meeting ever held on
the Pacific coast opened at San Francisco
Saturday. Nearly all the cracker-jack
horses of the Eastern tracks are running.
John E. Sexton, a youg man employed
by the Southern Pacific company in the
general office, has victimized numerous
people with worthless checks. Sexton
has been convicted of felony, but seems
to have a strong pull with prominent
people, and escaped easily.
The Occident, the Presbyterian paper
of San Francisco, has suspended. Its
proprietors give as the reason for the
suspension the statement that nearly
<5000 is due them for subscriptions
which they cannot collect, and that they
find themselves unable to proceed unless
a part of this amount at least is paid at i
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
W.JVIlt A BO**- oor ...U,..rlre-’ -r.»w
ACTIVELY AT WORK
THE GIST OF THE WEEK’S HAPPEN
INGS AS TOLD BY TELEGRAPH.
The apparently authorized announee-
ftent that the Princess of Wales and
her daughters have taken to riding tri
cycles is expected to give a tremendous
boom to the manufacture of that class
Offer IIny<>vM Exceptionally Good Values. of
cycling machinery, which has been in
a state of decline for several years. Po
lite society has always professed to re
gard cycling with scorn as an essentially
vulgar and plebian form of exercise and
amusement. The Princess having set
the fashion, fashionable dames and their
middle class imitators are bound to fol
low it. Much gratification is expressed
that the Princess did not take to the bi
Cash, or Goods paid for all kinds of Farm Produce
cycle and “rational dress,“ the use and
abuse of which have brought a great
ridicule upon this
Soliciting your patronage and guaranteeing satisfaction, I am form of of undeserved
healthy recreation to benefit
solely the artists and writers for comic
J. NUNAN, Jacksonville.
papers. It is said the Princess of Wales
commenced tricycling by the advice of
Mrs. Crittenden of Elyria, O., is the
oldest person in that state. Her age is
183 years and she is healthy and cheer
ful and does not look to be over 70.
Miss Anna Londonderry of Boston,
who left Chicago on Sept. 34 with only
8 cents in her purse, to make a tour of
the globe on a bicycle, has arrived at
Toledo, O. So far her trip has been
Abstracts Made of Titles to Mrs. George Coffer of Kent, Wash.,
becoming enraged at her husband's de
votion to poker, went to a saloon where
he was playing and compelled him at
Of al! kinds drawn up, especially pertaining the point of a revolver to leave his
t> the settlement of «states.
cronies and accom pany her home. After
they had reached home and Mrs. Coffer
A ik I B ooh The
Colkrtor of AtcoDdh Prompt Remittance«. had put away her pistol he. husband
beat her with a bottle.
John Noble and Arthur Baines, To
hiveshncnt securities a specialty. Jackson ledo, (O.) wheelmen have started to
County Scrip bought and told.
I have a complete set of maps of all Burvey- wheel around the world.
They will go
t*d lands in tins county, and receive Abstracts to San Francisco, thence to South Ainer-
monthly from Roseburg and the State Land
Department at Salem of all new entries made ca, Australia, Asia and Europe.
lam thus prepared to make out homestead will take nothing with them except
papers and can save to parties the expense of
their wheels and the clothes they wear,
a trip to the Roseburg land office.
and they expect to complete the trip by
1 hart a lismbrr of Elne farms and the first of May next.
other d.tArable property <» .try
The u«w Orleans papers publish a cir
hands for sale.
cular of A. G. R. Landauer, one of the
tWi’roinpt reply made to ali letters. largest exporters from the South of
Charges in accordance wltn the times.
With Half Sovinge, one Seat, c'nBhion and Shafts.
Refers, by permission.to Hon. H. K. Hanna. American cotton, estimating the com
Judge of 1st Judicial District, and to any mercial crop of the current season at
“Good *T!mberand gone Drtf.
business house in Jacksonville.
SILAS J. DAY
Mrs. Mary A. Woodbridge, corre
sponding secretary of the national and
world W. C. T. U., died recently. She
■was stricken with apoplexy.
A big scheme is on foot in Tusca-
homa, I. T., to dispossess the Missouri
and Texas railway of nearly
SOUTHERN OREGON. Kansas
I, 000,000 acres of land held as a right of
way through the Choctaw nation.
The C. A. Barrett company, at Athens,
Capital Stock, - $50,000.00 Or.,
Lord Rosebery made an address last
week at the banquet of the Cutlers’ so
Receive deposits subject to check or on ciety of Sheffield, England, in which ho
certificate payable on demand.
paid a high tribute to the czar.
Fred Douglass spoke at the convention
Sell sight drafts on fi'ew fork, San
’Su' box Is onsily taken off and the gear lengthened out for the liso Of enrpenterx and
of tho American Missionary association
masons This wagon has a smooth fluisti, Is paintnd bright and attnutive, and i«stn>ng mid Francisco and Portland.
durable. Fur apocini prices write
thb w . nonä W. igon co .
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points at Lowell, Maes. He asked that the
Manufacturers of the Celebrated Euubtu.d Wagon, 1010 W. 6th St, Winona Mina
negro have a chance to work out his
in the United Stairs.
destiny, dwelt upon the past and present
Special attention given to Collections ana condition of the race and showed that
genera l business of our customers.
progress was being made.
The steamer Luc&nia has made the
S. F. CA*S,
J. I*. TUFFS,
rime in crossing the Atlantic.
V ice President •
She made the run from Queenstown
B. A. .B ooth . C nier.
to New York in 5 days, 7 hours and 23
1884. Eleventh Year. 1894,
minutes. Her average speed was 21.81
knots an hour.
A Boarding School for Girls,
The first election in the new Hawaiian
!• THE BEST.
with Superior Advantages.
republic will be held October 39. Ru
WO dElVIt nosqueaking .
in s of an attempt to restore the Queen
T im I mtitctio » j
nave been in circulation, but no atten
Gim CiMvci L nriTLLÏCTÜAL' J
tion is paid to them. All the candidates
Armrno» ro m ) PHYSICAL I
w *3.7.0 POLICE, 3 SOLES.
for the legislature are pledged to favor
annexation of the islands to the United
A political stir has been caused
throughout Germany by the resigna
SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES,
tions of Chancellor von Caprivi and
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
Eulenberg, president of the Prussian
MRS. SARAH K. WHITE, Principi *
council of ministers. Emperor William
accepted both resignations. Von Caprivi
You can save mousy by yurchaalog W. L.
is said to have offended the emperor by
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoe» in the world, and guarantee taking the initiative in regard to the
the value by stamping the tu.me and price on bill to suppress socialism.
the bottom, which protect» you against high
General Amos B. Beckwith, who was
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and chief of the commissary department of
■■vearing qualities. We have them sola every
where at lower prices for the value given than General W. T. Sherman’s army during
any other make. Take no substitute, if yout the civil war. died at his home at St.
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
First-clase Business mu' Normal School
Dealer, whose name will shortly Louis the other day, aged 81. He was
appear. Agents wanted. Apply at on the retired list of the army.
for both Sexes.
The Eastern anthracite sales agents
have decided to advance prices and put
For Particulars and Specimens of W. H. PARKER,
A. N. SOL1SS,
Notary Public. no limit on the production of coal.
This is an unusual proceeding. Hereto
PARKER & SOLISS, fore production has been limited, and
this limitation has been depended upon
to maintain an advance in prices.
Real-estate, Financial. Insurance Agents
The Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad
and Investment Brokers General Convey
ancers and Searchers of Records. Titles to has paid to R. P. Flower and Co., finan
land examined MONEY loaned on beat se cial agents of the Chicago, Rock Island
curity nt heat ratea. Real-estate bought and
sold on commission. Special attention de and Pacific Railway company,|4,000,000,
voted to collections a~d remittances prompt the amount due the latter company for
ly made. Moderate rates, immediate action,
quick reporta and prompt returns. Deposi equipment bonds of the Minneapolis and
St. Louis company held by the Rock
ESTATES SETTLED AND RENTS COL
ti<.1» of > temoiw I reach pliyakia», will qafcklv eutoy.ju ot all u.r.
vou» or dH..»S« o the generative luma.«, rueu Dot Mankootl,
Insomnia, I uins in tae Back.Seminal J ..»vss.ors 2^ -v >us :»ebi iiv
Commercial litigation. mercantile collec
Dr. Henry T. Helmbold, once a well-
Ptoiplea, Untitness to Marry, Exliauattnjj Drain«. Varw-nr^ie arut
tions ana matters in probate given special
Cons.H'ation. It stops all hisses by day or right Prevents <;nkk*
attention and economical management guar known millionaire patent medicine
tn ss u. discharge, which if notchecked
to Snettnatorrtxeu a-Ki
anteed. Correspondence solicited.
manufacturer, died at the Trenton, N.
AFTER a 1,'Jie ««rroreoi nniH.reocv, «'t fIDWJiEciearuaK lb-11-er, tho
DcruriL «ND MriE.rb Sidneys and the urinary organs of all iia iuritlec.
J. , Insane Asylum. He had not a friend
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
FVFIDEXE strengthens a nd rpsU>r»»s small weak organs.
The reason sufferers are not cured by 1 a »ctors is because ninety p«r cent rre troubled w’tt
to look upon his body after death. A
Prcei •*!Itl». rrpi l>ENE is tin* only ki: 'wn remed v to cure without an operation. 5in>0t< «’»in. i-
notice to relatives failed to secure the
41s. A written guarantee given and money returned if six boxes does not eiiuct a peiiuauuLl yuii
LtWa box. six fi r |*».0D. by mail, bend for ruKK circular and testimonials.
attendance of one of the many he is
Address D A VO■- M KDICIN E CO., P. O. Box 2078,8an Francisco, CW.
known to have.
Captain Manard gave an exhibition
Sold at City Drug Store, Jacksonville.
test at Chicago of his so-called bullet
NuecMsor« to C. C. BEnKSTAJOB BAKK. proof material before several officers of
the United States army. J. C. Gregg
of the Eighteenth infantry, one of the
We will send you the mar
I AM NOW A
velous French preparation
best shots in the federal army, shot at
CALTHOS free, by sealed
mail, and a legal guarantee
he undersigned have formed a the cuirass, which is lj inches thick and
that C althos will
co-partnership with sn authorized capital made of soft material, using the Krag-
of $55,000, tor the purpose of carrying on a
Chicago. Oct. 5, IHRS.
magazine rifle, recently
General Banking Business in all its branches Jorgensen
E ’ I was troubled with »missions
■ an<l vfiricoceie, and had bee
in Jacksonville, Oregrn. Office at the old adopted by the United States war de
il sexually weak for seien year*.
burin« the la*t four years 1
partment, apd a cartridge containing a
ner California and Third streets.
•> tried ever) *
C C. BEEKMAN.
■ aud got no r
bullet made of nickel and steel. The
V troubles unt
THUS. G. KBAMER.
gun was sighted for 200 yards, but fired
■ rt-alored m «
Use it $
•••** HDda« »ntiu
at a distance of 50 feet. The ball tailed
t'.. Daaa through the cuirajs.
OUR FALL STOCK IS NOW OPEN.
AdveitiBom.-ntR will be imerted In T imix
at tbe toilowing ratcs
Ten lines, one insertion..............
«“* subsequent inB«ti«i"." *7 Jn
»7 Legal advertisementeiiiKerted reasonably
A lair reduction truin the above rates iu«j;
to yearly and Hine advertise-^.
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
is more complete by far than any other office
n Southern Oregon, and eumpaies lavorHi.ik
with any In the State. Job PrlnUnp of Xrv
Imaginable descoptlondone at Man Francisco
rates, and in a prompt ana tint-class and ssr
isfactoi v manner
• ♦ ••
(From the State Journal, Spr'iHrtleld, III.)
Iu the pretty little village of Cbatbnin,
Sangamon county, there lives a Baptist
divine whose snow Wbiia hair is the one
outward sign that he has encroached upou
the days beyond the allotted three score
years ant ten. His clear eye. k-eu mental
faculties and magulOoent physique all bear
witness tu a life well aud nobly spent. This
pioneer in God’s eternal vineyard is Rev.
W. J. Chapin, whose 72 years are crowded
with noble deeds iu the Christian ministry.
To a State Journal representative who
had occasion to ask him something of his
career tn the ministry, Mr. Coaptn talked
in a peculiarly interesting strain. The sub
ject ct his fine physique was broached by
his interviewer aud with increasing earnest ■
ness he said that, in spite ot the indications
to the contrary, his lite bad pot all been
sunshine and good health.
“As my present appearance testifies, I
was fortunate in tbe possession ot a ve<y
vigorous constitution. In my earlier years
I scarcely knew wbat ft mount to be sick,
aud I was almost a perfect stranger to any
kind ot medicine or tonic. As is too often
the ease, I overestimated my pbysioal re
sources, and when it was too late learned
that I had overdrawn my health account.
The crisis came about eighteen years ago.
At the time I was preaching the gespol
from the pulpit, and I became suddenly so
ill that I was compelled to stop before my
sermon was finished. It was a bad case of
nervous prostration, aud for a time my
friend» and family wore greatly exerolsed
over iny conditfou. Complete rest was Im
perative, aud to divert mv mind from my
active ministerial duties, Mrs. Chnpin and
I planned and took a long trip. My health
was sufficiently restored by this dlverslon^to
resume work, but I was not the same man.
I shall never forget that awful experience.
It is hard to describe my feeliugs so that,
others can have a conception of them. I
telt alieolotely worthless, physically and
mentally. I bad so lost control of my mus
cles that my fingers would involuntarily
release their grip «pon a pen, aud my hand
would turn over with absolutely no volition
on my part.
“About two years ago, to intensify mat
ters, 1 was seized with a severe attack of
la grippe. I recovered only partially from
it and had frequent returns of that inde
scribable feeliug^that accompuuies and fol
lows that strange malady. I looked tu vain
for something to bring relief and finally I
read an account of Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills
for Pale People. Something seemed to tell
me that they would do me good aud I com
menced using them. They ga’e me al-
dltiona! strength from the start and toned
up my system from a condition of almost
absolute prostration so that I was able again
to resume my duties as a minister. I was so
unaccustomed to taking medicine that I did
not take tbe pills as regularly as I should
have, and yet my Improvement was marvel
ous. I am now preaching at Forest City
aud Loami, and In addition to the exacting
character of this work itself, I ride ten or
fifteen miles on the way there and back.”
Mrs. Chapin, a klndly-faoed, elderly lady,
was present daring the conversation and
said: “I don’i think Mr. Chapin oould
ever resumed his preaching after he had
tho attack ot la grippe had it not been for
the Pink Piils. They did him so much good
that I decided to test their efficacy on my
self. I have been troubled tor years wlih
what uur physician, Dr. Hewitt, eails rheu
matic paralysis. Electricity gives me relief,
but -iuoe taking the Piak Pills I have been
stronger and tbe pain in my right baud and
a:m is less acute. We keep the pills tn the
house nearly all tbe time, and they do me a
gieat deal of good in the way of touiug up
my system and strengthening me. The pills
ure ;used by a good many, others tn this
vicinity and ¿very one speaks well of them.
Mrs. Japh Knott was ill ior a long time uud
her irleuds gave her cose upas hopeless when
she began using the pills. It was the first,
medicine that helped her. 8he had been ill
for a good many years raid has been greatly
benefited by the Piuk Pills.”
1 hese pills ure msnutuctured by the Dr
Williams’ Medicine Company, Bcbenecudy,'
N. Y., aud sold only iu boxes bearing tue
Hi rn’s trade mark and wrapper, at 50 cents
a box Or six boxes fur $2.50, aud are uever
sold in bulk. Tney may be had of all drug
gists or direct by mail from Dr. Williams’
7116 C.e p tra eolors in bronze, tawny
brown, golden tan. chestnut, Havana,
a rioli russet brown and all the deep
fruit and nasturtium dyes will be in high
vogue this autumn season.
One of the new sleeves on dress toilets,
the “Florentine” model, is tight from
the wrist to several inches above the
elbow. The upper part is a very deep,
full puff banded at the lower ecge.
Several business men at Pendleton,
Or., have beeu cleverly swindled. Last
April a man solicited advertisements
for trie Consolidated Buyers' directory,
publish«! by tbe Merchants’ Publishing
corupany of San Fran< isco. It was rep
resent«! to contain the naiuee of all the
bmiuess men of Oregon. Washington
and California. The man marie numer
ous contracts at <5 each. Last August
one 11. S. Sherman collected the money,
giving a receipt therefor. The persons
paying were asked to sign a receipt to
be s< ¡it to tbe company as a voucher.
Last week another man by the name of
L. Morri« presented orders for advertis
ing in tbe directory. The signers inves
tigated and found that the original
receipt had been so arranged that by
tearing off tvro inches of the le<t side it
would convert the receipt into an order.
Under the threat of arrest Morris re
funded all th'' money he had collected
cad i.c't town
PHE R oyal B aking P owder ,be-
sides rendering the food more
palatable and wholesome, is, because
of its higher leavening power, the
The United States Government, after elaborate
tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of
greater leavening strength than any other.
— Bulletin 13, U. S. Ag. Dep., p. 599.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.