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7, . 5:15 r r-
Two lorau frfieht ihkt'Sjiirry isM;iiKvr leave
Ime for the tt at a. m.. and .iip for the
bast at. A: M.-v
For HrlnevUle, via. Bake
Oven, leave dally
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jror AQWUtpe, ?11w:hcii( ..fi, ,i -,'ivj,
MondBVB, Welueidaya and Friday, at h a. .
-JPor Dufur. KiiiK-sley, Wamlc, Wuplnitia, m
Vlprinirs and TyKh Valley, leave dally (exeept
JinVnilKle' Waxh.. leave every -lay of the
week except rtunday at a. m.
Uffieeii for all lines at the Umatilla Hon he.
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4eneral lJelivrey Window . . :', . a. in. o 7 p. nu
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. m. to 10a. m.
Sunday i. l
lOHTSS Or M AILM - V
By train (toii)tt Kant... .
.-. . Wet.i..
.9 p. ra. and 11 :4f a. ni.
et. 1. . i n. m. and 4:4p,m.
"Btiute for Uoldendalo f. , 7:au a. m.
... T, "PrinevUleT t ...-.. .5: . m.
"nufurHliil Wsrni Springs a. la.
" t Leaving for Lyle V Uartland. .5:30 a. m.
i . ' " " JJintelop. i... ,.,1, 5v3) a,tin.
Except Sunday. . .'
Trl-weekly. Tueadav Thursday and Haturduy.
Mondav Wednesday and Friday. -
MRST BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. O. It. TaT-
toa. Factor. servieeK everv pDuam,jn u .
A M. and. 7::u r. sc. fsaDuam rciiwn m m.
Prayer uteetliiK every Thnrnday evening at T
o'olork.o- : y. ". i .
ONfiEUATIONAl CHURCH Rev. W. C.
CuitTUs Pjtstor. Services every Mlnday at 11
M. and 7 r. m. Sunday iwnoot aiier nmriiiug
Mrviee. SttaiiRerH eordlauy liiviiea. seatx ine.
ME. CHrUCH Rev. ri.BaowN; Paitor.
. Servleea every Sunday morning and even
si.twlv s-h..l ut 1 ''w o'clock M. A cordial
VtrAvitntlQltlaexteiideilbi both pastor and people
f ,gl I'AUl.'fe OHU'RCH tnion Street, orfponlte
very Sunday at, 11 a. M.. aud T,iV. u. Sunday
Bchool 12:80 r.M. Evening Prayer on Friday at
7 8u '' . -
ST. PETKR'B CHURC8rr-ltt3f. 'atbM."pih'
gbbst Paator. . Low Mm every PundajT at
7 A.M. JUgh Maas .at'lQeau a. M. Vespenj at
7t.ii. " ' : ' ' " : ' ' 1 ' '' ' ' '
ADSEMBIjY M. 4027, K. OF' L-MeeU ItTL'
A P. ball on llrat and third Sundays at 8
o'clock p. m., i ' .-t -. ' j '
WASCO U1VJK, NO. lft, A. K. & A. M. Meeta
llrat and third Monday of each "month at 7
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TTALUCS ROYAL AKCH CHAPTER KO. 6.
X f MeeU In Masonic Hall the third Wednday
f each month at 7 P. M. ....
MqiJern ! WdotlMKN OF'THK WXRI.I.
Mt. Hood CainpNo.54, Meets l"ueiiday even
tiurof each week in I. O. O. V. Hall, at 7:: T. .
COLUMBIA JXHXiK, NO. 5. I. O. O. r. Meets
every Krldav evening at 7:30 o'clock. In Odd
Fellows hall, Second street, between Federal and
Washington. Sojourning brothers are welcome.
FRIENDSHIP LOlXiE, NO. ., K. of P. Meets
eyery Monday evening at 7;30 o'clock, in
Bchanno's building, corner of Court niid Second
streets. Sojourning members are cordially in
vited. ' ' Jko. T.'TBoaPsoN,
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WOMEN'S. ' christian : ! TEMPERENCE
UNION will meet every Triday afternoon
at 8 o'clouk at the reading room. AH are invited.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. a, A. O. U. W. Meets
at K. ol P. Hall, Corner Second and Court
Streets, Thursday evenings at 7:.
W. 8. Mybhs, Financier. M. w.
i-m-rrtM.' .6ATJNIERS-r-AKf:HiTlCT; ,
TT Hiieciticatlims furnished for
churches, bnsiuess blocks, schools and factories.
Charges moderate, satisfaction guaranteed. Of
fice over French's bank. The Dulles, Oregon.
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DR. J. 8UTHERLAN1J Fellow or Trinity
: Medical College, and member of the Col
lege of PhvsiciMiis and Surgeons, Ontario, Phy
sician and Surgeon. Otnce; rooms 8 and 4 Chan
man blook. Residence: Judpe Thornbury's sec
ond street. Office hours; . 10 to. 12 a. in.. 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p. m.
TV R. O. D. DOANE nrrsiciAS ' lira bbb
J obon. Office: rooms & and 8 Chapman
Residence over Mcrarlaud 4e rench s
Omce hours 9 to 12 A. M- 2 to 5 and 7 to
A. 8. BENNETT, ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Of-
rieo in Sehaimo's building) up stairs. The
Dalles, Oregon.- .' ..., .
SIDDALL- Dentist. ,
Gas given for the
inless extraction of teeth. Alw teeth
em. Ai.-to -U3ein
Rooms: Sign of
set on llowed aluminum plute.
iUi, Second Street..
. THOMPSON Attobney-at-law. Office
la ODera Houae liloek. Washtntfttin Street.
All VBUIB, UiqjUU v
"A Tj r. llTi.' . 8. HliNTlNVitON. Bi t. WILSOH- ,
, CAYB, OIITNTING-nO y,iUoJT AT
II NBYS-AT-tAW. OiEces, Frencri'B block
first iMauonai isanc, i ua.uaiies, Oregon.
. B.B.DDFUR. OBO. WArKIWB.' FIlANK HSNBFJCB.
,UFUR, W ATKINS A MF.NEFEE ATTOll-
NIV8-AT-I.AW Rooms Noa. l- .S. 75 and 77.
Vogt Block; Second Street, 1 he Doiies, Oregon. .
W,H. WIL80N Attobn by-at-law Rooms
iftl and 53, New Vogt Block, Second Street,
The Dalles, Oregon.-
7 T H S
110 SECOND STREET.
To make roorafor new goods, we offer
, our entire line of DRESS GOODS
flOHT4 DRLiLiES, Wash.
Situated1 at the Head of Navigation.
4 cl Destined to-"be( rj. V , . . , '
Best JWanaf ac t iiv ing Cehieh
,. In the Inland Empire.
Best1 Selling' t Property of T the Season
' in the Nprthwest.
iTor farther information call, at the office of
Interstate Investment Co.,
Or - 72 Washington St., PORTLA1TD, Or.
O. D. TAYLOR. THE DALLES, Or.
If YOU are looking for
Oi- B 7K RG
Call in and we will
Ladies' or Misses' ;
- -y . Tjr.
Only $1.00 p,er Pait,
tiOW ABOUT THOSE-
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D. P. Thompson' ' J. S7chbnck, H. M. Bbaix,
President.. - Vice-President. Cashier.)
First jlatioiial Jati
A. General "Bankine Business transacted
r Deposits received, subject to $ight ,
i"J fill . A'Daft or Checks i.-J'!.'
Collections made and, proceeds promptly
t remitted on day of jCoUectiqn
oijfiiuttiiu Aciegrapmc jiixcnange suiu on
New York, San. Francisco and Port- j
, .:. . .l land.'-,1-
- ., ,. DJREOTORa ' i .r?'1,,..
D. P. Thompson. . Jso. S. Schknck.
T. W. gpABjcB. , ', Geo. A. Likbe.
H. X. Bkal,!,. ,. j; f)j .
TSAN8ACT A G ENERALBANKINU BUSINESS
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LetteVs of Credit issued, available in
8iuht'' 'Exchange - and - TeleKraph
Transfers. spldon few York, "Chicago, 8t.'
Louis, San' Francisco,. Portland Oregon,'
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
A. M. WILLIAMS &c Co.
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you one m a
thing for this warm
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AV E. GARRETSOM.
I SOI.K AOrJNT FOil TBKj;
AH Watch Work; Warranted. ;
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Jewelry : Macte td Order.
. ' .138 Second St., The Dalles, Or.
: f-.".'i-n V,:t :
H. Glerm Has iemoved his
office ' arid 'ithe office of the
Electric Light Co. to 72
THE COCK WILL- CROW:
Jubilant Ohio Democrats" Take -the
Koosttrf a? "an Emblem of Victor' ;
A Housing , Convention.
j Clkvklasi. July 15, One of the.lHrgr
ertt. and nt tbi! fame time Thft iDOHt , har
monious cnventione, ever anemblei in
.1 . t t AL!r4 . ... fc
bal!, in which tlie conveiition was'
waft packed to its ntnioet capicity
tiefore the hour of "meeting arrived
. .i li it. .. ...
Chairman Norton formally opened the i
convention in a brief but' stirring address.-.
At its ooncVaeio.ii Allen W. Thnr-
man, temporary vbairrnan, stepped for
ward 'and addressed ; the convention
Tburin'iin,'. after a few preliminary re
marks, launched forth with a denunria
tion of the republican partv .and
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The . following resolutions Were
sen ted to the convention today:
administration of Governor Campbell ia
endorsed for its honesty and economy j
and the last session of the general as- 1
sembly is commended espewally for its j
having provided for the secret liallot.' :
The majority report leads : '"We tire j
opposed to all class : legislation : and be-i
he ve in a tariff levied for the sole " pnr-
poseof 'producing revenues sufficient to
defray , the legitimate expenses, of. the
government economically administered.
We accept the issue tendered to us by i
the' republican .party 'on the .subject of i
the tariff. We lavor a graded inme-
tax; we denounce the demonetization of
silver in 1873 by the party then in 'power
as an iniquitous alteration of the money
standard in favor of creditors and against
debtors,. tax -payei s and producers, .and
whieh by shutting off one source of sup
ply . of primary money continually' in
i increase the .value of gold,, depressed
prices, hampers industry and disparages
enterprises, and we demand the' rein-
'statement of a constitutional standard
of both jroldand silver with equal right,
each to free an-1 unlimited -ooinage.' ! .
'We vlenonnce tlie reDublican'blllicin
dollar, congress w'hicb.hv its extravagant
expenditures has exhausted the surplus
ihHhe National treasury left there by a
democratic administration and created a
deficit." . , -
We favor closer commercial relations
with our Canadian neighbors."
,it",yp favor a liberal and. just pension
to deserving and. disabled soldiers and
sailors and their widows and orphans.?
The minority report gives the follow
ing as a substitute ol a, silver piann in
the platform. .
"We believe in honest money and the
coinage of gold and silver and' having
the circulating. medium conyertable into
,auch money without loss, and we oppose
all legislation which tends to dnve
either gold or silver out of circulation
and we. believe in maintaining the coin
age. of both metals on parity." ' ;
It also recommends that the. resolu
tions declaring for a graduated ncome
tax b? stricken out of the platform'.
The minority report wad rejected by
399V nays to yeas, and the plat
form as' reported by the majority of the
.committee wTaa adopted. .. . . .
Ex-Congressman LeBlond .has been
selected as permanent chairman. " '
On motion the picture of a victorious
rooster was adopted as the, device to des
ignate the democratic ticket : in accord
ance with the ballot reform law.
..The first, contest in. the convention
arose over the report of the committee
on credentials. A dispute in the 25th
ward of Cincinnati -and the Hamilton
county delegation was the subject of a
wrangle. " The minority" report was over
whelmingly defeated, and the majority
report on the credentials coinmitte Was
then adopted.. , , . .. , - ..:).,;
,: Nominating , ; speeches for governor
commenced at 10 :00 o'clock. ' Follett 'of
Cincinnati placed Neal in nomination,
.at the conclusion of which the. .conven
tion went wild.; Michael Ryan of- Cin
cinni ti,' nominated Governor Campbell.
. On. behal f of , Cay nhago county, Dodge
leader of the Kline men said : j 'I mqve
we make the nomination of Campbell
unanimous." " ' " ;' '''"'" . ,
The' motion w;aS quickly Jprit T!andi de
clared carried on a.rtvotioc, vote. A
Neal men failing to demand the yeas andJ
nays,' the Hamilton county men voted
"no" in cuprous, however, and 'as if. to
emphasize theiropposition repeated "no,
no, no," for half a minute following the
announcement. ; ; '" " ;;.'' : ' "
The motion' prevailed and they hissed
loudly and repeatedly notwithstanding
cries of ."shame, shame,' ""shame," from
Cayuhago county delegation. "
LATEST RKPQUT. .. . .
Cleveland, July lo, 2:40 p. m.-
Campbell was renominated on the first
On. of f ht
8an Dirgo, July 15. Pomilar fwjllug
runs higlr against, the otticers who took
part , in "yesterdaj,,8 tragedy' by which
one of the Charleston's sailors was killeil
a.Ul four others seriously w-oundeil, one
-i,.-r. .ii.. tu- -. ,
perhaptr fatally. Three offi.-ers are nn-
der arrest and others will be taken into
cnetody. , '
LpiTRViixK,. July I5.r-Near Hiirnel -
Vlll VMtivnAv .thi fflmilvf-kf-l V IViir.
neliusa farmer, was poisoned Ht supper
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ncriwntJ. friirriiua, a uepnt-w., ui5i. anu
five ."it Vtri aw rianiwimiislr ill " Tht
o ' r, j
are " dangerously
poiwn s supposed to have been in the
spDrseun In 4:ritfeal Condition. - Y
. London, : Julj- 15. Rev. Cai'les li.
Kpurgeon has suffered a relapse uim! itf
again in a very critical condition.
nrl Crop Report.
Toronto, Julv 15. Reports from all
I a v aj a a ' a iu iiitKi-unx' uiaiv a a. ajji uu
and root cropV will be above the average,
and that hay will be.awav .below it.
San FranclHco Market.'
San Francisco,' July 15. Wheal,
buver 'PI . after August 1st 1 .554.
WeatilBI, rwMUft ,
' - -
fo Oreiron and Washinsrton. fair wenth-
A WOMAN'S OBIT.
For m Hundred DoIInra She Melts
Five Inches of Her Skin.
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. San Fbancisco. July lS.rrrMrs. Lucy body jn the lower river soon after it had
Pratt; a young widow,, today sold forty- bcvii seen to go. over, but no trace of if
five sqarue inches of her skin for ?100. j cuuld.be found. . Whether it was an ac
A strip of ekin, nine by five, inches, w.-ts j ciUi-ut or a deliberate case of suicide, it
cut from her body by surgeons and is hard to determine, as there is no one
grafted on to the. leg of William A. Pag-
get, a railway - mail clerk, wno )r
frightfully injurod in a railroad accident
at .Port Costa. U is right . leg was terri
bly burned and the wound would not
heal, v As a last .resort skin,- grafting was
resorted to. W. G. McGregor, a fellow
clerk of the sufferer, volunteered to make
the sacrifice, but when be learned .the
amount of skin needed, ,he backed ' out.
Mrs.' Pratt is one of the ' trained' nurses
at the hospital . for children , and the
training school : for . nilrses.. ' . She bas
thfe children and needed money, so she
oifered to furnish the necessary amount
of skin. Bho submitted bravely to the
operation, which wa successfnlly per
torined, and was paid $100 for her sac
rifice. , '
Farmers Fearfnt of the Varlona Kail
' : ""-' road Companies.
f Garfield, July 13. It is now evident
there; will -be another , wheat blockade
this fall, unless .the farmers bold the
grain for better prices, which is not
Tikelyj 'iThe- export of. grain from the
Palouse country will not be less, than
15,000,000 bushels, and may run nearer
18,000,000. Even the: lesser sum will
make 15,000 trainloads of 15. cars each,
which is more than the grades of this
country will permit as an average.:' But
the present crop will undoubtedly move
more rapidly than the last one, and: the
country ; is. better supplied ' with ware
houses. But little if any grain, will be
exposed to the weather, as was the case
last year. . : :.. : -
THE TABLES . lUKNKD.
Colored Miners Mow Demandlnf
Play of. Their. Employers.
Seattle, July 13. A dispatch re
ceived from Newcastle tonight eaya that
the negro .miners,, thirty, in number,
went out on a strike today because & few
of t heii number were displaced to make
room for thirteen whitoinen from among
the ranks of the strikers, who wished, to
return . to work. The negroes held a
meeting and resolved to go in a body if
anv of them were forced out, and the" re
Butt is-that the company . reinstated the
discharged colored men, making room
for them by, the side of the returning
VILLABI) IS SATIS FIKIK
He Thinks the Northern Pactfle an
- -. . eel.lent Proi ertjr.
NeW'Yoek; July 13. In an interviev.
today Henry Villard said that the North
ern Pacific was a splendid property, and
-wasin a more promising .condition than
ever before.' s Mr... Vi Uar.J looks -for- an
active and an improying stock market.
He says that1 the grdwth ' of the north
west j population. and manufacturers is
phenomenal and, will, assuredly show in
the railroad, earnings. ; He expects to
make a tour of inspection over the North
ern' Pacific property in a short time.
Money Found in
"m" 11:1 uo Stool."
$ptihif$ 0fiiT, JttTj j4Ba.rnrday
$12,900"in Dills were fouud in a piano"
stool -amongv.the, effects of Lena Wein-;
berg.Hbe '.hqusAeeper 61 Ji( old. Ituff
house, wh) committed snfede vo jyers
ago. tKighteen months ago. $12,000. were
found in some false bottomed trunks.
The stool was. ingeniously fixed to hold
money without suspicion. The find was
made by the administrator. The. belief
ia the money was stolen, as she bandied
the funds of the b0tet.; Her heira reside'
in Germany. 1
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The Fisheries Questions i
. London, July13.- In the house of
cpmmoris this evening, .Sir James .Fer
guson, under foreign secretary; admitted
to a question that the French govern
ment had not yet moved in the chambers
of deputies to assent to the submission
of the Newfoundland fisheries question
NO. 25J j
NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST,
The furmera' alliance is sai.l t Ije very
j strong ili'Liun cortnty":-"''"
j VVillie.Coretter.'teii!:; yearsr wld, while
P,1n8 , bal1 ,at JButt" Sunday,, fell into
j f'i aft hIe'ai. 1-roke his neck.'
i v ashuiurton county captured more
ipeiiliauisfc.ilt the Oregon state fair last
year than any other county in the state
! except Marion.
L,VeO litt,e da map . was .lone to the
Morrii'Oii-stri'et bridge at Portland bv
; the tire Saturday night. The bents of
the approach were not damaged.
Vancouver prune men show ' bv
answerable ' statistics that, there is a
pr.ilil of $400 an acrt .on prunes. "This -will
lie a great to nn try for fruit fortunes.
The court martial to try. Colonel
Cionipton, of the Fourth cavalry, for neg
lect of duty in preventing th'e soldier
of his command from lyn.hing A. Jc
Hunt at- Walla , Walla,, .will commence
today. . ;
.At Stitor's mill, at " Dallas, Tuesday
morning, while Ira Mehrlin was cutting
down a tree for saw timber, the top of a
tree flew" back .and pinned, him face
down into the earth. . When : the tree
was pried off, it was found that his nose
and collar bone were broken and his face
greatly disfigured. i
A new side wheel wteainer, bearing .a
striking reseinblani to the T. J. Potter,
has been launched at Stephen's yard. It
cbKt $70,000 and is owned by Jacob Kam.
It will probably be rnn in opposition to
the Union Pacific, company's steamer on
the Portland-illwaco route and as it will
make conm-ctions with . the Ilwaco
trains, a drop in the present rates may
: . W?nt Over
..Y Julv 13.-
tnis i-veiiing the ixulv or :i mau was seen
A t litiinoh . HPfU-f-'b ' vah iiihIa" ffir thf
mis."il); from here so far can be: learned.
A Good Word for the Fair.
London, July 13. The Standard says
the Chicago world's fair will be the biggest-show-
on record, and must not be
neglected by. British .manufacturers and
"A tonching story was told of Tamber
lik,r the tenor linger! " Passing thr6ugh
Madrid one bright ; spring morning, h
viidted the bird market and bought every
bird in it. He 'ordered the cuges to 1
carried into the Plaza, and opened.' Tlie
sunny iiir was filled with a flutfceriiKC
host, and from hundreds of t iny throats
burst songs of delight. Tamherlik looked
aftor them with tears of pleasure in his
eyeS.: crying. "Go. .and ,,he free, my
brothers!" . . i
A similar 6torj- is told of u kindly old
Virg-inian, who used to celebrate tb
Fourth of July. by .. buying up all thc
caged squirrels, rabbits and birds in trie
neighbbrbxxjd, and theu MMtt'ng' theiu
free, that they, too, might rej;i'-j in tho
day of independence. .. The creatures tr
Whom ne gave happiness are long tiny
dead, ..but.. the. children who saw his
kindly act liave carried its inflxien.:
through tbeir lives. Yvnth'a Compan
ion. Value of Jlatnonlt.
The weight of" a carat is f.inr graini?
Troy, lint the value of the diamond carat
is' a very uncertain quantity, depending
altogether on th qnality.-purity, ' cat
ting arid size of the stone. According
to a standard work on precious stones, it
well-cut diamond of perfect color, hav
ing no flaws, "feathers," or other imper
fections, is worth if 10: one of two carats
is worth from. $80 to. $100: one of three,
$360: of fonr, $840: of "ight, $1,000; of
ten, $lji00: of twenty, $16,000. . i
'The valuation of stones of. a larger
.size, is purely a matter of fancy, depend
ing almost altogether on the whims of
seller' and purchaser, and even with the
small sized stoiies' an iilmbst inappreci
able variation in tint will often make
an " en' rmous difference in valuutiou.
Fashion also influences the pri"? of dia
monds. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Oiilicult to Please.
' Scheming Mother What objection
have; you to that wealthy Mr. Lightpate?
BeauLi'.'cl Daughter He never talk
anything' but nonsense; He seems to
think all women are fools.
' Mother You cannot .find . that fault
with Mr. Ureatinind. '
"' Daughter rHe's a perfect bore al
ways lalkk:ig abont thing3 I don't nnder
ttand. Ni:w,York Veckly. .
7 Mr. GroXier' (to wife) No wonder w
nav''r'r&ind'as'rgas' bills; "'' X' 'have 'Just
: runt siiteen btuera' gdirfg fall blast
. in his-' housei; ( Leaves the room and re
tarns in! great eycitmeut). Say Maria,
whotn thunder tnrned out. -that light iu
the- smoking ,ropm?r West. Shore.
,, -, (Cnrloas History of the Tomato. . .')
.... he torn ato has a, curious h tetory. After
the revolution of fit. Domingo many French
' families -came from there to Philadelphia,
where i . xhey ljitrodueed'1 their favorite
, f pommo 4'amour,,' Although, introduced
from. South , America as early aa 1596 into
England, it waa looked upon with suspi
elou. and its specific name; lycopersicu m,
derived from lykos (wolf) - and 'persikoo
(a peach), -referring to -the beautiful bat de
ceptive appearmuce of its fruit, inti mutes
pretty closely the kind of estimation in
Which it was held. It ia now, however, all
bat universally used. '
A physician in St. Paul by mistake
vaccinated a lot of girls with mucilage.