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B. Chancey, Publisher, Union, Or.
Old FiIiIiiim1 HartesHnpr.
Harvesting with tlio rudo iinplcmcnta
vas a Bccno. Imagine thrco or four
Jiundrcd wild Indians in a grain field
armed, fiomo with sickles, kouio with
batcher knives, soino with pieces of
Jioop Iron roughly fashioned into f hapes
like sickles, but many having only their
hands with which to gather by small
Landfills the dry and brittle grain;
and, as their hands would soon be
come sore, they resorted to dry willow
sticks, which wcro split to afford a
sharper edge with which to sever tho
straw. Hut tho wildest part was tho
threshing. Tho harvest of weeks,
sometimes of a month, was piled up in
the straw in the form ol a hugo mound
in tho middle of a high, strong, round
corral; then threo or four hundred wild
horses wero turned in to thresh it, tho
Indians whooping to mako them run
Suddenly they would dash in before
tho band at full ?peed, when 'tho mo
tion became reversed, with tho effect
or plowing up tho trampled straw to,
the very bottom. In an hour tho grain
-would bo thoroughly threshed and the
dry straw broken almost into chaff. In
this manner I have seen 2,000 bushels
of wheat threshed In a single hour.
Next camo the winnowing, which would
often tnko another month. It could
only bo done when tho wind was blow
ing, by throwing high into tho air
nhovclfuls of grain, straw and chaff,
tho lighter materials being wafted to
ono sido, while tho grain, comparative
ly clean, would descend and form a
heap by Itself. In this manner all tho
inain in California was cleaned. At
that day no buch thing us u fanning
mill had over been brought to this
'coast. Gen. Hidwcll in Century.
A young woman married and wont
to livo at tho country resitlonco of her
husband. Ilcr health was not good,
und it was decided that sho should
upend a year in strict retirement. At
tho end of six months, however, sho re
turned to town, declaring that so quiet
u lifo was nioro than who could endure.
It appeared that during thattlmosho
had had thirty-soven different servants,
one of whom was discharged for an at
tempt to set tho house on lire and ono
lor an attempt to rob tho plato closet,
whilo half a dozen moro wero sent
uway for violent quarrels in their part
of tho establishment.
Her mother-in-law had been thrown
from a carriage at tho foot of tho lawn
und Injured fatally; her sister-in-law
had coino to mako a visit and had im
proved tho opportunity to run away
with u man whom sho had been for
bidden to marry.
Tho timo hud further been broken in
upon by visits from tho six bridesmaids
of tho hostess, who invited them in
pairs for two weeks each, and then
asked n few men to meet them, lest it
should bo dull. A galo had blown
down un oak so near the house that its
brunches dashed In tho drawing room
windows and tho stables had been
etruck by lightning and burned to tho
"And such a quiet life," tho young
lady said, concluding her account, "was
too much for 1110." Youth's Com
The Keunoii Sho Wim (J 1ml,
A Virginia girl who wont to Wash
ington, D. C, recently for u visit tells
a utory of her old negro "mammy,
Aunt Malindy, who accompanied her
to town In tho capacity of maid. It
soon is that thoy went through tho Cor
coran Art Gallery during their stay,
und every step of tho way tho elderly
und provincial colored woman grow
more and more- scandalizod by what
who saw. Not ono word was said, but
by eloquent grunts and sighs her dis
approval was manifested, until they
entered tho hall of sculpture, where her
feelings grow too deep for words.
When they faced tho Venus of Me
dici's naked loveliness and viewed tho
trtatesquo beauty of tho Apollo Holvo
cloro, lUaliudy took on an ashy hue. So
thoughtfully was sho polishing her sil
vor rimmed speetaeles as thoy left tho
building her mistress was moved to In
quire whether sho liked it all. "Yes,
'uin," Aunt Malindy responded cheer
fully; "liked it well 'nough, only I'so
oworful glad dar ain't nono cr my
color In dar," Illustrated American.
"When Chlof Justice- Chaso choso to
unbend himself ho could bo witty as
yo us wise. At u social gathering at
Ids houso when ho was secretary of
war, tho eubject of taxation having
been mooted, u distinguished naval
officer present tuid ho had paid all his
Uam except tho income tax "I have
a llttlo property," said ho, "which
brings mo In n yearly rental, but the
tux gatherers havu not sjMJttoil it, I do
Mot know whether I ought to let the
tiling go on that way or not What
would you do if you wero in my place,
Mr. Chasot" There was a merry
twinkle in tho eyes of Mr. Cluiso us ht
unawered; "I think It Is tho duty of
every man to live unspotted as long, us
he can. "San PmnoUco Argonaut.
Oue uptown little schoolgirl to mi
other about u third: "I think ho'iin
wwful thing. Hho guU 'meritorious' or
jM'rfwit.'or boiiiMthluu very week, i
tdn't going topluy with hur utter IliU.''
niE PACIFIC COAST.
The State Geologist of Washington
Makes His Reprt.
Under the New Vagrancy Liv of California
the Kccords of the Police Stations
Show Many Entries.
HogU3;$l pieces are plentiful in Wash
ington. l'nrt Townscnd is to have a telegraph
Snn Diciro reimed n winter crop of
$150,000 from visitors.
Aiwt 9nn nrnH of siiL'iir beets have
been planted near Ontario, Cnl.
Vni-inm linn decided to issue
$00,000 in lwnds for a Howcrago system.
i.tlo...1 uli!iiwru rhv flinrn will bo HO
cut in rates in Hour to Japan und Ohinn.
C1l I 1. line vnti-il tn lKHtie :5fK1.000
in lxmda for school sites and school-
Tim ariln if TTttlll lilln.rnnprvnlinn lnnds
lm IwMfiin at Pendleton. Or., and will
continue about forty days.
Tin. nroiecled drv dock at Vancouver
...in i, ), ilt i liia mini mi'r. It. 5h intended
that it shall receive tho largest vessels
Surveyors of the Southern Pacific havo
laid out tho line of a now ruadled along
Mm mown nt. Yuma alwve Hood height.
Work will commence shortly.
Tl. ni.il.Qnnilnv Knlrmn At-Hnciiitimi of
Tucouia failed to secure convictions of
saloonkeepers whom it caused to bo ar-
reStCU, llllU Was lorceu to puy mu cunia.
The report, which was given by an Al
buquerque (N. M.) paper a month since,
to the effect that a number of Chiraeahua
Apaches had been quietly removed to
Arizona from Alabama was untrue.
tr:tl.; i.nli.IUii milnu nf Olvnmiil
.,1111111 nivmi n.v. j ,
is a tin mine, which promises to develop
into a vaiuauie property, n- m ' '""
county near Shelton. The ore has been
tested in a crude way and found to bo
rich in that metal.
The snow has gone from the prairies
of Eastern Oregon. No stock to speak
. . t rut . 1 ..-..1
of has been lost, i no grass is goon, mm
tho prospects for abundant crops are verv
promising. The bunch-grass folk will
bo prosperous this year.
Under tho new vagrancy law of Cali
fornia, which went into effect last week,
the records of tho police stations show
manv entries. It is reported the police
will "soon raid the well-dressed vagrants
who infest tho more frequented streets.
The finding of coal in Marin county,
Cat, does not cause a furor in San Ra
fael, as it has been generally known for
years hack that coal veins of some con
siderable size exist along the buy shore
of that county. A re-examination of the
veins may cause a development that will
prove of value.
Tho tall electric towers at Sacramento
are being removed from the streets, and
in their place the intersection plan of
electric lights in a line along the middle
of the street is being substituted. TIub
will provont footpads hiding in the shad
ows cast by tho leaves of trees from tho
light of the tall towers.
The published statement that Italian
fishermen in direct violation 01 ine mw
wero shooting ami killing tho seals upon
Seal rock at San Francisco is found upon
investigation made by the Italian Con
sul and also tho police to bo untrue. The
shots fired wore at sea gulls, which were
wanted for bait, and wero fired by some
German crab fishers.
A Sisson dispatch says the saw mills
are preparing tor a largo output of lum
ber this season, and several now mills
are in process of erection, and steam
wagons are in uso hauling logs. Tho
timber land is nearly nil taken up for
forty miles bvn syndicate. Tho contem
plated railroad 'from Mott to Modoc
county is opening a largo suction of
It was half a century ago that Willam
otto University was removed to Salem,
says tho SldteHmnn. It was at first located
near where tho Chomawa school now
stands. There was but little discussion
over its removal to Salem then. Every
body wanted it to come. Tho school is
now to bo returned north, but will bo
several miles from its early site, when it
was nierelv a mission school for tho In
George A. Pothune, State Geologist,
has made a very complete report of tho
mineral resources of Washington, giving
facts regarding every mining district,
every mine ot promise or prospective
worm, every inuusiriui aim i-oiuiiuti-imi
enterprise Inirn of tho mineral develop
ment of the country and all geological
formations indicative of the existence of
merchantable metal in Washington as
far as known,
A report comes from Carson, Nov.,
that tho men employed in the Holmes
mino nt Candolaria have millered terri
bly from tho ravages of la grippe. Out
of 000 men employed in and alxmt the
mine more than -100 havo been pros
trated, and something more than 100
have died. Work in the mino had to be
practically abandoned. Theiehas been
an abatement of the disease within tho
last few days.
Tho Chinese merchants of San Fran
cisco at a meeting held recently agreed
to forward a petition to the Chinese Min
ister at Washington protesting in tho
name of tho Chinese residents of Cali
fornia ngninst tho appointment of ex
Sountor Henry V. Hlafr as Minister to
China and requesting the Chluete Min
ister to bring tho matter to thenttontion
of tho President of the United States.
Tho Chinese merchants state that Sena
tor Hlalr has shown antagonism toward
their race, niul that their protest isinado
on that account. Thoy declare that Son
ntor Hlalr will not lie received as United
States Minister by the Chinese govern
ment. Tho Chinese assert that in a
sjH'eoh made lkiforo the United States
Senate whilo the Into restriction act was
under discussion lie declared that "he
would rather see a shipload of ydlow
fever subjects land in the United Stat us
than ii cargo oi t'hinoeo laborers," or
words to that ellWt. That in bin inter
views publUliwl in Mperw rwtHitly ho Is
npitoDiHl to Chinetw, und Unit Iik Ima
nothing to take Uiek in hi rucoul. '
Illinois Sheriff Works the Gallows
as a Ten-Cent Museum.
Annual Report of Gibier-Pasteur Institute
Shows That Xot One. Patient Has
Died Prom Hydrophobia.
Tho farmers are organizing unions in
The Indians at the Carlisle School
have $11,000 on deposit in bank.
A community of Benedictine monks is
to bo established in New York city.
Alxiut fortv-eeven of a class of fifty-
two at tho Naval Academy will graduate
The carpenters and joiners of St. Imis
will make a demand for 40 cents an hour
on May 1.
It is said that the consumption of im
ported beer in New York city has greatly
increased of late.
Work has been ordered to commence
at Portsmouth on tho outfits of the cruis
ers and gunboats now being built.
Tim A rl-!inqn 1 irSutntiirn has annroved
a joint resolution favoring tho election
of United States Senators by the people.
The United States steamer Galena,
which went ashore off Gay Head, Musi.,
has been floated and taken to Vineyard
Millionaire Perrien, who was recently
abducted at Detroit, has offered $3,000
for the arrest and conviction of the ab
ductors. Governor Hill of New York has signed
tho bill appointing police matrons in all
cities of that State containing over
Tho Supreme Court of Nebraska has
adjournea without rendering an opinion
in the case of ex-Governor Thayer vs.
Pittsburg has been chosen as a nucleus
for tho eight-hour movement in the
building trades, to extend all over the
country, in May.
Poter McClelland, Jr., has won a suit
in tho United btatcs Court at neo,
Tex., which gives him property In the
town worth $500,000.
The annual report of the Gibier-Pasteur
Institute in New York shows that
828 persons were treated for dog and cat
bites. Not one patient died.
It is stated at Indianapolis that the
grand jury has found an indictment
against the Big Four road for violation of
the interstate commerce law.
Captain Henry E. Catley, Second In
fantry, has been acquitted by the court
martial at Omaha. General Brooke, it
is said, disapproved of tho finding and
The Standaro Oil Company has re
duced tho price of fuel oil to 20 cents a
barrel. This is the beginning of a war
of endurance with tho Manhattan Oil
Then is a report in Now York that
Count Karolvi has bought oil' tho young
woman to whom his son was married,
and the voting Count had returned to
Tho ellicncy of Koch's lymph has been
successfully "demonstrated at San An
tonio, Tex. It is claimed that twelve
lives havo undoubtedly been saved by
Thomas 15. Wanamoker, son of tho
Postmaster-General, denies tho Wall
street report that tho Vanderbilts have
Ixnight his father's interest in tho Head
Tho will of Lawrence Harrett bequeaths
to his wife till his furniture, pictures,
clothes, plate, china, jewelry, wines and
household stores, and tho rest of the
property in trust to his three daughters.
It is believed on Wall street thata new
syndicate of American and European
capitalists is being formed for tho pur
pose of Mipplving funds to aid in the
completion of the Nicaragua canal. .
Major Estes G. Rathbono of Ohio, at
present chief postofiice inspector, has
been tendered anil has accepted the of
fice of Fourth Assistant Postmaster
General, created at tho last session of
Seerotnrv Noble states as his opinion
that tho Cu'iir d'Alone reservation in
Idaho is now open to settlement and may
bo entered under homestead act upon
payment of $1.50 per acre, half of which
is to lie paid within two yeais.
Tho Illinois Sheriff, who a few days
admitted the public nt 10 cents a head to
see his gallows, sold a foot of the hang
ing rope for $1. This was a fancy price,
however, because the piece had blood on
it. Tho people talk of having him in
dicted or removed from office.
The appeal ot the Catholic Rishops of
Canada against tho allowance of the
act passed by the Legislature of Mani
toba abolishing separate schools in- that
Province has created quite a sensation
in political circles nt Ottawa. Tho au
thority of the provincial government
will not le questioned.
Van Home, President of tho Canadian
Pacific, Chauncey M. Depew and Walter
S. Webb have completed a deal by which
tho New York Central lets tho Canadian
Pacific bring its freight and passenger
trains into Now York over the West
Shore nnd Central with us good facilities
as the New York, Now Haven and Hart
A sensation has been caused at the
Treasury Department nt Washington by
the discovery of a counterfeit $-' silver
certificate, so nearly perfect us to bo nl
niost imjwssible of detection. Paper
with a silk thread through is for tho first
time almost perfectly imitated in tho
counterfeit just discovered. A now se
ries will have to be instituted.
At an enthusiastic mooting at St.
Johns, N. F., the agreement of arbitra
tion Iwtweon Great Hritain and Franco
was condemned, because it makes no
provision for tho termination of the
French treaty rliehts, and no arnuigt
tueiit would ever be as tut tod to unltted it
liiehiilwl the entire abrogation of thus
rlghU, which are iuraiuutunt with the
proret oi tiie colony.
Count Tolstoi's Socialistic Colony
Proves a Failure.
It is Rumored in Berlin That the Kaiser
is Showing Continued Evidences
Germany's population by the recent
census is 49,420,812.
Every trade in France is being organ
ized for a general strike.
The Chilian government is planning
naval operations in the north.
Albert Drecnis, French Ambassador at
Vienna, will probably succeed Herbette
It is said Emperor William has deeply
offended by his arrogance nearly ull the
The Archbishop of Chili has issued a
pastoral condemning tho strong revolu
tionary sympathies of the clergy.
Bavaria bv a recent census numbers
5,5Si,;82 inliubitaHts, the female exceed
ing the male population by l.'51,:i9ti.
There are indications that tho Czar
was not unaware of the attempted as
sassination of Stambouloff at Sofia.
A submarine gun sunk to a depth of
;550 feet in Lake Uomo expelled a projec
tile with sufficient force U) sink a boat.
It is stated on good authority from
Rome that Monsignor Charles Edward
Fabre, Archbishop of Montreal, will bo
made a Cardinal.
Governor Costa has joined the Roca
Mitre coalition, thus settling the Argen
tine political (inestion. The elections
passed oil' quietly.
It is estimated in the Allahabad Pio
neer that the treasure lying idle in India
in the shape of hoards or ornaments
amounts to $1,350,000,000.
One of Meissonier's suggestions to the
Frencn government is about to bear fruit
in the shape of the establishment of a
grand military museum in Paris.
The Pone has re-established the dona
tion of tho astronomical observatory at
the Vatican and declared that lie is so
licitous for the interests of science.
Italy, whilo not taking part officially
in the Chicago World's Fair, will give
every facility to those artists and manu
facturers who desire to exhibit their
A new departure in cremation is re
ported. A patent has been taken out in
France for an electric furnace for the
rapid incineration of human remains.
The Salvation Army, which has flour
ished in Berlin only a short time, has
already drawn members of the nobility
to its ranks. Tho Baroness von Lillen
cranz is now an ollicer of tho army.
The movements of Russian troops near
the German frontier and tho evidence of
cordial intimacy between Russia and
France have caused much anxiety in
At Moron, Argentine, during the elec
tions 200 voters attacked the police, and
general firing ensued, which lasted two
hours. Tho killed and wounded num
It is rumored in Berlin that tho Kaiser
is showing continual evidences of insan
ity, and the Ru-sian Ambassador is said
to have declared that his acts ought to
lie treated as those of an irresponsible
Rumors aro current in Europe of tho
probable abdication of King Georgo of
Greece. His son Constantino, tho Duke
of Sparta, will assume sovereignty if ab
dication takes place.
Buenos Ayres has been wildly excited
since the dnstnrdly attempt to murder
the Minister of tho" Interior, General Ju
lio A. Roca, on February 20, and a state
of siege has been declared.
Sergeant Meyer of the German reserves
has been sentenced to sixteen years' im
prisonment for inciting men to'Socialism
and disobedience of the orders of tho
Emperor during tho maneuvers near
Tho London Time published a long
article on Congo matters, and warned
King Leopold not to unduly extend the
Hclginh inlluonco in Africa, lest the Ihi
ropean powers partition the Congo State
Tho Council at Calcutta has passed the
age of consent bill and tho factories bill.
The latter prohibits tho employment of
children under 0 years of age, and estab
lishes regulations" to govern the labor of
children under 14 and women.
Public opinion in Romo goes to show
that no sympathy for the lynched Siiu
is manifested, tho excitement over the
first news having died away. Many Ital
ians suv it would be well if other mem
bers of tho Matin wero treated in the
Minister von Boetticher is alwut to
take a leave of absence from Germany,
and will be away till autumn for the sake
of ins health, and ho will then resign,
owing to the recent unpleasantness aris
ing from the supposed borrowings from
the Guelph fund.
The Netherlaiids-Atnericnn Steamship
. . . .i - ..i i?
Company, owini; to the unsettled, eonih
tion of ull'iiirs in lluenos Ayres, hns de
ckled to withdraw its tleet of four nhipa
nlying lietween Rotterdam anil Hiver
Plata and put them in pervico between
Rotterdam ami Baltimore.
A distemper which has recently tip
jHmred among the peasants of tho ltus
sinu province of Kuzan is attributed by
the medical authorities to bo "the bread
of poverty" which tho famished popula
tion eats. For want of rye, wheat or
lotatoes they bake bread of acorns,
which produces colics, swelling of the
limbs and distension of tho alKiomen.
The disease is fatal in many case?.
It is said that tho Kmpress Frederick
of liermanv is sorely hurt by tho disas
trous result of her visit to Parts. This
complete failure, tho tlrst time that she
Iiiih Won admitted to any particiiuitioii i
in her m's plans, is doubly annoy ine, t f
her, beomito Uglvosheronomiosachanco
to litunh at her. Prince lilsmurck is said
to havo more fun out of this incident
than anything else that has hnp.xmtHl I
.luce hii full from powwr.
YVuOilncton mul Mnratiall.
I am told by a great-grandson of the
chief justico of asccno between Wash
ington and Marshall in 1798. to which
tho date that of tho year beforo Wash
ington'a death lends emphatic interest.
Marshall was summoned to Mount Ver
non, and arrived there Into ono evening
to find the general urgently determined
that ho should enter congress, a move to
which, for many reasons. Marshall was
opposed. For hours the argument went
on, neither yielding hN strong will to the
other At last, i i ..f h -at. Washing
ton eu-Vd tliu eiinli-i -.ire Oy wishing his
guest i:ti abrupt good night. At sunrise,
next morning. Marshall arose, intending
to mako his way to tho 6tablcs and rido
off, trusting to timo to heal tho breach
between two tried and trusted friends.
In tho cround.s ho encountered tho gen
eral, who, suspecting his purpose, had
risen earlier. Extending his hand,
Washington asked his young friend's
pardon for tho expressions ho had used
tho night before, then smiling, inquired
what ho was now alout to do.
"Do?" said Marshall, moved to the
heart, as ho gripped tho general's hand.
"Why, sir, I am going to congress."
Mrs. Burton Harrison.
A I'ri'Ventlvo of S-!ilcl;neh.
A friend of miue was talking to Lieut.
Craven, United States navy, in Now
York the other day about seasickness.
Said Lieut. Craven: "When you go
aboard ship take a broad towel and tic it
about you in such a way as to compress
tho abdomen generally with tolerable
tightness. Wear this bandage during tho
voyage und I'll be bound you will not
suffer from seasickness."
The gentleman to whom Lieut. Craven
gavo this recipe said to me: "I believe
that a bandngo applied as Mr. Craven
suggests is an excellent preventive. 1
had generally been a very bad sailor until
tho last trip at sea 1 made, when 1 wore
for tho first time an electric i?it. This
belt was fastened about me as. tho ban
dage should be. In spito of tho fact that
tho voyage to and from Bermuda was ex
cessively rough, and nearly every ono
was cick, 1 passed through tho ordeal
without even a qualm. Anyway, tho
recipe is so simple and inexpensive that
it is worth trving "Pittsburg Dispatch.
Kncomiter wltli it l.tMijitll tl.
A thrilling story of an encounter with
a leonard comes from Serajgunge, in In
dia. Two young English gentlemen be
longing to the locality went out to mint
a leopard that had been making its pres
ence unpleasantly telt in tlio neigiioor
ing villages. Neither was accustomed to
hunting or to the use of firearms, but
both wero full of pluck and eager to
show their prowess. They took up their
station on a patch of cleared ground,
awaiting tho leopard that the beaters
wero chasing from his lair, when sud
denly the brute leaped on ono of them
and caught him by tho thigh, inflicting
II is com pan ion, &eeing his danger, tried
to fire at the brute, but unfortunately tho
safety pin, with the use of which ho was
unacquainted, had locked tho gun, so
that the trigger would not move. He
tried to beat tho leopard off from his
companion, but the enraged boast turned
upon him, stripping his arm and literally
crunching his hand. Two of tho beaters
came up and used their bamboos with
such effect that tho animal turned tail
and returned to the jungle. Tho two
Europeans wero removed to Serajguugo,
and it was found that tho first mentioned
was in such a critical condition that ho
could not be moved. Ho died shortly
afterwards. His companion was sent to
Calcutta for treatment Pall Mall Ga
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Can you ask more?
" Golden Medical Discov
prv" is a concentrated vege
table extract, put up m large
bottles; contains no alcohol
to inebriate, no syrup or
sugar to derange digestion;
is pleasant to the taste, and
equally good for adults or
The " Discovery " cures all
Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous
affections, as Eczema, Tetter,
Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White
Swellings, Hip - joint disease
and kindred ailments'.
More men re born with shovels! hO.tlieir
mouths than silver spoons.
l'KOTKCT VOUIt IIKALT1I.
Told and moisture combined have n tortioriz
Iuk effect uion the bodily owns, and the il
ceatlvo and secretive processes are ajit to ne
more tardily nerfoimed In winter than In the
fall, 'lhe same Ib tine also of the exrretory
functions. The bowels are onen buckish
the pores of the skin tnrow oir out nine wane-
matter at this season, ine F.vsiem, wiurcn re.
requires opening up a little, and also purifylnK
and regulating, and the tafest surest and inoe-t
thorough tonic and alterative that can bo used
for these purposes is Hosteller's btomach Hitters.
Persons who wish to escape the rheumatic
twinges, tho dyspeptic agonies, the painful dis
turbances of tho bow els, tho bilious attacks, aud
tho nervous visitations, so common at this time
of the vear, will do well to reinforce their sys
tems with this renowned vegetable stomaohli
aud invigorant. It improve the appetite,
strengthens the stomach, cheers the spirit, and
renovates the whole physique.
Why is happiness so rare? Too few engaged iu
ltKTTKK THAN IJUININK.
Quinine is not only.an expensive medi
cine, it is a harmful one if taken too freeh
and too often. Of course, the world in
sists on takiiiK great quantities of it for
fever and ague. Some p rsons think nolh-
inK else will cure fever and amie. We nay
"... . . . . , , i i .... ....
positively, aim lesiimoniais .-.uuk ui uu.
that Bkani)Iikth'sPim.s have often cured
bad cases of fever and aue when quinine
has failed. HitANiiti:rii s 1'ILUS break up
the worst attack.
Dkandrki'H s Pills are purely vegeta
ble, absolutely harmlctm aud safe to take
ut any time.
Sold in every druw and medicine store,
either plain or ungar-coated.
A man cannot go out much unless khe has an.
A cough, cold or .sore throat requires
immediate attention, as neglect resultH iu
soino incurable lung dleanc or chronic
throat trouble. "Brown's llronchial Tro
ches" will Invariably give lelief.) - .
As an all-around musician tho organ grinder
has few equals
When Dobbins' Electric Soap was tlrat
made in 1WU it cost 20 cents a bar. H in
precisely tho qame incredients and quality
?tou and doesn't cost half. Buy it of vour
grocer and preserve your clothes. Ii lie
hasn't it, he will get it.
Whenever the government eettles up the lu
dlans will settlo down.
ItUl'TUHK AND VILK8 CUItKD.
Wo positively cure rupturo and all rectal dis
eases without pain or detenu on from business.
No oure, no pay; and no pay until cured. Ad
dress for pamphlet I)rs. I'orterlield A Losey, 8
Market street, San Francisco.
All men who aro found out aren't taken Ju
but they should be.
Use Euamellno Stove Polish; no dust, no snielL
Cancer Cured by Klectrlclty.
Mrs. Michael McCarthy of 210 C street,
Portland, Or., came yesterday to Dr.
Tool's ollice to have a cancer removed
from her chin. It had been growing for
three months, aud of late had become
sore that the slightest touch made it
bleed profusely. Dr. Toel removed it
without pain and lo?s of blood by elec
tricity, and the cancer, with hundreds ot
other cancers and tumors successfully
removed by him, can bo seen in his of
fice. Dr. Toel studied in Europe, and is
the only surgeon in the Northwest who
operates by electricity without loss of
Makes a specialty of Diseases of ther
Nose, Throat and. Neck, Skin, Urinary
Organs, Female- Diseases and all Surgical
Operations, as for Fistula, Piles, Strict
ure, Cancer, Polypus and all other Tu
mors and Ulcers. Operations performed
by means of electricity without loss of
blood, tdlico No. "70. Washington
street, corner Fourth, rooms 3, 4 and 5
tVp-lnmrtnn building. Portland, Or.
Old Hold ktid HlUtr Untight; K-uil out old OolI
mil Hllfrr l'J mall tc tbo oltt unit rrlltMe bouie of A.
Uolrmui, 41 Third ttrert, h-o Ftinctfco; I U M-ud j
rttiuu m.ll tlio ch. nccinlnis U Kumn if the uuouil
U no. Ufi-t.l will rtr ffnM
to send you
of cash prlt-t4
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