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ASTORTA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1890.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VOL. XXXLV, NO 74.
LESS THAN ONE MILE FROM
THE O. R. & N. DOCK,
j Prices Low and Terms Reasonable.
KEEN & COOK, AGENTS
Beautifully situated on the banks of the Columbia, ad
joining proposed Public Park and near the
newly discovered coal beds.
Only $35 per Lot for a tew days, tict in now and secure
FRANK SPITTLE, Agent.
Saddles and Harness
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
GOODS AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
I tu&Ve a MxTlalty of j;oul woik and guaraulr? satisfaction. At th old Stand, Wrs
Side Olncy Street, Near Wilson & Fisher's.
Situate at Moii
Future Terminus of
Destined to be th.
of the Great
i LOTS $100 AND $125
I Buy Now and Secure Choice Lois !
- TERMS E AS Y.-
i Prices Will be Advanced to $150 and
aron SAMS BY
BELL & BOODELL
Cor. Fourth and Genevieve
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
BOBB & PAEKEB, General Ag'ts, Astoria.
of CotaMa M
the Chicago & North
S. P. Railroads,
Sts., - Astoria, Onp.
H ANTHORN'S ASTORIA !
FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
AflTBrse to tie Holte of Valentine
Scrip on the M.
Thousand Dollars. For a l.ipht Ship
Aiul l'os Siznal.
Special by California Associated I'KESi
Washington-, D. C., March 27. In
the case of Frank Burns and others
who made application to locate Valen
tine scrip upon the tide lands near
Seattle, tho secretary oC the interior
has decided that such laud is not with
in Ihe intent of the act of congress
authorizing the issue of the Valentine
scrip of public lauds of the United
States. It is stated that the lauds in
question are located on the water front
of. Seattle, which together with the
improvements are valued at Feveral
millious of dollars.
l'aclfle Ito&d Lephlatlon.
Special to Tub Astokian.
Washington-, March 27. The house
committee on Pacific railroads here
referred all iu bulk to government
consideration instead of separate bills
as was at first proposed.
The Forlj-Thlr.1 State.
Sj).ci.il to Till'. ASTOUIAN.
Washington-, March 27.- -The house
to-day look up the bill Tor the admis
sion of Wyoming.
Springer, of Illinois, offered an
amendment providing that none but
males should vote, thus striking out
the woman snffrago clause This was
voted down. Two other motions, one
to submit the above question of female
suffrage to the people, and an other to
the committee on territories, were
voted down and the bill then passed
bv a vote of 139 to 127.
Io It At Once Without Any Krtl Tape,
special to TlIK ASTOKIAX.
Washington. March 27. -The sen
ate committee, on military affairs to
day agreed to report favorably a bill
to loan ten thousand tents, u neces
sary, to 1nb Hood sufferers in the lower
.Mississippi, valley. The secretary or
war said to-dav that if needed he
could furnish 25,000 tents for the suf
ferers within ten days.
In The Senate.
Special to TlIK Astokiax.
Washington, March 27. Senator
Dolph from the committee on com
merce reported back favorably, the
bill to reorganize the Paget Sound
customs district, also a bill appropri
ating a light ship and fog signal at
the mouth of tho Columbia river, Ore
gon, and on motion of Dolph, this bill
was at once taken up and passed.
The bill was passed authorizing
the secretary of war to purchase
2,500 tents to shelter the people
driven out by floods in the Mississippi
The auti trust bill was referred to
the judiciary committee with instruc
tions to report in twenty days.
The Xciv Assistant Sccritari of War.
Social to Tub Astouian. J
Washington, Marcli 27. The ur
gent deficiency bill iu which there is a
prevision for paying the salan of the
assistant secretary of war, which
office was recently created, has been
passed by both houses and it is prob
able that a man will be selected within
a few days for the position. So far
as can be ascertained, no selection has
been made, but it is under
stood that secretary Proctor is
inclined to name chief clerk Tweedall,
who he behoves would be of more
service to him than any one else who
miglit be selected. A number or. per-.
sons are applicants for tue place, but
if the wishes ot tho secretary are car
ried out, it is very likely that Mr.
Tweedall will be selected. Tweedall
is a native of Philadelphia and has
been in tho war department for a num
ber of years, has served as chief clerk
for the past ten years, and is
thoroughly equipped at every ioint, to
perform intelligently and effectively
the unties of the new office. The
selection of no other man would, per
haps, be so generally acceptable to
civilians who are brought in contact
with the war department as that of
Killed By a Train.
Special to Thk Astouian.
Susquehanna,-Pa., March 27. The
train on the Erie railroad killed three
men at Bed Bock this morning. The
men killed were brothers, Deidrick,
John and Henry Blakesley, of New
York. Henry disappeared some
moths ago, the others threw np their
jobs and went in search of him. They
had just found him and wero return
ing when killed.
W) owing Rejoices at tbe Sens.
Special to Thk ASTohiAX.l
Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 27.
The Capital ran wild on receipt of the
news that the house had acted favor
ably on the Wyoming bill. The cele
bration will last until morning. Bands
are playing, men and women cheering,
and artillery and fireworks sounding.
All the church bells are ringing and
prayer meetings of thanksgiving wero
held. Bealty values have advanced
twenty-five per cent
Call Early and Take Your
ANOTHER GIGANTIC TRUST.
let the Snprcrae Court of New York Ha
Decided hnch literal.
Special to Tub astoiuax.
New Yohk, March 27. Six great
white lead manufacturing companies
of this city and Brooklyn to-day con
solidated, "exchanging their stock for
certificates on the National Oil and
Lead companv. The companies are
the Bradlev White Lead Co., Brook
lyn White Lead Co., Lenox
Smelting company, Jewett White Lead
company, Union" White Lead com
pany and Ulster Lead company. The
trust starts with a capital of one million
dollars, with a New York charter.
The object of the consolidation
as explained by W. P.
Thompson, president of the
lead trust, is to make lead for the low
est figure possible, and selling it at
the highest possible price uoni'Mjn
lion is to be absolutely eliminated as
one set of salesmen will cover a terri
tory which used to be covered by six,
and in place of six boards of salaried
officers, there will be only one.
The Ilurcbcll flatter.
Special to Tub Astokian
New Yobk, Marcli 27. T. B. Alder
sou, of Alderson & Sons, mining en
gineers, gives iu formation concerning
two missing young men supposed to
have been lured to Canada from Eng
laud bv Burchell and murdered. Al
derson" .t Co. notified the Canadian de
tective, Murray, of the facts, and he
is now investigating them. The miss
ing men are Augustus A. Eawlings
and Frank Begbie. Alderson is con
vinced that most or the skeletons found
in the wilds or Canada during the last
six or eight years are the remains of
young men forwarded to America iu
What Ann Assert.
Sjiirial to TlIK AsTOKlAN.l
New Yokk, March 27. Ex-Gov.
Ames, of Massachusetts, has just re
lumed from Cuba. He says that he
learned from the American cousul at
Havana that Blaine favored free trade
between tho United States. Cuba and
Mexico, the United Slates to keep tho
dntv on sugar from all parts of the
world except tho islands included m
Fearful Catastrophe an J Ln of Life.
Special to Thk Astouian 1
Chicago. March 27. Shortly after
six o'clock this evening as the men
were preparing to leave the big sugar
refinery on the corner of Beech and
Taylor" streets, the largest lxiler ex
ploded. The llames caused by the ex
plosion reached the starch department
when another explosion occurred.
Three tloors of the great building and
the timbers supporting it, were
actually blown to atoms. A large
number of men at once went lo work
at the ruins, where Ihe bodies of
twenty or thirty men are supposed to
be buried. At 9 o'clock four bodies
have been recovered and the work is
The explosion occurred in a tv.-o-story
brick structure in which thirty
men were working, not one of whom
escaped injury. Five are known to
have been killed and tue balance are
seriously and some fatally injured.
During the excitement eight lire
alarms were turned in from the neigh
borhood and in a few minutes the police
and fire department were on the gronnd
working. The Avails and roof or the
building collapsed like paper, and the
workmen were buried beneath the
ruins. At midnight no more bodies
had been recovered, but several work
men are missing, and it is thought
thev have been killed. The explosion
was heard at a distance of r. mile
An Increase of 1'easioa.
Special ;oTiik Astokiax j
Washington, March 27. Oregon
pensions granted: increase; Owen
Ctts Fire Years at An'mrn
Special tt Tin: Atokian.
BociiESTrat, N. Y. March 27.- Ex
treasurer John E. Davis whose short
age of S2,000 caused by cnrelessuess
aud accommodating friends, was tins
morning sentenced to live years in
the Auburn prison on a plea or
Another Prize M?Iit.
Special to TiikAstokiax.j
Omaha, March 27. About -100 peo
ple witnessed a rattling eight-ronud
fight with two-ounce gloves at the
Gate City Athletic club to-night The
coutestjints were Scoliy Gordon, of
Denver, and Patsy Murray, of Omaha.
Gordon had tho best of it
most of the lime and knocked Murray
out with a terrific right bander on the
jugular. Patsy Cardiff, of Minneapolis
was tho referee.
Don't Co Off Before You Are Heady,
Particularly on a lon Journey. He fully pie
prepared. You cannot be. permit us to .say,
unless 5"ju are accompanied with the travel
er's and tourist's vade ineciiiii. Hosteller's
Stomacli lHtters, most genial of appetizers,
acclimatizes and promoter' of digestion.
Aindnst seasickness, malaria, cranins and
colics, begotten of hadlv cooked or unw hole
some fooil aud brackMi water, nervousness.
Increased by travel, chronic biliousness and
constipation, the Hitters is a sovereign pre
ventive. It imparls a relish for food not al
together to your t-iste, and prevents it from
disnirrceinir with vou. is ever was there
such a capital tiling for the unlortunatc dys
peptic who stands In dread of the best
cooked meal. Stomachic trouble caused by
ill-prepared viands aboard ship, on steam
boats, and rations hastiiv boiled at railway
restaurants, is soon remedied by the Hitters.
i winch gives a quietus also loriieumaiism.
Kinney rouuicsami insoiti:n:i
JAS. G. BLAINE
Said to Favor Reciprocity EgniYalent
To Free Trade.
GEX. CROOK'S SXAJLI. ESTATE.
Special by Tho California.AssocuTF.D Press.
iEff xoiih, luarcu ju. j.ue rosi
prints this evening a special from
Washington, the substance of which
is that representatives of this country
in the Pan-American congress are re
ported to have been authorized in the
name of secretary of state Blaine, and
with his approval, to make a proposi
tion of absolute reciprocity to the
representatives of the South American
countries. The reciprocity proposed
is without exception and the adoption
of the plan would bring about free
trade in even. article of commerce be
tween the "United States and the
South American countries.
A proposition is said to involve the
surrender by the U. S. of duties upon
sugar and carpet wools imported from
the conutnes ot Central and bouth
America, in exchange for a similar
concession from the govern
ment ot those countries,
as to merchandise imported from the
United States, including all farm
products, refined petroleum and lum
ber, agricultural implements, machin
ery and some other articles. It is as
serted that such an exchange of con
cession would increase the exports
from the United States to Latin Amer
ica rrom 850,000,000 to SGO.OOO.OOO per
Maine Declines lo Talk About the Rumor
Special to Thk astouian.
Washington, March 27. Secretary
Blaine declined to-night to talk about
tho report sent from Washington and
published in the New York Evening
Post, to the effect that tho United
Stales delegates to the Pan-American
conference were authorized by him to
make a proposition of absolute re
ciprocity to the representa
tives of the South American
countries. A gentleman well posted
m what is tromg on in conference,
says that delegates Flint and Colidge,
two ot the U. S. delegates, have been
and are still in consultation with some
of the foreign delegates, with refer
ence to the subject, but whether they
arc acting upon their own responsi
bility or under the instruction of sec
retary Blame, could not be ascer
tained. 1 Very Small Estate.
Special IiiTiik Astokiax.1
Chicago, March 27. Lieut Kcnnon
has .been apKinted administrator of
General Crook's estate to-day. It con
sists of about SI ,000 worth of war pa
pers. Had for American Hanafactuieri
Special to Thk Astouian.
Ottawa, March 27. In tho house of
commons the miuister of finance pre
sented his tariff changes. They seri
ously affect or are chiefly aimed at
United States manufacturers and in
terests. The duty of 33 per cent on
mining machinerv is removed. The
duty of 50 cents per barrel on Ameri
can Hour is increased lo 75 cents.
Greeu frnits, shrubs and trees im
ported free from the United States un
der the statntory offer of reciprocity
are put back in the tariff under the
old duty of 20 per cent. The duty on
fresh beef imported from tho United
States is increased from 1 to 3 cents
A Ilailroad Seized For Smngllafr.
Spreial to Tiik A.stouiax.J
St. Johns, N. B., March 27.-There
as great excitement about town to-
day when it was announced that the
Shore Line railway, owned by Bussel
Sage and others in New York, and
which extends from St. Johns to St
Stephen, opposite Calais, Maine, was
to be seized for smuggling.
J. D. Bonness, dominion cus
toms officer, was
pondent He said
seen by a corres
that the customs
forbidden by tho
officials had been
government to give information re
specting seizures, but he would state
that smuggling had been extensively
carried ou when the road was
known as the Grand Southern
and he was here to
investigate the information which had
been laid against the company. If
certain charges were substantiated, the
rolling stock and the lino would be
held liable. Tho case is a novel one
and the outcome will be awaited with
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
(Vhon Baby vras side, wo gavo her Castoria.
tVhcn she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
tVhcn sho became 3US3, she clung; to Castoria,
tVhenshohau Children, she gave them Cantoris
All the patent medicines advertiser
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and lollet articles etc. can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
Astoria Real Estate &
PACIFIC COAST NOTES.
Southern Pacific Officials Ei Route
From Sai Fmcisci,
RAILROADS ZX S9UTH NEVADA.
Special by The California Associated Pros.
Taooma, Washington, March 27.
Attachments were issued against the
Pacific Mill Co. to-day by local traders,
for small amounts. It has just de
veloped that the company within a
few days has executed a mortgage in
favor of different parties for 120,900.
It is stated that the 000060111881)6611
in an unhealthy financial condition
for some time, and that an arrange
ment for the benefit of its creditors
would probably be made to-day. Be
sides the paper above mentioned a
mortgage of $75,000 is held by San
Francisco parties, having been drawn
nearly a year ago. It is also asserted
that the company's assets will prove to
be in excess of the liabilities and that
all the debts would be discharged.
Impertaat Kallree MtTM.
Special to The astokiax.
Tacoxa, March 27. President Oakes
of the Northern Pacific, who is now
here on a tour of inspection, says
there is no truth in the reDorted trar-
chase of the Baltimore and Ohio, and
the same is true of the rumors regard
ing the aooline. The whole system
to be"-complete, should stretch from
ocean to ocean. The present size of
the line is quite sufficient to tax the
energies ot the directors and ofioers.
Arrangements have been made witk
cue Wisconsin uemm w kitb.ubi
road full entrance mlojpiyigo frr ia.
- - -- . - - 'X.. - . ' V -
trams and all needed HOMm Jot ; thf
transaction of business. He thinks a
satisfactory arrangemsatwW tornado
so that trains of the U. If. oan run
over the road of the Northern -Bacifio
between Taooma and Portland. "This'
will relieve the Union Pacific from the
heavy expenditure of building a line
of its own, until at some future time.
A union depot for passenger service in
Taooma naturally follows. The pol
icy of the railroad compasiea is to
unite when it can be done lac
eral convenience and eoooom-r. Mr.fcoouncil to-morrow night it is un
Oakes left for Portlasd tnlatTiiif. -fifcily however, that they will be given
consult with reference to a iem pw-&xclu0tv6 right for a certain space
senger station in conneMkoar witk tneoound.
Union Pacific aad Sootleani nuafloRi -'
Tired ef Traaiateff.
Special to The AstoeiaxJ
Chkjo, CaL, March 27. A French
man, supposed to be crazy came into
Dayton early this morning without
shoes, and-hi feat cut He was siren
EFP0aKraS'S8nMMRMB jaWTBpBTBd un
way to Sacramento and was directed
to the railroad track. On the Dur
ham road he took off his coat, took a
pistol from his pocket and shot himself
dead. His body was brought to Chico
A Chlaastaa'a 14 larkausehln.
Special to The Astosiax.
TwxrEvrjca.H, CaL, March 27.
About 11 o'clock this morning a
Chinaman, Ah Toy, fired two pistol
shots at some school children who
were throwing stones in his house.
One bullet was imbedded in the school
building. The Celestial was arrested
on a charge of assault to commit
murder. No one was injured.
The snow is rapidly melting around
Three Mlaslnr Fishermen.
Special to The AstoriaxJ
Sax Luis Obispo, CaL, March 27.
iiosamel Uourcade, with his sons Jose
and Joseph Minetti, left Cayucos last
f?4ay or -""-- - omoe n
Pthmg has been heard of them. It is
c l m xi-T-? Ll ",? ii
supposed that all are lost Fonrcade
was an oia nsnerman. lie leaves a
wife and several children.
Railroad Magnates fearing Berth.
Special to The Astokiax.
Beddixo, CaL, March 27. CoL
Chas. F. Crocker; J. A. Fillmore.
Arthur Brown and J. J. Lindberg, of
the Southern Pacific passed here this
morning on a special, CoL Crocker
goes to Portland onbusinas connected
with the orection of a union depot at
Portland. The others go to inspect
the new road built in Cow Creek can
yon. BaUilas; Aerees Renin.
Special to The Abtokias.j
Los Axoeles, March 27. H. M.
McCartney, resident engineer of the
Union Pacific road, in charge of the
company's works west of Ogden, is in
town. He says the work of building
the line between Milford and Pioche,
Nov., is steadily progressing. "We
have 2,000 men employed on the job
at present, scattered over 115 or 125
miles of road to be built I think that
by December 1 we will have trains
running into Pioche. No building
will be done south of Pioche."
Water Front Owners Are Manny.
Special to The Astoriax.I
Seattle, March 27. There is con
siderable rejoicing in tbe city over
the decision of the secretary of the in
terior, in the Valentine scrip case, as
7 Tw k;t. r-Tw, ZiST-lZii "".rIla,e8"on dizziness, Lioss ot Appetite,
title to which is now cleared by that Yellow Skin ? Shiioh's Vitalizer is a
decision. positive care. At J. C. Deraent's.
WA81T3GT0S LEGISLATURE TO ADJOURN.
Well May tke Feenle Sajolee Exceedingly.
Special to Thk Astokiax.
Olympia, March 27. The adjourn
ment of the legislature takes place to
morrow. A state ball, tendered by
citizens to the governor, state officers
and the legislature, is taking place
to-night It is a great occasion, many
guests from Seattle, Tacoma and other
Fire la Seattle.
Special to Tub Astoria-. I
Seattle, March 27. A fire this
evening destroyed the tents occupied
byW. T. Bestaurant, Frank Leitz,
furnishing goods, and Wallace, barber
shop, on Yester Avenue, near Com
mercial street The total loss is three
thousand dollars, and the insurance
two thousand. The fire is supposed
to be the work of an incendiary.
Mere Saew aad Sleet.
Special to The Astokiax.
Sax Francisco, March 27. Heavy
wind, snow and sleet storms are raging
between Omaha and Chicago this
vening, and seriously interfering
with the telegraph lines.
Special to The Astouiax.
Sax Dnsao, CaL, March 27. On
April 1st, G. W. Sanborn, general
superintendent of the California
Southern railroad, will retire from
that position, and W. C. Beemer will
A Life's Sad Ending.
Special to The Astokiax.
Los Axoeles. March 27. G. Gordon
Adams, an attbrney-at-law, shot and
Jailed himself this morning in his
ogae. It is thought that the deed
was; an accident He leaves a widow;
fee was forty years old, served in the
tJjHOB. army and rose to the rank of
brifadier-generaL After the war he
wiaU. S. district attornev for the
southern district of Mississippi.
Franchise fsr the Ualen Pacific.
Special to Tbe Astokiax.
Seattle, March 27. The probabil
ity is that the Union Pacific will be
granted the rrancnise asxed ior py tue
- Mast Start tat Canada This Month.
Special to The Astokiax.
Pobtlaxd, March 27. Geo. John
son, employed at Wadhams & Co.,
wholesale grocers, is an embezzler to
the amount or K),uuu. donnson is a
prominent member of the church.
Antor "Searches for a Dime.
The following story, illustrating tho
Astor philosophy in money matters, is
told of the late John Jacob Astor by
the man who was the other actor in
the scene: "I went to Mr. Astor," he
said, "with a business proposition
which demanded an investment of
$100,000 on his part While listening
to the plan he kept groping and feel
ing about on the floor for something
he seemed to have dropped. When I
had finished he said readily: 'All
right, go on with the affair; I'll furnish
the money.' At that instant a man
entered to tell him that one of his
buildings had just burned down.
" That happens nearly every day,'
he said, with the utmost unconcern,
and went on feeling about witn great
care for that something on the carpet.
"I finally asked him what he had
"Why,' he said, raising his head and
looking as woebegone as a small boy,
'I dropped 10 cents here a few mo
ments ago and I can't find it If a
man's buildings burn down they are
gone and he can't help it, and he is
bound to let them go. But a man
who deliberately throws away 10 cents
because he won t take the trouble to
find it is not to be forgiven.' "
How They Shake Hands.
A man and a woman meet and both
burst into a smile of welcome. Then
the woman swings her right arm, which
is perfectly rigid, straight out from
her shoulder and directly in front of
her. When the hand has reached the
height of her chin she holds it there,
with the thumb toward the face and
the palm turned slightly outward.
The man, who has been approach
ing her, gently takes hold of her hand
a good deal as one might grasp the
rung of a ladder. He bows slightly,
as though intending to press his lips
to the lady's hand, and then lets go
abruptly and drops his hand to his
side. Then, the woman drops her
stiffened arm, and the ceremony is
over. This is English. Brooklyn
No home should be without it to ar
rest disorders promptly, which, if not
taken in season, often develop into se
rious diseases. Rev. James M. Rol
lins, Pastor M. E. Church, S., Fairfield,
Va writes: "I have used Simmons
Liver Regulator for many years, having
made it ray only family medicine. My
mother before me was very partial to
it. It Is a safe, good and reliable medi
cine for any disorder of the system
and if used in time is a great preventive
.A-? YOU MADE miserable by in-
trust Co., Portland Agt&
STRICKEN BTA CYCLONE.
Two Tloflsanil liyes Swept Out In
THE STORX IS STILE RAGING.
Special by California Associated Press.
CnrcxxxATi, March 27. It is re
ported here to-night that the western
end of the city of Louisville has been
blown down by a cyclone and from
1,500 to 2,000 lives were lost. It
occurred about 9:30.
The Terr Latest Tali Morning.
Special to The Astokiax.1
Sax Francisco, CaL, March 28, 2 a. ar.
The storm is still raging in a large
section of the country between the
Mississippi and the Bocky mountains
and telegraphic communication is se
Tbe Dock Laborers Strike Agaia.
Special to The Astokiax.
Liverpooii, March 27. The dock
laborers who resumed work yesterday
have again renewed the strike be
cause the employers refused to dis
charge the men hired to take the strik
Mackerel and Shingles.
Parson Brown, who loves a joke,
though it be at his own expense, is
fond of relating his experience in cir
culating a subscription paper for the
purpose of raising funds to shingle a
church. Among others ho called on
a merchant who was a liberal man
where the object wa3 praiseworthy. In
the present instance he subscribed
Shortly afterward the parson called
to collect the amount, but the mer
chant, having had occasion to pay out
all his money that day, informed the
clergyman of the fact and invited him
to call again. This did not exactly
accord with the parson's views. Look
ing around the store he discovered a
kit of mackerel which he thought
might easily be converted into cash,
"How much for mackerel?" he
"Five dollars a kit," replied the
"Well, if you have no objection, Til
take that kit for your subscription."
"All right, parson," said the mer
chant heartily. ''You're welcome to
anything in my store to the amount
of $5, but, though mackerel are fa
mous for making a man dry, I
wouldn't shingle my church with them
if I were you." Lewist on Journal.
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ment's. SHILOxI'S CATAKKU KEMEDY
a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
and Canker Mouth. At J. C. Denient's
Was used in tbe emit)
of Mrs. John Gemmlll
of Milroy, Mifflin Co.,
ra., who had suffered
extremely for 19 years
which she received to the spine. She was a
cripple, unable to walk. Before the second
bottlo of St Jacobs Oil was exhausted ah
At Druggists akd Dealxbs.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO.. laMaMrt, HeV
GaM IS Pounds.
"Ihkvebeona great sufferer from
Torpid Idver and Dyspepsia. Every
thing I ate disagreed with me until I
I can now digest any kind of food,
never have a headache, and have gain
.ed fifteen pounds in weight."
VT. C. SCHUI.TZE, Columbia, S. C.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpenters and Builders.
Holt & McCurtrie's old stand, have over 200
plates and drawings of all kinds and styles
of dwelling-houses, ranging from 9900 to
912,000. Gall and see them.
LARSON & HILLBACK
AND FKESH FRUITS.
Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third street,
next to Pioneer office. .