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L LEGISLATION BEFORE CON0RE33 13
V nun iKipn
& V:V fonchlnit Rfiferanoa to Oia Lata
dont MoKlnley Tue Preseirratloa af
hwu-Tha n-nartrnent ml tha
Chines Exclusion Law Urged,
th 'A'' Z? rtef tommary of the president'
'' taessaire to congress:
j .r ,' Semite amd House of Repbb-
"The eongrosa assemble thla year
nndor the shadow of a great calamity.
On the 6th of September President Mr
Kluley woi shot by an anorcbUt while
Ittcndlng the Pan-American exposition
at Bnifalo, nnd died in that city on the
14th of thnt month.
" Of the lastsorou eloctod Presidents,
he is the third who hai been murdered,
and the bare recital of thla fact ii eafll-
oiont to Justify grare alarm among all
loyal American citizens. Moreover, the
circumstances of this, the third aasas-
ination of an Amoricau prosldcnt, have
peculiarly sinister significance Both
President Lincoln and President Gar
field woro killed by aasassiiia of type
unfortunately not nnoommou in his
tory; President Linoolu falling a Tiotim
to tho terrible passions aroused by four
years of civil war, and President Our-
field to the rnvengeful vanity of
daisppuluted ofuoe-aeokcr. President
MeKlnloy was killed by an utterly do
prayed criminal belonging to thnt body
of criminals who object to all govern
ments, good and bad nliko, who are
against any form of popular liberty if
It Is guarautoed by even the most just
and liberal laws, and who are as hostile
to tho upright exponout of a froe peo
ple's sober will as to tho tyrannical and
"It Is not too niuoh to say thnt at the
time of President McKiuIoy's doatli he
was the most widely loved man in the
United Stales ; while we have never
hod any public man of his position who
has boon so wholly free from the bitter
animosities Incident to publio life.
After paying a high tribute to Mr. Mo-
Kin ley's worth a a man, tho president
continues: "And this wui the man at
whom tho assassin struck I That there
might bo nothing lacking to complete
the Judns-llke infamy of his act, he
took advantage of an ocoaston when the
president was meeting tho pooplo iron-
erally; and advancing fee If to take the
hand outstretched to him In kindly and
brotherly friendship, he turned the
noble and gouerous oonfldonoo of the
victim Into an opportunity to strike the
fatal blow. Thore is no basor deed, in
all the annals of crime.
"During the last five yours business
oonfldenoe hn been restored, and the
natlou Is to bo congratulated become of
Its prosent abounding prosperity. Such
prosperity can never be created by luw
alouo, although it Is easy enough to de
stroy it by mlschlovous laws. If tho
hand of tho Lord Is heavy npou any
country, if flood or drought comos, hu
man wisdom Is powerless to avort the
calamity. Moreover, no law can guard
' os against the conseiiuonoei of our own
folly. Tho men who are tdlo or orodu
lous, the men who seek gains not by
genuine work witli head or baud, but
by gambling in any form, are always a
source of menaoo not only to themselves
but to others. If tho business world
loeos its head, it loses what legislation
cannot supply. Fundamentally tho
welfare of each cltlnn,'and therefore
the wolfare of tho aggregate of citizens
which makes tho nation, must rest
upon individual thrift and onorgy, reso
lution and Intelligence. Nothing can
take the place of this individual capaci
ty; but wise legislation, and liouest aud
intelligent administration, cuu give It
tho fullest scoK), tho largest opportunity
to work to good otfuct."
In speaking of trusts, the mossugo
says : " The mechanism of modern busi-nr-sa
is so delicate that extreme core
most bo taken not to Interfere with it
in a spirit of rashness or ignorance.
Many of those who have made it their
vocatlou to denounce the gaout Indus
taial combinations whloh are popularly,
although with technical lnuoouraoy,
known as 'trusts,' appeal ospoolally to
hatred and fear. These are proolsely
the two emotions, particularly when
combined with iguorauoo, whloh unfit
men for the oxerciso of cool ami steady
Judgment, lu facing new iudustrml
conditions, tho whole history of the
world thows that legislation will gun
erally bo both unwise and iueffootivo
unless undurtakou after calm inquiry
aud with sober self-restraint. Much of
the legislation directed at tho trusts
would have beeu exouediugly mischiev
ous had it not beeu entirely iiicireotivo.
In accordance with a well-kuowu socio
logical law, the Ignorant or reckless
agitator has beou the really effective
frieud of tho evils wWoh he has beeu
uominally opposing." Tho presidcut
expresses the belief that ooiubiuatlou
ud oonoeutratlou should bo not pro
hibited, but supervised, aud within rea
" With the s ilo exoeptlou of tho form
ing lutorest, no ouo matter is of suoh
vital moment to our whole people as the
welfure of tho wage-workers. If tho
farmer and the wage-worker are well
off, it is absolutely oertaiu that all
others will be well off too. It is there,
fore a matter of hourly congratulation
that on the whole wages are higher to
day In tho Uuited Hlatos than ever be
fore lu our history, aud far higher than
lu auy other country. The standard of
living is also higher than ever before.
Every effort of legislator and ailinlnt.
"" " " "H-iire mo per- j iinirunn ol tlio Mntli cavuliv, is under
inanency of this condition of thing, ami ; arrest at Union Sprin g. Ala., a .l.iiiu.
its improvement wherever po.ml.lo. Not tily of counterfeit money and mold
Duly must our lals.r bo protected by the having beeu found on his per,.ti. lie
tariff, but U should also be protected so ' says ha wu recently hi Uie army hus
u. It I. possible, from tlio presuuoe t pitnl at San Kvuneisco.
.Southern Oregon State Normal School.
Strong Acs dr in ir
Dim, -Prut. i..inil
tiaiuin- ut the highest
Well iquippiHl labors
lories, hirst data lio,.
leg depa r tin on 1. De
mand (or trulnrd It-sch-s
xreeJs the supply.
Ursiluuu easil.i en-iue
Most dellvblliil riliiiktv
on the coast.
Kln-tlr $1&I In tloO
p-r year. VYim- iot
ttils country of auy laborers brou! t
rvsr by contract, or of those who, coal
ing freely, yet represent a standard of
living so depressed that they can nuder.
ell our men in the labor market and
Irag them to a lower level. I regard it
u nocessary, with this end in view, to
re-enact immediately the law excluding
Chinese laborers and to strengthen it
whorever necessary In order to make its
uforoement entirely effective.
"The condition of the American raer
tliatit marine is such as to oall for liu
siedlate remedial action by the cougress.
It is discreditable to us as a natiou that
our merchant marine should be utterly
Insignificant in comparison to that of
other nations which we overtop in other
forms of business. We should not
longer submit to conditions under which
snly a trifling portion of our great ooiu
tieroe is carried in our own ships."
The inssaro advocates tho presorva
J.'jii of forests, and says: "Tho wise ad
ministration of the forest reserves will
bo not less he.pful to the interests
which depend ou water than to thoso
which depend on wood aud grass. Tho
water supply itself depends u;xm the
fnrnsf. In the arid region it Is water, not
lend, which measures production. The
western half of the United States would
sustain a population greater than that
of our who!o country today if tho waters
tnnt now run to waste woro saved and
used for irrigation. The forest and
water problems are perhaps tho mo:it
vital internal questions in the United
Tho message draws attention to the
fact th.tt, nndor the protection of the
Uuited Htatos, tho island of Porto Hico
Is in a thriving condition. In Cuba
such progress has boon made toward
putting the independent government of
tiio Island iiou a firm footl g that bo-
lore mo present session or the congress
oloses this will ho an accomplished fact.
"Ill tho Philippines our problem is
largor. They aro Very rich tropical isl
amis, inhabited by many varying tribes,
representing widely different singes of
progress townrd civilization. Our car-
nest effort is to help those pooplo up
ward along the stony aud dilllcult path
that leads to self-government. Wo hope
to make our administration of the isl
ands honorable to our nation by making
it of tho highest beuellt to the Filipinos
themsolvcs; and us an earnest of whut
wo intend to do, wo point to what v,o
Ou the subject of a Pacific cable the
message says: "I cull yonr utteutiou
most earnestly to tho crying need of
cable to Hawaii and the Philippines, to
be continued from the Philippines to
points in Asia. Wo should not defer a
day lougor than nocessary the construc
tion of such a cablo. It is demanded
not merely for oommeroial but for polit
ical and military considerations."
In reforouoe to tho Isthmian canal,
tho president says: "I am glad to lie
ablo to auununco to you that our ucgotl
atious ou this subject with Oroat I Sri
tain, oouduotcd on both sides in a spirit
of frlondliuesa aud mutual good will
and respect, have resulted in my being
ablo to lay before tho senate a treaty
which if ratified will enable us to begin
preparations for an Isthmian canal at
any tlmo, and which guarantees to this
natiou evury right that It bus ever asked
in connection with tho oauitl."
"The Mouroo dootrine," Bays Presi
dent Koosovolt, " should bo tho cardinal
feature of tho foreign policy of all tho
nations of tho two Americas, as it is of
tho United States. It is in no wiso in
tended as hostile to any nation lu the
Old World. Still loss is it intended to
givo cover to any aggression by ono
New World power at tho expense of any
other. It is simply a step, and a long
step, toward assuring tho universal
peace ou tills homisphero.
"During the past year other Inllu-
ences have established tho permanence
and lmlopoiiditnco of the smaller states
of Europo. Through thu .Mouroo doo
trine wo hopo to be able to safeguard
like ludepeudouco and to secure like
permsnuuro for thu lesser among the
New World nations.
Au Increase lu thu army beyond its
present size Is not recommended, but it
is necessary to keep it at tho highest
point of ollleieiiry.
Governor Jenkins of Oklahoma has
been removod by tho president bucuuso
of his lmproier connection with a con
tract botween the territory aud tho Ok
lahoma Sanitarium company. Thomas
Ferguson of Watouga, O. T., Buccoeds
Tho state department has issuud a
warrant for the surrender to the Uussiau
authorities of Sinmon Ivuuowgiin, who
is charged with the eiulicazlciiiunt of
:!5, IKK) roubles at Kastov, Utissia, and Is
uow under urrest at S.iu Fluiieiaco.
SKclal Commissioner C'liiules A. I'ou
ant, who was sent to the Philippines to
Investigate tho currency question, rec
ommends ill his report that there should
bo a distinctively Philippine coin of sil
ver, which shall lie legal tender for 60
cents In gold, to be called the peso, nnd
to centum 25 grammes of silver. The
coin Is to bo issued lu such quantities as
trade requires and sustained at a parity
With gold by limitation of the amount
oolnoil. Tho Mexican silver dollar and
other coins shall cease to be legal tender
after a certain date.
Fire practically gutted the Denver
city hall, ciusing damage to the extent
of 1100,000. One man was seriously
Injured. Tlio tiro is believed to have
beeu of lucuudiary origin, as It was the
third that was started in tho building
within a few hours. The building was
creeled in 1HS0 ut a cost of 3iKl,iH,
John 1). MoUilvruy, now of S.ui Fran
cisco, being tho builder.
Tom Shorter, a negro, wearing the
i"3 jiSrw i t--. IiVi'VVjI,
f 1-.:- -. , . . J.fOHtt V .
NEWS OF HIE WOULD.
KAPfENtNC" 0" TH PACT FEW
DAYS FROM ALL QUARTERS.
J'ri- lcli nl IIiiihi-ti It' S,c-it.ilr,r lit Flint
lml? liu, e f ii'm-ilil-Hi lnti;v lit. Are
Jipif-Hto i trs. :i-;-inti-.v s.M to lie
Wilhlil.g A -l ,ty --!!:illi-'ia(l Accl-li-lit.
It Is est I mn ted that at lonst 80,000
pc ;ile were ;.reset ut a di inoiismtioa
lu Hy.ie ;..tr;:, I.ndou, to e.v,.-re s syin-
pathv fi-r i .-i:ural I'.ull r, tho ilored-
If -a I.iKi.u g :iiir.H. was
tnlten up for a vMUum-m's u.jiuntial
to Gen-'r.,; u,
Ti r.-v U-: -i.i, the (eatW-woizht
chain:, i"n, v,-;.i .:kv.l out. in th-j s-c-wid
roui.-l by Yi.nig (.orb-tt at the
Ku m Atnlut.u cla'o of li.otiorJ,
A coir.s-oii ti' t-.vi-'in two p i isntr.'r
truins on tho V'abn!i railwuv. t..;ir
Keiieoa, Mich., c.ius 1 a h:- of nearly
70 lives. S-,iiii of the cars ') :: lire
and in. my of tho bodies were burned to
nsli.vi. Most of the victim ou the wo.it
b'. un I trim w.'M lt.iiian immigrants.
Fifteen foruitieii of the K l;r '.r Th imp-
s-iu rited wiirlis in J3r idd-jck, lJ.i., wire
taken into pnrtnrrs.hip v.:th tho Oar-
net'ie Cjiupifiy, wh ;ii '. ncli .nun icc ih'ed
tlWJ i" V i-;ie. lleret-jf.'.re it vr. i o:i'y
h.i.d of de:;artrueTits who received
boiHIK' u 111. j tins.
Tlio Pennsylvania railroad is buying
blockR of rjttl estate in t ie very heart of
Lew xont, htiviugiu view thu building
of the .n atest railway depot ill tho
Wi.rid. Five millions' will havo beeu
extendi' 1 on t:;- ii-pot sit-j before tho
iiu!!iaiiso I'.eal is content id.
A million dollars is the ostiinato of tho
loss by a (ire in the vicinity of Ninth
street, at too .,nt river, Ii'ow Yor.'t.
'ihou-ands of g.iilons of oii Ironi the
Standard ()ll cniiip.iuy's depot were
dniiui -1 into the rivi r to r -vent a gre.it
eiplusiou airl 1'csuhiii confl.igratiuu.
fjuymour II ill, tho commm-ural agent
of (lre.it 1'ntalii in tiio Unwed fitai-.-s,
addressiiu; the In ion ciiainiior of com
mcree ,md basiiu ss loi n cm the i-ul.jcct
of Ani'Ticiu ir-elocumi.'jtiufui, said t-iut
all Aim-nra wuntud I rum abroad was
dally bi.-i- niing smaller, but that Great
P-ritiini xv. is Ijemg cat out of even this
small portion of the market by Franco
mid O'-nn.iny. This was the result of
Great ihi'ain's bicKwirdm mi in Using
labor-saving and iiuomi.itio machinery.
Mr. lied declared toat tho working
classes uf Great llrit tin must bo edu
cated up to them and bo con. nice 1 that
their ubo was ossonUil before Great
Urltaln could compute with Aoienmi.
Michael btosliu wautod to sail on the
Holland line steamship Huyndaui for
his homo ill Rotterdam, s iys a New
York dispatch. lie sturted for tho com
pany's pier in Hoboliou ou tho ferryboat
Hamburg, but when in midstream he
beheld with dismay the big ship Hiiiili.g
swiftly down the river. Htoska dived
into tho icy wuter aud swain after tho
fiiht-dibuppu.iring steamship in an effort
to overtake her. Ho found, however,
that it was impossible for him to reach
the steamer, and, uecuptliig tho aid of a
life-preserver, was hauled back ou dock.
Ill Ilobokuii they took him to Hi. Mary's
hospital, where the physicians S lid the
plnngo might cost the man his life.
I'd have made that boat," ho said, "if
it hadn't been hi cold."
President lto isoveltiiud s--V"ral in-'iii-
bcis of his cabinet saw W'c.,' Point de
feat Annapolis in u game of football by
u score of 11 to C, ut Philadelphia. Thj
greatest crowd that ever cntrn d the
ites of Praukliu li ild was pn-iout.
Ou thu appearance uf tho pr.-.-i-l-int ho
was received with a treiin-ndous out
burst of applause. Tlio couit-sn had
beuu in progress Io.-m thiin ten miiiuti s
whou tlio president loll ills private box
mid took his position cu the sldc-liuo
bunch. When C'as.ul broke through tho
navy's lino mill rail t'5 y.uds tlio preil-
ellt jumped to his feet exclle l'y aiel
advanced toward the gridiron, but re
turned to his seat amoiii.-nt lar.r whe.d
the ball was put in play a un. Who i
Daly of the army t- am made Ir.e great
run of 10,1 yards lor a touch Inwn tne
provident jumped to his feet with an
expression of surprise n Ins f.ov, and,
like many others, could scarcely iv.im.o
what a ruMii.irknblc pic.o of fiK-ibull
inechiiuisiu llaiy really is.
Colon has been surrendere I by tho
insurgents to tbiiii-ral Albtn, com
miiudor of the (Joloiubiau govcriinieiit
troops and governor of the deoai-tiiieut
f Panama. Itwaide-ided iiiati'olm
hould lir-t be .ii liv.r.d nvi i- to ho
iiiini wulrrs oi
l.e lorelgu mij!ihs,
. auih -r:r c a. ,.,ig as
I :arv. Gap' ; ii l ri-y
p Iowa, in l.;li!vlng
the l lilted Sl.il
the chief lilt--!'!!
of tho baltlis
United H'utcs oll. :
pun in too I'ct'cia
i a piiiuiiiieiil
of Mil render.
With flee iransii
assured, the United
i-ii.-s the iv'hmus
The fi a nus of Mrs. McKiuiey nr.!
gtuv -!y ceueeriicl I. a- Ii -r. h.in i- l---
lieVed to bo Wasting uw.i,-, ami hey
mental aliunde is ton'. Ii
e 'S ly W alt-
i i a -band.
: I' u: -'.i and
- Mi-.. Mc
-.. !. : 'iy h-,r
, ii. ha . -iven
i..i 1 . v ilea
lo aie!.i:i.: li;o
for Mrs. Mc
iug the Mil
'.111 II- ' Jo,
h-r .anil e i
a liiue v..
M. t'. l'...i li-r
rllie sits in
Kllllev I' c
no her n -a -1
hei ;.- da, l
and 'i;. ;
us p issiblo
ull licr ti .i.
For the third time, says u Ghic.ig.i
dispatch, Mrs. Jesse Sayro has pre
sented her husband with twins ou Ins
birthday. The llrst pair came a year
after their marriage. The second c.une
two years later, but died. Now lor tho
third time on the nnnlvcrsaiy of the
father's birthday a third set c.une.
Polh father mid mother com. of t oui-
lles given to that --on of thing, T.ieie
tuv two sets of lG ts on Mrs. ivie's
side and one sol anion;; the husband's
brothers, i I u tlnir own should lnv
pen f, r llilie tunes on the lather'., natal
iy is considered qiuic r, ai.u iiab.e.
LI k- ; wti v-.,., - o v- M
"viT.wi v'-irv'V "ri"''rrre,T".,tp,Ti-i
?VA ' '
if',Vvi'i-.''--j hdi U0VQ,Hii ,
sl v;'.-i t.. , eo' ,., . A.l:
: 7- ' - . A . .-.. '-.V-
i l mj.:;i l. '.ix'i--.
en. . e. - - -
FAT AND LEAN
That is, babies: fat, they are
happy and safe; lean, they are
neither happy nor safe.
Apart from being entirely
healthy or not quite well, a fat
one has much reserve of vital
strength to resist any sudden
attack, while the lean one has
little or no reserve.
The way to be fat and well
is Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil. A little: only a little.
Net any, if healthy and plump
.ilic-ady; "let well enough
We'll msiH ym s Utile to try if yu like.
i'CVIT a LOWNE, v, Purl tlrett, Nc Yoik
or Ilent-llt to Villi.
I). S. Mitchell, Kuliord Md.: "Dur
ing a I004 i'lniii-s I was troubled with
bed f ores, was advised to trv lie Witt'
Witch tinsel SkIvo and did so with
wonderfiil resiills. I v,h? perfectly
cured. It is toe best sahe 011 the niat
ket." Sure cure tor piles, sores, b'irns.
Bnvare of couii'irfrits 'Jr. ivreiuer.
A Homo Collctfe Course.
Die rialui'day Kvenin I'mt.ol Pnili
delplii, u.-iuoilllc-s two new d'o-ir'
incuts aiiicb will 1'bulli.nge the inter-ft
-if yoticg ineii and MOmeii Ihriuh'.nt
theoiinirv. "A Home College o irse,"
as ot e ct 1 In m is railed, I ai bu n lie-
siiOii d to nu-ot the uau's of atobiiions
young people wlio buvu not liud the
i-Uaiilni-s ol a university trailing.
Tins i-ottiso wi'l lie coialiicti-il by b
frtt-ully, composed of professors ir, tot
iesdifi colleges '1'ne studies have Isuen
most f-areluiiy chosen. Karri a ill be
treated in an interesting nay, and help
ful hints lor outside leading fu-e y
'To the Young Man lb-ginning
Business" Is thu second of ttiese new
Jc pertinents. In it the most suicernftd
ini'D in a duen ociaifiations will wrio
ilioilt what helped Diem to the trout 'ir
their own btit-iness, and give alisli.t
bool-sund ina.uzines bearing upon is.
Their purpose will bo to to tell ti e
ueiiimier how he can make Inline f
more valuable to his employers.
These new departments will begin
early in January, and will be made a
permanent fealute of The Saturday
of So. Glen Falls, N. Y., des
erfljes a condition which thous
ands of men
Read w hat he
says, and note
of your own
case. Write to
ope for reply,
l.-i '( jf 'A
and get a pcr
soruil corruborntion of what is
here given. He says regarding
ul suffVref. aonUinif pnln in the left
hri.L-t ami ltwrrn my fcliouldcra from
hc.irt truuhlc. My heart wnulii jmljii
t.Mc. thilttr, then nkip henfs until I
criiiM no Itmupr ho in tad. Nik-Multcr
tl'ut I waUtd the t)iMr, (or Ui lie dow n
w.toi I hwe nirant sud'len dc:ith. My
cimdllinn ft't-med alinmthunclc5swht'n
1 be.fitTi tnkinf ir. Mile' Heart Cuit,
t ut it helped nip from tlie first, l.utt r
I tiok Ir, MiUV Nervine with tho
I lt-i:t Cnrc nnd tlic effect w;is at"n.
hhiiK'. I carn.-Mly implore similtir Mif
feicts to tiihc remedies a UiuL"
Sold by all Druggists
Dr. Miles Modical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
A pour I'oinplexion ia m-uttlly tbe
Milt ot a toriid liver or irreirn'ar
e-lion ot tho bonoU. I'ltleHii uu! ore's
otl.ee iiie&nud oir it rtill Mirt Iv eHllie
lopuie hlooit. l'iiiiple-1, boila and otlu-r
rnpnniti fulliiw. Ti. ie is nntum'.
met lied of t li I iiiv in elf (he poinoim liiell
he h.nviili' inl'ed lo ri inove. Ie Wilt'
l.itt1!' l-'arly . Umeta me noild fAiu.iiis
reuie.hin tliid eoiulition. They
-tiiniiUte Ihu liver mid piouiote reutar
ud In .iltliv iti-liun nf the l.o.ve!" but
never i-miie ripm,;, 1 1 iiinp-i or dint ri-s-i
Sfe iiln i'r. Kreiiier.
A. I!. Veoilii.s run Mipply vnii will,
inylliiuit liei-di-d in (lie pliulr.iiipli line.
It ill-r 11 11, A Ul ... ufi Iml Mlpilil.-
I tc YouiN's Companion In 1402.
' I'o i-ie.deiiMi in a p.iruii inli the an-
o lll.ei'llieinelit ef T!:e Vmoll'i t'i'lii
;i I-in it fit i'.lO. "h ii it e:l v. No' on!,
-iill iit-oi Iv i w --i I'Mi.'rtd t-'iirv - ia i ii.i
' t.t'it n'e to the piper, t-ut nmnv id th
ui iiit el; inent ei li.ini: t;it-'Hllien .
urulf, l en of Pi ieree mid le'li-m
Hi ll'i'm"'', H i'nt , P'l'.lier i rtn.l triuel-rn.
lie'lel,!:i; th'ee n.euilr-i id tin l'-ii-.lent'"
In i ili-'il.tl'iil le'ri,! ef ani-leu or.
tnili; 1 1' an 1 ir" nl to-ie the Sis retHrv
0'.t: ive MM t.-!i "Hn .li'i l iven;"
Jui-uli Uilph. tlie fiieii'in w.ir en
res pond, lit, v!i d n-nlM "ll-nv V.i,
r'ee' in lt.vi-!,-,' :i Woii' ii Sj-t-n er
lb-l-v 1 ill, V, wleiie it ii'.iiv ei-.il e
from a T-i-er tn!oii pen i-i w,-ll ri-iueiu-bere
' will d---etio - mvhh ex-.irienenr
On the Flank ul tli- A-mv".
Andi: in hut a Ix-.-u n'e j ol tl e
lo i I'l A i-i-n.i-leie Hiinouiiei u.rni
will l sent to mil- a I !r.. free. T'h
pub i.t eri al-ii nnii'Mineii t!rt pv-nrx
Ue nl -i. nl r w'iv i,-ii.. f ! . ,'6 iur 1 ll
I 0'i o'eiiirt ii. . w.d re.-e.Vi ad titr
leiiniiti u. e i.i ol ll'Jl free truiu lh
time el il i ip'.'o i ; ;, T' e l i-.-pa
noe I'il.ii.iar toi l'.OJ ail in Miuo"
to fie tlfiy tuo iUl a of Toe C-utjJUK n
I n K Voiiu'a O lii'lMvi.l,
I'.v t..luuibu Aviuue, boMi.", M vmi.
t O. v 1-ilA.i
IS .44 AWD STILL WORKS.
That I the Aeeoant Clvaa hf- Hal
Krlahbora of Martlaa Olaaa.
a Prravtaa Woman.
Here la a case of longevity vouched
' for by El Morro, of Arlca, a city in
one of the Peruvian province held
for ransom by Chili:
In tho valh-y of Codpa, in the same
province, it iy that there ia a
woman named Martina Celada, who
Ik 144 years old and to this day works
in the fields. According- to her many
relatives living in Arica she was born
in 1757, and has seen most of the
j noted men of the South Amcriean
v. am of hid pendenee.
This old woman has seen three cen
turies, the tixhteenth, the nineteenth
and the dawn of the twentieth. She
' viae twi -e married, the fli t tlmo at
the aye of 40, and the sicmd when
Khe was 00. Her sons and diurhtors
j aro all dead; some of her prandehil
I dren are living, and she has (Treat
ft randehildren and rjrreat-irre.-it-graud
children. Two of the last g-eni ration
are of mnrriapeablo ape. so the old
lndy mny yet live to see her fifth gen
eration. The old woman has some means,
but, she does not want to enjoy them,
because she says It is not y "t time.
She wiinti to live as aha does In or
der to entertain all that come to her
Dona Martina Is somewhat blind,
for something like a dim of fionh cov
ers her eyes; she has completely lost
her hearing; and her power to think
went shortly nfter her slaht. Hut
nl.e can ntll! walk very well through
tlie iMtU she cultivates, and as late
it:, lS'JO :he wim known to climb up a
rii? tree lo irath-r thrf' fruit.
It may lie f--aU! in pasalnir that such
n:';rU-d of crent old a.e are not very
iine-'iiinem lu Peru, where the fa
cility for v.'alninir a livln'r and the
eouel le climate svem to conduce to
longevity. It Is n very rotinnon thlnir
to nee Indians (cholos) who are said
to lie as old as 100 yenrs or more,
d'diiK their dally work with the ease
of a younif man and carrying their
years as liphtly as In the days of
There la a Class of People.
Who are injured by the ute ot coffee
Kecemlj there has been placed in all
the r- eery stores a new preparation
called UHAIN-O, made ot pure grain,
that tulie.i the place ot roHVe. The most
delicate stomach receives it without dii-
tren, and but It w ran tt II it from coffee.
It does not ci st over as much. Chil
dren may drink it with preat benefit
15 ctfl. and 25 els. per package, Try It
Auk (or UltAl.N-O.
A Groat Railway.
The C'hicaiio, .Milvvuiikee & HI. Taiil
limlway owns ami; operates orer U,G0!
miles of thoroughly cpiipped road in ill
i i io is, Wiicoi.a n, Io:i, Minnesota, South
Dacota, Misitouri and the Upper I'enin
uula of Miclii-f.n.
It owns j nil operates all equipment in
seivice on its lines Includitij; SieepinK
Carp arid Hilling Car, luiiiiit.iilling an ei
celleeee of aervioe unequaledon any rail
wnt in the world.
It hai been a Pioneer in lliu North
went and Went in the use ol the block
system in the operation ol its train, in
the li.hlinjoi;! rains by electricity, heat
iiii by sleam and many other progres
sive methods, which have added safety,
comfort aud luxury to travel. I; ii al
always the leader in that direction.
Tho Pioneer Limited Trains between
Chicano, Kt. Paul and Minni'moli) huve
i lie costlieat and haedr-otni'it Sleepinj!
Cars in the world and the b.-st Dining
lime taniea, maps and information
(nriiii-heil on aiplicatioti to 0 J. Eddy,
Ueneial Audit, 134 Third St , Portland
A familiar name (or tlie Chii aijo, Mil
n'aukeeASt. Paul Railway, known al
over the I'nion a the tireat Railway
r unit iti if the "Pioneer Limited" Irainr
every day arid iiiht between Ml. Paul
nnd Chicago, ami Or.iaha and Chlcam),
1 he only perfect trains in the world
Underntand : Connections are mad
Willi All TriiiiHcontineiua! I.ines, imaur-
initio paas"tmers the beat servi-e knoi n
Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam
In at, of a verity eipialied by no other
Ne that vour ticket reads via "Tin
Milwaukee" when itoiiij lo any pi ii.t in
the I'liilrd States or Canada. All tick
et MKcnis sell them.
For rates, punphleia or other inhu
J. W. C..-;uv, C. J.I-.iidt,
Trav. lava. Ant. tleiivral Aient,
J-riiTiK, Wash. Porti.aM), Hi'
1 hu Ure.yt sum ever pttttl for pr
tu ii, ''iiaii'-.l hands in tn frnn
,'1m,,. Au. ;UV l.Ol. Tho lrnii(-T In
volved in i i-i it un i rto-k l!2! t anJ
whs . a ii hv ii t'Hriv ot hi-iiie mt-i lr
iM Citio Ur linuhi'sf l;0af ant I'm
ot-if., iiiui' ru iiuMirnt.ln lir.ft.-i'r.
1 'ii'V iX'iiiinuiH tl ( liu UTiont invHtiti
Ltnn of ttm fiKviiie N 15, I'.UH
t'lirv intfi virml ft nn of Ititi ctirtM
rtii l trie ! i: mil on us lnnritt h puUink
over ihr.'H itn.Mi e,.in oti iti trt4ttiiutnt
ui 1 ! I nn tlie tn. Ihcv ;tlf0 got pUf
i.-l.i:ir to i.me ( tuonit. inctirn'ilf chi
4tt I ! imt. t-i," rrA it wilh ihf itiTfi,',np
ti j.i.ir-'-. I'p to Aim. 'r, 7 r ifni
l UiK ti'Ht va t WtT nilit-r welt oi
Tit.' i l- hi Imh (hirttni p-rriptof
;i'iii.'ri, I la o (mrtli vtfr iit :fK-t Hliti
'tu4 ,1 t(si urtn-iMion. I'lie puh'.viliiij
ut ii o i!iviu:i!inj r 'iii riitt hiuJ Mk
'lnn.':il ri'i'OitA ti Die tf-t er
i i !i-. n I .vii h' n i 1 i I rtt -Mi
!; i' i A.'.!'-.- x .J 1 i i.:u.
'omi- -t-'i .iwi.ik;ou.f ir S.in Ftn-i-if-iv,
FooJ ChanueJ to Prison.
I'm' r h . n in( I ' r iti :t ' in. it pr- -
il kve llr0"H likH tliftie nf r n,c, lih
r. Ku li'rt N. i ..', V ox. i
IftHi-' futin o! n'.t-it 'vM- Ic. t'i:!,
auy 'm ri c n ! C ; r p.iti n '
I'll lHttllf-f, Sit 11 . A'l It il I I
livv-r, KitliM'v antl li'HTvi trou '
'i.i i st I;r. KrtniT-",
Sav.U III. I, It
' I uisu t h.tv ins I iffi 1 uwt id. I:ft
t K .I n P v-iMpHi.. Tun'," v. ; .t 11 C
t'iTit;in (.f Minn. ' Km
thllf Vt'irr 1 A a lmi(llfl UUit tli Lwp
9 e ;l tit 1 ro iM l Ul m 'iiiu i-ii in
.Iimii'u ti. V,A' y iiii-t I won!. I
ltinh'. lo r. tiri n Hittr-r' of tl
b'.in !v I t tnriiin.il tu uxy U i
. t.tl. tit.! 1 - u -i no w. 1 t, &,
ut-i f ur i.it-r i i-i ii. i n't'i i.itwKi.!.
...r;'.-iA I'uii) a .-1 Iho ili'. it ti. ui)
. ui.it iv in lU'n.i ii ii-, , iUsf
to !trt:ov Iron the li st bjtii. N i 1
'ii:in. aiul r eoiimn-iul it o all
D'g our fo-A. Cui' a?l atotnarl
truubl. lr. Krvuur.
! gf.y ggQ,
The re are some uiea who seem to he
f.ivontea of fortune. They arc indita
trimo, cTw.'ol wakcr.i, full to over
llowiu ; of nergy ci 'p'.ci.-Jid health,
and sucv.ci.1 n e:u 'fairly to drop into
their hau-'s. Itbcf.such ns these thi'.t
tPe ic?3 naniy
and less success
ful man says
was 'ix.ro with a
iTold sioiTii in
A n d yet o ti
eiinlvsia it will
n -,mIk: lotinu nai
"v--ll' this success ia
' Ijijjely due to
s-ih-n.lid hc:i:;h, the endowment of a
Dr. Pierce's I-'iivorite Prescription gives
the mother health to five licr child. It
cures n'-rvoiiKiiusa, nausea and slecplcsii
noss. It makes the bwly conifortal.-le and
the mind content. It trives physical
v'fror and mui-.cular elasticity : that the
baby's advent is r.ractically painless.
"I will en Vm-"i- to Htl yoa of tlir-mr.ny
lyriii-lil. I hav- ii. riveil from luliiiisr Ur. 1 ielve'.
Puv.iri.L- 'rcsLTl;niiir:.-' writ' ; .!is. it iv kcln-rl-r
,n. 01" MilieiiK- lnl-c, Piiiii.-r i:-).. Ki.ns. "in
lic full .-f e i 1 w.i:i t.'iiitcon i-ccome a
li'.iiliti riiitl i:ireic-.l ti-r-l'-ly iiith ii-inii oi tlie
K-i:t ol hen 1 ; in la-1 1 aclitc! nil over. Suffered
v.:iii uirml lK-:iriin'-i!ijwli l.iui; 1 lhr--iit-ened
fjr week-, i.-ith inisltii-). A lady t'riend
t.il'lr.ietoie in. 1'icne'n niei'lciiies. Site liud
tilc-.-ii theni a--.il It-It like n lie wnniail. 1 lieaail
l: iiiui the ' Fa'.-orite I'rtscnelion ' aiiii Im 1c iVmr
t rtO;s k f -rc -i v l a' v c:itnr nr,d tiro nflor
vaiils. 1 "uU:- rl nlni Tt -'.c-.tli vith my oiler
t-vo chil-li-.-a. 1 ut ii.e-'ty rci H-cd tliat I v..;
-k wlitu l'iii l-a'iy i is born and :-Ii . v. 'ie,i,eil
tv. '.Ue anil out i;'i.ti l r in tiu... hhc is now
eleven iii-intln nid end n.-s never known au
l,'iiii ' ilikneii; at piew-ir Fhe woi-lis tliirty
lieviil lioiiii'ti. I owe it Gil til L'r. liclcc'S
"Favorite Prescription" makes weal:
Vi-oiuen utroi:,-, :unl sick wonieii w-cil.
Accent no Ktiititiitc f-i." the irij.iicine
iii.-:i wor!:s v:-tn is for ,ve.,!c :. men.
Lr. Pe ru- . I-i.-uutit ivlicts a;s the
tr-ot dtji.iMe ' U it; ;c lor dulicaic
NuTif !: o.' i. ! i:;. i'ii
dUA .V Insi:,-: i.M'i;
TO V. .'MI
r'l'i 'S; r
In -i- ct-ro.-T., - M:l!ili,e np.ili i o i.u
ot llif luss o: -oe (v... i-f O.-c.oin, iv''
lie1o ilnill e t.iMti.-. :esf nol'. c I
to ri liy w'iv-n tlml
The.liarlciiiihlM- f riMi.i-eiu-e t'ompnni
ot Muni In-s'e. . Ki.v'n'i'i. dc- ir-'r, 0
ceiise doio.- I u.-ieei- luil.i-i in
ol urcjion, inlriolj to uithiii.iw it di
po'U wilti ii.i I'fe.-.i--t:i.-r :'l ,ii : tile a-:-'
will, if no coi'ir: elin.l '-e lili-d unh tie
insuraiii-H Cninmis-juiier within h
innnilni from the H'.'n-I day ot July, 1 HOI
wiihiiraw its deposit hoin tlie S;ati
iHR I.ASCAF1IIKK iSH RINCK CoVIMKY.
By Man.n ti Wilkiin
Msn.iKi'is tor t lie I'm-ilio Coast.
Dated at Hn r rnncisio, this loth, d.iv o
iNOiiCE io cu.Nrftiuuii:.
To Arche L.elea is :
Notice is hereby ii n by the under
igued, your eo-ownera in tlio place:
mining claim situated on Hogue river,
in Josephine County nnd known S3 tin
"llorsesline" mining claim, located bv
Charles 11. V.wg, Msv 21, IrilMl, the
notice ot a liich is n c rded at pane 4
Vol. 9, oi tho Mi-icelliiiieoin Miuinf
Kei-ord nl Josephitie County, Oregon,
that unless you contribute end pay to
suid utuh -rsiyned co-owners wilhin
ninety days from the date of the liin
publication ot this notics, tho sum o;
Seventy live Dollars, ($75 00) the s.inu
being your pioportion ot the cost oi
annual labor done on Slid claim iu order
to protect the title thei- to dniiiii; tlie
years lSliU, lH'.lll, HlOv), your one-luurtl;
in'.errst thuiein wiil be forieiled to your
W. I'. r.iuKXKR,
K. t.l. 1 HANi'lS,
Sept. 2(5, 19111.
NOTICE TO CKI'llTliKS.
Tbe undersigned liavini; been nppnini
ed rxscutorof tiio est:;te of Joe'i-ph Kcss
ler, deceased, by the County Court m
Ji-iephine County, all persons hi.vin
claims against nid estste sre herel y no
tilled to present the name to me at ( irun'i
I'r.HS, Josephine County, Oregon, witl
th- nroptr prool and voucher?, witbji
si I montlis from tlie date ol this n Jt'u e
Dated ttiii 21th dav of luiv, pjtjl.
'11. T. Kk: i.i:i!.
Executor ot the eet.-ite of Jopei b K - sler
WHAT EH-M.L WE HAVE TO.'l
lliis queelion aris.-s In tho fiinilj
very day. ,et us answer it to-liv.
Trv Jell-O, a delicious and liea'ihfu1
dfsiirt. Piepa'edin two minuled. No
boiliuiil no baking 1 simply ,M h.-ilin
water and set to cool. Flavor: L in
on, Orange, Uanberry and Struwln-rry.
tet a package at your grocers to day
viatv DR. JO
vH.U j beT
S?33S0tl 0? ttHdUi
7f .it- -ii en A
q nr mlll.ir tap? Vl
5. iKTSSAN-OlSl'SrS Cf ff-.H
m riet.iiksi-i - vinHAH.
el -.'He iei rint. . - .-rt
rt-oell eft rm pile, rhiflri
t '-l. by Df. j'ciu i ti .c: .ii d
wi" t be r-r o-' a et- sf 7
-4it.-??.p. Piiniltrl IA .iV. '
ftni-. t otliffl.
DT. rVHUjn a fe.. I:"! Si, 5. fi. 3
Seya Ha Mas TortureJ.
"1 siitl'ered such t sin f:..,n t,,,,!. I
could hunliy wa'U," vii II. Holne-i.,,
llii:lHir. ugh, 1:1.1 , ' but t.,i .. ,, ,', r,,.
i i Slve l-OIU-JO-l.-lv lllieil ., ;u.'' ..,.,t
ik UlAg-c 101 el'rillli, Inliis,,, ,-u;,
miiks, s: !i!.-, tiurni,, l.:. nU:n Per
feci In-a'er of fkoi dieuni.es a-nlpilm.
Cur-, guaraiiued bv Krem.-r. .:.,.
The Kxclt-jiner.t Not Over.
The nmh st i. J,,.,. st.:ro s-ls!1 r.i,
l-iiiiis ai.d daily ,cjri-- ui pn,pl,-,R
ir a bottle nf K-uip' r..,l-,; i.ri,,
Vtilonr Ull.l l.ung, for tl.eciilei.il o. gin,
C-.l.ls, Astliiua, ltnu-.cl-.i'.i. ;;., i ono: u p
'ioe. K.iiii'a l!..i-;im, t'n. s-.i,i,l,,,,
family reuirdr. is ni'd c-n a geaiautee
md t ever t i ! to give .-r.tire i i-fai-ion
i'i i -e '.'oc. ami ,VV.
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. full hislnrv of mv rise to lie ured at vour di.rrvtion. s ' m.
Ill Tlliory cr my case, lo it iii tu i --
ftiu.,,1 r,-.. cu. ao ,i,v rn it .ir m-ean
mv H'snnir in inis ear elioreiv.
n cese. mil me nrnrinn in me .ihl-i.o-.i
I then saw vour s.lrt-rlisenient acculcnlally
berof physicians, ninonj others, the most eminent cirstiwialM of thisrit, r?R'rti
only ou operation could help me, and even tint only temporarily, that the he..?1'',
then cene, hut the hrnrinn in the .-ilTucted ear would lie lost forever. otM ib
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to-ilav, after five weekn, my heariniT in the diseneil car has been entirely rtrtor.,1 """Ij.
heartily and beg tor-, main Vcrytiuly yotirs. 'Un,.
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