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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1888)
Erfcrrthiiifr cf General Interest In a
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Devoted Principally to Washington
Territory and California.
Pendleton will soend $2,000 more in I Wm. P. Henderson, a printer, w.is
extending the levee along tne Umatilla! found near Merna, Cal., with his skull
crusueo, naving appurenny oeen
killed while aaleep on the track.
Gonsb.ee, one of Apache murderers
of Dithl a year ago in the S ddle
Rock district, Ariz., has been convicted
The wife and child of Hon. J. X.
Burnett, of Douglas county, are very
V. P. Watson, of Toledo, fell from
a building, on which he was working,
and fractured one of his ribs.
Henrv Keene. of Sublimity, set a
sorine nun for eophers, and while ex-
ruainmsr its operation to a f.iend lot I
one of his thumbs by ita unexpected
G. W. Duncan, a prominent citiien
of Stavton. who suffered severe in
juries by falling from a step-ladder
some days since, is not expected to re
The House committee on commerce
made a favorable report of the bill au
thorizing the construction of railroad
bridges across Snake river and Clear
3vo hopes sre entertained of the re
covery of Mrs. Stephen Minard of
R-tseburtr. who was injured in the
runaway of the team on the mountain
road to Coos bay.
A hore William Harris was riding
near Pleasant Home, reared and fell
back on the man, injuring hiui se
verelv. He was uncoiiFcious for about
two hours after the accident.
A son of Dr. W. C. Warriner, of
Portland, was seized with an epileptic
fit, while on the road, near Lebanon,
and was not discovered until nearly
forty-eight hours afterward, lie was
taktn to his bister's home in Salem to
be cared for.
Reliable Quotation! Carefully Revised
Devoted to the Interest of Farmers
Henry Holmes, a carpenter, died
of lockjaw at San Rafael, Cal. A few
days ago he was handling a plank,
when it slipped from his grasp, and a
nail in the end went through his loot.
The entire business portion of the
town of Tipton. Cal., was destroyed
by fare. .thirteen builJingt wae
burned. The Us was nearly if dOjUUU ;
insurance, f 10,000.
The new cruiser Charleston will be
WHEAT Valley, fl 25fl2 6
Walla Walla, $1 17Jl 18.
BARLEY V hole, fl 101 12J;
ground, per ton, ''20 W27 BO.
OATS Milling, 42i45c: feed, 41
HAY Baled, $15 0017 00.
SEED Blue Grass. 14i16 ;.; Tim
othy, 9J10o.; Red Clover, 14 15c.
FLOUU Patent Roller, $4 00;
Country Brand, $3 75.
EGGS Per doz, 18a.
BUTTER Fancy roll,
50c; pickled, 1520
CHEESE Eastern, 16320c
launched at the Union Iron Works 8on. uaiiiornw, Hc.
shinyard, San Francisco, on the 4ih of VEGETABLES Beets. p;r sack
July. The affair will made the occa $1 50: cahbace. per lb., 2?a. ; carrots,
siou of a celebration at the shipyard. per tk., $1 25; lettuce, per dot. 20
D. Sullivan was drowmd at Astoria, onions, $1 50; potatoes, per 100 lbs.,
Or. It is supposed he fell n going ;ffl oO ioc.; radishes per U.., I&2Uo.
a ladder on the steamer A. B. Field, at rhubarb, per lb., 6c.
He was a
HONEY In comb, per lb., 18c.
str-iiued. 5 gal. tins, per lb. 8J :.
POULTRY Chickens, per doz.
$5 506 00; duck, per doz., f 5 00
6 00; geee, fO 00S 00; turkeys,
per lb., 16 18c.
PROVISIONS Oregon hams, 13k
per lb.; Eastern, 13(au3c.; Eastern
deckhand on the Field.
A gang of cowboys took possession
of Stewart, Col., and about demolished
the postoffice and its contents. About
100 shots were tired, but no one was
Jmes Turner, employed by the
rjsilifnmi fijirtthArn r,iilriviil at Ohl
Town, Cal., was killed by throwing ?La91 Diicon' yroa
himself, while tenioorarilv insane. b m$iv.i x.asieru laru, vuiic. per
fore an incoming freight. lD-" Oregon, lUJc
Robert Beaidsley, proprietor of GREEX FRUITS Apples. 2 00
Beanlsley's hot spriniff, three miles be- 2 50; Sicily lemon, $5 005 50
low Challis, Custer county, Idaho, was California, $3 505 00; NaVal oranges
i r-. . i ts . r: r i - ibt. i r . .1 : .
v..u n Ain.tAAnAi arownea. wnue loraine salmon river. u w xuvtraiue. w: aieuiwrrnt-
w - -X--1. l n. I a '
at Antelope, forged the name of his 18 fam also arownea lue n,u
Halt brotner JrJdwara, to a note ana -""J ji lu "w.vivu. , jjkiejj fkuiis Sun dried arv
obtained 180. He then left the town John Leahy, a carpenter at woik on pies, 7i per lb. ; machine dried, 10
owing abont f 1,000. His creditors are 1 the Spring Valley ater Company's 11c; pitiess plums, 13c,; Italian
making efforts to catch him and bring J buildings near Belmont, Cat., fell from prunes, 1014c ; peaches, 1211
Inm back, when he will be prosecuted I a sea Holding a distance oi thirty-nve raisins, f 2 2o2 50,
for forgery. I feet on a cement pavement, ana was
Pallette Lane, a Siletz Indian, ran instantly killed.
away with an Indian maiden named 1 M. J. Gtllen, while painting the
Anna Jones. Tbey were pursued and J court house at S.n Andreas, Gal., was
caught at Eugene City, and at once 1 instantly killed by the scaffolding giv
returned to the Siletz. Lane was ing way, and his being precipitated
head first to the ground, a distance of
A two-year-old son of J. M. Farley,
of Nieasio, Cat., fell into a vat of boil
ing water, and was frightfully scalded.
married to Mis- Eliza Halo Gleece
about three weeks since, but tired cf
his new wife and slid out with Miss
The towns are bidding for the
county seat of Wallowa. Joseph has
offered to furnish the county building
for a period of ten years providing the
county teat remains there, while En
terprise h is made the same offer for a
term of two years.
W. M. Stanley, while riding near
Achland, was accosted by a man who
stepped up to the horee. and. with his
hand in his pocket dtman led that he
get off and give him the horse. Mr.
Stanley at first thought it was eomr
acquaintance, but when he insisted
Unm it Mr. Stvnley pulled out a re
volver, when the highwayman hastily
Archie G. Wolford, the son of John
M. Wolford," the merchant aud hotel
keperof Silverton, has recently left
home and no one knows where he
went, although he cerae to this city
and boarded the train for the south.
Archie w is about 22 years old, and
married Elva Beard on the first of lat
March. The young husband and wife
did uot get along very well, eo he left
A. J. Taylor, Samuel Marsh and
Mr. Srlph struck a quartz ledge near
Gold Hill recently, which shows very
rich prospects. It is on tho same
ridge as the ledge from which Riv and
McDonnell were reported to have
tken several thousand dollars near
the surface last year. The men
pounded out $326 with a hand mor
tar in one day, and think they have
plenily of thit kind of rock.
A new depot and warehouse is
building at Central Point for the O. &
O. railroad. The budding will be 20x
60, and contains an office, waiting
room and wnrehouse ; also a sidetrack
platform 580 feet long, and is to b-
finiehed in firet-claes style, to be com
pleted and seady for business about
the 1st of July. The town site owner
pays for the building and the salary of
the wgnt for two years, who will be
appointed by the company.
A warrant was sworn out before
Justice Lyons of Fx Valley, Linn
county, charging Mart Smith, hs
brother, and another man, whose
liame could not be learned, with the
attempted murder of Charles Thomas
two weeks nce. 1 bey are now in
custody. The Smiths are enemies o
the Thomases, and are f-upposed to be
leaders of the vigilance committe
f worn to exterminate - Mieni xuaHLe
them leave the countiy.
Bennett camp, No. 8, Indian War
Veterans, near Srilem, have elected the
following officers: John G. Wright,
captain ; John Savage, first lieutenant;
N. R. Doty, stcond lieutenant; T. C.
Shaw, orderly sergeant; E. H. Piper,
commissary sergeant ; D. C. Thomas,
color bearer; Wm. Townsend, musi
cian ; E. J. Chambers, corporal of the
guard; delegates to the 8Ute encamp
ment, Frank M. Smith and T. C.
In a fight between Sheriff Slaugh
ter's posse and Sonora train robbers,
in the Whetstone mountains, Ariz.,
but one of the band was killed. He
proved to be a brother in-law of one
of the robbers. Two other robbers
were wounded, and one of them,
Nievas, was taken. He died on the
way to Fairbanks, but was identified
as onn of th first to enter the express
c r on the night of the robbery, and
the one who shot Messenger Hays.
WOOL Valley, 14al5c; Eastern
Oregon. 12 14c
HIDES Dry beef hide, 810:.;
culls, 67-.; kip and calf, 810j.;
Murrain, 10 12c. ; tallow, 33Jc.
LUMBER Rough, per M, $10 00;
edged, per M, $12 00; X. and G.
sheathing, per M, $11 00; No. 2 floor
ing, per M, $13 00; No. 2 ceiling, pet
M,$18 00; No. 2 rustic, erM,$lS 00;
Savins tho cream daily until enough
for a churning has accumulated is
wronir. The bet butter is made from
cream that has been recently removed
from the milk.
A good deal is said about the "dairy
orm oi me cow. um it must not te
taken for granted tint every aagular
cow is a good mdker, and every smooth,
straight-lined cow a poor one.
After the hen is set and process of
incubation begun, it is desirable tha.
nothing disturb the hen. fcvery pre
caution should be tken to keep her
setting steadily until time lor the eggs
According to some experiments re
cenlly made in Holland, cattle fed oh
hay with other food met eased in live
weight more than those fed with en
silage, but those fed with cn ilage
gave more and better butter.
Foor, Bandy soil should not hi lelt
Uncultivated. Carefully prepare the
land, sow to buckwheat, and plow the
buckwheat under when the crop is in
blossom. lu this way the land may
gradually be made productive.
A few stakes around a young tree,
with barbed wire wrapped around the
stikes, will protect trees from animals.
With this method fi nit trees may t
planted in a field giveu up to stock.
Pyrethrum or buhach will kill the
apple-tree worms. With a bellowt
blow the pdwder into the nesls (or
webs) after four o'clock in the after
noon :he later the bettei for the
worms will then be in the nests. The
powder will kill them instantly.
Pig pens should not be in the t ime
location every season. By liariug
them movable much valuable manure
can be secured from the st'turxted
earth around the old sites, while the
change to frvsh places will greatly
promote cleanliness and health.
It U not bept in planting young or
chard to trust to labels or to memory.
Both may fail. The only sure way u
i know what trees are planted is to
i make a record at the time of laying
the orchard out in a map aud m irk
ing on that each variety.
A New Home Treatment far the Care of
. C'ararrh, Catarrhal Deafness and '
Th microscope ha proved that these
JlHa--es are contagious, and that they are
due to the prenence of living parasites In
tlie lfntng membrane oc tne upper air pas
sages and extachlan tubes. The eminent
Hcienti t", Tyudall, Huxley and Beale en
dorse this, and thexe authorities cannot
bedfxpuied. The regulxr method of treat
ing tlicKn diiteaaea hatt been to apply an ir
ritant remedy weekly, and even daily,
and thus keeping the delicate membrane
In a constant state of irritation, allowing
it no chance to hea , and as a natural con
sequence of niu-h treatment not one per
manent c're haa ever been recorded. It
Is an ab-olnte fai t that thene diseases can
not be cured by an application made
of trtiier than oitca iu two weeka, for the
membrane must get a chance to heal be
fore an application lr uprated. It is now
seven year since Plson discovered
the parasite In catarrn and formulated his
new treatment, andninre then ht- remedy
has become a household word In every
country where the Kngllsh language w
t-poken. Cures effected by him seven
years ago are cures aruc, mere naving
been no return nf tne diaeaKe.
S highly are these remedies valued
that ivnorant imitators have started up
everywhere pretending to destroy a para
site, oi which they know nothing, b
remedies the results of the application of
which they are equally Ignorant. Mr.
Dixon's remedy Is applied only once In
two weeks, and from one to three applica
tions effect a permanent cure in the mont
Mr Dixon sends a pamphlet describing
his new treatment on the receipt cf stamp
to pay postage. The address is A. H.
Dixou &. Son, 3(ia King street went. Tor
onto, Can da. Scientific American.
Among the various prizes entered at a dog
show at San Fraiu-luoo was one for the quietest
animuL The surprise of the Judges was great
when tlicy found that the inner was a dog
that had died aud been stulfed two years be
fore. A HTAU IX THE DARK
Sometime falls of its mnrderous intent The
inslduou and dastardly attacks made upon the
reputation of HosUstter's fioniach iiiltera by
perauua who seek to palm on cheap and fiery
tonic a identical with it, or "the aame thing
under another name." or "equally a good." in
most itiBiaace react dUafttroanly upon the un
principled trader upon popular credulity who
attempt them, converting their speuulatioaa
into rulnou fullurcs. Tho Hitler U a pure,
wholesome and IhoioUKh medicine, adapted to
the total cure and prevention of f- vr and ague,
bilious remittent, dyspepsia, constipation, bil
louHneaa. debility, nervou nous and kidney
trouble. Its every ingredient, nnlike those In
the imitation of it, is of an ascertained stand
ard of excellence, and while they, by reason of
their llerv uiouertica. reict Injuriou lr noon
tho brain and nervous svsteni. of both those
onrsna it is a sedative aud lnvhrorant. Kefuee
all these harm, ul Imitations.
It I the Greatest Hamedy knovri
AND EEC LAM ATION.
MartelfHoPrstidseo Tsol Co. Worts, VI rot sod
SntD BY DSUCGISTS A0 DEALERS.
taeCHA5A.V0r.EUR C9 BALTQ. M?
i Jf Covplxts Powra aso
- "il ftrariso Plants.
.i.' f Vow i rices, prompt delivery
-s. Writs f at tlrcu tars.
BYRON JACKSON, SAN FBANCTSCO.
The Empress of Russia 1 said to do
part of her household s L g.
THE rtTLNO OOVK Of PEACE.
A richly fronted quivering flying Dove.
A Dream of Life acieen calendar. An im
ported Ideal head. An imported f OKted
-now mtm ana a ran set ox magnincem
floral cards. Fourteen artbttic pieces,
blent to anyone who will buy f on a drug
gist a tmx of the genuine Dn C. M'J.ankS
Celebratkd Liver Filxs (price 8 eta.)
and mail u the outside wrapper from the
box with centa in utamps. Write your
addresa plainly. Fleuins Bros Pitts
Cat are in demand in the western part of
Kanaa, according to an exchange, which
"quotes" thern at $1 apiece.
FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
8o1d on Trial !
The menkeys are so thick in the State of
Tabasco that it is almost impossible to build a
telegraph line. Thryall get on the wire and
whig until it breaks.
Dr. Spinney SCo.uIKr
!nTwtment na!L profit
i at ire. ftena tftc for nukiiinc
arif ui it-rL-a jmuutru
rltb full parucutan. Mm-
tT Si IS Lake St.,
The water had been trepared to 8cald I clear rough, per M, f 20 00 ; clear P. 4
hogs, and the boy, unnoticed, walked
Not k 88 than 100 armed men, with
blood hounur, are searching k.r two
men who brutally assaulted Lizzie
YVonghtel, at Winters, GA. Rewards
for their arrest now . ajrereeate
At the crossing of the Denver & Rio
Grande railroad, Bun PreMsett, of Salt
Lake, Utah, was cres.-mg tM track
wnn two uores, wiit-u an engine
struck them, killing tutu and both
Charles Chapman, & well-known
farmer of White Rock, Eldorado
county, Cal., ex pired from the effticts
of a barley beard, which lodgtdin the
man s no:-e, about a week ago, cua-
S, per M, $22 50; No. 1 fl toring, per
M. $22 50; . No. 1 ceiling, per M.
$22 50; No. 1 rustic, per M, $22 50 ;
stepping, per M, $25 00; over 12
inches wide, extra, fl 00; lengths 40
to 50, extra, $2 00; length 50 to GO,
extra, $4 00; Wh, per M, $2 25;
1$ lath, per hi, f 2 50.
BEANS Quote email whites, $4 50;
pink, $3; bayoa, $3; butter, $4;
Lima s, $3 00 per cental.
MEAT Beef, whnWale, 4(dAl-..;
dreased, 8c. ; i?heer, 3c ; dreed, 7s- ;
hogs, dressed, 7g7je. ; veal, 78c
COFFEE Quote Salvador, lc;
Cott Rica, 1820o.; Ri , 1820
Java, 25ic. ; Arauckl ''6 raeteil,22c.
SALT Liverpool grades of fia
ing inflmmatiou which resulted in quoted $13, $19 and $20 for the thiet
A man named fceynoid met w.th a
horrible death at clan Francisco. lie
was engaged in piling iron rails at
Battery street warehouse, and while m
a stooping posture rail tumbled down
n his hed, crushing it to a mass.
Seybold leaves a family in the East.
Tlie Bir Association at Sjtn Fran
cisco has decided to disbar Attorney
H. H. Lowentb-.il, wliose connection
with the Little Peie bribery case will
be well rememberer. The associ ition
haa appointed a committee to prose
cute him in the Supreme Couit.
A former employe of the California
Southern railroad named Long was
caught in the act of misplacing a
switch in the yards at National City
Cal., and arrested. It is claimed he
was trying lo wrtck a train in revenge
for being dischaiged.
A boiler in the works of the Scra
mento (Cal.) Woo) Pullery exploded
Willi ternnc loree. Itie building was
a wooden structure, was 32x40 feet in
dimensions, and was literally blown to
pieces. The men being at dinner,
there was no loss of life.
H. S. Wteeler, recently employed
by the government in the construc
tion of lighthouHtB on the O-egou
coast, dropped dead of heart disease
at Alameda, Cal. Deceased who was
a memher of the Masonic order, is
about 55 years of age, and a widower.
A three 8'ory brick building owned
by the Sharon estate, and occupied by
the West Coast Furnittire Co., burned
at San Francisco. The loss to the
building is et-timated at $50,000. The
Furniuire Co.'s los is $15,000, insur
ance $10,000. A finely wrought cabi
net intended to hold cercalB to be sent
to the Sydney exposition from this
State, and valued at $2 000, wae de
itr iyed. The furniture factory of A.
Johnson, and the carpenter shop of
John Cuff, alj lining,- were damaged
to the exttntof $1000.
slock salt, $10.
PICKLE3 Keg. quoted steady
SUGAR Prices for barrel : Ooldei
C.5c. ; extra C, 6Jc. ; dry granulated,
6Ac. ; crushed, fi;ie crushed, cube and
Itowdered, 7c. ; extra C, ojJ ; halve
and boxes, higher.
Vegetables vs. Meats.
Tlie Idea is b ginning to gain vogue.
nol only among vegetarians by princi
ple, but with others who have never
considered the subject in the light
that the vegetarians do, that our
diet is altogether too strong in
the matter of the more heat
ing meats; so mneh is this the case
that it is maintained that mild wines
do reaily less harm to the general sys
tem than flesh that is loaded with red
blood. This strong meat, euth, for in
stance, as beef, the eating of which, it
is said, frequentlv ;enerates too hot
blood, gives us our reckless activity.
onr intensitv. and many of our new
diseases. White meats, vegetables.
oils and fruits, in long-tried use among
the ancients, are in this view a safer
and wholesomer diet than that which
we have so long considered the best to
be had. Whether the facts and their
inferences are correct or not, they de
serve consideration. Harper's Bazar.
A curious freak of 'memory is that
of forgetting words of a poem or speech
which has been said over a great
number of times. The leading lady of
a play which has been performed seven
hundred times can not remember her
lines, even by the most violent effort,
and onty complete rest of a day or two
wonld recall them. Another actress in
a play which had a great run had to be.
constantly prompted towards the end,
rehearsed every day, and yet was con
stantly pursued by a terrible conscious
ness that what she was saying to the
audience was simA.ly unmeaning gib
berish. Sir John Herschtl's opinion mat
the full moon has a tendency to cJear
the sky of clouds is suppo-ted by recent
observations. In reference to the com
mon belief that a ring arouui the moon
is indicative of the approach tt a storm,
it is stared that, out of sixty-one lunar
halos observed near London, thirty-foiir
were followed by rain within twenty
four hours, and nineteen withr. fom
days. Meteorologists generalljarep
that the moon exerts some influence or
the weather; but as to the extenj of that
influence thev differ creatlT.. i.
"What does it mean when the
King rent his c'.othes?" 1 suppose
he hired them out, ma'am." Teacher.
We believe no one has yet secured
an instant tiieous photograph of a kiss.
Cause why? 'Cause the old lingering
variety is more popular. Burlington
Landlord "Pve called to tell you,
Bridget, that I'm going to raise your
rent." Bridget f,Glad to hear it,
sorr. Faith, I can't raise it meself."
Texas S flings.
Lightning never strikes twice in
the same place. Neither does a mule.
The reason of this is because the place
is never there after the first strike.
"Night-caps are cominginto favor
again," say the fashion journals. Bless
those innocent fashion writers; "night
caps" have never been out of favor.
Ask the bartenders Boston Globe.
"How would I advise you to be
gin?" responded an old actor to an as
pirant for stage glories. "Well, the
best plan is to begin like a good din
ner; with the supe." -X T. Tribune.
The milky way 'Hol' o,n boy!
Pon't pnt no water in dem cans to
day. Fill 'em up wid snow. Dat's de
same color as de milk, an' we must be
jes as hones' as we kin, whenever wc
git de chance." Harper's Bazar.
"Mr. (xoodhead is a splendid xei
low." . Yes; a wonderfully fine fel
low. I never saw his match. So in
telligent and well-informed, and such
an excellent, man every way. He is
from New York. I believe?" "Is he?
Well er it is evident that Nature in
tended that he should have been born
la Boaton." Jtotttn Transcript. .,
" - V ' " ... ... j-.i.y.
A REMEDT FOR CHILLS AUD FKVEIt
Rochester. N. Y.. Dec 16. 885.
Four rrars ago I contracted a bard cold
that settled on my lunira. I had a severe
chill, followed by high fever, rajrjnfr head
ache, pain on my left aide over the lung,
and every time a fit of roughing came on,
which was every few minutes, it was ter
rible to bear the pain, t thought It meant
.u attack of pneumonia, as 1 went through
a two-moatb aiege of that disease, and it
came on juat the aame way. A it was
night I thought I would watt until morn
ing before sending for a doctor. Fortun
ately, a hatl-b x of Alxcock's Pokocs
I'lastkrs was found in the poasesnlon oi
a friend, who boarded with as. Oue ol
the e was pnt on mv throat, two on ny
cheat, and one on my back over the led
sh ulder blade. 1 then had a hot foot
bath. After again getting into bed, it
acemed but a lew minute wnen ait
We smioatbize with the foeHnir which often
leads citizens to bust that no child born iu thia
country need grow up in Lcuoraace, and yet il
is a fact that many people who have learned to
read and write have never taught themselves
to think. A man who suiTered from catarrn.
consumption, bronchitis, scrofula, or "liver
complai it," might read, till his ere dropped
uui, now inrse ami uisnj uuicr uucw. ua.s "
boeu cured by lr. Pierce Uolden Medisal j r T"
OiscoTery. bnt if he did not take the Irasou to i asid Msarl i.
niniself and test the virtue of this trreat inedl- ;
cine, bis tliue would be thrown away.
Piute. i t-a agesv.
I nil am n a 1 1
There are nmrly three hundred thousand
Chtnateu in the UulU-d Males.
K&7EVTR tg &A
i Try the Cure hav-FEVER j
' NERVOUS fi If 11
dency. fee. dnc toexceuesor abuse, caJ.
creticra should mil thcmficivM ot our treatmmt- -.
A pOBitiveeuefTuftraritW'i In cvorT ct. Hrphtiift.
I Ir.nary and V cereal IJ;' s all ajuuktuxai. .
ctare. promptly fttid -Lalcix curetl
1 w vt K!wr er BlartrtT. Weak Pack. Herr: :-.s
; lKailltT, v ,t:ri ot cexnal tuvngt&. etc. cure 4
.and reufd to nealt hy T;j?or.
ii. B. Peron cnaile to visit us my be treated
at tBeir homes, by cornwpofldeoce. ittiicinf aiifi
: instructions sent by ma:loreipre. Consuitat.oa
: ree. Bend 4 cents in stacps tat t be Young Man f
- friend or Ouliie to V, edloclc
O I LI N WAT BACH. Gaoler, Koenish
rtanos; fbirdett ifsns. band nutnirr. U Lateast ,
scork of Hx Mtice snd Books. Baodl sop filled s
Ksstern Pru ItAriHlAS CSAY CO.. SM fust
ALLEN'S IKOH IONIC Btrtttta.
j 1 k (in; Tmic. lilwd PsriMC, Aftner aid L ter
' tajctos, Qi mmd hy J F. All. Bt- Psnl. Mia.
1st rreailums. SSXJO la two.
20 years Bahisd. ?w
tt. r.li! Hteet tun nr le -
m w u , . . . s..
i rice, in ux in n- oti.er Ptani, t-y wbicb our nanos
stano in tone years, goiu a r "w i iw uKm
by climato. So wood to split, brai, swell, sliimk.
crack, decay, or aear out; we guarantee it Ele
gant Rosewood Cases, S strlntrs, d.-uUe refeatingr
ftionr fiu2t ivnrv kevs: the Fnmm AXTWE1J.
Call er write tr-t Catalae, free. T. M. ASTIsEi i.
CO., Msnirtactmers, 01 Feuows" aii, aias.
Ssventa Streets, San Francisco.
aymptoms were relieved; the akin becamr
niitbtv k.intMf . 1 rinchd nnlvat intervala.
In multiplying very scarce and dear and then with very little effort, and In
A paper gave an account of a so
ciety event, and in speaking of one
beautiful lady of quite large propor
tion, it said: "Mrs. possessed a
form that a Juno mig!;t envy.", yiie
editor went home, and left a eubordi-
din ate to get out tin paper, and the
next morning he read in his paper, that
Mrs. possessed a form that Jum
bo might envy."
An English Beer has discovered
that the numerical value of the letters
of the name Bulanger" in Greek is
just 66, and prophesies that the melo
dramatic General is to play a leading
part in affairs between this time and
the second advent of Christ, which is
to occur at S o'clock in the afternoon
of March 5, 1896.
Guest Well, good-bye, old man,
and you've got a very nice little place
here. Uost Yes, but it's rather bare
just now. I hope the trees will have
grown a little before you're back, old
xie t,to rutsourgn neiress; "Do you
know Miss Wandergrift, whose father
ia reported to be so very richP" She
(glass and pig-iron) 4 O, no, indeed!
The Wandergrifts do not belong to our
set at all! They are s new, you knowl
Their money comes from natural gas."
COMMON IN CALIFORNIA.
I suffered for yrsrs from cstsrrh till it destroyed
my appetite and weakened my rystem. No reme
dies gave me relief till I commenced nsing Jv-y's
Sarasparilla. I began hiking it last spring, and am
now entirely free from tht disgusting disease.
j. A CANDID COXFESSIOX.
Tat several yesrs I snffered from Dyspepsia and
Kitlney Complaint, the latter being so severe at
times that I could acarcely attend to my work.
My appetite was poor and I was much emaciated,
but throngb the free one of Joy's Vegetable gaiaa
rarillamyappetlte and digestion improved 'till my
health was perfectly restored.
varieties of ilatoes, g: rdeuers plan!
the eves in hot beds early, ilactu iu
rich soil, and from each eye will cet
Severn! plan la. Thete may be et out
in the open grouud, and cultivated
the s ime as potatoes planted in the
There are a good many cattle com
ing out ol their barns and stables this,
spring with the hair rubbed iff in
some places. V hether it be barn
iteh, or some other minute parjeile,
the old fashione-l cure is the best :
dulpher and lrd well applied. Thie
knocks all of them.
If a sample of eweet crt am is di
vided, and both parts are kept at a
favorable U-niperature fur ripening,
and the air is eze ui1hI from tine a id
. free ex p -sure eiven to tin o her.
both will sour at the s nue time, but
lltvor will ocly be incretstd iu the
oue exposed to the air. Churning the
two parts wi.l chow this.
The peppermint growers cf Wayne
eouuty, . 1 ., where three-iourths ol
he world s oil is prouu -ed, are com
plaining that the prot-pecta this,sa-
-wju are tne woret tor IwfD'y ynrc.
1 hey tav that Japanese oil is tiow be
ing sold in Americt at gii. lt rates that
the former larg profits from the busi
nees are greatly lessened.
Do not now trim shrubbery that
blooms on laft year'e w I, if you tie
tire abundance of fl ers. The bet
wsy is to cut out the oi l and we.k
wood immediately after 11 iveria. A
judicious tliiniiicg, if too large and
thick a head remains will improvt
the quali-.y of the 11 wtr, but to cut
back the whole head is not the bi-8
way in America.
The gnl-n t-hould be renr the
house but free from ehade. S-1 no
trees i f any kind in the kit-lien gur
den. H:ve it laid u-, eo that as much
work as iosible may be done hy l oree
power. A s tmty It-am is t.be best soil
tor nioet vegetahl"f. l"e no green
manure in the gtud, n. The sUudard
fertilizers aie esxl. Ue oxl ashes
freely aud slops from the lit use. The
secret of i-ncce-s in eaidening, as in
courUhip li- s iu tm 11 attentions fre
quently atsd steadily bestowed.
Mr. D. B. Widr, -ays he nas solved
the problem of the plum crat uli . A
mixture of in (oundof Paris green,
or Lo idon purple, and riity gallons
of water f prayed over the trees jnst
before bl um buds shall op n, tin n
i f praying of soap t-mulsion two week
later, with a tlii.J spraying ubout
June 10th, will eff c'udly destroy the
curculio, as well as kill leaf lice, apiit
and other injurion insects.
Ther are in America over 4 000.000
farms, large and email. They cover
nearly 20 000,000 acres of improved
land, aud tht-ir total vlue is tome. hing
like 10,tXX) UUU.UUU. These figures
re not, of course, v ly comprehensive.
They simply convey the idea of vaat
ness of area and qnal vaetness of im
portance. The estimated va ue of the
yearly products of thei-e farms is be
tween $2,000,000,000 and 3,000,000,
000. In order to improve the oat crop,
take a washtub or a large barrel, till it
two-thirds full of water; pour half a
bushel or eo of teed oats at a time in
to the tub cf water, and skim of all
oats that will not sink to the bofom.
Drain off the water and dry the oitt
that are left. You now have a fine
quality of oats to sow. They willgivt
you fu ly te ven ty-five per cent, bettei
ynld than before, besides luting a
sup rior lot of seed for your neighbor
the following vear.
Wm. Zitm, while prospecting in
the hills near Sheridan, Nev., came
across "Mudge," the Indian who, a
few weeks, killed three Indians t
avenge his broiber's death. "Mudge"
held a parley with Zilin, keeping the
latter coven d with a rille, and said
there were seventeen mote Indians lie
would have to kill, and "it w.ie war ti
the knife." He was accompanied by
another Indian, and swears that be
will not be taken alive. The Iudiam
whose lives he threatened fear to eleep
outside the town and conic in at sun
alxmt an hour I was in a sound sleep, from
which 1 did not awake until morning. 1
resumed business In two days.
H. F. Fum-BEK.
Dr. Oatllng baa patented a new gun metal
composed ot steel and aluminum, and said to
be of remarkable strength.
Dr. Sage's t "atari h Remedy cores when every
other so-called remedy fails.
Over two thousand hatters are said to be
r!le in Uanbory. Cona, owing; to dullness) ol
See Anttsetl Piano advertiaemeaU
CUltDRKX 8TAKTINO TO DKATH
On account of their inability t digest food.
will nod a most marvelous food aiwl remedy
in (!' Kanalsiost of ure od Liver
OU with Hypophaapbites. Very palatable and
easily digested. Dr. . W. Cohkn. cf Waco.
J exaa. aays: 1 kits usea your bunmoo ia It.
(antila wastina with good results, it not only
restore atd tissues, but gives strength aid
Inert asea the apprtiua. 1 am lsd to use suci.
a reliable article."
The custom for lad tea to carry alklnMticka
is once more becoming laaUionat4o in a.uropc
-Ah me."! sighed Potts. "I'm ti-ed of liring.
The world ia hollow, ambition's valo."
'tome now, ! said hi chum, 1 know the
It's aU your liver that's very plain.
Ton need not sunVr, fur help is easy;
fierce s Pullets go ngbt to the place.
A fnend to the bilious.' I well might call tberat
There a notuing better; the) u suit your cass.
Potts eeaand his ahrbing. and bought the
No more he monmeth his hapten lot!
tits face is cheertol. bis heart ia lightsome.
Hit melancholy ia quite forgot!
Seventy -thr-e vesaels went to the bottom on
the (treat Lukes last seasou, and involve-! the
aacriaceof 31 lives and the lose of 2..X)t.UJU
worta of property.
A rartlcle Is aprbe.! !Dta aacll oorfl nd is n-sreraste. : .. miaM
Prioi 60 eta at tfaunr SM by soad, retirtereO, u nr. ; w;g-si miunui v
KI.V BR THIERS 46 Wsrtenwt. new OV ll'!TI.A,fn
' ' IBcxmiitasto Katnno3taa. Sastnra Eaa.7
CAJTUL t Alli IN. vBOfiML
T7wastaa G"eaal BtrtVat Piwnrrm
AOrjfWJNrS tj urfec V tick-
St IXU LXCIU SC. K 03 ooin CESl Kew Taefe.
at A K. iH COLXJCTtOX.S -a btxmhia tn.
D F. BHXBKAH
SARSAPARILLA, YELLOW DOCK,
Todicle ol" I'ofass.
Tbt Gkkmkjl for breaJtfaat.
THE APACHE INDIANS.
J. H. riHlt.As.srrr Aaali ileal
1 t'lsesaiat. Laboratory, 108 first t Fortia.-d.
Or. Analyses made of ail aubstaneesw hates
for SMsayuig gold and silver ores sl-au. faca
fcgee sent by uiau or expmaa prumpUy atttuted
to, aad returns mad.
Ask tor Joy's Veretaible Narsmparlllm.
Unlike meat so called blood purifiers It does not
employ mercuritla or other dangerous xninerria.
but is a couiponid of powerful extracta and con
centrated juiecs of vegetable alteratives indige
nous te California.- It is a fortnuate combination
of the Tery flnntt blood pnrtner, liver and kidney
remedy and atfkmach regnlator In existence. Pre
pared only by the Edwis W. Jot Co., San Fran
cisco. For aaia by aU druggist, trice tlJDQ pax
bottle; si forjs.oo.
A Tribe TThlch Originated fram ttta Oat
casta of Otttar FasnUaaa.
Hie Apaches are of a low caste, so
far as Indiana are concerned. They
originated, beginning perhaps two ot
three hundred years ago, from the out
casts of other tribes from the Java
joes, the Moques and the Unias. In
addition to this, they have an admix
ture of the blood of the Mexican rene
gades, whom, of course, they have
welcomed Into the councils nf the tribe
on account of superior and ill-directed
knowledge of territory to be pillaged.
as well as intellectual superiority in
general. They will eat what few other
Indians would gastronotnicallr tackle
and are deficient in bravery and mag
nanimity compared with their brother
tribes. There are several branches of
the .Apaches. The Mescallaros de
rive their name from the fact that
mescal the plant from which mescal,
the well-known Mexican intoxicant, is
made is one of the chief articles in
their dietary. They roast it on flat
stones raised six inehes or so above the
earth, under which ' a fire is built.
Otherwise, the plant is boiled, and in
the early stages of its growth it is said
to be tender and succulent. The other
tribes are the Cyeteros (foxes), which
is the largest; theTontos (fools), who,
by the way, are perhaps the most
crafty of the combination; and the
Gilas, who are named for their prox
imity to the Gila river, from the banks
of which, as old-timers may remem
ber. Barn tun in his early career bought
the "woolly hrre," whiolt aroused
the ire of "Old Bull.'on" Benton.
Thev were once under one chief, Man-
gns Colorow, and, as illustrating their
conglomeration of blood, it may be
mentioned that the lately celebrated
Geronimo was a son of Mangos Clo
row, by one of his captive Mexican
slave squaws while Cchis was his son
by an Apache wife, antl the before
mentioned Chacowaa the son of Chocis
by a Mexican slave squaw. Alto
gether. 1 don't really think the Indian
is quite so white n he has been painted
by the sympathetic as well as mer
cenary novelist, nr is he so red as
history and some of his enemies make
h)' Washington Hn'chrL v
. . .
Convalescent (to phytioian) " I
ee your bill, doctor, calls for ten dol
lars. How much do you charge a visit?
Physician "Two dollars." Conva
lescent "But you only called three
times." Physician "Five times, my
friend. Three times for treatment and
twice for my money." Convalescent
" 1 guess I had better hurry aud pay
The ('tlaiaat ss fsl'tith for any
lriigth of time cause lrtitati n ot the JLa-g.
or Mint chronic T rust li-ae. -bmtrm
BnwfAwl Trorhrf are an ertecual t'o gh
Itentedy. Price r5 its. Soid on.' iu bom.
If afflicted with Bore Eyes, use 1. Isaac
Thompson s Kye Water. DrofrgistB sell It He
It cores RHat?MATO)f. Krrntsu. amis. Pimples.
Seraf ola, U..O, atacrta. Tuau'is, Sa't Bieun, sod
SterenrUl paina It InrnV tee Btuod. IeA-ires ti s
Liiera- d kidneys to healthy action, and stakes the
Ooaiplexia krictn and Clear.
J. R. GATES A CO.. Proprietors.
41T Nasssne MU Man Fra.ei s.
to rrmz iviii:!si
Jacobs & Co.,
atairaf -earreis sod Importers of
Lstties ClrMrsii's asi Infants' Wear,
11S Kearney Htr-e. !". P.
II u trab-d Cat-l'ignes eent f ee on application
innfl CJ b- cauI for eecii nd erer? grsAu of
vfcnowetrjred t2- moK lcd.iiir.ai ut4 cjlsj tcj
hAanaW m t let artict erer i-4yei lur Swttryi:f
( fix.!Jt .vu hkm-b- and fotuivmaM oC tfae Kin,
I t-ed acd isvicmod by the xd soc f -mm! &
I Hold hf ait finifi- at 5d oesss per bote
t Wt ie &rvi Kkii. Vfsirozcmd If W. iL WlHIiOM
j t f1 J fNrsB-r'avr mrm
A very Interesting and InHtmctlre fi-a-it
re a emlra ed iu the reo-nt offer tf .
Uuke, Sons & Co.. ti nuupIt their pair r
with a beaut fill oottrenlr album CMt'ait.
inie a complete collection of the K tiers.
Flags and t'oats-of-Arms of every tia'iou
iu tiie world. 'I h?y are to be presen:ed lo
pvrr onr in exchange for aeTenty-fl-. e i-n-Hoiled
hi.l'lera, aatue aa imlo-d in pork
agm of Cameo Cifrnrette. AddreM W.
I tuke, S-ma At Co., HJ First avenue Kew
York: or, Durham, N. C.
A big bone, which local physicians
of Carson. Nev., say Is a portion of a
leg of a man below the knee, was re
cently found near Genoa, Nev. It was
two feet long, and at the point hcn
it joined the knee was eight inches
across, or fire times the usual size. If
the man who owned the bone was built
in proportion he must have been about
twenty-6re feet hih. An active
search Is being made for the rest of the
The late Emperor William nn
evening at Baden Baden noticed an
officer iu civilian dress trying his luck
at trente-et-tiaraute, a pastime forbid
den to army officers. He had place'
two or three louis on the table and ha
won a nice little sum, when he saw tin
King opposite. He turned palf.
trembled, and hesitated to take ps
session of his money. Thereupon Kiu
William approached and whispered in
his enr: "Don't be afraid. Take if
vour monev. but don't do it affain."
.First bachelor "Where shall wr
go this afternoon, to the matinee, the
circus or what?" Second bachelor
What sort of hats are the ladies wear
ing now?" "Taller than ever." "Well,
let's go to a, balloon ascension."
The editor of a paper that has
adopted phonetic spelling in a meas
ure, received a postal card the other
day from a subscriber in the country,
which contained the following: "1
hav tnk yonr paper goin on levn years,
but if you can't spel enny better than
you've ben doin lately you may jes
stopDit," Texas S f.inrjs.
VaasMSsOfc - ' ' MY '"
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MLa,L -.t w sY fi t
ffl ' 1 I r4
General Agent for ADVANCE Threshers and Engines
An exchange says that outlff 1,000
graduates from our colleges-only seventy-five
make for themselves a name
and prominence. These are probably
base-ball pitchers, oarsmen, and high
jumpers. Philadelphia Inquirer.
vln the spring a young man's
fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love."
O, it does, eh? In the spring a young
man's fancy doesn't do any thing of the
sort. It turns to thoughts of how he's
going to get in about five thousand
honrs of four-hund.-ed-dollar-a-week fun
into "fourteen days of ten-dollar summer j
NOTHING IS KNOWN TO FCIKNCK AT
11 comparable ro the Cuticura Rkmkdiks
in their marvellous properties of cleansing,
purifying; and beautifyiiut the skin and in
tiring torturing, iitsnKiiring, itctiinx. scaly ana
pltMDly diseases or the sklu, scalp and uloou.
with loss of hair.
CirricCRa, the great Skiw Ct'RK, and Cttti-
CURa-oap an eaquisite Skin Boauuner, pre
pared from it, externally, and Outiccra Kb-
siilvknt. the new lilood Furirier. internally.
cure every form ot ekiu and blood disease, from
pimples to scrofula,
Hold everr where. Price: CcTIcrRA. 50c: Rs
SOLVKNT, $1; boap, S6c Prerared by the POT-
TKR DRUG AND CHEMICAL ( ft, rtOSTON, MABS,
Send fo " How to Cure Skin Diseases."
Tb eotly and beautiful works of art, rrprm-ot.
Ina, resp-tlvply, Mrs. Lsuimry aud Mile. Theo,
now eibihtted in the numerous store-windows
throughout tne entire Pari tic CVMMt, areeoowwd In
heavy old bevs ed frames, wl h bern abed and
ornamental tnslriennd lmMrted alaqa They are free
Irom any atvert hlns matter and ware Issued exclu
sively nr the patrons of the liufce's Cameo Cigar
ettea. How to obtain it sou of these pi lures, com
plete with frame and class, measuring Six 3s nches,
will be delivered. Free ol Charge, to so persona
who return to W. Duks, Rons & Co., No. Is Kront
street, Han Francisco, the largeM number of empty
(ft-cent) boxen of Duke's tfemeo Clitarettes on
aaitmt 1, ItlMS. No spedfled n timber of empty
boxes in necessary. In other words, any number
of nut-h box mm wul secure the aSrture where there
are nut fully ano persona who ttmirn larirn num
ber. Kulers, Flam and Cnat-orsrmswf all nations
In the world. Kaon. S-eent) box of Luke's Cameo
Claarettes contains a folding card. In three distinct
panels, on which appear respectively an accurate
portrait of Uvtne- Kuier and fichlv colored Coat-oC-Armsand
Klaasof the NaUons. Every one sendlne
to us 7& of these folders, nnsoiled, same as taken
from the drarette boxes, will receive Bouvenlr
Album. This Album is as beautiful. Interesting
and unique a publication as was ever ottered to the
public, and contains enm lete collection of the
Kulers, Coat-of-Arni and Flags of Every Nation,
snd representing 80 d (Terent conn tries. These
Albums will be delivered on and after May 15th,
and until run her notice, to all who send their full
address and 76 folders to the undersigned manufac
turers, wore I hose, who are saving tbeir empty
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, - ... jv , 'Tar : "M. . a a.
mt.Ti trttft rn i
' i 4- -
!r" f iii , -j ri t z-rrt . rr
nuke's Cameo boxes for tha i.nrfMiMe nf Mrnrln,
one of the plrturea of Langtry or Theo are re.olivlej
mat tne Mining cards trout such boxes will secure
lea, uuu-kneuds. chapped and oily m
t4T skin tire vented by CtrrioORA Soap.
l Dull Actio, i'aius and
C jt stantly relieved by the CtTTieURA Anti
it Z Pais Plartbb. Um only psln-kilUng plasti-. SSo.
Blf tf SaT given onlvaf
sat satisfaction la the
cur of Qoaorrbcea and
Gleet. I prescribe It and
feel sats la rcoommeno
inc It to all suffers re.
PBICS, tl.00. .
Sold by DrujoJista,
f .j? Carat laJ I
ri TO s DATS.
,aaraM M at II
1 4. I aaassStrtstaw
1 1 1 UrSsalysyaw '
1 f Ivasi Cbssdcsl Os.
t them an album also, providltui the quantity be
not leas than seventy-rive.
W. IDxilto, Sona tSa C3o.,
DcanAH. K. c, Ajsn jraw tokk.
largest lgsrete MaaurhrTctrent In ttee
vtr,d. Prodmtlo.i In IssT, 4,-;u.io. freseo
dKlly sales avenura over Two Millions. W. i.
Hot'HTOjr A tX , Pat-iflc t-OdSt Atfvnts, No. IS
Front Street, San Fnuicisco.
TO THE PUBLIC-
lor the Introduction ot Duke
TsIS a Dar. Samnles worth tl.M. FBKE.
lines not under ths horsss feat. Writs Brkw. I
STxa's SArsTT llxix Holds Co.,UoUy ,3Ilcbvl
. "The very costly
methods eduted .
ke's CVineo Clcarettea a
JUHtltied b the fact of such brand poswemaog- a tirl-
l n 1 1J i r- v ukiiii ior mvur irom tnat cum ok -oimuio
ts who call Ui-iira nste and Hit reflate Hunerloiity
In Quality The riLitlnctive merit In this Brand
Has Been Acquired bv th results of Liong and
Fallen tstudy, and In the Duke's Cameo tigarettea
we olfer the Fines Qualttv of per nally selected)
Bright and Hellcat Tobwcn r wn wttbln the
gol.tan belt of North Carolina.-We Justly claim
and emphatically assort thiil'T quality of this
brand 1 ITniivaled bv any at any price
ver produced In tmscouo" t.
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