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No Tillage so small.
No city so large. .
From the Atlantic to the Paclfio.
Dames known for all that is truthful,
all that is reliable, are attached to the
most thankful letters.
They come to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass.', and tell the one story of
physical salvation gained through the
aid of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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The horrors born of displacement or
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Pinkham, has brought them out of the
valley of suffering to that of happiness
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from women in one small town who
had regained health through its use.
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that an advertised remedy Is good. Some men
have a p'ejudice against anything advertised.
But surely the cures shown to have been per
formed by Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt must com.
mend it to every sufferer. They prove that It
cures after all else falls. It would be better to
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drugs, because a fair trial of it will make it un
necessary to use any other remedy. Dr. San
den's Electric Belt costs no 'more than one
month's doctor bill, 5, !0 or $15, according to
the power, and hundreds in this city say it is
wonh ten ti nes as much. Call and see It, or
send for the book. "Three Classes of Men." ,H
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A Resume of Events in the
. vsV Northwest.
EVIDENCE OF STEADY GROWTH
News Gathered in All the Towns o!
Our Neighboring States Improve,
ment Noted in All Industries Oregon
A large cougar, measuring 6 leet
from tip to tip, was killed near Alsea
last week. ' , '
' The Oregon PresB Association will
meet in Baker City on October 16, 17
and 18. , .'
Quite a number of the Umatilla In
dians are in the Gran Ronde valley, in
Union county, digging camas.
Just outside of the town-of Athena a
field of 25 acres of wheat has just been
harvested, and the yield was 52 bushels
to the acre. . .. '
The salary of the prinoipal of the
Roseburg school has been reduced to
170, and the nnder-teachers to $37.50.
The janitor's -salary was cut down to
$18 from $30.'-
Last week a piece of bridge timber
70 feet long and 40 incites in diameter
was cut at Saldun's logging, camp, near
Clatskanie, for the Astoria & Columbia
River railroad. ' - , '
At the custom house in Astoria one
day last week $1,200 duty on coal was
paid under the hew tariff, or $360 more
than would have been required under
the old law. .,''
Thirty-six bounty warrants for squir
rels and gopher scalps were issued, by
Marion county last week. The sums
for which the . warrants were issued
amounted in the aggregate to $94.10.
Mrs. Mercy Simons, of Sodayille, is
said to be the oldest person in Linn
county, and perhaps in the state. She
is 105 years old, Mrs. Fisher, who is
95 years old, is the oldest resident in
Albany. " ' -
The Columbia river annual confer
ence of the Methodist Episcopal church
will be held in Pendleton during the
week commencing August 25. The con
ference has about 85 ministers and
more than 90 charges. It is expected
that 150 visitors will be present.
Bishop Toss will preside.
A dispatch was received in Baker
City from Weiser, Idaho, announcing
the arrival of a smelter and that the
same would be immediately forwarded
to the Seven Devils. This is the first
move of importance toward opening up
tii is vast copper belt. One carload of
sawmill machinery was received at the
same time. The smelter is said to fie
of 75 tons capaoity, and one ton of
matte will equal four tons of ore. . As
the Peacock ore averages 20 per cent
copper, the lessees of the mines expect
to reap a rich harvest. . Several arras-
tras are being put up for the purpose of
working some of . the rich gold, ledges
which 'abound in the same district.
Aostin has a new flouring mill.
The State Bar Association will hold
its next annual meeting in Spokane.
More than $1,000 was paid the gill
netters in Blaine for one night's catoh.
The annual report of the auditor of
Adams county shows that the county
only owes $5,000. -
John W. Tfov, the alleged defaulting
auditor of Clallam county,1 has been
taken back to Port 'Angeles. -. It is prob
able that -his case will be settled out.
Of court. ".-;-. .; . !
The telephone line to Goldendale
will soon be completed. The poles are
all set, and the wire in place as far as
Winans. The line will -oross tne river
at Winans' place, being stretched be
tween their big stationary fishwheels.
It is reported that the' General Elec
tric Company, of Portland, has had a
survey of the Klickitat falls made re
cently for the purpose of furnishing
eleotricity for The Dalles and Gol Jen-
dale and to build an electric line from
Lyle to Goldendale. : .,! ..' i
So -many men 'are leaving' Skagit
county that'there is a fear of , crippling
the shingle industry in this county, as
the ' manufacturers say they -can't get
enough men to keep the Vnills in opera
tion. Even the farmers come to Mount
Vernon daily looking for help to work
in the hay fields. . . ' .
' The Walla Walla Statesman' says
that when the petition of the Commer
cial Club of that place to the war de
partment to have two troops of cavalry
Bent to Walla to replace those sent to
Fort Yellowstone was referred to the
commanding officer of the department
of the Columbia, that official made
favorable report upon the petition.
.Mrs Espey and her daughter Clara,
of Rockfor-d Spokane county, who
walked all the way from Spokane to
New Yorki oity, returned a few days
ago' to their home. ; Both mother and
daughter report . having had a good
time, and declare that their health was
never better, although the long journey
reduced them in flesh. Their object in
making the trip was for the purpose
of making enough money to lift a
mortgage from their farm. They were
in demand at thp various museums and
other places, where salaries were paid
them as curiosities. ,. '.. ,
The receiver of the bank of Puvallup
has received permission to sell the real
estate and other assets of the institu
The report of the- commissioner of
8sh and fisheries recently published
ihows that the government has dis
tributed iri Washington state daring
the fiscal year, 625 large-mouthed
slack bass, 450 yellow perch and 850
'.enoh; in Idaho, 495 carp, 758 tench,
1,475 brook trcut, 400 yellow perch,
170 largo-mouthed black bass and 2,
40,000 whiteflsh fry,
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER.
Jown!ng, Hopkins A Company's ReTtew
' of Trade.
The short sellers of wheat have but
a single argument left to support their
views, viz: The admitted fact that the
wheat crop of this countrv will beat
least 100,000,000 ,bushels larger than
that of last year. The current: news
during the week has been" extremely
bullish and developments have materi
ally strengthened the position of spec-
ulative buyers. Probably the most im
portant annoucement was Beerbohm's
estimate placing the European shortage
compared with last year at 224,000,000
bushels. This has been emphasized
and confirmed by, the activecash de
mand and enormous sales for export.
An additional aid in enhancing values
has been furnished bv the farmers
stacking their wheat at a' greater ex
tent than usual. Should the coal min
ers' strike continue a fortnight longer
it will prove a powerful, although un
natural, factor in enhancing values,
and in all probability result in a more
Serious congestion of the market for
Septemberdelivery than has prevailed
for fuly contracts. , The promise of an
abundant wheat crop in America, the
absence of competition in supplying
the requirements of importing coun
'tries, and the consequent increased .ex
port demand for American wheat'all
tend to benefit the American farmer.
Wheat Will prove a profitable purchase
on all reactions and the general tend
ency is toward a still higher range of
The American visible this weekshows
a decrease of "164,000 bushels, and now
totals 17,650,000 bushels against 46,
429,000 a year ago. . There is much to
be said regarding both sides of the corn
market, but after all is said it is still a
fact that valueB are extremely low due
to panic and overproduction. The
growing crop is not yet assured, and
with the enhancing values ruling for
wheat compared with producing years,
the increasing activity in general trade,
corn must participate to a greater or
less extent in the general improvements,
acoording as the crop promise to be
above or below that of last year. .In
any event, present values promise to be
well maintained, and there is little
if any inducement for speculative short
selling. 'Should the growing crop meet
with any mishap much higher values
will quickly obtain.
Wheat Walla Walla, 78c;
ley, 81c per bushel. , '
r Flour Best grades, $4.15: graham,
$3.65; superfine, $2.25 per barrel.
Oats Choice white, 8840c; choice
gray, 87 89c per bushel.
Barley Feed barley, $1616.50;
brewing, $ 1 8 1 9 per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $14 per ton;
middlings, $21; shorts, $15.50. 1
I Timothy, $1213; clover,
$10 11; California wheat, $10
11; do oat, $11; Oregon wild hay, $9
10 per ton.
: Eggs 1212c per dozen,
Butter Fancy creamery,' 35 40c;
fair to good, 80c; dairy, 25 30c per
roll. . '
Cheese Oregon, llj4' Young
America, 12c; California, 910c per
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.00
8.50 per dozen; broilers, $1.502.75;
geese, $34; ducks, $2.508 per dozen;
turkeys, live, 10 11c per pound. .
Potatoes. Oregon Burbanks, 85
45c per sack; new potatoes, 50c per
sack; sweets,$1.902.25 per oental.
Onions California, new, red, $1.25;
yellow, $1.50 per cental. "
Hops 10 lljo per pound for new
crop; 1896 crop, 4 6c.
Wool Valley, ll13c per'pound;
Eastern Oregon, 7 9c; mohair, 20c
per pound. . ,
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers
ard ewes,, 2i2c; dressed mutton,
4c; spring lambs, 5 per pound.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $4; light
and feeders, $2.503; - dressed, $3
4.25 per 100 pounds. ; V .
Beef Gross, top steers, $2. 75 3;
cows $2.25; dressed beef, 45c per
pound. ' ',. l
Veal Largo, 88o; small, ; 1
Butter Fancy native
brick, 18c; ranch, 10 12c.
Cheese Native Washington,
11c; California, 9jc "
Eggs Fresh ranch, 1819o.
Poultry Chickens, live, per pound,
hens, 10 11c; spring chickens, $2
8.50; ducks, $2.508.75. , ,.j
Wheat Feed wheat, $28 per ton. - -
Oats Choice, per ton, $28.
Corn Whole, $22; cracked, per ton,
$22; feed meal, $22 per ton. '
Barley Rolled or ground, ; per ton,
(.22; whole, $21.
Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef,
steers, 60; cows, 5c; mutton sheep,
So; pork, 63c; veal, small, 6.
Fresh Fish Halibut, 4c; salmon,
45o; salmon trout, 710o; flounders
nd sole, 84; ling cod, ' 45; rock
cod, Bo; smelt, 2)4c. ; V
San Francisco Markets.
1.: Wool Choice foothill, 912c; San
Joaquin, 6 months' 810o; do year's
staple, 79o; mountain, 11 13c; Ore
gon, 10 J3c per pound. '
Hops 7 9o per pound. . '
Hay Wheat,$1215; wheat and oat,
$ll14; oat, $1012; river barley,
$7 8; best barley, $9 12; alfalfa,
$7 8. 50 clover, $7. 50 9.. .
Millstuffs Middlings, $18.5022;
California bran, $1415 per ton.
Potatoes New, in boxes, 40 60c.
Onions New red, 7080o; do new
silverskin, 8595o per cental.
'Freeh fruit Apples, 20 80c per
small box; do large box, 40 65c Royal
aprioots, ' 2085o common cherries,
1525c; Royal Anne cherries,' 25 40o
per box; currants, $1.00 1.50 per
chest; peaches, 25 40c; pears, 20
40o; oherry plums, 20 80c per box.
Cheese Fancy mild, new, 8c; fair
tojjood, 70 per pound. ' v
HAD A VERY QUICK EYE.
A Man Ear prises Another Man Who
Writes a Letter.
The typewriter was clicking away at
a great rate, and a man was sitting
near watching the flying fingers of the
operator. , He was waiting to see the
attorney who was the employer of the
operator, and when the attorney final
ly entered the visitor did not observe
"Hello," exclaimed the proprietor of
the office, "what are you looking at
my typewriter so absorbingly for?
Have you been dreaming that he was
a lovely maiden In disguise, or some
other fairy story like that?"
"No," replied the visitor, "I was Just
trying to realize how difficult a feat I
saw a man perform yesterday, down at
one of the hotels, where there is one
of the fastest operators In town."
"What did he do? . Jump a board
"No, that's 'easy. . What he did was
different. A man who was with him
had some sort of trade on, I don't know.
Lwhat, but Just before they proceeded,
to conclude it, the other man said he
wanted to write a letter to his partner
in Chicago. He had it already draft
ed In pencil, and he took It over the
far side of the writing room and hand
ed It to the operator, saying to be care
ful, as It was very Important, and to1
get It done at once. Then he Joined
the other man, but before they began
talking a third party called the first
man aside for a short talk. As these
two talked, the operator at the machine
clicked at the letter, and the man who
was waiting for some reason, watched
the operator very closely as her fingers
flew' over the keys. . ,
"The letter was finished at least three
minutes before the talk was, and when
that was done the operator handed
the man the letter in an envelope duly
addressed and went' back to her ma
chine. The man put the letter In bis
pocket just as it was handed to him.
" 'I hope you will pardon me,' he said,
turning to the waiting man, 'for so
much delay, but" It was unavoidable.
However, I'm ready now to close with
you at the prices named.'
. " 'And I'd see you hanged before I'd
sell to you at any price,' said the other
man in a suppressed tone; greatly to
the surprise of the man with the letter
In his pocket. ,
"In another minute there would have
been a fight on, but I rushed in, as-did
another party, and Ih the excitement
the man with the letter got away and
disappeared. In response to our in
quiries as to what it was all about, the
man told us that he had 'made a study
of training the eye to quickness, and
that he practiced It whenever he saw a
typewriter at work. He h$d go per
fected himself In it that he could fol
low the fingers of the fastest operator,
and he could read whatever he might
happen to be writing. In this case he
had done the same without thought,
because the man with whom he had
the. trade on was engaged for the mo
ment. Before he had read five lines of
the letter, however, he' discovered that
the man was making arrangements
with his partner in Chicago to swindle
him' out of $5,000. It was a cold-blooded
case of steal, and the wonder to him
was that he hadn't hit the scoundrel
first and told him why afterward. .
"That was all there was to it," con
cluded the visitor, "except that we
tested him and found he could do what
he said, and now, if you don't think it
is a difficult feat, you watch your op
erator as she flies along some time at
sixty words a minute, and see if you
can read the letters her fingers dance
among." Washington Star. -
" Sure Cures " for Hiccoughs.
' For the common afflictlona, such as
colds, everybody knows a "sure cure."
When It was announced that a New
Jersey farmer, was dying of hiccoughs,
which had lasted a forthnight, though
the doctors tried fifty different medi
cines, two or three scores of persons
wrote to volunteer advice. He was
told to inhale nitrate of amyl; to drink
the Juice of 'canned huckleberries; to
rely on the "faith cure;" and other odd
remedies were offered, for example: .
Lie down, stretch your head back as
far as possible, open your mouth wide
ly, then hold two fingers above the head
so high that you have to strain the
eyes to see them. Gaze Intently upon
them, and take long,' full breaths.
, . Drink vinegar, or warm pit of stom
ach. 1 ',
Eat a raw onion while prinking a
bottle Vf old stock ale. ,
I suggest that you do something' to
make yourself sneeze.
Draw air Into the stomach through
the throat. ' '
Good 'drink of ;. fresh, warm milk,
drink with breath .at intervals.
Brandy and laudanum at frequent In
tervals, or very strong calamus tea."
Swallow a few lumps of butter slow
ly.,' Fortunately, the sufferer did not have
to take everything that the well-meaning
public proposed. He was cured, by
eating a small dish of ice-cream.
Statistical Item from Texas.
It Is estimated that 124,000 Uabies
have been born lii, Texas so far this
year. If all the colic they have suff ea-ed
could be gathered together In one pain
ten ear loads of soothta.g sirup would
not be sufficient to relieve it Estimat
ing that each baby has been walked
twenty miles, it appears that the, com
bined distance walked has been 2,480.
000 miles. If one parent had been com
pelled to do the walking for this in
fantile crop of 1897 it would have been
necessary for hdm to average twenty
miles a day for 339 years eight months
and twenty-five days, and the distance
would have equaled ten times the cir
cumference of the earth. Galveston
'-, Snow at the Equator.
: At the equator the limit of perpetual
snow la 14,700 feet
Morphine Fiends in America.
A Parisian work on the morphine
habit says it is most prevalent in Ger
many, France and the United States,
and, strange to say, that the medical
profession furnishes the laregst number
of morphinists, 40 per cent. Men of
leisure come next with 15 per cent,
then merchants, 8 per cent. Of 1,000
fiends 650 were men and of the female
victims women of means furnished 43
per oent and wives of medical men 10
per cent. -
A vigorous stomach is the greatest of mundane
blessings. Sound digestion is a guaranty of
quiet nerves, muscular elasticity, a hearty ap
petite and regular habit of body. Though not
always a natural endowment, it may be acquir
ed through the agency of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, one of the most effective invigorants
and blood fertilizers in existence. This tine
tonic also fortifies those who use it against ma
laria, and remedies biliousness, constipation
A magnetic well of great power has
been struck at Bowersville, five miles
south of Jamestown, Ohio. The well
was drilled 140 feet deep, and at this
dep h the drill became so magnetized
that particles of iron clung to it.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflam
ed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it 1s entirely closed deafness
is the result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
' F. J. CHENEY fc CO., Toledo, 6.
, Sold by druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
We excuse our selfishness by assum
ing our greater need. '
Piso's Cure for Consumption is our only
medicine for. coughs and colds. Mrs. C.
Beltz, 439 8th ave., Denver, Col., Nov. 8, '95.
John Pratt wore at his funeral in
Holden, Me.," the other day, a fine pair
of calfskin boots made for him in 1862
and worn every Sunday since.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARK ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
, EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA" AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA." AS OUR TRADE MARK..
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hycmnis, Massachusetts,:
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," "the same r
that has borne and does now -j? fT " on evert;,
bear the facsimile signature of (af7cUcU ' wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been,
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is !
the hind you have always bought nj? .T" 071 tMi
and has the signature o f A wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. H, Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. QSC Lt.j).
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger. the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a fewmOre pennies '
on it), the ingredients of which even he does hot know. 1 .
" The Kipd You Have Always Bought "
, BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
Kind That Never Failed
TMI CINTUH esMPANV, TT HURHAV STRICT. NEW YORK OITT.
"A perfect type of the highest order of excellence In manufacture."
Absolutely Pure Delicious Nutritious.
Be sure that you get the
genuine article, made at
P r? $h
Vtl ,CLl7 ;
(2)4 actual horsepower)
Price, only $185.
is the last day of the $1000
missing word contest.
Schilling s Best tea is
wonderfully fresh and fine.
Rules of contest published 'in larga
advertisement abo 'A the first and middU
of each month. ; a 28
Nicola' Tesla, the electrician, says
that he has practically perfected an ap
paratus by which telegraph messages
may be sent without wire". He pro
poses to give a demonstration of his
mastery of the electric currents.
Paris harbors a widow, Mme. Jules
Lebaudy, who inherited from her hus
band $25,000,000. As she disapproves
of theway in which he made his for
tune, she refuses to use it contenting
herself with an income of 6,000
fake money by suo
cessiul speculation Att
Chicago. We buy tfp l
sell wheat there on mar
gins. .Fortunes nave been maoe on a small
beginning by tradinit in futures. Write for
full particulars. Best of reference given. 8ev- '
eral vears' experience on the Chicago Board of
Trade, and a thorouirh knowledge of the busi
ness. Downing, Hopkins & Co., Chicago Board,
of Trade Brokers, unices in Portland, Oregon,1
Spokane and Seattle, Wash. : .... i
art, theological and preparatory courses. Btate ',
diplomas tor normal course. Twenty -erght In-"
struotors, 87 students. Location "beautiful,
sightly, in the suburbs, with all theadvantages
of a great city and none of its disadvantages.
Free from saloons and immoral places. Board
ing halls connected with school. Government
mild but firm. Expense for year from $100 to
2O0. School opens September 21, 1897. Cata
logue sent free. Address,
Thos. Van Scoy, D.-D., University Park, Or.
w Mbs. WinsloiTs booTHiKO Syrup should always be
) used for children teething. It soothes the child, soft- V
h ens the (rums, allays an pain, cures Wlna roue
9 cenu a i
k tne nest remedy for aiarrnaea. iwenty ore
It is the best of all.
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