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1 XU'W KTIUITI AMT I ed with the aneieut mumiuies of i'eru.
i» 1» L/ »> 01 11V1 V Luxlv 1 • i They are supposed to give comfort and
j D. BAKER.
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
Ido not Eat Pastry
How often you hear this
¡x« expression, and the ex-
? planation tiiat usually
( follows: “I atn troubled
J with dyspepsia.” The
S explanation is not far to
> seek. In the past Lard
has been used as the prin-
1 cipal shortening in all
M |i pastry,
pepsia. The dyspeptic
... < need no longer be
Gradual* ot one of the greatest dental
achools in America, the deiital department
of the University or Michigan, has opened
anoflice in Kooiu fl of the Union block. All
work in dentistry can be performed. Crown
and bridge work' a specialty.
(JALBREATH & GOUCHElt,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
(Ofllce over Braly'a Bank.)
M c .M ixxvii . lk ,
O beook .
truck and bray co .,
COULTER & WRIGHT, Proprietors
Goods of all description? moved and care
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will
be made monthly Hauling of a l kinds
W.COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN E C. EPPERSON
Paid up Capital, $50,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Deposits Received Subject to Check
Interest allowed on lime deposits
Sell sight exchange and telegraphic trans
fer, on Sew York. San Franci«<o and Port
Collections made on all accessible points.
Office hours from ft a. ni. to 4 p m.
. Dealers in
Highest cash price paid for Dressed Meats
Hides and Poultry. Market oil Third Mt.
neart'. Give us a call
Manufactures and Deals in
Anil sells tlieui cheaper than any oilier
dealer in the Valley M.v all home-made
harness is tbe favorite with all who have
tried them. Give me a call and get prices.
yy. M. RAMSEY,
pe W. FENTON,
Office, Rooms 1 and 2 Uuion Block.
THE COMMERCIAL STABLEI
Gatea & Henry, Props.
Livery, Feed and Sale!
Siwclal Accommodation« for Commercial
Corner Second and E Streets, one block
from Cooks hotel.
QUALEY & HENDERSON I
Marble and Granite
B ranch Y aiih —“Holl's Old
,......... to do Cemetery work in
all Its tranches at liottom price«. Any
one needing work of this kind will do
well to call and examine tlieir stock
and get prices lieforc going elsewhere.
BEAT IX THE WORE©.
sult In ■ New Drug.
•fleeted by two
boat, boxmi of
T Al ot L utr
4» L*N 11N "J*
yon 8H< bt dzai ^ rs gkhera lly . f yr
CAUTIOX.—ir M dealer ofter« W. L
Donyla« Shoo« at a rodaood
he ha« them without nam«
bottom, pat him down as »fraud.
Th. Aaaly.i. Will Re
weights of freight over tbe Andes. Fy
chewing morsels of It they are ena
bled to get along ft.r days without re-t
Sir Samuel Baker, tbe great explorer,
once fell upon a village of sick people
iu Africa. In order that they might
have It for medicinal use, he taught
them to make an alcoholic beverage
out of one of their native vegetables
When next he came that way, about
one year later, hr found the town quite
recovered from illness, but given over
to habitual intoxication. He was more
than doubtful as to the practical use-
fulness of Ills assistance.
The North American Indigos
long practised aseptic surgety—a sci
ence which is the most recent and im
portant of civilized medicine. They
possess excellent antiseptics, one of
them being a decoction of the root and
bark ofathe willow. This preparation
contains salicylic acid which is death
to bacteria. It is used by the als.rig-
iues in treating wounds.
Th. DlKlpUn. aad Punl.hn.nt ol th. Zulu
Th. Result of a Retreat.
mon Tragmty ol a Smelling Out.
work ot ail "itutugatl” or wizard,
Then they proceed to name tbe wiz-
. ard, who by art magic has contrived
the ill in question, and who, oddly MIND IS NOT HEALTHY WITH THE
enough, very often happens to be a
man rich 111 cattle of whom the king or
eblof is anxious to lie rid. Tbe circle is
The Ancient Ureeks Were RlgM la Enacting
formed, the doctors and doetresses, be
lor their Youth • Gymnastic Training. The
dizened in skins and bones, go through
«Uri» Could not Harry Unfess Proficient.
their antics and ceremonies, calling on
tbe shades of their forefathers, and con
sulting the spirits by means of bones,
The ancient Greeks gave the impor
which they throw like dice, till at tant subject of physical culture very
length tlie name of tlie guilty person careful attention, and were rigid in ex
1» revealed to them. Perhaps be is sit acting for their youth u gymnastic
ting there in the circle before them, training. Even the girls of Sparta were
safe In bls inuocency, and believing expected to be good gymnasts, and no
himself to 1« a trusted servant and sol young womau could marry unless she
dier of the king, when the isanusi was proficient in various exercises.
creeps up to him and touches him Consequently the bodies of both sexes
with the fateful wand, denouncing were healthy and beautifully developed
him as the man whose spirit thought .Their minds were also highly devel-
the evil thought the evil tliitfg. From oped, but not at tbe expense of tbe
the touch of the wand there Is no ap body, as is generally tbo ease uowa
peal, and for the most part tbe victim days. Grecian philosophers and phy.--
dies within the hour. He is led away, icians believed that the mind could not
and his neck is twisted or bis brains possibly tie in a healthy state unless the
are dashed out, and his name becomes body was in perfect health, and acted
a hissing and a reproach. Tlie same accordingly. It would be well with us
day, also, the king's slayers start for If it was compulsory for parents to give
the kraal of tbe murdered man, where tlieir offspring a course of physical
he may have five or six wives and fif traiuing.
teen or twenty children, together with
General physical exercise is the kind
dependents and slaves.
At night, required for boys and girls, and it is es-
when folks sleep heavily, they surround seu t ial 111 at jud ieios systematic train I ng
it and put It on tire. The victims rush lie pursued. This can be bad only at
out to fall upon the assegai or lie cast public or private schools where physical
back living into tbe flames. And so, culture is obligatory, or at well con
with the death of all, ends the very ducted gymnasiums, where there Is a
common tragedy of a “smelling out.”
system for training tbe body in a ra
CULTIVATE THE BODY.
unwilling to do this eau by simple
means build up and Improve the body
at home. Fur strengthening and de
veloping the legs nothing can be bet
ter than walking. A simple fait most
useful exercise, which all can practice,
Is that of breathing. When the breath-
Ing capacity ls~increased,“the general
health is Improved. For the breath
ing exercise, throw the bead up, the
shoulders back and the chest out; In
flate the luugs through the nose uutll
full; then exhale quickly until the
lungs are empty, and finish with long-
drawn inspirations. This should be
done, If possible, out of doors.
strengthening and developing the up
per part of the body a pair of light
dumbbell« 1« all that is needed. Phys
ical exercise should be taken regularly
and continued through life. It is a
remedy against many of lite disease«
prevalent at the present time. I urge
all who desire health strength aud
beauty to take plenty of outdoor exer
cise in addition to the home or gymna
Out door exercises
help to the development of the respira
tory organs.— William Tournier, in
Tlie Matabele people ate of Zulu ori
Tbe bureau of ethnology has forward
gin, although their Liood Is today much
ed to John Hopkins’ university for
mixed by Intermarriage with women
analysis a quantity of the hearts of cer
captured from the Masbona and other
tain species of cacti native to the In
tribes. At the beginning of this cen
dian Territory. These are eateu by
tury a king named Cbaka reigned in
the Kiowa« and other Southern prairie
Zultiland, to w hom it Is necessary to
tribes, producing an intoxication some
refer in order to make clear the history
what like that of hasheesh. Used In
of tbe Matabele. Chaka, by tbe force
moderation they area most powerful
I tonic. Like the famous cocoa of Peru,
of his genius, built up tlie Zulu nation,
which liefore his day consisted only of
they check waste and so stimulate the
scattered tribes. These tribes he con
bodily activity as to enable a man to
quered one by one, enrolling in bls reg
work linrd without sleep for (lays to
is substituted for lard in
iments every ablebodied man who re
the preparation of all food.
mained alive, till at length be com
The Indians cliew these cactus
It is composed strictly of
manded un army of about 100,000 sol
hearts and swallow them. They in
highly refined vegetable
diers. With this army lie swept the
duce a condition of exaltation. While
oil aud beef suet. When
surrounding conutry till he reduced to
under the influence a man is lifted out
used as a shortening, it
a desert vast expanses of southeastern
of lilmself, as it were. He Is wide
produces wholesome and
Africa that uutil his day had supported
awake, yet dreamlug. The intellect is
healthful pastry. Physi«
ii teeming population. Thus, at the
A GOOD GENERAL
not clouded, but stimulated. But the
cians and expert cooks
THE INTERIOR’OF ALASKA.
; end of the last century, Natal was very
most remarkable thing about this plant
indorse it. Retuse substitutes.
How Coyotes Catch Ü hm , as Related by
Send three cents in stamps to N. K.
is tiiat Its peculiar eft'ect Is not followed A Place Where It Is »0 Still That One Could i thickly peopled; but when it w as occu
Fairbank ft Co., Chicago, fur handsome
pied by white men, after Chka had
Hear Himself Breathe.
by an reaction. On that account it
Cottolene Cook Book, containing six
hundred recipes, prepared by nine emi
raided it, its inhabitat ts consisted of a
Apropos to a stery relative to the
nent authorities on cooking.
few ; thousand individuals living in
At the same time it is neither a nar
Cottolene is sold by all grocers.
good generalship of coyotes catching
A remarkable story is told by Rev.
cotic nor an opiate. The southern E. C. Wallis, a missionary of the Epis
jack rabbits, which appeared io the
prairie Indians, with whom the eating copal church, who arrived here recent porting n miserable existence by dig
Chronicle a few days ago, Mr. Wealdou
Hade only by
of tlie plant is a religion, regard it as a ly from the Porcupine river, in the ging for roots or by devouring any hu
tells for truth how they catch wild
N. K. PAIRBANK & CO..
a cure for all diseases, especially for
tional way. Many people think that a | geese, which indicates even greater
ST. LOUIS and
ELECTRIC LIGHT BUGS.
HICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON?
consumption. At tlieir sacred festivals Alaska, on the edge of the Rocky Chaka’s military system, Hie parent of
gymnasium Is a place forsporting men. cunning
and places them on a par with
mountains. It is mainly about the in that of tbe Matabele, was the most
they remain for days in the state of ec tense cold, the immense herds of
Ulan! tfectl.» That are Attracted tu the Citte» This is a mistake. Clergymen, doctors, the fox, if not superior to them in reas
thorough-going and the sternest that
students, clerks, governesses, and soci- < oning power and knowledge of the hab
h> Electric Lights.
reindeer, and the subMme magnificence
Experts at the John Hopkill» univer of the aurora borealis. Dr. Wallis, the world has seen. He armed his
ety people frequent respectable gymna its of their victims. He says two of
sity will obtain from the specimens fur says the San Francisco Examiner, has troops with the short stabbing assegai,
Electric bugs have made their ap siums. The gymnasium of today is a them will set their heads to catch a
nished tlie active principle of the plant. been seven years in the wilds of the in place of the tbrowluh spears former pearance in Pittsburgh and have led very different place from that of fifty goose, and thia is the way they do it.
WILSON & HENDERSON. Props.
Thus it is expected that n new medi Porcupine river, and for the last ly in use, and woe to the man out of the Dispatch of that i y to make a years ago. Formerly tlie aim of the They will separate so as tocouae up on
eighteen months his wife has been
cine, valuable, perhaps, for many pur with him assisting in teaching the In tbe battle without his weapon, for that study of them.
gymnast was to turn out men who both sides of a flock of geese. One of
I man was Instantly put to death. In
These bugs were iv America when could lift heavy weiglitsand court death
poses, will be added to the pharmaco dians.
them, the one on the side against the
the country was first liscovered and
on the flylug trapeze. Nowadays all wind from the goose or geese, for they
It does not appear to be generally
Dr. Carl Lumlioltz. lia« recently dis known that there are vast herds of for the Zulu warrior—death. If he tries. Before electric lights were this is changed: physical training is figure on scent as well, will approach
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
covered that four varieties of this cac reindeer in that part of the country married without the king's leave he known the bugs w.ere seldom seen and carried on in a scientific manner; men the flock very stealthily, getting as
LATEST STYLE RIGGS
tus are known to the aborigines ill Dr. Sheldon «Jackson, superintendent and ills bride were killed by the king's not often were specimens of them ob of ability have made physical culture a
AND APPOINTMENTS. northern Mexico. One giant kind is of education for Alaska, and Capt. order; if he showed cowardice or even tained. As soon as electric lights ap profession, and their object is to make near as laswible without being seen.
The other approaches from the wind
Ilealy of the Bear have for a couple of
regarded by them as their chief medi years been importing reindeer from hesitation in tight be was killed; If he peared in a city, so did the bugs.
their pupils healthy, strong aud grace ward, and takes no pains to conceal
Special Attention Given to
The bugs resemble files in shape.
cine, lieing much more powerful than Siberia, and this is the reason for the offended against the iron laws of disci They have six legs or claws, glossy ful. Most modern gymnasiums have himself. Approaching to within alsmt
than tlie plant employed by the Ki- supposed scarcity throughout that pline he was killed; If lie was badly wings, a body like a beetle and rather appliances for the cultivation of every fifty yards, lie will deliberately seat
Third Street, Between E and F, McMinn
owas. They can drink any amount of region; but the scarcity appears to be i | wounded or grew to be too old to be of large eyes. Directly between the eyes part of tlie body, »mi able instructors himself on Ms haunches and eye the
corn beer and this remedy will take towards the southern, southwestern further service lie was killed to put they have what is called a spear. This, uml physicians in attendance.
flock. The geest are amused at bln
and northern coasts. In the far in him out the way; and if lie was sus their only weapon of defense, is about
1 advise all young and middle-aged hungry expression of countenance, l>ilt
away all ill effects.
terior there are myriads of them.
The plant is pounded and thrown
men and women to spend an hour a knowing their security is assured by
“They are remarkably numerous
grown bug. Their sting, is very pain
into water to stupefy flsh. Tills meth everywhere about mjr mission near the gether with his wives and children. ful, but it is not poisonous. They day in earnest systematic physical ex their power of flight, pay no attention
sower has no
od of making flsh drunk, thus render mouth of the Porcupine river,” said Thus it will be seen that when tbe never fight unless interfered with.
ercise. The best plan is to enter a gym to the qua<Iru|>ed, only to return Ids
you would attirst sue-,
ing their capture easy, is much prac the reverend gentleman. “Back to risks of constant warfare were add.d
ceed, be sure aud start with
Electric bugs do more good than nasium where some system is em stare. In the meantime, coyote No. 2
ticed in some parts of the southern wards the mountains from my house I to those of tbe kings wrath, tlie chance harm. They eat up the smaller in ployed. There are several systems of is creeping up on them front the other
Rocky mountains. Certain tribes in have seen great bands of them, and al was tiiat tbe Zulu of tlie day of Chaka sects, and it’s a novel way they have, physical training- the Swedish, the aide, and lie often gets within a very
most everywhere I looked I could see and Dingsnn would not die a natural tod. of catching them. If they had to
Arizona employ tlie common yucca for
German, the English, and the so-called few feet before they bear the footfall of
them. Thi» summer when the ice
ttie purpose. But thé Zunis never do broke up on the river I remember see death. Nor, indeed did lie desire to do fly after insects to catch them they American. Tbe Swedish and tlie Ger his padded feet. Then they'rise. It is
Ferry’« Beetl Annual ior 1894
would never capture any. They lie
contains tlie sum and substance
this, because they worship fishes. Ev ing six or seven of them on a cake of ice so. Cruel as it was, Chaka’s law at upon their backs with their six tiny man are considered by competent a hul.it of geese when rising to fly close
of the latest farming knowl
edge. Every planter should
erything pertaining to water is sacred floating down, and I saw many others tained its end, for rarely, Indeed, did claws in the air. Then they move judges to be the best. The teachers of to the ground for quite a distance l>e-
have ii. Sent free.
any forces of ills turn tlieir backs upon
to them, by reason of the value of the floating on the ice.
them slowly to and fro. and thus at-! the German system claim that it is tlie fore mounting to a higher elevation,aud
D.M. Ferry ACo.s
“For much of the time I have lived the enemy. Sometimes they were an tract the attention of their prey. As liest because it aims at general physical tlie fleet-fiaited coyote haB only to rub
fluid in that arid region. They l<«k
witli horror on a flsheater as a god at the mission. I have subsisted almost nihilated by su|terior numbers; l>ut soon as an insect alights upon one of culture, and tiiat it keeps the mind as under his goose, spring upward and
exclusively on reindeer meat. It is they were not defeated, for they held the claws it is promptly seized and de
eater—worse than a cannibal. ,
well-as tlie body in a wholesome activi catch him by tlie legs. When this Is
very good, and 1 may say it is about
The aborigines have long been famil the only kind of meat you don’t get it better to die with honor on tlie spears voured.
ty. This system wa» founded by Jahn done bis pul in the sitting posture leis
iar with an immense number of nar tired of. I think it is better, all things of tbe foe than with ignominy lieneatli soon as tlie warm weather sets in. They in 1810. Il embraces three departments, urely comes forward and together they
cotics and stimulants. The Hoopahs considered, than beef, and you can eat the club of the executioner. .Once, in are rather small at first, but in less sclnsil gymnastics, popular gymnastics enjoy their meal, and no quarreling
rnd other Indians in California smoke it longer without its palling on you. deed, a regiment of Cbakas retreated than a month they attain their full ami military gymnastics. The found either about the breast or drumstick.
wild hemp. One or two full inhala The Indians eat it almost exclusively, in action after suffering terrible losses. growth.
er's aim was to make the youth of Prus It will thus be seen that the coyote is a
Some of them measure over three sia strong and courageous to defend good general. He plans a ruse, allows
tions of it induces stupor, followed by and they are very big and strong. On Its return to the king’s kraal, Cha
Some of them are six feet in height, ka mustered what was left of tffat regi inches in length and are nearly an inch
ecstasy. The Mojaves, Yumas and ami the average is about five feet ten
wide. They lay their eggs in the bot tlieir country when needed, and from for the wind giving him away, and
other tribes of Colorado and Arizona inches. They are genuino North Amer ment, about 2,(100 men, and witli them tom of rivers. It is estimated that one his idea the present German system ot takes cognizance of the habit of tlie
chew the dried leaves of a plant resem ican Indians, and not the Aleuts, Es tlieir wives and children. Then lie ad female bug will lay three thousand gymnastics has grown. The Swedish goose In flying low, which enables him,
dressed them, bran.',ng them with the
bling the Eastern jimson weed, which quimaux, or a mixture of the two.
eggs in three months during her life system was devised by Ling at thecom- to jump and catch it. If this is not
“I keep an Indian hunter, and he name of cowards, and at a signal other time. The eggs remain in the mud menement of tills century, and has reason, instinct is not very far remsved
has ti flower like a huge, sweet-scented
during the winter and are batched by been improved by his followers, who from it.— Halle* Chronicle.
morning glory. The frenzy induced supplies me with all the reindeer meat
I want. He also brings in grouse, in and slaughtered them every one.
the first warm wave.
An agreeable Laxative end NEltVB TONIC.
by it is useful in religious dances.
assert tiiat It aims at an harmonious re
Bold hy Tlrinor'Mn or seat by mall. 26c., 60o.,
ducks, bear and other game as I need
After this sanguinary object lesson it
Toward the end of the summer when lation of body to mind, and that it is
More than fifty species of plants pos it. I have learned to shoot pretty well
and St.00 per package. Samples free.
3.TÁ The Favorite TOOTH T0WTX1 sessing narcotic properties of tobacco, myself, as all white men do in that re was natural that an impt wliicli lnul insects become scarce the bugs kill the best for the development of The
small fishes and eat them. A swarm of
. A new imperial train for the czar of
to which several of them are related, gion. The ducks and grouse, like the been so unfortunate as to meet w ith the bugs will go after a small fish and fundamental functions. It Is a system
Itussia in at present I wing built at the.
are used by the Indians of California reindeer, are remarkably good eating. disaster ti|H.n its mission of conquest stab it to death with their spears. of voluntary movements arranged and
Alexandrowski wagon manufactory at
Notice of Final Settlement.
“It is fearfully cold there. Last win should- shun the presence of its king They then carry the carcass of the flsh executed with care.
and the southwest, Tbe Zunis vary
St. Petersburg. It oonsists of eleven
Notice is hereby given tiiat ihetindersign- the effects of their tobacco by adding
comprise leg movements, which In
carriage«, of which one la reserved for
e<i ns administratrix.with the will annexed. tv it different vegetable substances. To a time down to sixty degrees, and I when Iioliengula's fatlier, Umzilikaze, them for food many days.
crease circulation and regulate the act-
,,f the estate of Samuel Turner, late ot 1 am-
have seen it go even considerably low or Mosilikatze, the I’on, one of Chaka's
These bugR can propel themselves tion of the heart; back and cheat move the railway officials, a kitchen carriage
hill countv. state of Oregon, deceased, has
er. At no time in the winter, nor dur
tiled in the county coart ot said county her middle bark of the pine tree. To make ing other winters that I have been generals and head indunas, failed in through the water faster than .a, fifth, ments. which strengthen and expand and two luggage van«. With the ex
ception of wheel« and axles, which
final account of her administration of the
conquering tlie tribes against whom be Fishes fear them, although they are
es'.te of said decedent, and that «aid court it stronger, they put with it wild carrot there, was it higner tnan iorty degrees. hull been dispatched, lie took counsel never attacked by them when insects the lower part of the chest; heave move have lieen supplie.1 by Krupp, at Essen
lit .ppointed Tuesday, tlie Gtli day of seed or coriander seed. To render it This cold is excruciating. We lived in
are to be caught, These bugs have ments, which strengthen the arms and
Marct. lstH, at 1 o'clock p. tn. of said day
a solid log house, a good warm one, but witli those under his command, and been known to kill some good-sized tlie upper part of tbe chest; shoulder the whole ot the material 1« of Russian
as the i.-u". and tlie usual place of holding sweeter they employ anise seed.
origin and manufacture
Many South American tribes make many a time I have awakened in the instead of returning toZululand struck finny specimens.
said co'::' in tlie court house in McMinn
movements, to pull the shoulders back;
By means of a very powerful aut«-
The first cool wave that comes drives respiratory movements, balance movi-
ville i<< d countv nnd state, astlie place an intoxicating drink by soaking corn night and found the blankets, which away north across the eouutry that 1«
for he >• said hnnl necoiint and object
were kept up well under the nose, now known as the Transvaal, to found the bugs to the river, where they re
niutlc brake the train can be brought
ions flier, v . and directing notice thereof
frozen into a cake of ice. Sometimes
main until the frost kills them. When
to a Htaudstill in a minimum of time.,
to lie given.
pectorating it into a bowl. Tlie liquor the intense cold cakes the blankets for a people of ills own In the far Interior. they (lie they are eaten by thefishes.as English system of free athletic exercise«
from every one of the carriage«. The*
Therefore, all persons interested m «aid thus obtained is permitted to ferment
a long distance down.
a sort of poetical retribution, no doubt. has been tried with great success in Interior of the carriage« is appointed
estate are ncrebv notified to file their ob
“Meats and everything froze, and went it slaughtered, often out of mere
jections, if any they have, to said account over night, when it is ready for use.
The}’ are more numerous in the city France. No doubt it has a wonderful with mucli taste. The windows are
at the time and place above stated.
This is precisely the method employed you would throw them anywhere with wantonness, thousands and tens of now than at any other time. If the influence on tbe moral and social qua li
Dated February Ist^M.. TrBSEi(
different on Ixitli .ide«; the side with
by I be Polynesians in the preparation out thinking. The worst’ experience thousands of peaceful Basutos, who bugs remain away from the water lies of the young. The so-called Amer
tlie corridor pan window« of uniform
was trying to make bread. The yeast were quite unable to withstand the until daylight they cannot find their
of the so-called “kave.” There are
ican system is a mixture ot tbeGerman
would freeze in spite of you, often
Ramsey & Fenton, attorneys for the estate.
size, while the windows on the otner
way back to the rivers until night sets
very few savages in the world who do times even when the greatest care was trained onslaught of the Zulu regi
in again. Daylight has the same effect
side are made In accordance with the
nflt know how to get drunk, though exercised. If you stepped out. every ments. At length it reached tlie nclgh- on them as electric lights, only they fly of physical culture take the best ideas
requirements of the various compart
Notice of Final Settlement.
distillation is a process of modern civ thing was so still and so intensely cold liorhood of the Zambesi and estuSlish- high in the air instead of in circles or from all systems, and find that the
ments. The passages between the va
against lamp globes, and consequently combination works well.
Notice is hereby given that the nnderslgn- ilized invention. Capt. Bourke U. 8.
rious cars are vestibule.!.
i habits. Here Umzilikaze or M.isili- do not die from exhaustion.
e<l ns executrix of the estate of Janies Mc- A., thinks that the ancient Mexicans a rustling sound.
Phillip. deceased. Ims Wed her linai ac
The carriage of the czar aud czarina
“I discovered a queer thing about i katze "set up his kingdom, beyond tbe
count of the administration of’»/1* -'»late
Gold In th* Southern States.
tem.. My aim is to suggest practind h connected directly with the dining
the cold, nnd it was this: Below forty reach of the arms of Chaka and Din-
in Hie countv court of Cambili eounlyj quest.
means whereby the body can be culti r am; then «>mu» the large saloon car,
degrees you didn't notice it any more gaan.and to him in the course of years, j
ststcof (flegoo. and «aid court Im«
There is considerable discussion just
On the other liand, tbe making of than forty degrees. It might go to
Tnesdav ilio'ltli 'lay of Marell. A 1> WM. at
vated. The Swedish, German, English the carriages of the grand dukes, etc.
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said <l».v at fermented drinks has been understood sixty degrees, or even more, but it
the county court room at McMinnville. by the most primitive people all over made so little difference that you didn’t nowan old man. Zulus themselves, the prospects of gold mining in the and American systems are nil goisi, The carriages will 1« sent ou a trial
Yamhill county, Oregon, as flic lime ami
these kings took the Zulu system as south. It i.i known that there is a and either, judiciously followed, will trip to Copenhagen; some of them have
ntaee of hearing said account.
. the world from prehistoric times. Af notice it. It was all practically the
their mode), both in matters social and vast quantity of gold-bearing rock in bring aliout the desired result. Gym- already been «ent to Vienna and lock.
Now, therefore, all )wr-oo« inter, sled in rican natives universally know how to same to you.
Maryland. Virginia. North Carolina.
said estate are hereby notified ami required
military. They lived and live by war Georgia and Alabama. Though mil nasties should be directed toward pro Railway Review.
to appear at said lime ami place ami slmw prepare drunk-producing liquors from in that region cannot be told. The
moting tbe healthy activity of the or
lions of gold have been taken out of
cause if nnv there lie why said account such simple material as the tops of
heavens all winter long are lit up with ambitions of their subjects not to the these bed« most of them have not been gans that make blood, to correcting de
’«liould i.ot lie allowed and said estate final
broom-corn, sugar cane juice and cocoa- a golden glow. Indeed, I may saj' the
ly settled ami said executrix dis. Iiargial.
cultivation of the soil and other useful thoroughly worked and many* of them fects, and to tbe perfection of the hu
The making of a |*rfe< t aluminum
nut milk. The Esquimaux did not colors—the sparkles and flashes—are
I’p to man figure. The most helpful move
pursuits, but to the joy of blisidHlted have been merely scratched.
know how to get drunk until the fur so many, constant and varied that no
Executrix of *ai»l estate.
the time gold was discovered in Cali ments aie also tiie most beautiful. Tbe casting io any but email size has lieen
traders nnd whalers from Europe fur one can describe them. There is prac
Raiuwey A Fenton.
fornia there had been produced in the Greeks cultivated tlie body «« no other so difficult as to hinder the wider use
tically no day during the year. For wars, indeed, are but a poor imitation United States M2.xos.575. ami all ex
Attorney* for Baia estate.
of tliejrew metal. According to a con
nished them with rum.
two or three months, up to December of the desperate conflicts in which they cept ■*H7.^50 came from southern states. nation has done, with this result. In
temporary Ulis difficulty lias been prac
When Cohimbus landed, no Indians 15. from nine to twelve o'clock, there
were engaged under the rule of Cliuka,
Nearly all the previous gold mining
tically overcome, u i’bilntlelpbia flitn
were acquainted with alcoholic bever is a sort of dawn, but the rest of the ! consisting as they do tor the most part
in the south has been conducted on build up the weak parts first; tlien ex- being now able to manufacture pure al
ages north of Mexico.
time it is night. It is so clear that yon [ of rai.la upon the industrious and peace- methods which are now obsolete. The erelse should be taken so us to bring
uminum Initbtulw. The tiathtub la<h«
Ths Apaches of southern Arizona, can go out and read a newspaper any
| ful Mashona and other almost defense improved methods of working sul- nearly all the muscles into action at the scribed a* having an oiitahle width of 2 •
who are the most murderous and un where.
“The four or five hundred Indians at less trilies. Still they have stifllcd to gold mining in the south.
tamable of all North American abor
of the heart and lungs, besides increas- feet 9’» Inches, an miteide length of 5
my mission are bright, and good prog slake the national lust for slaughter,
Tbe official figures show that upto ' Dig tlie circulation «nd respiration. feet ID inche*, nnd an jindde depth of 1
iglnes, make a terrific whiskey from ress has been made in instructing
i and to pre|iare Maslionlund and other 1892 Georgia had produced 815.902.260
We want manr men. women, liny«, and «Irl.to the sap of a small species of cactus.
foot lOinrhe*. The thick newt of the tub
them. Nearly all of them can read in ¡districts to receive the white man by worth of gold. North Carolina 821.5-S5.- Many musclesof the Issly, from lack
work lor » • few hour, daily. n«lit In «nd »“>«»<
Ki of an huh and the weight HO
tlwir own borne» The bu.lne« i»
exterminating the greater part of tlieir 844, and Virginia 83.180,010. These are
pound*. In eon*i«lerati<»n of the fact
.trletly honorable, and pay» better tli»n an) o Iwt resetnhflng little cabbages, and in the various religious and other books,
the official figures, but the real value term for this wasting is at ropy, and to
ofrrml .lent.- Ym. b..« « el«r «eM .ml '« cup-shaped receptacles left behind the which have l>een printed in England, aboriginal inhabitants. The retreat of of the gold product of these states has «void it every muscle in tile body (hat aluminum <*an alwajra lie kept
compettlbm. Fn-rlene. and «P-eW abUit; «» sap accumulates. From this this they for their use. They have an entirely the Matabele from Zultiland was too
undoubtedly been much greater.
•liouid lie exercised regularly. Light, bright, and that it will neither break,
neceMarr. No capital required, «oeqmpy««
different language from any other In hurried to allow of their lieing accom
Stone, after a visit to Califor quick exerei«e is tile liest
™-rrtt.i.>« that yo. nee.1. Irra. ym>
distill the famous ’’mescal,” which
Heavy chip, crack, warp i»r corrode, it« uee In
dians. There are five different lan panied by won hi i for tlieir want.«, nia in 1x7.1. said that he was satisfied
«nd help ro< to earn ten time, ordinary wapw. drives those who drink i» to sheer
diimielM-lls or pulley weights slaiuid the manner Mated given it a new com
that the gold ores in the south are the
Women .Io »» well »« men. .nd Imy.
to the mouth of the Yukon, and no one captive« taken in war, with the result I richest and easiest tn work in this , not le used. One hour's vigorous ex- mercial value, uh in every added form
make too.1 par. An. one. anywhere, ran do the madness.
or nervb*? It han a new demand and a
wort. ^LII mcceed «Im foU”’ ”«T’tai"
Probably the most primitive method tribe can understand the other. The
Recently there have been i en-ise daily i« all thst 1« needed, nnd
pl« .urwtion. Ear»..! work win .«rely bring of distilling I» practiced by tlie Ind fans languages are allasdifferentas French that today only a small projiortion of m»?ny prospector* through the gold re I «lioul<i always be f.«flowed tey a tepid , wider market.
the nation are Zulus of |atre bkasl.
^^tt7Xr’wrli.^Xr‘" mpM^nof Aln-kn. wh-~»ppnratu« for the pur- is from German.’’
gions of the south and we look for in ¡bath. Avoid everything that throws
East bound trunk line shipment« of
The -.fflclal returns show an Increase
The Zulu eustoim are still adherrei creased activity in gold mining in
etrral»r?m.l reerlve fnH Inrormniion. >'• h*™
extra «train u|«in tiie heart, and aim nt
in exjmrt« from Canada for the pant sig
done if you enacted« not to
than two tin cans and a tube of the bread-stuffs and provisions from Chica to by them, however; thus “«melling Georgia and every other southern the correction of error« of »lutrifmii.
months of nearlyGOO.ono.OtSi The im
kind of seaweed known as“giant kelp.” go for the year 18B3 wete 2,152.236 tons, out” is largely practiced. This is the state where there are known to be
All who can po«dbly enter a gynius- port« ft.r tlie pant six months increased
course of a "«melling out;” Humeburfy heavy deposits of gold.
eorce tinson AC o The tube is buried In «now to keep It against 1,735,082 tons in 1R92.
. ahtni «liould d»* ao, for public gymna- half a million dollar«.
die», or perha]» the king or one of hi«
ctiol. Molese»-- furnishes the raw ma
The amount of money received and wives Mitter« from mysterious pain«, or
j «inmiie are now so conducted that by
expended for tbe relief of the miners
1245,AM,non in 1MM, »• compared, with j following the directionnof theinetruc-
French import. decreased 16l,.‘tnO,OW
Leaves of tlie count plant, which, as during tbe recent general strike in Eng a child is born deform«!, or a murrain
______ ’ in
Tlie exports tov« it is alm<mt impoHsible to exercise francs in IMrt, "• comjmrwl with those
out among tlie royal oxen. Tl»e |241.388.WW
baa been said, somewhat resembles in land wraa £101,714.
fbctfVMM arc com - amounted to liA.fllwm, by far tbe in »«ch a way aa to be detrimental to of the pn-cedlng year, anil the exports
its properties the cactut of «mithern
tbe evil to be tbe gtpatent in the hiMory of tbe dominion, health: but tboae wbo are nnabie or decrea«.«! 251,119,000 franc«.
N«rvlBe for Norro« Prootratkm
prairie Indians, are always found bnr-
Livery, Feed, Sale !
BOOTH &, LAMBRIGHT,
l.««ve* no III Effect».
TIIE CITY STABLES
It Pruduw. . Conditio. ot Es.lt.tlon But It
M c M innville
J PREPARED FROn THE HEART OF have lieen written of the useful nets of A PEOPLE RESULTINO FROM A
this herb to tlie men who carry great
THE CACTUS PLANT.
Office Upstair» in the Garrison Building.
J. CLARK, D. ». 8.,
strength to tlie dead.
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