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THE NEW ELDORADO
The rains are cut oft
by the high mountains, and the
Borne people will never wake up till the
warm ocean air is not felt. From No-
Fast horn blows, and then they’ll ask if
THE GOLD FIELDS OF ALASKA , vember to April the mean temperature
that's tlie horn for dinner. Delays are dan
remains continuously below the freezing
AND THE YUKON.
gerous and ruinous. Thousands can say if
i point, often remaining for weeks at a
they hadn't put off an opportunity, they
time below zero and occasionally going
would have been rich and happv. Some
Geography, Climate and
Resource, as low as 60 or 70 degrees below zero.
When a girl Is worried about the kind never know they have rheumatism until
of the Now Famous Megion of the It snows about one-third of the time in of neckties a young min wears she crippled by it. and all the while in pain,
thinking it will pass off. But St. Jacobs
winter, but the snow does not become
Far North-Great Extent of Ground
loves him.—Somerville Journal.
Oil never delays, and is always wide awake.
| excessively deep, though frequently the
It goes straight to its work of cure in a bus
to Be Prospected.
The difference between the astron iness
storms are very severe.
wav, und cures rheumatism in any
form a id at its worst stage. It's a live
The mean temperature of the interior
Purchased from Russia in 1867 for i during tiie summer months is 60 to 70 studies the stars and >..e other under
studies them.—Philadelphia Record.
Mid-Channel Mines a Failure.
$7,200,000, Alaska was a portion of the
days. The Yukon region, being so far
‘•These lake excursions seem so lone
The recent experiments made by a
United States for 30 years without at north, has the long summer days and some.” “Lonesome? Why. I am with
special commission to ascertain wheth
tracting the attention its resources and long winter nights of that latitude, you.” "Yes, 1 know, but I couldn’t er the mines laid in the Dardanelles
wealth merit. Everywhere apathy and though, being south of the Arctic cir bring my wheel along.”—Chicago Rec- are capable of preventing the passage
of ships have proved the utter useless
ignorance preaviled in regard to this cle, it just misses the continuous day ¡ ord.
ami continuous night of the Arctic
ness of the present mines, and at the
latest territorial acquisition. Suddenly summer and winter.
ing a trip to Europe. 1 wish we could same time the extreme difficulty of lay
this was changed. In a single day the
Aside from gold, the chief resources afford to do it.” He—“Why. there’s ing down mines at all on account of the
eyes of the entire world were turned to of Alaska are timber, fish and fur-bear uothing cheaper than contemplation.” strong current.
Klondike, and there they remain fixed. ing animals, including the famous fur J —Puck.
A BIG REGULAR ARMY.
seals which are giving the United
On the 17th of last July the steamer
Watts—“Getting a little rest out your
States, Great Britain, Russia and Ja
The mightiest host of this sort is the army at
Portland Bailed into port with $800,000 pan so much trouble.
Salmon are way since the piano girl took to the Invalids whose bow els,livers nnd stomachs hi.ve
Potts—"Naw. teen regulated by Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters.
of gold on hoard, and to the ends of plentiful in all the streams of the wheel, aren't you?”
A regular habit of body is brought stout
the earth was telegraphed the story of islands and mainland, and millions ere Her bicycle suit is louder than the through using the Bitters, not by violently agi
ami griping the intestines, but b .-ein-
the rich placer diggings discovered annually packed for market. Halibut
forcing their energy and causing a tiow ol the
Fuddy— "I understand that Wigley bile
along the Klondike and its tributaries. and cod, herring and smelt, or oola-
into its proper channel. Malaria, la gr ppe,
und a tendency to inactivity ot lite
Then began that rush to the new mines chon, abound and have become of great spends most of his evenings here at dyspepsia,
kidneys, are Conquered by the Bitters.
which has tilled the news columns of commercial importance. The seal and your house?” Duddy—“I had an im
Proposed Floating Tunnel.
the press with its varied experiences for sea otter jn the water, and the fox, pression that it was my evenings that
Ten thousand men bear, lynx, otter, beaver, etc., on land, he spends here.”—Boston Transcript.
In connection with the railway com
joined in it. Some are now at the contribute thousands of their skins an
The Judge—"Didn't I tell you the last munication between Scotland anti Ire
mines; others are scattered all along nually to the world’s fur supply. Tlie time that you were here that 1 wanted land it is proposed to send trains
the trails from the coast to the Klon fur trade is handled by the Alaska to see your face in this court no more?" through a tunnel which shall float at a
dike; still others are at Juneau, Dyea Commercial Company ami the North Weary Watkins—"You did, yeronner, depth of 60 feet below the surface, anil
and Skaguav, awaiting a more favor west Trading and Transportation Com and that is exactly wot I toie the cop." which shall be kept steadily in its place
able time for the journey, while not a pany, both of which have headquarters There's the bicycle face and the bicycle by means of anchors.
few have returned to civilization, sat on St. Michaels island, near the mouth
AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS.
isfied with their experience or to make of the Yukon, while the Hudson’s Bay
With its queer, altitudinous curve;
We are asserting in the courts our right to the
a fresh start under better circum Company operates on the Canadian And the bicycle tongue, in the middle exclusive use ot the word " CASTOKIA,” and
“ Pt TCHHR SCASTOR1A," as our Trade Mark.
stances. Great and exciting as was side of the line.
And the scorcher’s bicycle nerve.
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
this first rush, it was but the advance
Coal and coal oil have both been
was the originator of “ PITCH HR'SC ASTORIA,”
ripple of the great wave of gold hunt discovered and may be of future value. —Queensland Wheel.
Customer—“Do you guarantee these the same that has borne and does now bear the
ers that will roll in upon the Alaskan The timber of the coast and islands
coast the coming spring. Probably not grows very large, owing to the humid porous plasters to be good for a weak Cac simile signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on
every wrapper. This is the original “ PITCHER'S
less than 50,000 men will start for the atmosphere. It is chiefly cedar, spruce back?” Druggist—“Yes, sir; they are CAsTORIA " which has been used in the homes
Yukon next year, and possibly four and hemlock. It has been little used good for a week back—and for a month of the mothers of America for over thirty years.
times this number may go. For this thus far, though several small mills to come after you put them on. '—Judge. Look Carefully at the wranper and see that it is
reason a clear and succinct description have cut it for local purposes. The
A Remarkable Woman.—Mr. McCor the kind you have always bought, and has the
of Alaska and its resources, with a timber of the interior is much smaller, kle—“My wife has a better memory signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on the
brief review of its routes ot travel must and is found only along the lakes and than any other woman I know.” Mr. wrapper. No one has authority from me to use
be of interest even to those who have water courses. It is chiefly spruce, McCrackle— “Indeed?" Mr. McCorkle my name except The Centaur Company of which
no intention of seeking the northern j alder, cottonwood and willow. Several —"Yes; she always remembers what’s Chas. H. Fletcher is President.
Match 3, 1397.
SAMVEL PITCHER, M.D.
' small mills have been taken in for cut trumps.”—Judge.
In the first place, it must be under ting this timber. Agriculture is as
15 to 16 feet from
“I told het I was afraid to kiss her
stood that the Yukon river flows partly yet an experiment, hut little having while we were on tlie tandem for fear the ground to the tip of their horns.
Conditions on the
through Canada and partly through the b'en attempted.
we would both fall off.” "What did íe Specimens from 18 to 23 feet have been
United States, and that the Klondike islands are favorable for grass and such say?” “She said she hoped I didn't known.
region is on the Canadian side of the
call myself an experienced wheelman.”
If you look at the map you will find
Even along the Yukon region
boundary line, though good placers, pos "ly.
that the mountain chains of the Old
sibly as good as those of the Klondike, summer vegetables may be grown and
Fuddy—"They say you have a liking World lie east and west, while those of
exist on the American side of the line. possibly wheat. A few years will show
Beginning at the Arctic ocean, the what can be done in agriculture and for Miss Spontel.” Duddy—' Nonsense! the New World lie north and south.
The woman is Insupportable." Fuddy
boundary line runs due south along the stock raising.
Benjamin Bissell, who lives near
141st meridian as far as Mt. St. Elias, \ The great interest in Alaska at the —“That’s just it. You won't have to
Ballston Spa, N. Y., says he has voted
10 marine leagues from the Pacific,
for 18 presidential candidates, not one
whence it follows the coast line, pre placers on both sides of the boundary two.”—Boston Transcript.
Gent (solicitously)—“Sir. I have here of whom was elected.
serving a distance of 10 marine leagues line. Prospecting on the Yukon began
In the fall of 1883 the some indestructible pieplates.” Mr.
from it, in a southeasterly direction to in 1881.
FREE TO «I'll READERS.
the latitude of 54 degrees and 40 min first gold was brought to Jjneau from Hall Bedroome (grimly)—"Well, you
utes,which becomes the southern limit. the interior. The next year 300 men have come to the right house to sell
Our readers will be pleased to learn
All east of that line belongs to Can crossed the mountains and the number them. That's the sort of pies Mrs. that the great discovery, Dr. Kilmer’s
ada, part being in the Northwest Ter of miners steadily increased each year. Skinner gives us.”—Puck.
Swamp-Root, has been so universally
ritory and part in the province of Brit The first work was on Stewart river and
“I understand their engagement has successful in quickly curing all forms
ish Columbia, the dividing line run then Big Salmon, both in Canada. In been broken.” "Yes. She says she was of kidney and bladder troubles, that
ning east and west across both lakes 1886 the Forty-Mile creek placers, also deceived. He liad only six century runs those who wish to Prove for themselves
Bennett and Teslin. The present gold in Canada, were discovered, and the to his credit instead of sixteen, and as its wonderful merit may have a sample
discoveries are all north of the British next year the famous Franklin gulch, I she had fourteen herself, he was clear bottle and a book of valuable informa-
Columbia line, but no one can tell on tlie same stream. In 1892 the Miller ly out of her class.”—Chicago Post.
I tion both sent absolutely free by mail.
creek diggings were found, also a tribu
what may be revealed in the future.
Nothing could be faiier or more gener
That portion west of the boundary tary of Forty-Mile, and on the Cana “That's a dandy wheel you have there, ous than this liberal offer, and we ad
The next year
line and belonging to the United States dian side of the line.
old man. I’ll take a little spin on it vise our readers to write, mentioning
constitutes Alaska pioper, and contains there was a large influx of miners, fully
some day. By the way, what kind of a this paper, and send their address to
a total area of 617,703 square miles, of 300 working in the Forty-Mile district. wheel do you think I ought to ride?" Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
In 1893 the first important discover
which 37,596 square miles consist of
Marrow—"One of your own.”—Brook Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root is the dis
islands along the coast. It is only on ies on the American side of the line
covery of a great physician, and as
these islands and a narrow strip of the were made on Birch creek, and the
such is not recommended for every
“He Is an awfully wise young man, thing, but will be found just what is
adjacent mainland that settlements town of Circle City, now having 500 log
have been made and industries de houses, was started on the Yukon as a to have seen do more than twenty- needed in cases of kidney and bladder
The next year over three summers.” “He may have seen disorders — or troubles arising from
veloped,except the gradual development supply point.
of gold placers along the Yukon, ending $400,000 were taken out along Birch but twenty-three summers, but the weak kidneys, such as gravel, rheuma
with the recent startling discoveries. creek and Forty-Mile. In 1895 Eagle number of summer girls he has met tism, pain or dull ache in the back, too
The towns of Alaska consist of but half and Porcupine creeks began to produce runs u^> to tlie hundreds.”—Indianapolis frequent desire to pass water, scanty
a dozen of any prominence, besides the , in the Birch creek district. The total Journal.
supply, smarting or burning in passing
new places on the Yukon. They are output of that year exceeded $700,000.
“Seven dollars for a room and break it. Swamp-Root stands the highest
Sitka, the capital, Juneau, Wrangel, In August, 1896, it was re)>orted at fast? Great Scott! man, that is awful for its wonderful cures. The regular
New Aletlakahtla, Kodiak and Dutch Forty-Mile and Circle City that won ly steep. And awfully high." said the sizes are sold by druggists, price 50
Harbor. Sitka is on Baranoff island, derfully rich placers had been discov victim. “Yes,” admitted the summer cents and one dollar.
off the southeast coast, and has a popu ered on the Klondike, a small tributary landlord, “it is so high and steep that
lation of aoout 500. Juneau is on the of the Yukon entering that river about I don't see how I can come down.”—In
Of the entire number of English peer
mainland, about 100 miles further 50 miles southeast of the international dianapolis Journal.
ages, only five go back as far as the
north. It is the chief commercial city boundary and on Canadian territory.
A Game Law in Itself.—Gobang—“I 13th century. Of the 538 temporal
and during the winter season its popu
think I'll do quite a little shooting this
lation exceeds 3,000. New Metlakahtla gings, the older ones being nearly de summer. I wonder what tlie close sea peers, 350 have been created during the
is a mission and trading point near the serted. In a few days $1,000 were son is?" Buckshot—“Well, in your present century, 126 during the last
southern extremity, and Wrangel is a taken out on Bonanza creek, a tributary ease, old man. I fancy If you applied to century, and only 62 trace their titles
trading point on the coast at the mouth of the Klondike. By January 1, 1897, the Legislature, they’d throw the whole beyond the year 1700.
of Stickeen river. Kodiak is on the 400 claimshad been located on Bonanza year open to you.”—Truth.
island of the same name south of the and Eldorado creeks, and 200 on Hunker
A HEALTHY WIFE
“It's surprising how impractical some
Alaskan peninsula, and is the seat of creek, and later many others on Bear,
Is a Husband’s Inspiration.
the salmon packing industry.
Dutch Gold Bottom an 1 Too-Much-Gold creeks very learned men are.” "Yes. there's
Fully $1,400,- Prof. Lingwlst. for example. He spent
Harboi is on the island of Unalaska, one and their tributaries.
A sickly, half-dead-and-alive woman,
of the Aleutian group, where vessels 000 were taken from the Yukon placers over half his life in acquiring IJuency especially when she is the mother of
pass from the Pacific into Behring sea.
It was not so much the amount of then went and married a wife who a family, is a damper to all joyous
Alaska is a region of mountains,
ness in the home.
there being no great valleys nor plains. gold brought out by the first steamer to never gives him a chance to get a word
If a woman finds that her energies
Along the coast a high range of moun come down last summer, as the news in edgeways."—Truth.
are flagging and that everything tires
tains rises almost abruptly from the
her, her sleep is disturbed by horrible
water’s edge, deeply indented with long work in a few claims only, and that sgo. In the presence of Miss Biilmore, dreams, and that she often wakes
arms of the sea. These present a series there would have been many times as that some persons carried their fond suddenly in the night with a feeling
of Alpine peaks of the most picturesque much had the hundreds of other claims ness for cycling to extreme lengths. I'd of suffocation and alarm, she must at
description, the highest being the Fair been worked in time to send the gold like to know what there was In that ob once regain her r trength.
weather alps, exceeding 15,000 feet, out, which caused the excitement. The servation to cause her to turn red and
The following from M rs . F. S. B en
St. Elias and Logan exceeding 18,000 method of working these mines is to say. 'Sir!'” "Great Scott! Don’t you nett , Westphalia, Kans., shows the
feet, and Wrangel, further to the north sink a shaft into the frozen ground in know? She is engaged to a young bi power of Lydia E. Pinkham s Vege
west, said to be still higher. Down winter, taking out the rich gravel near cyclist nearly six and a liulf feet high.” table Compound, and a letter of advice:
the canyons of these coast mountains bed-rock and piling it up to be washed —Chicago Tribune.
“Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—I Have suf
many tremendous living glaciers flow out when the water runs in summer
A man had been up for sn examina fered for over two years with falling,
steadily to the ocean, filling the bays
tion in scripture, liad failed Uuerly and enlargement and ulceration of tho
and inlets with great masses of floating out last summer could not be sent the relations between him and the ex
womb, and this
ice. Beyond this coast range the moun away, and will not be brought down aminer had become somewhat strained.
spring, being in
tains are lower, but almost continuous until next July, when it is expected The latter asked him If there were any
such a weak
as far north as the Arctic, and as far that several millions of dollars will text in tlie whole Bible he could quote.
east as the great plains of Mackenzie come out as the result of the first year’s He pondered and then repeated: “And
caused mo to
river region. Yet tiiere are manv fine work along the Klondike.
flow for nearly
Judas went out and hanged himself."
valleys, with occasional mercial point for the Klondike district "Is there any other verse you know in
stretches of rolling table land, in sum
mer time brilliant with a carpet of ated on the Yukon just below the ‘Go thou and do likewise.' ” There was
month of the Klondike and reached by
grass, mosses and flowers.
a solemn pause nnd the proceedings
The coast mountains divide the cli river steamers.
I wrote to
mate of Alaska into two distinct
The Yukon gold fields extend for a
you for advice,
A gentleman had left his corner sent
Classes. A branch of the warm Japan thousand miles along the stream, with
current skirts the coast, its influence a width of 500 miles. In this vast area in an already crowded railway car to which you
advised for a
modifying the climate of the islands there are hundreds of streams and
short time, that terrible flow stopped.
and adjacent mainland. The average gulches, offering ample room for the ing a rug to reserve his seat. On re I am now gaining strength and flesh
temperature for July at Sitka is but thousands of gold seekers to prospect for turning be found that in spite of the and have better health than I have had
55 degrees, while the mean winter tem new diggings. The new discoveries re rug and the protests of his fellow pas for the past ten years.'*
perature is as high as 32 degrees. This ported this year are on Dominion creek sengers. the seat had been usurped by
is the most equable climate in the and on the tributaries of the Stewert one in a lady's garments. To his pro
United States. The same causes pro river, on the Canadian side, and on testations her lofty reply was: “Do you
duce copious rains or continuous dria- Munnook creek and its tributaries on know, sir, that I am one of the direc
ales, there being but an average of 66 the Alaska side, near the mouth of the tor's wives?” "Madam," he replied,
alear days in a year. Acroea the eum- latter the new town of Rampart City i “were you the director's only wife, I
should still protest.”—Argonaut
Bit of the coast range conditions are having sprung up.
The Routh Polar Expedition.
The commercial and scientific expedi- '
tion to the South Pole, under lierr
Borchgrevinck, will start from England '
next July. Inquiries are now being ' Schilling's Best baking pow
made for a suitable ship in Sootland der is such baking powder as
and Norway. The object will be to
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at Christinas, and. with some Nor
wegian friends, practice snow-shoe run-’ The man who discovered the Ameri
can beauty rose is worth $50,000, all of
which he made out of the peeriena
HOW TO FIND Ol'T.
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of a perfect rose.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand 24 hours; a sedi
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condition of the kidneys. When urine case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured hr HalL'a
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trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
NN e, the undersigned,have known F. J. Cheney
or pain in the back is also convincing for the last 15 years, and believe him perfeeiiv
in all business transactions anti
proof that the kidneys and bladder are hororable
financially able to carry out any obligation«
made by their firm,
out of order.
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The United States has 70,000,000
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scalding pain in passing it, or bad But the United States postoffice han
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beer, and overcomes that unpleasant Europe put together.
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Mas. W inslow s S vothixo syrup should always be J
> used for children teething. It soothes tiie child, soft-8
ent the gums, allay» all pain, cures wind rolir.and is 4
a the best remedy for diarrhoMk Twenty flvs cenU a 4
bottle. It is the best of all.
Try Schilling'« Beat tea and baking powder.
The production of India rubber in
Mexico is attracting attention, and the
samples which have been exhibited are
said to be of fine quality.
for trnclng and heating Gold or Sliver
Ore lost or buried treasures. M. 1>.
FVWLKR, Box 337, Southington,Conn.
No. 48. ’87.
N. P. N. V.
WHEN writing to a<lv ertioers, plea««
vV mention thia paper.
EVERYTHINO FOR THB
We lead and »riginate
Cor. Second and Stark Sts.
..... PORTLAND, OREGON