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Who have the
SQUELCHED A MUTINY
ANECDOTE OF "BOBS" THE BRIT-
Harsh Measures Were Necessary Just
at That Time, and
ation—It Took Place in India,
Despondency In women
la a mental oondltlon
directly traoeable ta some
dlstlnotly famala III,
Wall woman don't have
the blues, but oompara-
lively few people under
stand that the right medi-
otne will drive them away.
Lydia E. Pinkham'« Vegetable Compound
overcomes the blues, be
cause It Is the safeguard
of woman's health.
It regulates the entire
female organism as
nothing else does, When
the dragging sensation
and the backache go, the
blues will go also.
Read the letters from
women appearing In this
paper—women who have
tried It and know. There
are a million such women.
Emaciated Invalid (just arrived
at the springs)—Is it true that drink
ing these waters produces fat?
Native (weight 250)—Produces fat J
Why, stranger, when I came here I
only weighed eight pounds, and look
at me now!—Rochester Herald.
Sick Headache Quickly Cured.
Indigestion, bud stomach, constipation, sick
headache. That’s the program. Next program,
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, instant relief.
Druggists, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Money talks, but a little scare is apt
to shut it up tight.—Chicago Daily
I believe Piso’s Cure is the only medi
cine that will cure Consumption. — Anna
M. Ross, Williamsport, Fa., Dec. 8, '95.
Says a physician:
"All the cos
metics in the world will not beautify
the face if the mind is disturbed.’’
This explains why the dude is a thing
sf beauty—he has no mind to disturb.
—Chicago Daily News.
TO CURE A
He Ordered an
Enxlish Soldier Shot for Insubordin
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s signature
is on each box. 25c.
An Ohio widow refused to marry a
man because he wore a wig, although ■
he was a millionaire. Her excuse was,
that in case of a family row there would I
be no fun in snatching him bald
healed.—Chicago Daily News.
The Pleasantest, Most Powerful and
Effective Neverfailing Remedy lot
uhZdki Rheumatism Se.ï,X».
"Gen. Lord Roberts of Kandahar,
Kipling's 'Bobs Bahadur,’ was the last
English general to order the execution
of a private soldier for Insubordina
tion,” said a visitor to Washington,
who has seen service under her Majes
"It was away back In the '70s; but
the Incident is still very clear in the
memory of old soldiers, and lias been
handed down with every possible ex
aggeration for the delectation of the
Tecrultie,’ who listens to the barrack
room tales told for the express purpose
of striking terror and horror to his uu-
"The story is revivified now. It con
tributes something to illustrate the
man who is beloved and feared by rank
and tile, and notwithstanding his deter
mined and exacting discipline, is con
ceded to be England's ranking soldier
among good soldiers.
"The Indian contingent has always,
been a ticklish department to handle.
Roberts did more than any one man to
bring them to a realization of what dis
cipline really means. To-day, thanks
to him, there Is less grumbling, less un
easiness, and less chance of revolt than
ever there has been since first the na
tive wore the uniform, and even now
extreme measures are necessary.
“But Roberts, once upou a time about
the year 1878, found himself threatened
with a serious situation. The native
troops were uneasy. The English sol
diers. too, in the case of several regi
ments that had been kept overtime on
Indian service, were kicking loud and
strong. The mouthing of the men of
the English regiments was a bad ex
ample to the natives. It disorganized
everything, and the punishments were
made severe upon offenders who gave
opportunity. But insubordination was
rife. It needed but a little spark to
kindle the whole command into a blaze.
In which many lives must have been
sacrificed and the prestige of the com
manding officer lost.
“One day a drunken private was In
solent to a corporal of one of the regi
ments. The ‘non-com.’ ordered the man
to the guard house. A lance-corporal
of the room called out a file of men.
One of these refused to act as escort,
lie had slept in the next bed to the
prisoner for years, he protested. They
were army 'bed chums.’ He, too, was
made a prisoner, and the charge of in
subordination and refusal to obey or
ders entered against him. It was a
high crime. A general court martial
was ordered, the man was sentenced to
be shot, and the sentence was approved
by Gen. Roberts.
"Before the assembled regiments at
Calcutta he was taken out and died ig
nominiously with his face to the wall.
“It was a terrible and effective les
son. The spirit of Insubordination was
dead, but the department Issued an or
der, religiously observed since then, to
the effect that where others are avail
able, a 'bed chum’ cannot be ordered
to act as escort.”
LA GRIPPE and CATARRHl
I fall knew what thousands know ol
tUMMARK the efficacy of “5 DROPS” as a Cu
rative as well as a Prev« n.ive of any Ache or Pam
known to the human body, there would not be a
family in all America without a bottle of “I
Drops !” Send for triai bottle. 25c, or large bottle,
fl_ containing 300 doses. 6 bottle- tor $5.
SWAHSOh RHEUMATIC CURE CO
160-164 E. Lak. St. Chlc.f., III.
Hoax—“Klumsy is very fond ol
horses, isn’t he?” Joax—"If he is, it
is something new.”
I saw him out riding the other day, '
and he had Itoth arms around th«
horse’s neck.”—Philadelphia Record.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
tsTRl’P or Flos, manufactured by the
C alifornia F ig S trup C o ., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance. and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowela. without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as thev are pleasant to the
but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the C alifornia F i « S trup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package
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SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
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COUNTESS VON BRUENING.
American Woman Who Is Admired by
the Old World Aristocracy.
place In Washington the latter part of
last April, the Count and Countess sail
ing at once to Constantinople, where
the former was statloued as a member
of the German embassy. The Count
and Countess are now living in Berlin,
where the beauty and charm of the ac
complished American are greatly ad
As a wedding gift to the Countess.
Mr. MacKay presented her a check for
$1,000,0(10. He still devotes himself to
business and has amassed au enormous
homespun philosofhy .
Want»« Soius Return.
(the—We must break off our engage
Observations on Commonplace Things ment, Mr. Boojter; I find that I really An Important Factor in
by the Atchison Globe Man.
cannot return your love.
A man's reminiscences are uearly al
No one crossing the continent can
He—Well, anyway, I hope you’ll
ahord to cut Salt Lake City from his
return my presents.—Fun.
How long useless, troublesome peo
route. The attractions of the place,
Our Inereiiae of Insanity.
including the Mormon Temple, Taber
ple bang ou! How easily useful people
Much dige nasion has been aroused lately I
by the alarming increase of insanity. Our nacle and Church institutions, the
An Englishman uever thinks that he high living is the cause assigned. In the Great Salt Lake—deader and denser
rush for money, men and women neglect
Is old so long as be is younger than the their health until the breakdown comes. than the Dead Sea in the Holy Land—
The best way to preserve the health is by a the picturesque environment and the
faithful use of Hostetter’s »Stomach Hitters. warm sulphur and hot springs, are
Men tell their troubles to a police It cures stomach ills, such as constipation, greater to the square yard than any lo
man, and the women hunt up a dyspepsia and biliousness.
cality on the American continent.
The Rio Grande Western Railway,
Milwaukee has started plans for a
CAUSE OF BZLDNESS.
When one grocer wants to abuse an Dewey monument.
connecting on the East with the Den
ver & Rio Grande and Colorado Mid
Hard Hats Said to He Responsible for other, he says be sells cold storage
Impruvsd Trnln ICquipmeut.
land Railways and on the West with
eggs for fresh.
Increasing I.oss of Hair.
The O. R. <!t N. and Oregon Short the Southern Pacific (Central Route)
Are you predisposed to baldness? If
If no time has been set for a mar
and Oregon Short Line, is the only
so, don't wear a stiff hat. Doctors, riage. there is still a chance for the
library car to their Portland-Chicago trauscontiuetnal line ]<assing directly
wigmakers, and barbers have said that man to get away.
through train, and a dining car service through Salt Lake City. The route
the derby and beaver bat are responsi
It is the little things of life that are has been inauguarated. The train is through Salt Lake City via the Rio
ble for the Increasing blight of bald
annoying; It is easier to ¿lodge an ele equipped with the latest chair cars, Grande Western Railway is famous all
ness. This is interesting In view of the
phant than a microbe.
day coaches and luxurious first-class the year round. On account of the
rapid progress scientists say we are
Women do not rave over dentists as and ordinary sleepers. Diieiil counec- equable climate of Utah and Colorado
making toward absolute bakluess. Meu
have not used their hair for centuries, they rave over doctors, because teeth tion made at Granger with Union Pa it is just as popular in winter as in
cific, and at Ogden with Rio Grande summer. Send 2c to .1. D. Mansfield,
and it is slowly becoming less abund cannot be fixed without pain.
line, from all points in Oregon, Wash 253 Washington Street, Portland, or
ant. Woman, on the other band, has
While every one agrees out loud that
ington and Idaho to all Eastern cities George W. Heintz, General Passenger
used her hair as nature intended it to there is no place like home, he reserves
For information, rates, etc., call on Agent, Salt I-ake City, for a copy of
lie used, as a head protector. She lias to himself the opiniou that homes
any O. R. & N. agent, or address W. "Salt Lake City—the City of the
never confined it tightly with a stiff hat. differ.
II. Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent, Saints. ”
Hence it remains to her fine and thick.
When an American marries a girl, he Portland.
The hair depends for its nutrition on marries her family. Scream as much
The value of the imports of potatoea
Milwaukee is to raise $35,000 for a into England yearly is estimated at
the blood supply that flows in the fine as you please, but you can't get away
veins running over the scalp. Some of from the fact.
school for the deaf.
the veins that supply the hair follicles
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's 8ooth-
When a man is really fond of his wife
TRY ALI.KN'S FOOT EASE,
with food come through the skull, but
she believes It Is because she Is a go al ing Syrup the best remedy to use for thr’v
A powder to lie shaken into the shoes.
children during the teething period.
cook; a man is uever given credit for
At this season your feet teel swollen, ner
The trip made by motor car from vous and uncomfortable. If von have
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
If people worked and saved half as Cairo to the pyiamids ia made in 14 Foot-Ease. 11 rests and comforts; makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating
hard as they worry, it would be Im
feet, blisters ami callous spots. Relieves
possible to throw a stone without lilt-
Philadelphia has decided to allow corns
ami bunions of all pain and is a cer
ting a Vanderbilt.
motocycles in the parks.
tain cure for Chilblains, Sweating, damp or
frosted feet. We have over thirty thousand
A woman is perhaps never quite so
testimonials. Try it torlav. Sold bv all
proud as when her husband goes home
druggists ami shoe stores for 25c. trial
to her folks, ou n visit with her. and
package FREE. Address, Allen 8. Olm-
sted, f.e Roy. N. Y.
says lie enjoyed himself.
After a girl has taken as many ns six
The best household jewel is a good
lessons on the piano, she begins to pro
cook.—Chicago Daily News.
I have been u«ln* (ASCARETIsnd ai
nounce Beethoven and Wagner in a a ••
mild and effective laxative they are simply won
CATARRH CANNOT HE CURED
derful. My daughter and 1 were bothered with
rnauner to Jar her elders.
sick stomach and our breath was very bad. After
taking a few doses of Cascarets we Lave improved
When the wind blows a lot of loose wonderfully. They are a great help in the family.' With local applications, as they cannot reach
W ii . hki . mina N ag ki
the seat of tne disease. Catarrh is a blood or
hair around a gill's face It Is never ns
lls? Kittenhouse bt., Cincinnati. Cbio.
constitutional disease, and in order to cure it
becoming as the description sottuded
you must take internal remedies. Hall’s Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, and aetsdirectly
In the uovels she has read.
on the blood and mucous surfaces Hall’s Ca
tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
Occasionally you meet a housekeeper
prescribed by one of the best physicians in this
who would as soon think of going to
country for years, and isa regular prescription.
It is Composed of the best tonics known, com
church bare-headed as to fall to have
binefl with the best blood purifiers, acting di
mashed potatoes fol' dinner.
rectly ou the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is what pro*
There is nothing that causes a wom
duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh.
Send for testimonials, free.
an more indignation than when a boy
F J. CHENEY A Ct)., Prepr*., Toledo, O.
throws stones at her cow. and uls
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Family Pills are the best.
those veins extending up around the mother falls to whip him for It.
Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c.
outside of the skull are most important.
It is a common ‘experience to call
Taking a drop and taking a tumbl«
Analogously it is pointed out that if a upon a woman who is reported very ill, Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago. Montreal. Kew lork. 31b are not synonymous, but one may lead
rose tree were to be bound tightly and find that she has recovered, and IIU" I U’ÜAu gists to <T K E Tobaoco iiaDit.
I to the other.
around the trunk a great deal of nutri has a dress-maker In the house.
tion would be cut off from the bark.
When a visiting woman asks for a
If. in addition to tills, you were to cover Bible to read. It always arouses a sus
the tree with a great bag and tie the picion that she wants to look at the
mouth tightly around the trunk, the family record in it, and liud out the
tree would die. The attitude of the stiff
hat Is similar to this. Every time you
The women demand of every man
pull your derby hat from your head
■ASIANI WIN«-TH« IDEAL FRENOH TONIO-FOR BODY AND BRA1M»
and it comes loose with a Jerk you are who lives in a boarding-house that lie
overcoming the pounds of pressure it is get a sad. faraway look In ills eyes
when he hears the song, “Home, Sweet
exerting on the skull.
FOR H. I. M. EMPEROR OF RUSSIA.
In order to maintain a healthy growth : Home.”
"THE MARSHAL OF THE IMPERIAL COURT REQUESTS YOU TO SEND WITH
It would be interesting to know how
the hair must have air. The act of pro
tecting the head from draughts de I rich and prosperous a man lias to get OUT DELAY ANOTHER CASE OF CO BOTTLES V1N MARIANI.”
prives It of nutrition. The derby hat before he is rich ami prosperous
may be compared to the Black Hole of enoufcli to remember favors shown him Write to MARIANA & CO., for Descriptive Book. 75 PORTRAITS,
PARIS: 41 Bd. Haursniaiin. LONDON: 2S9 Oxford 84.
Calcutta. The better class of derby when he was poor.
hats have two little eyelets placed one
When a new girl comes to town on a 62 W. 16th ST., NEW YORK. Indorsements and Autographs of Celebrities
in each side of the crown, but even visit she comes down town the first
these do little good.
day she arrives, and thinks that busi
In summer the universal use of the ness suspends while the meu say to
straw hat is a saving grace, but only one another, "Who is the pencil?"
Felle« siiti IV ire ilork».
for a time. With the first breath of fall
The girl who lias her picture taken PORTLAND WIRE A IRON WORKS; WIRE
air we are back to our derbys again,
and iron fencing: office railing, etc. K34 Alder.
and the process of hair starving goes while she is laughing may have good
on. Recently there has been a tem
U Mill iiiery mid is lip pi i«*».
SALZ ER S 1 This naw, «fl'lleat, corn will revel«-
porary predilection for the soft hat, becomes the soubrette of the family
thinlze eorti «rowing, ylvldlng in
but whether that is simply a freak of
Minnesota. 400Uu». per aor*.
J EARED ISVk,
' In BIG
fashion or a realization of the danger grows sillier as the picture gets older.
An American woman. Countess Adolf
von Bruening, Is well known in the
social circles in which European nobil
ity moves because of her marriage to
her husband, the Count, but to the done by stiff hats is hard to determine.
An <11 l-Tinin Sing r.
American people her name is familiar
I don't want any h.vtnnbook when the
A Rhinoceros at Larz«*.
chiefly because of the touching devotion
Methodists is nigh.
A rhinoceros that can dance is not, Alinin’ out the ol’ ones that went thrill
of her divorced husband, Gordon Mnc-
in’ to the sky
Kay, of Boston and Washington. The
Countess’ life has Iteen most romantic. Naturally such a rhinoceros created a In the ol’ compuieetin’ seasous, when
'twus "Glory hallelu!”
She was the daughter of Mr. MacKay's sensation when, while being unloaded
housekeeper and had grown from chlld- from a railroad car at Philadelphia, it Au’ "Brother, rise an’ tell ns what the
Lord has done fer you!”
escaped into the street.
The beast was sent to the Zoological
Fer I know them songs so perfect that
Garden and arrived In good health ami
when I git the swing
spirits. Twenty employes of the ex Of the tune they want to go to 1 kin shet
press company st<«xi aliout to prevent
my eyes an’ sing!
its getting away, but when the animal "On Jordan’s stormy banks,” au’ ol’
"Amazin' Grace”—they seem
started they all fled down Seventeenth
So nat'ral, I’m like someone that’s sing I
in’ in a dream!
The rhinoceros went to Market street,
the men after it, thence to Sixteenth
Oh. when it comes to them ol’ songs 1
and back to Filbert. In the short jour
alius does my part;
ney It passed probably a hundred peo Ail’ I've got the ol’-time Bible down, a«
ple, and put them all to flight. An Ital
you might say, "by heart!”
ian, grinding out a merry tune on his When the preacher says the fust word
organ, got a shock that he will not soon
in the givin* of his text
I smile with satisfaction, 'cos 1 know
what’s cornin' uext!
The beast has been with a circus
and can dance and do a cake walk. At
Sixteenth and Filbert streets It heard The wife says, "That’s amazin'!” an’ the
preacher says—says he.
1,he sound of the music, and began to With lots o' meanin’ in his voice, an’
lookin' queer at me—
The Italian did not know what "Hence you know more o' the Bible than
COUNTKSS ADOLF VOX BRUXNING.
brought the crowd, but he kept on turn
the best of us kin teach,
hood to mature beauty under bis eyes.
ing his crank until suddenly there was I Don't you think you orter practice what
Although twice her age. Mr. MacKay
you're payin’ us to preach?”
a roar of laughter, and he turned to
paid her devoted attention, and she
find the lieast standing still, solemnly
Anally became his bride. Everything
looking at him. With a terrific yell, he j Well, that gits me in a corner—an' I sor
ter raise my eyes
that wealth could provide was lavished
dropped the crank and ran. The ani 1 An’ the tune aliout them titles to the
upon the young wife and for a time
mal was caught Hnd put back tato the
"mansions in the skies!”
theirs was a happy home. But a season
cage with little difficulty.
i I want the lo-nediction theu— I'm ready
of court life evidently gave Mrs. Mac
Kay new ideas, for she made a pro
Great Salt Lake lirjlnjt'p.
But when it comes to singin'—well, I’ve
nounced sensation by her beauty and
According to the Irrigation Age. the
got the bymils by heart!
was loth to return to her native land.
waters of the Great Salt Lake in Utah —Atlanta Constitution.
Mr. MacKay's life was always busy have receded a mile within the past
Himilar hut Different.
and it came altotit that while be worked year, and some persons think that
Tomdix—Are you loud of winter
the fascinating daughter of his former within the coming century this won
housekeeper sumptuously entertained derful body of water may l»e complete
Hojax—No. I always try to avoid
Washington society. Finally Mrs. Mac ly dried up. The cause of the lowering
Kay began suit for divorce and. tn 1800, of the water Is «scribed to the rapid
was granted a decree with 125.000 year extension of Irrigation ditches, which
Hojax—Because they're nearly al
ly as alimony, the possession of two draw their supply from the streams
tieantlful homes and also the custody of emptying into the lake. There Is now a ways broke and want to make a touch.
tnelr two sons. Mr. MacKay made no “salt desert” not far from the lake, Chinese Faith In Foreign Doctors.
defense and by many was considered which was once covered with water.
With all their superstition and dis-
too magnanimous because of bls quiet The salt deposit on the floor of the lake , daln for the Christian religion, tbs Chi-
acceptance of the decree.
Itself Is believed to be of great thick I nese people have great faith In tbe I
Six years later Count von Bruening. ness.
"foreigners’ ” knowledge of medicins
then a secretary of the German em
and their powers for healing.
A man who has a good start In life
bassy at Washington, came Into Mrs.
A physician says that love la meaa-
MacKay's life. After two years they tnny fall because be is facing the wroni
lee of the beat
becama engaged. The marriage took .vay.
JOHN POOLE, P ortland , O regon
can give you tlie best bargains in general
machinery, engines, boilers, tanks, pumps,
plows, belts mid windmills. The new
steel IXL windmill, sold by him, is un
yields 2;«0 biia. per «ore, aud yea
can beat tlin.il
S') hue. per acre. Greateat «rata
«ill liar r hm I thlsaid of the »caret
I ii Aiti.EY,
bi : ardlf . sh ,
1'1 yield« I I bn«. In N.Y. W<>utJerh»U
RAPE 85c. ATOM
I Gives rich, green food fo. catUa.
II aheep, «win«, poultry, etc., at tie.
| i a ton
Wo «f|| nine tenth« of the
I Itape ace I met! In the V. S.
, J Oreuteat gras« on earth. Gr«>wa to
1 m perfection In America everywhoro.
“R Salzer warrant« lit
| THE MILLION POLLAK
grow paying crops because they’re
fresh and always the beet. For
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Stick to Ferry’« Seed« and prosper.
1900 Reed Annual free. Writ« for it.
D. M. FERRY & CO.. Detroit, Mich.
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A wonderful discovery. Will render the
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and adds to ita durability. Send us 20c nil ver
and receive by return mall, post paid, enough
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Thompson dt Craig, 415 3rd St., Kan Francisco,
potato 1« the most talYid of pa-
j talo on earth, and kaiser Six
rW rel»a | both will mah.o; ou rick.
I,arg< at grower of I’otu.oea aa4
Farm Reeds In (he world.
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1 Onion Heed. 80c. lb. E’trj thing
L warranted to grow. 3-> pkgs oar-
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m Big44 for annafaral
dischargea, I nflamBiauoaa,
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