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Thai Ab««»rb« «Mere.
Quatallew. Have Weakened
Culted Mairi aud British 1un«n»r» tu
Establish th« Lin« Named In th«
The American members of the inter
national commission appointed to sur
vey and mark out the Alaska boundary
line «t Lynn canal, under the modut
vivendi, arriver! in Seattle from Wash
ington, and wil proceed to V ictoria.
where they will meet the two British
member, of the commission.
American menmbers are U. 11. l'ilmau. I
assistant superintendent of the United
States coast and geological suivev. and
hi« assistant, O. B. Freuch. They are
gathering statistics ami information
here concerning the matter they hare
in hand. Mr. Tiilman said it would
requite probably two months to com
plete the survey. The line will Ire
marked with the usual monuments,
stakes, etc. On Uhilkoot and White
passes, monuments of a permanent char
acter will be set up. so that there may
be no possible dispute at these points
as to the exact location of the line.
“We are simply to ascertain the lo
cation and mark out for the guidance
of all persons the line established by
the modus vivendi between England
and the United States,” said Mr. Til
man. “This line was agreed to in Oc
tober, 1899, after several months of ne
gotiation. It is bv no means a per
manent or established lamndary line
beyond the terms and life of the modus
vivendi. Our work will be necessarily
technical and not diplomatic, although
we are operating under the direction,
in this instance of the department of
state, at Washington. The distance to
be surveyed is about 25 miles.”
Mr. Tilman expects to begin active
work in the Held about June 15. He
and Mr. French will meet the Cana
dian commissioners at Victoria. They
are W. F. King and J. L. McArthur.
A party of about 12 men will be taken
along to assist in the Held work. The
expenses of the survey are to be shared
equally by the two countries.
are wearying beyond den
orlptlon and they Indicate
real trouble somewhere,
Efforts to bear the dull
pah» are heroic, but they
do not overcome It and
the baokaohes oontinue
until the oause Is re
Lyttta E. Pinkham's Vcgctbk Compound
doos this more certainly
than any other medicine.
H his been doing H for
thirty years. It Is a wo
man’s medicine for wo
man’s Ills. It has done
much for ti.e health of
American women. Read
the grateful letters from
women oonstantty ap
pearing In this paper.
Mrs. Pinkham counsels
women free of charge.
Her address Is Lynn,
Metal never rusts in the waters of
lake Titacaca. A chain or anchor can
be left in it for two weeks and it will
be as clean and bright as when it came
from the foundry, which is probably
owing to action of some of the chemical
salts in the water.
Allen’s Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet
It cures painful, swollen, smarting, dpt
ous feet, and instantly takes the sting m*
of corns and bunions. It’s the greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Alien's Foot-
Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for Ingrown g Nails,
sweating, callous and hot. tired, aching
feet. We have over 30.000 testimonials. ,
Try it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for 25c. in stamps.
Trial package EK EE. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
State Senator Charles W. Fulton, of
Astoria, Or., has accepted the invita
tion extended to him to deliver the
Fourth of July oration in 1’endleton.
The warehouses at The Dalles, have
pounds of wool, and it is pouring in
rapidly from all points of the compass.
The good road from Sumpter to Gran
ite will be constructed under the direc
tion of E. J. Godfrey. It will cost
Se ' $5,000 or $6,000 and will be a credit
The native commissioner at
bungwe, Africa, reports that the white to that section.
rhinocerous is still to be seen on the
The $1,000 bond issued by the Ham
veldt in the districts between the San- ilton school district, Grant County,
vati and Zambesi rivers. It was gen Or., commanded a premium of $12.
erally thought that the gigantic animal The bond bears 6 per cent interest and
is payable in 20 years.
You Will Never Know
what good ink is unless you use Carter’s.
It costs no mure than poor ink. All deal-
Over 600,000 pounds of tea is
sained in England daily.
William E. McClure, formerly of
Eugene, and a University of Oregon
alumnus, will be graduated this year
from the department of law, Columbia
university, Washington, D. C.
What are the Oregon boys coining to?
Piso’s Cure for Consumption is an infal asks the Albany Democrat. John G.
lible medi< ine for coughs and colds.—N. Hammond, a Europe young man, is do
Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17,
ing the villain in a “Sapho” company
doing the New England states.
a ^ernumt fox, close pressed by two
J. T. Rorick last week cut a Held of
beunda, dashed across a railroad track
in front of an advancing train, which rye on the old Frank Taylor place
| across the river from The Dalles, Or.,
killed the do^s.
that averaged in height six feet and
Mothers will Cud Mrs. Winslow’s Sooth I eight inches. Mr. Rorick says it beat
ing byrup the best remedy to use for their
any rye crop he ever saw.
Children during the teething period.
In some interesting experiments by
English botanists, "sleeping" plants,
or those which had taken their noctur
nal position, were place! in a dark
room. On "awakening” next morn
ing they took in the darkness their
usual positions by day, even when that
position had been made oblique by one
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
See Fac-Similé Wrapper Below.
CURE SICK HEADACHE
Introduce our Famous “tOUTHERJ
CIGAR«" we give to each person buying
a bos of 60 cigars for $2.60 and eipress charges, an elegant
nickel plat®case, stem wind, stem set, opsn face Watch,
American mako, which with proper care should I ab
for years; also a plated watch chain and charm. Send us
y«ur nam® aud full address -no monsy. W® will send
cigars, watch, chain and charm. If. after examination, you
are ®atlsfl®d, pay your a<ent
and express charges.
Th®aa goeds sent anywbere in th® H. 8. at thus® terms. The
^Southern Belle is as good as many 10c oigars now offered.
^Then ord®?i ng^ptoses |
paper without fail
A new tube boiler has been sent down
to Seaside, Or., to replace the large one
now being used by the saw mill there.
A 7,000 gallon water tank is being
erected by the company near the box
factory, and will afford ample protec
tion in case of Hre.
Day Bros, have commenced work on
their saw mill at Cascade Locks, and,
when completed, it will saw 60,000
feet a day. They will get their logs on
the other side of the rivet, one log
ging camp being near Stevenson, and
another will be put in at Wind river.
The prospect of a large crop of mel
ons in Yakima county, Wasn., is not
as bright as might be desired.
seeds having rotted, necessitates re
planting, and the cool spell has not
helped to develop a healthy growth; it
is predicted the corp will be short and
The experiments that have been car
ried on by the O. R. & N. with brome
grass and on the arid lands in the vi
cinity of Telosaste, south of Union, Or.,
have shown that the new grass will
grow luxuriantly on the dry and al
most barren hills.
quantity of seed will be sown this year.
The steamer Signal was chartered by
the Pioneer Western Timber Company
for Cape Nome, and the vessel left
South Bend for that point. J. D. Dyer
is manager of the enterprise. It is
proposed to start a lumber yard at
Nome and supply it from South Bend
or Knappton. A part of the cargo con
sisted of 400,000 feet of lumber for
buildings and since boxes.
Fire broke out in the dry kiln of the
Addison mill plant at Tacoma last
week. The firemen confined the tire
to the building in which it originated,
but as that building contained the ma
chinery, the mill will have to shut
down for repairs. The loss is $15,000,
while the insurance is but $4,500, leav
ing a net loss of $10,500. The com
pany will rebuild at once.
H. J. Snivel/, J. H. Viseler« and J.
M. Baxter, have leased 1,200 acres of
land on Toppenish creek, eight mile«
frpm Toppenish station, in Yakima
county, Wash., and have «ceded 400
| acres to wheat, 90 to millet, 10 to field
[ peas, 300 to barley and 350 to oats. It
is their intention later on to engage in
dairying and «toekraising and most of
the land will be devoted to timothy.
They have contract« with the Indian
owners of the land for a 10 yearn’
lease, and believe the contract« are
Jack Salisbury and A. II. Chapman
brought into Pendleton recently, 1,5011
wethers which were sold to Howard,
a buyer from St. Paul. The sheep were
shipped via the W. C. It. and North-
eru Pacific roads, and w ill be taken to
the Montana ranges for the summer
and then «hipped on East in the fall.
Mr. Salisbury stated that they received
for the lot $2.65 apiece, which is re
garded as a Very good figure.
Queen Wilhelmina, of Holland, has
a minature farm, the products of which
go to assist in ralirviug th« towr.
I.levs of Business.
Bradatreet'. .ay«: Trade i., H any
.liilig. quieter and price« ar. lower than
« week ago, while efforts toward a re-
.djuatineiit of productive capacity to
pieeeut condition», are noted iu veveral
line, of nidiiFtrv. notably irouand steel
.nd lumber. Ihiaettled conditions iu
the cotton trade, ami a large failure,
lue mainly to overetapling the bull aide
>f the maple, has tended to weaken
[uotatious in reveial linesof speculative
business. Backward crop reports and
the backward demand for cotton goods
*re of course partly responsible for the
»harp break, but statistically the staple
remains very stn'n^.
VIvices fivm the dry g<k>ds trade are
if backward demaud at retail, affecting
orders in many lines, but cotton goods
production is still heavy.
The boot and shoe market ia dull
with manufacturers firm but with job
ber« asking for lower prices.
Lumber is on the whole weaker,
partly owing to the unsettled conditions
m the building trade aud partly to tha
feeling that prices have been pushed
too high, and thia feeling is likewise
true of a number of other lines.
Almost alone among iron and steel
products, structural material is firm
*md much is hoped for in the direction
of new business. The weakness in cast
Iron pipe is inducing some curtailment
of production, notably at the South.
Wheat, including Hour, shipments for
the week aggregate 8,698,968 bushels,
against 5,178.422 bushels last week.
Business failures for the week num-
her 167 in the United States, compared
with 155 last week.
In the Dominion of Canada business
failures for the week number 18, HS
compared with 24 last week.
The absolutely pure
of all the baking powders in the
world—ce 1 c b r a t c d
□VAL to ff-'S A
for its great leavening
strength and purity.
It makes your cakes,
biscuit, bread, ctc
healthful; it assures
you against alum and
all forms of adultera
tion that go with the
Lettuce, hot house, 40® 45c doz.
Alum bit Inf powders art low prk«*. •• .1«m
» R U,"l ; M • Ml to * ""."Mie ......... I M®
Potatoes, $16(<S 17; $17® 18.
Il r.ml.1. lb. baking pvadet dangeivu» lo ut iu Iuo4-
Beets, per sack, 50® 60c.
Turnips, per sack, 40®60o.
Carrots, per sack. $1.
ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK.
Parsnips, per sack, 50® 75c.
Cauliflower, California 85® 90c.
A SIGNIFICANT LETTER.
Celery—40® 60c per doz.
“1 suppose you will vote according
Cabbage, native and
California, to your own conscience iu this matter.”
New York City, Feb. 15, 1900.
$1.00® 1.25 per 100 pounds.
My Dear Carlton:—! know it will
“1 will.” answered Senator Sorghum.
Apples, $2.OO@2.75; $3.00®3.50.
“And my conscience telle me that it is please you to learn that my hone-ward
Prunes, 60c per box.
always wrong to waste good money.” journey iroiu San Francisco was more
Butter—Creamery, 22c; Eastern 22c; — Washington Star.
than pleasant. Gue striking feature
dairy, 17®22c; ranch, 15® 17c pound.
that added very much to my comfort
Spectroscopic and other observations was the dining ear service on th« Bio
show the fixed stars to lie self-luminous Grande Western and the Denver <fc Ki"
14® 15c; bodies—suns to the other systems of Grande. This is the tine«» service of
planets. Au analysis of their light in this description 1 have ever seeu any-
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, $11.00 dicates the presence of the same chemi where, either in this country orabroad;
® 12.00; choice Eastern Washington cal elements that exist in our own sun the food and cooking was all that could
and earth, together w ith others un lie desired, and at very moderate i rtce».
timothy, $18.00® 19.00
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $23; known in our solar system.
If you hap|aau to know the Km Grande
feed meal, $23.
Western people, I wish you would say
The news from Lick observatory that to them that it will afford me the
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
the North star, 255,000,000 miles away
greatest pleasure at all times to bear
Flour—Patent, per barrel, $3.25; from us, has been found to be not one I testimony anywhere to the above facts.
blended straights, $3.00; California,
Very truly yours.
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; itra- great orbits like the moon, earth and
(Signed) J. ADDISON BAKER, 2ml.
ham, per barrel, $3.00; whole wheat sun—is another remarkable result of
[-all lake Tribune )
the application of photo-spectroscopy
flour, $3.00; rye flour, $3.80®4.00.
The Rio Grande Western Railway
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, $18.00; to the telescopic study of the heavens. now operates through Pullman sleeping
»horts, per ton, $14.00.
cais la-tween San Francisco and Chi
If all the dressmakers known to ex cago, without change. The route i la
Feed—Chopped feed, $19.00 per ton;
middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal,
Salt Lake City is unequalled :■ attrac
day for a whole year without stopping tiveness anil wealth of novel interest.
per ton, $30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed beef for sleep or meals, they would still be Three through trains daily. Write for
steer», price 8c; cows, 7c; mutton 8c; able to make only one dre>:s apiece for information, rates, etc., to J. D. Mans-
pork, 8e; trimmed, 9c; veal, 8 5.® less than seven-eights of the women in Held, General Agent, 253 Washington
street, Portland, Ore., or Geo. W.
Hams—Large, 13c; small, 13V«;
The meteorological department of Heintz, General Passenger agent, Salt
breakfast bacon, 12> rc ; dry salt sides,
the government of India has now four Lake City.
first-class observatories, 174 general
A competent judge estimate« that
stations, and 2,280 rainfall stations, about three time« as many books »ere
Wheat — Walla Walla.
51® 52c; from which regular monthly statements sold in the United States in lbVU as in
Valley, 52c; Bluestem, 54c per bushel. are received.
any year since 1893.
Flour—Best grades, $3.00; graham,
$2.50; superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
gray, 33c per bushel.
brewing, $16.00® 16.50 per ton.
If You Are Awake to Your Own Chancei Read This and Then Write
Millstuffs—Bran, $13 per ton; mid
Us for Full Information and Prospectus.
dlings, $19; shorts, $15; chop, $14 per
Hay—Timothy, $9 ® 11; clover, $7 ®
7.50; Oregon wild hay, $6 @7 per ton.
For develonim-nt i„irpmea we will ,e|| ¿..miu .harea of Tr«a»,irv -t... » at |1
. ,rr p..^
Butter—Fancy creamery, 30® 35c;
who bu, tbi» Mo<-k will »ee It Increaae In value fait and the, will n.ake u.. , 1..1 j .
Inve.tlxation Invited. Our property ha. been riamlned and rrt <>rt.-.|
.. . .. „
v«‘'..ble by V M iimlen, Fl.-Id K.pen, Pr...lu<«r,' oil E.rh.n.r.Un 1 -a,
Eggs—18c per dozen.
now deposited In the Merchant«* Nation«;Bank. Portland, Or. Our offi< . rs are withoutsalar » s'
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c
Young America, 14c; new cheese lOi
512 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $4.00®
4.50 per dozen; hens, $5.00; springs,
H. C. E< KKN’BERGER, Pre».
R. I* DURHAM, Vlce-Frea.
II. C. 8TRA7TOX, Secy
$email@example.com; geese, $6.50®8.00 for old;
Will KU TO It«:— (To any and all of whom we rt-frr vtni ) J Frank Wat,„n
$firstname.lastname@example.org; ducks, $email@example.com per President Marelmnt»'.Satlonal Bank. Portland. Or.; R I. Durham V, . J-,L |.-,.t m .., > , 1
N.lional Bank Portland Or.; If. <:. Breeden, of II. <’ Br-«d«n A v"'. |'( nir.1 n ■'!“. 'y'A'«,
turkeys, live, 14® 15c per uXnr
R“lw,z: cb"1"v- tuo‘wr- *
■»•"« »>•-«b m «»:;
Potatoes—40® 65c per sack; sweet*,
’-' rite 11» today. Yon will b.- glad yon did »0. If you hare anr m. ana at all
It to your»t lt to Inv.-atigat« th 1. opportunity for Invenment '
*t »11 you owe
2®2.l.c per pouuu.
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnip«. 75c;
CALI, ON Ollll AiiK.NT.
per sack; garlic, 7c per ponnd; cab-
McCormick All Rtwwl Hu, Rak..,
bagc, 1 Ijc per pound; parsnips, 75;
King of the Mee
onions, 3c per pound; carrots, 50c.
H feet, 20 or 26 tee
Hops—2® 8c per pound
feet, 26 or 32 teeth.
Wool—Valley, 12® 13c per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 10® 15c; moliair, 27®
30c per ponnd.
Mutton—Gross, best sheep, wethers
snd ewes, 8%c; dressed mutton, 7®
7,‘sC per pound; lamb«, 5T»c.
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
feeders, $4.50; dressed,
$5.00®6.50 per 100 pounds.
Beef—Gross, top steers, $1.00® 4.50;
cows, $3.50®4.00; dressed beef, 6>,®
For catalogue, add re«« A. H. BOYLAN, 321
Hawthorne Avenue, Portland, Or.
7?.c per pound.
Would be too cheap to be good,
Veal—Large, 6}$®7>ic; small, 8®
81ac per pound.
but we have Top Buggies for
Tallow—5®5j^c; No. 3 and grease,
A portal addressed to P. O. Bo« 41, Portland,
for $65 Cash that we guaran
8’j@4o per pound.
Oregon, will brinit you a handsome Ko Nut
look Book. Ko-Nut Is the latest lard aubatl-
tee for one year from date of
luls; and purer, cheaper and more economical.
Ran Francisco .Market.
purchase. They have good
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 14® 16c per
pound; Eastern Oregon, 12® 16c; Val
strong wheels, guaranteed hick
ley, 2O@22c; Northern, 10® 12c.
ory spokes, tires 5-16 thick,
11® 13c pet
round edge and projecting
Butter—Fancy creamery 17® 17’4c; '
over the felloe, to protect same.
do seconds, 16® 16 %c; fancy dairy,
have others at $70, $75,
16c; do seconds, 14®15c ]>er pound.,
$80, $85 and up.
Road Wagons at $40 and up.
Millstuffs — Middlings, $17.00 ®
20.00; bran, $12.50® 13.50.
Mitchell Farm Spring Wagons
FORTUNES TO BE MADE IN OIL
Floor ahoul.l uo< t'» k«pl in •
n>"in «»» pantry wli«re tb»>» ••
(,»,,1». a. It al'-'b. odor«.
..Irina lat rtv.oiinl» for |HH>r bread
„Itriior limn an inh'i tor quality of Hour
Mto l.'.of load that «re mad» of g»l«-
tmo or milk .liould «lw«y« I'» k»|’»
COOK BOOK FREE.
For Sale by all Grocers.
Hay—Wheat $6.50® 9.50; wheat and
For Gonorrheea and Gleet g« *. Pabst's Okay Hpedflc It
inedii'in® wbicn will cure ea< h and every
oat $6.00®'J.00; best barley $5.00® cmao
. H<) CASK known it has ever failed to cur®, no
7.00; alfalfa, $5.00®6.50 per ton; from it® us® will astonish you. It to absolutely R®f®,
SEND FOR CATALOGUE,
prevent® stricture and ran he token without Inconv®
straw, 25® 40c per bale.
aimer and detention from buiilscm I’RK K. |3 w h,r
Potatoes—Early Rose, 60®65c; Ore- sale by ®ll reliable druggist®, or sent prepaid by eipros*
plainly wrapped, on receipt of price, by
gon Burbanks, 70c®$1.00; ...
PA KMT ( HtMH AL 00., Chtoago, HL
bank«, 40®75c; t Salinas Burbanks, 1 i -trentor mailed on request.
80c® 1.10 per sack.
$2.75®3.25; Mexican limos, $4.00®
5.00; California lemons 75c®$l.5O;
You can he comfortable always If you have th*
New Columbian IIre Krate In your house. No more
do choice $1.75® 2.00 per I mix .
'rouble from smoke or half heated rooms. It hat is good oolicy.
Tropical Fruits—Bananas, $1.50® a n*w nyntem of «IrauKhta. throw* the heat Into the
room Instead of up tha chimney, and eaves you
2.50 per bunch; pineapples, nom money. Ml mt tell you about thitt new grate. It
Eleven hundred woodworker« in Min-
1« perfection for any household. For particulars
inal; Persian dates,
6®6J4c per a«d
neapolii. Minn., «truck fur au imriare
full description apply toTHKJOHNHAK
MSTT Uu., 91 riretb^s F«»rUaM4. Or.
ARE YOU COLD OR ROT? PORTLAND,
And Tharrfora tha Mloud Must b«
Purlflrd to Curo Dlsoaso.
Ili Ih« bl<H»d Uste h 111* «mgiii of a lh<
jmiiv of liumsii alimenta, ■< roful« tali
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h««« thelr siarllng |»<»int In bad bltMul «i,<|
therefur« «Il mav l»e viirvd by hurirvin»
eiirh'ldlli ami tìialishig III« biuud alili
Impure Blood “I suffer««! from
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tukhig thè ervulid I h » i ile <»( ILind'« Bar««,
parlila I l« |fan tu b *1 unirli brttur | i»r
lieve II ha* doli« fur »He * lisi ||<» othrr
medicine eoiild baie «bme ” Auar« <«nn.
man , 76ó Lydia btivei. Oakland, (’al.
Iu a W«t Climate.
to he queen
of th* M«y tomorrow. Ilwv» you your
Baulina Ya. Papa Imuuht ma an
extra h»<avy pair of gum boot», a double
lithe Bret Metllciiie Money l'«n Ihiy.
thick waterproof, a |>air of fur mitten»,
a |wlr of thrvo ply woolan .tockiii». »
A New t'anl lrl«h.
I .air of oar iniiff" aud a now umbrella.
Bachelor Hul>«*ril><’r (a vorachiii.
— Harlem Lit«.
reader) to Lady Librarian I it..... . l’||
have to get married no I can taka out
Nleep < haitgr« th« Vertllrt.
The jurv In a recent law «uil unatil more I mmi L n at a time.
nioiiilv nitreed upon the verdlcl, «ralr«l ii
I «ad y Librarian — I lore’s my card
ami went Imme I*' il ‘ l.e.1 Afler
You ran take some out on that.
over t r.. v .ii-,.g'>‘«'l ri'"
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t«» «tremitìi.n Ih« huiiiaii militi. Tini»« Journal.
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Mrs. Bowers—I shall select a Ur<k-
i . ,ui, I .li-.-p II I» tha Iwat of rema-
,1-,|,.r kulney, llvrr ami biuta! dlaurvl.ra. tie for you when I am iu town today,
Smith—Fvery Eng!iahm*n la will-
Mr, Bowers — Before yon aelei-t it
in.- lo bear arma fur liia miintry.
will you hare th« clerk blindfold you!
Brtiwu—Y«a; «u<i «>iery Kcntchm«®
Mrs. Itowurs—Blindfold io«f, Ar.
ia willing tu bare l«g*.—Chicago Kveu- you craayl
Mr. Bowers—Not |tv being blind
iug New a.
folded there Is a chalice that you may
««»ri a ,>H|t>. city or Telano,!
Strike olio that I could wiutrl—I'lb k.
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Ml»« Was I.ale.
tl. . bui . Inlha i li» «•• Tolatlo, l'.Kinl»
“House cleaning now I” exclaimed
a t ,
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, .1! .INI- Il INI'IO l> l"H I A KH ft.T r» h
Snagga, when hn went homo aud found
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b> il,e , .evi llmu »inni» Vi «a
HIANK J ITIKNICY
Sworn lo brfor« in. ami awMarlltail in <”«
"You ought to hti\n done it in L««nl.
pri-ari., r. Ih,, .ih tlaj ol l'.t rmbar, A. 1> im .
That is the proper sraM»n for pviisme.’'
Aaiar, p»»U« — l’itbiburg < 'hroiiivlr- I elegraph.
ll.l?, Valarrb Ver» l> i.krn Internali, ami a. la
line. 1 , >m li,« Il.... lami muv.ni. »uriatra vi
The municipality of Paaadena. (’al.,
IL«- a,»lem. -u-u I b-r i.kilmninala. Ir«»
owns a 6‘J a« re gmve of English wal*
F ! i IIKNKY A LO . Tubali», U.
«old l>, druaai.ia, ISc.
nuts, l«a«t year it yielded marly lUU,«
limi • Kaiuil, rula u» iba beaL
000 ¡mund« of nut«.
The prnetice of entillg araenio ia very
Per|>rtiial motion han not yrt |>eei>
preialeut aimmg ilio |H'aMiitry nf thè
discut vre<|. Science teaches that th«
un uutaiiioua illatiicta of Anatri«, Hun-
gary ami Frane».
They deviar» th.it revolution of the earth upon it* ails la
n « iH’Ar |*T|»t’liittl motion a« am thing
thia |»'l»'ll enablea thelll to aaceml
nuli e.ce lieighta whi. h they etiuld imt yet known.
olherwiite climi» without great dlatrvM.
to thè che»t.
The hotte.t mino» Iti tb» woild are
<>n III» lownr levela
thè beat la mi great that tha meli cau
li" I work over 10 or 15 ni riiu tea at a
time. Fvery known ineati» ut mltigat-
Ing thè beat baa been trita! in vaili
Ice metta Lefore it reachea Ilio bottom
of thè ahaft«.
Sir John Sinbald iu a recent lecture
that the itatistica lor Scotland «bowed
the same preponderance in the uuuila-r
of imicidea tn auinnier over thoae oc
curring in winter aa had baen ahown
by the statistic, of every country in
which the matter had been investi
The cotti pl leal Ion of
An ascetic 1« living outside the Delhi
gate at Inshore. India, who, it is said,
has not parted his lips for the |>aat 50
veers, n r has demauded anything ever
from any person to satisfy the irresisti
ble demands of the stomach. People
■lock to see him in large num here.
Is a very s* re trouble, bui
doubly, or sapersi«!? •• aprala
or bruite, Iber« is nu f« msdy
u the equal u(
Experiments by E. Kloiu Indicate
that, contrary to mmmou l>elief, such
germs as those of the cholera, typusand
dipthoria do not aurvlvo more than
three or four weeks slier burial In the
man, SURE CURE
Prof. Jules Labordc’s Marvelous
French Preparation of
Far Lost Manhood.
ORIENTAL OIL «St FUEL COMPANY
A TOP BUGGY
litvrel »• a'<'ii>!«’i» “• I*'» «‘f »“>l *<’»oib
not onlv odor», but g»rnm.
, in .... \mblmg». «•>'■ nor b«k«d I h '» ii »
.hvnld »rer b» put into th» refrlgor-
Ihi'Y all I»'»'« »n od»r o! which
it m difficult to rid th» »»(rigorator.
mid thfv «l»o tUvor th» food.—Uuiciu
n .ti I ii'i'iirer.
It’s in (he Blood
FuH 5 Days* Treatment
By Sealed Mail.
NO C.O.D. OR DEPOSIT SCHEME
Frnry perwnn whofg itaufTnrr? from nerroue
8i»«*ases should writ* the V< m > liohl Go., <in-
Cinn<*fl. Ohio, at one*, and arrapi their offer
or a fi ve <l.ijs trial treatfnentJr«*e of charge.
This lg nod.O. !>. or BE PUH IT «Them« but a
lllxr »1 pf>[Ku»lt!on made to unfortunate auf-
ferernby Ihlftlong-eatablltthcdconcern, which
is the largest importer of specifics for nervous
and semai distia*« In the world.
The Von M<»hl (V>. has Um enle American
••khia for Prof. Labordu’s French preparation
<f ’ althos .** the only remedy known toad*
/anced medical rclenoe that will pf«ltlv«ly
:ure nervous debility. This remedy haa for
year” I**1*) till'd as a specific in the French
srrnb s. and since Ita Introduc
tion Into th* L n I tea nt.itos has
thousands of sufferers, and the
success of th* remedy In Europe
pealed In this country.
In order to piar, thia wonderful tre.tm.nt
In the hand, of evnry peraon wlio «offrir, the
mental and phv»lcaiangul»h of ooiual waak-
ni-M, The Von Mohl rt,, ha«dwld~l toaend a
*1 |r"»lm*n» to all who wrlto at once.
I ben-rniMly l.aentby mail In a plain pm k-
?ff|*?T.th,.r®1,noPu,,*,r,tF In receiving H ot
i J. n!li.
*,''’o'nP'‘[>yln« the medlclnuthere
» a m
language for you to
1 ’? h*0'1 teine prlvatAly with per-
f ■ t»afety, ami a aura cure I. guaranteed? -
crn"P» upon men unaware«.
Funi. Vili " T" 7“1,r»*l< or remain In Igno-
t*tnB dragged down by
U» . J , ‘
No mailer what thn
k an<1 ,"1,ln*ea «area, the reaulta
■mmory. e.,i»»Iona, liupotency, varicocele and
shrunken parts. This st>e« |fl1i- remedy will
cur* you al any stiitf* Iwirurernlh’P«/ r«‘»ulte
withHnsulncconsumption and insanity.
thos” g'**sdirectly to tlm s«’utof th* trouble,
no matter of b<>w long «funding, and tb” pa
tient f<M’ls th* iM'fM’Ut of the flint day’s t rent-
ment. In flv* <lnys the medicines s*nt Ire«
will make you fori Ilk” a now man.
The von Mohl (’a. often ri'cvivrs th* most
Eitonlshlng b'HtttnoDliil** from person« who
live taken only fl re days* t rmtment. They
itvn thotiNnnds of trstIrnonlal« from the»*«
who have ix’cn per manmit ly cured after Imr-
tng troen given up by doctors, misled J*n<l
ruined In health t»y disreputable inrdlrsl
srhsmars. and when they had given up their
last hope for health nnd happiness. N<»arn-
Slblo tn'raon will permit hl« nam® tn I«» u*r4
for a testimonial as in adtnIftMon thathe b*O
any of the ¿I mmoum for which the preparatlo®
of "(’«Ithoa" Is a specific cure. Hom* Irre
sponsible advertisers ar«» using ‘ nmae-up
testimonials, but the Von Mohl (’<>. Invaria
bly declines to make public th* names or cor
respondence of any patients who have beo®
Flv® days* treatment will be placed 1n y'»nr
hands free of coat, and you are earnestly
urged for your own sake toaend for it with
out delay. Wrlto to day nnd h < n<l your »<►
dress. Il Is not necessary toglvoenibnrrss*
Ing details of your sy mptons. The lx>ok so-
company Ing the five days* treatment will on-
abl® yod to take the medicine In private sria
treat yourself siK'uosNfully athoma. ItcoffiJ
nothing to try tills remedy. It may costy,r®
agrcaldeal more to let this off* r «<> by-
today. Address Til EVON MolfLOO
CINCINNATI. OHIO. Largent I mporters of
does your head ache ?
Standard Preparations lu tue United Ötetef
M soli Inwijr nml HiipplluS*
•ymem that needs
Moore’s Revealed Remedy
Flies ere Aired i JA/’i!n4,
JOHN POOLR, P orti . A an, 0«»'»'’i'|
ren give you the heat hargnlna In g' n«r»l
nim hlnery, engine», holler», tank», pumi’’;
plow» belt» and windmill». The n«V
ateel I X L windmill, aold by him, I* u”
I' m nig<» far '*"n"U'I.
I« I «• » «ar«.
noi to «trlntur«
hotice TO MOPERH owners .
TMI ivAue Cur MICAI
aa /ri, .s-
'.a. ami Ami.'.
D S. A.
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ar Mnt la alalo »ff’C’l
Otroalar s®nl ®n requss*
to. P. K. V.
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