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a.,moil* fur Aotlra« Itrllre.
“MY OWN SELF AGAIN
Follows Iler Advtea anil I. M«»te Well.
" D kar M bs IT mkiiam
two and one half years 1 have been in
feeble heal th. After my little child came
it bee med 1 could not
. get my strength
again. 1 have
chills and the
severest pains in
of head and am
ble ut times. 1
also have a pain
/just to the right of
breast bone. It is
so severe at times
that I cannot lie on
my right side. Plea.se
write me what you
think of my case.”—
M st. C lara G a tks .
Johns P.O., Miss.,
April 25, 1898.
1 PACIFIC COAST NEWS
n»«<tj<**,,"'i*l °f Quotation. lh.
In, traluio. of TrsU«.
* ammerelat *it*l
of Interest in the Growing
The mines owned by the War Eagle
Consolidated Mining Cotnpanj vu
Shaw’s mountain are growing better
ami better aa development progressea,
says the Boise Statesman. lhe Me-
Cart In pnqawty is now producing some
very rich ore. specimens showing gold
in large quantities.
In the Paymaster, after following
the ore chute some 800 feet, the man
agement determined to open stope*
preparatory to starting tho mill. Five
upraises were started for this purpose
and in every one of them the vein i«
far tietter than in the level. It is
alxmt six (< et wide, and there is four
and a half feet of ore that runs close to
$10 a ton.
Altogether the outlook for this group
is most euiouragiug. All that was ex
pected was to open a good property,
but it now looks as though it would
turn out to be a bonanza.
Work on the concentrating mill is
progressing rapidly and it is hoped to
have the plant ready to run by the
Fourth of July. It will be a novel
sight to see that mill in operation.
There is no other plant like it in the
SOME OLD BEQUESTS.
Urndstreet’s *ayc Readjuitmeut, of
price quotation, to meet thu changed
mnilitii n of mipply and demand ar*
still the leading feature* of the general I
tr.oio. In volume the bn,me,, doing
1, of a betw«*eu-*ea»on character, im
provement iu some lines being counter-
balrnied by increased dullness in other
branches. That the baste conditions of
the trade are in the main of a favorable
nature, however, 1* proved by the con-
tinned good railroad earnings returns
which eonie to hand. The fact seem*
to be that the volume of business offer-
< d the ti.iiteportutiou interest* of the
country continues considerably in ex
cess of a year ago. Urop reports lire
relatively most fa«oi..ble a* regards
u-ni nnd oats.
in tho Southwest,
v.heat crop prospect* are still main
tained ut a high average.
Northwest wheat has been helped by
late rains, but owing to their late ar
rival it is not certain how much bene-
t.t was obtained thereby.
The hand-to mouth domestic demand
f r iron and steel continues, but tho
number of small orders received
Southern pig and steel rails note
mo-t inquiry. The situation in tho
pi|>> market is no better, and platesare
weaker. Concessions of fractions o( a
dollar are apparently easily obtained
for pig iron, but throughout the trade
the feeling is rather more cheerful, the
feeling being that lower price* will on
the one hand eueourage consumptiv«
demands, and. on the other hand, tend
to restrict production by less economi
Business faiures for the week in the
United States number 135, a* com
oared w ith 167 last week.
LEGACIES IN WILLS OF
Article* of Household I ar Meat limed
to Pay tor 8a)lna of Muaaes.
Ing down tn h bnll.a.n When 1«’,r"
like a big ball. »»'• Viie.li.h ami Norivegtau »««iiaiilata hi
the earth 0 *
York timi lhe klug »I bwu*li*n «ml
taking ."»ii «'J11 11
iMUiid» up again.
M, K»*. «p«*i I. 1,11 1 x.uw.i» h>" <l<*c>lie»l to iewur.1 pei-on*
Not lung ago lu
who lm»e I»'UII'I ol'J«* •»
came down in a PiilkKiu
Die «minx* |«'Ur e*p«<lulon. and that
ParaHm.e;.^ m*. ...
- -A J I nearly
a iiii <I Im» I’c.'ii "«'I »»ide lor n*«i«r*l«
pig »ta.’k ‘>f «
catiit* down lu h
|*»r«ou> »ho may horealt«*r find »*1*
lhe b.«t m H droie
j*»*-ta i»*m th* i'»|»,«llti‘,n
It i» «up-
E hhi away After lh»l I never ln(i»»i |,< m *.I limi »I'” I io | h > ol reward I» tin* »lit
paraehute woulil n»»t let »*' 1 11
tu I*.* an Hie<*ntlie to whaler« and other
eri lh«* par»«*bute »rntngemen •
..................... who go lur north to ««.ureli for
one. but aliende.1 to It ui)»«l
du, »•»»>( tlu> explorer
uml jm * i »«*I» .»«••
“ IT h * rope that »«vure* the I"" " '
pliiei- out ol III.' beatvu path lor that
drop* full, |(M) feel before th»« I'“1* pur|«>M*.
gCIrctilvll> It* <’M|»aulea.
chut«. begin* to t’lh 11 ,"""1
rill'» n«-n c«tin|H»Uinl. whn h I* nnnlr from
you're up high enough. Then* m e »•» »In in i In mH *1”. I* |'ul
oral liiiii»lr»‘»l parachute men Io tit«* a,,,l '» i..*i n.ldv.l I**« »vrtalii .piantili **l
business, ami the accidents ar»*
»» »n f will hirnHdi tdt’clrn ily rinnotli I«*
<»“«• In-lit a
dttvr an autnnmbllt* »«r rvrii
rullo than r.-tllr»n»«I caaurtltle*
A I •' Iruinl Indi» Ihit III!» iv imtlihig «'»»m*
business Is new ut that,
to il»»' *t r» nd h»‘iiin>t |n»v*»'i <* •«»
\ limn »•»n't |u»r d ,| n»
.» iMiftlr »d ll«*aivltri a Simii.u Ii
the rullo will be
It cur«« iinlig»’*l l»»il, «I v »l**’|»*lu,
almke «ulta piiniehule. lf II d»m l <-l”"
In « r ami kidney tr»»»il»lr’« ami
A man In Ih«* illr I» «Imph powerl* -«
Invarlably thè fall I* heml tir»! " !'<''• I il tlic *trm w lib ihr V igur »»t In itllll.
II« <4i|<|il*«t %a|i**rt.
file pitraclilll«* ia'gtn* 1». 611 thè •«’ ' ul
1ÌIO l.iviTl»»! I’>>»t.
|s lesa rapili. hik I limili.' »'” » B'<* pai
turn t<> th» ro|mrt <>l Dr
chute lui* graduali.' tllh'd " l"llk;'
W igloswort Ii
out wllli a pop. Ibel) Ihe »eroimut oh tho Ruinhlll asylum, «ms: *'lli«
cllmb* oli lo hi» trina*»»* »mi guide» II»*
il ,if druukoiim"“ hu. many sad a>
paraehute to » «afe himlinit-
».'' •' po. tx
But |»,rhap» the saddest ol all
ense* out of leu, yoll eau himl back <>n l- tho Ibi lliot rt. druiikctiiic inoro«»-
thè 1**1 " Iter.* i*m altrieri
1 l”' c» m > de«'» lux nitv. loft your Is6 pa-
tlrat performer» must huve h«»l neri» tu nt« «> ro Hdmittvd to th« ssvluiii H»
h I, «ult of
to malta thè drop No*. ’
busliies*. noi eoti«ldere»l haxar.lmi» ut ; , w. re woini'ii. During tho yc«r 88
.•ili. The hurdest work I* lo brlng I i*'k r iicri'd and wore •li»«-hnrg«*d
thè Imllooil "Uh » wugon. S.miellm*'» ril l of I ■■inl»,r o»er 180 reiniiltiod, of
It teurs In thè tree». or wliereiei II u hum IcM than 50 uro rogurdod n> <-ur-
Ifu» rofi-r« to one fMr only and
muy lami " hen noi In open."
Sheets, taankets, pillow* and cover
let* or counterpanes were frequent
subjects of bequests 111 the middle
ages; and one lady of quality. Kiitl)
erlne, Lady llastluga, having borrowed
money of another, Cecilia. Mar» litem»*
of Dorset, will* (1503) "that the said
Cecilia. Ill full eouteiitlon of such «urns
of money that I owe unto her, have my
bed of arras. Utter, tester ami counter
pane, which she late iKirroweil of me."
The costliness of lhe material* may l>e
estimated from the tradition that tin*
bed. with the furniture, prepare»! for
.lame* I. at Kuowle, cost 47.000, the
curtain* being cloth of gold. Bequest*
for masse* and pilgrimage* abouml.
and It Is curious to observe to wliat
P ear M rs . P inkham :—
Ihave taken Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege
extent the belief in the et!l»-aey of vi
table Compound as advised and now
carious perfoi inane»** pre« iilleil. Thus,
send you a letter for publication. For
lu Sir Roger Beauchamp's will (13711),
several years I was in such wretched
we find: "Whereas 1 am boumi to »!»>»■
health that life was almost a burden.
service on the lutldels, by devise of
I could hardly walk across the floor,
my grandsire. Sir Walter Beauchamp,
was so feeble. Several of our best
to the exp«*iis»* of 200 marks, 1 will that
Iron Dyke Sold.
physicians attended me, but failed to
Roger, son to Roger, my sou. ahull per
help. I concluded to write to you for
The famous Iron Pyke mine, on
form the same w lien he eome of age.”
advice. In a few days 1 received such Snake river, has been sold for $85,000,
The Earl of Hereford (1361) dire» 1«
a kind, motherly letter. I followed your says the Cuprum, Idaho, Standard.
"A chaplain of good condition be scut
instructions and am my ‘old self' Mr. Charles M. Reed, of Erie, l’a.,
to Jerusalem orim ipally for my lady
again. Was greatly benefited before I was the purchaser. The debts of the
uiy mother, my lord my father, ami for
had used one bottle. May God bless former owners of this mine, the North
us; and that the chaplain I k * charg»*d to
you for w hat you are doing for suffer west Copper Company, amounted to
say masses, by the way, at all times
ing women."—M rs . C lara G ates , about $65,000, which leaves $20,000
that he can conveniently for the souls;
Johns P. O., Miss., Oct. 6, 18l<9.
above the indebtedness. This insures
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
ami tlint a good ami loyal man I k * sent
the payment of all the company owes,
to Canterbury, iin.l to offer there xl s.
THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN (■¿id will place several thousand dollars
Onions, old, 7c; new, 2c.
sliver for us mid another such man
ChorrapunJI. In Assam, northeast of
OGDEN AND DENVER.
Lettuce, hot house, 25c dol.
to Pomfret to offer at the tomb of Calcutta, lias th»' reputatlou of being
wealthy, and now that he has gotten
Potatoes. $16(i} 17; $17318.
Thomas, late Earl of l.ancaster. xl s." tin* wettest place on earth, tin* average
The increase in transcontinental the other members out of the company
Beets, per sack, l)0e(8$l*
When I.e Balafre, Quentin Durward's annual rainfall b»*lng 493 15 Inches,
travel by way of Salt Lake City in con will no doubt prosecute development
Turnips, per sack. 40360c.
uncle, hear* of the mishap that lias be while It has the re»*ord of on»* mouth In
sequence of the scenic and other attrac work as rapidly as possible.
Carrots, l>er sack. $f.
fallen his family, lie lilt»** off a few which 117.17 lueiies fell.
tion* of the route, has recently justified
l’arsui;*, per sack, 50375c.
inches of bis gold chain, nnd sends
the Rio Grande Western Railway—in
An English authority on dentistry.
Charles Sweeney and his associati s
them to 11 monk with this message: <|iioted m the British M»*dlcal Journal,
connection with the Denier »V Rio have returned from Buffalo Hump,
Strawberries—$2.25 per ease.
"Tell my gossip that my brother and comlemu* In strong language* unwar
Grande and Colorado Millland lh 11 >a»ls where they have been inspecting their
Celery—40360c per doz.
—says the Salt Lake Tribune, in e»tab- properties, says the Lewiston, Idaho,
Cabbage, native ami
California. sister, and some others of my house, wanted teeth extraction, lh* state* that
are all dead and gone; and 1 pray him
iishii,; a triple daily fast passenger Tribune. They were highly pleased
Tomatoes—$2.50 per ease.
"teeth drawing I* not dentistry, ami
to have masse* for tlieir souls a* far the supply of artificial denture* should
service between Ogden and Denier. with the conditions there and will won $1.003 1.25 per 100 pound*.
a* the value of these links will carry
All of these trains are equippe*! with have big operation* in progress. The
Apples, $2.0032.75; $3.0033.50.
no more I** regar»l***l a« the chief alm
him, and to do on trust what
the latent appliances, improvements and shaft on the Big Buffalo is being sunk I
Prunes, 60c i>er lair.
of dentistry than the supplying ot
cars. This road now operate* through at the rate of from two to three feet
Butter—Creamery, 22c; Eastern 22c;
w*oo»!cn legs I* lookeil up*>ti a* the 1*1»al
sleejiers between Chicago, Ogden an l per day, three shifts being at work. dairy, 173 22c; ranch, 15317c pound. from purgatory. And, hark ye! as they
Fan Francisco, also a ]*erfeet dining car The saw mill is cutting 10.000 feet of
were just living people, and free from
The experh'iic»* of France and Sp.i n
cervice. Send 2c postage for literature, lumber per dav and the 10-stamp mill
Cheese—14 3 15c.
rates or other information to J. D. will be ready for operation in 80 days}
14315c; nigh out of limlsi already, so that a lias proved conclusively licit American
Mansfield, 253 Washington street. Port
little niattei may have them free of the vines are tin* only remedy for the phyl
Struck it Kich.
land; or Geo. W. Heintz, general pas
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, $11.00 fetlocks; and In that case, look ye, ye loxera. But the German agrarian war
Frank Cheslev, a well-known mining (8 12.00; choice Fasti ru Washington will say 1 desire to take out the bal upon American agricultural pro»lm*ts
senger agent, Salt Lake City.
man of Baker City, made a big strike
ance of the gold iu curses upon a gen has be»*n carried to the point w her»* tin*
Three thousan*! stonemasons, brick of very rich ore iu a new vein on the t.mothy, $18.003 19.00
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $23; eration called the Ogilvies of Attgu*- Alsatian Government prefer* pliyll*>x
layers and stonecutters in Westchester
Nondescript. The group of claims in
shire in what way soever tile cliurcti era ami lias excluded Allierbiltl Vilm*
county, N. Y., struck for an right-hour eludes the Black I’rinee, Mizpah, Gohl >eed meal. $23.
Perhaps the Germnns will list tnmrl
may best come at them.”
day and 44 cents an hour.
en Era, Gohlen Era No. 2. l’ot Luck,
Till* is the spirit- In which m.’isses can vines themselves, while permitting
The warring labor tactions of Louis Lost Cabin, The Doctor, The Hub, The
Flour—Patent, per barrel, $3.25; were commonly ordered. The tesla tin* phylloxeta to ravage the vlueysrds
ville, Ky., have at last buried the White Rose, the Ellen and the Mount blended straights. $3.00; California, tor’s main object was to get w liat lie of a con»)uered provluce.
hatchet an»l amalgamated under the Lily, and is situated about four mile* $3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra I thought money’s worth for ills money.
The public library building tn Chi
banner of the Central Labor Union. from Sumpter, near McEwen. The ham, per barrel, $3.00; whole wheat Thus Sir Thomas Littleton (the author cago Is protected against tin* Invasion
Trouble has been continuous for two ledge is 16 feet between well-defined flour, $3.00; rye flour, $3.8034.00.
of the "Treatise on Tenures,'’ ren of tire from the outside by means of a
walls, an is believed to be one of the
Millstuff*—Brun, per ton, $13.00; dered famous by Coke's commentary) so-called “water curtain.” At the top
biggest find* iu the district.
shorts, per ton, $14.00.
leaves a sum of money for masses “for of the building I* a system of tube»
SHAKE INTO VOCÌI SHOES
Fee*I—Chopped feed, $19.00 per ton; the souls of my feder and moder, and
through which water, supplied from a
Allen's Font-Ease, a powder for the feet.
Mumps is epidemic in Olympia.
middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal, for the soul of William Burley, my
tank, can be used to flow 01 er the out
It cures painful, swollen, smarting, nerv
ous feet, and instantly takes the sting out
father-in .aw: and for the soul of Sir side walls. Recently the efficiency of
of corns and bunions.
It’s the greatest
$1,250 in Seattle in one day recently.
I'blllp Chaturn. and for all souls that I
comfort discovery of the age Alien’s Foot-
steers, price 8c; cows, 7c; mutton 8c; am most burden to pray for.' The av- the water curtain was tested by the
The court house at Coquille City,
Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
pork, Sc; trimmed, 9c; veal, 8,'g3 erage cost of masse* may I k * eolleeted occurrence of a fire In 11 large spice mill
It is a certain cure for Ingrowing Nai.s,
Or., has been furnished with over 200
adjoining the library building The
sweating, callous ami hot. tired, aching
from a clause in the will of Joan, Lady water ta*ing turn»*»! on, tin* outer walls
j per a chairs.
We have ever 81......... testiirioiiiais.
Hams—Large, 13c; small, 13
Try it today. Sold bv all druggists and
were immediately covered w ith a liquid
Five thousand or more young salmon breakfast bacon, 12,‘sc; dry salt sides, Cobham, In 13(H):
shoe stores. ’ By mail for 25c. in stamps.
"1 will that vll thousand masses be sheet which, as the temperature was
were turned into the Coquille river ic.
Trial package FREE.
Address, Allen S.
said for my soul by the canons of Tun- low, iKs-ame eventually a sheet of Ice.
last Thursday, by R. D. Ilnme.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
brugge and Tanfugge, and the four or
In a recent address before the WIs
The oyster experimental station at
51c; ders of friars In London, viz., the friar
Kerbs, Wertheim <fc Schiffer, New
cousin Academy of Sciences, Prof.
Keyport, Wash., is completed, and the Valley, 51c; Bluestem, 54c per bushel.
York cigar manufacturers, applied to
preachers, minors, Augustines and Car
Dysters planted there are doing well.
Flour—Best grades, $3.00; graham, melite*. who for so doing shall have D. Marsh presented Home generally tin
the supreme court for an injunction re
known fact* atwiut Lak** Wlunebago.
superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
straining striking union employes from
fxxxlx lii s. Iv d.” Tins 1* rather less
Oats—Choice white, 86c; choice than three half pence per mass.
All lakes, he «aid. are temporary fea
picketing their factory and threatening ground in the Axe Handle district, 16
miles from Anteleope, Or., last week. gray, 33c per bushel.
Tlie Earl of Salisbury, the son of ture* of topography, since their outlets
Barley—Feed barley, $14.00@ 15.00;
Henry 11. by the fair Itosamoml, be are continually deepening nnd their In
The Lakeview, Or., United States brewing, $16.00 per ton.
B tat « of O hio , cttt of tolido , i
L ucas C ounty .
queaths for the building of a monastety let* are gradually tilling tbeir bottoms
land office has received supplies to re
Millstuffs—Bran, $13 per ton; mid
with saml. Lake Winnebago Is re
F rank J. C hbney makes oath that he Is the
place those destroyed by the receut fire, dlings, $19; shorts, $15; chop, $14 per (inter alia) "a thousand sheep, three
senior parter of the firm of F. J. « heney & i’o.,
markable for Its shallowness. Although
doing business in the City of Toledo, Courity
and has opened up for business.
and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
twenty eight miles long nnd ten or
the Sinn Ol ONE HUNDRED DOI.LARS for each
The Lakeview, Or., Odd Fellows
Hay—Timothy, $10(8 11; clover,$73 fifteen bulls.” The Earl of Warwick, twelve broad, It Is only tweuty live f»-e(
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
will build a large two-story brick 7.50; Oregon wild hay, $6(<$ 7 per ton.
by the use of H all ’ s C atarrh C ure .
deep. But Its lack of depth Is an a»l
FRANK J. CHENEY
building for lodge purposes in the place
Butter—Fancy creamery, 35 @ 40c; in each of my manors the best l»ast vantage from the fisherman's point of
Sworn to before me and subscribed in iny
of the one that was burned.
presence, this Sth day of December, A. D. 1»86.
faction of my titbea forgotten ami not view. It contains an enormous number
A. W. GLEASON,
On Friday morning’s freight Kiddle store, 25c.
paid; and 1 desire that my executors of fish, and few lake* in existence can
Eggs—13 ,‘2 c per dozen.
Bros, shipped from La Grande, Or., 17
compare with It for productiveness In
Ball’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c: make full satisfaction to every 111*111
arloads of stock to Omaha, eight
directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces of
that I have in any sort wronged.” The that respect. Shallow lake* are better
the Bystem. »Send for testimonials, free.
horses, eight of cattie and one of mules.
object of bequests to the church, or for than deep ones for tisli. Is-* au**e of the
F. J. CH ENEY 4 CO., 1 oiedo, O.
f druggists, 75c.
The Dufur Dispatch says three cases
pious uses, was not exclusively super greater quantity of vegetation covering
Family Pills are the best.
I...“.,... :. Vegetation cannot flour
of smallpox ate reported in Wapinita, 4.50 per dozen; hens, $6.00; springs, stitious, for wills were seldom set their
Tennessee has become the leading Wash., and it is said quite a number $2.5033.50; geese, $6.5038.00 for old; aside or evaded when the priesthood l»h In deep water.
pho*phate producer of America. There have been exposed to the disease.
The application of the turbine prln
$4.5036.50; ducks, $6.00(87.00 ;>er bad a direct interest In upholding them.
are 248 valuable mine* in the »tate
Insurance adjusters are flocking to dozen;
Bequests for the erection of statue* clple to the motor machinery of *liip.
turkeys, live, 14® 15c per
»nd over 21,000 men are employed in Lakeview like bees, says the Rustler, pound.
and monuments nre of frequent occur has achieved another triumph In ti„,
the business. New mines are being as $85,000 loss among the various com
Potatoes—39<355o per sack; sweets, rence, and the directions are sometimes case of the Brltisli torpedo bout <|(.
panies calls their attention to the fact 2 (8 2 '-.c per pouno.
both curious and minute, as In the will ■troyer. Viper. At a recent meeting of
there was a fire in Lakeview.
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnips, 75c; of Isabel, Countess of Warwick, In engineers at the Royal Institution In
Fentaor Beveridge is an enthusiast
The steamer Bismarck, which had per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab 1439: "Also 1 will that my statue lie Lomlon some Interegtlng fact» con< < rn
0D the subject of the practical benefit*
of college fraternities. He is himself been moored at Coquille City, Or . for bage, 1'ac p<-r pound; parsnips, $1; made all naked, with my hair cast Ing the aurprlglng »peed of the VIp«*
backward, accotdlng to the design and were <ll»<*u**e<l. On h«r *<.,.„n,| pri.||tI|
a D. K. E. man, and was steward at I several months, filled with water and onions, 1 )a<: per found; carrots, $1.
Hops—238c per |>ound.
model which Thomas Porcbabon has Inary trial In February »In* attaln.-.i ,
its chapter house, while a student of ' sank last week. She was probably
Wool—Valley, 12313c per pound; for that purpose, with Mary Magdalen »P<*<*1 of 35.5 knots, equal to nearly
snagged. The boat was built in Port
De Bauw University.
Eastern Oregon, 10315c; mohair, 273 laying her linud across, and St. John forty-one statute mile* p<*r hour. This
land in 1892.
Not a union bricklayer in North
the Evangelist on the right side nnd 1» a* groat a gpee<l ns that of many
Bui ent are contracting for this year's 30c per pound.
America is now working more than hops at 10 cents, says the Tacoma
Mutton—Gross, best sheep, wethers St. Anthony on the left; at my feet a express trains, an<l If It could be d<*v<*l
Dine hours a day, and in 130 cities the Ledger. In the Yakima districts buy and ewes, 3%c; dressed mutton, 7@ scutcheon, Impaling my arms with
oped In a gnat passenger ship and
eight-hour day prevails among the ers are offering to make contracts at 9 7 J«c ]>er pound; lambs, 5'ic.
those of the earl, my husband, support mnlntalned continuously would cut
members of that craft.
' and 10 cents. Not many contracts
ed by two griffins, but on the sides down the time needed for crossing tin*
light and feeders, $4.50; dressed, thereof the statues of poor men nnd
have been signed at these figures.
Atlantic to about three days. When
women In their poor array with their running either slowly or nt top
Country millers in Eastern Washing
Beef—(iros.s, top steers, $4.0034.50; bends in their bunds.”
ton have been receiving communica
the Viper experiences little vibration,
Gulchard, Earl of Huntingdon, wills and It Is anticipated flint sb.. will en.
A posts! aiMreiseil to P. O. Box 41, Portland, tions warning them that a movement
7?4 c per pound.
Oregon, will bring ¡roil a handsome Ko N it was going fowrard to form a flour trust
thnt his heart be taken out of Ids laxly tually surpass her own record.
I’ook Book. Ko-Nut is the latest lard subeti-
Veal—Large, 0Jg 37^c; small, 83 nnd preserved with spices, to be de-
in Washington and Oregon, and urging
tute; and purer, cheaper and more economical.
I posited In the Church of Engle. The
them to attend a meeting in Spoakne, 8 !»c per pound.
Tallow—535’ic; No. 2 and grease, preservation of the nobler members, cs-
| with a view to organizing for the pur
The spirit of love and klndllne«» to
pose of dealing with the alleged trust. 3 '» 3 4c per pound.
1 peclnlly the- heart, was frequently en- all, which pervnded every word and
I Joined.—Law Times.
<lee<l of Phillip* Brook«, <||<] not hinder
C. S. Farrow, of Eugene, Or., has
R«n Fr»nciico Market.
hl* keen appreciation of other»’ fail-
invented a sidewalk nail which is
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 14 <«010c per
driven into the sides of the boards in pound; Eastern Oregon, 10315c; Val DROPPING WITH A PARACHUTE. Ing* and short comings, or hl« Own
"Why 111 the world doesn't ilrown
stead of the top. He claims it keeps ley, 18 3 20c; Northern, 10312c.
21 reti» llnlloon Men f ays It ta Gentle
write Ills autobiography, nn<| have jt
the boards from getting loose, and Ht
the same time prevents shoes and pound.
"Coining down from the clouds In a published'/” Mid one of the bishop's
dresses from lieing torn by projecting
n n rlroaitt
dream, ” ” uul<l
said n n z.t».
cir friends, referring to nn Incessant talk, r
Butter—Fancy creamery 173 17J^c; I ' nn
and most egol|«t|,.,i|
Tn fully introduce otir inmotii ••MOL I Hr;KN nails.
CIGAR'*” we give to each person buying
5 oil come been wasting nn hour of the bl-hop's
• box of ¡>0 cigars for $2.60 and express charge*, an elegant
M. J. Heney, chief contractor of the 16c; do seconds, 143 15c per pound. ing from a high place?
pi-ikel plate case, stem wind, stem set. open face Watch,
fancy ranch, down, alight quietly, and awake, and most precious time by a reheainal of
American make, which with proper care should lari White Pass road, has written to Seattle
for year«; also a plated watch chain and charm. .Send us for all the good general railroad labor
you're not hurt. Well, that's the pa.n- some iinliiiportnnt happenings.
y< ur name and full address—no money. We will send
"Why, he'd rather tell It, of’course”
Millstuffs — Middlings, $17.00 3 cliute drop over again. No, there Is
Coram, watch« chain andcharm. If. after examination, you ers he can get.
Men are daily leaving
are satis*1<d, pay your agent 42.50 and exp-t ss charges.
said the bishop; Hml then like n fla*h
'1 bert ffoodssentanywhrn’fntnelJ. 8, attheg« terms. The
came regret for the quhkly B1,„k„n
•‘.Homhtrn Belle' is as good as many 10c cigars now of*ered.
liny—Wheat $6.50310; wheat and readily on the down trip, but you can’t
a iiir.»«Nationnl C.gtorCo.,
St Lou « Mo.
The Bellingham mill at New What
Wutn unisr i og piease airs ths aant* of this paper without tail
steer a balloon. To guide a parachute truth, nnd he turned on Ids frlen,i with
com, Wash., which has been idle since
out of harm's way a practical band a half-humorous, half distressed f(1PP
1891, will be put into operation. Thu 7.00; alfalfa, $5.0037.00 per ton; can tilt It one way o' the other, spill
"What do you mean by asking me
E. K. Wood Lumbering Company, of straw, 25340c ;s*r bale.
out air, and thus work It to where you such a question ns thnt, wlmn |*,n ,1(T
Potatoes—Fnrly Hose, 603 65c; Ore-
San Francisco, has bought the mill,
want to land, or to nvold water, trees, my guard'/" he demanded, reproach
and will spend about $25,000 in equip .on Burl.:tnl<s, 703 86c; river Bur-
chimneys, or church spires. Circus as fully.—Youth'* Companion.
ments and the building of dry kilns, bunks, 351« 65c; new, 70c(8$l.25.
censions me generally made In the
wharves and warehouses.
For some reason tin* man who has no
Valencia, evening. When the sun goes down the
money to buy food Is never selzcij W|tii
A party of 13 timber hunters from t'2. lota 3.25; Mexican limes, $ 1.003 wind goes down. The balloon then
i.oo; California lemons 75c3$1.50; shoots Into the air and the parachute a desire to acquire fame by breaking
California passed through Klamath
all records for fasting.
Io clioice $1.7532.00 per lx>x.
i drops back on the circus lot. or not far
Falls on their road to Fort Klamath,
near which place they expect to locate
away. A balloon Is made of 4-cent
When a real tough man fall« |D |0VP
timber claims. They reported that 2.50 p< r bunch; pineapi II s, notn- muslin, and weighs about 500 pounds. one of the funniest thing, |„ the m,,,/
i"iil; I'ersniu dates,
636 ^¿0 par A parachute Is made of 8-eent muslin.
another party having the same object I inai;
ner In which be gives up |)()ker u Uv
in tiew will be along in a few days.
I "There Is much more danger In com light In a game of old Maid.
COOK BOOK FREE.
For Sale by all Grocers.
to «'lit’ HM llllll. ”
|»rvl«i«*n 4»i < liiUHi Irr.
mini or woman t»\rr amoutiti*
t hicao Daily New«.
I hat <»| m r itt-r* «hall at no time with
h d>l mort* than two weeks’ wagt*« from
miner* i* a
All tim freight i'oudiK'tora
•'I < r th«*
.itbl th*’ III in** hour
C;|||M* u| A rt’Crllt
inen oli Ilm Montana Central
v the l»»wa «tatv Hcliat«’.
Montana, wellt out u» a piotasi «g.iluit
of tli« union
day,” I. the
of 230 l*ra».
a iivw time ■, htxlule.
W <»! k» I •* III < hit Mg«».
If i.,u don 1 ferì
< >ii«’ hundred
making your tU<H>.|
Cutter* In seven grillili"
Malli»* hair -t in k • u
I tli«* . r< nt nir«lu me nnd
< «■ mid *«*<*
x >nr I»
L>« Vtu t«ku>g It
- «1 np t«> the G» mh I
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tmw «»aleof hours mi l wage«.
it* * i II bring
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llrtilth |‘*dt t
the i'.ig I <>ur Ml
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Ire -» riip tli" lx-1 r*n>"dv to iiI r it*" f
cfiililrvn during «lie twilling |»rrl<>4.
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twenty *11 ve
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FORTUNES TO BE MADE IN OIL
t. You Ar< Awake to Your Own Chances Head Thia and Then Write
U» for Full Information and Prospectus.
< allfornli» * ’«•«( i m «1 to
’ « *t oil fl«d«1 of t hr wor Lt
A I mad * * a«t r 'bra ha»«' !*«•«
4 thr r in |«a-troh tin». ar,.t gr. at tortnio * ar. «urr to I« »nn<l. in that *«< tioh li • yrar
a l'iart» r o « t.on ot laml, |»i»i •« r. -. iti tl.«- b« ar| of ti.r fan tia Kam t viinty (.HI P •
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'pnvnt ti'irpoar* w«* will a«- i
thia *(«M'k will are it Ihcrraaa
Our propro* ba* b
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W > t. f< If rtfitM-ii t rar* rvprrt for th«’ Mi
r«l in th«* M« rt bant»' Sat.-itiH. Hank. I'or
ORIILNTAL Oil. Ct I'L in
C( >.MI >AiS’Y
512 Chamber of Comm -rc , Portland, Oregon.
Z< KKMIKIP.EH, Pi«*.
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luiir.ii or iiittri ton*
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I iiluii Pacific Hailwa),
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’•» If to Invratigate thia
If you harr any u ■ ana at a
Makes the BEST PUMPS for IRRIGATION and
RECLAMATION. MINE DRAINAGE. Capa
cities from one gallon to 100,000 gallons per minute.
TWO S FAMI* MILLS,
<'«turili < travel
Milla, ami the
I’ k m a A malo im » roa.
. | m * cìk I Ma< Iriirrr b.rCAI’l'. N<»ME.
>«n*l fur Cafal<»g'i«.
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Hr«*t*rh. I Ig A | |«| Main «e . » Kranc xo
POE HAND DIR ECTOR Y.
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CltiD«*ry , Blll.lil r« 4h 41 HffllMl . F.ift .fllitl.llt
<:iii jfist» yotl tilt* he*! bargAliiM Iti genera
»• i liinery, «•n-'irifj», btiilrr«. tank - , pump’«,
I X I* h .ii'liniii, R«i|<| |>y bini, i» iin-
FHE PROSPEROUS FARMER
Always has a McCORMICK.
A TOP BUGGY
Would be too cheAp to be good,
but we have Top Buggies lor
ior $65 Cash that we guaran
tee for one year from date of
purchase. They have good
strong wheels, guaranteed hick
ory spokes, tires 5-16 thick,
round edge and projecting
over the felloe, to protect same-
We have others at $70, $75,
Call on the Agent, or addreu A. H. Boy
an, General Agent, 321 Hawthorne Ave.,
Portland, Or., for Catalogue.
HARD WORKING WOMEN
< »in find quick an»? fw*rmnn«*!it relief
’»•r M'rifiti* an«l alrtii.th de.tro) Ing
$80, $85 and up.
Road Wagons at $40 and up.
Mitchell Farm Spring Wagons
I hnti«aod« bnvn u*«*<1 It
ii«iw prahr It
| I fiiri'R
„ ( p<>rrnRii«*iitly
P^r bottle at your <1 < uggiat'*.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
Building or trnioilciin • rrRklvix «**
•’<2->* ""cam n <<.nt|>li> I in«« of Mant.-h,
•’•‘i li11»«», IHe H.ri.nng. Tile Warn
' 'iitf. Andifoin I'«'tulert, Screen«, hlictile,
■ ■ hid I oinhlfiHtlon < handellria, uml nil "to
I' • ‘ |u*t t ft I n IHK to | leetrie mil <>«* I iKhtliuz
I ..I‘‘Ind* ‘4 Bttilrr «•». |;.*ih a.u|
»'i'OtOKt npba ' ln erful ly *«'iit on
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kllAXk lltti.t OMH A t <>
M M*hhigfa*«i mi ., I «« i || mo <|. Or.
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(,f „I, kin,|.. IUI(|
«'»r drilling w«.|i* for bon««'.
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lactorle*, Ito I'luntR.
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SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
MIIGHEIL. LEWIS HIIIW CO.,
FTHST AND TAH.OR STREETS,
Buy reliable goods of a rciiabk coocaf#
is go«)d oolicy.
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not to a'fintura.
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lift IN, OHIO.
Can’t Afford to Miss It.
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