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The Case' of a Veteran Cited Whose
Paralysis Came from Ex
posure in the Army.
The Equally Interesting Method of His Cure,Nand
His Enthusiastic Endorsement.
from Iht Ottego J-Urmcr, Oaoperttou-n, 1Y. y.
' In (he tevn t Oneonta, In Otsego County,
wew York, for ft great many years there has
lived union whose life has been overshod
PTC1 by that terrible disease, paralysis.
Recently it was rumored that a miracle liad
iL norformed that this man had been re-
ito-eJ to his normal health and strength and
to ascertain the truth or falsity of such a
rumor jour corresjxmdcnt visited Oneonta
toJay and being directed to the man sought
M interview with l.im, which was readily
and cliccr.'ully granted. Tho man told his
own itory as follews:
"My name is Kdward Ilaswcll. You
Trould not think, from my appearance, but I
was born 77 years ago, in New Scotland,
Albany County. I was roared on a farm
and blessed by Nature with a strong con
stitution nnd good health, tarly in hfo I
rftnoved to Albany, thenco to Schenevus, in
thb county, and finally settled down in On
eonta, where I have lived a great many years.
" When the war broko out I was strong
and active, being nearly six feet tall and
weighlne 223 pounds. I cnlistcil in the
Third New York Cavalry and served three
years. Of the lone, weary marches, especi
ally in North Carolina of the days and nights
of exposure I will not speak, for it was in
the barracks at Washington that my misery
Ix'ffin While there heavy rains fell and
not having sufficient protection ofttiines wc
awoke in the morning drenched with the
rain. At this time I contracted a cold and
along with it came that dread disease, rheu
matism. I rapidly grew worse and was re
moved to the hospital where I was attended
by Dr. Leonard, now .of Worcester in this
county. He made me as comfortable as any
man could, but I could not shake off the
disease. It was in my system and after my
return home with impaired health and
strength reduced, my nerves gave out nnd
additional Buffering ensued. I could move
around and was able to do some work at
leneth I went to work in the car shops here,
inside work wholly but the least exposure
would bring on terrible pains and life was
made miserable for me. After a few years
my FtrcinrUi gave out and I was unable to
fight against my pains. In addition to the
rheumatism extreme nervousness took pos
session of me then heart disease set in : I
could not lie down to sleep and was brought
very low by this complication ol diseases.
My wrists and ankles became swollen, my
lep distorted and my hips sunken, now you
imV Ami ,lt. nawld.. alat 4l.fiief wm. r lini1
5 ... . J VM U..UU
i were the ravages of
" Hut this was not all. About six years
4ro I had astrokeof paralysiswhichaffectcd
my left side but by extra care I recovered
foraewhat from this. Three years atro I had
a second stroke which rendered me entirely
helpless. My left ride was wholly useless
And I could not f el it when a pin was thrust
tun Jcirtii into my Jcg or arm. lleloro
p.irjjbH -ct in I thought I was nigh to death,
but now cirac tho horror of a living death.
On ueouimt of my heart trouble which was
3&;rivutcd by this new disease, I could not
sjci'p and could be placed only in one posi
tion lwlstered up in a chair reclining
Hg!itly on my right side Now the paraly
sis affected ray head and I would remain in
that position asleep in the chair for weeks at
a time without awakening. Words carmot
express the misery I was in and the suffer
ing I endured. All this time I consulted
doctors and tried all kinds of patent medi
cines without receiving any benefit I was
doomed to a lingering death and- was in
despair One day a paper was handed me
to read. Inthepaperl w an account of
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
f brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
FOR RENT. A cottage with four rooms,
Inquire 477 Winter street. 9-7-3t1T
t COUNTER AND RA1LINGFOB SALE
Ooal oak top counter with doors and shelv-
t Ve ?n rear side, for sale reasonable. CM
I Lockwood. 11 5 3t
irOU SALK Tivn ikwI milfh rntul. Ad I
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"ittt II. Alltan. Knir i;rnnnrts nr rail at mv
; flace one mile ease of Nolfs store. 2 3U
WAITED TO BELLr-A thorough brt3
, ftewlbundland, aged I year and of remark
b!esize. Call on or address W. E. CAL
I MNS, 37 Commercial street. 10.2g.3t
ro REN 1, a large, roomy barn. Enquire
I t this office.
I GET YOUR FEATHERS CLEANED.r-
We the undersigned are now renovating
' leathers at iRfi v.rr., ...., tnr K n.ii in
dl7s. All ladies that consider cleanliness
: next to Godliness should have their feather
; fas throughly renovated at once. Bedrock
Pnces. Respectfully yours, Franklin &
Ww. 10 12 im
FOk KENT A 11 room house, in good re
Pr with barn and eood well water. With
one and a half lots. Enquire at premises on
I2tn and Chemeketa. 10 6 ira
CARPET PAPER Large lot of heavy
: "ie thing for putting under carpets. Call a
; MJST A brown purse containing two rings
nd some postage stamps. For reward call
t IOC Commprrlaf cfr..t " ln.70 It
LADIES-1 make big wages at home, and
WM all to have the same opportunity The
woik very pleasant and will easily pay 8
wkly. This ts no deception. I want no
?ney and will gladly send full particulars to
sending stamp. Miss M A Stebbins, Law.
rce. Mich- ' 26 61I
Tho Rosy Freshness
I Onmi . ,UBU y 'nose woo use ru
the healing of n paralytic who used Dr. Wil
JJmm' riuk Pills for Vale People. I had no
faith iirpatent medicines, I had spent over
$200.00 in them, all to no purpose. Unablo
to work I had no income save a pension of
$3.00 per month. Hut some way I was im-
Srcssed with wlmt Pink Pills had done and
ctcrmincd to give them a fair trial. I did
not stop with one box but used three boxes
before I noticed any effect. After taking
three boxes I felt a change coming over me.
I kept on taking Pink .Pills and kept on feel
ing bitter. Graduallymy pain left me, I be
gan to feel new life course through my body
and to my surprise and delight, feeling be
gan to come into my skie and life and
strength into my leg nil arm. After taking
fourteen boxes 1 had recovered full use of
my limb3, my rheumatism was gone and my
heart trouble relieved. During my sickness
my weight had decreased from 225 pounds
to 144 pounds, but to-day I w cigh 170 pounds,
am strong nnd active and you would not take
me to be 77 years old."
While speaking, Mr. Ilaswcll showed con
siderable emotion and when questioned he
added : " I cannot say too much in praise
of Dr. William' Pink Pills and I cannot ex
press my gratitude to the Dr. Williams'
Medicine Company, they saved my life and
gave mc back healihj had not enjoyed for
over 30 years."
When told that people might not believe
such a story iu priiit, he said : "lam will
ing to go before a Justice of Peace aDd swear
to its truth, if you wish, and I shall be only
too glad to answer inquiries anyone may
wisli to make."
Dr. Williams' rink Pilh for Pale People
ace an unfailing remedy for all diseases aris
ing from a poor oud watery condition of the
blood, such us pale nnd willow complexion,
general muscular weakness, loss of appetite,
depression of i.pirits, lack of ambition, ante
nna, chlorosis or green Bickne&s, palpitation
of the heart, shortness of breath on slight
exertion, coldness of hands or feet, swelling
of the feet and limbs, pain in the back,
nervous headache, dizziness, loss of memory,
feebleness of will, ringing m the ears, early
decay, all forms of female weakness, Icucor
rhowi, tardy or irregular periods, suppression
of menses, hysteria, paralysis, locomotor
ataxia, rheumatism, sciatica, all diseases
depending on vitiated humors in the blood,
causing scrofula, swelled glands, fever sores,
rickets, hip-joint diseases, hunchback, ac
quired deformities, decayed bones, chronic
erysipelas, catarrh, consumption of the bow
els and lungs, and also for invigorating the
blood and system when broken down by
overwork, worry, diseases, excesses and
indiscretions of living, recovery from acute
diseases, such as fevers, etc, loss of vital
powers, spermatorrhoea, early decay, prema
ture old age. These pills are not a purga
tive medicine. They contain nothing that
could injure the most delicate system. They
ortranie life. In this war the blood, becom
ing "built up " and being supplied with its
lacking constituents, becomes rich and red,
nourishes the various organs, stimulating
them to activity in the performance of their
functions, and thus to eliminate diseases
from the system.
These pills are manufactured by the Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. Y., nnd are sold in boxes bearing
the firm's trade mark and wrapper, at 60
cents a box or six boxes for $2.60, and are
never sold in bulk. They may be had of
all druggists or direct by mail from Dr.
WilHnmi? Medicine Comnanv. The nrice
at which these pills are sold makes a course
of treatment inexpensive as compared with
C. H. MACK,
- DENTIST. -
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old White
Comer, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superioi
operations at moderate fees in any branch an
in especial request.
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag.
gage and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service. Telephone No. 7.
v JAMES RADER.
WOLZi k IMIESCKE- Proos.
ri..i... in 11 l-Inrls nt fresh and salt meats.
Lard in bulk, 6c a lb. Cheapest meat in the
town. Try them. 171 Commercial st.
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
consideted without delay.
W. A. HAMILTON.
Bush Bank buildin3. ,
When the Women Vote.
They were discussing n proposed 00
tartainmcut when tho caller usked:
"Have you invited Misa do Vercy?
"Oh, denr, 110 1" repliod tho hostess.
"I couldn't think of it for a moment.
"But my dear child, she Is n charm
InK conversationist and a splendid
dancer. She is wonderfully attractive
In tho ballroom. " ,
"I know it," admitted her hostess,
"but you boo she is an offensive parti.
"Yes, indood. Why, she tried to get
mo to voto tho Republican ticket, jond I
couldn't for n moment think of giving
her au opportunity to mako converts at
my dance. I've had to leavo her out.
"Naturally, under those circum
atanceV' acquiesced tho collar. But
how about Mrs. Wilkins?"
"Not a suitablo person to invite, my
dear. She's not in our set at all.
"I hadn't heard of that What's tho
taB:t"V' ,. uwanfvnn! Why. she
doesn't oven voto in our ward." Chi
J DAZED ON THE DESERT.
A Man Die of Thirst Within One Hundred
and liny Tard. of Iko or Freah Water.
I On tho burning sanda of Oooopah des
ert, besido a lake that appears to bo of
tho coolost nnd tho purost of frc3h wa
tor, Ho tho bones of an American who
died of thirst, and around him aro fivo
or six holes of two or threo f Oct in dfinth.
which ho dug with hia finger nails in a
frenzy of thirst His fingers aro worn
off at tho ends, nnd only his whitening
uones aro leit to bear witness to the
Joso Garcia, who makes a living by
peddling from ouo littlo camp to anoth
er on tho desert, has returned from a
trip which began on Aug. 20. Ho left
hero at. that timo and engaged a guide
at tho now placer camp at LoaPicachoa.
below tho boundary lino, to take him to
a mining camp in tho Cocopah moun
tains in tho heart of tho desert Tho
guide was unmod Qulrino Sosilio, a
half breed, and with them went also
Frank Cota, a Moxican. They left Los
Picachos in tho afternoon, travoled all
night, and by tho next morning woro
far out on tho desert By somo miscal
culation thoy were without water, and
though not lost thuy wcro bowilderod as
to tho nearest way to a well and spent
tho next two days in traveling without
water, becoming almost insauo from
thirst On tho evening of tho third day
they found water. Thoy woro then on
tho northeast 6ido of Groat Salt lako, or
Laguna Snlada, that lies between tho
Cocopah mountains on tho cast and tho
Painted mountains on tho west. Tho
lako is about six miles wido and 20 or
SO in length, varying in size according
to tho season, indicating that it is fed
by tho gulf of California. It is very
shallow and saltier than the waters of
Tho thrco men proceeded southward
between tho lako nud Cocopahs for a
distance of ten miles or so and thoro en
countered two Mexicans and a whlto
man. Tho two formor were named Mar
giu'ito Angulo and Fellpo Moreno, and
tho American's naino was not learned,
but from tho description ho is thought
to bo Fred Wassum, who loft this city
for tho Cocopah placers somo weeks ago.
Garcia continues tho story as follews:
"Tho men came from Los Pioaohos by
way of Niji and had been without wa
ter fur fcoveral days, and one of them,
Margurito Angulo, was alroady nizy.
Ho was as deaf as a post and wu. .ered
around liko a drunken man. Ho paid no
attention to my guido, and wo had to
lay hold of him to mako him think. In
a fow hours ho was all right. Tho oth
ers wore in their right minds, but in a
terrible condition, and as I saw their
swollen tongues my own begun to swell,
for I had passed through tho samo tor
turoonly two daysboforo, and oven now
my tonguo swells whilo I think of it.
Wo gavo thom water, and they soon ro
vived and continued on their way. Thoj
wero burdened with a dry washer and
many tools and moved slowly, so wo
loft them, my guido giving them direc
tions whero to find tho next wator.
"A fow miles farther wo camo upon
tho bones of a man lying stark on tho
sand about 25 yards from tho lako.
Thero was no flesh left Tho coyotes had
found tho body. Ouo leg was gone, but
tho rest of tho remains wero thero. Tho
hoad lay toward tho north, faco upward.
Tho whiskers wero dark and turning
gray, and tho hair was tho saino. The
man had worn a blue jumper, a rod
woolon undershirt, ono boot and a brown
slouoh hat I found a cheap clasp purso
in his jumper pockot which contained
this paper, which is a picoo of an cn
volopo or paper sack, addressod 'James
Moore, paymaster A. T. and S. F.,
Topoka. ' In tho purso was also part of
a greenback. There was nothing else to
identify tho body. The boot v.'iu about
a No. 0, and tho man did not boom to
have, boon latee.
Dairy nnd Creamery.
Professor Dean of tho Ontario Agri
cultural college, speaking of tho ditiei
enco between cheeso and evaporated
milk, says: "Tho difference botweer.
cheeso and evaporated milk is chiefly
this tho former contains but threo 01
four of tho original compounds of the milk
viz, water about ul per cent; rat, i pci
cent; casein, 31 per cent, and about 7
mr nnnt nt lnctic acid. ash. etc. .whilo the
evaporated milk has also tho milk sugar,
which in cneesemainng passes on. in mr
whey, and a varying amount of water
and in some cases cano sugar."
Scientific cheesemakers at the experi
ment stations begin to bo of opinion that
cheeso can bo made without rennet and
that this will bo done in course of time,
though how they aro not prepared to say.
The truth about aerating milk seem
to be this: If you want it to get cream
from for butter making, do not aerate it,
as this makes tho cream hard to get out
of the milk. Milk that is clean does not
need aeration for butter making pur
poses. But if you sell tho milk and want
to get the best prices for a pure, sweet
irticlo without any food flavors or cowy
odors, then aerato it.
Dairy Instructor Ball advises all cream
eries to put in apparatus for pasteuriz
ing or sterilizing the cream before they
Minmtt. This is done in Danish cream.
eries and constitutes ono reason why
Danish butter is considered the beat that
Mix together tho bulky and concen
trated foods in proper proportion.
Tho co-operativo creamery system tj
entirely successful in Denmark. There
aro over 1,000 such creameries in that
country at present, each with a mem
bership ranging from 10 to 100.
Danish farmers start n creamery by
forming themselves into an association
and borrowing capital on tho joint se
curity of tho members. Then they build
tl v creamer)' and set it going. No mem
ber is allowed to leave tho association
till it is free from debt. An executiv
committee is appointed, consisting of
chairman, secretary, treasurer, auditor
rwi Mre-rtnTA. A L'eueral manager it
hired, and lie and the executive commit-
a, . A .... ni vim rinainpfiH ftnn ran liih
VfctJ If0"''' ,41. MV . . - - I
creamery without any meddling oa th I
part of the stockboiaers-
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ting thcStomflihs andBovcls of
ncss andltest.Contalns neither
Opiutn.MorpliiriC iior Mineral.
Not NAntc otic.
tion, Sour Stonvach.Diarrhoca,
ncss ondLoss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
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ed by the Burlington
Itouto were placed end
to end they would
rcacli more than half
wav 'round the globe.
If all the cars owned
by the Burlington
Itoutc wero put one
behind another, thoy
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Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and iSr. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when goinp east that its trt'm
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car berth has an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux
urious accommodations. Thete are sufficient
reasons for the popularity o( "The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail
road office will give yon further Information,
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11:15 a.m) Ar-S. Frisco Lv. (7100 p.m.
Above trains stop at Hast Portland, Oregon
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Jeflerson, Albany.Tangent Shedds, Ilalscy,
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15 p.m. ) Ar. uorvants. i.v 11135 p.m.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
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Express train daily except Sunday,
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7125 p. m. ) Ar. McMinville Lv , 5:50 a. m.
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