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/•<O/p THE VKOVtE XOW OX NJMTJt tunv s or Bt'nsdtin !<•:%: F,*cli won Two Out* •n» \i»r, If phlil in advance,..-.. Kitty Cents En<Hr»-l Nov, f»ih, IBl>4, ill tbe poMioulce, Klleilobure, Klttitii* inlllil), Wi:-lii>vi(ii), M PUtltlfd 1... m..nil-class poHlul rules. Mice noitth ml" of fourth --.r.-.t, hetwrrai Jv«rl Hitd Hum '.r.s'V , rriU' of <i-'iKtif. block, ii j. stall s. ROBEBT a. Tl P.NEiI, l-i ; - in. Kditor Ttmn r has been char grimed at the failure of Ihe Wash ington leginl.ituve to onael certain promised reform measures, thai his blood )v* s been getting overheated and now lie in confined lo the house by an immenw bail; the bad blood having cotne to a head. !!••• will oli tii ill relic:' nlwn Gov. Bogers calls an extra ion. (t must lie remembered (hat in the house <■:' the htte legislature, which contained :i majority of populi.-ts over republicans, silver republicans *»nd democrats, •vrrj pledg* to the people in the Kilens burg piatforni redeemed by the parage of bills' covering those demands by that bod v. Had the senate | ..si :■ if-ed a populist ma |ori ty, ii i- only fair to presume that •very one of tinwe bills would have passed that body also and would to-day have been law. X\w editor of tho Dawk becatrte disabled in :be propeller and turned the forms and shooting idiek ever to the devil t his week, who thought be-t to let popisni rest a little but give some good advice on dissecting, pruning tr»e*. ami the quantity, size and styles of various patent medicines to purify the blood (his spring. We hope it will be the means of return ing the editor to his posl on short notice the medicine, of course SOMETHING TO KNOW It may bo worth something to know that the very U-st medicine! for restoring the tired or nervous system to a healthy vigor is electric bitter-. This medicine in purely rtgetable, acts by giving tune to the nerv* centers i*i the stomach, gently stimulating the liver and lidneyp, and aids there organs in throwing off impurities of the blood. Electric Bitters improve- the appe tite, am* digestion, am! is pro nounced by those who hive tried it as the very Lost blood purifier und blood tonic. Try it. .Sold for 50c w 11.00 per bottle at Perry Drug Co. INDIAS PLEA FOR HELP. In harmory with the general movement throughout the nation, the ci ergy of Ellensburg are mak ing An appeal for aid in behalf of India's starving millions. It ha« been ascertained that India's! poverty raised the price of Ameri can wheal. Will the farmers ' throughout Kittitas valley who, have either wheat or Hour that they are willing to donate, leave it with Stowell <fe Steinman. Free transportation is secured from hereto tbe famine districts, pro-' viding the contributions are made at once. In behalf of the ministerial asso ciation. M. H. Marvin, It is surprising what a "wee bit of a thing" can accomplish. Sick hendfiohe. constipation, dyspepsia,] sour stomach, dizziness, are quickly : banished by DeWitt's little Early Risers. Small pill. Safe pill. Bost pill. Stephens - ..t Elwoodj ] No More Viviscciiou and Dis section in the Schools of the State of Washington. rrf&OM THK OFFICIAL OHCAN O!- THE ILLIXoI.s A. V. SOCIETY. Following is (lie copy of tlie Dill just passed by an almost unani mous vote of ho',!) [inue.es of the Washington Legislature: An Act to l'n vent Vivisection and to regulate Dissection in tin' schools of the State of Washington except medic al and dental school, or medical antt dental departments of any school, and providing a pen ality therefore. licit Enacted by the Legislature of the of Washington: See. 1. No teacher or other person employed in any school in the State of Washington, except medical or dental school, >•■ medical or dental department ot Airy school, shall practice vivisection upon any ver tebrate animal in the presence of any pupil of said school or any child or minor there present: nor in such presence shall exhibit ver tebrate animal upon which vivisec tion has been practiced. Sec. -. Dissection of dead animals, or any portion therefore, in tbe schools of the ite of Washington, in no instance ball be for the pur pose of exhibition, 'nut in every case shall be confined to class room and the presence of the pupils en gage 1 in the study to be illustrated by f ueb disseelion. Sec. •!. Any person violating the provisions oi this act "ball be pun ished by a tine of not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars. Agricultural College Veternary Schools are not exempted. The prime movers iv bringing about the abolition of the vivisec ;ing »nd dissecting fad in Washing ton where Ijinma K. Page, of Olympia, and Mrs. Lydia A. Irons Athol, Idaho, National Organizers of the Dept. of Mercy, W. C. T. U. for tbe East and West Washington. Ii may perhaps be recalled by our readers that the bill passed h »th houses last year, but was vetoed by the then incumbent of the guberna torial ''hair. Since then a- was eminently proper, a new governor has been elected. We are informed that all the leading educators in the State were iii favor of the lull, and assisted, as lay iv their power, in its promotion. Among others who rendered heroic service may be mentioned, Mrs. Mara S. Conk, of Spokane; Mrs. E. C. Bodwell, of Walla Walla: airs. M. F. Edgington, of Ellensburg, Mrs. Lucy A. Switzer, of Cheney. 'I'iie Public Morals Committee in both House and Senate did valiant Service; likewise Hon. C. E. Clina Speaker of the House, and a score of others of which limited space for bids mention, at this time. The fact that the far west has, with the exception of Massachusetts, super seded all the States of the Union in, this advance to moral reform re flects ir on her a whole blaze of glory. MASS MEETING OF CITIZENS. On Sunday afternoon at three o'clock in the opera house, to con sider the needs of the faminestrick en millions, of India. Speeches will be made by Revs. Hard, .Mar vin. Stevenson and Wheeler. Music will be furnished by a male quartette. A REWARD OF $500 Will be given for any case of Rheumatism which cannot be cured with Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy. The proprie tors do not hide this offer but print in bold type on all their circulars, wrappers, printed matter and through the columns of newspapers everywhere. It will work wonders, one treatment curing an ordinary case. The two bottles will be sent to any address by express on re ceipt of $5. Drummond Medicine Co., New York. Agents wanted. PRtftLtifft FRUIT TKEB3. : PROF. BALMEIt, OP Wt.LMAN, WASH.: FN A KECENT ni'M.SiTIN. The method of training here advocat ed is the head System with close pruning. For this reason yearling trees are prefered for planting. How to tlsAi).—Troes that natur ally have an upright habit of growth, as apple, pi ar and sweet cherry, ought to be heaped not higher than twenty to twenty."our Inches from the ground. And all stone fruits, Mich as peaches, plum:', prune.;, Apricots, etc., ought to lie headed a little lower, sny Proi< I- to 18 inches from the ground. Jfeatling trees as usually round tn the nurseries j of the state, will range from two to! four—or even s< yon or eight feet high. At planting time, whether it b( spring lor fall, these ought to bs headed down I tv thn proper height. ! Tn«I'l«ST Se \son. — Your orchard j contains-a lo* of stubs sticking out of ; the ground, lo *i height not exceeding two feci,. During tho first seasons growth these stubs will develop Burn erovs branches, almost every bud will start, and what was lately a stub will , become a little i orest o? shootfi Now if yon follow s uae authorities you will as isoon as the 3 oung shoots commence to develop*, broceod to pinch or rub off all the limbs you don't need to from the frame of tlie tree. I say, don't pinch or rub off anything, Allowevery ; limb and everj leaf to develop*: to Its fullest extent. Remembei that the leaves are to the tree wliat our lane' and blood stre to us; its very life. And every leaf you deprive thr- tree of iv summer Is roiibing it of its tissue-form ing brgafis. Without leaf action there cm be no root action.. Aot£the fullest develmnenl in root and branch ca-n on ly be Kwmred by religiously preserving tie fol.ig'j. When to Prune.-—The best time to prune is any time after the leaves have fallen in autumn, and before the !>u '•> begin to develop in spring. Gate roust be exercised, however, not to prune at a time when there is frost in the ground or ia tho air. If the system of the tree be frozen, all Trgatflzable matter is at a standstill, and the wound you make will not rea lily heal up, and the result may lie dead stubs. The Second Yit.—The switch that you planted and headed buck lust year, has developed 11 number of shouts, may be >5 or 0, but more often 15 or no. From these select from Bto fi of the strongest, beat ripened limbs cutting out the restthe same time exercising care to have them evenly till all the spues around and above the tree. Ob serve carefully thai no two limbs emerge from th* trunk opposite each other, forming what is known as v crotch. A crotch in an old tree is always an c\il, causing a weak spot where the tree [3 likely to break dowu or split du ring i heavy fruit crop. The remedy iv m your own hands when you go to prune your two yeer-old tree, cat out every limb that forms a crotch with,' Its neighbor. TxiE Third V r.. 1 v.—The third prim- ' ing Is conducted in the same lmc as the ! second with this difference: Select the limbs you wish l>' continus tho upward ] 1 groth ot! he tree: these will usually not j be more than two on each of th >se left ha t year, observing the same care not , to leave crutch, s, and shortening in the growth m ale in that sea; ; on;bul instead of taking oh all the in hi 1 shoots clean lo the branche 1, they are. lefl an inch or two long, and in the course of a sea son or two all these stubs thai you leave will be cunvei'ted into fruit spurs. 1 would practice pruning if for no other reason than lo dcv. i »;• every bud on all the limbs and would Heal these buds in such a manner thai all would event ually become fruit spurs. How often do we see trees with great j quantities of wood entirely devoid of 1 rail spurs c vised by leaving the entire GRANDEST REM EDY. .Mr. 11. 11. (Jreeve, merchant of Chilhowie, Va., certifies that he had consumption, was given up tv die, sought all medical treatment that money could procure; tried all cough remedies he could hear of. hut got no relief; spent many nights siitiug up in a chair, was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was cured by the use of two bottles. For past three years he has been attending to business, and says Dr. King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done so much for him and also for others in his community. Dr. King's New Discovery is guar- ! anteed for coughs, colds and con- J sumption. It dont fail. Trial j bottle free at Perry Drug Co. summer's g rowtb nnd not shortening [n the shoots f A tree in this condition is exposed to the same evil influence that effucts trees with tall trunks, ant tlie greatest care ought to he exercisei to « ncourago all wealc growth and dor mant bud i to dcv. lopa fruiting condit ion. The third season's pruning, then, differs from the lint and second In leavinga part.of all thegrowlh Instead .1' taking it 'dean off a., in the case of very young frees. I object to leaving spurs before tho third Season that by so d >ing wo encourage a fruiting condition in -jar trees at too early an a,". 1 , and Wil ■is the very end we are trying to Tin: ned sssary pvnirmg durhi| tbe following two or three years does not materially differ from that described for the third year. Let the aim be a symmetrical low, somewhat round headed Lice—the top ought not to lie too full ef weed—and not too thin. !>,, no l , expect that every tree can b'? in nned so as to assume an idea from, for in this yon will he disappointed. No two tree,; have exactly the same habit of growth. Some "are tall and close, others spreading and willowy. All may be vai tely improved by an in telligent u>)o of the knife during the early years of the tree's growth. At ih ' age of i or 5 years we ("mil cherry, plum, and »yen apple and pear, rapidly developing frutt buds. Ami as this cwidltiori becomes evident the use of the knife had hotter be gradually «:/•( mtinued. All tlie pruning roces sary on bearing trees U to encourage a proper development of the leading shoots and if these are making a growth of o'er SH inchen annually, they ought tv be shortened in to encourage a stocky habit >.r tree. All weak shoots appear ing lower down <t»n tho tree should be cut back to with in an inch or two of Hie limbs, thereby forming a full and correct system of fruit spurs on every CAN IT Be'tIIUE? Jn speaking of the actions of some of the members of the late legislature, tba Olympia Capital says: The cor] ioration reprcscntat i yes in the senat< two years ago when ii,.- Helm ' ii!, placing the long haul rate on grain at $3.30 per ton, was pending, offered to compromise in tbe committee on a $4.00 per ton rate and now sue)! traitor re formers, as senators T. -J. Miller Mclleavy Keith, Plummer, Davis, Batuu, Paul and Houghton get in and help amend tho house bill to a $4.25 rate by working with the republicans. Beware of Ointments fob Ca- TABRII THAT CONTAIN;- MKliCl.'H V, i as mercury will surely destroy tiie sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when en tering ii through the mucous aur-! faces. Such article.- should never be used exeej ton prescrihtionj from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hrll's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. -J. Cheney <& Co., Toledo. 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internal, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surface oi the sys tem. In huying Hall's Catarrh (.'ore be sure you get. the genuine. II is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio, by K. j. Cheney & Testimonials free. Sold by Dru gists, price roc, per bottle, Hal Family Fills arethebest. 50 lbs. or Loal A cay would keep your rooms warm in winter* Bet that small stove will burn only twenty-five, f Sencs, discomfort and misery* A certain amount of fat, burned deify, wetrld keep your body warm and healthy* But yoixr digestion is bad, and you don't get ii horn ordinary fat food. Hence you are chilly you catch cold easily, you have coughs end shivers; while pneumonia, bronchitis, or con sumption linds you with ao re sistive power. Do this. Eurn better fuel. Use SCOTT'S EMULSION of Cod-liver Oil. Appetite and digestive power will revive; and soon a warm coating of good flesh v/ill protect the vital organs against thi cold and the body against disease. Two sixes, 50 cts. and $1.00 Eook free for ihc asking. SCOTT ft BOWNE, New Y<.rk. — , mm^^kM : HAVING SOLD , The ''Stevens" farm and lj "Field" town property we now offer two more choice bar fa ins fo those who have the sense to take a good thing when it comes their way. COUNTRY PROPERTY. Eighty acres comprising the "Fai Grounds" for $2,000, one-third cask balance oh time. There are about •30 acres of very good terming hra< in this tract; besides all the expert sive improvements the Fair Grown Association put on the place. There is probable $1;000 wort of lumber on the place now. Besides the value of the splendi< race-track. The time will com vVheri the race-track will be valuabl for bicycle races as well as horse races. There are fine trees on th place, lots of water, and take on thing with another if the place can | not sell itself for $2,000 it ought to be washed down the river to Yaki ma, where there are people wh would know how to make big moa ey out of it. TUWN PROPFRTY. HERE IS $1,500 WORTH FOR $250! It is the merry mortgage that pushes this into the lap of the •'.-nap hunter. One hundred and twenty feet square, two lots, one a corner, just icrosfc the street from the line Barnes & McCandless properly on 7th street; is diagonal ly across the street and southeast of Mr. Colo's well improved prop erty; is midway between the Nor mal nnd Public schools. ''Midway Plaisance" if you like lo spend $3 00 more on the property; doesn't look much like a ''plaisance" just now, to be sure, but to the discrial* mating buyer the possibilities an there, just the same. There is a small cotsage and barn on the property and by spending another $100 on it, so that your total investment would be $350, you can always bank ori $5.00 a month rent, which is $60 a year and£will pay taxes and insurance and give you Jat leas.t 14 per cent, for your money, which, unless you are extremely hoggish, shoult be "plaisant" enough. P. H. W. ROSS, Real Estate Agent, To 4'nro n' 4'4>lt! In one Bay.. Tnke Laxative BrOulo <juiuino Tablets. All I druggixts refund the money if It milt tt SON 16c. for sale by Steplwais £ Elwood. Mining location notices for sals at this office. > HOLD! HOLD! HOLD! i I YOUR ORDERS ] * FOR HORSE FURNITURE' > UNTIL YOU SEE I ! T. W. FERRELL j , THE BOSS i | HARNESS MAKER. \ * His 6tock is large and com- 1 » plete in every department. I , Our motto is a nimble pen- , ny, cash, rather than a slow < six pence. i T. W. FERRELL. < cnnnnnnnnnO They are so small that the most sensitive persons take them, they are so effective that the most obsti nate cases of constipation, headache and torpid liver yield to them. That is why DeWitt's Little Early ' Risers are known as the famoui little pills. Stephens & Elwood. SEED POTATOES. "Burpecs Earliest of AIT io days earlier than the rose. D. H. Wkotcoyt.