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. ; a calii- j no-l , ana a A .it irtttt it" m tAj-m-ted- 1 ' ft K ! . fi.s'. . t.wt a iKr1! I'- er t. 1 i ; t : i will tie r 'i t.!. s 1 T.f jrop !.(!' f-bn.i ' Iytai ((iin.tnf tn'rti .i r '; i ' a out, 4 ami f lmiu'o!rtla cw-hi'.H. tf In. i,l ; n in t'nl a, the return of t'.o recon. eir j.I's j . . I peuiionce of Cuba! V. io laat f".Uore to j )( mvA prob.('5ytni h?s iiJ' -.unity 1 ban ,s by whirh tbo ib5a-.il would p-y a H'bt;.xnt,al auuj inr ita ft l"r Eiom j "... .." . " ' ' ." . 1B. f i ' a piK-tion of t!-e Ga! ta pri.b'"ra iw ' i.j s n fi.d o! the Cuban w-r nn i ,n iiu!opcrn?t'iire are enKiji"i ii i.!t ii.ste rpuit. "f'l '!'fnB'.,I irfectly" CK-ar t it r.t(.)!i? lo3 than a oksa of pnii t' ' !m1i'Tn.'n.h'nca of. the .is au aih-qnat settle- j K it cietbix'a aa hav , ... S'loll ! up! ' i Jiom txme. r ti. t . . i r these cnei,ii- 1 i ie posittOT." It i j ,f.j . Biafpt or nj"'t thDe '. ... .a no i :ri!it!(.iu i.i nv? , i-O long as t; 1 t . i . 'J the terniii--...j v-.r ami Cuoaa irnropen.. itr for Bpitm... t'e.cpi r, t !.t , cr-- I! USPlf, j Us ' iuMitoliti VM be. II f id! - , tf ft f iji'-e f J l i i-'.in? "' ftl i, in let it o resolui t'.i' scijate ti.i- . ...a fUlM' I al i iK-jiose of the oi a intm 1 j ! f v stjiJ refurrcd to- that v. t'.i !io ii.i's f8 de, tht." ' of fe T OH, I'l. t to liie w hai) i: 'i i ne pn.ii!'i.t f It I i 1 B V ftt & h Kiii''Vfl tho J !l. " i . ... c . . ,1,;. f.rp. i t j . iy in a !, 'i d'tdo t"r t1 lit t' " F; . govcin n V.! 1 . had ad- !e to .t pnwera of !iv cetting -i .,(.! the grave i coiitrovoikv with the i at h'H-t hiterent' j"y i ttiie time was no . up. . topean.iufiuerioe.'9 be e j -i' Tit time-, however, no toward mediation or intor h L. -n taken by any foreign . ',i tnere ia little dot'.bttliut ri! rciidy to take the initi.i ro lis lis slij,'l.ti:et evidence n i ti. I 8 i. ,ed iStaies government will v v, ii h Itvfir urn h a mo,e. - 1,-i-ft, Ai til l7-r!io T-'ii'.rt "mt i in ed i l co j .. n i I ,1'1-ht n p 3 f.. i ' ji reel i . . ilie-'.". bus Ji'isi'O, and ino - llli. '10 two of tl. only 'ntifl i i 1 Km I'M f'O-ll f -.T! v:i.t, tK'il.Hhf, ot wfe in ) A i t t i '' ' 4i5in.'f ' i iinw' l ku if 90 -of" the )( : . JUaii Vten ntiner son of swnnti'v r; would, not hat been 40 alay. v warbadbeen duclared. .11$ oaW not I peak for others, but as for himself In .. ' Hi. : - .1 . .t ...... . i . wee. tor. war. i. auis ueuiaraviuq nruugni Wit- a , vlgoroua' outburst ot .fpiwt f rom theg,vttery. ' . - ' Mo.-oo (taiared thr -yooW not be li'.tie so long as a Earofn nation owl and butchers ita slnves in this bfunpphore. - He said it was noi y t' tb JVIaine oonrt to fl rp j onaibii- M'peJo, ot a mine, it wa a tnii.h to peda, or a Sfaniah mir" iiuioe . H.'a'n m 8'iswet. Jle 5 op) ! V rrf!1 on -ls.vti ? t ln-ierniiiiy. t ,jt!o j'li", :.-it cf the caivtrop' n ,. n, 1, ; 'ii,. V wonM r e any kinJ ot aiuonou-y er I anT p'..n it -t Spaii). Hi "?.iin 1 v u'.at t,.i Spanish fl.tg be drrwn 1 : f i"ra. iifiniepiiera. 29si r c J h 1 f v1' Cuba ho!.sUl be - ' 1 to r y Bn '' Joranity to Ssain. '. j. . i us a . i," Jiji'l !!.., 5n I - "r h'Mir Ijt..i: that all lnsui B'lu vt of onr" ,tft al! ov- la t Riiiui, r i 'i jjl'l.), .chair- f.o iitieon militia, t jcfolution de ii l 'ns'n and the i man o toua v -i ' ui esube. " a .ill , t tii'mae w5o laor 've action are sort- fit methods by ' nan be bronghV to an .piiuuD. This eiorninf fume talk over the ruit during; conBbioration of , titttr.n" bill, and at i roogniaing the in ' a rider; Cot all air. It has no ' t.'iwtg tUe. con sul with k the - which is, going an AriDlstlce. . i,. "'I wh'da'VeJ with ' T evening' und" today fur au firmistioe- iq nd while it n tii Ui .ireijident'di6 ,. y frtj - S a' "i 1 ill) oilier s I nt own d, i I'! 9 W - ii i uf tle ' e BkTi . . orhapa wi.l r..,. -i i ty c at'ni; ti. -t (S,t, 5j jj tl t'.ntterftTi-!:! Ip t. i'i 't vpry tti-.ii t M t Vrt- ' y oiici ... i ' ii.iing ti a .t f r r' i . s j Abes, i h Continue. moral 5i:' !'JVBWCi 1 of ,tfce T inf.'- I y ' i t- i el f '5y-j i up aa -9 lit till IM. .61 I'i- r. i ! ii b r.. a' ' ) tu eiand t i C'iifin tii. ti.in '4 nion. 1 ,;;iiii i.t 's no h , i at Forts Jl.'.-.jrJa, ,iji.. t ;i,a . 1 Harrison, 5 'tt. The biivo. i-nt vill ttn abovt tw 11 ' sb'-ii. A Statement Int Aler . .. . . -' At the cioce of the cabinet pii. j 'liy betiietary ALj-r gave out the foi ls, i"g statement: , "ho far from there b' ing any differ e of opinion among tne member of litut, thy are ali in hearty ac LOid with the prefiiJent. How cnild t' pifwidout have ki'J ts-orp? "i'i . ?, cor.gre0 tue'tej-ort at (.nee in,d .tt-d that jig had forviri it t" spam, and ia awaiting net.. fPT::y . iia i rnoi't tidie one step at a tino?. It may be ft, id further that there npfel .i.o na feat that ha will not take the next." lie has not lout a moment in prenuiiting,' nrt nl the Main Inoident,. but t!ie vi., s-' .-.tioa to p.n), The coun try cn w;:l afford to await the result of the iK.r.-otiatioB. which will be promptly made to whatever miult.". '. . Another ntiiuatam Ural U Dpain. Chicago, March 81. A Chronicle special from Washiugloa cays: The positive staioment was made by Bucre tary Alger tonight that Jlr. lIcKinley this .veoi4( sont an nltimatonn to Spain, and that faut will he communi cated to congress tonmrrow it is iro-jw'-fi.blo to ohtsiin ti ' i information from the White lKt,t. . 1 v.; Waf-hip on, ' Jj'i-h Si.. 'i iie H:sto dc'artiaiiit gives t,o b..oiti c,n' .'uil tion of ihe rei mH thiit ofiiciai a lv 1 f'd'TI Hll-ii.a K i.f l.ut rlnts ho I. J by (iWevli-r eh': "',t bre approhended. It 8iiH-am V At 1 ,no t - l a cum i Mini- rat!'"n to V. .1 hi' lie lf!iiH''i a prciptt.it'- ! i t ui.Hit ma a eUong i i-f-, Havana. Bhtn i l'y dnclar.'s 1 .' -"rofU COf' ; : u U" sit,.i 'on i'i i-h he siy may a v oij V. ' it. " ii (-f l- V i t ki I l0(' , !'- i t'ui a iw, tu'v rat .ant - y . : . v ..-.. 1 '.'-. - t.U . i!l ; i jifiiflt; i 'v. ,11 be . Chi.il a K splay ;. ' t;. (?:.? i-Afil 'signs clever jii pro, J ts!c opinion- thi .';.'.','. iS0091Cftni l,th 'end of ' thee operation. -:- The' . th nioet potent 1b8iT2Lm special knoh' ' . t t inn- cl'it make tt fBMbl toi'th whol ' W be unloaded in advance of st CI, 'at a huge profit, or t ip'ght areate such a bearish eutment the -.. -ftri,r . to final It junk- a ka abroad ts'atly in excess of any amount 1 exacted from abort at Ohioago. v--la- ternationV polities will , be fautor; txrhap a very bullish, porlutpa a very beariab one. ' ATaf with Spain wonld bort prices " on its "dwtiwnttiiin, lut would inll pr!ej fbikl'y, ami a r' fui end) on the other host '., in ghi, j imp P' on the first sentiu-iHit oi rAWt," but reuult in tt Lul, . brth simion a(ef. It 1b, hot to be f du:.t'n that f.itrat't wboat'lB twiog porv( i'lto the .-, elovrttora at the rat" ".OO.Ofl i i ,,f!,--h vr vmek, and -that fctra.u i!f ivory it tc mer-fl9ed a tb iy piuacbij. ' " , - -fortlaad M.r. .. ..",. . heat Wall Walla, 7" -,7Sc; .Vai- ley'aiid lilueeteia, T1" t r tucbet. : ,. riour--Bei" ?'v..t-, ' y, graham,.' 13.40; taperf. t-3.55 , ,t ttaml. ... 0tChoice whit?.- ;?C38o; choice gray, 8384o per bnihH. ' -; " - I Barley Feed ' barley, $173 brewing, $20 per tat-r'.a .-- . Millgtiirl-Bran, fll per toh;'ijd dliliga, 25; aliorta, f.Vv.!' Hay .Timothy i $13. SO; clover,- $10 11; Oregon wild bay, $i)10 per ton. t- JEggs Oregon, Ho per dirSen.' , Buttei-rKancy 'creamery, - 455()o; fair to good. vtO 45c; dairy, 88(5 lOo per roll. ' , - Cheeses-Oregon foil cream,'- 13o; loucg America,-13 14o.h -;-, -, Von I try Cbwkens, mixei,- $3.60 4.0ft- per downi hens," $100(34.60; g..eV ?8.00(37.00;'. dncka,. ',' $8.00 7.0(5 pr doaeu; , tnrkeys, live, 1913c per ponnd.. ' . ' . jv 1 Foutoes Oregon Burbanks. 88 43c pet sank; sweets, $V.75(J per cental. . - Onions Oregon, "$3.25(3 3-60 ' per sack.'.'-."'.- ".'. V Hops 14 16o per pound (or new crop; 1890 crop, 4(3 8o. : Wool Valley, . 14il6o per- pouud; JEastern. Oregon, ., - 712c; '.; mohair, tfic-fiar pound. ,, . . . - v .Mutton Grose, beat sheep,. wether and ee, 4c;,dresd mutton, ,7c; I ng, Uuihs, Se per pound. - : .i' 'Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $4.25; i J.pi.'t and h-eders, $3.004.00; dressed, , T"i 00 '.J 5,00 per 100 pound, j 1'uef Uroa. "top steers. $3.50(1 8.78i-Cows,' f.8fl3; dreaaed beef, 7c per pound. 1 . -? , ." ' Veal-rldtrge, 88,'ic; imall, 78e pet j)j.und.', , ' "i'i'W SUl Market.' ' '".'"-.'. 1 ...loo ' Vaklmos, -j $14 pev toil; j f 1 1 Q 18; sweeta, 2c per pound; i i,f C ' : .uds, $1 i - J 'lit - .ii''y native creamery, I i fc. .,;. ranch, H15c dairy, i iiiy erefimury, 2Sc. 1 1 - f , Nat. re Wa-i ii'gton, 133 Mi h chees-e; 12,'i;C, . -' i l'icsh raucxi,- 16o; California t s:. a, 1 li -,- , " ?lcr.fhoice dressed bei steers, E ;.iv3, "J j,7)sc; mutton, 8c; pork, 7.,'-vcisl, smallr8o. , r ; - I'onltry-KJhickenai live, per pound. hffir-, l " drewed, , 14c; turkeys, -j 1. . , i v- ! dr"ed, lttc - i .i-h Ti ', HaJibnt, 67c; at eel Liw.'s, T"' ' ralmontront, lic; flonn der ttii.l ..'i,u, 3(jJ4e," tOM cod, 4c; ling r.i.' i , ru'k tod, 6r; smelt, t , berrins, 4w. , t . ;. , i .a ojsitc n(, ier saok, $3 (33.60. t ' 'i i.u!e, f i3; cracked, per ton, .':; d fifal, $ii3 per too. . t",';. ' : ,i!ky I'.olled'or ground, per ton," i ,; no!w, IL , . - " , ' i lour-I'ttteni,- per- barrel; $1.25 : ! 4 CD; straitititu, $1.00; . California brands, $.?&; ttvkoU brands, $5.40 $1.76; bnckwheui flour, $8. . . MillstorTu-Iiiiiin, pcr.ton,$17; sboite,. per ton, $18(319. ., Feed Chopped feed, $18(320 per ton; middlings, per ton, 4; oil caka meid, per torii $35.., ' , - tUy Pugot Bound, ' new, per ton, $13 14; Eastern Washington timothy, $18; alfalfa, $!2; straw", $7. " AV heat Feed 'wheat, per ton, f 23." : Oats Choice,1 per ton, $23. ' San l'rcl-o Mai-kat.'- ' - - - : Woo! Nevada, ll(?13c; Oregoriu 314o; Boathern ooast lambs, 78c, .. ; .'-iHllataff Middlings, $21(223; California bran, $18.00i316.60per ton. Cinons-r-Silverskins, $.60 8. 75 per ct-ri al. ' ' . t i-gl Store,12;13c;ranch,18. 14c. . J - - Bittter-Fancy. creamery, 18o; do aecouda, Ji 7c; fancy dairy, 16c; good 'to choice, 16(ltto por ponndi " ' ' jt?' Fieab Fru'- -Appfes, 86cig,$1.35 per U "i lioX; gr,,!, 26ff40c; Isabella, fo iTic; peact. "i, 60cftl; pesya, 75o l i--r box; pluws, 2035. '. - ' , ' i'otato.js Early ll'.ie, b060c,. t'mna J'mlt Or,!.,c"S, navels, $1,35 f?3.fi0; Mexican limr-s, - ' $4.60; I California lumoiiB, , cj.oiiv, 1.E0; do 'ominoa, CQof fl-OO per hx.' ' ' 1 1.1V V.'hrut. $10fA23; vheat and out, $lh ?22; oat, $14.601.5-50; bpnt 1 Kirlcy, fi7'fia; alldlin, fll(3 I'i; c! vcr, $!2.fj It. - r,;..-18;17';i .-ponr.i i aiiry ) "fW, ,10o; old. pound. Itahor'i v 1,1.',- 1 ' t lit V 1st. 1 iiFtiv- molding I v, ,;h a sheath ,j im ii a curved :,'!'" nod a lifted' i, h has a spring "1 rtn". .f the MlniT aM't Ml,"ii i '4. S ftt !tttjr 4 'y. g li I ir it llliii to- ; . i Riki r Citv 1'' t v . ' 'i b, , i ei!ii'i- .out ils innnt. .1 tlr.il tiifl . & tiv HiS an ' wat ioi-., and ' .'.en, it ''ivfntiuU tth.n i. a with a t hud Wiwi a suciUHs, City'a first oxporiontni i a crowd of that charaot t .-a Eakor fn'rtalnliigf aid ita citi- .si (it the r- t'a bad cause to be jjrut salt. The town surpiifvd iti.olf by its achievement As ihe en,:-- n and vis itors beoaiue bettor -wnititod, mora informality cnnie into m proceedings, and miners and -espitMnHK gok closer together, and the ViWifi!t"n of tliii nun eral wsoiinw of t?.) r ,-rtm Mas hotter appreciated. . All 'f;U ' ivoual in terW lniuining and ivi .,.:i; nntl ho one was o wis that "ho . ,.t f t new and broadi r ' i.lr.i. hi o " . wra ecr wmisi to in inmi.strim uia anliittml uc- Telopment of the giteat Northwest The lat day a ooumttition and ty laws, tor a permanent oigsniiatioo was reported, and, after some discussion, adopted." ' iThe, . name ehon . was th Mining' and Irrlgution -Congreas; t)b. juct, to- promote and h;"ii.r mining and irrigation .enterprise and other kindred industriessthe offloer to be a .prosl dout, a vice-preaklont from nioh .arnte, who thai!' oliooee the sri'ietaiy and treasurer;-the mvetiig lo l- h-ld are niianr, at time and plaoe -to he e leotod by th eongrenu; the v-n lo be composed of deloctos twin Ihvgou, Utah, Colorado,. ; Wyoming, j. Idaho, Washington Montana, Califortita and Kevad,.to bffapKuntd at fol!o9; Seven by Ui governor of each (tato) one by the mayor of earh rity; t.iri"e ...i-;..i li.,t. 1. .J .1 ,w siaiiJaroiKoiriitiy!i it .v-li, IVity three lro eiw:h vom , to " appoint ed by the eonnty. jud,-" or uiaurui.irt of h'n ootinty board; tl - from each rog uktly orgnniaevl mil, : dmtriot within' the.statesv '.Tbecom, . iteeiv lestiela tlon Will' consist fif ti tpemtiera from each state, ,w bo villi f r"?ent wrfitten -report at 'each annual ongrN " . ..Whcn itcame to select mx a phii for the noxt mii'dmi;, J. F. Batchol lor named Portland as tuft commercial and financial metropolis of the Northwest, where facilities for accommodating a great gathering and fur a display of mining Biachinary' and niethoilt of. re diitdng ore could be femndi, R.W. Farijt proposed Boise as able to handle a big convention," it being more cenlnil ly located, with respect to the mining stated, being itself in the center .of . set region, whose chief industries the congress would relate to. V. A. Johns ' named Baker City. ' .A doaen "apeeche' were made by partisans of the different r places. ' A ballot . reanlted as follows; Portland, 4t;-' Boise, '14; Baker city,;6.";;;, .v:- ,-; 7 t Portland wa matt the unanimous: ehoioe. " .-, . "'. "' ". . The Urn for holding tbmett meet ing was fixed for the first Tuesday in December, 1898, after a longdi:uMioa, bringing out eeasonabt .rjomands of placer and quartz mining and irrigation fnrniing and after referenee to oom mirte of three whose report wg adopt-, ed. Albert Gtnuer, of 1'. " r City, ras unaiiimoiiery elected, -pcrmaneni pteni detit of the orgaulzatiun. The follow ing vice-presidents were ehosen: ' ," ' Oregor--01e 1. Olsen, Grants Pass; Idah HinU) Engineer r F., J. Mill, Boise; Washington Dr'. , J, JI. Boyd, Spokane; Utah Thomas ti.. hee Og den. ' The executive committee is com posed of the following: ' ; ' V .? ': Oregon Fred R. Melli, Baker City, and J. F. Batchelder, '.Portland; ' Idaho -A. D. Morrison, Idaho Falls, and F, Haul, Downey; Washington Q. B.' Deiinis and : A, , p. Carry, ' Kpokane; Utah R. 8. Campbell, Salt Lake City, and JL C. Lund, St. Oeorge. : . . Members Of tlie legislative wiromittee: Oregon C. A: Julius, Baker City, and "K J.' Ftasior,- Eugene; Idaho John C". !.;; Bio, Caldwell, and Edgar 1 Wilson, .. Boise; , Washington J, - J. Browne and Colonel iindsley, gpokane; Utah David Keith' 8alt Lak City, and if.H. KoTapp,-Ogden. ; ; '- The governors of California, Nevada, Colorado, Wyoming' and Montana wilt be asked to wake appointments for their respective states.--' ;.";.'.; '. f " ... ,; ;-'. A committee presented resolution? la the effect that only questions pertaining to mining and irrigation should be dis cussed before the congress;' urging im mediate action for a mineral exhibit at the Trans-M isniippi, xpoitiot from the several .states reprenented In ' the congress?- acknowledging appreciation of and extending hearty thank to the Citizens .of -..Huker City for the 'many cotirteHie and attention received. ".;''' ':. "'- r '"' . ;..'.'..'' .'-' " Captain' Roblsy V. Evans, --who goe into command of , th war (hip" Jowa, yiij Captain Kampson, has no rival for popularity in Wash ins tun, or in th navy , department ' . The c-tptairi is quott'd aa having ea'il recently that' if he had his way "there would be nothing but Spanish talked in lor the next five-years." .. Evnns'wii in command of the Yftrktown during th late trouble with Chile, and he vumf'-d to blow Valpuraiw off the earth liecuiiiie of the insults pnt ubori America iy the citizens of that town.- But the nnvy department! refuotid, and Evans was commended 'for. the a!iirnbi8 .tuK. restraint he exercised'.y Si ne then lis ha no love for Ppaln.'.' Evans Is iroruir ally known, as "Fighting Bob''. .Evans, a peetidonyrn which ha dislike, very much, lie hat a limp which he earned during hi em( Wih Uncle 8sttu ia the '0t and other ,markt i,t war on his person. Kvans". belongs to a V'ir- iniit ' familj', tid ' wb'u',t'-'i H-iith ' c!cd, hi mother, wilhnut 2, . Von sent, etint Lis reftiKtatioir to V,'.ilting-toji-. r T-i, yot".' i)."li-!r, hocrer,. por- stiiidedtbe' 1" -t- to. abrogate it, i and pronii. tiy i , ii;ii i tne tervice, - )e I hut .been il t! Tiitvy 3H year, and it oneof the mont d hitvt and dnilt-g' la Uncle Kam'K srvW. ..';,' '!':'f; : The ""town of Ei ,htuheuv 1" rut sylvania, was nnmod in 1741 lj a party o Moravians, who a'-'-mhled in a har.-i, here the town it hxwtud t C'lohrnie Christma. v - 1 '. T- ri: f- 'in Linltn't Mates goncrM Bppr.i bas rsnderod a decision that. ban-'lkM-oldefs with an. ecii.roi iurf 1 initi.,1 ' lottar &o not come under th hi 'i I of. "rt'd hatidkarohffffs ii t'l A ttal La "e two woriH ciisi'ha e a necessity and indicate a .remedy . - f '. iiKUJ -the leaaoa when the blood is niout iifipnre aa a roault ot the win ter's doner confinement, higher living, slowpf afttiou oi the kidneyi and liver; when immorf of all kinds, bolls, pim ples and eruptions, are most litiblo to appear; whon the-wimk, langulil condi turn of v " uie poddy structuia Ue tnaiuh an i wlconPi help, MEDH" ' '' t to which the rail lii'i t i-in Hood's tarsa- I . . i. ,ii ' ini preiiara i ' . I to Ui Pre' ijit ; v.' in of liutliouiiin family; thatwhich u, . -s th bkHl, t n ii') 1 olcau, at J shown by it thoitMHi- J of wonderful "pi of difii 1" ! " & create Sim ' ly i' i Stt,Ul,gJ tlOtilih ens the nciv fiv-inerr i i't-vi.. ptiusw d, t il wnoy in i. .nil. t ami fctrenath- n p-ove I t people now calm and self- U V Croat st Mmticine because ft cures when ali others fail. f t,iitt. rut fr.y fet, yt lm, -' A vrHt'f lit 1 1 id. a lin'.; ! r World call attention of fu M.-.U to the faot that animnl oils kr t y iWtruutive to rubber prfidaetM, u.i h I i.'ycle tpe. It make no differeii' hovy govl the umipmiitd may b"; a 1 lUo e;oC of ani- UMM grtvi Jij coptio t with th tite -j inj-ire ilia rut.! it. A careful exami nation of manv t ii ycle oils show that they are prtiutty of animal origin. Mineral oil me not noarly so apt to injure the ru' !mr. la faut, many , of t'ifm are hot In jurious at al). when ap plied in small quantities, while many vegetable oil are In a measure helpful to rubber. " - " .Mm. Oatlnkl's Hatr. - All that, beautiful hair tlnat Mm. Gaiibki display. as Klsa, fienta, va, hiegllnde, Elisabeth and tho rest, say Harper'! Baxaar, - ber own. It i a glorious mane, ie color a light coppery brown, slightly waving and of extraor dinary length and thickness. In ; pri rate life th prima . donna wear it, braihed back front her forehead and coiled at the (piddle of the back of ber bead.'" A few plain tortoiae-shell pins hold it in plaoe. : . Ko headdress: or fancy pint or bowknota or other brie-a-brae dtaSgur it. DON'T rOUNPKKKU. We blankt a burse in the warmest weather after a hard drive if he is to stand in his stalk W take violent exercise and do bard manual labor, and very many taks no precaution against vudden cooling off. In raw of ths hone, t he chilli, lie will he fouiulttntil. In vane f men and women ho ar forsrvtful of the coiMpinc. tiiry wilt miller wiramw and stirtiinmrrnm htl tofixtt. If weaie tuna ftnriful, we nd not lie no i t niu in-! tfinl hi. Jacob Oil.iixrd in a caw i ui- Him!, u not of the boat and wrMti-ii,;'! (.. A 'hkI rboning rfflaxna toe ttuTi'nc.i m.n. ipli unit pull the joints to work Renin in fxid ordi'r. In thla asetnn f Hria non ivho-dojov thdin ought to be without a boulu rf the Oil. v ; x r- Sufferer from . neuralgia aro warned by medical writer not to driok tea, but to partake freely cf colt.;.:-, into which the juice of a lemon hut bi t-o tqucozed, v. THAS MlOIKHN 0KWKKAT1OI OT MM Fhymcftily sivn sra btitmr today Uisn ever hefoia. Our caltrig r'niiU are, a. a ,.".-u-rel thine; itiairnlliiwat BT-it'iiinena. 1 he ci.Hliiu tioimlly wtiak au.l m-i-voim, (htiuaa tt.f-r may never brtowm a'hii-i.. run eipni'v IMcrraite thrlr atrriicih a "t r-r. ;anin.i-jr Id tin narvotta a Hii.'ijt l.y tl. fit a i i,; thmrt tr' Stiiiriei'-h iii'S'-r, t i. ti n'.o r-" . , n.a. lartai, k'.dcay, din').iWi ai,d c.l,,:.a i,i.nu',u. .The .United Ftatt-s guvtirnmi'itt ex hibit at the expofjiti' u will -xnd by all edda that made at any former expoti tion. K " - ' , f Allen's Foot-Tnifl, R 1 ; r tri. Itcnrepiiiitul,aw umar , , levlsud instantly fc.nes the s mil, of i-.rtu ai.ii bunions, Jt'stlitjf 5 f -inf-irt tlnx ov eryofthsaR. Alls- t'oot-Kase make tifiht-tittinf or hew . . '-nv;" It isa certain cuiri fnH-chtitj i!mjr,clanip, calioutand hot, -tired. ai-i.iug feM,s. wt have ovm 10.W) ttt(inonil of enrrv Try it today.! 8o!ii by all 4rtiiat j4 "ho stores. v maiJ for 2flc, in ..-?ei. Tria parkae FilBB; Address Aitm g. Olm ttd, L titty, fi. Y. ' . .; Common talt that ia used dnHr in CHit food it nended in th h' ' u aid digestion (i:id tint a.isim' j of the food, and helps id the cu :ntion of many of tlieiitstt'ia. - . ' ., A Ti'c;l:rf J i,...aent Vrata Mm 1. . Vefiiniae, of na KUkera . . .. Avaaaa, maskoira, I tt, "I waa fii'its..- u.ii.y ill th doctor aaJd they eonM cure m,' but failed to do ao. ; . . fr - "I pave up in. dodpalr ; and took to ; tr-y bed. I ltM-l dread ful pa,lnsia my bc .rt, fmintii;- . f up?V, J pat-ki ha-" . J f -t e - my -eyea, end t aoinetliina ' I would " ' t get aolKnd1 I coi. not t. . ... f ', 1; f ir r -"-ral mlrintna. Z ctt.M rot etand Vs'iy Ji,-ng without foellaqr f ami voiiiJ'-.i-ir, '. jl .ftlaohad fcrnstltf 'wefclsneWi I.tiflarai, 'maticn of o p in'.) iriwnstru . . il 1j. ulceration .ftU .thc'..i ation, d!"j.la irof theexti fof th troml mm oi th ami ti . Pinl is i .tiam a ui ft .. . i LiVj7 Li Only those who have been relieved of great auffeilng oan fully appreciate the gratitude with which the testimonials overflow written in favor of " Hoods' Sarsaparilla. Just read this: . "C. I, Hood A Co., Lowellj Mass.t "Gentlemen After an lljneas of two year during Which tim 1 underwent several snrgieal operations, at last be gan to improve;, but my improvemfpt was SO riVrw tna't 1 imcauie diso'iiiraged and if seemed as though J would nevtr k L i ii . nilktnc'oows by Macihlnery. . Br means 'of a newly-designed Tip parutu alt the cows in a dairy can be milked at ori-e, a vacuum tank being connected by pipe with air-tight pail bear each animal, with flexible rubber ttilx't for tttaolimiiiit tothe teat to draw the milk into the pail a toon a thevalve in 'the pipe ar opened to apply th suction of th vacuum tank. 2 x I Schillings Btst baking powder .ought to" sell for twice as much as tho next best i. ' ' m- "i ., ,, , . A goldfish will will die in DO min ute if placed In water which con taint on per cent of alcohol. In water which contain SO per cent of alcohol it Will die instantly. . AN pitN LtTTCM TO MOTH CMS. We art averting I tb courts ear rif M to ths clni iMCotlh wont "CASTOAIA," and " rirCHKHaCASrOKIA," an twrTrwt Mark. 1 Dt. Bamuel Pitcher, of llyinnla, Muwetiiwctts, w..(ii-otlliului-of-rtTCHBaCATORlA," the same that hat bora an don bow bear Um facsimile aiinatutc of C1IA&. H. H.KTCIIK oa erervwrappcr. ThUUIheotlglnl"PlTCHEa a CABTURIA " which has been used in the hoax Of the mothers of America for ever thirty yean. Look Carefully at the wrapper and set that U i Ihi tint yon tan afaMM Auraf. and baa the tlgiMtiv of CHAS. M. VLKTCIIKR oa th wrapper. Hof on hat authority from me to mat my name except The Centaur Company of which ChM. II. Fletcher la fremiti tit. Mink I, llvr. SAMfKI, NTClIJUl, tux . f j A Brooklyn thief hit been sent to th .penitentiary nine year for stealing two- bicycle. The oonrt evidently ride. v; . ' '" ' Boat PMODCCT ANT TV rOOD, r:; 1 gut em ftyrup, aoallad, asnally vary t-otorett aui ol heavy Ixxlj, la niaOe Iron Tni 0riii Itrint" la made from "'r Cant ami laurlctly pure. It la lor aale by tlrl-claM erorere, in cant only. Uanillac lurod by Hie Pioiric i!oAr Hvavr t'a All sen. nma "?nt Unnlm irlp," haa the meoufao turar's Bams litbosrai.htd on tvtry eaa. ' Iceland' gnysers never (hoot their water higher than 100 feet, while some of onr Yaliowtton geyerr go mor than thre times as high. . ' FIT Permaimitlv Cured. So Blear n.r.nnM III after lit (lar'a one ot In. Kline'a um rmraiufltnr. aend ror fKr-K .O0 trial bnitloanot. -iM, UK, B. U, ItUtiat, Ltd., MS tiiadeiiiuJa, Ira, --. 'W- macl idl for reiitsterlns the strokes by th oarsmen in a rowboat was i ...uiiUy exhibited in London, - riito's Cur for Consumption is the only roiiHh medicine used in my boti.ie. -D. C. AUiright, MtlHlnburg, Pa., Dec. U, t, 'A Ijornton polio court baa decided that Uihlt'S and prayer bookt are newt tarieiof life. , n A Iter helns awlnitM by all Mhera, aend melanin a.r (HtrticularR of Kin aoloaitm'a Treasure, ihe ONI.V rneer of manly aireiwth. MAfKi.N CBKMtCAIi CO., P. O. Hoi 77, 1'luladelpkla, Pa Th population of New South Wale last year wa 08,640, a gain of about 80,000 In One year. ' reading a Deter. ' The American consul at Aden. Arabia, give an account in the last volume of Consular Report of . a curi ous herd of sheep in Somaliland, which it a desert country. These sheep tub tint on prickly mimota, a kind of desert serub bash, seemingly the most nopal stable of food. Their striking peculiar. ity, a described by the' ounsul, i a large lump of pur fat growing right at the roet of th tail, : A medium-aiaed lump of this fat weigh ahont four pounds, and it varies from one and one half to six pounds. People who have studied th nature and bahlts of these sheep tay that, like th camel, which it able to subsist for day without food from th (trnfigth derived from the tis sue cf his hump, tbl blackhead sheep can subsist on th strength with out any other sustenance,. The prin cipal market for the skins I New York. It ha been proven by trial that the sheep are able to stand a considerable change, of climate. A few year ago tour sheep were acclimated at th Zoo logical Garden at Frankfort, Germany, wlier their prfigeny now number about 80. There are vast stretches of desert hind In Arizona and elsewhere in the West where caotu plant grow in pro tuition, but a yet no domesticated ani mal have been (uccessfully raised In that region. - It has been proposed mor tl.nn once to import camel, but these s'limals are uof likely to prove service , Vo. The JjoraaliUnd sheep, however, i"i,i!ir.;!t" i in that rert region, to j,- ',or wi'h th plant M tubsista upon, ioi, l.t jiroi a valuabl addition to our lint of domostio animal, It I no doubt tho thought of th consul that ii ii I. a?i experiment should be tried,; A WW residing in Strafford,' Vt, . iir,l oi,4 of his ehild.-sn Freedom be i !,o v;.s born on a Fourth of July, i" '.thrr Iillxxsrd because be first !' ,'.t ther wt on Mftroh 13, (IP) get strong again. I was tary much run down and it did not seem as though I had any appetite and I did not care to live. One day I met a friend who bad taken Hood' Harsaparllla and X was advised to try It. After I had taken a few doses I Began to feel Better -and had a better appetlt. I gained from two to three pound a week and grew stronger every day. I took two or thre bottles of Hood' Parsnparllla, and am now as strong as I ever wa in my life, and I praise Hood' Barsapa rllla for bringing ma bank to health." Emily nillinger, 10 Grand avenue, Bouth, Portland, Or. "Th member of our family hav derived much benefit from th use. of Hood' 6raprllla. My fathar wa severely troubled with humor, but it readily yielded toIluod'rHaraparlll." - Mrs. I. M. White, Balem, Or. ,. Th ldloln ror You v Because of what it bas don for oth- QjULbwaaiseyou ought this spring to Uk thai whlohlirwBJ-aiJiV.nui. good. n ..... . .., ll...lt. 1 ' Be sure to get Hood's, Automatle Car Draka. A new automatic car stopper has a gate hanging under ths front of the car which tip back when it strike a raised body and relvasu a pair ol brake thoce, which ar flat on th under tide to fit. the rail and curved on the upper ltd to engage the wheelt, canting them tn run ou to the (hoot and ttop the car. ';... HOW TlltBT W offer Ana Hundred pollen Reward for ant oaae of Caianb Ihat can not be cured by Mail t Catarrh Cure. P. J. CIIKNKY A CO., Propt.. Toledo. O. We tho uudorueoed, have known r, J. Cheney tor the neat IA ynars, and believe him enrtectly honorable In all bualneeatraniarllonn and fin ancially able lo carry out any ebliaatiiuis Bad by their arm. WBerATtraX, Wboiewle llruUta, Toteda, Q. aiiao. anna e aiaaTia, Wholeaale Ilruaslala. Toletlo. O. nalraCalarrh Cure la taken Internal . act In directly on the blood and muouua eurlaree ol theayautm. Price ?fw nr bottle. aoia ujr au driisslma. Teallmnnlala true, Uali't family I'll la ore the beet. Meaaaellae Sleavea. Dresse of various fashion, material and stylo agree in thla on point: They hav tleevet clone fitting for th entire length of finely shirred ruous scllne d sole. For a dinner dree or evening gown these sleeve ar often unlined. But for a lilncheon gown or other toilet they ran be made at warm aa neceasary with the silk lining. The black mouaaellne sleeve ar charming on satin cloth or velvet frooka. One Hank Pallor. San Marino, th little republic in th Appenlnea, ha proved that it I op to date by having a bank tailor and ar resting all the director for fraud. t .a f K'lr ENTOVfl Both the ntethod and reaulu when Syrup of Figs ia taken ; it i pleasant and refroahing to the Uste, and acU cently yot promptly on the Kidney, Liver and Bowels, cleanse th ya tern effectually, dispell cold, head ache and fever and cures habitual conatipatlon. Syrup of Figa is the only remedy of it kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and so ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in it sotlon and truly beneficial in it effect, pretiared only from the most heal thy and agrocahloaubatanoea, it man V exrollonf. nimlit!n la . ...,tgMliiii(i,Hj , to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figi i for aale in 80 cent bottle by all leading drag gist. Any reliable druggist wbo may not hav it on band will pro oure it promptly for any one who withes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. . CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO. tAH FHAK0I9Q0, 0AL - JOWBIUt. AT. tw ay MM. . H ' I'IICIT meda on a aoiall bcginnlns by uatllni In In. -tnrea. Writ lor full particular's. Vnt'ol re ?,1C' ,?rj rear.' ei parienceon Ilia f Weato "oard of Trade and a lliorouih know" lcoeeof thabulnM, liendfnroiir free MfVr." ence book. DOWNINo, HOPKINS i A v, Chljiaso hoard ol Trad' "", OfflUt la Portland, Oreon and eesttla, Waah. . YOUR LIVER is It Wrong? . Get .It Right. KeeoltRluhL Moore's Revealed Hemedy will doit. Three dpset win makt you feel better, rjtt It from your drunlit or any wholesale dm bouts, ol wmfluiwart A Holmei Dm Co., Seattle. KILLlfllCUO:. fflgJ&S? Plain or with Cutter. The beat navii, i. tH'JL . krt. tlwd by all ,, liAe'r piTaSe all?!S aral marvhiuidlH aturea, or by ' " " S WrtCH CO.. i Market 8trmt,aa rranolaoo, Cal. INDIAN WARS mu.v. .rr? eorJand wid'oiTo. mnnwHnwnni, ta Mr R A WHITM A N f-ii I'"!!" Md Atlornaya, valiliitiim, f . acre cash, balance U oron m i, until paid lor, J. . Mulhall.Hioin oitria. . PAT.Q ri'T'."'?"!!! '"" "o"1 iivf owM'0W.4ulbliitOB.Oonn. s IKX8ir-"-UT eunnnitvrnai ' ho smiuyln ...tr bin attachineut to break or unfasten. Worka a,,.,,,,,.., ,.iiv i...i..u i. " - " , a i . H,ire irota aajyeluK Simple and effective. Will tell readily ,!,-. cvRrahowo. mmta wanted every where, , tttrait, tc sddreas - tz:;:v, um wmm ait li.irtrt n., Uuom 28, Ban rranoln,, f. W. V. H. ' .1 M ITT "f M arw ;; i. vaaeeeiai.