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l$jpr h.f: hi : -r i ;! ti v t 8y': ''' ',.,-. Ks cried out hi aaeryfend thay ran to the neighbors Xiu help. -Sciatic was torturing Him, Better run tor St. Jacob Oil, or have It handy. It is known to cure the worst cages, and tare effoeUisUy. The power in ciao to think Ii the es sence of his tout. Thought can de stroy, thought can save. Prenlis , Mil ford (aid: "Thoughts are things." Can yon see this thought called things? By intuition man perceives that thought are things; by Intellect he realises the thing, the effects. The power 0f thoughts has fathomed the depth of the heavens and Drought ua the com forts and luxuries of oar present civil i nation. - In tho Head Is an Inflammation of the mucous mem- bran lining the nasal passages. It caused by a cold or succession of colds, combined with impure blood.. The way to cur It Is by purifying and enriching the Diooa wna uood'a earsaparilla. This Bieaicine cures catarrh whoa all other preparations faiL ; . Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla la America's Greatest Medicine. XI; six for IS. Hood'e Pills core constipation. 2S cent. LABOR AND INDUSTRY. The United States bas 437,663 coke ovonas Pennsylvania 80.910. The capital Invested in cotton mills in bonta Carolina no? amounts to f 18, Ttia.uuu. . it is estimated that 88 per cent of the silk goods need la the United States are the products of our own factories. Ibe labor press announces that R. V. Debs has severed his official connec tion with alt labor onions, and will take the lecture platform. A writer la an exchange declares that 600.000 men now do the work, with ine am ox machinery, which needed 16,000,000 to do a lew years ago. Tbo membership of the Cigarmalere International Union is taking a vote -on a proposition to abolish the ont-of work benefit and to reduce the death beneflts about 20 per cent. A.OS'ioaaa -ef-Vh e New England cotton mills may be making silk a few years from now. ,-. Some of them have cajnght on already to the advantages of making the change. K ; It Is reported that English machine builders have contracts for the equip- -ment ot many cotton mills in India, inoloding 11 mills being established in Ahmedabad, where sis more may be in progress of construction. After an idleness of four years the 113-inch mill of the Glasgow Iron Company of Pottstown. Pa., has been put in operation, as was also a 65-inch mill of the same company, giving em ployment to nearly 600 men. The first woolen mill in the Chinese empire is a boat to be established, and it will be fitted np with American ma chinery. Even u our own woolen mills are failing, our machine workers ap pear to do ootng a good business. No household is complete without a bot I tie of the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It is a pure and wholesome stimulant rec ommended by all physicians. Don't ne glect uua necessity. The original manuscript copy of America's national bymn, "My Coun try, r is oi Thee," written in 1833 by Samuel Francis Smith, is now in the famous Vatican library in Rome. A t one time it was owned by David Pell Secar, of Bridgeport, Conn., having oeen persentea to mm by the anthor. lbs Kev. Dr.. Maber, while visiting inr. secar a lew years ago, saw it and suggested that it be sent to the Vatican library.' '- ' -. , ftTt Fermmenttjrcorte. ffoftuor aarvowmee i - - ,T B"u r of Dr. Kline' urea JorrelWorer. anl lor FBfeS et.oo trill r.'...iil trw,tM. DSL 1J. liime x.a US. Women eat so little and so irrega iiuiy mat n is a wonder it nas never occurred to Uncle Sam that they would make good soldiers. - THEY WANT TO TELL These Grateful Women Woo Have Been Helped by Mrs. Pinkham. Women who have suffered severely and been relieved of their ills by Mrs. Pinkbam's advice and medicine are - constantly urging publication of their statements for the benefit of other wo- . men. Here are two such letters: Mrs. Lizzie Beveblt, 358 Merrimao 6t, Lowell, Mass., writes: " It affords me great pleasure to tell all suffering women of the benefit I have received from taking Lydla E. Pin It ham's VegetableCompound. I can hard ly fiodwordstoexpresamy gratitude for what she has done for me. My trouble was ulceration of the womb. I wss un der the doctor's car. Upon examina tion be found fifteen very large ulcers, but he failed to do me good. I took sev eral bottleaof Lydla E. Plnkham's Vege table Compound, alao used the Sanative Vua, and am cured. Mrs. Plnkham's medicine saved my life, and I would recommend It to all suffering women." Mrs. Amos Tbomblsat, Ellenburgh Ctr.. N. Y- writes! " I took cold at the time my baby was bora, causing me to have milk legs, and was sick in bed for eight weeks. Doctors did ma BO good. I sursly thought I would die. I was al so troubled with falling of the womb. I could not eat, bad faint spells aa often as ten times a day. One day a lady came to see me and told me of the biucfit aha had derived from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's medicine, and ad vised me to try it. 1 did so, and had taken only half a bottle before I waa able to sit in a chair. After taking three bottles I could do my own work, I am now in perfect health." OM'T v i 1 PI IIII. n , jH fVair Aisa t,ua i.L 'm mul ffniK'i) :-i-ni In their own lown ' ti.u f tn Shi a rtny etiy. Something " ! '. esporlem'tf Bend t i , i...-i 1 sikI jn, IvrtUiid, Or. NEWSOFTHE Gold Bearing Rock Crushed on That of Any Mining- District ington Lead in the r reduction The Greatest Minos In the World. More gold-bearing rock is being crushed on Douglas island, Alaska, than in an equal area in any other country in the world. The Treadwell and allied companies now have 880 stamps sot np 540 on the Treadwell, 130 on tho Mexican, 100 on the Onion and 130 on the Ready Bulllno and the engineers will soon tnrn over the mills to the companies as completed. Those mills will easily orush 3,600 tons of Ore a day. I do dot believe there Is any place in the World, South Africa, Australia, or any where else, where so much rock is be ing crashed on so small a space of ground. The Treadwell now has 8, 000,000 tons ot ore in sight The Ready Bullion promises to equal the Treadwell in the amount ot Ha produc tion. All the dirt has been sluiced off it and it has been traced for 800 feet along the beach and 600 to 700 feet long the hilL It is from 80 to 100 feet wide on the surface, and la in the contact between greenstone and elate, as are all the Douglass , island ledges. the ore being of the same character as the Treadwell. The shaft is down 660 feet under Gastineau channel and the ledge has there widened out to over 100 feet and carries from 113 to $14 in gold throughout. The Ebner is erecting a new 20 stamp mill in the gulch leading np to Silver Bow basin, and Is about to start a tonnel from that level which will tap its ledge at great depth. Further np the same gulch the Alaska-Jnnean Company has 80 stamps at work on the ore from a great open qnarry of slate full of veins of quarts carylng free gold. They simply quarry ont the whole mass, sow out the quarts and send it to the mill and throw the slate over the dump. Berners bay is keeping np its repn tation. the Ophlr, Northern Belle, Bald Eagle and Seward all having their mills In operation. Judge Mel len, who represents an Indiana Com pany, and who successful ly opened np the Jualin, is now developing the Ivanhoe, over the ridge between the Jualin and the Comet, and baa about completed a 30-stamp mill. The Jualin has turned out tlO.000 or $13,000 a month since it started. Milo Kelly has some very good claims in the Bern' era bay district, showing free-milling ore, and is working them. Montana creek, which runs into Linn canal be tween Berners bay and Junean, is com ing to the Iront. The placers were worked in the early days, and now the Early Is working in very rich ore and running a five-stamp mill. The first clean-up waa very satisfactory. The Boston & Alaska Company is sinking a shaft on the ranters bay mine. Wool Clip of the Coantrr. The annual estimate of the wool clip of the United States for 1898 made by Secretary North of the National Asso ciation ot Wool Manufacturers, and which is to be published in its No vember bulletin, shows the smount to have been 266,720,684 pounds, against 339.158,251 pounds in 1807. Oregon shows, according to the eta tistlcs, nhe largest yield, 31,291,887 pounds of wsahed and unwashed wool and, next to Washington, shows the largest per cent in shrinkage in scour ing, or 71 per cent Montana follows, with 20,936,106 poondi and 63 peroent shrinkage; 'Cal ifornia, lo.vaa.iWB pounds and 88 per rxent shrinkage; Texas, 16,880,443 pounds and 70 per cent; Wyoming, 18,636,704 pounds; New Mexico, 12.- 838,420: Ohio, 13.114,968 pounds Colorado, 9,968,869; and Michigan, 8,866,133 pounds. The amount of pulled wool is estimated at 22,116,871 pounds, making a total of 306,720,684 pounds washed or unwashed, or 111. 661,681 pounds of scon red wool. The ggregrate elip of the six New England states is about 1,745,026 pounds of scoured wool of which Massachusetts furnishes 138,860 pounds. Foot, Oil" Horse. Running about the street of Ekagway re t number of poor, old, stray horses, that have been worked until their baoks and shoulders were sore, then turned loose to starve. The more bo mane of the citizens, however, have taken np the matter with a view to falsing subscriptions to secure feed and car for the horses. A petition has al ready been started, and it is likely the friend of man will no longer suffer. Thrashing- I Over. Threshing may now be considered over for this year, In-all parts of the Inland Empire, the last of the machines having "bang on" for the season in the vicinity of Oakesdaleand Farming ton, Wash. The crop was good every where. raaalBf Work of the Tamhlll Lock. The contractors bave finished the in shore wall of the Yamhill locks, and work htt began on the outer wall. wort is being pushed as rapidly as possible, in order to have it completed before severe winter weather sets in. ueeassful Clans Cannery. About a year ago the Lomand clam cannery was started at Ahaoortes, Wash., and the product IS now finding ready market among the iobbina houses. Seventy cases was the output for the lost week in October.. Watarwdrhs Extension. Bids have been opened by the city council of New Whatcom, Wash., for extending the city water mains a dis tance of 8,600 feet. The extension will be of 24-lnoh wooden stave pipe. Mow Kleins; town Orowlngv The town of Keller is growing fast, and now boasts of restaurant, two lodging-houses, three general stores, feed stable, butcher And blacksmith shop. Forty cabins are in process of construction. The mines in the vicin ity produce copper, silver and lead. Bank Dividend. The comptroller of the currency has declared second dividend ot 10 per cent In favor of the Creditors of the Ta C'Wa NHirial bank, making in all 20 PACIFIC COAST Douelu LI And, Alaska. Eoual in ike World Oregon and Wash of WooL Cutting; Tlmbor on rhlla Xads. The attention ot those engaged in mining is called to the following pro visions of the law pertaining to the cut ting ot timber on publlo lands: "No persons ahall be permitted to foil or re move any growing tree of anv kind whatsoever less than eight inches diameter. This will not be regarded as applicable to black or 'lodge pine growing in separate bunches along min era! lands. Persons felling or removing timber from publlo mineral lands of the United States must otilize all ot each tree oat that can profitably be used, and must out and remove the top and brush and dispose of the same in such manner as to prevent the spread ot forest fires." The penalty for such vlo latlon is in a sum not exceeding $500, or Imprisonment not exceeding 60 days, ot both. . ' November Shipping;. R. P. Rithet & Co. have the follow Ing to say regarding shippinsg business in their monthly circular for November, ' The past three weeks have brought abont a very decided change for the better in grain freights, although there has been comparatively nothing doing from San Francisco. The bulk of the season's shipments will undoubtedly be made from Oregon, and It appears likely that Washington will come next, the yield of California grain being small in consequence of the drought. the increased activity has tended to harden 5 freights, but on the whole changes during the month bave been unimportant and the demand scarcely as great as previously. Wew California Iadastry. Bakersfleld is not distinguished aa being the only place In America where roller's earth is reduced from the raw material to a merchantable article An unlimited deposit was found on Poso creek and a mill for grinding and Dotting the earth has been erected and is now running. The process of red no tion consists of running the lamps of clay, the sise of hickory nuts, through the bopper and bolter, which torn it oat in the form of fine flour. The man ufacture of this earth on the coast will result in a great saving to the cloth mills. New Steamer Lin an th Facte. Direct communication between South American markets and San Francisco ill soon be established by one of the largest French steamship companies, The Chargeura Reanls will start i monthly service next March between San Francisco and Liverpool, which will make stoppages at Masatlan, Aca- pulco. Guayaquil, Callao, Peru; Val paraiso, Chile, Monteviedo, Uruguay ; Santos, Brazil; Liverpool, Havre and possibly a Belgian port. The com win v has been organized and operated since 1873, and Is now having constructed three 6,000-tons additional steamers for the aPcino trade. Millers' War on the Bonnd. The grocers in Seattle and Taooma are making a run on flour, taking ad vantage ot the rivalry between Tacoma and Seattle mill men. The conditions are peculiar. The Washington wheat grower wants 60-cent wheat, while the miner Is only getting $3.40 for his ground product. To grind wheat that costs 60 cents, add the freight, and then sell It at $3.40 means somethins or a loss. Another Baat-Sagar Project. A party owning 12,000 acres of salt- able land for snsar-beet raisins near Idaho rails, Idaho, has returned to that plaoe from a visit to the beet sugar lactones in the United States and Ger many. The soil and climate being suited to the cultivation of beets. Chi cago capital thinks favorably of estab lishing a sugar factory at Idaho Falls. Good Market for Potato. The yield of potatoes In the Spokane country this year was less than half the amount of last fall, owing to the hot weather experienced last summer. The price there is from 86 to 90 oents. wnne on ine coast potatoes are sell ing at 65 oents. The Oregon cron is said to be good this year and the price Is expected to to reaoh $1.60 bv next pring. Woolen Mill Improvement. It is stated that a larse manufactur ing establishment for making wearing apparel will be added to The Dalles, Or., Woolen Mill Company's plant. A new iron and brick picking-room is be ing built, and a scheme for electrlo lighting is being planned. - New Broom Factory StarUid. Another faotory has been added to the smokestack town ot Everett, Wash. The first lot of brooms were turned eat last Week from the Everett broom fac tory, owned by Fiederlck Hallin. The brooms are meeting with great favor with the retailers. The market for horses and mates Is again on the rise. A California bnyer Was In Morrow ooonty recently look In a tor araugnc animals, and offering good prices for such as salted hint. Blue groase are reported as becoming very scarce in the mountains, one theorist explaining the fact as the out come of the introduction of the thous ands of sheep Into the breeding grounds of the birds. The sheep are said to trample opon the eggs and young birds. f Congressman Thomas H. Tonnrne will have the appointment of a cadet to the West Point militatv academy next spring, and announces that examine- ions will be bad at Vancouver barracks the first Monday ot March.. The new all-Amerlcan route into the Klondike, by Cook's inlet and Cop per river Is attracting considerable at tention. It is believed it will be the popular route into the Yukon next pring. More will be learned abont It when the government survey parties make their report. Without reference to the date of location, application for United States patent to mining claim may be mad whenever the applicant can file with the register of the land office the ccr Mflaate of United States surveyor thut PACIFIC COAST TRADE, Seattl Market. Tomatoes, 6085o per box. Cueuuibers, 1015opei doa. Onions, 8590o por 100 pounds. Potatoes, $1013. , Boots, per sack, $00o. Turnips, per sack, CO (3 05c Carrots, per sack, 60c Parsnips, per sack, $1. Beans, green, 2 3c, Green corn, $1.26 1.60 por saok. Cauliflower, 76o per doa. Celery, 40 (3 60c Cabbage, native and Onlliotnis 1.000 1.85 per 100 pounds. Apples, 60c (3H5c per box. Pears, 75c(g$l por box. Prunes, 60c per box. Peaches, 750. ' Plums, 60c. Butter Creamory, 87o per pound; dairy and ranch, 18 20c per pound. Eggs, 80c Cheese Native, 1313c. Poultry Old hens, 15o per pound; spring chickens, 16ct turkeys, lOo. Fresh meats Choice dressed beef steers, prime, 6,7c; oows, prime, 6Kc; mutton. ?)o; pork, ?($8o; veal. 7(3 bo. . ,' Wheat Feed wheat. $31. Oats Choice, per ton, $33(939. Hay Puget Sound mixed, $9,600 10; choloe Eastern Washington tim othy, $13. Corn Whole, $28.60; cracked, $24; feed meal, $33.60. , Barley Rolled or ground, per ton, $2425; whole, $32. Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.60; straights, $3.35; California brrnda. $3.25; back wheat flour, $3.76; graham, per barrel, $3.70; whole wheat floor. $3.75; rye floor, $4. Millstuffs Bran, per ton, $14) shorts, per ton, $16. reed Chopped reed, 117 J 1 per ton; middlings, per ton, $17; oil cake meal, per ton, $85. Parti and Markat. Wheat Walla Walla. 69&00 Val ley and Bluestem, 63o per bushel. Flour Beet grades, $3.45; graham, $3; superfine, $2.25 per barrel. Oats Choice white, 89 40c; choice gray, 873380 per bushel. Barley Feed barley. $21033; brew Ing, $23 per ton. Millstoffs-Bran, $15.60 per ton; mid dlings, $31; shorts, $16; chop, $15.50 per ton. flay Timothy, $89; clover. $7 8; Oregon wild bay, $8 per ton. Butter Fancy creamery, 45(8 50c; seconds, 40O45o; dairy. 850400 store. 150 300. Cheese Oregon foil cream, 11012c; Young America, 13o; new cheese, 10c per pound. Poultry Chickens, mixed, $308.60 per dozen; hens, $3.50 1.60; springs, $1.86 0 3; geese, $3.0006-00 for old. 4. 60 5 for young; docks, $4,000 8.00 per dozen; turkeys, live. 13W 12 He per pound. Potatoes 60 0 60c per sack; sweets. 8c per pound. Vegetables Beets, 90c; turnips, 75c per bbck; garno, 70 per pound; cab bage, $101.35 per 100 pounds; cauli flower, 75o per dozen; parsnips, 76c per sack; beans, 8c per pound; celery. 70 0 76c per dozen; cucumbers, 60c per box; peas, BO smc per pound. Onions Oregon, 75cO$l per sack. Hops 10O17c; 1897 crop, 408o. Wool Valley, lOOMo per pound; Eastern Oregon, 8012c; mohair. 260 per pound. . Mutton-Gross, best sheep, wethers and ewes, 8 Mo; dressed mutton, 7c; spring lambs, 7 c per lb. Hogs Gross, choice heavy. $4.76; right and feeders, $3.00 0 4.00; dressed. 5. 50 6. 60 per 100 pounds. Beef Gross, top steers, 8. 60 O $3.75; cows, $2. 60 8. 00; dressed beef, 584C per ponnd. Veal Large, 6X0 60; smalL 6XO 7fic per ponnd. , aa Traaclsea Market. Wool Spring Nevada, 10014c pet pound; Oregon, Eastern, 1012o; Val ley, 15017c; Northern, 9011c Millstuffs Middlings, $19031.00: bran, f 15.600 16.50 per ton. Onions Yellow. 80045c per sack. Butter Fancy creamery. S4o: do seconds, 23c23; fancy dairy, 31 0 22c; do seconds. 20024c per poand. fcggs Store, 18 0 82c; fancy ranch. U4Z0. Citrus Fruit Oranges, Valencia. $3 O8.60; Mexican limes, $S6.60; Calf. fornla lemons, $3,000-800; do oholoe- $3.50 0 4.50; per box. " Cyrano oa th Cnrb. Cyrano has reached the street fakirs. says the New York Sun. The latest curbstone attraction upon an uptown side street is a man selling a false face with an enormous inflatable nose. which collapses and then reinflates but itogether in a style strictly Cyranose- que. Another novelty among the vend ers is a manikin labeled "The Robber Neck," and justly, for that section ot anatomy between his chin and should- ereconistsof a piece of tiny rubber pipe, which, under air pressure from bulb In the back, jumps back and for ward in the true rubber-neck fashion. James T. Buchanan, a Pittsbnra? lawyer, was charged more for a beet- steak in a restaurant than the price put down in the bill of fare. He refused to pay for it, had a row, was arrested, locked np and held over night. He brought suit and was awarded $4,000 damages. , It is understood that assurances bay's been given the administration by the German government that the visit of Emperor William,- of Germany, to Spain, Is entirely devoid of official character or significance; that the offi cial trip of the Imperial party ended wben they left Palestine, and that the proposed stop at Cadiz and Cartagena is merely a health precaution in behalf oi the empiess, as the sea trip would be long and arduous if unbroken by these stops ai me epanisn ports. r . . .dud sMizsimmons minks no is a sorely abased man. He wants $60,000 to poultice his feelings and banish pain causeq oy toe rei.iKai oi a ew York hotel man to givohim accommodations. A New York woman learned, in two seconds what her husband has boon trying to teach lier for five years, viz., that it is unsafe to wear a watch opon ber breast when she goes down town shopping. Now the husband Is so glad that he publishes a card thanking the thief for vfndfcnHnii? hh s'rtlnn nd URGED TO GIVE IT UP. Madrid rra Calls oa th Oovarauint to Vlld. Madrid, Nov. 10. Almost all th papers deprecate the dlllatory proceed ings at Paris, expressing their belief that the United States will decline ar bitration, and urging the government to yield quickly, since it is impossible for Spain to renew1 the struggle or to expect European assistance, and, fur thermore, because It would be better to cense wasting money and to concentrate attention upon Spain's domestic affairs and the lestoration of her finances. pain' Attitude. : Paris, Nov. 19. At the dully ses sion ot the American peace commis sioners, the Spanish memorandum pre sented at yoetcrdny's joint session (was np for consideration. No unofficial person knows the contents ot the docu ment, but it is sate to assume that, added to her Insistence on the roserva tion ot her Philippine sovereignty and her proposition to arbitrate the con structlon of the third article of the pro tocol, Spain has made two Other iui porta nt statements. First, that on the high ground of financial probity she oannot allow any discussion bore of the validity of liar action in pledging the resources of the Philippines for payment ot the Philip pine debt. Second, that in connection with the Aineilcao proposal to reimburse Spain ror her paoiilo expenditures In the Philippines, she cannot admit of any inquiry as to how she spent the pro ceeds of the loans based on Philippine pledges. If Spain has assumed this attitude. and it is believed she has done so, she practically compels the American 00m mlssioners to consider at least the en tire Philippine dobt and its assump tion by the United Statea It Is difficult to understand how the Americans can teply to this in any other manner than by outlining their position and giving the Spanish a time limit In which to accept the proposi tions ot the United Statea DISARMING THE CUBANS. Garal Pares Doing Ood Work at Ouantanemo. Santiago de Cuba, Nov. 19. General Leonard Wood has instructed General Ewers, who is in command of the bri gade of negro regiments at San Luis, where the drunken affray occurred Monday night to move the camp five miles oat from the town. It Is prob able that one of the regiments will be sent to an island near the entrance oi Santiago harbor, where there are no inhabitants., The United BUtes transport Port Victor, Captain Briokley, re porta that while passing neat San Salvador island (Watlihga Island) he saw a large ship, Dottom upward, which he almost ran into. Owing to the darkness he could not discover Whether she was a sailing vessel or a steamer. At Guantanamo, General Pores, the mayor, now seems to be making an earnest effort to disband his former Cuban troops. Yesterday one man re fused to lay down his arms and drew his weapon on a Cuban officer, who promptly killed him In self defense. The inoident has had a good moral effect, and the others of Peres' former command are now voluntarily relin quishing their arms, preparatory to disbandment. SEIZED SPANISH GUNS. Strang Aetloa at th Captain of th Steam Glacier. Santiago, Nov. 19. Colonol Ray. the American commander at Guanta namo, reports from that place be heard the United States government ship Giaciei bad landed a number of men at Port Cuya del Toro, and had taken possession of the two finest bronze can non there. It was added that the men on the Glacier had also accidentally blown up the arsenal. Ray went to Caimanara to investigate. Captain Norman, of the Glacier, admitted tak ing the guns, and said he took them for the secretary of the navy. The oaptain refused to furnish any other information on the subject and conse quently It Is not known whether he acted under orders from the secretary 61 the navy or Is merely making the secretary a private present A corpoiai of the Third regiment of immunes at Guantanamo', who was de tailed to assist in the free ration dis tribution, nas been discovered In co operation with some merchants of the town who have been swindling the gov eminent Large supplies are missed. valued at $1000. the corporal and three merohants are under arrest. DREYFUS MAY GO TO PARIS. Borl Authorised to S Pleqnarl la Prlsoa. Paris, Nov. 19. It was announced today that M. La Borle. counsel for Colonel Picquart, who is now confined in the military prison of ChercheMidi, has received authorization to confor this afternoon with hls'ollent. In legal circles the belief is expressed that the court of cassation will shortly oroor the return of Dreyfus from his prison on Devil's island, off tbe coast of French Guiana, on the ground that It Is Impossible to carry on the exam matton of tbe prisoner by csble, In vlow of the cost of such a proceeding, as wen as the unnecessary delay. Merrlmae Uero Banqueted. Des Moines, la., Nov. 19. The Grant club, of this city, banqueted Os borne W. Deignan, of the Merrlmae crew, this evening. He left Stuart on bis return to the Resolute, at Brook Iyn, today. When he arrived here at 6 o clock this evening he was hurried through the crowd to the clubhouse, where a public reception was held. Col onel E. G. Pratt, president of the olub, introducing him. Deignan left at 9:86 P. M. on tbe Rock Island, an Immense crowd following him to tbe depot Arahblehop Gross Burlad. Baltimore,. Md., Nov. 19. Tho fu neral of Archbishop Gross, who dlotl at St. Joseph's hospital Monday morn ing, took place this morning. The remains, which had been' lying in state at St. James church, Eager and Aisqulth streets, since Tuesday, were taken to the cathedral, where tbe fu neral services were held. A number of bishops and priests prominent In the ohurch, as well as many prominent laymen, wore present. Imparlaae of Drudgery. Drudgery is easeutial in all good work. Some drudgery must precede high effort and attainment In any and every sphere. Mixing colon is the drudgery in the greatest artist's paint ing, as surely ns in that ot the young beginner In bis profession. He who is not willing to do the needful drudgery in the work he undertakes will never be a success in any high realm of his aspirations. No man who is not ready Ihst to trend the lower rounds of a lad der oa 11 ever hope to stand by and by at the top. 8. a Time , Confession of Millionaire. A millionaire confessed the secret of his success in two words hard work, lie put in the best part of his life gaining dollars and losing health, and now h was putting in the other half spending dnilnrs to get it back. Nothing equals Hosteller's Stomach llltter for restoring health. It gets at the starting point th stomach and cures dyspepsia and indigestion. Rood pens split at the end like quill pens, have been found In Egyptian tombs, dating probably 8,600 years be fore Christ To Cur a Cold la On Day Take Laxative Itromo Quinine Tablets. All druRglsta refund money if it falls to cure, , iifto. ' If woman cntolios oold wearing thin dress to reception hot htiBband escapes public censure, but it she oatchea it hanging out clothes all but bis dearest frionda stopspoaking to him. Stands ny la Need. Every living thing has pains and aohes sometimes, and tbo aches and pains ot humankind have 0 friend In St. Jacobs Oil, which stands by In nood to core and restore When girl goes aronnd horn town 1. . .1.1 . ,0 ww wv.,B ouia.oai or now aiu.i 01 panonse nour ai a grocery store she im Mlljul m -'.I A . 1 1 TM - 1 ,0 v-mvu m uvuiviiniraiur. til worn is so good that Atchison girls are nsing it Instead ot the word "cooking." Atchison girls no longer cook potatoes they "demonstrate" them. They also give demonstrations In dishwashing. Brooklyn Hotel. 2u-2i2 liush it r.t Amertcau or European plan. Itoom and board 11.00 to 11.60 per day ; rooms 60onU to f 1.00 per day; tingle uieals 26 cents, Pre coach. Chat. Montgomery. Ata Ills Dinner la a Graveyard. Asa Brooklyn Filth avenue trolly car stopped the ptbor day at the sta tion adjoining Greenwood cemetery an old man In the rear ot tbe car startled the other passengeis by exclaiming in tones loud enough to be plainly heard: in me mdat ot life we are in death I" Following the direction of the old man's eyes, th other passengers saw a cometery employe seated on a low white stone at the head ot a newly made grave. A tin dinner pail was firmly held between his knees and from It he was eating his noonday meal. Near bin playing In the grass was a little girl, piobably the man's daughter. N. X. eon. If Vou want the best wind mill, nnmna. .... l; i '.i r "", F'uw"i wagons, ueua or ail uses hftilere. anirltiM n,Mi,.Ml ..at.l....i or write JOHN 1'OoLE, foot of Morrison sueet, i'orttand. uregon. it is an inexplicable root that men buried In an avalanche of snow hear distinctly every word uttered by those who are seeking for them, while their most strenuous shouts fail to penotrate even a fow feet of tbe snow. Two bottles of Plso's Can for Onnsnmn. tion mired me of a hail lung trouble. Mrs. J. Nichols, Princeton, ind., March 20. 18U6. Teias nas neen invaded oy an army of strange bugs, which are described as angular-shaped oreatnres, in form Something like the body of a patent i.moothlng iron, with bushy tail or moose colored hair bristles extending from every part oi the body," Evl dently tbe W. O. T. U. in Texas Is ne glecting Its work. It will repay yon now to watch bow tbe word "protocol" will be over worked from not on In all the ordln ary anatrs oi lire, we will bave pro tocols in family rows, in neighborhood rows snd In politics. Exports of cottonseed producii for the flist five months of Ibis year far exceed thou-, of the 13 months of 1896. A Fronch doctor has Invented an electrlo holmut, Inside of which Is a small motor that vibrates strips of steel, the motor making 600 turns per minute. This whizslng Is supposed to cure nervous headache and put the sufferer to sleep. i i a HOW'S Hf8f W offer On Bnndrnd Dollars Reward lor any ease ol Catarrh that ean not be on red by Hall's Catarrh Cora. F. 1. VHF-NET CO., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known P.J. Cheney for the past IS veers, and believe blm perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin ancially able to oarry out aoy obligations nuwl by their arm. , Wvrr ATstriX, Wbolenal Iirtisglsts, Toledo, O. WALDINO, klNHAM A Misvin, '." ""' WlmlealDrHireUits, Toledo. O. nail's Catarrh Cure It taken Intornally.aeilng directly on the blood and mnouus imrfanes ol the sytin. Price 7fle per boltl. Sold by all droKKlita. Testimonials Irae, Hall's family puis -.ro th best. ; , ye ....FLOUR MfLL MACHINERY.... Warthocsj Machinery, Chop Mills, Water Wheels. Supplies ot all Kinds. We mrry In stoek a large supply of th above conveyers, both rlithl snd left, which ws will at greatly rndiieed prices. Also all sites ol elevator buckets snd bolts. Write for pricv-liat and discount. W illamet Iron Works Front and Everett ta. YOUR LIVER IS Moore's Ttevaaled rtemedy wllldoll. Three dote will task you leet better. Oct It from yoor druggist or any wholesale drug houst, or -ora Stewart A llolmes Drug Co, Seattl. TEETH WITHOUT PLATES ftonfe fVnwned, -I Sliida, boa'l Mind th Waath. There Is one thing that doss not mind the weather, and that Is rheiima tlauai and one thing that docs not mind rheumatism is St Jacobs OH ns . It goes to woik upon it amtaurss right off. Character Prom Sorrow. Over and over again tho old trnth comes back to ns, that no man Is good for much till he bus suffered a great sorrow. The baptism of pnin Is one of the Instrumentalities which God ones tor purging away the dross of our na tures mid making us (It to be purtakors ot the inheiitnneo of the saints In light. Not those who hnvo escaped the flury trial, but those who have gone through it and come ont unhurt aid glorified, are to be snvlnd. God knows what is best for us. Therefore lie sands first one affliction and then another open ui Sometimes, because He ices it to be necessary, Hq lifts the very floodgate, and allows wave after wave ot mis fortune to sweep over us. If we have the right stuff In us, we shall be helped and not harmed by these seem ing calamities. Christian Advocate., ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Porta Rlcans demonstrate their patriotism by shouting tor freedom and feeding themselves. At the Storril ; palace in Rome, Italy, there Is a book made of marble, the leaves being of marvelous thinness, Bangor manufacturers are sending canoes ot birch and canvas to Pales tine, Japan, India and China. SI Ivor chloride, as regards its silver value, coriesponds to an alloy of 76 per eent of silver and 86 per cent of copper. It Is great misfortune for Spain that tbo war has not brought on a new - . t ot merj lQ lhe ff0n t0 pU , liar politics " And now lhe impetuous yonng Gor man emperor has become a 6 reman. At last he has a wide open oppoitunity to extinguish himself. Japan had a colder spring than at any time In eighty years. In the mid- i e oi May there was snow at Mkko snd near Tokio. ,fc .,,, , . 11 ,b Mrlh WM6 not Mwnpw Uh aiuiospiiere, me temperature on tns aurtace would be about 880 degrees be low sero Fahrenheit. In building nests birds usually avoid the use ot bright colored materials, which would add to the chances of tbe enemy in locating them,' In 1897 Sooth Africa Imported $1,487,684 worth of bicycles. In the civilisation process the wheel seems to take preoedonae of the railway. - . THE nCOXOiCB OF SYRUP OF FIGS la doe not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the ears and skill with which It Is manufactured by aclcntlfio procesaea known to the Calipobria Fio Srnvp Co. only, and we wlnh to Impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Flga Is manufactured by the Cali 'omnia Fio Bvaup Cc only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties. The high atanding of the Cu Fohkia Fia SrKtrp Co. with the medi cal profession, and tbe sutlafectmn which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions ot families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of tbe excellence of lis remedy. It U far in advance of all other luxaUvea, aa it acta on the kidneys, liver and bowels Without irritating or weaken ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get ita beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company . CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FBAROISO), Dal " ' UfJBTaiAIr, - MKW TMa.f. ' VETERANS! If ysu mft4fthnm tftftrl ctitrr it r lor u . .In rm 22,1rV;4,l.,r Im fthlS.fl 1 AA SaMWSB- you are etilliled to an additional entry, which IS astlgnahle and aorth something, widows and minor nn.h.n. of i.n...n,i ...1. dlershsve same right. will buy It. Do not watt poiiB nnleu you mad an original tntry as stau-d shore. COLLINS, Helena, Montana. BASEBALL, FOOTBALL ATHLITIO SND eYMNaltUM SUPPLIEI. Send for Calaloous. WILL I FIXCK CO. $45 $43 $45 $45-343 1899 BICYCLES "Hest Wheals on Karth." WW Ideals ia.H0, HA, HO. fc,nt for eaUliut, Llvesgeiit wanted everywhere, PHKD T, MKHK1LL CYCLIC CO., PORTLAND, SPOKANE, TACOMA. Write for Prices PORTLAND, OR. CURE YOURSELF! lf nigal ror tuinntural dl,;lirK'n, In Sam niallone. irriuilinii or ulritmllmii IB ti il o tt S nioitihrNht,., AfnluM. and i.nt a-lfIi,. Scat or poituooti., lot by Oratnl.la, or writ In plain wranmr. m. or 1 hnttioe. sn liroulsr wiit on riuiwL' ! I K t -). I J OMWlUwl U t-s m u KH.t.f,. or 'llfntntt nimIl .elrsifHSlOHg'0l (in, V' IfllNOMStn.O.f f V 1,1,1. . Ma si ii I, - - ta c J. I. N. V. Ml, 4M'tlH.