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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1893
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Tl,c oi l yer i inun'T one
our resolution. fr
Tt,e liil.ii! Str hruiiKht fl 10, about a
,lir,l0 whaltbe engine tn.Kle of her U
The flat yluiu hoard ill meet next
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'will tl""n pro""'"? """uutu.
1 .nm. John Waiter and F. W. L.
gjiil?e "fllinif tit-keta today for the
1 M. 1 1
ball. They are going
There are thoee who wish there would
Line a gfiiuiue freeze and thus dipoe
the great quantity of soft mud on the '
1 I'.razilian rebels and government forces ,
iwh claim their opponents are nearly
whipped. Perhaps they are like the j
TV Ktuttz Co. will entertain the
.rtUml "nhlic this evening with "A
rVi.r.tiM Case," oening Cordrav's
'theater (' 1 season.
Chri-tnui i: rnoaed on Tygh Kidge
ihe ii'i e day, and yesterday there was
:i irche of snow there. The ground is
oveie.l all the wav to 8-Mile.
Mrs. M. A. I'aulson, a medical electri-
.iin. i Bive a iree urivaie mure lOi
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.Iies at the court house on Thursday
- 2 p. m. AH are cordially invited.
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I an Maloney s horse wue sold tod i
!.erire sale, to satisfy an execntu,u :
imght by I'rini i Xitschke. The;
.inahle animal brought only M.
Marriage. licenses have been granted
Henry IVterson and Katie WieWg,
ii n . Ayres am.1 Alnura Koot, and;
tU'T Winslow and Kflie K. Tlioinpson.
Thr InUruI Star was aold vexteriluv to 1
r. I., s. llantrngton ,n pursuance of a !
srit ot eitecutiou. taptain Kenned v, j
. designer and builder of the boat, ob- j
eed, but the claims ot the nnfortunate I
uner were not heeded. I
Met linnis It seems to n.e that there
( feuer marriuges than ever liefore. I
w inder what is the cause of it? j
mini ii young laaies wuuiu learn 10
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IMU IU lllf-ll ."..III r.l Hlt!. VM .....
wntil.ln't scratch a fellow's wrists
ere otild lie more marriages. Texas
n,. v 1. a w
'it a a i m v rr ii ui iivis 111 vrai j
'.-eriing from Fossil, w here he has lieen
ovM in proseciaing the case against
e cattle thieves there. The Italles
iironicle. Tartly correct. He prose
.f 1 purt of them and defended the
her part served God and Mamuion,
1 it were. Foesil Journal.
The ladies of the iood Intent Society
e going to a great deal of trouble in
epiirmg their New tears etitertain-
ent for Saturday evening, lec. Iloth.
iot chicken pie supper will lie served
from 5 till 8 p. m. for M) ceuts, includ
yga ticket to the entertainment. Sup-f-r
will also be served after the program
those who wish It.
j The grand masquerade ball to be given
it .Monday evening by Jackson Fn-
:ie Ui. wul lie the dancing event of
e season. The annual balls given by
-company have always lieen success
and are alwavs well attended. Jack-
In Hose Co. comprise many of the
I lest and beet citizens of the town, who
live been members of the com nan v ever
u e they were young men.
The public auction sale of the Frank
gt stuck will be resumed at 7 o'clock
is evening. J'.urgains at private sale
.'1 lie offered tomorrow and Friday and
i, Saturday during the entire day and
mug a public sale will tie held at
i' Ii it is hoped the stock will lie en-
lrl!? disjioeed of. The necessity of
lli.HiriK out, this stuck as rapidly as pfsi
i" is f ir;iiiir prices down so that every
fc.e is a bargain.
7 utirMliiy 11 Imlly
""'y "d " tl"' vant r rmim.
inn i,,r tin- a.,rt .if t..iii
vinnue 11. Inr mi n Irm kli w tide;
"nl'-h I. Iiiiib anil Hie ni are wide.
1 Illi.1 1 .1 in 111 tie- anikluK "lay
li.i- a I111111I mi tin- (llltlKltllllt WMV.
" lit w I ixlx ej.iue, nml tlie henvdiit sen,
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'i ..I Lit hmrt I. Ion., ni,. I wliil,
" lu. it tin- iiia-ht t..r Imr ..11. 1, ring Hiiui.
'".I.ll. Wearil.n-1 Ml.itlirr n( llllUe,
ii-il' nf KliHimi I am hen., I am tlune.
"ni lh. latlmin i.l tii. or Imr.
m lioliriu. ... iw........ ... ... 1 . It
I"' "U III Till'
wake nf Mara. In the ntn-ani
I -I'lr mm dn-am tuilnum
battle of the clouds waa one of the
I'ressive atmospheric features of the
' -eft. A. Snooks, a printer well known
The Dalles, is running paper in
Hh, the Coalville Chronicle.
Hood is erecting a large shed at i
fe rear Of .Ilia I. arn fmnCnu TI.1.J
' .. va. VI. JlllfU
r""t. for more stabl room for horses.
NIr- . ;. Hoerlng, who has been can
""ng for "Samantha Allen at the
"rid s Fair," reports a irood nmiiWnr
s forth, book, notwithstanding the
i A, ,t,'" game btitwcen the SUnforJi
pi I I tii
f ftlan flayed Monday at
-...it win uv roiiuum rates
on furet and a niiit r of people from
The Palli-t ml! go down.
l'rol. A. I-eli.iy will deliver n illut
trntive lecture on "A IVeniier lVoi.le
next Monday ni.-lit nt the court hou-e.
Thlt lecture will he free an.l in -poken of
very highly hy the pre.
ti t ii i
Tlie Jacanoti lloco comp.-iiiv have
: offeml lour W-autiful jiri.wi tothoee who !
! the njaineriidfl Uill Monday night.
Gentleman', lir.t prize if. a munificent , . ""J"""''" " c"py
.ilvcr .ter cooler. hund-omelv en. "'"-""t "Pon application at thi. office.
graved ,.,d .eeond prize a pearl handled ?" ""If""" "V be "' 7
pen. Ladies find pri9 1. a et o( cm ! ll0lln tatemen s follow, :
g!a rm, highly ornamented, and I I" "'"'" thii mlletln to the fruit
neccnd prize a .liver t.irkle cnMor. j ro"er? of J"0"' the lMn
tAte lxiird of hnrtien Inu ...null.
IhJring the Lop picking 1,-tK.n. large
ol neveral tnt.
went to the Yakima country
Iiops, and about the time they were to
receive their pay a drove of hoboed, tin
horn gamblert and all kinds of petty
rawali weni from the Kound and other
places to relieve the Indians of their
wages by selling them whisky, gam-
I .i ... -i. i.
.ui u,ch., ciu. n ir.ull
that 7 of them aere arrested and all
V. r...a I ..1 annanA 1 t.
Judge dilbert variously from ten days
to two vears.
Friday s Ially.
Tli"T talk itb. ut a uoimin a af.ht.'re
th nich il I. ."I a limit'
1 hcrv a not a l.liie . lu I'arth . ir htNvi.:i,
Then- in t a tk t iiuii.klud frueti,
Ther - -let a t.le.nine i.r a w.,
1 here a nl a w hi.rr. ye or lt..
1 here'a nut a lift', or lii'ulh, .r Inrtii.
That lian a leaf tin1 ai-irhl nf w.irlh.
ltb.lil a iit.iuan lu it.
Country roads are in a worse condi
tion than for years.
A marriage license has been granted
to Clem II. Kgbert and Miss Clara Allen.
The old engines of the electric light
j plant on the hill were shinped today to
t , . !
I A. Vttlual"e hor7. "''"S t. i
;ienjamiti broke his neck while being ;
' ... , Gunriin. & iIo,.klnftn's black-
. .L , ,
l-.ngine Co. will I a decided success.
ju(1(,;n. from the nalnh.r of ,icket. ,old.
A rm.a, tiniei a((lllred all who alten(K
Mr. Miller, the fatherof the loet child, j
vieite.1 Newark, Ohio, but found that!
trie ehlM detained tiv the ileterttcea nt '
I" ciiii.i oetained t.y me ueiecuves ai
tUt not hU dM Ahna
.Mr. it. t.. Moore ot lygti tinige is
leeding 2(X) beef cattle on damaged
a heat. The stock is thriving and Mr.
Moore is very well pleaded with the
There will lie the largest pigeon shoot
ing match on Monday, New Year's on
, , ... ...
the beach opposite the city ever had in
i iius section, j ue snoiing
! the morning at 10 o'clock.
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ill liegin in
be about 500 pigeons shot for. 2t
The closing out
sale of the Frank
Voct stock will liegin at 10
Uafn.iaw it.. ;n.i n ...t.i;..
auction and wi'.l be held throughout the
dav and evening, The largest part of J
the stock remains nnsold. and bargains !
are certain j
A. leKcy; D. I'., ho lectures here
Tusday evening on "A Peculiar Peo
ple," i3 a verv gifted orator, as many
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. .. . . . . ,, .,, .
It is a fre lecture and all will have a
iltic auui. nuu 11u.it urni u 111111 i. i-ii--.
! el 1 a n'i. In liuten in t.ini
I Owing to the long railway jump be-
tween Portland and Salt Lake city. Miss
1 Ilavenport is compelled to close her en
gagement with the performance tonight.
Hence the Saturday matinee will 1 can
celed, and tonight's performance w ill be
Tl.c iim..tinLnf flit tefielipra nsaiiriu- '
tion was concluded at Portland last
evening. Those in attendance from
Wasco county were Mrs. E. M. Wilson, chapman finds in the aged ex-president
Miss Mary Frazier, Mr. P. A. Snyder, I or)e 0f tiis ablest and most faithful co
Mr. Troy Shelley, Prof. (Jilbert nd j workerB resides having done some
Prof, (iavin. I .UPCesful work in university extension,
The president of the city board of I the president has succeeded in arranging
charities informs the Salem Ieiiiocrat a course of popular lectures, which is
that there are not to exceed twenty-five I one of the features that add so much to
destitute families in Sulem. It is matii- j an educational center. Among the rep
fest that the governor has made some ! resentative persons whom we find
mistake in his figures when he claims ; among these lectures are: l.ydell
that one-third of the people of Oregon j Baker of Portland, son of the famous
are destitute. I Col. Fid ward Uuker, Mrs. FI. M. Wilson
The darkness which pertains to Ninth j of The Dalles, Hon. L. I.. McArthur and
street is soon to be dissolved. An elec-' Judge Bellinger of Portland, and several
trie light will shine from tonight at the others from different parts of the state,
corner of Ninth and Pentland streets, I While the university of Oregon offers
and the be nighted pedestrian will have j such advantages to the young people of
more of a chance to discriminate as to ) the state, let those in such towns as
the relative softness of the mud which j Dufur and Hood Jliver, who have no
plasters that thoroughfare. academic school, turn their attention
' this wav, and a place will be given them.
About fifty little folks, children of the , Qi idam.
r.ptscopal church, tiad a royal goon tune i
yesterdny afternoon in the hall over Tiik
Chronicle office, being party given by i
the ladies of the church. They were
under the supervision of Mrs. Davis,
Miss Lang and others, wlfo directed the
games, ana were anoneu iur oner
make all the noise they wanted to.
They improved the opportunity and the
rosy cheeks and bright eyes of the little
ones attested to the pleasure they had
had in a way beet suited to their tastes.
Mr. Lionel Htagge, national bank ex-1
aiainer, has taken charge of the Oregon
National bank as receiver, and will on
Jan. 2, remove all the books and effects
of that institution to the Oregonian
building. Mr. Stagge will at once start
in to collect all accounts due the bank.
The principal depositor to the Oregon
National is the county, and the money jen, aj.mJ part of the Koscburg evapo
now due said bank must lie collected, as '-,. ;! I, shinned by him to
the receiver w ill have to pay as soon as
posMble tins nionev over to the count
oflicore. Commercial Keview. ,
l h On Keromniended by the
Hnarl nf Af rlrulture.
i A"li s-hnnno ha furninlied in
' Willetin No. 8 of the Oregon State
1 1"mn' ' Horticulture containing valna-
u'a detailed Information on all (ubiecti
nou n me mm-prower inouiil know. A
numbered theo houkt will shortlv lie
i be Bent to Tub Chronicle for distribu-
1 . l: .
I hope it wil, tWBken , inflrMt ,
matter- that hitherto haveWn nMl.tl
by many wno are engaged in fruit grow-
ing, and that it will cause those intend
Ing to engage in the business to make a
careful study of the subject before setting
out a tree. They feel that many mis-
takes Are I? in .? mailt and (Iia rpnlt will
j lie )anv faiInrp, . ftr,.h ,
. ne lh,., raus nir a. . tn
: creat protective froit imhl(itry in
j X(,e following formula for a
, spray is recomniendeil by the board and
: should tie applied now:
i I.ime, unslacked,
'Sulphur, powdered,.. . .
. 15 lbs.
Place 10 pounds of lime and 20 pounds
of sulphur in a boiler with 20 gallons of
water, and boil over a brisk fire for two
honrs, nntil the sulphur is thoroughly
dissolved. It will then be amber colored.
Next, place 20 pounds of liine in a cask
and pour water enough over it to thor-
i oncri iv a a.ir if i. i.a . li-i. .
... i... in, ucu
dissolved add to the lime and sulphur
and boil half an hour longer. Add
enough water to make 60 gallons. Apply
it. ' PP '
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON-
i Fall Trrm Juat I'loacd New Fea
tnrra of the Inatltntion.
1 t'lntv. rw oo icu
to thbCiibomclb- ' "'
The fall term of the University of Ore-
Pon ,.i08ed veHerdav. XotwitheUnding
- - -
j mosi successiul. the attendance fully
; equals that of last year at this time,
! Since Dr. Chapman arrived thecourses
of study have been thoroughly revised.
TliA artlain .miii. . . V : 1. V ,
I w. i.iua vi uiai iius pruveu
I snccessfnl in Kastern schools is in full
otieration. The effort to monid all
n.;,t. .i .1 i t
minds to precisely the same pattern has
been definitely abandoned, and a large
choice of eleetives is offered to those who
wish to take op specialties in engineer
ing, the languages, or any of the sciences.
The laboratory courses in both physics
and chemistry have been so extended as
1 " oiJir ' ,Ije vantage, needed by
tl,e lj"?U Bchw of Oregon,
The mnasium, also, which has so long
wn to l'ie (l'su''tory use u' l'ie elu"
dents, Las at last secured the competent
instructor, Mr. J. K. Wetherbee of
Salem. Now the Btudious atmosphere
I of the university will be happily supple-
.11 1 1 1.
uienteu uy puvsicai cuuure
. . , , ,
dormitory is now under full patronage
uy students, wno are moving in to secure
the reduced rates of $2.50 a week. The
j young men and women who come from
j ahioad are there put under the whole
I some discipline.
I I 'uring the past few months these and
' many other changes have been going on,
j which upon the arrival of the new presi-
i dent, met with obstacles unseen by the
! public. Prof. Johnson still retains the
cliair of ilin in the university, and Dr.
A Rather Flahjr Storjr.
Last week, while Jas. F'erren of Uriggs
' creek, Josephine county, was hunting,
! i.. Aw fatarteil a rtitiiar. which ran so
j him d,8,ik,ng to u,e the
I only charge his gun contained, he picked
op a stone and hurled it at tlie cougar as
j it was passing. The missile struck the
! animal on the head and stunned it for a
I time sufficient to allow him to cut its
' throat. This is all the more remarkable
fr0m the fact that Mr. Ferren is over
ighty years of age and a conger is a
pretty hard-headed animal.
S. A. Clarke, who is in the city today,
inf.irm. us that the entire Kiddle
t.rune env. W. C. Winston's of
A c f N Y k riM..
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The eutire amount will be alwut ten car-
oads, j:.0,000 pounds, and
have been already shipped from Kiddle.
Mr. Clarke says that this firm, which is
the largest commission house in the
United States, will contiol at least one
half of the entire Italian prune crop of the
northwest cmst, and they propoce to
push them to tiie top notch in the mar
ket. He is advancing about 1000 a
carload on the consignments, and be
lieves that the growers w ill realize from
seven to eight cents a pound. Koscburg
AN ILL-STARRED BOAT.
Captain Kennedy Claim Hie lloat II at
Nut Chanced wnerhlp.
Captain Kennedy claims that the sale
of the Inland Star will not hold. Asked
for his reason he said the boat did not
lelong to him, that lie had sold it to
Miss Marion Kennedy, bis daughter,
last summer for2.fi0. He said the deed
would not show at the county clerk's
office but the notice of the sale would
appear in the next shipping papers
w hich he receives every vear. He also
says that he proposes to sue Park &
Lacey, Portland, for $200 a month dam
ages since September, saying they tied
up his boat, and thus not giving him a
chance to earn the money he owed
Mr. Kennedy was asked if he did any
business with the boat when he was
running. "No," said he, "but we did
not give it a fair test. We should have
started out and returned at a given hour
every day, whether we had any freight
or not, and after a while the business
would have come. Instead of that we
went out almost any time. The boys
didn't like to get up in the morning and
I cc.nldn t run it alone. The first morn
ing we went out at quarter to 7, the next
morning it was half past 8, the next
quarter to nine, and the next half past
9. The nearest to an order we ever saw
was one day we stopped at Lyle, and a
fellow there asked us if we had that
freight from Mays & Crowe, which was
ordered by the Star. We said that was
the first we had heard of it, and that
was the nearest to any real business we
did with the Inland Star."
Mr. Kennedy said that the boat cost
nearly 3,000 and was very much dis
satisfied that it brought only 110. "If
it had sold for $1,000, I would have said
let it go," said he. "I was getting tired
of it anyway and the money would have
gone a long way towards paying some
debts I owe. Park & Lacey have no
more got their money than they had
before, and they have hindered other
creditors from getting theirs. Who is
the defrander?" asked the captain, with
that comical look of his, which is inimi
table. Mr. Kennedy thought the better
plan would have been to appoint a re
ceiver, so that the river traffic of the In
land Star would not have been stopped,
and thai is the way they do with other
public carriers, like the Union Pacific
The Oregonian thus reports Prof.
Gavin's talk on "Keetilts to tie Aimed
At in School Instruction and Discipline."
He said that the puriose to be aimed at
in school instruction is the combination
of the acquirement and culture of ideas
so far as they are capable of being com
bined which combination is the study
and presentation of any given branch in
its most orderly and logical manner. It
should lie the aim so to instruct that the
learner's enthusiasm will be aroused,
and that he will do for himself all that
he can do, and will look to the teacher
for guidance and help only when he has
reached the limit of his own powers,
it should be the aim of the class discus
sion to cause the student to see the sub
ject in the proper light and to correct
wrong ideas that he may formed. When
this is done, the drills, repetitions and
reviews should aim to fix permanently
in the mind w hat the student has pre
viously acquired. On the question of
discipline the sjieaker showed that it
may be necessary at times to allow dis
cipline in school to supersede the work
of instruction. These cases are excep
tional, and need the teacher's utmost
caution and good judgment.
I'uion Whist Club.
For real enjoyment and good cheer
the meetings of the Union Whist Club
certainly cannot be excelled. Kvery
meeting seems to lie more thoroughly
enjoyed than any previous, and it would
seem to those present last evening, when
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Wilson, that a better time could not lie
had. As soon as the usual number of
games were played the floor was cleared
and, accompanied by Mrs. J. T. Peters
and Mrs. J.fi. Fish at the piano, the
remaining hour was spent in dancing,
when the club came the conclusion that
from the manner in which one of their
members managed the different dances,
he mustlhave missed his calling, and
should have been a dancing master,
w here he could have managed the Hoor
Instead of the beuch.
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on
account of their mild action are especi
ally adapted for correcting spring disor
ders, such as impure blood, tired brain
and aching and worn out bod v. They
act promptly on the Liver and Kidneys;
drive out all impurities from the blood,
and malaria from the system. Onlr
one pill for a dose. Try them this
spring. Sold t Zi cts. a lox liy lilakeiy
it lf jiightoii, Druggists, The Dalles, Or.,
RECEIVED FATAL INJURIES.
John kin a; While llaulhie; Wheat Huu
ver by the Wagon.
John King received fatal injuries Sat
urday afternoon while hauling wheat
into liiggi by being run over by the
wagon. There were six horses attached
to the wagon, which were a little wild,
and while going dow n the grade ho lost
control of them and they started ruu
ning. becoming frightened he jumped
from the w agon on the up hill side, but
got tangled in the lines, and then the
brake block caught him throwing him
under the wheels. Both legs were
broken besides other injuries. When
the runaway team reached Biggs a num
ber of men hurried up the road in search
of the driver and found him at ti o'clock,
aliout an hour after the accident, still
conscious but very cold. He was con
veyed to Biggs and the following morn
ing was taken to his home in Moro.
Hut about the time he reached his home
he became unconscious and did not
rally. He died Monday morning about
5 o'clock. King's wife is very poorly,
being afllicted with consumption, and
liesides his wife two small children are
left. The family moved to Moro but a
short time ago from their farm near
Highland Grange Meeting.
Highland Grange, No. 2CC, met at
their hall iii regular session on the fourth
Saturday, and was called to order by
Worthy Master A. T. Bennette. There
being a quorum,' the usual order of
business was proceeded with.
Under the head of unfinished business
a committee was appointed to procure
a deed for the Iot our hall stands on,
which was done, and under the head of
new business a motion waa made and
carried to purchase an adjoining lot to
build sheds on and for other purposes,
etc. The money was promptly sub
scribed and the lot paid for. The com
mittee reported a second lot purchased
according to instructions and was dis
charged. The grange then proceeded to elect
officers for the ensuing year, which re
sulted as follows: A. T. Bennette, wor
thy master ; C. Fraley, worthy overseer ;
E. Ilensen, worthy lecturer: John
Marx, worthy chaplain ; M. McLeod,
worthy secretary; C. Green, worthy
treasurer; C. Butler, worthy steward;
A. Smith, worthy assistant steward;
John Rus9el, worthy gate keeper; Sister
Fraley, worthy Flora; Sister Marx,
worthy Pomona ; Sister Kenada, worthy
Ceres; Sister Butler, lady assistant.
After election remarks were made by
several brothers and sisters for the good
of the order. The meeting then ad
journed for dinner, which our worthy
sisters know how to serve and the broth
ers know how to enjoy.
A motion was unanimously carried to
send a copy of the proceedings to Tn?
Chi.nicle for publication, and then ad
journed .until the second Saturday in
Secretary pro tern.
M. E. Church Kntertalnment
Dj not forget the New Year's enter
tainment Saturday evening, Dec. 30th,
at the M. E. church. A good program
has lieen prepared. Supper will be
served from 5 till 8 p. m. in the base
ment for 50 cents, including ticket to
the entertainment. Supper will also be
served after the program to those wish
Hot Chicken Pie.
Janibon partager. (ielee.
Salade de veau.
Salade de pomme de terre.
Cafe a a lait The Chocolat.
Mr. H. A. Falk of Mit-hell came in
town this morning. Mr. Falk's brother
was killed by lightning last summer near
Prineville, as was his dog, while both
were under a tree waiting for the fury of
the storm to pass. The victim of the
storm king's wrath wore a gold watch,
the case of w hich was melted, and the
movement charged w ith electricity. The
watch was taken to Mr. W. E. Garretson,
of this city, by Mr. Falk, who is in town
today, in the hope that he might bu able
to fix it up, to be presented to their
father as a keepsake. This Mr. Garret
son dil, making the cr.se look us perfect
as before the lightning stroke, also de
magnetizing the works, which were so
thoroughly charged with electricity that
they would not move. The watch is in
all resiects as good as it formerly was,
and will be preserved by Mr. Falk as
long as he lives.
A Word to l.aillee.
Ladies who desire a beautiful clear
skin, free from pimples, lioils, blotches
and other eruptions, should commence
at once to use Dr. Ilium's Improve.)
Pills. They w ill also remove that heavy
look about your eyes and make them
bright, and will cure headache from
whatever cause it arises. Keinember
you are only required to take one tmnll
pill at lied time, which is ciuiled with
pure sugar and will not gripe or produce
any unpleasant sensation. Sale at 25
cents by Blakeley V Houghton. :(ru
Ziimr? tlio hills ;trnl
.. I i 'P..:.. I
aS&A 7 "i.'l proven"
of million -i.
H i m in o n n
ir- l.itor is th'!
can pin your
faith for a
etal)' 3, act
TT '77 inS directly
rt I C on the Liver
x tt to and Kid.
ncys. Try it.
Sold hy all
Druggist in Liquid, or in Powder
to bo taken dry or madointoa tea.
The King of Liver Medicine.
" 1 have lined your Simmons Liver Iteiru
Intor anil run conacienciouiily say It in the
kincof all liver incillt'lncH, 1 cuimider it a
nieilii'lnn chest tti Itself. Uko. W. Jack
son, Tucouia, WiiahlngUiu.
flu the Z 8 tump In red on wrapper.
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
TIIK IIALI.KS, OK
JMV Tat Btt r
i bn the ftww.f
i. At?.. kMiTinc
-. whit and healthy.
jM it rtnicrl".-. r ttt-nt by eiatl lor 60 l. A"Mre, n-
iwiiu A itulviU.itU, i'tv. Ak juut orugM tor a,
Pofk and Beef
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of BRAND
Dried Beef, Etc.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.,
Sua Francisco, Calif.
YOU SAI.K HY
PEASE & MAYS,
THE DALLKS, OKKtiON.
A. A. Brown,
Kei (nil aaaortment ol
1 1 mil
wlilrh h.nrtiTiat liw KlKinea.
SPEGIflh :-: PRICES
to Cash Buyers.
Hintest Cash Prices for Es and
170 SECOND STREET.
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