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Roifiilar meeting was held on Wertnea.
day evoninir, Cnuncilinen Itlttntir,
Caplug, Koeiicr, Gnult, Cooke and Mof
(utt ami Mayor Htruiulit were present.
Communication from hone team ssk
uiil (or 130 (or defraying expenH.es of
Bald team at annual tournament at
A(tor ii laid on tabl ji
Recorder reported one caHO ol dis
orderly conduct duri ng July. He re
ported 225 rccieved from license and,
T3!)7.84 from Uolit Kellanl for redemp
tion of Iota 5 and 0 of block 28, Bold for
improvements of Alain Btreet. Warrants
to amount of f .VJ'J,07 were drawn.
Finance committee reported $1030
iii I due for assesHnTjnlg on upper
8,'Venth HtreetH. .Matter left in com
mittee's IihikIh. -
Saloon Hcmme of TIioh. Campbell re'
Petition from Mrs. K. Fuclis uskini;
that the nhndu trees in front of her pio
porty on Seventh Btreet be allowed to
ttand when street is improved. Refer
red to committee on streets.
Communication from water com
niitwiun asking that city taken $2.j0 due
bill for lumber on II. K. Cross (taken
in exchantfo old four plunder pump) ns
part payment on inHtalliuent due city
from commission ; referred back.
Street committee recomraeded that
city decluroall alleys opened or vacated
und city orduted mime.
Ordinanco in regard to meat peddlers
read second time und punned.
Council ordered that room adjoining
council chamber be titled up for
engineer und city maps und papois.
Street superintentdeut ordered to
prevent sewers from running into the
creek that runs near the Singer mill.
Illl. 1. 8 AI.I.OWKI).
FTGrimth, attorney $13 00
1' Ilomeluiirm, meals 2 80
W A Huntley, paper for enuiuier. . 5 75
Jos Bohme, special police 2 00
Coummt. printing Id 2o
. P G K Do, lights 170 00
C C Bubcock, street work 127 15
II Straight, nails, etc 3 70
C N Greemiin, freiulit 475
T F Ryan, recorder 25 0q
T F Ryan, insurance 29 On
O h Iliirns, chief 00 00
K LShaw, police ; (JO 00
Jessie Cooke, 7di street assess
ment rebate 113 00
Silk umbrellas for one dollar at the
For the accommodation of his many
customers on the hill Mr. Albright has
p'tablished a branch meat market in the
Sliivdj Luiiduig on Seventh street,
where he keeps a full stock of all kinds
of fresh and Baited moats, hams, bacon,
lard, etc. No stale meat kept. Give
him a call.
has placed in his store, corner Seventh
and Center tits., in addition to his fine
line of onocKHius, Jiuv, kkkd, etc.,
a full stock of L1CAD, PAINTS, OILS
AND VARNISH, which he will sell as
low AS TIIK I.OWKHT.
rMiap mw uer ( use goiu (Hint;, e a pound, a
t limit 11,11111 ?fa. ,,,,,,1,
1 . 111 It w
1 nnni null! 1 rill ft .
10 lbs dry granulated sugar, $1.
A good Ode uncolored tea cut to 2"e.
(iood green tea, :10c ; tea dust, 2 lbs 25c.
Our gunpowder tea, (2 lbs Toe), excels the
houses. Try it
4 'a lbs green collee, l ; roast coffee, 20c up
coiiee t lor 4.1c.
0 lbs of sago or tapioca, 25c half usual price.
Rice, H lbs 25c ; best rice, 5c.
10 lbs rolled oats, gorinea or corn meal, 25c.
Assorted pio fruit Ho can J gallon cms 20c. Those goods an
worth 'tt more.
Dried apples, poms, primes, raisins 5c lb.
Sehopp's eocoanut (best) 25c pound.
.ow stock pure ground mustard, ginger,
. ; ... . '' r--i
iitmuu, it niiviMK i tw u ,111 Iter I fill.
:W lbs pure bird 25c, bring bucket ; bacon Sc.
Lemon or vanilla 5c or. bring bottle, save
Kven Change tobacco, Mtund2l,e.
Corn Cake smoking, pound and pipe 25c.
1 do, jelly glasses !15 ; warranted butcher knife 25c.
Pioneer baking powder, bcHt,40o pound.
Beehive baking powder. It is O K, pound 20c.
Cooking molasses 45c gal. Best syrup 45c gal, bring can.
12 hunches mutches for 25c.
.Mica uxle grease 10c, use ' us much only.
5 gal coal oil 05c bring can, gallon 20e. '
Blue steel wushpan 25c ; same 3 qt. coffee pot Ii5c; same
pie tins 2 for 25c.
Shorts tillc suck. Sulphur He pound.
3 lbs Sou roum washing powder 20o; this
Dust und made at home.
Lantern 35c; lantern glolie 10c.
Chimneys, small und medium 5c.
Shoe thread 7c, wax 2c, shoo nails liv for lb.
U'Uthor cement 15c, sole leather, half sole,etc.
Handled axes, geol $1 ; hammer 40c.
KimliH'ks 25c ; padlocks 5c up.
Bolts lc, 2c, 3c j bar lead f c pound .
Kull stock olPATTO.VS 1TKK PAINTS;
to .11 jst cent cheaHr than same grade elsewhere.
Best Isiiled oil 00e gallon, bring can.
WbiU lead, turpentine, putty, brushes, etc,
Scythes, rukes, forks, hoes, plaster, shingles, wheat, outs
Cut nu'ils 4'...c, wire nails, H's up, 5o.
10 CKN T BlM 1 PovorfLV U'liter. 1
strainer, double lull. basket, 1 whisk broom. 5 do clothe
pins, 1 scythe stom
J4 Hi stove iHibsh,
5 CENT BUYS: II teaspoons, t can
Unlet soup. 1 bar tar soai. 1 I tar tinnix
. 1: , , 1 . . , 1 .
iiin-iiiir, 10 snaving soup, 4 iz sowiui!
bring lnittle, ',, imiuiuI acsortoil tacks,
ijiiunir spice no close;.
m i .fURNISHING, ETC.
Men s and Isiy s hats ;o, I tie and up. .Many of our straw am
felt huts were bought so that we cun' soli at hall' price
Big variety and the lowest prices you over saw.
A lot of lioy's 50 and 7.V ovorslurts ciit to 25 and 3lV. Fin,
hirgesilk handken biofs 2V up. These are worth .itime
The Adam Forepaugh Sells Brothers
United Grand Parades
It has lieun philosophically assorted
that pooiile tlnnk tliroiiKii ttio eye
hounand imlrs of
down to a flood
ing ut Portland
which Ileum ho, many tl
eves will prove the w iin
.."( fiiiiinliiiii'iitiirv tliinkiiiir
on Thursday ami Friday August 20th and
21tB. for on the morning of that notudle
arenic day will be for the first time din
played lierealioutH the now united
parades of the Adam Forepaugh and
Sells Brother America's Greatest Hhows
Consolidated, either of which heretofore
has separately been rated as plenty big,
rare, and rich enough to more than
satisfy all public niiectacular require
ments. The two rolled into one vant
pageant may Im; counted uiMin to furnish
an eye feast of prodigious proportions
and striking and glowing sensations.
Conspicuous among these are Cleopatra's
great golden royal barge of stute, it veri
table revelation of ancient Kgyntiun
splendor; the two biggest herds of the
biggest elepliaiitn, the largest, costliest,
and most ornate bund chariot ever built,
hundred of the finest horses of the most
noted strains, a grand menagerie of rure
und savage wild beiists in ox'n and
preforming chariot dens, an Asiatic
caravan of giant camels and dromedaries,
a hundred siiM'rhly curved, gudod und
pictured chariots, cages, fairyland flouts,
and nursery rhyme revelations, an at
tendant host in radiant armor and royal
rohes, and an international jubilee of
many kinds of mimic. It is a free show,
where the printer's devil is as welcome
as the veneered dude, and the low ex
cursion rntes will ufford every one a
chance to see it.
ASK YCURSELJHIS QUESTION
It I ah uld die imiinlit, would there
be suflicieiit cash to pay my debts and
give my family as good support us I now
provide for them?
7no', how would my family in these
(jniet times live?
Of course its a serious ipieslioii, but
every husband und father should think
You can create an estate sufficient to
pay all debts and provide for the family
at an annual cost of about 2 per cent, of
the amount insured and it is ensh at
once after your death, by taking a
policy in the Massachusetts Mutual Life
Ins. Co. This Co. is 45 years old, guar
antee you against any loss of your
money, after one year, give yon annual
canh dividends to reduce yearly pay
ments, and will loan you money on your
policy at 0 per cent interest. They
write the safest policy and if you are
interested in the subject write me for
II. G. Col ton (ten. Agt..
Chamber of Commerce,
$175.00 IN GOLD GIVEN.
Intkhsational Nkwk and Book Co.,
F!timore, Md., are making a most
lilieral offer of $175.00 to uny agent who
will sell Oil copies in two months of their
new book. "Under Both Flags," or n
gold wutch for selling 4 1 copies in one
month. This premium is in addition to
commission. Graphic and thrilling ad
ventures of the Civil War. both sides.
Every word written by eye witnesses.
Stories of ramnfires.comrudeshin. deeds
dred of war pictures. One agent reports
25 copies sold in two days, another agent
42 in four days. Complete $1.00 outfit
sent for 50 cents in stamps. Write thorn
immediately. Freights iiaid and credit
given. This is a splendid opportunity
tor students and teachers during their
saving of 40 per ceiit.,Svoators, 2,ii'. iWe.
50c tons of other
I.aundriod white shirts,
'.logant nccKtios r.ic
assortment ot neckties ut less than Jsew orfc nricos.
Men's suspenders, 10c up.
Men's white handkerchiefs, 2 fur 00, worth 5c.
Waterproof or linen codnrs, 10c. (luffs, 20c.
tiood socks. 5c. Brownie overalls. !5c.
; Lion or Arbucklos
Childs' suits that will
v lot .hi, .,1 and 32 imnts, were ;l to 4; to close, $1.50.
A lot of Balliriiriran shirts, nice iroocls. at out.
Flannel undcrwrir, best, were $2 now $1.
Men's light weight caps lde; bicycle caps cut prices.
prices. riiiiL'iiiir irom
Men's white silk handkerchief worth 75c for
I , I I,
Hats have tumbled
iiiiiiiiicu inn. mik imiiy riiiiion lc. Wash silk worth
5i' for 2c skein. Embroidery silk 10c do, spools.
Ijig lot of velvet remnants at '4 price.
New stock lace at Eastern prices.
Nice lot handkerchiefs from 2c up; silk handkerchiefs, 15c up.
Shirt waists, 45c up. Bountiful ties for same.
f "rochet cotton, 4c; white knitting cotton, 5c ball.
Host thread 4c, 7 spools 25c.
V lot ot fj 25 silk umbrellas, fancy loop handles, $1.75. Non
stock umbrellas fiom the makers, the styles and the prices
too will please.
is equal to "tiold
CUT PK ICES on ladies' vests, union suits, stockings, shirt
I waists, aprons, etc.
iStiuidard pattorm, oc up. The choui,iost and best pattern in
CENTS BUYS: 24 shoots note paper, 2 hunches nmnillu
onvoloiies,2puois''kaiit 01.HM1" luniks und eves, 1 time
IxMik, 1 jmir curling irons, 1 child's knife, 1 rubber bull.
I CENT Bl YS : 1 package hairpins, 1 paor noodles, 1 paper
pins, 1 paiHT hooks and eyes, I eioohot hook, 1 sack
noodle, 1 H'iicil sharpener.
lirst class and 101
1OO pairs shoes ut cut nricos und direct from the maker;
"Vear Kesisters," w liich are thoroughly gotsl shoes ut
price of common trash
ilnst mm. I milk'
Unties' Iougola, patent
uxlords, fi.oU grade,
cut to $1.45.
1 Uix antitor
Babv shoos, sizes 0 to 2
sardines, 11 inch bark'hild's button shoes,
lace shin's 4 to 7.
k'hild's tennis shin's, 40V.
size 5, wore 7.5c, now
Ijidics' sliiUKTs, heavy,
billies' wide slippers all
Misses In'st full stock
A clieniKT lino misses lace sIhh-s Soc.
Men's tine slus's $1.35
"ion piow snoos f i..j
gmnl slock ut men s a.
them ut a saving of 1
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
NEW EDITION OF MINING LAWS
We huvo received the ninth edition
! (just out) of Copp's Mining Dodo, pub
lished bv Helirv N. CfiPl). luwver of
W "Hbington, I). O., who has given many
years to the study of mining laws. It
.a U,ok of more than 200 pages, and
win lie ioiiiki 01 greiu interest 10 mine
owners and prosectors, as it gives the
I'nitod States mineral land luws and
the ofllcial instructions thereunder, the
various statu und territorial mining luws,
miners' liens, rights of way, Ac, nu
merous forms for use from the locution
to the pa tenting, lease and sale of a mine,
and also a large collection of abstracts of
court and land oflice decision and rulings.
Every entorpriiing mining man will
s.'oure a copy. The San Francisco News
Co. handles Mr. Coop's publications
on the Pacfic coast. Tlie book is for sale
by the principal book stores and by the
publisher in Washington. D. O. The
price is 50 cents.
$200.00 IN GOLD GIVEN.
TlIK I.NTKIINATIONAL NkVS AND BoOK
Co., of Baltimore, Md., offer $200.(H) to
any agent who will sell in three months
225 copies of their book, "Campaign and
Issues of '0(1. A full, graphic and com
plete account of the Campaign, all sides
given. Beautifully illustrated. Biogra
phies of the leading men in each party.
ine hook 01 an oiuers to sou now.
Freight paid ami credit given. Complete
otiwii 1.) cents. mo them lmmcdi
utely. A gold watch given in addition
to commission for selling 70 copies in
thirty days. Agents wanted also for
other books and bibles.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tiik Bust Sai.vk in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. L'lcern. Salt Rheum
rever Sores, Tetter, Clumped Hands
Chilblain, Corns, and all Skin Erup
lions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. Il is guaranteed to give
period satisliictlon or monev refunded
Price 25 rents per box For sale by
iiiarman a jo.
The Scientific American, of New York
lias signalized its 50th unmversary
ine puiuicauon 01 n very handsome
page special number which
u review of the development of science
und the industrial arts in the United
States during the past 50 years. It wus
an ambitious undertaking, and the
worn nus neon well done. The niuny
articles are inorougiuy technical, and
they are written in 11 rucv und nonuli
style, which makes the whole volume
it is nothing less, U'liig equul to a book
01 rss ordinary pages thoroughly read
able. It is inclosed for preservation in
a handsome cover, and is sold ut the
price ot ten cents.
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the bowels und kidneys will
Unit the true remedy in Electric Bitters
I Ins medicine does not stimulate an
contains no whisky nor other intoxicants
'nit acts as a tome and alterative.
acts mildly on the stomach and bowels.
adding strength and giving tone to the
nritans. thereby aiding Nature in the
performance of the functions. Electric
Bitters 1b an excellent aunetizer and aids
digestion. Old People rind it just exactly
wiihi nitty need, rriee ouc and SI per
uouie at uiiarman & Uo.'s Drug store
For Over Fifty I'eara.
Ax Old and Will-Tried Kehkdt. Mrt. Win
low't Soothing Syrup hut keen lined for over fifty
yean by million! of mothera for their children while
twilling, with perfect aucceva. It aootkea the child
ifteut the guina,allaya all pain, curea wind colic
and la the beat munly for DiaYrhosa. I pleasant to
the laale. Sold by DruitKlata In e dry part of the
World. Twenty-live ccnta a bottle. Ita value lain
calculable. Be Hire and aak for lira. Winalnw
I Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind.
50c 1111 to nice wool trnods. nil mild ut.
50c up. Stanley shirts, 50c up.
up. A tew 2oc bows to close at 5c. Fine
wear, il.ii' .
cheap medium and best trades at cut
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, ETC.
- that is the price has $1 huvsunieo
tip, $1.50, $2 and $2.50. Ladies' tan
cut to 1.2o; $1.,3 grade ol Oxfords
at. 15c : hotter shoos at. ?5 to "ule
till leather a to S. ti.V. I hilds' liom-v
were 75 to $1 . close at 4V.
Childs' school slnvs, button, heel.
size 3 were 7(V. to close 40c.
sizes, $1 grade for Soc.
lace shoe. $1.25; same in ladie
up, Ihivs' tine shin's $1.25 up.
up, oovs neavv siuh'S fi up.
ninl lMHitu. Many i, i
Trimmed hats, new goods, 50 to 75c
at .Mrs, Sladen's.
Money to loan on good security by
A. S. Dresser.
A new line of beautiful laces just are
rived at the Racket Store .
Prescriptions carefully compounded a
(4. A. Harding's drug store.
Cord wood taken on subscription at the
Co I'll 1 Kit oflice. Now is the lime bring
Ladies' and childrens' summer under
wear from 5 cents up at the Backet
Ret dived at Charman A Son's a large
invoice of wall paper, latest and pret
Shark, the barber, don't swim but
he's in the swim when it comes to
shaving and hair cutting.
For your strings and extras for all
musical instruments go to Burmeister
& Andresen's, who keep a full supply.
Blank note and receipt books of all
kinds and deeds, mortgages, etc.,
I cheaper than Portland wholesale prices
at CoL'iiiKrt office.
L. L. Pickens, dentist, does all kinds
of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
crowns und bridge work a specialty
Oflice in Barclay building, corner Main
and Seventh streets.
C. A. Ay ilhy hai added to his harness
and lepair shop second door west of
depot, next to Co u m Kit oflice, a full
stock of shoes, where he will not only
keep a full line of first-class hand-made
harness, saddles, etc., but will do all
kinds of harness and bjot und shoe
repairing at prices that can't be dup
licated. Cive him a call. Satisfaction
FRENCH TANSY WAFERS.
These wafers are for painful, scanty,
profuse or irregular menses, any cause
and ladies will On I that no better
remedy exists for these difficulties. To
avoid being imposed upon by base imita
tions buy from our agents and lake
French Tansy Wafers only. Price by
mail, $2.00. C. G. Huntley, Druggist,
Oautield Bloik.Ongon Cily, Oregon
Health and sweet breath secured byShiluh's
Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cent. Nasal
Injector free. 1'or sale by G. A. Harding.
Prizes for Your Skill.
The person forming tlielurcest number
of words, using the letters in the text
"EXCELSIOR." will be given $100 IN
CASH. $75.00 will be given to the per
son forming the next lurgest list. The
next will receive $50.00 in cash, and for
the next eleven lurgest lists will be paid
$25.00 euch. Money deposited in Buy
Oity Bank, corner Center und Vuslling
Separate the letters in the text thus:
E-X-C-E-L-S-I-O-R, and form as many
words as you can . For example : Excel ,
is, etc. It is said over ton small words
can be formed from these letters, and we
will give a prize to every person sending
ten words or more ; so if youure at word
making, or are bright, you are sure of
something for your trouble, while you
nave an equul opiwrtunity tor the large
Our object is to advertise our "EX
CELSIOR" GERMAN MEAD, the most
improved and healthful summer bever
age on the market. One tablet placed
111 a glass of water is suflicieiit to satisfy
the thirst of an epicure.
Jwery person sending a list ot words
must enclose with the same thirteen
two-cent stamps tor a jiackage of EX
CELSIOR GERMAN MEAD, which will
be sent postjmid, together with full rules
und particulars governing the contest.
As a guarantee ot good laith, the
Mayor und Chief of Police of this city
nepr.Br .... AL-rrO Hlium lirnjnoin'-JHm-j. U k" H ,"w
BtFORE MO Af 1 1 kiJ.uv9al:dt''MKlMuyn''lIPoillixpunUta,
CITPIOEXK utrenprt hens und retnrp8r"nDl! W( k oipunfi, .....
PMMiailtlit. rUPinKNElnUn'Oiily known rirwrty toctiruwlnmutan op'-rntlon. ftKi.'ltmoiil
wrlttHfl mmrRnti'Pirlvpnoitd money rrt irned U x bosps does not elluet a perumuc-utcure.
llOOabox.sixfort.'i.W.by mail. 8inU forF:.Mcirviiliirand U'stHuonlata.
Address IAVOIj JIKDICINB CO.tl e. Box 2076,Ban Francisco, Cal, IbrSatcljf
fiforgA A. HiirilniK Iriiisult
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WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
Gambrinus Cold Storage.
Th m,lv n'ee In the ritv which can Minply yon with anythlnit yon want In the liuiior llne
anil aavrn iriont-y on every artlele you buy WINK, BfcKK AMI a-IQl'tlRs lieeane
I aell I" you ' Portland priees and save you your electric ear fare and expenaea while In
"'V "will aave ten veara on your life' leanc ly lia'lina: at home with a reliable firm and not
beine held up bv hi'shwayim n on the cleetric ear ...
What von buv at the tiatnbriuua Cold .""torase Is uuaianteed to be Just what you buy it for or
W'HX HO TO A DKHM"Hr. huu pay muu
h..,,.,r ,vin at the following prieev
aliiomia Port me. per (rauon
Sherrv " " "
' Aonellea " "
. !wwt Miwati'l " "
Tnkav Wine " "
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" Uinlin k llik "
I'laret " " -
Bottled Beer (iiuarts) r doien
Porter. Iiomestie '
Uiiinw"' Kxtra Smut ;pint per dozen
Swan Whiskey. ier irallon
California 'iraw Brandy. ter gallon
t'alilornia Hlai krw-rry Brandy, per palloii
pajrrorke trer. leavp imitr. mr u;-i irhhi,
N. F. ZIMMERMAN. Mgr.,
For kee b"er. leave onler. The Hni"t family
will act as judges in the award of prize
NuiiiIhu" your words und write your
Address THE GERMAN MEAD CO
BAY CITY, MICH
Cor. Adams and Center Ms.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest AUdat nod Diploma.
HER LIFE TRULY SAVED.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Does It.
Mrs. Clms. La Point, a well-known resident
of Denver, praises this wonuurrul remoiiy.
Her testimony should convince all as to the
worth of tlioriew Heart Cure and Itestora
tlve Norvlno. Her letter duted ticpt. 11th,
isvi, reaua as 101 lows:
Mas. La Point, 2137 Humboldt St,
"Typhoid fever loft me with heart trouble
of the most serious nature. Nothing the
doctors gave had any effect I had severe
pains in llio heart, uud was unable to lie on
my leftside for more than three minutes at
a time. My benrtseomed to miss beats, and
I bad smothering spells, in which it seemed
every breath would be my lose. We occi
doully saw un advertisement of
Dr. Wiles' New Heart Cure
and Restorative Nervine, and purchased a
bottle of each. After tuklng the remedies a,
week, I could be lifted in a chair and sit up
an hour, and in a short time I was able to
do light housework. I shall be evergrateful
to you for your wonderful medicines. Truly
they saved my llfo.
Dr. Miles Heart Cure is sold on a positive
guarantee that tho first bottlo will oenefit.
All druggists sell It at M, 6 bottles for 15 or
It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure ffiESk.
R. R. CO
J I AY
ConiK ctiiig at Vaquina Tluy with the San
Frauoiarn and Yannlna Buy
Stills from Yaifnlna every eight daya for San
Franciaen, roo Buy mrt uxioru, irmiaau nun
Passenger aeeommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between tlie Willamette Valley
Fare from Albany or pointa west to San
(laliln - - fi 00
Steemge 4 W
To Coos Buy am) Port Oxford:
Cabin, - C 00
To Ilninnnlt Bay:
Cabin, ... 8 00
Hound trip, good for no days.
Steamers "Albany" and "Wm. M. Hong."
newly furnished, ifave Albany dally (except
Suinnliiyx) at 7 : 15 a. m., arriving at Portland the
st, me day at "i p in.
Returning, boats leave Portland same days
at i:UU a. m., arriving at Albany at 7:45 p. m.
J ". MAYO. Supt. ItiviT I)ivlion
KIlWIN STOM':, Mgr..
tlon o( a famoiiM Fn-ncb pi;aidun, will quieKly eure von of all ner
vous or disrUvVS ol th' veiuTutive uri'uiin, such nn Jout Maiibootl.
InsnrnMhi, Tul" am t') .lt:u.i;,K(.fiin;il Kiu!ssiUM, JSVrvims Jbillty.
I'iinpK-rt Vuft;.'oss U jiiurry, Kihuuthiir i)r!i!iiK, VnrlrocHe Bud
Coiisii nation, it (itnps ail losses tivdny or ntsht. I'u ventu f)iiick
nf()( dire!ir.r ;o, wHch t not c'lorkfd loailn to Swfrmnttirrhoa and
. '. it a ! . W V li.riUUu I iiu livul- tliA
Famona Heraedy cures qulckiy, permanently a.
I nervous diM-'tires, weua Alutnury, l9 oi itruin rufftr
Headache. Wakefuinesa. l.ot VSiullly, MuhllT limls
drauiua. IniDOtener and wastini? tlHeaeB caused b
Iynutiitulerrwt or t-xust, Containa no opiate. Is a nerve tonic
and blood bulldt-r. Makes the paluiind nnryi-finiruittl plump.
IKasllyearriedlnvestpneSi't.pi p rl.t v; i i .ra. i y;:n :i."'o
paid, wthawrtUrnoH.iranrturvirmii' r:J ti n.i'. rllo us.fri-c
medlf-al book, waled p:aln wrn-e r. onlals ar.o
ttnnnoiftl sranrtlnar. Snrhnyefl c.,,. . -.w .r t
tiana. boWtrtiirMt,r v'.'-fMA..:tv:; :: ar.-uiw
iUA 'iMa.v -
per auon as a
pastime when yon ran buy
- 4 00
room. Thi plai-e i condiuteJ firKla
SIXTH .AND MAIM J.TREKT.
To. undcrilirnPil hiring heon rcatored a
hxtlth by alinpln meana, after aiin"iring for
Mveral yeara with a auvttre lung alliii'llon, and
that dread dlacaxe CunauiiiH lfin, la aniioua to
make tuiiwn to Ilia follow Kiulvrera tha mi-ana
of eure. To thou who deatre It, ho will cheer
fully aend (fret) of charge) copy of flieprcaerip
tion iiBi'il, wniah they will linn a auro mi re for
('nnaiiinpf Ion, AatluiiH, i.'xturrli, Itriimihl
tla and all throat and lung Malndma. lie
hnpi'a all aiiffurtra will try Ida remedy, na It la
Invaluable. Thoae dealrlng the preaerlptlon,
which will enat thein mailing, and may prova a
bleating, will plcaae addreaa,
Rev EdarfJ A Wilson, Brooklyn, K Y.
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
jror mramiannn ana rree uandbouic write to
MUN.N CO., U61 Broadway. New Yore.
Olileat hureau for aeenring pnicnta in Amerlea.
Everypntrnt taken out hy ua u liroualit tx fora
the pubUo by a notice given frve of obarge la UMl
Larireet elrenlatlnn of an aclrntlfte papnr In the
world. Kuli'llilidly lllunratou. Nn lutrlllxent
man ahould be without lb Weekly, 83.0O a
yeart gl.su alxmonOia. Addreaa, II UNN ft oj
Vuuuauuis, aJl Broadwo, How Vork City.
E. McNEIL, Keceirer.
GIVES THE CHOICE OT
LOW KATES TO ALL
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5 DAYS
For firtl details call on or address
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gen'l Pass. Aitent,
Train arrire anil depart I om Portland as
Depart No. 2 For all Ka-tern pniuta....?:!1 r M
" No. 8-Tne D.ilK- l"Cul 8: (1 a.M
Arrive No. I Kroin rlie Kin 8:30 .M
" No. 7 From Tbn i'uIjcs eilK) r.n
EAST AND SOUTH
The Shasta Route
SOUTJIEItX PACIFIC CO.
BxpreaaTraina Leave Portland Daily.
South, j jKorth.
:SBr.M. Lr Portland Ar 8:10 a. M
.. Lr Oregon City Lv 7:'U.a
U.ii.H. At Han Kraucnco Lv t:ttir.
The above traina atop at East Portland, Oreijon
City, Woodbiirn, Salem, Turner, Manou, Jeer
ton. Aloiiny, Albany Juuotion, Taugsul, illiedda
HaUey. Harnsbarit. Juuetigu Citv, Irriug.
tugeiie, CTgawell, Uraiua. "
::lflA. a. Lr Portland Ar 4:40 r. a
:7.. Lr Oregon City Lr :60r.a
.iOr. a. Ar Roseburif Lr 8:00 a.
4:i)ra Lr PmSland Ar ' lf:lS a a
l:4ra Lr Oinon Ciiy Lr :?aa
t:l5ra Ar Lr I 8:00 a a
DINING CARS ON OCPES ROUTE.
PVLLXAX BVFFET SLEEPERS
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPJNG CARS
Attached to all ThmiiKh Traina.
ftatwecai fOKTLaMi anil COKVAl.LIn
a an. ra in dailv i axrtrT.t'.viiiY.i
I 1:00 P.M.
li lt P.M
At Albany and Cnrralila ennneetwith train
f Oregon Parif.e Railroad.
ur t4!! paii.t (irrjpTarsDAT.i
4 4SP. M. I
7.2AP. M. I
8:2, A. M
T ALL rOI!TT IK TBI
IASTIRS STATES. CANADA AND EtROPI
Can be obulaed at the loweat rate, from
l B. MOORE. At-eat. Oreson flty
R.E0EHLER. E. P. ROGERS,
Maaa'er. art. 6. f. A P. Aimt,