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FAHTS OK TIIK JH)I)Y.
M0DCL8 THAT AIU UbtO IN
STUDY Of ANATOMY.
a.,, are Tabeai ttum BahJaela M
Hi Miraa HuapMala af I'arla
pnil lolored ICiaellf la Mapr.
Ill thn Wllnlow f Rli (M'llllat 11(1 town
, dlaplny hli'li U Kruwaoimdy fit.
Iiniiiliitf ll I rouipuaeil of papier
dm li rcpreaeiiiBlloiia of parts ami or
Kiin f Ihe human body, colored simi
lar in nature. Hoiiiv are Ufa aim, amu
t a pair uf lung nml a stomach, Imt
utiu'ia, in ) Kil ait car fur luatani-n,
iu large enough tu have bcloiufd to
tliit gin nt ho sa knocked out if
)mk. A weird model of n head deiii.
tnalratc i ti f ln ma til ty liow you would
j.xk If your skin with jeh'd off your
fn ,. livery vein ami nerve ami in na
il" l i, i i full mh lined mul colored.
A figure diapiaylng Hi entire Interior
vt a lorao, ruliiii'il to ii u i'iit nature,
lii.MS lift I III! I Nil "tl of Unit go tu
ii nkK tia up lnMc Hue U n ft lu think
i f oiirai If n being of "in' harmonious
r.d tnit rlot t. I.iii Him la all wrong, It
MtnlylUaT tl.'-ae flgun at ia onn won
il. ring wln ia th. y i fn.ni ami who
iiixlrU I Ik- in , would I... an iMiMina.
I!. .ii tuiigi'lilal to few, oiiu would a ii
(- A gi'lilli'iunn who raiim In Ida
it. .. r fur a tiioini iil i'oiiitroiily anwr
r l a lot of iiii lluiia anki'd j au lu-
,j , 1 1 1 1 1 r h-ioii
I in.Hl.1.," .aid br. "ara ,j
inaile III tii-riuniiy ami Franit. 'I'hcra
aiv Hour luado In thla rouiilry, Tra,
t!ii inaiiiifni turcr'a aaalataiila lunka
tln-lr nrlgliiala In rlay, working direct
I; from atihji-4'ta ohlalm-d In hoapllnla
ami inorgm-a. A (u of I'arla la Ilia
Urgrat luNliuf octtircr of thla Una of
gi-Hla. Tln-y n.aka imxl. ta of awllona
. f aiiliuala alao. Vut luatamn. wo now
ha an order fr a d.r. Coin, luald
ami let in ahuw you ii..r of u,
thUiga." A glaa raa In tho rear of
Ih aturr waa filled with all arta of
part a of all aorta of animal, human
and other l,
-l.n't thla a M-autlfiil heart T aahl
Ii uthualaaiU ally, rihlbltlng a II fo
all or gun of pnplrr liim he. dlldei up
luto llttla blliged purl ami colore
ml ami tan and luk ami blue.
"II aril for f t. A llttlf ihroai. aim
llnrty rolured ami illvlil.il, would rout
j.iii ft If your fancy ran lo thai kind
of brlrabrar. A Uautiful ilttl bit j "Mra Maybrlrk waa acuHi or ui
of tiie hanlui riniiMMMH i.f jiapler I Ifitf her blanl with arnetilr. and th
lua. he. H,ne and wire, llluatratlug the teal rreaM II plainly not only In th
tirrtea rtniiiM ting the tongue with Hie , remalti. but In certain medicine,' Th
tut. and varloiia Intricate auricular ar- deinoiiatrnllou waa o romlualve that
rangemetit you rati buy for IIV"
Thcr waa a ahelf full of brain ami
another full of aulmala' b-ga ami atom-
. ) and l rr and thing Altogether
It waa a iin tty blmxlr Mktng kind of
ihc.w on ae-oiiut of Hie iiiautltle of tiolaotilng I ever heard of occurred
nd iiit uimhI in Illu. irate large ec- om yeaiw ago lu another tat. A
t;..na of ttiu. le. Then atandlng up In 1 yrong j.tiTlctnn plotunl lo kill a
one corner waa a l.fe al. figure of a wialthy farmer. II knew the latter
n.an rtiiupoMMl of Innumerable a-.iwaa taking quinine for a cold and.
arate pliH-ra. -t Unit any pari could l niwtlng blui one day. aaked lo
taken off and Indlilduiniy alildled. thi What aUe capaulea he umnl. While
i e deii!.iitrled the tmi le fnriiin- pretending to rxamlne them, he allp
1 1, -tt and Hie other the telna and nervi a 'ped In one roiiialnlug atrjchnlue. Th
an I artertc. Thla figure mn I bought fnrn.er hapn-ii.Hl on It nearly a week
fr .vai .y any one who w I hra audi Inter and died In convuUloii. An au
an ornaiiii lit, lo'y rveali the jmlaou. but the af-
Then there were genuine akull and fair waa a deep niyatery until ih doc-'.-l.
t..iia. The IVnch rcel ii alM ' tor committal aulclde. h aving a writ
In the preparation of hiimau Inuiea ten -oiifi-lou.
f-r the market. An artt.-tilntrd akull "The iKilaotilng that occur In novel
f American workmaimhlp would coat and on th tnge are uaually very
l.i. A akull of r'nmh arllculatlou .
prh-ed at ami the work waa
h liiitrable, All Ihe inoal ili-IU ale Utile
t ( were carefully prewrved ami ar
raiik'iHt. ami It waa aulxllvlih-J luto
many amall pana. held togelhei a'llli otarlly knocked out by a jKilaollwl cl
tlnv l.ma hlug. a. The top of the akull ,gar. II tixik two or Um whiff, and
wn awlx erenly off. bo aa to form a
'.'! of cap. but the other opeulug .
n med Irrcgnlnr and dovetalhil. Thla
una eiplnlm-d Ihil:
"Io you know how they c pa rule n
Willi Into Ila vnrloim pnrtaT Well,
they i.ack ll full of aawdimt. which
liny tlii-u wet. The aawduat etpau la ,
ami burat the akull apart along Ita
luUurul Joining or auturva. Them' are
then hinged nml wired, aa you ace. 1 1
all reipiire mo dellrnto mniilpula
Hon by nn cipcrt. Tranmnd of I'arla
I the lending artlut In ukull and
bonea. The bualuea of modeling thcae
pnpler macho orgnu ami of articulat
ing bom- imt an ovcrt-rowded one.
a there la imt a largo di'innml for
xui h thing. NcluMiU ami rollegea are
the chief buyer of iho nrtlclea. There
are preclciua few aludenta. aa you inny
I inn k i no. who can afford to Invent ao
i:iui h money In model for private
Any dean a and lung and liver Hint
com,, to thla country other than by
J f tha bnrgo office, ll may Ik add
id. n.iiNt pay 40 ht cent duty to Tucl
New York Coinmcrt-lul Advcr-
A Itemeilf for Belallea,
Hero la a nally old fiiMhloned roiuo
'b'. It la a grandmother' remedy,
ami tho grandmother who believe In
ll I nil v nml recommend It peiHonul
ly. It la for acliitlcn.
Tnke eipml pint of lour and red
b'pper ami mix with vlnccnr. Mnke
i piiHto of it nml move It from plnee to
I'lni'o with tho pnln, "And If thnt doea
not help ju t.u nm iillalnkfll."
'"iicludea . tho grand mot her. - Now
I'liaher-CuHher la not vci.v Iinppy In
liln choice of ndji't'tlvea.
rimlier-MlHa Gumma flalicd for a
rninpllmt'iit by nuking him what bo
t'miight of her allppera.
Haher-Aud wluil did ho nn.vT
1'iiHlicr IU km Id they wore Imnn-nno.
Geeao aro tho emblem of conjugal
''Una In Chlnn. nud n pnlr of geeno nro
ootiHldcrcd a hnndaomo prosont from a
Pintlpiimn to tho Indy of hi choice.
J'OISOXS IN 31 UJtDKit.
THB U9C Or THl BUOTLtn DRUGS
tll.DOM OIIOUOHT TO LIGHT.
irrrbalaa an Araaale Are f laiaar
aHia of li.mlt, Ha 'ihi-lr Iraaaa
llei.iala In ii,. Urllm lnUanlllf.
I'mUohi In Nala aa4 I'lara.
"A n-ifiit ncwapaper article," said a
ll'iyalclnil, "illllcd nllnilloli tu two
minus facta, or rather, alleged facia.
ll.oni iiolwiii. Flral, Hint It la so hh.
dmii resorted to by nrurdcrers, and,
twoml, that i ua a almoat luvarhv
(1 followed by detection, Ono might
answer both atatvmeiita with the que.
Hon: Mow do we know? How do w
know that tho few clumsy raaca that
coimi to light represent tho auiu of that
klml of ertinu?
"It la undeniably trtia that thcrn ara
riTinln drug whlWi, If atiiiliiltris
Willi aklll, woiihl h almoat Imixxallila
lo dfiwi. Th'lr ariiitoiiia am practi
cally luVnttral with tln.ua of familiar
du.-nwa, ami a llttla whlla after diatb
thry iiroinMiM, rlmnga form ami dla
ajiH'r. "It would lx ioaalliii, too, to Inooru
lati a victim with tliv icnna of aoma
! 111jr inalady. Ila would lh-ii go to
i hla grata with a real tn of roiiauin-
lluii or im-umoiila or lockjaw, ami
Ihcra would ho nothing to arouaa tht
ahadow of auaiiloii, I Udlvra (Irmly
that audi rrlim-a ara roiiunltti-d and
trnvi-r (llacovtrcd, tut I Ix'lHHra alao
j that tlu-y ar. my rare. The real af-
gtinrd of a romiuuiilty Ilea In tho fart
thai bo frw uiiirdi'M-ra xaa4-aa tho r
"IMucated (Kviplo acldoin romnilt d-H-rato
iiiunWr," rotiHtiunl ihn doctor,
"and Ih uiiiilmaKsl mind liiailm-tlve
y aiMM-laii-a imiImio with two anl-
! atamva-araeuic ami atrycnnin. inry
rp '" ,,r,K ","t fa"Mlar to
' I'Utdlr. ami fortunately they ar
aatlly dn.K-l.M., Murder by bitmiiIo la
lunultoljr cluuny. lo begin with.
tympiniii are markitl and H-ctillnr;
being a nivtalllc pnxlnrl, Ita Iracea rv
maln In the body an ludrnult turn.
'jit aiiiiiiuer a woman lu Uarre
loiia, Hpaln, rotifeawnl that ah had
iMilnotifd hrr alater with araeiilr 15
yeara lefor. The gra waa opened
ami th coltln found to roiitaln nothing
but dual and aahea. but a chemical teat
allowed uunilatakably lh ireiii- of
i he Dually aro lu court and admitted
'giving blm a 'whit powder.' but lu.lM
'ed llmt alt followed hla own ciprca
"ti of th tnol Ingeiilou rau-a of
auiualug to a atmieiii or loiieoiogy.
aald Hie phyatclan In coiiclualoii. "I
n-inemt.rr lu fa ml or roa-u.- wineii
waa prtxluml with aucb aucceaa by M.
It. Curila, Hi drummer hero waa tern
;orer h rtilhM. I woum line very muco
to know th nam or me urug mat
would produce that aort of r-ffect.
"Nearly all the olaonlng In flclloD I
enunlly aurprlalng. There la" a well
known Engllah romatic In which the
heroin luhalea tho fragrauci of a
bunch of roaea and Inataiitly rail tima.
Nii .Ilea to any, tho pulaotuil H-rfumo
la wholly uukmtw u to adencc.
"Another atory- Hut I could keep
on citing Inatnncea all night IllKtory
Un't much U-tti-r. Moat of the yarn
of tho Hnrgln and Mcdlcta are pure
moonahlue, eaMclnlly thoae nlKiut pnl
aoiied glove, polaoticd tnHra and oth
er application of drug or thing that
are touched or handled.
"The talu of the look which waa
anointed oil tho mnrglua with aome
deadly aubatanre that killed tho per
ton who inolNtcned hla Dngera to turn
the leave baa poxNllily a foundation In
truth, but. I confoH. 1 would t pu
tied to knov how to prepare aiuh K
volumo. AlmoNt anything thnt might
bo tiaed would Inatnnlly betray Itaelf
by Ita tnato,
"In tho middle agea powdered rIiim
la wild to bnvo been n favorite mnterlnl
with which to 'doctor' food, nml you'll
find aoiiio IniercMiliiK dutn on tho huI
Ject In the autobiography of Cellini,
tho Koldimlth. It la occiiHlonnlly used
by negroe i lit hero In tho aouth. Of
coiirao, powdered glnna lan't a true
polHou. It Hoiuetlmea kill by Betting
up lutertml lullninmotlon. Ofteiier It
baa no effect at nil.' - Now Oileana
A Uoa Story.
Anlmnla have ai'iitlment, nud they do
renaon. Iord Siitidwlch hnd two Intel
ligent, rotnpnulonahle little whlto duga.
Ho wna fond of ooth. They wore much
attached to him nud devoted to ench
other. Ouo white pet fell alck, and ho
watched over the little creature. Hut
do enro Biilllced to save It. nml It died.
Tho lovlug nuiNter anld thnt ho himself
would bury the dog, nud ho did ao,
The living Pomernnlnn stood by, griev
ing as Hliicetely ns the bereaved inns
tor. Hut the survivor could never
again cudure Lord Snudwleh. shunned
blm nnd wna utterly Irreconcilable for
all time. He thought Hint tho nuiator
bad killed nud burled his cuulne com
IN A BLAZE OF GLORY
THE DRAMATIC EXIT OF OLD CAP
FHOM LIFE'8 8TA08.
II l.l4 a WIU Mr Bad Witll m
Mild Death, aa4 lla lumniiarl
Wild Aanlenea lo lee II I w tin III
riaal Willi AH.
"Tint loiilii for the center of tlio
llage eilata not only In the centers of
rlvlllxntlon," said a inn n who had goiiii
vest, mucin hla pile lo milling mil
I hack to enjoy himself. "You'll
Oml It up In the Ilockle among th
Lardrat, tougheat cltln-n thnt evr
bar.dled a pick or ahot a bear. Tlie
Melodramatic Inatlnct la mlifhty atron
In inont men, ami the glare of the ral
rlum la eagerly Bought after by man
who won't admit IL I knew ao old
man out In Arlxona aome year ag?
who waa one of thla kind, lie waa
atxiut th moat 'don't give a darn' ruaa
I ever knew. II lived up lu the moun
tain a, about ten nillei back of Tucwoo,
all by hlinacir.
"How he managed to live I never
knew, but he aecinisl contented. Ilia
vll deed never Bceined to worry hi in
any, and the lrd know hla n-corO
waa black enough. Ho had Imi-u a
gn at gnu fighter la hi time, and even
lu the day 1 apeak of It wouldn't do to
tread on hla toe. H loved to tell of
hla wild life, and tho fniiikii.- with
which he related hla aoiui-whnt (juea
tlonahle ea-apnd-a mada hi in an ece
b ut entertainer If you dhlu't hapiM-u
to fei'l B'jtK-a iuImIi. Hmi-ainlahtiea lan't
a rommon fault out that way, and
everyliody knew and liked Old Cap
that'a what they calh-d blm except
the few who bad been lo trouble with
blin at one time or another.
'Now. uo one ever thought that Old
Cap w aa apxrtacular. He wa the hmt
man on earth who would be thought
likely to want tho center of the a tag
for any of hla atunta. Hut he did, and
the cllmai of hla life wa more pyro-tet-hiilcal
than any niau'a I ever got
Mixed up with, lie certaluly did go
out In a blare of glory. It all happen
ed alKitit Bcven year ago. I waa lo
TiKnoii. A lot of ua boy were alttlng
around lu front of a glniulll one after
iiixiii. Juat talking about thing In gen
eral. Our horae were lied In the yard
at the back. It wa a mighty fine day,
Juat warm enough for aolld comfort
out of door, and with the aky aa clear
aa abaolut dryneaa could make It. It
waa ono of tbeao day, you know
when you throw your cln-nt out and
congratulate youraclf on being alive.
"Aa I wa Baying, we all at on cany
wicker chair, talking and whittling
reckon, when down tho atrect came a
10 year old boy riding a broncho. We
rc-ogulxed blm aa a youngater who
lived a collate of Mile thl aide of Oil
Cap' a on the aaiue trail. He rolo right
Up to where we were alttlng and roll. -J
off hla horae. with hi eye a (topping
and hi bn-aih a panting.
"Whafa tho matter. bulr akcd a
tall Texan, who waa In the party.
'Old Cap ay t' come right op r
bla place right off an fetch all th' men
yer kin git. Th' lujuua I comlur
"The Indian were alwaya liable to
bunt Iimiho and do something nobody
iiIM td. o we got our horwa out In
a Jiffy ami aiartel up the trull to save
Old Cap. There were bIkiiiI a dow-n of
0. and wo had our Wliicheatera and alx
shooter with us. When we got near
to Old Cap'e w slowed up a bit and
begnu to look pretty ahnrp for Indiana,
but not a slgu of a redalln could we
"'Well le In time, boy a, aald the
Texan, who wna leading the band. 'V.I
wo get to Old Cap's cabin we kin staud
off a pretty amart lot'
"Old Cap's cabin wa situated In a
charing off the trail aroutij a beud,
with high rock a biding It until you
cniue out In tho open. Wo reached tho
turn In aafety and swept around It at
full gnllop. Then we saw, drat of all.
the little cnblu looking aa snug
iiKtinl, ami then we noticed Old Cap
sitting astride a keg alxiut ten feet lu
front of hla door. Hla big. gray sotn
U'ro wa cocked to one side, and the
rvd in if alK.ut bla neck gave him tho
ItMik of a stage h-ro of the plain. II"
bad heard our hone' Imofa Ix-atlni
tho riM'ky trail U-fon wo wheektl 'jifo
view, nnd he wna ready for ua. Walt
Ing until wo hml come within 73 ynrda
of him, he lifted t.la lint and moved It
alnjvo hla bend with a bourne, wild
yell. A I think of It now It sounded
like the cry of n iimdman. Then he
reached Into bin pocket and drew forth
a tnn tell. 1 hla lie drew carefully acrox
a rock which wna within mien of the
keg upon which be ant, nud saving It
from the brecxe until It wna safely
lighted he opened his lega nnd dropped
It between them.
"There was n yellow puff of smoko
tinged with n t!:th of red. nnd then n
terrific roar. Old Cap's body Mow sky
ward, and when it cume dowu It dltln t
look like n human being's. Ho hnd
been sitting on .t k"g of powder and
hnd deliberately blown himself tip.
runny thing for a man to do. wasn't
It? Old Cnp apparently got tired of
life nnd decided to kill himself. Iln
wnnted nn niidlence,- So he sent tho
kid om to di tiiii one up. He got whit
be. wnnted, but It wiiMi'tn very sympa
thetic ono. Men don't go much on gush
out there, s" .Hie Texnu was n little
Bore about me trick we'd hnd plnyed
on us. He helped to straighten out the
corpse, nml I lien he sat dowu on a
bowlder and gttxed at It
" 'Well.' he milt) finally, 'ho certainly
did glvo himself n gond send off!' And
the rest of the gang guffawed loud
enough to start tho echoes down the
"Hut It wns nil pretty human when
ou como to t Ii Ink of lb Old Cnp hnd
tho center of tho stage when tho cur
tain dropped, and his audleneo then
proceeded to forget blm." Chicago In
a raaee Dlallllerr.
Tti poor receive all the profit of
Aim of the moat f anion dlatlllerlea lo
tho world, that which la conmrtpd
with tha monaatery of HL liruno, la
the department of lauphliie, which la
better known aa I .a Oramlo CT
treuae. The dlallllery Itiwlf la a con
BhlernMe dlatance from the niona'
tery, but It atAfid on laud belonging
to the order, although the Fn.-ncb got-t-riiini
01 Im a claim over It
Tho monk of Ht. Ilruno, althoogb
lliey ara aworn to poverty, have con
trol of an InduNtry which produce
almut f mfm a year profit. Of thla
ono third goc a a contribution to
the fund known aa I'cter'a pi nce. An
other portion la devoted to the Main
tenance of hoapltala, and th remainder
la devoted to aubaldlzlug poor chnrchel
throughout France and to the per-
iMinal relief of pwr appllcanta, without
dlatlmtlon of church oe rr.1. It ta
Interea'.liig to note that thoae who hav
control of thla lucrative buvlueaa aro
exprely forbidden by their vowa to
carry on a trade which could reault
lu a profit to thi'uaelvea.
Many attempt have lx-en made to
purchaae tho bualneaa, one notably by
the llothachllda. but all have failed,
Ux-auae the head of the order conalder
that they are not JuMlfl'-d In wiling th
bualneaa to a firm that would make a
peraonal profit by It. Cincinnati En
quirer. Kaew Wbea Tkr Have Eaoaafc.
Tho llama, that docile animal which
waa the b.ant of burden In Peru In
prehlatorlc Hmea and played the part
that waa aaalgtied to hla cousin, the
came), lo Hgypt and Arabia, la atlll
een lo largo number In the mountain
dlatrlcta, but ho cannot lire In the
warmer latlttidea along the roaaL He
I docile, rudurlng and aure footed. lie
can go a lor time without water and
food and chva the cud of contentment
when other anlnuiU aro In dlatn-a be
cauae of Hie emM-rature of the rare
fled attiioftphero found In the Andean
A llama will carry 100 pound and
no More, and If you add ao ounce to
hla load he w ill He down and wait un
til It la taken off. lie know when be
ha enough, and there la no uc In try
ing to argue w Ith hi in. The native In
dian have learned thla by the experl-
euce of generation, and w hen a 11a row
II.- down they Immediately unatrap
tnd dlmlnlh hi burden without mak
ing any fu aWit It. Then, w hen he
la Mtlnfled that ho haa been given no
more than hla ahare, he climba oo to
hla boof again and follow the moun
tain trail f.ir d.tya ami week at a tltn
without murmuring or allpplDg or for
getting hla go-jd manner. Chicago
A Rather Xoiel Caalalat.
Ao Hn.-IUh traveler once met a com
panion, alttlng In a alate of the moat
woeful duxpali and apparently near
the laat agonlca. by the Bide of one of
the mountain Ink.- of Switzerland. He
lnijulrcl ihe cauw of hla Buffering.
"Oh." anld the latter. "I waa very hot
and thlraty and took a largo draft of
the clear water of the lake ami then
, aat dowo cn t!i!a atom lo couault my
guldelKMik. Tj my aMotilnhmcut, I
fouud that thr water of this lake Is
very polotioun! Oh, I am a gone man
I feel It running all over mo. 1 have
only a few mluutca to live! Iicmeiu-U-r
"iAt uo see the guidebook," said bis
friend. Turning to the passage, be
found, "L'eau du lac Mt blen pols
sonetiae" ("The water of this lake
abouuda In Dab").
"Ia that the meaning of Itr
Tho dying man looked up with a ra
diant countenance. "What would have
become of you," said bis friend, "If I
bad not mot youT"
"I should have died of Imperfect
knowledge of the French language."
Oa Too Maay Foe Ik Deaa.
A well known denu of Norwich tells
the following good story against him
self: 8. lio few weeks ago be came to a
stllo lu a Celd which was occupied by
a farm lad, who was eating bis bread
and bacon lunch.
Tho boy made no attempt to allow
bis reverence to pnsa, so was duly lec
tured for bis luck of manners.
"You seem, my hid, to bo better fed
"Very like." answered the Ind. slic
ing off a piece of bacon, "for ye teaches
01, but 01 feeds mcsclf." London An
swers. How He Got Eieretae.
Lord I'nluierston used a clever ex
pedient for coercing himself Into a
little regulnr dally exercise.
It wns his custom when In govern
ment positions to have hla Inkstand
placed upou a table several ynrda away
from the desk nt which be worked, so
thnt ne hnd to walk several puces foi
each dip of Ink.
He attributed his maintenance of
sturdy health and Jaunty manner un
der the trying conditions of office rou
tine to this simple practice, ns ulso his
habit of performing all work standlug.
"Pnpa, whnt Is the meaning of tho
word 'candelabra r" nsked Sammy
Snnggs, who wns doing bis "homo
"Thnt's easy, Sammy," replied Mr.
SnngRS. "The word explains Itself. A
candy laborer Is a workman In a ctndy
factory." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
wls old world nt best Is only nn an
vil and life a sort of riutoulnn black
smith. Hint, with varying blows,
strikes us Into form. The blow that
hurts us tuoht may shape us best.
I uever listen to calumnies, becnuso
If they are untrue I run the risk of be
lug deceived, nnd If they are true, of
bntlng peoplo not worth thinking
A Xonalrr Devil r'ih.
I'eatroylng Ila vlcllm, 1 a type of Con
tiptlon. The power of tin Mirderotll
malady ia felt on organa and nerve and
mum lea and brain. Tbero'e no health
till It'a overcome. lint br. King'a Now
Life Mil are a aafo and certain cure.
Ileal In the world for Ktotrisc.fi, Mver,
Kldneyiand liowela. Only 25o at (ieo.
A. Harding' drug abir.
k Mlulater Unud Advice.
"I bad a aevere attack of bilioua colic,
got a Wile of ChamWIaln'aColic, Chol
era and Marrboe llemedy, took two
doae and waa entirely cored," nay llit.
A. A. Tower, of Kmpofla, Kan. "My
neighbor aero the trcet waa aick for
over a week, had two or three bottl of
nli..ln (I ,1. ....... II.
r , u, """"
li,'n '"r ' or Iay without re-
lief, tlmn called in another doctor who
treated blm for aome day and gave hirn
no relief, ao diacharged hirn. I went
over to e hirn the next morning. He
aaid hia bowel were in a terrible fix,
that they have been running off ao long
that it wti almoat bloody flux. I aaked
blm if be had tried Chamberlain'a Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and be
ali. 'No.' I went home and brought
blm my bottle and gave him one done.;
told dim to take another d'e in fifteen
or twenty minute if be did not find re
lief, hot he took no more and waa en
tirely cured." For aale by Geo. A.
It will tnrpriae yon to experience the
benefit obtained by naing the dainty and
fatnoua Utile pill known aa DeWitt'a
M'tle Eaily Uier. Geo. A. Harding
HCarABET) all rlalM tmr tm
ana tr m trwir wn1erfal bm)icii. I baTorta
tb4 fur a aiadirioa r-lMnl to tafca and at laat
bv found It lo ( iwffU hin laair tl--m. na-BI-jt
Bm tn DoriB4 ttnl mj efrtopM-iM) baa lae
prua4 aondarfui.r and I few mnrt trttr In vrf
way.' Hut. Baixia . IlLUU L'juraU. Taaa.
Wleaaanl Palatah'e PmeeL Tat Onnd. Do
Oood, NTr Hirkco. Wrai-n. nr Om. Iuc.2jO.Kio.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
f l raitark Bim1. Bm, 1 art. tit
Mft n DIP fV!1 aim) r"tnnNl h !!tr-
' lU to ft UC Tutitcco HatiL
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY
NoOca in " Inrpnlire Are
Book "How to obtain i'lienta"
Oaaro-a awfrti u-. J.n tr Ull patent ia cured
lrltm utricilv confidrnual. Art.lrna,
E. 6. SICGERS. Pitf .il Lirf. WiiSinctsa. 0. C
Oregon hcrifc Line
The Direct Route to
Montana. Utah. Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the UNION PACIFIC Fatt Mail Line,
or the RIO GRANDE Scenic Lines.
No Change of Cars.
on the Portland-Chicago Special,
best in the West."
Elegant Standard Sleepers
Fine New Ordinary (Tourist; Sleepers
Superb Library-Buffet Cars
Splendid Diners (meals a la carte)
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Comfortable Coaches and Smokers
Entire Train Completely Vestibuled
For further information, apply to
J. R. NAGAL W. K, COMAN,
Trav. Pass. Agt Gen'l Agent
142 Third St, Portland. Or.
By the fast
Leaves Portland daily except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
This is the Great Scenic Route.
All tourist admit that the scenery
on the Middle Columbia is not ex
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full informs
tion by addressing or calling on
J. S. BOOTH, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or.,
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA KOUTE
SOinilEK.V PACIFIC COMPANY,
Train Irava Orrifon Tlly for PortUi.d and
way iiloii at m.:' A. M. and fl.ori p. M.
l.v Portland 8 :W a M 7 r a
l,v f rKon City f:' am 7 i r m
ArAihland 12 'VI M 11: 10 M
' Hacramrnlo fi.Kir 4.1'. AM
" Han rranciaco 7 l' r M 8:1) am
" Og'len fi r. a m 11 '.. a
" Vrnynt :') A M W;li) A M
" Kautai City 7 :!iS AM T'i'u.
" Chicago 7:t.' A M a m
"l.aAngele :'J)f a 7:nOAM
" KII'ao 0 'lr m fi ifira
" Kort Worth o:.".0am 6 .V)am
- rujrof Mexico :M A M ft-M A M
' lloimlou IMn 4 :00 AM
" NawOrlean f):i',rM B.MrM
" WMliington tAlr f!:liAM
" Nw Yora !2:fM U:Ur
f'ullinan and Toarlat can on both train.
Chair car Haf-ranienlo to Og'len and Kl
I'aw, and louriat cart lo Chicago, Ht. I-Olim,
NawOrlean an-i Waabingtoii.
Conrirctlon at Wan F'rai.claco with aeverat
tiamhlplli a lor Honolulu, Japan. China,
l'hill(.iifiea. Central and bonth Ann , I
He Mr. K. K. Ilooinraruer a.. i t at
Oregon City alatlon or allrra
K. KOKIII.EK. 0. H. MARK If AM.
Manager, 0. V. A V. Agarl.
' ! T f . I ) it ' 1
Steamer G. W. Shaver,
Portland foot of Waahington atreet Mon
day and Tbunklay at 0 a. m. Ketnrn
ing lea ye i Clabkanie on Tutadava and
Friday at 4 o'clock a. m.
This i the nearest and moat direct
route to the great Xehalem valley.
Shaver Transportation Co
ChicarolsaU Lake. Denver. Fl
rerliano, Worth.Omaha Ran
4 p. m.
boecial a.a fllv. Ki. I... mi
:ijb. ni l .ilru i ami KjhI.
6 p. m.
Salt bake. Dei.vr- Kl
Cll). ."-(. Ixml
Cliicago ami La-I.
7 a. m.
9 p. ui.
Walla Walla. Uis
ion, Spokane, Mm-'
neaHiit. 8'. I'mil,
CMcaif.i and Ka.-t. I
8 MO saiu.
I p. m.
All t-ai.li.K ualra aUU
Ject to charge.
For .-an FraoeUco
SjII tverj 5 Jayi
8 p. m.
10 p. m.
To Aa'nria a- d Wajr
4 p. m.
dav. Willamette River
6 a. ni. Ex. Oregon CUV, Newberf,
4 :30 p. jn.
day. ileiire and
Oreaon citr. I'ajtoo
an.l Way-Landii a.
Tue .ih r.
an l a
Fort. ami lo C iivalil Ti k. ihur,
an t Wajr-Laud nia
3:3.) a. ni
Ripana to Lewiafon
8:3") s. ni.
Gen. Tass. Agent, Portland, Or.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
80UTHER.N PACIFIC RAILWAY
Train No, 11
9 :22 a. in.
4 :5 ) p. m.
9:14 p. lu.
7 a. m.
9:22 a. in.
5 :40 p. in
" " 13
" " 15
Train No. 16
" " 14
" " 12
SYSOl'TllKRS rACiriC RAU.HOAU.
Mail closes Rolnp North ,V.Vipip,and 7:4."a in
Mail closes going Souths :5J a in and 7 :--' p iu
BY KABTSDS ELECTRIC LIM.
Mail closes for Fortlatul nd ilislrihntlnu
points, 12 in.
Mail closes for Milwaukie and St-Ilwood
9 a in.
Mail arrives frow Portland 1:30 p m.
Oregon Citv to Ely, Cnrus, Mnlino.
Liberal and Mollala leaves at 12 m, ami
arrives at 1 :30 a ni daily.
fA..n. fit In Cr.Alr HhnKAt
V'lisi"1 . ' J ... i.rn.r viti., ...........
Clark, Meadow Brook, Union Mills and
Colton Waves at 8 a m Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, and returns on louwing
davs at 4:3.rp m.
Oregon City to Viola. Logan and Redland
leaves Oregon City Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 1 p ni, leaving Viola same
days at 7 a ni.
Oregon City to Willamette, Btallonl,
Wilsonville aiul OrsCme arrives a-. lu:30
a m and leaves at 11 :3U a ni daily.
General delivery window is open on Sun
day from 10 to 11 a m, All letters il'-op.ed
into the box at the door is promptly sent
oil Sunday as on other days.