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K. MeNEILL, Kejeiver.
GIVES IHK CHOICB O
LOW BATES TO ALL
OCK AN STEAMERS
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5 DAYS
For tall details o!l on
Cuxbas & Montkith, Albany, Or,
os address; ' .
PORT! AND, OR.
3 Puny, Pindling
Will make them
!Vind 1 S-eent stamnt to A. P. Ordwav & Co-
fty, Ifaas for beat nedieal work pahiishnl
has F Oi'iM. H C Parne, B C Roos Beeeivtn.
m PACIFIC B, R.
Pullmaa Sleepins: Uars,
Elegant Dinig Gars.
Tourist Sleeping Cars-
TO . Grand Forks
Crook a ton
Boston and all
Points East and South
For information, time carde, maps and
tickets call on or write O G Barkbart,
Aifent. Altmn7. Or.
Or A D Charlton, Agst Gen Fass Agt,
Portland, Oregon. , -.
in Your Own LocAurf
made easily and honorably, without capi
tal, during your spare hours. Any man.
woman.boy, or girl can do thfe work hand
ily, without exjerience. Talking ra
necessary. Nothing like It for moy
.naking ever offered before. Our worKera
always prosper. No Mrae wasted is
learning the boshjess. We teach yea In
a night how to succeed from the flrtf
hour. You can make a trial without ea
pense to yoarsclf . We start yon, fnrnisV
everything needed U carry on the bus
Ccm sriccessfully, and guarantee yo
fiftainst failure if yon at lollovr ou'
pimple, plain instructions. Reader. 1
yon arc ui need of ready money, arx,
wnnt to hsosr all about the best paying
business befor the public, send ns yo"
audress, and we will mail yon a tii-s.
Kent giving yoa all the parocularJ
1RUE& C0., Box4009
. Augusta, Malnd.
Street Railway Time-Card
The car will leave' corner of Firs' laJ
Washington streets as follows:
7-40 a m for Lebanon train.
8:15 " " Orohan't Home. - '
11:30 " " N00.1 train going north ;
11:15 p m for noon train going south.
1 " ' Lebanon train
l;n " Orphans ITume. .
4" " ' ': - -
9:55 ' Overland train going south.
For Orphan's Home on , Sunday car
leaves at 2:30. 3:30 and 4 3 p nr.
The car will -also meet all interning
trains on Ihe Oregon Pec'.fic railioad.
C G BUBKHAHT.
Portland, Orfrffon. A. P. Armstrong. Prin.
auch School : CprTAL Bus. Colm Salem, (trrvrr.
hame cou.-wa of study, taiue tMH oi UliUoa
Tyfirwrhiwr, Pentaxhifi, and K-tglifk Departmtr i
at-ln wt3ion throuGhm-'1 tbe veu;. Students a'itt.
at Atiy time. u lotf-ia ituiu cltiicr acaoot. fr
The new vegetable shortening:.
Wherever introduced, it drives
lard from the kitchen, and indi
gestion from the household.
It has been tried by every test,
'and has met every requirement.
1 It is as muchsuperior tolardas tha
'electric light is to the tallow-dip.
The only question now is, will
you give your iamuy tne Denena
In composition, in healthfulness,
in flavor, or in economy. .
Its success has called out a'lot o
imitations and counterfeits made
for the sole purpose of selling: -in
the place and on the merits of
Avoid them all. They ore made.
to sell and they axe a sell. .
Get the genuine CoxTOUSNS.
, 6oU la S ud I papod PA.
Mad only by T
The N. K. Falrbank
ST. LOUIS and
Calears, " tw Tart, aston.
CBAS CLABK, t eeelver .
Direct Lire- -
I om Freight Kates.
nnj:U i; ith steam,
Homer betwsea T
qnlnaaal in Frrieo.
aoa sa naxcaoo
Ham salts Faby Xh Mux S, WJt, aad
Homers s F.b iV-h atsrjfe T, 17, aad STtb.
ps rtmmissf iWBRrrca the nznl 1
',.,. alllns rint-oa without notice.
-For freieut and paanenxer rale appl
to any agent.
ChartesJ HsBdrra. 8on 4 Co. So 1 e S
Marx S; Sm F.-:ioj Cs
CVark recdTer. Corranis OT.-jow
Savaxxah, N.Y., March i3th, 1894.
Messrs. S. C- "Weias & Co..
Le Roy, N. Y.
Gentlemen I was pronounced by toy
home physic tan -as having tubercolosis,
and I went South without any apparent
Denent , 1 was recommended to use j
Sluloh's Consumption Care, and
its .results l-ve been wonderful. I
cheerfully recommend it to any one
suffering from lung trouble.
- " J.til5 W. C-OSS.
"Teaching is tee noblest art but the
TENTH ANNUAL SESSION
MO 310 1'TIl OU EGO)
A training school for teachers, theory
and practice combined.
Strong professional course and wel
equipped model school.
Thorough preparatory and academic
NormaL Advanced Normal , B usiness,
Music and Art Departments.
Light expenses. Board and lodging,
books and tuition ; not above $150 per
j The town of Monmouth hasa beantifu
and healthful location in the very hear
of the, Willamette Valley twelve miles
south west of the State Capital. It has
no saloons. r -The
Normal Hchool diploma entitles
one to teach in any county in the state
without any further examination. Grad
uates command good positions.
Expenses. Tuition per term 'of ten
weeks; Normal $6.23; Sub-Normal $5;
Commercial $8.25. Board and lodging.
Boardat Normal Dining Hall $1.75 per
week ; furnished rooms, with fire and
ght, fitrn $1.00 to $1.25 per week,
card end lodging in private families
$3.00 to $3.50 per week.
Vitality and growth have always char
tered the work of the Normal School,
he coming year promises to bo one of
he best in its history.
CatalogttBs cheerfully sent on applica
'PL Campbell, President,
or W A Wann, Secretary of Faculty. .
OlllClCEri RHS1HQ PAYS
if yon use tbe Petatfuaa.
lacauasera m Brooders.
Make money while
other are wasting
tune rry 01a processes,
old processes, iff P ru
escribes every Vj 3 Illustroteil 1 1
reeded for tneJE Catalogue Ul
it, aim desu
mechanically the best
wheel. Prettiest model.
'We are Pacific Coast
Agent. Bicvcla cata-
tall description .pricee. etc.. aokitt WAirrBS.
FETALUMA DtCUBATOS CO., Petalum,Cal. i
Bramcu HotjbB, a3i 8 Main 6t-, Los Ancelea.
FOUND. Y Lowellyan rette.-. Call
at O A Arch -bald's and secure prop erty
fin : . ,r-"i
The" esrth' attraction ot ferity -i
t'.tonger in oceanic Island than in the in
terior of continents, a remit it it suppose',
ol tlie greater cooling of the crust under
the ., the average density being thut
made greater t'lan on land, notwithstand
ing the lightness of water.
Senator Dawson has Introduced bill
providing (or allowing deductions for In
debted nets when the tax paver It assessed.
Now, let the Senator introduce a bill rere
ading the mortgage tax law and work with
zeil to secure their passage, and his work
will receive the approval of the people oi
Coffee has been found by a German in
vestigator to posefs marked germicidal
properties. Pure coffee of the ordinary
strength in which it is utilized as bev
erage killed choler bacilli In three hours
and typhus bacilli in twenty-four hours
The ant i-bacterial substances seem to be
developed in the coffee bean by the roast
In congress yesterday the I oue ways
and means committee decUed to report to
the house Wilson's bill to remove the t 10
ot a cent per poand differential oa sugar
imported f rum countitcs having expOf
I bounty, which has elicited protests from
Gero.any, Austria and other nations, and
the rtpeal ot w hich was recommended by
the president. No act ten nt taken on
the bill to increase the tax on beer
That simple pressure when 11 la very
great and long continued, is capable of pro
ducing effect ordinarily obtainable only by
beat has been shown in many ways, POUbly
by the experiments of Spring; the Belgian
chemist, who demonstrated aeveral years
ajo that two or more metets could be forced
thus to form an alloy at a, temperature be
low their fusing points, and that chemical
combination could be icdnced by simitiar
Judge John if Elliot, of Arkansas, to
charging the grand jury at Arkansas City
In that state rpoke af the recent triple lynch
ing of Luke and Richard W a.hington and
llenry Clay Robinson, all colored, tar the
brutal murder of R C Pxtton, a prominent
shite merchant, and demanded a rigid in
vestlgalioa. He emphasized the fact that
justice would have been meted out by 'he
court had the Uw beta permitted to take
Its course, and denounced the action oi the
mob in defeating the end of justice.
The Orennian Is much shocked because
the republican paper in the state that
oppise the election of Dolpb apply such
epithets to him at "cold," "an Iceburg," -'a
mooJy aristocrat he has "a stony face,1
and "aa Arctic demeanor," acd is frequent
If referred to as "hi whiskeis. These
people, the Oregoni-n should Jinow, are
safely intrenched In this cojise, behind the
a Moilous example of the Otegooian itself
i Let one sIcd a moment aad call to miadV
the course ot it.e OregonUa ta appljing to
ClevcUad. Wilson, Pfler and o-bers whose
conr,; it ,lid not endorse and be wiil nnd
I atai.Ie ius'.ifi.-ailn let the course of those
papers ia the example of fb Oregonlan
itwlf. By i'eewn coorte that paper
esrorped fn.m in:erro ine artobiect)on to
or cntkism of, the tonne of the npoblicaa
papers that oppose Dolpb.
The highest railway bridge of any kind
in the world is the Loe River viaduct on the
Antofagasla Railway, in Bolivia. South
America. The place where the structure
has been erected is over the Me'-o rapids in
tbe upper Andes, and between the two
tide of a cano.i, whicb 1 titua'ed tea
thousand feet above the level of tbe PaaiSc
Counting from the surface of the stream to
the level of the rails, this celebrated bridge
is exactly six hundred aa thirty-tlx and
and one-half feet in height. Tne length
of the principal span is eighty feet.and the
distance between abutments (total length
of bridge) is eight hundred and two feet.
The largest column is three hundred and
fourteen feet two inches long, and the bat
ter of the pier, what la known to bridge
builders as "one in three." Trains Croat
tbe bridge at a speed of thirty miles an
Christ Will Come In April, 1901.
An English scriptural prophet, figuring
from the writings of Daniel, and the book
of Revelations, give tbe following as the
coming "prophetic events" which widtake
place between January 1, 1895, and April,
1901, the date he has set for the end of the
world. If tbe first is fulfilled you had bet
ter make arrangements to square accounts
by All Fools' Day in the year last above
Ascension of 144,000 living Christians to
I heaven without dying on March 5, 1893.
A scion of Napoleon will massacre 10,000
Christians between Augnst 14. 1897. and
January 26, 1901.
Christ will descent? to earth, and the
millennium begin first week of April, 1P01.
A. New Cure For Appendicitis.
Of lalo years a fearful dread has gone
abroad that every one who eat't fruits with
small seeds in them is pretty sure to run
the rik ot ding a fearful death by appen
dicitis, or be forced lo underga a danger
ous operation. So strong has this dread
taken hold of the public mind that thou
sands refuse to eat small fmi's when seeds
have to be ea'en with them. Grapes are
always pitted by them, and blackberries,
and even raspberries, with their small, in
sidious seed', are taken entirely from the
bill of fare The fact it that appendicitis
occurs very rare y, and the percentage of
p:op'e , who eat fruit with seeds in them
that are caught is insignificantly small.
When the complu'nt does seize one it it not
necessary to resort to an operation, except
in eeyere casee, nor is it absolutely neces
sary to die- The latest and most success
ful cure it to administer internally from ono
to two ounces of tweet oil every three hours
until the pain and fever are relieved. Tbo
seed which causes the trouble irritates the
muscular tissue to that congestion follows,
and this may soon cause inflammation of a
very serious character. Sweet oil, admin
istered in time and faithfully, allays' the
inflammatory condition, reduces tempera
ture and relaxes the tension of tbe muscu
lar coating of the intestine ;tnd appendix.
Besides that it take seed or all foreign
substar ces wlib it, ard effect a complete
cure. Ibe patient thou hi ho kent In bed
and poultice should bn applied very hot
over ih3 tet of p-iu. Yaukee Blade.
A butterfly supposed to be thousand' cf
jrjars o'd was found dormant under a ; rock
in California and removed to tne Smithson
ian Ins ltuilon. When discovered.its wings
were fcrolr3 Vlveld. ' and thrr-s Wfre
wrinkles In lt an'ennre. ,
The fly eater o( Cuba can iv s iu a work
ing thimble ' '-, ' ; '' ' :- '
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
. Awarded Ootd nudal Wdwinter Fair. San Prandace.
The Issue of Treasury Relief.
Whether the President la accurately re
ported or not, the statement attributed to
him at to hit extra session Intentions indl -cates
what ought to be his policy.
The relief of the Treasury Is not a patty
but a national necessity. II this Congress
cannot or will not provide fsrlt.there should
be no Inst of time in 'summonlr.g the next
Congresa to do to. 1 he protection of the
Treasury and the national credit it tiiuch loo
vital a matter to be trifled with, and to
postpone it will be lo trifle with it reckless
The matter is perfectly simple. The rev
enues of the government are temporarily
insufficient to meet Its expenses. The re
lalt It that the gold reserve is constantly
depleted and must be frequently renewed.
The only means the Administration hat of
doing this is by the sale of 5 per cent bonds
of long term, thus increasing the national
debt in lime cf prace and rendering the In
crease one that must endure for many
needless years to come.
It Congress will not proviJe a better
way the Administration must protect the
national credit in this way. It the Demo
cratic majoilty In ibe present Congresa vill
not do a duty to obvious and t j Imperative
the matter mutt be referred to the Republi
can Congress whkb is to succeed it.
But In regular course that Congress
would not assemble until seat December
and could not act for at least a year to come
Meantime the national debt mut be largely
increased, and worse tttll this ques'ion,
which has fro per ly nothing to do with, par
ti: mutt Invariably entangle itself with
thepartisan Issues of tbo next Presidential
election, wit's the probable result of post
poning the relief required until 1897.
- This Democratic Coegrct hat the power-
the obligation and the opportunity to act'-
If it fails it will confess lie Incapacity and
discredit its patricwicra. In that event the
President's duty will be clear to call an ex
tra settlor. i March and to ask the Repub
lican majority of the Fifty-fourth Congress
ta do what the Democratic eaahrty of t Le
c ljhylhlrd Congress failel lo do.
The power and tbe responsibility He wt-h
Congresa. The country watts to see If there
arc enough of brains and leadership there
to meet the emergency. N Y WhlJ.
The ssurce of the Mississippi River bat
long been a question that perplexed geog
raysie'a almost a much at tbe old ques-
i on t the source of the si Kile
3 Atterleaa proUesa hat si last been
to'Ttd. Dr Elliot Cooes has returned from
an exploring expedition intended to solve
this perplexing problem . It has been sup
posed that the source of tbe Mitsiatippi
River was in the meet northerly of the
lake which are so numerous around its
bead waters. Bat Ir Coue finds that there
are still more northerly feeders of these
lakeland the largest of these be has traced
to its source. It is a small spring sending
forth a stream eight inches wide and two
inches deep. But now that this source of
the Misisippi ha been discovered, there
conns alu the knowledge that the Missouri
is really the larger and longer river, and
its source it the one that ought kU give
name to the giant stream that divide oar
country into East and West, but unites it
North and South. Tbe Mississippi above
St touts u shorter than hat been thought,
while the Missouri is longer. There two
riven, with tbe Ohio and ibe Arkansas
rivers farther scu'-b, drain aa empire de-
fined to be richer than any like client cf
territory on this plancL
Tbe demand of Canadian seal poachers
for $125,000 damages for injuries done them
by stopping their illegal work may be less
than the count would award, hnt we ought
not to asrume this. Part of thi claim is
ia excess of ibe value nf vessels seized and
.'.(kin forfeited. Ia other words, we
art) to be cabled upvn to par dirxaget to
the poacher for in jury to a bosincs which
the commission decided was always illegal.
and which is strictly prohibited for the
future. That part of the poachers' claim
we thould fight a long as possible. Tbe
Government has some dignity to maintain,
and it cannot be altogether governed by a
question of dollars and cent, as an indi
vidual citinn might be. We ought not te
seek peace by conceding o-r liabilities to
damages on tbe points wherein the com
mission decided in our favor. On these
points we should probably win a second
time. If the compromise is made it thould
Include only pay far what cor crotsert act
ually seised and destroyed.
Uatsiu at Clay bas engaged a govern
st to give his young w'fs lessons in de
partment, music acd the ordinary branches
of learning. Mrs Clay Is only fifteen years
old sttd has little more than tbe rudiments
of an education. She hat had abcolu'ety
no advantage of society.
Mis Martin, tbe governess, ia expeded
to make a finished lady of he, and for this
she U to be paid a liberal salary.
The Clay live a retired life at White
Hall. Mr Clay ha been visited by none
of the neighbors, and neither she nor ber
sged huskand leaves the house. Tboy have
few servants. The young wife has been at
tending to the cooking, aa she did before
hr marriage. Gen. Clay is as devoted lo
CTbe beneficial effects of filtration of the
water tupply, says the Medical Neat, Oct 9
seem to be strikingly shown by tbe experi
ence of Girard College. Philadelphia. This
is loca'ed in the district which has been
for some years supplied by direct pumpage
that is, the Schuylkill water Is thrown
directly into the pipes. The typhoid death
rate for 1393 was quite high in that dis
trict, although apart from the bad water
the sanitary conditions are very favorable
At Girard College, however, there Is bat
little of the fever in a population of over
1500. All the water supplied to Ihe insti
tution Is thoroughly filtered.
The anti-toaine for difhlherla vat suc
cessfully used on a seventeen-ytar-o'd ltd st
New Haven, C last Sunday , HU condi
tion was critical before the remedy wat ap
plied, and the physican telegraptiod ta Mew
York for a supply of antt-toxine. The pa
tlent recovered with marvelous rapidity
after two applications. The SU'e Board
of Health of Connecticut has appointed a
sommiitee to ask the Legislature for $15,000
to establish an antl-toxine station.
A vibrating helmet for the cure of ner
vous headaches hat been dovlsed by a French
physican. It Is constructed of strip of
tteel, put in vibration by a small electromo
tor which makes 600 tutnt a minute. Tl a
lensation which it described si not anpleaa
ant, produces drowsiness; the patient falls
asleep under its Influence and awakes to find
that the ptln hat ceased.
The custom of holding funerals at night it
eald to be growing steadily in New York,
where there appear to be no Uw lo prevent
them. In Boston there it so ordinance
Which prohibits the burying of stiead body
at any other time than between sunrise and
sunset, except by special permission . '
In Corinth, about the time of Christ,
figs brought two cents.
Frsm esrryjular Correspondent.
WAsnixoTOW, Jan. 14, 18o5.
UI10 rainbow which your correspondent
thought lie taw through the clouds in the
democratic sky last week was amirsge.
There rift In the cloud. .nd tan-
gutne democrats thought the rainbow was
juat behind and that the Ions storm wot
over; that the tun was again about to thine
upon a united democracy. But evenwhile
rancmtuliifinna mor lislnir xrha.nmd tha
- - d
rut wat closed, darkness asaia prevailed. 1
and the storm desnon wat again supreme
in the black and lowering clouds which
throud (lift futnrunf ill a damneratifl Dtrtv.
Sectary Carli.le wat ntlurally diatp-
, a . . ... . l u
pointed that forty-odd democrats thould
nave jotnea with the recubiicant ami pop-
uiittt to prevent Lit currency reform bil
from reaching a dit vo-e in ihe House
c. t , , , , , ,
wiwr 11 nau oecn approvta oy uvmucrwuc
caucus, but he spent no time in "trying
over spilt mlik" hi isn't that sort of a
ws n. .1 . k-t.,i.
. ., .. .... .
iu wurs tu iFcerrain me reuaun iur lum
democratic opposition end wbelher it wat
possible to overcome It. Hit investigation
-.,i 1 :. . k-i:. ,,-.,,
encouraged him to believe that a currency
oiu can yet be pawed and ne it now en-
KKed in perfectinir it and expects to tub-
mit it to the House committee in a few
. - -
.:.i. j..:,..- nnM..t eV iys
'"t - r- I
in watumeiesxantwerioiuenew oa.cu
ot wall btreet rumor concerning setretary 1
Democratic Senator. s'ao trying to
arrange a currency reform bill that can be
passed, and tbe .senate t inance committee,
preBtiog byibe experience of tbe House
, . , . . .
Banking and Currency eommtUee, which
reported a bill before ascertaining the sen-
timent of a inaiorUy of the House towards I
:ti . i nn i,;n nnt;i it
- -i i
one that it certain to past the Senate, if
that is possible- I
Certain Senators are waatiag valuable
t;m. t. i .r. .nnnr;. I
. f . W
is no prooabi'ity ot meir succeas, out en
if the appropriation failed, the tax would
till be collected; tbe only differenoe being
that with the appropriation made the tax
wilt be easier collected. The suspicion it
gaining ground that the real object it sot
to defeat thi appropriation bat to kill time
and thus prevent other tgialaien.
The Hoot Kara! Commit' basla
ttritar tjstjt-I ft ft Utiifesg ft
Wtr-ethlp rcojieJ by ttatkuf
Herbert shall be presided fr in the Naval
Appropriation bill shortly to be reported
to the House.
Again pressure it being brought to hear
upon Prestder-t Cleveland to tend a special
message to Coogre, urging the necessity
for financial legislation at th? prevent
tion, but he ha not yet cocsented to do to.
because be ha not been convinced that it
would do any good.
A number of minor official connected
with the Land Office may toon find ibem-
selves dropped from t'ee'e Samuel's pay
roil, because of their bavicg engaged ta a
little srhjrce to raie money to pay the e
peosea of a lobby which was to try to defeat
the hgt'atim necessary to carry out Sec
retary Smith's recommendations conoern-
ing changes in the Land Otfi'. The Sec
retary ha publicly howa bis disapproval
of the scheme, which ha only lately
brought to his attention, and intimated
that be thought the ffaod of the service de
manded the d'smissal of those actively en
raged In working it up
How tftt'e It take 10 build up a Wash
iigtow smtatioa my be ja-4gei from sum
pxpie seeing, or pretending to see. ia
d'ntrrr given to Joe Jencron, the acor, by
Secretary Larrion!, a few cv.-oirrgs agv.
movent! lor a n3w-rartiio financial bill
in Congre. The only reaon fur such
belief was Ihe ariecdaace the dianer of a
nambcr of prominent republican's and dem
ooat, including Secretary Cariitle, attor
ney Geaeal O'ney, Chairman Wilson, Sen
ator Hilt aad Kepresrna lr EvtreU among
tbe democrat, and Ex-speaker Reed. Seea
tor Morrill, Shctrnaa and Hawley among
the Republican. It teems a piy to destroy
such sa interesting s:ory, bat it can be slat
ed open the very best authority thst the
guest at thi dinner were, usual ia sack
cases. Invited becsae they were known to
be persoodl friends ot toe guest cf honot
Mr Jeflefaoa aad no: wi h any IJea of
snaking the dinner a Isxtvi' In the Congress
lioeal sit sa'ioQ.
Cnr of the Eye.
Mother J do not always realise how im
portant a part the eyes play lo tne genera
heal h of their children. For examplr.tnany
would never cosrect a atoraaci trouble,
naasea an! appirent Indigestion with an
imperfect ejt focus, but ocu'iste meet these
case every dav. Lste'ya young woman
has been rel'evtd from all the svmloms of
nersou pros tra! ion by a ptlr of carefully
selected g!ac. A chi:d of tea suffered
persistent ly ith a headache just over the
eyes: tonics were prescribed. Sod she wa
taken from tchool.sil to no ports', till her
sight wss teste I. There was the irouLle,
and sp :cuclci were the remedy Every
mo'he' s'iculd mskc a few rul.s in thi
matter a.td alw no transgression uf them.
Ih no, let childten read in he owrateg
k(tra th alaava has beaa wasrre4 atom it
eye. Never read by a failing light. If
study nitisi go oa by gaslight, and this
should not be allowed if partible lo prevei I
provide each ch;ld with one of the '-heap
brown or green cardboard shades to be had
from ttalioner. A yel'ow shaJe should
cover an electric light used to retd by. Do
not allow children 10 fall into the essv and
Injuriout habit of rubbing the eyes at any
unusil sensation In them. Give them tbe
old rule rub the eye with the elbow only,
because you cannot .
At the Bombsy Zj-j'oilci! Uirdeni the
skin of a tea serpent sixty-four feet in
length i on exhibitior.
Bhdt n by developing about tbrre timet
tt much horse power per pound of weight at
Pottagt stamps sre gummed by a stare n
paste made from potatoes.
Special announcement. Owing to the
Increased demand for Crayon Portraits I
have decided to put In a portrait and
frame department, so It will not be nen.
esiary to send work to Chicago cr San
Francisco. I have a skilled artist to assist
in finishing my crayons, and positively
guarantee satisfaction. Tinkle the pho
tographer. Don't Trade with Conn & Huston
Unless you want goud groceries ahd
produce a, the lowest prices and first class
treatment. You can cct them there.
They are open early and la'e to serve the
piiouc, ana a trial will convince any one
of the tact,
Oate, JOo -Flour,
Butter, 20?. .
Lard, 12 to lie-
Pork hams,l2 to tSe; rhonldere,t,r010ci
te. it to ISo.
A ! ,,
1 ' J ' ' ' M
THE SALE CONFIRMED.
Bonner & Aammond Now Own the
O. IV -
CoRVAtus, Or, Jan 19. The old 0 P it
told and out of it misery and everybody
he" a look of satisfaction. Judge Fuller-
Attornevt Nash and ttVnr!-.i.rfrd ma,l
objection on the ground that the amount
n-.l ) !.:- 1 j n. 1 11 '. 1
uu, uiu uvg vgg 1 igov VDSl Will
What Will Be Done?
I tr-ill .1 n n . . - .
,. " That a.a u ?',u "V't
unlay. Tbatuependt. If Walls Nash
appears with $..000 It will not be. Will
tit appear, it Is nr.t known in this city
vnjaq a. a man teiearapled Jada-a Fall
op ttom 46 Broad street. Sew York
snai in case 01 an extension or time lie
would appear and bid flW.OCO. Will he
do to. If neither appears then Judge
Fulterton will undoubtedly confirm the
he following from the Daily
MiflM,iM published at Mr Bonnert
home. Is Ol IntCrett s
"Whether or not the sale of the Ore
f "actnc rauroaa aaa its purchase Dy
Bonner and Hammond of this city will
q ,(. rooat absorbing qoss-
tion jn Oregon jutt now. It is also of
nnutual Interest to the people of Mitsou
1. J ti t. t -la
inu vicoity, oecause 01 me residence
KaII. naiBl,.... a 1 I . t at. t . 1
uym (isrun cunonnu wun tne oeai
in their midst. This ntr.at K.. Un
revived by the return of Mr Bonner.
who arrived litre yeaterday alter an
nceoi several weeks at points.
and t have bought the property with
tne expectation at developing it. as it
stands today the propertv is of no pai
ttcular value, but if tbe sale ia confirmed
We shall put in enough mooer to make
a railroad out of the O P.' Mr Bonner
is now waiting for Judge Fullerton to
confirm the tale. When that is done be
ui ,.u. i I. r....;. , i ik.
Drort Mr j-rrTr.;.td in
tbe purchase with several railroad men
of lartre experience and ample means,
And when tbe sale is confirmed the con
structed portioo .( tbe road will prob-
aoiy at once oe pot to moron grt repai:
and arranaemema made as tepidly as
POMtOie lor an extension ot the road
Mr Bonner is now in New York.
A W 1 1 j.-Jj! Discovery.
No disease U more common amooz the
people than acorfuia. Handed dowa from
generation to generation. It t found In
neariy every iamuy. In some torm. it
may mtae H aweax-aoava In dreadful
rMsf , n reslkftaa i the ntxtw
gsrtsre, er h rvaStost of varied farms
Attacking the mucous membrane It may
be known at eatarrb, or ilrreleplng ia the
longs It may e and often I the prune
cause oi consumption.
la whatever UrTi crofriia nsy msna-
fel Itseif, Hood Saruparilla ia it invet
erate foe and conqueror. Thi roed'eine
ui sucn pewerf ul alteraUvt and tiiailaing
effects upon tne bioxl tht every traoe of
impurity It eapejled. and the b-aod is
made f ten, pure and hcalihy.
Danger Frora Catarrh.
The mist important fea'.ure m'nitt that
very eoarsM coms:a!nt. catarrh ia tbe
head. Is its tendency to develop into some
other more serious and dangerous disease.
The foul matter roppiig from the head
Into the b.ochiat tube or ling I very
liable to lead to bronchitis or consumption
that destroyer bleb causes more deaths
to tnrs country tban any other diaaaae.
A catarrn originate to impuntle in tbe
blood, local app'ictios can do bat little
good. The comana aanae method of
reatment It to purify the blood, and tor
hi purpose there I no preparx Jon
upertov lo Hd' SarsapariUa. The
owertul actlot ul this medicine npun the
looJ expels evert jrlty, and bv so
otnf; carjs cttarr s aa I g-re-. heiith to
he entire organism.
Only one grace of Paolo at Tinkle;
diflereot site from $1.15 to $70.00 per
001. csAtncU gi.co up
Shiloh'e Cure, the great cough and
croup core, is In great demand.. Pocket
a I aue contains twentr-n ve d only J5C.
Children love if. S&1 by druggist.
Tha best roat mffr ta Ukl a'.y t Orwad
Coa vALLia, Jan. 18. The Ttule sisters
played nere last nlgbi to a crowded hcise
It Is uedaubtedlv the beat show that ha
vtsRed this piaae tor tear.
are nrti ciat actor.
on Sunday, January 13. 1S35. by EUerT P
Goodman, at the rsridettee cf the bride s
parents, Mr Henry C Bilyeu and Vat
vVilma Caravan, all of Linn county.
CON X B ABI NGTON . On Wed at e-
day evening, Jan 16, 1S9S, at the home
01 the bride, in Albany, by Iter J T
Abbett, Mr Joshua B Conn and Mias
Anna owbington. Mr and Mrs Conn are
two of Lion county's popular resident.
who have many friends here and else
where who ill wishlbem happiness and
prosperity. They will make their borne
ou ai -tou larui near in is city.
The cetemoaiy, impressively performed
wss in the presence of relatives and in
timate friends, home useful and valna
ble presents wre presented tbe hanoy
couple as follows: Mr and Mrs Babing-
mn. set stiver knives and forks; Mr aod
Mrs Root Conn, set silver knives and
forks; Mr and Mrs Perry Conn, hanging
lamp; Mr and Mr N D Conn, set silver
tea spoons; Sri t Conn, tvtrp pitcher
silver butter knife; Mr and Mrs J L Un
derwood, silver sal; and pepper set; Mr
and Mrs P Y Dcncen, silver salt and
pepper set; Mr aad Mrs Austin, ilase
sen ditb ; Mrs KetH db, hand worked
bedspread; Mr and Mrs R K Conn, set
china plates; Rev and Mrs Abbett, fruit
dish; Mitt Ella Vaaahan, fancr card re
celver; Mr J McCbesney.set fruit dithes;
Mrs aictjbetney, sola pillow ; Lira Conn,
CCMMINGS. -In Oakland, Or., on Sat
urday morning, l.m 19, IS95, after a short
illness, the six year old ton of t hat Cum-
mings, formerly of Albany.
STELLMAKER. On Friday morning,
Jan 18, 1895, at his home in Albany, afttr
a lingering illness, Mr Ernest Stcllraaker
at the age of TI years. The deceased came
to Albany from Wisconsin ia abou l&ilO
and hat lived a very quiet life, having been
in feeble health. He it highly spokan of
by those knowing him. He leaves a wife,
eight sons, thrifty industrious citizens of
1'ie valley, and two daughters.
at all times. . ,
than anything else.
of all external remedies
For lame back, stiff joints,
sere- muscles, soreness in
the back, chest or side.
Tha Only Bats Way, waa angering, la
ta Inalu an harliic "Aucoca a."
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allooctt'a Bunion Shields,
Mav as equal aa a retltl and car (or com
are purely vegetable j a safe and
effective remedy for young and old.
All Sizes. For Fat and Lean Peo-
plc, Young and Old.
Mr Leeds, the new staia riii .;.im.
ly ha some favorites, a mnl swim,
papers and Mr LeeJ former paper the
Tidings i appeared with supplement printed
luir.oauiu j.rinung omce. Mr ll it
an excellent man and the matter may be all
right, but it looks funny.
Tbe Eugene Guard is sa crr.wdI with
borne advertising that it it running an extra
page. Two men alone are running half
page ads. 1 bat is Lugene style and it at
leant does much to make utoidr think the
city is a live business center.
Thi it a peculiar world. ..The laboring
man workt like a Trojan and gets pay for
his actual work down to the hour. Dolpb
it in Oregon working for Dolpb and draw
ing 120 a day for working for the govern
ment and the member of the state iepula
tare who adjourned on Thursday will re
ceive $3 a day for Friday and Saturday
and ride on free pastes.
As n trial mem 'jet of tbe legislature are
trying to see bow many bills they can in
troduce, on almost every subject reouestsd.
II there is ever a time in a man s life when
he make a fool of himself it i when be
get in th legislature. Tbe men who
introduce the fewest bill as a rule serve
their constituency best Tbe statute books
of Oregon tra already full of rot.
All the papers are teilinir the following:
K good s'ory is told of a lazr and knua
rious farmer whose farm lies along tbe John
uay river. lie called at a neighbor s horse
recently. "Sit don; sit aowu;" said the
neighbor. 1 don t know aa 1 ought." re
plied the farmer, bat nevertheless he
down. After tome talk about the crop
and tbe value of an adjoining piece of land,
the fanner said slowly: "1 don't know as
i ought to be sitting here. 1 came over to
ee if 1 could get a Udder; our bouse is
General Lew Wallace told aa audience of
Grand Army people in New York how he
came to write -Ben Hur." He lectured ia
the Calvarr Baptist church. Said he in
part: "The opening sentence in "Ben
Hur is. "Where is be that is king of the
Jewsf"' This quotation is from the Bible,
and. altbeoKh I was cot a student nf the
Scripture prior to tbe war. 1 was much trs-
preoaeii by this momentio qoestion daring
my omvaJewernce after the war .and I derter-
minea to write my conoeptjon ot tne wise
men af tbe East going to find the king of
tbe Jews "
Aa exchange says that Mr Ira Smith, of
Monmouth, one of the representatives of
Peak coamrr. aavw taal na nmh of tKa
Mate Nettusi school, at Metnonth, will
an for a small approsrriattoa. so as to
meet the running expense of the institution
of learning. Another man i asking for
an appropriation for a graded school in
Klamath county. Albany thould be given
aa appropriation f Jr her splendidly man
aged ecUeife, just a much. A farce will
be made of this whole to nets. Higher
eduation u t pleadiJ thing; bet it is jor4
a splendid a thing in Albany as it i in
Monmouth, unun, ivogeoe, t.erraiiu or
any other town.
Mr Dolph will have plenty of votes to
spare next Tuesday. Six at $1000 apiece
isonly Stajoo. Perhaps Uiey will not
cost any thiag. At any rale the vote
will show np for Dolpb.
Hanker Caaick of Albany. Ex-Senator
Hilton ot Tbe Dalies National bank are
here in the interest of Da'.oh. It can
readily be seen, that beakers -are tbe
real support of Dolpb. while the support
ers of Tongue, Pulton and Lord are voie-
tna the eminent oi two-tbirds ol tbe
voters of Oregon. Saietu Journal.
A bill has been introdeced ia the lesif-
latnre providing for the punishment cf
parties engaged in "charivari. It should
pas. As a matter of fact they can already
be poai$hed for disturbing the reace.
As usual tbe Irarialalnre voted 90 trpiet
of the code. I I each member, at $13 a
copy. $150 threwn away. Thi u economy
with a vengeance. Only two members in
the bouse voted against it Uofer and Smith.
They deserve kg marks.
Tbe aaiarr of tbe aheriff aad two dfpalies
in Marion county it $5,900. and that of the
assessor is $4 per day, yet the county court
ot tnat county puts tocn an elastic con
strucUoa upon tbe salary lawthat it allowrt
Ibe theria J10.000 and tbe assessor
Did you ever hear cf the "Salem hog?"
The regulalare boot without its funny
tide. Here 1 one: McOien openly in
sulted Senator Alley ea the hoar f the
senate luesday. The latter went to him
about some matter in connection with coa
firmicg the Pertnoyer tegents to the Stale
university. McGinn said: "Get away
aad don't bother tut, 1 don't care any
thiag for the Lane county delegation aay-
A specimen of a man half drunk and
half sober, at that tage where be is very
innocent and rerv sillv. a mixture cf wis
dom and insanity, a conglomeration cf
man and mocker, half a clown and two
thirds a fool, was seen at the drot this
not-n. lie sane and hummed, talked and
winked, so conspk-oocifdy as to be the center
01 attraction . roor deiuuea man.
Th Slate Insurance Company of Salem
ia endeavoring to secure a little protection,
two per cent on gross business, through the
legislature. A bill hs been introduced in
that buoy for the taxation of the gross re
eeiptt of foreign insurance companies doing
business in this state. It should be de
feated. It i one of the measure providing
for the robbery of tbe people who insure
their property for the Woe tit of home cer
aerations Pendleton K. O Insurance is
already high enewfh, sunk a tax would
mean so mush high insurcace.
A f truwr recjueets the Piyuoca at lo pub
lish the following: Work for the ur.in
ployed on roadbuilding has been tried with
auccee in some cities of Germany. At
Manebeim work was given at stone-break
trig and repairing the roadways and parks.
The workmen were not placed under the
direct charge of the trade, unions. Better
work and more of it was done than was ex
pected, and the self lespact of the men was
preserved. At Cologne it was found that
at soon as the city provided even very low
wages several employes dismissed work
in whom they would otherwise have kept
In Magdeburg it was found that any rate
higher than 34 cents a day would attract
laborers from other work. In the United
States wages have not come so close as this
to the starving point (Germany, by the way,
has a protective tariff also), and it would be
possible to give the unemployed work oa
our roads at a living wage without meeting
with the difficulty encountered in German
cities. Our states need improvement of
their roads. It would be cheaper for the
puhiio to give to the unemployed work
at repairing the roads than to support
them as nowia unproductive and invol
A Moment's Delay
s painful In a case ol toothache, and so, at
you note, Santa tjlaus didn't wait an in
stant, but retorted to oar toothache drops
at once. Ot course, he was at once re'lev.
ed and able ta proceed about hit gracious
business as pleasantly a before. Don't
fool with Pre or toothache, but drop tt al
once. Our prescription department It
unsurpassed In the country. The prepa
ration of medicines 1 our apeclaliy. Vl'e
upp'ament the skill ot an eqpeit phsrma
clst with a stock ot absolutely pure and
fresh drugs, which commands the praise
and confidence ot all local physicians.
We also carry all the tttndard medicines
and a full line of toilet and manicure
articles, which are just the Idea for holi
0r Prise's cream ttJctng Powder
, World's PsJr tgwaat Award. .
i TheVeatnsr. "
Saturday and Sunday, rain or anew,
stationary temperature. River, 8 feel.
F M French, ditplayman.
VODXaXI Da APJJZO
Sax Fkaxcisco, Jan. 18. The steamer
Alameda arrived from Auckland and
Hydner, via Homlnlo,thie afternoon and
brongut news ol a revolution and blood
shed at Honolulu. Charles L. Carter,
who wan one of the annexation commis
sioners, was killed and several govern
ment supporters were wounded. There
hat been much fighting, and at least 12
natives have ben killed. Nearly 200
royalists are under arrest. Robert Wil
cox is the leader of the rebels. The
lighting was still in progress when the
Almetla left Honolulu, January 11. but
the government forces had practically
overcome toe revolutionists.
W asiuxotox, Jan. 18. The treasury
gold reserve was reduced by today's
withdrawals to $70,712,128. The second
bond issne raised the gold reserve to
$111,000,000. Since November 22. when
the go 1.1 from tbe second issue began to
than $40,000,000 gold received from that
issue, whkh1td,with rZI
lociieu. li ia irnrr nasi iaa mrtwa
fw,uw. Auewiuiarawaiaior export I
it n. n ... . . . ' -..
cun! auy uneaainees among tne
A asstail Castse.
feACKAMKXTo, Jan. 18 Harvey Mor
gan, aged 21 years, shot and killed his
brother, Monroe Morgan, aged 25 years,
at their ranch about an hour's drive from
(Sacramento, today. The charge in the
iratricide's gen blew the top of bis broth
er's head off. Then he walked into his
room and killed himself with the same
weapon. Tbe rounsr men were ranchers
ana had a quarrel about who should cook
A aUs Slwrrtewac.
At'CKLAJCP, N. Z., Jan. IS. Advice
from the Fiji islands report that a terri
ble hurricane swept over the whole arroup.
doing great damage to shipping. Many
lives were lost and s number of build
ings destroyed and plantations ruined.
Five churches atSoara col la peed. Tbe
Anglician church was unroofed. Some
of the bonded stores were wrecked, but
tbe sugar mills were not injured,
i A Teat Caae.
Sas Fxa3bco, Jan. 18. Three Chi
nese gamblers have brought suit against
the chief of police and two policemen,
aggregating $15,000, for their arrest.
Tbey bad previously sued the police for
damages to person and property lor
breaking into their retorta.
live Feet est tasv.
Ditch Flat, CaL, Jan. 18. There
have been GO hours of steadv snow, and
there is now five feet on tbe level. Boots
have been shoveled off to prevant esmah-
isg. Passenger trains are moving slowly
vt est, but not to the Last. Eotanes are
a SMs fantl wss.
On aha, Jan. 17. A petition will be
filed in St. Louis. Saturday, before Judge
Sanborn, looking to the foreclosure of tbe
nrst mortgage on the maid line of tbe
Lnion Padhc road. The mortgxjre is for
$33,000,000. Tbe petition is npMeed to
have been prepared at tbe irrrtanre of the
trustees of the nret mortgage bonds in the
office of Winalow A- Pierce .of New York.
benator-elect J. M. Thurston, attorney
for the Uniirn Pacific receivers, will go to
(. Louis tomorrow. He will represent
Bctte, Mont., Jan. 17. The public
funeral over the remaint of the firemen,
poiicemea and others killed by Tuesday
night s exr lornon will take place tomor
row. It will be a gloomy spectacle. All
tne nearyes in town have been engaged
for the occasion, and, in addition to the
public funeral, a number of tbe dead will
be eiven private funerals at the homes
of relative. The financial loss is much
smaller than was first estim:ed, not
reaching over $ IX) .000.
P.kno, Nev., Jan. 17. Today is the
fifth anniversary of the anew blockade of
five years ago and, from present indica
tions, another one is about due. It has
been snowing here since early morning.
1- mcnea nave tauen and about iu inc&es
remain as a reminder ol winter. Tbe
enow is falling very fast. It is eizht feet
00 the level at Trockee and still piling
op. Three feet aid a half have alien
A Sew ArrwaieaseaC
Sas Fkjlkcisoo, Jan. 17. All the in
surance managers but two have signed
the new compact of the Board o! Fire
Underwriters, the successor of the Pa
cific Insurance Union, which went to
pieces recently, when 14 out of 13 mana
gers withdrew. A new and simpler oon-
emuuon nas Deen adopted.
Siokase, Jan.. 17. The snewsiide 10
miles from Kaslo. B. C, killed three
miners, Moore, McMillan and Charles
Mitchell, owners of the Eureka mine,
wno were on tneir way to the mine irona
Kalso. Tbe two miners workine 00 the
Silverton mine, in the a'ide'd path, are
-Saswl law raafc-
Skattu, Jan. 17. Tbe identity of
Paul Jones, the round-the-world tramp
who is making money by traveling in
stead of spending it, 'was discovered to
day in this city. His real sovme is E. C
Pfeiffer, and he graduated from Harvard
college w ith the ciare of 1SS9.
Ca-Cav rttadwleh Faaerml.
Siux, Jan. 16. The remains of ex
Governor Chadwick will be interred in
Rural cemetrv, at Salem, Fridav after-
... . vt .. ..r .
noon, iiigu .Masonic nooors will oe oe
stowed, tbe services being under the
Scottish Rite degree, beginning at mid
night tomorrow in the Methodist church.
Friday at 2 :30 P. M. the grand lodge of
the state will nav an official trihnte in
the same church and attend the funeral
in a body. Letters and telegrams, bear
ing teeumony to tne universal love and
esteem in which he was held, have been
pouring in on the Iamuy since hts death
Will St rraweemsed.
Sas Francisco, Jan. 16. United State
District Attorney Knight has concluded
to proceed with the case against CP.
Huntington, for whom a warrant was
asked for the issuance of an interstate
railroad pass. Knight is preparing all
the facts in the case, and willl refer them
to the attornev-sreneral at VaRhnHn
for investigation and instructions.
Knight sava Uuntintrton ia not tlis nnlv
railroad man in CsJiiornia accused ot is
suing interstate passes,
S.TTUt, Jan. 16. J. B. Libbey, who
was first deputy under Jacob Jenn
treasurer of Island countv, is a defaulter
in the sum of SthJO. He hoodwinked the
county commissioners when they exam
ined his accounts. He has lived in the
county SO years, and held numerous of
fices. Jennehaa niadogood the short
age from his own fortune. libber has
not been nr rested,
Loxdox, Jan. 16. The Pall Mall Ga
zette says : "France is now in the throes
of the in oft menancing . crisis since the
downfall of the second empire. The re-,
public has proved sterile. France would
prefer an effective autocracy, but where
is the pre-tenderT The Napoleons are in
visible, Count De Paris is dead and the
Due d' Orleans is deplorably indiscreet.
lit Vated haws.
Wasuixotox, Jan. 16. After a debate
covering over a week, the senate today
voted down Hill's proposition to refer
the legality of the income tax to the
courts, only five senators joining with
Hill in supporting the proposition. But
the vote was not taken until late in the
day, and up to that time there was a
spirited debate, that the Hill proposition
had called out.
- Iw Senator. .
Helena, Mont., Jan. 10. The legisla
ture met at noon today in joint session
and in the presence of 5000 people Lee
juanue ana xnomaa ii. v&ner were duly
declared elected United States senators.
Both responded with speeches.
Ladle who wear to 4 shoes will find
it to their Interest to call at Klein tl Du
brullle't where wrae f eat bargains will be
GIVEN UP ALL HOPE
Eezettva, Turning to Blood Poison.
Treated by Specialists Beven Month
without One Particle of Success.
BODY RUNNING SORES.
Condition Terrible. Life a Harden.
Tried Cli'llCTJBA In Three Day At
tends to Business. Cure FerotwaeaC
la the Trlnc of tsoi I took that Creadfal sklw
disease, Eezetna, which tarncl into Lbxai yuiwm
1 CJtHasviited toa beat kaowa s(Kialiau ta tbt.
erty. Tney rrearea m lot
SVBca nwiitlt tml I neer
derireu a lartiet of
pwtl (ma aar of tttesn.
fChr t'l K.irtt it srw a
a bnf cure. 1 wao
emrrft with sore froaa
bead foot; I bad run
ninir ail over aae,
aoma nt tbem a Urge a
a los of joor 4 tTirta.
It rA4 Hi hcareila of
dotUrt with 1b ro
1 ca-ii thecal a. Mf
eomirrioo wra tarrtbie,
t. HI0 sw alwaoat a tardea
(, sa I crabi sue nr,
Jtt'l drink, or arp. I wa
llJl ?rV cral
memn. l v-nt
I lw.it 1
the first doatt cf your f'rnrcaA Besot-
yr. -at v-rall3CrT!'5r-doe bottle at
fnnrji llK-.LVtvr I wu a aw anao. . Ia
inc Z, f bi.a vl H L U tTTSCTra sod
Cfnv A Ut.;i t-T taa aa.ed nt 'roattaa
k . .Wh. Tita two rears aco- Iwaatee
to scr if it tart tca t'.rt-n out cf any system,
asd I ea say I fcs.o Bcver fcad ar.y t wbi siaca
ffir tvrJ . sa--j- ilL9. IHlnJ,
gold tVostVt th raCCTarcaa.
Se.; o.r, tie.; Ki"e." 1- J-rras Wss
Cai. I oar-, no 1'sucaiese, Batoa.
f-ItowtaCaeiiaClata,"' auOed fraa.
FI.K3, btackaeada. red. vobc. chapped, and
auy asaacoieo ay
Irrr -'y relieved fcy a Cwts
cara riastcr, hscias tt vs-
talisai tbe nas-re ta
f Caveat ndTcsdewMacieatasd.BadaI Pa.
laattaaaoaoaceas asocjaarw pxaw.
tOvw Oaweesa 0oaiTt-U. . Warcary O
V adise, fat tvatavrafrM ar as
rte aa was Owe t. Am Seat as
a waaaaanxy. rio w vi a " i
th U.S. aad Mwaacaa
Lame Bacx ic .
cs. sj:ei'$ electsis ezu
k With Eh
t n in
SAMOCSI CLCCTtrtO CO-,
ka. It Vara SMrnn. roJrTVlAB Cf
JKST SATlGalAL BUK,
or ALBAST, oaaoon
raASTSACTs a oksixal - "i
AOJOCyrs rt swajats ta shar
aaCaTTEXCSASCKaadtat Taaasc traaaf r, WMd
Kaw Vera, San fi laLlau. Casoaja aad ratiaad
.O -MCTIOn CADtwa fasaralt arasa
W. CUSICK X '! -XSIER
or A-BAJIT, owreaoa,.
TIAWSACTs saiiial naatrsr
P SAW SIGHT MLAfT. aa 5aw T, Saa l
eaaad rwrrtaas. Oraraa.
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