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WAREHOUSES FILLING UP
I M M BNSK VOL-
The Union Label
A badge of honor
Contained on all
Our Fall Garments
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
TEARINtj DOWN CARR FENCE
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ttlorr klpt "HITl!l I IK' ll"
a, ik. A..dilunl t rum u full
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10 tw Mnt tn RBBOVa tli) now fit-
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alnlatioai, Inn M word linn bmi
s I WS a I ft
1 bin Iimii in IViiilltHon recently.
HO', t'ipeci n wiiru iruiu urn
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:r iiii.m' raw-sit n uii'iHrr im-i 1-
ConmaDicatiini ii ilitlicult, as
fliru" " ,,'.,ii,i nun rr in ,111
ItiNidtlitsirately ten r inn down the
a. 'in ini' untiiatri-r 11 ill r h l'ih
iiv to uve (hi' 1 1 1 11 1 1 r 1 it 1 h . ir n if 11-
lirt. bv nsmiivinu tlmm. If Hiik
ess il will MVH tin- government
npMMt, u well as Iiimiik an eco-
lhn.it. U.ul,.l VI .11 .........
1 vyn.j ..laitiiitti .inirnr will limit.
tort HI tllM twin,. I 1 . ll.Ultu III
(Me VI I lint iit 1'i.r.tf 11 1 I v ..Ytritct.
trOffl Him sarlli ...ill lliu uiiru .i.iitl.
W. A fas husky laborers ur
coufulown tin- MM wnil Ml the
IN with itoatnnsB ami dispatch.
TlMf Will he BO unnecessary delay.
Thne portions of the fence which re
UBdt ol Mtone will in' blaxtwi down,
"(in vnu HUfitoHe Uttputy Marfllinl
Marit will BMJMWilB interferencie f rom
1 0 1 vi.iin.i guwrdinK Cnrr'a intr-
itH "" WAN Hiki',1 ,il UN mil' "In "III
I in Portland.
"WhII," wan tliH reply, "they had
1 hetter not try to place any obstruc
tion in 1 1 ih way. If they do they
i will find theiiiHnlve up aRainnt a Her-
iouh propoHition. liiterierence witn
the duties to he performed means cou
Niilerahle in this case, for the kovitii
iiient is hack oi the deputy. Any
lilocks tfirown in the wuv n Morse by
the ('arr mople is contempt of court,
and interference with a government
officer in the discharge of his duties.
No, 1 guess the officer will not be din
turhed in hie work. "
Arrivals at Hotel Pendleton.
K. K W oiner. Cincinnati.
I Warren, f'ortland.
.1 (ireen, Portland.
.las 0 liegen, Philadelphia.
.1 W Sawver. Walla Walla.
Mrs Hiiv I. Sherwin Ashland.
Mrs V fl l.iiinbsen. Portland.
P W .lackson, Portland.
- tl Newton, San Francisco.
C tl Pearson, MiuneaHilis.
.1 B Kilter. Portiaad.
J U Lane, Pacific Kxoresn C
Andy tl Nylander, Tacooia.
mil Harris, Portland.
' ieo Khert, Weiser.
Sig Nlederberg, Oliirago.
Bart lev Stioa, San FranciHCo.
i) .1 Plielpg, Milton.
.1 II Kloeckner, Spokane.
.1 K Lathrop, citv.
.1 I Thompson, Wulla Walla.
1) Mliuita, Hpokaue.
W tl Colwell, Arlington.
P M BlWwIl, Spokane.
K Jacobson, Portland.
Mrs J I) I it ion : Walla Walla.
Mrs F M Boniiey, Walla Walla.
DO YOU NEED
OONS; OR AN
Moything in the
jei 1,IU -
tilTi V. ti
1 nr. sj t m
Oeatnesi Cannot oe Cured
by local application.!.. tliuy cauuot roacb IU
iluauaauil portlou ol (In- uar. Then) U only one
way to euro doalnomi. and tliat la by coutliin
noual rametllM. Ia(uttw U oauawl by au lb
11,1111, '.1 1111. in ol (in- iuiicou liuiuK ol tb
buau.blaii tube. Wliun lliln tube gou In
Itamud yon uavo a ruiubliiiK nouiiil or linper
1... , ii.rimi Mini wl.uu 11 1 uiitlroly cloa. il
ili'ln la lliu ruault. auil uuluaa tbe lullauiuia
tlou eau bu lakon out ami inn. luot.' retloreu u
It normal coudltlou, Imarlug will b Ueatroyuil
lorovnr, mu caWM out ol ton are cauel b
calarrb. wblob 1 uotblug but ab luUau.l
t'.inaitlou ol tbo uiucoua aurlai-oa Wo will givr
one bumlroil ilollara lor uuy uau ol iloatuc!.
icauauil by caurrb) tbal uaduol be curvU b
llall'a (ialarrb t;ur. Huml lor . in ulara, Irtie.
K. J. CHKNKV dt OO.. Tultulo, (I
Hold by all drogglau. lie
llall'a Kaiully Hllla are bast
She Sldn't Wear a Bask,
liut her beautv was completely hid
den bv sores, blotches and pimples till
she tised Bucklen's Aruica Salve.
TtsM they vanished as will all eruption-.,
fever sores, bolls, ulcers, car
buncles and felons from its use. In
Ullible for cuts, corns, bums, scalds
and piles. Oure guaranteed 26c at
Tall man & Co.
Melons and Vegetables.
B, Martin receives every day fresh
shipments ol vegetable- and melons
BM they are the best 011 the market as
thev are specially selected lor Martin
by good judges ol melons aud veget
ables. If you need any good BBBMBI
for uauuiug you should leave your or
ders at Martin's. He alio has jars
j aud extra caps aud rubbers.
Old Soldier's Kspsrlease.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran
.. Wimd.-tatHr lud writes: "My
wife was sick a long time in spite of
good doctor's treatment but was Wbol
1. ...1 1.. II. t'liia Sim Life Pills.
Which worked wonders for her hualtb.
They always do.
at Talluian fc Co
But Little Selling Is Being Done-Prlee
Remain at 46, Growers Holding
Pendleton, Aug. 29.-Bnt little
wheat is being sold, excepting some
purchases made bv hit vera to HII nr.
ders. K. W. MrCnnias of Nrrhavt.rn
Warehouse Co., has bought 100, 000
bushels durinu the nast few .lava nH
other buyers nave purchased about as
much. Farmers are inclined to hold
48 to 60'cent idea as to values, and
buyers on the export basis cannot pat
more than 46 for No. 1 club. W. S.
Byers is biiviim but little. H ha. ail
hie warehouses filled, and iias been
compelled lo begin storing in his new
stone house which is not vet coin Dieted.
All hoaaes in town are being rapi Hv
filled, the grain cominn in in immense
Portland Wheat Review.
Portland, Ana. Lfl. The 1 001 mi' r, m I
Be v lew say :
The local wheat market during the
tast week has been a uniel one. NNM
ew sales have been made on H burlier
basis than the market warrants. A
number of "pools" ol wheat have been
made by interior farmers, but none of
them as yet passed into buyers' hands.
farm work is iWouressi 1111 raimllv
along the entire wheat belt, but no
county as yet has been reported as In-
isnen; 11 will ne 1 11 1 J v thirlv davs he-
fore any true knowledge ot the size of
the crop can be made. In the meitn
time exporters are buying wheat at
the market value. There i ptartj) ol
wheat this season, and no one n I be
afraid that they will not he able to OsV
tain all thev rei(iiire for vessels char
tered or to be chartered. Farmer in
many plarns have bled prices for what
they expect to realize on iheir crops
and are in no hurry to sell. There is
rtlwiiv- more or less selling going on by
1 great many tanners who are in n 1
I monev at the onenimr uf the iHitaiiii
and those that sell early have been the
gainer. In the past ten years, as the
season opens prices have been at the
ton ot the market and gradually de
clined to a legitimate working basis on
lull expoit value. ossein In port are
all working slowly, though two of
them have finished since our last re
view, having over l!t0,000 bushels on
hoard. The remaining ships are tak
ing their tune, not lor lack of wheat,
but to consume tiuie. Samples of Val
ley wheat have come in during the
week anil all show Ur- berry plump
and large. The Wtllamete valley this
vear will have an exceptionally fine
crop, ami most samples so far received
will pass as No. 1. Prices are at var
iance; exporters' bids are .V11. to 56c
lor club, alhough 58c has been paid for
some lots; blue stem, 5ti to 57c; vallev
is quoted ."7c per bushel.
Weather Bureau's Report.
Washington, Aug. N, - The Weather
bureau's weekly summary of crop con
dition is as lot lows :
The weather conditions of the week
ending August lid have been generally
favorable, except in tlie Middle aud
BOOtO Atlantic aud Fast dull slates
and Tennessee, where heavy rains
have damaged crops aud (interfered
with work, and in some districts wash
ed lands and caused inundations.
drouth conditions still prevail in
port ions ot Iowa, Oklahoma and lexas.
In the last-named slate it ha become
serious in localities, and rain is also
nee, led 111 Michigan, Nebraska, the
North Pacific Coast states, and tortious
of Kansas and Missouri. The temper
ature conditions have been favorable
lor best results, except in portion- ol
Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas,
.Nfcintana und Washington.
'Prlsso, Si. Louis and Bosion Wool.
Boston, Aug. 5511. Prices are being
fully maintained in the wool market
aud the buying continues steady. Al
though inanulacturers are purchasing
large lots, yet it is only for immediate
use and the continued absence of ifMjea
lation is noticeable. The bulk ol the
wool selling ooutinues in the territory
grades. The range of sales is yet
about the scoured basis 01 44 t 1
strictly flue lots, with tine medium at
40 to 43c. aud choice staple liues, 4nl
to 48c. Australian wools are aatot
Quotations Territory, scoured basis,
Moutana, fine, 14 to 17c; scoured, 44 to
46; tine medium, 14 to 16c; scoured, 4-
to 43c ; stable: ! to 17 ; scoured 40 to
4hc , i tab, Wyouiiug and Idaho tine,
LIU to 15c, scoured 44 lo 45c; fine
medium, l' to 14c, scoured, 40 to 4 '
staple, lti to 1 7c; scoured, 40 to 47c.
Autlraliau, scoured basis, spot prices
combing superfine, 74 to 75c; super, 71
to 7'-'c , gissl, 118 to 70c; average, 85 lo
tn16; Ivnx 12 to S; mink r to
11.25; marten dark Northern to $12;
do pale pine fl .50 to 2 ; musk rat A to
10c; skonk 25 to Soc ; otter land $S
to 7 utanther with head and claws per
fect, $2 to 5; raccoon, 30 to 35c; wolf,
mountain with head perfect fS.AO to
6; prairie wolf or coyote 80 to 75c ;
wolverine, 14 to $7 ; beaver, per skin,
large, 5 to H; do medium, per skin,
H to 17 : do small, per skin, $1 to 12;
do kite, per skins, 50 to 7.V.
IN THB GOOD OLD PASHONID DATS.
Powdered Wigs Formed an Important
Adjunct to a Gentleman's Apparel.
It is safe to say that the majority of
bald men of today would gladly revive
the old, dignified custom if thev
could. But, they can do the next
best thing to tt; that is, to revive the
growth of the hair nature gave them.
In cases'wbere the hair root or hair
bulb has not been completely destroy
ed hy parasites that infest it.'Vewhro's
Herpicide will do wonders in the way
of stimulating the growth of lifeless
and falling hair. Destroy the canse,
yon remove the effect. That is the
aeeanfal mission ol Herpicide
FOR A STUDENTS' CLUB
to BR USRD 1 on
"DAUGHTRR OF THB DIAMOND KING."
Opening Bill for the Frater on Tuesday,
l 'has. A. Taylor'e grand scenic pro
davtion, "daughter of the diamond
King." will be the attraction opening
at the Frazer opera bouse Tuesday,
September ft. The characters and
places have been taken from parts of
New York city and New Hampshire
with an exceptionally strong cast,
bea, lil I, the charming l.aBelle l.an
rattt( supported by W. A. Wlutecar,
an actor of considerable fame. faith
ful conception of the author's idea is
given. The charming love scene he
tween l a Belle l.anrette as "Nellie
Golden " and W. A. Wlutecar as
"dwight Perkins," preceding their
marriage, in the first art ol the play,
is one of the prettiest pieces of acting
that it has ever been a person's food
fortune to look upon. The plot oi the
plav is a simple one. .ret tilt told and
with sienery from Frank B, dodge of
the Herald Square theatre. New York
city, aud staged by 0. C. Craig ol the
Kmaduav theatre, New York city,
nnder the personal supervision of
Chas. A. Taylor, the author ami man
ager, ii seems safe to sav that local
theatre goers have a treat in stun- (or
INSPICTRD FISH RACK .
Baiter Fish Warden Van Dusen Visits
H. Q, Vanillism 01 Astoria, master
fish warden, has been 111 Pendleton
todav. in conference with field Siiier-
intendent Brown In Ins cumpMiiv,
and with .lames Spenci' and James F.
Krause, who are members of the Pen-
lleton Sportsmen's association, he
went down to the mouth of the McKay
creek l" look at the fish ra, k tad BlBI
to learn the vnliune id the water run
ning down the Umatilla river. He
will make thorough investigation into
the liK-al conditions and will have
something interesting to say regarding
the Hah industry ol Oregon as relat
ing to the agricultural interests ol this
a a a
V ALANDINGH AB STOCK BR.
A Quiei Wedding Wednesday Bvenlns at
me Residence or Dan Kemler.
A unlet Utile wedding occur red last
evening at the lioine 01 fan Kemler
w'leii Miss Mae Mocker ol Alba and
Win. Valaudinghaui were united in
the bonds of matrimony. Miss Stock. II
is a niece of Mrs. Kemler aud has been
in the past a re-ident of Pendleton,
and a student at the Pendletou acade
my. She has many frieuds here. Mr.
Valaudiughatu is a I'matilla county
teacher and is located this year at
Pilot Keck. Kev. F. I.. Forbes otllciat-
ed at the cereinonv.
Try them. Ofll -'jc
Plan Will Be Similar to That
in Bastern college
The old ssnitarium is to be tit 1 1 ised
this year as a hoarding honse. tt will
be run on the rlnb plan. The lady
who has it in charge will ask II per
week per member for cooking the (mI
and furnishing tables, chairs, knives,
forks and all other newaeary utensils.
The members will provide the food and
so can live just as cheaply as thev
One of the hardest things to contend
with in getting out of town stndents to
attend school in Pendleton has been
the fact that it is almost impossible
to get good board at a figure within
the means of the average school attend
ant. All BoboOi towns in the oast
have one or more club larding houses
and often the cost is as low as fl 50
per week. Of course, everything
costs more in this section ol country,
but under the right management a
place of this kind could le conducted
so thai students can live cheaply and
well. The location ol the proposed
Blab is a gixsl one, as the building is
less tlian one block from the academy.
and, being of some sire, a number of
the students can room there at a tea-
m w a.
Another Air Ship Invented.
Another inventor claims to have per
fected an airship. It is to he Iioim.I
this inventor has at last solved the
problem successfully, and the launch
iug of this ship into space will be
looked forward to with c nisi lerah le
eagerness. I Ins mode ol travel will
don bt lea supplant anv other means of
transsirtat ton, the same as llosletier -Stomach
Bitters has supplanted infer
ior medicines in the cure ol stomach,
liver and kidney disorders. The effect
this medicine has upon the refractory
stomach is marvelous, and when taken
faithfully will cure dyspepsia, indi-
estion, biliousness and sick headache
is a good medicine to take, as it
will keep the Isiwels regular and ward
off attacks of malaria, fever and ague.
Be sure to give it a trial.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Fall and Winter Dress Goods
in Broad Variety
NVw tfocnli .irriving; daily. To I v w rat lircd. the most handsome
line ol WOO) dross goods aud fall stittinr,-. evat shown in the city such as
ItalrOM Spllfl (iraalte.ChevioK V. Penude Snie iv,'i,
Suiting nad Venetians
It s every ladv s wisn to own 1 ti.i-i 1 n
or colored unit.
the t .ise may he. and by our low prices we tn ike it a BOBiparatival)
easy matter, wneiuci in miu " ' " ' - ' n ic 1 Mncic 4 Tnc
tit ular fabrics that we mention here are the most up to date.
Shssp For Rsnt.
4000 young ewes. Address,
Minth Livestock 'o
A Handsome Line.
ot all wool P f 1 ii 'linnels, in all tn- n iv
oietliesl, ilamtiest ami tiewesl ldl 11
Pleasure and good values await you m
ar-o i i p uterus
A large shipment of outing flannels. Phi n tn I ertai'Uy the
ami largest assortment ever handled in Pan III I ton, If you Wil
a comparison of values in this stm k wr Nave no (ear of tl.
Not prices alone but tptality as well will interest yon
We absolutely KtiArantee you
the lowest peices.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
MANHOOD RESTORED curT".
It 1 1
On account of dearture I offer for
sale my private house, corner Johnson
and wehh street, containing eight
rooms, also a four rooai cottage aim
two lots near school house.
J. SHF.uKKM AN .
ItrOO acres of eunimerfallow, MOO acre
of stubble wheat land; all implements
and stock necessary to work the land.
Inquire of Purl Hnwiuan.
Iilo Vuallf.T. tin. trt't'ili Ion el a I
Her una ur .nt-'aava , it Ida ai iH-rn 10
1 ntltnraalu Mwrrt . 1. ...... 1
1 1 hi u,a all 1 1 was h v tin v ur ll L. I'nv.ul.i
I h. In 111 Sim' r 11 1 mii ir rln 1 a niul l.ll tin In m .r 1.1 iinm,i,irv
lit. r. 11, p kiiliirta ami iik urli.ary uiiaua ul sil iiiuuiritin.
Knrl pAatnra Imll I tt rik nraana.
Tim r.stann anlTsrrra ar 1 cnrsil hy porlorlh"aii.a an p. rrn BBS trnnklnl with
I 1 c 1 1 1 r 1 K llta only Riif.wr. n'tnmr iiir wit o in t'l'ertiii.n, no iaaiia..nata
tiantnUMislvsn ami mm" y rrlnrm il if S ;.oi. a itma uul i llia I a i iDiiiaiu rur. iLOOata
w nikll KimiiI fur vaaa efreular ami tcailniiniliila
t4lnDVOL SBKItl IPJBt .. I t. Uoi srsi. Haa FrwaaBSSaCJaa
1. in .'.is . . i'km.i , , imsjajusj
t Srrtaaa In.
a llraln. Varirnrrl aaS aaillaafju
" ' '. Hi. h" 11 'I iHilobairii
I riUKSB Kr.uajlaaa
ludmg gentlemen's and ladies' gold and silver watches,
JP0' 411 kunls, erriugs, chains and great variety of Jewelry
Miold at extremely low prices during the month of August,
e-riy lor the bargains
P I most complete stock of furniture, linoleum, stovea,
WOckery and carpels.
crs'ur pliiinliing and tiiining given prompt attention.
Main Street, Pendleton.
l-EAVE YOUK OKUEKS WITH
US WHEN IN NEED OF ANY
THING IN ...
mbiug or Electrical
!. CLARKE & CO.
Opera house Block.
Sau Krancisco, Aug. at. Wool -
iSnrinu -Nevuda, 10 to Its; Kaslern
Oregon, 10 to 13c; Valley Oregon, lit
to 14c. Kail Mountain lambs, 7 to
he; Sau Joaquin plains, to ftt , Mum
isddt and Mendociuu, t to He.
St. Louis. Aug. JW.-Wool, steady.
Territory aud Western medium, 14 lo
10c; flue, 11 to 16c; coarse, 11 to 14c
Uhicano. Aug. M -Cattle- Keceiuls,
600. Nalives and Teiaus generally
MtHadv . Westerns slow, (tood to
prime steers, f5.30 to $0.30; poor lo
medium, :i.tsi tu -'0 . stockers and
tooilor.-. IJ 26 to 4 -, . three
cars extras at - .., 12.36 toi4;.
heifers. 12.40 lo $4.75, cauuera, $1.26
I., 12.30: bulls. $2.26 to $4.40; calves,
fj tu 6.86 Texas steers, $4 to $6; do
grata steers, $3.40 to $3.76; Western
Bloers, $3.76 to $4.WU
Hugs -Receipts. 21,000; tomorrow,
estimated, 23,000; left over, 3600.
Choice uearly steady, others weak .
lop, $0.46. Mixed aud butchers,'
$5.70 to $0.46; good to choice heavy
$6.86 to $0.46 rough heavy, $5 66 tu
$6. 00 light, 16.06 to $0,310.
tfueep-Keueipts, 18,000. Sheep and
lambs, -good to choice, steady aoatBMa
weak. Good to choice, $3.26 to $4; fair
to cboiue mixed. $3 to $3.40; Western
vearliua-a. $3.26 to $4 : native lambs. 4
$2.60 to $6 86; Western lambs, $3.80 to
Hops. Wool, antes.
Portlaud. Aug. 2V.-Hops -12 kg 14c
Wool Valley. 11 to 13 V; Kweleru
Oregon. 8 to fflii mohair, 20 to 21c
Sheepskins -Sheariuge, 16 to 20c ,
short wojI, 26 to 36c; medium wool,
30 to 60c; loug wool, 60c to $1 each.
Hides Dry bides, No. 1, 16 pouuds
aud upwards. 16c; dry kip, No. 1. 6 to
16 pounds, 15c per pouud ; drv calf.
No. 1, sound aleers, 60 pounds aud
over, 7 to 8c; do 60 to OO pouuds, 7 to
7,c; do under 60 pouuds, 7c; kip 15
to 30 pouuds, 7 to 8c; do veal, 10 to
14 pounds, 7 to 8c ; do calf, under 10
pounds, 8c; green (uuaaltedj, 1c per
pound less; culls (bulls, stags , moth
eaten, badly cut , soured, hair-slipped,
weather beaten or grubby , one-third
Tallow 3 to 4c; No 2 and grease, 2
to 24c per pound
Pells bearskins, each, as to siae,
66 to $S0 ; cubs each $2 to $6 ; badger
each 10 to 40c; wildcat 86 to 76c;
bouse cat 5 tu 20c; fox cuiduiuii gray,
30 to 60c; red, $1.60 tu $2, do cross, $6
Jgi'I atcst rniN' 1 m Mfl
I ABSOLU ' mi 1 v j
r- VBARS. to, 15. aS VBARS
of Stomach Trouble. No mat
ter how long standing.
NAU'S DYSPEPSIA CURI
WILL CUKE 00000000
We want Ilia wcakaal aloutacha to
MaaBi This remedy will restore the
stouiai'li to normal and bealtby
oodltlou II you have been ufT. r
Ins wltb byipepsla boglu Uklug
1 It I a remedy, aad see how you will
Kradually liu prove.
I'oi sale li rallman Co. and
all hr-t ( lass druggists, or send to
Frank Nan, Portland Hotel I'har
macy, Portland, Oregon. I'm
(100 a bottle, b bottles for 5,00,
Oregon Lumber Yard
For barns and dwellings.
Cheaper than tin.
Bui Id 1 ur Paper,
Lime and Cement,
Brick and Sand,
Screen Doors It Windows,
Saab and Doors,
Terra Gotta Pipe.
Borie & Light. Prop'?
Alta 8t., opp. Court House.
We will open with a complete line ol staple
ami fam v groceries m ilw -tnre lortnerh
known as the White Homo on I huisilav.
September 5th. ni
Having purchased the '..uiir some tune
we have been enl.'.rging, painting, etc , to
accomodate our nevt tresh stm k winch is
mi iba in. ul
We hope we mas merit .1 1 "titinncd p.itron
age of all former customers, .m l wc also
trust that a gn at many ol those whom we
now do not know, may so I imii us with .1
trial that at tins turn next year sc 111, i
be intimately acquainted v ilh tin tn
F. S. YOUNGER & SON.
l.0WI)WN TANK PUMPS.
I.ACI I EATHfiS SUCTION H0SI:
ROPES, STEEL CABLH, ETC i i
EVERYTHING - FOR - HARVEST
HANSFORD & THOMPSON,
IIAKDWAIO Ml KIM AN I -
Main Street, Pendleton, Ore
WK are the people and lit. oat) (wopie lu iue
Saddlery Lumnuaa lu I'tudletou dial em
pl.o a lull lofce ol luoctutulca lliu yaar aruuu4.
ana make uur uwu SaJldles, Heme, etc , and
do uol alilp tlteiu Irom the iaclorle like soute
oi our cumpoiiuir. sod IU.11 tell yuu tbey are
a. gooil as borne made; but tbey are uol.
Leading Maiucss aad Adatry.
Que ol tbe moat belptul books ou nerve
wuakuoss ever laaued Is tbat entitled "Nerve
Waste," by Ur. Sawyer ol Sau Prauclsco, uow
lu Its dltb ikouaaud. Tbls work ol au exaer
urienced and reputable pbysu lan Is lu agree.
able uuulraet to tbe vast sum ol laiae acblug
winch prevails ou IS la lute resting subject. It
abounds lu utrelully cousidered aud practical
advice, aud has tbe two great merits ol wis
dom aud sincerity
It Is endorsed by botb tbe lellglous aug
seuular proas Tbe Chicago aVdvauos says: "A
perusal ol the book aud lue application oi lis
principles will put health, hope aud heart into
the use 1. ls ol lives that ars uow suflerlug
through uervous lmparemeul."
Tbe book Is fl.Ou by mall postpaid.
Ooeol tbe asusl Interesting chapters -chapter
jii, ou Nervlues aud N'si ve Toulcs has been
printed separately as a sample cbaptei, aud
will be sent to auy address lor stamp by Iba
publishers, TUK PACIFIC rt si leiil.s.. 00
box Juae, Sau Vrauolsoo.
LIKE . e e .
If Jobs by
Ywur 1 auoUi
The Domestic Laundry,
J. f, KOBINHON.
Best took on the
TMlepliono oonneotion ;ti ranch.
(IntHM Pilot Him k or pDiulleloii
Uaw Uiaf 4 fm uuiMkluitjl
dsascharatAa, nailu. luL.g,
Irritaiious ur ul. raUL..
otf uuwui fnriiiftf .his
avaitu tvut. u PaIuKm. sUitl bot awjlito
tTHttam Uwtal lajCq .t or (eubouoiui.
Vasal aJ uajla.-ar,
I Mill IU 11 as. I II wraniaw
b A Ul, syj Ul. UsUd, Taj
Wet. Or S buUlW. H7.
OUcuiar awut ueii rwjiiaaai
m ti u. Jays
aWaH ' (j uavavU tataM 1
BWaWaW. II M S aaWanSBV
Under New nanaxement
1 Glir U& 1 Trill.
I Kites $100 1 day
Special Kt6o by
WNl or tuautti
Bar aad Billiard ttooma
Tha Baat Hots
Van Dran Broa., Props
Haa4uartara for Travallna aa
Successors to J. ClMoors
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Polydore Moens. Proprietor.
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