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1 ri'iir i I in li mw r r i ; i I , ., t ml r . -i ri i 1 1 i 'i ' ' ' " '"" ,1
- . ft Marage.
W. Ill h.n.ll. and lr t anv f
i the pledge anil join the society, Mao
oarcuntrr lvatorg witnout chars ; T. . ,
: ... i.or, in ..Ki.w nc. (sheepishly) It a hard t. deny
Anally ha told to as. All wbaat anstoro
will ba iaaarad for aecannt af wnr np to
Ja. lat, 1890 for ana cent per buahal.
Ia tba vent of parties others than our
nIh baying the wheat we will charge
nlr customary rate, tttikh In 5G :ts.
per Un for rrceiTinr, weighing,; and
loading oa car and 25ot, per tea fo
toragt) aiitil Jan. 1st, 1800 and insur
aaco'. - - -
Pacific Coast Elevator Co
Thlt powder never varies. A marvel of purity
tvenirth and wholeeoinenesM. Mora er'inoniicai tha
ardinary kinds, and cannot ha Hold in compoti.
Man with the multitude of low text short weiuh
I am or phosphite powders. Sold only in cans,
karat. BUajx F.viiiia Co.. 106 Wall tr.: N. V
Advice la Mel hers.
Mrs. Window's Sootbin? Syrnp, for
children teething, is the prescription of
one t)f the best female nurses and physi
eiana io the United States and has be
nte4 for forty years with never-failing
iccesa by millions of mothers for theii
children. During the process of teeth
C ib value is incalculable. It relieves
Iho child from pain, cures dysentery and
diarrhea griping in the bowels, and
wind-colic. By giving health to the
child it rests the mother. Triers 25c. per
AJl persons knowing themselves in
debted to Geo. N. Reynolds, must cn11
and settle either by cash or note, on or
before November 25th, 1889, and save
tests. I saean business, and will stand
Be foolishness. A. A. Walker,
The Crave tlcta Tired Yawning.
feemingly, for certain wretched invalids
who toddle feebly aleng, tlioush always
looking as if they were going to die, but
omitting to do it. They dry up, wither,
dwiadle away finally, but in the mean
time never having robust health, know
wetting of the physical enjoyment, the
xtit ( that existence to which they
cling with such remarkable tenacity,
they are always to be found tiyhi? lo
mend by tinkering at themselves with
some trashy remedy, 'tonic or "pick me
lip" to give a fillip to indigestion, or
"help the liver."" If such misguided
folks would resort and adhere to lies
tetter's Stem-ch Bitters it wou'd be
well with them. This superb invigor
ant supplies the stamina that the feeble
require, by permanently reinforcing di
gestion and assimilation. It over comes
nervousness, Insomnia, malaria, kidney
cemplaints, biliousness, constipation,
rheumatism and neuralgia.
THE LATEST OCT.
X Daily Through Car Service has
leen established by the Chicago.
Unien Pacific & North-Western Line
between Pertlund and Chitage via
Ceuacil B'ufTi, thus offering to the
pohlio facilities not given by any other
line. "The Limited Fast Mail ' which
run daily between the abeve paints,
carries the Overland Font Mail, a limi
ted number ef first-class passengers
without extra charge, and is composed
f Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers and
Pullman Dining Can, Portland to Chi
cage vU Council Bluffs
This is another indication that the
Unieu Pucilie is desirous of meeting
the requirements of the people. For
information in regard to this and ether
train on this line, apply te
B. F. Jones
Agent O, R. & N. Co. Wogton.
OK to A. L. Maxwell, o. p. and t. a.
All About fiTtUjink.
. This is the title of a SC-page pamphlet
( information containing answers to al!
the questions an inquirer would be likely
to ask about systems, books, instruction,
salaries, of stenographers, how to secure
positions, etc., etc. It will show what
young - men have done at home, on
farms, and in workshops; how from the
linmblest beginnings the highest suc
cess has been reached by learning this
. art at piece-meal study, and while pur
cuing ether ccupations. The success
f stenographers as compared with the
access of young men in any- ether
vocation in life, will be seen to be
marvelous and encouraging. The author
of this tystem was himself a farmer's
boy and learned the art while following
Hie plow. The information he gives 1)
this pamphlet will be of interest and
value to every young man (ar young
woman either) who must earn their
own living. The pamphlet ia mailed
free to anyone writing for it and men
tioning jhe paper in which this article
Address D. L. SCOTT-BROWNE,
231 West 14th St.. New-York, K. Y.
P. C, CAMPBELL,
"'Office over First National Bank Pendle
ton. The best artificial teeth, f 10. Geld or
silver tilling, positively wit-jout pain,
for . Irregular twin straightened.
Especial attention Riven to- the care of
children's teeth. All work guartintced.
Eighteen years' experience. It will cost
von nothine for consultation.
Will visit Weston tl Hr5t of rest month
--i :i 1
iL': no r-f:
A.. bn what do
U ; f&)k r
aV k tala4 V Wa . 9 a sasttm j Hivtaauiw
fallals rieni d.ud no a, aaubiict.-,
after all I've said, I hope you'll take
you, father, but I'm with, your rever-
ence, and v I can't come in inesfclf.
bevrot ra, I'll find a substitute, and
nobody can Kay any fairer than that.
A trw IHscaverr.
You have heard your friends" and
neighbors talkine afeaut it You may
yonrnelf be one of the many who know
from personal experienced jutt how good
a thing it 19. If you lmve ever tried it,
yon are one of its stam-h friends, becan-e
the wonderful thing about it is, that
when once giveti a trial, Dr. Kins'." New
DiHcovery ever after holds' a plai-e in
the house. If yrm have never need it
and should be afllicted With coti;.'!),
cold or any Throat, Lung or Cheat trou
ble secure a bottle at once, and give it a
fair trial. It is guaranteed every time
or money refunded. Trial Bottl3 Free
at J, J. Beeler's Drugstore.
Burklcu Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in tne world fo
Cruises, Soies. Ulcers, Salt
Fever Suies. Tetter, Chained
Chi'blains, Corns and ail Skin Eruptions
rni'i pos:ively cures Pilot, or no imy re
quuea. it is ,u 'iani.wo. le j;iv.? jiei-
lect satisfaction or iuosii y ieiun.iri
Price 25 cents per box. For Bale bv J.
ah persons Knowing themselves id
fltiea to uie unnenujnieu, win plense
call at ft. V. Proebslel's hardware titer
and settle, and thus uve costs.
F. M. Paui-t.
The first Step.
Perhaps you a-e ina rlon can't eat
can't sleep, can t tlmik, can't no any
thing te your satisfaction, and you won
der what ails you. You should iised
the warning, you are taking the first
step inte Nervous Prestratien. You
need a Nerve Tonic and in E!ctric
Bitters yon will find the exact remedy
for restoring vour nervous svstem to its
normal, healthy, condition. , Surpris
ing results folluw the use . of Isiis gifcat
Nerve Touic and Alterative. Yeur
appctito return, goad digestion is re.
stored, and the Liver and Kidneys re.
sume healthy action. Try a botile.
Price 50c. at J, J. itee'er's Drug Store.
Hi ram Lester, now an inmate of the
ponrhonsa at McDouough. Ga., is
thought to be the oids. man in the
world. He is one hundred and twenty
years old. Colonel Sloan of MuDonaugli,
who is over eighty years age says when
lie was a boy .Luster was an old man.
Lesters teeth are perfectly sound and
his eve-sights and heariag are good.
His skin is wrinkled and as hard as
parchment. lie eats and sleeps well,
and says he has given up all idea of
ever dying. He remembers all absut
the Revolutionaiy War and knew
What Is Meant by
A Permanent Cure."
Hundreds Renew Like This:
Feb. 23, 1882.
Mb. J. E. BonsalL,
(Clerk of Courts,
Perry Co., Pa.,) certi
fies: "lam 48. At 15
was prostrated with
atism. "I a 1866, had
another violent at
tack; got about again,
but was never irt-e
from pain. Winter '80
and 81 could not
"Morphine was pre
scribed to give me
rest. Used St. Jacobs
Oil by advice. 1 used
"After two yean
have fblt no rheuma
tism. I am cured per
manantly after &i
April 28, 1888.
Mr. J. E. Bonai,l
writes: "Five years
ago I used St. Jacobs.
It effected an entire,
permaneut cure. No
return of pain."
April 21, 1888.
Mb. J. E. B0K8AL1
writes: "My health
continues good. No
return of rheuma
tism since 18S1, when
cured by Ft. Jacobs
Oil. Buffered over 83
It ircciy, aud it cilec-
ted a cure.
Cured why n-w
' r i
AND ELECTRIFIED THE WORLD
By .the announcement of bis safe return
To civilization. His adventures and dis
coveries have been grand, wonderful
marvelous. The world has peen nothin;
like them netore. ins tnriiunir adven
tures, marvelous discoveries, darir.; ex
ploits, astounding privations", wondM-ful
trip across the Dark Continent. How he
found Emin Dey Everything will be in
eluded, from is urst entrance into
Africa to the present time. Evervbody
wants the new
Qenuine St.aiiley Boot !
From Stanlov's own writinrs and des
patches. Over 400 ef the grandest and
most wenderfiil new enyravinss and
llored plates ever seen in a book c.f
travels. It has been eagerly awaited
and will be inoro sought after, niak
more monev for the ;.;riH and make H
easier than any book issued for the past
UiiUllUili accounts nf Stanley's
travels are being published. Ilo not be
dereivpd bv old lo,ks, re-hashes and
battered Dlate3. We announce this to
protect our agents anil the public attains
Hie numerous, worthless so-called Man
ley Books all of which are simply old
books that have been m use tar year.s
and are now buitsjr offered s new bonks
with a few pages of new mutter added
acksts w.ivn.n ev::k 'wbirs.
Teachers, vnunj men. ladies, ministers
fanner, merhnnics and clerks cin casi
lv make from So tri 25 Per dav. Xo ex
osrieuce reunired Cauvxssiuir outli!
new ready. Send immediately for illus
stra'ed tdrrulara and terms tree, or, t
secure an agency at onee, send ?1 for the
nnt-nt and yu shall he served nrst.
.- ,l.l tf ,.ot nti':'rv A l
1 ra n
you want tha cow to
BLIND TOM'S : WONDERFUL GIFT.
Eollinjj on tbe flo.tr ia sa Fe-tnsy
. -lleasarePhcnoirciml AfaMical Tirnt.
- Siuce tlie recent action of the courts i;
taking Blind Tom from thc'.cnstc-.ly t
Jlr. lie t liana, bis former life Ion!? frii'ati
manager and protector, has brought jjii -:
so prominently before the public ialli
nen-sp.npers, a few f;rcts eoDcctiali"
childhood by one Tflio knew liim tin
may not prove uninteresting. He
born near, the city of Colnmbun, in Hur
cogee countj', Ga,, of slave parents, tin
property of Gen. James N. Bethiiue; a
that time editor and proprietor of a news
paper called The Corner Stone, but in ex
actly what year I do-sot know, aa he w.is
some C cr 8 years, or it niay be a lliU
older, when I first cict him ia ii'oo.
My f.r.:t T"Dcti:i; with liim was in thi:
wise: I had Just married a few monf hs pr
viotisly, and one of Cea. Bcth.-auc's r.augh
ters iiacl been paeof or.r bridesmaids. Cr.
our return from a northern tour v.e were
invited to dine t;t Gen. licthmie's. Dur
ing the day n:nsic v.-aS prorcsed, aud
upon the piaao and Unto my wife cud 1
played a li:ne which we h;id heard fr.rthc
first time at one of the theatres iu Pliil.".--dc-lphia.
At the first sqind of the mrtsis
Tom came rtishing into the parlor iu a
inlc gr-2-nici-.r, so common among the
little liisgers in the south, ind while tiie
mnoic y::s i;oii,jt cn he feli down upon th"
floor, roiled over, turned somersanlts,
clapped his Leiitls, groaned end wc:;i
through divers motions, really more r.s if
he were i:i l ain than exi;cricncinss emo
tions of pIe:iEi:re. As soon, however, as
the last noto Tt;s . -played ho Fprawjj up.
rallied to my wife end, pushing at her,
cried out ca;-C! It:
' ho knew her well-
"p!e;:se git i.v.ay; I wants ter play did
And jumpirss: npon the piano stool he
played it off perfectly, although I know
he had neer hrard it until that moment,
for it h; -.1 only been recently pnb:hc-.'i
and h;;;'. i!:t y-. tec:.;;- so-ath. To test Lisa,
then ct-tcrs i-kiyed lanes he had never
heard end he won-d irtinieuiuUly pkv
them v.1 with both hais-'.s, just p.t he
he heard lh'. ::i. lie s?eu:s to I::.-.-e h .st r;il
eor.'i'.!., v he: her miKcri cr h: rsh. Ik
loe l to d-j t'.v. cbt-rniu for iho family,
just, to heer the i:.or.,ttn us s. ui.ds of the
dasher in tho c-eir,-.. II-.-ha:-: even bet n
known to p!::cb at:d oi'mrwlse tease babio
just t jH:tur i.e-;i cry.
One haiiit cf his r-v;on3 to raver a cwd
deal of ron:mce, yet it is true. Iiein
blind, he wt.:::-.i : ;:.y aw: y i:c:n b-::.c,
listening 'to the ...-rta of l.':r;ls as they
Git ted from true lo tice till he would get
lor.t in i!--v.oca-i, nuaUe to fied his way
back, t'r-on s;K'h occttsions the most
pr.ncticr.ble way to find him7 would be lot
Mr. John Ik-thtsne, his first laanaer, to
go cut iu Use woods r.aU ilay his flute,
Wiien 1 cm would hear i:, tome to the
sor.nd, and tlina got l.ae"; home.
Allaou 'Is idiot ie, ho was even at that
early uzc endowed with a wonderful Mem
ory. After speiidiiig the day at Cea.
ijcarunt's, r.s related above, it was over
six years before I saw him again. The
war was poms on, r.ad one day on tr king
a train I unexpectedly found JiShn Eethuno
with loirs en the train. I addressed Sir.
Uethnne and then 'J'mn, nob dreaming
i,at ho would rceorniize me, wi:en. to mv
islfir.ite surprise, he said:
'How d ye, Jlr. Sham; Low's Iiliss
To which I said: "Why. Tom. hew do
yoti Know me so well?"
Ho replied: "Oh. I krows Ton. en Hiss
ratsme, too; (lou t you Know when yon
was at our noiioe and played d:s tisne?'
nnd he whisued the very tunc mentioned
On that tr'p I discovered how the eh-
eance of Eight had remitt-cd all his oiiie
more aenie, lor as wo dashed aloncr at
perhaps thirty miles an hour he could
aiways toll whether we were passinc
woods or open fields, bouses, cuts, em
Dankir.ents, bridges, cr almost nnythiiiK
else, l remember we entered a small vil
hi;e on tae railroad, when I asked Tom
what was outside, to which ho promptly
sepnea: a lieap of houses. "Augusta
QUEER BUH1AL RITES.
How ronca Indhins IJIanoscd of the
IJody a Cbiof Sport ami Sorrow.
Wa-si-ka,' head chief of the Ponca In
dians, a tribe living in the territory jast
south of here, died recently and was
burled with all the pomft cud cercTT.oi!?
known to the tribe. His body was tahen
on a blanket from Is;s tc-nce bv his scraaw
anci xuree cniHircii and pi::cs(l in a warron
drawn by two hcn.cs, which the ridow
guided. This was the Indian hcr.rse.
xicuinu this losiowea Jieariy auo tracks
and rquavv-s the f orraer on horseback and
the latter trotting r.lons on foot. All the
way to the buryin.se gicand the widows
an;l orphans moaned unceasiiiftlv.
When the burial fci-our.d was reached
the squaws formed a circle about 100
yards in circumference around the wagon.
and outside of this circle twelve squaws
were stationed at intervals of , few feet,
to keen away evil spirits bv fn'vins vent
to nucai't.dy Kcrrcehcs. Beyond thcr-c
there were aoout 1 ,.j bucks en horseback,
laufTiun?, cuatimr; and tKuuusr horses.
After tho eirclo had been formed White
pnfalo, head chief cf tho 1'oncas, canjc
fonvard and iu tho Ponca tongue delivered
an oration on the (creased. At its con
clusion the inonrncrs, who in the mean
time had kept their eerie in the wa'-on.
picked up tho four corners of the blanket
on winch rcpo&ed the corpse, and giving i
a toss tiircw tae body to the ground. Thei.
the widov.-Ti-eut to tho rear of the wagon
onrl gathered np r.cr.se "culls," or refuse
lumber, w hich she deposited by the sideoi
cer ctcaci spouse.
iranng tins time an Omaha Indian who
had entered the squaw circle kept lllim? a
saw which he had in his bands, and the
mourners continued taeir mourning-. ; A
the Umaha brave had finished filing his
saw, he bejan making a receptacle for the
remains out t the cnlls. This receptacle
was in the form of a chicken coop, beins?
eight feet lonat and ii.o feet wide and
about five high, securely fastened to 'the
ground by pests. lato this the body,
covered with th? blanket and other earthly
possessions of tiie deceased, was laid.
A foot race was then announced by the
bucks on tho outside of the circle. Four
almost naked Indians were the partici
pants. Then followed a two mile hm-se
race, in which there were eighteen partici
pants, all cf whom had painted their face::
ifl a hideous manner. Itiding off the re
quired distance, the chief then eipnalcd
for tho start with a looking k!uS3. A t full
speed came the eighteen reckless red rMers.
As they ncarcd the circle the entire bodv
of 4C0 Indians set up a terrific howl, anil
as tho horses came in past them the ex
citeir.ent was inter.se. Dunn? the rnox-
the body was entirely disrobed. Then
were four prizes in each event a jacket,
a pipe and tobacco has end two bhmkets.
The winner of the Crat prize was give!,
liis choice cf prizes, the second second
choice, the third third choice and the
After the horse race the attention cf the
assemblage was once more given to the dead
chief. The "chicken coop tomb" having
befu constructed, the body of Wa-si-ka
was thrown inside and the ends were
closed up so as to prevent any annua1
from entering ami carrying off the beny.
A horse and two calves, ti e property hi
the deceased, were also laid in the toml
in order lhat he might enjc y them in tht
bappy bunting; ground. Ibis enditl tin
ceremony. Arkansas City (Kan.) Coi
Kansas City Times.
c:;y ? a si at bn-rqtiet in Paria
.1 I'- V.ar.i:isia-r bad
? "t;i-.i-u;.t jCcrs Pilut '
Olympia S. Murray. M. D., Fe-
lo : Specialist. Has practiced en
j the Pacific Coast for tlu past twenty-
itive years.. A life time iieotea to the
study ef female troubles, their causes
and cures- 1 have tliuiisands of testi
monials rf permanent cures from the
tyfist people on this coast.. A positive
guarantee to permancntjy cure any case
ot teraa-le weakness, no m.ittsr how
Wng stindmg or 'what the stacie "mav
!fi. - Charges rejisoeable and withiti
"the reach tf all. For the -benefit of
he. very pner t f my sex who are suffer
HE Hem any of th Erreat mil tituda f
iirnnts . that in the traiu o! tlut tr
rble (iisr-nso known as female weak
ness, an:l who are not able t pay for
treatment,"! will treAt free of char-'.
Couaultatien by "mail, free. All cor
respondenco j strictly--";, confidentistl.
J.iedicnies packed, boxed and suit by
oxpress with cli.Mgs pre-paid for
hniiif treatmviiit, with special direc
tions for use. if you ,vre suti'-rinw
trom any female trouble, puriociicaily
Add iv! s,
Olympia S. McniiAY. M. D.,
E '.st Portland, Oregon.
All parties vi ho are indebted to the
lidersigned are rtquested to cme for-
ar 1 at once and aefle their accounts.
1 am in need ot money lo meet payments
and if my patrons will came forward and
del tie I shall be able to ray mv billi-
Pleasa do not delay tiie mailer fer I
mutt have tome money.
B. F. Plil.NE.
333-jS ASiS Tt-j m.
Whai a tct?trai;-:3 ArtisSs '
Rtlfe ( nasi:.
ci::;i,;:s Srv!sSa.i l Kay.
The limb sense of hr.nor and intcjrrifv
wm. n has marked the lite ot the rele-
rated prima d'Mina, .Viiss Emma Abbott.
i ? familiar to all Americans. Her strucr-
finni an obscure life to (he preeminent
p if-ition she now occii-.ius in the Ameri
can society, is not less known, r rom
er earliest ejr'hood con.'!tiieMliou:r.Pss
has jruided lu-r at every slep of her
career, and when shv expresses or writes
a sentiment it may be accepted aseman
r.tinjj from Lcr lovo of truth and sincer-
Diirinp: ber vears of travel in tlnr
country and Europe she has been inci s-
santly miporiuneu to write testimonials
for manufacturers ot proprietory articles
which she lias refrained from doimr, al
though at times she was tempted to do
so for largo sums of money. Blit her in
nate love of truth always came to her
rescue and slit; declined attachimr her
came to an assertion of which she had
In Portland, however she found a
lii'elte article which afforded v er pleas
ure to indorse iu the appended honest
Mr. Wisdom Pear Sir: T ber to thank
vim tor liio oeiijihttul ami rciresiimsr
Robert i ne" you so kindly sent me. 1
have used the toi"'et preparations of the
most celebrated manufacturers of Lon
don ard Paris, but consider your
"Rflbertine" their superior in point of
purity and excellence. Wishing you
the unb iund priecess you deserve, I re
main, taittitully yours, jvmma Abbott.
The Esmond, Friday, Xov. loth.
Wo have the Exclusive Contra of
And don't have to offer a prize to tell thlt
flood j, for Its tiie BEST MADE. Euery Can hclda
mi m ONE HALF POUHDS.
Ira J- Crofutt Sl Go.
VJ ESTOrj, OREGO N .
Worth 100.00. IfiT&jS
(watch in the world. Perfect
timekeeper. Warranted henry.
old ituntinfr cset.
(Both Indies' and gent'i tizea.
with works and cases of
eauai vnme. one PKitsoNin
ench localitr can seeur aim
'free, toprether with our larpe
: vatuaoie uneoi iioiiHenola
lies. Then mhidIm. a well
as the watnh. are V. All ih wnrk
need do (s to show what we send you to thone who call your
friends and neighbors and those about you thatalways results
in valuable trade for us, which holds for years when once started,
and thus we are repaid. We pay all express, freight, etc. After
you know all. If you wrniM like to po to work for us. you can
earn from JS0 to 4iO per week and upwards. Address.
Hinoa fc Co.. liox 1 , JforUund, Mnine.
DISCOVERY AflQ TRA!M!K!3 MZTti
In spit of adnltemt-ed imitat-iorn whiU misa tbe
theory, and pnioticftl roHiiltsof tb. Uripinal, iuspit-nf
the gntesest misrepres'mt.atton' vj ouviout wm:"."
comp-titors, nndinspiteof "br." attomptstorf h:'a
of the fruit of his lai)''r.-i,(all o! demon;;-?: : f
undoubted snperiority and poj..u'.-r;ty of hi-rT. - ''.).
Prof. LoiBetto's Art- of Never iV.:Lhng ie recufrniz-edl
to-day in both Hemispheres as :r.:irltinjr an Epoch in
Memory Culture. His Proapcctua (sent port free) frivea
opinions of people fn all parts of the glohw who have act-
aaJly Bt udied his System by cirresltondenc, showmfr
that his System is v&ul only vhile being studied, not
afterward; thatani bHik can be learned inaningli
rcadxno, m inn-wtinsierinv cured, fcc if or rrospectas
J onus ana 1 esriminisiB aaaress m
Prof. A. liOISlilTi;, HI Fifth Avenue, NV
are those put up by
D. M. FERRY CO.
Who arc the Largest !
Seedsmen in the world. j
T. M Ffehy&Co's '
Beautifully Illustrated. DescriTidve
3 foria-io will le mailed FREE to all H
M appHcnnts, and to last season's cus- li
&q toiners. It is better than ever. F.v-
2 cry person ufiri Garden, Flower
Ei or Field ?EEI3shc"-:!dsen-.jfcrit.
Cnitcd atr- Land ('ffic-e, Gnrdc, Or.
Hoc. Rrri, lt8.
Notice ncreby ra t--i .Irskp : IIn has
H cc notice of i. --ent:cn t make hnal I ef-
the C-'ttntT C!erk of I'naiii'a Oor.n v, at his nlice in
IVndiOt .n. resiv-n, r.n Saturday tlt i'.-h d.-tr ol
-J.i'.iirvry. i.Mff on nr.iher cult'ire npp cation o.
for tl-,e i-'.i the 8 E I cf cetfion So. 6, in
Toi hit 4. X Rat e ho 86 E.
Jle nattier m tritite-jf x loht ' Ridenoar, of Wes
a r. aii;l Sum Ot. W:;Sia Wii.n, Ilenrv
Keel, id Ji. ion, Or. i
!8 that nilHcry experienced when we snd
donly become aware tliat we possess
iabolteal arrangement called a stomach.
1 he Ktoniach is the reservoir from which,
every fiore and tixKtie must bo nourished,
ndnny trouble with itissoonreltthronKh
; aut the whole system. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have the same pre
: luinlnantsymptoms. DyspepticsolacUve
mental power and a blliousteraperamt nt
re subject to Sick Headache; those,
fleshy nnd phlegmatic have Constipation,
while the thin and nervous are abaudoned
to gloomy forebodings. Some dyspeptics
are wonderfully Ibrgetful; others hava
great Irritability of temper.
Whatever form Dyspepnia may take,
one thing Is certain,
The underlying- cause is
i the JLir'ER,
and one thing more is equally certain, n
one will rt mtiiu a dyspeptic who w ill
It wilt correct
Acidity of the
Expel fool gases, -Allay
2giMh3 and. a the earn.
Xc JJ, time
Start the Liver to tvorhinf9
when alt other troubles
soon disappea -n . . .
My wife was a confirmed if
three year ago by the advic r ?k
Regulator. I ieel grateful to V
given her, and iray all who rc "
afnictedia any way, whether ch"
wise, use Simmons Liver Kegula
confident health will be restored fc
De advised." Wm, M. Kbrsh. B
See that yott the
with red 2 on front o Wrappei,
PR&PAKPD ONLY BY
JT. H. ZEIL1N & CO., 1'hihidelphla, Pa.
MOOSE'S CELEBRATED POISON 0AI EEME3Y.
It kills all lnflunautinn and Irritation, and ia ths
only sore destroyer of Microbes and other Bkin
Vt freely, price. 25 cents a Box.
AVtB & S1ANFIELD,
If You Want a Horse Shod, a Plow
SJicrfeved, a Wagon Repaired, or
Anijuiiiig else in our Line,
"iJ&L2AEl Via J M?'
For We are Beicnv.hisd to Give
WEAVER & VFAftFSELD,
Practi-al Maiiuia-turer of
BOOT & SHOES.
CEPAaallXA A'EATLV IOXE.
.4 SPVA JAJ.TY.
WE3 s Cil
W. S. BVF.IlSiCO., Proprietor.
fecst tsli Priqj Faid
ell Eliads ef Grata.
main,- eraimlaisa, m Seir-Rising
Flour, Always on Hand
Corn Meal, Chp Feed,
the world. Our facilities
uneqtialed. and te rarrodtK-? onf
openor good w w U avotUnt
toOHl pWlf in Mch locality,
x above Only tbot who writ
touil once can mak aora of
the ch-nce. All yoa bar t6o in
return to ahow our a:ood w
tboae who call root Aeiglibocr
and tboaa aroand jom- The b-.
B-Tnninfr of tbia adverti ttomnM'
hmra thai amall etui of Lha ttai.
Tb foDowinf t gave tne appearance of It radocad to
tbont the ftftietn part of Hs bulk. It ia a arand. aVmbU atu tcta
copcaalarK i eaty to rarry Wj wi'.l aio ibow yo bow yoa
a. maka rlnlf (a.llASIAaihr a laut ftn ett. rt aatith
1 auiexpartrora BfUer wnte alonce pay all npnaa cbjira.
a.Mreea.H HALLETT ACOH Boa tB. fonuvo, Mitfaf
For fTjrtr.er rjartic-jlara wriig
m J PP Ural Pi
nsrs cane m
rtmiuinrffiwv 111 "V LJ
-- 7. : . -. 1 .l,.uiini
MONEY TO LOAN,
A.3? S S2322, CESTT.
X lelavs.' Lang tiai with privil2
of paying ff in ehrt tiaie. -
MA ft ts. Million
Iciarsbcc and Xcat lat geBl.
Firrt National Bank Cuildis?,
H, B, KELSON.
MyWESTOX lillICK are earning an
enviable reputation, and it will le
my constant endeavor to koep them
up to tlieir high standard of excel
lence . .
Put on board the cars'et Westcn
the lowest !iving'prioss.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IMPORTED A"D DOMESTiC
pp Stine House,
Walla ila, W.T
Hare always in Ktork fresh hand-mod candies
Tbey renew their stock often, and
make a specialty of Laving fiesh goods
t'boice Clgnrs, Tubarca, aar.rd Good it
Tull Cream lier.se, Craekerit, etc
Fresh Bread always oa band,
Main St., Weston, Orgon
Weston, - - Oregon.
SAM J. cullet, Proprietor.
Good MEALS and Clean, Cofert
able BEDS, at reasonable rates.
SAMPLE ROOM FCR SALESMEN.
BAR WITH CHOTCE LJOORS
IGAKS, tc., IN CCNNECTI
Great English Remedy.
0 MURRAY'S SPECIFIC
y j.' nam ftii rure iir nil TiCTrvrns
LOSS of BRAIN POM KR, lvsterin(
IIarfa.h-, PAIX IN THE BACK,
;Kvos prostration, wakk-
Ft;LXK8, LKlTOIsKfifKA, 8 KM
. . IXAL WKAKNhSS, IinpoUncv pd
" gent'ral Joss of owcr of the pinent,
tive orjjaps: In either ex, canned hy indireotion
or over exertion, and which ultimately If&jg to pre
rratnr o!d &t;e Insanitv and conrumptio $1.00 a
h.ix or cix boxes for $5.oo. 8ct liy 2.v
mail on reef ipt of price. Full par :fc-E
ticurnhi i-aini-hU t, sent free to every '( r-;
applicant. ff '
WE (.IMKAXTEC SIX KOXE
to cure any ease. For every .ft.OO or -jgA. s
rter received, we pena ax ooxes, witn , f
written uuarantee to refund the
nmney if our Kpwific docs not effect
Address al! - commuficatTons ta
THE MURRAY MKDICAL f'O So'e Manufacturer.
For Sale by G. A. Pw McGiew, Wes
km Mm !
MARION COUNTY, OREGON.
Elementary and preparatory classes
for boys (rem 8 to 12 years.
Complete f ommrrrlal. ' Srlrnttfle anal
For larger boys and young men. This
institution, only two years old, is already
one of the largest, most popular and
l est patronized of the coast. The high
est authorities of the state recommend
it on account of its healthy location,
scientific advantages and strict disci
pline. For catalogues with prosDectns,
terms, etc., writ to
Director Mt. Angel Goiiege.
Have had twenty years' experience as
Public Auctioneer. Satisfaction guaran
teed to all who may wish my services t
1-2 and 5 . Leav-a ord?r at th
office. - - .s . . .
t. . i. A.vii.iw.'--'
f Walla, w7 i. often superior adractai;ea to tne I
yotmand middle-aged of bti sexes who aeair j
To San francisco, Ual.
BK WAY OPTHH
Southern Pacific CompanvS
TIIE MO KT SHASTA
Quicker id time tlian any
Portland end San .
rcriiaao 4 p. xtu dully
TH&OVGU TIME S9 HOURS.
TOURIST GLEE PI.'Q CARS
FOR IflitKltci. .
Fare from 'Portland lo SacrBni,i, J
- SSau Fraucixoo. tirili:i:itvd 25. Hnt
class, limiivl, f-20; sfcoud
clann, limited, $15.
-sh Tlrtrtti to ulS i'oiiiU Seafh as
I'Mst Via lIiitC'Mi.
CORfBR F AND FeONT SthkBTS, ;
No. 134, Cor. First and Alder Street.
E. P. R OGEES.
O. F. & Puss. Atcnk.
GOING WF.ST. .
For Pirdielcii. IVrtland nnd 1I
East, via. Union rat itic Rv, leava VYes- :
ton at 6:38 a. m. dailv.
GOING EAST. ,
For Walla AVa'la. Davton. Totrntrmw.
Spokane Falls and all Pylonse Country
points, leave Weston at 9 :47 a. m. daily.-
From I'ort mid. Fr m San F eico.
'aring 10 P M. Tearing Swir St. 10 A. M.
Oregon fiiinilay iiec
Stat Thursday ...
Oreron Friday " 1
stare Tu.mIt " 1
Columbia Krtnidiy t
Orwton Walmwday 1
Utata Sunday ' 1
The company rooerrea tb riirlit to chaur
M ir ar.iiin.p .4a .... "
Firat ClasH, lincluding bjrth and meal, a as
Round Trip, unlimited,
Ta Asti.rla. St-cutlioat8 leave at a P.M rr
niulit- cxu-i.t eund:iyk anil ilaii) at 7 A. M," TrT
day ex- pt Tuemiai 3 for WprhinKlnn friae, and Taa
day, ThurfrtiiB and baturdajk at 6 A. U Ur r
iron iile. O. R. & N. hN lwnr, AR)l St 4 ,
Steajner Tekplione ieav 8 loi.t cf Alder St
To and from principal points in i United Statea
Canada and Europa.
Elegant PeIIim Slospers and Mil
Free Family Sloping car run Throurb oa
press trams to Omaha. Council Wuffa and Kaaaaa
City, without rhanffe.
Shortest Line, quickest time, and most eleaatly
equiped tiaius of any traus-contieuta! lino.
For further particulars of B. F.
0. J. SMITrl,
A. L. WAX ITEM
Gen. Pass, a Ticket 44,
The Pacific Express Ce.
Issues Money orders payable any
wher in the United States. 5.00 mr '
under 5cts. $10.00, 8ts. $20 0,
lOcts. $30.00 12ets. $40,C0 15t.
$50.00 I'Octs. Leave paakagas U W
at Pauly's book store. Express racaiv
ed will be delivered free. For raaaay
F. R. R.
SHORTEST, BEST ASD QUICKEST
Two llirouvjii Fust Trains Daily
DINING 6 R ROUTE.
Direct Line No Da! ays
Lowest rate to Chicago and all pamta esa
Tickets sold to all prominent points tlirougbmt k
east and southeast.
1 u liaan Uuvi.ig r-xsa Slepinj Cars raa thraua
to St. Panl
To Fast Round Passengers:
R careful and da not msk a mistAlia bat bs aar
And vee tiiat jour ticke reeds
Yia.St.Fan! nl? MfoHRannlis '.
To arohl ex.ume an.l wrious dcia ocv-usioned a '
oliir rmitca. H.rooatt iin::rratt I'mune can ara
on iiiircxprttbtu-iiis iuil lintih ol th. lin
tVt s tram for St. Paul. Icarca Wallnla
Jun.-ti 5:4 r. . daily, arhi in at Minnniop'.ia
at 5:15 . and St I'au! . R:05 p. m. of tlia third da.
.litre .tiTia in Li.i'.n Detiot ith all fast
trains for all p..... e st, no.ith and aoutLwrst ara
w Quickest Time.
Via Pasco n(i ( mcadf i i vision, ta all
points on Tuet Hound and tha north'
General Ajent, O. & XT. T.
. Walla W alla.
. t". Jokes,
No. 121 First are
1'orilau 1, .
THE . : ; '
Can be found at tho
Ready to repair cr make nw your
Wagons cr. Carriage
Plow WorJ- and
; . -,H6?sb Shootngr
V - ' --Isny specialty. " ;