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THE CONQUEST Of
By CrARLES K.ENNETT BURROW.
TUE BRISTl TE garden party wu'
a deadly v'.l affair. I tried to
convince myseif that I wen froni
cense of duty, but w hen a rapid survey
failed to reveal the alight figure and
delicious Irresponsibility of Jack Vivi
an, the sense of duty theory collapsed.
Mrs. Vivian, I thought, had been In
clined to treat me somewhat coldly,
and I wondered, rather angrily, how
she came to have such a daughter as
Jack. There was a certain vague sem
blance between them, certainly, but
nothing could convince me that Mrs.
Vivian bod ever been slight, and my
Imagination was not strong enough
even to suggest that she bad ever been
There were not more thau half a
dozen people whom I knew, and of
them not more than two whom I cared
to talk to. Most of the men seemed
to have got together In the middle of
the tennis lawn, the ladies were lan
guishing In the shnil.' of the beeches;
only one or two couples seenitd to be
engaged In occupation for which, sure
ly, gnrden parties alone were Invented.
Mrs. Ilristowe, my hostess, seemed very
"Why don't things move feeder, Mr.
Milclinny?" she asked, plaintively.
"Why don't those WTetched men do
"My dear lady," I said, "they never
do at these affairs. I don't know why
it is; perhaps there's too much daylight
"Hut one most give garden parties,"
"I thank Trovldence I have no gor
den," I suid. "I might manage a little
donee, a very little one. In my studio,
but a bachelor can't do that kind of
thing," you know."
"1 wish you'd go and talk to Mrs.
Vivian," she suld; "she's sitting all
alone there, and thinking of nasty
tilings to say afterward."
I wanted to talk to Mrs. Vivian, so I
went. The fnet is, I knew that Jack
had a great talent for drawing and
wanted to cultivate It, and I had a
vague idea that I might indue' Mrs.
Vivian to ullow me to give her daugh
ter lessons, particularly as it would
cost her nothing. It was a wild no
tion, but worth trying, and Jack agreed
with me. I therefore strolled) up to
Mrs. Vivian and sat down by her In a
"The parties here are always so slow,
aren't they?" she asked.
"Are they slower here than anywhere
"I trust ours are not so dull," she
"Ah, but you have a genius' for social
organization," I said, unblushlngly ;
"anil so few people have even talent."
I do not wish to depreciate Mrs. Vivian,
but her love of flattery was as great as
her rapacity for small and totally un
necessary lying. Hhe condescended to
anille upon me. "People are so differ
ent," she suid.
"You would notice that all the more
after your stay In the country. I said.
"How charming the roast is at I'm
quite, and what glorious skctchii.fr
ground? I suppose Minn Vivian did
some work there?"
She Ignored the last part of my ques
tion. "Do you know that part of tlie
world ?" she asked.
"Oh, yes," I said, "perfectly.
"That reminds nie," she said, smiling
again, "that I met a Col. Mildiuay at
my cousin's house. It did not occur
to me that he might be a relative of
jours. Is he?"
"He's my uncle, and a dear old boy,
too; but I don't see much of him now."
Her manner Instantly thawed; I be
lieve she had nn Idea that an artist
must necessarily be the son of a fraud
ulent bankrupt or a fourth-rate actor,
or something of that sort. Then she
oondescrnded to answer my previous
"Indeed, how strange that we should
meet in that way! l'hoehe painted a
good deal while she was there."
I wondered, fur moment, who
l'hoelie was I had called her Jack for
quite three mouths.
I felt that I Mas gelling on famously,
and was Jiih t arranging- in my miud
how to make the next step when Mrs.
Vivian spoke aga,in.
"What a charming place Lord St.
Alley 11 has. nt I'olgiirth," she said.
"Very," I answered, eying her fur
tively. "And what a delightful man he is,"
she said; "we dined there twice."
"lie's an old chum of mine," I said;
"we wre up at Oxford together." I
auw her wince, and hrr manner re
luxed even further. I felt profoundly
sorry for Jack.
"llow Interesting," she said.
"I see almost more of him than of
any of the old set," I suid. "We used
to get into glorious scrapes together.
He never did any work."
"And I suppose you did?" she sug
gested. "A little," I admitted),
"Oh, you young men." she laughed,
n ml wagged her false old head.
I have not, ns n rule, brtn a particu
larly lucky man, but certainly that aft
ernoon tin' fall's wiTv' on my side. As
I turned to see what hud become of
Mis. Itristnwe I ln'lield the familiar
figure of in j old frbjd St. Alleyne
come round f.-ciu the went side- of the
house, lie iik strolling along In hi
usual dreamy, casual way, ery well
dressed, perfectly at cum-, apparently
thinking of nothing. I knew the atti
tude well; it meant tl:it 1-c was in
tune for nny kind of fur
Happily he turned iufo lb.- iil.wuy
which ran before the s, nt i 'i uhieh
Mrs. Vivian and I were iii He
putiM'd for five minutes t- talk with
Mrs. Ilristowe. and then, silitini.' me
t; n ami twrsYt
h fco it fit nn
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a. wwiv IIU Iailaftfl c n turn 11
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, Standard OU li ffJ
Cesapeay & '
All dlssasss of Kidneys,
Bladder. Urinary Organs.
AIm) Rbeumatlsm, Back
Dropsy, Fsmals Troubles,
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
Cure for you. If ncccssury xrlte Dr. homier
Ku bus spt a Ufa time eiirlna" Just such
csm as yuurs. Ail consultations Frss.
Dr Penner's Kidney and llack-sche Cure
Is the cause uf my Ileitis; alive to-day. I bad
surTurifl Krcally of klilney disease foryeitrs
snd reduced I" weight lo I'M pounds. Iuow
wutgll I'A pounds.
W. II. McOl'OIN, Ollvo Furnace. O."
Pnutiflsts. nor.. II. AkJ;r ('raik ltook-Free.
ne bore slowly down upon us. I made
a sudden move In his direction, which
caused my companion' eyes to fol
"Who is that very distinguished
looking man?" ahe asked.
Providence had indeed delivered Mrs.
Vivian into my band I I engaged
her eye as I replied, without any show
of surprise at the question: "That is
Lord Kt. Alleyne."
I never saw terror ait more palpably
upon a face; then, without a word
suid, the terror changed to beseech
ing. I reully felt sorry for Mrs. Viviun
at that moment, but 1 thought of Juck
and hardened my heurt.
"Allow nie to present you to him," I
said, llefore she bad time to reply I
had advanced half a dozen steps to
"I want to Introduce you to Mrs.
Vivian," I said. "You know all about
my love affuir."
"Which one?" he asked.
"The. one," I said. He thought care
fully for a minute.
"Do you mean Jack?" he asked.
"Of course I do."
"Mrs. Vivian Is Jack's mother."
I glanced across the lawu and saw
Jack herself, alone, shining white
against some dark laurels. My mind
was Instantly made up.
"Well?" he su UI, uguin.
"I want you to talk to her for ten
minutes. Ami, like a dear old chap,
suyyili the nice things you can about
me, will you?"
"You want me to bamboozle her, do
"I want to marry Jack," I suid.
"All my friends are inurrying," St.
Alleyne murmured) "they'll soon be
all gone. I'm always doing them good
turns, and they never do anything
"I'M do anything you like for you if
you'll only manage this," I said. As
1 turned he caught me by the arm.
"Look here," he suid, "what am 1 to
talk about rising artist, increasing
popularity and all that kind of
"I leuve it to you. Hut for heaven's
take don't give me away." He. smiled
"As if I could," be said.
I saw that Mrs. Vivian's face flamed
as I presented him. I had never seen
her blush before; but ut the same time
there win a kind of feeble triumph in
her expression that made me sick. St.
Alleyim dropped languidly at hermit'
and I sped across the lawn. Mrs. Viv
ian was ut liberty to look us much us
alio liked; I could trust my friend to
Juck snw me coming and turned
away towards the rose garden; 1
blessed both her and her ncutcuess us
1 followed. She paused when we
seemed fairly alone.
"Where huvc you been all the after
noon?" "Talking to Mrs. Vivian."
"Oh!" she said, "wasitlnteresting?"
"Very. And you?"
"I've been waiting for you."
"Well, I'm here now. . , . Jack!"
"Yes," she said.
"You want to murry nil. don't you,
"You silly boy," she said. I took her
hand and held it so that no one could
I "Yuu know you do," I said; "you told
'nie so once."
"Did I?" she asked, closing her fin
gers tightly over mine.
"Yes; and I'm going to marry you."
"You deur boy!" she said. "Hut how
csn you? Maminii will never consent."
I thought I detected a hint of tears in
"Hut if I gain her consent, and this
She looked nt me with all her youth
on lire. I leaned towards her sudden
dy and ahe kissed me; the thing w as in
evitable. If the world had been look
ing on 1 believe she would have kissed
"My dearest l'hil,"slie said. "I'll mar
ry you whenever you "like." She
looped above a rose bush and plucked
a blossom; I bent over her shoulder,
and my lips brushed her eur and cheek
"I'hil, l'hil!" she cried. I followed
her glance, and there was Mrs. Vliian
ailing towards us, leuniiig heavily on
St. Alleyne's ami!
I felt convinced, by the indifference
of St. Alleyne's manner, that he had
been doing his duty to me. lie left .Mrs.
Vivian with nie, saying: "I'll see you
later, old chap," mid he added, in a
whisper: "Strike now."
1 did strike, and I noil that after
noon. The feeble objections that Mrs.
Vivian offered were easily overcome; I
attai-ked them all triumphantly and
gained her consent; it was not given
grndginc-ly. cither, and although Jack
could not understand it. I could.
1 walked home with St. Alio ne after
wards. "I hud an aw fill piartei--of an
huur with that woman," he said; "ou
reully should have more consideration
for a man."
"I'm niur eternal debtor,
"What dul mi talk about?"
"You," he said.
"Did thot t ire v on?"
"Horribly." he murmured.
" hat i!ti sou think of Mrs. V
i inn .'
1 tsked. Mi' w avi d his arm d
ly. "Don't !" Im-said. "1 w ouldu't ma r
ry into tl-. l..-i:i to have all inj debts
paid; inn .!..: they worry me much,"
he add. .'. 1 ' i.ughtfully.
"All yuu beggar are getting mar
ried." hi' said. "What the deuce am I
going til do?"
"Marry Mis. Vivian," I suid; "she's
I a widiv . you know , and w on Id jump at
you." lie paused on the steps of his
Club to tin: I. about it.
"It won'd be rather fun. wouldn't It ?
If I were torn orr I wouldn't mind, but
I'm almost .In. you see. No, l'lnl. it
json't do. It's a beastly thing to be
growing old." lie sighed inunrefuPy.
"I supetisc y.m don't ar.t nnv dinner?
No! 1 t h on if ; t not. There's one thing
left tu life, a.iyhow I cuu alwu)
VtttiT!iiui., lilt4, i-mint nn IVm
Hm k.ll.i thill IVU ll'v it Priaitiar
TOM THE TEMPTEIt.
"Oh! IaiMv, plcW
"I am afraid 1 couldn't, Dick. You rnurt
rini.-m .i-r tnat yu are only a little man,
on.l t:.itl liruiM'iiO u very fruky."
J know, dad, hut Torn got a pony f t r
Chi i.tinn, tio, tviid h can ride an)whe:
-Vou trv-'l t;iat Tom it 12, while you
are not yet ten. I am willing tt.at you
. i. .ul. I n ie when illiam can go with you.
tat ):! nuift n.'t go alone."
So j. .u s )nk Wilmer tried to he Con
lri.t'i, BiUstniK'i ti.c-it a .re ;t!tn
df, in Li ..c-i. ...I f hi c.LJii rixie,
and not ore or l, kin i.id to Kve a norrid
man tr..t: i. if r.li.j y i e.intl. It wn t riht
t :nt re '.niit.l K- tieaiid I. lie a My, wUn
he wm lully ai toil ua Tom ar.d ti-e other
ftll.iwrf. S j oi.e touUi KUf ti.ak ne ai
ner.t.y inr1 jert iui.j:.tr. He went wir
r.w:'uily t,ut t-t JiriHu n.j uil, and ut hia
own t in!;. ; tad .nninU tn olt daik niant
of l .e t;;i. iB-..nrttl.
For arj-iiii Wicka f:r lna faUicr'a man
date !a! cone lorl . lh k turned a deaf tar
to all of I'nu'i tnl and tni1evoi-d
to fotgot the neat little footn.an wli.ieilah
ing tnrouifH t. e l.ff wtndi: country
roj l-,u; a i:.y tame whin ail of Di.k'a
g.iid ictioiiiin n w.ie lluown to t:.e air.da.
It wm J"Aturii.y. M '. fimn, i i tuior,
had jut U it tv e I.oiim . ind ti e n l ckn
nil put aw.iy untii M"ndy. with a
fie i.eHil, Dick lMun.e diwnHaira,
hu -klrd on r. i ndii g k. t, hul
iirin hi Itnvj m.d el ! u cir!n a
well ia I 01. i i :uiiy mad. Mr. Vi!n.-r
had g"!ie to Uf .ji.ui on Iiih.!in, luid
Mr. V. uir.tr r. i.ul .alliiig li k knew
hj rifi'ttut tl.at it ouM j r. h y le
dark it, ne a".e would return, ant it waa
Um. hi,, me in t.e uoue. Ken Mr.
ItrowTi, u no had hton e tf 1 U alay, aa
leIrttta'..U for, as hia wife waa Ukeu i Ri
de til lit.
jo when left alone Dick ran don to AVil
luun'a room, over the at a hie. Ilia hand
w.if on t ie knot), and be ojwnMl hit mouth
to call the groom. Jut then Tom 'a mock-u-K
voice cr;il :
"Ho uii. l-a'-y; call your nurae!"
Iuk w.K-e.cii around, hia deep blue eyea
all ablate witti iml nation.
"1 am not a huUy, and you know it, Tom
'Then why do you alwaya have him,"
pointing a duxiajnful firpr toward the
cloied door, "taKKinft after you! When
you are a n.an jou'U have a keeper, 1 aup-
"1 won't h.ivo you talking that way tome.
I'm not a 1ml y, ar.t I you know I don't want
Vi!!;n n - and I only 'r.nrc htm lc'aufe dud
hihI 1 must!" cneii 1 i k, aturdily.
"1 in't you tver expect to hare a mind of
yi.iu own ? 1 'n:e you to go to day without
him!" taun'td Tom.
"Dad uid I muitn't."
"Wiilnirn in't t: ere; he went out juM
ta 1 eune in, k he cau't go, and you know
II fii ry ia tinvin your mother' homa."
"W niit ai all 1 do, then?" Di' k irtiod for
I moment ,!thatii.f;- It aa a gloiioua day,
cold and clear, eict-pt for a heavy Lank of
cloud flowiy liaii.g in the north. It waa
too lovt ly to itay atulfwl up in the hou?e
all the afternoon.
"It won't hurt you, I'll lake cart of you.
and we'll only go on the nearby roada.
Coma on, Dick," tempted th visitor.
"I ought not to," aaid Dick, alowly. It
waa ao hard to rifuae, for h wanted to
much to go.
"Do aa you like," aaid Tom. "I am go
ing." And he carelufcaly threw himaelf on
the waiting pony.
.fuat at that momeni a low, aorrowful
whinny came from Hronoho'a stall. That
dccnlM Dn k; he would not ha gone loitg, ,
aiul he would be very eireful oh, very I
At first hia conacience pricked him a lit- .
tic, but once out in the loft, waini aun
vliine, and Kalloping awiftly down tha long
roadi, he forgot hi acmplca and nevtr be-
fore had he enjoyed a ride to much. It waa
atrahKc ti'M neither of them iiotned when j
he aun Rank heiiind the clouda until they
werti completely covered with a soft while
veil of anow.
"Come, Tom, let's kurry home," railed
Ihck, f lightened at the thought of the
"It'a jolly now I am not going until the
ground geta covured," laughed loin. I
"I tell vou it's gong i h a Imd atorni.
1 am going home now, Tom, and you can
come when you please. " Dnk wneeled hia
horae around a he spoke, and galloped in J
tie opiilc directum.
"Hi, I Kiy, D.ck, ootne back!" called the
older b), liut he wna already out of hear
ing. Tom shrugged his shoulders and rode
It waa dark when Mr. Wilmur reanhed
hon.t and found hia wife in tears, and nearly j
wilt) horn unxiety. li waa bitterly cold, .
and a.itady the aiiowfall was iiiile deep. '
lU-tvt-tii her moImi Mrs. Wilmur told him j
thai Itr.xicno had juit come dome with live i
M; HiIm.it did uot hesitate an instant.
T tic if wnii only one loy with wtioin Dici
could have koiiu, and very Hn the anxious
f.itiicr nm cattcliuing Tout Sinner.
"Duk h.tsn't t home yet?" Tn aslusd,
a ten itn-1 look coiini g over his face.
"No Ih 1 tti make him go"
Totu loukt-tt tlowii. There was no use in
dcu ing it. Suppose Du k was lying hurt
or tropi n m the woods.
"Vci, sir; I asked him to go, but I didn't
think it would hurt," said loin, slowly.
"( unit witu me, sir, and show me where
he left you," commanded Mr. Wihner,
It Mas not an easy task, for the blinding
snow nude tiirm almost loft their Hay in
the most lanuliar roat'.s. Hours were sent
in the staivli, and Mr. Wilmer, .Mr. Stimer,
their servants and tnt iicig!itor looked un
til t if.v iwif ttiscoutaged.
ui!.iti.;y a joyful jt-ip from lack's dg,
a ii4t ii.AstitT, broug.it the half I'roren
luinl t. i'tiM, and t:i dim lantern light
she. I a faint red gKtv upon a small figure,
(iiig I all buried in a dnft, m)ii!e lfM!e
him. ) ta I drihtped, ftootl the mas: itf
Tt n 'i 1 1 .e lather lifted his kin on ions
bo iiti.l taiici him home. No one suffered
a nr. ei an Tom dining the dolor's con
sult.i: ion, hiiddUd up in a little httip out
sult1 Dik door Honrs wore b) . and still
n. i.m1. I (it in the riMim. At length the
door 'i:l o ci.ed, and the kind old family
phv -it i vi c nut .-ut.
" :i . Tom. lial are yon doing her?"
'ls he is he dead V sobbed Tom,
"No, my boy; he isery much alive, and
in a ft iv wt iki he will be as Kelt as you are.
Wat it u v;n tttok huu"
" e, dori.tr." s.utl l'o:n, manfully; 'l
detptse iu 1 1 for it ; he tlidn't want to
go, und 1 nuimvd him into it. 1 am much
older than t.e it, too tlVn't vou think he
Will .lU.i haile llic"
"1 think, mi t::e contrary, that you and
Dick will hi bettor lneti!s th.ui ever. You
have le.irncd i: at the way of the trnns
grev'or i uoj an i.v hle one," remarked
the ol.i tli ciot. .':t'.v
And t c .!'. ioi p:edietion came true,
for in tiii. i bo . otl, i!i,:rii!y altd nun
hotd dta D, V 't!i. ii aiul Tom Here in
separable N Y Ti i1 une.
Is nftrn no inort nor b ss tlum a
ni'brtrd niso of ontarrh which in
t into rrntit'8 bm king i tnik'ii timl
iiaiino in her efl'ortri to p-t rid tf tlu
tuboretib's Ki ts u)t an ititbun.it ion
mutter in mated anil the tube-rvult
is sotteiii d. It then etunrs to ahend
or Mih'mtes ninl (he matter is dis
eharded into the nearest air tubes.
This the sntTerer misos and ttlliiyn the
eongh to win" rxtent but as the air
cells till up with tuborvulcr mutter
the blood cannot circulate vrfect It
through the lungs hence it become
more impure torw ant of air, which
lesena natun's pw r to throw off the
disease until at la-t the diMas W
conios more p in nil the eoufh a? ta
gn ater, followed by niglit sweat
and bleeding of the lunt, tinallr the
Hiitti rer gvts wekaer and weaker, until
dentil cuds this dreadful diwaw.
Smith Ii'im." S. 11 t'atarrh eimisC'tK
on the iil.iuds and mucous surfact's .f
the ay stem thnuigh tho MihhI. It
itrouioti s the at t ion of attsorhanta.
then n'tnoves the dejxvsited tutH'n'Ule
I and speedily allays the etiugli and
I cures the catarrh, no matter w here
bnatcd. Never foil to cur mulit
swe.iiKS. or sale by all drueisla.
' lUmk i'U Catarrh frvo." Aitdrt1 Smith
j Itn. , Fnnius I'aL
Alfrie Pslip. tV tslfnted founasteneg
nphrr of tl.r Ij-imm : s.!i;mli ration, hsd it
sll fiirinnl "i t n it'ilri'.si'y (.irfiiomi ss
ha lrsi.nl tKi-.sii) t.-ic (ii.t-sir rgi:er and
wsitni :or Uc iff ' stitiinin bun. A'.et
on. ei-!- kill (in out at iltnnmc. He
wan'l t" h-.-i-. at.Kiiter Vm, or : ut
ti.e v. i.i.l- ui.i . vet, cr iut s hunch of sc-tt-niie.
!.'. o. il'Ae "ni all f.rt tiie bio. k
he s j it i' ).i-K to kill 'em. He nail so
annminiej lu t oi' ,,ar.i:-i!'or friend,
with s ers'ljr lu it in Ins ey. on the 1
befoie, snd r.e i.iis.it it. A:nie 1'synlip al
ways lueaiu every!. ling lie a) s.
"1 don't knu," he iiiu.nl, a he leaned
closer still to tr.eliot sir nK1 er, "wr.ftl er
I'd better ri n this uiie.abie lit tie tCX
j,b to morriw miming, or i argon until
trie end of the niontn, so's to give 'em s
ci.ance to get snotl.er s .or t..i:d iiian. l.M
lie hard to liana" on, t ::ou'.'i, w..a I'il Lave
siK.ut m.iimi in col ye iow isnti in m
h:iieiuna when I get ba k Irom llennin
t li eviiuiiR," and Altie Irsi.ed ba-k am.
closed his eyes dreamily snd tiioug.it of
l.-e ili'SMt,t, Iistromiing n:ai.ner he'd as
sume tosar.l the c.ltf of the bureau of
siiiii'ibratuin on the morrow.
"He's a gnid enoug l old codger in hi
way." reflected Aliiie, "but lie tuuik. the
nnu'ley little old 3.sU s year be gettirg
is b'g m.iney, even for the u url of hi.
And tiu-n, Algie, freed from his stcno
grsi ,ic carea, wss out st t: e track, if
the little roll of WO in his ve; tl.at lie Ud
screwdeJ with great dill c ,lly from s
bruiiie gen:!eiiian who lad not only re-uunr-1
an indorser, but the nuiicA-'.iit usu
rious interent of 111) f er cent. annum.
Aigie slo bad carefully tucked aay in
his waistcoat pocket the rlit given to liiiu
on the afternoon before by a ; aiii fea
tured young person from New Yf.ik. Tr.t
slip coiitanmi the nani of t. e wnii,e: of
each of t!.e nx races on tlie curd, tau. jiiar
snteed to le st s price of So to I or let
ter, snd the ten dollar ren i.i nt i f I is Inst
pay dcy w! i-h Algie i.sJc! c il g en rp
for tins potential piece of pa; er hail clncd
a mere Ugaielle to the tnlenud youi g le
aivrapner when conipsied wiln its pom
"( sninus to win the first rsce," uiuM-d
Algie, as he msde his nay into tl t bct'ii g
ring liefore the iate went up. ".ml 'i a.
sntceil to be st least 60 to 1. I'll put ten
dollar, on ( sninus J50U ought to be enough
for s turter."
Forcing ins way up to a bookie's stool
when li e betting began, Alg'e larli ws
deiig led to tit.it tl.ui aniline .n i e ini..
out,iitr at lisi to 1 in tlie I e.in g. Ai d .
he got H,iW for his ten ilolhi.--. t'.e l.o.-k-maker
Mil ling at him uni.ini.a.;.v a. iie tool
the money. Then Alg.e mounted the stum,
to wa e i the race.
No description of that remarkable rare ifl
necem-ary tiie news report of the i'iii '
races g'lve it in full. Caninun rot off 1ft.
gradually worked his way to t e linnt ami
won on tiie wire by a no.e frohi I. e oiiiln
on favorite. Algie repressed i. ii:i'.i! ex
citement in a dead ga-ne mai lu r, am! w en
he collected the Jl.Uli from tl.e bo kn uk
er's caiiiu-r he favoleil ti nt c. iig'intd in
dividual with a satirical smile tl st wan
Dieant to be, snd probably was, exceedingly
"L'm-a fair start, that," said Algie to
himielf, languidly, a he strolled over to tiie
bar and refreshed hiuivelf with a ip-ail of
the re.ticua amlier priwliii-t ol (iiull. '"htcam
Roller to win llie second - g- aianlecd to lie
st 30 to 1," my information nails. "I shall
invest a little matter of ), then, on Sttam
Holier to win."
W hich Algie did. He hsd, however, to
tsks odds which were cut before his ad-
vanie along the line the rumor ol a new
plunger having spread with its tustoii.niy
rapidity in the ring. Algie ielt an inward
sense of tliiiinptl when lie v c.ivcd ti nt
the bookmakers were not only giuii g at
him with respect, but that t! cy were nib
bing out tlie prices on their slatcs'when lie
nisile In. appearance. Algie got smiie of
his Solh) down on Steam holler st 'JO to 1,
but when tlie scared hookies sa" liiin com
ing they qui kiy beg.in to s: avc. so tl.at he
hsd liiuilly, st post time, to an cot lour to
one. When he had placed all of the IrTioO
he stood to win about Sil.iSXI if Stiain Holler
romped home, as Algie hsd every reason to
And, as will be recalled by renders of the
race reports, of course Algie's riprctalion
was realized. It was Steam Holler's ince
from st ii it to finish, and he won pulled up
by live lergths.
"Oh, well, not so bad," saiil Algie to him
self, as he invested in s l andfill cf cigais
at one dollar ,-.-ii und coolly in.l;i: cl o! t' e
liar la'eisr if lie didn't have in s' c' a few
hot ties of .liihniinisberger of tl e vint: g,' , f
'till. Ity this I in e lies of the iiiinii-u.e suc
cess of the stranger in tlie lit-p ..nil ;.n.i 1
all ovrr t'e eianil stand, so t: ai h in n Al
gie, after bctimg W.'flO on his info, n-ant's
selection lor ttie third rsce at !t-n to i m
was positively eiiibal rased over ihc vsv
the pietty girls in the boes pmnud him
out coy'y with their progri.nnr.es. How
ever, he lon'rived to hold on o a lcait'g
that was b.ito dciionair and itn'i,'c'f tit. He
was in r 1 1 u'.il'ly dciig'ited to i b is lint
s number ol his fellow clerks. ,c:im! in t .e
stand with their wives, were iignnling him
with green eyed envy that, lumvir, 1 1 r
Iheless had in it slso a gleam of admiia
turn. He was generous fiii i to l..ni'-i
the rcsein fiiltn ss he felt over the i n dic
tions of some of them, msde !' e i'.iv ' rlo'e,
that he would n't win a bet, and 'o cie ;i nn
the name of the hor-e he had ! i t n
the third race whereupon, neciiic-s lo my,
they rushed down to the ring and "lapped"
themselves upon Algie's word.
The melancholy yellow sun drew cloe to
the horiton aa Algie, "S,DOO to the good at
the finish of the fifth is . res. Si. I t'e
stand to wntcli t tic si'th snd 1, l evi n! Ile
had bet enough lo in.ike Ins al'tc. "o. ii v. .li
nings su even IliSi.tksl. As he l I Ii 1. e
irsiid slaiid steps, sith hi" g':-.i- pl.icrd
jaustily st his .yes. men ai.d won su 1 .i d
niore stti-nti m to Algie l'ayshp, t e r at
eelouslv sutslui siriii-giap'-ci o: tit bu
reau of Silu nbvatioli. lhail tl'iv i'i I to t' e
horsss paia-li' g to t' e post. 11c ' .ol. i: ;.s
known, e-i.r elled at least 12 of t' c 1 k
niskcrs to take down thi-i" -l.i:." -in! lo-e
their satchels, and it i -hm i ' ii'oi:r.,i
the ling that if he won the lit-l i.i c. too,
one of the tnosl famous of the bookmak
ers, after years of unvarying success, w, uld
have to put up the shutters.
The horse, fretted at the post for s mo
vent, and then Mars I'nsM.ly g-'ve tleciy
and Algie stepped down to see i 1 '. h of the
bunch had secured the roll, and in don g
off his chsir in the bureau of adum
bration and woke up with s ta'r. Two mo
asenta later he was taking ' i- . '. i.ic
Ution, the chief bsving altcs.'i f -! 'o
)e. hun oil for the afteino. n n c t . (
the presmre of work. Age '.'. a- lie
$40 snd the slip. None of t' e ' i-i - i .inn
on tl.e slip, by the way. isn o: r 'no. thice.
Hut Alg.e is gotrf to take 1 1 e -1- ui to the
track the first afternoon he i c. ei i! in get
ting off. when he expects to trail thst
tisne.' le hsd before the hot sir rifister.
N s.huigtoa stsr.
FOKTVNK FAVORS A TEXAN.
" Hist i iisr ilistrvasiiift tutius in lit'.l.
luck ami stnnincli anil kciiiK without
pi'titi 1 l'Kn to u Dr. King's
New Uifo Pills" write V. P. White
licid of K.'iiii.'.liilti Tex. "nnil s.Hiii
fell likt tt new nmn." Infallible in
stomach aiul liver trcinM.'S. Only '.'.V
at V. F. Krvmer' drug ston1.
See those atilf-seallng stone fruit j..rs
at J. Wolke's.
iiit DR. JORDAN'S oustI
(HUSEUH OF ANATOMY'
TV lnm IMMMN. MMM to (I
wsA Vmmm -p mmsjM
4mi4 psf U si f mmt is; tsl
limilnsHi ss t.sjtm fcsH j fWsa,
Bt. 4MMI-IIS(AJiS OF Mil I
vrsii i. is 1 1 1 m ,.sawi a
TlSMMfeslSllllsA SI. SI I
mm si. -"-- s hI t
MSSMl nN NH riHM. tMM. ..4
'-' t OS I.
Ws , k, Sns A S , A s -'. w. 1
sanrt. VssSsa rsiis.i.ei.v .
sasiiasim, wailss ssaa. siiiiih Su
st sOKsvaa k CSV. IMI kws .. I s.
To take cold. It's fo common to ne. jlecl
the colli. Tint is one reason why there
are so ni.mv people with ".lecp-swtt.l
stubborn coughs ami so many more witu
" luni? trouliU-." ,
The short, quirk way to cure a cough
is to use I)r. l'tcrce a
Golden lleilical Dis
covery. The quicker
this remedy is used tlie
rndeker tiie cure. But
even when nri;lect has
let disease fo.trn on
the Iuiilm, "Goblin
may be relied on to
cure in ninety
eight cases out of
The only motive
for Bulir.l'.tiitmn 13
to permit the dealer
to mate the little
extra profit paid on the sale
of less lmiitorioiis ncili
cines. He g-iius. You lose.
Tl t,.r .rnrA net sadistl-
tute for "Golden Medical -Discovery."
-I am frcrug ouilr wrtl.- writes Mis Dorcas
A Uk of No. ui-, 2'tliw . v.a-'""p""-My
coh is very cue h iHltcr. a"U 1 owe I al
to l)r l'ic-rce- lioldcn M-'Ileal Uiscuveri. I
cannot-avt.s, i.iucli in pr, ife of the medicine.
I hail lt ii unil'' a sufTircr for a Ion,: limcand
ift.r r.a.:,,n: 1-Ktr Pierce. ?";
Mdlcal Adviser lli,ai;lit I would try liw l l'un
Mcdii-Jl Ui-ivery.' I cotiimemcd I ikinR It 1
Mnv, Had not Ik-cii sic well for i long
time. T.s.l one teasiwoilfut of Pr. I len.e s
Col-len M.di.-al l)i-rover' and slept nearly all
night without con-Thing. V I eonlintied aking
it 1 am 1.1 .treat -yu.pathy with everylslv who
nn-di. n.r- an l" .Inlcrrnt docors. but did not feel
much Ik-;:, r. I roimhcd until I commenced spit
ting bl.i. hut now I feel much stronger and
sin entir-lv well Dr Pierre's f.ol.lrn Medical
Iliscoverv.slhelK-il mcdici-ie I have ever laten.
Sly home is in Williamsburg, Virginia."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a la
dies' laxative. No other medicine equals
them for gi n".leneS3 ami thoroughness.
NOTICE FO K PL" I LICATION.
Timber Land Act, June 3 187S
Unilo.l Siatm L nd Office,
Ros' hiiig, Orpgnn. Sept. 5, 11102.
Notice i hereby givun that in com
pliance with tho provisions of tlie
S I of C'-ng.ess of Juno 3, 1H78, entitled
"An act lor the sal of timber lands in
the States of California Oregon, Nev.nH.
and VVashingt m Teriitorv," as exieinl
osll the Public Lin. I States by act ol
August 4. lH'JJ, Ainv A Ziiinliiil of Mos
cow, Countv of La'sh, Stale of Mali '.
hr th s dav filed in this olfi.-H her sworn
Statement So. 311(1, for the purchase oi
the S i.:. of S .t of Section No '11 in
rnwnsh'p No. 37 S, Range No. (5 VY, and
will nil', r pioof to show that the land
ought is more vsluablo for its timber
0' stone than for aa-iiculturnl put
poses, and to establish her claim to
ssid land b. fun- Land Ollii e, Rnseburg,
Oiegon, on Friday, ihe Gill day id Feb
mart, 11103 She names aa wiinesses:
Mary C Mcfsilaml, II. C Mi farland.
and Marion M. Collins of Moscow,
I 'aim, and A. W. Silsbv of (irants Pass
Anv and all persons, claiming adverse
ly the above .described lands are re
quest d to file their claims in this oifice
on or belore said Uth day of rehtuiry
1IKI3. J. T. Pkiikikn.
NOIICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lsu.l, Act June 3, 1878.
United Slates Lind Office,
Roselmrg, Oregon, Sepleuiber 5 b, PJOJ
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions! tlie act
of Congress nf June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands in
the States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as ex
tended to all the Public Lund Stales by
set of August 4, 18112, Mary C Mc
failand of Moscow, County ol I.a'ah,
State of Idaho, has this dav filed in
this oilice her sworn statement No
3417, for the purchase ol the N1.. "f St
nf Section No. 'SI in Town-hip No 37
South, Range Nu. 0 V, and will nil.
roof to show that the land sou lit is
more valii ihle for its timber or s o.ie
Ibsn lor agile iihiirul purposes and lo
establish her cla.ni to said land hcf re
Land Oilice, Roseburg, Oregon, on Kii
.lay, the till day of Fibmuv, 1113
She names as witnesses :
Amy A. Zuiulinf, Miri.ni M. Collins
II. I". Mi la. land, of Moscow. Idaho, A.
W, Silehv, of iiranls Puss, Oregon.
Any and all pels. ins claiming adverse
Iv the above-described lands sre re
quested to file their claims in this oilice
on or before said tllh dsv of rebrnarv,
1WJ. J. T. UmiKiKK.'
NOTICE FOH 1THLICAT.ON.
Timber Liind Act June 3 1S."8
I'niled Slu es Lunl Oilice
Roseburg Oregon, September 5 h, 1002
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the piovjstnns ol the act of
Congress ot June 3 1S7S, en'illeil "An
set lor Ihe sale of tinila-r l.ii.ds in the
state of California, Oregon, Nevsdi,
and Washington Terriioiy," aaexiended
to all I he Public Land S'ates bv ni l of
August 4, 180.' Marion , Cj'Iiiis ol
M scow, County ol l.alali, Stale it
Idaho, lias this day ti led in this oilice
his sworn statement No. 3118 for tlie
purchase of the S of the N'4 ol Sec
tion No 22 in Township No. 37 South.
Range No. ti W, ami will oiler proof to
show that the land sought is more
valusble for iln limber or stone than for
sgiiciillu.al purposes, and to establish
biBclaini to said laud be. ore Roseburg
Laud thl.ee. Ro.o-bnrg, Oregon, on Km
dav. the 0 h dav ol Febru.irv, l;s)3.
Um names a. witne-ses:
lleniy t M.lirlin.l, Amy, A.
..nub it, Mary C. Mi fat land, all of
Mi sco-, Iilalio, A. W. Silsby ol Grams
Anv snd all terons claiming a.'
vis ly fie above defer. bed lin is ar
r ip ested to tile their claims in ihis
otlice on or Udore said li h day to
J. T. BiiiiniKs,
N0IIC1S FOR PCI.ICATIGN7
Timber Land Ad, June 3, 178.
United Slates Land Office,
Roselmrg, Oregon, Sept. 5 l'.'iVJ
Notice is herein given that in coinp i
slice w it h tlie piovismnc ol lb- ac ol I'nii
g.ess of Junt 3, 178, en'illed "An ac.
lor the sale ot iiiulier lun-l- in the Slaii
of Caliiornia tregon, NtVsiU, slid
Wasli n'on 'Teiniorv," satxendul to
ail the Public I. iii.l S.a es pv act ol
August 4. I"-, llenrv C M. Isiiaml
of Misi-oa, Ci iinly ol l.hlsli. Stat- id
Ideho hss'hsdsy fi'ed in His otli-e
his swolll sta elneiit NO ii41il. lor .lit
purchase oi the N ol the N t of Sec
tion Nn 22 in '"tw.tship No ;i; s
Range N-i. ti W, and w b i tT-r pra.f lo
show tbsl the laud si. light is mon
va'uthle nr lis limtier i-r stmir It an (m
sgrtciiliursi pnrKis,-s, snd lo esiaidi-b
Ins clam, to rati lan-1 lieli.re J I
Bridg--", R s bing, bekon. mi Kudu.
be lilt dav ol rebruirv, l.i 3.
i. sines as w i to ss,. ;
Marion M. C-llins, Anis A. 7. in' o
ml M.nv C Milsrlaud id Moscow,
ll sho. and A. W. St a'tv of tiranis Pass.
Any and all rsr.ons claiming adversi -Iv
i Im i!un il scii'eil uihIi aie re
qiieied to tile then claims in 'ins ..dice
on or be'oie alJ tiih ds o( t-ebiuarv
J T. I'K.lMiSh,
Vou Know Whe.1 You Are.
When you take tirovr's Tasteless t'htil
Tunic, tsrrause the formula is plainly print
ed on every Uitlie showing thst it is sun
ply lion and Quinine in a tasteless form
No Cure No, Pay. ItV.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act June 3, 1378.
t'niled Hute Land Office,
Koseburg Oregon, August 13,190.'.
Notice is hereby given that in i.'oin
plir.nre wiih the provisions of the art nf
Congress ol Inr.e3, 1878, entilliil "AO
ci for ihesaleol iiuitwr lanos in toe
Stales o( California. Oregon, Nevade,
snd Washington Territory," as extended
osll the Public Lsnd Stales by act ol
lugusl 4, ISH2, Lida H. Ku.i'baiigh of
I'urtUnd, Countv of Multnomah. Btate
if O egon, has fnis day filed in this of
ice her sworn statement No. 3idO, for
lie purchase of the W of N E V4
md S H of N VV H of Section No. 13 in
Townhip No. 41 Soti'h, KanueNo 9 W,
and will offer proof to show thst the
and sought is more valuable for iis lim
ber or stone ihni lor aiiiii uhural pur
ih ses. and to establish her claim So said
isnd before J. O Booth, County Ju.lgi
.this ollioo at Grunts l'a-e, Oregon, on
Monday, the ltlih day ol November,
l'J!i'. She names as witnesses:
Geo. K Funk, C. E. Field". Sun P.
Veatrh, Elwood Wiles, all of I'onl ind.
Anv and all persons rluiminn adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
oj nested lo lile i heir claims in ibis idlici
on or before said lOib day ol November,
J. T. Bkiikikh,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act, June 3. 1878.
United Stales Laud Oilice,
Roeeburg, Or-gun, August 13, 19(i2
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act ol
Congreesof June 3, 1878, eiri.led ' An
act lor 'he sale of timber lands in tin
States oi Csl-fornia, Oregon, Nevada,
ud Wasningion Teintory, ss extended
lo ali the Public Land Stales by act ol
August 4, 18111', Mary tiiinderson, ol
Portland, County of Multnomah. Mali
1 Oiegou. has this iuv hied in this oilice
her sworn statement No. 32,13, for tlo
pun base of the N K ii of Sec. No. 35 in
Toanship Nn. 40. South, Range Nn. U
West, and will i -tl r proof lo show thai
il.ela.nl sought is more valuable (or ii
timber cr sione lliun for sgriculturs.
pin poses, ami to establish her claim to
said land befoie J. O. llooth. Count
Judge, at his tthee at Grants Pass, Ore-
noil, on .Monday, the Hull day ol Novell!
ber, Pjp2. She names as witnesses:
E. Gunderson, 0. E. Fields, Elwood
Wilce. E. A Fearing, ail of Portland
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-dt-senhed lands are
quested to file their claims in this oilice
on or befoie said 10 li dnv ol November
J T. PiHIDUKS,
NOTICE FOR PU11I.ICATI0.N.
Timlier Land Act, June 3, 1878.
United States Laud Oilice,
Roseburg, Oregon, August 14, PJlK
Noiice is hereby given that in couiph
auce with tiie piovisions of the a.i ol
Congress of June J, 188, entitled "An
act fur the sale of limber lands in the
States ol Caliloi nu, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," us extended to
all the Public Land States by uct ut
August 4, 1802, Elwood Wiles ol
I'oitland, County ol Multnomah, S ale
of Oievon, has this dav filed in this
oilice hia sworn statement No !!23:
foi the purchase of the N'a N E1 S E'
N vv'4 a.i.l S tl 'i . of Section
No 12, in township No. 41 S, Ringe No,
0 west, and will i-IT.-r proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable (or its
timber or stone than for stt'icultural pur
poses, and to establish Ins claim to said
land before tho Register ami Receive!
of Ihis i Ihce at Grains l'a-i, Oregon
on Monday, the loih day ol Novem
ber, 1002. lie names as witnesses
E A Fearing, 0. E. Fields, K. W
FaiberGeo. R. funk, all of Portland,
An; land all personsclaimingadveisely
the alove described lauds are requested
to me ineir claims in tins olliceon or be
foresaid 10;h day of November, 1U02
J. T. BmnuKS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Laud Act, June 3, 1S78
Uni'ed Miiib Land Oilice,
Koeeb'irg, Oievon, August 13, 1002
Nuiice is Inrebv gnen tliat in tompli
a nee wuu the provisions of the uct ol
unigiessoi June a, 18,8, entitled "An
act lor II. e sale oi umber I in.U in
iiih S'ates ot lulilornni, Oiegou, Ne
. ViiU anil Wa hin,ton Territory," a
extended to ull the Public Lan
I S.ates by act ol August 4. 1M'.i2
i r edrick W. I-arber ot Port 'ami
V uuiy loi ftlultnomah. State of Or...
goii has Ibis day tiled in this ol.
Iic bis sworn statement No. 32J7
t r the purchase of the S'o ol N Wri.
slid V of S W i4oi Seclun No
in lown-hip No. 41 S. Huiiie N
0 west, and w li olfer prool to show lli.u
tneiaiius unlit is more valuable fcr iis
umber or stono than for agricultural
putpo-es, end to establish his claim f
said laud belore J. o B.mib I'mmt.
Judge at btsoiti. eat. Grants Pass. Ore
g"ii, on Monday, tlie 10" h day ol Nov in
her, 11M2. tie n tines as witneHSHs
Eluuod Wiles, C K. Ki'id, lon-pli'
A I slock, Sam P. Veacb,all ol l'or.land
Anv and all persons claiming adversely
tlie above described lands aie q.iesie.l
to file their claims in ih's (.IhVo mi o
be:ore said lt'lh day of Nnveinber, P.I-12.
J. I. Piiiiiokh,
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lind Act, J.ine 3. ft;sj.
I'ni'id Mans Land tiilii,.,
R s-biirg. Oregon, August 13, l!,l)2.
Nonce is berebv given t la eat in con,plV
sine with the piovisions of thH Bcl .
Congress ol June 3, IK78, entitled "An
act lor tlie hsIh ul tun kt lands in lb.
Stales of Calilornia, tin g in, Nvsda
ami Wasbingioit Territory, " as extend
ed to all .he Public Land State, hv ad
of August 4. 1M.2, Edward Gunderson
of Pottlaml, C unty f Miilinotmtl,
State of tlu-gon, baa tin. ,v tiled in
this otlice his sworn statement No ;p 'i
b r tne purcbaM' of the S W i4 ( Sccrion'
No. 3 in Townslnp No. 41 S..uth, rang,
! west, snd will otfer pr.Ml to show that
the land sought is mure valuable form
tinnier cr stone thin for sgriciiltura'
put poses, til l lu establish ,i elaim t,
Slid laud before J. l), Psnh Colint.
Judge, si bis i tlice at GiktitB pa,, i,,,,
g in. on Moi.d.y. il.e III ti day oi Novell,
be , 1M2 lie nanus ss wuma-e. -
s.m f. Veanh.t.eo. R pki J,
AH tnk.t., E. Fields, ait ol Portl.nj
Aoy soil all .eri.ns claiming adverse
ly i he ah ne-.es,.rii,rl ,,9
ed lo ti e llien c.aims in this t'ut,,n ,
.elore said 10 h d iy ol N ivetnber, I:i02
J. T. Bkii ot:.
Notice of final "settlement
Noiice is hereby giv.t, t lint S.itur
liiy, the 4th day nf ( K tola r, at It
o clock a. in. f ,,1V u, , (inr
room of the couuiv conrt of Josephine
county, tm gon, has ts n rix.-it ns th.
lime ami place for bearing the tin-il
an-. unit of A. f, Hongh ., ndiuiiu..
tratnr of the estate of Lluieh U Min.ii
Ufi'iisj-iL All irtsou int. n st.-ti
in said estate an- her, t,v n.,tirit-l t()
hie tnetr i.lij. ciions to soul accountant
if any th. y hay,., on or la fore sai.i
..... ., ,, ii an, i ini-n. t K, ir,..lt
isusi. nny sjiiii ti..,.! ,,.,,,
slin.ll not Is- allowed. This ..oii.c- is
publislieii by order of stud county
court, made oil the 4th dav f t o iteu".
her. Itsr... A. I'. HOI ti,l,
Tlie v.,,7 tlregotnaa andTl!e
tcisiyaUlb for oi e j ear or 2 in
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morning trains out of St. Louis and
The St. Louis Special now leaves
Portland, at 8:2o a. in ; Tamma, o:40
n. m ; Seattle, 3:50 p m.; Spokane.
.1.55 a. in.; Helena, 10:15 p. in ; Bil
lings, 7:00 a; in.
The nt w card isj more" convenient to
most cities in Hie Northwest. The
rain now curries standard sleeper,
innrist sleeper, d:niig"cur, chair car,
coach, and baggage car, Portland to
Kanas City without change, also free
in -lining chair car, Portland lo St.
Louis. It remains the great TIME
SAVER, as well as tlie only through
train between 1 lie Northwest and the
A familiar name for the Chicago, Mil
waukee&St. Paul Railway, known all
over the Union as the Great Railway
running tho "Pioneer Limited" trains
every day and night between St. Pan'
and Chicago, and Or.mhu and Chicago.
' The only perfect trains in the world
Understand: Connections are made
witb All Transcontinental Lines, assur
ing to passeng ri the best service known
Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam
o at, of a verity equalled by no othei
See that your ticket reads via "Tlit
Milwaukee" when going to any point in
Hie United States or Canada. All tick
et agentB sell them.
For rates, painphleis or other infor
J. W. Cabby, C. J. Eddy,
Trav. Pass. Agt, General Agent,
Seattlk, Wash. Poutlasi), Or.
iivo added in tlie lust edition of
Wobater's Inlernaiional Diction
ary. Tho International is kept
always abreast of the times. It
takes constant work, expensive
work and worry, but it is tho only
way to keep the dictionary the
of tho English-gpeaking world.
Other dictionaries follow. Web
It is tho favorite with Judges,
Scholars, Educators, rrinters.etc,
in this and foreign countries.
A postal card will bring you
interesting specimen pages, etc.
G. & C. MEKHIAM C0MPAXY
The largest nun ever (or
'.riplion. changed bands in S.m I ran
is. au,. -m, i,,u. Th ,rnu,,.r,;;.
volve.1 in coin and slock ?1I2,.MH 0 I and
aspn hyanariv bu-ms ,, (,
-pee l,..' lor llr.gbl's 1 lisease and Illa
Ibeycciuitnem-ed ,he serious mvesti
gat,,,., of tl,,. p,wilic Nl ,-
I hey inter.iewetl scores f tbe .-u,!..!
"id tried it out on its merits livpuitin,
n-er three do7.en cases on the Ireaime
'l'...gtl,e,. The also go", ,
;;;' ci,roi,-. in,irilMH,i M,-
snd sdiinnistered ,t !, tl-e ,,bys,c,as
the i es, ,..,., w,re PllHr,w1
-r. ..Tessmg favorably.
I here being but ibirteen per cent ol
"d ibe.nnsaction. The p..,i.ee,lings
lini.-al reports of tin. t,..,
i'.iW.VV l-lllt . "N J ''ITOX
',, V4J" """1-Joinerv St. an Fran
"co, t ul " r ,an
V HOYS' WILD l;U,K j,( ,., L,FE
With f-iiuily around M11, tM, , in
to die. Hllll SI)(1 is i nn
co erV for V"' "'' As-'-ry
-ng',,''' Z'' S"U'!'1;-
1'N've its m-itch '' Ur'l
ho.tle, ill,- :, ,1 '" ,"'-;'r:l!.t.'ed
fr.e a, ,v y u-r ' rial Isitth-s
' r' K'-uier s diu s,rtl
a.t i Laintiv; n, " r,?i
I cssM la sisss auu
A. C. Sheldon, General Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ors.
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Den ver& Rio Grande Railroad
Only transcontinental line $'
passing directly through
SALT LAKE CITY,
i f- a rti t
Three splendidly equipped trin daPt
TO ALL FOlNTs EASl'. '
Thmtigh Sleeping and Dinins r..
and Free Reclining Chair Cars
Tl.O llinlt !tlAllllhan . Ik
America by daylight.
Slop overs allowed on all ilitjoj
For theapest rates anil descriptiq "
literature, addreEs .
.1. 1 Manstiehl, (ieneral Agent,
121 Third St., Portland, Ursot.
TJNl) FROM V,
ST. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS.
AND I'OINTS KAST
Through Palace and Tourist 8I,
ers, IMntng ami Htiliet 8mokui '
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME. .
For Rates, Folders and full infcrmitis
regarding Tickets, Routes, Ac, call
j. w. riiAi.ox.T.p.i.
II. DICKSON, c. T. i.
Vl'J Third Street, Portland
A. B. C. DKNNISTON, 'i. W. P. A.
'(12 First Avenue Seattle,
0. R. & N
OREGON SHOUT LIM,
IT IS Tl IK-
Route to all Ka-tern points via. Porto-1
All Tbroii-h Tickets reading over tliiitt
ire good via:
Ntilt TnUe and Dfiirer
Low Kates l-vcrvuhcrt
Tickets on Sale at Southern Pacific Pf'
A. L. CKAI0,
(icn'l Passenger Ag""1! '
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AtiTonf rn11n a krtrh und deswrtpiWifj
1'i'fstly .i.-.rtrtiri iir oi.tnion fre
il.VfiiT4.sri is itrs.baNy pit e..Int .t- '"rr7;;,.-ti-t.fitnctlTr.rti0.iertift).
fj'.t 1r,H. oi'lt surencT for wviirii : I'-' lmt
I'tto-ii tiah.-n ihn.ufh sWunn A t u i
ipf-fti ttc, wtal cim-.ro, tu th-4
n'Mra o.acs, tia s- yt., Wssnms "
rsniltha Dandruff Pomad w
1'cini.g scair nt'on o-e" ,
tion, three to six removes all
and wilt ,;np faii,1( nair. PriC
Short Line to
r2. f;r',V J.,v.,v--v'-:--,
& r.urM. fry
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For aale, by S6
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