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Imprursfl Train ■
of President Lincoln
remark: “Wow he belongs to toe atos
I'hv Booth lost, in Ltucula, one wns
would have proved to be its best friend,
as is. perhaps, now realised In a letter
written to Gen. Van Alen ou the last day
of his life, Lincoln wrote words that
strike the keynote of his character, la
it he said:
“I thank you for the assurance you give
me that I shall be supported by conserva
tive men like yourself iu the etforts I
may make to restore the Uuion so aa to
make it. to use your language, a union
of hearts and hands us well as of States.'*
Over all the members of that presi
dential theater party a black and awful
fate hung menacingly.
The fate of the assassin. John Wilkes
Booth, is too well known for repetition I
shot down like a dug, aa be waa. in a
Many have not followed the end of oth
ers indirectly associated with the tragedy.
The stricken widow of the martyred
President passed the balance of her days
in melancholia and madness.
guests who were with her in the box that
uight. oue slew the other and ended his
own life s maniac.
By a curious coincidence, even Sergt.
Boston Corbett, who shot Booth In the
barn, became insane and was afterwards
coufiued in a Kansas asylum.
VALENTINES OUT OF DATE.
Original Verse, Flower« or Candy Ara
Now the Proper Gifts.
Valentines are out of date. That ia
the edict of society. When the 14th of
February comes around now the proper
caper is to write to your lady fair a few
choice stanzas of valentine verse, or, in
case of your inability to construct proper
rhyme, send around a few bunches of vio
lets or sweet roses or a nice box of candy
—a heart shaped box preferred, of course
—all tied up with pretty silk ribbons. The
flowers and the candy may not last as
long as the poetry, but the flowers will
lie prettier, the candy will taste better and
both will be more appreciated.
When it is said that valeutines are out
of date the statement has to be made, of
course, with some reservation. They are
Prove » Bxceptien to Dullooaa (hows
la Other Lines.
Bradstreet’« review says:
Exceptions to the quiet and even
dullne«« shown by the many lines of
trade and speculation are found in the
actfxe demand for woolen goods for
next fall’s delivery, and in the active
call for dry goods on spring account.
In the latter direction, prices show
special strength, and the bulk of the
business placed in woolens has been st
an advance of 25 to 40 per cent, lu
other lines, notabla steadiness is shown
in prices. Weather conditions through
out the country part of the week have
been against trade in seasonable goods,
and there is very general complaint of
large stocks of winter goods in the
hands of this branch of trade. Another
effect of the usually mild weather is
that shown in the Northwestern lum
ber business. The lack of snow will
probably insure a reduction on the cut
of last year, and this, combined with
smaller stocks, points to at least a
maintenance of present luml>er quota
Woolen manufacturers have consti
tuted an exception to the general quiet.
They opened their order laioks this
week, and an unusually heavy volume
of business is reported to have l>een re
corded. Cotton goods arv reported in
good demand iu nearly all markets,
and the confidence as to spring business
in dry goods and clothing is a notable
feature, in sharp contrast, in fact, with
the reports received from retailers as to
the present season's business iu winter
wear goods. Scarcity of water is com
plained of as limiting the output of
New England cotton mills, which are
reported as backward in deliveries.
Business failures for the week num
tier 253, as com; wired with 255 last
week, 946 in the week a year ago, 288
in 1398. 326 in 1897, and 893 in 1896.
Canadian failures for the week num-
Theater, Washington, by John Wilkes
Booth. The excitement all over the Unit
ed States to-day, caused by the war scare,
brings to mind the thrill of horror and
excitement that passed over the country
thirty-three years ago. when, just as the
minds of the people bad become settled
after four years of war, the country was
startled by the announcement of Lin
Announcements bad been made In
Washington papers that President Lin
coln and Gen. Grant, accompanied by
their wives, would visit Ford's Theater
(now a pension office) on the evening of
Gen. Grant found it necessary to visit
Burlington. N. J., on that memorable
14th of April, and he accordingly sent to
President Lincoln a note of regret at his
Inability to accompany him to the the
ater that evening, leaving Washington on
the (J p. m. train.
To Schuyler Colfax, then Speaker of
the House, the President extended an in
vitation to attend the theater as late as
8:15 p. m.. for it was not until then that
the President’s party left the White
House. President Lincoln manifested a
THE SVKKATT HOUSE.
It was here that the assassination was planned.
out of date as gifts between fashionable
adults, but among children they are popu
Every little lad and lassie
watches for the postman ou the morning
of St. Valentine's day, of course, and la
disappointed if the mail brings no love
message, no little embossed and painted
Cupid. What is meant by the statement
that valentines are out of date is that the
day of the three-story, fussed and fuixy,
hand-painted, lint and nonsense creation.
Onions, new, >1.60@ 1.75 per sack.
Lettuce, hot house, >1.25
Potatoes, new, >16@20.
Beets, per sack, 75 @ 85c.
Turnips, per sack, 80c.
Carrots, per sack, 50c.
Parsnips, per sack, 75(385c.
Cauliflower, 75c(3fl per dozen.
Cabbage, native and California, 75c
g $ 1.00 per 100 pounds.
Apples, 11.35(31.50 per box.
Pears, >firstname.lastname@example.org per box.
ITunes, 60c per box.
Bu ter—Creamery, 29c per pound;
dairy, 17 @ 22c; ranch, 34c per pound.
Poultry—13(3 14c; dreused, 14(3 15c.
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, >12.00;
choice Eastern Washington timothy,
Corn—Whole, >23.00; cracked, >23;
feel uieal, >23.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
>21; whole, >22.
Flour—Patent, per barrel, >3.25;
blended straights, >3.00; California,
>3.25; buckwheat flour, >6.00; gra
ham, per barrel, >3.80; whole wheat
flour, >3.00; rye flour, >3.80(34.00.
Millstnffs—Bran, per ton, >14.00;
■hurts, per ton, >16.00.
Feed—Chopped feed, >20.00 per ton;
middlings, per ton, >20; oil cake meal,
per ton, >30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed lieef
steers, 4S@5c; cows, email@example.com; pork,
4 He; trimmed, 6He; veal, small, 6c;
Hams—Large, 13c; small, 13H1
breakfast bacon, 12He; dry salt sides.
THE DEATH BED OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN
There are many Jouesee in thia
world, but perhaps not uutte so many
st people think. Not loug ago two
But Not the Tret.
(rleuds met who had not seen each
UTtrn dixeass Ms hnv»nr i Anmac and other for ten years, sine* thotr eohool
deep tested it is often difficult to cure tt. deva.
"Whom did you marry, Billy?
That is the reason why it is best to
take Hood’s Sarsaparilla when disease asksil oue.
"A Mia« Jones, ol PhiladeljMiia, re
first show itself. In lon<yseated. tena
plied Bill' . *ho *'*• “
cious cases. Hood's Sarsaparilla is also
"You alwav« did take to the name
•Joinnt.' 1 e*u remember when we
went to school together you used to tag
around after a little «nub-nosed Jonos
"1 remember it, too,” said Billy
’’Within the next five years Missouri
"Shu's the girl 1 marrieti.’’—Youth’s
NEARLY BURIED ALIVE.
will startle the world," prophesies
State Geologist tinllagher, in a recent
India» Woman’« Marrow Kerap« From
An Inventor h«»'« pci I» » t«*»! *»» •Irvlrlml interview, "with the great amount of
a Terrible l>e»th«
atmlisn*« win. Il lie * lainis will enable the lead, ailic, copper, nt 'kel, coltall and
Mrs. Ellen Camby hail a narrow ea- liliinl tn
I'hi« »IB bring much liapol
coal mined in the state. Missouri Is
tn those who bare dele, live eyesight
cape from being buried alive in Craw
tuother great tliseoverv wlitelt will bring rich in minerals, the richest of any
ford county, Indiana, She w*» pro
..................... (o .lio»e whose sloiiiaehs have ■tuts iu the country.”
nounced dead, and preparation* for the iH-voni. deranged, is Hostetler'S Blomai h
burial were being made
While tin« Hitters It I" • lettain cure for imllges
IXiu't smoke cigaretti a (or the pur-
was in progreaa hei daughter, 19 years turn. <lys;n p«ia. malaria, fever and ague jmimi of killing tiiiit'. Time will tranaa* t
old, worn out by exhaustion, lay down
iuialuoes at the old stand long aflor you
In Saxony no teacher meivos loss
to rvat. but her evea had scarcely
cloaed In»fore ahe h prang up and per titan >300 « year.
Mother* will tin>l Mr» M litalow'a Hooth-
Onlj Mate Medlelae for t'hllileon.
emptorily inwiated that her ni others*
Hvruptiia twsl remedy to uaa for tli'‘v
tender little Inshl.a of i-bllilren are ruin
body be returned to the bed. She re- ed The
during the teething period,
br Vlob III purges, plllsnr liquids l asearafa
marked that her mother had called to are pleasant, baruila a ■ Itei-llie. l>ru«|lato ll»r,
Answered tha Purpoea-
her in her sleep, Maying: "Mary, don't De. We.
Maude—Have Bella ali i Jack had a
let them bury me alive.' ' The under-
New York housuaniitbs get >8.20 for
taker complied with the daughter * re- eight hours.
IdUia—Oil, mil—but they’ie pati heil
quest, saying it was but a dream, but
the daughter stoutly claimed the con I ktni* that mv Ills was saved by I’iso's up their oltl out* till it's alamt as good
John A Miller, aa new. — Buck.
trary and would not be denied. Nearly ('lire
Au Hable, Mu lligan. April 21, I8W.
eight hours passed when Mrs. ( rosby
Tbs North Staffordshire (Eugland)
■lowly o|»ened her eyes and looked at
her daughter, who had remained by Christian Fit leaver union has put on
her bedside, constantly watching (or a foot a scheme for obtaining 6,000 now
return to life. .Mrs. Crosby is now total absitnenoe pledgee in the year.
considered in a fair way to recovery.
TO Cl KK A COLD IM ONB DAT
8 t * ti or O nto , city oftolipo , i
Take Laxative Bromo Quiuine Tablets. If yo« baveti I a >««ular. haallM movottirn* of th«
L vcas C ovnty .
F rank J. C hinny make« oath that ne la the All druggists refund the money
or will t «V R<'*|> y. u|
if it ix)»«¡i o»»rF »Ul, f 'U i"
armor parter of the firm of F. J CHKH1T Jk Co ,
tM>w«la oprili a ti 4 i>«> wrll fore« in l ho •ti«t>n|'
doing buaineta In the City of Toledo, County fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Violoni pliyalr <>r 1*111 | m H m >I i I« «lanyriou«
• inoa ibriBi oaaloat nioai t>rrfoi t way of feo<vlu* iu«
and state aforraaid. and that aald firm will pat
is on each isix. 25c.
tMiwole oloar at»U uloau la u> la*a
the autn ol ONE HCNPRKD !»<)!.LARS tor each
You May Bend the Sapling
mistake or the exercise of an imperti
nent curiosity. Unknown to the presi
dential party. Booth bad. during the day,
bored a bole through the door of the box
for observation or perhaps to fire through.
At 10 p. m. Booth again entered the
box, quietly bolding a pistol in one band
and a knife, or dirk, in the other. Maj.
Ratbbone rose and asked this intruder
Booth rushed past the
Major without making a reply and. plac-
ing bis pistol close to the President’s
head, actually in contact with it, bred.
and instantly sprang upon the cushioned
baluster of the box. when he made a
backward plunge with bis knife, aimed
at the face or breast of Mr. Lincoln.
Maj. Rathbone, springing forward to pro
tect the President, received the stab in
It was towards the latter part of the
play. Perfect stillness reigned through
out the house. The audience listened to
the dialogue between Florence Trenchard
and May Meredith, when the pistol shot
rang through the theater. It was appar
ently fired behind the scenes on the right
of the stage, and It was accepted by the
audience as an introduction to some new
passage, several of which had been in
terpolated in the early part of the play.
Booth had been noted as a leaper, hav-
The O. K. a N. and Oregon Hliorl
Line have a<lds<l a buffet, smoklli« and
library ear Io their i’urtlaud-Cliloagu
thiuugh train, and a dining car Servius
has been Inanguaratutl. The train Is
equipped with the latest chair cars,
dsy coachns and luiurluus fiiet-ulsas
and ordinary sleepets. Direct conns«-
thru made st Granger with Union i’a-
cltiii. and al Ogden with Itlo Grande
llns, from all points in Otsgon, Wash
ington and Idaho to all Kusluin cities
For liifuriiiallon, rates, etc., call on
any O. II. A N agent, or address W.
II. Hurlburt, General I'asaengsi Agent,
Wheat — Walla Walla, 51@62c;
Valley, 50c; Bluestem, 52c per bushel.
Flour—Best grades, >2.90; graham,
>2.25; snperfine, >2.15 per barrel.
Oats—Choice white, 85 @ 86c; choice
gray, 34c per bushel.
Barley—Feed barley, >15@ 16.00;
brewing, >18.00@ 18.50 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, >17 per ton; mid
dlings, >22; shorts, >18; chop, >16 per
Hay—Timothy, >10(319; clover,
>7 @8; Oregon wild hay, >6 @7 per ton.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 60@65c;
seconds, 49H@45c; dairy, 30@37 He;
store, 22 H@ 27 He.
Eggs— 16@17H c per dozen.
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 12Hc;
Young America, 14c; new cheese 10c
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, >2.50@
4.00 per dozen; hens, >4.50; springs,
>firstname.lastname@example.org; geese, >email@example.com forold;
>firstname.lastname@example.org; ducks, >email@example.com [>er
dozen; turkeys, live, 16@17c per
Potatoes—55@85c per sack; sweets,
2@2Hc per pound.
Vegetables—Beets, >1; turnips, 90c;
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab
bage, lHc per pound; parsnips, >1;
onions, >firstname.lastname@example.org; carrots, >1.
Hope—7@10c; 1898 crop, 5@6c.
Wool—Valley, 19@18c per ponnd;
Eastern Oregon, 8@14c; mohair, 27@
80c per ponnd.
Mutton—Gross, )>est sheep, wether«
and ewes, 8He; dressed mutton, 6HO
7c per pound; lambs, 7Hc per pound.
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, >5.00;
light and feeders, >4.50; dressed,
>email@example.com per 100 pounds.
Beef—Gross, top steers, >firstname.lastname@example.org;
cows, >email@example.com; dressed beef, 6H@
7He per pound.
Veal—Large, 6H@7Hc; small, 8@
8He per pound.
and every ca*e of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of H all ' s C atarrh Cm«
FRANK J CIIKNFY
Sworn to before me and aubaeribed in mv
prvaeuce, thia Sth day of December, A. D. 1**
A. W. GLKA8OM,
IIal?e"catarrh Cure la taken Internally and acta
directly on the bloo<1 anti mucous «urtacca ol
the system. Send for textimonials, free.
F. J. CHtf.NEY Jk CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold bv druKgiats. 75c.
Hall's Family Fill» are the beak
V ITA 1.1 TV I"*. drbHItalpJ <»r * a li «11*10.1 fumi hr
Hr. Kline » lnvi«"r«llng I
I HKF |l
Hottie contai nl»'« i
ireaiitienl br Kline'«
Insinui«. »Ml Anb Ml . ril‘l«il«lpl»la. Ft»uin1«-I l»7l
During the last fiscal year Berlin ex
ported H3.U83 tons of txwr ami import**!
s*’.986 tons, of which 84,508 came
from Baiarla and Bohemia.
Matrimony on Small Capital.
Pleasant. I’alaiabls |H»t«*nt Tast«(|p<Ml fkClood
Msvrr Mh Sen. WoaSdti or urlj« lu«-
M m - Writs
for fr®«> • «mpl® «nd lx »blot on bvalfti A>1dr»ea
Mexico is one of the Unito*! States’ Merit*«
A Wfimiugton clergyman tells of a
Re*e4v t *4B«*a|, l*teag*< ■«•<*«•4. !•« Va*S. ma
Philadelphia couple who came to him l>eat customers iu the sewing machine
to lx> married on« day. When they
¡«ft the lx>at at the Fourth «tract wharf
in the city they had but five dollars
groom called a cab ami ordered to be
driven to the city hall and then to the
nearest minister. At th« city hall he
paid >3.60 for a marriage license,
which left >1.40 to pay the cabman ami
to fee the minister. At the latter's Built on the Square.
A Splendid Lino for You, MR. DEALER.
house the cabby demanded >1.50. The
Portland. Oro^on, Delivery, and Replacements on Guarantee.
groom replied that he did not have it,
Quick Delivery Guaranteed.
A LINE HARD TO BEAT.
and the driver compromised on a dol
lar, leaving 40 cents for the minister.
CLEVELAND CHAINLESS B«vrl Gear .
The groom, however, was not doue
CLEVELAND CHAIN ROADSTER
buying, for he stepped into a near-by
CLEVELAND CHAIN ROADS
ER Racer, 21 lb.
store and bonght an envelope for a
cent. In this he put the remaining 30
cents, and after the ceremony handed
it to the minister. How the newly-
PENNANT SPECIAL CHAIN
married couple got back to Philadel
phia ia a mystery. — Philadelphia Boy*’* nd Girl*’Bicycle*. La ryr*t Jobber of Bicycle Sundrin in the North weat. Write
for Ca'aloguc and Discount*. Agents wanted in all town* throughout Oregon«
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Painters in the car shops nt Knox
ville are working 15 to 17 hours P«
Wa*hington, Idaho and Montana.
AMERICAN BICYCLE Cl).
Important Factor In
PORTLAND BRANCH, Popí Salis Oap , 132 134 Siiti St.
JL OSo RA*MVt.il nOTTLIJ FOR lOa.
DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use “5 DROPS” for
RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DISEASE ~
No one crossing the continent can
afford to cut Salt Lake City from his j
route. The attractions of the place,
Swasaos RnBVMATIC Ct'a a Co.: When I wrot. you for a satnpl« IsStla of **S 1>ROI*H" mr
including the Mormon Temple, Taber- , wife was *ufl«rlrg l*rrlb(y from Rheumatism and was wry disci-urag«*!, a* 1 had tried sveey.
the doctor* pre*crU>rd. even «ending her lo Uichftrld hprtng*. eic. Mr doctor I* very mu. h
nacle and Church institutions, the
■rirpriasd at the progress my wtfe la making, ami she la so wrll that ah.
Great Salt Lake—deader and denser
refused lo keep her seamstress and la now <l*aug her own aewlrrg. The
than the Dead Sea in the Holy Land—
doctors Insist on her taking **« Dropa" and assure her that II ia now
the picturesque environment and the
only a mailer of a few days and she will be entirely cured, and aa we are
ver, well known here, the S IiHul'H " Is receirlngconsiderable atten
warm sulphur and hot springs, are
tion and pralae.
F. K. I-H1CK. Jeraer City, N. J.
Ort. IX 1VW
greater to the square yard than any lo-
nwANSon RHKVMAVtc Cea* Co :
I suffered terribly with kidney
cality on the American continent.
Trouble for years, ami after using less than two bottles of **S I>kol*H*'
The Rio Grande Western Railway,
I am now entirely well and 1 give " S liKnlTt" the praise tor my cur.. I
could not find anything that w*mld give ms the slightest relief until I
connecting on the East with the Den
tried this remedy, and I recommend It to everytssly as a permanent cure
ver & Rio Grande and Colorado Mid
for Kidney Disease. MARY A. CAKHAUGII, Black Gap, l*a. Aug. 2X’Wi
land Railways and on the West with
ls the most powsrful sfOrine known
Vrss from ofttslMSna pe,fe.-Ur tcarrnl»«*.
the Southern Pacific (Central Route) “5 DROP8” II slvss alm.Mt Instants»»..«« rsllsf. aa,1 Is a |»Mlilvasura for H s . mmsi I. m .
Kenralsta, Drsnepala. Hneknehe, Asthma, liar Fsrar. Calnrrh, l.a Urines.
and Oregon Short Liue, is the only •«latten.
< rs«*, ateeplrssne««, Nsrveususse. Nvrvss, a«U Nenraluie Iteadarlaes. KnrnabO, Taotb-
transcontinetnal line jatssing directly aeba. Heart Weakness, Draesy, Malaria. Cmoplaa NumhneM. ate., str.
through Salt Ioike City. The rente qA n A VQ to enabls suffsrsra to rtrs **. mtolw st Isssl a lilsl, ws vltl s»n,l a n.tr mmfls tvAtls.
Ov Lw r\ T vV ,.rr|al'l by mall, for 10 rts. A san* pls bollls • HI • ■*»*• ho s y ■ , Ala., Isrre l.ottlm (M
through Salt Lake City via the Rio dvsss) U OS. « botuss for * Sold by US and S<voU SUSS Ta WsSTin Is
T^HCar,. WaiTB t * TO-SSt.
Grande Western Railway is famous all
• WAXSOX MHKVMAT1C CIMZ CO-. IM lo ISA 1st, St.. t Htt AUU, ILIe
the year round. On account of the
equable climate of Utah and Colorado
it ia just aa popular in winter as in
Will out-ylel<1 corn . will make the «ant« kin4
summer. Send 2c to J. D. Mansfield,
fuir, sud IV 1rs VI orht.
of meal; h«a «uperlor fattenlnr qualltir» will
253 Washington St., Portland, or Geo’
•olre th« problem of fattening lloga and Calila
W. Heintz, Acting General Passenger I’OKTI.ANIt WIRK A IRON WORKS; WIRK ina wheat country; aliould be «own In tha
spring th« mm« aa w heat and will yield from
Agent, Salt Lake City, for a copy of and Iron fencing; office ratIItiti, etc. :H4 Alder ftw to 100 btiahala par arre j th® a'raw after II ta
thra«he<! ha« «n oily «ubatane« and II la almoal
"Salt Lake City—the City of the
aa good aa hay.
Mnrlitnnr, nn«l Supplias.
Sa in ta. ”
Prlt-a of awwd lOo per pound or 90 p®»
1)1 IO PS
< J F
ing become habituated to sensational ever which young ladies used to go into
leaps in his repertoire of characters. He ecstasies of delight and young men used
leaped nine feet down on the stage, but to go into bankruptcy, has long been pass
his spur caught in the flag decorating the ed. The custom of sending that sort of
front of the presidential box and as he remembrance is as dead as the custom of
It tind re><!. Addreaa
How Wstnsn W«i Marta.
es Wirrox 4 CO.; KNlilNKR, ROII.KRM, MA
reached the stage he fell, recovering him New Year's calling. It was never a sen
M. J. AIIIKLI»» A CO., Moiro«, Idaho.
e»‘i»ery. supplie* e.'<i rirslHi., Porliend,Or,
self in a wonderful way, though bis leg sible custom anyway, for no young maa
A small boy in the Mission Sunday
He bounded across the felt really repaid in putting a week’s sal
school of Bishop Fallows’ church pro
l’0,)LE. 1’onvt.aisn, Ouanos,
stage, pushing past Miss Laura Keene, ary into a gift to a young lady when, be
pounded an entirely new theory of
, .»Ft * ^ou 1'*
who stood near the prompter’s desk, cause of the mystery and secrecy that
creation last Sunday.
Junt an < ln*Hp an poor ink.
befer«, tanks, pumps,
striking her on the hand with his own, have to be observed in sending valentines,
’Indndlls. The new
"Who made man?” asked the teach
still holding the dagger. As he crossed he could not accompany it with his card.
by him, Is un
er, beginning, as in the good old days Squalled
the stage Booth cried out, dramatically, It waa altogether too discouraging to
whan orthodoxy used catechisms
“Bic semper tyrannis!” and "1 bare done have his bated rival get the credit for
"God,” was the prompt reply.
it!” Once through the side scenes Booth sending a sentimental lot of poetry all
"And how did he make him?”
quickly escaped by the rear door of the done
Are You Tired ?
up in fluffy expensivenesa for which
theater, where a horse awaited him, its he
1 had cheerfully emptied bis pockets and
"Out of dust, ma’ant; nothing but
Do You l^ick Energy?
bridle held by an employe of the theater “gone broke.” Valentines of that sort
You ran become onergetlo and logo that
whom Booth rewarded with a kick, his have had their day and belong now to the
"And who made woman?”
tired feeling by using
agony from his broken leg being intense. sweetly remembered past.
"God made her, too, ma’am ”
Meanwhile the shrieks of Mrs. Lincoln
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. Moore's Revealed Remedy
P RAYER TO ST. VALENT IN E.
made clear to the audience the nature of
It contalr i no dnnguroiiB drug® H has
The small boy hesitated, ami then
a |>lt*RMniil taste, fl a bottle al drug«'"’"
IV-Xtrr-K TSIK XAMK.
the horrible crime that had just been per
petrated. Pandemonium reigned. Wom
tleep to fall upon man and then bsik
en cried, men hollowed and children
CURE YOURSELF 1
!'•* Ill* «J for <mn,pir*l
acreamed. Miss Laura Keene advanced
aut his backbone ami made woman.”
to the footlights and called out: "For
Irritation* or ui< or*ll**n*
o> u (, o u * lo*liibr*n*.-
God’a aake, have presence of mind! Keep
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I**I o I* m , *n< not **trli>-
Vermont in maple sugar stands fii
your plsces and all will be well!”
Ban Francieco Market«
«i*’ltHi Eri.iCsisio>i Co. «*■"*
Miss Harris called to Miss Keene to
in the union, making nearly 2,000,()i
■•Id hy »rnaslat*.
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 12@15c per pounds annually. More butter’ per cow
bring some water, which the actress did,
or **nt In .lain wr*vi>*r,
■a R. A.
pound; Lantern Oregon, 12@ 16c; Val
l-r *ifr**,, |>r*pal<l. f»r
and afterwards accompanied Mrs. Lin
AI way« cheaper
Il «>. nr S Kottloa. «2 M
is made in Vermont than in any other
ley, 2O@22c; Northern, 10@12c.
In the end than any «ee«1k
coln to the house opposite, to which the
tllrrular **nt on r-qu*,t.
state—more pounds of wool per sheep
that only coit half an much.
unconscious President was at once re
per are clipped than in any other
T*®t»»dt true t<> name, freah end
moved. It was found that he had been
reliable. Al way« the beat. A«k
and more bushels of potatoes are raised
shot through the head, above the back of
11 < : I< I NG T’llra proci'i<*® moist ur«< an<1 oaim
lor Ferry's - take no others.
Tills form, as wall as IIIImi, Hlsadiii« or l’i
per acre than in any other state.
the temporal bone, and that some of the
Pfias ar<- ore I hrpr, ■osnnko'k >11» I
do seconds, 23@24c; fancy dairy, 91
rjt ops Itching ami >>lnse*<11tigg A l>s<>rba
brain was oozing out and that death was
r r.lt 14 V A (JO..
@22c; do seconds, 18@20c per pound.
Jar at drug Rista or sant by inai I Tr<-at ia® frost Writs
Chaplain Conden, who is totally
“*• about,our vim . 1)R. lie »MANKO, Piulada ,l’a
Eggs—Store, 18 @ 20c; fancy ranch, blind, never permits a barber to touch
Within a comparatively short time the
>iia face. While Dr. Couden has been
terrible news bad spread all over Wash
Millstuffs — Middlings, >17.00 @ blind for a numltgr of years, it has
ington, and by midnight every member
20.00; bran, >13@ 14.00.
lieen his practice to shave himself, and
of the cabinet, except Seward, whose own
For OoiiorrlHi-n «»i<1 filrrt ret l*«i*«l'a Okay R|**1fin 11
life was attempted, bad gathered at the
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Hay—Wheat >firstname.lastname@example.org; wheat and
In th® <>N|,Y riir-flinlfi® whlt-h will oiir® r«< h and •rerT
rime No CANE known II h*® r»«r
to «-»are, no
bedside of their dying chief. Mrs. Lin
oat >email@example.com; best barley >5.00@
m«tt®r how M-Hotja or of how long ■f«ii<1lfitr ltr«'ilt*
coln was present, prostrated with grief,
Steam Pumps from IU ua® will «*tonhh you. Il U «lww»ltit®ly
7.00; alfalfa, >fl.OO@7.5O per ton;
prrrrnU nilb'ltir®. «mt r«n b® uk®n without Inoonv*
and other members of the family, Sena
Adjntant-Gonaral Corbin thinkt the
nlrnrr «ml dfiUntlon from bURln®«« i'ItICK. •3,*> l',,r
straw, 80 @ 45c per bale.
■■if l»v nil r«ll«bl® drtiicirUU, or arnt |>rrp«i<i hy ®ipr®*i
tor Sumner, Speaker Colfax, military of
|il«lnly wrappml, on rrrolpt <>f nrir«. by
ficials of the War Department, several
Pumping Plant* of
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gon Burbanks, firstname.lastname@example.org; river Bur-
< JTiular m«ll«d on r®«4U4Mit.
generals and physicians, the latter in
»«loan Flr.< «.
banks, 60@85c; Halina« Burbanks,
cluding Surgeon General Barnes, who
S,reet, I'ortlsnd, Or.
her an income sufficient to provide
JOHK WTLKB9 BOOTH
>1.00@ 1.26 per sack.
bad from the first assisted Dr. Stone,
Citrus Fruit—Oranges, Valencia, against all want and enable her to edu
afterwar!«, made to elaborate his still the President's family physician.
; Mexican limes, >4.00@ cate her children properly.
remembered character of Lord Dua-
FOR A DOSE,
p?,”*1 l’*,,^,,rHtone Arrowi HpcarR, and py*P*P"ia, llernove I'lmplra aiol Purify th*
To t*o loved or to bo rl*-b?
lln«>! tn if p I*«»•’».Rte. Writ«* end aend ont- »
agth familiar with th« failed and a look of perfect peace over-
To eon vine* you w* will mull
Tell me, good St. Valentine.
mm io fl. p. Hamilton, Two KI w, Wli.
■grounding emm v> J- 1 ----- *
ftr”!1?'.-. . 4t 7:22 a. m. he
Li?.*’ ®rful1 h<’« for 2A<. I»H. HOMAN KO
Tropical Fruits—Bananas, >1.50@
«-ora the shining gold!
■JV., riillatlM., Fr.una. Hold by DfiigglH«.
SE1-4 sec 8 tn .39 S. R 7 E; as 110 ■Wnnlrt t, persons
2.60 per bunch; pineapples, nom-
elahnlng’adversely mt «...
* or call on
propertv of IV. I). Balieock, for
e<! lands are reqin’!«tt’(l to file their < lalni« In’’ irnrf.-Into"
M. P. M. Ü.
t hl s office on or before sskl HOth day of Mat eh, < nnifToi'iisn i‘. 1 i
taxes of 1 WiH, nmoiinting to
C. L. P arkihii . Manager,
' .hil'kioti, Htiiti' »1 Oregon, Inn thi** <ia> li
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—" writing to ad veril sera please
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N<WKtaK, Mountala Ho»., Ida.
curious reluctance to going, but stated
that the papers had advertised that him
self and Gen. Grant would both attend,
aud. since Gen. Grant had left Washing
ton, be did not want to have the audience
diaappointed, as the people would expect
to see at least one of them.
The theater was crowded. The box
reserved for the presidential party was
the double box forming the second tier on
the right-band side of the stage. The
front of the box was decorated with flags
and in the center, on the outside, hung
an engraving of Washington.
As the Grants had declined an invita
tion to attend, Mrs. Lincoln Invited, in
their stead. Miss Harris, daughter of Sen
ator Ira Harris, and Maj. Henry K.
Rathbone, the Senator’s stepson.
The play presented was the original
version of Tom Taylor's “Our American
Cousin,” as It was always given before
the late B. A. Sotbern’a changes in it,
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meatlea thT. paper.