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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMA
Grass Seeds :
A complete stock of grass and clover
sccds,at the lowest -possible price for
first class seeds.; G ire us a call be
fore buying. : . ' ,
BREWSTER & WHITE
: THE FEED MEN.
No. 91 Court Street 'Phone 1781
DEALERS' IN GRAIN.
- ::.- :-. :..
j or exhangrd for fkmr f ami feed at
t branch office of Aurora ; Roller Mills.
; warehouse on Trade street, near Higi.
: Salem, Oregon.! f , j : '
6. A. ROBERTS
New sad Second. Hani Wheels
103 STATE STREET SALE1 OR
TINNING AND PLUMBING.
T. S. BURROUGHS
TINNINO AND PLUMBING
Gas and Steam fitfinsr. Manufact
urer of II-p andj Fruit; Pipe.
103 StaicSfJ TeL 151. Salem, Or.
BLACKSMITH 1 NG.
F. jR. S7VIITH
ROMOER M GENERAL BLAGKS1ITH
Carriage and Wagonniaking, special
attention paM to- interfering and lame
ness of horses. ; . -
tgs Commercial St., Opp. Brewery
J. P. COOK, M. D.
Cure CooMimption. Cancer, s Tumors,
Gravel and Kidney Troubles. Asthma,
Skin and IUne JJiscases. without knitc,
plasters, post sorts or pain. Also Blind
. : i Salem. Oregon.
A. R. PAGE AV, A. STEPHENS
tKe. Fine Rig.. Good Rigs for
commercial men a Specialty. 'Horses
boarded by day, week or mandi.
Red' i-roni livenf, Feed end Boarding mt
l6. Commercial St.. TeL 851. Salem
20c PER MEAL
, at the
WHITE HOUSE RESTAORANT .
106 State street, Salem.
M KILLOP 81 BURKIIART. Props
Jfilt ft:NCK VOSrr, coated with
Will out wear Cedar It 1st nlso a Itadical
HwnnJy Ag111.1t t'htcken fjt-e.
Ilk t'ill'-nti'iii to the lnl walla of poul
try h'tusi-s wtil pTrn:iiitMi'.:!y a-ti-rmlnat-
nniilt: Ilf.ihhy .(Thteken: !'i nty rjrgs.
Write for tlrular an4 prices aud tnea
tlfn this )!pr.
It. M. IVAUK & Amenta,
A tki r i Kr 14 Ai l
(1 mlimi'l. '! m.tr ! '. -
i AN V VAIN INSIDE CK OUT
I ttt ihm U fhlrtv mritlttf-H.
. Yout Work Solicited.
GEORGE t. SLY, Sup'l
I MJ VSH j I MUl'TtFrtN KI . Th.
prnue drier on the ivfern Hu-in fnt.
of M:tle.tj, and .-ilnnit firtirt'en miles
from this jeitr. wiis kKtr.ve v fire,
on T'M'sdiy moming. having e;imil
ft'imi tht fiiamtv -The du!iias.-- ts e?i
im.Hfd ati slnt ieir0. In the iieigh-iN-rhoiid
of Hlaw"s statiun ever;it
dr'n-r built uu the l-irseu principle
have Jwtni riimwKh-d .and are now l
ing uil. ! toin n144 'he . I'trseii -mi-ih-nser
In ieonnH;tkU ; with tlie oid
style drying. The fruit crop Sn thf
neililMrhtisl of Shaw is good iind
will iiy ja handsome ptoiit to .the
groweis. ! 'v i-'V'.
In Zaulf, em of the Ionian isLinds,
tiiete i aii'trtleum spring, whieh has
iH-eii km.An for i:earl.v-a years. It
is mentioned hy ilertidotus. - -
RROOKS-I A VIS. At Silrertoa Tues
day. September IL 1'J(), Mia 4es.su.'
M Ja vis. M. T.. to Ir. rV..- AI.
;lsth it Silverton. Rev. .
'. Kautuer, D. IX. of Salem, officiate
ing. ! i '' r-r " .:; , :
The interestiug -reuiuuy was wlt
tieeil by the imtmliate relatives and
friends of the klgti contract ing parties.
The brtde is one of Stlvertou's most
prominent and aeeoinplished young
ladies, the dauguter of Dr. Davis," Sil
ertons ;pkneer physician; he Is a
practkriug pliysieian. aud has Ihh-u
most fnet-essful iu her chost'ii profes
sion. Hie groom Is the well known
mayor- of Silverton. one of the most
nueeessfol : yonujt piiysk-ians in tlie
state, and stands high In social, frat
rrnal an professional -circle. The
liewl'y ne4led eottple. came; to H;tleni
last evening and will leave for Han
.Pr.-inriseo; this ; nMinriag for a brief
briil 1 1 tour. n their, return they will
t5ti in Ssiem visit friends and
prtf-sit. ' Ir.' and jir. Itroks will
le at tiome to their friends after the
I ' :...ZL. " ; . i. ' . . ; : : : ! r : ; T
v . 1. ' ------- . .
Tho Kind Tou Have Always Bought has borne thb siffna
tire of Chxs. It. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one
lO deceive VOU in this." f!li nterfelt- Tmitnilnna onl
Just-as-ood are but experiments, and endanger tho
" Y viuiuren iipencnco against lxperimeift
The Eind Tou Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
FREE FROM UCt. -1
Price one quart, S5e. Ilalf GaL.,
50e One Gal., $1. Five GaI., $1.
SA VAGE & REID, Seedmen
322 and 324 Commercial Street, North u P O.
OUR PXUCE, BOTH PAPE11S . $1.50
PACIFIC HOMESTEAD, per year.;.......
TWI C E-A-VV EEK STATESMAN, ptr year.
CHICAGO INTER-OCEAN, per
OREGON POULTRY JOURNAL,
BOTH PAPERS -
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, per year
THKICK-A-W 1 v I. K XKW '(KK
MrCAI I .'"s MAGAZINE (including
TWICE -A-WI-EK STATESMAN,
The Pacific Homestead
The Lcn'lintf Farm Paper of 1 lie Pacific North
west 2t)-iago illastnitel weekly, ?1 er year.
We want good agt-nta and solicitor?;, an Mo such
will 'pay a liberal commission. Writu for terms.;
Advtrliscrs should patronize the Hoinestead... ....
CIRCULATION, 5,000 WEEKLY
Special rates on long time contracts. Clubbing rate with the
Twicc-a-Wcck Statesman, if paid-in advance, or within six
months after giving the order. Address:
: PACIFIC HOMESTEAD
Office in Statesman Building. SALEM, OR.
TO ItlTUXS. Dr. E. Hibbard and
familv.Mr. lv . Hibaitid. I r. I5r.n
ton J. WJ i licks, stattetl yeier-
ilay by team fV Pnrus. going the Leb
anon route. .They rv HI -Mop at I"i.U
Ijifee. Deschutes and a uunioor r oth
er points a loug the way. v All f tlie
parte with the exception of Air. Hicks
will retiiaiii at Horns until next sum
mer. A few j-car ago Dr. Hibltanl
van coiuieled to give qp his-lucrative
pnteth-e iu Portland, on aeiniit of ill
health, and grave fen rs for his recor
erv wen titertahnsl at the time, but
acting uKn the advice of his friends,
he sought a more oug;Ial -limate,
and' located' at I -urns, when- he has
since resided. His many friends will
Ik glad to Irani that he U rtjmphtely
iefored in lieallh and vlll prtlwbly
take ti Ine pnietkT of Ms profession
affain iu lNM-thuid. next year.;
YAl.H'INA TfNE. The stoue
quarrv Ixdonging to lieorge W. Davis.
l-M-atct .on the YaUina bay. In Lin-t-olu
county, has closed down for this
s, asun. The quarry has had a very
busy year having, furnished -large
tjuantftles of sloui? for local tt.se aud
also eXiortiug thousands of tons to
and Child ren.
..The ue of this preparation has
In-come so universal, and results
are so wutls factory, that roost
isndtry-rasiers would uot know
how to keep house without it.
It Is no louder necessary to dip or
'. dust N poultry to kill the lke. A
can of .lice's Lice Killer, a painF-Irt-ush.
and a few minutes' work
--Iir applying It to the roosts,
menus all tin exjiense and'lator
now .H-cessary to ki-ep.thc fowls
five from lioth mites and ' body
lice. A can of It should be in
every : poultry-house. It: kills ami
prevents mile and lice, - nnd
keeps the air In the ponl try-house
pure and sweet, killing -disease-perms
and preventing the other
enemies of the poultrymou roup
and cholera. .
per rear.... ..
- . 1.50
year I... : ......$1.00
per year.... . $1.00
,r ,T $1 35
ucr year Si.
per year 1 .... ....,..$ .50
per. year.. $i.of
WORIil). per year... .
. . .$i.ora
, . .$1.06
a free pattern to each sulscriler) . .$l.od
ptr year $1.06
(:i!ifoniia. It will ito remenrtMre tliat
the S.in Fr.ineiseo (Tall iniilding. imie
of the highest and most exicusjive
bn tk lings on the Pad tie veo:ist. was
made of stone from this o,iarryi This
suiiiuier an a Idition to the iniildliij; 1
In'hig en-eteil and tins taken .1 great
deal of the product of this qii.trry.
L P.OUNI FOR EEKOPE. I -
Kruger Will Hail from Koutji Africa
In a Few Days.
- Ijimrenxo Alanines. Sept. V2. I'resk
dctit Kmger and several Transvaal
otlicials are staying at the hoiwt' of
Afr. 1'ot ts. consul, of the. Net IterLmds
here. It is reiorteJ tfeat they Mill
ail for Enroj m on Sept. illth, on the
German steamer Herzog. . I ,
THE A1AJOUITY GltOWS.
TLe.AIaioe Repoblk-ans Yk-tory (;reat
. vr Tlian Exiected. j
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; IxsnisJon. Afe.. Sept. I.L-The j re
turns from all but two of Zl ejties.
towns ami plantations in the state,
show a Kepuhiican plurality of
for Governor. : f -
Withdrawal of American Troops from
the Chinese Capital
NOVy AWAITS HIS riNAL ORDERS
General Chaffee Knows the Plans of
the Government Reports of flor
' rible Ilateteries Keeeirrd.
YASIILN:T0X, Sept. l.-The ques
tion of withdrawing ' the Atuork-an
trKis at once from Pckln Is now be
fore the I'resideut. and a sieedy de
cision Is expected aud required. There
are ditferences among the oiHoials Iu
Pt-kiu ou this subject, and the Issue
is.ifor'the President to decide. The
action of the J'reuch (lovernmeuL as
reported by cable dispatches, in join
ing Itussia orders for the with
t'rawal of troops, has brought about
a i-onti agency tout-heI upon iu the re
ply to Jtussia in the following lan
guage: ; '
"The result of these considerations
is that unless there is such general ex
priiwiou by the .Powers in favor o'f
eoutiutted occupation as to modify tlie
views expressetl by the Government
of liussia aud lead to a general agree
meut for the continued occupation, we
shall give Instruct ions to the command
er of the American forces in China to
withdraw' our troops from Pekin. af
ter a ilne conference with the other
commauders as to the time aud man
ner of withdrawal."
General Chaffee was made acquaint
ed with the' attitude of the Goveru
, inent, and was directed' to hold him
self iu readiness to withdraw his
troops. -Undoubtedly lie has confer
red willi the .other commanders as to
tTTe tline and manner of withdrawal.
according to the terms of the uote. The
sending of further supplies to him. has
been stopied. and he now awaits tmt
ithe signal from Washington to begin
his movement. It is for the President
to give that signal.
- AWFUL HAUPAUITIIIS
Loudon. Sept. 13. All orresiond-
Galveston Dead Taken
Relief Is Reaching the City from Every Part of the "otintry--Military
Officers Are In Control of the City- So More lihoals at j
Work Among the Dead. j
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;.LYKSt0X, Tex., Sept. p.
in. (Via Houston, midnight). All at
tempts at burying' the dead have been
utterly abandoned, and l todies "re now
leiig df.-qtosod of in the swiftest man
ner I iMissiltle. Scores of them were
'burled' today .and fitindnsls were tak
en out to sea and thrown ovefltoard.
Tlie saTety of the living Is now the
Iuti mount -quest ion. and nothing that
w ill tend to prevent an 'outbreak-of
pestilence Is Iteiug neglected. This,
niotning It was found that a large
nuHtlier of todies,! which bail 1kh-h
previously thrown' into the bay, had
washed lnu k iqton the shore, and the
situation was .law rendered w"orse
than lef ore -they were tirst taken in
the barges and thrown into the wa
ter. It will now never le known how
many have hrst their lives iu this aw
ful catastrophe. Major Jones thinks
tlie dead will amount to several thous
ands, and others, -whose opjiortnuities
for Judging are less than that of the
mayor, place it as high as KMSW). Re
lief committees from 'the interior of
the state-have-commenced to arrive.
The great trouble now seems 'to le
tiwit those iteople who are in the
greatest : need are the last to .receive
aid. Many of them are so liadly
manned and womidiil that they are
unable to apply to the relief commit-'
be and the committees are so over
whelmed by direct. '. applications, that
they have Isi-n unable to scud out
Very Utile stealing was nported to
dav and there were no killings". The
nnmiier of men shot yesterday ' for
robbing the dead proved a salutary
lesion The loss of 'life among the
regular army stationed at the lutrracks
on the , lH-ach was largely overestl
lratcd: There are bul twenty-seven
missing, wlwreas the tirst estimate of
the casualties In' this dinttion was
iearlr 21- (k-ueral MeKrtiben, Unit
til States army, has assumed entire
charge of the city in a general way,
Adjutant General Scurry Itelng in di
rect charge of the city.
: Atiout women and children
were taken to Honston iday. An
.i .!. .i.i.t - f nmrislons ami
clothing, making the third within the
tst twenty-ronr nonr. arne tu
Teflon tonight. Governor Sajres re
eiveil over $1 in cfntributlons
today. The steamer Charlotte Allen
aTrivil at non tUy from Houston,
with P.im loaves of bread and other
tn.ieago, Serrt.12.-The following
itateroent was received at 11 ocloek
-Galveston, Tex-, Sept. li. Charles
storjes of the wholesale massacre of
missionaries and native OhrisHans. It
i asserted that during July between!
and :s,ouo converts were mas
saered in the Kortheriiv -province
Ijarge numbers of missionaries are
still unaccounted for, and small hope
Is entertained of their escape.
The native reorts are subjected to
the most careful scrutiny with the re
suit that, although there may be soma
exaggeration, it is Impossible to doubt
that lu the main they are correct.
The horror Is intensified by the con
firmation of reports that women were
subjected to unspeakable' barlaritle
and tortures, being stripjied and slow
ly elutilied to death. This was one oi
the mildest, methods.. The Boxers
wreaked a fiendish vengeance on them
The powers are calling for swiff pun
ishment. Fears are expressed lest the
Uusstau government, which does not
encourage the missionary prtiagauda.
should prove lukewanm in this matter.
Statements were current in KtuojHan
capitals, last evening, that alt the Pow
ers bad replied to the Itussian pro
position, and that Great Iritain and
Germany, had declined 'to evacuate I'e
klu; that Austria nn. 1 Italy had decid
ed to Ik? guided by Germany's decisiou,
and that the other Powers had agreed
to a more or less. modStied withdraw-
PRINCD CTI1XG HELD.
Pckln, Aug. 2U. via S hanghal, Kept.
11. The Japanese found Prim- 'king,
the leader of the conservative pro
foreign party. In the western hills
twenty miles distaut. and are holding
him there with a view of a conference,
and. iu the hope that he may establish
comuiuutyatiou with the Dowager Km
TERRIBLE RAILROAD WRECK
niKATKICAL TROri'K MIIKTS
WITH AX AWFUL DISASIKi:.
Thcir Private Car Thrown -From tin;
Itails and Shattered Xlue
OAIItG. ill., Sept. 12. A terribly
hh k. in w hlch nine hm-soiis lost their
lives and live others were injured, oc
eurred ut IkM'chwotMl. III., a station,
on the Illinois Central Railroad, today.
The dead' are:
Kate II. Ward. Ollie Enright, KI1.1
Williams, of Collins: Auna Allen,
Madame Margaret. , Faith Hamilton.
Ada and Fat Patterson (colored,)
Annie Hell, (colored . all from Chleal
go. The jn'rsons killed 'were occupants
of the special private car of the Dun
can Clark SiM'eialtyi Company of ten
men and seven woriien. en route to.
Mound City where .they were billed to
At the north switch, a half mile
north of Heechwood. the private ear
which was attached to the rear end
of the passenger train. Jnaiped from;
the rails to the west, and crashed
to Sea and lUiried in
of the Gulf. ;
S. Diehl. General Manager. Associated
I'ri-ss; Chicago: .'The- summary of
conditions prevailing at Galveston is
more than human intellect can mas
ter. Uriefly .stated, the damage to
proierty is anywhere iK'tween $1.1.
(MMl.Olto and $2(MKI(i.ink. The loss ef
life cannot be computed. All Is simple
guess work. Those buried in the sen
aud in the ground will foot up Hjie
horrible total of at least :.'. Many
'estimates of the loss' on the Island In
the city of Galveston and; lite immedi
ate .surrounding districts are between
-JfKtt) and ribO deaths.-. I do not make
this statement in fright or exeltenient.
Tlie Whole story will never be' toM
4Hiaust It cannot be told. 4 j
"The necessities of tlose living are
p'ressing. Not a single individual es
caped proiwrty loss. l'roiirty on the
island is half swept out of existence.
What our needs are win ts computed
by the world at larsre 4y a statemeut
herewith submitted much fketter Uian
I 'could possibly, summarize them.
Help . must, ls immediate. I
, "R. G. LOW!!,
"Manager (Jalveston News."
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.money is xi;i:dkd. , J
Galveston. Tex., Sept. 12. To Ithe.
Associated Press: We are receiving
numerous tch-grains O.f eoudolemv iud
ffers of assistance. As the telegraph
w ires are .hurdciied we beg ilte Asso
ciated Press to cojniiiunicate tli'sjre
sponse to all, Xcarby cities are sup
plying, tind will supply, sullieieut
KkhI. clothing etc., for our Immediate
needs. Tlie cHie further away can
serve us best by sending money.
Checks should Ik made payable to
John Sea ley, thairmau of the liiiauee
AH supplies skould come to W' A.
McVlttie. chairiiian of the "'relief com
mittee. We fiaVe ;25.b( M-opl.j to
clothe and feed for many weeks, and
to furnish , with household gsIs. iTl
most of these are homeless, and others
will require money to make their
wrecked residences habitable. From
this the world may understand Juw
inii'-li money we will need. AH those
comriiunicating will please ac-'pt this
In lieu of a direct resjonse. and le as
tvrcl of the heartfelt gratitude of the
entire population. (Signed! W.' C
Jones. Mayor: M. Iasker. J. I. $kln
nr, C. II. MeMaster, It. G. Lowe,
Clarence Owsley. Committee.
Washington. Sept. Yl. (juarterjnas
ter Itaxter, 1'uitel States ary, at
Galveston. tMegraphs the War lx-part-ment
tliat tlie fortifications around Gal
veston are all destroyed and erjtjiwtt
lie rebuilt on the present tltes.
-I fear Galveston is destroyed
joud Its ability1 to recover. j
aeros the .'front end of .1 switih en
gine wlilcb slo4d still upon the track.
The ear was smashed Into bits of
fcindling-w oud. The s ause of . the aiv
eident waa breaklnit'of the rear trucks
of j the private ear. Duueau .Clark,
manager of the company,- was among
the injured. .
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Denver, Colort .Sept. 12,-It tooli
eight iKillots tonight, iu the Dcmoerat
le; convent lou. lKfre the nomliratlou
for Governor eonld be made. The fol
lowing Is the Fusion ticket, as far i
Governor, J. It. Orm'tn, of Ptuldo.
(Pem): Secretary of Btatc. D'avhl A.
MUU, Denter. iPop,); Treainrer, Dr.
Jj X. Chlpley. Pueblo. (Silver Repd
Siiiterlnteudeut of Public Instruction.
Mrs. Helen S. Grenfell. Gilpin county.
(Silver Rep.); Supreme- Justice. Robert
W. Steele. Arapahoe' county. (Silver
Rep.P, Attorney Gener:!.- C. C. INwt,
Clear Cnvk county, (l'op ; Congress
man. J. F. Sharroth. (Silver Rep.i: J
(?, Pell. (1M.; Preskletitlal ehitors.
two Iemocrats and one Populist, and
oue Silver Republivan. .
THE FIRE ; KEPOItT
but. . n. oRMsiiT.or Tim oascadk
I FOREST KIWKRVK. ,
Inform the Ieprlmtt ' th Klr
Lmm Irln(E AnlMt The
Uaowti Mm l.iiilit.
Supt. S. II. ()rmsbyv of the Cascade
Range I'orest Reserv', yesterday sent
his lire report for the month of Aug
ust, to the deparlment at Wnidiiug
ton. D. C. This rejiert shows that the
damage from forest 11 rea. has H-en iv
markably low. for this year, ow ing t
the excellent work of "the forest rang
ers, to .whose vigilance Is due the pre
vention of destruction" of flintier. Tho
summer was a very dry one, and there
was great danger' from cuulhigrnlloiis,
vlileh were, happily, preveiiteHf.' . Dti
the Itull Run; and Ashh.ind reserves,
there w ere no tires. I Hiring 1 he luoiil h
of July tifteeu small tires, were extin
guished by the rangers on the Cas
cade Reserveand one large one, burn
ing over about sixty acres of brush,
was also put out. The report of Supt.
Onnshy shows the following' statistics
Fires or the lirsl class -these Include
camp or small tires, found left burn
ing ami extinguished by rangers- i.'t;
second class, w hich had gained ' con
s'derable headway and were extiti-,
guished. S; total Tl.
Cause of Fires-Camicra and hunt
ers. ."Mi; prospectors, sheep lwrders,
1: Indians, '2: lightning. '2; clearing
laud and burning brush -'; unkuowii,
J.; total 71. .-.-"...'
Total area burned over -t."i nerns.
'Damage done-live 1imlcr slightly
btumd, riot infilled. ." 1 at'-es; uniler-gi-owth
only , biiVuiMl. t7., acres; dry
brush suid dead liuUter, -to acres; grass
only bnrmsl, ( acies; total 72.
Fstimaled value of timlT. destroy
ed, none. : ' - .1 " 1 . '
BOUGHT A RAILROAD
A. n. irAMMonrea ixan rem ; a PAcirio
Splii.lll w IVoprrly Arolret In tall.
fornlA will Urn 11 It In m Mew
A. It. llainmojid, ,lli Monlaiiii .'cap
italist who jotiVruls lite Corvallis ,"c
Ha stern Railroad and Ihe Astoria &;
Coluui'bia River Railroad. hasreeeiit
ly shown his faith in the PaeHlc con -t
states by purchasing anolheV Irnjtort
ant and valuable .-piece of i-ailt-o.iiL
property, the new road running from
Mureka, '-California', to tin; coast, tlio
Eel River Ac Rureka Rallroal, 'together
with valuable timber lands and other
enterprises and Industrial undertak
ings connected ...with 'the-road. As 11
result of the purchase of this valuable
piece of projierty .Mr. Hammond. It )4
expected, will soon remove from his
present home at Portland to San Fran
cisco. It Is believed that, hls.purehase
of the several projicrthM now 'controlled
by him on the coast wltl tillimately
lead to n splendid d.vstem f railroad
lu Oregon eand California. Willi )D
111.1)11 line running north and south par
allelling the coast line, nnd that th
purchase-of the several lines already
controlled ley Mr. IbHiimoiid was Ihe
result of a careful plan with this ld-a
in view. j
This would, in 'the -end. 1m of vast
benefit to Oregon, and would-result
bringing about a new era of prosper
ity, scarcely dreamed of by the most
enthusiastic Oregonians In Ihe jwisf.
Mr. Hammond's great energy, aud Won
derful executive ability, his easy war
of overriding obstacles tliat would
daunt any ordinary man and his keen
foresights make "the Inauguration of a
great railroad system, covering the en
tire Pacific coast territory, not only a
possibility but a probability." and his,
urosjK'rlly In this connection would
mean greater prosierliy to the stale
of Orcgon.l ; , ,
May his plans aoou hiaterlalize.
At Bed Time
I take a pleaiant herb drink, the nxt
morning 1 ftel bright and my coin-,
picxion i totter. My doctor ayj
it act gently on the stomach, liver
and kilwry, and is a pleasait laxa
tive. It is made form herb and
i prepared as easily i. tea. It 11
ca!lcd Lane's Medicine. AU drug
gists sell it at 25c, and 50c. Lane
Family -Medicines : move the bowels
each day. II you cannot get it sff.d
for a free sample. Address. Orator
F. Woodward. Le Roy. N. Y. 5-
ARR1VKD AT M.AXILA.
Washington,' Kept- f j. The War De
partment has lioen Informed of the
arrival at Manila, on the Pth fust., of
the traiifiort Pak Ling. Sie.- hn ca
valry hursci on board.