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PUHIAHUY.D UAtliY, KXCKIT HONIM.Y,
Cp!tal Journal Publishing Company.
j'MtOmi lllockvComtrjerclsl Street.
HOP ER BROTHERS,
Jjftlly, by carrier, per month
aJJIiy. or man, yor jwir,.
Weekly, 8 page, per year
Oonclnded from First 1'age.)
8pcakcr,ctincU.tl ho railroad legislation,
and abolished the old commission, two
of which Wero representatives of the
farming Interest and one a practical
railroad man. HI nee then the railroad
commission has not been heard from.
It, wm Blade up entirely of new men,
two from Portland and one from South
eastern. Oregon, several hundred miles
from a railroad, and who has to go to
California to take the tralu for Oregon.
They wero unwilling to retain tbe old
clerk of the commission, to say nothing
SDoutUsgood nunJH and reputation.
The new members of the commission
' are very flue men personally and there
la not a word to be uttered against tbem
ortbeiradmlnistrution, It wasevldent
ly tbe luteutlou of the legislature to sit
dova hard ou Mr Geer for ruuklug the
railroad law of Oregon of some value to
soma one besides the corporations, and
also to wipe out the old commission
for enforcing that law in the Interest of
tbe producers. Unless the new com
niladlou gets fairly into the harness and
catches up with ttio people's Idea ol
what a commlssiiiu should be, tbe next
legislature will abolish the commission,
and It will difficult to give a good rea
son why It should not be done. Al
ready many meu who were strong com
mission men are suying they are done
with commissions for railroad regLla
tlon. The old commission made a good
ilgbt. Tbey reduced rates on all tbe
roads In tbe state. They fought their
way through ttie courts and won every
time. They got a decision eliminating
watered stock as an element In estimat
ing freight charges, Tlio railroad com
mission of Oregon and the law bad as
fine a standing as In any state in the
union. It was winning the approval
of conservative men like Veatch,
Weatherford, and Attorney-General
Chamberlain. But all this had to be
undone because tbe railroad people did
not like Mr. Geer for speaker. In the
senate when Mr. Fulton beat Mr. Hlrscu
for president of tbe Benato tbe success
ful man oflerod tbe ,othor his choice of
committees and a good feeling prevailed
that made the senate a fur more har
monious and eflicient body than the
bouse. Why? Decauso In the house
the speaker would not recognize the
existence of Mr. Geer in any such man
ner. Mr. Keady went too fur. He
should have been us generous as Mr.
Fulton was. It pays, und it Is more
tuanly. 'No one can u(Iord to be more
generous than tho successful man, and
if left to himself Mr. Keady would pro
bably have done ub Mr. Fultou did.
But Mr. Keady was vory poorly, and
seemed not to be at all, his owu master
One member rrom t'ortiiuui was a
main spoke iu tho wheol of the last
legislature and Is respouBlblo for a good
many things that will bo charged up to
tho Republican purty next year, and
ho can probubly do very little to repair
tho damage. It is not certain that ho
is now lb the state. Tbe house he was
connected with failed at Portland
recently. Ho emigrated from Europe
Borne ten years ago, uud came from Suu
Francisco to Portlaud after learning to
speak Eugllsh and gaining u smattering
of slum city polities, with Uut a com
paratlvely short residence in Oregon
and a little prominence In lodge mat
ters ho turus up as the leading star ac
tor In the combination that dominated
the lust legislature, and rlrobubly did
mora than all others combined to se
cure the $120,000 for tho state inllitlu.
This reoently amalgamated ami now
bankrupt foreigner had uioru lulluonce
in carrying Important measures over
the governor's veto than tho oldest Oro-
goulun lu either house. He was him
self tho seat of government. Whatever
had tho coneont of this Multnomah
king went whether It bad merit or not.
This recent importation was a torror to
inossbaoka nud probably added more to
tho taxes of tho people aud the bad
aielllng record ot tho house than auy
siau lu it. It Is not au eu viable record.
But this frightful Acamplo should sorve
the ponplo of Oregon as an Indox of the
way tbey are travelling, This state
Mems to be eullerlilg from two condi
tions. A great mauy people seem still
to be llviug iu the primitive coudltlous
whloh prevailed hero tweuty years ago,
when there was but .little legislation,
' wnall appropriations and alUvere reas
onably honest, Theu every mau who
wntto the legislature was his owu
clerk aud when he attended a night
aesftloB carried a coat oil lamp under
fcl arm from his lodging houso to the
itMembly cliainbor. The science
at lootloe ' tho treasury uuiHr
th guise of government had
BotbtW'i reduced to H flue art. If a
efcrk-wa employed he was a compe
toot person and he was paid for aolual
MHrvlce. Face powders, frizzle, aud
languishing eyet had not become au I u-
dlnJWprt of tlw wwhliwry oflb'
state. But those days of slinplo form
of government have passed away. Tho
day of tho boodler has come all over
our country. He la present In every
avenue of public life. Tho generations
who live In the past and havo not recog
nized tile change from old to new
Oregon are tbe ylctims of the political
confidence man who has bctn devel
oped by the faster life of a faster age.
In the past ten years he has come in
from all over the Union. Every state
has contributed Its quota of played out
and tricky politicians. Men who have
failed In all other occupations have
come here to prey oil primitive condi
tions and play upon the people through
tbe medium of an antiquity called a
constitution. With a'short eesalon of
tho legislature, with a system of state
officers and fees adapted to a primitive
state and a small population, with one
third of tbe legislature and one-third
of tho votes of tbe state cast In a large
city, with a thinly settled rural popu
lationOregon has a very exciting poll
tlcal future to contemplate. These are
conditions that should engage tbe
thought of our best citizens seriously.
There must be a proper adjustment of
tbe balauces and checks In our state
government or the people will be re
duced to a worse state of political serf
dom and dependency than was ever an
American colony before tbe revolution.
Unless intelligent men take bold of tbe
evils so plainly in eli?ht tho unacrup
lous demagog will prey upon tbe
ilarms of tbe people and yet be unable
to give them any relief. Tho boodler
welcomes the hoodlum politician into
the arena. He is not afraid of the ig
norant demagog. He fears intelligence
and Incorruptible manhood no matter
tbe party to which it belongs.
Dame Nature a Good' Book-Keeper.
She don't let us stay long iu her debt
before we settle for what we owe her.
due gives us a few years grace at the
most but the reckoning surely comes.
Have you neglected a cough or allowed
your blood to urow impure without
needing tbe warnings? Be wise in
time, atrtl get tbe world-famed Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which cures as well as promises. As a
blood renovator, a lung beuler, and a
cure for scrofulous taints, It towers
obove all others, as Olympus overtops a
mole-bill. To warrant a commodity Is
to be honorable and above deception,
and a guarantee Is a symbol of honest
dealing. You get It with every bottle
of tbe "Discovery." By druggists.
PROVED A PROPHET.
The editor of tbe Journal printed
these words a few days before the last
November electien: "Ttie light for the
presidency clearly revolves about the
tariff and finance the latter being by
far the more Important. The tur-
Itr policy of our country Is a settled
queatlou, as compared with finance.
Our financial policy Is not established.
It Is a patchwork relld of tho rebellion.
It is unsulted to times of peace aud ex
panding commerce. How shall It be
The Now York World, an orgau of
the administration If there Is one, says
Haturduy thut It "is enabled toau-
nounce authoritatively that the lmmo
dlate policy of President Cleveland and
his administration In regard to the ap-
proachlugspeclul congress will bo brief
ly as follews:
"First Bllver reform, by the absolute
aud unqualified repeal of the Shermuu
"Second Turltl reform, to bo prose
cuted In accordance wlttt the nieilaaa
of tho party, as soon as, but not before,
the finances of the country aro ugalu
upon a stable basis."
The president Is right.
A Household Remedy.
Allcock's Porous Plasters are the only
reliable plustes over produced. Frutrani
oleau, Inexpensive, aud uevor falling;
they fully meet all the requirements of
a household remedy, aud should always
be kept on Hand, I' or the relief aud
euro of weak back, weak muscles,
lameless, stltl or enlarged joints, pains
In the chest, small of the back and
nt-nllrul frttik liltu of rullla al 1 1 a-ilt ta utwt
ttlWVIttlt VIIU fJ- DiHKR HIIIU1JID IUJM
all local pains, Allcock's Porous Pluuter
are unequalled, iiowaro or imitations,
and do uot bo deceived by misrep
resentation. Ask lor Allcock's, und let
uo solicitation or explanation induce
you to accept substitute.
Before Going to the Woild's Fair
Tho Limited Express trains of tho Chi
citgo, Milwaukee 3fc St. Paul Railway
between at. mil nnu Uliicagoauu
Omaha and Chlcaco.
These trains are vestlbuled, electric
lighted and steam heated, with tho fin
est Dining and Bleeping Car Service in
TheElectrlo readlug light in each
berth Is the successful novelty of this
progressive uge, uud Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of this Hue,
We wish others to know Its merits, as
tho Chicago Milwaukee A St. Paul Rail
way Is the only line in tho west enjoy
lug the oxohiBlvo use of this patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Cabky, Trav. Paw. Agt.
225 Stark St., PorUand, Or. tf
Ami that tired feeling, loss of appetite
and nervous prostration are driven
away by Hood's Sarsaparllla, like mist
uerure ttie morning sun. to realize tna
benefit of this great medicine, give it a
trial aud you will Join the army of eu
(huMustto admirers of Hood' Sarsap
arllla. Hiiro enioIent.easy-Hood'a Pills. They
sattavtalal lui I k lattusss u lint I .at ml m ! ailt
fcaiiy ibWm . obox.
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, July 24, 4 p. m. Ofilce
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tlous for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
BAl.Kit i'rioifUOB MARK KV.
Peas 8 cents a gallon.
Baspberrles red and black 4 to 6 cb
Cberrh 6 to 8 cU a lb. Continue
scarce. ' ,
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed Oj to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2J.
Sbeep alive $1.60 to $2.00.
Spring lambs-$l,60 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
In wholesale lots $3.20. Retail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $10
and $20. Chop feed $10 and $20.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oats 40 to 46 cents.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild In bulk, JO to $8.
Barley No demand except for feed,
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15J to 17c.
Eugs Caata, 18 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; sboulderSj 10.
Potatoes new. 60c
Onions 1 to 2'ceuts.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sbeep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 7 to lOota; broilers 10tol2;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese slow.
Drain, Feed, j.to.
Flour Standard. $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3M0; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.60
Oats Vhlte,45o per bushel, grey, 42c;
rolled, in bugs, u (niJ.eu: burreis,
$0A06.76; cases, $3 75.
ilay ttest, Hi)Wi7 per ton;common,
Wool valley, 10 to 12c.
MtlisttuTs Bran, $17.00; shorts, $21;
uround barley, $2624; chop feed, $18
per ten: whole feeu, barley, 8Ufa)85 per
cental; middling, $2328 per ton; brew
ing barley, 0095o per cental: chicken
wheat. .i&:& per cental.
Hops 10 to 17jo.
Butter Orecon fancy creamery. 22 J (ai
25o; fancy dairy, 1720c; fair to good,
lOtoMUc; common, izjo per pound; uau
forula, 35fjft44c per roll.
Cneese Oregon, 12J: Eastern
twins, H5o; Young American, 16o per
per pound; California flats, 14c.
Eggs Oregon, 2022c per dozen.
Poultry Chfckeuu,old,$6.00; broilers,
large, $2.003.0u; ducks, old, $4.60
0.00; young, $2.504.00; geese, $8.00
turkey?, live, 12jc; dressed, 16o, perlb.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 12
15c; do Inferior, 0llc; do valley, 14
Potatoes New Erly Rose, 60c80;
60c90 per cental,
bands, $ 00 1 .00 per cental.
Onions 7685o per cental for red.
and $1.001.20 for silversklns.
for good quality and &to for choice;
brewing, 001.00 per cental.
Oats Milling, $1.45 1 52; fancyfeed
$1.451.62; good to oliolce1$1.3d1.45;
common to fair, $1.101.25; gray 4-1.30
1.44; blaok, $1.101.20 per cental.
Malarial fever and Its eflects quickly
gtvo way to Slmmous Liver Regula
tor. tVnr ond tliu World's Fair.
As the first great world's fair bold in
Londpn in 1851 was shortly afterward
followed by tho Crimean war, so bouio
of its successors hare had moro or less
great wars closely on their heels. If the
world's fairs did not bring on those
wars, thoy certainly did not prevent
them. But our Columbian colobratlon.
prcsontod one spectaclo which is prob
ably without precedont and should bo
of good augury.
Muny of those who witnessed the great
parado of sailors and marines on the
streots of Now York on April 27 may
not have boon mindfuhof tho fact that
they saw soruothing that perhaps has
nover happened within the memory of
tho present generation and would not
bo possiblo any where elso in the world
soldiers and sailors of 10 different na
tions with armslu their hands united in
ono festivo array Englishmen, Rus
sians, Goraaus and Frenchmen belong
ing to the armed, forces of rival powers
that may, as is thought, at any moment
coma to blows among themselves peace
ably marching with muskets on their
Bhoulders and swords at their sides be
hind one auother iu ono column.
It was a spectaolo emblematio of tbe
position of this great American republic
among tho nations of tho earth the
great peaco power of the world embrac
ing in Its hospitality the great war pow
ers of tho world for a celebration of hu
man progress and mutual good will.
ZoU'a New Religion.
The PnriH studunta niifflit in rvinalilnr
themaelveA sininOnrlv linnnwwl In havtc
received direct from M. Zola his revela
tion or the new religion tho "relurioa
of work." Nothing brintra hnnnlnwH
not oven Bcienco aud the progressive fa
miliarity witu the truths of nature. The
philosophy of life consists in work, con
tinual work, which rnalrpa men irwl ho.
cause it does not give them time to-do
nuscmer or to aiiow tueir minus to dwell
upon the illusions and cbinierw of tbe
idealists. M. Zola Yttlnta in hmf n
an example of a man who baa followed
hub rt-uipou or woik sieamasiiy and
who haa found bis consolation in it. St.
Miss Varna Mofllt
In Danger of Consumption
' I was sick and discouraged when 1 called
onthevlllngo doctor. Ho Intimated I had
cons'iimpUo.n and would not Ilyo long. I d-
tl 'e,Uo takonood's Sarsaparllla and I am
tMivr well and hearty." ,Miss Dasia HOf
tv; Box 73, Ashmoro, Illinois.
Wood's Pills act cailly, yet prompUj
mJ cSectlYoly, on the llrer and bowels.
World's Fair,. Chicago.
Oalnmet Amine nnd znn street
Fireproof; Hi roonu; near fill
nrnnnrtat hAfhfl tm ATerT flOOf
American and European plana.
HftnunUr 1 fcotol. Wrlto for circular.
B liinnfirT f I tnKlRrlav.
In ratline a famtlr of nine children, ray only
remedy for Coucha, Cold, and Oroup waa onion
TTup. It la JnataaaSaotlTe to-day aaitwaa forty
5esra awo. fioir n, inuuvuiiuicu .mLv .
unn't Onion Syrnp, whloh la already prepared
and more plaaaantto tbe taata. Sold eTorywhare,
Large bottle CO cents. Take no auUUtate for It
Bold by Baskett & Van Slype.
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved Heal Estate, In amounts and
lime to suit. JNo delay In considering loans.
FEAR & FORD
Hoora 12. Bush Bank block.
J. H. HAAS,
21SX Commerclil St,, Salem, Oregon,
(Next door to K'eln's.)
Ipeclalty ot Bpectaoles, and repairing Clocks.
Watohfw ana JfiWPlrv.
Smith Premier Typewriter.
Bold on easy payments. ' For Kent.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H.N.I BURPEE, Gen' l Agent, 101 Third Bt
Portlnnd. Rend for ealalomie.
FARM FOE SALE.
A BA.HQ A.IN 16o ncrea with Improvement
over natrunai-r cultivation, real pasture ana
some good tlmbor. Terms very easy. Ad
dress U. L. NASH.
6VJ7-lra-dw Wheat!au.d. Or.
A MILD PHYSIO
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A mOTament ot th. bowala aaea day, la neaaaaary
(orhaalth. Th... pill, aupplr -wb.i the aj.tam
laok. to maka It racular. Cure uaadaeha. brteBUn
una Bj. and alaar the Complexion battar than
Manalloa. Thar aot mildly, neither crtpa nor
Uekaa u oth.r rill, do. To oonalaeo you of thalr
tart la wi malt aamplaa1 rraa. or full box Sao. Sold
unrwttn, Doeanko MadTOo, VUladalphla, Va.
Bold by Baakett & Van Slype.
The Yaquina Route,
And Orejou Development company's steam,
ship Hue. 23 miles shorter. 3) hour less
tlkie than by any other route, Plrkt class
through -passenger and freight Una from
forlland and all joints In the Willamette
valley to and fromlum Francisco,
TIME H0HKDU1.E. (Kxoept Sunday.)
Lv AlbuytK p m Ly Corvalsl:40 p m
Ar Yaaulna&)0 p m I Lv Yaquina .& a m
Lv Oorvallls. 10:35 am I Ar Aibanyll:10a m
O. a trains oonnect at Albany and Ocur.
Tho above tralna connect at Yaquina with
the Oregon Development Co.'s line of steam
ers between Yaquina and Ban Frsncftaoo
N. U. faaaouKtr from I'ortlaud and all
Willamette valley points can make close con
nection with tho trains of the Yaquina Itoute
at Albany or Oorvallls and If destined t Han
Franctseo.should arrange to arrive at Yaquina
tbe evening before date or sailing.
raatenger and Freight Kates always the
lowajt For information apply to Meatr.
UULMAN a oo Freight and Ticket AgenU
300 and Sdcl Front street, I'ortlaud. t)r or
U 0. 11UUUK, Ao't Uen'l Ft. A Fass. Agt,
Or. Faclno K. R Oo , OorvaUU, Or.
C. U. UA8WKUU Jr.. Oen'l Freight and
fass, AgL Ore. Development Co.,
904 atonigomery at
CONTRACTORS Jt PLABTEKER8,
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ANOTHER BIBLE COMPLETED.
nltietiem'a TrniU(lnti In' Hie
Knitfe of Hie (lllbert lalamlrra.
Tho firet Biblo in tho lnngungo of
tho Gilbert ialaudora wn urintctl r-
contly in tho jireBflr&omB of tho
American Biblo feocioty in tho Biblo
House in Now York city. The publi
cation mnrkH tho end of 31 yearn of
labor on tho part of tho Rev. Hiram
Bingham, who has been n minion
nry on tho islands.
Sovernl f nonds of tho missionnry
gathered in tho compoainfr room and
listened to Mr. Binghnm as ho told
of tho work of lib lifetime His fa
ther, Hiram Bingham, was a mis
sionary before him, Mr. Bingham
himself having leen born in Honolu
lu 62 years ago. Ho was graduated
from Yale college in 1853, and in 1650
began his labors on tho Gilbert is
land group, which is 2,500 miles to
tho southwest of tho Sandwich Is
lands, being on tho lino of the equa
tor. . Three years afterward ho un
dertook to reduce to writing the
hitherto unwritten language of the
natives and began the work of
translating the New Testament. HI
health forced hiin to suspend his la
bor, and it, was not until April 11,
1873, Ihat ho finished tho New Testa
ment. On April 11, 1890, three years ago,
he found himself at the last verse of
the Old Testament. Ho then came
to America and on May 12, 1892, put
tho manuscript into the hands of Dr.
Oilman, the secretary of the Bible
society, to bo printed. On June 11
he received tho first proof, and in
in this city, with his wife, he began
the proof reading 10 months ago. To
read the proof of tho last verse of
the last chapter of Revelation and
thus to end his task was tho purpose
of the ceremony.
Mr. Bingham stood in the center
of his circle of mends among the
fonts of type in the most notable
composing room in the world, where
the Scriptures aro set in 242 different
languages. The concluding verse was
put in type, a proof was taken, a
slight correction inade,) and Mr. Bing
hainread the verse aloud in the Gil
bert island tongue. Superintendent
Thompson then led the way to the
pressroom, and another foreign Bi
ble was 'added to the list printed by
the American Bible society. In the
afternoon several volumes were
bound and presented as souvenirs of
the occasion. The book contains 937
Two Negatives or One Woman.
A photographer says: "Ono lady
ordered a large picture of herself 12
years ago. She was then a blooming
maiden with a round cherub face
and very good looking. For some
reason she never called for her pic
ture, and I hung it up in my collec
tion. Last week this same lady came
in to Bit for her picture. She didn't
know me, although I recognized her
directly, for a photographer rarely
forgets faces. She had grown quite
old looking, and after her toddled a
couple of young ones. I showed her
a negative, but she scorned the in
sinuation of tho faithful camera that
she looked so old and careworn.
"I remembered her picture on the
wall and persuaded her to let me
finish one of tho impressions. Re
luctantly sne consented and went
away with a palpable frown of dis
gust on her countenance. When she
called again, I showed .her tho pio
ture of 12 years ago. She was do
lighted, and it did mo good to see tho
smile of satisfaction on her face. I
made her a dozen copies, and now
she thinks mo the finest photog
rapher in the world. Not many wo
men liko to admit the inroads of ago
and care." Now York Commercial
The Month For Stufllna.
"March is tho muffin month," said
Andrew Short of Michigan. "Per
haps you don't know that tho muffin
is an oriental dovico for tho enter
tainment of the appetite. Well, it
is. The muffin's- origin is Moorish.
At Rabat in Morocco to this very
day you may hear tho muffin bell
sound at 4 o'clock, whan tho muffin
man comes round. Tho muffin is as
popular there as it is in London, and
tho griddlo on which tho Moors bake
it is exactly the same ns that used by
us, and it is fixed in n like manner
over tho fire. Tho Moor's name for
tho muffin is 'maphula.' Originallv
it was 'inaphul,' but tho Greeks add
ed tho 'a.' Tako away the final
vowel and change T for its cognate
n,' 'maphula' becomes 'mufeen,' and
there you are I" St Louis Globe
Democrat Good and Had Elements In Tea.
Thero aro two elements in the
dried tea leaf which distinguish it
from other dried herbs, one of whioh
is tho source whenco comes all the
inspiration which attaches to the
beverage, the other tho source of
nearly all the criticism which it re
ceivea. Tho first is theino, tho octavo
principlo of tho herb, tho physio
logical effect of which is yet but very
Imperfectly understood; the second
is the. harmful tannin, which, it is
universally admitted, cannot be taken
into tho human stomach in any ap
preciable quantity without ill re
sults. Good Housekeeping.
lUTeet of Doatoja's Streets.
Cobble How on earth did thosa
trousers get twisted around your legs
Stone I havo been in Boston and
tried to find mv wav arouni tfea
s 1 Pi a - -
IT IS ALL
ii m riwmi'"rmt
It's economy to buy the Eagle brand as It, goes farthest.
-ey mm mm
Completed rind ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week
at reasonable prices. We keep a full line of Truck, Drays and Express to
meet all demauds. Also keep the finest Stallions in this county, for wrvlce.
Barn and residence 2 block south of post office. RYAN & CO.
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest mannsr, take them to the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
, Liberty Street.
Laities wbo mlier
from CWtlni; Winds
and bcorchlng bun
Lola Montez Creme
The Skin Food,
Thr best remedy for
beeping the face cool
and free fnm Irrita
tion, as It sooths and
comforts the ek in and
pi events Irecitle or
snnbn . It Is not a
beauilfler but a sKln
restorative and pre
servative, r a little Montez C-eme 1 rubbed
iu the nKln and thoroughly wiped on" again,
Jmt before applying powder, tha' complexion
will be gorier, and the powder will remain
longer, desldes preventing tbe powder from
clogging tbe pores of tbe sKln lrlce 75 cents.
For sale by FRED LEGO, Druggist, Patton
lilock, Balem, Ore.
Foraxy special or complicated blemish of
wceur luriu, wriui
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
AMKBioA'a Beauty Doctor,
26 Geary St., Pan Francisco, CrJ
Superfluous Ualr Permanently Removed.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
Private work a specialty.
C. B. CLEMENT. Manager.
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street.
Has the best facilities tor moving and rais
ing houses. Leave orders at uray Bros., or
address Kalein. Oregon.
From Terminal r Inferior Points the
Is tbe line to take ,
To all Points East and South
It Is the dining car route, ltrnns through
Vestibule trains; every day In the year to
ST. PADL AND CHICAGO
(No change or cars.)
Composed of dining cars nusurpaHsed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
;Of latent egulpmen
Best that can be constructed and In which
accommodations are both tree and lnr
Dished for holders of first and tfeoond-clMf
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnnon line eonnetlnff vith n
.lines, aflordlny direct and uninterrupted
Pullman sl cper iwervatlons can be se
oured in advtcce Crostk any agent ol
Throneh tickets in and fVnm all txlnt.
lln America, England and Europe can be
purchased at any ticket ottloa of this cnm.
all Information concerning rate, time
of tralnsoatas and other detalu fan: Uhed
on &DllcaUan to any stent or
A. D. OHARIiTON,
W First street, eor. WsMton; Port!
f 1SC0SIN CENTRAL LIKES.
(Norths Pscllc R. R. Co., Lstm.)
LATEST TIE CARD.
Tva .Through Trtlpj DfiHy.
1 Mtnn at &Mata
I HtPaula gWa3
I . AskUnsL. a KMasn
flkftlA BAlil llld tM.AAA hM tliw.nti
la ail petaia Ut tk DiaHJ4iajMLCaBIa.
imxmwfi.m,imiao wit all
www fuwf giipp-fc mmm. n'umt
sWtaaftaall In lutnalUn .ntM 4. ...... '
I TufctrOftwU. f
The qi "stlon oi t'ie purity of food and
the milu ve drink. For more than Thirty
GAIL BJRDEH EAGLE BRAND
has held first place In the estimation of
the American People so far as Condensed
Milk Is concerned. Why? Because no
person who buys It Is ever disappointed
In Its uniformity of quality, and superior
richness. Every can Is sterilized and b
Free from Disease Germs.
Your Grocer & Druggist sell it.
"mm eej y
! mf"m vm '"
S3 SHOE noTO
Da yoa WW then? When ntxt In need try pur.
' Beat In the world.
If ywiwuit aflne DRESS SHOE, mads In the UmI
t tylst, dos't pty $6 to $3, try my $3, $3,50, $4.00 or
$S Shoe, Thiy flt equal to custom mido and looKand
wir at wtlt, If y w with to economize In your footwur,
do to by porchsilng W, L Douglas Shoe. Name ant
pries itimpsd on the bottom, look for It when you buy
W.IXOTJOXAS. Brockton, Hass. Sold by
A New Remedy
Atrus Sptdfie s poutlre and permanent elimination
fall potion from the blood, and a ratoration of .hail thy
vigor to th tutuet is offered to sufferer for the 6rat time
in a remedy which has been undergoing the mostserere
print experiments for the past three years. It has not
yet failed, and it will not fail, as tt is a True Specific
for Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Do yon be
lieve it t Send for full particulars and proof free. , Sfoj
filling your system wtth mercury suid other potsona
This remedy will cur you in 30 to co days' without fail
We cuarantoo a euro or refund the money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., '
170 First Street
Lame BaoK. o
IR. SANDEH'S ELECTRIC BELT
With Eleotro-Masnetlo 8U8PEN80RY
Xstt Patcatsr Heat Japrevemaate I
win ear wltbout raedldn all ITmijum resulting1 from
overtaxation of brain nerve force i xeeM or todls.
ntlao; as oervou debility, ateepleeeue. tanner,
TjaswnaUea, kssiier, liver and bladder complaints,
Iknetwclr. hiinfcago, sctatjea, all female oomplalnte,
" III aeahb, tte. Kl ltrlo Belt oontalai
mkiI bapreeiBeau sjrar ail other Current Is
fauteoUvfelthr wearer or w forfeit tt,OOO.eo, and
VU1 cure allot tho atwre diseases or no par. the
aada hav been cured by till roawelouiiTnventtoa
srfter all other msedle failed, and w rIto hundreai
at testimonials In thU and every other state.
r,?J?,, frevs EIXCTS1C StSTMSOaT. th
rreatae boon ever offered weak men, nil Kk w
it'uH"h.u 'TW' atreetts anaalirruo la so t
. SANOEN ELEOTRIO OO.,
To. 1 TOf-lras Street, 1'OKTIXJiB OKX.
&t The LINE That
1 DAYS to
RaiK Quicker, ta Omaha and Kan
m" sas City.
Pullman and Teurut Sleepers, Free Beclin
Vg Cb!r Can. PWp Car.
Kor ratea and KaartraJ InrbrtuaUOO call W
V. X. BWM J1DKT. .' '"
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