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" For years I have had heart difficulty and
kidney trouble. I was unable to sleep on my
left side. I am now free from kidney trouble
and can sleep on cither side, thanks to
Hood's Sarsaparllla. MyywHebad chronto
sore throat for 20 yearst,8lnco, taking
Hood's Sarsaparllla she has not'liad sore
throat except once when she took cold."
GBJun" W. Babkes, lUchford, N. Y.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
rills, assist digestion, cure lck headache.
Edwina, tho "phenomenal" dancer, haa
-made a big kit in-Now-York city.
Itiseaid that Charles Frohman will
hare more than 20 companies on the road
Phyllis Rankin will be a member of
Mrs. John Drew's "The Rivals" com
pany next season.
Manager A. M. Palmer has returned
from Europe with the proverbial
"trunkful of plays."
The well worn "Ivy Leaf will go out
again next season. Smith O'Brien will
of course bo tho brave Irish lad who res
cues almost everybody in sight.
The rights of "A Scandal In High Life"
have reverted to the author, Edgar Sei
dell,, the original exploiters of the farce
hot thinking well enough of it to tembt
fortune on the road.
Henry Irving, Ellen Terry and a few
friends are traveling across British
America by easy .stages. Their company-
will sail from Europe in time to
reach San Francisco for their-opening
B. F. .Keith, tho "continuous perform
ance", magnate, is.said to attribute most
of his success to the fact that he com
pels attaches of his theaters to make a
specialty of politeness to patrons. His
example rsjght be advantageously emu
lated by other managers.
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM.
The starfish has fivo eyes.
It is reported that the eagles along the
ocean coast of tho, state of Washington
are being exterminated.
Sir John Lubbock, who once kept a
queen bee for J 5 years, declares that &
test proved that tho eggs were as fertile
at that age as they- were 12 years before.
The elephant is given the credit of be
ing the most long lived a well as the
most intelligent of all animals. Cuvjer
says that there are instances of thoir
having lived to beyond the age of 800
All the species of shellfish draw the
carbonate of lime of which their shells
are formed from the sea. After the
death of the animals the shells accumu
late at the bottom of the ocean, forming
lofty mountains and vast beds of chalk.
Taxation In Auclent Holland.
In the history of taxation there is noth
ing more curious than the imposts to! be
found in the laws of the early'days of Hol
land. The most curious tax of all was one
imposed in 1674 on boots 'and shoes. In or
der to prevent the impost from being evaded
each of those articles bo essential to human
comfort had to bo conspicuously marked
on the upper leather with the stamp of, he
maker and also with that of tho taxing of
ficer. Tho Bum to bejpald was regulated, by
the" size of tho boot or shoe. So, apart from
the question of beauty, in those days itrwas
a real advuntage to have a small foot. In
1600 a tax was imposed on all passengers
traveling in Holland by lanu or water. u
V701 thin tax was Mill in force.
In 1671 a duty of 5 cents was levied upon
each person who enured a tavern before
noon. The tax was increased for after
noon visits. Persons who assembled in. a
private house after 8 o'clock in tho after
noon for tho purpose of amusing them
selves hud each to pay a certain sum, and
those who entered a place of public enter
tainment were likewise taxed. There was
a duty on marriages and deaths. The
amount of tho tax varjed according to the
social position of tho parties, while in the
case of a person buried outside of tho dis
trict in which he had lived, the amount
payable by his executor was doubled.
Shoe and Leather Review.
A Vol uablu Artfcle,
The girl's heart-had been rudely handled
by a young man, wfcose lrprohsei,tjpay
vere 'known among men to b&of flno, more
value than hi protista tlpwtfjwjqjow'n
among women, and bhe went to an attor
ney to see about suing him for breach of
"So," said the kindly old gentleman,
"you want to hue Jack for breach of pro
miser" , . . .
"Yes, sir, I do, and I mean to," she as
serted, with angry emphasis.
"What are the figures!"
"Twenty-five thousand dollars.
The old man's eyebrows flew up with a
Twenty-five thousand dollars!" be ejac
ulated. "Why, my dear young lady, there
Isn't a Jury In tl.U county that wpuldn t
laugh riubt out lu the box at the very idea
of one cf Jack's promises oeing wur.u
thousandth part of It, You'd better bring
In your broken heart and sue him for as
sault and batter' or cruelty to animals or
something like that,"-DrtroIt Free Press.
"And speaking of tight money," wild the
traveled nau. "I remember hearing that
word tight' lined in a funny way In Pari
once, 1 1 was at a party In a hotel-as they
call tbelrhouswover there that was much
too small for the crowd they bad there, My
host spoke his best F.nglUh to itieas I push
ed through a Jam for a how-do-you-do, and
this U what be. akl the first thing. 'I m
afraid you will find we art very much too
t'ght fcietr "Boston Transcript
JJfr. G riant TF. Bdfn'ea
TTVTTitriTi'i'1'"" i7f;ivT'rtiV'nf(iTW?ir - -
THE SOUITUDE-OF TWO.
Ton were the queen of all the crowd
That surged through Lady (label's rooms
And when tho music grew less loud
Around the rch exotic blooms
I heard men praise your beauty rare,
The contour of your sweet, pale face,
Your massive colls of golden hair.
The charm of all your regal grace.
Entranced they envied me, and yet
I .watch you in the fire's dim light
And wish that wo. Had never met.
For here alone with you tonight.
When we cast off our heart's disguise,
I dare not, dare not seek to know
What memory shrouds. your dreaming eyes
With mists of tears that come and go.
Your little hand is mine, but fate
Denies tho bliss I vainly crave,
And both our Uvea are desolate,
Divided by your lover's grave.
Whoo-oo-ool roared the wind. Ml-1-lshl
the rain was pouring in torrents. The fury
of the gale bowed tho trees on the Volsln
inn coast und beat upon the cliffs of the
mountains of Crimma. The lofty rocks
along the shore were gnawed by the waves
of the vast sea of Niegalocride.
At the end of .the harbor is the little
town of Luktrop. A few hundred houses,
'four or five steep streets, which look like
ravines, paved with pebble stones and
rougBened by the scoria) ejected by the
nelghborlngvolcano, Vanglm-. During the
day it emits sulphurous, vapors, at night,
ever and anon, huge tongues of flame. Like
a lighthouse, theVangalor shows thehar-.
bor of Luktrop to .the coasters whose keels
cut the waves of theiNiegalocride.
On the other side of the town are some
ruins of the Crimmarian period. Then
comes a suburb which recalls Arabian vil
lages, with white walls, round roofs -and
sun scorched terraces, a heap of stones flung
there hnphazard, like a pile of dice whose
angles were worn off by the steps of time,
Among other buildings is the Slx-Quatre,
a name given to an odd looking structure
with six windows on. one side and four on
A steeple dominates the town the square
belfry of St. Phllfllene, with a chime of
bells which are sometimes stirred by the
tempest. It Is considered a bad omen and
always inspires terror throughout the coun
try. Such is Luktrop. Then outside are scat
tered houses standing amid the broom and
furze, as in Brittany. But it iBn't in Brlt
tanv. Is it In France? I don't know. In
Europe? I don't know that, either. At
any rate, don't look for Luktrop on thomop
not even on Stleler's atlas.
Tapl A timid knock was heard on the
narrow door of tho Slx-Quatre at the, left
angle of the Rue Messagllere. It was one
of .the most comfortable houses, If the word
can be applied to Luktrop.
The knock was answered by savage bark
ingr Intermingled with hpwllng, like the
barking of a wolf. Then a window above
the door opened. ""Deuce take these trou-
iblesome people,' said an angry voice.
A young girl wrappea in a snauoycioaK,
who stood shivering in the rain, asked if
Dr. Trifulgas was' at home.
"He is or isn't according mj circum
stances." "I've come to ask him to go to my dying
"Where is he dyingf"
"On the coast of Val Karinon, four miles
"What Is his name?"
'lYes, and If .Dr. Trifulgas"
"Dr. Trlfulffas Isn't In."
And the window closed abruptly, while
the roar of the wind and the rush of the
rain blended in a deafening noise.
This Dr. Trifulgas was a hard man. IIU
old dog Hurzof a'crosB-betwet n a bulldok
and a spaniel would have had more pity
His house, Slx-Quatre, inhospitable to thi
poor, opened only to the rich. Besides, hi
had a regular scale of charges forhlsserv
Ices so much for typhoid fever, so much
for a congestion, so much forpericanlitls
and other diseases which doctors Invent by
the dozen. Now, Vort Kartif was a poor
man, a member of an Insignificant family
Why should Dr.'Trifulgas disturb himself,
and on such a night?
"Just getting me up was worth 10 fre
zers," be muttered as he went back to his
Scarcely 20 minutes had passed when the
Iron knocker again struck on the door of,
The doctor In a rago again leaned out of
"Who's there?" ho shouted.
"I am Vort Kartlf's wife."
"The man at Val Karinon?"
'Yes, and if you don't come he will die.'
"Well, you'll be a widow."
"Here are 20 fretzers."
"Twenty fretzers to go to Val Karinon,
four miles offl No, thank youl Deuce
take me if I will."
And the window banged again. Twenty
fretzerel A fine piece of business! Risk a
cold or lumbago for 20 fretzers, especially
when, the next morning, he was expected
at Klltrono by the rich Kdzlngov, from
whose gout he made 60 fretzers a visit.
With this agreeable prospect Dr. Tri
ir. Bint still more soundly than before.
ivkuiuini Mi.l-ishl And then tap!
tapl tap! This time three blows from the
knocker, piled by a more resolute nana,
blended with the noise of the storm. The
doctor woke, but In what a temper! W ben
the window was opened, the wind burst In
like a bombshell.
"It Is for Vort Kartif."
'That miserable fellow again?"
"I am bis mother."
"May his mother, his wife and his daugh
ter die wl!Tblm."
"He has an attack of"
"Well, let him defend himself."
'They have sent you some money," the
old woman added. "An installment on the
house which was oold to Dontrup on the
Uue Alessagllrre. II you don't come, raj
granddaughter will be fatherless, my
daughter a widow, and I shall have no son."
It was pitiful and jterrlble to Jvear this
aged woman's role, to think ihat the
wind wa chilling thek blood In, bervelns,
that the rain was drenching her thin form)
"An attack of epilepsy U worth aoo tret
zert," replied the heartless Trifulgas.
"We have only 12a"
Aud the window shut again. But on re
flection 120 fretzers for a two hours' wajk,
including the visit, that was 60 fretzers an
hour, a frrtxer a minute. The profit waa
mall,yrt after all not to UdeapUed.
Instead of going back to-bed. the doctor
.llpped'into his coat, put on bis high booU.
Jib I thick overcoat and bis 1D:L
leaving bis lamp burning beside his Codex.
opVn at page I97.be unbelted the door ol
Blx-Quatre and tood,upoB the, threshold.
rrvl!JnmHwaathtre leaning on bT
US, emaciated by br year of poTWtr.
V ' '
"'r" - ny r fru nn m ir T t -fMiyC'ifS -
"Here they are, aud may God Increase"
them to you a hundredfold."
"Godl The money of the poorl Dldany
body ever sv the color of It?"
The doctor whistled to Hurzof, lighted
a small lantern, hUug It round his neck
and turned toward the sea.
I The old woman followed him. , .
I What a tempest of wind and, rain! The
' bells of St. Phllfllene began to ring. -A-.bad
omen! Pshawl Dr. Trifulgas was. notisu-
! ncrstltlous. He believed In nothing, flot '
even his own sclenca except forthelncome
it brought hi in. What weather .and what (
a roadi tool Stones, slippery with seaweed;
tcorles crunching under the treadi No light,
txcept the faint, wavering rays from Hur
zot's lantern. Sometimes there was a
burst of flame from the peak of Vanglor,
amid which huge, grotesque silhouettes
seemed to hover. We do not know what
lurks at the bottom of these fathomless,
craters. Perhaps they are the, souls pf the
under world, which turn to vapor In ri?ng.
The doctor and the old woman followed
the curves of the little bays on the shore.
The sea was white with a livid pallor the
whiteness of mourning glittering with a
phosphorescent light along the line of surf,
which broke In tshlnlng waves upon the
Both climbed to, the bend In the road, be
tween the downs, where 'the broom and
furze met like a thicket "of bayonets.
The dogthod come, close tolhts master and
seemed to say:
"Ua! A hundred and twenty fretzers for
the strongboxl That's the way to get rlchl,
-More lana lor me vineyarui anuuicr uu
on the supper tablel Another bono for
faithful Huraof! Let us nursd the ,slck(
rich people and bleed their pockets."
At this point the old woman stopped, and
with a trembling finger pointed to a ruddy
light shining through "the gloom. It came
from Vort Kartlf's house.
'There?" asked the doctor.
"Yes," replied the old woman.
Tho dog howled plaintively,
KmMenlv thn volcano with a rtfafwhlch
seemed to shako it to its foundations sent'
forth a sheaf of flames which appeared to
touch the olouds. Dr. Trifulgas was thrown
down by-the shock.
Swearing like a trooper, ho. rose and
looked around, him.
The old woman was no longer there. Had
she disappeared lnsomechasm intheearth,
or was slio concealed by the heavy mist?
Tho dog was standing erect on his hind
legs, with his mouth wide open and the
"Let us go on!" murmured Dr. Triful
gas. The worthy-man had, pocketed hlsmon-
ey. He must earn it.
There was only one gllmmerof 'light-
perhaps half a mlleaway. It- came from
the room of the dying or 'dead man. That
was the house. The old woman had point
ed to It. No mlstako was possible.
Amid the roaring of the wind, the rush
of the raln.tho whole fury of' the tempest,
Dr. Trifulgas walked swiftly" on. As. he
advanced, the house, Btandingi alone in. the
fields, became more and rooreiolesrly vls-
It was strange how closely It resembled
the doctor's residence, Slx-Quatre at Luk
trop; the same arrangement of the win
iimn In front, the same little vaulted door
Dr: TrifulKOB hurried on as fast as the J
hurricane would permit; The door was.
alar. He pushed It open, and the gale
hnnired it after him rudely. The dog, left
I outside, howled, paualngi at intervals like
Strange! One would .think that Dr. Tri
fulgas bad returned to bis own home. Yet
he had not grown bewildered and made n
circuit. ' He was really al Val Karinon, not
at Luktrop. Yet there was the same low,,
vaulted corridor; the same winding wooden
staircase, with its wide railing worn by the
friction of many hands.
He went to the landing. A falntjlght
filtered under- the door as at-Six-QuMre.
Was It a delusion? In the dusk be r?cog.,
nlzedhlsown room, the bed -with itsycl
lmv ennenv: on "the riaht the .old pearwood
chest, at the left a ptrpngbox where he,
meant to deposit his 120 fretzers. Thfcre,
stood' his leather .cushioned armchair, his
fable with its twisted Je,g8 and on it near
the dying lamp his Oodext opened nt page
"What alls me?" hemnttered.
What was It? A chill of fear crept through
bis veins. IIU pupils dilated. His body
seemed' to shrink. A cold perspiration
camo through the pores of his, skin.
He must hasten. The lamp Was going
ouLforlack of oil. He must- look, at the
Yes, there was the ueu nis uea witn pil
lars and canopy, closed by flowered cur
tains. Was it possible. that that waspopr
man's wretched tpalletf
With a trembling band he- grasped' the
curtains, parted them an(J glanced within.
The dying man, with his faco. la full
view, layimqtlonlessjas if, about to draw
his last breath. The doctor bent over blm.
Oh, what aery escaped bis lips arts wered
by the mournful baying of IhedogouUlde,
The dying man was not Vort Kartif but
Dr. Trifulgas. It was he Whom the con
gestion had attacked. A cerebral apoplexy,
with a sudden accumulation of water In
the cavities of the brain, with paralysis of
the side of the body opposite to the seat of
the Injury. ... . .
Yes, It was he for whom a physician baa
been summoned; be, who in the hardness
of his heart had refused to go to the poor
man; he who was dying.
Dr. Trifulgas was like a madman, n
flt that the case was hopeless. The gravi
ty of the symptoms lucreased every, mo
ment. Tha action of ma Heart ana respira
tion were about to cease, ret lie nau not
wholly lost the consciousness of existence.
What should he do? Leen the quantity
of blood by means of bleeding? Dr. Trlful
r,, wna d. (lead man if be delayed.
Bleeding was still practiced at that time,
and, as at the present day, tbedoctors pared
of apoplexy all who were not destined to
Dr. Trifulgas seized his case of iMtru
raenU, took out a Jancet and cuttbrjarm
of his double. The blood did not fipwjj He
rubbed the chest violently, the , action of
his own heart was falling. He putj hot
bricks to the feet mi owqwefrBivT..u
Tben his double started up In bed, strug
gled violently for breath and drew a long
sigh. And Dr. Trifulgas, spite cf alltbat
hU knowledge could suggest, died under
The next morning only a corpse was
found In Blx-Quatre-tbe body of Dr. Tri
fulgas. It was Interred with great pomp
In the cenitery of Luktrop after numerous
othem ybleh be bad sent hrreaecotdlng
to the most approved formula.
As to old Hurzof, they say that since that
day be has darted through the country
with hU lighted lantrn bowling like alost
I can't vouch for the truth of the rumor,
tat iso ronrjo,ur ,tblngippvln this
-land of .Youluoi ear iw suiairua oi
But, I repeat, don't lookfor this place on
the tnap. 'ilia best geographer bar not
yet MKlti M to iti akoatloa to latitude, or
tvtala Ioitu4.-Julso Verne.
Iho Evil it Wrought For One Woman
Until the Spell Was Broken.
"lam riot superstitious," said an actress
recently, "but Llon't believe I shall ever
care to have peacock's feathers In my pos
session again. A few weeks ago I saw n
ffui.nimlt of them in one of the shops here,
and thinking' it was Just what I wanted
bou'gbt it. I gave a $10 bill In payment;
Haying I would get the change on the way
out, The Ian was to.tu, .and wnen l went
back to the counter the money had jiot yet
"I was In ti desperate hurry, for it was
ticm-ly rehearsal time, but as it was Satur
I'av and we were goiug out on a short east-
em tour uuday morning 1 had to wait as
long as.possible. There bad been an error,
and my. $4.40 bad-gouo astray I was finally
told, but it would bo forwarded to me, -the
girl Bald, and I rushed up to rehearsal, just
lateveno,ugb to Incur a fine.
"After the trouble with the monoy, being!
consequently a little short of cash In my
purse, I.scnt home, C. O. D a small. pack
agofwhpse. contents cost II. This dollar I
gave to tho maid at my boarding house,
telling her to pay. for something that was
coming for me. While I was at dinner tho
mapager sent for my two trunks to go to
the station, and .the stupid maid assumed
this to be the place for my dollar and, paid
ltovcrto.therexpressman, who, not under
standing, pocketed It as the cxprcssage for
the trunks, bo wnen tne package uiu.come
it took another dollar to get it, and there
;was no way to got the first one. back.
'Nothing Happened on Sunday,, except
that my berth was over tho wheels, and I
Heft a package of the late papers I bad Just
VtV i .1 x? -vU-i. i.i. ,.
OOUbUi. iu tuo 4ie,v iur& niuwuK ,xvuiu
.but on Monday, not feeling w611, 1 bought
a bottle of au expensive tonic, abd had
.hardly got out of tho drug store when it
slipped from my hands and fell, breaking
to bits. As the tonic was not for external
.use this outward application only soiled
my gown, and I hod to go right back arid
.pay over another $1.25 for more of, tho med
icine. "We were to play three nights in the
, place, und I left souio of my things around
the dressing room after Monday night's
"Whert I opened the door Tuesday even-
Inir, a cloud of Hying down flouted toward
me. It was my powder puff, which had
been Chewed by mice, as I thought, but
Lsoon found that more than mice bod been
abroad In the room, A llttlo bearch showed
a big Tatbolo lu one comer, aud In it were
sticking n half gnawed shoe, one of a pair
of red Tdlk ones, made from a piece of a
dress 1 wore in one act. ino other was
never found. The rats had disposed of that
entirely, and of a palrof long, red gloves
that went with the costume. Of course
tbt-y had eaten all the grease paint around,
dud bad even jumped up from the shelf
and chewed u pair of red silk laces that
Inccd my dress and that 1 had hung up on
4 nail. - The-so were chewed as far as they
could be reached.
"I had to go on that night wlthout-gloves,
and In a-pair of old white kid boots1 that the
property man hastily painted red as well
as he could.
"The manager of the theater-told me the
place was- overrun by rats, that a short
time before be had shut a ferret lit) one
night in one of tho dressing rooms, and in 1
the morning lie could not ue round any
where, but that didn't, console mo for the'
loss of my expensive and not easily dupli
"Wednesday morning In my room'atitho
hotel I Bpll'ed a bottle of ink over .the
front of a new teagowu, und then I cried.
One of the girls run In, and in tclllng'ofmy
list of misfortunes I spoke of their dating
from the purchase of the fan. 'SVhat fad?'
she asked, and I showed it to her.
"She instantly seized it audi broke It
over her knee, running to the window und
throwing the pieces as far as she. could. I
learned, then for the first timo itho.super-
atitiou about peacock feathers. And though
I can't believe lu It, 1 had no. more woes,
bevond those of the average mortal, after
tl narted company with that an. And'I've
mever got back tho $4.40 change, "New
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but from prooir j
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the advent of the New Shortening' 1
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K. J.oeHB,THU-nographer and Tjpe
,...,, MA juiiiimuut tvnAvritinff ni
ce but, one In Oregon, dver JJusU's bank,
rvrF.l.T.A. HtlKRMAN. Tvtiewrltlni
'O oommerclal stenography, room 11, Gray
block. Klrst-clas.woTEv Kal
Dll. A. DAVI8. Late Vmi Graduate of New
'York.-gtves special attention to the dls
cases of women and children,, nase.i throat,
lungs, kidneys, skin diseases and surgery
Ofllco at reiildeiice, lol State street. Oon.u'la.
tlon fromtttotaa. m.and3to5P.m. 7-1-fim
.Office 8lo0ommerclal Btreet.ln Eldrldge block.
iWSiqenco io imoiorci pitrci.
a BROWN K, M, C. Vhysiclan aad Hor
reon. omce. iiuruby bieuk: residence,
HMITH. Dentlnt. 93 Btate street
JJ Balem, Oregon. Finished dental opera,
lions or evi
description, l'alnless opera.
tlons a specially,
DU OLAilA- Mv ,DAVIUMONradate ol
Woman's Medical Wlsge, 'of Pennsyl
vania Office. Bh-HreymaanBlock,- Walem.
r O. OHIMTU. .DKNTWr. BALBM.,OUK.
V. on. Office hours from a m. to,6p.n;
All worn guaranteed. OHIoe civer J; J 'Dai
ry m rle's store, corner Court- and Commercial
WD. 1'Uail, Architect, plans, spocldca
llnnfl nnfl, tMllnArlmjiuriMnnA. -far- Bit
401MC U, .UUWU., ,IX.V,VW VVI.M.M.'.W'1
a.... .. i...i,i.M,H ,a,a non nAn.n,.M,lnl
.vrvQfc, up .ufttr..
)tUTEOTIONLODai NO. 3 A.O.U. W.-
L Meets In their .hall In Htate It:
J. A i BEL WOOD. Itecorder.
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST, LOUIS
li DAYS to
Hours ulckw to,w!"di!;' "d'Ka""
Through Pullman and Touritt Sleepers, Free
Reclining Shafr Can'r Dining Carl,
r or rates and general U&wsaattos aall on
W. II. HORLBURT. Asst, p. P. A.
3U Wasklagloa IK.. 0r.5d.
A New Remedy
a 7a vUxmtrva tbt Uood. sod s nMoMlun U hultbjr
U MlLi ti u i w tunwfc li 6 uat
uinM (iiwluMMt fer l
fct frnJuIktc reUan
, A naju, WU.LJ. mi v
blkd, mi it will f
tankoun tu pcoot .
Aung yw tya
Y without fiuL
Wi c5ZZl m car Jt rm&A Mm MMf,
MOf FAT CHEMICAL C0M
IT W ftrftf ,rTtAin. ,
iv. nad free from lrrltatlns f nmtloni. by '
eewoi jwwu to wfcu, icmca on
...rr .... . . ..r- .zj z- ,
Grower, U per ootue j s (orf&m.
ROOT HAIR GROWER
Xerley & Winstimley.
Bhop 21rt High street.
Brick and Tile-
Good, meats, Prompt delivery.
Only 3 cents a
day delivered at
JOHN C. -MAUN,
State Street, - - ' Balem
, Leave orders at Balem Im
provement Co., DS State Btreet.
T HE WAT O H M iAt K M fy
215 Commercltl 81,, Sitm, Oregon.!
(Next door to Klein's.)'
Hpeolaltyof Spectacles, and repairing Oloeka.
WntehM and Jewalrv '
Smith Premier TynrWHter,;
Sold on easy payments. For Rent.
W. I. STALEY, Agent,, Salem,
U.N.lBUUPKE.aen'Ugent, lOldl'liIrd Bt.
Portland, Bend forlcatalogae.
W. L. DOUGLAS
De yea wetf ttewT Wh m le sfeed try a b.(
mx l n ina wins.
Ifvmiwint ague MESS SHOE, mk IflthsbM
tvlM, tfos't pay $8 to $8, fry my M $3.50, f4.M or
i Skos, The fit eual to cuttom made snd took M
wiar a woM. ffvea With to tconomlt In your fitr.
do 10 by jwrelisifiwr W, L DougiH Shoei, Hamt M
crlc litmotd on tho bottom, look for It whts yos boy
W.IODaLAfl, Brockton, Km. Boldpyi
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street.
lias the best facilities lor moving and rais
ing nouses Leave orders at Uray Dros., or
address Halem, Oregon.
Fros Tki!iiI or Interior Polite Ik
Is the line to'take
' To all Points East and South.
It Is the dining ear route, itruus tbrougb
vestibule trains; every day In the year 10
ST. PADL AND CHICAGO
(No change of ears.)
Competed of dining ears unsurpassed,
fuUman-drawtng room sleepers
Of lain t equipment
est that can be constructed ant) lu wblflb
aocommodatUoa are both tree and fun
Disked for Uol4rt ef rt aad. saoud-clatf
IXEOAWT DAY OOACHJE.
Aeoatlauots Wae eeaaejllag with all
Hum. Mordtn d'ject and uninterrupted
fullman sli r eotona j
eared In advtr in uir. , 1. any agent nt
Through UeksU U and from all l-olnu
lu Arawlea, KnUnd and Kiiropa.cnn !
poretuhMdat auy UoHotomseol tUUo.iu-
rvtll InformsUoa eoneoralng .rates, Mine
of train,rotiM and otlisr details furntb4
Asstetaat Oeueral rVwMuut;; AobIl Hn,
131 rirsi atrM. Mf, WWeX;M"r
IMP I I i I I
. ran iLPiH&.
Otv Meter System
TO CONSUMERS t
The Balem Light and Power Company" at
Igieat expense nave equipped tnelr Jiieetne
cat pianvwltn tne most modem apparatus'
and are now-able to oiler the pnbllo a teller
llthttban any svtem and a
rtuMU BBjt vivj uu uivowm. ;
Arc rh1 IucuHulcsccmt Light;
lag. Xlectrlc Meters ior all
fmrfroscs whore wer Is re
quired. nenldenees can bo wired for as man light"
as, deal red and the eoniutnera pay tor only
ufibtijthUss are used. This bet UEreglsterM
by an Kleetrio Meter. Office
179 Commercial St.
J. t BENNETT & SON
F. O. Block. '
T. W. THORNBURG,
Ttemodeln. re-ooversand repairs
' upholstered rarnlture. rlraU
ernes worn. uii.-"'u i.m..,
Htato Insurance block.
Oneasyiterms and cheap, a V0 wraorchairt
on eiunny oiae ni "in, atuiieuabu
' of Balem.
-6Wt-dW 30UH HART.
POSTOfEICE-BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
SAdmlttcd to pravllce It) (ill the courts.
iHhmIftl attention slven to (loiwan ,poBk
Ing-people ,and lnine'nt tlit coimly ami
Mate onjees. B. UOKER.oury fuotio.
The Yaquina. Route.
OREGON PAilC 1 1
And Oregon Dovolopment company's
.Lip, line. ,233 miles snorter. 2U hoi
mir lew 1
through .passenger .and irelgt
loan ny ny omriv ruuirr in
bt line from
YAiley to. and fromian Krancisco.
i-orusna aou an loinm in mo
T1MK HCUKJJULK; (KjcoepiHunaayo
Lv Albany.l:00 p m I LY Oervalsl: P m
Ar Vaaulnafi:S0 p m Lv Yaqutna.S:4 a w ''
Lv Corvalll.IUa5am 1 At AlUanyll;10a m
O. ft C twins joonnect at Albany and far
riie' above trains connect et Yaquina1, with
itte Oregon Development .Oo.'s line oftleam
erebotweonYBqulnaand.banFranoisoa, . N. U Vassengers from I'ortlund and all
Willamette valley points can wake close con
nection with 1 he trn'ns or tlie Yaqujna Route
itjAltmny or Oorvallls and If det-llned tn Han
Kranctsoo. should arrant to arrive at Yaquina
tbe evening-beiore dateof sailing.
rasseneer and Krelght Hale always the
lowest Far Information., apply- to Mjr.
UULMAN Co., Freight and Ticket Agents
eo and 90S Front lreel,lJorllttn,Or.,r
C. OliiUeUK,) Atft Oeo'l KL I'M. -Agl
Or. lactuQ It. K. Co . Oorvallli, Or.
C. U.UABWtCLL, Jr., Qen'l Freight and
SOi Montgomery, Ht
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
CALirOIIHIA JtXPMKSa TMAlW HCK SAIUT
TWisiN i-mtTiaNDANns. y.
tf.lb p. in.
('ju it, m
Above trains stop at all ststloas ITom
Portland to Albany lncluilve; alio at Tangent
Hbedd, Ilaltey, JlarrUbvirg, Junctloa pity,
Irving, Eusene aud alt stations fromRoseburg
10 'Asbiand Inclusive.
uoeKBUua mail Aimr,
g: SO a.m.
11:17 a. m
Veil p. m.
Ar.) 4,ii0 p. w.
Lv. I 1.-40 p. ai.
UlHlMg Cars on OgdeH Kout
FDILMAN BDFFET SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached to all through trains.
rVeslSiit WtTietae FtftluJ
fXv," PortUtuiT" hr.
'trtf p. tu.
j!4) p. in.
At Albanv and (torvillln
trains of Oregon lart do Railroad,
mrasHMTHjUM iuit,v ascafrsoHnAY
Lv.l (Ufa. M
7-J6 p. m. I Ar.
To all polaU In the Ka4rt ttuu. Canada
and Kurope can be pliUlnM at lowrt rataa
from f. W. sKINNSt. MwU "
JCt'. JULHtKWt, Jnut rmmn M-wm t
K KOJCMLKM, MsttasM
WISCONSIN CENTRAL UNES.
(Northors PitKc R, R, Co., Is-)
Two ThfWf h Trli DHy.
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tralas golBrVaH and rttHtfc.
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ticket ul 04- JAir5?fii.