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TlinA depends upory tho
Livor.w Iffjtho JLlver is
inactive Ihcu wjEioJa svb
tcrn ia an ol ordcr-tbo
brgutlv ia baa, digestion,
poorylxead doll or aching,
energy 'and hppeulness
gtpOjt, the spirit f isa da
' pressed, a hcarjr jWiiigho
tto ybluej. The lover io
tlio , housekeeper of tho
hpath ; fand lanarmleM,
Eiurple erne(y.thaf acts
like ltzrej doesc.iot
does-jiot interero with.
ing its use, makes-Sim-,
mons Liver Kegulator a
I harp tested its virtues jorsonally.anq
know that ror"T)yipcWift'BlHonsnoM and
Throbbing Headache, lt'to tho beat medi
cine me worm over saw. uaveincaiuny
other remedies .before .Simmons liver,
Regulator, and. none of thonTitote morq
than temporary relief, but tho itegulator
not only relieved but pured. "
li. H, Josrps. Macon, Ua. ,
ALWAYS TOO LATE.
Priscilla, who often wondered why
itjiadbeen necessary to name, her
afjterjher.deatj and gone great-grand,-aunt
was growing up into a finp
young woman. She was 16 and tall
Her cousin, Tomlinson Perrybrook,
then five and twenty, made up his
xnind, tq ,marry her, if he couJd,jgefc
her, since in his estimation she was
the prettiest best and sweetest little
darling( living. But she, was only ,16.
He wold, t say nothing yefr. He
would wait' until shej was M and
Then TomUnso.nJPprrybrQok hay
ing made up his mind quietly, went
back to his occupation, which was
what he called "improving his
Ho laid out new piithsl planted
new trees, improved the garden and
gave tho parlor a fine frescoed wall
and ceiling, a new Persian carpet
and velvet furniture.
Meanwhile he said nothing to Pris
cilla, having not, the .slightest doubt
that she liked him and would say
"Yes" whenover he said " Willy ou?''
Priscilla did like him. She was,
secretly a good, deal in, lovo, with
him and very much Hurt that he
did not make love to her. Every
one in tho house knew this except
Tomlinson himself. Ho was waitr
ing, for the, seventeenth birthday.
Before that time Priscilla went to
London to pay a visit. There, a
the house of. a fashionable relative,
she met a fashionable young ra.4
who fell desperately in love, with
In, her heart Priscilla wished thaj;
her Cousin Tomlinson had been in
his place, but as far as she knew
her Cousin Toinlinsc-n had no mpro
than cousinly affection for her,
Consequently, feeling that ber youth
was waning with the approach, of
her seventeenth birthday, she ac
cepted her first offer and came borne
to. tell her father and mother whajt
sho had done.
They in turn told Cousin Tomlin
son. who, having contrived to hide
his emotion, escaped from them as
soon as. possible and went home to.
shut himself up in the frescoed' par
lor he had furnished for unconscious
Priscilla and cry like a girl.
There was, npthinf for it now, but,
V? ge,t overj Wfljinjsery as weuaa po
could, and he 'congratulated his cou
Bin in a very pretty choice of words
and went away to distract hig mind.
oy travel, xteresoiveu nut w return
until tho end of November. This
was May. Ia Juno his. aunt, Pris-
cilla's mother, wrote to him. One
of the paragraphs of her letter con
tained a tremendous piece of. news.
It was this:
'I am sorry to tell you. dear
nephew, that Priscilla has quarreled
with, the gentleman shp 'yrpsi to mar
ry and that the affair is quite broken
off, so that she has even given him
back his ring. Of course eachevents
aro unpleasant though wa are glad
to keep our girl: litj tel?- Mr. '
Dinwiddle was silly enough" to be
jealous without reaaon."
Priscilla -was free again. CoaaiH
Tomlinson's spirits arose. Tapm
oaed'parlor arose before hia irnagfn
tion, with JPriscilla on one side of the
grato and he upon tne oiner in twim
armchairs. He saw her driving the
little pony phaeton ho intended to I
w.. 1 ,- tnm ihn hroad tiath
buy for her down tne oroaa pain
leading from tne nouse w wo buwj,
and, he, was just three days' difltoe
from home, and a woman whose
heart has just been hurt is always
readier to accept aaalve. fpr it ia the 1 jjj p 7 in everyn, as he had
shape of k -new lover, as we bedded, TomUnson Perrybrppki just
know. 35 dressed himself with much care
It would be well for him to return I oiyyed, with, some annoyance,
home and exhibit himself as Fns- a Bpot as big as a shilling:
cilia's adorer in this moment of maid-, jj the straightnesa of
ea humiliation. But this yqung man tk parting of his hair. But
lilts to carry put he plans he had tonjDg a pair 0f pearl colored kid
famed for himself. He had said . he took himself to hia cous-
isMnawouia travel vovHijYmi
and it SM&aed proper-to do so. Coa-
aaaAyvkA s - hWiourt
ecoMtMrk. spc4Wp M3ourt
her ,loyer, but(only been pleaded by I
hislofoforher,Khadt thought a good
uetu nuout lonuinpou, wnose.wojetje-
gonoiaco naa given jaw a notion of
truth th.e jlay heji aiyefl to bid her
nrltn,, Vtf..i 1... n4- Ft .n 1.j J
uu.liu UC1U1U ilU DVil 1.111. UpUil U13 JOllf
ney, and she had actually purposely
made her lover quarrel with her and
broken off her match on his account
"Tell my cousin, mamma," she
had said, and mamma had written.
But when Tomlinfon maJo, no ro
Bponse, Pri6cilla grew angry ; when
ho did not return or oven write to
her, .angrier vet
At last when Juno, July, August
September and( October Jbad passed i
sho began to confess that she 'was' an f
idiot to throw awnv. n. trno hpjvrt for
one that had no love for her, and ,
.. : t . v ' i" . ' .
that Tomlinson had worn a long face
for some other reason than her en
gagement Tho consequence was that when
exactly on the 23d of November, ,aa
he had resolved in the first place,
Tomlinson returned home, and to
loso no time hurried, to his aunt's as
soon ashOjhad made himself present
able, with the "firm intention of pro
posing to Priscilla that very evening,
he stooda aghast a$ the door of tho
parlor before a very pretty picturo
that dissolved before his gaze his
Cousin Priscilla with a gentleman's
arm around her waist He retreated,
to his aunt
"Who is that?" he asked, pointing,
to the parlor.
"Mr. Dinwiddie," said his aunt
"I thought-you told -me" began
"Only a lovejquarreL after all,"
said the aunlvjso&ngly and quite
unaware of Tominson,s anguish.
They've madoit Upbeajjufully."
He wont away Bhorly after and
left his complirrien4for his cousin.
Miss Pribcilla marqea Mr. Dinwid
die this time and really grew to love
him, but there was spnietjhing charm
ing uuoutMUJ vo.UfcHu.AUUiiuJtiun, ei-cvi,
as a poplar and trim as a Quaker,
which wag exceedingjy to .her taste.
His little pink. mout,h and narrow,
well drawn eyebrows, were very,
very pretty. His hair w,as always
parted properly. There was no dust
on his coat. She sometimes contrast
ed himw,itb,her husband .and, wished
that heaven had 'given her such, a
Unan, but no one ever guessed it, and
the poor young lady seemed very
much ashamed of the silly secret hid
den in her brpast
She was in all respects a good wife,
and resolutely sot herself to banish
ing her cousin's, image from her
by east She bpjiayed "herself to have
succeeded when io years had' gone.
bv. but Tomlinson was still a bach-
elor. and still kept, tho, room he se-
cretly called Priscula's parlor as a
sort of secret hiding place, where he
went at times veryIate in the even
ing witb a flat;, candlestick to bewai
his single blessedness and indulge in
But a change was at hand. Mr,
Dinwiddie, who was fond of horses,
bought a fiqe spirited one in, th?i
morning and rode him out in the aft
ernoon. That night Priscilla kept dinner
waiting long indeed forever. No
one ever ate that dinger, fpr in tho
ghostly moonlight.as Bhe sat at her
window, she sawbe'rh'usband's hprso
rush past like some black, phantom
without his rider.
The" poor folow lay threp miles
bacVupon tho'lonely road, prone on
his face, stone dead. And so Pris
cilla at 27 was a widow-
As time passed and hor grief soft
ened she certainly looked Very welj
in her cap. Tomlinson thought so,
so didMr, 'YY'hmnoi'i who sottled,ber
This time Tomlinson made up his
mind, promptly. Of course it would
be indecorous to intruae upon a vriy
ow's grfef with worfo of .love, Hp
wovddTwajt a year fp$ decency, afad
one month over for good measure.
The year and one month would
bring them to Dec. 24, 18. Ho
would, propose on the eyenhig ot, Dec.
24 He'wrote thq date, down in his
notebook and counted the days as a
girl does those between tho present
ancj her first ball.
Meanwhile he made no sign and
kopt away, and Mr. Wincher, being
Mrs, Dinwiddle's legal gentleman,
found it necessary to call on busi
ness very often.
The year tottorod away. The
month after it waxed and 'waned.
Once or twice when they met by
chance something, in Tomunsons
Hfm jwl rvYuu vihs iuwv,
widow'B heart But at the end, of
the year Bhemernbered,he bad. not
so much as called once. She gave a
Utile Bigh'aad looked in the glass.
, "Twenty -seven is not 17," she said
as. she piand pa.,hr first white col
lar and tied on a little white crape
bow. "I'm suwLwtTBt that Tom-
jingon used to thja; me very
n n '
Just then a servant came to tell her
that Mr. Wincher had called about a
pece of land.
On tne JMtn oi uecemuer, jo, ki,
'0 reejance. no ihb v","Vr
rrJ ax answered it and Jok in his
. rr."T , A..JJi tvtvu that ha
src,h7retunia tooej? that bf
linsor waited half, an hour.
jubilant gentleman 'cam'o'1
of thoarlorand shook hands with1
It was Mr. "Wincher, whom ho
know very well.
"We'll g6 in and seo her in a mo
ment, my dear fellow," ho said in a
whisper. "She's a little agitated.,
Ladies always aro on such occasions.
We'll leavo her to herself awhile."
"Occasions what occasional,"
"You haven't suspected me, then J"
Wincher said, "Sho has justprom-
isod to make me happy by becoming
tfomTinson, with a woeful
asnoct uttorod concrratulatio ns. '
'. ; ,, T t "",,-,. r-.j.. nil.
Again Mrs. Dinwiddie gavoi
icrh n.nd drovfi awnv a littln tni
-Acnin jvirs. LiinwiuaiB unvn n lit
sieh and drove away a littlo wougn'
-n ' ,. ' 7- r W... I
Sho was married to Mr. Wincher
in the spring, and there was no sud
den dissolution of the" marriage, for
Mr. Winding Hvftd 3d Vears. which.
for. a gentleman Wn6 was1 48, oWhia1
He died of something .wijhj an e
coedinRly. lonKiiamo.andhaying been
very kind indeed ,tq hiswfefhe shed
a ereat many bitter 'tears "and. felt
very, very lonely.
She was 58 now and .had, no chil
dren. The second widow's cap and .crape
veil shaded the ""Yace of--an oldorly
woman, but bUo hau"'grown' round
adhada bloom" in her1 cheeks, foV
gray haiis and a splendid setbf false
When Bhe had been a widow, sbr,
months, Tomlinson Perrybroolc, an
6& bachelor of 65, utterly bald and
grown woeiuuy tnin, sai over nis sou
taryure. ' ' '
"It is queer how old fancies haijg
on," no saia to nimsoii. "i suppose
I could, hayehany(beautiful. yung
girl.' I iClwbse pto propose to" T(an old
bachelor ..ajwys .believes-that! nd
the older ho grows and tho uglier ho
gets theBtrongor this strange hallu
cination becomes). "But I am fond
er of Priscilla' than.any 6f .thern. ' '
"She. is changedj of( course; not
pretty noW, audi suppoW other men
think her an old woman, but she's a
darling yet, and if I'can get'hfet to
marry a third time .and come hero
antf'Iiv'o in the 'old' H6use t mado
ready for her when she was 17 tho
end of my life will' be its happiest,
and, God bless her I'll try my best
to make her happy too."
Then hq went to his desk and,
looked at at bi of ribbon "abo had.
dropped from her4 hair ' ttio day Bhe
wasfirot a bride, and that he had
saved all these years, and kissed it,
and taking bis cane (he had already
had a twinge or two of rheumatism)
I .V . - r I. (
went tocauuponms uqus,ui nscma,(
Port.lv nnfl rosv. Bha sat knittinct
at her fire, neatly clad in widow's1
weoda, Opposite her skt a stout' gen
tleman, perhaps two or three years
"This is my next door neighbor,
Mr. Packer, Cousin1 Tomlinson" febo
Tomlingop bowed.; bo did Mr. P.
"Any relative" of Mrs. Wincher's,
I'm delighted to knpw, 1 m Buro, h
said, with great emphasis, but ho 041
It is etiquette, for one caller tqleave
fiuuu uxiur tuo uuivtu ui, luiuuioi.
Cousin Toinlinson'knew, but perha;
Mr. Packer did not At, all. even
he sat andsaj; and talked aj,ta7'
until Tomlinson, rising, said!
"Cousin Priscilla, will you see mo
to tho doqrj I've aord to say to
Sho smiled and wont into tho hall
witb him, He, drew -.the, door shut'
"m Pays, long- calks$,e said,
bomounng,HKqa piusn mpunHi,to
''Perhaps bo thinks he has a right
to do bo," she said. '"L'm glad you
called tonight, fqr, when a womari
nf rrnr nrrri (ftkoa such' A Men shb
doesn't liko to break it to hW'merfds'
herself. You must ao it ior
cousin. You must mention, t
am encaged to 'Mr. Packer. :
a worthy man and respects me
vnrv mnr.h and has 14 motberleas
children, and pur estates join, anjj
am lonesome oh, so lonesome i Ana
when people at our time 6f life dp
this sort of thing, what is tho ue of
delay t I shall, of course, not marry
before the year is out tut then"
Poor Tomlinson I Ho sat down on a
hall cbais and oXcus($ the" ac$ liy
speaking of his late attack of rbeum
atlsra. 'Then he added," apnpaf"4f
her lato werds:
"Yes, yes, delays are dangerousl"
And then bo said very seftly:
"Well, w,eUJ Gopdby, Cpusty Pris
cilla I Goodbyt"
j&d he Iild her hand longer .than
hn Vail nvAr before and forthelaif
time in his VIo and weni 3doiw"tHe
long gravel j?ath, She looked af tr
He's an old man novr, Ood bless
him," abe said, "but how trim aid
Then the thought that had haunted
all her life flashed into her heart for
Bn instant and wanned Jt baclfto
youth. ... , .
"Ah, np I opl like an ojd fool," f
dd and went back to Mr. PacVer,
wh&luia meanwhile refrehhinv
Kit with a abort nap, with hU hoad
agmiu8t tho paper, andburat out of it
with confused, apologies.
nav moils nn faU mind about
her'any TmT l& Vfaljr
kow wp JHWPJWJ
Bhe steppod npon M. fr.i-rant sward,
She watched tho Jojuus fountains play,
The girlish queen, rlioeo fte was hard.
Iter sunshtno lasted scarce day.
Bhe watched the Joyous fountains play,
Her eyei-and llr-wltu smiles allsht.
Iter sunshine lasted scarce a day,
Hr hopes Wem lost In blackest night.
Uer eyes and lips with smiles alight.
The charznlnir Marie Antoinette;
Her hopes were lost In blackest night;
U follies lotthrworld forget.
The inarming Marie Antoinette,
8db loVeil a pla)1, a root or ball)
ner folllea let the world forget,
Shepald so dearly for them all.
She lorcd a play, a root or ball;
She lored a brilliant, sparkling gem)
She paid so dearly for them all,
E'enNrUh herllfe and diadem.
' i i ,t i
She loVed a brilliant, spr.rkllng gem.
Xht who shalf count the price she paid?
E'en with'jber life and diadem,
A on the block, her head she laid,
Ahl, who shall ooont the price she peidt
AM 'tthaeStn'saywhat thoughts she had
As bn the bloekiher head she laid
The past Enrolled, both good and badt
Ahl who can say what thoughts she had?
No doubt her" lored Versailles she saw.
The past unrolled, both good and bad.
Versailles sdllownVher sovereign law.
No doubt her lored Versailles shevaw.
She lingers yet around the spot.
Versailles f ujjpwns her sorerelgn law;
By soone can It be forgot. ' ' '
Bhe lingers yet around the spot
, The glrltsk queea, whose fats' was hard.
Oy no one 'earn It be forgot
She stepped upon that fragrant award.
'-M. A. B. Evans'ln Quips.
Jnmpln'c oirhtTc "''4
. It used to Wail' ahlusJtrient and also a
dutT to 4fi6-fotltmti& ahbW-'thVarirnala to
native gentlemen when the? came from'
tbelr country seats to visit Calcutta, ana I
linvarlnbly Invited them to come wlthme
i to seo the xoo. I think that the giraffea
puzzled tbem rno3t. One (Ids old Hindoo'
nobleman, With whom I have many n time
been oat tiger shooting on his own proper
ty, suggested that the giraffe was a "new
sort of'tlger, btlthe was comfqrted and
convinced' when he saw thorn eat the
branch of a tree from my hand. I wish
that be could havo been present to witness
a perfornia'nbd of this pair of giraffes, which
r.dld not seo myself, though fortunately
Lord William Hereford saw It and told,
irfaoMt. " "
On tho morning of the queen's birthday
Bcresfordwns riding past tho giraffe, In
closure when a feu do Jolo was fired by the
noldten bi n native infantry regiment,
whose quarters aro not far from the zoo.
At tljo first round of the firing the gi
raffes were startled. When tho necond
rdundjeame.' they took to their heels ntifl
jriinped 'clean over the fence of upright gnr
tan'for;'v(alU sticks, about 10 feet high',
ttidi surrounded their inclosuro.
When tho third rdund came, the giraffes
wen) so puczled that they turned round
and Tomod over t ho fence aealn and sought
refuge jn tne house (n which fhey were
lodged at nlghC It is a great pity that a '
sportsman ana rider Hue iiora wiuiam
Beresford.'whoiiaw this strange sight, had
not'a mount on ono of tho giraffes.- Long
How to Int Vp a Clothesline.
A simple contrivance, designed to save a
great deal of washiugday work, can be put'
in place very easily. It consists of a little1
house or Rh'ed, IS inches long, fastened'
stoutly all along one side against the outer'
wall of n tmllilfng, or perhaps against a'
fehco, though one objection to tho latter Is
ttint the line when stretched and hung
Wth wet clothe would pull upon thefencei
Atiq'peiHas ause it to sag In time. A'
part of the other or outer sldo of tbe little
clothesline shelter Is, mode In n aortof door,1
onenlrfjc on binges, which lets downed!-'
cltftlng the barrel on which the o'otheslilie
in wound. To this, ut ono end, a crank;
handle is attached 'with a ratchet wheel,'
In Vuttlnff utt'the llile, one end of jfohlctj lsf
tt$d to the barrel, first unwind the line end
pW It around erfch pplo until nllls)tfthe
posllbn Wanted.' Slip the loon Id the" end
over1 the last ifole, then go back U (h(i WjJ
turn the fcraqkii)tll all tho Unejs tjti$ll
Kadi tan, theh fasten by means of" the
racket so that it cannot tin wind. This pre1
vents "sagging" effectually. When tbi
clothes have beeu taken off the line, wind
it up and shut up the side opening to pro
tect the rope from rain, dampness and mil'
dew, Brooklyn Eagle, '
Cannllialltin Among Cricket.
t In an assemblage 6f many crickets kept
forcertalu obtervullons In a rearing drawl
cr or box (cnjft de lu-rborlzaclou) the nurhl
bereaimlnisTied from day to dny. ' A't last
onlyorie-tntit a little fnttened-remained
by the side of the remains of his former
Hitherto cannibalism among the crickets
'has'been noticed otlly'Hmohg ciiptlves, bb(
ram now enabled to state that under cert
tain conditions cannibalism Is present
among sorqe ortboptera In the free sta'te.'al
all events among the locust. Col Berg In
Katftral Bdcnce. 'J '.
Blek neadaelw and reUsre aH Mm mmMm but
doat to WUous stU-of tb system. h as
PUalnsM, Nauasa. Droirslasss, Distress after
aUorll'bUUBM,Ae. wfclte most
rsmsrkaliU success has tarn shows la evrtag
Headache, yst Cirrw's Lrrrui Ijrraa fjus
aro qoaur valuable 1b Coasttsottoa. ewtag
aad preTsatlag this aaaoy tna eoifUlrtv WW
titty also comet all oMiofatrs af A stojoaca),
(UatMsta tbellfsrs rssjiitats ' aW laslrsM,
Ktss K sbey col cured
Aeh thy wool! be almost price) to IkOM
hn .nmr from SUs jiMrtiilss1 olsJatl
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ham avm4 itv mho tmem ur thtm MI A4
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D'AROY & niNQUAM, Attorneys at Law.
lto-ims 1, a and 3, U'Arcy Building;, 141
-uate street, special attention etven to ous)
noM In the supreme and circuit courts of the
state. 3 11
P. BOISE. Attornty at law, Halem, Ore
gon. Oftlco 274 Commercial street.
TILMON KOIIU, Attorney at law, Salem,
Oregoa. Oftlce up stairs In l'atton block
J. BlQQKIt, Attorney at law,Balem, Ore.
gon, Oltlce over liusn's bank!,
f j.SliAW.M.W.UUNT. HHAWAHUNT
O '. Attorneys at law. Office over Capital
National bank, Halem, Oregon.
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a and 4, Uush bank building, Halem, Or.
U. f. UONUAM. W. U. HOLMES
BON KAMA HOLMEH, Attorneys at law
Oftlce In llusb blook, between Btate and
ourt, on Commercial street.
TOHN 11AYNB. AlTOItNBV.AT. AW.
-J Cnllecilons made aiid promptly remitted.
Muiphy blook, Cor.' State and OommercUl
streeU, Salem, Oregon. .9ltf
K. l"OGUK, Htvnographer and Tjpe-
nFltaas llnnt aniilnnnrl 4wrtArslt I rf rf-
ce but one In Oregon, dvor Itush-'s bank,
CJTELLA BIIKRMAN. Typewriting and
Q commercial stenography, room 11, Gray
block, Klrst-class work. Hates reasonable.
DtU A. DAVIrJ, Late I'nst Graduate of New
York, gives special attention to the dis
eases of women and children, nose, throat,
lungs, kidneys, skin diseases and surgery,
Ufllta at residence, lot Btate street. ConsuUa
tlon from Bio 'i a. m and 'J to 5 p. m. 7-1-flm
ce SloCommerclal street.ln Eldrldge block,
4lsinence 170 ooramerciat street.
11HOWNK, M I)., t'hystLlan aad Hui
ceou. oniLO. Mumby blejK: residence.
HMITU, l)entlt 62 BUUs street
lions of every description,
urexont rinisueu ueuuii uoru,
lions a specialty.
Dlt. OLAHA M. UAVIUBON, gradnate of
Woman's Medical College, of Pennsyl
ivanta Oflloe, Bush-Ureyroan llloclc, Halem,
D, l'UOIl, Architect, plans, speclCoo
tlons and sunerlutendence for all
clasfces ot buildings. Office 290 Commercial
street, up stairs.
rjltOTEOTION LODQK NO. 2 A.O.U. W
l . Moew in ineir nail in waw ininrance
building, every Wednesday evening.
J. A. 8ELW00D, Ileoorder.
inttantlv removes and forever destroys ob
Blectlonablo hair, whether upon the hands,
toon arms or neck, without discoloration
ir Injury to the most delicate skin. It
trasior niiy years iuo avcrvi 'urmu'iii
k-i-n.mil. Wlluin. ncknowledtrftd bv Dlivil
claps as the highest authority and the
tiosi eminent dermatologist and halrspe
cUltsttbat ever lived. During bis private
,practloeol a lire-lime. amoDg me noDiuiy
ina aristocracy ui .urui uo uiwuiwu
'bis recipe. Price, II by mill, seeurely
jacked. Correspondence confidential. Hole
genta tor America, aaaresa
THE SKOOKUM ROOT HAIR GROWER U
tDt. K. fi7 South Klth Avenue.NeW York
P. J. LABSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Rspalrlnn a. Spoolalty,
Shop 45 Btate street.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved lUal EaUt, In amount una
FEAR & FORD,
Boom 12, Hush Kank bloolc 5 lMw
rroprletor of the
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial HU, Salem.
ah kinds ITresb. salt and Bmoksd Meats
asd B usages.
SOT1CE Is tfereby glvsrl thfct tb Hon.
couuty court l Marlon count. Oregon,
dul v appointed the undersUnnd adminis
trator of I hem Uta of James T. Hardlng.de
ceased. All tersons having claims agslnst
said sUU will please present tUmtoineat
Brfy Harm, or to b. V. iermn, at his pc In
alem, Oregon, properl verlfled, within six
(01 months fTorn thlsj data, and all parsons
snowing themselves Indebted to saldesUts
.,. requested to wti.nj.n.dUUp-m.nU
Administrator of Die sstaU of James T.
Harding, Kept. 7th. Utu JtiL
The House Mover.
sunel v von seed direct to oa. i
and we will forward
Urowr,Up bottle for AOe. Eop,K
ior eme. eop,KW.
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.
J. L. BPPJON,
V. O. Bloolc'
' EVENING JOURNAL,
Only 3 cents a day delivered at
J. H. HAAS,
THl WAT 0 H M A JC B.Bj,
2I5H Commercial 8t.( Slm, Oregon,
(Next doer to Klein's.)
Specialty of Bpectacles, and re'niilrtnn Clocks,
i ) w.uinm anu jnwnirr ,),.,
Smith Premier Typewriter,
Sold on OMy payments. For JXtnU
W. I.STALEY, Agent, Stom
H.N.jBUUPKE.Gen'lAgent, 101 Third BU
Portland. Hond forlcatalogue.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE NotWtn
Do jua ww them 7 When next In need try a pair.;
eat In the world
rsit toy i
IfyouwintafM bflESS 8H0L m&t Inthekteel
stylet, Wfy $6 W $8, try my ?3, $3.90, $4.00 oi
tb Shos. "Tksv fll muI fa euiteni mti sail Msk sad
tJj 10 by purchtifng W. L. Benglu Show. Ksme Md
price ittmped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
W. L. DOUOLAS, BrotkteB, Mass. Sold by
KKAuasE Bkos. '
Wlllametto University, Salem, Or.,
Bchooj of muHlo for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orolieetral loHtrumouls, harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugiMi, orchestration
and lilelier hiuslcal composition, too
bettor grade of work done west of the
Rooky mountains, Price low Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4lh,
Hond fpr aunual year book or addresri.
Z. if. Parvln, Mus. Doctor, musloal
director, 8-0 2md&w
' ' ' i 'in t
FroB Termloal cf ItUrier Pits tbe
mm: "i ?d.DD
I Is the line toUks
To all fmit East aid Sw Ih.
It Is thadlnlng ear rents, ltrnns through
vestibule trains; every day In the year 10
ST. PADL AND CHICAGO
J(No change of cars.)
Oompesed of dining ears taasnrriiiiert,
JaUaaa drawing roosu sleefefg
Hast that can be eoatntct4 and la whlea
aocoromodstUaa are both ires and turv
ts besi for UoMsra as rt ami seeotid elsws
tickets, and t
KLIJqAWT PA.Y OOAOHKB.
Aeontlntioes lias ooansttlug with all
lines. aSordtng direct and. unlutrrutltd
l'uilwan sUpo tt vr tlons can bevo
eured In a4vaM .xtk any agnt v
the road. ,
Through tickets to aad from all points
In America, Kagtand aad Europe aoJi
puresissedatauy ticket ocaolh',scnjt-'
rull Information concerning rateSvtiote
of trains.rouUs andothsr details furnl.hs
on arlloaUon to aay asjeat or
A. D. OIJAKIiTON,
Assistant 0arl rksaaiu.-r Actnt. Ho,
m PiMt S4MS4, wm. WsWMiatoatvt-
BKAlrV DoW W Af.,
Ejif ic tigtec
On ikcter System.
TO C0NSUMEB8 :'
The Haiem Light and Power rompany at
Kreat expenfo haya equip) Ml U.elr Electne
Light plant with llinnust u odnuapparatM
ana wonuwsble to ofler Uie rnhllnabetlfr
llgbtv than ani sy.iem and at rale lower
than nay elty on the ceast.
Jut;v ixm incaudescent LJgklJ
lug. I lectric Motors lv all
purposes wkcro power is re
He lenecscar be nlrod fornamsnvllehhi
as desired an4 tho consumers pay tor ooljr
such Ikrht , are used. This .being rfgtsteied
bvanJKlMtni Miitiir' imim '
179 Compwcial St.
Remodels, re-covers and repairs
upholstered .furniture. First
cfawwofk. Chetaeketa street.
Steam Wood Saw
Leave! orders at Bales Its
provemeat Co., K State street.
MIHS ANNIE THORNTON, Conservntorr
;of iMmlo, Dresden, Uermaay, Voeal
lnstrnmental music InniructorofFreech
ana uerman at Willamette umvenMar.
toorna 5-7, Bank Huildlug. 9-l-tf.
The Yaouina Route.
1 " , i
And Oregon Development company's steam
ship Hue, 225 miles shorter, 0 hours Jess
tlweAhan by any other route, Klrst ckuw
through passeneer and Irolcht line from
L'orttand asd all tolnts in the Willamette,
valley to andromlan Kranclsoo,
T1MK HOUEDULK, (Kzeept Bunday.)
Lv Aluauy,...t00 p tn I bv CorvalHs 1:40 p to
ArrYacmnaPO p m Lv Yaqulna6.45 a m
l.v Corvallls. 10..15 am Ar Albany 11:10a m'
O. A'C; trains connect at1-Albany nnd 'UorJ
The" above trains connect at fhqulna with1
tbo Oregon Development Gov's- llupvofisteaia
eis between Yaqulna nnd two Frnpclseo '
N. H. I'sssenners from Tortland BBd all
WlllameltevaUey points can makqelose oou
nectlon with the trains of the Yaouina Monte
at Albany. or Corvallls and a destined tf4si
Kraucisco.shnuld arrange to arrive at Yaouina
the evening before dale of salting. w . .,
lasaesger, and Vrelght Itates always the
'"west For Information Apply to Meeerr.
UUIiMAN A Co.. Freight and TWkot Agst
31X1 and aoti Front street, Portland, Or., or
O. V. iiOOUK. Ao't Gee'l Ft. & 1'aw Agt
Or. Paoltlo It. B. Co . Corvallls, Or.
P. K. UA8WKLL, jr., Oen'i Freight and
i'ass. Act. Ore, OievelwJqent pg,,
801 Ioutgomry Hf
East and South
THE SHA&T-A ROUTE
Southern Pacific Cprjipnr.v.
CAMrOKWIA EXPHSSa TRAIM HUlf BAII.Y BX-
TWKCM roBTIJUfDlAMDSir.M m
9.cu p, m.
IiV. 1'orttaud Ar.
XjV. Baletq . liV.
Ar. Ran Fran. Lv.
7,Wp. m 1
Above trains ston at all atatlona frnm
Portland to Albany Inoluslvo; also atTauMsw
Hbedd, llalsey, ilarrliburg, Junction City,
trying, Kusene andall stations from ttoMtmrg
to Ashland Inclusive. "
litu u. m. I liv.'
I1:1T a, bi liV.
:S0 p, m. I Ar,
I.V. 7.-09 a.
DiitlMK Cars oh Ogdea Kwie
PDLL'MAN BUFFET SLEEPER
Second Class ?looppg Car-
Attached to all through train.
"Portland "' Ar. "TispTisvl
iTorvsills Lv. 19.M.
IW p. m.
I I l " 'ill! II I I , i 1.
At Albanv aad rsorvsnia mauit
trains af Oregon Fanlflo KaUroad.
JTU n. an. r iiv. I'ortfaSiii Ar. I
7,-as p. m. I Ar. McMlnnvllto hv,
To all points In the Kastrn Wats.faaada
and Kurope can be obtalaed at lowest rates
Irom W. W. DKIMNKK, Agent, WstsSS).
KOKHUCK, Humsm r
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
(Norifcira Pttllc Pt. R. C., Lsm.)
LATEST TIME CAW).
Two Thrwgh Trtlfii DHy.
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