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Is that misery experienced -when
enddenly jnade aware that you
possess a diabolical arrangement
called Btomach. No two dyspep
tics have the same predominant
symptoms, but "whatoter form
The underlying cause ia
in the LIVER,
and one thing is certain no one
will remain o-dyspeptio who will
It Trill correct
Acidity of tho
Itxpel foul gases,
land at the same
Start the Liver working and
" all bodily ailments
"For more thn three years 1 suffered with
Dyspepsia in Its wont form. I tried several -doctors,
but they afforded no relief. At last I tried
Simmons Liver Regulator, which cured me in a
short time. It is a good medicine. I would not
be without it." Jambs A. Roans, Fhilad'a, Pa.
"As a general family remedy for Dyspepsia,
Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., I hardly ever
use anything else, and have never been disap
pointed in the effect croduced- It wmun hn
almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the Stomach
and Bowels." W. J. McEuov. Macon, Ga.
Names of Several Daughters.
A woman spending the summer in
an isolated farmhouse was much
amused by the rather masculine
sound of the names of her host's six
daughters. This was the explana
tion effered: "Wei!, you see, me an
my wife wjinted to name the chil
dren after our brothers. She had
three an I two. We neither ou us
hed aiy sisters. My wife's a pretty
smart woman 'bout most everything,
but the way she twisted them names
an mado 'em do for girls did beat all.
Wo never hed any boys. There's
Willa for my eldest brother Bill,
Thonmsine for Tom, Charline for
Charlie, Josepha for Joe and Roberta
for Bob. Well, when the sixth came,
my father said we ought to name
one after him, since we had twisted
the uncles' names round.
"I tell you Nicodemuswas a poser,
and wo didn't want to slight the old
man. Finally my wifff hit on Nico
da. There was a young fellow from
New York boardin here, and he
thought Nicotine would be a good
name. He said it was a real name
and showed it to us in a book he was
readin. I think my wife would have
done it, for Bhe rather liked the
sound, but my oldest daughter wa'n't
quite sure about the young fellow;
thought ho might be makin a little
fun. So we stuck' to Nicoda." New
The Curious Banyun Tree.
Botanists long ago voted the ban
yan tree of India a place in the cata
logue of wonderful vegetable produc
tion. In its infancy it resembles oth
er trees in having a single stem or
trunk and a dense head of foliage.
As the tree increases in size, how
ever, the branches spread out hori
zontally to sucTi- a wondrous extent
that-they would bo unable to support
themselves had not nature come to
the rescue with a remarkable provi
sion. To supply the necessary sup
port the branches of the parent stem
throw out here and there small fibrous
shoots, which immediately begin
growing downward toward the earth.
In a surprisingly short time they
reach the ground and take root and
gradually increase in size until thdy
sometimes rival the original trunk it
self. This new trunk, with its numerous
fibrous roots, renews the whole life
of the tree. Other new limbs and
shoots are rapidly thrown out until
finally what was originally a single
tree trunk becomes a considerable
forest, each limb and shoot of which
are curiously connected. Dr. Rox
burgh, tho great East Indian traveler,
says that ho has seen forests a thou
sand yards in diameter which had all
grown from one parent stem. St.
Kat Anything- You Like.
Ono interested in the subject, hav
ing on ax to grind, could -without
much difficulty prove that ever
known ediblo has at some time or
other been declared digestible and
healthful. Let tho experimenter eat
with his (or her) eyos 8hut,and he
for she) will be backed up in what is
chosen by somo respectable author
ity. This being so, the wisest plan
is to select food according to the pri
vate palate utterly without regard
to Drs. A B. or C. (since Drs.X., Y.
and Z. will infallibly dispute them),
and with the eye of faith fixed on
that good day when all digestion will
be carried on by artificial means and
the whole world may be in that love
ly state attributed to George Mere
dith's gourmet, who is pictured in
after dinner easo as "languidly twin
kling stomachic contentment"
A Venomous Illrd.
New Guinea has the credit of pro
ducing the only venomous bird
known to ornithologists the roir
n'doob, or ''bird of death." There is
no antidote to the biteot this bird,
which causes excruciating pains iu
every part of the body, loss of 6ight,
convulsions, lockjaw and certain
death withia two bouw.--8t, Louto
,.-- -aliitffii'Jf irisfrf rfltisi -rft
COST OF ELECTRICAL COOKING.
A Southern Estimate or the Expense or
Preparing a Meal nt Home.
As to the cost of electric cooking, a
fbw figures from a letter to the Lon
don Electrical Review are pertinent.
Tim writer of this letter refers to the
fact that there are a largo number
of cooking operations where the heat
lias to be applied for short periods of
timo and only at such points where
it is actually required. It is to such
operations that electricity is especial
ly applicable owing to the quick
and ready way it will furnish heat.
Cooking operations, such as bakim?.
would seem to beunadapted for elec
tric heating owing to length of time
heating must be continued, but at
tention is called to the fact that the
oven being entirely closed there is
need for a full current only for the
time necessary to bring the oven up
to the proper temperature, and that
only one-fourth of tho original cur
rent is necessary to maintain the
heat and carry on tho cooking.
The writer of the letter referred to
lias conducted a number of experi
ments in electric cooking, and his
results are taken for our estimate,
which is based upon tho cost of elec
tric power in southern stations.
Electric power for heating and cook
ing, wo -think, could bo obtained at
motor power rates, especially as cook
ing is generally performed during
the day, when the electric current is
not iiuciltd for lights. This rate
among our southern stations is gen
erally below 10 cents per 1,000 Watt
hours being about 7 cents on an
average. Taking our usual pressure
of 50 volts, the unit of 1,000 Watt
hours would give 20 amperes for one
hour, which would cost 7 cents.
The electric toaster will toast two
large slices of bread thoroughly in
one minute. The toaster will con
sume 14 amperes at 50 volts. Allow
ing 15 minutes, one could readily
toast a loaf of bread at a cost for
electric power of 1 1-G cents. The elec
tric griller will cook four chops in 12
minutes, using 12 amperes at 50
yolts, and if one allowed 15 minutes
in all (three minutes for heating
griller) our heat for this operation
will cost uy a fraction over 1 cent.
A pint of water can bo boiled for
about six-tenths of a cent, and so on.
From these figures it can be seen
that a good breakfast, with chops,
eggs, toast and coffee for four, could
be cooked at a cost for heat of about
The ease and certainty with which
the heat" can bo raised or a fixed tem
perature maintained make electrical
heating the par excellence method
of cooking. For instance, in roast
ing or baking the heat can be main
tained so regularly all around the
electric oven and so uniformly that
it is not necessary to baste the meat
or to turn the bread while cooking.
If we consider with this the advan
tage of tho freedom from smoke,
smell, dirt and waste heat, and the
readiness and ease with which heat
is obtained, we can certainly say
that electrical heating, all things
considered, is cheap and desirable.
Senator Wolcott's Wonderful Wnrdrohe.
Mr. Wolcott is the only man in the
senate who claims to bo dressy. Ho
Ims nn nxtraordinarv collection of
clothing, and he probably spends not
less than ?io,uuo a year on aress. i
know of one year when he sent a
check for $2,500 in March to a Now
Vnrlr firm that makes his clothincr.
and this represented only what ho
had ordered since Jan. i,
In his house at Washington Mr.
Wolcott lias one room of fair size,
fitted with shelves like a dry Koods
shop, devoted entirely to the storage
of clothing. Another room au join
ing is devoted to shoes, of which Mr.
Wolcott has almost a countless num
ber. When ho takes off a suit of
clothing, his valet brushes it, folds
it and lays it away on a shelf.
When ho takes off a pair of shoes, a
'farm" is slipped into each of them
before they are put in their places in
tho shoeroom, so that they may not
lose their shape.
Mr. Wolcott nover wears the same
suit two days in succession. Ho sel
dom wears a suit more than ouco a
month. Ho has a new suit made
otrnrw WPfilt. Mr. Wolcott is ID
strong contrast with the average
jenator, who has ono suit made in
.he fall and another in the spring,
ind who gets through tho year with
mo change of clothing. Philadel
Foreign and American I'earl Plshers.
The beautiful pink and bronze
pearls from Wisconsin are becoming
very &carco. The pearl bearing mol
Iusks in Wisconsin streams are prac
tically fished out, as they have been
nit of almost all the wateis in thia
country where iearls have been
ound in any considerable numbers.
Curopeau fishers open the shells with
an instrument that does not destroy
the animal inside, and if no pearl Ib
found it is put back into tho water.
The American pearl fisher destroys
ruthlessly, and in two or three years
he has thrown himself out of a job.
-San Francesco Argonaut
now the Siamese Dispose of Their Dead.
Cremation of the dead ia general
in Biam. Those who die a usual
j ii. ... tin nramntr-A at onC6.
ueuiu uj ww-- -- -Those
who die of cholera, commit
Buicide or die ny acciueni miv u.
be buried. Victims of capital pun
ishment are thrown to dogs and vul
i tarw.-PWllelphl Prew.
THE COPPER WAS GAY.
lint He Couldn't Tool the Daughter of the
Chief of Police.
He was a St. Paul policeman. He
stood on the corner knocking flics
from tho back of his neck and look
ing wise. A 6weet little miss, np
parontly of 22 summers and with an
appearance unmistakably southern,
approached him and timidly in
quired: "Can you direct mo to tho Metro
politan Opera House?"
Tho "copper" sized her up, then
thrust his big chin into tho air again
nnd indifferently replied:
He said no more, and. sho waited
patiently for a moment. The wiBO
boy was unmoved and stood like a
dummy in its niche.
"Well?" sho finally inquired a little
The copper gazed ut her from over
his chin and looked as though he had
never seen her before.
"I asked you," she said with ex
asperation, "if you could direct mo
to the Metropolitan Opera Houso."
"I kin," he replied stiffly.
"Well, why don't you do it then?"
"Why, ma'am," in astonishment,
"ye didn't ax me."
She looked at him pityingly for an
instant, then she grew angry.
"Look here, Mr. Cigarsign, or what
ever you aro," she said, "if you are
hired to play jokes on the public you
ought to get a permit. I asked you
a civil question, and you answered
me with an alleged joke that is so
old that it has white whiskers a
joke that Billy Emerson got off in
tho Boston Museum a hundred years
ago. If this is your second time on
earth, you ought to hang out a sign,
for people might think you aro an
innocent little thing and steal you
some warm afternoon. I want to
tell you that my father is chief of
police and if you don't show me ex
actly where that theater is, and that
within two minutes, I'll tell father
the whole business and might induce
him to start you on the hunt for a
She paused a moment, and the
' 'copper's" attitude underwent an im
mediate and surprising change. He
attempted to apologize, but she
wouldn't have it. At a 2:40 gait he
started in tho direction of tho the
ater, the young girl smiling as sho
toddled alouj,' at his heels. The the
ater reached, she smiled and said:
"There, you old relic of a forgot
ten past, I got oven with you for your
smartness. I never saw the chief of
police," and sho hummed a bar of
"Do Not Forget Mo" as she disap
peared within the playhouso. St.
Paul Pioneer Press,
Allelic of 1770.
Captain G.W. Bullono. United States
inspector of boilers, has a pocket piece
which ho prizes highly. It is a cop
per token or souvenir just tho size of
a silver dollar, issued by authority of
the First congress and bearing the
On ono side is tho familiar relief of
tho GoddeM of Liberty, beneath her
the date, and over her head a group
of 13 stars with spreading rays be
neath them. Around thesois tho in
scription containing the first of the
self evident truths of tho Declaration
of dependence, viz, "These united
colonies aro and of right ought to bo
free and independent states." Tho
inverse sido is so worn that all tho
lettering cannot bo read. Around the
margin are tho words, "Byauthority
of tho congress of tho United States."
Insido of this is a wreath forming a
full circle, in tho lower part of which
appear tho words, "American inde
pendence." Above tbeso -words the
surface is worn, and only the letters
"ion" can be mado out. Seattle Post
Slow Advance Toward the North.
Tho dfflicultios that make tho quest
of tho polo so arduous havo'boon dis
covered by slow degrees. It is mar
velous how soon nearly the full lim
its of northward attainment wore
reached, In 1530 Barenta discovered
Spitzbergcn In about 78 degrees
north; in 1770 Hudson reached 80 de
grees; in 1827 Parry, by sledging on
tho icowhen his ship became fast,
succeeded in touching 82 degrees 45
minutes. Since then all the enor
mous resources of modorn science
steam, electricity, preserved foods
and tho experience of centuries
have only enabled 40 miles of addi
tional poleward advance to bo mado.
Pad. if Hie Paris Young Men.
Tho Buporfino young men in Paris,
according to the imaginative corre
spondent, not conteut with mere
boot lasts, have plaster casts made
of their legs from the walfts down,
with tho object of keeping both their
trousers, their knee breeches and oven
their underwear in proper Hbajie.
One youth, with more inonoy than
brains, has an entire room of his
residence devoted to the reception of
some CO pairs of plaster of paris
counterpart of bis legs, and noth
ing is more peculiar than the spec
tacle presented by this army of fully
clothed limbs standing about with
out any trunk and head.
Two Weighty Ueasons.
"Halloa, old chap, looking for
fresh lodgings? Why no?"
"Oh, for two reasons! First, be
cause my late landlord's daughter
played the piano all day long; and,
secondly, because beturned me out
for not payingmy rent'-Ewhanga.
tfOtnttSiiX, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1893.
llacterln In the Soil.
Somo investigations carried out by
Dr. Alexander A. Houston of Edin
burgh respecting tho number of bac
teria in tho soil at different depths
from the surface go to prove that
tho micro-organisms become less and
lees abundant as tho dopth from tho
surfaco increases. For example, tho
avorngo number of germs in a gram
of soil examined, which was taken
from tho surface, was 1,687,709. At
a depth of 'A foet chis averago fell to
173,807, and at a depth of 6 feet it
was only 410. Theso figures aro in
teresting and would tend to show
that at a certain definite distance
from the surface the soil would bo
sterile. British Medical Press.
Are Men Mostly Pools?
"England has 30,000,000 pooplo,
mostly fools," wrote Carlyle. "Bah 1"
cries tho populace. ' 'It is tho case of
a boy seeing a green world through
a green "glass." Possibly. Possibly
not. It may be the unwilling but en
forced conclusion of an experienced
gage. Men have testified so often,
and so often ho has found in his wide
and long experience that their testi
mony was untrue. Still ho hesitates
to call them liars. Ho hardly be
lieves that thoy willfully falsified;
hence he feof tens his conclusions into
"fools." Tho fool is scarcely respon
sible for his statements. Boston
The Answer of a City Hoy.
Fond Parent Well, Bobby, how
aro you getting along at Sunday
school? Do you think you could an
swer a question in Bible history?
Bobby I guess so.
Fond Parent Tell me, then, Why
was Lot's wife turned into a pillar of
Bobby For being too fresh.
Akh ii Pollcemnn.
A little negro does tho waiting nnd
errand running of a fashionable
boarding houso on West Fourth
street. Ho is not very well posted
about Cincinnati and Cincinnati
ways, as his hoiuo is in tho country.
Tho lady iu charge of tho house
mado somo puwlma'S at tho Wom
an's Exchange and left thein, with
instructions that she would send her
colored boy for them. Sam received
instructions as to the name and lo
cation and started. But tho noise
and hurry of tho street upset his
limited supply of reasoning facul
ties, and ho was barely ablo to reach
home, leaving his errand undone. .
The lady said in surprise: "Why,
what was tho m attor, Sam ? Couldn't
you find tho placo?" "No'm," said
Sam. "I dun looked, and after a bit
I axed a policeman whuh do Ladies'
Trado wus, and ho said ho blamed if
ho know, and den I cum back. For
if a policeman didn't know duh
wan't no uso for a niggnh boy like
me to hunt" -Cincinnati Tribune.
SIcldTeadscheanrt relieve all the troubles Inci
dent to a bilious state of the system, such as
Dlulness, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after
catlnfr. 1'aln In the Side, Ac. While their most
remarkable success has been shown in curing
Headache, yet Cartxb's Littus Lnrrn Pom
are equally vaiuablo In Constipation, curiae
and preventing this annoying complaint, while
they also correct all disorder! of the stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels.
Even If they only cured
Ache they would be almost priceless to those
who suffer from this distressing complaint!
but fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
these little pills valuable In so many ways that
tbey will not be willing to do without them.
Hut after all sick head
Is the bane of so many lives that here Is where
we make our great noast. Our pills cure it
while others do not.
CHrrrjt's Lrmje Livrn Pitta are very small
and very easy to take. One or two pills malm
a dose. Tbey are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action
please all who use them. In vials at 25 cental
flve for SI Sold everywhere, or sent by mail.
CAini yzsicms CO., Mrs- Tat
MR Ufa, Wfck
MONEY TO LOAN
n improved Ileal Kstate, Id amounts and
itno to suit, .So del y In eonlderlng loans,
FEAR & FORD,
lvtn IX. Hh Hank bUvk. fi 1M
0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR,
Admitted to prat let In alt the courts.
HpeeUl allent on given to Oeruwn apeak
c people and buslnt at Ilia county end
ssVsslFIhsI 6 Isv
What Is tho condition of yours? Is your licir i?-", 1
harsh, brittle? Docs It split at the ends? Has l.'-
lifeless appearance? Does It fall out when combe.? or w
brushed ? Is It lull of dandruff? Does your scalp Itch ? t
Is It dry or In a heated condition ? If these artfsonlo of
Skookum Root Hair Grower I
Is whatyou nnd.. Iu production la not an accident, bat the result of sclctitlf.a J
research. Knowledge of the diseases of the hair and scalp led to the d Iwcv- .e3
ery of how to treat them. "Skookum "contains neither minerals nor ollsl It In
ihotiDj;e. but a dellgh trolly ooollnff end refreshing Tonic, lty stlmulMlatr 3t
the follicles, t sfoju oiling natr, cures dandrMjT and oroies hair on tuiit "-i
Vf Keep ,th scalp clean, healthy, and free from Irritating eruptions, by fl,
the use of Sinokum iikin Soap. It destroys parotitic inttctt, which fad on X:
and destroy (As hair.
If your druggist caBnotsupplyyoasmd dtreet to ns, and we will forward 3
prepaid, on receipt of price. Grower, Sl.W ptr bottla i for 3J. Bosn. WcOa
Dsriart oforsZW. "n
T. J, KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing-,
Cor, 30th and. Chomeketa Btreet,
Best meat and free delivery.
136 Mate Street.
PROFESSIONAL AND BU8INES8 OAKDS.
p. n. n'ARor. oao. o. bikoiiau.
D 'Alloy 4 HINOIIAM, Attorneys at haw,
Ronmsl,2 nnd 3, D'Arcy Building, 111
suite street. Special attention given to ti, sl
no" In the supreme and circuit courts or Ine
state. a n
P. HOISE. Attornty at law, Paleni, Ore
Bon. Offico 274 Commercial street.
allLMON FOIID, Attorney at taw, Balom,
. Oregon, oillce up stairs In l'utton block
J. UiaaKIt, Attot ney at law.Halem, Ore
gon. Olll oo over Hush's bank.
T J, 8HAW, M.W.HUNT. 8HAWAHUNT
t) . AttornovH t law. Ofllre over Capital
National bitnlc, Balem, Oregon.
rOHN A. OAn-ON, Attorney atlaw.rooms
I X and -I, Hush bunk building, Hulem.Or.
H f.UOVUAM. W. U. IIOLMKH
BON HAM & H01.MU3, Attorneys at law
OlHiietn UusU blook, between State and
ourt, on Commercial street.
lOHN 11AY.SK, ATTOItNUr-.A'T- AW.
O I'ollfOilonsiuadinnd promptiv remitted.
Mutpby block, tor. State and CotntueroUl
MreHs "aleni, Orrgnn, U-tf.
Aruhlteut uud u erln.
Ofllce, rooms 2 and a HuL.
MK. POQUB, Htenogrnphrr and Tjpo
, wrttest Host equipped typewriting or
tico but one In Oregon, Over Uush's bank,
gTELLA HHKUMAN.-Typewrltlns: and
I commercial stenography, room 11, Gray
ock. Hrt-clas work. Itates reasonable,
Dtl. A. tlAVid, Late 1' t Ornduuto or New
York, gives special attention to the dls
ease of women and children, nose, throat,
lungs, kidneys, skin diseases and surgery
Otllco at residence, lol btato street. Consulta
lion from Bio 12 a. m nnd a to 5 p m. 7-l-flm
I'ilYHIO'AN AND SUIIO ICON.
Ofllce 81orommerr-lul strect.ln Eldrldgu block.
itrsiuence ia commercial street.
U. 11KOWNK, M. I).. Physician and Kur
, geoii. Olllco, Murphy blojk; rcsldonce,
. i oiniutrclnl slreot.
Ell.T. 0 BMITil, Dentist. 112 State street
Balom, Oregon, finished dental opera,
is of every description. Painless (opera
tions a specialty.
T"vH CLAKA M. DAVIDSON, graduate of
lj woman's Meuinui uoiiege, or renmyi
vun'a onice. iiuuli-llreyrmu llltck, Hs'em,
WD. I'UUIl, Architect, plans, spccltlcu
. tlons and superintendence for ah
classes ol buildings, Otllco 200 Commercial
street, up stairs,
T)UOTEOTIONLODOIB NO, 2 A.O. TJ. W
I Meets In their hall In Btato Insurance
building, every Wednesday evening
J. A. BEL WOOD, Ueoorder.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
OIIAItLES A. BMITIt HUNS
The Rustler food Saw
And he doesn't burn up half your wood, lo
fuel, when he saws It. Wake your centract:
with him personally orleaveoroers at V Calebs
cfgur store Dearborn's book store.lM Hummer
street, or address me by mail. ft-Uti
The House Mover.
451 Marlon Street.
Ifas the best facilities lor moving and rais
ing bouses. Leave orders at Gray liros., or
address Halem, Oregon.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST, LOUIS
I DAYS to
Hours ,,,a 0uIekeStBtas?.h,caBO and
Bonis ""w ",X mi Km"
Through Pullman and Tourltt SUrperi, FfM
Reclining Chair Can, Dining Cart.
or r(e and gsneral Information call pa
V7. II. HUKLHUKT. ASS I. . V. A
U Walntua m. VorM
WiWsVs'i'.Vtf. i. nVoVWiM f .
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
srina A-venae, New York, N. v.
J. L. BENM & SON.
P. O. Blbolc
Only 3 cents a day deltvered'at
J. H. HAAS,
B215X Commercial St Sulsm, Onrdn,
(Next door to Klein's.)
Specialty ol Npectncles, and ropnlr'lnu'Clnoks,
Waiche and Jewelry
Smith Premier Typewriter,
Bold on easy payments, For Kent,
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H,N.UUnPKE,GenMAgont, 101 Third BL
Portland. Bdnrt forjoatalogue.
Do yoa weir them? When next In need try a pur.
est In the world.
If you want a fine DRESS 8H0 nwes tothetitstt
styles, don't pay $6 to $9, try my $3, $3.50, $4,00 or
$5 Shoe, They M equal to cuttom mado and tooU and
wear at well, If you with to economize In your foohtetr,
do to by purchailnff W, L, Douglai Shots, Name1 and
price mmped en the oottom, iook tor it wnen yw nay
. I DQUUluls, wroekton, xass. sola try
mOi)uuOoOuit rfU UuOOoUUO jUi) UUUJUo
Hair Deatli j
Instantlv remnvesand forever destroys ob
jectionable hair, whe'her upon the hands,
liar) arms or neck, without discoloration
kr injury to trie most aeiicatesKin, ji
wasior imy jours iuo sei-rei -iirmu-aix
Krssmus Wilson, acknowledged by rhyil
was for tiny years the secret 'nrmu'atl
clans as the lilfcbest authority and the
most eminent drrmatoloiriat and hair site
k-lallst that ever lived, lJurlujrhls private
practionoiaiiio-uiue among ina unuiiity
tnd aristocracy of Enrope he pt escribed
'hlsreclne. l'rlce. 11 by mill, securely
oacktd. Correspondence confidential uolt,
Mjenisior America, aauress
Tile SKOOKUM ROOT HAM GROWER ''0,
epL It, 67Houtli Filth Avenue.New Yoik
i tonnnononnoreiii pcy 'to
From Terminal or Interior 1o!dU tbt
is the line tojtaka
To all Points East and South.
It Is thedlnlng car rout, it runs t (irons' D
vestibule trains every day In tho yuir to
ST, PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No change of ears.)
OompMed of dlnlngmr unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing- room sleepers
Of latest evjulpuoeit
llMt that can to constructed and In which
accommodations are both tree and !ir
nUtied for holers of first ud seoond-cuM
Aooutlnuots lino, tonne jtltig with all
llnasuaSonllnt; dlrucl enl unlnlsmipud
Pullman sli y " rn ions can bsen
cured la advso- ;i any aamul of
Tbroacb tteketf to and from all point
In America, England and Ktlropa oaa bo
purehedataoy Uokst oolco of this eMtv
run information eonrntur .rates, Ufco
of tralns.rou tea and other detail furnished
ob, anUeatlon to any i,ni0.,.
A. D, OIlAIUVrON.
Asals'ant fleaeral PaawDiW Agent, No,
Ui rimt arct. eor. Wathtattoaj PorU
Biuw Jk Downing, AfeaW.
UftSk Tf ij, vr
ii ii urn i i
BBBBBKl f I .ilMiBBB
On Meter System.
TO CONSUMERS :
Thettalem JUght-and Power rompnny at
oit opetite have equipped their Eloctno
jght ))lnt with the u .at modern nppnrntus
andaiennvr a Me In nfler Ihn nuhlln a. hetti-
ugnv (usn nny ayieni nmt nt a rate tower
than nny city on the coast.
'Arc and Incandescent Ugkt;
lag. r.lectric Meters ieraU
purposes wlioro iower is re
lteIlpnecs can he wired for as many light
M desired and the consumer pay for only
such lights as are used. This being reglateiMt
by an hUoctno Metar. Otllco
179 Commercial St.
T. W. THORN BURG,
Keniodols, ro-envers and repairs
upholstered furniture. First
class work. Chenieketa street,
Btate Inanranne hlock.
Steam Wood Saw
Leave; orders nt Baleta Im
provement Co., 05 Btato street.
MI88 ANNIE THOHNTON, Conservatory
ot Music, Dtesden, Uemiany, Vncnl
Instrumental muslo. Insiructorof Fronch
and German at Willamette University.
Kooras 6-7, Bank Ilnlldlng. M-tf.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
E. W. HADLEY, Eeceiver.
SM9RTLINE t CAIilFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS-
& 8. WILLAMETTE VALLEY.
Leaves San KrancUco, 8t-pt.lRtu and 37 h,
raves Ynqulnn, Sept. l'Uh oud Slrd.
1(A tili ALW.Wrt 6'A'JIRI'ACTt ltY.
For Iffllght nnd parUK r r.trif apply toai y
mjcnt or puiier or t tils impai,y.
It K MJLuAiiV.Uep.'lSupt.
u. i. wjviiiii Av r tr. s r- a.
O. M. POWlIilS, Agelif, Stv em Deek.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southem Pacific Company,
CAUrOUMIA KXFtlXaa TRAIN HTJN DAILY BX
TWKMf rORtlAND AWD S. ,
K.1& p. in, I Lv,
fttfii). m. iLv.
10:1s a.in. I Ar.
7:00 p. ia
Ahnvfl trfllnH stim nt alt Mtntlnns. rrnua
Portland to Albany Inclustvo? nlso at Tan rent
Hhedd, Halsey, llarristiurg, Junction City,
irviua, juvciiu nnu uii suiwuug Ifum nuneuury
to Asninnd Inclusive,
KlUKllUlir) MAlt, DAlt.Y,
vliu a. II). I LV.
Il!l7 a. m I Lv.
-.50 p. m, Ar.
Ar.) lu p. m.
Lv. I 1:40 p. m.
IMiilHg hib ou Ogdeu KHte
TOLLMAN BUFFET SLIMS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
rVestSiie Dinsies, Betwwi Ferilyi
PAILT (XXCKTT BCKDAT).
ViM p. m. I Ar.
1.-00 j. in.
At Albany and Oorvallts connect with
trains f Oregon PacWo Railroad,
ak yuaaiSTitAlw ( daily axcKiTMUMuav
fcWp,iuTLv. 'I'brtland Xr.TTirJ a, m
7:26 n. m. Ar. MoMlunvllle Lv. Srfa.m
TO all points In tho Kastcro Mates, Canada
una Europe can oe ooiainta at lowest rates
from W. w. BKlNNEK, Agent, B1ih.
KP. ltOOKlw, Asst. i. k. and rm, a'
K. KUKHLKli. Msusjer
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
(Northern Pacific R- R, Co., leteee.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Tralna Pally.
1 Mtun a
I . Ashland, a
Tickets sold and iaogae oheiked thsotigai
to all points In tbaUBlteilHUt4lu0ss)aa.
Close connection made In Chteaco with all
trains KOlng Kt nad Mouth.
for lull Information apply lo yor Htfjesl
tloket agent or JAH'o.roWh,
Urn l'nsj(.ai)rtTkt,Ast..(!hle), III
A Ntw Remedy
A rt SpIAe- posltNe a4 prnsis sSsslsailsSi
csll pUoa (mm A Hood, sal a rMUrMien Dtkmbkf
view to i U m UltfA w wiwa sw t am tsss
In & null wkith has U.u and.raolra im man ssm
v falkd, swl It will tsa UB. M W l a tw ejaatss
MtSI twea so luu Mnicutus kw )vwnsssv .asset
Mll4 your ftun wub swrcary sm odssc . pMSM.
TMs nmtir ul curs ru in VtjaMMM,
n It JgWtHHfmt9W wm mimfW W WW'asf las sVsiMsia
MOf FAT CHEHICAL CO.,
CONTRAOVOHi A LTKKKR8.