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Tho'opock Quaking salehvaa that' of tho
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two "IV and two "tV; "nil others nro
fraud nWt counterfeits," as ono used to
read on thotofil pen boxes of other flays.
A Reed, homely creature was tho levia
tiinn bloel pen mArr, who cnt.ihv.itQd
tho Treat Turner la tho cranlrie t of his
moods and tamed him by the mu'iii- of
crlip Ihousa.i 1 mj.iuiI notes.
"What will yon taUo for the lotV" was
traditionally tho penman's question us
ho jlanced n real awo around the great
nr ipt!s studio whero .paintings were
BfickC-d nA If iu'a broker a shop.
"Ihirty thousand pounds," growled
tho r.rtisl. who might have bepn the
bro'-rtr'a man ah far as appearance went.
QHIott sat dot;n to count out tho notes
without nnotlior word. But Tur-wr
stopped him. It was no deal, said tho
mtiit, yet the man with the notes might
havo u few: And the penmaker 'carried
off r.omj of the best pictures in triumph.
And now these priceless Turners wrro
pxhihited at Christie's, whero all the
world flocked to see them, with other
Jiuo pictures of the modern school. It
was nst tfien a high tide of commercial
'prosperity,' and Pactolus seemed to havo
been turned into the British isles, and
everybody, with the exception of an un
important 80,000,000 or so, had plenty of
money, and Instructed by ihe high prjees
ta.it tulcl" at tho Gillott sale made
hasto'to invest it in- pictures. All the
A Radical Reform.
At the last dinner of tho Dartmouth
club Professor Hardy described the only
serious collision ho had ever had with
nny member of his many classes.
An undergraduate came into tho lec
ture room one day clad in an outra
ge&usly wild and woolly costume to wit,
cowhide boots with trousers tucked into
their tops, a flannel shirt, no necktio or
coat and only ono suspender. Professor
Hardy, after tho close of the recitation,
spoko to him about his attire, rightly
enough thinking that tho principles of
ethics were quite as important as those
The next time tho class met the young
man appeared armed cap-a-pio In what
Mr. Hardy called "all the concomitants
of modern civilization" dress suit, pat
ent leather shoes, white tie. boutonniere
and, in short, all the "fixings."
"I had never seen," said Mr. Hardy,
"a more remarkable instance of turning
tho other cheek when the one had been
However, the young man probably
felt, as a few minutes afterward he stood
at the blackboard endeavoring to explain
a somewhat advanced problem which
tho professor craftily set for him, and
which in tho best of circumstances was
likely to consumo a considerable amount
of time, that evening clothes were not
very well adapted to the ordinary affairs
of this workaday world. Boston Her
ald. An Alligator's Nut
Alligators' nests resemble haycocks
more than anything else to which they
can bo compared. They average about
4 feet in height and about 5 feet In di
ameter and are constructed of grasses
and herbage. First the mother 'gator
deposits one layer of eggs on a mortar
hko floor, and having covered this with
a stratum of mud and herbage about 8
inches thick lays another set of eggs
upon that, and so on to the top, there
being commonly froin 100 to 200 eggs in
a nest. With their tails tho parents then
beat down the tall grass and weeds to
prevent tho approach of unseen, enemies.
The femalowatches her eggs until they
are- patched by tho heat of the sun and
then" takes her brood under her own caro.
defending them and providing for their
Dr. Lutzemburg of Now Orleans once
packed ono of these nests for shipment
to St. Petor3burg, but tho young hatched
out baforo thoy were started on the leng
vogage and wero kept about the doc
tor's premises, running all over the house,
up and down stairs, wliining like younp
puppies. Harrison's Monthly.
Llbo Siamese Twins.
The Nankin correspondent of a Shang
hai paper says: "A Tianwasi man came
to this city, bringing with him a remark
able freak of nature In tho shape of his
two sons, aged 8 years. The boys were
alike in face and fornv but they are con
nected with each other by a piece of flesh
as thick as a man's arm and joined to
gether just below the waist, making the
twins stand face to face, The twins
never fall asleep at the same time."
la qalle4 tho "Father of Diseases.'
It is caused by a Torpid Liver,
and is generally accompanied with
BAD BREATH, Etc.
To treat constipation successfully
It is a mild laxative and a tonic to
the digestive organs. By taking
Biramona Liver Begulator you
promote digestion, bring on a reg
ular habit cf body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
"My wife wis cjy derated "JpwH'E'
lion aid touciaag-, raBo" W WJ' Kite
After four cumilu u of fcuaiiw Ltrer RtffU'
lh4 altaoit tnUrely hjImt'. ""
kbd tlcsh " -W JJ. Larv., IW-w. I'
M hae trtd Sir-imn. !i t Pit1.
Cqiulipvlott of my iv. . rU M-i ' "?!'
Wnrtntt.l of lit j, jh . vnOt
euJtd Uocfit"-Hiu.u Wak-m. U Ck-d
Inventor.Ktllson Siys That tlio Problem Ii
Sure, to lie Solved.
Mr. Edion l.iu?hcd heartily when in
formed t' at Chic.ltTO Was tho llnM,l f
'thax world "for airship inventors. "I
.Know u, no sam. "They haven't found
th6 becrct yet. but they will some day.
It will come."
"H.ive you ever entered tho airship
field j ourself?' asked the reporter.
"Yes, indeed, I have. I havo tried a
number of devices, but they haven't
worked. Once I placed nn aerial motor
on a pair of Fairbanks scales and set it
going. It lightened tho scales, but it
didn't fly." And the wizard laughed at
"Another time I rigged up nnumbrel
lallko disk of shutters and connected it
with a rapid piston in a perpendicular
cylindor. These shutters would open
and shut. If I could have gotten suffi
cient sieed, say a mile a second, the in
ertia or resistance of tho nir would have
been as gieat as steel, and the quick op
eration of these shutters would have
driven the machine upward, but I
couldn't get the speed. I-believe that
before the airship men succeed they
wiu navo to ao away with tho buoyancy
chamber. But tho secret will come out
some, day I am Bure."
Like tho world at large, which ridi
culed the first locomotive, the first tele
phono and almost every great Innova
tion, Edison takes a humorous view of
all hii experiments and seemingly en
joys a failure. "I have tried all kinds
of plans to explain psychical force," he
said, with u smilo'. "We experimented
on hypnotism by placing a man's head
in an Immense magnetic plane, but it
didn't work. Wo tried telepathy, too,
but without success."
"Have you any more wonders like the
phonograph in the experimental stage?"
"No. nothincrllllt thfllrinnnrnnli urliinli
is now almost perfect. It reproduces,
by a rapid succession of small photo
graphs, overy motion of an object. It
was verv hard to pet trio pvnnt. frrirnnnAs
of the face or the clear workings of a
man's hngers playing the piano, but we
nprfWitpil ir. lit lnafr. T wrnq vnru flnn'ntiD
to havo one on exhibition at thefalr, but
we aia not have it hnlshed in time."
Chicago Inter Ocean.
Wig and Gown.
It was once tho invariable practico of
barristers to powder their x?''i$, but this
custom has now almost entirely disap
peared from the bar. Only one advo
cate, so far as we are aware, saves it
from absolute death, and hois Sir Henry
James, whose black shoulders are always
sprinkled with the white powder that
falls from his wig. This distinguished
lawyer shows that wig and gown may
be worn in more ways than one. His
gown never fails to slip from his shoul
ders while he is nddiessing tho court,
and he is accustomed to herald each
fresh argument he brings to bear upon
the case by attempting to restore tho
fallen gown to its proper place.
In this respect he resembles another
eminent Q. C, Mr. Finlay, whose gown
is always half way down his back. Sir
Charles Russell and Sir Richard Web
ster and the other leaders of the bar do
not display any peculiarities in the wear
ing of their wigs and gowns. There is at
least one well known member of the bar
who, not content with permitting his j
oAnnt tf olisn 1n rt Vila tifritof nrnnva Vila '
wipf at an angle that perilously approaches
his nose. London Tit-Bits.
Philadelphia' WulUlne Mice.
T.ntnlv thn pmnlnvppa nt the Philndnl-
TiMnnnln'rlivilr'nrdfin have been amused
r. . - - rr-
by the antics otsomo queer little animals ,
WUicn are iiuii ohjjuuui; oaxiiuiuuji. iuo
newcomers are black and white Jopa
nese waltzing mice, seven in number.
WVipri lfit out of their cases, thov wink
at each other and step gracefully forward
with a movement wmen some oi me ue-
holders declare is a bow. Head Keeper
Manley whistles "Annie Rooney," and
the mice skip away in pairs with a queer,
whirling motion. When ho strikes up
"TVin Rowfirv." thev revolve so fast that
nothing can be-seen but little gray balls.
"Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay -causes them to
"swing corners" and dance "all hands
nrnnnri " Once the owner ventured to
play the "Dead March" while they were
dancing. With a wmsK or ineir tuns
thA HttlH rodents fled to the cages like a
man pursued by the nightmare. Phila
A Savlnc luveitnieut.
"I pawned two beautifnl pictures for
5 apiece some months ago," said a man
about town. "I was oppressed by a spirit
of economy at tho time, and had given
up my room in tho hotel to go where
living was cheap. I was going to put
the pictures on storage, when the Idea of
pawning them occurred to me. Storage
would have cost me about (3 a month,
and I should not hive been insured
against damage then.- There was no
danger of their not being well cared for
by tho pawnbroker, though, for it was
to his Merest to keep them safely, so
that he could sell them at a high figure
if I failed to redeem them. I had the
use of the $10 for four months, and all I
1.01 ..ni. tnr timf rmrt the storaife was
$1.20, or3iper cent a month. That beats
any other snap I over invennsi. iic
Anrnnna nf ihn ff?Ant of eXDOSUre tO
sunshine in destroying microbes, Mr.
Percy Frankland, in Longman's, note
the interesting fact that exact experi
ments conducted in the lake of Geneva
to ascertain by means of photographic
plates the depth to wliloh the sun's rays
... I 1 .t !.... .11.1 nf
penetrarea snoweu mm j ""
reach beyond 553 feet, at which depth
the intensity oi mo hkv i -which
Is ordinarily observed on a clear
but inoonlfcw nighty
Xot Mere Money.
He (bitterly)-Your answer would be
different if I were rich enough to shower
you with golden eagles.
Bhe-It might U different possiUy
If yot should cover mo w nW
that I couldn't .-New York Wkl,
ifVjjUtfuN .$AiH.kx; oj-utmjNjiaci truESD.ooffiOBm.iV, i8a.
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SHE MEANT IT.
And She Dtdn't Cnro How Imut SUnTutked
Either. I '.
H'I suppose yotthavctienrdbf tho mean
way in which Mr. Snodgrass trpal'hii
wife and children, haven't your" said
Mrs. Keedlck to a friend ai the two wero
tiding together hi v. street car.
"Shi Don't speak quite so loud," re
plied tho latter in a frightened sort of a
whisper. But tho admonition was lost
on Mrs. Keedlck, who continued in a
somewhat louder tene: - '
'"I believe it Is 11 true too.' They say
he's so stingy that he won't give his wlfo
a singlo dollar unless sho just literally
pleads for it, and then ho throws it to
her much as a miser would throw a bono
to a dog."
"Plea60 don't speak quite so loud,"
replied Mrs. Kecdick's auditor.
"Mrs. Snodgrass hasn't- had a -new-bonnet
in two years," the'speaker went
on, without lowering her tone, "and it
must be much longer than that sinco
sho had the pleasure of ordering a'liriw
gown. Before I'd put up with such'
nonsense Id make my husband's life a
burden to himl It Isn't as though the
skinflint couldn't affordit. Ho's far bet
ter off than your husband or mine, and
yet he treats that sweet woman who
was fool enough to marry him In that
"A httlo lower tone, please," nudged
tho listener, but Mrs. Kecdick's voice
was just as loud as she kept en:
"It's tho same way with tho children.
They can't go to school because they
haven't clothes fit to wear. He's as cross
as a bear to them too. Seems to resent
their presence on tho same earth with
him. How I do pity the poor things,
and especially at this time of the year!
It's a mighty sorrowful Christmas they
will have unless the neighbors take up n
collection for them."
There came another nudgo from Mrs.
Keedick's friend, and just then a man
who sat near signaled tho conductor to
stop, and ho got out.
The nudger heaved a sigh of relief.
"That was Mr. Snodgrass himself, and
I'm so afraid he heard what you said."
"Yes," replied Mis. Keedick calmly.
"I know it was tho miserable, mean
man, and I Intended that he should
know just what people think of his
meanness. I'm in hopes it will do him
good and mako life more bearable for
his wifo and children."
And Mrs. Keedick smiled sweetly as
she bade her friends good afternoon and
left the car. Brooklyn Life.
IVhttt Killed the Parrot.
The man was walking along Wood
ward avenue carrying a parrot in a cage.
"What havo you there?" asked a friond.
"Parrot; I'm taking It homo "to my
wlfo. She always wanted one."
"I hope you'll havo better luck than I
did with one I gave my wife."
"What happened to it?'
"Don't know my wife, do you?"
"Neither did tho parrot. It wanted to'
talk during thedaytiinonnd couldn't got
a chanco while my wifo was around, so
it staid awako at night to do ita talking,
and the poor thing died of. insomnia bo
foro two weeks." Detroit Fred Press.
' Made nim Walt.
At1 a dinner party before -Renan lag
risen to fame ho was about to spealr. on
a current topic when Jules Simori sig
nified his intention of talking, and the
hostess asked Renan to wait.
When the greater Hon had done roar
ing, the lady said: "Now, M. Renan, it
is your turn. You wero going to say
"I merely want to ask for.somo peas,"
he" replied, with gravity, and ho was
silent during the rest of the evoniug,
Wanted nil Money' Worth.
A forlorn. Irishman, reduced to tho ex
treme stage of poverty and destitution,
as a last resource made inquiry at a ma
rine Btore as follews:
"Do you buy rags and bones here?"
"Yes," was the reply.
"Then, bo jabers," said Pat, "you may
put me on the scales," Tit-Bits.
A Sudden Departure.
Withcrby Didn't your .new cook
leave rather suddenly?
Plaukington-r-Yes. She got mixed in
her dates.1 She had a.pollceman and a
burglar call on her the same evening,
A UieU Ideal.
Kitty No, Mr. 'do "Witt, you will
never Jove any girl as youido yourself.-
Tom (oarnestlyj-rl assure you I will,
Miss Winslqw, whenever I find one that
Is worthy of so high a regard! Truth.
Uw.U hi- Jrthy. tbwn cows U gone
wnnderm off agin, an I can't find 'tin
nowhar. I do no' what to do.
Martby-Why don't ye go daownto
Ui' railroad pwple an ask Vin to bell ye
a eeoauTiand cow Jcetohor? Harper
. Enamored Youth-May I hfpa to find
a place In our heart?
LadyUivw lfit de eltcleh-W) on ".
There are only a few choke location
Polnoned by Klailng.
' A peculiar caso of iolsoning Is reported
from tho Brtstlo Rldgo neighborhood,
north of Crawfordsvllle, Ind. At a largo
party ft now fangled kissing game was
introduced, which proved very popular.
Tho young men on arriving drew strings
of variegatea colors irom a box and thon
selected girls whose dresses matched
this string. The young granger thon
took ono end of the string In his mouth
and tho girl attached her focoin a sim
ilar way to the other. Both thon chewed
up tho string until they wero mouth to
mouth, when several kisses wero ex
changed. At tho party in question the
person coloring tho strings had used
dyes -which wero not fast and tho colors
ran. Several were poisoned very seri
ously; and it is feared that ono or two
casoataay result fatally. Chicago News.
v Vrelght Cars Daub. Into a IIouio.
Tho Lohigh Valley Railroad company
is building an embankment for a track,
at the foot of Cator avenue, in Green
villo, N. J. Charles Johnston and his
family occupy a frame house at the foot
of an inclined track fnmrtho embank
ment. Saturday morning six freight
cars broke from a train and dashed down
the incline into Mrs. Johnston's house
with tremendous force, tearing away one
lido of tho building.
Ono of tho cars was planted across tho
kitchen in the middlo of tho building.
Tho family were in auothor part of the
house and nono of them was hurt. Two
brakeinen who remained on tho cars
and tried to stop them wero thrown off
and soverely bruised. Now York Her
ald. Lived and Died Together.
Born in tho samo village In Ireland,
whero thoy wero friends during their
early life; emigrants on the samo ship,
chums and roommates for twenty-fivo
years, sufferers from consumption at tho
samo time, and victims to the ravages of
tho disease at the same hospital and on
tho samo day, Is a summary of the curi
ous Hfo histories of Peter Duffy, Bixty
fivo years old( und John Murphy, aged
sixty-two, vho wero burled together a
few days ago at Calvary cemetery.
New York Letter.
Lout Unir a Million.
Lord Granville, who died In 1840, with
a great reputation for courtliness of
manner, held for many years tho post of
embassador nt Paris, and tho only objec
tion which could with any show of plaus
ibility be brought against him whllo
holding that conspicuous post was that
ho was sometimes inclined to bo indo
lent. He was addicted to play Und of
ten ran over to London for n Httlo of his
favorite amusement at Crockford's,
Whito's or Graham's, but almost as fre
quently returned to the French capital
with the loss of a considerable sum of
money. Ho was ono of tho four noblo
mon who lest $300,000 nt Crockford's In
6no night, his companions in misfortune
from tho ranks of peerage being Lord
Chesterfield, Lord Foloy nnd Lord Sef
ton. Still, in spito of all his losses, Lord
Granvillo left behind him no less a sum
in cash than f 600,000. Exchango,
rteilcnlnc I'roin the Mllltla.
There are ways of getting 'out of the
national guard before one's titno is tip,
and it Is not nlways necessary4o acqulro
a chronlo Illness or remove from tho stnto
or become a convict to find those ways.
A young mnn who recently joined tho
guard applied for dismissal at tho end of
his sixth week of service. Ho did not
givo his reasons, but tho officers loarood
that do wanted to get'outbccausohls
best girl had told him -that uniform was
not becoming to him Ho was dropped
from the rolls with dizzying suddenness,
-New York Sun.
It Is an error to suppose that a man
belongs to himself. No man does. lie
belongs to his wife, or his children, or his
relations, or to society in soino form or
To bo full of goodness, full of cheer
fulnr 88. full of sympathy, full of helpful
hope, causes a man to carry blessings of
which he himself is as unconscious as a
lamp Is of its own light.
Never affect or assume a particular
character, for it will never fit you, but
probably give you ridicule, but leave it
to your conduct, your virtues, your mor
als and your manners to give you one.
We make unlovely all our days by the
little soul wo put into our efforts, by tho
way in which duties push us forward, by
lock of that electric something which
makes all words, all deeds, quiver and
O thou that plnest in imprisonment
of the actual and critst bitterly to tho
grds for n kingdom wherein to rnlo nnd
create, know this of u truth. Tho thing
ihcu seekest Is ulriMdy with thee, here
if nowhere ' onldt ttioii only see. Mon-
V. 3C Koto
mjwm troubled with UrrtMe psia in my
ttck mi Uo tu4 kldaey dlflLeulty,
For 27 Years I Suf ficf
I took nood'e SamnirUU and txfn to get
na to tlte It. lwu tl0 cured Of MUrrh
U tfce btl tad an cow la goo healta.
p. H. Bo. PtaUon. Iowa.
"Mood' PW u'' roir
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it at.'
lifeless appearance? Does it fell' eutiwheai combed or&
brushed? Is It full of dandruff? Does your scalp itch? 5
Is it dry of in a heated condition? If these aro eoatp of T
your symptoms bo warned in tlrao or yoa will become bald.
SkookuffiRoot'Hair Grower I.
RMarcta. Knowledge of the dlM ot lh hair ana icalp ltd to the a Ikot.
ery ot doit to treat them. "Bkookura"ODUlnnltberrnluorUr.orotli. It
it not a Dye, but a UitlghtroUr ooolln and nfrtthlnc Tonlo. Ut tirau)tlna
befolUcle, Kept outfit AWwTfanrfrttfS (rremAryfrat3
andjUilnv A hatr.
It your drat gut cannot sneplr TO m4 direct to an, e4 we WU1 forward
propoU, on rplp ot prict. orowr,tupecMtMeilfw&aa Botp.soo.
per Jar 1 1 for SUO. J"
5' i'fi r 4 1
rn ure make
M JVC "-
r ' Seelk r
I PAPER HANGIN0",
I Natural Wood Flnlthtng,
Cor, 30th and Cheme-eta Street.
lleat meatand Jroo dellTery
136 Mate Street
'A Valuable BatterSylCdUcetloa.
It Is ns good osi settled that the collec
tion of butterflies, moths and other en
toinologicalBpoolmons which belonged
to tho lata Harry Edwards, tho actor,
will soon bo oxhibitcd as tho property of
tho American Museum of Natural Ills
tory, Now York. Tho required $15,$9
bos been pledged, nnd na soon aa it is all
paid in tho valuablo collection will bo
transferred by Mrs.; Edwards ,to tho
museum. No ono knows procisaly how
many spocimuus aro In tho collection,
for thoro is no record of hundreds antj,
thonsands of minnto specimens. Tho
collection has boon given in round num
bers at 230,000 specimens. A count of
each caso is to be made before boing
placod on exhibition, and those who havo
examined the collection believe that
thero nro nearer 000,000 than 850,000. Tho
collection is one of the most comploto in
the world, and thoro aro no private col
lections which approach it in number
and.varioty. Threo times Mr. Edwards,
accompanied by Mrs. Edwards, travoled
around tho world iu his professional en
gagements, nnd each tlmo ho made nn
especial effort to add to his collection.
Ho socurod specimens from evory por
tion of tho globo, In all lands ho visited
Mrs. Edwards went with him, nnd,
with him', was interested in tho work,
Often thoy made long expeditions into
tho jungles nnd forests, thovislted mu
soums, thoy studied books. Many ex
changes wero made by Mr. Edwards
with other collectors, and in his collec
tion aro many gifts from museums in
this and othor countries. Now York
uwliuuuuuOu ouuujuuo ju j uooou
Wa-Ji- Tita"K (
llnntatjtlr removes and forever destroys nb-
joctlonab!t hair, whelber upon tbenands.f
Binon firing or dock, wiiunui t.iRcoion&iiona
uriuiury iu vuu must ucucjueaaiu,. ai.a ,
was for Ully ywirs tbe secret 'oriuulaoli
Kraimus wllwm, ackDcrwIedged by pliysl 1
.,-.. . . .-Li .. ,.-r.- f -Til
nana as tuo luuuesb umuomy suuiwi
nosi eminent derinatolueist and halrina d
olallst taat-ever lived. During his tirlyutel
praoiicmoi ajiis-iime ainouf tag nouiiuyg
ma anmocrucr, ot curupe no presoriuta
his recipe, l'rtce, 1 by mtlf, surely
uoked. CorrespoHdeoeaoonndentlat. Bole
teems tor vmeriua. Aaaress
THE 6KO0KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER '0.
ept.IL fiTUouib KlltliAvenae.New Vork
PltOPlSMIONAI AND J1U8IHB8 CARDS.
r. ii. n'ABoy. uso. avmauAM.
D'AIIOY 4 IimOHAM, Attorneys at Law,
llooias 1, a and s, D'Aroy Hulldior. Hi
tuita atrMt- BDeclak attention rlvea to busl
new Id the snpretns and circuit court of the!
TUIjMON FOIIU Attorney at law, Salem,
Oregoa. Ufflce up ttalm In 1'atton blocjt
son. Office over limb's bank.
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1 1 . Attorneys at law. Offlra over UsplUtl
nauooai ban a, rjajem, uresua.
TOIIN A.UAItsON.Attorner at law. mosas
t a ana i, uusu oftnn uuuaius, naiem,!,
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BON HAM A MObMKH. Attorneys at iaV
Offioe In liusli block, between UUteand
xiurt, on Comrnerclal street.
IOHN UAYNE, ATTOBNBV.AT.J AW.
i) LVllecilons ruada aud pnimptlr remlttrd,
Unipby block, cor. Htate and Commeroial
.tri 'alom, Orton. lf.
I If II. KMlillluN.
W Icudent. Office, rooms 2 and
MK. fOUUB, HUnographrr and Tjpr
, wrltest Hstequlidtypawritingor.
but one In Oregon. Over limb's baak,
oMTRiihy, r)m II, Gray
,ock. Y IrsUiUuis work, itatea reasonable,
DIC A. UAVH, iJktm fii araduaUof New
York, gives specUl atteutlou to tbe dU
rases or wnuiun ana ciinurrn, uiw, luiuni,
i.moi. ktin. akin AidniMm and surverr.
itSXat at residence, lut kUto street. Conula.
in. i fnuii io 13 in anil'iHap n. 7-1 -am
2 0. iiHyWWK, U. I).. I'bysalan aud hui
ft. eton. (mre, Murphy bio ikj residence.
B.ILT O HMITII, IH-ntl't. W UUta street
I BAlstu, Oregon. Klnltbtd dental opera,
os ot every dtacrtpltoo 1'alnless opera
nr ii. 1'IUil. AnbltcL
nrlnr for all
V . lUiui and super! nipt1Dre
us oi bulldioss
Ottlia aW Ootuiusrclal
D.Housol Vrterau., U, t A lure s '1 bar
ay e . rplixrs at 7 tO u'etoea at tbe I O. O T
ntil Vi.ltlor broihrrs n roruially Invited
waltead IIU H. U. llm-Wlltr, Capt.
PltuiKi rloW U'IKJU NO. S A.O.U, W
Hrstslu tb1r hall la Htate lasaranoa
ml.dla4.evsr, Wedue,., evsn
J A HKliWOOl). Hardr,
4 Uutle. IlifeHlt-D. U'rinsny. Viail
uTlastrumwiuItnusU) Ins ructor of Krsucu
0X Usrmsa at jiwjk university.
Uoows -7, iUak KaUdlsf. t-l-vC
What Is tho condition of vours? Is vour halt Avj.
ROOT HAIR GROWER
h Bricfcanfl -Tile -
Talce It I
Only i eeiu a '& itattrerea a't
HOWARD, i :
to- 45IjMark Street. .(J
lias the best facilities tor moving and rals-lnsrbonMr-tWOTers'at-rnr-Bro.,
Froa TerniaU or Interior Points tbe
1 1 the llne.to Uke
vesUbnta tralnaj every aylIn'ey()aW,
.. . . . . ,,ai
,Hso euanKB oi cnrs. ...
Uompesed of dlnlngcan Mnsttrpassed,
1 ' l'allKianrwlBrrooBnltfrers
liest that can be constructed and,ln rwbleh
aeoommodaUeas are both tree and fur
nished lor hobtofa of first nnd seopud-das
ELEGANT DAY COAUHEQ,
, Acontlnnoi llae coaDBBtlng with air-'
lines. annrdlDg direct and nuluterrupUid
liilman lr finrst Ions can be se
cured in advisee V nrgU any sent of
Through tickets to and from all -points
In Amorloaf Kneland and Kuropo can be
purchased at any ticket oSnoe of thin coin,
oftralns.Toate andotberdotalls fitrplibad
eaaDilst)on toaay acent or
, A A. D CHAlUrONj
AiMristaat OeneraJ rtjutmitr nittiif, Mo,,,,
SltAW k DoWNINo, Agcntr,
. Hstel MBterey.
Kewport, - prxea.
Located ou tbe Beoh,t wo ralls not tb
of Newport onvCaVe Cov,' tMBtUtlft)lly
nhalfaMirl annt. wrnartarful aian.rt. ana
Jjathlnir, fine drives to Cape Kouweat!)-
ur iikuiuuuiw. xtuuee new, rootpa targu
and airy. Finest resort for farrjllles. or
invalids. Opea all winter, i Tersp
roo(lcra,te by day or week. lD(endnK
Visitors can drop a postal card io Now
port and be met by baek.
SALT LAKE, , .DENVER,
Hours lb 0uIcke?htlas?.hkHf ""
IIrs0u,ckef J and Km
Tlifpugh Pullman wi Teufltt, Sk'atn, Tin
Radlnlng Xhslf Cart, DMtg Cart.
or raw una catra lutortastlon onll pi
T. H. .IUKLUURT, Afct. II f. A
aw wasyittifvon at:. Corjw
, THE, PACIFIC
f rivat work a specialty. ,
O, V, OLlWJtMT.avaaafW.
-' ' inn 'iiesaagssKsr-: :,"'' ',muiauuL
If Electric Lights
TO CONSUMERS .-
-inpttairm Mint mj1 rower Comissny m
Brent t'XUtniS have canlntml tholr Rlt-ntru
.Light plant with the m at modern nnPRratu
-u.i .i.fl uun umn IU VUor lllU LUUJI S IWMfli
Drat than nnv i.v.ini Mt..i f . inwftfl
afrial n A new mKIa '... at. jl -.i.ii J. . a i
nuwi nny ciiy rja IUO tXKUW
Arc anrt Incandescent light'
In'fc. Electric Mstora lor all
Twrposcs -wlierc jrower Is re
Ko-ldencea can be wired fnr nn nunr ltehta
aa rtnlrcrt ana Ihoeon-ntntni py Ibr onlj
aucb. tlshu 58 uro lued TbU being jcgliUreA
Tyaa iieotneaseter. 'Office
179 .Commercial St. a
t p MEATS.
8g be tins not no'd oat bat
iHiily lnintd bin t hop to the
at JUberty street
Leavol order nt Salem Im
proTtment Co 95 State street.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
E. W. HADLEY, Receiver.
BHMfcT LINB teCAMFORNU
.0CEAJ STEAMER SAILINGS.
& B. WU.LAMETTB VALLEY.
Leave Ban FranoUco,Oct.7tIi. 17lhaod27'fei
Leave Yaqnlna,Oot.Sd,3ib,'.Bd aadNovJTth
It ATEd ALWAYS BATISKACTORT,
O.T.' WAItDI AW T F. & V A.
, - U..M, TO WKU8, Agent, te'saiDeek.
mvt -ruHTDAi imco
? vliilllwlu aUllliarU
(Horthsrn Pacific R..R. Co., Lm.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Dally.
1 . Ashland, a
Tickets sold and hnpgaee checked throueh
Mallpolniln the United Btates and Canada.
Close conneoUon wade In Uhlcoco with all
trains coins Kast and Mouth. ,
KoriuRitKormaHQU annjy to yonr nearest
ticket agent or JAe.O.l'OKW,
Hen. rass, and Tkt, Am., qhlcsw,. Ill
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific. Company.
CAT.irouniA jexrami tuatm urf daily jmc-
TwaSM' It)BTIJkNDAHUS. ",
I.v. ' l'ortlund Ar.
k fil a. m
I.V. Kniero liV.
Ar. Han Krun. Ur.
AKivA tpalnM tfin nt All tntfntMl
ortlaad to Albaay laoluslve; also atTaamat
IrvlDir. Kuctue and all sUUobs front Hoewbort;
o Aaalaad laclustva.
dO a, ni.
1H17 a. aa
:60 p. m.
"tortlaad Ar. I 40 p. nt.
v, 7.-Wa. an
Hose burg Lv,
ftJUttaK t'Ki-s m dg(leat,Rut6
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEXFEBS
Second Class Sleepfng Cars
Attaobe4 to aM tbroBtfh trains.
rVestSHe KtM, Mvm Mui
Ar. I iJiiy.Ui,
At Albany and Oorvallls eoaaaet vita
rains ftmron rHflaKallroad.
ii.m,li'. MeMlnnvllte I.v.l AtAOa.aa
f TMKUM TICKKTH
Vn all rwlniMtit ihA r.,t,n "- fanada
tnd Kuroiw) ran bi obtalnra at Itnreat iU
rom w. 'W. pan nn., aani. p"-
VUV. VUIOKHK. AmU U. K. aalaa. A$1
Rv KUJCHURM. rMsaai.M i
W. L, DOUCLA1
S3 SHOE nirft
- J iiasillaf I
1V W 'W FFW SrWIJ
Mara weft, KrMUwmmltthfut,'!
srbe sasMtas sa las ieMsaL Uak tw U rs key
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