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ICVJCJSIJNW OiJiTJi JOCORNaXj, SAfttJItDAY, NOVEMBEIl:4y 1893.
A Physician Talks.
THE REMARKABLE STORY AND AFFI
DAVIT OF DR, LEWIS BLUNDIN.
AUliclod Willi Paralysis for Twetity-
Uvu Yeura Pronounced lucuruble
By the Foraioat Pliyaluluus of
the Vo,rlil A Case of
World Wide Interest.
(Fiom the Philadelphia Times.)
Many survivors of our late war left
the ruukfct rjuwotiudi'd but with broken
coiiBtllinionsjuii liiBtaucoiu poiut, Is
Lew is D. Bluutiin, ft resident ot Huluie
ville, Bucks Co., 1'u. lu leiating his
experiences und what lie buttered iu
c us quence of the hardships he had
encountered Mr. Blundiu said:
'I was boru ut Bridgewater, Peuua.,
in 1841, aud went through the war us
i r vale 8ergeaut uud hospital steward
In Coiupauy C, U8tu Peunsylvauia
Volunteers. My tervice was active and
while iu Georgia I had au attack of
typhoid fever, which lefmie weak and
n rs..dv victim for future dUease. My
ltidiejs were then utlected aud luis
fiuully developed into spiual trouble
whit u lasted through jii.V army Bervice.
Iu 18G0 I was uiUBUr.d out with an
honorable discharge uud entered the
Jttfersuu Medical College in Phlladel
lihla as aeiudeut. I graduated two
years later with u diploma but did not
prautie. At that time I wusllvlugiu
Munaynnk. Oue day after I bad
graduated, I was lying on a sofa at my
lion e In Mutiny uuk, when I felt a cold
sensation in my lower limbs as though
the blood had suddenly left them.
'Wheti I tried to move them I was
horrified at the discovery that I was
paralyzed from my hips to my tots.
The-paralysis was complete aud a piu
nr a piuch of the flesh caused no pain.
' 1 could uot move a muscle. I called
in Dr. William C. Todd of Philadelphia,
lie mad a careful aud exhaustive ex
amination of my case, sounding and
testing aud finally aunounced that my
i r.. tin! a wtiu 1'iiiippd bv itilli'iimallou ot
the spinal cord, and that I would likely
have another stroke of paralysis. I
consulUd Dr. I, W. Gross aud Dr. Pan-
.-tut of Jellersou College, Philadelphia,
with the same result. I called in Dr.
Morehouse, of Philadelphia, wtio said
that no amount of uvdicine would
over prove of the slightest beuetlt to
"One day last (September I decided
t. try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pate
People. I sent for one box. I had al
vaB been troubled with a sort of ver
ti6 after my first stroke of paralysis
to such an extent that when I got out
of my bed my head would swim and 1
had dUIkiilty In saving myself fiom
falling. My appetite was bad, digestive
ruaus ruined and no assimilation of
food In addition to my mauy other
hilmeuts rheumatism held a prominent
nla. e By the time I had Mulshed the
l.ri box of Pink Pill" I was com punt
livily free from these minor Ills. My
npi.etite returned, the digestive orgaus
eot dow n to their daily grind aud the
Hieumatidin disappeared. I was much
encouraged aud di?Dlfr
half a dozen boxes of the ; Pink Pills.
Keller followed upon relief with as
Silug rapidity. Firstouea I would
disappear then another until the pills
X to work upou the foundation stone
Z( my trouble paralysis.
I felt a sense of exhilaration and the
general effect was benefit, becomlM
:... i. iv. Notiu. this fact, I
Increased the dose from otn j two pills
alter each meal for a few days. Bef-ne
t k,i i.bon thn six boxes of pills, 1
was sitting in my chair one afternoon
wheu I feu a curious sensation Innij
left foot. Upon investigation. I found
it hd llexed.or, in other words, become
movable and I could move it. From
that time on my improvement was
stealy und it was not long before ,1 was
walk ngaroinu ou uiutob. .v -
or no discomfort. It was three years
before taking the Piuk Pills that I had
been able to use the crutches at any
,1" m i,,uii is du y Improviug
and I feel sure that Piuk Pills have
done me more good tbau all the doctors
....h .M tho medtclue iu me
and as they are not costly
afford tntr treatment.
Mr. BUndln tells of another ;
., ir ha r.lin llritt of PIUK
ljojle O'ltellly's Str nnUmanshlp.
Boylo O'Reilly was a skilled swords
man. He told mo that when he first
camo a fugitive to this country he
thought ho would maintain himself
by giving lessons in broadsword, sin
gle stick and foils, and it used to give
him great pleasure to put a foil in
my hands and say to me for I pro
fess to know nothing of it "Ned, on
guard 1 Now, run me through.
Thrust mo anywhere you can. Kill
mo if you can." And then, with a
smile upon his face, ho would ward
off my lunges, until suiting his pur
pose, he would send my sword flying
across the room. Often on our ex
cursions ho would say to mo, "Ned,
take that stick and cut me down."
He wanted no play about it. He
wanted an earnest fight, and comply
ing with his wishes I would often
rush at him with a stout stick in my
hand only to have him laughingly
repel my attack, and these affairs
generally wound up by his giving
me a whack over the shoulders that
nearly broke me in two. Donahoe's
TWO JAPANESE MAIDS AT VASSAR.
DYING, HE KILLED HIMSELF.
The T Girders Used by the lloiuang.
In discussing the use of iron on a
largo scale by the Romans, Mr. Gard
ner writes: "From Pompeii wo might
infer the total absence of constrict
ive ironwork in Roman architecture,
yet Professor Aitchison claims that
in the baths of Caracalla a large ceil
ing was supported on iron girders. ''
This fact might be stated less doubt
fully than these words would imply,
since some tons of broken iron T gird
ers were found a few years ago dur
ing tho excavation of the great colla
soliaris of the Therma of Caracalla.
These girders had been cased in
bronze, and they wero arranged so
as to form squaro panels, which wero
filled in with concrete decorated witn
mosaic and delicate stucco reliefs, all
colored and gilt, thus forming a
strong and richly decorated flat ceil
ing, with a span ot enormous wiutu.
"What do you want for that palm?"
asked a man of a florist, pointing at
tho same time to a tall aud healthy
kentia. "That isn't for 6ale," replied
the florist ; ' 'it's a boarder. " " A what?"
"A boarder sent here to bo taken
care of while the folks are away.
Yes, we huve quite a number of such
things. A couplo of months under
glass does them good, aud they get
rvn tfii-ed aud looked after. A $50 palm
would bo ruined by leaving it in tho
back yard while its owners wero on
their vacation." Now York Sun.
f!!rl In Guatemala.
Nv.no of th maidens in that coun
try nre allowed to go abroad from
their homes without the company of
a chaperon, and a lover is only al
lowed to come and court his sweet
heart through tho heavily barred
window s of her father's homo. After
they aro married, they pais along
the streets in Indian file, tho women
marching ahead, so that the husband
can be in a position to prevent any
flirtations. -Seattle Post.
I can easily
t. ...ua nnn of his old comrades
in the army, who dIiik the war has r
tided in Ml.biga.1. He has been a fcu
ftrer from rheumatism um -
life "I know", said Mr. Bluiioiii,
.". ..,:. h hwit limes when ho
could not lift his arms to J.W b.d. or
i... i..,.. Hutu Ms mouth, because
UVMII IIIV IIUII1IO
(if chronic rheumatism.
The Evolution of the I'en.
Tho patent offico at Washington
has a collection of pens that illus
trates tho difficulties with which
men had to contend ueroro tuey
found a suitable instrument with
which to write. There are tho sty
luses used by tho ancient; the in
struments for writing on wax tab
lets, one end sharp like an awl, tho
other flat liko a paper cutter. There
are tho brushes used by tho Japa-
,. r,i miinoso of the present day
and quills of overy variety, togethet
with an infinite number of steel pens
But tho most curious are somo rjuib
pens with steel points. Thoy wero
made in an effort to do away with
the constant necessity for the mend
ing of the pen, a process that few
could perforin properly and that
rverybldy. hated. The effort was
very ingenious ." ,T(i
He read In a
aurofawo, rnreniade Komtsui5 not bo made
l. PiikP.llHi.iid V0UKA.bl,XiV.,;.J? EXL-Weo Blade .
,.,.-,. .....o unililPll nlld UMUl'icic. " iwv .,
nYtbatll waaii sulfcrvrfruui rhtuma-i!lnSfngWl..my.!ther..f.hewro
m ubout his recovery ","
i was I i.e.. up".. -"
y-"?r.ri.id nerfcVt control of l.l.
aims and hands and could use them
fre)y without exper.ei "' ' j r;
Ifl that misery experienced when
Buddenly mado aware that you
KdeuThaVYsW posses a diabolical arrangement
i he P.1U were the nit c"nl''el,",tu ' called stomach. No two dyspep
7 t hat the samo predominant
fli,i ,.utillnn Is due a 'lev i i " y
J)r. Willlunw' Pink Pills for ra.e
Hworn ( before me tW""th dnv -f
Muv. 1803. George l"1".'" ?'
n..i.n.. t wii ttttds' Piuk rills re-
store, ale people .nd .Mw cornprr
ions to me riow
How They ltehaTed at College and Their
filter Fortune In Mikado Land.
Vnssar students of 1879 and 18S0
doubtless remember the Japaneso
girls Stamatz and Singhi, who wero
sent over by tho government along
with half a dozen moro little maids
to he educated in America. It was
at tho time when Japaneso people
wero beginning to be eager to ac
quire everything that was good in
Western thought and western meth
ods of life. The boys were encour
nged to visit Europe and America
and seek degrees in tho schools.
Tho girls, to tho number of eight or
ten, were sent over at tho expenso
of the Kovernment. All of these
girls wero of gentle birth, and sev
eral belonged to tho nobility. It is
interesting to learn tho resultof tho
experiment from a lady who recent
ly visited these girls in their Japa
nese homes and who writes about her
visit to tho Pall Mall Gazette. At
Vassar Stamatz was brilliant and ex
clusive and very beautiful. She took
high honors in English literature,
wroto charming essays and spoke
Encrlish with a shtrht accent ot
course, but her vocabulary and 'her
use of it were flawless, bhe was
president of her class in her sopho
more year and was a member of tho
"Shakespeare," a club always con
fined to the girls who woro first in
tellectually. Stamatz played a won
derful game of chess and excelled at
Singhi was never president of any
thing, but every ono loved her. She
was invaluable at tho fortnightly
"candy pulls," splendid on a sleigh
ride, and she spent half of her timo
in tho infirmary coddling sick girls.
Sho got through her examinations
with eminent respectability, spoko
very broken English and wroto it
stiffly but correctly. Singhi was
nlain. dumm' and nearsighted, with
a wee fiat noso and in every feature
broadly Japaneso. .
Stamatz on nor return to oopau
made a brilliant marriage. Her hus
band was an old man of high posi
tion, great power and immense
wealth. His wifo has become a
noted hostess and speaks French and
English fluently as well as Gorman
and Italian. Sho received an old
time friend who called upon her at
her homo with all her old timegra
ciousness, served tea and cako from
an English service and talked as en
tertainingly as over about tho books
die read in America, but hor face
crew listless when Vassar was men-
tioned. wnen me coneo yujjui i
which in her student days sho wrote
such clover articles was 6poKen or,
she said sho believed thoy sometimes
sent her a copy, but sho wasn't sure.
Sho had not read n printed page of,
French or English since her return
to Japan. Evidently she had spent
the 10 years in exilo because the mi
imdo thouKht it best. Sho woro tho
costume of Japaneso womon, save
that her hair was coiled in the sim
pie Greek fashion, and her bronzo
slippers wero of Parisian make. A
noted European called upon tho
Countess Olyama, as sho is now
known, with a Japaneso gentleman,
Tho Jup bent seven times to tho floor
when Stamatz entered, "Countess."
tho Englishman Baid, "if I bow as,
often and as low as that, I shall fall
down. But 1 am oxtremeiy b'"" n
meet you." Sho smiled and mado
i.ia no iinHtrhtful. but sho never for
iravo him. Stamatz was born to tho
purple, and sho loved it,
inr. a mother and f
c;r,rhi livoH in a funny little house,
purely Japanese, and is tho wifo of
a lieutenant in tho navy. Tho jolly
little woman has not changed a bit
She seized her old menu uy vu
hand, her friend's husband by tho
other She had never seen tho hus
band or heard of him but bhe in
stinctively knew who ho must bo
and adopted him in her littlQ mothei
lvway. Sho had forgotten most of
the two friends could barely under
btnnd each other. But sho oyer
whelmed the visitor with questions
about everything and everybody
ihovhatl known in their school days.
bkesent tor u - ;--.
mid they uouwu n
(ocirH with their ouuvr
and ran iiwy laughing.
UIi Wife' Acquteftcetico Inihe Act RaUet
n Quettlon of lUhlct.
A nice question in ethics has beon
raised by the suicide of an Euglish
journalist named Adams under very
peculiar circumstances. Adams was
tho victim of rapid consumption.
His physicians had informed him and
his friends that by no possibility
could ho recover, and that the re
maining period of his sojourn on this
mundauo sphere was exceedingly
short. He fully nppreheuded that
tho end was approaching and had
prepared for tho worst. At this stage
of tho case ho was taken with a vio
lent hemorrhage When it ceased,
ho remarked qui to calmly, "It is all
over.' So saying auu witn great ue
liboration ho reached over to a bureau
which stoodnear his bed and from a
drawer In it took a revolver and shot
Tho straugost part of tho story re
mains to bo told. His wife was a
witness of tho wholo transaction, but
moved not a finger to prevent him
carrying out his purpose. When ex
amined by the coroner at the inquest
which followed tho suicide, sho ad
mitted freely that sho could havo
prevented the act, but did not. When
sho saw what her husband's inten
tion was, sho merely remarked, "Not
that, dear." His reply was, "If you
love mo, you will lot me do it," and
sho did. Without nnothor protest
sho watched tho suicide put tho pis
tol to his head and fire, but did not
attempt any interference. When
asked by tho coroner if she could
have prevented him had sho tried,
her reply was, "Certainly, but I
should havo considered myself a
coward and a bruto if I hod inter
fered." It does not appear that any further
proceedings wero taken iu tho case
after a verdict of suicide had been
returned by tho coroner's jury.
Doubtless in tho oyo of tho law tho
woman was an accessory to tho act,
Had tho law been invoked against
her sho could havo been hold and
punished as such. But tho question
suggested by all tho facts is, Who,t
was tho extent of her moral respon
sibility in tho caso? Aro tho friends
of tho dying bound to stand by and
see that their sufferings and dying
agony aro prolonged by every means
that professional skill and sciontifio
knowledge can conceive of when in
any caso it is woll known that tho
term of their earthly existence ia a
question of a fow hours at most, and
that they can novor rise from their
beds of suffering? Somo otherwise
trood people have recently beon bold
enough to affirm that no moral prin
ciple would bo outraged, but an act
of mercy performed, if uudor such
circumstances somo strong anres
thetic wore administered, oven if tho
result was tho cessation of the heart
pulsatioiiB a fow minutes poopor than
would otherwise bo tho qaso, Chi
What Is tho condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Does It split at tho ends? Has. it a
lifeless appearance? Does It fall out when combed or"
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your symptomsbo warned in time oryou wlllbccomo bald.
! Mm nWMKr I
cniii? v n
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re55"n? Knoledw ot the I dSeiueot th. hair und iclp led to thedlscoT.
errofhoW to treat them. Skookum'contalnt neltht ri mjnraUnoi ollfc It
'.not a Drojtmt delightfully cooling nd retreriilnt Tonlo. ly MlmaUUM
the folllclS, ( ftoptjaUing hair, cum tamJnr m gma hair m bald
tir Keen the icalp clean. katthr.Mcltrrrcmirriut!rerapUpnfcbr'
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Tit ATtE MARK
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ar Month Fifth Avenue, New York, Nt V.
On 31 etc)' System,
TO CONSUMERS :'
IhoHAlem Light und Jowcr Company At
rem expense nave equipped thetr Klectno
IgLt plant with the n jsl modtrn Apparatus
HUdmenownble lo Oder the public a better
light tbau any system and at a rate lower
than nuy city ou the coast.
Arc anil Incandescent Light
itig. Klcctric Moters fer all
parposcs -licre aowcr is re
lleM lenwa can be wired for as many lights
as desired and tho roimumere ptiy for only
suoh lights hr aro used. Tula being reglsteted
byan Kloctno Meier. Office
179 Commorcial St.
T. J. KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, QOth and Chomeketa Btreot,
Best meat and free delivery.
136 btate Street.
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-Brick and Tile
Only 3 cent a day delivered at
J, L. BRNNETT & SON.
P. O. BlooW.
UUNT, iho North Salem Batcher,
Btys bs tins not said but hut
sltnitly moved bis Imp to the
old ta iid at Ubetty. street
Leave: orders at Rnlem Im
proveuient Co.. U5 State street.
Headquarters for all daily papers, nt
J. L. Bennett's post office block nowo
T .i UiiUvr' Cofcttimo.
Diuii' , recent visit to Sclionbrnnn
tho C ; ...i oiniioror went to church in
aco'-liin-o which nttrncted ureut atten
tion, as well it might. Ho woro a gray
tunic, with itroeti fuciiiRS and broad onau-
lets; a green leather belt, from which
hung a hunting knife, the handle adorn
ed with an imperial gold crown j high
varnished boots and spurs and a Styrinn
hat, with an enovnious pluuio that shook
at every step. London News.
CKJUOOU JO-O ,U -ill) JOUO AJjUJUJUij
ElURtaDttv removes and forever destroys oo.
Fiviinnnhin linlr. whfiihor unon the bands
A. T- .I.1.a.. i1I..Alnmtlnll
BIUOH nriUBUr Utn:K, Wlimm uwmiiih
... n nr. t n tllA mnul. HA lrjllfl RK1U. -I
wastor tiny years tho secret 'ormu'aiil
i..p.i.mi Wllimn. nrknowledeed bv PhVHl
duns as the highest authority and I ho
(iiosi eminent aerinatou wist anu imir mm
clullst that ever lived. During hts private
ptactto ola lire-time among the nobility
l.la r-,.lrA lrlMi Si tlV nvtll. BeoUtely
..ticked. Correspondence confidential. Hole
vgenisror Ameriua. Auureaa
TH. SK00KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER "'O.
-epL U. 67Houlh Kllth Avenne.New York
451 Marlon Street.
Has the best faellltles lor moving and rais
ing houses, lieave orders at uruy llroe., or
address Halera, Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior I'oints the
Bho is four
four times a
Economize in Papor.
Clean newspapers, tied in buudleu of
100, not cut, tor sale at this ofilco at
liriet'n cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, largo sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to tho postofllco.
Tho paper bottle works at Glassboro,
N. J havo shut down, audit is rumored
that' operutions will not bo resumed.
This establishment is tho only oue of its
kind in America, and with tho closing of
tho door a unique Industry will bo uban
dpned, Puper bottles aro comparatively a re
cent invention, aud their market is lim
w,i ,.ri,ifiimtlvto two ounco iuk bottles.
Tho company wus induced to locate in
Glassboro ubout two yenrs ago. and nl
tiimiL'h the triulo was small ut tho start
it gradually increased, and tho manufac
turers hoped that the bottles would Hud
a wider fit U for uto when thoy became
mora extensively known. They ro largo
ly used in e:qort trade, whero tlutles are
levied according to gr" weight, as they
only weigh ono-third iw mtieli as glass
and ore noiibienkable. Tho bottles are
mado by inaeiiimry. and but little baud
labor is required in uioir iuuiiiuiiui.uv.
A Chicago ink nianufuelurir bi'gan
.nvnm ii 'o to exnuninoiit, tlrst maU-
W...j."--o- - ,
ing wooden liotues nnu nimrniuu i-i
bottles liutd with a wuturproof imuijiosI
tlon Tho pn it company ecured the
patent aud set up uu establishment to
.lnntl.n UiMl -. Uu. otrf-ii nuirket.-
and all thtrtraln of evlli
Iroinenrlr error! or Uter
ectMW, ike retulu ot
dorilcpinent sua tune
jxiitlon of tho bodr.
tM referenefi. limit,
eillnatlon ana pruofa
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It Is tho dining car route. Itruus liirougu
vestibule trains; every day lu the year to
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Host that can be constructed and In wbloh
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D'AKOY 4 IIINOI1AM. Atiorneys at Itw,
ltoomsl. a and 8. U'Aroy lluilding. HI
tettreJl." 'ip?ll V"?,1U?oflS
nt-i lu the supreme and clieult courts of the
.-.ntims. bat wnaw
The underlying cause i
in the LIFER,
n lien th ami are
limn !.' iuc K"'" '., ,.ii1lnr In
MwlflK for ull tlie tr-.u ',P; '0f
tl.e f m.Ie tex, will e In I he
mt-ti i hey c-flVet a raauui i-iu- ;-"-urielig
frotn worry, ;vw0,1k ?!,,
iwb, .tnrl hieun imfKilInu 'l"fl,. f .
rhPiimuiluiii. TlieV ore jiihu'h-.;'--
by ibf D'. Wllliunin' Medicine
..:..... ..i.......u.i.. .tc. Y . and
lllleVo . . iort uAbM only In boxij
hmrnK the firm'- I rude rk d
wripper, nt 60 otB. a box or six Loxmi
forftO,nd are never sold In bulK,
or by tue dozen or luipdreo.
I r ther, ever w . peciJo WXXfiSi
jtalni men -rfer's L'tle '-'V';' "w ; n
ntclfloforflck hradsphe 4 y "w
li uidkuuwibU. only one plU d se. irj
t0e,- ... Th.f
aysHVold b?b -nr l"oo od"iI.
wd ono thing is certain no ono
wiU remain a dyspepUo who will
It -niO. correct
,! the msm
I ggoZn7f kun-po la tho littlu
Wt of b-wo we,' tl,ire? Aa f
nnil a l)ox of "gare, which m w
brought out for tlio gcntlomnn
7h her gleeful laugh. But never
huuU tho empress has founded a
SrlT colleRe in Japan, and sho
girw -u"h . ,. n, it,ft T,innO.
(Singtii) w i)run-"-
Jlet Ills Jlstch.
The ntuwian rnarahal. Suvaroff,
was famous aa a jeater and waa fond
2S to " iwB them unexpec; od
can produce, no -"
""b ' --- to th.
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rnlLMON I'OHO, Attorney at law. Paleni,
T OregoB. umce upstairs In 1'atton block
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TiilAW.M. W.HUNT. HHAWAIIUNT
,--.--.-.- nmwfc nf.F fniii
Attorneys t law.
TOIIN A. OAllsON.Attorney at law,riins
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OONIIAM 4 lOLMES. Attorney, at law
IV Offlce In Hush block, beUetn BUteand
mirt,on Com tntrclal street.
cured In advt nre
Through tickets to and from alt iolnU
In Amerlen. England and Europe can be
purchased at any ticket onlos of this cora.
Full Information eonoertiing rates, llm;
of tralns.routes and other dctnns furnlsbea
on application to any agent or ,,..
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant Ueneral I'assent;er Agent, Mo,
131 first street, cor. Waxlilnguuu 1'ort.
8haw & DowNlNd, AgtfntB.
Newport, - - Oregon.
Located on the Ueach.two mills noi th
of Newport on Cave Cove, u beautifully
sheltered Hpot, wondorful Bcunery, nea
lmtlili. flne drives to Capo Koul weath
er llKlitliouoo. IIoubo new, rooms largo
and airy. Finest resort for fuuHles or
Invalldn. Open all winter. Terms
moderate by day or week. Intending
visitors cati drop a postal card to New
Aort and be met by back.
1 Minn... a
I. Ashland, a
Tickets sold and baggage oheoked through
to all points In the United Htates and Canada.
Close connection made in Chicago with all
I rains going Kastand Bouth.
r or lull Information apply tp your n earet
ticket agent or jt JA9. C. l'ONI,
Hen, ln". and Tkt. Agt,, Chicago. l
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Companvi
CAI.irOKNIA XkPllktW TKAIM HUM DA11.T Bk
TWkBN l-OUTl.AHK AND fl. .
11.16 p7 iu,
6:SU a. ra
700 p. m
l-ottlsud to AIUodv incluslvo; also at Tangent
xhedrt, Itslney, Jlarrisnurg. juncunu j-w,
I rvlng, Kuseno and all stallons from HoMburg
Above trains stop at
i.iu a. ro
11:17 a. in
i p. m
"itoti kii iTitriMAli"irA I i.vj
Ht, y p. m.
t.v. I ino v to,
1 isffered l
BIcV Hdlt al reUs all tbs trouble tnd
drnttoabllu " t he sr.t-. such a
iiiixlivBss Ku. UrowslneM. Distress after
MOngjfcto lut-W.I.. 40 While tlir most
renirtibto success Us been shown In curing
uAvl ret C-rrsa" Imu l-rtrsa Pliui
Ir!TSus&"-lu ta Coastipst on. curtog
S DrsTe itlng this anoojlngcojnpUIrt, while
fVa Towrect all disorders of the stomsch,
lulJuuSTbl hier sad rsguUf lis bowel
tia U llJ txij cured
HAYNK. ATTUIINKV.AT. AW.
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MlllPUr Ul', v-.-
.tresis alm, lireg'm
W U.K.N 10 UTON-Archltect aud JUPertn.
leudent. .Onlce, rooms sod 5 lIu.U
Hrerwau block. wtl
k. i-ocuK, ?rHt,r.,,5itSiiT.
wrlUal iei iuii'i-". .(-"."... J
liiw but oue In
oVeVou. 'Over 'liu.h's bank,
Du a iiaVM lt l'st Orudusteof New
York gives VplcT.1 attention UJ the UU-ju2rf-nwB
T-ndl children, ro iliwt.
i. .. kldners. skin diseases inu ii.
iffl'at rwIdenceVlol HIsU streeU CSonsU'U
Wwmr?towEia snd.to.pm. M-D.n
m. -nlilitir. not ft
JJV f .
Tor mors 0 ?S I Sd "
gla-oos W" .-Vood i-i". ' TTr vZ
: t- ;.. i Buar
f r-t in ke you ok and then - "" L ,.l0,
pt-d f aiter-s-WUll 1 1 ,f ' i L i
LwtUandm kejouw II. Uoe.onepii. I
.. -. ..- .,t.ii bllllouiness '
lenedlone.and trt.W&J&wSut ?iU?i7liu(l''C'
Cat ur' mile Liver 11U tbau banywi.o" J2jto4,"-W ' e '
A a f
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.Mi Upt wu- r --: "--. !!.
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as ff Uh.sliUn.lldM'
i U Itiwwjs-, .." ",'I.VV"-Trt.
unto, iiiui., . .- -..-,
a.' oomirclai street.
.. .. .,..!- i,.,fi.t. n stale street
li. -r --..... -,-:;,:, tiniMl ooera.
ttaleul, ureuu. . --; ,. i-
n. of evart desenpuon. " i-
lluiis a specially. .
SALT LAKE, DENVER)
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
1 1 l.v.
Dining C'hi-h ou lgden Rh1
PULLMAN BDFFET SLEEPERS
Second Class Sluoplng Cars-
Attached to all through trains,
Vest Side Division, Between Forliui
PAILY (BXCKIT HUMDAY).
7:J a. m,
lilft p. in.
" Ar.T brtiS p. m.
A Allmnv unit OnrvulIU
trains of Ornton l-wlflfl Itallroad.
.in. I tv, rortlaud Ar. y.
MrMinnvnin i.t. i p w ... "
ro all polnu In the Ka.tt rn Stales. Canada
and Kuror- n be obtained at lowest rat
"roia W. W. bKlNSKK, Agent. !?
k.v. max 'A amu (i. if. -a !, ai
KMKi.. Kit. ManaaW
SJe'Vad lbS who o-oce try Ibrm will I
ustn vzvxn w, in- Ti. .
yn Ss-1! Mhn,
. . s.-a -l-, tv-lris,--
.. .-- . - -
eliusM ol buildings,
it reel, up stairs.
(tONHOK VkTBKANH -H.mpter Cmp No.
S . rW,ns ol yswrao., U. A M si bur
ml evenll'S'S .' y ." '." VVi.ii- in vtiul
Hours ulcker ". mct a"d Ki,n'
Through Pullrrun nd Toarlit SIeper. Tret
Recllnti.jj Chair Cars, 0WngCr.
or rat aud general Information H "
W, H. HUIILIItinT. Am. "
KM WaaklngUii Bi OrAl
J, A tELWOOU. Itoordr.
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PETEOTIVB AND COLLECTING BUREAU
BAL1CM, - - - Or.aon
j'riTsts work a speelalljr.
V, B. O-XUKNT. Mk-tNr-
T. J r m
W. L. DOUGLAS
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