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remarkable success baa been shown in curing
Headache, yet Caimm'i Little Liri Pitxs
are equally valuable In Constipation, coring
and prarentlnp; this annoying-complaint, while
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the llrer and regulate ths bowels.
Even U they only cured
che they would be almost priceless to those
who suffor from this dlitrsisinr cemplaint:
but fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
these little pills valuable in so manr.ways that
they will not be willing to do without thsra.
Hut after all sick hood
Is the bane of so manyUres that here Is where
we make our great boast. Our pills cure It
while others do not.
Cumin's LrrnjE Liter Fills are very small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action
please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents;
five f or $1 . Sold everywhere, or sent by mall.
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THE BEST OF THE
Farm Crops and ProcPRaes,
Horticulture & Fruit-Growing,
Llve-Stock and Dairying,
While il also Includes nil minor depigments
of It u nil Interest, such as the Poultry Yard,
Entomology, Bee-Keeplng, Greenhouse nd
Grapery, veterinary Itepliu. Farm Questions
nnd. Answer, Flrelde headings, juomestic
Kconoiny, nndasumma'y of the News of the
Woelr. Its Market Bkports are unusually
complete, and much attention Is p Id to the
Prospects of the i rop, as throwing light upon
one of the tnoat important of all questions.
When to Buy and When to Bell. It Is liber
ally 111 unrated, and by IlEOKNT KNL.AKQK
MENT. contains more reading ma'te'tnan
ever before- The subscription Prion is M ISO per
year, but we offer a HPISiUAli BEDUoTIO.S
CLUB BATSS FOB 1894.
Two Subscriptions. In one remittance, $4
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miYn1l now snhanrlbers tor 1804. paying
in idvanronow, we will send the paper Week-.
ly, from our receipt 01 insnuiiwun, i o"
uary 1st, 1KBI, without charge
Specimen copies free, address
LUTHER TUOKKR & SON, Publishers,
Albany, N. Y.
The Experience of a Battled Hunter TTlio
Was Loaded Dn;n tyith Game.
Fully 40 men started, out from this
place Saturday afternoon to uhoot ducks,
and in one party was Qharley Ains
worth, a married man, who has resided
here for a year and a half. Ainsworth
Kot scparated.from the rest of tho party,
but tho Karae was so plentiful that by 4
o'clockho had bagged twelve ducks and
one brant, and thinking he had as many
birds as .he needed, concluded he would
return hqme. He was probably less
than three miles from home at that
thno, bnt tho rushes were bo high that
ho could not see the tall smokestacks at
the mills, and before the sun went down
he lost his reckoning. Not returning
home at night, his wife became alarmed,
and at daylight Sunday morning a party
of 12 took a boat and pulled down the
river and up Conway's bayou, where
they found Ainsworth's boat pulled up
on tho snore. Twelve men started into
the marshes to find the lost man, but
met with no success.
Between 4 and 5 o'clock Sunday ufter
noon Ainsworth walked into town quite
exhausted, having wandered all Satur
day afternoon, all that night and the
whole of Sunday in water from 0 inches to
2 feet deep, where tho rushes were 10 feet
high and so thick ho could not see three
feet before him, with the rattle of count
less flocks of ducks passing overhead,
the doleful music of the lonely bullfrogs
and the hoarse, dull, deep bass roar of
the hundreds of alligators that abound
in the dark and muddy wallows. All
through these low marshes he wandered,
knowing that he had a sick wife at home,
whose anxiety would increase with ev
ery hour that he was delayed, and with
the weight of the game he had killed
added to his gun and cartridges. He had
nothing to eat since Saturday at dinner.
He had no idea of the course he was go
ing or what direction he was from home.
He wandered, by the merest accident, to
the river bank, which he followed for
several hours, and finally crossed over
on tho timber and booms to the Texas
side, nine miles above town, and camo
down home without knowing positively
whether he was going to or from Orange.
As soon as he got to the bank of the
river he threw his ducks away, thus re
lieving himself of CO pounds of burden
that he had forgotten ho was incumber
Those who went in search of the lost
hunter returned Sunday in response to
n signal announcing AinBWorth'a return.
Orange (Tex.) Letter.
Ti-......)a MnvruTinn rnr iRui will maintain the
character that has mtde It the favorite lllus
trated 'periodical for the home. Among th-j
resit taof enterprises undertaken by the pub
llVhers there will appear during the year sup
erbly illustrated papers on India by bawin
Lord Weeks, on the Japanese Heat'ons b Al
fteJ l r-ftiSonV, an Oermny J'ou tney Blelow.
on Paris bv Richard Hardlag Davis, and on
Alexloo by Frederic Kemlugton.
Among the other notable tortures or the
yearwllfbVnovels by George du Maurler and
Charles DudlV Wirner. tue iieri "" "V"
ceneeB of W.D. "walls, and elent short sUr
ieVof Western IronUr life by Owm Wlster,
Hhort stories will also be nM0"' ?J
Iiranrter Matthews, Rlobard Hardl g Davis,
Mary" E W.lkens. Buth MoKnery "tuar- Mis.
Laurence Alma Tadema, George A, ttlbbard.
Quesnay d Beaurepalre, Tomas NeWon
ire. and others Articles on current loteres.
will be contributed by aistinguisneu nyecm.
lsU. HARPER'S PERIODICALS.
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Addressi Harper a Bbothkrs, New Yf r
Hard Work Getting Into Prison.
Most men who are
nenitentiarv endeavor to escape their
punishment, and the officers of the law
are vigilant to defeat this purpose. In
the case of John A. Denton, who was re
ceived at the Maryland penitentiary the
other day to serve a term of three years
for embezzlement from tho county com
missioners of Howard county, the usual
order of things was reversed.
It is stated that on Wednesday night a
firm lookintr vounir man inquired at tho
penitentiary for Warden Weyler. Tho
warden happened to be out, and the man
explained to the doorkeeper that he was
John A. Denton of Howard county, and
that he had been sentenced to serve a
term in the penitentiary. The doorkeep
er detained his visitor until Warden
wQw TPtnrned. Denton told the same
etorv to the warden. Mr. Weyler, it is
stated, declined to receive his visitor,
not having tho right to Imprison him
without a commitment or other identifi
cation. The man seemed crestfallen and
disappointed and walked slowly away.
The next atternoon no remiucu "
sheriff of Howard county and tho proper
commitment. Denton will probably be
riven clerical duties to perform during
his imprisonment. He was at large on
bond for some time pending the bearing
of tho appea,Un his case before .tho court
of appeals at AnnapolIa.-Baltimore Sun.
Sentiment Will Rometlmrs Rattle Even a
As she stepped into a Clark street car
every man turned to look at her. She
greeted another girl effusively and feat
down besi'le her.
"Oh, Dora, I've had such an expe
rience!" she panted as she cast a ico
quettish glanco at tho young man oppo
site. "You always are, having experiences,''
grumbled her friend, "and nothing, ever
happens to me. It all comes, of 'having
thoso big, appealing eyes and that timid
air, when you'ro not even afraid of a
"Oh, but this was really an awful ex
perience, and I've a mind not to tell you
a word about it."
"If you don't, I'll think it is because it
is too bad to tell."
"Oh, you mean thing! But I must tell
somebody, and I know all your secrets,
so you won't dare to tell."
"Go on, then, but don't expect me to
"Well, you know, I went with mam
ma to the dentist's today and"
"Oh, it waa the dentist, was iM"
"Not at all. I had my lovely now sil
ver handled umbrella with me, and I
leaned it against a chair in the waiting
room, determined not to lose sight of It.
A few minutes later in came a splendid
looking fellow with such a mustaoho
that I couldn't help smUing just a little
"Well, he leaned his cane against the
same chair, and it knocked my umbrella
down. We both stooped to pick it up,
and our hands met, and he said, 'Pardon
me,' and I blushed and said, 'Thank
"I hope you had the grace not to look
at him again."
"Well er, only once or twice, ana
each time ho was looking at mo in such
an admiring wayt At last mamma
came. As wo went out I forgot my um
brella and had to go back for it, and oh,
Dora, he started up and seemed about to
monV nnd I iust flew out to where
mamma was waiting. I knew I'd never
hear tho last of it if she caught me.'
"And servo you"
"Oh, and, Dora, when we got out I
looked back, and he was actually follow
"I h6pe you"
"I did until mamma told me,Bno was
not walking for a wager, and at laa,t he
caught up to us and lifted his hat.
.itto .n imldintr out something to mo
nnd saying, 'I beg your pardon, mica, but
A Poker Matinee.
"My wife," said'-itho tall, light haired
man, "ran across a new idea this morn
ing. It's rather ,good.too."
Then ho produced m swell looking card
on which was this:"Mrs. John Blank re
quests your company at a poker mati
nee in room 123,458, tho Flexington,
Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 3 o'clock. Limit,
"My wife," added the man, "got this
itoilay by mail, ahd came to me at once
for a 'stake.' She didn't get it. I read
her a lecturo on tho ovils of gambling
which itnulo her cry. I pictured to her
tliat a 23 cent limit game in which a lot
of inexperienced women aro mixed up is
likely to involve a heavy financial crash
before tho garao is over. Then I scowled
and asked her how it happened the in
vitation came to her. She said a friend
had played in a jnatineo held last week
and didn't loso more than $3 or $4. The
friend had insisted that Mrs. Blank
didn't playoight, andjt was a cut, and
dried schemo to havo all tho women in
the 'matinee set' get some pointers, goto
the next performance, and if necessary
expose the methods of Mrs. Blank.
"The matinees," concluded tho .man,
"I have found out, have been going on
for some time. Mrs. Blank, it seems, is
a New Yorker and is not' young., Bho
has formed an extensive acquaintance in
south side swell seta, and tho 'poker
mattneo is her invention. Shehaaono
d week, but I know ono little woman
who will not go into her 23 cent limit
game,'" Chicago Tribune.
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, S;
liarsh, brlttlo? Docs it spilt at the ends? lias it a i
lifeless appearances? Docs It fall out when combed or
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Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of
your symptoms be warned in time or you will become bald.
SkookumRoot Hair Grower;
li what you need. lu prodoeUon Is not an celasnt,but the retolt ei 'scientific"
research. Knowledge of the dhwawsot the hair and scalp led to thedlacoT. i
err of how to treat them. "Skookum "contains neither minerals nor o! a. It ,
It not a Dye. hut a delightfully cooling and ret reililng Toolo. 11 tUmnlatlnc ,
the rolllolea, ( ttopt falling hair, cure dundi-wjr and 0row hair m bald ,
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nar far 1 1 for E2.S0,
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On Meter System,
TO CONSUMER8 i
Thet?alm Liaht nnd Power Oomrnny at
great expen bnvo equipped their Kltctno
a rate loner
Light plant with tue most modern apparatus
ana aro now a nio to oner i
light than any sytem nn
than auy city on the coast.
Arc and Incandescent Light'
hig. Electric Motors tor all
purpqscs whore power is r
IleoMenees can be wired for as many light"
as desired and theioonsumers pay for only
such lights, ss are vised. This belug reglttciert
by arutleouio Meter. Office
179 Commercial Si,
T. J. KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 30th and Chemeketa Street.
;i.t.i.i..n. ig -r umbrella and-
sentenced to the ' You don't mean to eay"
t had leen carrying his cane
down tho street, and ho bad been cnwing
me to get it back."
"Well, I never," Baid tho other girl.
He Inaured the Cat.
a ..,.; wiv who wished to havo
Bomo fun at tho expense of an agent whp
had ofttimes solicited her to insure ner
eelf and family asked him on one occa
sion if ho would insure tho cat. Tho
acent, to the astonishment and no small
amusement of some friends, promptly
offered to do so, provided she paid the
first premium down. The lady, rt 1
thinking to hoax him, expressed her will
ingness to do so and placed a shilling on
.,." i..i.i. nmmt ouiokly produced
a proposal, filled in particu ars and ob
tained her signature, while those present,
were on tho tiptoe of expectancy aa to
what was to follow.
Now, madam, with your permission,
may I see the cat?" ho inquired.
'Certainly," she replied, at the same
.:.., mnHn! to a class case which, con-
umo l" o - L.-riUnw.
Stulieu reuuuuo w " -
One Woman's Experience.
Mrs. S. A. Williams, says The Wom
an's Tribune, makes her boast that she
has voted in Wyoming, Washington,
Utah, Oregon and Colorado and haa vot
ed for every officer in state and flatioipu
Although now n resident of .Colorado,
sho loves Wyoming, for it was there sho
cast her vote for president. Sho was
last year a resident in Arizona, but took
up her residonco in Wyoming, where sho
had before lived and voted, and remained
there six months to havo the privilege of
votinc for president,
Mrs. Williams haa had a unique and
interesting experience years ago in fruit
less prospecting in mining xeglons with
her husband, until they had spent the
last cent, eaten tho last slico of bacon
and had come to the last charge of blast
ing powder. Encouraging lier husoanu
for one moro effort, she held tho drill
while he struck tho blow for the inser
tion qf the powder. Returning from thqir
hiding to see thq effect of the explosion,
they found tho good silver ore scattered
all about. Sho helped her husband to
gather and market the ore, and their fori
tune was made.
l Mr8( Williams is now a widow, but at
tends to herrown business affaire and her
mining interests., Sho owns among flth
er stock one-fourth interest in tho cele
brated Zunl mine. Her namo appears
Jn corporation papers, but tho identity of
her sex is covered up like so many others
hv tho nse of initials only, Mrs. Wil-
Best meat and free delivery.
136 State Street.
-Brick and Ute-
Only 3 cents a day- delivered ot
J. L BENNETT & SON.
P. O. Bloolci i
MT Jhc 'North Si'eiBatihcr,
Hiya he hns not so'd out hat
simply mo v it h4hup to tho
old stnud t Llbetty slrett
Leave' orders at l flalem Im
provement Co., 66 Btate streeU
Colonial Da'tnes Celebrate.
The Colonial Dames of Maryland this
year gavo a tea on Oct. 10 to commomo
rato tho burning of the Peggy Stowart in
tho harbor of Annapolis in 1774. Many
poppjo still think that Peggy waa a
Colonial Darao horself , instead of a brig
of that name carrying a cargo of tea.
Tea, in thnt evontful year, had soveral
moro "drawings" in hot water than were
represented by tho Boston tea party.
Saw u White Iluuard.
It is stated that a whito buzzard was
killed by a hunter several miles north of
tho city last week. Tho only dlffercnco
between it nnd an ordinary buzzard was
its color. Tho bird was seen by Bevcral
persons flying in this vicinity together
with tho common black and brown buz
zards before it waa killod. Tampa (Fla.)
4S1 Harlot. Street.
lias the best facilities lormovlne; and rals.
Ins; houses. lave orders at uray Bros., or
address Halem, Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior i'oiots the
hnstantly removes and forever destroys on
ilectlonablehnlr. whether upon the hands.
liace. arniB or neck, without discoloration
I ir Injury to the most delicate akin.
iiamshasabrightson, a college graduate
and a promising orator.
And "Qldatber Time" Vept.
Pnntnin Dassett. "Old Father Time,"
as be has come to be called from his gray
Jocks and his custom of turning back
it ho hands of the senate clock before, each
inal adjournment or the senate, roceiveu
i severo shock at the recent session
Tho playful pastimo. of turning back
ho hands of tho clock may bo abandoned
jy tho vonerablo assistant doorkeeper in
ho future. Senator Mills regards this
kmstom as revolutionary, and ho so des
ignated it when the senate was in ex
ecutive session just prior to adjourn
ment, Tho hands of tho clock were
Swithtn a minute of tho hour of adjourn
toient tvhen Captain Baasett moandered
3n, and with the stick which ho employs
ifor this purpose turned tho hand back
isix minutcn. ...
He had hardly completed, tho perform
ance, when Senator Mills aroso to his
feet and iu a short eieech denounced
Shis practice as being fraught with great
'danger to the legality of senate proceed
ings. Ua said tho day might come when
si; ennnt would bo humiliated before
ithe whole country by having the validity
asfor nrty years the seoret 'ormuiam
HrantntiB Wllium. nrknnwlodeed hv nhVSl
:lans as the highest authority and l he
nnn. AminAnt. ri.irnniii)lr?iBt and hair sne
clallst that ever lived. Uurlnghls private
practice ol a liru-tlme among tne noouuy
nd aristocracy of kurope he prescribed
Mitaruiinn. t'rina. si hv mill, securely
. r ,. T ?j7 M...IU1 Unla
lacKfa i.x)rresponuonruwu.ucuni. ww
Mteni1 or zvnier.ua Auoreaa
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lent. IL57Houlli Klllh Avenue.New VorK
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE hoTWp. ,
Do yon wear thotn7 When mxt In need try P"')
Rest In tho world.
,. . - a -hnnw of derisive iUtugh-
ae, "Tl ii nrent. but to tlieir,
surprise and no little dismay tho agent, .0nts proceedings questioned for indulg
tuS. and bowing politely to the lady, w inv6wh child'- play. It U pW that
tunieu, b it,in. iinthe i!. i,in tlniutt went out into tho
There are many forms of
av forms or nervuu. u".....
In men that yield lo t be u e oi iw -
i'llls. Tho e who are troubled w""Yham
weakness, nlebt sweats, etc., shou.d try them.
Backaoh Is almost Immediately relieved by
-wearlnir one of ia'tr'sHmart vveed and Uei
ladonna Backache Plasters. Try one and be
lrea from pain. 1'rlce 35 cents.
For any case of nervousness, sieeplewne's,
wean stomach, lndiee ion. WfPfP'' T'S,
"arter'a Uttle Aervel'tlls. Ueliel r-1Ts?e
only nerve medicine for the price In market.
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers and Embalraers.
Cabluet work and repairing.
Court fctreet, Opposite Opera House,
8AI.KM, - - 0REG0N-
hn same time coouy P''6 .
shilling and placing it In his pocket, ex-
C ..Whe'n that cat dies, madam.kindly
call at our oflice anacia.u ""
money. Good morning.''-Tit-Bita.
The dark eyes of tho Indian girl were
""Papa," she announced with trem-
bimg &. ; j3Hn,h-
"Never mind, dear, repnea u
-,,.;: .ntl.lnMv. "In these hard
m the hose wooWMI "' "hr 't0 be wtlsfiod with
turned on him. ."OSlriSr of good bread .W.
anuw"! "-: ..- - . ,t without any u m .-.
NoTluie For Style.
Galen R. Edson, a verifable repre
sentative of Yankeedom. who is also one
of thebestknown travelings, was one
of the guests who narrowly escaped from
?he burning hotel in Toledo recently.
Mr, Edson said that when aroused from
rieenhe found his retreat cut off. He
Bleep uu ,... iv,Br nnd was
tied Beverai buucw wb"-- - , ,
atea "to lower himself from the third
story window, when ttie firo chief told
fV'V-Y i . nttomnted to come down
mm "-" fir. hMe Would be
in maw """""
over 200 ix)unds ';KX roast 'beef, without any .
SSS totomTa umbrella from the
K .f his head. He wore no trou-
. that garment being about his neck,
eers, tnat b"" MVPr(.a bv red flan-
nnd bis iw-";:- v nntflnd
nu B..V-- -.-;. 'rMt of the
SeVhTLkerdown'the long ladder
Our Crasa For Wcneas.
fnr "Uniess evidences
lie Was Mistaken.
LJI ..i Ui
rmrjiritA wiuww&a w
dJir iaiVfiSl AffUrfll
the venerable Uassett went ous inw iuo
corridor anu wept. mw n-tw
Mr. Lionel Decle, in an account of the
marriage, customs of the Matabele, men
tions one feature wuich is, wo iuo,
nulto singular. Tito husband does not
.buy hla wife and, although there Is ft
suggestion of a memory pf marriage by
capture in the details of courting and in
thp avpldanco of the parento-ln-law, she
would appear to remain her fatbera
nrooerty. When children aro oorn, iuo
father lias to ouy wcui w .. -law,
or, falling this, they revert to the
The Victoria rullwiiy bridgo over
, rl Lawrcnco at Montreal, con
tain 3,000,000 cubic foot ol masonry
work and 10.600 tona of iron.
I is the line to tab
To all Points East and South.
It Is the dining car rente. It runs through,
vestibule trains, every day in the year to
ST. PAOL AND CHICAGO
;tNo change of ears.)
Composed of dining cars unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
ruumnu 0f jatert equfpmeni
Best that can be constructed and Inwhloh
acoommodatUn are both Iree and Iu
nlsbed for holders of first ad second-ehus
ELEGANT DAY COACHES
Aoontlnuots line oonnnetlne with nil
lines, anordlng direct and uninterrupted
service, ., .
Pullman sliepo wprvatlons can hese
cured in advinto ti.rougk any agent of
1 Through tickets to and from all points
In America, Kngland and Kurope can b
purohasedat any ticket ofltce ol this aim-
plKuli Information concerninswiw, tlin;
of tralns.routcsandotherdeUIls furnished
-on application nyenu.
Assistant Oeneral Jusenwer Agent, o,
121 Klrat street, or. Washltxtontrort
Bhaw & Downino, AgeutB.
If ywfwant ! DRESS 8H0L mid In tj UUtl
.k.1 J au . B ta t.B. tnr mv S3, $3.50, (4.00 or
$ J Shoe, They lit equal to tuttom mad nod look mi
u I .'..1.1... .f..l UA..rnAlu.ar.
ITMWell, IV0liniOKOngmniji .v.-,
it io by purehiifng W, L, Dwgl Shoss. Nimn v
price tUmped on tho bottom, look (of It when you bs
W X- DOOaUlfl, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
I'llOFKaSlONAh ANU HUSINESaOAIlDS.
it. n'mor. OKO.O.JUMOIIAU.
D 'Alloy A HINailAM. Attorneys at Law,
lloninal.S and 5, IVArey Building. Ml
I??". i-.-i.i ..lnllr,ti fflvsn UlT)Ul-
nSiTjnthe supreme and circuit eourUof the
MIMOX FOBU. Attorney M .WW, e.n,
iiregoa. um minu m -..-...
r T J. IliaoKll, Attoi ney at uwalew, Ore-
unica over Hush's bank
T J.BIIAW. M. W. HUNT HII AW 4 HUNT
J .Attorneys at law. Offlre over Capital
Rational bank, Halem, Oregon.
rOHN A. OAIlON. Attorney at law, rooms
I 8 and 4, Bush bank building, Halem.Or.
W. H.IUHM I'M.
nONIIAM 4 HOI.MKH, Attorneys at law.
13 omce In Hush block, between UUUand
oiirt, on Uotnmerclal street.
SALT LAKE,". DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
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VIBOR 0F MEN
teayes Boise's dock Mondays. Wdnesrtyn
and Fridays 7;3 a. m , rrlvU In rortiano a
UETURNINO, leaves mrtland Tueoays,
Thursdays and Haturday t f , m.
Kaat time for paaaenger service; no way
landing frelbt handled.
HOUND TniP(unllml'ed) tiOO. Oneway,
MBAtS 88 OENT8.
Vor frljtot rate teUnr t0,ffi:
id Wrihiin ll,nmaii block. M-M
SSJK A taMtaff Dff . WjBta?e!L -w in , hurry. Bern.
JuJOlu.w-v -- . TbeUiani' .'on er i""'"L.r
comin2auaub. ork u o, other day. luaps-"
wr oi vUMnV ,.t an that beifiut
feet tognj 3- wniitlr "y
6eemn.it U only "PaLmrfe c;0
. ... "tie juaouu."
YTXTZ n;d Lai bo fewer
atnrien. There are
r.ear to thin, hut
I shall M cnarw.M
several that corne
the Slanhattan Uie
builoUng wm "
- -- .j tinilllllllT ' ! -
Assurance wmpany;" thongbltin ing very joou v w
the highest w "-1"""-' leM tUan are beaded. - r,-"t,vW All right, r
aod all Ihr If aloof tl
tiou tarty tnott or lau
tuuwUl reaull W
tf(.i(Iupaial sod tua
ttttn n S rf orssaaod
,1 cnlleo.lnna roads ai.d promptly remiueo.
ftuipby block, tor HUtte and" Oomii.erclal
at reels, rialem, Oregon.
WO.KNIOIITON-Arehltect and urvrln.
tendent. Ontee, rooms J and 8 """
v ltlCUt!. Ktnograplifr and rjp
Jt..f.tU ii.riulS ooh tJPewrlllngqf.
Mbut one In Oregon. Oyt Uush's bank,
. oavhTui- "V9.nf.U.0L!ieiW.
Dlt A IJAVH. jat rsturaaww" -"
' yo'rk,glvsptcl.Il'otlon U the di..
cases of wo.n.a and children, poae, Ibroat,
lunr kidneys, skin dtaraaes and surgery.
Offl& mH&eV 104 "tete street. Conauu.
llou f rom to 1 J a. in ud a U i p tn. Vta
Hours l""cke, 'Tct mi K""'
Through Pullman and Tourltt Simper, Free
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Can.
y or rates an A general Information oall on
or ad drew,
W. H. HUIIUIUIIT, Ast, O. V, A
Vi WasktngUin tiu. UorJd
San Francisco, Cal.
IB A MKDH'ATj ANU HUltdlOAL, INRTI
Tf'TB, located permanently at 718 Ma'Ket
f-tre",Ban Kranclioo, Cai., ft.r the cure or all
( Isms a, aftllctlnns and defonnltles. A etaff
t-i physicians and surgeons, having dlploinaa
ai.L .im endorstment of the brat college ot
America nnd i.unipe nsiiie specm isw who
havo bad louirekper enco In treating special
and chrunlo dlaeases, nio In cotiktunnUUna-
anoe. A pharmacy is atiaouea, ana nu pr-
rlptlnns lllled (ree or cnarge,
ifd.Offt TrlHl Bettlo
$R.0 Full Course
Hnflercrs from Asthma, minimalism, Con.
sumitllon. Catarrh. Uyspepsla, lndlgestloo,
Kcrofuls.Kpllepsy, Female Weakne.TiKr,,
llesrt Oin-one, llioiichltls, Kru pilous, t-alc
Ilbcum, Haldness.Tnceworro. iefnfis, yiijr
sexual UlHeaie. Uist Manhood, Malaria, Url.
nury Troubles, Vlles. Iliwel Troubleii vhvAtt
toueult at onoo. Low charts, wilhl" ths
rvnchol all, combined with tho best medical
and surgical skill.
Young, Middle Aged andOId Mea
lm. .. 1,. .i.norlnir from YOUTIIKIIL
KOLl.IIJM, or the excesses of tnaluied Ill
should cousullatonce, before It is too laUj
thcsevrurnn prnctlltnners whe liav no equstl
ln,th UultedVttates, as they can and wl f re
store to you perlect health when all other
Broken Down Coflsl(fulions
are rejuvenated and manly vigor restored r
their new and wonderful melbbdB of treat
inent, No lujuilous drugs used. Worn outr
buslnesi ineuj call fot advice, JPJ"r Jl
ire sutlerlng iiam Nervous llebfllly or lalllnk
power of a5y disease of the Kye, fcar.ThrpaC
rungs. Jleaft, Htoinach, Bkln, 'Kidneys, or
Cured In the shortest time by vte
inr n 1 1 strong healthy and vigorous
ARt YUU as you should be T Are you
free from every tra'e of dlawae or slckneasf
So you look veilT IM you feel welrt or t there;
aorno I hroulo Trouble; which, like '",
worm lu tho buddinu flower, U rapidly d
stroylns jour very vitals.
iesnes, ira juui;.vjr . . :":,""" "-r.-sviv
d'suaam txTUllar 10 their sex, consult these
$1,00 TRIAL BOTTLE AMnnp
$5.00 FULL COURSE
THE LONDON MEDICAL and
719 Market Street
San Francisco, Cl
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np. aataral lbuJ.
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taiikxi ttouti ) ft-
ERIE KEDICAL CO.
Uff ALO. M. V.
CIU)WNK. U X-i t'hyalcUo uud HUt
a.llJr' f.a. Muroiiy biojki residence,
1LT O HUITII, lntwt. HUUj strei
'Il.m.Ori(ou: yinlsbsd dtnUl opera.
ions of ttrr deacnption. riu v-.-
W lions and
eiuM ol buildings.
supenniennfuro u ",
Uiuvm ww vwm"""'
treet. op stairs.
n-an Vines for Sale.
-!.... ..iid several thousand
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8ood .trohg two-year w P """
fi.rsUlnif'Ul, tiw.flwl varlllM, U
QONH OK VCTKKANH.-HampUr OamNo.
MONEY TO LOAN
On In pr ived IUal KalaU. lo amount and
FEAR & FORD,
Kooro 11. liostt tunk btoek. I lWw
t, A. IELWOOO, iworiwr,
The Oregon Land Co.,
A ..IIIhsi 9mk Issntlsl
fruit U bow grow
SHVKT 1INK t (3ALirU
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS. '
H. (U WIIXAMKTTK YAl-WCr--
LoATts an Vrnaeueo, Nov.oth. Ulb 4 Mt
UmvM YaqulM, Vor. Wt, JtS, ,
ItATJW ALWATtH HATWrAgTOHT.
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