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HOW -TO .EAT OYSTERS. , ,
Haw by; All , Mcnni Ift,Yoi Must Cook
Them, Try a Rnsat. , ,
To tho pure lorerof oysters it is
always an opon question whether a
rooked oyster can bo considered n.3
having any longer a claim to his
name; -America is tho only country
in the world where oyBters can bo
cooked so as .to retain. any,portion,of
tueir original Kraco. xlio French
cook can cunninclv distribute one
oyster over IS pates, so that each
Iiato will taste as if a whole oyster
104. been cooked in it But this is.,
merely tho flavor .-of oy8ters. -Tho
chief use. which -the English cook
makes of oysters is to add them to
white soup as a variant.
Tho common methods o( cooking
oysters, in is countryi are. tay. stew
ing, frying and roasting them, and
.it..must bq admitted that the average
cook in an oyster restaurant is ex
ceedingly skillful in heating tho oys
ter through without forcing him to
coagulate. Those who want to ab
sorb oysters, without eating them
raw should try them roasted, aB this
method of.cpoking.best preserves tho
The true way to enjoy an oyster is
to eat him raw on his half shell,
fresh from tho hands of the man
who opens his shell. If the oyster
19 ,fre8h and in good condition, he
will need no additions. There be
barbarians who .cover him with
catchup, of whom we take no ac
count Others there aro who sprin
kle him with white pepper for their
Btomachs' sako, and with these wo
have no quarrel if they acknowledge
their complaint. Somo add cayenne
pepper or tabasco sauce, so that they
may destroy their sense of taste un
til they have Bwallowed their oyster.
A squeeze of lemon is sometimes
necessary when the oyster has been
sojouraing in fresh water and baa
not his proper salty flavor. But your
right oyster, engulfed .by tho right
man, necdB no condiments. Ke
stands alone on his merits and finds
comfortablo homo wherever no
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jovi; uui'XAfrbtmmmv?A$i yjRWS9.w8'
ipilfcAsJJtViggW Jjl-I. Iff I,
Bat It Wrought a V.dirful Cbng, In
the nyfnjr nnll' Faoe.," ,
Ho was a .bounty iumner and hnfl
been shot down while trying o ts-J
rape irom tne guarunouse. Ho was
a burly, big man, fierce of look and
rough of speech, and when thoy
As Others Sen TT)em.
Thcro orp two or tljrijo clover Botrcsea
now in h"n city who, avo discovered a
tnmofortho first Utno they hie away to
the Crystal Maze on tho corner of Thlr
tyeighth Btrcet and Broadway. There
they walk through the labyrinth of mir-
brought him into the hosoital ho mranml Html vthae&ect of their ralmnnt
uureuu uuu ravoa m a way to maKp
you chill. Ho had received a mortal
wound, but death had no terrors for
uim. When the surgeon told hinv
that he must dig within, hours, ljo,
i "Bah I What6f itt The only favor
I have to ask is. that yqu keep eniyel
ers away. I want no nraym and
Bingin about mo I"
Ho had, boepayflckedjinan, Ho
boasted of it He ridiculed, the idea
of a hereafter and cursed tho, Biblo
anarongion. Jden ana women oamo
from every point of. view. Inone place
thpy, can seo, themselves walking appar
ently So o'r SO feet ahead and observe
themB'lrenflsaoyy as.tiey appear to the
to speak with him, so that he mfgpt
not die as a dog, but ho mocked and
cursed them. We who were, watch
ing for tho end saw tho shadow of
death when it felL Ho realized (that
life was ebbing, but still he cursed
and reviled. An hQur before he .died
tho wife of a wounded sergoant came
to visit her husband. , Sjie brought
with her a.littlo fair haired girl of i
or 5 years old, and as she talked tho
child slipped away and wandered up
and down the aisles to inspect tho
cots, and their occupants. A scoro of
us tried tocoax her nearer,, bu she,
was coy and bashful.
When she reached tljecqtwherepq,
lay the bounty jumper, tho pallor of
death on his face, but fighting, the
enpftiyp n.wnv. idio naused and stared
at him. When ho saw her, a smil.q I, wreck or
audience in front of the footliahts. Harrv
Miner', Gliai'lei'Frohman, Rice and other
tnnnatfqrafcro mrtieato.tho Bchemoand
itfsthrpugh their intervention tiatMnn
agcr Seetnan will turn on the lights in
the mornipapr after hours and giro the
women the opportunity they desire.
Throuch the Metor Zop,
oet is the plunge the earth takes through
the .meteor , jone. This xone ii an in
menso ellipse, containing an innumero
le number of meteors, which make a
revolution in about 80 years. The earth
on ordinary years does not encounter the
great BhoaLorwaOTbat every U3jr ears
aho passea throughth midst of it, and
there) is a superb display of celestial pyr
.otcchnics. Tho Wetoors are spreading
far .and wide throdgh the zone or ring,
and thiat seems, to indicate that in, the
distant future they will fill, every jpor-l
tion orif. vynon vnis wxesiRce, .tna
ahowers will bo more nearlyequalbsed
.. .- . . ,11.. i.j'rj".
.. . . t .,. a. On tfeter System'
What Is tho condition of yours? Is your hair dry, r
harsh, brittlo? Poci it split at tho ends? lias It n w
lifeless appearance? Does It fall out when combed or J
brushed? Is It full of dandruff ?, Doesyour scalp Itch? 3
Is it dry or In a heated conditio? If Jhbse farti someof
Id rhttnn hmuI. T tlrMuflUOn II nOln tlTCIUOn. UUI ibd rrPiiviwuiM.w -
""TT7J '.7"-VZ ' u. Ji.usAf V,liliJtii IMMUfl ta IBftdUODT
7JXHX. ."".".'?VK BSS-MnTitfoTrniralTn oltiT 'U
TO CONSUMERS S
TheHalom UghVand Iowr.PSPy. l
ereat nxpense have equipped their wwstno,
plght plant with, iheflit modtrn apps-ralU;
AniaHeiiow.W 'pflcr the. pbblloabeti'r
light Ihnn aW, Tteni Andat u wte lower
than a ay rltyob the canst.
,h fniniM ji .(no. rniitnn hair, cyiru daadnUT anil grow aairmoaia
......, w.,. tf w . - ,
nd we win torwsro T
. .1 .. .1 ".
f w- Cun the scalD clssa, hettthy. and tree rram irntattag 'nipuoni.
n ltVrowlrte'aootTCpjTyonMad dtrsel to oa, .and wwrt tonrtri ,
THB SKOOKOn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
vttr. MAUX 0 B'ontV'FtRh Avenae, Kew , n. x. J
Arc atul Incnmli'KCcnt
lug. loctrie Motoi-s lor l(
purposes where power Is ro
"BoVltence can bt wired for as many lights
as I desired and the consumers ipy for opl?
sSeSughUaaawused. Thj beine reglsteied
that is, there will be larger ahwera
every year,' while the jrrand display' will'
aiminifltt. unicatro uoraia.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Geo. Fondrich, v
Best meat and free delivery.
136 Mate Street.
J. E. mUrmly.
- BVENIliTG JOURNAL,
Only 3 oenU a day delivered at
i your door.
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. T It 1
' J; L BENNETT k SON.! ,
Qim hM lina
simply moved hlhop td tfca.
Md Wua ,.at,'X4Betvy; iwv,
Steam Wood Saw.
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Leave" orders at Balem Im
provement Co- W State street, ,
' Altwasto paper in tho United" States
derjartnient of Btato which is of a pri-
ririush Admiru,9 hx Drowned. , lVato diplomatio nature is burned in the
;8lrGeorgoTryon ia the. fourth British open fireplace in the secretary's own
Sold by Baskett & Van Blype.
A Child Selied by a Coyote.
During tho night recently n coyoto
came up to. the ranchhouse of D. S.
Thomas near Arizola, where the
families of the men employed on the
ranch, Simon West and Manuel Ma
rino, were sleeping, out of doors, the
West family on the east sido of tho
building, the Marino family on the
north. Tbe tracks o tne onimai
showed that it passea tne cot wnero
tho Wests were sleeping, uomg to
the north side, the voracious Deast
seized by the arm a little girl about
6 years of age, dragged her from her
cot and around tho house in tnedi-
,-nr.Hnn wllfinCB U6 CamO.
The outcries of the child quickly
aroused every one, and they were
not long in determining the cause.
Mr West ran into the house and got
a pistol. As he came of tbe door
Mrs. West called that the beast was
ocinrr i,av cot. The cries, of tho
SiyKWSW,S& foM however, wero sufficienttolo-
.-.nwWnsfSk 1 . 1nM Skis-van
wimmrft TTT.VjI known br-mOlitttt
wnen -warm., J
no nn.5lil.Km! PILE REMEDY.
mileh au directly 'on parts J"1
OLINGER & RIGDUiN,
Cabinet work and repairing.
Court Street. Opposite Opera House, ,
SAM?M, - - URK0.
'A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
a moT.m.nt of the bowels e ili'f?...
rhelth. Theso pliu supply, "5v fftShtm
m Stss and oltar tbe Complexion ".??"
osmetlos. They act mildly, neither erlpe noj
ileken u other pIUs do. To oon vlnoaj mot thir .
nerlU wo mMl esmpjee trie, or Ja "fj ,1
verywher JBcanka MedLCo, yUUdelphls.
Bold by Bashett &VaMiWl.
.,4-n Ua vvhArpnDOUlS. Vt.UlUKV4o
Mr. West placed, muzzle i of the
fired. The ImTmoUreleased ity hold
and fell dead. JSia cbilasevere
ly bitten, aud herfara waconsidcr
ably bruised from contact with the
Wound as bho was being-dragged.-
Then. Cards Were Sent Out.
Agonyof mind distort Jber classic
features. Kneeling upon tho tufted
floor of the front parlpr,l8UP heldier
clasped hands aloft.
llWhnt rinVB A UUUB, duv . -, .
"that I should be ihus cpi
Than she went on (o watoamd
Bob3 how many young and eligible
Bro0n had come Jocall on her; how
they had unuormiy iu.rr"--
flitted over his face, and the fierce
light died out of his eyes for thaflret
time. He beckoned her to approach,
and to our great surprise she hesitat
ingly advanced until she stood beside
his 'cot The mqther rose up in aWpi,
but the nurse whispered to hernotjto
call the child.
"Is you sick?" queried the little
one; ns the man reached out nia nana
and touched her golden curls. ...
"Aye, child, Tm dying 1" he whis
pered. "And ain't you got nobody.to speak
. "I didn't want, them.," ,,
"But you wanted me, didn't you !,"
"Yes God bless you I" '
"Is you shot just like papa?"
"I's so sorry. I guess 111 kiss you.'!
As her lips touched his cheejr, the
death rattle in bis. throatfrightcned.
hor. and she ran away.ronor raouwr.
The kisswas still warm when his
eyes closed, his head ,fell bock, &nq
he, shivered and dietL. ,.
"See the wonderful change in his.
facel" wbispgred a nvjrse, ,
Ave I it was wondertul. ine nara
lines had melted out, and there was 1
n smile hovering about tuo moutn.
That savage expression, which had
inffiTiRififtd as the hours passed and
the end came nearer, had been kissed,
away by tho little child., nut ror ner
hg would have died cursing his.Gpfl.
Mayhap, in tho seconds, between the
iiss and dissolution.-ho had asked for
.mercy. Detroit Free Press.-
Books With Their Backs to the Wall, ,
Tho library in Wimborpq, Minuter
V today as perfect .ft, specimen, m,
Suld anywhere bo seen jn medunyal,
wi,,nf tho inverted order of rang
ing books. Near the middle of the
south aislo a door opens into a ves
try from which we ascend into tho
minster library, formerly called. tho
1" ' , --I.1 nnmlvir Vdll .
, 'ine yonunws, puu w "kxv.t
Ua nn 4iin Rbelves with the- cut
edges, pf their loaTea.tqward.thosW
TTfLT ott. iidlf dozen turned
Tnrnr iiAiuLiL ok . . ... ... -.
about in modern fosli on by accent
LJ Vnl fViarsn nm K2 VOl-
KJU tw m2'w
o has lost bu lffe by'ship-' room.
usier unconaocteu mm .wur- a forffo n Montreal appearea latoiy at
tho altar with her pet canary fastened to
(am elnr-n thn herHnnlntr of the lost cen
tury.' In 'Octbbe'ri i7bT, sYr Cloudesiey
Shovel shared tho fato of tho crew of the
Association, and 6n Aug. 29, 1783, Ad
miral Kempenfelt . was drowned by the
"heeling over" of tho Royal George,
Tho great loss of Hfp, by tll8 jinking of
the Victoria is ascribed to Jier suddenly
heeling over, as.ifl thj.cas p(, he Royal
Georco. but tho present catastrophe is,
by comparison, not nearly as appalling
as tno snipwrecK oi wo du unugo, mo
Defense and tho Hero on tho coast or
Jutland in '1811, when Admiral Reynolds
and 2.000.. Bailors perished. London
The Forty Immortals of London.
Holty toityl Hero comes the great
Lady Charles Beresford with the as
tonndini. statement .that the reolLon-
doajpoietyeanslBta pf .only B" pr. 40 fan,
.her shoulder by a golden chain. During
tho Imarringo ceremony tne oiru uroao
Itjiseaid that thoro is no caBO on rec
ord in Massachusetts where, a verdict
'having boon sot aside in a capital caso
and) a second trial grameu, a conviciiou
In Germany, when tho vote of the
nrv ofnmln six acalust six. the prisoner
is acquitted, a vote oi bovcu uB""k
five leaves the decision to tho court, and
in a vote of eight against four tin
prisoner is convicted.
. 451 Mario Jtwet,
Uas the best facilities lor moving and rats,
ins bouses, lieave orders at Uray Bros., or
ilieBlihe ncludw.in this list tposo wno,
are there .by right arid whom nothing
a their forthneflBur-
m, MmnvA nA loner
vive. ' 'itwoulcl almos't aeem that "th'6 B0
or ,40 families who have this great dis
tinption in London wonld feel lonesome
i?..r nmonor tho hundreds of men and
women who aro not entitled tp class,
themeijlves in fashionable socioty, Ipv
( For Krenlng Company.
Delicate sandwiches aro a hico addi
tion to any menu for an evening com
pafiy. They, aro generally placed n.
somo,fancy dish, and Passed. to.tftB?0!,
nsilst in serving if tho affair is ail' In,
rf0rihe"ni1n WataWd fScf'
-OOOUOOUOUOOO OuOUuJUOoCki UvAAAi.
HlnBtantly removes and forever destroys ob-
ffjeptlonable hair, wneiner upon ine nanuB.
iac. arms or neca, wuuouv ui.w.yn-""-
dr injury to tne mosi oeucaio aiu. ;
was for any years tho secret 'ormul a nl
iranontna uiiann oMrnnvinnirfln ii v mivni
clkns as ihe highest authority and the
roost eminent dermatojogist and balrspe
olallst that ever lived. Uurlnghls private
pfactloe ol a life-time among the nobility
ind aristocrucy of Europe he prescribed
i,h,.in. i"H ii liv mn. senreiy
,u...vw. ...-. - inAllnl Unlnl
tiacaeo, iBrrapoiiotuiuuuuuouH. ---
ftKeuiB lur niiiwii -.
. Tilt SK00KUH ROOT HAIR GROWER 'U.
ept, H. 67Houth Filth Avenue.NeW YorK I
, S3 SHOE hoTOp,
.D jw weaf them? Wkett next la need try a pair.
est In tho world.
THE BEbT OP THE
Farm Crops and. Processes,
Horticulture & Fruit-Growing,
Live-Htock and Dairying,
While it also includes all luor dep-intnenU
f Rural Interest, such as the Foul try Taro
Entomology, Itec-RMpInK, gSgSK,
urapijry, vienuary iwh" - wimMlic
and Answer, Flro.ldo HnW&J&SttbS
Kcononir.and a inmrarj or tho New oi iu
Week. iwMAitKRr Itai-oiTO n?Ill!Sih
eoaiplete. and intt.-h 't"0.' J, 'SJunSn
ProKpe- ts oft be r.p-, as fliiiinwt
one of t ha most important "t a1',aM?ii lfber
Wneuto Uuy and When to Sell. .It l i""
allv lllu trat2d.-:ndby UEOKNT JgJ.'f'
jur-.-ii cuniains mure i? ""Jt.. rri. si VI ner
ever tw-fira Tliamnscrlmlon lr!eI.JJ'ra
year, but wo offer a rtl'ETiUAt. REUU.'
CLUB RATES FOR 1894.
Two Subcrlption$. la oaa remittance, $4
Six Subtcrloton, do do 0
n advance nw, we will ed?.e,frtT?2n.
Iy, Trom pur reoelpt of the remllUnee, to Jan
nary 1st, MM. without charge
Specimen roplwi free. Addrew
J.CTaKR,TCCKKit oi(, fntliberi,t
I" love- how thoy had suddenly become
ffi'taXtoft with a few perfunctory
words of farewell, ..
Seaven help mel". sho cned, with
an ?he eai-nestness of a distneted
"il even as sh. spok breeze
stole into the wm--- -
turned her coomngu""
yeunther month hadpassed
Eight Women Colonels.
wl.Ie L X, Zc Charles of Prus-J
ijnaw ricuv-.- . j
tb,e9. nuchessof Connaugbt;
umes, 10 of which, forming a Bet, aro
5Seseof others ,bed.,
.. n Rovaral books.of tbe 47
dn a lower shelf. Each tonighoth-.
er above or below, is ww-,
chain riveted Jute tte.Iet mdo of.-the.
cover, which also has a ring fasten
to an iron bar, ninnipg along tho
edeo of tho shelf. A sloping consul
?Ki7 vorvmucb like a prie-
low tho shelf. -Notes' and, Queries.. ,
Bright Housekeepers us
From Teninol or Interior pojnti tljj u
I ;ls the line to take
To all Joints East apd South,,
It Is the dining car rout, it runs through
vestibule trains; every day lntheyeayw
ST. PADL 11 CHICAGO,.
;(No change of ears.)
Composed of dining cars tensurpassee:,
. ' i rullmaa drawing room sleepers . .
' ! ' ru"um"" Of Utest aqnlpraeat
toing. Cars , .
llest that can be ooastrncted and In which
atommodatla aro both -tree aad-lur,
ntabed for holftera of first and .soqnd-!lass
ELEGANT DAY COACHES. t
lAoontlnnora line oonnertlng with all
lines, anordlng dlrwst and uninterrupted
"tl'u'nman sltepo wr-rrotlons ran be so
cired in advmco U.vcngh any agent of
n,i.nHh .InWMti (, anil rrom all TlOlnts
Kull Information roncernitiii, nt, tiiuj
a j it. j.
MARKET STREET ..
San Francisco, Cal, t
IS A MKDI'VU AND BUItaiOAli IN8TI;
T"TK, located permanently at 718 Ma;kot
Mrs ", nan rrancisco, uMi,-.-r iu v"", ",
t Imt i is, amictlnns and deformities., . A ; taff a
hi pnyjiciaus ana urniu1 """'I ' ",,,''i","r. ,
bl .u endorstment of the ot$1. coUtHM fit . i (
America and J-.umpe, aillleA spec ft Isia, who. .
I long experience m ii "f"r
In Worcester, England, is a Btono
erected over the grave of, aJepaxtod
gTaveyard, ta addition M&
ft tL deceased and the datqof, death.
r i , ih Duchess of uonnnug""
e.riani8' ',th burcb. Bister e:
the uucut s - -and ef.Q
iVhllo There's Life. Kie.
a rnfessor in explaining to
, ffS Sdiea the theory a
WU1 no longer be Miss B- j
"I really bI I Bian,t',,v twn
wrii fetf ft
"I think it must we ""r. !.
" 7;.7t.a nariif in med mv
a.BWUUr :,; wu,.' ivo & a
Btare "Asleep (as iwagjjj fy
Smbstone of a WjM
: .!, v-nnw himwelL ana. ,f
m l called for" is carved on a grave
lln Cane Hill cemetery. Beif it ,
h Great first emperor Af. PHBWys
b" fwTworolonly. .'CaralpagP.o,-
the New SftorteningM place
of lard. That's why Phy
the HeaWrful Shortewps, fri
place of jaTlitv&wby
cooking Experts Endorsk
the use of
the Vegetable Shortening, .In
stead of Urd, and that's why
Competitors Imitate a
instead of selling lard.
Watch the name.,. Get
COTTOLENE. Accept nO
RgrUSC ALL SUBSTITUTES.
ST. LOUIS na
CHICAGO, HtW YORIt,
ir.t.1., nnrss SHOE, mido tnthsUt!
tbd des't p ,U to tt, tr 17 $3, W?tfM "
ii Shoe. iWtt squtl to euitom mide ind look i
j. .. l l...f W. L. D mi rill Shoit. Ntme M
price lUmped es the beltom, look fer It whea ytw kjr
PBOFEHBIOMAI. AND BtJSlNESSOABDB.
In America, lCngland and Kurope eon bo
purchased at any Uoket pfllee of tbs com-
on application to any arenuy
Assistant Central Psen.-er AKnl,o.
121 First strwt, of WashlnKloni rtrU
Shaw & Downino. Agents,
rr isai sav jp . r .
hnVA liftrt Inn? einar,
unHMliMinlnsila.aMsaiiiil.Hrn ltl COiatACjL.I
UM UIMWUIV.W - .. l...r.4 'kII
Aline. Apnnrnwy i wvmcuou, uuu
m.rip"ODnueairoui cunte . w
91.00 Trial" Bdttle
$5.00 Full Course "
HuBerers Irom Asthma, niimma, urn, bon-
umptlon. Catarrh. Dyinepsls, In'Wtl'
Berofuls. Kpilepsy, Keiiiaio Wtaaneae.tanMiy ,
Heart ilwase, llioorbltls, Kruptlous, cfU
llhium. Baldness, TaMWormj-Ue-aness. -Hexual'blwase.l-ost
Manhood, Malaria. Uri- ,
niry Troubles, Piles. Iliwel Troubles, shoaia
consult, at oueo. low f.hI!t,,, 'SIjiKK
reach of all. combined with the best medical
and surgical skill,
Young, Middle Aged and Old Meiu
Wfco msy- be suflerlDg frt.h VOiSTriKUli
WtAMZH. or the excesses of matnfd. Uf, ,
shoiild consult at once. beMre It la 100 late:
tbiii veteran practlilnnerl whah&ve bo etiuat
t - .- j .. .1.. ..' .. ii. u. . Knn as 1 s svsrw.
i fit i tea niBiui wm tucjr wu ns."iu -
stiirsto vou perfect nea n wnen nu ymm
Broken Down Constitutions
are rrJUTenated and manly ';o'XJlJr
their new and wonderful method of trtt
TVAROY A BINGHAM, Attorneys at liw.
D ItSomf 1. 3 and , IArcy Building. HI
KuiSit Special altent on given to fuyl.
nlnlhVsnpmnTand circuit couruof the
sute. a "
SsTlng Tf'!bJ. ,
.tt, trill wo go .tbropgn
iiu., i -j vi-a-in
i" aaueu uuv uwi -- . . .. .
Wo want to.avpidno"ana
"That's all "gut, " -r r ; -, ..
IVe got H fixed."
"J2Zl -.. n tho PullrflAAK?'
1 ton Btr
A tBtf ITVd
rnll-MON KOBD, Attorney at law, Salem.
T "regoa. umA upstairs In Patton blocb
rT J. BIOOKU. Attoiney at laWjHalem.Ore-
l gOO UUlCfl"" "- "
.1. Attornejrs i iaw. w.. -. -
National banlc.Halem, Oregon.
"ToTuTaT OAIltON, Attorney at law. rtwms
J a and 4, Busb twtt puuums, r.....,.
SALT LAKE,!. DENVER,:
OMAHA, KAN?A& CITY, .
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
I EASTERN CITIES
Mo Inlnibiue drugs osed. .worn out
ei meni call foi advice, MPMUhy II tost
it linNHAM. W.ll. MtnJsw
roNHAM IIOL.MBH, Attorneys at law
R omcVlu BusbbleclJ: between BUtaand
, oiirt, 00 Commercial street.
TOHN BAYNE. ATTOBNKY'AT.' AW.
Mreu alni, Oregon. 4i.ii.
Wo KNIOHTON-Arcbltect and uperin'
HUnographsr and T,p.
M nrrfSg" Btnur,P.Vrl.
n&ouron. in 0?egon. 0er Vush's
am Quicker t, , nd K.n-
Through Pullman and Tourlit Sleepers, free
Reclining Chalf gaff, uming var,
" "" ' '"'." . . . as... tiiafanr' NW
n. w., "-;"-' "Vi.-
. .. .,....... .,1.,'KT rmu.iwvj
.nn firac. Huryui w.w.-,
a llBOWNK, M.
..' - .....' ikti.t. in BisU street
lions a specialty,
..r 11 I'IKlll
JV linns, and
tUMi ol buildings
.Ueet, up stairs.
ri. II. 'I. uuniiMa
tor rate and geaeral tntormaUon call on
ora4dr, .. .
VA Washington U.OorJtd
wiVer.of any dUease of tbe Bye, Kr,Throi
JXai'. heart" BloBiaon, Mkln, 'Kidneys,
Cured In the shortest tlmeby rfls8-
nr -k ias stmn healthy and vlsorous
Ant I UU asyju should Vt Are you .
free from eterytra. oof dlswtse iir sleauwwT J
l Vou look well? lo you fl Wil f W is lhr I
Jolnerhruulo'rrouliu' which. llk ft5r
worm I u the budding owir, is rapidly oa
strovloi lour very vnals
ttTn.UlslluO", Palua n theOtaaa or ildefaa.
SSeaSTprculW' to tbelr sex, consult the.
$l.0Q TRIAL B0HLE
$5.00 FULJ. COURSE
(rub irumnv ui?hliiI .nJ J i U
lqiWii! fw f
719 Market Street
n..v....-j rj--- --,
T r..M., tin rVkfrittieie
lywm wry -
CiONH OY VCTKKANB.-BampUr Camp va,
S I Honaol Veurans. U.ii V?t T
MONEY TO LOAN ....
OnlffT4 Beal KiUU. In amotinU ane
SmaloaSir JeJay to eoMllrjnj Joans,
FEAR . FORD,
Hocm 13, Bush Basic block,' 1 13l
$. a, wiiXAMarrrk VAttKY-
t A.O.U. WV-
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tlal7,.v.ry Wefft, M.yf,
J, A. IELWOOUi wwnwj 1 j
!te Orp kilk
Ustss San rranolsw, ov.h, Mlh aad V
Ltayea Yaqulaa, Wov.yjh. WB aalh,
Kor Irslgbt and vaJUsfer ralM HT "T
IT . . . B..S VWtf
. ' -t TSi- am
si aJ.la I SV Bfl trasari til
lhlrla'lty of Vem. Ot. ""
ss.llns fruit lauds
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