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DB. L. L. OABMEB.
Strickon DqWo with Heart Disoaocu
J)r. MUet Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnrt.
Gentixmen: I feci It my duly, as well ta n
rlcnJi .0, to publish, unsolicited, to tbo world tno
benefit received from pn. miucs nr.0T0HA.Tivc
nrucDits I waa stricken down with iieart
ing from DO to 140 beats per ml time, a choking or
burning sensation In tho wind plpo, oppression
elon of tbo heart and below lower rib, pain In tbo
anas, thortne" of breath, Uccplcssnefs, weakness
Sid Fcnerot debility Tho arteries in my neck
would throb violently, tho throbbing of my heart
co-l.l bo heard across a largo room and would
shako my whole body. I was so nervous that I
.,i,i nni hnlrt mv hand steadv. I have been.
under the treatment of eminent phyttetane.
ami hnve taken ffalloneof Patent MedMn
tclthtxH the tenet benefit. A friend recom-
rnsnncd your remedies,
he was cured by Dr.
lilies' remedies lnavoiaien . n p pn
hmn hntllpl of vour New! .IlKr I J
nj..Pflw nii fwft hntllea B 9tm
Nervine. iMy;pulBo,is normal, I bavetno more
M,.n Ilememee ana oo rarw. ,
(hpsum City, Kans. L. L. Cakbkb.
SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR". MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
Fold by D. J Fry. !niKKiBt,.iyuIeni
East and South
THE. SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
CALirOlMIA EXPRESS TKAIN-B0N DAILT BK
TWK'N POltTl.AND AND 8. V.
U 16 p. in.
fl.it) p. va.
10 is n.tit.
b:!M n. ti
6:E9 a. n
7:00 p. n
Above trains stop at all etstlons toiii
arHSa5ffer : srjE
ftving', Eune and aTi station from Ihwebnn
to ABbland Inclusive. i
KnHffHIIHH MAJI. DAILY.
fe-.U a. iu.
':5!i v. m.
Ar. I i:M P. n
Lv. 1:40 p. n
Lv. 7:00 a. r
Dining Cars on Ogtlcn Rout
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
fftSide Division, Between Portlan
A ZINCiUNfiD INTERIOR.
This Man's Digestive Apparatus Would
Make Mickey Finn's Goat ninth.
Thoso whoso digestions are out of
gear would do well to pay a visit to
tlio Royal aquariam, Westminster,
just now. There they will see a man
whoso, digestion puts that of tho
proverbial ostrich into tho shado.
Tho' owner of this invaluable organ
is M. Meunier.
At tho ago of 7 it occurred to Meu
nier that hia digestive organs wero
rather better than thoso of tho aver
ago boy, so ho began to tako liberties
with then, with tho result that in
stead of finding his digestion im
paired ho can now eat all Borts of
fearful and- wonderful things. A
mixture of paraffin and sawdust,
lumps of coal and cokoand bits of
glass are a fow of tho articles on
which ho diets himself when taking
a meal in public. Every day ho gets
through a largo sized wineglass, bit
ing little bits as he goes along and
ovidehtly experiencing no ill effects.
His appetite is not by any means
confined to these, however. Ho will
eat a lump of phosphorus before
your eyes without tho slightest hesi
tation, while as for a lump of wood,
say part 'of tho back of a chair, ho
considers it u luxury.
There happened to be apiecoof
statuary in the room in which I in
terviewed M. Meunier, which that
gentleman stated he would have no
objection to eating in instalments.
Bits of cloth, carpet and china he
finds no difficulty in digesting in
fact, whatever ho can bite into small
pieces ho can take internally. Bronzo
is about tho only thing he feare.
Rrr-inrrn to sav. M. Meunier has
never been taken ill through the
agency of the extraordinary things
ho manages to eat, and although one
would imagine that tho continual
biting of glass, coal and other hard
substances would damage his teeth
ho still possesses a fine set, which has
in no way deteriorated 6ince he be
gan to play pranks with his inside
Tittletat Titmouse at Home.
ffnmiifil Warren, tho author of
"Ten Thousand a Year," desired to
bo supposed to bo always on the most
familiar terms with people of emi
nence. One day a brother barrister,
who knew this peculiarity of his,
called at his chambers, and in the
course of conversation Warren could
not help remarking that ho was in
vited to dine with tho lord chancellor
., i ! "Tlrnfa nnnitAl " BOld
tnai ovuuiuK. " i- ' ,,,
so WO SUUU
Boms Tets For Invlnz Thit Life
Gone Oat of the Iloily.
It has always been the uiinof med
ical science to prove with absolute
certainty the existenco of death, and
now that cremation is gaining large
numbers of advocates medical re
searches and experiments in that di
rection are more important than
Tho Lancet published recently an
account of experiments made by Ed
ward Haward, who in some cases ap
plied not less than 10 different tests.
Among these eight denoted that
death had actually set in, whilo two
spoke against tho supposition that
life was extinct
Among tho positivo evidences ad
duced by tho tests applied by Haw
ard were total absenco of heart
throbs, total absence of respiration,
uniformity of temperature- of tho
body and tho surrounding atmos
phere, noncontraction of tho muscles
and the muscle groups under the
electric current, appearance of brown
spots after subcutaneous injection of
ammonia, rigidity, etc. The nega
tivo results obtained by Haward
were the fluid condition of tho blood
upon opening the artery, but as in
abnormal cases tho blood does not
congeal after death sets in this test
cannot bo regarded as a rehablo one..
Of greater importance was tho i ab
sence of another sign to which many
attach much significance, which is
that when tho fingers of a corpse aro
held against an intense stream of
light, and ono looks through tho
space between two fingers pressed tw
gether, a red lino will be noticed in
life, which is not tne case m aeauu
In the case described by Hawardi
however, this lino was still visible,
although death was incontestable,
decomposition having begun. In an
other case this lino was absent whilo
the lady was yet alive. Haward's
experiments demonstrate that tho
rendition of tho blood and tho ab
senco of tho red line are not always
reliable death signs. Whilo congeaieu
blood always denotes tho existenco
of death, fluid blood does not always
indicate that life is not yet extinct.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Among tho Beugalese it is said
that shouting tho name of tho'king
of birds (garunda) drives away
snakes. Shouting "Rami" Rami"
drives away ghosts, unoiera mm
attacks on Monday or Saturday al
,xrn,ra nrnvM fatal. Cholera that at-
tacks on Thursdaymevor ends fatal-
of tne oamDoo
bume Amlum Lock.,
In discoursing-looks and safes be
fore tbe students of IJottinRham Univer
sity college Mr. G. II. Chubb had much
to say upon an interesting subject. It Is
curious that in the wooden Egyptian
locks of remote antiquity many germs
ore found of tho essential features of
good modern locks In China, where fow
things- change, a well defined Roman
stylo of padlock is to this day in almost
universal use, but whether the Chinese
copied tho Romans, or the notion by
some infant found i s w.tyfrom China to
Rome, is it question it would puzzlo a
Beckmann to determine. The simple de
vico of having tho hollow stem or "pipe of
a key open at each end, so that dirt or
other obstructions could be pushed
through, is as old us the Roman empire.
Nevertheless hardly a year passes with
out some enthusiastic Inventor rediscov
ering it and offering to part with his idea
for a largo money consideration.
Generally speaking, it is at tho com
mencement of' the medtoval period that
we beein to find keys like our owm The i
old puzzle padlock inits-improved formi
was, it appears, the work ot a french
man named Regnier at the end of the
last century. Tho famous Chubb lock,
Invented and patented in 1818 by the
lecturer's Grandfather and great-uncle,
owed its notoriety chiefly to its contain-1
ing a mechanism called a "detector," byt
means of which the owner could tell if I
any ono had attempted to open it with ai
false.kev.1 Its details are so numerous
andvaried that it is said to be easier.andl
cheaper to make two of them to uilieri
than to make two alike. London News.i
w v n
What Is tho condition of youra?' !3 youf!talrldry $
harsh, brittle? Does It split at tho ends? Has it a j
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed.org.
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Docs your scalp itch ? s
Is it dry or In a heated condition? If these are somo of itf
yoursymptomsbo warned In time oryouwlllbecomo bald. 5
- - v .Tf n S
SKOOKum kool nair w uw er $
it whst you ti& itt production It not an aeciasnt. but tbsrwvH of sctratina
rewire" Knowledge Tot tbe (JHeMeiof thehlrndtclp luito ttertljeo- "
It not a Die, o a neutnumij wuuj y-'i . -; -"-
the follicles it sloi falling atr,
evrt dumtrvJT and ffrotv. hair vn baii ,"
tw- Kn the te&ln clstn. hcslttw ana rreerromuTiiKinKrijpww.. 01
the ue of itoo Sin Soap. It deeteojs parcuitio mh.ui jr i -,
nd rrorVruwIrtwoinot tupcly yon send dlreet too and wt muI fomjrA
prepiJfon rwiptct" pilco. Srowr, U p botus ( tor U.0X "!' H:- .
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR OROWEU CO., :
Tnnnr. HARK itr Hnmh Fifth Avenue. New York, K. Y.
On Meter System.
TO CONSDMER8 :'
Tbebainn Light and rowor Ponipniiy ot
vnutt MruitikM hnvA mulunefl their hlrctriO
Light plant with the ni t modi ru apparatus
una ai i now. ble o ofler Hie tubllobettr
light than any system hui at a rale lower
i ti an uuy city ou ilmcwabi.
Arc uml lucnmlcaccnt Lights
lug. fclectilc Motois lor all
purposes "where power is re
Keel lences can ba wired for J uyllljl;
as doslred and the n" ueS.!Wl.taSe5
suoli lights as aro used. Tdis being registewa
by an Kiootna Meter. Umco
179 Commercial" SU
T. J. KKESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Oor. aoth and CbemekeU Street.
Best meat anl frea dell very.
136 Mate Street.
J. E. MUKP11Y.
Only 3 cents a day delivered at
J. I BKNNETT.& SON.
V, O. Bloolc
HUNT, the North Sa'emBaitner,
8ya hj has not sod ont tmt
old stand at Liberty street
fresh meats and lowest prices
i r:n..l Hfnr an nm 1.
U . f ' .. tit unvi o uttlol i-.r Tim flnwerincr
meettnere. vuncu -"; ''., , Tr, fnnninp if tho
f-it t nnntnr rr cmv i mnniiu i ;i 1 1 1 1 1 iu. js.aa ri
n0otabetogohoS .'HSSyl Fanstriko the bodyit should beta,
not aoie to go, ""Da , . wnr-lrwl three times against
4i -Albany nnd oorvaiim ""
i a tlA EXCEfTaurM i
UW -. - u r . - ,
I am sorry for L that, anu bowiiiuu
the chancellor. I'll tell him how
sorry you aro." After a little more
talk tho visitor roso to go. "Uont
trouble," said Wan-en, "to say any
thing about me to his lordship to
night'' "It will bo no trouble. Ishall
only tell him now sorry yy" .
,ttv f "WpII. tho fact is," said
""j """ ... -::,: ..T .nfim
Warren, witn a mum, i
vited." "N6 more," replied- tho oth
a- grin? "was I." Chicago
WCttlv-' I ' I '"
4:10 n. in,
7:21 n. m.
be obUinea ai i"e .-"-
SKINNER, Agent. SaUim
), ahsUU. K. and fas.AB
""? m m-n ul
'. . - Oregon.
Newport, . " , n.tv
Located on tue ueacii.t-ww '"":-.,
-of Newport on' O-tveCove, ajji""
BheUerePd i-pot, rpSeh
bathtDtf, flue drives to Cape F e
cr llKhthouee. House new. room w
and airy, Finest resort for 1g
Invalids. Open all wJj'-.'K
moderate by day or week. In enfliUM
visitors can drop a postal card to JNew
P-rt and ybjo
ii Took tho Long Oddt.
A horse owner at Clifton sent a
young stableman to Paterson the
other day to a doctor, as the young-
boil complained of feeling ill.
S told the lad to go to the first doc-
tor's house on uuurcn bu c"" -- - -Se
bil? charged up to him. The boy
started out. and upon reaching the
staru-u uui. i , i10UrB-
nh-filCiaUb UUUbo -
? i T Hn did notgo into the place,
althouRh it was. the physician who
was a friend of his employer and he
Se to which he sent Tho lad
Sxt door, saw the doctor and
1SC0NS1H CENTRAL LINES
LATEST TIME CARD.
Dally Through Trains,
1 JJUIUW1 "
! itlilnnrt. a
. y.aA .hmiiit
Tickensold nnd ,h,a?M and Canada
to all polnia in the United rttotewuw a,
Close oonneotlon made in tnica
trains going Kast and Wn"!.0- yffnr near'
Korlull iiifcirinntlon "PPV.7 o. I'ONI).
Rhbumatrsmi .- ,
W Kidney Complaints,
Lame BacK "
.S medicine; Ho happened to
meet his boss in tho betting ring ana
tasked, "Did you see tho doctor I
to"NyoUs!r. I went next door."
..Why so?" asked the horse owner
.V,T Ln r cot to tho house you
"vu V," " o n Lnard out 1 to
Wo have heardof captains, majors.
colonels. WSomo a
tesy to con inue to address t
KMWJS STootair King, Cap-!
oiuiiw - Rumbley, etc.,
tain Gantt. Cairtam tra J
but do let us ceaso togvo tt a
t0 men who neveTbew or
stranger would tlnnk : t y
r'n in Evergreen who taJJr
ices, any cla,.,"W078 captain and
otnfiv krinnked three times agi
the ground. When giving alms, the
giver and receiver should both bo on
the same side of tho threshold. It is
bad to pick one's teeth with tho nails.
If a snake be killed, it should imme
diately be burned, for all serpents
that aro so unwise as to permit of
having their lives taken aro inhabit
ed by the eouls of Brahmins, which
hope thus to escape and work mi
,.:- rm, nrnrilu "finako" anil tl
CU1U1. i"o ..- it.i.
3i" should never beuseu anoraiBii
Call them "creepers' anu in
sects Never awaiicn a DDui""t
physician. Morning.dreams always
como time. Exchange
General Manager Horace Young of
the Delaware and Hudson railroad
said "I know of an instance where a
telegraphic order was recoiycu , ...-.r:i-
of o KtRtiort directing a train
K Toverat a certain point. The
I", m ,vf,a hnnded to the conduct-
cnguiccr, -in.. -:r- L
tno lever ui uo ."- .
Fralt as Medicine.
A specialist 'in skin diseases is author-!
ity for tho following statements: "Pinn
Dies, eruptions and similar skin diseases,
of tho face that are not hereditary may)
be cured in a very short time by a diet oE
laxative foods, varied according to thq
season. I advise ornamenting the tabid
at each meal with whatever fruit is sea-t
sonablo and allowing the indivWual to
bo helped-whenever and as often aa he or
she may pleaBO. This serving the fruit
course at the end of tho meal, when tho
appetite is nppeased to Teplotion, is a
"If I feel liko eating an orange or a
handful of dates, I do so, whether tho
Rnnn hns been served or not. When the
dessert comes on, tho chances are overt
that I won't want any. That's my gain
not loss, for if I hadn't eaten the fruit
I should havo taken a dish or lco creami
which little more than cools tho month,
and I would havo had no room for the
wholesome orango or apple. Chicken
salads and patties, cheese, pastry and a
number of other popular and indigestii.
ble dishes should havo their turn at thb
end of tho meal. The nearer the begin
ning such things as fresh, ripe Domes,
juicy tropical fruits, asparagus, cauli
flower, onions, beets, mutton, rare, juicjr
beef, spinach, lettuce, squasn nnu mewcu
seed fruits, such as figs, plums, prunes
nnd cranberries, are served the better.f
Detroit Free Press.
The lato Francis Parkman, tho his
torian, wasn man who had always about
him an air of distinction that mado the
passerby turn to look at him. He was
tall, stately and courtly, with old school
dignity of manner,
Beautifully finished woven corsots1
made of finest spun wool aro among tho
models set forth for cold weather wenr.i
They aro light, durable and clastic, nnd
aro formed of natural undyed wool,
matching tho familiar undergarments of
the same soft gray tint. New York
Camphor trees havo been planted
at Sanford, Fla., nnd givo proof of
adaptability to soil nnd conditions.'
TTiifl in tho identical camphor tree
from which all the camphor of conn
merco is obtained. .
Several of tho graceful launches
which wero used in tho lagoons at
tho World's fair havo been sold to
proprietors of summer hotels in tho
Wisconsin lake regions.
iitXAJUuUUO UJUUU .MJU UOUOUJO,
instantly removes and forever dtstroy sob
lecUonalilo hair, whether upon tbe hands.
(face arms or neck, without discoloration
!, n nru In tit A innBT. HHI 1RAIO HKI II. AI
Iwaafor flily yours tbe aevret ."fiuu'aoi
u'..u....a wi .nn npKnMwmiiirEU ur .hub
IMn.UiU, .. .irn.M, .. .1 " . Z. V,w
kslans as the uikuuhi auuniriiy mu ,
him.i eminent dermatologist and halrspe
Iclallst that ever lived. Uurlnghls private
practice ol a iiie-umo sraouj mo ""-.'"-i
I,hi. .....i..n riu si iiv m ill. securely
vu. ..,;....v. ----.--,. , u.-
i,,nnirpn i mrresDUDUDUtc wuuwoii.wt. mw.-
Agents for America Address
TH? SK00KUM ROOT HA R GnOWtK ru,
lept. It. 67 wimh Kllth Avenue.NeW VorKl
Brtn irnno'tnnnrirwi)u hhmumm..--
The House Mover.
451 Marion 'Strcot.
Has the best facilities iot moving and ralii
ing bouses., Leave orders at lray IJros., or
address ttalom, Oregon.
From Tef aiD&l or Interior l'oints the
W w m " ' .....
S3 SHOE hoTWp
Do von weir thira? When next In need try a palft,
est In tho world.
so that when ho bad his hand upon
. . , !, tnli.rrram was m his
Sas, and yVt Unorder was disoj
S3 by him, tho station was passed
.?, " V.. o- nnd not until a crash
Sbcondu?tor, the engineer 01 tbj
fireman, who were -"""--,.
the order, remember tbe telegram.'
-New York Mail and Express.
A Sturtllnc Example.
Tho following, writes a correspon-.
dent, is an actual occurrence in. a
Teacher uivo ud
., " ZZa "healed" in it
. A AJ,m S
TeSr-S OP Vight there. Begta
1?acu,,Ti.. ,La thA ladv's name?
name! . wvo u rrr.. chtA
isn't in it
It Is just be-
cause "tfiere is
ho hrd in i"rftat
file new shortening
f'c ao voncerfully (3o-f
uhr wJtK housekeeper.
ojTOUBHE is pORg
Qf ixe. unj-leasant" odot
Wifh larJ.Qettre Jnorti.
ThTe Uno rl Substitute.
jji rr jzrir ti
To all Points East and Seutb:
It Is the dining car route. Itruns throug b
vestibule trains, every day In tbe year u)
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No change of cars.)
Composed of dlnlngcara unsurpassed,
I'nllman drawing room sleepers
Of latest equipment
llest that can be constructed and In whleh i
aooommodatlni are both Ireo and tur-.
nlshed for holders of first and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Aoontlnnots line oounortlng with all
linos, artordlng direct nrt unlnUjrrnptedt
Pullman sl ere nmtlons can be so
cured In ad vi mo JwcgU any agent of
Tbrough llottet-tn and from all points1
In Anierloa, England and Kurope pin be
purchased u ft any tloket offloe of this com-
P Kul'l Information concernme rston, Mmj
A..l.tiinl (lenera l"assenk'r vgenii no.
121 Klrst slit, cor. Washington; fori
Shaw & Dowhimj, Agent"
San Francisco, Cal.
TB A HKDirAL AND HOBOIOAI IWOTI.
TI'TK, localed perrnanently at 71tt ;;
rtre.'Han Kranrlsoo, Cal., for th cure of U
tUeas s, anilctlons and deformities. A staff
in pby.lclausaadsurgrouB bavlngtl Iploniaa
aiu .he endorstmont 'f1JuVLl,col,1',0'
Ajnericaiind Mirope, skilled spec ft liiinta
Have- ImU ions-oapenruc 111 "" 2,ZZa
and qbronlo dl.easw, ro In co iMant Una.
nnre. A pimrmicy Is attached, nnd all pro.
h rlptlon. tilled tree of charge.
$..00 Trlul Bottle
$5.00 Full Coui'Ho
Hufferersfrom Asthma, Hh.umn ism. Con-
HUiierersirom a.ihii.k. ...-m....- .,
UnipiKiu. I'alArrh, I)yspeish, Indlgest
PcrofuU. fcpllepsy, Vtmto W-aVness,4'aj
Heart lilae. ihonrhllU. Kruptloni,
linenin.lialilness.Topewornj. Uertfnew W
-uxual blsea.e, Uiit Manhwid, " UrU
n.ry'lrotible. riles, lliwel Trouble, hoad
A;i, ui mV. low rharxts. within tba
If jm wist gns DRESS 8H0E. msit ta thj MM
lyle. dos't pqr $6 U $8, try my (3, JB, $4.00
$5 SU. Tbsy fit eqoal to cuttom mdo and .leek M
weir u well. If yoa with to eeonsml" Is yw Mtwesr,
d.ieky srthlB - P "V "ZZ7
price tulsptd en th. bottom, Ixk for U whes yoWy
XT, X- DOUaULS. Broekto, Mass. 60U by
Kkaubsk 11 bob.
I'llOFESSIONAL ANO BUSINESS OA BUB,
(J0. 0. UIMOHAM.
D'ABOY 4 BINOHAM. Atiorueys ai iw.
itiviins 1. !J and , li'Arcy Hullding. HI
. . . . IV? 1&ZJ, tttlentlon given to lusl-
In the supreme and circuit couruor ine
.. n, . unv
r.11 "" ., ,
W street. Special a .'""
' T1 ' . .. . lu. Uu1tn flrtH
, gon. unioe over push's bank
J J'a rne,. hi law. Offlre over Caplul
Sa'tlonal bank, Halem,Orgn
h itl tvmim ""
ia in Yi-mAvzrvk. . i
SSSSl all."co.blned withtu. 'best medUoI
ana surgical saw.
TllPOllffh VoiiDg, Middle Aged andOld &fen
1 lllUUii.ll .... ... ...i,. ,,, vntrrniruL
W'io, m-y he snnringBrrom --
.iMmdVansultatnnce, beP.ro It 11 1 too JU
tbeMi veteran practitioners wbe have no eooal
u the Uulted Mates, as they can and will i
store to you periecl neauu wneu mi u.
... ... i ,lHOAO PITV
UIYIAHA, rAnJrtOuii it
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
Broken, Down Constitutions
are rfluvenated and manly vigor restored by
Uielr l e and wonderful" method. oftreaC;
ly or Ja
ment. No Injuilous aruts
business men, cuiiiyi '.
M.vanMlBllV II TOU
ousme.. "."" "I'.hA,,, r'lfln
nFM V'FR K,Ver of a5y dlseasVbf the hje.fcar.tfhro-r.
UL'n V't-n, Km iiea't. Htomach, Hkln, Kldneysr,or
"" T! a.,.maM laur nkfirrise
Vurt, on Commercial street.
BR. $WDEH'$ raKSsl&J
mioo. as a.rroosd.MHty. IftWSzritMa pl
lMkMUaUTtMr.ror '""I'na'iir. :
-wUleansUpt the U.
1WU 6. MS CT
Mtttr all oaur mnallM
I tetuowivuu IB
Oar rMrU !
iiu isuwo, . r.Y.
two as colonel.
a AVrlnkl KW".
Jde in Doitwby bo su
plication ' lwj'I:ri of wrinkles.
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