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has made it3 appearance.'
It is not only a health food,
but a healthy food a health
food that makes other food
healthy. Its name is
It takes the place of hog's
Lard which is a notoriously
unhealthy food. A purely
vegetable product delicate,
digestible, and economical
onetrial gives Cottolene
a permanent home in every
kitchen, whence it increases
the health and enjoyment
of every member of the
family. Try it for yourself.
At all grocers.
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES.
n,,k; Fairbanks, co.,
"ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NCW YORK, DOSTCrl.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
a. movement of the fjowela each day.ianfoeaaary
.or health. These pills eupply what the ijiiem
(aoka to makelt regular. Cure Headache, brlihten
she Eyes and clear the Complexion better than
josmetica. They act mildly, neither gripe nor
token aa other pllltdo. To convince you of their
aerlta we mrll aample a free, or full box 25e. B'ld
lverywhere. Boianko Med.Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
Hold ly BiiMketi fe ViiiiHIyne.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS- CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
Hours - i0JmA and Kan'
Through Pullman and Tourist Siegers, Free
Reclining Chair Cars, Dining Cars,
" fV II H.. CLANK. IRunnninrJI
- OUVBIl'w. MINK, MltWliUN
or rate aud general Information call on
or address, ,.
1'OKTl ANtl, IIBW1"".
year ao. Now my WffJJJSISy prepared
ftunu'i Onion 8. E0, Jj. "so" everywbera.
Mulcl bv Hiifkett & ViUiSlvp-
Leave BoN' dock Mondayi. W.dneartayi
nrrt Kridaya 7:H) a. ro., arrivlue lu Portiona v
"llETUIlSINO, leavea PortUnd Tue'dayi,
Fast tune for pui.oueer aervlcef no -way
landing freight handled.
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CONTRACTORS & PliAbTEKERB.
" 'BEAUYiFUi. AMBER.
Il Ordinal rorinitllon, Irocca, or IIvolu
Hon nml rreerutle Qualities.
In many museums may bo seen in
tho most perfect stntoof preserva
tion 111 limlior foM,izr(i rr.nrffna At
plants and nnininls. Tlio 6cienco of
"; , , . "T""-""
uoi succeed m discovering a method
of embalming so perfect as tho sim
ple process taking placo in naturo. A
treo exudes a gummy, resinous matter
in a liquid state. An insect accident
ly alights in it and is cauclit. Tho
exudation continues and envelopes it
completely, preserving tho most min
ute details of its structure. In the
course of time tho resin becomes a
ios8U aim is known as amber. Tho
history of fossil insects is largely in
debted to tho (ly in amber, and to
tho preserving properties of amber
wo owo likewise our knowledge of
some of tho more minuto details of
ancient plant structure.
The coasts of tho Baltic are and
have been from the days of Phoeni
cian traders the great sourco of tho
amber of commerce. It occurs in
rolled fragments in strata known to
geologists as oligocejie. These are
tertiary rocks of a date a little more
recent than those of tho London
basin and equivalent to the younger
tertiary series of the islo of Wight.
Tho fragments of fossil resin were
washed down by tho rivers from tho
pine forests of the district along with
sediments and vegetable debris. In
them are found most perfectly pro-
served remains of the most delicate
tissues of tho vegetation of tho peri
od, as well as of insect lifo. Frag
ments of twigs, leaves, buds and
flowers with sepals, petals, stamens
and pistil still in placo occur. Pollen
grains have likewise been found. A
recent genus, deutzia, has been re
cognized by its characteristic sta
mens. Tho valves of tho anthers of
ciunamomum aro seen in otuers.
In one specimen the pendant catkin
of a species of oak is seen as distinct
ly through tho clear amber as if it
wore- a fresh flower.
And besides tho insect and plant
remains thus sealed up in amber,
stray relics of tho higher fauna of
tho forest havo also boi.ii iuet with.
Fragments of hair and feathers have
been caught in tho sticky resin and
preserved. Among others a wood
pecker and squirrel have been recog
nized in tho Baltic amber. Gentle
A Curious Kind of Fraud.
A roguo with tno unmanageable
nnmo of Shunkeruath Wisliwumber-
nntli has been convicted in Bombay
and sentenced by Mr. Justice Starling
I to five years' penal servitude for a
I curious sort of fraud. It seems that
ho had. by certain skillful feats of
jugglery, to tho accompaniment of
cabalistic acts and utterances, per
suaded a man named Hurribux that
he was able to make duplicates of
currency notes to any extent.
Hurribux. beinc one afternoon in
trusted by the cashier of his master's
firm with 10,000 rupees in notes to
carry to another firm, bethought
him of this magician, and accom
panied by a Brahman and another
ho repaired to the house where ho
had seen tho miracle performed.
Here, as before, numerous mystic
ceremonies were gone through, end
ing in the handing over to Hurribux
and his companion of certain pieces
of paper, which they were to expose
to the faun. Nothing important,
however, camo of this, but tho wiz
ard, having reassured Ins visitors, ro
f,wi into a room to "make it all i
richt." This, as tho sequel showed,
meant making off by a back door
with tho rupee uotes.-Loudon Daily
Motiern Use of tho Stage.
Tho means resorted to in this mod
ern ago by some business houses to
advertise their wares becomes at
times almost farcical. For instance,
a theatrical company recently play
ing in the city is carrying a particu
afmakeofsafoasparto f iu out
fit Tho safe is advertised on tho
. .., no wmsnieuously as the
Slavers' names themselves aud in a
sTecial act ishliown on tho stage with
taker's name in large letters
across the door. It plays no par
wiafever in the act, except that at
iL nm-iod of the performance tho
SrPn SsanagoSized stride in its
Section, but it U never ro erred to
It Sks for itself and speataloudly.
r K when tho rather tamo scene
Ale. -Buffalo Eiprcw.
Pn,rTuAta5 U 'ot ccntn.1
manipulator n - : activ0 ,n.
o proved that
it in a popular
The Sentltire Oyiter.
A man who has mado tho oyster a
lifo study finds many curious and in
teresting things about this mollusk.
Tho anatomy of an oyster shows as
complete an equipment of tho vital
.1".'13 "OUJ uo uuman oouy.
oeeu uuuer mo microscone it
wonder to examine. A connniMAur
will tell us that it is a sin to cook an
oyster, that it should bo eaten with
deliberation in its native liquid, out
of its own shell, unspoiled by any
method of cooking. But there are
many people who aro fond of tho
oyster cooked, who cannot touch it
in tho raw, and for those aro the in
ventions of stowed, steamed, panned,
fancy roasts and other designs, which
aro produced at tho restaurants with
much painstaking on the part of
cooks. While the oyster is belioved
to be the lowest form of animal lifo,
it is also known to bo acutely sensi
tive to noiso, light and intrusion ol
any kind. It is not a fighter, nor has
any exhibitor ever succeeded in
showing to tho world a tamed oyster.
It is vigilant but silent. "Mum as
an oyster" is a well known phrase.
A recent improvement consists of
tho driving of tho taker in and d6ffer
of carding engines for carding cot
ton or other fibrous material by one
continuous band. This is accom
plished by placing on tho cylinder
a band pulley, which gives motion
to a band of' ropo, this band then
passing around a pulley on tho taker
in shaft and from thonco around
tho pulley that drives the doffer.
Returning from this pulley it again
passes around tho pulley on the taker
in shaft, which has two grooves
placed in it in order to keep the
bands of ropes separate, and returns
again to tho cylinder. By putting a
double grooved pulley on the cylin
der and three grooves on tho taker
in pulley additional power may bo
obtained to drive tho various parts.
But even with tho single groove upon
tho cylinder pulloythe band passes
twice around the pulley on the taker
in, thus obtaining a more effectual
result than is practicable with a
crossed belt between the cylinder
and taker in. New York Sun.
A Tip That ffai a, Tip.
Our brilliant and well informed
contemporary, The Pall Mall, has" for
once failed to get hold of the latest
edition of a good story. It is true
that a "modest gentleman" who was
shooting over the moors of a certain
millionaire offered tho keeper three
sovereigns, and it is .true that tho
rrift was re.ieoted by tho keeper on
the ground that he accepted paper
alone, but it is not true that tho
guest thereupon complained to his
host, who said, "If you can t tip hkg
a gentleman, you should not tip at
all." Tho sequel was not thus. Tho
"modest gentleman" was in fact a
well known London journalist, and
when tho keeper returned tho golden
sovereigns and expressed (in broad
Scotch) his preference for paper tho
editor said, "Here's paper for you,
then," and handed him A Scotch note
for 1. Black and White.
A Slulllple Fllamrnt LUmp.
A multiple filament lamp, which
has been used for somo timo in Ger
many, is thus described: It contairis
o .riivr of filaments united in com
mon at tho upper part. Each half
can, therefore, bo used with any 61
the others, thus enabling all but one
half of a filament to bo used up dr
I.-,.!, iufnrH tho lamn must be re
newed. The extra expense of this
arrangement, it is said, is much lew
than the equivalent in new lamps.
Furthermore, several of the fila
ments can be used at once, thus In
creasing tho candlo power.-Bostdn
While a 7-year-old boy was stand
ing on tho platform of an express
train on tho Grand Trunk railway
passing Coaticooke, Que., recently
ho was blown from tho platform.
The train was stopped and backed to
tho scene, where tho lad was picked
in Prussia cows are usually cared
I"' """ - . :. l.o0
. ntwl niUk'fU UV
i iiL-r.i liv maid servants.
In recent years, uowevw, n.
,n ,nro and moro customary,
cause more profitable, to engage ex
pert Swiss men to attend to tlio
dairy business. .
Haailh aid Strencili Ristnid
plateljr orn oat J " ' nooi;
jUraauarOU. Tb '.'. -ne. I w
i ' Mrs. A. 0. Omn
POmaLjD SACWODAY.-DBOBMBER 23, lla.
Araento In Cotton Prlnta.
The very considerable uneasiness
which not long since prevailed in the
public mind from the supposed free
use of arsenic by manufacturers in
the preparation of cnttnn nrinia i,nL.
it would seem, been generally quiet 1 5
ed, and though it is true that a largo "J
proportion or sucn goods contain ar
senic tho quantity is so small as to
bo practically harmless. Many of
tho anilines, it 'is asserted, such as
ceraleino blue, anilino greens, etc.,
and many of tho vcgetablo colors, aro
fixed on calico with a salt of alum
ina and a solution of white arsenic
in glycerin or in a borax solution.
Tho reaction that takes placo on
steaming tho goods is a double com
pound of arsenic, alumina and color
ing matter, or, briefly, double arseni
ato of alumina and dye. This com
pound constitutes tho insoluble
"lake," which colors tho fibers of tho
cloth with a more or less insoluble and
fast color. This at once removes any
danger in thd woaringof the material.
Indeed it is aaserted as a matter of
fact that aniline colors contain a con
siderable excess of alumina, and this
in a preventive against tho possible
presenco of uncombined arsenic. In
extract alizarino colors tho soluble
arsoniato of alumina is in somo in
stances added by manufacturers for
tho purposo of giving to tho colors a
greater degree of brightness, but on
steaming tho insoluble compound is
obtained, as before described. Now
lion the Chlneae Eniieror Ilroelvei.
Tho account of tho audience of tho
new German minister to Peking with
tho emperor of China, given by a na
tive paper, states that tho minister,
accompanied by his interpreter, ap
peared at tho Tsungli Yamcn at 8 a.
m. His excellency was escorted by
Prince Cliing through tho "Porcelain
Gate" of tho palace. After waiting
for 20 minutos, he proceeded to the
throne hall, where tho emperor was
seated. Insldo tho throno hall and
"before the jjreseuco" tho ministerial
party mado a low bow. This was
done again as soon as thoy had ar
rived at tho Dragon Pillar, somo dis
tance from the throne, where thoy
The German minister presented
his credentials, marching up to tho
foot of tho dais as ho did so and
making h short speech, which was
translated'iuto Chinese. PrincoChing
hastened down the dais to recoivo
the Credentials and placed them on
tho yellow table before tho cfriporbr.
The German' minister mado another
low bow, and then returned to his
first position at tho Dragon Pillar.
His majesty replied in a short speech,
which was translated into German,
and tho party retired. London Daily
am Of TMI U0t8T Contkctoh A4D Bullf
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
Geakd IniND, Nra . April 8th, 18W.
Dr. XlUi Xrdicat Co., Zllhart, lnL
OBfTinitK i I h" 1 troubled with MMjyT
JemedleJ. I grew iteadlly worw until was com.
,v .......MiinrnHflHfOTO WV.aCD
Tery t4 link
my pulie wo
.... -v.... .; ---
OT puu? wgi.li t-t t. i-i - . wiI wltB
th."etiit olfflculty that my clrcul.Uon uKl
...nnnineMariln. wmiom mi.
While In thl rccdl-
NEW M-TPUK. .-SlKS
,, i.y v. --;--. ik.
(lia .u u
b0UMrVND LIVER Pllia.d think.
BOID ON A PQ8ITIVC OUARAMTCt.
TRY DR. MILESTILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS
eold by D. J. Fry. drtiitpUt, Balemi
Orape Vineg for Sale.
I have ii
rnrirtif" nevem inoupntiu
pood etrong two-yrar old grene vio
KKf.nl, aworUd rlifw,wll
Mtwiner d'wn, fc.
Hofer. Halem. Or.,
u.nulMtureSUrdard 1'rwaed Hrlclr,
"Molded nck in all I'.t.em. for KmnU
" ....-i.t. iAiha New Halem City
bHaVSnSJfVrlral' tbeflo. build n-. erected
Rates, 20 'lH) Ppr I,aJf
. . ...... I Lotwaen Torllaoi ! rUP
Tb beat hotel b"7". :. ... Mt,iAlntnent
. z. avEnv,
5 Tf-. a rr t
What is tho condition of yourd? Is your hair dry, ?'
harsh, brittle? Docs it split at tho ends? lias It a t
lifeless appearance? Docs it fall out when combed or 5j
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Docs your scalp itch? Jfi
Is it dry or in a heated cbndltlon ? If tliesd are somo tof
your symptomsbc warned In timo or you will become bald. Js
SkookumRoot Hair Grower
Is vhnt you nrrtl. In production It not an accident, but tbe rrMiltof oclootlflo C
research. Kunn-IeuKe ot tho dlwuci of the hair and scalp led to tbadltcoT- ac
rrvnf hm tmrpnt thprn. "Kfcnoktim NcontAlQa neither mineral nor nlla. It
lanotftDtn.tiutndellzhtrullycoolln2and refreshing Tonic lurttlmulMlnz Jt
II 'Hi '' Vl
the follicles, ( tlopt ailing
rrK,-en tho icalp clean,
tl.c.use of Stoolum 0m Soap.
at.d (tfttrDi) tht hair, , ..... - ...
If your druggist cannot mpnly yoa wnd direct to us, and wo will f orwnrl
prepaid, on receipt ot price. Grower, l-00 per bottle 1 for .. lki, Nk.
ITMnRM&UK 07 Bomb. Firth
T. .1. KKESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 20th and Cbemeketa Street,
Geo. Fondrich, .
Best meAt aui tree delivery.
136 btate Street.
Only 3 centa a dny delivered nt
Rov. Dr. Jenks, an Intllana prencn
er, says that ho can givo 70 reasons
for believing that tho world will
"coino to an ond" within tho next
Tho largest coast light in tho
United States can only ho seen 28
miles in clear weather.
Rwlnbimio and Jowett.
Professor Jowott one day asked
Mr. Swinburne, for whom ho after
ward entertained much regard, how
much poetry ho had written in his
lifo, and on being told by tho youth
ful poet that nt 10 ho had burned all
ho had written replied, "And when
you aro GO I supposo you will burn
all tho rest. "--London Exchange
I'jUiUUUjUOII U.JUOU iIIUU UJUiJUjU,
Elnntnntlv removennnd forever destroy 1 Ob-1
Jjcoiionanio nair, wuo'ner upon mo iniiiun.
ziiica firfiiHnr nfM'K. wiiiiuuL uiacuiuruiiuu
lor injury to me man aeucuioHKiu. hi
iWAslor liny yora tbe Beiret 'oriuu'ft"!
HH!mHtnna Wllann. ncktifiwledirud bv lbral
Ecianti aa tbe lilidicht ntitbonty una I ne:
mnai.ernlnpntdrriiinU)liiillilnna llllir Blie i
gclallst tbul uver lived. During hl prlyutel
Ipructlcol a liruune linnine mo uouiuiyi
Ltnd artxtocracy of Kurope ho p caerlbedl
Ethiarnciiin. I'rlPH. II hv mill, securely I
n . . -.' f. ...........I uAi..l
HpocKta orrespouuuucetxiiiiiucuutti, khjivi
iiCenia ior Ainerua uura
THE SKOOKUM ROOT HMR GROWER "'0.
Il'ept. H. 67Hou'h Kl th Avenue.NeW YorK
Jj f Wff H V M if H I M . ,1 H I'KWIIH H ..M.M.
$3 SHOE noTOp.
Do vob Mat them 7 When next In need try a ?ilf.
Boat In tho world.
If youwmt a Una DRESS SHOE. m(J In we wji
itylei, don't py $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They lit equal to euttom mtdo and look an
trnr at well, ffycj with to economize In your footwear,
d) to by purchasing 7. L. Douglas Shxi. Nam and
erica itamped on tho bottom, look for It when you buy
V.I DOOOLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
' l Hard Wood Finishing,
Can give good referent. Eatlrnatea nirniiii
ed ddn. deo. fchtru'h. halein. !('
flcnce oS -Item Motor It-llway. North 8a em
Leave order ut Bloiner a uiocr.
'KOFKH8IONAh AND IIUHINKbaOAUDS.
P. II ll'AKCr
dto u. uinauM.
D'AIlOY A IIINOHAM, Attorney J" w
Ito-.m 1 2 and . U'Arcy Huilding. HI
.... 'VJJi? 'aJriai Hitntlon given to Tul
Atiorneyi at Iaw
fipwlal altntlon given
unuimreei. "IT '"'"'I :r...,n'Mi,ru nf the
lOMlu inenprriuuu .......... v -;
ili.MDN Kult . Atuuney ui iw, '"
' OrVQH. nmci. npMaln. It. IVIton Jf
II J H.aOKK Attorney at IjMrilem.Ore
Li. go" tmiytirtixnU'in'ik.
T"i uuaW.m W.HUN 1 Mil AW AM UNI
. " iru.il t law. Office ovtr u.piii
I ":''. ' .. ... i..u n
JJallonal bank, Halem, Of,,n'
(WIN A.UAH'lN,AIWriiy tU.fi'n
"and i, IluVti bnk UuUdliu.HaUiii.Or.
ourt, on Commercial itreeU
.. amt.uiMKV.AT. AH.
Muiphy tl.icic, or
.Jr,!."- -Hlein, '"Tf "
Wleuoeut omce, room. od llu.U
Hrey Kiaii Mock. Z --
feSS "S.'SK! rv
a', uiuinreUi trut.
. uvilTIl lHotl'l. W "taU alra-t
hall VUItlotf nr
tfulldlu7;:v.ry ItyGMfh . w.
1, A. SKLWOOU, Itecora.r,
nE .Hi. nr, m
aK U sW
AM vtlrli lv!itv ilTfc.
"" ZL "LZZ 4'nrM:K.wft?,S.yKiMrr. Hp.ti.
... - .1 iii.urn.iMVi Mois-p--r"rr. -:.-ai.,i. -huh r laaiau
"w tb ' " a " s a
hair, cunt dandruff and proira oir o tola
hctlthr, and free from lrrlttlntfrnponi,
It destroy! varaitla tntecu.whictt Iitii on
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.. i
A-renue, New York, N. Y.
nul t 'mid ios.
J. I, BENNETT Jr SON.
p. o. niobit.
The House Mover.
451 Marlon Street.
Hub the best fncilltle lor moving nnd ralx
lnet hnusPB. Leave orders, at ttruy llitw., or
address Halem, Urrgon,
From Terminal or Interior Points (bo
la tlio lino to take
To all Points East and South.
It la thedlnlng car route, llruni through
vestibule trnlus. every day In tbo year to
ST. PAUL Al CD1CAG0
;(No ctannfte of can.)
Oomtwaed of dining cars uniiurpaHed,
l'ullman drwlne rH)in ileeperi
llest that enn be constructed nnd In which
ncoommodiitlitni are both Iree and fur
nished fur holder of Brut and leoond-cuuia
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnnota line oonnestlng with all
tinea. aOordlnit direct nnd uninterrupted
l'ullman U'n prv(illonacan beae
cured lu advitito !l.IOiBU any aent uf
tho road. . ....
Throueh tlcketa to and from all point
lu Amerlcii, Euclaud and Knrope can be
purchased at any ticket ottlca of thla com-
Kul'l Information concerning ratei, time
of tntlna.routun riial oilier detail rurnlabed
AaaUtant Oenoral l'aaonLr Agent, Wo,
121 Kind mroet, cor. WMhlugton; Tort
Biiaw & Downing, ARcnta.
Capitol National Bank,
Trnnwt a general banklnr bualDfua.
1 oiiiPtatleuil n paid to collection!, i oana
made. K'clmiige bought, ana oiu ou int
principal rlttrai of the o Id.
u ll I'liftmiN. W A UUHICK,
S'W. MAltTIN. J. . AI-lllllT.
II. V. MATTHEW,
HAVE YOU TRIEO OHliSS AND FAILED
TO a-IND A cuna Fort '
RHEUMATISM. LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK,e.
muKM.imm eleotrio mJ$IM
. ,. uniruvffrir.KiatanV MEN
ciwtoba w. hirValriM latur. beattK immouj
WB HAVI CUMD
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uau.rr"rT"7-!S-r.ki.i. .u.niui una
'r 'T'vrv: "zz. ,z. rt u . i no ruji
Iff. twuwiaaa I l.t i'm
mim. jrajrrvur. ."w.----' -z.r ...
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at a 'I it.
VStJS ki3i lata ! Vf. ' '
U.II1. I U. . H.
ANDKN TUCf WO
r rum DR. tANDIN
'. . . i...i.iiUf.i4lntoaltao4
5 ff-ift'iW-TS MWWaSiiftrS
...... u . t"?r- ',. . I., ai.ua HUtMtua.aJulW
On Mctcv SystOHi
TO CONSUMEH8 ;'
thoulnm Light and fower rompaorffttl
iiCal tkpento iiuo tqu)f)td Ihclr KuclriaS
iigut plnuv wltU tbe m. m iiiodirdappnrMM
anUuiu miwfcbio to oiler ibe publlnu bctltrjj
mkiu limn uny yiem ana av a rain lowerj
lutiu nuy tuy uu mo toast.
Arc and Incaudcsccnt Light,:
isritr. Mcctric Motors leriUlr
Iiiri)i)bcs Miicrc ixnvcr is ro
lluIJencca can bo wired for na many light!
aa ueHirou una luo ixinaumei-H py lur uujjr-x.
aucti iigut into unea. tuih uciutf rcgutioitm;;
uy an n.iccino Jicicr. umoe
IlliNT.ilic North SalcBrBolthcr.
SOD bo h" ot Bod out but
aillipiy lliuVfQ iiih lliop-io luo
old atiii.il nt Lib city atreit
ED. RAVEAUX, 3?
r'ranli moat a nnd Jow rt 1ci
SIN CENTRAL LINES
(Northern Pacific R. K, Co., tctue.)
LATEST TIME CARD. ''
Dally Through Trains.
0.2Jpml... M'nii. a
7:Wpm I .Htlutil...R
IWpm I.. Uulutli h
7 IMiiai l.Aahland. a
10 Ola ' al'hlcngo 1
Tickets told and hncgngo checked thtoutth .
In nil nnlntn In thn ITnllnil Htjl(ia nnd lAftadA.
Uloau connection made In t'lildiRO with all,,
trntnir going at ana noutn.
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ticket agent or JAS, O. I'ttNIJ.
Hen. l'nm. and Tkt. AcU. ClilcliO, III
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD Cfll
E. W. HADLE V, llecolver.
SBIORT LINE to CALIFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
a B. WILIiAMETTK VALUKY
leaves Han Kranolaco, Nov.6tl, Hlh and 83rd'
Uuvea Yaaulua, Nov. 0th, lUtli, and 28th.
HAT1M AUVAYH BATJHr'AaronT.
Kor freight nnd pmacngor ritra nppljttoatiy
II. K. VIA aiiY, Gen'l papt.
O.T. WAU1H AW.T K.A I' A. ,..
(i. m l'ou'KUH. Airenl. Ku'em Dock.
MONEY TO LOAN
in improved Heal l&btle. In amount an 45
1 1 mo lovult. Nodelay In considering loan.
PEAR & FORD,
lUmm 17. tluah Hank block. SIMw
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OLINGER & RIGDON,"1-
Undertakers and Emkliners.
Cublnet work and repairing.
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