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Mo Milken It In the Cause of Truo Lore,
but It Falls.
door elitoT--i coinencid 2 think i cood
trust bil jouEon but I find i cant.
mnrio green & mo had a fite on mondn
tn elio horlily told me she cood uov
ir b mine, i pleded & pleded but she
i lli turned In r cold buk on me an Bed
no. sho fed she b leved i wos a hartleys
crol.et an she had no timo 4 mo.
1 iti me, nili mo, i Bed.
my piti ia tnrufd 2 mud, she Bed.
i told bil jonson about it an ho Bed,
wars tho use ov worryin yourself about
a woman, shaik her.
(thrtts tho way bil talks since he smoks
i lovo her bil, i sed, i cant give her up.
want 2 find out if she loves u, sed bil.
yes, i sed.
comit suicide, sed bil.
wats that, i sed.
kill yurself, bil sed.
thou i wil no 2 late, i sed.
wel, sod bil, i tel u wat. u onll maik b
levo kil yurself. i will help u. 1st u rite
n loter to her teling u have kiled yurself
in the barn.
so i rited the leter:
uVor, ilecr, tnui lo bl tho timo u (jet tills i wil
bo most tied, i kaunot live without u. fair
w oil, yuru truo love, gorgle.
now, sed bil, u tail; a nifeinyurehand
an put red paint all over yur faic like u
had cut yure throto, an lay down an
maik b levo u r dien. I will go an giv
the note 2 marie, an wen she corns she
wil think u r most ded an u wil no if she
loves u or not.
so i got the paint an put it on mi faic
an hands an sum got on mi coat an
pants, i luked like i was cut al over,
then i laid doun an comenced 2 die. i
kept grouin & gronin & waitin 4 marie
2 cum. i gess i wos dien about half a
hour an tho paint wos al gotin dri an no
marie cum. bi & bi i herd footsteps hi
the barn an i comenced 2 di orful hard.
ware is he, sed a voice.
in hero, sed bil.
now, marie grene, if u aint got a hart
like stone u will piti mo & love me, I sed
3 men cum in the barn with bil and so
1 was a doctor & 1 was a policeman,
the doctor sed tho blood wos onli paint,
the policeman sed i orter b tukup4 play
in triks on the law, an pa tuk me up in
tho garret an clubbed me 4 gitin paint al
over mi close.
bil jonson dident give marie grene the
note at all an she herd all. about wot i
done, now shea gone al around lufUn at
me & tellin peeple about a man trien 2
kil hisst'lf 4 her.
bil jonson & her are vcri thik.
cursis on him. gorgie.
Now Yoik Mercury.
Turn About Is Fnlr Play.
"How are tho farmers making outthis
year?" ahked a New Yorker, a former
resident of Vermont, of a friend from
the old home.
"Poorly," replied the Green Mountain
man. "You recollect old Bill Thoinp
bou? Well, hiscaso illustrates the con
dition of affairs. It came around the
end of tho year, and he hadn't made
enough to pay his man, so ho had to sell
a yoke of oxen to get money.
"When ho turned the proceeds over to
tho fellow, ho baid, 'Tom, times are hard,
farming's played out, and I've got to let
" 'But,' aid Tom, 'you've got moro
cattle. I'll serve you and look for my
wages in cattle.'
''And when they're all gone what
will you do?'
"'What will I do?' queried Tom.
'Why, then you'll work for me, don't
you see, and get all your cattlo back
again.' "New York Herald.
Tho Cause of Dew.
An examiner once visited a college of
some importance in tho north of Eng
land. Among other questions ho asked what
was the cause of dew.
No ono could answer.
At last ono Of the pupil3 got up and
"The earth turns on its axis once In
every 24 hours with such a rapidity that
it inspires and thus produces dow."
"Why, the fellow kept asking me. his
host, if my witticisms were original.
What does that show?"
"It shows that he is a man who has
read very little." Truth.
Miss Pinkerly What an awfully pret
ty ra"yon have, Mr, Calloway! Won't
yon eouie and kiss me, Willie?
Willie (doubtfully) I guess I hadn't
hotter, mamma. She wouldn't be satis
fied with one.
Mrs. QaMowov Why, Willie, what an
WilHe (trimnpoantiy) Well, that's
what my big brother Bays! Brooklyn
Our professor was lately lecturing at
the "annex" to n class of three. In the
course of his talk ho came to an exposi
tion of his views as to woman' func
tions in tho body politic. "W-.men," lie
is leported to have said, "are merely the
element of beauty in life. Their busi
ness is to make life graceful, and they
can't do that, you know, unless they
themselves are pretty and graceful. If
a girl is not pretty, she m-glit just as
well vanish from the face of the earth
that is," he qualified as ho gazed at the
three sober spectacled faces Infiontof
him "er unless sne's tolerably pret
ty, you know." Boston Budget.
A Natural MUtnlte.
MtffrSJ"'- Ufa KNvTiViwrH xt
few! Mtilfewvv-? ifT?? r )
Little Boy Ma, is that lady tho coach
man's wife? Hallo.
It was a handsome solitaire, and she
evidently desired the jeweler to know
that it was her engagement ring.
"I would like to have this ring altered
to suit my finger," said the pretty girl as
sho flourished tho brilliant bauble before
tho eyes of the jeweler.
The jeweler took tho ring and smiled.
He had seen it before.
"I can do that in a minnte," ho re
plied. Screwing a magnifying glass m
his eye and taking a sharp pointed in
strument in his hand, he touched a mi
nute spring ou tho inside of tho ring and
made it tho exact size, saying as he
placed it on her finger:
"You see, theso rings aro made in this
manner for tho reason that they aro worn
by so many different people. It is a great
Tho young lady sailed out of the shop
burning with iudignatiou, and the reason
she did not fly was because she hadn't
the wings. What did she think? You
know, and it is only necessary to state
that she did not wear the ring.
Another girl has it now, but this time
tho jeweler was not permitted to touch
the spring. The young man did it him
self. Pearson's Weekly.
A AVIt of the War.
"In our company during the civil
war," said Captain T. E. Barlow of Mil
waukee, "was a stuttering sergeant
named Thomas and a chaplain named
Cheuautt, who was exceedingly untidy
in personal appearanoe. The sergeant
was a wit and gave the chaplain no end
of trouble. One cold day the parson
had preached over an hour, and at tho
closo of his discourso asked any ono who
felt serious to come forward.
"Tho sergeaut went at once. 'Do you
really feel serious?' asked the chaplain,
rather doubtful of his convert. 'Se-se-rious,
I sh-sh-fahould say I-I di-did. Any
m-man w-would feel s-se-serious to s-s-sit
on ac-ca-cal;eof ico t t-two hours and
h-he-hear y-you p-p-preach,' was tho re
ply. On another occasion, at mess, the
sergeant began to eat before tho chap
lain had asked the accustomed blessing.
Extending his hands over tho table, tho
" 'Pause, bergeant, pause.'
" 'Y-Yes, I b-s-eo 'in. D-d-d-d dirty
ones too.' "St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
This year's university examinations
have commenced well and show that
budding masters of arts and doctors of
law are gradually getting out of tho
beaten tracks of ordinary knowledge
for instance, ono gentleman explained
tho "equinox" to he derived from "equa,"
a mare, and "nox," night, which, when
cojoined, moan a "nichtmare." Another
described "primogeniture" as a plant
which bears only one flower, nnda third,
who was striving for honors in history,
wroto in his essay on tho character of
Henry VIII, "Cartherine Parr, who sur
vived tho king, was going to be behead
ed, but he died the day before ho signed
the warrant." Loudon Telegraph.
Dunn I say, Upton, when are you go
ing to pay me thatsovereign you owe me?
Hardy Upton (indignant, but digni
fied) Dunn, this is twice in three years
you have importuned me for that money.
I was once your triend, but this day sev
ers all our relations, hir! And I wish
you to understand, sir, that as long as I
livo I shall never borrow another six
pence from you. That is my ultimatum,
sir! Good day! Tit-Bits.
A Great Grief.
"I shouldn't have thoutrht that Maud
would have preferred George to Harry.
Harry earns twice as much money in
tho courso of the year."
"I know, but Harrv only baa a loo.
from which he geta wages, while George
Voids a eituation and receives a salary
lie Was Wrong.
A lady entered a Boston street car ono
day, and a gentleman arose and politely
gave her his seat Something seemed to
trouble the gentleman, for he shortly
bent over and said, "I beg pardon, mad
am, but did you say anything!"
"No sir," answered the lady curtly.
"I think Chappie and his sister look
vary much alike.".
"Oh, do you? I uver thought she
looked the least bit effeminate." Chi
oago Inter Ocean.
Caller (in editorial eaaetmn) Do yon
I Editor Is it In convenient length to
' throw t the dertlT-Tm,tb.
i:ac!iln 1 or toliimuM. .. ......
Captain Gaml.iur, R. N., goes n htep
furtliur tlmn t ho assertion that Co
lmnbus did not know what ho was
ilisi-ovenivj and di'inos him tho nun-it
of having tlisooyeied at nil. The i j-t
sight of Amcri'T. 1.,- scys in Tl9
Fortnightly, ' . . , inetl by ono
Jean Ov-in i 1 c, m USS. four
years boioie tho it. . vl of Coh.iiiinis
at !L'rm Salvi I n Cousin nctu.i"y
sailed up t if A uabiu river, which ho
willed after tho native inuiio "Maray
On board his vesbol waa n niau
named P.iu-on. who was tried riid
punched tor insubordination on Uu
return to Dieppe. Being banish -d
from France, tuia Pmcou made his
way to Palos. in Spain, and though
there is no direct evidence that Co
luinlms bought him out nnd obtain
ed information as to Cousin's voy
age, it is a temarkablo fact that
one of Columbus' vessels was netu
ally commanded by a man of this
name, who was accompanied by two
brothers. Tho principal thing to
bo said in opposition to Captain
(3 a miner's theory is that France,
which assiduously lays claim to every
f-cieutifie invention and discovery that
can bo named, has never been known
to put forward a pretension to the
discovery of America. Perhaps after
thiR sho will. -Pall Mall Gazette.
Ono of Cromn ell's Letters.
Among tho Wolbeclc abbey manu
scripts is a characteristic letter from
Oliver Cromwell to Captain Penn,
which is dated July 9, 1053, and reads
in part as follews: "It is not a little
muj mured in this place that the
Heete camo off from the enemies'
coast att this tyme. Somo whoo nei
ther lovo you nor us nor this cause
are apt to mako their owno construe
tions of itt, yett I believe you satis
tied your judgments in itt. Indeed
that which I apprehend is that tho
Dutch commissioners may bee a lit
tle high upon itt, but that I trust will
roturne upon their owno heads in the
end. I often thiuke of our great
losso in your deero General Deane.
my most nereriend.
"I wish that the honest interest
heo carried onn may still bo main
tained amongst you. Dee that, and all
will doe well, in that I shall desier to"
servo you to tho uppermost as in all
thinges else. I shal ho glad to heere
from you how your affaires go. 1
hope tho Lord has brought inu to tho
present parliament men of approved
godliness for the generallitye of
them, and very few, if any, lyablo to
just exception. Beo not shyo to lott
mee know wherein I may oxpresse
my lovo, for you shall fiudo mee your
very true friend."
When Toil Gopo.
A well bred man puts his hand
over his mouth when ho yawns, but
not ono well' bred man in 10,000
knows why. Tho reason is this:
Four or five hundred years ago
there was a superstition common in
Europe that tho devil was always ly
ing in wait to enter a man's body and
take possession of him. Satan gen
erally went in by tho mouth, but
when ho had waited a reasonable
tune and the man did not open his
mouth tho devil made him yawn, and
while his mouth was opened jumped
down his throat. So many cases of
this kind occurred that tho people
learned to mako tho sign of thocrobs
over their mouths whenever thoy
yawned in order to scire away the
Tho peasantry in Italy and Spain
still adhere to this method, but most
other people have dispensed with tho
cross sign and keep out tho devil by
simply placing tho hand before the
lips. It is a most romarkahlo sur
vival of a practico after tho sigmfi
cauce has perished. Exchange.
Origin of Salvation Army.
Tho Salvation Army had its origin
in tho town of Whitby, in the rough
coal mining district of Yorkshire,
where General Booth, at that time
Rov. William Booth, was doing hum
ble mission work. England was then
in arms, expecting to jump into tho
Russo Turkish war. It occurred to
Booth that ho might attract a crowd
by ibsuing a declaration of war him
self, bo ho prepared ono forthwith,
sprinkled it plentifully with hallelu
iahs and posted 2,000 copies of it
about town. Tho dovico tickled tho
British sense of humor, there was a
"redhot, rousing meeting," to quote
General Booth, "tho penitent fell
down in heaps." and tho Salvation
Armv sprang into life full grown.
Journal of Education.
A Good Malinger.
Cook (7 a. m.) Please, ma'am, tboi
dog got hold of the steak that va
for breakfast. Shall I go out and got
Mistress Is there any nowa in the
"Yes, indeed, ma'ara. Big acci
dents, and horrid murders, and bomb
explosions, and rumors of another
"Very well. Warm over some
thing left from supjwr and place the
paper by my husband's plate." To
The Two Fared Month.
The word January ia derived from
tho Latin Jauuariua, a name given
to it by the Romaus from Janus,
one of their divinities, to whom
they attributed two faces because on
the one side the first of January look
ed toward the new year and on the
other toward the old.
Beautifully klu 1 I crepons andgnuzct
are shown for evening toilets.
Sleeves are enormom, but continue t'
droop from tho shoulders in n huge W.
puff ut tho elbow.
Ladies' cloth in every weight nnd shade
ia shown as a "leader" in all tho fashion
able dry goods houses.
Vert sperenza is tho new name of a
fasluonablo emerald green that appoirs
among brocades, shot taffotas and fancy
Green, black and wino colored velvet
plateau hats for tho theater aro trimmed
with costly cream lices and erect airy
egrets, held by gl . ttenng tricolored, mock
New fancy trimming braidj aro adorn
ed with jet beads. Opaque and pearl
beads aro also made up with jet and aro
used with fine effect laid over black vel
vet ribbon on gowns of gray and black,
or black and white, striped or brocaded
satin and silk.
New mink capes of extra length have
flat shoulders aud aro finished with yokes
of sealskin. Theater coats of black or
dark green velvet have yokes, borders and
shoulder points of ermine. Somo aro in
semiloose sack shape from tho yoko down,
front and back. New York Post.
A man who suspects nothing has no
Patient people aro sometimes fright
Advico is like medicine n man would
rather give than tako it.
Btid all Urn train n; nil
t roin cat ly erroi 8 or lau i
cxci'Wtes, tlie riMil.s
o eru 01 k, tlckuiki,
worn, ite FullhtruiiRtli
don Vpmont nml ton
phe toecry oison nuo
SortH'ii cf tl'e t!j
lmmylltttf Inn -"vm r .
2,(M1 referenced 13 hiw
explKnnttnn anil .n-ofj
mulled (s ealeU) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO
DUFrALO. N v
THE INDEPENDENT STEAMER
Leaves Portland for Balem aud Cor
Sundays & Wednesdays
6. A. M.
Leaves Balem for Portland Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 0 A. M. Passen
ger rate Salem to Portl'd, $1.
REDUCED RATES to San Francisco
F. J. Smith, Agt., Trade 8t. Dock.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice ihhkhkuy oivkn thaptiik
IuiinerNblp lirrotof..rp ix'fstlni! bi'iwem
Drv. JecKiip Carlwilu'lil IhUiIh rtny ill solvcil
by minimi oonteut. Dr, Jiv.hu n u 111 rcmniii
In lueottleo formerly (iccuplxl by uh lr.
Ciirtwrlebt will remove to 10 inn 4, r nnd 0
D'.Vrcl bluuk H. II wvv.
Palorn, Or., March 1, 1891. 3-Mm
CAM I OBTAIN A PATKNTf For a
prompt answer anil an honest opinion, write to
M 11 N N ik CO., who bare bad neurit fifty years1
experience In tbe patent business. Communica
tions strictly oonfldentlal. A Ilnnilbook of In
formation concerning I'aleiit and bow to ob
tain tbem sent frcei Also a catalogue of mechan
ical and scientific books sent free.
l'atents taken through Jlunn Sc Co. rccelro
ipeclal notice In tbe cnntltlc Amerlrnu, and
thus are brought widely before tbe public with
out cost to tbe Inventor. Ibis solendld paper.
Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far tlio
largest circulation of any tcientitlc work-In tbe
world 83 a year, hamplc copies tent free.
Building Edition, monthly, tiJU) a year. Hinglo
copies 'ii cents. Krory number contain! beau
tiful plate. In colors, and photographs of now
houses, with plans, enabling builders to show tho
latest designs and secure contracts Address
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Transact a general banking business
I'nmnit atteutlon paid to collections. Loans
made. Kxchange boiifUl and hold on the
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Infant, Connecting and Primary claaae
every week day from 0 a. in. to
V& m. except naiuruay
HISS 0, BALLOU,
for teachers' dally practice work from
0 a. in. to VI in. In Kindergarten.
On Monday, Wednesday aud Friday
from 2 to 4 p. in. Clause meet for
study of Froebel system. Mrs. P. S.
Meets Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. with
tmliittig elaM, eonduoted by Mrs.
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Information apply at Kindergarten
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w!01 of l
m m tn bh u V fcs uij m c
what Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, ?
harsh, brittle? Does it split at tho ends? tins It a J
lifeless appearance ? Does It fall out when combed or JS
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Does your scalp Itch?
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your symptoms be warned In time oryou will become bald.
Skookum Root Hair Grower I
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cry of how to treat them. 'Skookum"oontalns neither minerals nor oils. It sr
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IV Keen the scalp clean,
and dtttrvy the batr.
mo.uw ok ooKum ain
It your druggist cannot supply you send direct to us, and we will forward i
prepaid, on receipt of price. Grower, (1.00 per bottle ( tor 15.00. Soap, 60c ,
per jar t 8 for $150,
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER
57 Mouth Fifth Arenac, Vevr York, N. Y.
S. W. THOMPSON & Co.,
Always Keep on hand a largo stock 6f loose and unmounted
Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires nndimpoited Opals.
2 21 Comm.ercial2lStreet.
Contain 11-2 nam
ilrsrrlitloiiH tlml Ut'srrlup, not iiifslcml;
Thp rover lBClmrnilntr In lmrmonlntiNlitnil.
InK of wntc r color prims
nltii a colli Intel. n loiiinl, a
IIS nncesof Novelties nrlnleil
on, AH the leading noveltlis nml the best of
IlieolJ varieties. '1 liene hard limes von rnmmt
Rflonl to nm any risk. Iluy IIONrsT
(i(M)l) nhero jnii will receive KIII.Ij
J1IHASUII IJ. 11 Is not nereMarv lo miter
tlsi'llmt Mck's seeds prow, this la Known lha
norlil oer. niul also that thv imrveht navs. A
'I very llllle spent for imiper
4 6A4 To hah IfivAO fl na (Ttt nlr o suisul nililrnnsi
- Cr I loral (Julilo tlieliamUoinestculaloEuefor
wlili h miiy do il dsntoi from first order, u ir J0 0ih Prises for Potato s, Vlrlm' HrmU l
not llUiipiioiiit. They (iioiv, limy Flourlnli, I hoy I'rodiico Aliiiiidiiiilly.
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1 DAYS to
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il Quicker to Omaha and Kan-
MM 1ST WIJ
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Pre'
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Cart,
Vorralsjsi aad general luforioatlon call no
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
1 v Hard Wood Finishing,
(tsisflvr"i'kfoi)t. Ksttlmsit4H fHroUh
d. A4Af: i. KMiutruili, mHm. Tll
deo utt xalam Motor lUllway. ortU 8aln
Xeava order at fltiner 13lor, 114a
healthy, and free from Irritating eruptions, by
doai it ucsuoje vanuiiio injects, waka jycu c
Wholesale nnd Itctnil
Dealer in Fresh, Suit and
Smoked Meats ot.a lliinds
OH Court and
110 State Streets.
Forest Grove Poultry Yards.
Established in 1877.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FROM TITE VEHY BEST VARIETIES.
Slock Kino; than Ever, Lut Prices Same as Usual
Get the. ISest uml Minn vi will bo Hntigfled. Bend
for Catalogue. A(l(lrts
J. M. GARRISON.
Lock Rex .'!T, Kort'ttt Grove, Or.
Contain the Germ of Life.
Vick's Floral Guide, 1894,
Tne Pioneer Cstslogns of Vefetsbles and Flowers,
KtKI l.'J In., nllli
PanTtra Tellorf Ololio
Onion Knl, $1.0U
llnlilln, Klliel Vlclf,
In preen nml wlills,
ilrenm f lifnuty.
In 8illflVrent nil-
iuim nltli lit na.ili
VSGK'S SOSSI $
East and South
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Sculhnrn Pacific Company.
OALirOl'NIA EXi'itRSM TJtAIN KUN BA1LY 1IK1
IWttN 1'OUTIANl) AMDS. IT,
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Ar. I K'M tt. Ui
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I'ortland tii Allmny IucIukIvo; bIko utTuiiKOUt
Ml.eilil, llttltwy, ilHrrlHliurK. Juuctlon (Jlty
Irvlnif, Kimeiieiiiid nil HUitlotu from lUwcburg
lo AklilHiul Inclusive.
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:M p. in. I Ar.
Ar. I t:M p. in,
l.v. I 1:40 p. in,
I.v. 7;0i) h.u
IMfiing ai'H on Option ICoute
PULLMAN BUM SLBBPBHS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to ull through trulus,
Vest Side Division, Between Portland
I'M u. in. I l.v.
6 p. Jll,
IM p. m.
lifclft p. in. 1 Ar.
At Allmny mid OirvallU muneot
trains of Oreo I'urtfjo lUllrond.
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To all ixilnui In the Kasttrn HlaU, Canada
una nurojwt can on tiuiuiuea at lowest ruts)
from V. W. MlCINNKIt, Agent, Halem
A.V. IWK1KIW, AuU O. V. aud 1'aaa. Ag'l
IL KOKHLKli, Uanaaor
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
One K-raom and one sVroom ooIUko In Oak
Lwh AddlUun, with two good lols. Will b
n4il Mparateiy ot tovmher. An iinysiiully
good bargain. Apply to W. K.BOHUKH.uof
I'kofk&sio.nai. and hubinkss oakds.
i. il. d'akuy. tit o. u. mrcoii AM.
D'AKOY A BINOIIAM, AttorucyB at Law,
Koiiik, I, '1 una 3, U'Arcy hullding. Hi
uitohtnct. bpttlni mimUoi. gtvm to bunl
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O o.imnpiciu Ftrnog npli. Oil.ce, room
u.Uirty block. xntiOcBtol ork uouowtreu.
sonulilo intes. li!-'.'0
WUiCNIQliTOX-Arcliltect nnd superlu
teudcut. OUlte, rooius J uud 3 llunh.
ureyuinn iiiock. it- iy-u
So. jMtiowrJ, .m. u.. t'uygician and bur
, gfon. Ollko, Aiurpliy block; residence,
in. 1.,'omnuTClal wlrtcl.
DK. X. U. HM1TH, Deutut, K! state Rtreet
BMiem, Oregou. Finished dental opera,
.ions ol every description. I'nlnlees opera
MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
Truvelera "uiakea note on t.", . W
This Great Railway System Connects
ST, PAUL and OMAHA
With nit trnnHcontlnentat Hues, giving
direct and swift communion.
tlou to all
KAS1KKN Ilia BOUTIIKIIN POINT H,
AND IS TIIK
Eleeti'lo J.lKhted JundC Blonin Heated
Vestlbulcd trulus o( elegant Sleeping,
1 '.u lor, Dining and Diifiul
JO'ee Iicclinlng Chairs,
Milting 11 Norvico second to none In the
Tickets are on sale at nil prominent railroad
For further information imk the nearest rail
road ugout, or iti'dr -uh
C.J. EDDY, General Agt.
J. Y7. CASEY, Trav. Pass Agt.
From TormiDal or Interior Points the I
I Is;tlio.llne toitastrSTraa.fHBffl
To all Points East and South.
It Is the dining car route. Itruns through
reitlbule trnltis every day In tbe year to
SP. - PAUL AND
(No change of can.)
Uompeued or dining vani unsurpassed,;
Pullman drawing room sleepers
ui latest equipment
Ilest that can be constructed and In whlon
aTOimmodutltsns are both tree and fur
nished for holder of first and sooond-ckua
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Aoontlnnots line oonneetlng with all
lines, urtordliig direct and uninterrupted
Pullman slP'"- rootrvatlonscan.be se
cured in udvibio tbiongu any agent of
Through tloltoU U nnd from all points
In America, Knglnnd aud Kurope can be
purchased at auy tloket ofltoe of this coin
Full Information concerning rates, time
or truliiH,roule nnd other details furnished
on tipullcntlon to any agent or
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General Passenger Agent. Wo,
UI Kind street, oor. Washington; I'ort
Kiiaw & Downino, ARenta.
WISCONSIN CENT1UL LINES
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co., Lttii.)
LATEST TIME! CARD,
Dally Through Trains.
6 URpm I . Mlnn. a
7:lfiim I HtPaul a
idApin I.. Dulutha
7 Inpm I . Ashlaud. a
10 Ufa i4.X'hlcugol
iliu Wiru.mVlu' l uiilruflliibH . .uTwo fiuit
trliisdallv beltvreiiHt. l'uiil.Mlnnounollsan
Chicago U luruukeoundall point In Wiscon
sin; making coniuutlnii In (llilcngo wllh all
lines running fast uml south.
Tickets sold and hugRitge checked tbrougn
to all points In )" UulieuHtutesed Canada.
Clone oonufttlou muilo lit Chicago with all
trains going Ktut and Houth.
Kor lull Information apply to your nearest
ticket agent or JAM. c. l'(INI),
tln. Puas.audTkt. Agt.,'.MIIwriiikee, Wis.
lyiavM IJolse-s dook Mondays, V ' njt
UKTUIININO, leaves lHutUi days,
Thursdays atid Saturdays at 0:13
Vni time rpr passenger servi , no rray
ending fr)g lit bandied.
HOUND fltlP (unllmlteJ) K00. One troy,
MUALa 35 OBNT3
Kor freight rates and tlck.uapjly in if A.
BLBlOaX. Agent, at theidook, foct of Mult