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PREMIERS OF GREAT BRITAIN.
1. Dec. 2J, 178.WilHnm Pitt, Coneerv
ntive. 2. Mnrch 17, 1801, Henry Aildington,
Con vn utivo.
3. M.ij lo, 1804, William Pitt, Con
4. rib. 11. 1606, Lord Greenville, Lib-
5. March 31, lfeOT, Duke of Portlaud,
0 Dec 2. 1S0J), Spencer Peicival, Con
7. JiidcO. 1810, Earl of Liverpool, Con
hurvntive. 8. Apiil 24, 1827, George Canning, Lib
eral. 0. Sept. 5, 1827, Viscount Goderich,
10. Jan. 25, 1828, Duke of Wellington,
11. Nov. 22, 1830, Earl Gray1, Liberal.
12. July 18, 1834. Viscount Melbourne,
13. Dec. 20, 1834, Sir Robert Peel, Con
servative. 14. April 18. 1835, Viscount Melbourne,
15. Sept. 0, 1811, Sir Robert Peel, Con
("rvativo. 10. July 0, 1840. Lord John Russell,
17. Fob. 27, 1852, Earl of Derby, Con
servative. 18. Dec. 28, 1813, Earl of Abercorn,
10. IYbi 10, 1835, Lord Palmerston,
20. Teb. 25, ISIS, Eail of Derby, Con
servative. 21. Juno 18, 1859, Loid Palmerston,
22. Nov. 0. 1805. Earl Russell," Liberal.
2J. July 0, 18C0, Earl of Derby, Con
servative. 24. Feb. 27, 1808, Benjamin Disraeli,
25. Dec. 9, 1808, William E. Gladstone,
20. Feb. 21, 1874, Benjamin Disraeli,
27. Apiil 28, 1880, William E. Glad
28. Jupe 24, -1835, Marquis of Salis
29. Feb. 1,1880, William E.Gladstone,
30. July 20, 1880, Marquis of Salis
31. Aug. 15, 1892, William E. Glad
32. March 10, 1804, Lord Rosebery,
Libeial. San Francisco Examiner.
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.
In 85 years there have been in Franco
Austria haa 20 divorces to 1,000 mar
riages; Hungary, but 0.
In England to 1,000,000 of population
there are nine divorces every year. '
The marriage of first cousins is for
bidden in 14 states and territories.
The most common 'cause for divorce
in Italy is cruelty from tho husband.
In 20 years tho ratio of divorces to
marriages has increased from 100 to 250
per cent in every country of Euiope.
In 1780 a law was passed in Massa
chusetts forbidding the marriage of white
people with Indians.mulattoes ornegroes.
According to the statistics of Mr. Car
roll D. Wright, there is one divorce to
every 479 marriages in the United States.
During the last 40 years 78,750 divorces
have been granted in Franco on the
ground of cruelty; 4,700 for other causes.
There is apparently some ratio between
divorce and suicide, as in most countries
a correspondence is observed between
tho numbers of tho two.
A Connecticut man got a divorce be
cause "the defendant would not get up
in the morning, nor call this plaintiff,
nor do anything she was told."
Darwin spys that 450 per 10,000 mar
riages among tho English nobility aro
between blood relatives, and over 19 per
cent of such marriages are childless.
An Indiana divorce was some years
ago granted because "the defendant pull
ed all tho covering off of this plaintiff's
bed, and she likewise ran a knitting nee
dle four inches into his arm." St. Louis
It is said thai Rhea will not act in this
country next season.
Kathrine Clemmons has quit starring
for good, eo it is said.
Richard Golden resumes his starring
tour in "Jed Pronty" next fall.
Gracio M. Russell, soubrette, met with
n painful accident in New Orleans. She
suffers from a broken arm and other in
juries. Among Mr. Tree's prospective arrange
ments at the Huymarket, London, is in
cluded a revival of "Fedora," with Mrs.
Patrick Campbell in tlie title rolo and
Tree as Ipanoff.
Miss Fortescue is going to make a pro
fessional tour iu "Hypatia," with all the
original 6cenery, costumes and accesso
ries used in tho London Huymarket pro
duction of Mr. Ogilvio's play.
Miss EfHe Shannon, formerly a mem
bar of Daniel Frohuian's Lyceum the
ater stock company, is now playing tho
juvenile roles with MLss Rose Cogblan
in "A Woman of No Importance."
A sad consequence of tho habit of ac
cepting complimentary tickets to tho the
ater occurred recently iu Buffalo when
a burglar tent two seats to a man and
his wife, and while they were attending
the performance robbed the bouse.
Clara Morris lias not yet decided
whether she will act next6aon or not,
Dunng tho past four years, under tho
m uagement of Edwin IL Price, she box
ad led a great deal of money to an al
ready comfortable fortune, fio that phys
ically and financially sbe U all right
George B. Piatt, still hale and athletic,
Is tho last survivor of Sheridan's daring
Senator Wolcott has tho distinction of
being the onlv member of tho tenato who
is troubled with gout.
Rev. J. K Hit I:s, pastor of tho Tirst
Baptist chinch of Baiborsville, Ky.( lm
been appointed policeman of that town
by the city council
Few ptople knew that Mr. Jubez Bal
four, who w:h tried mid found wanting,
o to speak, rufiiMMl n baronetcy ten
dered to hiuiby Mr. Gladstone.
Perhaps theollest son-in-law in this
country is Unci- Dave B:cverof Leb
inon. Or. He u 84, and his mother-in-law
19 living with him at tho age of 09,
The eng igoment of Miss Ai.nie Sea
bury Brewster, daughter of William Cul
leu Biewster of Now Y.ork, to Count de
rraukoustein, a Russian-Polish sports
man and Af l ieau li aveler, is announced.
When General O. O. Howard retires in
tho fall, ho will, it teundeistood, go to
live at Burlington, Vt., where his son,
Captain Guy Howard, is engaged in
building Fort Ethan Allen, a future cav
Mr. Gladstone, in addition to $500,000
left him by his father, ha3 the rent roll of
tho Huw.'.rden estate. Add to tho es
tate, which is worth $90,805 n ear, an
other $10,000 for royalties, and you havo
in round numbers an income of $100,000
The Earl of Derby draws from his ten
ant f annum upward of $850,000 a year.
This is supplemented by his Liverpool
property. This fortunate family also
owns nearly all of tho town of Bury.
The total income of the Earl of Derby is
closo on $1,700,000 a year.
PADDOCK AND PIGSKIN PHILOSOPHY.
The best hay is cheapest and poor
enough for any horse.
What is-home without a mother? What
is a barn without a trotter?
The man who causes two colts to grow
where but one grow beforeis not con
sidered to be a public benefactor nowa
days. No other business so largely specula
tive has htld its own as well as tho trot
ting horse industiy during these hard
In Paris in 1893 19.000 horses were
eaten by the people. In tho United States
in 1893 twice that many horses ate their
heads off. How much better the Paris
plan is I
It is not the long drawn out contests
on tho trotting tmf which tno tho gen
eral public; it's the long drawn out scor
ing and "postponed on account of dark
ness" that make them tired.
No man need expect to get a high
prico now for a trotter that cannot trot
no more than he would for a farm that
would not produce, an engine that would
not run or a bhipthat could not sail.
If you are a farmer, breed for the
serviceable, good roadster every time,
and if you bring down a trotter msko
the best disposal of him J ou can, but
don't bank on him as a.great source of
profit. Turf, Field and Farm.
THE PROPER CAPER.
A new shade of brown is called mor
dore. Violets for outdoor wear are the ac
cepted floral favorites.
Tho now belts are fully 8 inches wido
mid made of jet to match tho collar.
Braid is also made up into these broad
Among the now gowns are those made
of swivel silk. The skirts aro made
plain, being in colors beautiful enough
to need no addition.
Sablo has become the rage in Paris and
is used upon goods from the thickest to
the thinnest material, inoluding street
dresses aud house gowns.
One of the prettiest trimmings for light
summer goods is lace beading in white
or black, with drawn ribbon or velvet to
correspond in color with tho goods.
Tho now bonnets aro dainty little
spring beauties of fine straw and beauti
ful flowers, mounted with two dog's ear
bows of black or colored velvet to match
the costume. Black violets with green
foliage, white violets and mignonettes
are the favorite flowers for trimming.
New York Advertiser.
Silver oribbage boards aro shown, with
amnii driiu-pra for tho cards. Silver
checkerboards have red and blue spaces
The newest standard for a farina co
loimn lmttlf 1ms nnikehko forms resem
bling an ear o wheat, which, attached
to a rounu, cupiiKe uube, uuiua ira uui
tle. A 6afety hatpin is accompanied by a
plate that is attached to tho inside of the
hat, Tho pin-has n dent that fixes in a
rrronve In tho slot of tho nlate. They
come in silver and cheaper material.
A mounted lemon soueezer is among
tho latest imported novelties. It ia
mounted on a silver plated standard and
works with a lew r. It is high enough
to allow a pitoher of a good size to be
.,, i 'i
The first French rariraad line was
opened in 1828.
There are in this country 182,710 miles
of steol rails and 88,917 of iron.
In 1813 Burton patented a locomotive
that wa provided with legs and feet be
hind to push the machine along the
The largest passenger engine in the
United States belongs to the Cleveland,
Colnmlms, Cincinnati and Indianapolis
railroad; weight. 03 tons.
Pter Cooper's engine, the "Tom
Thumb." wJglwd alxwt a ton. The
wheels wwe 21 ft in diameter. The
smokestack "looked like an aggravated
HE HAD ENOUGH.
Tlin Mini tn tho llnrber Clmlr Didn't Want
Barber Did j ou read about that ter
rible niimUr iu the papers thit mow
ing? Cnstleton I glanced over it.
Barber Ilomblo thing. I've been
rervousotr it ever sineo. I tell you,
fir, it doesn't do for a man to read many
of those things. It unsettles him. Havo
a close shave today?
Castleton Not very. Do yon mean
that it makes you nervous?
Barbel Well, sir, when Ivqad those
horrible things about peoplo being put
in pieces, it kind of haunts me. There's
a sort of fascination about it.
Castleton (uneasily) I see. As if you
wanted to do something like that your
self. Is that what yon mean?
Baiber Well, jes. I supposo that is
it. You see, a man comes in and sits
down to be shaved. I havo a dozen razors
ready for him, and all tho time I keep
imagining to myself about those murders
I read. Why, sir, that man might ba my
best friend, but
Castleton (turning white) You don't
mean to say that you have an impulse to
cut a man's throat?
Barber How does this razor feel? All
right? Well, yes, that's tho way I would
feel if I allowed myself to" do so, but of
com so it wouldn't do to givo way. You j
see, it becomes a struggle with me. Tho
man lies before mo helpless just as you
are. I fefcl the sharp. razor in my hand. I
Zip, and the thing is done.
Castleton (the cold sweat coming out
all over him) You don't mean to say"
that you would murder me in cold blood? ,
rsaroer uii.no, bin .wptutuu. oiihyj
your neck? Of course I have always"
managed to control myself before this,
but theio is no telling
Castleton (wildly) Let mo up, quickt
Barber Why, don't you want your
Castleton Not much I don't (throw
ing down CO cents and reaching for his
hat and coat). If I can get out of this
place alive, I bhall be satisfied. Brook
A lucky Flayer.
Two travelers in tho express from Paris
to Nico got into conversation.
"Going to Nice?"
"Also to ilon to Carlo?"
"Oh, yes. I go there every year."
"You play there occasionally, no
"Certainly. Once in tho morning and
onco in tho evening twice a day regu
larly." "And you lose now and then?'
"How is that? Do you mind telling
me how yon manage it?"
".That is very simple I play the vio
That Settled It.
A man was being wheeled away with
the dead at the timedf an epidemic. The
victim suddenly raised his head and de
manded of the man who was taking him
along the stieet where he was taking him
"To tho deadhouse," was tho reply.
"But I am not dead," said the poor
"Oh, you be quiet 1" said tho man who
was pushing him nlong. "I guess tho
doctor knows more about this than yep
.do, and ho says you aro dead." San
Direct I"roin the Museum.
"I see that the india rubber man aqd
the ossified man aro to havo a walking
"Then I bet on tho India rubber manj"
"Well, he may not do so much on the"
first half, but he is euro to .show himself
on tho home stretch."
"That's all very true, bat at tho same
time he'll find tho ossified man a bard,
man to beat." New York Press.
Some Good In XL
Bunker I understand your house wad
burned down tho other night. Sorry o
hear it, old man. And you had such, a
fine library too.
Hill But most of my books were
Bunker By the firemen?
Hill Oh, no! My friends bad previ
ously borrowed them. Truth.
Iletter Than a Itemed. ,
Drug Clerk I'm not urove got any
thing that will cure those spring bofla
right off, but here is a bottle of Miracu
lous Beard Producer that inside of three
days will bring out such a growth ifl
hair on your faco that nobody will know
yon'vo got any boils at all. Texas Sitt
ings. A Laxy Hoy.
Teacher You Are the laziest boy lover
saw. How do you expect to earn a liv
ing when you grow np?
Lazy Boy (yawning) Duuno. duets
I'll teach school. Good News.
Jtut Her fault.
Mother To think that my little Ethel
should have ei-oWn eo impertinently to
papa today at dinner! She never bear
me talk that way to blra.
Ethel (toutly)-Well.but yon caopsed
him, and I didn't Brooklyn Life,
Ejiypt "Ever tho !.r.i
The characters in tho Thousanlnm
One Night" may 1 e almost imagined ti
step dub of their ratting words and l
take form and glow with the generoui
warmth of life beforb ones ery eyen
The natives still drink tho same coffi'
and out of the eaino cups; tlfy smoke-tin
sam pipes; they wear generally tho samt
dress: they play the camo primitive in
fltruments that whimper the same strange
and plaintive tones; the funeral proces
sdous wend their way along the streets as
of old; the popular festivals or moolids
are still observed with the Bamo untiring
capacity for enjoyment; tho public re
citers still practice their piofssion be
fore admiring crowds; tho water carrier?
still carry their burdens ko welcomo tt
tho thirsty lips; except in the houses of
the rich and thoroughly Eoroi-eunizetl,
the food is still eaten with the fingers
and in the same manner, and the h.nidr
aro washed in the same basins am
ewers: the mosque of El-Azhar still al
tracts its crowds of students.
Even tho old wooden locks und keys arc
still in use, aud tho water jars are still
kept cool in the lattice work of the over
hanging muBhrabiyeh window frames
Instances of this sort might be multiplied,
a hundredfold. It is indeed a wonderful
change and contrast that is presented U
the eyo when you leave the European nu'l
enter the nativo quarter. GentlomanV
How He Lived.
"Does Anybody know what Blink
ins' business is?"
"Why, certainly; ho'sa loan agent."
"Yes; hasn't ho struck you yetf"
and all fr-u train of r V
from early irrurs or la
excd&r. tlio roulu
oemuik, tlikiu -worn,
etc Fullbtre g
dux lupiriei t und t .
glwn toeerj titan
portion cf t.,c I.
Slinpl nnturr In HI
JrjimefllnlM w i vi .
WCIl. F:ltllllF tmj II 'V
2 mi ri'rVrciii n i
explnn'lon oi ti pf:
mailed (f.-alcil) rrcu
ERIE MEDICAL CO
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERS P.
VTOriCB 18 HKHKUY OIVf'N THAT TH
i partnership heretofore walstlnc helve' n
fir-i. iHtiBUp A C'Hriwilirlit In tliU dny (llffi'ilvf d
b) mutual content. Or. .lesaun will reiimli
in tuentnee li.rrmrK txcnpKd liy ux Mr
fjirlwrleh will remove to io nii4, 6 nrd
D'Arcy block .. it ks vi:
Hniem.Or.M'nh I.18M1 3-Hm
Kates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The beat Aolel betVceu I'ortJuud Had H."l'
Francisco. Kint-clasi, In all IU Kpimlulinanti
IU tables are served with the
tirown In the Willamette Vulle
' A I. WAGNFR. Prop
E. iM.- WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Uunh'a New Brlolcover ttaa-bauk; 0-m'i street
THE INDEPENDENT STEAMER
leaves Portland for Halem aud Cor-
Sundays & Wednesdays
6. A. M.
Leaves Halem for Porllaad Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 0 A."M. Passen
ger rate Salem to Pprtl'd, $1.
REDUCED RATES to San Frauclaco
F. J. Smith, Agt., Trade St. Dock.
VAHD3. Only purrttitook : Iwpt HpeolaUy,
Urown Xfcbornii. IHyroouth llockn, Illa'-k
Minorca aud Black LatiK.hanii Kgt tor
batchluir. J.J.MIliViKn, Hlein,
$Wiretl near Btate. -3 dwlrn
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
Combines every element of I
fceauty and purity. It ia beauti
fying, soothing, beajing, hpalth
lul, and harmless, and when
rightly usetl is invisible, A most
delicate and desirable protection
1 o the face in this climate.
Xstlst upon taTlrg tb genulns,
tT FM 8Atl KVUYWHEBE.
wnac is mo condition or yours r is your nair aey,-
t....1. ti.uiu? rtni. it- -1i .4f... n.i.oi n- i
iiiiia.i, uiiiuui iaii it. ojiifc cab uiu uiuar iiua ii a
lifeless appearance? Does It fall out when corribed or
brushed? Is It full of dandruff? Docs your scalp itch ?
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these aro some of
your symptoms be -yvarncd In time or you will become bald.
SkookumRoot Hair Grower!
is what you nwd. ItiDrodncUohUnotDacclht.butthKsaKif acfantlflo C
reftitarrh. Knntvlnlffn nf thfl
err of bovr to treat t Bern,
is not a uje, out a aeiigntrtmj
the foUlclct, tt ttopt fatting
tsr Keen the frc&tp clean,
mo uo or sjrooirum tnu
ana attinv the nair,
If Tour druicUtrasBolmsetrTen send direct tons, and wo wttl forward
prepaid, on rvcelttof price.
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER
07 South Birth Aveaae, New Tork, N. V.
Til APE MARK
&Stky Choice Meats.
S. W. THOMPSON .& Co.,
Always Keep on hand a large Btock of loose and unmounted
Diamonds, Kubies,"Sapphhe8 and imported OpalB.
221 Commercial" Street.
T ook T"X
-Mtsta oa jrr7;"JVKTik.
v Vicks' Seeds
Contnlns 112 nairra
description! tliat doicrlbr, not nlslrtill
lllnitratlona that lnitrurt, not eif(ri;raIo
with a cold ImckKround, a drram nf bf ulr.
.ai'Ugoiiuf Novelties rrlntpiUiUdjflertnt col
ors. All tlia leadlnir liavcltlM and the btst of
I .t. a.ai'
the old varieties. Time litrd
Eco Vlck'8 Flo
Biiorn to run any rial,
tiOOl) whfxo you will
ISAMlltK. it ia
Use that Vlck'a )
ethat Vlck'a aefda Arrow.
world over, and alto that
J virv lltllaiiiiit larAmlwriud irlllaiivtirm-.
r iuueiifiiirorprorarMni trill eiif i
I'loral Guide the handfomfit caUlogue for
lS'H. If you loren, flneBanlen aend addrew now, with lfctnli,
IiU1i miiy bedidactert frvru flrat order. JTSIOCaihrrlmfor r
IiUIi miiy tieamecieii irvruuraioraer. a4rra9iuuBmiiiorrgt i. neKr neemua
not DNmiiiolnt. Tlicy (.'row, they flourleli, they r6duco Abuntluntly,
rsr JAMES VIGK'S SONS
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ' ST. LOUIS
i DAYS to
Hours fc nu'ceft to cas tan(i
Hours Quickcr tosas0mc$:
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepn, Fref
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Cart,
II II. fJLAIUC.
K.fcl.l.KUy'ANJJBl'i ON.J VW' IW8'
tor rate aud general loroimauon eall on
W H HDHl.llUnT, AmI.0.1.A
. VA WMftlutfUrn Bit, (JorAl
HOUSE Painting. Decorating,
1 1 Hard Wood Finishing,
(Vn nil imud nMrHM.
KitloiatM (urn lib
e4. AuarM( urn. Juilruiu. ruiam. Jll
T"" .. .... .-.....-.... t.... .
iiMniui on ttaiany iotor luuwar.Moiin autm
Lav order HuAuuA UtoaMn, i
-,,. -C. .AtV
vnitf" fintr ifrvJii
cuaeuwoi too nmir ana coup imilo taoaifCOT C
rllsMlftlof too h&lr and Attain
Bkookam contain neither ralneraU nor olli. It
cooling ana rareming todio. irr stimulating
hair, tun dandrvT atui trreu Aatr o paU
healthy, and free from Irrltatlne ernpUoni. by
iSodp. ItdectroTsparcuiMo (rtMcit, kai
.Grower, 8Upr bottle jXer$i.Q0, J3oap,$ou.
Wholesale ami Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Bait and
Smoked Meats ot a lKhuls
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
Grove Poultry Yards.
Eatubllshpd In 1877.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FROM THE VERY BEST VARIETIES.
S'osk Fine; th.m Ever, lul Prico? Same as llsua'jj
Get tlin Boat ami tin n you will bo Batleflod. Pond
7 fir Catalogue. Mdrem
J. M. GARRISON,
,,rH-i Or..vc, Or.
Contain the Genu of Life. 7l
VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE. V?
'Vick's Flora! Guide, 1894, 2
Catalsfva of TifitaUn and rlowin,
8x10 1-2 In., it It i
DinTtn Yellow Olobo
'lurnif r Vt,
necMsnrr to ailve r-
tiils la known tu
the 1nrtnt pajra.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company,
OALItJOUNIA KXPRKOS TRAIN HUM DAILY 11?
TWJStN J'OUTMJID ArtDB. K,
ti' lo p. in, Lv.
Ar. I fc.'Al u, to
LiV.l S.iiUu. in
Lv.l 7.1X) p. to
Above trMUm Uip at all atatlona from
1'ortlancT to Albany Inoluilvu; alao utTuniteul
HUeUd, IiaUor, Hrtrrlaburic. Junction Utty,
Irvlotr, .Kunerie and alt HUtlom from llootburu
to Asbtand luclualvo.
o. JO a. m. I i.v.
11:17 a. mi,r.
rfO p. in, I A.
, j i.eli p. in.
Lv. J 1:40 p, m.
! . "'
JiV. 7.-UU tt. ID
Dluing Cars on Ogdcu Itoute
PULLMAN BDFFBT SLHEW l
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all tnrouvb Ijuloa.
Ye?t ide Division, Between Portland
PA! HT itLXtZirt 8UMUAT).
tain, p. rn. I Ar.
ojA p, in.
Ii00 p. in,
A. Illi.n. u.l ftnrVrtltlH tdntAJt Uflttl
train of ()rrri 1'nfln lUllroart.
t TgT 3XZV . T ' ...7. jr. i "V -i
KJafKJCMt ruAiniuiiir nJiuftrrnunuAi
Ar. I tti&u.M
Lv. I bJi a. id
To all polnu In the Kaatcrn Htatea, Cauuda
ana tsurope can ou uuutinea av wwni mm
Iroin W. W. BKlNNKlt, Agent. Hulvia.
tCl'. IIOUKIIA, Aaat. U, ir. And Vtun. A'l
t KOKI,EII, UAWUtn
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Onrrti-" and one ((Coin. colUg In Oak
lawn Addition, wlib two good Ma. Wlllba
ulil aanunilnlv ar tnualhar. Au UUUaUallV
good bargain Apply to W. K.bO Kit, cor
ner !Mu aud bHntBiA ueM.
I'KOFKSSIONAl. AND 11USINLS3CAKDS.
ji ' . . . ,.,. . , . t ti ,r . i n
P. if.iU'tn7. "" - aio.4.nxKUBl4
D'AKCY & 1I1NGI1.VM. Atlorneyg nt Law.
ltoi.ma 1, 8 anU S, D'Arcy Itullding, ul
ainte street, bptclnl Attentlor. gHtn to 1UM
neui lti the fciipiciueauil clitult courts of tho
elate, 'J 11
DOinuit a it. Jtastjit'-oiiico, i7 tfute Bt.,
tipixifltBi.jiiit boUhe, uuu lluul WlllRro
i o Olliut) IjOUio V io U Hud 1 to 4 oviocaya-io
iULiMt 1,U, Atlinuiy nt law, talen
, ilngui). Ulllco tipmaliolu l'alton biuck.
J niUiJl'.lt, Aitouuy nt laW.Br.lt ni.Ore
, giu. ulllouovor uiuu'a buuk.
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t'oilco lui)uuil u-: proii pliy rtniUted.
.tluiiiuy bloolt, vur. tilutu aim CouiiueroUl
tret-lit calnni, uiimin. U-M-tf.
yjl'ruLiuA. Ui!.lt.u iA rjpuivnUoic and
O coiunierola Hluno npuy. Uttietvrooin
ii, (J.uy blucic. luu ban ol rork Oouo lre.
sonublo ,alos ia-29
WO.KNIUU1XN-Archlloot and iuperln
luuaeut. uillue, rooms A una S liuitj.
urey man hioolt. 9- iu-tt
SO. BUOWNE, M. 1)., I'liymolan aud bar
, ueon. uiUco, Murpby biooa; restaenoe,
in, uuiniuyrcim girvui.
Dlt.T.O, HM1TU, UentUt. 02 Btate Btrwt
Bnlein, Orogon. Finished dental opera,
.tuna oi ery uesoripuou. xiuntewi vpemr
MILWAUKEE & .ST, PAUL
.Travelera 'tuakcla note on t."i
This Great Railway lSystem Connects
ST. PAUL and . OMAHA
With all tranioontlnental lines, giving
direct and swift oomtnunlw
tlon to all,'
IKAMTKRN tnil BOUIlIKItN 1 O.NTB,
AND IS THB
Klectrlo I.Ihtod Junil Btonm Heated
Vestllmlcd t nil in of eicgnnt Bleeping, 7H
l'arlor, Ulnlng nnd lliilTol
JFrce Reclining Chairs,
Hiking Iu service second to none in tLe
'i'lolteti-Iire oa nale at all prominent railroad
For fiirtlipr lulotmiiilon iisk thu nearest roll'
tQA& agout, or uddrcK
C.Ji EDDY, General Agt.
J. V. CASEY, Trav. Pass Agt.
ll PACIFIC R. .R.
D'ning Cars f
TO GRAND FORKS
BOSTON and all
Points East end South
Kor Information, time cards, raupB and
tickets call ou or write
Buaw & JDownino, Agents, galem.
Or A. D. CitAuivroN. Aest, Ocnl. PftM
Agent; Portlttud, Oregon,
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co., Luna.)
LATEST TJMEI CARD,
Daily Through Trains.
1 . Aahland. a
1, UUiutimui'iutrul lliim ruutwu1a
Irulim dally between bt. 1'aul.UIMie polltand
L'lilcago U Iwaiikeeandall lilnulii YWaoon
In; making pounrctlnn In t lilaigu wltU all
lines running .aitaUdoutli.
Tickets sold aud iwirgage checked ttarougH
to all polnu In the llnluJ Htatea and Canada,
(Miaainiibotloii made In fJnlcauo with all
trains golug Kaat and Hnutti.
Kor lull lulbruiatlon npply to ynr neareat
ticket ageut or J AH. O. rONI.
lieu I'aas, and Tkt. Agt.. Milwaukee, Wis.
Leaves liolat's dock Monday. WnltitrtirUjs
and Fridays 7:1) a. in.
iiurriiitNiNd. Inivm I'nrtund I lie days.
yaat time for pujgr rvtoe. to way
ending rrflgtit handled.
KOUMU THlr'Cuullmliedjr'JW. Oneway,
-MHAta OO OKNT8
Vor freight rates and tlek'l t p ly n K A,
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