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KHAUEAS MIGHTY THROES.
Th ITrwist KrajHQ r th lltnHu Vol.
buo ts a Curlier.
Xws hvm HxVt tHravrs tkat tfce.Rrtt&t
crater is m a Mat of vtetent ebuihstoB.
From nil MCMtEi the action seeitts u
U? none farms limn for 15 to 30 retire.
Tl.e ccoe, irotft aceotrate of toorists rbi
bare jnst nstareel, mnt leroinkrfnHr
iinpKwsrre. At siat tfee raging fires
srig& tM bmT rand jnctHrws of tbe in
fernal reekms. No ccmoeptaoa cab 1m
formed froHt tbe most vivid won! pic
tures of tbe vrodrfnl reality. One mast
tx? to anderstoml and appreciate, ami
there can be no real ccraprvbeiMton of
atythiagsoYast aad so tremendous even
The last eruption, wlteu the lavas were
drained a,way, to& n March, 1S91; but,
although very active up to the time the
lavas were drained away", all statements
show that nothing approachiug the pres
ent activity was viable at that time.
When the break during ISfll occurred, a
large section of the floor of the great
caldera was plunged into the depths-' together which lwth appeared more love
leaving a hole GOO ox 700 feet deep and t ly than all the blooming charms of inso
perhaps a half mile across. The fires . lent beauty." That is the tone of the
di?ameared. and all was silent. The comments of these old observers. Faini-
fiery goddess appeared to be sleeping.
Some predicted that she had departed
for all time. But in a few months at
the bottom of the hideous abyss restless
movements began. Far- off rumblings
and quivering of the sullen walls, with
further down plunges of tbe debris
piles, made it known that Pele was still
there and that she would soon resume
her imperial sway. Then- a red eye
glared np from the depths. Then silent
ly a mouth opened, aud a sndden gush of
boiling lava surged into the upper world,
only to fall back into the unseen depths,
where muttering thunders threatened a
coming storm. It came. With a start
Pele awoke and hurled her defiance out
into the world again.
From a little pool at the bottom of
the pit the burning lava filled up and
spread widely over, the pit, till in a year
there was a little lake of fire. Then it
pushed up higher, and in two years, in
the summer of 1S93, the pit had become
a depression 150 feet deep, in the middle
of which was a magnificent lake of boil
ing and spouting lava. It was perhaps
1.--00 feet across and nearly round and
represented an immense cone cut off 150
feet above the base. The enormous
pressure of the liquid mass within con
stantly opened the walls, while con-,
tinnal overflows built them up. Occa
sionally a section would burst open, and
a broad and splendid stream of burning
lava ponred into the surrounding pit.
Sometimes a dozen, often 20, fine foun
tains played over tho surface, toss-,
ing columns of fire mauy feet into the
air, and then the wind caught the glassy
liquid, and, spinning it into beautiful
filaments, long tresses of Pele's hair
At night the scene was one of rare
beauty, if anything so imposing and aw
ful can be beautiful. The clouds of
steam, smoke and occasional fogs from
the cold mountains which rplled into the
crater would be lighted ttith vivid bril
liancy. At times, when very clear,
snow capped Mauua Loa, SO miles away,
or the soft banks of fleecy clouds over
its summit, blushed a rosy red. From
far at 6ea aud on distant parts of the is
land the light of Kilauea glowed a steady
beacon in the clouds. In the past sis
mouths the mighty forces at her com
mand have been summoned by the god
dess of Hawaiian volcanoes. She has
filled t&e pit till it has overflowed. There
is no longer a pit. It has grown Into a
towering hill of fire. Lava is spouted
far above .the banks. Constant over
flows render the vicinity oue of hazard
ous excitement, if not of danger: Pacific
The Oldoht Iron VarU!p. ,
Tho Warrior, the- oldest armor clad
ship in the world, built entirely of iron,
is about to be renovated and prepared
for service abroad as a guardship at one
of the coaling stations. She was launch
ed bv the Thames Iron Works company
at Blackball Dec. 20, 1800. and commis
sioned for the first timo in August, 1861.
by Captain A. A. Cochrane for service
in the channel. She ia to have new boil
ers, certainly, and a new secondary bat
tery of quick firing guns. London
lie Will Stand the Jam.
Uncle Sam seems to be very accurate
in his bookkeeping. Postmaster Greene
has just been informed by. the sixth
auditor of the postoffice department,
who is known also as the auditor of the
treasury for the postoffice accountsthat
he overpaid two carriers a cent each for
uervices. That is quite a large sum to
lose at once, but Postmaster Greene will
not make a formal demand for the
amount due UndS.im. He will stand
the lots. Worcester Gazette,
geared by a Joke,
A certain lady of worldwide celebrity
U in the habit of having baccarat parties
at her house in London. A short time
ago three or four intimate men friends
of hers dre8',d themselves as police offi
cers, and having knocked at tho door
boldly walked up to the room where they
knew gambling was going on. Their en
trance was the signal fora general stam
pede, aud great was tho relief to all
when tbe raid wa found to be a joke.
New York Times.
The It, of I. Kucampmrnt.
President Cleveland has promised to
review the Knigbta of Pythias at their
triennial encampment at Wathiugton in
August, and General Schoiield has con
sented to inspect them. This is the first
time the prewdsnt and the commanding
general of the army have so honored rim
Uar .rgnattoo8. Tbe encampment
w..l beiiu Aug. tt and last three day.
Dnnti.U to Deaf?.
Bqwry m raff-wrrarr taiy It
ha ratseel. Oex-of ta aefr , Jv4 it
a otwrt Hvd tyraaBT.- raotiMr a
frt t.l. aad )m w MBrabr tbe
irMiitatixwa t wLtcfe it f.jecs its prs
s?wura, as w.l astbr ik.huvto irb'Att
c-Och VuU. th ptoar that s5
atleed it aad t b WiaHU taut agate aad
agHbi focvcrds, it wry aot aawwKaabhr
b acfved that, not witbtailin$ ta p -iKUo
of Mankind ia favor of pr
mmmI bmnry, tlte qaahty has been over
rated, and it knot a grift wbtob UmmkKu
t air vcteaty dvB-irv far ber cMM.
Ik TMt dfeq iHkti& of bemtr is
that H does aot aoally" ac nwafuy
briajfcioesstrf iati4iect, a desire U fcjr
aad tb rvrsuoal qoalrriee that bare &
lasttt$ charm. We arf atrarr that that
is a bold and wplnt; as-ertk, aad tre
admit that it Btat ioak way for aaiaer
as exceptions, bat it is aphtkl as a ?
eral stmeBt by mauy observers. Ia
the days of Tbe Spectator, whoa it was
the fahkm to notice aad writ aboct
character and dfepoeition uiore freely
than now, Addison, Steele aad tbe rest,
gallant gentlemen as they -were, were
compelled to acknowledge again aad
again that "the beauty" was vastly over-
rated in a woman,
! ""The professed beauty is almost as in
sufferable as the professed -wit." "I have
observed a certain cheerfulness in as bad
a system of features as was ever clapped
Sir William Don.
Sir William Don was a handsome lad
who, when he came into his fortune,
spent it in gambling iu the space of four
or five years and then went on tbe stage.
He waaone of the most eccentric charac
ters to be imagined, and odd things
always happened to him. In America
he always went about under his title,
and as baronets vere not very oommtn
hi those days his manner of writing his
name, "Sir William Don, Bart," was
sometimes misunderstoood. To his
great amusement he was often address
ed as '"Mr. Bart." One story is told of
him in illustration of his business habits.
He had hired a cab for a thort drive
and at its close asked the driver if he
hxd any change.
"No," said the man; and as the fare
was 00 cents Sir William tore the bill
in two and gave him half.
One day ho said to a friend: "ily dear
John, if yoa will take a walk with me I
will give you the great surprise of my
life. You will see me pay a bill!" And
he did pay it. astonishing the tailor even
more than his friend. He died in Aus
tralia while still a young man, poor aud
despairing. Youth's Companion.
The Old Men Hade the Rales.
An amusing report comes from near
Cataract, Wis., regarding tyro young
men who seriously quarreled over a
wrestling match and decided to settle it
according to Marquis of Qneeusberry
rules and arranged to meet the next day.
Meantime the fathers of the boys heard
of it and were on hand just as tho boys
were stripped "for the fray." The boys
were anxious to get into thtir clothes at
once, but their fathers told them to settle
it then and there, but desr-d to take a
part iu it themselves, and ich of them
pulled from under his coir . good raw
hide whip. The were riven to the
boys, and they were told to use them in
stead of their fists. The boys were there
for "blood," and at it they went, and it
is safe to say that tho two boys never had j
such a larrupiug in their lives. But one j
round was sufficient, aud nothing would
induce either to again face tho cruel
whips. They were both very meek and
had a great deal of respect for each oth
er, while the spectators thought it was
the greatest circus they over saw. St.
Paul Pioneer Press.
Volltenc by Telc.lioue.
H. M. Barrou of J. S. liarrou & Co.,
dealers in woodeuware. New York, nar
rate3 au esperience be receutly had with
i prominent bouse iu that city. The
neud of the concern alluded to remarked
that during November 'and December
last he kept a record of all the clerks In
their employ who nnvrcd telephone
calls. Those who were civil and in other
ways gave tbe impression to inquirers
that it was h pleasure to hear from them
and courteously auswered their queries
were narked "No. 1." Those who were j
inipertiuent,. abrupt ' with answers and
naven't-thv-ime sort were classed. "No. '
J." t the beginning or tne new year
those marked No. 1 were kept and ad
vanced somewhat. Those in the No. 2
category were either reduced in salary
ur their services-dispensed with entirely.
Without discussing the ill breeding of
,lving indifferent answers, the reasoning
of the senior partner quoted was tliat in
asmuch as so much buiinesa is now done
by telephone the answer one receives
either makes a good impression or does
much harm. Iron Age.
Tne Old Coard'a Klac.
A rnmor which arose shortly after the
.leuth of General Petit that the flag of
the Old Guard was to be sold to a for
eigner has caused a good deal of excite
ment in Paris. There is uot the least
foundation for the report, as the famous
standard is not likely to pasa out of the
hands of M. do la Goupilliere, who now
inherits it. The flag is kept iu tho rooms
.n which the late general died, and though
ige has rendered the colors almost indis-1
ungniihable tne nines oi tiw uatvrj u
which tho gnard took part are still legi
ble. London Standard.
exorbitant Funeral Cliarct.
Air. Nathan Straus of New York, who
i... nctnlilifihvd liiouv charitable enter
prises. amuiM that lw is arranging
Uheine to bnrj- the joor at eost or near
ly oost irio. He declares that at pres
ent the undertakers charge exorbitant
prices. ad that the poor w oftwi vio
iitna of tlMrfr greed. . Hedealan that be
b wade a study of tbesbjfrf.iind that
tha real ei-ao -f funeral costing
$100 are rarely more than t).New
THE 0KB t22tTlY
TTtsaty-Sre Ceas a Mreti; 5 Ce4s '
for Se Days; $3 W A Yeer- j
TbeoAtv ojw eet a irsper .a W .
PMfta e.t. CMvvlriH. bs W'
lle K a tril i y wiH never tkj
witt. k. - Itas's-er tbe - f i
batf a 0 ae xeekttes, ami bv mt ,
cost OMetbaM BMch. Try U t
Asoeiatett Pyw- fott jmm!
eaAal atvrs a fKalrr.
Timely, petti et mA )miiiAimX
dfecwj-Km of te&4tti evMs, - ad I
Tbe One Ckst Daily te re4 by
more pest of M sbadeV f optakMt,
tban auy other pajer In Orego out
side of Porll&Bd.'
One of the test books is EngR-.li aud
AnH?rean literature given with br
One Cent Daily -very week, oa the
f coupon plan.-
HOW TO ORDER.
Fend usa two bit pJeit? In a letter and
try the papor fora rnout at least.
We believe iu the greatest po?9iou.nse
of .lver, and rwvive lots of it In this
way. Hokek Bkos., Editors,
Some pople begrudce tbe little
money tha- an A'lcwtf&'a Porous Plaster
costs, and when they are racktd with
pain from a Ume baek, or trout tbe
soreuess arising from cold, they will
$peud any amount of uiouey to reiievr
the pain. If they only had one of these
world-renowned plasters on hand tbey
would be saved a vast amount of saf
ferii'g and be considerably richer. At
the first slgu if stillness of tbe j duts
apply oneuf thee plasters without aa
delay. The soreness will be greatly re
lieved at once and will sona disattpetn
entirely. It will he money save! to
have th-ui on hand, say nothing of th
comfort they bring.
Brandreth's Pills contaiu no irritat
Than take in auy other form i wba:
many people think aud ' ParkV
Tea i made for just thote folks, !
cures constipation and though- not'r
cathartic moves the boweU everj
day. Sold at Capitol Drug Store.
antt alltbetrfcUiof ei:
m n tarty emu or 1&
ucvsc Ue rsali
d. 'finest B.i tit
noitl 4 if L Im
liar clat -h r r f
trfD. Firure imp r-tlm
S.AD rvfero,J. Z-...
exv 'ttt aI tf fi
Dutlrtt lirrQrJ frw.
ERIE MEDICAL CO
BUFFALO, N "
NO Liemto Em-
Ready to Stmt,
WITH A CHEAP
axiuu. KO Bat
AXD YOUB WIFE
WE GIVE AOTUAL POWER.
PALMER & REY
Proposa's for 'Wood,
SKVLED BIDei KorfUrnltblDB wood wi-Ibe
reorived at tbe olflee of the clerk ofaehool
dUtrletHo Ik until a o'clok p. m., on lue
11 My 1. 1811 Ht" will" bo opened at tbe
rer-ilarniretlDeofthe board ot director at a
oVloolcp niofwdcl lit day olJI, fo-lbB
delivery or wood btfor- b-pieiaber ao, IbDI.at
tbe foilnwlBC aehoeli: Llnooln, 1 cord oak,
45rorcUnr. Jak. 13 oordH oak. JO eor.U n;
Kaifalem, 0conU oa. 1S3 corditlr; North
Hilrm. li cortla cak, CO corn nn Central, SO
All wood rnuitba 4 feet In lenBta.rexiona
Ur atwljhtandordrt c.o;y. .
TDonrnjunu' nut"' "i7 cr ,
nakniaitbpIttoa.8nanoi btuo wooa
le boara r wrT iu ncut tu irjcv.
lone by order of the board April 8, im.
AUeBti WfU WAliK,Ohilrroan
' , , Board of Directors,
BOOT BOZOTII. DUtriet Clerlr. i-i Imdw
, U. AI.BKBT.
TranaU a Etneral banklne baatoeM.
made. K change LooKbt anlold on tbe
K. M. tTUISN, WA T O.S CK.
w. w. Mabtin.
jr. v. Matthbwii,
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Ti miiriir Iht tana n m f Irmlr '
JtiW Uiwtf, soae. amr. s- far. that
rsllbacia ftxtfc brtm IbeHfir
L25l!Sr JTXCS 1
rnloats rbtre tbe apyMK3c of ww
i streets awi rr fnwibirtwai acrvbuat-
$e4y wress atluacti of tbe
artea ara- Tb. WKtaw tuae tbtir
bv bbtsw, i anfcr that tbey aaay b s
jt s tbe f s wk .-Asw
jTH GIUTEST Qftti rj efe f i SES-
1SSKV K!DCS3 OF HtNDDfO.
UiW lfantir J Sutiii! Fjc Ofc?rJ Ojj
to sten M lfe rutr. a same utt trta
VCricj t Oac-
T txke rie&sar in ct-t f r It mUeadoa of
mr.rMttn to t6 txcpooJir 0roTtunUj
oSiredto tbesa to cure a selecuaa of tfc
most htttt. css literature err pecra '
ncmlni price. Tbeboo lnoarP&xxrra
LnuLMtT are rexc r cent edfttao. dot
- eibSed. throaja a tree 1 unsttarat
hnttt to jwiMk-her!, to eCer Iheta to oar read
er at mMO kss una vaauesate jjwv
TheKtlotcrcurcta mess M raea to te-
care the book at the tpKSai-priee.
WTS CUASCK XVMUEll .VtiKY W1JLK
Book Coupon No. 13
Cut oat this COcpoa and ttai to u with
tear Steal staxap and the book ordered
oyyoa vtH be teat frea r expense. Yoa
ctn brine the Coopn and 5 cent and any
bAkyijd4r9iriM be hiaded to roa to
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ABOUT THE BOOKS.
rHK BoJSsare I braryslie with very rcd
jJre aw and IMper. The bx-i are no
sew d orwlrl. but are bvinl bj- a xlb.
dblv bCKtne wqicit niu utera ui rjpvr
timnst nu Tl e ou o tne m a
nld ot the pa'car f m 2i mJOf nt
9vch,and mw; trx"e lhm away U o
re dcr tinaenne term or tn wuuni
offer. It an extmorltttary chcce lo te-cn-ea
snprh collectlm of rt s T.etu
aiors are tne peer to era m im? iwriu
UKE THE lULUSrrtATION.
1. The Iteverlea of a. Bachelor, or a
B' ok of tbe Heart. by Ik. Marvel.
2. Lays of Ancleut Rom', by Lord
M cauiay. Beautifully illustrated.
3. ATlllylocs-Scandal, J. .M.Barrle
4. The Houseof the8even Gables,
bv Natbau ei Hawtburne.
"5, Cruiifuid, by Airs. Uakell.
6 .The -'oiniug IUce, Lord Ltton.
7. Drvjin LI'e, by Ik. Matvel.
8. FrHnkrt.stelii; or, The Modem
ProiueilKUs, by Mr. Shelley.
t. A BoU of (Joldeu Deed?, by C.
10. Mihsm from an Old Mane. by
11 Tbe Scarlet LetU". by Nalhau
IA Essays ou Klla, by C'har!ea
13. The Vicar ' of Wakefield, by
14. Twice-Told Talea, by Katban
16. Paulanl Virginia, by B-rnar-dln
Oe Saint Pierre.
10 Btory of an African Farm, by
(Ralph Iron) Olive Scbreiner.
17. Xays of the Scottish Cavaliers,
by Wru. Kdmonstoune Ayt6uo.
18. Luclle, by Owen Meredith,
(Robert Lonl Lytton.)
19 Dreatnc, by Olivo Scbreiner,
20. Black Beauty, by Anna 'Be
well. 21. One of the Prof&otou, a charm
ing theatrical novel.
22. Sartor Resartus. By Thomas
23. The Idylls of tbe King. By the
late Lord Tennyson.
24. The Pleiwurea of Life. By "Sir
John Lubbock, Bt.
23. Tho Lady or lue lKc ily rjir
20. Mornlugain norenoe. liyjolin
Raskin. L L. 1).
27. Rab and Ilia Friends, by Dr.
28. Wulttler'e Poema.
29. The Gruattkt Thing la the world
and other add reuses, by Prof. Houry
SO. litlla Rookb, by Thorn ss Moore.
Si. Iu Memorlam by Alfred Lord
83; The Prlnceea by Alfred Lord
34. Rataalaa by Samuel Johnson,
. M6. Heleotinns from Itobt Browning.
S9 Past aud Present by Thomaa
.'37. Meditations ot Marcus Aurellus
"S8. Herora and Hero Worsblp by
au. 'line imnt ouaawpearo uy
yltmriHi i,b. First erra,
4Q, Taleif frm Stbenear-by
Charles Lamb. Hend aerie.
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I BALD HEADS!
WTt Is the ceodltkta of yoars? Is vear &- ulnr, US
rorsh, brittie? Dee it ft at tlw eds? Itas It" Q
SfeJess sfpeamce? Does it tH oet when cowrbcJ c J
brcsbevl? ts it t 3 of d kuff ? DxsSNxwrscilpltcSi? J
Ls it dry or la a beateJ coita? Ktbese are some &fi;
&vatveaMI. 5&r"rwt5a3a--imVrrtttrwJSrtraaa ?
egTegfcgwiapramnn'i, agcn"CBajaiiw3fepa3Ofc. It a
b tv ttsvtaan Ae ma Mirf ta4 pj 2 Z
. rgr?tatcaeaxtea3.ast&ertaferifcttwJ4tt;tta.ty ,
e iv Jifc Sv B&m'irawikiowQ.ijWnO
cl diTT w vun. ;
rcreM. rrwt of jcto. nrnartcc)t r-a-fXL. SkMjyaax 3
S tto AlVWIVUtl
H xTlau u. sna nam aiw ti a, i
bo. C, Cross,
lte, ike leak
S. W. THOMPSON & Co.,
Always Ivetjp oa haud a large stock of looso aud unrtiounted
ianionds, Rubii3, SAppbiras and imported Opals.
221 Commercial; Street.
HAVE YOU TRIED DRUGS AND FAILED
to ruro a. cuius ro& (
RHEUMATISM. LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA. LAME-BACK, ftt.
KTll SUSEM'S EUCT81Q laTB
m nuuitt a cure pt
tiibss nr.iRscinv tRV. sMki barj or
Oar ,?00 pare beet: t
talddle-axed and eld nan
ared and eld nan, at ), fr7llr, Paadea'a Klectrlo Melt u Maxpanaeai
eiuciredthoiuj ntrobotWHh aad t&ror. after UcWuetaenlraUed,enb
hoadreda ot caii throcaaoQt t hUand other Mte. an wouU tUaij Intlfr. andrrca taaaj
WE HAVE CURED THESE-WE CAN CURE YOU!
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Ttr. 1. T. iiuJn. IXmx Mr IU
a. Dmj Mr lta otel nMd roar blt
I m traablrd with la Ttror. ntU wtM, ad
tmnhlvd with laat Tlr. ntl
almott eompl Iom ol tomwt. 1 vtxiid rrt up vi th
a kir tlrd il lac, taiae aMi
Claf . tem aukinr.
et. liuc ala
rear tut tan lud a.orw leu oJ Jit
&iit. Yoa r&B rab
atnoat e acdice la roar Uulaint.
lito clr uua 1 let tea
li 4Jkt ltmt 1
al hre(hr vrlteor call on
n. Truly TvcrK lLJ.lVTU.aJanaiToi-rvi.
Dr. A, T. Saden.lar61r-Iclonirwi bull
Vcu iwu s (r rbwisuUKa, from aalrh 1 lafltrM
or Mrl reua. )or tea r' U raoMJi. I had not
tMitblilo. rk. V arb.lt hplcllnlaaliliOU
rtrttbalihlatlMtoTk laiauM41t. lraa
alk coniortkMrLkn4.(l lika (tn mm rcn.rallr.
Dr.A.T Paaaea.Dwir Bir 1 h4 bi uia jwir
1Uctrl b)t trrmtnl a.mn dalUt, aaj to-4;
(Ml btter tlaa Ibn for Bra ran. I ban elal
THE DR. SAHDEH
ai.a oaUiln.pr Joncol earrrata walcn are tailantlr lalt taraoaaoqt all k t'arU.or mtvilt
B3.UUU. itaaaaa impraTtxi iMectrio tsnkpeaaarr, tna iroatm ooon
l warrai vi cara a
warrant it to car nr ot tha abora wknauoa,aa4
ara(radillnitrricthtotsttaltitaaio( waataooiln rnaar, mMJli-acoUoroUl
su, and will cara tha want calf la twt or taraa atoaiha, AittreM lor fall lurorauUtfo.
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Dealer in Fresli, Salt asci
Smoked Heats ot a IKitid
95 Court wiut
110 State Streets.
DR. 8AXDE.NeSt.VCTKtO BELT
with Electro Mataetlo .
err viu nni wu.oi maic4i
aU oi ti abortrBtti.
nasvr xoa nrmii
,irrMcrr. alt KejnaleCaa.
t!alt. uotnMnl til fcUa.
use .seas oc afi.
axjm,'iu ttaJ rutr ami rMnr
hm In oar
but a tttal tn oa tnra
. iuca require but a trial tn coa
ta aaou utptwtu muraraae ot r.
reels Tea out Ima aualy draiB
yvt tios elMtn tro aad Ttuult
which ta eteetricltr-and that
caatot roBr.MkceaKMUckct ti.&
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eitmenu that dratatd. whKA are re.
qnoec ror t tgoros trsi
reiaoT. the tar and tteu
' at coca. YaU
and Wvr i i ivmiow onea. Tau
U ear rha and treatment, aad c
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LAME BACK AND RHEUMATtSM.
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)irottiM,timMtiimnDl uai tc.
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lt I tvoU aot aJ lar btck. av u all Jh54 .
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ta i4. ot t rii, a J l ccnUaiwJ ta w r It tor t- ur
mCxtttt, bla( rtltlr rarnt, That wto nuj
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knowtoar bat a.lLaiil I ka Waal pti1!m
br b.a cairj t'T
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u i aratwtt snaur tvsuvi. iihi aroi4
tab li; wornaartnjt wnrk r atrtt,ana
arer t If on wtrak n'a.ae
auuva ahraskra llmnt. or pattj. or ftl anrr
172 HrstSf., POHtUlID, OHESOtrV
uu ou., l'oriiauti, ur.
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East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pac.fic Company.
CAUrOKNIA SXfKEHI TKAIJt U IUILT ttr
Twaait rokilJtjsu AXDa.r,
O.IS p. in.
Han r ran
Above tralna ituu At all itaUon from
larUnd to Albany ineiuitTu: aUoalTatiraul
Hbedd, llalMiy. Harrtaburj. June lion. Oily,
Irrlntf. Kiufue and all auUon frout lloMbqnc
to Aibland luolule.
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IMiiIiik ar oa Ogdoa Route
PULLMAN BUFFET SLBBPEKS
Second Class Sluoplng Cars
Attaehad to all thruujh UaTna,
rVestSide Dimk Belvvcea Fortlind
ftt I a,' iu. TUv,
lata P. tit. I Ar.
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Ar. I &UAU.UI.
At Albany and fXirvallla connect wllb
tralna of Orecon IVrtHe llallroad.
aifKKiriTllAIN IDII.T aillKIYMUMUAV
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art a. Ml
Ta all potnui In lb f-a.irt'u Miala. Canada
aud Huropa nan bo obtained at lowatt raUa
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direct aad wtn jtutauuK.
Uoa to ail
K.J3TKH. iaa SOCTUKRN 1 OUttK,
. N IS THU
mlri Usttca Caudj Steam, Una
Vtlbalea train ot lsaav &tartl&$-,
larivV, rAtan aad UutJit
Frea RecHulny Chairs,
4aklnjt Iu orr!o a.ad tx bvo la tba
Ticavta art Mr At (.rumlutnl tttSUroad
IdwtoJnJk! r . "
rx- JUtthairtutvi calKwi ask tb ntVralr
ooai n t; t addreaa
C.J. EDDY, Gtneril AgU
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass Agt.
II PACIFIC R. R.
TO GRAND FORKS
BOSTON and all
Point East end South
For Infitrroallon, tltue caiaa, tuapa aatt
ticket call du or writ
Bhaw BowxiNa, AgenU, Balein.
Or Av D. CuAitLToN, Aast. Ornl. Para
Agont; Portlaud, UreKoti,
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
INerttiim Pttllc It. R, C., tu-)
LATEST TIMEI CARD.
Dally Through Tratni.
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i iiuiuttu- a
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acaitwatu. 1 1
a. 1 6am
"'l'iia'wTxuiuiu Vulralllnr run lo nut
Iralniriall tictwrenHL laul. Ultinairttllaand
CblStV" Milwaukee and all nolnta in Wlroou.
aluj uiaklui connrotlon in L'Ulcngu wtlli all
lluoa ruualuc rait and (oulti.
Tlcktliaoiu ana uwiui cucckcki lurouin
to alt polull In lb U id fed Htalea and Canada.
Cloe connection made In Chicago au all
Iraiot coIdk rl aud Houtb.
Korull Inrurinatlua apply to yaur nrarwl
Ueket ant or M JAM. U. l'OHI,
Ua. I'aaa.andTkt, Aft, Mllwiiikrc, Wli.
Ttcktaoia ana imi
HKTUUNINO. leaven IVrlUbd Tu.daya,
ITaat time lor paatentar rfr C(r Way
Alidlof Crrtalit Jiandlfd,
KOUNJ) Tmp(unllmltrd) W W. 0a way,
MUAI.a oa OKNTS
Kur frebiut rate and ileketa apfbf Jo A.
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