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qulcklr. Over 2.000 privats ondoiiciDcnuu
rieuiuturenem inrum lmnotenry .a ilio first
etajto. It is a symptom of somlnl weakness
iui'1 barrcnms. It cau bo stoppod lu SO days
Thorcw dlcovoiy wis mafln by tho Special
tots of ilio old famous Hudson Medical Institute.
It is Ilio strongest vllallzcr tuado. It U very
powerful, but haimlefs. Bold for 81.00 n pick
teoorO packages for 85.00(rlalnsoled boxes),
written guarantee giveii.rtncuro. Ifyoubuy
six boxes and aro rot cntl.-ely cured, nix moro
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IIUDHOK MKDIOAti INBTITCTM,
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Whit... unnatural ills
cjiartf' .. or anv Inil&mmn
lion, lirliutlon or ulcera
tion if li III llili mum.
irniEiSCnttliCWCo. biiniiH. Kou-nMrluKeiit.
bail Sit tlriiuaUtx,
or sen In plain wrApper,
by tTirns. rnpnlJ. for
ft. 00, or i hottlm, fj.TS.
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Nerve v BSooa
.1 far ri-ICr
Traniutotssveeneral banKintt buslnnna
RED FRONT LIVERY
AND MAO". hlUXH.
lied Kront Livery and Ilonrdlntr Stable
Flrnclog in every lenpeou I'rloes reasonable.
1! II, Westacott, proprietor.
Following atages arMve and dopart dally,
. HlUertnn nice arnvfis at 10 a. tn., loavo at
liHp. m. Knre75oenU
Duilttssiagi anlvosat 10a. m., leaver ntl
Independonoa stage arrives at 10J0 a. m ,
leaven a. 2 p. ru. Kld
tit) 00 for every 810 Invoted can be mado by
our uew systetuatlo t'ln of tipeoulatlon,
810.00 and more rpade dally on small Invest
jnentii, by many persons wlo live away from
Ali whouK into Invrstlgnteour new and or.
Ifttnal ruothods. lsl worilnicH or plan UHd
Jj'Khext references furnl lisil Our Uooklet
Toints aud Hlnu," bow t muke monev
even when on tho wrone -ldfl orol the marset
and nthrlnionnHtnn sent FU'-K.
i. II. v OK"! X., Il.uhe siiud UroUers.
Upen Hoard of I r-de lilif., Obtcao, ill,
POLAND CHINA HOGS.
'I ho underlined has a Ddltrred Poland
"amt ck wT-T'j)Cvr,'4'i:c
m uvii h
f-ajf, uj vi ir i u
pTSif la 1 to d jti.VB
iJv Ol.hbui1 lfl
ihmu not um imiarc.
VjKh eiNBiiiiii n UvTCJ
ll iJj t"V J-J
uulua boar, "ivaceniikor," nnd about W
?i'iV,. DOrs and anvs from Peaonnaker, and
rullblood I'l'laud Cblna sown, which aro ol
lerl for ails oli-Mp, John Marooch, on
JDdependenc8rond,ner Holmes' hop jard
iioonron n roo-uraUDing BoUeae '
and tho Iuault to Soldiers bo has I
VVunliltiKtoii atHiuial: Comailesloner ,
of poiifilonB Loclireii In IiIh nuuunl re-
nort recdmrattida the oreatlon ol a clyll
pancloti liBt. Ho bdloyrs the old clerks '
In the goycrntnent service should be
psi alonvd, when they become unable
to pei form clerical duty. Futarecoin
tnendutlou will receive no endorse
ment Irutn the people. Tho olerba In
the government tiflk-eti reoetvo anlarles
runnlUK from 1720 to $ 1,800 por annum.
Tho higher aalurled olllcliils nro out
si lo if tho civil aorvlco alasdfloatlou.
The plain people will uU endorse a
proposition to pay psusloua to peoplo
who have druwu aulurlea for yoara,
which are away nbovti tho Incomes
earned by our worklu men and
women In private life. Tho majority
of these clerks receive (1200 caou per
annum. All who have been In olllce
ton years or more lecelvo that much
compensation. A mun or n woman
who drnwa $100 per modth ought not
to nctd a peuslon in old age; because,
with ordinary euro and economy, mon
ey cau be saved and n home provided
for tho rainy day that comes to nil.
Tho people would ruthor havo re
ceived from Commlsfllouer Lochron a
recommendation for liberal and at least
decent treatment of the yetoratis of the
civil war. Tho people havo never ob
jected to granting ponsUus to tho old
soldiers who saved this Republic from
Democratic riot, rebellion and anarchy.
Tho peoplo would have said amen to
a recommendation for llberul appropri
ations for tho vtterans. But, the com
mlsBlouor of pensions has made no such
recommendation. The Democratic ad
ministration boa no lovo for tho old
soldiers. On tho contrary they have
been persecuted nnd hounded by in
vestigations, snap Judgments and do
crcaso In their allowance
With tho aid of thousands of fools In
the northern states, those southern
Democrats havo cap tu rod tho goyorn.
mont which they fulled to destroy; and
thoy havo assailed tho Union veterans
ut every point slnco Cleveland was in
augurated. But things nro different
now. The people of the nortli
have suflered for their folly, and thoy
will not again ondorse tho party of
retrogression, rebolllon and sectional
hatred. Forgiveness is a good thing.
Tt Is cardinal Cnrlstlan virtue; but it
was wasted on traitors.
Wo do not need a civil pension list,
and wo will not havo it. Wo do need
a soldier pension list, and wo will pay
taxes with cheerful minds and liberal
hands, in order that tho boys in blue
in their old ugo ahull not sutler, In a
apeeoh nt Keokuk in Octobor, 18S5,
three months boforo his death, General
Logan said: "When our boys marched
past tho capital building id grand re
view in May, 1605, we read upon a
large banner, In large letters, on the
uouth front of the marblo buildiDg;
The country will never forget and can
never repay its debt of gratitude to tho
Union soldtorg." General Logan said
that only, tweuty yoiu had passed
away, and yot tho Democrats of tho
North havo already forgotten tho
debt, while the Demoorats of the South
were determined that that debt should
never he paid. But tho sons of vet
oraua are now doing some votlug aud
party aiauaulug in northern states,
mid thoy will seo to It that their fathers
nro cured for, rospected, honored and
rewarded at least in aotno degree, by
the couutry which owes them bo much.
No Mr. Commissioner, we do not
need and we will not have a civil pen.
bIoii list. But wo will havo a Repub
llo-tn administration, and a Republi
can congress, aud we will take care of
our military ponsion list as honorable
aud patrlotlo citizens ought to do,
Wo will havo a Republican commis
sioner of pensions, and he will not frot
his gizzard about a civil pension list.
Ho will look after Union veterans and
their worthy dependents,
Mib. Buflum, an Oregon pioneer of
1815, died at Amity, Or., Noyembsr 3.
Bbo was born in Ohio In 1813, being
In her 82od year at the time of her
death, Her husband, Wm.G, BufJTum,
to whom she was married in 1828, but.
vlvea ber, being now In his 02nd year.
The aged couple have always been of a
kind and hospitable disposition toward
all in need of charity and wore univer
DO"rHE VETERANS JUSTIO.
Children Cry for
THE SAXTIAM MINES.
ProfituM. aad Muccwsful Mlrilug Ia-
dustry at Quartzylllo.
Hank Hmlth, the votoran inlnlnK
mtli known tbrougougliout tho North-
west as thoroUKhly pnalod on the valuo
of mines, now superlntomlout of tho
Santlaru mlnoa at Qinrtzvlllo, under
tho management of Mr. W. B Luwler,
returned to QuarUvlile yesterday after
a Btuy of a few days lu Albany. He
did not wish to be Interviewed at pre
sent ou tho outlook of these mines.
Tuo company Is just getting their new
mining machinery taken into tho
mines, and nro laying in supplies for
the winter. It was to look ufter tbla
business personally that Mr. Bm'tb
was bore. They expect to havo their
big quartz mill In readiness for opera,
tlon by tho time anow tiles, nnd then
some developments in the Hantiam
mined may bo looked for which will aa
tonlab thoao who have been skeptical
aa to their real value.
About 100 men are at work there
now, and work will bo continued all
Tho representatives of the syndicate
which boa recently taken bold of those
mines aro not saying much, but they
uro expending many tbdusanda oil dol
lars In preparing for tho Byst'omatlo
working of the mines.
Every indication points to gratifying
results, aud tho belief that a profitable
und successful mining Industry will
soon be an accomplished fact at Qdatt
zvllle. Albany Herald.
VALLEY LOCAL NEWS.
Nortli Howell Prairie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ieaao Btevena visited
Portland and tho exposition not long
Dr. Jessup baa been summoned to
the bomo of Mr. and Mrs. B. Welsuer,
wait on their daughter, Miss Ofa, who
Is veiy sick with typhoid fevor.
Miss Badlo Dyer baa been visiting for
some time with bor sister, Mra. Cltne,
of Portland, and bos visited the expo
sition during her stay.
Mrs. T. J. Clark, of the Kaiser neigh
borhood, in company wltb ber
daughter, Myrtle, spent a part of last
Saturday and Bunday visiting with
Mrs. W. Kester and Mary Bwegle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mcllwaln, who
formerly bad charge of tho California
bakery at Balem, aro living In tblB
neighborhood ut prebont.
Publlo sohool has beon in session for
two weeks. The building baa been
anlurged, and will accommodato 00 or
moro pupils. Tbero Is quite a largo
class of older pupils In attendance, and
wltb two tcachnra In cbargo, the North
Howell school takes on a look of edu
cational uctiylty and begin 'n the year'
work with a promlso of moro than
Not long slnco two wagons rolled out
of this place with camping utensils
and fixtures for a number ot hunters
under tho guidance and leadership of
Wllmot Kester and Willard JeiTerson.
Tho party wcro bound tor tho bead
waters of the Molalla, where thoy suc
ceeded in gratifying their desires for
shooting deer aa well as fur climb
ing tho alggag.fclopes of tho ptimoyal
Cascades, The author of these lines
was remembered In a share of the
spoils on their return although be did
not have the pleasure of being wltb
them oo tbo Journey. His thanks
hitherto unexpressed are bereby ten
dered to tbo generous company.
and those about to
should know that
Dr, Tierce's Fa
robs childbirth of
its torture, terrors
and dangers to
both mother and
child, by aiding Nature lu preparing the
system for parturition. Thereby "labor"
and also tlie period of confinement are
greatly shortened. It also promotes an
abundant secretion of nourishment for
the child. During pregnancy, It pre
vents "morning sickness" and those
distressing nervous symptoms from
which so many stifier.
Tanks, Cottle Co., Texas.
Dr. U V. Pierck, Buffalo, N. Y. :
Dear Sir I took your " Favorite Pre
scriptlou" previous to confinement and
never did so well In my life. It Is only
two weeks since my confinement aud I am
able to do my work. I feel stronger than I
ever did in six weeks before.
South liemi, Rutfc Co., Wajh.
Dr R V. I'li.Bcr., llufldlo, N. Y..
Veai Sir I befcan taking your "Favor,
lie Prescription" tlu uft month of preg
nancy, and have con
tinued taking it since
confinement. I did not
experience the nausea
or any of the ailments
due to pregnancy, after
I began taUiijf your
"Prescription." I was
only in labor a short
time, and tue. puysiciau .HUsHT-W.-
.said I got along uu-
usually wjM. M g .
sliiiiiH f.rliiiiiiiH. 1
We mime it savea uio
a great deal of suffering. I was troubled a
reat deal f 'eucorrhea also, and it bos
one a worki ?od for me,
I . jurs truly,
A MM. NV. C. BAKSR,
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You KnoWmw,
JUteman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Boolhlng Pyrups, and
most remedies for children aro composed of opium or morphine?
To Vow Know that opium ond morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
o Tom Know that lu most countries druggists are no( permitted tosell narcotics
without labeling them poisons J
o Vom Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It is composed r
to Yaw Know that Costorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
ks Ingredients U published with every bottle?
Tie Vow Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Wtcher.
That it has been In use for nearly thirty years, and that moro Castorla is now sold thai
Tall other remedies for children combined I
o Vow Know that the rntent Omce Department of the United mates, aud of
ether countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. rltcher aud his assigns to use the word
- Castorla " aud tu formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prUon offense?
Vow Know that one of the reasons for granting tills government pretention
was because Castorla had been proven to be absolute!- harmless 7
Wo Vow Know that 35 average doses of Castorla ore furnished for
eeuts, or one cent a dose ?
Po Vow Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your cJdldrisi may
be kept weU, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well. tliCHC tilings are worth knowing.
Children Cry for
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