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BEST KNOWN OF AMERICA'S WRITERS,
mm IS GALOHR
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bfoml ulioiifilerptl, IMcIIIkmiI Aififf
M, Quad, the Detroit Free Press Man, Made Well
by Paine's Celery Compound,
0Mr."Charle8 1$. Lowla Is more famil
iarly known to tho thousands whoso
ll.'u ho has oheorod ns M. Quail. It
must bo moro than a Bcoro of years
since tho country was laughing over
tho sayings of bis honor und Ilijah,
chronicled by Sir. Lewis to tho Detroit
Free Press. From that tlmo until
now M, Quad has delighted tho publio
with uuuuuibored quaint sketches of
character, overflowing with a humor
that appealed to readers nil tho moro
strongly because they recognized tho
fidelity to life under tho fun.
Among Mr. Lotvls' recent creations
the Bowsers, Brother Gardiner, Mrs.
allup's Tribulations, Posaum Hkotches
and the Arizona Kioker aro destined to
long llfo. Mr. Lewis' admirers will
bo surprised to loam that, llko Walter
Bcott, Mark Twain and other highly
gifted authors, ho has produced work
of rare quality while tormented by
Mr. Lowla suflered lntousoly from
rheumatism. "It made my day? aud
nights miserable," ho says,"aud, of
course, the agony was greater iu bad
NEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES.
Far Western Reflections on Current
Literaturo of the Day.
"A Galloway Herd," by S. R. Crockett Is
a rather pleasant and entertaining story by
the wizard of modern Scotland. It contains
49 chapters In which many of the richest
characters made familiar by Crockett appear.
K. F. Fenno & Co,, New York, 50 cents.
The November ''Midland" of Des Moines,
Iowa, shows vitality and interest and It
Mould be ah ornament to the contents of any
family flresldo. We shall be glad to club it
to any of our readers at the low price of $1.00
net. From first illustration to editorial de
partment It is clean, up-to-date and full ol
the life and spirit of the grand old state It
honors by being published therein.
"The Way of a Maid," by Catherine Ty
nan Ulnkson is a plain, staid, good, old.
fashioned love story in which two families in
old Ireland of different faith are portrayed In
Blowing style. It is a fine standard pieee of
action for tho family library. Dodd, Mead
& Co., New York.
1 he November Scrlbner contains a series
ol admirable Tnanksgiving day cartoons, a
splendid engraving ol Sir Waller Scott, and
other notable features of literary matters
and contributions by writers and artists. The
distinctive literary flavor of "ScribnerV Is
something peculiarly its own and cannot be
found between the covers of any other publi
cation, "The Coming of Theodora" by Eliza Orne
White is a study of llie morbidly conscious
weather. At tho samo tlmo my nerves
wero weak, and I was In worso ohape
thau I hope over to bo again. Yts, I
took advice by tho yard and medlclno
by tho quart with no success. I was
broken In spirit and bent almost
double In body, when somebody sug
Rested Palno's colory compound for the
nervousness. That remedy made short
work of tho nervousness and rhouma
tlsui, too. A fow doses mado mo fool
muoh better, and touoy I am well; a
hapny ohango tnat 1 attribute to tho
use of Palno's celery compound. It
gives mo sincere pleasure to boar wit
ness on tho merits of the compound.
I know at least a dozen authors and
journalists who havo found It a remedy
for tho samo complaints."
Rheumatism attacks tho body whon
It is tired out, and when its functions
begin to act sluggishly. Disordered
nerves, faulty digestion, and a Blow,
Ineomplote nutrition of tho body in
vito rhoumatlsm, Just bb thoy do neu
ralgia and nervous doblllty. Thoro is
no suror starting point for rheumatism
a "run down," nervlees condl
young woman of 26 who lias finished college
and enters a family circle. Of strong men.
tality, unselfish, devoted and conscientious,
she comes In contact with undeveloped con.
ditions and individuals, the result of which is
finely described. As a study of unsettled and
unassimllated womanhood, for which society
has not just exactly found a proper place out.
side of cloister walls, it is a fine piece of
writing. Houghton, Mifflin & Co , Boston.
"Abraham Lincoln's Speeches," complied
by 13. L, Chittenden, ex.secretary of the
treasury. This volume comprises in com
pact and carefully edited form cither the
whole or the best part of the public addresses
and written arguments of Abiahatn Lincoln.
The volume comprises nearly 4oo pages, is
carefully Indexed and is the one volume on
the great emancipator that should bo found
in every American library. Dodd, Mead &
Co , New York, $1.23.
"The New Bohemian" is a modern
monthly being published in the Pike build
ing, Cincinnati, and the second number is
full of the spirit of literary rebellion that is
cropping out In the younger America today.
It thinks it can write and it is the business of
this macazlne to gratify this whim and it
does so by printing the best products of the
wild veuni: colts in Pegasus' pasture, iney
kick up their heels with the utmost freedom
awl do no harm either, under the strong
guiding hand at the helm The magazine is
certainly a freak not to be discouraged.
Jacob Faithful" by Captain Maryat Is re.
lS..!V WtaS, aiir&
M. Jirockwlth n InlwluvUlw by DaviaJjlosBUre to look It over.
Palno's colery compound Increases
tho nppotlto by giving a healthy tone
to the stomach; it makes euro that the
ontlro nervous system gets completely
nourished. It regulates tho bowels
and tho ktdnoys and encourages them
to got rid of harmful and poisonous
matter that tho sluggish system has
allowed to lodgo in the blood, thus
causing rheumatism and kindred dis
orders. You cannot cure rheumatism by out
ward application. Tho disease Is due
to Intornul disorder and must be con
stitutloually attaokod and got rid of.
Palno's colery compound has done for
thousands of other pooplo exactly what
It did for Mr. Lewis. They wero suf
forors as ho was, and tho compound
has mado them woll.
Tho warmest pralaea of Paine's eel
ery compound are from mon und
womon of high charaotor and keon In
telligence Thoy know they are dolus
a work of humanity und mercy in
commending to all persons out of
health tula certain und speedy meaus
of getting strong and well.
Hannay, We remember reading this book
when but a boy and now had the supreme
pleasure of reading it again to a circle of
boys and ladies and is interest at a story
seems to have abated not a particle in the
thirty years Inlervcnlug. Life on the
Thames, England, early In the century was
not what it is now. Thero was more drink
ing and the word "damn" is introduced at
timet when we would not do It now. But
there are no nobler or more wholesome char
acters depicted in literature than Jacob
Faithful and his friends on the river. The
characters are true to life and move before
the imagination as on the stage of real life
whence they are drawn. The morality of the
booL is not equalled by anything that Is
written nowadays for boys. There are rol
licking songs, drlnk'ng bouts, defective
characters, but back of it all stands a halo of
uprightness, manliness and real stuff in the
better men and women that move across its
pages that convince anyone that life is worth
living. We do not see how a family of boys
can be properly raised without a copy of
"Jacob Faithful" in the house at some time.
PiiErrY Tjiinos. Many housewives
will be tempted to make a good Invest
ment by purchasing something from
tho splendid display of decorated semi
porcelain china and dainty glassware,
and flno array ol banquet lamps, large
and small night lamps and vaso lamps
at Bonnemau's grocery. 'i'ha is tne
n the city, und It Is
300KD IIONtr SIMON lilSEOTED.
Hh iVMIng to llnro Jlreii Klcd'
rd n Hilvr v Mcnntori
dr printed by Kitiol,
The Htimlay OMgoiiluii November
(till place JO. HIMON In the ixmltlon
uf Honor m tho Mnuthplero of Oregon
BIMON'H ploturo and Interview on
tiatloual politics aro mndo altogether too
oonsplclous to be In good tssto, con
sidering that lie was overthrown In
tho last legislature, and rotitod foot,
homo and dragoons. It It an Insult (0
Thr UAi'iTAti JouitNAb Is only 11
Onk Cknt Daily (13 a year by mall,)
and does not employ a cartooulit, but
It believes it Is In duty bound to draw
a true picture of BOdB HIMON w the
People know him.
It Is said tho People of Maryland
have Just Sealed tho Doom ofBosBlsm
by tho complete overthrow of Boss
German, aud that btaunch Demo
cratic state has gono Republican all
It shows what the American People
can do when they get mad.
H-ivon't tho Pooplo of Oregon had
HIMON thrust down their throats
quite Jong enough In the name of the
tilMON Is now put forward ns the
SOUND MONEY apostle. Tho writer
of this happens to be In a position TO
KNOW that In tho last Legislature
this SIMON offered himself as a candi
date for tho United States Bounto, In
caao Mr. Dolpu could not succeed, as a
friend of silver, aud strong free silver
mon van bo named to provo that
SIMON pretended to be all right on
What Right havo they to sot up this
man SIMON as the great apostle of
Last winter ho was repeatedly intl
mating to tho antl-DoIph members of
the Legislature that ho was all right
for FREE SILVER, and making
them Propositions to get their votes, If
thero should bo a chanco to (elect him
to tho Senate
Oh, yo Uods, what a friend of Silver
and Souud Moueyl
But us true a Friend of either as ho
ever was of any good cause!
What good law did SIMON ever
He opposed tho Australian b&llot
tho law giving tho Railroad Commis
sion powor to make freight rates, and
every bill that tho pooplo oyer naked to
havo passed In the publio Interest.
Is itBynouymous with REPUBLIC
The Good Lord Dover tho Peoplo of
Oregon from any moro of It I
Whut Is this man SIMON ?
Is he a great leader of tho People,
True Bluo Republican f
No; be has kept hlniBolf where tho
People could not get their hands upon
bhu. Ho has helped slaughter boiuo of
the best mon ever nomluutod on tho
Whut is SIMON, that the wholo
Republican party of Oregon ;bIuII be
made to Bit at his feet ?
He Is h political ohungeliug, who,
bocause he was smart, was advanced,
by a few wealthy, ambitious, publio
men of Portland, (o do their dirty
work. lie la a ..tt.esawed.oH po.U.ca.
hAaa tulin tvlHi Ar'l4lnn ni1 unnh '
uv, .. Uw, .... ...... vuvu
characters to help him, have tulton tho
monoy of their masters and corrupted
the pr.iuai.es of the city of Portland
aud tho pollticd of Oregon,
Hatched and fostered Iu tho Repub
lican party, tiko the cuokor In tho
hedge sparrow's nest, he has devoured
Its coutents, and befouled the nest as
far as the people should let him. As ft
lawyer, (hero are fjfty as good as ho is
In Oregon today.
The Oregonlau's picture represents
him as a man of due prince, of great
Ibraln. It does not represent his Hebrew
.lie flwiliiii'H (nil! 1 1
Why tlionlil It h iffiill M III
fntwwmt ItflfHlhlldfiri III ill Win, ami
lit fiftillnf)' oil iMUmiAl illle Ar
mlVil ftjTnll fitixfiHht7 ,
M ll.y IPlMllfl III lift ll III llif)
Mlihnf IfliMing ami illriy urk of M .
crenfoM t I'uHlrtfitl-M lllf Hovill nihI
l...l,.. .... VII .11,1 lltll.K.U.I... I
jinilHein wiiiitu nun rniiinn tii',
((Wilier, nwn mid 't.introl (ho Oregon'
He In In I in continued a tmlliifiA'.
ooinmlltt-ttrilaii from Oregon.
Jle In to Aoti ill It lllal Oregon oln
her Vote fur MOUND MON'KY run
tlliMtd fir I'lfKlilttnt nml Vice I'rttl
HOUN'I) MONI-Y r.i IntTlTwl
meiiiiM Hun Hoi lUpiiblleuii pnlty In
null Curt'Vlt, Fnllllig mid Hvoli.
BOUND MON BY m Inlvrpreled
moans! Ilittidlo tho United Htsle.
Beuatora from Oregon In tho Interest cf
the Puuiilo llallrond Rubber aud stock
Ho lias lif ell coMiecteil with every
piece of Ji.hbiity, with every plcco if
rotlon brldgo and bond tugUlntlou, a till
to cap the climax tried to force through
the el MON charter bill last wluter
that would have made him nod ll'
Partnt is in istuM uud Dictators til the
City (if Portluud for at least His Yearn
Every reform bill he Introduced to
cut down salaries of Portland, Mult
nomah county, district or sUto officials
was drawn up merely to punish some
Simou has served Hovoral times In
the Legislaturo and beon President of
the Bounto. What pleco of beneflcal
or Reform legislation lias he over been
tho author of?
He has helped lie tho hands of the
Peoplo with fraud, jobbery, corruption
und extravaganco whenever It was
pojslbio to do HO.
Ho was smart enough to deceive the
pooplo of Multnomuh county Into elect
ing him by n narrow margin, by divid
ing his opponents mid deceiving both
Catholics uud A. P. A. to support
him. A man can do that but onco.
Simon kuowa It and thoOregonlan
knows It. They must make hay while
they can. SIMON has run his last
raco bofoio tho People, Ho novor did
dure go before tho 'Peoplo of the whole
Btnto. His rotteu-burrough statesman
ship would not carry him beyond the
corrupt elum politic of a city.
WHAT'S HE MADE PROMI
NENT FOR NOW V
There is a national, election coining
Simon Is to bo forced Into the chair
manship of tho Oregon delegation to
tho national Republloin convention.
SOUND MONEY is only tho
SIMON rallying cry on which Scott,
Dolph, Corbett, ot al., hope to keep
tholr grip on tho peoplo of this elato
with Simon as their tool.
REMEMBER these same mon havo
no objection to Senator Mitchell or
Congressman Herman or Ellis, Fulton,
Tonguo, Lord, Klncald or any man
whohasexpressod himself as a friend
ofBllyer.ProYlded THEY CAN OWN,
HANDLE and USE HIM. But thoy
have no ueo fur any man who seeks to
represent Republicanism or tho Peoplo.
Tho Peoplo of Oregon should Htnash
BOSBIBM mill BIMONIBM, which
means moro than SIMON alone. It
means tho prostitution of our state to
tno unscrupulous millionaire monopo
lists of Portland, who have no nolltlcal
principles on the; money question or
BIMONIBM Is not REPUBLICAN
IBM If it is tho Peoplo of Oregon aro
as ready for a Revolution as tho Peo
ple of. Maryland.
Children Cry for
Is a symptom of disease of the kid
npys. It will certainly bo rolloved by
"& Z Zl't ooST'ttiS
tno samo cause, ask tor x'arua' ouro
Ouro for the liver and kidneys price
1 "00, sold bv Lunn &. Brooks. ltMw
rvNCQ MORG In harmony
with tho world, 2000
coionlotely cured men aro
slnginK bappy pralect for
the srreatoat. Brand.
cut, anil pio'il tuo.
certtful enro for o
uat weakneea auu
lost vigor known to
medical aclence. An
dtrful ilUcowrv, In
book form, with rof.
crencca and proof,
1 tons w tur
K wf rSl ill il 11
OiMlorlft 1 Ur, Mrumifll I'HcfKir'rt irerrJilloii 1'or tufAUln
niiil Children. It contain' noHlior Opium, jWorpfiliii' nor
other Nnrcotlo nnlmtanco It Ik n lianuli! MiitifttUuta
for I'nrcfrorfct Wren, Hootltlntf Hyruvn, iiimI Ciwtor Oil.
t In ricniottit Jtii Ktinntntio In tlilrly yuars' lino by
Million!) of Mother. Can tor J tv tlRfltroyH Wornirt itnd rtlluyw
fovorlfihnofli. Onntorliv provontf voiiiUIih; Hour Curd,
curort DIurrhMMi ituil "Wind Colic Cuxlorlu relloV4!
teething trouhJcw, curcrt confltlpullon nuil flalulciicy.
Cnstorliv nHrtliiillntca tho food, ro(rulu(o tho ritomnoh
mid liowolfl, frlvliifr lionUliy unit imturnl nloop. Ciw
torln in tho Children' I'nuncentho Slothor'n I'rlond.
"Ctot! Is in Mc1lenl medicine for chil
dren. MollitfK mve tf p(lly told me of It
good (fleet upon their children."
Vn. O. C. OMOOD,
. Lowell, Mann,
"Castorla U the twit remedy forelilldien of
hlch 1 am acquainted. I hope ttic day U not
fir dlitant when motliert wilt cotiiliUr the
teat Intcrett of their children, and use Caitorl
lnittud or the various quack nostrums which
are tltstroylng- their loved ones, ty forcliis;
opium, morphine, toothing tyrup ami other
hurtful agent down tliclr tlirontu, thereby
tending them to jiretntture graven,"
Dr. J. 1'. KlNCiuiLoii,
Th Centaur Company, 77
rOURTH ANNUAL OONVENXION
Of tho Marion County 7. P. H. 0 E
Bolng Held at Woodburn
Quito a number of tho Salem Y. P.
8. 0. 13. wont to Woodburn Friday af
ternoon for tho purposo of attoudluu
the fourth annual convention of the
organisation In Marlon county, and'
moro wont today, Tho tint subsIoii
was hold In tho Presbyterian church of
that city, at which tlmo the following
program was carried out.
7:10 Prnlso and prayer. "Fruit
Bearing," Fred Lookloy, of (Salera.
70-Qroetlngs, Rev. W. H. Jones
and Rev. II, B. Elwortuy of Wood
burn. 7:45 Address, by Rov. W. 0. Kaut
uor, of the llrst Congregational church,
The 0 uvontton will continue
through today aud tomorrow, tho fol
lowing program having beon ar
0:00 Prayor mooting, "Preparation,"
Rov. E. P. Hughes, Hubbard.
0:20 Organization, enrollment, ap
pointing oommltteos, report of ofllcers.
Talks, papers, dlsoueslons,
1:45 Conferences, nfflcors, commit,
tees, and Junior superintendents.
2:30 Prayer service, "Rovlvo Us
Again," Mrs. Edith Haller.Woodburn.
2:15-"0. E. Missionary Work,"B.ov.
Dora R. Barber, Wilson vllle.
8:20 "0. E. Evangelist Work,"Rev.
Mrs. Owon, Portland.
Paper, Miss M. A. AtklnBon, Bcotte
4:00 Final buslueas.
7:16 Praise service, "Scripture Quo
tatlons," Rov. W. H. Jones.
7:30 Address, Btuto President II. 8.
8K)0 Fivo mlnutoi with our pastors,
80I0, Miss May Goes, Portland.
80-Prayors, "God Bless Our Day."
0:45 Buuriso worship. "Tho Truo
Light," County President Charles E.
100-Blblo study In tho Bunday
tchools of the city
11:80 Convention sermon, "Tho En
deavorer's Responsibility," Mrs. L. W.
8:00 to 4:00-'Tho Children's Hour,"
In oliargo of Mrs. W. I. Ray, of Wood
7:30 Consecration meeting, "Faith
fulness," COunty Secretary Miss Orpha
Roll call of socio tlos.
Has No Equal
"CtitotU It no well adapted toehlMren that
I recommend It at tuptilor to any prescription
known to me,"
It. A. Ancrnt, It. D
III So. Oxford fit., nrooklyti, M.Y.
"Our phytlclant in the tUldren't dtiirt
men. have tpoken highly of their expert,
ence In their outside practice wild Ontotla,
ami although we only have among our
mtdlcat tuppllct what I known a rrgukir
product, yet we are free to coufcit that the
merit nf Cntorlti has won u to look wltlt
favor upon It."
L'Niinn Hospital akji nitpaKiAKV,
Aixbn C Bmitm, Prtt.
Murray Street, Now York City.
quickly. Over 2,000 prlvata endoreeroentt.
l'rc niturenc mentis taoytcury .u tho urst
stafco. . ii ciip'om of tcralnrt weaknea
and bftrrennee. Ii cuu bo slopped iu 0 ilaja
oy iuo uaooi uuuyuu.
Tho now dlwvorvwaa tnadn by thoBnecIab
IsLaoftl.c J! - - valludson Medical Institute.
It Is tho stroncctit vlullrcr made. It la very
powerful, but liaimlcw. Bold fur 81.00 a pack
icoorO packages for $5.00(p)aluBoalod bozos).
Written Kuaranteo pivea-rTftcuro. If you buy
itx inx" ri 1 Rit) rot cntlely cured, six mora
itn for rli 1 .. id testimonials. Address
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thoago; It bS(0JB 2nd o the?
no been on. BtirSflH STta.
dorwdhyttio WtvSSM ..
leadlngctu. .WitPra 8trenjjthon.
tido ruon of MUMfSR Invigorate
Europo and SMmsJ and tone tho
i-morlca. ffl5Yfl entjroajrstem.
purely Tejo IrMiWOT J 0 b J It t y,
table. PmJiSlk NerTOuaiots;
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