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Sleepless, bo appetlta and rery muc&raa
down, waa tha catadltletVot Baylmbaad,
Since taking Hood's BartaparlUa h bu
wonderfully Improved, tad k bow eata
andalcepa wall ia. fact,. Jm to all rlglrtr
wo esteem very highly." Ms8.MaxyCor
MQAK, 1040 Ciedar St., Facblo, Colorado.
Hood's Pilla " "w-nia, biun:
I1UUU JI aMsa.ata4aaa. M
LES ROSES DE 8ADI.
Thl Doming J vowed I would bring that any
They wore throat In the band that my bodies
T't ll -i.iaM !uvw wm.j broken, tbaroaea
. t tr-i,
1 !. I. i t ku i went broki n j tha roses tor
t-lmitrtl forth in tho wlne-i of tbowlnd and
And thiydrlrti-d afar down thn atruuna of the
And tho f-iHVflsan tvU Mwhi-n nuiuet un
f ni.v r. lir. !.: Lii-.mt fiarathosjcr-ntof the
5" ' ibalt know, lo.vo, bow fma.-wO a tnomo-
ry C4tn w.
An tncldciitnl Prrforintnc That I'rottd
As iulerudinir us anything I'vo seen
In tills town." said n visitor to tho city,
'wn a chnnsr- of pinulals that I wiw in
iv vii rie ty i hi.: tor. Tlino wasuumnon
tho Hhio Miijtinfjr h H.mjr. and tho pianist
waH playing th" M'euiiip.inlinent. I hap
pened to pro tho planet glancing to tho
leftonfc, mnl I looln-tl in that direction
myself uml -ww coining down tho nlslo n
man tlmt I judirr-d imwt bo tho relief pi
mist, and ro ho wits. I imagined that
ho would Bit down for u moment and
wait, but, dfiir iue, I was very slow.
"Ho vaa approaching the piano at the
baasend of tlu keylioj.d. When he lwul
almost reuchfd tho corner of tho piano,
tho man who waa playing began gently
sliding off tlio eat to tho right, still
playing. By thia time tho relief waa
abreast of tho ba's keys, and these the
first player, who was still sliding stead-
ily to tho rijjht, now relinquished to him,
and then the nowcomer, still standing,
bnt also moving utcadily to tho right,
etrnck in in perfect tiino and tunc
"Thero was a brief tirao, n socoud or
two, when both men wf ro playing tho
retiring pianist tho treble and tho on
coming player tho bans and for u frac
tion of a second they wero both stand
ing. But now tho now player ia fairly
oppbsito tho conter of tho koyboard. He
settloa into tho seat, and now it ia hia
hand that Htrikes tho treble, and uow tho
wholo piano resounds to bis resolute
"In fnct, thero novor waa a mlnuto
when tho piano had anything to say
about it. Thero nover was a minute
when tho men woro not-complotely mas
ters of tho situation. Thero nover was
All instant from tho timo tho relief ap
proached until ho was firmly settled in
his seat when both men woro not con
tinuously in motion, bnt thochangowaa
made without a jar or it slur In tho mu
sic and without tho omission of a note."
-Notv York S:m.
Iu order to satisfy soiontiflomon aa to
tho rel cause or- Professor Holinholtz'B
death, says tho London Telegraph's Ber
lin correspondent, n post mortem tiram
iuutiou wan nindo at tho desiro of hia'
relatives, tho ciiiC rosults of-whioh aro
as follow; As a cousoquonco of tho par
rdytlc- -Ftrokcs tho left portion of' tho
brain wni considerably softenodi while
tho rightTiortion wna perfectly normal
and aonud. Tho brain displayed unusu
ally numerous cerebral Hluuntiona.-Sfwh
as are known to bo generally observed
In'tho brains of persons of very-great
intellect. Tho phyaiolans and patholo
gists who oonduoted tho examination
wero cxtromoly interested in wba
thoy saw, and a oast of tho brain was
immediately taken. Other organs of
tho body showed sonio signs of disorder,
but in his lifetime the deceased had not
oxporloncod any iuoonvenienoo -thero-from.
'Neighborhood quarrel-, are s ion
pons as pcarlot fever.
Tfere aro a thousand ways e: L.ius
foOlnond-thery Atva'l easy to-find.
' If salvation Could bo pluccd on a bar
Bain counter, we would all be n.ived.
Take care of y..ur tlf wlu-n .urn have a
cold, so you tnnj ii i.. coti'h more of
You will uI-sh tvim-inlN i- thost
things you wonhl Ik II. j.i-r if voti could
When there U "",Um U- imb.nraa
ment, it is greatl.v hhii mi- iredit tlmt
ho ia embarraHil.
Tho wisest ma'i, i-. . vorld ia tn
man who nvnHr c : tl Rrwti
number of iut'lw i-
It iodJno be taken eontinuoudy f ot
a length of timo, what ia known as
lodism reeulte. Bifferont individuals
sxo affected differently by thia dniff
.Thoro nro throo forma of iodio in-toxicntton-first,
that In whicli the
mptomB Aro thoso of gastric irrita
tion; second, that characterised by
nervoua troubles, neuralgia, ringing
in tho ears, convulsive movements.
vuom uuu uiiuuocci unru, tuat chai
actorized by rapid emaciation, com
monciug moatly in .tho faco. and bo-
rcro nervous palpitation of the
heart, with oxcessivo appetite, which
Bomotimes precedes and sometime
follows tho loss of flesh. Theso eymp
toms. aro said to bo most oaaily in
ducod in goitrous persons. Brooklyn
How Saffraee ! llrttrlctrd In Canxift.
The Canadian restrictions on Kuffragv
are peculiar. In order to bo entitled to
voto, not only mnst ono bo a malo Brit
ish subject 31 years of ago and havo
lived iu the Dominion at leait a yoar,
but ho must also havo been the ownut
of real cstato or. tho occupier of a routed
house or business property for tho saine
time. - If! ho owns real estate iu a city,
it mnst be worth $200, if in a town
(200, nud if oleewhcro f 160. If ho nol
thor owns real cstato nor occupies real
estato as n tenant, ho can voto if ho
earns (300 u year, or if he bo tho son of
a farmer or real cstato owner and livu
at Ids father's home. Au income voter
is not. required, as nil other voters aro,
to llvo a year in the district whero hi
wants to vote, but can register it anr
.time Albany TiiuavUnion.
Ilvim For fiurcM,
Au English ojccluingti Nays: Tho good
offices of 1oaiiH u.h u prunutlvoof gargot
In cows or phrop aro little known and
not so fully appreciated. Two bushela
of oats and pons, with 12 quarts of beans
added and ground together, and o tldrd
by weight of bran addod, feediug two
juarts of the mlztnro night and morn
ing from tho time tho cow in nicely dried
off till a week or ten days after calving,
win carry her safely tnrouKh free from
swollen udder or gurgot if she does net
ak cold at the critical time.
A ThIIow Fat Tree.
Dr. Stuhlmaupt who, la travollmz tc
Africa, ban coino upon a treo whoso fruit
gives out a tallowllko fat. Tho treo Is ono
of tho largest in tho forests ot Usanibnra,
and the fruit is hlgnnd heavy, mcnsurlng
a foot In longth by linlf a foot In dbuuoter.
California Prult In India.
California canned frulta and preserves
aro considered tho best In tho Bombay (In
dia) market and aro by tia tho cheapest.
An Indian modlolno sold at CartervUle.
Mo., la "warranted to mako a mam feci
just Ilka be did before the war."
iriit" '"" '" - iMiffiaiiiti rgin ir-
& i-j-am'mj'touutir' .
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
The bett Salvo In tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sore, Ulcen. Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chpped hands, Chilblains,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed o
give perfect satisfaction or money refundedr
Price 25 i cents a box. For sale by Fred A
The press of the state has usurped
11 prerogative of the governor in veto-lng-tlw
Konowyour faltlr in good -government
by rcnowlng for The Journal.
flolnr by Wind Power.
On an Irish Railway I say, guard,
how la it wo'jre going so faat today?
Why wouldn't wo, sor? Soro we've
got tho - wind behind ub.J' Loaaom
Kloctrlo Current In tba Qnllt.
A new invention, called by its invent
or tho thermogen, consists of a qui
-T,tnlntni7 n coil of wiro bent In tho I
fashion of a gridiron, iuolosed in insn
lating and nonconducting material, mui
Imbedded in cotton, wool or othert
Eubstauoe with a silk or wooloa oove-
Tho resistanoo offered by tho coll to
tho flow of au olectrlo ewreat through
tho wiro produces boat ia tho aamo way
that heat and eventually Ugh f pro
daoed in tho filament ot tha glow lamp.
A uniform temperature of about 150
degrees F. la tbua wainUiMd. lt is
the event of tho tartwa4g e-
LBAVHS ITS MARK
every one of the painful irregularities
aad weaknesses that prey upon women,
ffkeyffade the face, waste the, fiRwe, ruin
the temper, wither you up, make you old
before your tlrue. . .
Get well : That's the way to look. well.
Cure thedlsorders and ulhsenUI-Hat beset
you, with Dr. Plerceta Favorite Preaenp-
ItVegulatea and promotes all the proper
functions,, improves digestion, anriekeethe
1)1000, USeiSBCUea Will paius, dkimcuuij
asd nervousness, brings refreshing sleep,
and restorea health and strength. It'a a
, powerful general, as well as uterine, tonic
and nervine, partlng vigor and Mwagth
to the entire ayatem.
Mr. Asnca UpuCR, of TJm Otth, B 9
,m.a AW., wrltci! X enjoy
(rood neaun inmnxi iu
fcc . Flrc FatoritePre-
I iflal .Til Bl IaI
for Infants and Children,
MOTHERS, Do You Know u v.
Katttnan' Sropi, Godfrey's ConlLil, many so-called 6oothtng- Bynirw, nud
mcrt remedies fir cliltdren are composed of opium or morphine?
Tto Yea Ktiovy tliai opium and luorplilnc are ntupcfjlng narcotic potwn?
o Vets Know that In roost countries druggist are not permitted to sell narcotics
vtlhout labeling thcra poison t
Yob Knowtlut you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
lts yott or your physician know of what It I coaipol ?
irso Vow Know that Cnttoria Is a purely egctable pieparatlon, and tlmt a llstot
tto Ingredients Is published trlth every bottle I
go Vom Know that Costorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel rltcher.
Yaat It baa been In use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla Is now sold than
of aU other remedies for children combined)
Po Vow Know that the Patent Office Department or the United States, and of
other countries, have, Issued exclusive right to Dr. rltcher and bis assigns to use thavrotd
Castorla" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison oQense?
Po Vow Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
tras-because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely ItnrmlcHM?,
P Vast Know that 33 average doses of Castorla arc furnished for .13
Po Vow Know that -when possessed of this perfect preparation, yonrcblldren may
ka lept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, thette ttiltigts are worth knowing. They are facts.
FIVE PRIZES ! !
In on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
J. C. GOODALK
C. O. SCIIWAJIM
Goodale LiirRb?p Company
Yards on Twelfth and Trade Streets3
Keep the most complete stock of common, dimension and llnislicdlluinbtr
in tho city,' und'scll on the most fuvorablo terms.QLntli and Shingles
Our stock is made nt our own mills, ot tho best luinbcrjln tho state.
C. G. SCHRAMM,
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
'lwav iiiu wuiiui unit huuiu
Service ami Scenery Unequalled
T rovyh JPalacc ami UourUlbleejw
' Dtninu andJluffet. Llhvaru Cant
Trains leave Portland abd Seattle daily for the East.
Tickcts.-rewrvations and-baggaee-checked to all points.
For comfort in travel take the Great Northern.
BOZORTH BROS., Agents.
U. C.'.STEVENS. G. V. P. A., Seattle, Wash.
A. B. C.'DENNISTON, C. P. & T. A.. Portland, Oi.
The Willamette Hotel.
r-'T." . -.."T r. - w
mi under dactora' care
for two years with, womb
disease, and gradually
wasting In strength all
me lime. 1 was a wcfc
that I could sit up In bed
oalya few, moments, for
Uh'ag Dr. Pierce' r
comy.'d.by the tlsae
1 bad Mtken oae-hatf dos
es bottles I was up aad
inrt Care had rood htaHh
and been. very.. st-oag
LEADING HOTEL OFllTHE,' CITY.
Reduced-rates. ManaCement lloeral.r, Electric cars leave holel lor all public buildinga
amXpolnta 6(interest. Special rates will be rjlvtn to permanent patrons.
w w - . - w - - - u ufcw. ana ucc vij
yondthat point from lncawaoc pree- ewrtIncethtwatwoyearandahalfap).,
.nw, Ir. shn nlootrlo malsH IB .,, jn.
afiintly molta and antomatloaliy mvm
off tho cmrrent Tho qnilt may bo re4
ilv 4taahd to ordinary tncantiMOt
a vtriMnuMnn "Woman and Tier
Biseasea" mailed jtaUJ.ou receipt of 10
cents In stamp for postage. Addreaa,
World's Distknsat Hrtjicai. Assocu--Ma,
a Milw fNM. M. Y.
Willamette Truck Co.
Stable at South Commercial St." Bridge,
Best enuinment for all kinds
Float Drug Sto e at all times.
of heaty drayinK and exprea haullngi Teams found ar Re.1
-EXCELSIOR - STAiLB-
B. C. HANSEN, MANAGER.
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Stable back of Stato Insurance; block
tlocs not do a lottery business to swell
Us circulation; but In addition 10
pIviiiR value received, It gives its sub
serllKjrs valuable preinlunis.
Now is the I line to older your rend
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Any one of the following live perl
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the best 111 page illustrated ''fashion
magazine or New York free for one
year. The abovo pt lees aro net cash,
and the chcapcst-eoinbluatlon ever of
fered. Tho "Queen" Is a high-class
prnctlcal, home magazine.
'The Child Garden.'
0TI10 delightful Chicago 'children's
mnD-nxInn. Just the tllllllT to read to
tho llttlo ones of tho homo circle. It
brings the kindergarten Into tne
home. Song, games and story, Beau
tifully Illustrated, 81 a year, Pub
lished by tho Kindergarten Literature
A nractlcal farm paper, edited by a I
staff of experienced agricultural
writers, contributed to by tho best
known agriculturists of tho country.
It contains what the fnnuor wants. j
A handsome, attractive, homo pa
nor. to which every woman will glvo
a hearty welcome.
That great national newspaper,
which is known to everybody.
Of any of these publications can bo
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VTIU 0 IOUIIU HIU IIIU3U liUUIIIt Wl.v.
mado by any papor on tho coast.
Salem, - Oregon.
UssBrayjB B I 1 1 1 H (1 1 ,
Jnion Pacific System.
Through I'ullman Palace Sleepers. Touil
Sleepern and Kreo Ucclinlng Chairs daily
VOllTLAXt) to CHICAGO
Our trains arc heated by steam and cars
(Killed liy I'inUch light.
1 line to Uilcaco, 3 1 2 days
lime to New York, 4 t-a days,
W deli Is many hours quicker i
quicker than ccm-
K.ir rates dme tablet and full Inform 'on
liOCSU & BATiKE't.
Ageati, Safest, Ot,
R. W. BAXTER, C. B. WINN,
General Agent," Dlst. Pass. Aemt
13$ Ihitd Street, Portland.
0. R. L N. CO.
E. M'NEILI., RECEIVER.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St Paul and Den
ver Orra'ia and Kansas Cliy. Low rates to
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock. Portland,
Dec. 41I1, 9th, 141U 19th, 241I1, and 29U at
Fare Cabin, $5: steerage, i.$o.
WILLAMrriE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers Elmore and Eugene leave Salem -for
Eugene and Corvallis Saturdays, Sundays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about 5 p. ra.
Leave for Portland Mondays. Tuesday.
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. m.
Lowest height and passeneer rates.
Round trip tickets vera cheap.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
la all points without extra transfer charges,
F01 full details call on Boise & Barker,
agents, saiom. utegon, or address.
V. H. HURL11URT.
Gen'I Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full details call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local Agant.
pul!man Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dinln Cars.
.Tourist Sleeping Cars r
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Wnmlpeg,
Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New "tr
York, Hmton, and all Points
East and South
For information, time cards, raaps and
tickets, call on or write r " mm tt
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Sa'am, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'I Pau A at,,
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Or.
Eastern R, R. Company
YAQU1NA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yanutna Bay with the Salt
Francisco & Yaquln Bay Steanuh'p Co.
4 STEAMER ''FARALLON,"
a t and flrst-clais In every respre tf Sails
from Yaqulna for San Frsncltco about every
Passenger accoHiaiodallons unsurpatsad.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or point! west to Baa
Frandtcot Cabin, f 131 steerage, 1.85 caai n
rouad trip, good 60 days, $18.
For sailing dates apply to
CHAS. CLARK. Corvallis, Or.
EDWIN STONK. Manager, t.Ctvailis, ur,
A. J. CHURCHILL, Ltwal Ageat. Salw.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Bush's New Brick overth kak Caaal
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