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tcVMNLNQ OAl'lCfAli JOBItNAIi, aiHTOBSDAY," JULY 27, 1898.
THE CIPiTAL JOMIML
MBIMUKU DAILY, EXCEPT HUMUY,
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HAWAII IS (JUKV.
Tlie pew treaty oflVrfd the United
Blatesiby tbfl, pfoyhlopal' gpveriment
of the Baudwlch Inlands will force the
administration to act upon this matter.
If tbe proposition were to annex a
lot nf aavafres our counlryvwoold be no
morejostlflpd in listening to It than
wou'd a civilized man In accepting a
Kanaka woman, form wife. Tbe liuson
could not be fruitful of good results.
But lboe Ikbnds ore pretty well
filled up witb Americans and Ameri
can commercial iuterects. In tbat re
pect Hawaii Is already ours. Ilje
question would seem l Ik? not wbetbei
to annex, but what to do fur our owi
people and ur wn int-rpstr.
STATU Kr.FOK II SOUOOli.
It Is to be regretted that State Supt.
McElroy and Sec. of State McBride
could not be prcseut at tbe opening or
bids on buildlu two additional wing?
to the state reform school near Salem
Governor Pennoyer, who Is a strong
advocato of tbe seggregated or cottage
plan, is strongly inclined to leave tbe
main building unfinished, and erect
two additional small structures.
Tbe time may come when tbat will
be necessa'y. But witb a rainy season
of from three to five months it would
be a hardship to cumpell tbe children
at tbe state reform school to pass from
building to boildiog in winter. Tbe
present administration building is in
Itself very incomplete and unserviceable
and tbe Board should finish it If possi
ble witb tbe money tbe legislature al
lotted fjr it.
THE SMUUULIMJ FUAU38.
No mercy should be shown tbe Fort
land ring who have been smuggling in
Chinese and thousands of pounds of
opium. If the facta reported by Mr.
Tingle are true Jim Lntan is tbe big
gest political thief who has appeared on
tbe Pacific coast in many a day. A
man wbo can get away witb (200,000
can probably elude justice. But tbe
case should be pushed to the utmost
if there is a partlcal of evidence. It Is
bad enough to bavo nn administration
indifferent to tho enforcement of the
Geary law. It would be Infinitely
worse If tbe authorities at Washington
did not enforce tho law against smug
gling In tbe mongolians to compete
witb white labor, and their aslatlo
vices that cluster about tbe inlqultlous
opium traffic. For public officials to
pluuder tbe treasury or receive bribes
from coolies and to maintain opium
joluta is a height of Infamy that de
verves the stamp of disapproval and tbe
felon's cell. It Is treason to our coun
try in its worst form, that of venal cor
ruption. makes the man'
eald Watts, but modern ethics
deny this, and give tbe credit
to tbe tailor. It Is question
able, however, if cither ore
lias some claims
in this respcct.tlicrcforc thoao
parents who would build up
pay strict attention to their
diet. Children are all fond of
pastry; for this to be health
mart teased as a shortening.
by the best Cooks.
CoBfiult your physician ur
OH fcs kealtlifulucss,
eVfldtkrre rents In stem ni In N t
toiitiHir a . n.iu . . -
wwuiOtUoleoeCtok llook, contain.
M eU hundred recipe, prepare! tjr
tea afnuteaUaalborktea ea TMrt Inc.
OeMolens to sold by all grocer.
Metaie sil substitutes.
Had only by
.K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
3 tbe mind tbat
MAKE HO XOKK MISTAKES
CHAKtas, A. (SMITH KUNS
The Rustler Wood Saw
A4 lis doesn't burn' up hair your wood, In
aui Hiuuiha urn II. Hake your contracts
Mtta hi in uantmial) v or leave orders at Veatcu I
adasM'aiors Kaarbora's book Wrw,suw war ...
5, or ft4rM MM by tps.lt. MMf ' n W" I
Is called tho "Father of DiseaseA
It Is canaed by a Torpid Liver,
and ia generally accompanied "with
LOSS OF APPETITE,
BAD BREATH, Elc.
To treat constipation Bncceesfnlly
It is a mild laiatiTe and a tonto
tneHigesthre organs. By taking
Bimmona Liver Eegulator you
promote digestion, bring on a reg
ular habit of body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
"My wife ni sorely dttrad with Coostrp
tien and coajiunr, followed with BJeedisr Plies.
After four raonths use of Sitnncca Lirer Regulator
the it almost eatirely rebeed, gaining itrcBjth
tad Hah." W. B. Lxzm, Delaware, Ohio.
" I have used Siasum Lircr Rejolucr tor
Constipation cf ny Bowels, cacsed by temporary
derarremeM ef the Lirer, and always with de
cided benefit." Haass Wima, Liu Chief
Josbce of Georgia.
.NOT LOCAL D18TRESS..
The dispatch in Tire Journal
showing tbe financial distress of Cana
da, and cltinir as a fact tbat Montrea1
has lost .5,000,000 in three months
shows tbat present bard times In our
country are not local nor due to any
The worst that can be said is tbat tbe
Cleveland administration Is not dolnp
anything to make matters better, but
it baa bardly bad time. Our country
is not so much nor so quickly Influ
enced by a change of policy or of law
as it is by the revolution at the polls.
Too many people are thinking tbe
country is ruined by turning out or
putting in a different set of officers. A
senator says we are going to Hades if
the Sherman law is repealed. A news
paper says we would have good times if
McKlnley were only president. Tb It
is rot. The country is in no danger.
A Portland paper bits the mossbock
bankers of that city who recently or
dered tbat hereafter no checks or other
obligations against interior banks will
be uccepted, except for collection, tbe
followiug llvo bit: Over $3,000,000 of
Portland money Is today enjoying tbe
sleep tbat knows no waking in tbe
"wildcat" towns of Puget sound, In
stead of being safely and profitably
employed in the agricultural and In
dustrial Interests of Oregon, which
have made Portland a city. What
have these dignified pawnbrokers, who
have grown rich through n. effort of
theirs, ever done to advance or build
up the great state of Oregon? What
right have they to pass judgment upon
tho builders of the Interior? Have
they ever done anything either through
legislation or by investment to build
up the interior Industries? The answer
Is no. They are not built that way.
They think that the suu rises on the
west bank of the Willamette river and
sets on Portland Heights, and If they
ever express any feeling of sympathy
for their fellow man It would probably
be on account of bis misfortune In liv
ing oufslde of that sacred circle. To
thfiu there Is uothiug of value In tbe
vlueyards, orchards, forests or gold
fields of southern Oregon, the rich al
luvial lands of tbe Willamette valley
or the rolling prairies of eastern Oregon,
all of which are in need of financial air.
And as a matter of fact the luterlor
banks are on a better financial footing
today than a majority of tbe more pre
NEW BOOKS AND PERIODICALS.
Among the articles in the August
Forum will be two about cougresj und
the Financial Crisis ono on "ludia's
Action and the Sherman Law," by Mr.
Horace While, and the other on "The
Doom of Silver" n a measure of value,
by Edward O. Leech, formerly director
of tho Mint. The-o sum up the cur-
rent silver controversy In Us aouttut,
me juiy nominee is a "Special Orl-
ental Number." It opens with a strlk-
Ing legend of the East by Harry Wll-
lard Frenoh, aud contains Interesting
excerpts from Hindoo, Persian uud
Japanese literature (one of tbem amus-
Ingly tendered Into English by a Jap-
aueee.) oue of Budyard Kipling's od-
urn uties, a uirilllug Ineident of the
Sepoy mutiny; and astlrrlug original
account of a Kangaroo hunt In A intra-
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tbe latest Issue of Bine and Gray is
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ecessors. Literally, every known
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Mrs. Custer's stories of army life have
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inimitable daughter of tbe of tht regi
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funeral dirge all piss in rapid sketchy
chapters, that make an admirable book
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"Larry" Is a J2.000.00 prize story, by
Amanda M. Douglas. "Larry" by
MIbs Amanda M. Douglas, will prove
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mer books published by Lre&Shepard,
Boston. There is always a certain fas
cination in witnessing the development
of a noble nature, aud Larry becomes a
rare specimen of an ingenuous, modest
and high-spirited young man. The
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depicted, and tbe people witb whom
bis lot is cast become real men and wo
men under tlie author's creative touches
lis incidents are wholly within proba
ble limits, yet tbey afford an unusual
ooportunlty for dr.imatln effects, and
for tbe contrasts which are tbe life of a
Perhaps this will be considered tbe
best of tbe long list of Miss Douglas's
novels. Tbe stylo is excellent, being
pointed and direct, yet-- with an easy
flow. Price, papet 60 ents, cloth 51.00.
"Nance" by Nanci Lewis Greene la
a story of Kentucky fueds. It was evi
dently written by a native Kentuckian
and contains some beautiful descriptions
of life and scenery in tbe grand old bor
der state. F. Tennyson Neely's library
of choice literature, Chicago.
Persons wishing to be sure of getting
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Rund, McNally & Co's Rlallo libraiy
"Olive Varcoe," by Mrs. F. E M. Not
ley. The adventures of a very inter
esting heroine are spread through near
ly five hundred large pages of beautiful
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"Summer Clouds" and other stories
by Eilen Phlllpotts, No. 2 of Raphael
Tuck & Sons' ''Breezy Library," estah
llshes the favor of their series. The
famous art publishers make each of
tnese za ct. novelettes a work of art
from cover to flulsh. A more delight
ful gift book could not Uj coujured up
by a literary Aladdiu'a lamp. Every
thing this New York bouse issues, from
a pretty picture card to a thousand dot
lar edition de luxe, Is as good as It am
Wm. T. Adams, of Dorcestershire,
Mum., Is the redoubtable author under
whose uom de plume of "Oliver Optic"
have Issued nearly a thousand stories
mostly for boys nnd girl. He was the
dlsplacer of tho old-fusldoued "dime"
novel and Capt. Marryat sea-tales and
Uvea to say he never depicted a mean
hero In attractive colors.
It would be highly amuslug if It
could be shown to be a fact, which is
most probably tbe case, that "Oliver
Optlo" owea his literary ability and
prowess of Imagination to works he
rtfers to as 'pernicious," By the way
"The Mysteries of Udolpho" Is likely
to be remembered as a good perform-
auce In literature wbeu Oliver Optlo
shall have been forgotten.
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Hesdscbe. yet Clara's trmx Lim Prusi
are equally TsJasble in Coostrp&tton. curing
and preraitmg this annoying complaint, whllo
they also collect aU disorders of the stomach,
stimulate Uta lirer and regulau tha bowels.
Eres If they only cured
AChe they would be almost priceless to those
who surer from this distrasatne; cemplaint:
bat fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who once try them wiU find
these llttie pills Taluabie la so many ways that
they wm not be willing to do without them.
But after an sick bead
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we make our great boast. Our pais cure It
while others do not.
CaBTEa's Little Lite. Fills are rery small
and rery easy to tako. One or two pills make
a dose. Tbey are strlcUy vegetable and do
hot gripe or purge, but by their gentle action
please all wbo use them. In rials at Scents;
fire for SI. Sold everywhere, or sent by mall.
urzu aaricors ca, vn rat
UU tklBsss. bHPrict
How "Snowbound" Came to Be Written.
When the publishers of one of the
first juvenile periodicals, "Our Young
Folks," were casting about for clever
people to make strong their early
numbers, John G. Whittier vras one
of the first to -whom they made ap
plication. They asked him to write
about his boy lie. Happening to be
in the office of the publisher at the
time, making arrangements for some
illustrations, I heard much of the
In response to another letter from
Mr. James T. Fields about tbe con
tribution, the poet replied substan
tially: "Oh, the matter has grown
beyond all bounds! Thee wanted 12
Btanzas, and three times that are
now written, and the story has
scarcely begun, and, moreover, I fear
thee will not Like it" Mr. Fields tel
egraphed, "Send it along and let me
judge for myself." The next morn
ing Mr. Fields thrust the first pages
of "Snowbound" into my hand, re
marking: "What do you think of
that for a Christmas book I There is
a picture in every line," and truly it
was so. The sheets were sent back
with just eight words attached:
"Make it as long as you can. Splen
Two months later the poem was
finished, and I was on my way to
Amesbury for an interview with the
poet and to gather material in the
locality for illustrations. St Nicho
las. The lAbor In Driving a Street Car.
I should think that the men who
used to drive horse cars, but whose
occupation has by evolution become
that of gripman or motorman, must
rejoice at the change. Under the
new conditions the work is hard
enough, but the driver has a chance
to rest occasionally to a far greater
extent than is possible on a horse car.
A horse car driver once explained the
thing to me
"You see," he said, "a fellow has
to hold up and control with one hand
a pair of horses that kinder have a
desire to lie down anyhow, and they
take every chance they can get to
slip and stumble. Ho has to turn
this brake with the other hand and
use one foot on it as well. So ho has
practically only one leg to stand on
and not much chance to lean against
anything. I tell you one gets tired
when you aro doing that for 10 hours
on a Btretch. It would break a green
man up in two hours. It tires your
back. It makes your feet so sore that
you would like to 'cut them off and
cast them from' you, if such things
went these days. It wrenches your
chest, and it makes your arms feel
as if they had been on one of -those
rocks that tho inquisition people used
to amuse themselves with. There is
no soft snap about driving a horso
car." Washington News.
HOW THEY WROTE.
BufTon studied in an old tower in his
garden, and whenever at a loss for an
idea left his room and took a walk among
Boetbius wrote the "Consolations of
Philosophy" in prison, and in order to
keep the manuscript from the jailer hid
it in his bed.
Defoe always wrote in a hurry, and tho
fact explains tbo innumerable mistakes
and discrepancies in his "Robinson Cru
soe" and other works.
Chaucer talked over tbe stories of his
Canterbury series with his friends, and
after getting the narrative to suit him
sat down and wrote it
Buchanan's paraphrase of the Psalms
of David was comitosed inanrisonof
the Portuguese inquisition as a penance
unposeu by tho monks.
Kant wrote 6 or 10 hours every day,
with an occasional glass of beer as in
spiration. Ills manuscripts ore very
clear, showing few changed.
Voltaire wrote a large part of tbe
"Hem-iade'' in the Bastille, and in. the
evenings read to the keepers what ho
had written during the day.
Paler, the author of "Natural The-1
ology," wrote slowly and with lnde-
fetigable perseverance. After he thai
tImu) kl ra1S .n L.U .U- I
Let tons Learned from n Ilaueball Maine.
The motber who has never witnessed
a gatno of bawtall tktweTii two crsok
teams will nrer realize what a world of
good such an eihibiu-.i of unquestion
ing submission would !! JH.r refractory
offspring Tue umpire ff abtuie. His
word is law, end there i no wLeedling.
coaxing or threatening tbat can turn
him once bis det-i ion is mode.
No mlTtter if a player bs succeeded in
sliding to third and thinks the victory
worth the pain of scraped jeints: if the
cry "OutP conies from the uuipiro there
is nothing left for him to do but to re
turn to his seat on the players' beech
and hope for a homo ran when next he
comes to the bat.
Once in awhile human nature asserts
Iteelf, and voices are raised in dissentj
but the punishment which follotrs swift
and sure on tho heels of a continued ex
postulation makes these occasions few
and f.ir between. Very few pcThop.
of the thousands who witness the3e
games look at them from any standpoint
other than pnre enjoyment of the sport,
bnt to one who studies human natnro in
its various phases they become exhibi
tions of self control and absolute sub
mission to the word of one who is sup
posed to know better than the players
what decision to make.
If mothers could only learn from this
example and when they say "no" let the
little folks understand that they mean
it, having weighed matters well before
rendering a verdict und then never
swerving therefrom, there would be
many happier parents and fewer spoiled
children. Philadelphia Times.
What becomes of Old Knsllsh Uniforms.
Thocastoff red coats of the British
soldiers almost all go to Holland, for in
that damp country the people have a no
tion that red cloth keeps off the rheu
matism; therefore all careful Dutchmen
of the laboring classes wear red cloth
waistcoats next their skin. These are
made by cuttins off the sleeves of the
British soldiers' red coats and altering
the shape a little, though the Dutchmen
presumably do not Enow this.
The showy uniforms of tho guards, the
full dress liveries of the lord mayor's
footmen or of the royal servants, even
the laced coats and cocked hats of bea
dles, come into the hands of the old
clothes dealers and go chiefly to the south
coast of Africa, where they ore sold to
the native chiefs.
English travelers ore sometimes amused
at being received in full state by a
swarthy chief on his throne, dressed out
in a footman's livery or a rifleman's uni
form. The gray grea.tcoats of the infantry
find their way to the agricultural dis
tricts, tho more valuable cloaks of the
artillery are sent to Holland, and that
country and Ireland absorb the castoff
clothing of the police. Youth's Com
panion. Cost of a Pnssencer Coacu.
Not many people know how much
material enters into the composition of a
first Plfts.1 nnyipnr-r nnrh rTrtlinilrl a
passenger car of the best kind requires
about 2,400 feet of poplar, 3,400 feet of
ash. 1,000 feet of white pine and 2,300
feet of yellow pine. COO feet of the best
oak, 400 feet of the strongest hickory,
400 feet of cherry, 400 feet of maple ve-'
neer and perhaps small amounts of oth
er woods. There are four pairs of wheels
and axles, two pairs of passenger car
tracks, about 3,000 pounds of iron, 700
pounds of castings, 300 pounds of galva
nized iron and 250 sheets of tin. Then
add screws, chandeliers, airbrakes, sash
balances, CO or 70 glass panes for the
windows and doors, stoves, 6eat fixtures,
lamps, door locks, knobs and hinges,
basket racks, window lifts, window fas.
teners and seat springs, and yon have
most of the hardware.
Then there are about 200 yards of
plush, 100 yards of sheeting and 800
pounds of hair. When all theso thinm.
are taken into account, no wonder can
oe reit that a passeutrer coach costs over
$4,000. The materials do not cost this
mnch, but before the car is put on the
roaa aDout f i.sw will be expended on
labor. Boston Transcript
Amusements In the Uouie of Commons.
"Games" of every kind aro either rig
idly or passively forbidden in the house
of commons. Tlie place is regulated by
a most ascetic code of ethics. The the
ory of tho legislature is legislation.
Every one who enters arliament is sup
posed to have ouly one object at heart
work. So amusement has never en
tered into the schedule of the M. P.'s
life. An attempt was mode some time
ogo to have a billiard tablo set up in one
of the spare rooms at the house, but the
proposer was disdainfully crushed by the
speaker. Card playing, even in the form
of a game of innocent threepenny whist,
is forbidden under all kinds of lawful
penalties to be drawn out of the plenary
armory of the speaker. Chess alone is
suffered, ond this is "winked at" rather
than permitted. Only a certain number
of newspapers are allowed, and these
are subject to the approval of the ser-geant-at-arms,
who indeed in this, as
in other more 6erious matters, exercises
a sovereign censorship, London Letter.
Exhibiting a Steam Hammer.
There is a characteristic story about
James Nosmyth showing the confidence
he felt in the effectiveness of his steam
hammer. It was on the occasion of the
trial of bis invention. To show the
gradation of tha bammer'a force be
placed his watch nn der it - Owing, how
ever, to some mistake the wrong" power
was put on, the hammer descended with
a uiowni to anaxe a parish, and the
watch was smashed into atoms. Noth
ing dannted. in order to prove the sin
cerity of the error, Nasmytb placed his
hand under, and tbe hammer came dow
this time witb tho required gentleness.
Loadon Tit. Bits.
An Old Maa's A.
A broker whose mind was full of stock
quotations was asked a few days since
hOW Old' bis f&thrtr mi TJ7..1I ...ia
uotracieuiy, "ine oiu gentleman u
quoted at ft), bnt there is every prospect
la will rsard PVV.I '
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For sale by FKED LEGO, DrngUt, Patton
Ulock, Salem, Ore.
Forawy special or complicated blemish of
toco or form, write
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
AMCKiCA'S BKACTT DOCTOB,
26 Geary 8t, Ban Francisco, Cal
Superfluous Hair Permanently Removed.
DBTBCnVB AND COLLECTING BUREAU
SALEM, ... Or.gon
Private work, a specialty.
C. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
The House Mover.
451 Marlon Street.
Has the best facilities tor moving and rais
ing houses. Leave orders at Uray Bros., or
address tsalem. Oregon. '
From Terminal or Interior Poinfa lh
Is the line to take .
To all Points East and Sonth.
It .Is the dinlnr car route. It runs throng n
vestibule trains, every day la the year to
ST. PAUL AND CDICAGO
(No change of cars.)
Composed of dining cars unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
;of latest equirimen'
Sleeping Cars .
Best that can be constructed and In which
accommodations are both tree and tar
nished for holds of Ant and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnnots 11m eonaertlne with all
Unes. aflordlnf direct aril nnlnterrupted
Pullman all err lyMTWUlons can be se
enredta adTite tsVo.fck ay ajent of
i-T?roaJh J to na fro " Points
pnrehasedatany ticket offlc oftnls oom-
Full IntonaaUon concerning rales, time
rrftmlnsoBte aadotliertteallsi fumUhed
cji implication to any. aren tor
a ... . ,A D CHAJILTON,
Assistant General Paasenter AnC Ko.
W1SC0S1N CENTRAL LINES.
tKerttsrs Padflc R. R, Co, Luue.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Train! Daily.
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7X6pmll. Ashland, a I 8.'ttjam 4.3Diim
iu-ttafblctn 6.00pm II Spm
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'WHu watTHiw WKT to jrosr ftrartM
Northern Pacific Railroad
Cavstoria cm CoiOa, Cbestrpatica,
Kills 'Worms, crntf,aleep, and promotes d
For aereral years 1 hare recommendec
your ' Castoria. ' and shall always continue to
do so as it has InTariably produced beneficial
Eownr F. Pakcxs, H. D.,
32a TinUlop,, USUi Sinct and Ttb at,
Costrxwr, 77 Xinuux Brasxr, Kxw Toax.
W. L. DOUGLAS
9J onuci Noi
Do yea tmr them? Whea next la need try a pilr.i
Sett In the world.
If vm want afina DRESS SHOE, mads In tho labs!
h!e. doo't pav S6 b 8. trv mv S3. 3 .SO. H.OQtt
$5 Shoe, Tbiy fit equal to eastern made and look asd
wear u well. If yoa wish to economize In your foctvear,
I do to by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoes. Name and
pries stamped on the bottom, look for It when yoa boy
W. I IXU(XLAS, Brockton, at ass. Sold by
A New Remedy
A tro Specific a potUirc and perminent tllminifim
of all pouoa from the blood, sad a restoration of bealthr
vifor to the tissue u offend to sufferer for the first time
in a remedy which bis been undergoing the most seven
prirat experiments for the past three years. It has not
ret failed, and it will not tail, as it is a True Specific
tor Siyptuliuc poison and ail blood diseases. Da
i and all blood diseases. Doyoube-
lirreuf Send for full particulars and proof free. Stop
Biung Tour system with mercury and other poisons.
This remedy will care yoa in 30 to oo days without tail.
We truaraatse) a cure or refund the money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
1T9 First Street
La mo BacK9 d
1R. SMBEX'S ELECTRIC IELT
With Electra-MssrnAtln ftllsriPuanRY.
LsUU fateauT Beat IsapreTesaeaU I
2?5or,Jt.w2f? tneueu all Vlmiitm raattlnc froB
eraMiTiWenot twain Beera forces, traaM or Indl
cntloa. aa serrotu debulty. alorpIeaiBea, lanfTMr.
rbeumatssaB. aidaey. Uw aid blakder ratapiatatJL
C yi . t-aJt. e. t& electrks Belt eiatatol
t!Si!!i,lT.VyTu OTer " hre. Correal U
iSSfilf flyiT.rP T or.w" forfeit Sl.ooa.co, ai4
wueareallol tbe abort, diseases or no par. Tt.
suds We Ueo eared by this inamioasforensloa
S" caiMr. remedlea failed. aidivYiT, EttSttdi
?ElM to this and erybeAffta! ouaorea.
jomrr.jrtai tasews Kucraic srsriisorr, toe
j, AHbMIM KUtOTfMO CO.,
o.Jt'ra JTIraS IMreet. seKTaVAJsTB O JUsV.
The LINE That
ALL ' OTHERS
Hours the QuIckest to chcas ar,d
ULnwj Quicker to Omaha and Kan
"ft sas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleefers, Free Rtclin
Irtr Chair Can. Din ntr Cart.
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Yor rales and seneral InfonuaUcn call on
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