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OMfe . Archer
Saved His Life
"I hayo Viccn suffering frony hip cijsea.o
fnrefsfttjears, haTS&i? tlirco running sores
on rjy hip. I began to tako
and It has Riven mo a perfect cjxu I feci
confident that It ?acd my life." "olxik L
AnciiFR,j3U Du-lley Street, Dayton, Ohio.
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The Yaquina Route,
And Oregon Development company' steam
tblp Hue. i25 miles slioiler, 20 hours lew
tlsunlhanby utiy oth-.r route, Firat clan
tnrough passenger uud freight Hue fron
Portlaud nttd all lolnts In tlio WltlametH
valle to uud from nan Krnucl.co.
TIME bCUKDULE, (Except Sunday.)
Lv lbany 1 00 p m I Lv Corvallls 1-40 p u
Ar Yaauiuii.-6:Upiii Lv Yuqulna Cit u)
X.V CorvaliW. 10:35 urn Ar Albany U;10u 14
). & u. trains c mnect at Albany and Co,
'JCher above trains connect at Yuqulna wlti
the Urctjou Devei piueat Co.'b line or sleau
era between Yaquina and Han FrunUsco
W. B, Passengers fiom Portland and at
WPIameite valley points can make close con
nectlon with the trains of the Yaquina Koutt
at Albany or Corvulll and If desilutd to ttui
Frauclsco, should arrange to art ive at Yaquini
the evening before da to of sailing.
Passenger and Fitlgtit Kates always Ih,
loweht or Information apply to Mttwr.
J1ULMAM &Co., hrelght and Ticket A genu
20U and 202 1 ront strett. Portland, Or., or
O. O. HlHiUK, AO't Ueu'l Ft. jt Pass. Ag'
Or. Pacific H. It. Co , Corvallls, Or.
C. H.HA8WKLL, Jr., Gen'l Freight and
Pass. Agl. Ore. Development Co.,
J. H. HAAS,
2I5X Commercial St., - calem, Of.gon,
(Next door to Klelu's.jl
Specialty of fpeotuoles, And repairing Clocks.
WatohfM Hud Jrweirv
At Mrs. Austin Corbin'a country place,
the grounds is a milo loug.
Miss Helen Gould, the Into Jay GouliVf
daughter, spends much time at her Irv
i'lgton estate, where hbo has one of the
finest conservatories in the country.
The Duke of Cambridge, who ia com
mander in chief of the English urmy, has
never smelled pawder oscept nt u revjow
and is not likely to if ho can help it.
Edison is quoted ns saying that, "in
hia experience, vhaevcr has beon proved
to bo impossible by mathematical au
thorities has been the easiest invention
W. A. Clarke, tho 20 millionaire of
Butte City, Mon., has bought a build
ing site iu New York for $220,000 on the
northeast comer of Fifth avenue and
Mr. E. W Btreeter .of ondon has a
ruby weighing 1 ,000 carats and a pair ol
pearl epaulets which were the propertj
of the king of Oudo and were lost by an
English sailor during tho mutiny.
Charles W. Piyton, the new postmas
ter of New York, is the principal ownei
of the Ilarlam Reporter, a society Jour
nal. Ho ia also a member of Tammany
and on intimate friend of Secretary La
mont. Senator Sherman has recently moved
into his new $15D,0C0 house at Washing
ton. It Is one of tho finest residences a
tho capital. Ho mado much of his money
out of Washington real estate and evi
dently has faith in it yet.
Dom S&alon, a monk whose medical
Reputation is high, is about to leave
Paris with the approval of the pope and
credentials from tho French govern
ment to visit leprosy hospitals through
out the world, in order to secure the
general adoption of the most efficacious
SLEEPY MARSHAL BA2AINE.
Oyerpowerlnsifroniiinlrnco of tlio.Slnn.Wlio
Cava Met (a the Geruiuiis.
A eurioiw nn'l apparently orijrinal
nnccdoto nliiu$ tlio Into Mru-shal Ba
ztiino is related today. It refers to
tho f4eopy habits of tho man who
delivered Mctzto tho Gcrmana. The
author of tho nuecdoto is Lieutenant
Eymard, who wes permanent officer
of thogunai, in tho Iiqumj ut Vei-i-ci!lle3
wliero fho marshal wrts under
urest whilo awaiting his court mar
Ono day Hme. Dazainc, n Mexi
can by birth, camo to M. Eyniard
end asked him to bo food enough to
receivo Queen Isabella of Ppoin. who
was expectrd in the afternoon. Her
majesty intended, it appears, to pay
a visit to tlio prisoner. At about a
quarter past 1 o'clock the queen ar
rived, accompanied by her Ron, after
ward Alfonso XTI, and her two
daughters. M. Eymard went to meet
tho royal party, and, as ho Bays him
self, not having been brought up in
courts, but camps, ho committed the
awful offense of shaking tho queen's
hand a l'Anglaiso instead of kissing
it respectf ully. The queen uttered n
cry of discontented astonishment,
but 8ho had another surprise in store
for her. Tho lieutenant of tho guai d
went in to apprise Marshal Bazaine
of the royal visit, expecting to find
him ready for it Tho marshal was,
however, having his 40 winks, and
although violently shaken by tho
officer still snored on heavily.
Eventually M. Eymard, being ut
terly unable to arouse tho sleeper,
had to inform Queen Isabella of the
semicomatose condition of the mar
shal. Tho queen, evidently annoyed,
returned with her children to her
carriage and departed. Almost im
mediately afterward Mmo. Bazaine
entered. Tho officer told her about
tho fatal siesta. Sho did not express
astonishment, but anger, and rush
ing to where her husband was up
braided him as he awoke in the most
withering terms. Sho told him that
his soporiforous habits wore deplora
ble and detestable, and that in order
to mask them people had to bo al
lowed to say unchecked that he
Mine. Bazaino thus scolded her
husband for several moments within
tho hearing of tho lieutenant, who
went away wondering if tho mar
shal's extraordinary habit of sudden
ly falling asleep had not contributed
to bring about greater disasters than
the disappointment of her most Cathi
olio majesty and tho anger of Mmoj
Bazaine. Paris Cor. London Tele
My Lord Buys a Cell,
Among tho distinguished arrivals
at tho Burnet House was a titled
Englishman, Lord William Brooks,
With Lady Brooks and valet and
maid accompaniment tho Briton wae
"doing Hamerica" in great etyle.
Ho is reputed to bo very wealthy and
eccentric and on his way from
Washington, where ho spent some
time, came via tho O. and O. line.
While en route tho bell on tho locq
motive that drew his train attracted
his attention, owing to tho peculiar
sweetness of its tone, and when the
train reached tho Central station hip
valet was commanded to go to the
engineer and ascertain tho price of
tho boll and buy it Of course the
engineer had no voice in the matter
and so informed tho lackey, who re
ported to his lordship. Determined
to havo tho bell, tho eccentric lord
visited tho C. and O. officials, and
after quite a lot of dickering the
railway mon put a good price on the
bell and sold it Tho coveted piece
of brass was securely packed and
sent to his lordship's English ad
dress. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Believe In Old Pih toned Famlllea.
A South Portland mothor, whose
oldest daughter is about to marry,
told her tho other day that she might
select from a lot of furniture stored
in tho garret such articles as sho de
sirod for housekeeping. The family
crodlo was fou&l among other things
and set aside in accordance with the
above permission. They believe in
old fashioned families on tho Capo,
and tho saying is that no place, ao
cording to its size, in this part of the
world has so many children always
excentintr Lewfston's "Little Can
ado." Lowiston JournaL
Cooking on Ostrich's Egg.
The ostrich is n generous layer.
Sixty eggs will be found in and
around a single nest One of these
eggs is equal to 24 hen's eggs. The
Hottentots and Baehmen cook an os
trich egg by putting one end in a hot
fire. Through an opening in the
other they Stir the contents, putting
in saltand pepppr. piaking a very pal
atable omelet Detroit Free Press.
Parts Monster TeUsoop Vor 1840.
Paris has practically decided that
tho big thing with which sho will
amuso tho world attlio exhibition of
1000 will bo tho greateot-of all tele'
scopes. It will cost at least 1500,000,
and it is expected to bring fhe moos
near enough to see objects no larger
than tho steeple' of an ordinary
A Practical Mruu
Foreign Tourist Yes, 1 have just
come from Niagara falls You have
been tbero frequently, I presume I
American No, but ivo seen a
draft of the tunnels for utilizing tho
water power. Magnificent Bchem
M't itf-yrr York WjMW;r,
JfflYEljnCKG a$J?IEAL jptIRW4Ji, THURSDAY, JTJLYl27,a183.
Bs&? ef WidtjV 0elVM
tlcm JBind and Ori
Dr. XUett Xcdlcal Cv Elkhart, IjU
Yoa will remember the condition I vras In flro
years ago, when 1 was afflicted with a combine
hon of dliesM, and thought there was no help
rod hc 1 tried all kinds of medlclnca,&nd scores
ofeounentphTilclans. Jlynerves were prostrated,
prodndng dlulneta, heart trouble and all the Ills
that make Ufa miserable. I commenced to tat
DRr MILES' NERVINE
and In three months was rtnrtcTLY cvacc.
In my travels each year, when I see the thoutubaa
of physical wrecks, suffering from nervous pro
. . gm traUon, taking prescriptions from
U C local physicians who have no knowt
s a "" edge of their case, and whose death
Is certain, I feel ilka going to them aad.Baylng,
oct dr. Miles Nchvinc and nc cunto." In
my profession, . . . wheroi tbero
oresomanysuCprj fftrers from
Gcnvork,men " "-, tal prostra
tion atid nervous exhaustion, brought on. byitba
character of the business engaged In, I wpu)d
w a sure euro for all saffsil&g from these cause
Ja-bs R. Waits.
SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS. 50 DOSES 25 CTS,
by D. J. Fry, druggist, Balein
Doctor prescribed : CostorI
Prices Current by Telognph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, July JT, 4 p m. Offloj
Daily Capital Journal. Q-ftrt
tiotifl for day and up to hour of going, to
press were as follewn:
HAtit-M PRODUCE MAltKET.
Pens 8 cents a gallon.
Raspberries red and black 4 to S.cts.
Cherrlts 6 to ,8 eta a lb. Continue
Veals dressed 4i cK
Hogs dressed OJ to 0.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Sbeep alive 1.50 to J.2.00.
Spriog lambs f1.50 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flou)
in wholesale lota $3,20. Betail $3.00
Brap $17 bulk, $18 sucked. Shorts $lp
and $20. Chop feed $10 and $20.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oafs 40 tp 45 cents.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild In bulk, $0 to $8.
Barley No demand except for feed.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Hnlftll sale, 15 to 17o.
Ekrb Cash, 18 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacoo- 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, IU.
Potatoes new, 60o.
Onions 1 to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 20e. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS,
Green, 2 cts; drv, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10tq)2J;
(incus, izj; turueys, Blow sale, cnoice.
10 cts; geese slow.
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Standard, $3;40; Walla Walla,
(3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.50
Oats Vhlte,45o per bushel, grey, 42c;
rolled, in bags, $0.250.50; barrels,
.&00.75; cases. $3 76.
Hay Best, $1617 per tonjeommon,
Wool vallev, 10 to 12o.
MlllstutTs Bran, $17.00; shorts, $21;
ground barley, $2624; chop reed, $)8
per tonj whole feed, barley, 8085 pjer
cental; middling, $2328 per ten: brew
ing barley, 00(S)05o per cental: chicken
wheat $1 221.24 per cental.
Hops 10 to J7jc.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery,22j
25c; fanoy dairy, 17J20o; fair to good,'
1616c; common, 12Jo perpoundCaJI
forula, 8544c per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twlus, 16o ; Young American, 10c pw
per pound; California flats, 14c.
V.vvn Oreeob. 18o ner dozen.
Poultry Cblckens,old,$5.00; broilers,
arge, VWI&J.w, uuckb, oiu, ti.ama)
i.oo; young, tz.DVg.w, gvtoc, fom,
urkey?, live, I2jc; dressed, I6c, per rb,
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET,
Wools Oregon Eistern choice, 12
l5o; do inferior, 0llc; do valley, I4
Hope 1018Jc. , .
PUtoeB-New E-irly Rose, 60c80;
50c 00 per cental,
oanka, $ 001 00 per cental.
Onions 7685o per cental for red.
snd $1.001.20 for sllversklns.
Cor good quality aud 8Jo for choice;
irewlng, 00l."0 per cental.
0-MIinug, 11.45 1.62; fancy feed
n.451.62: good Vciioloe,fJ.f.45;
tomraoa to fair, tl 10(311.45: krnry 11.80
M4: blMk, fl.rlMreMii
Iitomeii ToiTiiurTrltjrUp. I
Tliero lins booiiooafiidojcrtblo discus '
don in tho scientific papers about tho
curious habit of tho "horned toads"
found in Arizona anUM6xico of spurt
ing blood from tlrefroyes when dis
turbed. Many witnesses agrco In the
I assertion that tho littlo animals really
possess his power.- According to one
i-1... ii l1i.X,l ..!. ll..l.l ..
UUSC1 VUf, IUU UI'AAI, Ul U1U 11IUIU IV
somblinrr blood, romos from littlo or
ifice i justtibovo nrd'behiiidthooyca,
ttttl it uppc-rM la hava a stupefying
tiTort upon tho uuimal covered with
Tho homed toad i a strange look
ing creattnv, andiu rortaua ways itt
appearanco rcoalla ono of the mosj
remarkable monsters that in ryiM
geological nKea, lived in the yesV)r4
part of America tho triceratppq oi
This gigantia animal, whpsoname
means "threo horned face," had its
skull inclosed in a bony holmpt, on
tho upper part of which, over the
noso, woro threo stout horns. The
head of ono of theso monsters is no
less than 8 feet long.
When n horned toad is laid upon
tho head bf tho triceratops, tho' re
feemblanco is quito Btnking, as if this
littlo modern inhabitant 6f some' of
jtho sandy plains of tho west were a
miniature reproduction, with varia
tions, of the wonderful beast that
roamed tliero, in ancient times.
No Rftjard For Etiquette.
Haying been lavishly entertained
in Now York, Lord do Void endeav
ored to ehqw his Ainprican friends
some attention when they visited
Scotland. Thoro was an old castle at
hand, and thither tho host conducted
tho party. They were btanding on
tho walls of tho ruins looking down
ward into tho moat.
"I was Bhowing this place to a
countryman of yours last year, "said
his lordship, "when thepoor follow
was taken with dizziness and fell.
His legs werebroken, and ho was al
together a wreck." A series of sighs
camo from tho ladies. There was quo
girl in particular whoso Rweqt faco
took on a look of sorrow. This
touched thoihost, and hompved to.
"Thinking of that poor chap!" ho i
"Yes'sho answered slowly. "Itl
was so Amorioanl"
His lordship looked puzzled, won-i
dering whethor-it was a national cus-.
torn to fall' from ruined'walls intoj
dry moats, "but ho only queried,)
"Yes," answered tho sweet Aniori
can'indignantlyi "soma of my cqun
trymon havo no mannersi Tho idea;
of doing a thing like that in yourj
company before your lordship had
taken precedence I" Harper's Week-1
Terror of the A wfo.1 Pause.
Wo usually talk about tho weather;
when there isn't anything else to talkj
about This fact may tend to rob,
the Bubjectof its importance, yet it
should not. In fact, it ought to bo
greatly in its fayor, as it is ever
teady and efficient in breaking thq
"awful pause.'' Have you evor been."
ovortakon by tho awful pause? For
tunate, indeed, if yon havo not and.
entitled to heartiest! sympathy if yon
(tyjiyo. It Js truly awful, especially if
courtesy demands that yqu should,
break it It settles upon tho best
regulated companies liko a night
maro and seems to paralyze thq
tonguo and put thought to flight
No one can think of anything to eay
or fears to attempt to say it Then
if t)vor, a fool iawolcomo because he
doesn't think before he spoak8.-Pittflr
burg Commercial Gazette.
. i r--Baths
Ppr Tired Feet,
A warm bath-Jfor tho -feet with an
ounco of sea salt is almost as restful,
as a nap. Paddjo in tho water until
it cools, dry with a rough towol, put
on fresh stockings, havo a change of
shoes and tho woman who was
"ready to drop" will havo a very
good understanding in 10 minutes.
The quickest relief from fatigue is tp
plungo tho feet in Ice cold Water and
keep immersed until thoro is a sen
sation of warmth. Another tonic for
tho solo is n handful of alcohol. This
is a sure way to dry tlio feet after
being out in tho storm. Spirit baths
are used by professional dancers,
acrobats and pedestrians to keop the
feet in condition. New York Worli
Broke Up the Msetlng.
Whilo Mka Minnie Moroheod was
on a train on lf i v,uy to Greensboro,
N. C, with 1 i jturrot two elderly
ladies belonging to the Salvation
Army began to sing as a preparation
for a revival meeting. After they
had finished the first hymn and were
preparing to preaeh a sermon Polly
thought there was something wronz
and began to yell at the top of his
veice: "Go ahead I Uo ahead I That's
all right I" which broke up tho meet'
Ing in that car. Exchange.
Be Cave His Address.
An Englishman, a temperance lec
turer, was invited to speak on total
abstinence. Being nobody in partic
ular, ho was placed last on the list of
speakers. Tho chairman also intro
duced several speakers whose names)
were not on the list, and tbeaudie&c
were tired out, when he said, "Mr.
Bailey will now give us hist ldre. rt
"My address,' . saw Mr. BaUey, ris
ing, "is 06 Loughborough park, BriXt,
ton road, and I wish yoa all goo4
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ina'. tJocirit! Slotore ior all
imnoscs wlicro power Is re
quired. U .idi-iires can be wtivd forni noj 1'rI.Is
ivi liirrd and the cMumiiniif, io 't , iy
suoj i t;i. latin tiro ued. Thib In. nLUtirtd
179 Commercial St.
J. L. BENNETT & SIN.
T. W. TH0RNBURG,
llemodels, ro-covers and rejlrs
upholstered furulture. Firsts
class work. Cbemeketa stmt,
Htate Insurance blootc
PROFESSIONAL AND BUBINHBfl CARDS.
1-. U. D'AUOV. OKO.O.BIHOBAK.
E'AIlor 4 DINOIIAM, Attorneys at Law,
Jtonms 1, a and s, U'Arcy Uulldln. M
le street. Special attention glvea to busi
ness In the supreme and circuit courU of the
staM. 2 11
O l UUISK
Attnrntyat law. Patera. Use-
Ottlce 274 Commercial street.
KOltU, Attorney at law, Salem,
, Ultloe up stairs In fatten block.
, gon, oftlce over Hush's bank.
Attorneri ut law. Offlre o
atlonu! bank, Halem, Oregon,
JOHN A. OAK-ON, Attorney at law.rooaj
X and A, Uuili bank budding, Hli,Or
II f. ItONHAM. W.H.HOLMKH.
BON HAM A HOl.MICH, Attorneys at law.
onioelnllush block, betwee State ana
ourt, on Commercial street.
K. I'OCUK, Htenngrapher and Tjp.
, writes! liBt equipped tyiewrltlaf of-
ue but one in Uieson. Uver sluata's bH.
TELLA HHKUMAN.-.TvPBwrltltr and
J commercial steuocraphy, room 11, Oray
look. lrsUlas work. Hates ramonsbl.
Dlt A. UAVId, Lata l'nst OrsAluate at Mew
York, give specUl at'eattoa to Vbe dla
ease of vromta uut c tlSrsa, nose, throat,
lungs, kidneys, ski a eMaesuw aa snrry,
OSSca at residence, lof State street. Consn'ta.
tlouftomtoiaa.u-i.an(12to5p. m. 7-1-eaa.
OBace niootmnercial street,ln Kldrldga block.
Krsldenee 47o UotBweteW street.
C. liUOWNK, M. X.. VhysirhMS aad fwr
. gHin. iMr, Murftay Ma.ki nssitesMw,
I. nnmrclM street.
rlt.T O KMITIf, IH-utirt. IM atotaatraM
J Balem, Orwou. Mata-ed sMStolMta,
tloas of every drscrlpttoa, a'alalssw IDQ ,
t D.l'Uail. Architect.
VV . Uods and sufMHiatsi4sM
elands of building.
oittee m am
treet, up stairs.
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