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iCJfiJJfllNG OJLiFlTJSOU (JOtfJ3Sr, WEDNIESDAT, O0TOBJ2R '85, 183.
JsTr. 3fary C. Cryderwum
' I had rheumatism 10 severely that I was
ohlleod to mo a cane. I was tired of life and
was a burden to those about me. I often
suffered from dizziness, worried much, and
was subject to nerrous spells. Hood's 8ar-
laparula made me feel like a different
pcrsen. I owe my present good health to
Hood's." Hits. Mast a Cbtdekhan, La
Fontaine, Kansas. Be sure to get Hood's.
' Hood's Pills cure all ilTer;Ms, bJUous
uss.1. jaundice, ilndlgestlon. ilck headache.
Au Init anon 'or a Wedding.
rho othtrf day some one Bent a question
to a newspaper ,.asking.whether it would
not be a pleasing innovation to have a
"musical wedding" i. o., to have some
musician of note give a half hour recital
before the main business of the day was
transacted. The "Answers to Correspond
ents" promptly sat upon the idea, but
fuilod to hold it up to the ridicule it de
eorved. If therois not enough human
interest left iu a wedding to keep em
ployed the mind and emotions of a pre
sumably friendly audience, what is going
to'becomo of us?
Is the funeral ultimately to be enliv
ened by the popular lecture, bo that peo
ple, may be induced to attend it? Tho
trouble is vre get bo frightened when we
think of being bored ourselves or of bor
ing other people that wo lose our heads.
It would bo interesting to find out at just
what stage of civilization people include
among their divine rights that of being
amused. Kate Field's Washington.
TVhero Girls Do the Treating.
Not long since Mrs. Grant was buying"
the confectionery for a dinner at West
Point. While sho was in the shop some
young girls accompanied by cadets cam
Jn and bought some candy, the girls pay
ing for.it, as cadetsare-never expected
to have money. Mrs. Grant smiled on
them and said, "I am buying candy for
the old generals, and the pretty girls ar
buying it for you" Exchange.
Amos Gutumings nnd John Russell
Younjr, Hlco Horace Greeley, began nows,
paper work at the printer's case.
Professor Koch has married the young
ictress, Miss Friedberg, on whose behalf
r.e recently obtained a divorde from his
George William Childs left school at
10, was an errand boy in a store in
youth, served in the navy a few months
and began business in a little shop.
The family of Congressman Sayers of
Texas settled in Virginia 150 years ago.
A farm in Pulaski county, Va., has been
in possession of the Sayers family for
Richard L. Wootton, who died at Trin
idad, Colo., recently, bore the reputation
of being one of the few surviving old
time frontiersmen. He was a comrade
10 ii.li- uarsuu;
Johri Hanson Craig weighs 007 pounds
and is 81 years old. Ho look a $1,000
premium atBarnum's baby show in New
York in 1858. Ho lives in Danville, Ind.
Mrs. Craig weighs 180 pounds.
Mr.:Balfour,who'will, it is thought,
bo premier of England some day, is also
thought to be tho most interesting bache
lor in England. He is 45 years old, and
an unmarried Bister presides over his
Whenever Queen Victoria's little
grandchildren lunch with her their rolls
are made in the Bhane of manikins. The
bread which htr majesty eats is all
inade by a Polish refugee, who was a
protege of the prince-consort.
When Dr. W. Soward Webb's new
home in the Adirondacks is completed, it
will have cost $1,500,000 and will prob
ably be the finest private residence in
America. The house, which is to be of
granite, will contain 170 rooms.
Cornelius Ryan of Waltham, Mass.,
found in a railroad station four years
ago a wallet, which he returned to the
owner, whoso name and address wero
among the papers it contained, and re
cently found himself named for $2,000 in
the man's will.
Lord Willoughby de Broko i3 master
of the Warwickshire foxhounds. His
lordship's name does not represent his
financial standing. On the contrary, he
is very wealthy and owns town and coun
try houses innumerable, besides being a
member of all tho fashionable clubs.
IIoiT He Would ru It.
The father of tho family was aotinr
temporarily ,nd tinespsctet'ly us -host t(
tho young man who was waiting foi
Miss Gertrude to como down.
"I see tho tariff tineetkm is likely t
como up in congress this session iu spit
of everything," paid tho elder partj
with a rrni-jwortliy effort to put th,
young man ut his ease.
"And there's likely to, bo eomo tronblu
whon they cemo to te.i and coffee"
"Yes, sir "
"As to sugars," pursued the father of
tho family, warming to his subjqct, "1
Bin not so sure. In tho case of refined
sugar, of course, it is not 60 hard to set
what ought to bo done. Tho troubli
will como when they take up raw sugars
What is your idea. Mr. Spoonamoro,. at
to raw sugars?" ,
"I I thitikrthoy ought to b oooked.B
venturedk the Jyoung man.: Chicago
The "Only" Lemonade.
Almost every housewife thinks she
mows how to mako lemonade, but only
hose who uso this rule are right in their
relief: To every quait of water use 8
emons and tho nnd of 1, taking ciro to
icel tho rind very thin, using nothing
mt the yellow outtddo. Cut this iuto
Aeces and nut with the juico nnd pow
ered ougar in a jug with a cover, using
1. 1 .. t. Til
i ouncei oi puHi" w ra nu""' ""
he' water as for tea. then pour it over
hoilemnn ami sugar. Cover, lot it cool,
.idd ice and serve. St. Louis Renublic.
ODDS AND ENDS.
A Touching Appeal.
? l?2MTfimTw &p
Turkey's Formidable Guns.
In 1478 Mohammed II, in forming
the siege of Scutari in Albania, em
ployed 14 heavy bombards, the light-PR-,
nf -which threw a stone shot of
S70 pounds weight, two sent shots of
500 pounds, one of 750 pounds, two
of 850 pound-3, one of 1,200 pounds,
five of 1,000 and one of tho enormous
weight of 1,640 pounds, enormous
even in these days, for the only guns
whoso shots oxceedthe heaviest of
these are our fiO ton guns, throwing
a 1,700 pound projectile, our 100 ton,
throwing one or a.uuu pounas, uuu
the 110 ton, throwing an 1,800 pound
shot with a high velocity.
The stone shot of Mohammed's
gunB varied between 20 -and 82 inches
in diameter, auouLineiieiguiui. "tun
ing table; 2,684 of them fired on this
occasion weighing, according to a
calculation of General Lef roy's, about
1 000 tons and were cut out of tho
solid rock on the spot. Assuming 24
nnVit. A the average diameter of
ha nVinf. fired at tho siege, the total-
orrni nf tho surface dressed was near
ly 32,000 square feet. At this siege
the weight of the powder fired is es
timated by .General Lefroy to have
vJoKrVrnna. At the siege of Raodes
in 1480 Mohammed caused JO; basilisks
Little Mabel (to druggist) Pleaeo, 6ir,
have you dot nnyfin dat'a good for havin,
swollored 5 cents? Harper's Bazar.
It was once a happy homo, but now
the signs of wealth were everywhere.
The tall, pale lady looked gloomily
from the window and sighed.
Suddenly she turned, and an angry
flush mantled her brow.
"You literally bought mo from my
parents," she bitterly exclaimed.
Her voico was harsh, and she shud
dered as she spoke.
The lace of the man by tho fireplace
"Why," he demanded fiercely, "do you
persist in twitting mo of my unfortunate
Her heart knew no pity, and flhe only
sneered. Detroit Tribune.
German broadcloth and faced cloth in
dark jacqueminot red or the favorite
silver blue shades aro noted among tho
elegant dress wraps.
Heavy corded cream whito bengaline
forms a handsome wrap in cape stylo,
with lining of pink twilled surah and
trimmings of white feather bands.
Autumn cloakings are imported in
colors of petunia, silver blue, peacock
blue, Russian gre,en, many beautiful
shades in brown, friars' gray and ma
genta. A marked feature of next season's
fashions will be the wearing of dark
gowns with York coats of three-quarter
capes of velvet in rich colors, these or
nate and brilliant in decoration.
Soft, rich tartans of all wool, finished
with a corded fiilk blouse waist, com
pleted by bretellos, sleevo puffs and col
lar of velvet, are among the pretty
dresses designed for misses' best wear
Finely twilled glace surahs giving the
effect of eatin come in a variety of pret
ty plaids in cashmere colorings in. nacro
i i 1- .11m onH Itin fill
tints, in pin aota, bihi - ---prevalentombres.changmglikethebeau-
tiful autumn foliage.
A handsomo expression of the ulster
idea, made up on the other Bide, is of
rough finished Diacn c"u. " r-
.T ... ! lV. onrl Hnfwl With
:dgedwitnpereuir-r: -;-n t
The Drummer's AdTloe.
First Passonger (on railroad) Travel
ing man, eh? Familiar with 'Boom City,
Drummer Yessirree. Take it in on
"Glad to hear it. I have never been
thero. What hotel would you advise m,e
to stop at?"
"Tho Boomton house."
"Do you always go there?"
"No, I have never stopped at mat
hotel. But I've been to all the rest"
Now York Weekly.
A Question of nates.
Clergyman (to hotel clerk) What do
you charge a day?
Clerk Threo dollars.
Clergyman You have rates for clergy
men of course.
Clerk Oh, yes, sir.
Clergyman How much are they?
Clerk Three dollars. Boston Courier.)
or double cfxmmtoKVw.rTfc broad rolling collar
,-.. Hiwitiff nnns ziuo louu i" -,
1 ni..lini -Tnnrnnl
ametor. Chambers' Journal.
A, Surprised Informant.
What woman has not buffered bo-
. tvio wnii meant. uuurmu""
also of the glossy black fur,
Felt hats with double ed totou"
the rage. A soft, velvety black felt with
1 whlfe facing is one of the very popular
tvles or one or cream www "
Sffih, m fete ?, "rilf. ;
to her hat, her hair, ner sowub
or w Hldrt braid? How often, when
Valkvrle wings.-New York Post.
. . ,. ji ,1 SnHnirlpr hafl
- - - - I-Ilr I11UIMIM1I 1UU UUW-
told her for tho twelfth time in ono Ticket ton have been taken off
morning that some aDsomiey "- the Big Four passenger -.
mendablo break has occurred in her Anderson of Nevada, Mo., is a
costumO,,has stifled berataral He has. been postal clerk for 2
rage and mumured, "Thank you! and baa wv eX,.htiy
There was a woman on Broadway .here any one was hurt, even sli Wly.
tho other morning' who had grown . Tho We8t Virginia Contra
SSsVof this and who had revolted. I roa( , makig an addiuon to its
In tho task place, some man of heavy ho8 at Elkin,W. y'Tbmd
footed unseeing eye M yWfflrS wUlS mSd
upon her skirt and raped ; i from Ita ln8.molc
band bo that it trouea uuu ..--- '?mt of the New
upon her skirt and ripped
tn,i an rbnt it trailed ant
Anything but a fashionable, manner. The freight department c
Sttpping liad further worn up- York, Lake Erie and" Western J
on her nnd she was very : reorganized, .- -.- nuida
deed. Finally, as she stood in front oeoorJPtotoofMlbtant
of a stationer's window, a man was the abom ,
tapped up and aald'ta the cneeriu p- "adebyU.eNc-thCar.
tones of peron. who loves to com. A nbi-jw
SriSg woman t -" " &1u "?&
tones of conconrra)u.iu. oruinHry mum - r-: b roachin
"Will you please mind your own looge any part o the m
pusinesflf'-NowYorvorxu. , goes yrion w -
T. York Central is building.
N6Jf very .nperior pauenfr
tracn. " - ,na uroad wuj
e"yZ?l,!TW be 70 ftet In
Deacon Humsted I traded that old
hoss I liad last year off with Bquiro
Mr. Murray Hill Did tho squire
know the horso was blind?
Deacon Hnmsted Cartainly; arter,
he'd had him awhile, Brooklyn LJf e.
A War Around It,
An old woman who had Tecejved a
check went with groat glee to a bank to
draw tho money.
"This check is crossed. We can't pay
it over tho counter1, 'my goodwoinn."
"All right, sin I'll come round, then,"
was tho immediate reply. Tit-Bits.
hn tpt trrii
Ha lam triad he was pleaeod.)
.. airw lizard it before?
She Yes, but ho said he had almost
forgotten it.-Detroit Free Press.
No Time t A Loe.
Plankington Come out to dinner with
mo tonight, old man. We've got(A new
Von Blumer Don't believe I can to
night. Won't tomorrow do?
Plankingten-Oh, no. She leaye to
Little Philip (who has Just begun to
study natural blstoryh-Popa, which do
- i.ii, (. ncrn-for a tadpele to
think about tomorrow or for a frog to
remember yestardayJ-Harper'. Young
The state of Now York leads every
itatosavo California in the production
of grapes. About 40,000 acres in that
tMo aro. planted in grapes.
Ono thousand and fifty-six lives were
saved by lifeboatmen on the coastB of
Great Britain"' during last year and with
out tho loss of ono lifeboatman.
A monster lock, to bo built on tho
Calbert Shoals canal, at Birmingham,
Ala., will be when comploted, it is
claimed, thetlargcst in the country.
In Bengal, India, there aro threo har
vests roftped"ovory year peas and oil
eeeda in April, tho early rico crop in Sop
tember and tho great rico crop in De
cember. The old Longfellow homestead.the first
ouilding erected in Portland, Mo., has
boen givon to tho Maino Historical soci
ty by Mrs. Anna L. Pierce, a sister of
Tho full bl&odod South African ne
gro is remarkable for his extraordinary
ength of arm, tue Ayinara Indian or
'era for tho surprising ahortnes of the
V Qneer flare Fur a Meet.
Four years ago a pair of robins
milt their home on tho top of the
arm boll of W H. Weomer in Don
gal townsliip, and notwithstanding
hat tho bell was in daily use, thoy
emained .ind raiBixl their family.
During tho ringing of the bell the
"emalo would remain ou tho nest,
twinging to and fro apparently as
mconcorned as though sho were
.latching in some Eecluded spot
rVhethor it was the swiriging that
jleasod tho robins or whethor it was
ho instinct itnplauted in tho breast
I vory migratory bird to return
ach year to tho 6amo nesting plaa'
must rornain a mystery, but it is a
,'act that every year sinco tho sui
iiosed same robins have returned and
built th"ir nest on tho same old bolL
A point which soon attracts the at
tention of travolors in Swedon is tho
punctilious honc-ity and Uuthfulnesa
of tho inhabitants. This is best seen
in tho many little incidents of daily
lifo. When asking for places at a
theater, for instance, tho tickot clerk
never fails tti inform tho applicant if
owing to tho crowded statu of tho
houso a better position would bo se
cured with a cheaper tickot than the
ono asked for. Again, when parcels
are talcon out by bteamers from Stock
holm to country places in tho neigh
borhood, they aro just thrown out on
to tho quay, wuoro they trequontiy
remain half tho day without being
It never seems to occur to any ono
that thoy could possibly bo taken by
anybody but their rightful owners.
On a canal trip of any length a little
book lies in tho Baloon of too steam
ur in which each passenger keeps his
own account of tho number of meala,
cafes, cognacs, etc., ho may take din
ing tho journoy Temple Bar.
I? H S
What le tho condition of yours? Is your hair dry, "
harali, brittle? Does It apllt at the ends? Has it a K
lifeless appearance? Docs it fall out when combed or S
brushed? Is it full of dandruff ? Does vour scalp tcK?
Is it dry or In a 'heated condition? If these aro somo or
y our sy roptomsbe warned in tlmo or you will become bald. 5
SkookumRoot Hair Grower ;
1 whatyou need. TU ptodnetlon Is not an aoeldent. Dot the reran ori Wjntino
Q V4 tPn USOV . W" w . y -'- -..w -v . -
-BtOOiuni CDQWOi DOiavr luinaniinuruii,.
rcfeartn. Kuowledt ct the dlMausoi ne nairana ioaii
not a Dye, but a dellghtfull
lellihtfully eoollQS and retrethlni Tqatc. l)y itlmuUUiiB
the folUolei, ttopt )UJ(nd hair, cwf aandtvff ana groin nafreneaja
iW elMi. heatthy. and free from Irritating eropUont, t7
fityin Soapj l decttoya jxmuitto mw, rtto frU w '
the cue Af flJtaofcttm 1
If vOTrdrutirUt'cMtnotrapptyyousend dlreet to nj, and w will forward ,
prtipall. on f?cViot otitic. Orowar,aij90pMbotHolorau.. 8pP,Bap. ,
iwr jurj qiui 9m
THB SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., 3
a7)Houth Finn Areaae, new xa, n. i. u
On Mclcv System.
TO CONSUMERS :
TheHalem I.Iclit nnd Power Comrukar at
crext eipcnae liuve pqnlpped their Klrctrio
Light plant with the in M modern nprnrntUB
andaienowahle to oiler tho rablloa better
light than nny Bytem una at a rate lower
thau any city on the csast.
Arc nnd Incandescent Lights
lug. Electric Metors lor all
purposes Mliorc nowcr is re
Ttol.tanrvui mn hn tvlrad ttlT KM miUT l!shl
as dmlrod and tho consnraem puy tor ot ly
such lights mr aro uled. This belne rrglateied
Dy aajuecirio easier, umco
179 Commercial St.
T. J. KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 90th and Chemeketa Street.
Best meat and free delivery.
136 State Street
. e. MjmraY.
Only Q cents a day delivered at
I1IINT, the North Sa3m Bfeher,
f. O. BIooU.
Byi he h- not oM oat bnt
Dimply movtd his thnp to the
old staid, at Liberty street
Steam food Saw
Leavot orders at Balem Im
provement Co., 03 8tate street.
The Ilesult of a Threat.
Whon John L. Sullivan was btiro
recently, ho succeeded in tliorouglily
frightening tho property mun utHav
Un'a by telling him that if ho didn't
got a new valise to bo used in bis phty
bo would throw the "teator blokio"'
and tho old gripsack put into tho au
dfonco on tho following night, 'ilio
noxt night tho stage was covered
with all sizoa and shapes of travoling
bags for the big ud to select a stilt
ablo ono from. Cincinnati iJnquirpr.
Illbbons and Their Uses,
Apart from tho enormous use of rib
bon in niillinory of this Beiwon, this fas
cinating kind of gamituro is also im
mensely displayed on dresses' of nll
kinds, whothor for tho street or houso,
daytimo or o veiling, morning robo.or
Tho names bestowed upon tho ribbon
bows which gayly docornto tho fashipu
able gowus aro aa fanciful as tho shajwfc
of theso bows themselves.
Among them thoro aro ' 'donlcoy'a ears,''
"windmills," "butterflies," "sntyr'n
liorns," "choux or cabbago bows," tor
s ides or twist i, rosettis, "loop clusters"
and triplo mid quiidruplo as well as sin
nlo "streamers." Then tlioro aro "ra-
vou'H wiiiK or nlnck siitm nuuon ror jno
decoration of bright pink, scurlot and
liglit grten growiis, and "bat'n wings"
of bluck guuze ribbon for tlit purpose ol
artistic contrnst with bright oraiiKO and
vivid yollow. Tlio eirects produced are
very striking and greatly heighten tho
oppearanco of tho labrit-s worn. Do-
Una the best facilities tor movlnc and rals
Ins; houses. tave orders at Uray Bros.) or
address Balem, Oregon.
From Teratoid or Interior Points the
thought father wonla aputover
you tola last nignt. up biu
tefnl to vou for tellibsik.
CrltlcUIng a neproductlon.
Sensiblo pcoplo sometimes mako
very odd mistakes which a littlo re
flection would have enabled them to
avoid, wbilo pcoplo who aro not
sensible take yory startling viows of
things generally. At the centennial
exhibition two country girls stood
before a copy of tho Flemish artist
Paul Potter's great masterpieco, and
ono of them read from her catalogue
"Tho Young Bull, After Potter."
"Yes," Baw tho other, "thero's tho
bull, tot whoro'a Pottcrl"
"Don't you boo him," asked her
companion, pointing to tho figure of
tho herdsman, "behind tho treef"
rTnrpor'B Young Pooplo.
M-lnlury to the
most delicate skin. HI
... ' . I .. Mil
lue socrei -iirujui.ii
fly years the soerei wmunni
Wllfn( acknowledged by physl
the hivhesL authority and tb(
kKmnai Amlnnnt rtfrtitatAlna lit and hUlrSDO
nclaiuiiuat ever uvea, jjunnijuw y'"i
pracvlot oi aiiie-uino iiuiuuk iui """!!' 5
. Is the line to take
To all Points M and Souiii,
TtUthniUnlnir ear route. It runs throuiib
vestibule trains; every; day tn the yeario
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No ohango of oars.)
Oompesed or dining cam unsurpassed,
lMlUaan dra wins room sleepers .
Jlest that can be oonstruoted, nnd In which
acoommodnllns are both tree and tur
ulshed ror holders or first and second-class
ELEQAUT DAY COAOUE8.
A.oontlnnotl line oonnestlng with all
lines, attordlnc direct and uninterrupted,
rullman slirpo'wwe'Vftt Ion scan bese.
oured tnadvinco rot.b any aeen.t of
tho road. . . ,
Through tickets to and from all points
In America, Ungland and Kurope can be
purchased, at any Uoketoflloeof this com.
Pny. . j . ..
Full Informatlon'concernlnK rates, time
on ?pllcatlon to any aen! or
A, D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General 1'nsseauer Agout. Mo,
121 First street, oor, Washington; Port-
Shaw & Downing, Agents.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
SHORT LSNEito CALIFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
a B. WILL.AMBITB VAIiLXY.
LeaTts Pan Francisco, Oct. 7th, J71U and 2T)h.
eAvea Yaqulna,Oot.M,12tb,K andNovJIth
It ATE8 ALWAYS-BAl 1SFACTORY.
For freight nnd patsenger rates apply to any
neent or purser of this company.
It K. ULUAUY.Gen'l Sapt.
O.T. WAJMM.AW T Vf& P A.
O.M. l'OWEllSJ Agent,- Satem Deck.
(Northern Pacific R. R, Co.i LsstM.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Pally,
I . Minn n
1 .. Uuluth.. rt
a.. hlCK' 1
Tickets sold and baggage checked tbrouf h
to all points In the United mates nnd Canada,
Uloe connection made In UhlcoKu "wlUi all
trains going Kat and houtli.
Korlulllnfomiatlon apply to your nearest
ticket agent or JAM, UriJDt
(Jnu, I'rtss. and Tlit, Airt.. Chlcatto. 1
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE'l
'J.uirt aristocracy of tiropo he prescribed
rlibls recipe. l'rJce, II by m-jU,
Agents for America. Address
THE SKOOKUM ROOT II MR GROWER l'0,
ii.nt. w. ki Mouth KWth Avenue.New Yorkl
sf fjrvnooonnnrvno fw iiw rwwwKVj
PROFBlSIONAIi AND UUSlNEBS CARDS.
v. n. n'ABCY. ora. a.vtnaUAit.
TV'AKOY A mNGHAM. Attorney" Law.
L) Iioms 1, 3 and 8, P'Arcy liuildiog. HI
atostree" Special attention given to lusl.
nesa In the supreme and circuit courU of the
IUU. a "
FORD, Attorney at law, Balem,
, orrici upsUIrs In Fattap block
Hi. JHaOKIt,Attotney atlawatem.Ore
, gon. Offlce oyer Hush's bank
T J.flHAW.M. W.IIUNT. HUAWA HUNT
1 . Attorneys at law. uraro o vfi
National bank, Balem, Oregon.
Newport, - Oregon.
Treated outlio Reach. two mllciuimlli
Of Newport on Cave Covn,a lioauttfully
ahnttprcii snot. woDdorful l-ceniTV. eo
bathlntr. tlno drlvea toCupe Foulwrath
er llKlittiouite. House no w rooms Inrgu
and airy. Finest resort for farnlla or
Invalid. Open all winter, erms
moderate by day or week, intending
vlaltora can drop a poatal card to New
port nnd be met .by hack.
CAM0KIA KXI-uwa T"Atp-,nVH"'V
TWKBN 1'OKTlWnAJIDB. y.
(T.lfl ii. m'.
vtup. m. I
Above trains stop ut .all ststlonsTifii
Cortland to Albany Inclusive; niioni'iunifw
Hhedd, lUlioy, llarrlsburg, Junctloa Clr,
Irving, Kllno and all stations front Kowbnrg
to Ashland Inclusive,
K'W tn 011(1 MAll. n A II. v.
I'SFtland "Ar.l 4.W) p.
LY. I J.-tO p. I
IV, 7.-00 8,
TOUN A. OAHiON, Attorney tUtwma
J s and 1, UuU bank building, Halero.Or.
An Average Hoy.
Father-Little Johnny P be
hard at work out In the yard- What U
U MotS-I don't know, but U b. U
working hard it ! play.-Qo N
ThU hero is a funny heaa mino-
Mid old .Mr
Jason. "It My.
didn't they jlit Bay -women' and wve
their inkr'-IndianapoUa Journal.
Uk. Son. Uke Father.
Myaon."8aid JinWna tobtaboy. I
anderetand that yougo behind the
cenea at the burlesque.
-Nq. father-never I" Hed young jw
W.u. aorry." -id in,. with aJgU. dow. TJJ ngers,
year old today?
I feel abont 60
""rWbV. I didn't know thUwa.
yemr birthday, Minnies-Exchange.
i wniuinlaoas Itedy.
That dopendfl upon tho
liver. It tho Livor Ifl
inactive tho vrholo bys
tom is oat of order tho
breath ifl bad, digestion
poor, head dnll or aching,
energy and hopefulnesa
gone, tho Bpint ifl do
pre&sod, a heavy weight
exists after eating, with
ccneral despondency and
the blnea. Tho Liver i
the housekeeper of tho
health; and a harmlcsa,
einiPlo remedy that acta
like Naturo. docs not
constipate afterwards or
require constant lajunt,
does not interfero with
business or pleaBuro dur
ing its xim, xnakoi Sira
monB Liver Regulator a
II r ItOVllAM W.arIIOU4KH.
nONIIAM 4 HOI.MBM. Attorneys at law.
B omeetn Hush block, between Butaand
ourt,oo Oimmerclal streeu
.J collreilons uad n.d promptly rernltied.
Uuipby blocic, cor Mate and Coramerel.l
4ircoW,rtalem, Oregon. ""
WaKNIOIITON-Archltect and "Perln
tendenu Office, rooms J ana 5 Mush.
DlHlag Cam oh Ogd3H. Keute;
POLLMAN BUFFET SLBBfEHS .
Socond Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains,
MSiilo Division. Beiwcei M
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
7jw a. uk I I'V,
ta:ioj p. m. i
PAILY- (arCKIT BUWBATfc
6.fcA p. mi,
At Albany and OorvallU connect ws
tralus wf Orwron laet tie iHallroad. I
tilt one In
r'w".,'"- 7., ""...
uregoo. ui - -,
D ii a da VI 4 Late t'tOradualor Mew
-so?woiuVn and ehlTdren. nose. Ihroat,
T7,Wa kldoers, skin diseases ana urgr,
i mSatrldo,JoHUU street. ConsuMa
Hi!ir,fmr7io ilm. m and 3 in i y . 7-nn
O. LJtOWNK, M O- rWSK"
reon, umv, ui-j . , . .
1 DAYS to
7rt n. in. I ,
THRf UOM TICKETS
To allpolnUlu the Kasttrn tH, Cmm
and Kurore ran be obtained at lowest nrt
Irom W. w. ukimnick.
JtP. HOUUliSi AMU O.K.
K. K(iK.tH.K-. Mabaaer
M . Af
111 '.'. .'..". .1... . .n.i ail mtji alrAt
O'VlleVo O .Vei: Kin hid deVut pp.m.
kin ol !' SVS italirlpiton Mx" opera
tions a se4aty j - '
W iiotts ari-I suioftntefixnce for all
Jli. .! wiK. Omw aw Oomtnerciaj
trot. n stairs,
.mvuiiw VtfTHItANS HainpterCarnpMo.
nr ' 1.7 J.""T -.VA..ii i; .d
,ud PU is. O. Ilavri, UapU
gw Quicker XoJmU aid K,
Through Pullman ind Touriit Slefper. Utt
Reclining Chair Cars, Dining Cars,
kor rate and gtneral tntorraatwn eul' t
W. L l!UKLUUIVr.,Afl, fl V A
w. l. douclm;
9t in tH Vrf
2.2sm ML J.7ft.
ruN tDOK NO. a A.O.U. W-
r MeSaln Ueir Ull In rtwte insurance
i ole Hre-dwi. Ur
.'..... .! mniUi Indri
Koftins -7, U aUCto. W
DBTEOnVR AND OOULEOnKQ BUREAO
BAL1CM, - - Or8n
1'rlvate work speoUHy1.
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epsi srJST Vaaa1" 'sWr'TSssJ
4I was going
V9 aazt time.'