Newspaper Page Text
, ..?..,-.. - r 'Viw 'V'y j'"!"?-
Sick Headache and relieve all the troubles Inci
dent to a bilious state of the system, such as
Dlalness, Nausea. Drowsiness. Distress after
etttlnsriPaln in the Sltle, &o. While their most
remarkable success has been shown In curing
Headache, yet Carter's Little Liter Pills
are equally valuable in Constipation, curing
and preventing tills annoying complaint, while
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulate the sewtls.
Even if they only cured
che they would be almost priceless te those
m mtfT.r. frrtm tM. Hl.tr..Jnv mahmI.1....
but fortunately their goodne! does not end"
here, and those who once try them will And
these little pills valuable In so many ways that
they will not be willing to do without them.
Hut after all sick bead
Is the bane of so many lives that here Is where
we make our (Treat boast. Our plUs cure it
while others do not.
Carter's Little Liter Pills are tbtt small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
e dose. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action
please al! who use them. In vials at SS cents;
live for $1 . Sold everywhere, or sent by mail.
CilTXS HED1CINI CO., Kiw Tctt
hd E fad Ik H Mt
Economize in Paper.
Cleau newspapers, tied in huudlea of
10Q, not cut, (or sale at this elHoo at
11 f teen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, lare sheets, twoceuta
a pound. Next door to the postofllet'.
The Cheapest. Have the Daily
Jouknal left at your office or resl
rit?uce. Only 50 cts a month. By mail
25 cts a month.
Headquarters for all daily papers, at
.). Ij. Bennett's post office blooV news
Hydraulic stump puller working at
MornlnKslde every day this week. See
1 hp well known strengthening properties of
IronTiomblnei with o'fler tonics nudaniost
perlect nervine, are found in Carter's Iron
J'llls, which (.trengtben the nerves and body,
und improve the blood and complexion.
There Is noone article In the llneofmedl
clues that gives so large a return forthe money
a a good porous sireuglening p'usier, such as
Cuter'sMnart Weed und Belladonna Back
ache Plasters. .
Those unhappy persons who suffer fiom
ni tv ji.sntss and dyfp'P9lthould useiCarter a
l,u tie Nerte Pills, which are made expressly
lur sleepless, nervous, dynpeptlo buflerers
Pi ice 35 cents.
Qrane Vines for Bale.
I have propogated several thousand
Ei od strong two-yoar old grapevines
for setting out, assorted varities, suit
nlile for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each.
$2.00 per d'-zen, E. Hofer, fcjalenii Or.,
Journal office. d w
The One Cent Daily more than
holds its own. It circulates itselt. It
Is the best daily in the world for the
Newport, . - - Oregon.
Located on the Beach.two miles north
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
Bbelteiei spot, wonderful sceuery, sea
batuiuu', flue drives to Cape Foul weath
er lightUouse. House new, rooms largo
und airy. Finest, resort for families or
Invalids. Open all winter. Terms
moderate by day or week. I""""""'
vlsitorn'cun dropu postal card to JNew
ij.trt and be-.urjet by hacK.
1 I.nTN FlTZPATRICK,
UOUSE Painting, Decorating,
nara woou rm&um&i
Can give good references,
vo.i..w. ;r:.-,i. u..im. Kesw
Levo orders at steiuergoiu-""-
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 Per Da7
Its tables are served with tne
Grown In tUe WUlamelte VaUey.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
(Northern Pselfic B. B. Co., L.nse-)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Dally.
I Htlaul a
I A-hlnnrt a s.usaBi
. . TrrTTTZTZ. rhecked tbrouffu
TlcKBtBom nu ,,:"F"T,,"TLi and Canada.
to all poln' la the UuUea Jln ,u
Close connection made In Lhtca-u
trains eolngKast and rwmti. nearest
For lull Information "PP.1?-7?) imNI.
ticket agfmtor , . , HVnblcaKO. II
un. rivw. "-
-An honest man. '
I bed one cow v n 1 set out to bull my f or-
One hoc, one shovel an one spade, an one goo I
But my stout heart an my soun hed an these
two lian's, you see,
An my uneknlled honesty hcz brung mowhers
This Is the leston 1 Impress on ev'ry noMr
jntcgu rty, moralorly nn honesty and trooth.
Inti-grcrty, moraierty nn honesty, i on see,
With my good heart an Led an ban, hez bran,;
me where I be.
Jlerried the daughter of the man where I wus
An w'en heditd wo-got his farm. He willed li
all lo Kan.
I hind good town paupers to do my work foi
For they'll eat feed thnt common men won'i
look at, don't jcr tee?
So I Fared money this way I sared, but never
An I loaned to my neighbors, an they give nie
I lovid my neighbors like myt.elf, rich, poor a'n
grent an small.
An put a n.ortgidge on their farms to 'commo
date 'em all.
An Widow Rarclny, reckless soul, spent all
her husban left
Jest brtngin up her chlldern w'y, it seems al
most like theft.
'W'y. blch extravagance as that," ses I, "will
An 1 forvclosol her mortgldge, for it wus my
An neighbor liurikor's wife wis sick: be spent
his rash fer pills.
Jest squandered all his earnln'son them worth
less doctors' bills;
1 couldn' approve his reckless way, an as a
t jest foc'eolote his mortgldgo an appropriate
An ol'man liataon, down the crick, wur. glttin
lame an blind;
lib farm wur. growln up 'Ith weeds, his hay'in
iJez I, "'Tis time this good ol'manwux laid
upon the shelf." ,
8o I foreclosed his mortgldge, an 1 took his
So I've been a morril power, an through all
I'vo gone about like men of ol' engaged In doln
An I hev foun that goodness pays an vircher' Is
For oil my reckless neighbors' farms hev all
been Jlned to mine.
This is the lesson I impress on ev'ry noble
Intcgrerty, moraierty an honesty an trooth.
Integrerty, moraierty an honesty, you see,
'With my good heart an hed au ban, her brung
me where I be.
Sam Walter Fosa.
Their Hralrts IVelghod Over Sixty Ounces
A noted physician wreto mo soon
after tho death of Benjamin F. But
ler to inquire as to the weight of
Daniel Webster's brain. He declared
that the figures were not to be found
in any medical work in his library,
and that he doubted if one out of a
hundred of tho physicians of the
United States could answer tho ques
tion offhand. In looking up tho mat
ter I prepared the following list of
noted persons who have had 60 or
more ounces of brains, as far as ex
aminations have been made:
Turgenef, Russian novelist, 71
ounces; Schiller, German poet, 63.
Abercrombie. Scotch physician, 63.
Cuvier, French naturalist, 65.5; Aber
crombie, English general, 62; Du
puytren, French anatomist, 62.5.
B. F. Butler, American general and
lawyer, 62 ounces even. St. Louis
Chinamen and Itoaches.
One of tho strangest superstitidns
of Chinese cooks is tho awo with
which they regard the cocKroacu.
John holds the ugly black pest oh
something sacred, claiming that it w
specially favored by the gods and a
nnrfipnlnr favorite of the great Joss.
The most unfortunate mishap that
can befall a Chinaman is to step on a
cockroach. Instantly visJons of tor
rible disasters and calamities arise
hpfnvfl him. In some instances the
superstition has been known to prey
bo on tho minds of the Colestials as
to drive them insane. Exchange.
Sho could not deny it
"Am I to havo Uo assurance from
'No' she answered.
"And why?" i
"Because you have more assurance
now than you know wuai w uo u.
And Algernon has not yet .deter
mmed whether he will show bis des
":? k inine the army oi
Smoking cigarettes. - Washington
A jealous wife of Perpignan waked
Stohr T Just a. bo approached
Kt a match andset her clothes oi
cThon seizing her husband in
"" . , ixi in flames. Tne
-l- nnil TfiHll 1.11 1LAJ v -
were oom tjuvo."- -
woman died, and the man is crazy.
. timmnco and frequent fits
is the Polyphemus o 1 UjBgJ
Tbe Victoria ffSSS
t.l. fl 0OU.0W cunv .
CO., I Tbo United Bw""".,.
A t JOADNU u&UiUjJidLi
THE STORY OF A FAILURE.
It Shows UMt iln Thing Works When
Mnucy la SliuH.
The story of a Binall failure a
Bmall one, but tho system is the
same in many of tho large ones. He
had 25 due him, but ho was short
of ready cash. So ho borrowed ir
Tho money was Btill duo him, but
he vn3 short again. So ho borrowed
$7 of B nnd paid A tho $3 that he
owed. That mado his credit grxl
He did not get tho $23 that was
owed to him, as ho expected and was
hard up again. Ho borrowed $10 of
C and paid t? to B. His credit was
now first class with both A and B.
Tho man who owed bim tho $25
put him off again, and ho went to A
and cot $15, of which ho cave '610
Ho borrowed $10 of B and $10 of C
and paid $15 to A, still further im
proving his credit Then tho man
who owed him $25 paid him $5 on' ac
count. Of courso ho couldn't pay
either B or 0 with that, and boforo he
had figured out just what-htwould
do in the matter ho had found an
other uso for tho $5.
Failing to got tho remaining $20
when promised, he got $13 from A
and $10 from D, thus working in a
new creditor. Of courso ho paid B
and C with that.
Next he tried B and C each for $15,
paid tho $25 ho owed to A and D and
then received $5 more on account
from tho man who owed him.
At this juncture D discreetly
dropped out on tho ground that he
needed all the ready cash ho had,
and A said that $10 was the most he
could afford to loan on account of in
creased personal expenses. Ton dol
lars wouldn't pay cither B or C, and
when ho figured out his financial
standing ho found that his books
stood up as follews:
Total $W i"l
Then ho failed, and somehow he
felt that there was something wrong
with tho financial policy he had pur
sued, especially as X left tho city
without paying tho $15. The failure
didn't get into tho courts, but it was
a failuro nevertheless, and many a
larger concern has failed frost sim
ilar cases. Chicago Post.
George Kliot's Face.
Miss Edith Simcox says that it1 is
to bo feared that posterity will never
know exactly what was tho living as
nect of George Eliot's faco. Only a
very great painter couiu nave seizeu
at onco tbo outline and something of
tbo varying expression, and her re
luctanco to havo hor portrait taken
her private person made to a certain
extent public property in that way
has deprived us of any such memo
rial. Future generations will have
to draw on their imagination to con
ceivo a face cast in the massive mold
of Savonarola, but spare and spirit
ualized into a- closer brotherhood
with tho other Florentine of the
"Divina Commedia." Tho features
might bo too largo and rugged for
womanly beauty, but when tbo pale
faco was tinged with a faint flush 'of
tenderness or animation, when tb
wonderful eves were lighted up with
eager passion and tbe mouth molted
into curves of unutterable sweetness,
tbo soul itself seemed to hino
through its framework with a radi
anceof almost unearthly power, so
that a Btrangor, seeing her "for the
first timo, asked why ho had never
boon told ebo -was beautif uL
Tho Ominous Owl.
It's an odd thing, but thore are a
number of people who havo- a dis
tinct antipathy to tho Bcrecch owl
and cannot listen to a single burst of
its hilarity without shuddering. Tho
Bcreech owl is supposed by th ne
groes on southern plantation to be
in direct communication with all tho
..,rWtB" and "iriants" or tno iorcow.
He plays a great part in the more
weird folklore story of the darkies.
A funny superstition in regard to tht
creechowlisthat if you vrUl I tako
your shoe or slipper off your left foot
tho first time you hear an owl -laugh
and turn tho shoe solo upward on
the floor and place your "stockin
........ t,a luttom of tbo Bhoos
solo tho owl will stop laughing and
fly for 10 miles without rest-Cm
Lubonchcre's Orlm Uunior.
Mr Labouchero, M. P., went to the
Leeds assizes recently to ihear a ovil
acUon for slander in which ho-waa
auo?.;..-nf Wbilo waitine- for
Uiecaseto bo called he strolled to
SStte criminal court and
rather surpriseu w . . - "' n
n urawuy u-
.. . ..netnn niiv. iiiioivt i ""
shocking offoufto, whlBpereo,
itSuSSr and quieUydUap-
Byron; bouBfcbold. ftccoraB -
b ?, o horTsenorniow dog. 3 moo-
Keys, v - - - . UjSj bom
COWINd A cdNDUCYbR,
(Growled Like a Hear at TVUuieh. Iiul
Wus Afraid or a Man.
Tho womau signaled tho Welifl
street cable car conductor that ehd
wanted to get off at tho next corner, i
but ns tho car slacked up alio saw ,
that sho had mado a mistake and
"Oh, I beg you pardon. I'vo made
a mistake. It's tho next corner."
"Well, why can't you sottlo what
you want to do in tho first place?"
growled tho conductor loud enough
for half the people in tho car to
hear. Of courso tho -woman cot red
in tho faco and looked decidedly un
comfortable. Somo of tho passen
gers looked at hor and chuckled,
while others cast Bavages glances at
tho conductor. Ono young follow oh
the rear platform asked:
"Aren't you over courteous?"
"Who'ro you talking to?" demand
ed tho conductor fiercely.
"You," replied the young man.
"Sho mado a natural mistake and
apologized for it"
"Well, what business havo you cot
chipping in t" exclaimed the conduct
or. "Who's' running this car?"
"A discourteous and inspired idi
ot," returnfd the young man, got
tingwarmed up himself,
"You' can't talk to mo in thnt way,
young fellow I" threatened tho con
ductor. "I have," said tho young man aim-
Thoro was a moment's pauso as
tho car stopped at tho next corner to
let the woman off, and as tho car
started up again tho young man'
"Now. I want to got off at' the
next corner myself."
"Woll.1 jumpl" growled tho con
"I may," eaid tji'o young man,
"but if I do you'll como off with" me.
I want this car to como to a dead
stop; nnd'if it doesn't we'll both get
off together, and I'll find out how
much of tho autocrat this company
permits you to be."
Tho conductor didn't liko it but
well, ho stopped tho car.
"That's just to show you hoW
small a man you really aro when
you aro not dealing with women,"
said tho young-man as hobtoppedoff,
and somo of tho passengers actually
laughed m tho conductor's faco.
He Did the l'Untlug-.
At a certain fashionablo up iovm
boarding house tho ladies havo lately
taken up tho fad of gardening every
morning In tuo court wmen iorma
the contor ol tne ouuaing. anu wuicu
is rapidly becoming beautified and
"blooming as tbo rose" under their
fair hands. Ono day this week it bo
chanced that a doctor, a druggist and
a well known undertaker of San
Francisco were among the guests
who paused uf tor breakfast to look
down from tbo gallery surrounding
tho "patio" at tho fair workers bo-
low. The two former woro in jocobo
mood and poked no littlo fun at tho
amateur guru ncrs not, wo may bo
suit', without ready repurteo trom
the latter and' flnully ouo of them,
with condobcend.ii ummilino put
"Oh, well, ladies, you'll do Well
enough at digging up tho ground,
may bo; but when it coincs to the
finer work of sotting out and plan t
ing why, you'll need u man, of
"Oh, yes," quickly retorted ono of
tho objects of this slighting remark,
"we all know who does tbo planting
for you two."
And tho saucy head nodded mean,
ingly toward tho undortakor. Hotel
The Balem Improvement has now on
band a large sUck of Ibe (Jllmore ooal.
-l.l,.h is thn Lest on the market. tf
iln. Italah Emeriot
Ot MsncbetUr, it. U.
After the Grip
Hood's Sarsaparllta Restored
Health and Strength
Last winter I tad the Grip and was quite
let Affcr I begin to get better, being
weak snd run down, I concluded to try
Hood's SanspsrllU, seeing It recommended
so lilgfalT- I rou,t "7 Uat l WM mor' tllia
plesied with It I recovered wy neslta com
pletely In snort time snd think
I Am In Bettor Health
Uun before I wis slek. I (eel sure Out this
it due to Hood's fSsrsapsrllu. In Uis pack
site of JUrsapirllla when I owned 11 1 found
a swnMe bill ol Hood's HlU. 1 u sur.
nrited sad delighted to find bow well they
have the pf elerenss every time now. . 0 Jnk
v0!!a Tiaosueb ol preiarstiuit at flood s
(((u.1 preiartiu at Hood s
rrirlkrttU aadllood' Iltl.'!.S, ISAUII
"" " . . 0s M.nn
Ei5uri7gl MsixhtiUr. H..
ftlls, suUI alMUs s4Sfat MuUtUsi,
StoTBMfctt IB: ibtt
irTv - rfiinTr
What Is tho condition of yours? Id your hair dry, 5'
harsh, brittle? Docs
lifeless appearance? Docs It fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is It full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itih ?
Is It dry or in a heated condition ? If these aro somo of
your symptoms bo warned intlmeoryou will become bald.
Slronk iim Rnnt Hair Gmwdtf &
Is whatyou need. Its production is not an accident, but the result nfsdehtlno fij
researci Knowledge ot the dlseawi i of the hair and scalp led to tt djicoy. P
ery of how to treat them. "Skcokum" contains neither minerals nor oils. It S
lsnotDyNbuadlljbtfullyooollnandrfreihtniTonlo. By i tlmnlaUn
tbe follicles, t stojw falling hair, tvrit dondrnj- and preirt Aaireitbald Jj
ir lrmn tbe seal:
tne use ot stoonum
nun dfilmu thm hatr
it vour dmirljt cannot n
prepaid, on rroelpt ot price.
8T fcJontli Fifth
T. J, KUUSS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Oor, aoth and Cbemeketa Street.
Geo. Fendrich, vt
Best meat and free delivery.
136 Mate Street.
Only 2 cents a day .delivered at
An Ingenious Toad.
A scientific journal tolls this story
of a toad's eunuing: A brood of
obickona was fed with moistened
meal hi saucers, and when tbo dough
'soured a littlo it attracted a largo
number of flics. An observant toad
had evidently noticed this, and overy
day toward evening ho would mako
his appearance iu tbo yard, bop to a
saucer, climb in and roll over and
over until bo was covered with meal,
having dono which bo awaited de
velopments. Tbo flies, enticed by
tbe Binoll, soon swarmed around tbo
scheming batracbiau, and wbonovor
ono passed within two inches of bis
uoso bis tongue darted out, and tbo
fly disappeared. Tbo plau worked
so well that tbo toad mado a regular
business of it '
nstnntly removes and forever destroy sob.
iMtinnahlo hair, whether unon the hands,
Ijeollonanlo hair, whether u
uce arms or neck, without discoloration
a-lntiiiv t thn mn.t. rifillCRtO Hkln.
vasfor fifty years the secret orrau'anl
.'ramua U'llKnn arkniwlndfffid bV DhVSl
Iiiiih as the highest authority andlhea
iiost.emlnenldrrinaioiogisiana uairnpa i
lallst that ever lived, uuringms privuu
.mntinMiii n.llfA.tlme amiiuit the nubility
md arlstocrory of hurope he presorlbt-d
hi rurliM. l'rine. si l.v in'ill. sty-urcu
...- ..,-. , , - , .,-, Unla
tgonls for A m or Ira Address
acsea i orrnDouuourDuuuuucuimii wi
THt SK00KUM HOOT HAIR GROWER U
ept. H. 67oulU Kith Avenue.New ITorlt
, tntionno'iot wviv no onn nrwvvww
S3 SHOE noViVp.
Vi yoa wear then7 When next In need try a pair..
avi in tne wuiiu.
If yejwint tffM DRESS SHOE, mid In the hbil
Mm, den't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $30, $4.00 u
i5 8h4. ThsytqaltoiMininnJMlooKM
ww u well, I f m with to wonomirt in y w vxtvw,
it te by BurchMlng W, L. DotifiM Sheet. rlms mi
pries tUmped on the bottem, loon tor wnsn y j
W.I-DOOaLAB, Brockton, Mass.
PBOFEWaiONAli AND UUBINESS OAHDB.
r. it. D'Anor.
D'AIUJY A BIHOIIAM, Attorneys t l.w,
luinni 1. a and a. li'Aroy lluilding. Hi
dial street, fipecla" altentlon'uven to lusl
nlililn Ttbe supreme and circuit courts of the
KOIID, Attorney at law, Balem
, Offloi up stairs In IVtmn block
Hj, UIOUKH. Attorney at lawJaUm.Ors
, gon, Ufflceover tiush's bauk
TJHHAW.M W.I10NT. HHAWAIIUNT
National bank, Balem, Orcg"n. ;
JOHN A.OAH-ON,Aturney at law, rooms
H and e, llub bank building, Halem.Of
ONMAM A IIOI.MBH. Attorneys at iw.
R Sfflw in Hush blljiW: between BUI ana
-. I1,.msmasmIsiI lrwL
youri, un yHiumvivfi : "
. .UiK arts, all
Unlieotioo m :" "r,-"" ,
iininby block, i.or mate " w,"".r...
,irf-w -sli-m, Oregm. "
WCKNIUH'l-ON-Archlbset od juperto.
Undent. OOlce, rooms t and "
UreyMsn mock. ' '"
., "" ' ' . ''.' ... , .... aMrl 11 tstfb
iUbul ons In Oregon, liver liush's bank,
' . . . ... .. ....... ,r N.w
hLltimci T.uT children, joy, ibroal.
llou from ItslU m and it to J p
... .. .. Uhv.itflnnilldHUn
O. liltowrir.. ....'., K:.k7,w.nos.
1JIUL! WUIf " -
D'aflsm Orwo": YlnUI id denial opsrs.
iU.1 VyWdScrlptlon, Molts opera
tion a specialty.
"'".r..... .. .i.i i him( tre.t
iir oTl'UUH, Arsblteel, pUns, Pr"1f
rLgs'TomircIai street, op stairs.
iwrwirioN uiikiis uo. t a.o. O,
PWAV2K li litiilr hall In SUIs IOU
o'ulldlogv.r, Vdy ..!.
J, A. IKLWOOO, Kswroer.
n iiiii taLAatn
it spilt at tno ends? lias it a a.
:caip CISK neaunTKuu inra irvm irritating rnii'uuiik vj m
m Skin Soap, it destroys jxmuitt mis, 'AcA d on C
T. ....... ,.. ... Jl.... IjJ.'C
. drawer, iuio ir botu i for s.oa. Soap. too. 1
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
Avenue, Sew -jrerk, N T,
J. L.. BENNETT 'HON.
r. D.' BlbiU.
The House Movent.
451 Marion Street.
lias the best facilities tor moving and rais
ing bouses. Leave orders at uray-Brob. or
address Halera, Oregon.
From Termiiial or Interior PoioU the
To all Points East and South.
It Is thedlDlnu car route. Itruns Uiroogti
vestibule trains; every day In the year to
ST. PAUL AND GUIGAGO
;(No Changs of ears.)
Composed of dlnlngcani nnsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
nest that can be oonltructed nnd In which
accommodation aro both tree and. tur.
nlshed for holders or first and seoond-clas
ELEGAMT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnnota line connasttaK wltti all
lines, anordlng; direct and unluterraptod
""I'nllman sl'r "vi"loniicari be's
cured Inadvint' .,oil any agent ol
the road. .. . .
Through tickets to and, from all points
In Atnerlcf., England and Kurope can be
purchased at any lloketoflloeollhlsodm.
Kul'l Infbrmatlon eoncernmr 'rHtM.'tlmfe
of tralns.routes audotlior d talis furnished
on Application to any r
A. T). CHARLTON,
Alstiint General Passenwcr Agent, titi,
till Kirst strvet, ooh Wssiilngfiml J'ort.
Slf AW & DoWNlNO, Ag'tflllB.
SALT LAKE, DENVtH,
OMAHA, KANSAS CltY,
CHICAGO, SVv LOUIS
n.., Quicker to Omaha and Kari'1
UUUlo $as City,
Through Pullman and Tourht Slc-peu, Free
Reclining Chair Can, Dining Can.
or rates and general mioriw -"
W. II. IIUIlLHUrtTi Ast. jr.. V. A
3M Wasklnglon ..Cor.Sd,
Ho T.n, '
MONEY TO LOAN
Onlrwrtred Heal .Kslate. In nfun
UmstostlU noaeisy iue"uu"a "
FEAR k FORD,
IVmm IJ, Vush Itank block.
Manularturs standard Pressed tlrlsk,
Molded Ilrlek In all latirns for KrooU
and supply Ibsbrlek lor tUej.WswHatem City
Hall iuS nearly all tbeflns building eriUl
fuihcwyrCHy. . .,.
Vards Mir fsnUentlary.HUIfm.Or MA
DETECTIYB AND COLLECTING BUREAU
' BAbUM, - - - Oro
frlvst work a spliy.
a H. 9UU KMT, Hi.
On Wcfci System,!
TO CON8UMER8 :! 1
Thotalm Light and rowor foropjtfty stiff
arent fcjtriens imvo equipped their Kleetnejs:
Light plnnt wltU tbe t wt modtrn Apprte(
undaie nowfblo to ofler the public ft bctKrK
light than nay ytem nnd at a rate tewrJK
fh.ti nnv l,m, lh. Msaa, IT
Arc and Inrttndcscont titht.
lug. nicctvic Metots (or nil
purposes -wlictc poiver Is re
He- 1'enet's cap. b vclred for as many llht
an desired d the' ronsumem pay fororiy
nrtu?ea. Tiis Dcink'reaiKieiwn
by an Klectna Meter.
179 Commercial St.
nijNT, the Nrtlh Scm Battfer,
SB.js be hna not sold nu Imt
old ..stand at Liberty street
Stai food Srar
sne orders at Knleni Im
provement Co., 05 State urott,
Sft I SB?"SV JSFlsBBBBBBBOlWlSBBBSSpCfV tjvl I l'
M ARKET STRERT 8
San Francisco, Cal, I
fa A IIH-IIK Af AND HUHaiOALi INttTL
TUTK, located permanently at 71 :''' 1
Htreet, Ban Kranrlsco, Cal., for th cure of all J
UIFDAIVfi dtltlVtl MSJ muu sws s4av .- -. -
of nh vslolans and sunieons, havlrsr diploma 1
und the endomment of lUa be st colleeje) or
AinrrlcflAiid Hinw, ssnie iiwiiw
tlttVO 1IOQ tot
fin, a. A ntii
hi.... i. inM .,iwh.nM In 1rutlnir BnAiai
tirouio Oii-eascs, are in nrimNinrai
ttiwe. ApbTiinry I anscncu, anu mi pra
scrlptlons filled free of charge.
$1.00 Trial Kettle
$5.00 Full Course
Unftaronfrnm Asthma. Tthcuuiatism. Oltl'i
ua. " I,,. .. ,... ...- - - w 7. j a
-utiiptlon, taiarrh. DytipepsK Ineletestron, J
Joiofuls. Epilepsy, Female vytasnH,i.iMtr. f
Uhetini. Ualsncss, Tapeworm. dHsifnsss. for
uixial IHM'sto. I ost Manhood, Miilsria Uij-
"..-.' -w i
consult st once. Low yhsiKfS, w this tbe
reach ol nil r Mui-dv,lth the bcU medital
nnd surgical skill.
Young, Middle Aged andOld Men
Who may bo suffering from toutbpui j
KOU.IK", or the excesses of.Riatufed 111,
should cousultatonoe, before It is loo latet J
thesevnerHii pract'tiimrnt wiwraui j
m lh' United r-lstes, as they can nJw1i.- f.
store U you pencci iibuiiu nu ..
Broken Down Constitutions
arerrjuvenated and manly vigor restere: vr
their nw and wonoerful pietbods of treat
ment. o iiiiiiiiouh uruss "" ,"" "y
ouslness men: call foi advice, especially II o
are sun-ring liom Nervous 1'eblllty or lylllsf
mVer of aSy disease of be K, for,TlwiiC
j,nns. Heart, Bloinacti, Hkln, Kidneys, tr
Blood Diseases !
Cured In the shortest time by vegc
ADC Vfil sslron healthy and vlgoroM
AHr Till I v..a timu d bar Aro you
...!..n....lruan( lllkMSO Or StflkDIMNlT
Oo "you look we.lt Do you feel wel t or Is there
.'."?.. i...i .i,niii,t! vihtcii. ltka a ranker
worm In tbe budding flower, la rapidly du-;
stroylns jour very v lata.
Who suffer from Nervous l'rostratlon,
eBtUM. USWluau7 lii;iiiiiuu,vi"i.r
.av..Hu, ' " -- i .. .. i
n..n,.H I'.in. in ilia liacs or siimamis
disease pruHa to tlisir m. eoninmtws
pliyslcluus with the utmost ooufldenc.
$1.00 TRIAL BOTTLE
$5,00 FULL GQUKSt!
THE LONDON MEDICAL ill
719 Markfrt Strctt
San Fr-ircf, Cl,
B. W . 1IADI.KX, lWClvf, i
SK I U. K i.'(;AL!fwJIU ;
OCEAN STEAMER SAILI
H. B. WU.UAHKVTK VAW.
Leave fan KHweUeo, Woy,fc. WUmA
It A B4 AlWATfH HA1 IWAMT.
i fOf Uf iU, m ,.'"r-' --- -tt-f
' C.T. WAUiiQf.f. yr r.i,. .
in aw v. . . , .. .
rnkst. iv siiwiv
m msr r .r nnnii lAwrvr