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Pat Spoiled the Duel.
Although it is a familiar saying that
an Irishman is always spoiling for a
ficht. still there is one kind of fighting
to which even the brave sons of Erinaro
Eometimes averse that is, dueling. A
story well illustrating this fact has re
cently come to us.
A certain Irishman, having been chal
lenged to fight a Cuol, accepted the con
ditions after much persuasion on the
part of his friends, who felt confident
of hia buccoss. His antagonist, a lame
man, walked on crutches.
When the place for tho shooting had
v,on ranched, tho lame man's seconds
asked that he be allowed to lean against
a milestone wuicu uupycutu ....,..
Tho prlvilego was allowed, ana ine lamo
man took his stand.
"Tho Irishman and his seconds drqwpff
to tho distance agreed upon 10 feet.
Hero Pat's courage suddenly failed him,
nd ho shouted to the lame man:
Tve a small favor to ask of ye, sor.
"What is it?" asked the cripple.
.t i,i thnt va miKhtlean ag in the
milepost, and now I wpuM la thepriT
ilege oU'eanlng ag'in tho next one.
ererybVdJiro f2r .?
wholelartf wenj home without a shot
l!avinffbeenfirer.-Boston Home Jour
nal. VI60R f MEN
and all the train of evils
from early errors or later
excesses, Uie results of
given to svjry organ and
pnition of the body,
2 0U0 references. D"Ji
explanation and proofs
mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
Located on the Beacb.two miles , n xa th
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beauUCuJ
..., lorfni unerv. ees
.TnTflTe drTo C;W Vouljb.
er llalittiouse. Bouse new. ,ffl,l3:
and airy. FlneM resort for tomlHw M
Invallila. Opea all winter. Trffl"
Bioderate by day or wrek. Inleiw
visitor can drop a postal card 10
Aiietrf -.- (
port and be wet uy hcr. ,,
' JOHN FlTZPATBICK,
d-2 in Proprietor.
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers aiid Bmbalmeis.
Qabjnet vyork and repairing.
Court htr.et, Opyorito OptHouf,
THE NEW PORTER.
Ifo. 40 Was Promptly Fired According to
Ther engaged a neWporter at the As
ter House- last week. Ho was an actiyo
young man with a Hibernian type of
conntenance and large, horny hands
about tho fijzeof haras. Everybody li fed
im he wag so ctieerul, 89 obliging and
so rigorously exact in carryingoutevery
order given to him.
On Thursday Mr. J. B. Johnson, the
chairman of a northern railway, put up
at, the hotel. Mr. Johnson j a yery dig
nified anl ppJishVd gejJt'Pman and ex
tremely particular about his room and
That evening a very extraordinary
thing occurred. Somo say it was about
0 o'clock; others place it as late- as 10:30.
At any rate somewhere near that time
Mr. Johnson was amazed to see the door
of his room open and a man step in.
"Well, sir, who are yon?" asked Mr.
"Oi'm Ihe porter." replied thestraneer.
deliberately removing his" coat and roll
ing up his sleeves.
"Well, what is tho meaning of this
Bingular intrusion?1' inquired Mr. John
s'"!. Thomas did not reply. He spit upon
his hands, executed a rapid and fantastic
jig and leaped suddenly upon the aston
"Help! murder!" bellowed Mr. John
son. ''Crazy man killing me!"
' 'Shut up, ye dbirty spalpeen!" exclaim
ed Thomas, obtaining a firm grip upon
the scruff of his neck and propelling him
rapidly out of tho room. "It's nope of
tho loikes of. yo that's wanted in a dacent
"But, my good man," gasped Mr.
Johnson, his words coming in excited
jerks, "there's some mistake. Let me
"Nivir a word, ye hoodlum," replied
Thomas, rushing him toward the stairs.
"We're onto yo. Tho proprietor has had
The next instant the guests in the hall
amazed to see two figures one
Spiuttering and kicking and the other
.,".. .. "i.i. ,i tun
Kiwi uuu uuiermmeu duuul uutih mo
staircase, plunge through tho lobby and
disappear in tho outer darkness. In a
few moments Thomas returned, panting
and rolling down his sleeves.
"What in tho name of mercy wore you
doing?" asked tho proprietor when ho
recovered sufficiently from the shock to
'I was firing ouj that dirty blackguard
in iNb. 40," replied Thomas.
"Firing him out! Hold me, somebody 1
Who put such an idea into your head?"
You did," replied Thomas, with an
injured air, holding a written order be
foro the proprietor s eyes.
"By the great horn spoon!" gasp
ed Mr. Weekly, and ho swooned away.
This was what ho read, "Fire, No. 40,
at 10:30." Thomas had misunderstood
tho order. Now York Morpury.
An Awkward Mistake.
A gentleman, desiring to inform a
young lady who lives in one of the sub
urbs of his intention to make a visit,
called up her residence by telephone the
other afternoon, For some reason or
other ho had difficulty in hearing and
making himself understood. H9 forked
for a long time, bu,t finally the dayro,
seemed to break, and hp heard plainly
tho yoice of a female say very irritably,
WMl. what do'voti want?' The noise
ln tne str0ot was so great that he desired
. l0 cloao Vjlo nuiuuu Uv.-. -- -i
so he said,' "Juli hold the telepbpne for
a minute or tVQ. W ne aiun nvo
time to leavo bofor.o the voice said in a
more irritable mapner: "You go to the
dickens, I'veaple in tho oven." It was
, nnr thfi then onlv occupant of the
house, that he had called up.-Pittsburg
Mrs. Swiftly-l'in maiung an my f
myself to save money.
Mr. Swiftly (much pleasedHInaoedl
Mrs. Swiftly-Yes. This ono I got on
only cost me 25 cents.
Mr. Swiftly-Well, I declare!
Mrs-Swiftly-Andlputall the trim-
ming on myself. ,
Mr. Svriftly-Wherp did you get the
Mrs. Swiftly-At Dreighood'e. I gat
it for jl8.-Chicago Record.
11.. ri.lrf l'leaiure Gone.
"Mrs. Guggins is feelin mighty raiser-
You don't say so! I thought she was
innvin in illenant health. ..
Ym that's jest it. She's feelin so wen
tJS. can't3 think of -fj-
patent medi9ines for, an J8
reads the advertisements an pines.
. -, One.
.g.i8 to gt'i .nm gS$!.
Taklnt; Him Into the Finn."
THE GOLD QUESTIONi
Terhaps to lit Solved by ttlb Timely Defeat
of Klnj; Lobengula. '
The f ollowinK communication, bpnrinir
a Washington date, appeared in a recent
issue of tho New York Sun: It is cu
rious that the newspapers of today which
announce the destruction of silver should
also announce the collapse of the Mata
belo king of a country larger than the
Dakotas. In each instance theU'ritish
auri sacra fames will be field responsible
by tho critical or perhaps hypercritical
chronicler of events.
I have always ventured to profess n
faith in tho infallibility of the Anglo
Saxon races. In this country I bellovo
that tho nation is swinging with a ve
locity perhaps dangerous toward the
freedom of silver, and that seems to be
tho view of the triumphant repealers
hero today, where the losers are more
elated than he winners.
But in Africa, England is today an
ticipating such a production of gold as
will bring back the traditions of Cali
fornia and Ballarat, and the victory of
a more joint stock company over the
forces of Lobengula may now bo fol
lowed by results not less remarkable
than thoBo which in 1849 followed poor
Marshall's discovery of a gold nugget in
tho dam at Sutter's mill in California.
Until a month ago the only laborers
in Mashonaland, the various Mashona
tribes, were harried by the Matabeles
whenever this fighting horde required a
further supply of wjves. The moo Ma
shonas were killed or carried off from
the very old dumps of the gold mines of
Hartly hill, of Maroe or Fort Victoria.
Now Lobengula and his routod "itnpis"
are in retreat to northward of the Zam
besi. He will bo there in tho Barae 'posi
tion that was occupied by Sitting Bull
and the Sioux after your catastrophe on
the Little Horn in 1870, when, that
mightier Lobengula had retired 'into the
Today the gold developments in Africa
are of extraordinary interest. Tho Randt
gold camp at Johannesburg, which dates
back only to 1887 and prodncod but a
monthly average of 10,000 ounces in
1888, shows tho following develepments:
The production in this camp since
April, 1803, 'has been: '
I ' Monthly.
Tho production of August, if moroj
sustained, puts this single camp in ad
vance of tho gold production of tho on
tire United States. Tho estimated pro)
abilitiesof gold mines must bo taken
with considerable limitations, but thoso
who know King Lobengula'S territories
and who have visited tho various god
camps in Mashonaland during the past
13 months believo that threo oy more of
these camps may prove not less produc
tive than Jobannesberg, and this in a cli
mate that is admirably suited to tjie
white race. The geological conditions,
quartz on the contact of granito and
slate, aro very favorablo to continued
production. And now that tho blayk
tyrant has disappeared, your skilled
miners, who have been deprived byyopr
legislation of a field for their energies,
may do worse, pel haps, than seek anoth
er citizenship id tho far south under tjie
protection of tho Union Jack. Moreton
A HalaUlava Warrior.
Thero has recently died in London, hi
tho person of TrurapetMajor Henry Joy,
lato of tho Seventeenth Lancers, apother
of tho small band of heroea who $
part in tho famous Baloklayft charge and
afterward lived to tell tho tale. To Jpy
belonged tho honor of sounding the qr
derfor tho heroic chargo. Ho entered,
tho army on" May 13, 1833, joining the
Sevpnteenth Lancers as a boy in the
band, serving in tho same regiinep
years. He was appointed- trurapo, major
on Sept. 22, 1847, and was present at the
head of the band at tho funeral of the
Iron Dnke. . ...
On the outbreak or tnetjnmean yrnr
bo sailed with the regiment for thcBlabk
sea and was present at tho battles 0 the
Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman and Sev6o
pool. He received a testimonial from
General the Earl of Lucan, commanding
tho cavalry brigades in tho Crimea, in
which it states tliat Trumpet Major Jpy
was his trumpeter on the day of Baja
kla va. In a letter from Sir George Womb
well (who was present at Balaklava),
written only a few days ago, occurs the
words, "I beard him (Joy) sound the
order for the Balaklava charge. Joy
buele la in possession of his family at
tr,Trre&ent time. At Balaklava he had
two horses shot under him and came
out of the fight mounted on a Russian
horse. London jmmon.
Tlie Syrlnfe and the Pipe.
From a western point of view then is
one great drawback to opium .making
It takes too ranch time, Western hurry
SemaTtwTfr. to bo gradually par.
noWtbe morphine syringe., rlwtotha opi-
r7r if we! may believe a report
a AMtT.Aa (n whlMi a rem
are now some uu. - -
S to the morning and the evening and
J0JJ8? primarilv, no doubt, that U
onsiy enomi". vt- '-''TI. . .,nr.V.
fif.'JbSttt. wf -MjEJf
A DESPERATE BATTLE.
A Hunter Finds Skeletons tThlch Tell or a
riKlit to the Death.
Anjexpcrienfted hunter and explorer (
named R. C. Emmons arrived In Supe
rior last Tuesday from tho Rainy river
country. Mr. Emmons has been in tho
north for the past threo months making
explorations along the Canadian bound
ary. His lips aro sealed so far as in
formation about his trip, whiob relato?
to tho country through which ho has
mado explorations, is concerned. But
ho had a story to tell, and it was of a
tragedy enacted in those far off, dim
fpftsfs. Tho tale runs thus:
"1' was following ono of the small
streams tributary to Rainy river whon I
suddenly camo upon a half completed
log cabiu situated in an opening in the
timber. I saw at a glance that it was
deserted, and my interest and curiosity
werp aroused by this unexpected "evi
dence of former explorations in this
neighborhood. Tho cabin was built of
hewed logs of sroall size and chinked with
mud mixed with gravel. 1 should judge
tho cabin Had been orected early last
spring and deserted soon after, or, in fact,
boforo it had been fully completed. I
lifted tho latch, and the door opened
readily. It was a typical settlor's homo!
There wero a rude fireplace and a frying
pan. A ablo stood in tho confer of the
room, and upon it wero, a ln plate and
a knife and fork. A compass hung upon
n nai), and a packer's outfit reposed in
one corner. The pack was nearly n'owj,
and upon one sloe of it wero printed,
with somo attemp' at art, tho initials
O. A. M, I am thus particular about
details, for beyond tho initials upon the
pack I found nothing to establish the
identity pf thi3 map, whom I shortly
after ascertained met death In as desper
ate a battlo for ltfo as ever man had".
Leading into tho forest to tho south
was a slight trail almost obliterated, bqt
still discernible to tho practiced oyo of a
woodsman. I followed it for a short dis
tanco, about 10 rods I should think, vhcn
I emerged into another small openjng.
Hero I made a startling discovery. Di
rectly in py path lay tho skeleton of h
large man. Near by lay a Winchester
rifle with a broken stock, and closb be
side tho skeleton lay a broad ax with a
very rusty blade, Within a radius of OQ
feet lay the skclotons of nf no large timber.
ItTrequired only a moment for mo to
grasp the story Of that man's terrible
fate. Tho soeno was liko on open book.
Ho bad bfion attacked by wolves anjd
overpowered by numbers. That Ijo had
sold his Hfo dearly was evinced by Wo
skeletons of the wolves. I soon becairto
convinced that tho battlo had not com
menced where the skeletons were found,
and in this I was right. I followed the
trail still farther and found tho skol t
tons of four other wolves, but pach wi s
some distance from nny of tho other).
These must havo been tho first of tl 0
wolves to dio and had been killed by tl 0
rifle. Tho man was evidently makiqg
for his cabin as rapidly as possible and
covering his retreat with his.riflo.
It appears thnt tho wolves werq des
perate, however, nn.d within 10 rpda of
his cabin and safety ho was cpmpyjled
to make a stand und ngnt for his life
against hopeless odds.
All alone in this gloomy forest pert
shed a man whose identity muy never
be knovyn. Hernust have, had friends
somewhere, however, nnd it may yp, pe
revealed. The incident must havp oc
curred early in tho' spring, when hungry
wolves traveling in packs do not hesitate
to attack man. Hamilton Spectator.
Mrs, Topn Drove Horje.
Five inljes across the river iq Linn
county llvo Mr' ftDl Mr8, Toole. Mr.
Toolo criMpised two young mon on route
to a neighborhood dance one night re
cently for leaving a fence down, and by
discretion escaped tho fight that one of
them proposed, Tho boys went on to
the dance, where shortly after Mrs.
Toole appeared, brandishing a revolver
in a way that sent tho cold chills creep
lug np the fiddler's back. "Whero is'the
man who wanted to fight my husband
she demanded. Thero was nobody there
that wanted to be shot, so silence pro
vailed until Mrs. Toolp turned to the
hired man and ordered tho buggy brought
to the door. 'Into it sho climbed, ajid
when the man suggested that he would
bring the horse the rovolver again ap
peared, and ho was instructed to act as
horse himself. Tho subtle lnfluer.ee of
tho weapon prevailed, and wiring the
Wta ho trotted off with bis load.
Ti,o.a nu ripftlipr liridlo. harness nor
reins to guide him, but he reached the
Toolo mausion just tlie name, vorrai
A Mory on 6,ewart.
fm... .u nlllff n 1'iwvl atnrv in Wash-
ington on Mr. Stewart as a revenge for
bit interminable speeches. Before the
!, .Mkinna becran tho senators had
adjourned, and several of them were
getting their ItaU in the cloakroom, Mr,
Stewart among them, when 'mo of hla
fellow senator said:
"Stewart, yon remind roe of a clergy
Mr. Stewart naturally stared and then
laughed and wild. "How, prayT
"Yes, you are liko a certain minuter
who was telling a friend that be ba1
preached 2i hoorc 'Were yon not vry
tiredrwJd the friend sympathetically.
"No, no. I Wa a fmh a a rose, out
you shonia nave seen wocuujjicBav"
An Insane Transfer.
. ...1 4. In Ma Min rtVM" tll
New York Central and Hudson Klre
railway wa recent special trainof 1&.
ciri. tbe Utter being filled with 100 ia
Mne iron-78 men and 78 women-all
3nVllrdMyl"o. II wm transfer
from the alam named o UnHudaoa
narsn, oriuior uocs tc spur, at tne enasr nas it n
lifeless appearance? Docs it fall out when combed or !
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff? Docs your 6calp Itch ? '
Is It dry or in a, heated condition ? If these aro somo of 1
your sy mptoms bo warned lntlmooryouylll becomo bald.
SkookuniRoQt Hair Grower
iswhatyouneed. lUprodneUonltnotanaecldent,tnttheresuitofsclentina v
researcb. Knowlnlr of the diseases of the hair and sealp led to the ditto- sr
ery of how to treat them. "Bkookum "contains neither inlnsrals unrolls, it?1
is not a Dye, but a dsllghtfully eoollns and retreshlns; Tonlo. ny stlmulatlne D
the follicles, it ttopt failing hair, curt dandruff and grows aalr on laid pi
httds. , 3
tr" Been the scalp eleaa, heatthr, and tree from Irritating eniptlnni. hjr ',
the use of sknokum Skin fioop. It destroys jxmutMo intscls, uAk-a ron i
and octroy s olr. ' T . . . . r
It rour drutslst caanc suwilrrou tend direct to ns, and we will f orwar-L u
prepaid, on receipt of price. 1 Broirer, Jl.W pfr botUejt fijs SATO, bQ$M?
tr t - - .
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, JOth and Chemexeta Street,
Geo. Fendrich, .
Boat meat nnd free dollvcry.
136 btate Street.
TJnmullablo Postal Cards.
An article hns been going tho rounds
of our exchanges, pays tho Ithaca Jour
nal, that it wa& a criminal oflenso to
mail a dunning letter on a postal. An
editor wroto to tho first assistant post-,
master gonoral recently and received tho'
following roply, giving tho decision of
Judge Thayer, Dee. 14, 1880, on the
wording of a postal that was mailable
and ono that was not. Tho mailable ono
read: "Pleiiso call and settle account,
which is long past duo and for which our
collector has called sovornl times, nud
oblige." This was decided unmailable:
"You owo us $1.80. Wo havocalled sov
sral times for same. If not paid nt onoo,
wo shall plnco with our lnw agency fof
lollection." Postal cards are npt maila
ble if tfioy contain language of a threap
suUUUUUuOUUuU UuUUul lUOuU J uuuoo
insanily r moves aul forever dtstroy off
Jectlonanle hulr, whether upon the hands,;
raw nrtuior neck, without discoloration
or Injury to the most delicate skin. Ill
was for fifty yean tbe secret formula oil
Krnsmus Wilson, acknowledged by physlf
clan aa tbe bleheat anthorltv and the?!
most eminent dt-rinatologtst and hair spa i
clallst that ever lived. During his private
piaollool allfo-tlrue among; the nobility I
ind aristocracy of Kurops be prescribed
ibis rtxilne. l'rloe. SI bv mill, seourelv
uacaea. orresponaence connaenua;. uoioi
K0u1s tor America. Adores
THE SKO0KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER '0,
lept. It. 67Houth FUth Avenue.New Vortc
OO nno rnrrfrf'
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHUb NOt TF
a.a. &ia Wll.l
Do yoa vtu them? When next In nsed try path,
Rett In the world.
ivMtxat nnrcQ ounr. mA in K u&tl
II 1VU Ri Sft IIIIW WSSS.WW WSSWM SHOW .---.
styles, don't pay $8 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 er
$5 Ehoe. They (It eqml to ciiUm mtiletnd look vA
aw as wlt. If vm with ta eceiuunlta In vour footwear.
is 10 fcy purchiln W ! Dotigtsi Show. Hsmo and
pries lumped en ins totmm, iook lor 11 wnsn ymi mj
W.I DOUOLAS, Broclton, Vast. Cold bf
PH0FEM8IONAL ANO HUBINEW (JABDB.
r. H. nUiiCT, aro, a, bikoham.
D'AIIOY 4 BINOIIAM. Attorneys at Law,
Iloomal.S and 1. D'Arcy llulldinc, l(
Kiate street, special attention given to bust
neas Id tho supreme and circuit court of the
niI(.MON KOHO, Attorney at law, Balem,
X Oregoa. UfDoe up stairs In i'attoo bloulc
HJ. IllUOKll. Attorney at law.Halem.Ore
, gon. Offlce over Hush's liank,
T J.BIIAW.M.W.UUNT. HUAW4HUNT
1 . Attorneys at Uw. OfJlro over Capital
National bank, Halem, Oregon.
JOHN A. OAHSON, Attorney at law, rooms
and 1, Hush bank building, Halem,Or,
IJONHAM 4 II01.MI, Attorneys ;s law.
r Offleelnllusb block:, between Hlateand
Vourt, on Ownraerclal street.
TOHN HAYNK. ATTOIINBY.AT.I AW.
tl Unllectiona made ai.d promptly remitted,
llnipby block, cor. HUts aud Commerolal
street. Malern, Oregon. 9-t.
WO.KNIUIITON-Xrcbltct aud uprtu
Undent. Office, rooms t and lluah.
Ilrarman hlock. '
ME. fOQUK. Htenograpber and .Tjp
, wrlteat Meat equipped typewrlUng of
bat one In Oregon. Over Wush'i bank,
nit A. OAVW. Ul I'ostOraduatepf New
VT.ir .i.MaMclaiatientlonto th dis
ease of women d children, pom, throM,
lungs. Kidney, m awmtm iuu .mii
oWm at mtdeiioe, lot kUU street. Oousult-
lloo from w r n.'M'wii'w !-
a llItaWNB. M. V., t hyswlan and Hur.
. gJoaT Offlci, kiurpby bloth, residence,
K.T O HMITU, DoU.I.BIUU s treat
, 2VVrv (lMcrtDtloD. 1'ainU opera-
T O. I'UOII. Architect, pUM, peetne.
W. lion and supertQlenrteiw for all
elaue of building. OOlo 10 ComwercUl
ON OK VrrKHANBJampUr Camp No.
i.bonolVUrao,U,rt A me iW.
v.fMlDrt7MoMock at lb I. O. O T
halL Vlstllog brother are eoroiaiiy ina
tontttnd V . O. tlaoMriia, Capt.
nilOTKOTIONUIDOB WO. J A.O.U. MT
lJ HeeUln their ball In HUM Insurant
J, A. HrwopBawaKt
sJifffl. , - k?
AiivniiHii ., .,..
2.28 m ML)
ran uFn .tuuiifl.
What Is tho condition of yours? Is your hair dry, 5;
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
fi (iontk Flftk ATenue. Kew TorU. N. Y.
I L BRNKETT t SON.
P. O. Bloolc.
Only a cent a day delivered at
The House Mover,
451 Marion Street.
Has the beat facllltlea lor moving an A rais
ins bouses. Xieave orders at uray llros., or
uddrees Balem, Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior 1'oists (he
I. Is the line to take
To all Points East and South,
It la the dining car route. It run throng It
vestibule trains', every day ln the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No change of cart.)
Composed of dining car nnsurpasaed,
rnllman drawing room sleeper
Itest that oan be constructed and ln whtob
accommodations ore both Iree and fur
nished for holder of first and coond-clai
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnuota line oonno:ttng with all
lines, afiordlng direct and uninterrupted
Pullman ltpfl mvivttionsonn be se
cured In odvilii '' rotli any agent of
Through ticket to and from all point
In America, Kngland and Kurope can be
purchased at any ticket office ' this com
pany. KC11 Information concerning rates, time
of tralns.rontrsiuidotUrrdf tails mrnUliea
on application to any arent or
A. P. CHAHJiTPN,
Assistant Ueurral Fasseni,er Agrnt, No,
121 First ttrl, cor. Waatilngtnn, l'ort-
Shaw & Pownino, Agents.
aHI J( I f Ji iLifiL
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
1 DAYS to
Hours ulcbr lJm$, mi K,n'
Through Pullmtn ind Tourlit Sle-perii FrM
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Cars,
tor rate and general Inlonnatlon call on
W. II. ItUIlLBUKT. At, p. I. A
VH Waaklngton ku. VorM
MONEY TO LOAN
iltrcfvea IUal EataU. In amount and
neloulU No delay In considering loam.
FEAR k FORD,
Koom 13. Bah Kank block, t IM
Manulaetur lUndard I'reased Brick,
Molded Brick In alt falUrni for front
and supply lb brlek tor tb New Halent City
Mall ahk nearly aU tae (In tntWln(rot4
DBTECTIYE AND COOECTING MW
BALKM, . - Oregon
Irtvata vork a specialty.
O, at, ffUCUCMT, Man-.
I ' tf"1
On Meter System.",
TO CONSUMERS :'
Thofci.tm LieUt unit lvvrer romraoy
ret -tiitnM have CQUlpped their KHt
Llabt Din lit with the mutt 11 ndirn acr-nrattd
andaenor)Ke to offer tbo public a bett
llcht than hnv avtrni nnd at u rate love
Ublto a bet!'
mail HuyrCiiT on jnaceaai.
Arc ml Inca(lcscent iif(l
lug. Electric Meters torsi,
purposes ilicre power In ri
Hellenes can bo wired for Rs many lhti
aa desired arsd ,tbe ronsumera pay for oU
such lights as nro nsed.' This being rfglaUnc
by an Klectno jeter. OBce
179 Commercial St.
HUNT, ihe NstUb Silem BikW,
Biyi he hni net so'd out bnt
simply moved bis shop to tb
old stand at Libert street
Steal food &w
Leave ordnra nt Palem Ino
provement Co., 05 Btate street.
Medical w I notitiiifi
San Francisco, Cal.
IB A UKDIfAL AMU HUllQlOAl. IWwTI
TUTE, located permanently Bt 7i rkt
Ktreet, Han Kranclsco, Cal., fc-r tbe oure of al
disease, aftllctlnni nnd deformttlea. .A !(
nrpiiyslclan and surgeon, liavlnjrcliplom,
ind tli endorsrmonl or the best coil a
America nod fcurope, skilled areola Mt wbf
have had lonfroxpencnce In treatlug epeataf
nndcaronlouUeusfs, are In constant at
uure. A pharmacy I" altochod, and all pw
Hcriptlons filled Iree of charge, ?
1.00 TrUl Settle
$5.00 I'Mlt Cauvm
Hunerora rrom Astrim, itwao
xumptlon, Cntarrb, lyaptils,
Pcriifuls, Epilepsy, Female weal
lieirt rjUrase, Uionchttls Kri
Bufleror from Asthma, Itbeumattvm, 0
Humpllon, Catarrh, J)yijHil. InU)
Itheum. Baldness. Tapeworm, Ufs, ;
"eziinl llsee, Lost Manhood, Malaria, Vr
imrv'lmiililM. Vila. Il.iwrel TroublMj shosiH
consult at once. Low rharKti, wilhlst.tw
reach of all. combined wltti the beat, medley
and surgical (kill. j
Young, Middle Aged and Old Mei:
Who miy be uflerlog from YOUTHKVl'
1'OM.lKi, or the axefues of matured Ut
should roiisult at once, before It t too kftk
these veteran praotltlnnrr who have no m
In the United Via tea, a tlioy can and wllf M
etoratoynu perfect health vrbea all titer,
Broken Down Consiitulions
nA hh..h.I.i1 mnA fn.tllw vlfrnr rMtflr 111
their Bw and wonderful method of treat
tnent. No lnliiilon drug used. Worn on
ntiwr. nf aliv
Limits. Heart, Htomacb, tikln. KldBoy,, j
Cured In the shortest tlrao by vege
free from every trace of disease or atefcMe.
Da you look. weilT Do you feel wel'T or 1 Utt
some ( hmnlo 'froublt; which, like a rJM
wohnln tha budding Bower, U raymiy)
stroyln jourvery vital,
Who suffer from Nervou 1'rostraUou, IM
lewneu, liespondsney. Ihdtgestlosi.OotMMM
tlon. Laasllude. I'alus In til Baoa or aMat
diuise pecuiiar to their ez, conealt Usaf
physician w lib tha utmost oonfldeaoa.
f,00 TRIAL BOHIE
$5.00 FULL SOWtf
THB LOKDON NEMCAL ill 4
719 MwkttStfitt ,
Sai )tmnpC, uu. i
(KT LII.U (?AUWP
B, B, WIICXA.MMTT1S VAtmr, '
Uave lati Vt anotaao, Not.Wt, Mtk HkA m
..t,Yav,uli . M. , alv
HATIW ALWAYH tU71aWAOttftY,
For irvtght and as.Mr rate a? tea
HvrKnaW TYfnSssfMftjMwtjfiMi .-ffirT
call for advice, especially 11 M
'roiu Nenou t'ebUtty or. IUIW
disease of the Ke. Kar.Throal
V rT-r ypm