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Si tate of the system. iuch as
M tathS 81.1. o While their most
,ru," "' . i... i,n hnwrf In eurlnr.
u Tet&RTM's LirrutiLnrwi Pats
S.liiW " Constlpat on, curing
KLuhli annoying complaint, white
uMrnct ill disorder of thn stomach,
"??T:.7 n,l rezulale the bowels.
Jwenld be almost priceless to thOfO
Sf from this distressing cemplaint:
"" ..I- .1..I. anw1nAr riftM nnt -flfl
KSthnM ho once try them will find
KM v , -Li (h am manv urava flint
um of no many Uvea that here t where
JTmir rrsat boost. Our pllla cure It
WlLrnLB LITER riLLS nnnrjranu
(t(Mj to take. One or tw o pills make
. .. m rlMlr vppetabla and do
to or puree, but by their pent la action
ill wbo use them. In vlalant25centa;
i Jl Bold everywhere, or sent by mall.
mm xebicimb co., hw rt
fi U Ik Small to.
A SEA STOJGtf.
tell you the truth, I am not at
id with tho outlook of this
I have been going to sea
15 years, and I uevor before
i feolinR of dread on leaving
especially when homeward
i, as wo are."
abovo remarks woro made by
nd mate to tho first mate of
American bark Jamo Clyde,
:d from Alexandria to New York,
cargo consisted of bones gath
from tho African deserts and
consigned to a large fertilizer
afacturing company in the
ell, I must admit, too, that I
rather havo a crew made up en-
iy of white men instead of tho
enish looking lot of Arabs that
huddled together there for'rd;
as to your superstitious fears,
', they are groundleps, and ra-
3 unbecoming a man of your rea
ag." Irue enough, and I even laughed
tie boys for leaving tho Bhip
;n they saw what tho cargo was
a Tho idea of the grinning skulls
bleached bones of dead Arabs,
faded into tho hold of tho vessel
1 there was not room enough
for a spider to crawl, did not dis-
Ibme when I was trviner to per-
He the ci ew that worked us out
a to stay by hei Nor can I say
that exactly now. but some
pdful feeling of depression, al-
I" i1 like a supernatural warning.
j trr wui LiCtVOUIUU UsMlaXU. LiiU
skipper iB determined to sail to-
I frow morning bright and early,
a if it is Friday."
Oh, well, even if is Friday, which
owner, old Slakes, himself would
t to pass, oven if our carco is of
pan bones, and even if wo have a
wof black dtvils to work shin.
fl will not be childish enough to
away from mv contract to stay
the 'old wagon.'
Heave awav there, mv lads.
erily uow I"
ihe second mato was leaning over
t cathead watching tho cable slide
iiiy mrouerh tb.6 hawse mno and
?ng tho men at tho capstan, who,
wo way. could not understand
TPfllv n urnml oln. ..4-il 4-l.s. nn.
r came in view. .
Tlie anchor's up, sir, clear an-
on ho tings out to tho skipper,
'0 Is on thn briflfTA wlio nnRwers
E4, "All right, Mr. Lynan, cat and
- .w U..VUUI ililll DCUU1U lb 1U1 out
' send me another man aft here
the wheel as soon as he can bo
Rio first mato was busv with one
Itch of the crew, bending and set-
s tho lighter sails, the second
ho Becunnpr everything looso
pund tho deck for sea. while tho
ptain was on tho bridge repeating
con to tho men at tho wheel
im tho pilot forward, who was
UlUltWV liiww lf tv jmvininrf r flia
1 vline from the littlo tug ahead,
Z 'ich was Btretnbed bo taut that
erykiclcmado it sing like tho bass
- bass string on a bass violin.
6 riio vessel was boo i out to n safe
ough diKtaiico to bo turned over to
a officers of tho ship by the pilot,
d after the usual baud slinking aud
ton voynco" from tho pilot1 iio
opped into tlie littlo boat along
ie, and the homeward bound trip
is commenced, every man on her
fcy with the numberless duties
loard a vessel tho first few hours
t After the day had been spent
Liking the ship snug forBea, over-
tuling tho gear and lashing looso ar-
-leB, the watches wore Bet with the
st dog watch, tho nrsttnatoand war
wrd watch taking tho first watck.
ho day bad been spent very lone
imelv. as the skipper was cross over
ie nautical ignorance of tho crew
nd their inability to understand,
.. J ..1 . 11. .lnfilAn linJ WU.lrA.1
Jeatly and milkilv on aflnoan ot
nis narsnncsB. 'Hm, .
.. i i , -, y"uoi was BO
groat to tho beginning of a home
ward bcuud voyage with a jolly set
of Yankee sailoi-s, who are thinking
of the Nancy Lee in tho states and
singing "shanties" every tuno they
haul on a ropo that I was clad
enough to go below and rest alone
until my watch on deck commenced
Tho passage through tho Mediter
ranean was dull and tiresomo, noth
ing happening to break the inonot
ony of the voyago, simply showing
tho sileut Arabs what to do as
Bpeaking to tell them was a waste of
timo and breath. Four hours at a
time to Bpendwith these pieces of
Bullen, silent machinery and four be
low of dreading for the next four on
deck. After the towering and threat
ening rocks of Gibraltar aiopa&ed
wo havo the broad expanse of the
western ocean (as tho sailors term the
Atlantic) spread out before us like a
big race track, and I commenced to
feel more contented. Europe is be
hind, and home is just a few days
away at beHt, just over there, until 1
can almost bniell tho fresh earthv
breezes coining out to welcome us.
1 hud noticed for a day or two the
men in my watch standing around
in groups talking mysteriou..y when
not enguged, and sometimes their
conversation became quite animated,
as one could see by the wild expren
sioas on their faces and peculiar
gestures. For a week this kept up
and seemed to be incited mostly by
a big, burly, rawboncd fellow, with
long arms and long, bonv finrar
nails, which looked moro like a
devil's claws than a human hand.
Ho would shake his head wildly,
making tho large gold rings suspend
ed from his ears dangle like big pen
dulums. I would invariably put
them to work at something to break
up these communions, but finally
they left off veiy reluctantly and
cast such menacing glances at me
that I told the first mate of the oc
currences when he camo on deck to
reliove mo. Ho seemed a little sur
prised and told mo that tho same had
been the case with tho men in his
After talking the matter over
awhile and reaching no conclusion I
went below to catch a littlo bleep be
fore tho night commenced, for it was
my eight hours out that night. Dur
ing my first watch at night, the
wind being steady, there was but lit
tlo to do and tho talking was re
sumed, and during tho morning
watch, 4 to 8 o'clock, not only my
watch assembled to converse, but
also about half the starboard watch
remained on deck, but kept well up
forward aud spoke in whispers. At
threo bells those of the starboard
watch who had turned in were
called by their comrades, and the en
tire crew came marching aft, headed
by tho long fingered, villainous look
ing agitator of my watch and a sim
ilar one from the starboaid watch.
Thoy marched up to the break of the
poop, halted and the two leaders
came up to speak to me.
"Us no go no more far away, said
tho long fingered man and posed
Smselffor at answer I pretended
not to understand, but ho repeated it
over and over again, growing more
emphatic with each repetition,
called the skipper and first mato and
mooiuSck. and again the refusa,
to nroccod was repeated to them.
Thecal Ier asked them why. and in
very broken aivl connected Eng
k.iVi. cTv.knsmau explained that,
Lad theyUnown ttoJcg
honey or uiu" "" "
led away to a laromuujr
to bo ground into pulp to res ore . ue
l:. ,.m, fn pxhnustcd earth, they
Sedit a sacrilege, a desecration
demanded that wtonjy f
s Shi ss " -wjk
i ; Hnfnini T(1III1 duiwij 1
At.o,irin ncam. iu-"
, o.wi tirfisorne.
SmSandthoir conclusions were
d The skiPPer and first mate argued
and threatened, but they ) were , d er-
lay for "fto poles,
madman, swearing and . en J.
bo carneu n,i,,fr terrible:
thoBkipperwos f" fi ffand
,.ntiia wero uiuuu -
RftCU at I no
."ZTZnZn iue. "
I Siok Headachy
sHflBia tB" -- .
OX ,-bZZtL XMney PiM'
i sr in)
wag, wuttu, womtjg,, ig&KM, rataann do, 18g.
hid fh.. -
LM.lT liii :iih inillVIAIUU..' -
n,,7 i "eman?ed breakfast, lower masts havinc carriedlawav on
llllftS!LiM out wonde'1 th0 Poor Arabs were frigh?
XI ThT0ded to, hclP them- ened, although there was no daS
selves Tho skipper and mate made , whatever-.
, ra wnine to clear tho place, several hundred yards and were
lSMhSihnluTJnPelfand Tfawta8 the wreck, expectbg to S
Sn fSn!Lf iftBtartodand bo- her sink at any moment no doubt
came general Sheathknives, belny- After watching for nearly a half
5,lPn,nn1 ft018-!0 a11 ,,eing Uour they started rowing away to
used at once The pistols of tho two tho southwanl. one boat following
?ta? ttt IT0? fr a m0 il086 in Mother's wake. WhetS
ment, but the 24 Arabs were too 'they had provided food and water 1
many and surrounded them, killing , could never tell, for oven a compass
.. .mWK,.ljr ujr U10WB j HU3
upon tho head from the belavintr
iiihiii lit npnri rwtm kn w i i.
pms and wounds from their long,
By the time I could arm myself
and get out of tlie room my two
comrades were dead, and they woro
chasing the poor cook, who was run
ning aft as fast as he could fly. I
Btood in the doorway and com
menced firing, hoping to save tho
cook until he could make the cabin.
but a big brass belaying pin hurled
oy one of the mob caught him back
of the head and sent him reeling
into the scuppers senseless. On they
came directly for me, and I retreat'
ed, firing all the while, until 1
reached the after cabin. The after
Ftoreroom was separated from the
cabin by a very thick watertight
bulkhead. So rushing through the
doorway, which happened to be un
locked and opened aft, I managed to
get in and swing the door in place
just as the first ones reached me.
Barricading the door hastily, I sat
down and listened breathlessly to
their vain attempts to break down
the thick watertight doorway.
For two hours they kept up their
yelling and hammering at the bulk
head, but thanks to the constructors
it withstood it all, although I sat
trembling with fear lest at any mo
ment they would rush in and anni
hilate me. After so kng a time it
ceased and in a little while I could
hear them bustling around on deck.
The ship commenced to list over, and
as it gradually leanea more ami
moreiieanzea mat xney were putr
ting sail on her, and as each new sail
would fill the list became greater
and the water commenced rushing
by, making a gurgling noise as tho
Bhip passed through it. I concluded
they had started for homo, but even
if they should be sailors enough to
manage the ship without instruc
tions, who among them could shape
their course? Did any or mem un
derstand na igation f For a ship with
out a navigator is as helpless as if
without a rudder, for thero are no
uossroad guideposts to say this
way to New York or London or some
other place so many miles, only a
vast stretch of water and every spot
of it just aliko-simply nothing but
he heavens to locate one's position by.
I was safe so long as the bulkhead
would hold, as the storeroom was
amply provided with canned goods
of all kinds and several gallons of
wine to replace the absence of water.
Being hungry and tired from the long,
watchings, and thinkhigthat ;might
need more strength to fight again 1
proceeded to attend to the inner
Ln. All during the day I sat m my
prison and listened to the creakmg
ff the rudder and wheel, which was
ust over my head. If they had
taken a correct compass course for
Gibraltar, then within 10 days we
u,uV7rrL.,a Mediterranean again;
Hot Z TwouiH probably be piled'
unon the beach a neipiw
PSus for two days and nights , sat
and thought of the many hideous
Shies the cargo of rattling dead
2 bones could conjure m my
S of my dead comrades, of prob
rw shipwreck or dreading lest any
!rnnld acain seek to xae w
al so Completely wrapped up m
I nas so tu-"i , . noticed
that frfu an andwhUe "tab
at ". fe.tTwh sea was rush-
KEEVtto water at a terrific
KS It camo over me sud-
rJlt0, ,K wero in a heavy gale,
denly that wo wndid not realize
and the men or idcckdiu n
the terrible strain
EverJ'-tlfn until It seemed she
and straining "ut" j bearda
would go to pieces, men
flapping canvas tuus
PPP,Bg "er my bead I could hear
ports and over mru hithen
e ?,ffi MdSt and risk
How I tchei? e men in order to
wt to abiphapo w ,
mUst be JJS and tho UW
Another crash wa,er
vessel ns-"-- " tho fore and mam
60 that I was J ftWfly and
masts must nave cam
i-elieved neroi-- .
tand it u" -1 the
4tiBt aeoaub -.. -,.
I beard tho men get
over the side. They
t,Dg,1 . ii howrand wero aoanuuu
badlostnU I WflgT, npuise was to
tnir uer. . -., . ,t
n& ?? J22, m that the vessel
thought jmic- - tfter the
nowscc-ui-.-: thai w
.bin was --. After waiung
i . i...nrv nt4 -
WthemaU getaway. I
.,e !nlliW found
eoine Uino w - d founa
,.av. ": sni
uoi missing trom tlie snip. 1
iminediately turned to cutting tho
wreckage away, letting it drop over
board. I worked through the entire
day and into the night until exhaus
tion drove me to my lonesome bunk.
The next morning I arose early and
.TTi i .. ... -
resumed my work, tor it relieved me
of the lonely hours and the thoughts
of grinning skull bones. Bvnicht
the shivered spars' were all over
board and considerable order re
stored. After setting tho foresail,
which had been spared in tho smaRh
up, as best I could alone, I went aft
to tho wheel and found she had
Bteerage way, so locking tho wheel
liter heading her toward America
I proceeded to make myself comfort
able. By observation of tho sun
that day I found myself about 37 de
grees latitude north and 17 degrees
Thus for two weeks I drifted slow
ly in a homeward bound course with
fine weather, the storm having abat
ed in a shoit while after tho crow
had abandoned her. At tho end of
that time I was becoming quite ac
customed to my lonely passage, for
there was nothing I needed but com
pany to make me peifcctly at homo.
The'wieck was sighted by a steamer
from Havre bound for New York.
Sho took the baik in tow and landed
her safely home, minus tho masts
and crew, which I am afraid must
have perished in a short time.
"Seorge W. Crusselo in Atlanta Con-
The Bite has been selected for the Paris
World's fair in 1000. The exposition
grounds ore situated on noth sides of the
Seine, and the beautiful river will be
spanned by a magnificent bridge at this
Colonil Stouo' Utljr Hctort.
Colonel Stono of Tennessee, when
he was running for governor, met
for the first time a delegate from one
of the rural counties to mo state
convention. The colonel saiu: "i am
glad to meet you. I have known
your father for many years, but 1
never had the pleasure of your ac
quaintance. I see, however, that tho
son is better looking than the fa
ther." "Look here, colonel," said
tho delegate, "you need not bo flat
tering me up, for 1 am out and out
for Barkbdale for governor, although
the old man is for you." "Why, I
simply find you better looking than
your father, but 1 did not say you
had halt as mutu kuoo " "",
returned the colonel. Those stand
: ,,ml roared with laughter, in
which tho delegate good humoredly
"Who was tho author of tho say
uiir that a man is a benefactor who
makes two blades of grass grow
where but one grew before!
"Dunno. Some lawn mower man
No Dliputlnp Her.
wyer-I'm sorry, but hearsay
won't do here. We must havo evi
dence which noonowill dare dispute.
CUent-Heavens, man I My moth
,.(ri.inw Raw it 1 Truth.
"TC " 4rBLiJ ikd Orctettr.
kit Da siina-n.-";"--, wncro iii
Z,lolfioa. Alinm Bertrs from
Sferwk.n'7(,T40Jtton, broufbt on br tbj
fiWaSitte-B loftilas J5 mT"
COIB ON A fOWTIVC OUMWTKg.
&ud b D. j. Fry, 4niK W
nR MILES' NERVINt.
PifJTiSSlh I iifmr eag.
M AS x I? ,3SSSi riK rdu
l"- ' .. U...INI AMU
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair rtv, -harsh,
brittle? Does It split at the ends? Has it .x
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or J.
brushed? Is It full of dandruff? Does your scalp itch? J
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If theso arc some of J
your symptomsbe warned in time or you will become brd.'.. ,
lswhAtrounrr-L its production li not an accident, bnt the rwultof eclentlfte C
research, kunvrltdn ot the diseases ot tba hair aud ac&lp led to the llcov o,
err ol bow to treat them. 8kookiim"conulMiielthermlneralnorolls, It f
la not a Dye, but a deUghtraUr cooling and retrehlnf Tonic. l)y atlmMaUnit
the follicle. t ttoptaUing Aar, curt dandruff and grovt hair on bnld Ji
"pr Keen the aealp dean, hcalthr, and free from Irritating c rupUont, tjr 5
the use of i-noum Ski Soap. It dtttroja paroidto iuc, tcktch fci on ,
If yourdrureut cannot supply jou read direct to na, .and we Jill forward 1
prepaid, on receipt ot price. Grower, U per botUe 1 tor M. Som.w.j'
1 THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., g
mmr U.l 1NAL . Vary "Vaia-l. V. V. .
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 50tb and ChemeVela Btrcet.
J. E. MURPUY.
-Bitt and Tile-
liest meAtnul tree delivery.
136 Mate Street.
Only 3 cent a day delivered at
Wo cannot control tho tonguefc of oth
ers, but a good llfo enables us to ilesplso
Tho desiroof knowledge, like tho thirst
of riches, increases ever with the acqui
sition of it.
Tho inoro judgment a man has tho
slower and the moro careful ho will bo
Tho art of exalting lowliness and giv
ing greatness to littlo things is ono of
tho noblest functions of genius. Mon
Teacher Give mo n familiar in
stanco of u narcotic.
Teacher What does your father
smoke in his pipo?
Pupil Mother says it smells like
hayseed, but I guess it's leather.
mill all the train of erlli
I nini turly errors or later
cxcikHM. ttie retults ot
dculi'pn'tut ami ton.
given luetery organ and
p.ttln of tho body,
9(1111 rrrptir4 D.KC.
explanHtton and proofs
mailed (realed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
Thoroughbred Poultry for Sale.
1 have the fol owing flmtcMss tlnrnughbrjd
wiultry U sale at prlce-i a attd; crated rady
T,r slT mH,t. pu ch ..er u, pay eI'
ntiafK. Addiess cue ofJOUiiNAlj olllcc,
Kri?iml White leghorn cockrels, very.flne,
("P.u''l,8f'.'.iftJr-u,P.. nrofrt strain.
I uruwu ab w . -
Hack Spanish cockrels, 4 to 6 months old,
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CONTRACTOIW & PLAUTJ3IIER8.
Leaveorders atColtle-l'arkhurst block.room
6, rJaeui, Oregon.
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Alior ."!" VJ", .Ar..w kui ding. Ill
'&?.. i,. i .ru-iiiloii given to busl-
SSTlSl?.1K.- clVcu.t couru of he
Uj U aOKIl Alto.neyailHW,alem.Ore.
, gon tifflco over Mush's bank
J J'A -.'. t iw; Ornri' over-Cap.U.1
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Walionm """i "'"-' -
TiTTiN A OAK-ON, Attorney at law.nwms
J3 au, BuVh bank bMMuMjW
ourt, on Commercial street.
st reX walem, Ureg n. !-
ir! KNIUIiroN-Archltect and juwertn
Wiid.DL . Ofltee. rooms 4 and 8 u.U
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P. O. Bloolc.
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street.
Una the best facilities lor moving and rul
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address Sulem, Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior Points tho
Northern Pacific llaili oad
la the lino to take
To all Points East and South,
It la the dining car route. 1 1 runa throug b
vestibule trains, every day In the year to
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;(No change or can.)
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Of latest erjulpmont
Meat that can be constructed and In which
acoommodatUna are both (roe and lur
ulnhed for holdera of flrst and eoondlai
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
rVcontlnnova line connoetlnit with all
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Thrmiah tlckeU to and rrom all polnla
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'tralns.roittesnndother details rurnisueo
Assistant General i'asspnger Agent, No.
121 First street, cor. Washington; Vort
land.Oreaon Bhaw & Downing, Agents.
J. H. AI.'"t.
Trana-t a general banking business.
! oro?t atlenll n paid to . lfctions.ro ans
made. Kchanire nought and sold on tha
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On Meter System. ,
TO CONSUMERS :'
llioijwirm Ughi aud rower Companj-tnl
rich l firiw bae iqulppt-d tbelr hi it trio
LlgliVplHut with the u, ti nodtrutipi'iitalui
huuh uti.iwhtile 10 ullrr the public bctur
light thau hii ey-icm una at a rate loner
thau nuy clt) uu iheioast.
Arc nml InvaudcsccHt LlRktJ " .
iug. LIcctlic Blblors iorWl
purposes MlicrcpoVcr'is ro
lUvllouroecnnbi ulrod forns nunr llehts
as dmlrod and the ixjtiHiimtrs lmy lor oi'ly
huoU Utchta hi are; tied. Tlila btiluK reglntoied
by au Kiecuio Mttur. OOloe
179 Commercial St.
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Krcsh tueat and lovreat prlcta,
W1SC0K.SIN CENTRAL LINES
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co., Leiue.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Daily Through Trains.
1... Minn... u
I Htliul a
I . Ashland, a
10.40pm f it
Tlrketi Hold and NigRaee checked throUmt 1
tonllpolnlatn the UuiicilMtatea aud Canada.
Closo connection waae in linicngu wivb wr r
trains going Kant and Mouth.
Kor lull Information arply to ynr pww-i
ticket agent or , . if oia,t
Han. l'aas. aud TkUAgU, Chicago. IU
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO-
IE. W. IIADLEY, Receiver
SHOUT LINE to CALIFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS."
& B. WIUiAMlCTTK VAU.KY
Uaves Pan Kranolsco, Nov.8lh, 14IU ana rd,,J'
Leaves Yoqulna, Nov. mh, lUtli, and Z8tu. -
IIATEd ALWAYS BATJBKAOTOnn
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.igent or purser of thlsmmipativ. ,t
it n vITUiAnV. flnn'l Hunt.
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, Palcm Dock, i
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Jlel laute. In amounU aiS f
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FEAR & FORD
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OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers and Embalmors.
Cnblnot work nnd repairing.
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