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New Yuik, Nov. lo.-Silver, 0c f Mll
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, i..tii. despondency find despair,
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i run siiiiniii 1111 ill iiiiiim.
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W. " " -...1 l.nall .. iinnn tiUncr --"?t ' v,
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"'"' iiif.. and vitality to the blood,
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Chicago. Nov. 10 -Hogs--Light $3.25
G5 heavy ti.os.fali 60. J Jvff
Laule Heeves ii.tific.in:
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to the whole
Ba pari 11a
I h n(i sickness to health, gloom to sun
I a.. No pen can describe what I auf
I3JW- ".,,,. I.. .li.Jr harf elrL- l.ni.t.
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.1 dearondent feelings, with
Libl e bo that I could not go up
? Jnirn BlftirS Willi""!, laiiug liijr uuuu
f lover rry heart and resting. In fact, it
1 j -i.nLf f nbn riv hrrflth nwnv. T onf.
' Krea so 1 "'u I,uv -' , jv uuU
S much to llo for. There Is no pleasuro in
hfcif deprived of health, for lifo becomes
I burden Hood's Sarsaparllla docs far
f 5 more than advertised. After taking one
bottle, it is suiticieni to recommend
Itself. " Mks- j e- Smitui Beloit, Iowa.
I? Ii the One True Blood rurlfler. All drngRlsts.Sl,
if Frf jured only by C. I. Hood & Co., Low ell, Mass.
.. 11 !- cure all liver Ills, bilious
IHonn S KlllSn" lailnrln. 28 cents.
heifers $1.60(3 q5.
I till IllUi ...-
1 111 13 a Wood tc
ociUitoof hij tub 1 in
. t (J 01 don DcuuL-it, 1
an active p.irt in lor.
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Alllll.5 U HIIIU i'' " ilr.1-. SH 'I 1
: Es-foiiftr -chM.icrLri'-'
ling Willi J.uii.
1 Mr Woo'1 tot
JLe was 1 uiuceii, as no tnougiii, uy 1
aev-p l' r rcI' 'iter, ami ulter tli? ta.ii
ion cf th d.iv-i conght personal flatis
faition h- '.vii.gthoroportcr a physica1
(SMiit' Mr. D.iiiui-tt iii Tho Herald
toik t. ! t t up i.iid rotibtod Sir
i-iffixxl i.i'tu. 'ly Tho mixt day tho lat
Ur ULit t t.io editorial ouice, flrinl;
Iitoht i t ' U.il Mr. Uennott too. Ui
fuu'id th ii'iti-r ut Id' de.-k, and thrust
liu a c"p of 1.10 iiiuraiug papor under
Lu u(x.-o s-iit
"I waul to know who wrote that
Mticle, sir. "
: Mr Bennett laid down his pou, and
looking ap at him curiously and bonig
I "Aro you Ben Wood?"
"Yes, Mr. That is my nuns. "
M "Well, Wood, how old aro you?"
"I am nearly 20."
"Indeed, " rejoined Mr. Bonnott, with
the broid Scotch accent. "WolL Mr.
WooJ, don't you think it a great thing
for a man as young as you aro to bo
dignified and advortJsod by a notico iu
tho editorial pab-o of Tho Herald? My
iearsir, 1 congratulate you."
Mr. Wood was taken aback with this
new view of tho thing. Tho two men
had a friendly chat, and tho man who
coma iu angry went away iu high good
Jranior and with tho editor's blessing.
flew York Mail and Express.
Dec 78 Wc.
wSta Walia,.'0' WhMl valI.7778c;
Flour Portland, ! Benton count) 00 bbl
4.00; graham, 3.25 ; superfine '$2.50 per a
Oats-White, 3536c; grey, 3i32;rolleJ
ea's.y's4:255,25, !barrefi' 7o;
Potatoes. . Oregon, 35a5oc per sack
Hay .Good, iolo.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 8oc; Eastern Oregon
ers I.ooi.7s; ducks, $2a3; geese, s6,
turkeys, live, 10. ivs '
Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 6a7c; undei
00 lb3 44c; sheep pelts, io7oc.
llulter. .tlrpfrnn rancu .rnmA... -s.-
f- t H-V ,.' -"u,"v-'l 540
.-.ivj. uuy, 5j5; lairio good, 2o(a)2?,
i-neese .Uregon full cream, 30.
c-KKs.. urcgon, zzjc per doz.
SAN FRANClbCO MakKET.
San Francisco, Nov. 10.--Wheat, May
Wool..Oregon choicc.loiic; inferiors
7c, valley, boc.
Hops Quotable at6c for new.
Potatoes--2o3oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 1.05(0)1.20.
Wheat.. 690 per on., market firm.
Hay. .Baled, cheat, S 00; timothj 9 oo
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.90; retail
4.00; bran, bulk 1 1.5012.50; sacked, 12.00,
shorts, 12.5013.50j chop feed, n.oo
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chickcns,$l. 80 d
Hogs.. Dressed, 23.
Live Cattle.. I ji2.
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Wool.. Best, I2c.
Butter.. Best dairy,
20c; fancy creamer)
Farm Smoked Meats Bacci, 6cj hams
9c; shoulders, 5c.f
Potatoes.. 10c perbu.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I
Lucas County j M
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partndr of the firm of F. T. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said Arm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannet be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6thkday Jof December, A. D.
I , .. A. W. Gleason,
j Seal. J- Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh CureVis taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
F. J. Cheney;& Co., Toledo, O
tySold by Druggists,
1 : T. F-r
AN'cectablcPrcnaratton Trip A;.
llng the Stomachs nndBoVi-cls of
ncss andRcst.Contalns ncllhcr
Not Narc otic.
Harm Seed -(lanfud
tion. Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca,
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
Pac Simile Signature of
exact copy or wrapped.
IS ON THE
Oastorla is put tip In one-site bottles only. It
is not sold la bulk, Don't allow anyone to sell
yon( anything else on the plea or promise that it
is just as good' and "will answer OTery pur
poie." -Be that yoa get O-A-B-T-O-BA-A.
stalls SjX s1Ts . j lies
i r cfnTC j iv
V!,,lHilVi?i?5?.a?ia' 300-0?5 c.ures Pi5To Its power to dostroy ttodeslro for tobaeoo In any
JSff?;Ii0:i?"520 la tho5roatest nerve-food In iho world. Jlanr (tain 10 pounds In 10 dan ai
?S"i Send orourjklet'-lionjt Tobacco tplt nnd hmoke YMrUfbXwaT," w?ltwS3rarftMSSd
you will be do
D. J. FRY, Agent, - Salem, Oregon.
For Infants and Children.
A FUh Story.
Frank Vinton and others caucht a S09
ound sturceon at Asotin. Wash., and
made the line fast to a young tree standing
10a me snore. Later, wben they went to
draw the bin flab, they found It had es-
Keaped by pulling the tree up by tho roots
nd taking over 80 feet of small rope along.
Dairy and Creamery,
Professor Dean of tho Ontario Acri
.cultural college, speaking of tho diiler
enco between cheese and evanorated
Bilk, says: "Tho difference botween
.theeso and evaporated milk is chiefly
this the former contains but three 01
pviz, -, ,.ier about 31 per cent; fat, CI per
nt; eatein, 31 per cent, and about 7
iperccntof lactic ucid.ash.ctc.whilo th(
raporated milk has also tho milk sugar,
pmcli in chpcsemaking passes off i the
jMiey, and a varvintr nniount of water
Atiil ill KHTnA nncoo ..n.. ..-n. ,1
.u wi.nira vauc augur,
Si-ientiCufhiiseiHakersiit tho exn&i-i
tncbtttutinni 1 i"-. tr. i. f ,.;.,,nn !,
,w-'e can 1 e made without rennet and
fist this will Lo dono in rtnnrRB of timfl.
"W'ih how they aro not prepared to say
'hot nth lllim't pftl,r millr ciwm.
0 he Una; If von want it tn n-et m-earn
CIO for bttrriTinkliir. iln lint aerntait
this makes tl). cream hard to get out
A milk- Milk that i8 clcan docs not
,ed aeratio?! f,r 1,lUnr n.nlrinr nnr.
ISeS. But If Vmi noil tlw rt.illc or1 mnni
Bet the best nrinua fn-r nnm awnti
mticle without any food flavors or cowjr
Wore, then aerato it.
Dairy Instructor Ball advises all cream-
es 10 put in apparatus for nasteurk-
o or sterilizing tho cream before they
'"u u. This Is drmo in Finnish rrrnnm.
"3 and COnRHflltaa ro vanenn T.l.1,
wish butter is.considered the besfethat
Mix together tho bulky and concen
rated foods in proper nrorjortion.
Th0 CO-Onprntt-o nnmn.. nonrn .
purely successful in Denmark. There
' "ver 1,000 such creameries in that
OUtry flt Tirpnf sunt, .-H. o mom.
nb.ip rangincr from 10 to 100.
ffish fanners start a creamery by
"umg tliemselves Into an association
00. OOrrOWinL' ranilol n Y,a I'nlnf so.
?rt5" f the memhorf.. Then thtfv bnild
l rre:J?,c'ry and Bet Going. No mom-
IS allm.Vwl in !., it ..1.44
onlu e fro,n debt- A executive
.wmittCO is atinoinfpil nnsfsHnir of
firman, recretary, treasurer, auditor
aa director- a .L 1 ' .. i.
r . and he and the executive commit-
,VL act aI1 the business and run the
"oery without nnVmi(nr n h
' It n inTiTrS
The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting between W. A. Hamilton &
John Molr under the firm name of
Hamilton & Moir is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims due to
said firm to be naid to V. A. Hamilton.
Any bills against said linn will be paid
by each one paying one-half. W. A.
Hamilton continues the bulsness.
W. A. Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1890.
Man in Oregon
would purchase his
ticket via the Burling
ton Route to Omaliu,
Kansas City, St.Louis,
Chicago and all other
southern and south
eastern cities, if he re
allzed how comfort
able, how fast, how
safe Its service Is.
Nothing better any-
For tickets, apply to
any railroad ticket
agent. For Informa
tionjabout rates and
EAST AND SOUTH
Second crops of strawberries are in
bloom in Coos county, and are prom
ising, though they may be nipped.
Very often Nature needs only a little
heln to eet over an obstruction. When
a boom of logs is floating down a nver,
all goes well until one single log strikes
something and sticks. Then there's a
"jam" and trouble. It is just so in
the progress of food through the diges
tive organs. Everything goes well till
something sticks. Then the process of
digestion stops. That's indigestion. Un
less the impediment is removed, poison
ous putrid matter begins to accumulate.
There's a "jam" constipation, and
trouble. Sick headache, biliousness,
sleeplessness, vertigo, heartburn, loss of
appetite these are some of the symp
toms. Just a little help at the appear
ance of the first one would end tue
trouble. Nature is a hard worker, but
she needs assistance if too much be put
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets offer the
best and simplest method for furnishing
this assistance. They are prompt and
very effective in their action, but they
are not strong nor severe. They causo
no violent wrench of the system. They
go right to the " log " that is fast and
loosen it. Nature does the rest. By and
by. with a little care in dieting, Nature
will do it all. That's one great advant
ace of the " Pleasant Pellets " ovei the
many strongly cathartic pill'-)0" ?
not become a slave to their use They
really cure the trouble they are meant
to cure. Even the worst kind of chronic
constipation disappears who .
k Si. Paul Ry.(
HXN.i'NfilEAPOLIS " 1
! PAUL' ,
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V jr vliRl
r UM UHKCESH
U CITY X. Jtt$5
i o w a fcV m
Southern Pacific Ccvj
California Express Train Run dahy between
Portland and San Francisco.
8:50 p. m.
11:00 p. m
.1 Lv, Portland r-Ar. (8:
. Lv Salem,-- Ar. 1 6:1
1 J Ar- S. Frisco Lv. j 7:1
00 a. m
00 p. m.
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wocdburn, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jefierson, Albany.Tangent Shedds, Halsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City.Eugene, Creswell,
Cottage Grove, Drain,) and all stations from
Uoseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
roseburc mail daily.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseb'g lv.
I North I
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET BLEEPERS
and seccnd-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
7:30 a.m. I Lv.
12:15 p.m. j Ar.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
GLANCE ATI HIS MAP-
Of the Chicago, ".Milwaukee "and kSt. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul andOraaha,
and remember when going east that its trt'ns
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car lieithhas an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above jux.
minus accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail
road office will give yon further information,
or address . '
C. J. EDDV, General Agent,
J W. CASEY", Trav. Pass. Agent.
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS KHinvtui cyac
' Ci or7,lnntn'l',Blel"nM.'yCod
fl bT Atiau' 4 Mhr Kicmw and Indu-
crvtiona !. v .; -w
fit a sn&a for itady, LaitaeM or XDArria
I 01 Jean. nd
frmnt lounltr nd OoosattKloo II
SJnrand Hcu COKE wl i t all otojra taO. la.
Krtopon hartn tba gannlm ijax Tablet. TLr
t' J'TIOV. Some deslgnlBir dealtft It. col . eBrBj tuoU odi and will core 70a. Wa al
l ""1' ' " .. 1? . n. pl.ir.'i Pel. rZ.1.1.. r,i.n nranua ta affect a can In aach
'ermlt &! customer! """ fiu I JfBBditamoaai. I'rlca 60 oanti r paciaa,pr
:t becauK inferior p IU afford G P' , SSitSi Ttlaataienll lor JitfT dTiialj:la
art tuppUed with whal )-oa
Such dealer are short sighted Tnej ";"; luiTwrTrn'r; vipoa nnli ot priee. Urealar tn.
the fact that next lime you w. -" - , KXAX REMEDY CO., '
wuu yt ua, jw .-
45 p.m. I
75 P. m. (
Ar. McMinville Lv
8:25 a. m.
5:50 a. m.
to nil points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SKINNER. Agent, Salem.
-EP, ROGERS, Asst. G. F. & P. A.,
gijr3 Portland, Or.
R. KOEHLER Manager.
REMAN b ALWAYS T1IE SAME. ii
The finest, pnreat and moat beaut!
J jmp toilet, powaer ever mauo.
oothluif. heallor. healthful
harmleaa: and when rlehtlf used 1 A
Jutlalble. If you have never tried FA
yoa do not know what an IDEAX, f
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