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LEWISTON TEI LER.
THE
CITY ANo COUNTY OFFICIAI PAPI R
Th* TELLUR hat the large*! eireulalwn o)
snv paper tn North Idaho.
Till KS1MŸ.........................PUB. 10. Kf
BOW TO TELL AGES.
There is a pood deni of amusement in
the following magical table of fipur s.
It will enable you to tell how old the
younp ladies are. Just hand this tabli
to a younp lady and request her to tell
in which column or columns her ape i»
contained, and add tnpcthei the figur.i. at
the top of the columns in which In r ape
is found, and you hase (lie preit secret.
Then, suppose her ape to he s. vi lit* eo.
you will find that number in the first and
filth columns ; add the first figures ol
of these two columns :
Uereis the magic tabh
1
2
4
8
16
32
3
3
8
9
17
33
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6
6
10
18
34
7
7
7
11
19
35
9
10
12
12
20
30
11
11
13
13
21
a 7
13
14
14
14
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M,S
15
15
1.5
15
23
:jb
17
18
20
24
24
40
19
19
21
25
25
41
21
22
20
20
42
23
23
23
27
27
43
25
2C
28
28
28
44
27
27
29
29
20
45
29
30
30
30
30
40
31
31
31
31
31
47
33
34
3 ti
40
43
48
35
35
37
41
40
49
37
38
38
42
50
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39
39
39
43
51
51
41
42
44
41
52
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43
43
45
45
53
53
45
46
40
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54
54
47
47
47
47
55
55
49
50
52
50
50
50
51
51
53
57
57
57
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54
54
68
53
58
65
55
55
59
59
59
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60
60
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The
Shoshone Journal
s.iys
The
Nevada annexation
movement in
Idaho
Territory is
has*d upon the proposed cut
ling off of North Idaho, mid in
-IH-Ii a
contingency
it will
have
more
weight
than on the first giant« at the prnpm-i
tion. Hon. H. W. Smith pare his views
in the Journal of a recent issue, and has
been roundly criticised for agitating the
tuatter. The let ling of the people of
Idaho is very largely against anne xation
to Nevada, hut the politicians see brig 1 *!
and cheerful prospects in gaining early
admission to the uni .n of slates. Tin re
is no use to disguise the fact that with
the low of North Idaho, the "Getu of
the Mountains" must face this pri.lilnii
seriously and make the In st of In r posi
tion. The discussion of this grave ques
tion should be without prejudice. It is
not yet a vital issue and may not bo for
some time, but it may be forced into
prominence at any moment. The Jour
Hat Was in great demand at the capital
to get Mr. Smith's views, and the discus
sion while earnest, Las been carried on
in good feeling.
Washington, Feb. 1. — Senator Mile
hill of Oregon today submitted an
elaborate report from the committee on
transportation mates to the sea boards,
declaring its belief that the interests ol
the people of the Pacific Northwest im
peratively demand the speedy completion
•f the works at the mouth of the Colnui
bia, and the canal ami baits upon the
cascades of the Columhia tivi r; and it i*
rccomuieudcd that a ''liberal annual up
propriatiun ba made therefor, and that
the work of constructing a railway »round
The Dalles and the G liln tails of the
« Columbia river, and of blasting open the
contracted waterway, so as to secure
navigable water, sin utd be entered upon
without delay by the United St.,t,» gov
eminent, and your couuuittee therefore
recommends that it be done without fur
ther preliminary survey or report, and
that an appiopriatiou of §5 III,Util) be
made at the present session of congress
for euch purpose.
Washington, Feb. 1.—The confer
Tees on the lid tor. peal the | re empli t.
• nd timber cullue laws, and am. tel iff
homestead law, held a meeting this
morning, but made no progrès. They
will hold another meeting dming thé
Week. The main purpose of th- uie.is
ure, namely, to prevent acquisition of
more than one hundred and sixty ueies
of government land by any one claim ml,
aud that only by actual residence, has
favorubly pass. il upoo by both h-uses,
but them is difference of opinion in re—
•pec» to some of the details. An iin
pression prevails that nothing will I,..
done with the measure this »• * j, n. At
the meeting the house i. uI'yi,, t » »re re
ported to hav • openly charged th. ir
fellows of the Senate with acting in bail
faith, and with unwillingness to com
promise difference.
The experiment of taking the iat k. t
off .. 0 eight iuch gun was sinivs-lnlly
^performed at the Washington Nav>
jngfard a few days ago. Such a thing «a»
■fever required and never attempted in
thi^country befurs. Largo steel gun.»
* re Jk« made in one solid pi. ce now as
thej^Lmricrly were. The ground word of
• carman is one !<»n;r luhe ol tint vu* >r^
than ouelHl' the diameter thaï tin* fini h
ed eonmm will have. This luire i.»
strengthened by jackets and lumps, which
It the tube so closely that the joints are
Inner than a solid casting would be.
These iackets are simply other tub.ai of
larger b< r* pressed down over the inner
tube. Thejpare put on red hot, and in
•be cooling shrink so tightly ,, H to L.
èqpol to »solid piece of uictal.— Ex. j
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Seal
the
County Indebtedness.
The warrant debt of Alturas county,
exclusive ol** accrued int. r, *t, ir. S——M.
hS2.HU. llotidni d* ht interest »aid.
$ HI.000. T* til d hr, <1 »oiitg amt
bonded, 8203. 522.HO. HsUnee in
treasury, $20.909.41.— Idaho World.
Altutas county is ptineip: lit a ni'tiinp
c lutny «linse tai ible pr- petty is small
compared with its population. It will l*c
a slrupple before that county pets out of
d* ht unless by a heavy I* vy upon the
pmp<rty of the county. Tbs iiprieu -
tural counti's are the counties to he
depended upon for steady r Venne. I
Alturas county owes umre th in doe« the
territory and yet it wants to have more
say in the lepisl attire for the territory
titan any other county save Ada,
PORTLAND. Jail. 31. -I. T. Marelli,
the Wester*) Union telegraph opi ratoi at
Oak Point, on the lower Columhia, was
drowned on Saturday while in a small
skiff. On Friday Marelli was ordered
to repair the telegraph line b tween
Oak Point and Astoria. Upon return
ing, after having made the repairs, ami
when nearly opposite the Westport
clianni ry the small craft was struck by a
s j no 11 und upset, Marelli ami a com
patiioti m.tiled Cundiff succeeded in cling
ing to the b*e,it, A lew moments later
Man ili lost bis hold an<l disappear'd
beneath the waves. C imliff succeeded
n reaching the sln*r>* in an eilratisted
condiiiou. The deceased leaves a wile
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On S.ittilday night between Alkali and 1
the Dalles tile Wjnd blew out the II une !
of the locimmive head igl.ts and ligi. s
in lanters when they were exposed in I
open air. The road was obstructed by
sain' drifts all of the way Imui Willows
to Blalock, a distance ol H 'Ventcfn miles
The entire stretch was u t covered, but
there wi re drifts in places along, in some
instances three to four feel deip_ The
only way to get through was to shovel
the sand f rum till' truck ini' 4 push iiIu miI
font by foot, the road closing in In hind
the train as last as it lymvcd on. Parts
ol the road had to bu cleared four times,
— Union.
A (Tiiehago minister arose in his pul
pit the other Sunday und started out to
read the Biblical narrative of I lie creation
ot the first woman The ihaptu Legan >
ut the top of tbo second column of the
page und extended over into th* in-xt
pug*. Ill tinning the teal his lever* nee
lilted one page too many, and, not in tic
mg the mist like, mid what he supposed |
11 be the conttnuiince of ihe at. ry which j
he hud chor.cn Io, bis t, xt. "Se G.al j
mude wi lining" rend the good nn'n, turn- j_
ing the leuris, "urnl lie uiinle it of g. phi r j
wood; filteen dibits lung lie iiimle it, mid ;
it wus pitched within und without.''— Ex.
"B boy«, I t n I visit dot ymt sb mid
keep gniii; any mit dot lg- y Eis -uheiiu
some mine."
"Vhy linier, I; ey wa» a wer ry nice
young man."
"Dot is werry drue; but you don't lofe
Igiy truly, ui.il pesi I, s der g»s pi.Is vas
higher us dey vhs i'i.r Two
y* u 'us keeping g mpauy mil Moses
S< hoetl*llstllilt. You I-.fi ll Moses more
Igey. D it p as pill In ver tails. I
dink il vus better id you ke. p g-.inpiny
mit Mos s. Times is pooiy hard
Merchant 1 l ot i h r.
vint, r» vile j
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i'.i, « 1 • » • ill-* w.»n«'»iiu v aid t i;t of* its
Imli-oii C tiidlufii s *Kiv, »nd b»nk ar<>uud
for Hssri.oinw so ;rs to ii.tkkt* an earl\
priii :? Mj mvs it »1»» «"
"\\ lint ur»* you t.iiki:»L r «K* ut ?" mid
of
papa to i ht* litt!» hny. "It is a ground |
hoy that coin .s out of its hole not a ruu.
''Will, ain't sau-aje iiround ho^ ?''
and t he little one went off on hi.« roller
abates aa though sh t «»ut of a y un,
le unjtlh* Id man to w- rr over the
ioMpieiu punster in an- ih r r >peot»hie
taunly. •
.per ..(Sector it tl.-x any o.h r e,mr. of
ll-tico. I KI1*»W in.- justice ot L»uilials, I
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Sim Jones soys: "If I wmt.d to get
good squire ju Uni *nt on something I ;
bud don , I li .d r oh* r go to u n.-Ws ;
piq
ju .
• htir purity anil integrity of th ir
m tims. I know thut th v pr .ft * into
nien's ehur.iet- rs. No in mi wh. .s- ch.ir
«■•lit i» pur.* n.-td f.»r nil tin- press in
Am rie». Tin- way to he safe from so
e.tll.-d m-wsps, era iitiuiks is to be u
('Ini linn. The reporters »re the host
di trctivc ti ree in thi» conn ry. They
have brought more er m mils to iu-tu-.
"t d nuseiur. il more shame than all I »"
a.eneies o .mhii *d." |
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I.i> ington, M. T., Feb. 2 —The P.i-! "
eifie Was wrecked seventy five mil s eust- '
ol this cit, hyuhrokm rail on Tu .-day. j
The engine and mail car passed ou r safely
hut the baggage express and emigrant j -"•
ears and one first class Couch left ,h*
track unit wn re precipitated over the etu
hank ment. I'urrunati Iv none of the
passengers were injured and s fire tint
st.irti d in the wrecked ears was »ul du d
with.ii.t d- ing much damage.
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A telegram to the Urigo/itan reads us
follows:
8 an Francisco, Jan 28.—A . ireulm
forwardid to tin» city l..r di«tritoin .ii l,\
rile Knights ol Laie.r of W.isliingt. ii
Terril* ry, static th it in S. Attic mu,
women and chi'dred lire und. I t. I pr..
cure tile iteeessiiti'« ol lilt*, and Working- . v
men are cuiitioiied to ket p away r f"!m!
lllat citj f«.r at lca^t two uictiih^.
I» MÜvitnco of tin» r«c*»ii»t of th • !
Seal t le pap rs we take it for grant d tint 1 ll
the dispatch is a ' Tacoma Ile."— Union, j
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Salem, Or., Feb. 3. — Gov, IVunoyer
made a sensation yesterday by arlidmp
to the lepislatur ■ a me*»»ge reciting that
tin* n w Isisrd of school land cotuuiissiotis
mposedot hims 1, Secretary of Hlat.
McBride and Treasury W* bb, w* ; re "f
opinion that the pr.ater pi*ft of th"
swamp land entrés Were illegal and that
tile IkciT'I tiad s'lopted a rule sbuitinp
• til all but urinai s.*tt| rs; 565,000 air s
sr** thus ru ed nut, the greater part of
whh.il is chiime*) hv II C. Owm
Til.* proj ftg,itnt • have refeiv, d le'lers
l'r**lli Calliolie tiiis»i*uiaries it) Uganda,
Africa, in w hieh is relw.d th<* »u-ry of
the tnassaere ol leilivt* ehrUtians there.
The writ r says King Mouauga na» litly
diseovi r. d a s* rrant »Untying a eat. eh—
i»m, and being greatly inrag.d caus' d
tin* death of oue l.uiidr d uegn converts.
Most of the victims were homed alive.
M manga, the missioHan* a a.iy, vows he
will destroy all the Christiaus in his
kingdom.— Ex.
New York, Feh. 1,—In an interview
regarding the interstate committee hill,
Jay G odd said. "Congress may have a
right to regulate commerce between be
states, hut it can have no right to dele
gate lit authority to the commission that
th** hill establish *s. I believe IItirf view
will he*liiuiiitained by the courts when
the. (|tieslion entries betöre them. Il
railroad companies closely follow the law
it will be repealed within six mouths."
A well posted d mocrutic politician at
the capital announces the campaign for
two years hence, with Uncle John Hailey
as governor, and Governor Stevenson as
th" candi la e for tlm delegate in con
|gr,'ss. It is currently reported that all
ui ai lottery in the hands ol these two
print.'lint officials is b ing Worked for
(his wl—Shoshone Journal.
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It is said that jack rabbits ship] ed
f "" u Gieg.. n and Idaho to Chicago turn
up in the markets as canned chicken, and
are shipped buck as such. This is a east*
in which alleged "chickens come home
t" roost."— World.
Examine your canned chicken; if it
crows aloud it is good.
During the big wind storm Saturday,
nine Chinamen were kiiled in Bennett's
camp eleven miles west »I the Cascade
tunnel, by treis which Were upr nted by
the gale Many others wire badly
Wounded. At Hunt's camp, lour miles
further Wes', four while tn n were badly
Union.
> jnreii by hilling trees
A n. w wheat e .inraet h is been pr -
par'd, ilinlsr IItl.-o.ices of the hoard f
trul*. Il i» li.nilill led so as to do aw .y
villi cvcrv ohj elion herelofltre urged,
A |iri , vW ,; n j, , tht . rililr „„ (1 ..... ..... y
„, b , ClllllriH , () wilh Hhu |, (ur „ ish
lrilI ,s |Mirmiioli , ac . iliti , g l(> . 0l .,. j as7
j_ j , urill il
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Dispatch.-s fnnii Otiawu, C.umd.i, sey
•*■ '* I'-ngl.m.l Ins primus- d to send gun
bo its to nid in giur'ling the C.iionii.io
fi«li, ries. B pr »dilative Kawl. r, of III
inois, in view of tliis f.iet, introduced u
res* Intimi to day, urging the president
to say what coast d di ns.*s we need.
Washington, D. C.. Feb. 3.— Th.
Senate has confirmed the nomination ut
Win. G. Langford to b * associate j .slice
ot WasliingtoD Territory. The nominu
ti*.n of J. P. He. Iv, of Vancouver, to be
p..s* trad r at F. ri Coeur d'Ai. n.. Idaho
i> C 'tifinti 'd
W.fshiu t n. F l» i —Th - <*. »mmitt
on tt in«|i<*rfatinn f»v«»r fht* »ppr •priatio
of ^'iifO.TOO for a sfiip nil ' av at Th
D ill s and it is b ln-vrd ih it that .uamuir
appropriated by ihe pr<»*ot con.
oruss.
ni» rmnj
He drunk tuo much ut dinn-r the d y
I ç J
Deiore.
riij di Smith, now in Washington.
mvs t lint Judge Dillon, coui.W'l of th<
I liion Purifie, b is lleei'l* ) th lt the 0. li
A N. cannot lie leased until the On goo
legislature grunts uurhurity.
Jjn - S1 —Buy Blond B Innmt, s- n of
August Belmont of N Y., committal
suicide by »hooting himself this
»" it.
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*h re is stmug op|»s>ition to the 0.
" » hase lull, e. ining principally
" ' b " ( > r ' " ifil - I B '"I •*•
(»I.VMPIA. W. T, F h. 3—The
U'lormne court has ih i-id d the Woman
-"• Tra » w une.«stiiuli..n*l
AUSTIN. T x~h. T-U-.agun is
loot. .1 a, a U. S. Squalor. The choice
W.suia.le un initiions,
Tile rain f ills alike upon the ju»t and
the unjust, exo-pt when a fellow liv.-s in
a leaky house. Jt alwavs rains hard- rin
a leaky house than it does out of doors.
The Nevada legislature has passed an
act e ns-tiling to ree* ive Id ho or unv
"ther territory that cotigress might annex
London. Feb. 3.—All tin* E iropeun
goV'Tiinie* ts are actively and opeuly pre
paring for war,
Indianapolis. I ml., F«-b. 3._
Turpi . d Hiocrat, is ehuted to the U. S
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Ji0laf J r l*0t>HC «nd
ItANOEVILLE - -
All la. nev. promptly „UBdeg to.
A. Tl. CJO. DON,
JuMIre «r
the Peace.
IDAHO.
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The TeLLKA office job department is
always prepared to c»ei ute any and ail
kinds of job w**rk of the latest styles
and desipns tr> in a vi-itinp card to a
three sheet poster, consisting of L tt>r
j Hund», Note II ■«<)«, Hill H ails, Hiate
! nien's. W, tiding Stock. Holpes, Order
j ,,f IVim-cs. Invitations, J'roprainnies,
| Tickets, M. mh. rsh p Card», Vi-itinp
s (',,,1, Btfin* ss Cards, Circulars, Kovel
d
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•pes, Pamphlet». I ,»h. Is, Shipping lags,
posters, I) ollg* rs, legal B. inks. Book
W* rk, K* «•* ipt B*s*ks, Checks, Funeral
N' tiees, M* timing ('unis. Mourning Kit
•t lope, (iive a» a call and We will eun
vinee you that th* Teller Book ami
Job Office wid execute as tim* w**rl> at it
m eh up as can be obtained on the
Paeifie Coast.
Oregon Kidney Tea Cures ai. Kidn**y
troubles.
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Oregon Kidney Tea is nature's own
uuiedy.
Excitement in Southern O'egon
Great excitement has been causad in
the vicinity of Umpire City by there
markable curt of Juni s Curtis, who has
been suffi ring from Kieney disease for
six years He had become entirely
helpless and wus given up to die by nd.
Four packages of the Oregon Kitlie y
Tea restored him to complete health and
vigor. For sale by all druggists. Hin-ll.
Heitshu & W-Midard wholesale agents. 3
A LEKPTH I.ESNIltH. ma!» miser»! le by
that iambi« e< ugh s bi) b - cure is the leiue
v ti.ryiu- emu ! J 1 r- lb..lay
1 HAT HAC KING COUGH can lie si. quick
y oureil by bniotb's lu I o W« guuran.ee it.
Ear sate by Mr. J. <g. Ntexley.
CATARRH CUiüill, beulth im.l ivie
breuth seeurtai, by suil.ib's Cututrb LeuieJy
I'liae 5-1 oeut*. N..»ul inject - *r tree, tur »me
ut Ur. M x.ey
SHILOH'S VITALIZKR is whut you nee.l
lor Cuustiaaii .n, Loss .1" .Vpaiite. i-uziness, a a
ill »yui|.i'itu» ot Uyseeesiu Prme III a..a To
eenis |>er botiia. Ear aula ut M .»ley's.
WILL VOLT SUE K E K with H.v»pee»iu iiD'i
L iver I nuipi liait ,»hil..b'u Viiuiuer iu gu»r
Hhteeiito cure you for au e by In. .Mosley
F--r Ismo buek, tiiie or eheet, use hilob's
I'orous luster. Prioe 2 * cents .it .VL-xiey's.
'Hit.Ull's CuUHIl unit onsuiiiptiiin i'uit
is sol.l l.y us on a guur .utee. it eure» t'..i.
»uuiptiim For su e lit .Moxioy'« ilrugrt .re,
CROUP, M'lllJOi 1NU I Ol'tiII »n i Broi.
eiiitis iniiueiiiiitely rein veil t y is.-iiuU's i uie
E.*r ba.« at lir. .Moxley'a.
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flJHI Hi« Htl.BM.
Piles i»re f Iv pr» pi-e' c i hy a soîibc
ol wri_ht iu ihe b,»eh, loins und ffwpr pnri »»1
• he abdomen. r»iu.»in k ' the |>»finit t<» *upp< ce he
hae «Min»' atfocti>*D *•! the Kpln. js »»r ueijhh'-i
ms: ori<a..«. A. tirn. i* .■<> rapti'Dif« ot in<iLeHii"ii
a»p present, fl »t*i enc> iiiie,»eu •»! n e ■*! tu
»ehe. ete. A ttioiMiirt iiwe per-pir >ti>»n. pr tiue
iti>4 h ve>ry ili i^reeai le ilffriML' nïter
»•ariu i- a t—uim n at(> ndaoi U in 1 . .
f .i'(i itthiijf he- >i«Ad at rn*» ts- .ji> h *
H
up
a n. rc i
and
•♦*cm>o ;* p» rtii.vUf ut c«irt 1'n. e
<trcMt, i he hr. B»»« *« k « .Vl- lio u
U Saji«i uy M .xlfjf. Hip IfUC^.st
n \ iii> i n'i:s
" bii»* m"iicy ii* cl(»9t*, wae'"
1»»W, GX pGMHt'8 rill (li«l lit fill i|<) v
Im»us( 'iiv flu w;tt<
Mother» bead ..tf |)i>**toi ImN,
kt epUlU ill th* tiouril», ,k h(>! t b
('»'U^li and S>rup. ''t- ps .1
C..Uk?h inst '»nt I , ieiiv*> « «m.MUoptioü, cur>>
Cî-'iM» and pain in toe (.Tit at in one ui^ht.
It i 1 * jurit tb* iviuedv tm bur l turns Vrio*
M)eiw, an I .^1 00. Samptue tree. Sold b\
Dr. .1, ÀI oxley.
PARHLK» AM) Mill lUX'f*.
S:»ve iDMuev pu-j l 1 ctf>r hill«. Rel eve v nr
mothers.
» I » r B '8o.k<»'8
kn-.w teiin* y t..
Br n -h 1 1 riflecti
or >up in n »
(i'll lw 8 P
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I »lieves «d.ibhen »«
/•v yt»u hutnireiU u
-ample« free
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
The édition for 1887 ol' the sterling Medical
Annual, known m H.»«fetter's Almanac, it
now ready, slid may be obtained, free of cost.
Of druggists and geiu rul country dealer in all
r »arUi of the United States, Mex ico, and indeed
n every civilised portion of the Western
Hemisphere. TbU Almanac has been issued
regularly at the commencement of every year
for over oue-llfih of a century. H combine«,
with the souudest practical advice for the
preeervatiou and restoration of health, a large
amount of interesting and amusing light read
• u Ki ami the calendar, astronomical calcula
tion«, chronological items, Ac., are prepared
with great care, and wi»l be lound entirely
,. The V* 8Ue »f Hvstetter*« Almanac
for 1887 will urobably be the largest «Million
of a medical work ever published in any
country. The propriet«»rs,Messrs. Hostetler
A Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., on receipt of a two
cent stamp, willforward a copy by mail to
anv person who cannot procure one in tail
•WfhliArhnnil
Or. gnu KiJu'.y Tea L n.ituru'a u«w
r m.'ily.
Orngun Kiln >y Toa is fur sain by ui
Jruggists.
Oregon Kitlney Tea cures all KiJuey
rouules.
LUMBER ■'STA.El.r)
On fifth 81 , helnw Uaym >n i House*
Will keep oil hand all kind» of
J.tunber,
Cumin. m lumber $18, per tl)uu«ani.
4 1 .r.ler» left with I It Vt.n .m., in Lewist.i,
wiii he pr imp'l.v dllcl.
John Il/miGer. .LuArhton,
27 if.
ar> live at home au » m ik, in r<- ui<m
« at w " k t• »r ns», t' an at anythin
lue m th w ml. < liV-t.l n-.t ne •.
• ; you at« *Tdrtrd 1 res- ; Bot srxv*
li ».'••* Vn "n$ on d>> the w-iri;.
e«rni'igs au e ir m fir-t o art. (' »»t «
■ •u*fii and trrmsj fr»*e. B* U r n »• *ie iv. ••<-•
\ u nothing t • M?»*d un y«.iir ad im»« and fi
out: if «nu hip vise vu aid <1 . s • at ••ucv
H. li a t lav A Co . Portland. M tine
I Adds M mm, tort those who write I»
CNL.rnrtleod, Moioo.wtll rooeioe
f»*w, fail infrirmeltni «boni work wM«h
ren <•*». 0 »mI I*reel honi«,ih«t will p*j
Th* he»t W . s ,.n the he*t Farm Hack -
K.I CRU» au. I liuck B . ir l» m .....facture I i
C»u bu tM.ught of C. D. Fleming, sr. nt f..r
î Frank Hr. ut. Iu.|.le...e..t t'u., fur I,.Il 1 .. 11 .-y
j thaa M any oli.tr huuae iu Idaho. 27-tI
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THE «RAPE (TKE.
SA « " lUU-A
in erica
Without the Expense of a Eu
ropean Journey.
I 1 he erystaUlrcl salt, in* ol.taiiifl it) n eure
sott» tr**tn g- lies ii|* i ll ee fruit, in a |.< it«*
, h *-. pa! -t , 1 * 1 » . -'in- 'e t.-ri.t. lee n or pi'e-et.te t
; ti* the vie lie "I ni rie* i-tin g i nOst r.vnlv
j «III Hi mo lire I I ..it. pair■ el r f the over and
I re. li st r nl the I. we.--tut* nalurul
: Ul ter I'
III' AI. TU AMI NU KV II V.
Kminent phveieiani ci>»im thi« uch ero
m *nt a n* w era in the allied «cein'e of roedi*
eine, as it furnishes the hi t«»d with its nafura
sallies that are lost or eliuiicattd every day. 1
SAL - HOSGATELLE
A POSITIVE NATURAL
Sick-Ucadache and
D\&pepsia Cure
Pnl-Vnsratelle ia Vature's own pr*»-uct It
siippii"» tu the 8\ stum the want »f «ound* ripe
srapes and fruit; it is fho simplest ane best
preventive >• n«I eure for ail fui ctunal derange
mente r t the liver and its kii.died ailments*
preven's the uh*«»rp inn nî iiiularial di"eases—
'evo s "f til km is* countermds ihe effects of
had air, p-or drainage and impure water; a
p werfui nxy izer ol the b ond; a natural spo
cifie for all skin eruptions, sick headache-, bii
li i.isneHs, n-'rv'Uriit. .»a, m»-nia'. depressi'.'ii, and
wi'l rem *ve the elh ot« *»f ueoiih ntai ih«liges
ti«.n »r in eX'-evnive eating an i drinking !l ve
it in \ ur f t in. 8 und on y >ur trnve.s. It is a
-ja-cilic tor the tagged, weary **r warn out.
Prepared hy the
London 8al 3lt scatcllk Co,
LONDON, KNULAaVD.
Beware • f imir.ifi >ns The genuine in "blue
• nlv.
2 LVV 8et.ll t.-ruiieuthr L. G E VANHVITUII.
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— > O X -ALi't AT— .
fACXLEY'S d'üü STORE,
"<> l. w toa, Irtah ..
aaaMMllll4W-ruv -
aw Y E At ^3* IM USE.
Tho OrsstMt &'t. 'icw lJ t'rU iraph of the Agit
eYkie roiVis of a
TORPSÖ LIVER.
Loan of i: PIMM ItOs 1>»«VY els coat» vr, Pain la
Ihe head, with a dull sensation In the
back part, Puin uudrr the shoalAer*
blade* Fullness after eating, with adle«
Inclination to exertion ti body or mind*
Irritability «>f temper, Low spirits, with
a feeling of baring neglected some duty*
Weariness, Dirtiness, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, Headache
ewer the right eye, Restlessness* with
fllfuldmnih, l!ig Ut y colored Urine* and
CONSTIPATION.
flPfTTT'î* J'li.I.A are eapecially adapted
to such rase«, one «1-se effects such A
«hang • offen ing u ««to n «t ' »nUli the sufferer.
. They Increase the A i»petite,and cause the
b°dy t » Take on Flesh.t tu« the M«tem la
nourlshed.i * <1 byih ' Tonic Action oa
the ItigeetlveOt-tritne,Itrjr«ilarBtoolsare
yrotlnn 1 . pries y?r»e. •> l I»r«trr a|r Wtw.WI.Ww
TUTT 8 HÂÎOYE
Ghat Hair or Whiskers changed to a
Gloss r Black by a single application of
thin Due. It imparts n natural color, acta
Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists* or
tent bv exprcft « on receipt of |1,
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
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and Farm. Splendid premiums with the
Weekly Alta.
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oral agent lor Pacific ' ?Cn '
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Pacific Ky connect in Union Depot with tin»*«
ot the < hh'Htto Jk Norhtrn western Hy. 1°
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