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Or. Jr.' M'dUul Co, Xtth4t4t tnit, fiimnnnnttfittttUH n opprlrtuhl.- Jo .omintirdl.r.MlffV .M(ortiiTeynintiAiiy rt ,eu1lc.iwllM CfvtMertWfiUlott Hfillli lb ftvtlpf not Hint 11 wirt rM olpwilnl ihifn W licit nflf-bofVM r ,-"iu ranmnsiiin lie if MAiiiii.r.w.iiiYvtltM .j sometimes he tfotinl Imv ttve of mi ,.,... It ailngloday. wc vmfo MAt ,nti iii wifMQUf ti.trir; Anally our dru.rrtri tallte Nor CU M P IJ '" Wetrled f tlIo, and v-vl -& could peel hit I' . BCN.criTio omw rintr oou. We i ..! il.roo bottles una I am napprto mt the iilM VuJ ENTIrlELY CURED. We used no lur r medjr, and hl euro is complete. 11a U thousands -healthy. You art ftt liberty to uso ray name In roUHDINO THC fllAIIC at THIS VONDtHfUV icucoy. a c. iiiacoz, Agent FocUs EzjttM 09. IlMUngt, Nebraska, April Ob, IttJ, Dr. Miles Nervine. MOST CMTAIK CVMTtO HEADACHE, SETJEALOIAr KTBVOUB PE05- TEATION, DIZZINESS, BPA8M3, BLEEFLE88. DE8S, DULLNESS, BLTJESjiLua OPIUM HABIT, SOLD ON A POSITIVE OUARANYCC. TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT8. Hold lv D J Fry. druggist, Halem World's Fair, Chicago. calumet Avenue ana sgita Btreet. - Fireproof) 241 room.) near Fair Grounds; bathi on every floor. A mavlfHrt ee, -.. Vitwitia.fi lei tnea RiypnnCT'l'oKtivdar. nrat-class family PAnUilUrl hotel. Writo for circular. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CAKDS. P. II, U'AIiCV. OtrO.O.IIINOUAM. -. (AItrj.ntXTTft A ... n Inn J Booms 1. 2 uud it, IVArey Building. 141 Uiute street, bpuclal attention given to busi ness In tho supreme and circuit courts of the state. a ii R P. UOI3E. Attorney at inw, Kalem, Ore gon. uiiKe : commercial Bireei. mlLMON FOKD, Attorney nt law, Salem, j. iiregon. uiuco up stairs in ration diock H J. B1GQKH, Attorney at law.Salern, Ore gon. Olllce over Bush's bank. J J. 8UAW. M.W.HUNT. 8IIAWAUUN1 . Attorneys nt law. Office over Capital National bank, Balem, Oregon. ST. KI0UAHD3ON, Attorney at law Of , flee up Btalrslu front roims ol new Bush block, corner Commercial and Court streets, Salem, Oregon. JOHN A. OAlt-iON, Attorney at law,rootut 8 and 4, Hush bank building, Halem.Or. 11. K . BO WHAM. W. H. HOLMES llONHAM &. HOLMES. Attorneys at law JL) Office In Bush blocs:, between State ana luurt, on commercial street. M E. POGUE, Stenographer and Tjpe wiltest BesteaulDDCd typewriting of- fluo out one in Oregon. Over Bush's bank, Haiem, Oregon. QTKLLA BUEKMAN. Typewriting; and kO commercial stenography, mom 11, Gray block, flrst-clatmtfork. llates reasonable. bu. xxvv nr j.1 tu., JA. v., iiij.iwuu.nuuur . geon. office, Murphy blouk; residence, . f l1)-lll Kf t. h II UhirlitnHnilUll. tx, commercial street. TK.T O. HMIl'H. DeutlHt. VZ tiUle streot JL Salem, Oregon. Finished dental opera, lions of evory description. Painless loperu- tionB a specialty. WD. PUUU, Architect, plans, speclnca . tlons and superintendence for all classes ol buildings. Office 200 Commercial street, up stairs. c I . uuucavii aiuuucuii, iwm i-a-i, !- 1 TtUTm A ..I.L..I vk. Att tLt.tr- . quaua uuuaing, i'i.ri,iaua, uregou. P. J. LARSEN & CO., Manufacturer of Wagons, Cur riugea, etc. Repairing a Speolulty. Bhop45 9tatestrtot. puorEonoNLonaKNo. 2 a.o.u. w.- JT Meeu In their hull In State Insurance building, every Wednesday evening. A. W. DENNIS, M.W. J. A. 8EL WOOD. Recorder. Deutscher Advocat. POST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR. Admitted to practice In all the courts, special ultent on given to German speak ing people and bumnexs at the county and slate oHlces. E. HOKEU, Notary Public. Authorized Capital 500,000. CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Balem, Oregon. W". A. CU.HICK, Pros. W. W. MAIITIN. Vlct Pres. J. U.ALBEUT, Cashier. State, County and City Warrants bought at Par. aw MONEY TO LOAN Ou improved Ileal Estate. In amounts and time to sulu INo delay In considering loans. FEAR & FORD, Boom 12. Hush Bank block. 6 lZdv II P. M. CARS. 11 p. m. Cars leave Hotel and Postoffico dully for Asylum, rcuitciitiury aud Cemetery ou Capital City Railway. Car leaves 5 a. in , coHuect lay with Overlaud train, an cars leave Hotel every 20 minutes from 6:20 a. m. to 1 1 p.iu. fer all Mints en the lUes excepting Cemetery Car,Taken off to meet Passeauer Trains. Farm for Sale or Trade. On easy terms, four miles east of Sublimity, containing H7 acres- will trade tor propert In or near Balem. u. uovis, ubllrolty,Or. i Miwif ifim iaainrM.aiiiy.arai iihhbWIWWW HiaKMirfrlMTHttOONniHiUTlOfl O0X rt(ri ililfn AtmfMtn ff)(Mwrf HMft (KKikoiN find mil hi I nil jvmi lirtTo In Ilium, oyon your JncWkiilVPH," nl( Bluff CAptaln Jllnnolii) Vox nt tho t'rlncow. rink dnrlntf n BrtlvAllmi Annjr tnoollnii mio ovonlnt during nor ontnpfli(rn in ino city, Hlio wm rtAKinf ror Acouooiion. MtM Cox litvl lcon iollliftf In hor ilctirMltw ftnd oulnrlalnlfip; wny ftbout nnnjr work In Indln. wliorotho liiBfliCH drcfifl nnd livo nn tho iifttlvcn do, Thoy ortt H-itliotit othor UtotinlU tlinn those, primlliva ltnplotnontM. tho flngon. drink by pouring wiitor from n bowl Into their tnouthfl. if thoynlm fltrmgnt, (icwn tnoir ncckn othor wleo; sloop on mfttfl lrtld on tho floor And lmvo for bodfollbWH rnU., Hzrtrda nnd other clnrnniy reptiles, and nro startled In tho night by tho howlu of wild animals just outsido tho thin mnt doors of tho mud huts in which thoy livo. Such n lifo tho stnff cap tnin considered a protty hard thing, but oho loved tho Lord enough to en duroit. Thoro wore tears in many oyes whon Miss Cox told how, amid such hardships, thero wero thoso who ro, mained truo to their fdith, whilo in this blessed United States thoro woro people backsliding every day for tho most trivial of causes. Sho wondered how many of thoso who sat beforo hor and professed to bo Christians would bo willing to givo up their all and go to India to work for tho sal' vation of tho lowly natives. Sho thought thero would not bo many of them, but sho suggested, with charm ing ingenuousness, that while such wero the facts those who wero in her hearing could help the cause by giving of thoir substance. She noted tho fact that a collection was rather in tho nature of a sandbagging oper ation after the audience had been charged 10 cents a head to get into the rink, but she concluded to pass tho tambourines. It was then that sho said: "Put your hands down deep in your pockets and pull out all you have in them, even your jackknives." Thero was a substantial looking man with gray hair and sandy red beard who had peered interitly through platinum rimmed spectacles at the slender staff captain as she told about her hardships in India. He seemed much affected. When opportunity had afforded, ho had given applause. He had even asked the man next to him to follow suit, so much did his heart grow warm. It was not long before the jingling tambourine, which a lassie was pas sing for a contribution box, was held in front of him. Down went his hand into his pocket. A look of surprise and chagrin spread quickly over his face. It was followed by a look of relief. "Thump 1" went something heavy into tho tambourine. It made tho pennies, nickels and dimes dance and jingle. The lassie looked at the con tribution interrogatively. Ho nodded his head, as much as to reply: "Yes, I meant to do it." Tho lassie tittered and went on collecting. The man with the sandy red beard had followed the staff cap tain's advice. Ho had dropped his jackknife into the contribution box Chicago Tribune. People Who Can't Cry. One of the most curious facts con nected with madness is the utter ab sence of tears amid tho insane. What ever the form of madness, tears are conspicuous by their absence as much in tho depression of melancholy or excitement of mania as in tho utter apathy of dementia. If a patient in a lunatic asylum bo discovered in tears it will bo found that it is one beginning to recover or an emotional outbreak in an epileptic who is scarce ly truly insane; while actual insane persons appear to have lost the power of weeping, it is only return ing reason which can once moro un loose tho fountains of their tears Even when a lunatic is telling ono in fervid language how she has been do prived of her children or tho outrages that havo been perpetrated on her self her eye is never even moist Now York Press. One of Nature's Kconomlei. Birds with long legs always havo Bhort tails. Writers on the flight of birds havo shown that tho only use of a bird's tail is to servo as a rudder during tho act of flight. When birds are provided with long legs, these ore stretched directly behind when tho bird is flying and so act as a sort of rudder. Nature is economical and nover provides two organs for tho somo purposo. bo when tho loner legged birds bejran. to uso their leas as steering apparatus nature cut off their toils and made tho leg rudder a permanency. Exchange. TJilng Kxpreulro Adjectives. A Boston young lady, scarcely old er than 10 years, had a beautifully colored toadstool pointed out to her in the woods one day. "Yes," sho eairL "it's rather brilliant, but don't you think it looks a triflo morbid V Boston Transcript. Astrology May Bo a Fad. AntTnioirv mav be the fad erolorie if nnrthn lutrolorrvof the ancients then a modern adaptation of it Not few of the great men oi r-uropo vmfn.it stars and seek answers to grave question In tke Btars, Edgar be in Area. tivtmtm OAVWAtj mwniMMnnMiiiiimuims , WIWfWyiW.W.MWii'WI'W WHOM 00 YOU LOVfif "Wrrfffl rln m lr, my torr .ft M a; i wit tar rM flhftTD krt, AhA t UM fflMlrrt fwf fhl MM lf ffiaAti Afld Stfalr. lit ili.itfihi.iWMl tolw "Whom An ten lot, nt Unnl "lfKitl In fwtf h.tfl (onf.lil Aft-t tae If 0.flihAilirrlrlH( A i4i1 fit (limiilil Ili( In nnt fof m. Add Ull m truly If lli.ro iticmld U- "W.ifiin da jrm torn llil. mlfiiil.f "Wfiem ilo r nil InT.r" Ami rf If.mlillfif Uml I.fl wm1rlMt)reii tiion in fat, nnd All His In ml WAt lit wllli lore. aikI (he nilit wind Uhn4 ll.r brow And AhrxiV her trrfiie. "A wtmiAn'A Iotii In a prlcrlrM prim, Ami If jou oliotiM mil to win ll"- Aml Again t looked, And to my mirprlM I haw two te am In lief (Itep, (Uf k ryes "Whom do you late this minute?" "Wiioin do you lover" and I taught the .Well Of her lircANt her grief had (firm. And I touched her llpe, and I e.neMfd the smell Of tlifl pftuslcn flower nnd the Asphodel, And the earth wr changed to heaven. "To me there'. Jtiatimo norhl, my dear. And Just two people In It. And now tonight, as wo stand hero And I hold your hand, havo nota f.ar. For I love you every mlnutcl" -Cy WArman In Now York Bun. Nickname, of Kings. Franco has been u seetaw nation first up, thon down, and its position may bo reckoned by tho kings it had. Ono was Saint Louis, and another was Hutin, meaning "headstrong or mutinous." Another king was The Long, whilo his successors wero Handsome, Fortunate, Good, Wise, Beloved and Affable. Franco must surely havo been on tho top thon and have progressed further when two kings wero' respectively called the Father of His" Peopl6, and the Father of Letters. We know English history better than anyothei?, probably, and can re call what was accomplished by Alfred the Great, Edward the Confessor, William tho Conqueror and Richard Coour do Lion. Tho English do not give many of -thoir kings' nicknames. however, leaving their doings to speak for themselves. Denmark has had a most curious array of sovereigns the Blue Tooth, Forked Beard, Simple, Hungry, Haro- foot, Lamb, PiouB and Cruel being among them. This latter, iwho'waa Christian U, belied his real name by gaining the additional title of the Nero of tho North. There was prob ably littlo happiness in. Denmark whon he sat upon tho throne. Chica go Tribune. Satisfied the Customer. A dispute arose between a Taco'ma barber and ono of his customers the other day as to the composition 6f a shampooing liquid which the barber was using on the other's head. The barber maintained that it was' main ly alcohol, and tho other 'contended that it was nothing but soap and 'wa ter and told the barber to prove it by putting a lighted match to his head, which was then saturated 'with tho fluid. The barber did so, and in stantly the customer's head was en veldped in flames. The barber mant aged to extinguish tho flames, but not till tho victim had lost most of his hair and beard and was seriously burned. He is convinced that the fluid -was alcohol. New Orleans Pic-1 ayune. A Ojok In Great Demand. A recent sudden death necessitated the breaking up of a well known es tablishment in Mayfair, and the eld est married daughter of tho house in spite of her grief was worldly1 wise enough to remember at tho funeral that her father had a treasure of -a cook which it would be well to se cure. After tho funeral, -therefore, she sent for tho cordon bleu, who with many regrets over his inability to oblige madamo informed her that her younger sister had engaged him immediately after the death of "ce cher et bon monsieur, son New York Tribune. pore, '! One of Koto Hold's CorrripondenL. Kate Field visited ono of tho Wash ington high schools and concluded her address with tho request that' any of the pupils write to hor. Hero is a passage from ono of their letters: "It warf awfully kind of you to como and see us. I certainly did enjoy your lecture. I am very glad you tiro not 'stuck on' Delsarto it is an awful re lief to find somo ono who isn't" A Pith Question. "Our fishing club," remarked ono Detroit man to another, "is to havo a discussion tonight, and I'd Iiko to have you hear it" "What is the question I" "How sober must a man bo to catch the longest 6trlngof fisht" Detroit Free Press. Thero aro 85,000 Russians in the chief cities of tho United Statea 48,000 of them In New York, 7,800 in Philadelphia, 4,800 in Boston and 4,000 in Baltimore. They don't go west. Wisdom may be compared to water, as water leaves the heights and gatb kh in Vin dent. is Ro ffl wisdom re ceived from on high and preserved by a lowly soul. -annua. Thn mnflmr rrrnndfather. CTeat- grandfather and great-great-grand- latuer or a tj-montns-oia Dauy t Rural Retreat, Va., all live under the samsroof. Salt and water is ono of tho beat remedies for soro eyes and if applied in time will scatter tne innamma-on. The first wooden bridg, so far as known, was the Sublicia bridge at Home, built id the Mveth'catry. , jovtWAt,, 'mvimvAJt, .frraiflj no, imtt, twniT'"111" ) ' ""A1 if Jiitmiiimm$Mmm0itnvmr,",v,i4r,iL nfolMtvii), -iL v4lli2i. Mrs. Sarah Kit.r of Minneapolis. For Women Hood's Bnruapnrllln. Is Especially Adopted to Curo Dlfflcultloa Peculiar to tho 8ox The restoring and Invigorating properties of Hood's Sarsftparlllft, combined with Its power to vltallto and enrich the blood, es pecially adapt it for all troubles peculiar to women that tired feeling, or debility caused by change of sen on, climate or life. Hood's flarsapnrlllA has accomplished very gratifying1 results In many cases, ltcad thin " I was for a long Umo a sufferer from Female Weakness, would try a bottle, of the medicine. It miule so irroat a (llffcrcnco In my condition that I took three bottles more nnd found myself perfectly well. 1 havo also given Hood's Sarsaparilla to tho children and It keops them In good health. I am willing that this shall bo used for tho benefit of others." Mns. Baiiau Mum, 808 10th Ave., S. Minneapolis, Minn. HOOD'S PlLLO '" all LIrer Illi, Bll loutnbii, Jaundice, InJJgeitlon, Slclc lleadache Skin Food. Ladles who nfler- rrom uniting winds and Scorching Hun v 111 find Mrs. Harrison's Lola Montez Creme The Skhi Food, Thdbcbt remedy for tcecpli g the fnco cool and free fr m Irrita tion, ns It sooths nnd comforts thesklnnnd p ovi nU frecKles or Riiubu ', It Is nota beautiMerbut a sKln lesioratlve and pre- ervatlve. Ifnlltt'e Mnntcz 0 erne Is rubbed lu the tKln and thoroughly wiped off again, Jutncforo applying powdtjr. ths complexion will be softer, and the powder will roinalu longer, desldes prevmitli g the powder from clngglng tho pores Of the bRln l'rle 75 cents F6raaleby HtKti I.itOO, lrragglst, ratten Illock, 8ului, Ore. For any spec nt or complicated blemish of face or form, write MRS, NETTIE HARRISON, AUEitiGA'a Beauty Doctor, 16 Oeary Bt Haa Francisco, Cal Superfluous Hair Permanently Ilemoved, .ThQ I IMF Thyi W ' . Z" ix i i. n i l i '; Lnuo. ALL OTHERS FOLLOW, 2 THROUGH DAILY TRAINS UAVING portland?;34;;-: DAYS to CHICAGO 31 Hours lh8 Qu!ckettE0asthicafi0 and flours Quicker tosas0mc &,yd Kan" Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclin ing Chair Cars, Dining Cars, Kur rates and gtuer.il Information call on or addrtsit, W H HintUlUnT, Asst, O.F.A. VA Washington Bl., POHILAM), OKKIION. FroH Terfflina! or lolcrior Points tho Is the line to take To all Points East and South. Itlsthedlntngcar route. Itruns through vestibule trains, every day In the year to ST, PAUL AND CHICAGO (No change of cars.) Composed of dlnlngcars unsurpassed, Pullman drawing room sleepers Of latest equipment TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Best that can be constructed and In which acoominodatlens are both tree and fur nished ror holder of first and second-class Uckels.and. . ELEGANT DAY COACHES. Aconttuuots Una eonaertlng with all lines, altordlnr direo' "" uninterrupted Pullman tM'Tt'ftt 'lons can be se cured in ad vi . tbra . any agent of Through tickets to and from all points in America, England and Kurope i can be imrelULsedatariy ticket office of this com. uli Information eonoerntng .rales, time ofi tralns,route-iandotUer details furuUbed cnllc-ttonpyr U"rJHAW A DOWNIN-Auts .skBUQaSsvBi MBTmIYii Wtt arlsriS. a pj IS-s?-i5 ?'i T f KKIfDot HOVM i'AfMTlNO, l'Al'Kfl JIANUINO, rfllufil Wood FlnflMng, dor,mfi and 0hmieU street. Goo, tfondrioli, CASH MARKET Bent meat and free delivery, 130 btjfi Strut. FRED A. ERIXON. BTONI3 AND U1UOK CONTRACTOR.' KsllmaUMI tirade on all sladsoi . , wore. lteald'e'noe'Ctir, tilth and Uclvlew "I M-,m. Leave pruvement UCVIV X THE OREAT SPANISH BRAIN AND Havo you abused tho lawB of nature and injured your nervous syatorri ? Aro you despondont and melancholy with con fused Ideas and gloomy thoughts ? ' ' E2PANO ' ' WH positively euro you. It contains no mineral poisons hhd is romurkablo for awakening organic fiction throughout the Bystotn and an improvement in overy tissue. It prrfduccs hotter muscles, bones, nerves, hair, nails, skin, blood and glvbi vigorous lifo to tho unfortunato who has oxhaustcd his powers. Propafed in tablet form and packed in boxes convenient to carry in tho pocket. Each box contains DO doses or enough to lai,t ono month and! is worth many times its weight in gold. Tbo price $1.00 per box or 0 boxes for J 5.00 if ordered at ono timo and a guarantee will bo given that any caso men tioned above that it docs not euro, tho money will bo rcfundod. As to our financial standing wo refer to any bank in this city. Sent charges prepaid to any nddross in United States or Canada. Put up in plain wrapper with ho mark to distinguish what It is. Send for circulars and tcetlmou.ls. Address, Stockton Street SAN FRANCTSCO, CAL., U. S. A. An able Brain and Nerve Specialist can at any timo bo confidentially consulted entirely froe of ehargo, personally or by mall, at tho abbve address. ''y'r$yky''' cms. wolz, Proprietor of the GERMAN x MARKET South Commercial fit,, Balcrri. All kinds Fresh, Bait and Smoked Meats and Sausages. FBEE DELlVKItV. POWER HOUSE Meat Market. Fresh and Bait meats of the best quality. Poultry and stock. Free delivery. FRED WAYMIRE, BLOOD DISORDERS A New Remedy A irn. Specific a posltlr and permanent tllmlnailon fall poiinn from the blood, and a restoration of hetlihy vigor lo (he liuuts II offered to sufferers for the first lime in a remedy which has been undergoing the most sever private enperimcnts for the nait three years. It hai riot vet failed, and it will not fail, as it ii a True Hpecillo for Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. I)o you be lieve it t Send for full panicuUn and proof free. Slop filling your system with mercury and other poisons. This remedy will cure you in 30 to go days without fail. We guarantee a cure or refund the money. Address MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.. 170 girst Btreet I'QltTLANI), OB. J. H. HAAS, THE VATOTIMAKBE, 2ISK Commercial St., 8alem, Oregon, (Next door to Klein's.) Specialty of Spectacles, and repairing Clocks, Watch and Jewelry ANXHZN'm ELtk j RIG BELT iavreTDiTruT. WITH ELECTRO BEST MlPMiyEMEMTS. MACarno ftutrtHSBRr. Will sere Wlliwl V.41.1 iilwi rtaelUaf frets HWUHtlM ef !, aerr f.iwe,eeeMM . leeitw etUa, M ...eel eikse.Uee. nlu, iMMe. s.tf ew ,Ulllr, U.e tmf, laetur. flekiuil.Bi, laa, if er ul ile4r H.iUllti.luuViU, toKS!. Mletlei, i.ewtJ lU-keellt, ete. tais eieeule keil eeetoJe ifcarrl imfmmU er.r ll ll.r. ..4 inw earr.sllk.l la laituUy felt . lee Mar er l.r fill Sl.e, arils ear 4lf Uaakara IIhum e Mf. Tkeuaala km Was er4 ty tall au ieu leteetlea erur ell eiaw r.sa4l felM, v. tire Saa4re ej tt UaUsaaUU I ISU ee4 eran alk.r lUU, OuMafU UrSUtr.lt SUU7KIC SI Srf IsXIMV, U rr.4UaiaMaeTsre(arvwaea.ssMITMaU.1iSMt IlMlUaedrlsarau.lraulkbCAKlITIIUlBeautaiiarf. Se4 fee 1UMUH.4 raa,bite, eealleS, eeetaa, free, aeerue mjmjet-D-mm XaMOxraecxo oo., MflelM Flrat ata.iOltTLAMB. MME 5W5r 58E5 --Wif4mmZZ ?ftis? ime sul ft Screen Doors AHfi JonniMfi JCorlojr it WltMUinloi Unrip 61 Biato street. Tilo for S&lo) BfldK arfdTlfo'Yiffd, MOUTH flAl.tsM, J. L.ASHBY. Tfitk.$ It BVRNISfl JOURNAL, Only scents Any delivered At your door, Moat Market, Xod.Commerolat Street, (lood. meat, I'rompt delivery. David McKllloj), JOHN C, MARTIN, Horsoshoolng. llLAOKBMlTIIINa BlatoHtreot, Bulim rrrdfrs at Salem hn. Co , M BUI street. "ESP AltO u Th!a wondorful ptoparhtlon is Purely Vcgotablo : compounded from tho prescription of tho Ofilcial Physician to tho Court of Spain. " Espano " recreates Mental and Norvo Power in Mail and 'Woman. An infalliblo remedy for Nervou9 and General Debility, Nervous Prostration, Creeping Paralysis Weakness caused, by Debilitating Ivosscs, Excesses or Over-Indulgences, In cipient Softening of the Brain or Paresis, Diskless, lVoss of Memory, Confused Thoughts and all Brain, Nerve or Sexual "Weaknesses. It has no equal in restoring tho Stomach and Brain to its normal condition following tho abuso of Alcoholic Beverages, or indulgonco in tho Opium, Morphine or Chloral habit. - aB4 COMING ON ITS OWN SPECIAL TRAINS Europe and America's Consolidated Tented Titan ! THE MOST INTENSELY INTERESTING EXR1BIT10NS ON THE SANGER &. LENT'S GRAND INTERNATIONAL ALLIED SHOWS WILL EXHIBIT AT Salem, Wednesday, July 5th Unparalleled In OrifzJnal Conception of Pre-eminent Exclusive Features. nrfir iVnii.i.i Nfnnstflr Uoitiiin Oceunlo. Concref-u. Circus. Menouerlo Hlnno drome Aquarium of World's Wonders. All Nations' Greatest Arenlo Ilepre Bentatlvfcfl Selected to Excel! Tho greatest wild bcustRutlierlug tbatever Invited publlo attention I ONLY GREAT SHOW OF MARINE WONDERS Ever Perfected for Travel. Be on baud to see the grand free spectacular pageant. Ouo ticket, for the usual price, admits to the great combined shows I One hour given In which fa inspect the menagerie and the many wonders previous to commencoineot of the circus uud hippodrome norformenres. Two gratid exhibitions and perform ances daily I Doom opeu at 1 and 7 p. m. ' Barginas in Lam . If. W. Hmlth, poxtmaster of Lewlsvllle, and W. V. Murphy, of Salem, have for sale abou 2,000 frr of good fartulne and sUck land In the Lucklaniute muntry In Polk po'iuty. Ir4-aa mn-. trrtm UI !r 1& rvr fUT. All ITOOd property, acd on the market for the rlrat umt. Great baolns. C.U on or address U svbOYe, aw-i-t-u i umm soiT " CMiMM, fruit nnd Clprri, 1. O, tJlaote, n. t. uvmniHrm, GJk' Afiil Tobacco, DIIil.lAlU) i'AKI.OH, 114(1 Oum'I Utraxtt, T, W. THORNBURG, Tho Upholsterer, llemodels. re-cover and retxilr upholstered furniture. First eiaaa wurtt. UhniuriftelA ctrbet, U Mm liisuiAnce block. NRV THE WILLAMETTE, SALEM, OBEGON. Hates, $3.50 to 5.00 yr Iky Thn best bout between Portland aael thus Kninrtaoo. Klrst-class In all IU apiolatBte.s. It tables are served with the Choicest JTrultft tiroM-u In the Wllhunslto Valley. A. I. WAGNER. Pref . E REVIVER 1 ' K1. ' I! ffl ft r It r , M n Y-t-W 'itt