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ijps V V mmmmmm.imwms wmmmm Tito Iliimanl Electrical Forces 1 .. How THey Cohtrol tho Organs of tho Body. Tho Mettle nl forco oftliflhumsii tjfxly. m Ititi noro fluid mar W (effflod. 1 1 hn t tm cllloltfActlvp,ddpKrtrncnt of Horn, iu It r.wtoonitf6danlnflilnr(ce on ilio lirnlfh of (ho okaim of tho body, Norvd foico irrwliifcd by tiio brain, and vanrvymi by menus in of tlmterVM lo thG.Tarloun ormis of bodi tti(iK0ppl7lnB tho latter nltlitue i Uiolr nfialtn. Tha . ,sfflM Hid IX vltallt: siiro riKuimpKtiAtno-norre, a , shown hero may bo mid . to ha tho moH Important of thoentlro'norvo ysw lew, as It auppllosf tli?;. iiusrb lung. botTOl. old 'cart lunsc stoma 1JWUIH, BWt 1TUIJ WIO icrvo force necessary to op thorn ftctlvo and )I, otc, with tho J101 B y. A ?rill bdf soon etUtbdlcmitnorro torwfnafliitf if Uu boV,J ola itbo prtoumonsit tr4i wlillo-tho 'numerous tlt.i tio Branches' supply Uiei uoart, lungs ana atom ncn witn necessary vl- tnnty. When thn Drain becomes In stir war dla. ordered by Irritability or exhaustion, tho norro 'forco which It supplies la lessoned, and the or gans receiving tho di minished supply aro con-, scmientlr weakened. Physicians concrallr fall recognize. tho Importance of this fact, but treat tho. organiiseiwasteaaoiuiecauseoitno trounie The noted SDeclallst. Franklin MilcsMi I).. LI. B., ha given tbe'irrfeater part of hlsillfo to tho study of this subject, and tho iltseavorles conccrnln ijeci, ana w pnnaipai II aro duo to his oiforts. iwcaTories concerning n aro quo to n Dr. Miles' llestoratlvo Nervine, the Unrl raled brain and nerve food, is prepared on the Srlnclple that all nervous and many other lfllcultles originate from disorders of tho nervecenters. Us wonderful success lncurlng theso dlsordurs is testified to by thousands in ovorypartof tho land. Kestoratlvo Norvlno cures sleeplessness, nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, sox- It frco from opiates or dangerous drugs. uni uomuiy, dc. vitusaance, epilepsy, etc. it -it, u sum on a posmvo guarantee ny on arug glsts, or sont direct by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, fl per bolrie, eIx bottles for $5, express prepaid. yoiu u 1). J. Fry, druggist, fcJalem A Quiet Hour. You must find somewhere within your domicile a nook that can be set apart for CO minutes' rest. This is imperative if you' would preserve your youth and good looks. I havo a cozy corner where lean, if I wish, take a surreptitious snooze, en joy a quiet think or a little gossip with my latest feminine adorer. This alcove? is modestly fitted up. A pair of Jap por tieres curtain my corner from tho rest of tho. room. My couch was never in its- uesi days unyuung more eioganc man a 2 cot, but thanks to a thin hair mattress and an adorable old blue quilt that I picked up in my wanderings it is now quite an elegant lounging couch. Lots of downy cushions of "Kentucky jeans," the delicious blues brought out by straggling bouquets of white floss thread, add to its charm. My bit of man tel drapery is an antique pieco of handi work in satin and silks that I found one rainy day while rummaging the chests in on old garret way down in Virginia. On this stand my joss sticks, which on company days smolder in such aromatic fashion, and 'a quaint jar which reminds "me every time I look at it of an odd little fishing hamlet on the Massachusetts coast. I keep on hand the latest mag azines, some articles being my slumber wooers. They are so prosy that they act as a narcotic. Opposite my couch is a deep seated' rocker upholstered in denims. I always f manage to find a few pennies for my fa vorite, pinks and a tangle of smilaz. These aro so effective when" placed with in the biuo toned jar. A, big pane of tinted glass overhead gives ino when tho sun is gracious enough to smilo oh my corner eomo delightful streaks of tinted sunlight, completing, to my way of thinking, the prettiest tone picture un der my roof tree. Philadelphia Inquirer. Haw the Thief Must Kick Ulmself. Herman Btono, the pawnbroker and jeweler, was looking over.a lot of unre deemed pledges yesterday when he found something which mado his hair fairly stand on end. About a year ago a young mail called at the store of Mr. Stono and said ha desired to borrow somo money from the office on some per sonal property. Tho property consisted of -a valise, un overcoat, a suit of cloth-, ing and a gold watch. Tho amount loaned on the goods was $45, and. the man who secured the loan said that he would call in the course of a few days and redeem tho property. Tho goods were placed in the vault and have re mained there undisturbed ever since. When tho xansty old satchel was taken out of the vault yesterday it was found to be in tho samo condition as it was at the time it was placed in tho room for safe, keeping. The clothing had been made into a separate package. Tho va lise wo broken open, and Jusido was found a red leather belt considerably the worse for wear. The belt was taken out, and in handling it wan noticed that it was very heavy and had little pockets along the side. Mr. Stone took tho belt out into the front room of tlio Btoro and opeiicd the pockets. Out rolled jrold pieces', double eagles, to the number of IU. They were as bright and shiny as tho day they were taken from tho mint, and, they looked as though they had jnst been taken from tho bank.. The coins were all of the same date, 18SKI. The money legally be longs to the finder unless some person from whom it was taken, as it was ap parently stolen, proves his property. St Paul Globe. Tutt's Pills MlGSBlsteatbA torpid II vcr. etrencth. o the dl s;ative ergsb. rKUlBte Uro bels anil are uaoumf u ANTI-BILIOUS KEDIG1HE. I nalarSal 4if ricta tkc!rTtrtes tr Itleljr rcocHtsel, nathcy potsess ixo tillar firofiartlca In rrrelus; lliesyatem ' Ht M4.r. j:ietuully aagtur te4. Dsmmuii, rrle,iueu. HWfrlttWiwfctoftotgfcaK,! tBHBBP to .mui. i'MTlMimp njZ.......,, yt9wtmMi&yniiMi.,MmimtMBVmmrm DEATH AND Tf iE fLAYEfl. m'm Wlf, vlf ttiOMi, captain, rtAtely lord Kach played his part wllli Hinuotfi Atttftintan KNK. And gray and ctirM l' Olympian iwraquM MMttd O'er Ach fine otal face. Anon, yotttitf Cella, ixilscd on high red lictl, Advanced will Uhlrm. the (IHcred ooubretl! lUf laughter ring abroad In (vef peal: llet courtiers fawn and fret. One was a whlnkcrrd on of awful Jfars, And one, (lie fnvorllo, a thing 6f.tplcen( fVhoe pasqull Jf its, a stream of falling stars. lllnmlncil all the scene'. They Irpd a minuet, and evermore Betwixt the curtsying lady and her thrall, A. masked and shrooded dancer kept tho floor, Unnoted by them nil. Mm, poor player, that tru death's, dance In deed! The curtain fell; the masker's flcshteas hanl Compelled thee to hla chariot, which with speed ltolled homo to his oWn land. And now with cheeks and eyelids that confess Grim stalna of the lost midnight's cay dis milse. Th' Ingenious hasRard actors swiftly press Yfpen their dead brother lies. Uovr strantto a graveelde oh, how strange a scene! Tho player's double life In such eclipse. What a morality would this havo been On those once mocking llpsl Dot they are dumb, and there's scarce time for tears. Back to tho town. They're clamorins for.onr plays. TU good that arch comedian death appears But once In many days. JIucniillan's Magazine. ' TheMarket Disturbed. Tho woman with a baakefcon her arm was nosing- around the, market picking up at various, stands 6tich odibler bargains as a skillful landlady knows at sight, and at last she pulled up alongside of a stand with'a pile of dressed chickens on the counter. "Theso fresh?" 8he asked, laying her hand on themi "Yes," i-eplied the huckster 'rather Impatiently. $he didn't respond, buj; began look. ing at something else, and' shortly ror turned to the chickens, which, she. sniffed at several times .and finally put her nose down close- toget a Bmell that would confirm her sus picions "Here," angrily exclaimed ithe huckster, "what dro- you smelling those chickens for?" "I ain't Bmelling them,." shesajd as she moved off. "I was just trying not to," and the rival huckster iq the adjoining stall laughed, till the -other man threatened to lick him in, two minutes if he didn't Bhut up, De troit Free Press. Points About II Bilging Pictures. Pictures should never IJo hung too" high. Yon often see a choice little painting hung so high that you would Tiave to mount a chair tp'seo what tho subject is. Always hang them so that they can be easily ;seen by a perso'n of medium-height. It is considered td bo'in bettertaste.to use two nails instead of one. It gives a more symmetrical effect, and. indeed it is worthiconsidering as andtter of safety. .Be. yery careful tq hang pic tures in the, proper light. If they ore to be seen in a strong -.-light, do not put them in an obscure corner, and if painted in bright colors do not place where the sunshine will fall on them. Philadelphia Press. Unearthed a Giant's Skull. The work of removing tho old In dian mound in "Walnut grove, (Mar tin's Ferry, O., goes, on slowly, owing to the care exercised that, none qf tho interesting relics' to bo found in it be lost. Prohably thejnpst interesting article taken from the mound is a huge skull, which w.ouId seem to in dicate that in the days of the mound builders there were giants abroad. This skull is at least twice asllarga aa the normal average of today. This skull is in good preservation. Cor. Chicago Herald Ilapld Criticism of the Swell Girl. The loan exhibition furnished jeal lovers of art with endless food for sarcasm at the expense, of the swell girl, who goes everywhere and any where only because she considers it "the thing." One of these hurried in on the verge of closing, .heavy with 5 o'clock tea, swept a dainty hand across at tho matchless Rubens in the middle gallery, exclaiming; "I don't like those.. They're so dauby." New' York Times. A portion-o the timbers of Gen eral Benedict Arnold's flagship Con gress sunk in.October, 1776, in Ldko Champlnin has been raised by Cap tain C. W., Adams of West Addison, Vt. Tho timbers aro of oak and aro sound. It la -very difficult to eradicate loco once it has. cot, a, firm, hold on a pas- turo. It grows in big patches, and in the fall tho largo pods buret and the eeods tbey contain, aro, borne every where by the yind. , The simplicity of expression natur al to a child was freshly illustrated !,4.or.olflfi.rlflvnrtwoflrrnwtfn -a.i..v nrii nrtf nh 0rT,m t ate up my mouth I" .- ... . . . , He bad bitten' his tongue. Charles VII of France had a pair ot 111 shaped legs, and he wore, a long coat in order to conceal them, with thereeult that in a short timo every body elso wore long coats. The tomb of Mohammed is covered with tomondg, gapphirea and rubj Vlud at $19,00000. t ' V KlBi'BBat.i.. il&t U&lra.&u2Xlttte. isvmim , oAjpiTAii toxrmAh, wnbitimvAti july g, imn SV)JiiVSi!WWSll9BS!SI9,tf&Ki'lV'9i'it!. A W1 Knff y jhii af Miner. An ifiKoiilotifl form of elm (rid mto ty lamp In now tnn'lo for timt In clan gorous inhics, ixwdrr iiirtffrtzlnw ntiit nil places wlioro nn ncchlpnfnt break age of (bo glosH bulb might lead to nn explosion. In ortlor to entirely eliminate ilio clmnco of any such dniigor tho Inventor lias Inclosed tho lamp proper In nn absolutely air proof lantern, the peculiarity of hlo dovlco bohitf tho moans of switching tho light on mid off. Tho wired iuo Attached to terminals on tho brieo 6f ' tho lantern, and underneath tho lamp socket thero Is a small pair of hollows which makes tho necessary contact on being slightly inflated. On tho cap of tho lantern is an air valvo to which a rubber pear shaped syringo ran bo attached. On com pressing this tho bellows becomes distended and Bwitch tho light on. Should the lantern fall and bo brolcen, tho escapo of tho compressed air re leases the switch and instantly cuts off tho current Moreover, Bbould tho interior lamp happen to bo broken, tho superfluous air fills up tho vacuum, and tho samo effect takes placo. New York Telegram. The Iileht Color of Valuable Cat. Tho Persian cat may be seen, in many colors. Very beautiful1 is that shade technically Called "blue,'' fcut perhaps moro familiar to. us as Mal tese. A superb specimen of this, color a few years ago lived royally in a house where I visited. Sho was named after a queen of old, and no' royal personage bore herself more1 magnificently, I am sure. One of very rich colors, also seen in New York, was a deep orange running te: smoke color. Nothing could be more exquisite to look at, though this mot tled effect is not considered "the thing"- and detracts greatly from tho value of tho wearer. The black Persian with orange col ored eyes is one of the rarest and most highly prized of the race, .and the pure white is perhaps not second in estimation. There are also several varieties of tabbies, and1 in nearly every one the deep yellow eye is the most desired. The eyes should be large and full; the hair-1 should ilino tho ears and fringe the legs and even tho toes of this beautiful jbeast.1 Olive T. Miller in Harper's .Bazar. An ltflectlvo Comnllineat. Mme. Rose was tho leading so prano of Basta's opera troop, a beau tiful singer and worth her- weight in gold. One night Rose was indis posed, and of course she thought she couldn't sing. ' With a queenly air she strolled intb the theater just as the chorus girls were filing in and sought the manager himself. Basta heard her story and then looked sur prised. "Vy, my dear Mad,-dam Rose, eet ees impossible. You are ze leading zoprano of ze troop, and ve cannot get along without ze leading lady." Rososhook her head. "Well, it's no use. I am sick, and, I cannot sing,. positively.' Basta looked broken hearted. Then a brightsmilo grew on his ruddy (face. "Ah,- no, mad-dam, zat ees true. You cannot zing positively.' Then with a charmiiig;nod he' added; pBut you can aingzuperlatively." Sho sang. Boston Budgot. Even Tommy Knew Ills Orauimar. Tho family was driving slowly homo from church when, after a .moment's musing, the small .daugh ter spoke up briskly with a, disap proving tene: "I don't like him." "Don't liko.whom, .Bessie!" asked her mother. "That preacher who. preached for Mr. Rhodes today." "Why not, dear? Ho is a very good preacher." "But he can t talk good grammar." "Cannot talk good graramari What do you mean, child'" "Why, when ho told about Joshua fighting the Amalekites, he said that Moses went up on the hill and Baton a stone whilo Aaron and her held up his, hands and oven little Tommy Dddds learns' to say 'Aaron and sho,' when it's nomitiyo case I" Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. Similarity lo Method. "What niight be your busiqessj" asked tho passengor in tho jeuna suit "I am a writer of short, stories, sir," replied his seatmnte with a touch of pride. "What paper do you write fori" "Nope especially. I place my work with whatever publication will ac cept it" "Oh, a sort of odd job fellow, eht; I've got a brother that makes his livin that way, too though his line ain't writin stories. He ia in the tinware mendin trade." Indianapolis Jour naL Wby People. Ar Afraid of Cyclones. People gradually become accus tomed to floods and fires, but it is not in tho nature of man to regard with indifference cyclones and earth- quaxea. AUG WOFIU nua wit yt arned a way to arrest th$se subter- ranean and aerial disturbances. The chances are that it never will Now York Tribune. annoti ati1 am4n1 Aritlusietlo sunt Talk. Teacher If one woman caa make a dress in three days and another can make it in fiv. days, how long will it take them to make it working to gether! JohnnyOil, abot.Kc.r-iioa' .! ,s mKemsmmmmmaxmsBKiiteasai j f Tou:Know thdfc' you can socttro al most Immediate relief from Indigestion, and that uncomfortable full ness nftor meals, by sim ply taking n doso of Sim mons Liver Kogulator? Somo pooplo think that because it ia called Liver Eegalrttor it has nothing to do with Indigestion and tho liko. It is tho inaction of tho Liver that cauaoa Indigestion, and that fullness; also Con stipation, and thoso Bil ious Headaches. Millions havolbcen mado to under stand this and havo been cured from theso troubles by Simmons Liver Eegu lator a medicine unfail ing an,d purely vegetable.' From;Krl!I.XMVharton,nulUmore,Md "It affords mo plcasuro to add my testi mony to tho great virtues of Hlnunont Liver Regulator. I havo had experienco with It, in (K-cusldu demanded, for many venrxiiind regard it ns tho greatest medl--Ino T tho times. So good a mcdlclno deuarves universal commendation. WORLD'S FAIRGH.C4QO. .-.. Calumet ATenuo and 2Kb Street. UI1TCI Flreproot) 2t roomai noarTratr alU 1 ! Groundit baths on every floor. American ana icuropcan plans. l low a ar. nm-ciuM lamiij oiw. write xorcwraur. ' Before Going to the World's Fair Enquire About The Limited Exprcfea tratus of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway between St, Paul and Chicago ,and Omul) a and Chicago. These trains are vestibuled, electric lighted and Bteam heated, with tho, fin est Dining and Bleeping Car Service Id the world, TheEIectrio readiug light In each berth 1b the successful novelty of; this progressive age, and ia highly appreciat ed u.v All regular patrons of this line. We wlsb others to know Its merit, as the Chicago Milwaukee & St, Pau) Rail way is the only Hue In the west enjoy ing the exclusive use of this patent, ' For further information apply to uqarest, coupon Jicfcet ageut, or address C. J. Eddy, General Agent, J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. 225. Stark. 8t.'( Portland, Or. i tf PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS GAUDS. J-. II. B'AUOY. QUO. O. UINOIIAM. D Alloy & 11IN0J1AM. Attorneys aLaw, .llonms 1, 2 and S, D'Arcy Huildmk. HI dwte street.. Special attention given to, busi ness lo the supreme and circuit courts Of the state. 3 11 r P. UOISB. Attornty at law, Halera, Ore- Jl.Ii. K'n, umce zi iommerpiat sireei. rpifjMON VOHU, Attorney at law.i .Balem, i iiregnn, umce up biuirs in rauoa oiock H, J. n.GOKH. Atloi ney at law,aalom, Ore- crnn. liltl.nvpr HiirIi'h hiiiilr. T J.SHAW.M.W.HUNT. BHAW&llUNT O . Attorneys nt law. Ofilre over canlt&l National, banktHalern, Oregon, S1 T. ttICHUUH'JN,.AtUrnoyailaw, Oft V flee up Btalrs In front rojmu ol newillusb lock, corner Commercial and Court streets, ,-ialem, Oreiton. JOHN A. OAHsON, Attorney at law, room - sy and 4, Hush bunk building, Halem.'Or. B. r.UONUAM. W. H.HOLtMEH. BON HAM & HOLMKS, Attorneys at,' law. Ofllceln Uusbblocir, between State and cotirt," on Commercial street. T E. 1)CQK, Stenographer and Ttdo. ItjI. wrliest- uostequippen type dco bat one In Oregon, over Uu liest equlppeil typewriting of- bus pttnK, ialera,oieon. iVrKUiA ttllEKMAN. Typowritlnir and O oommerclal sienogrupby, room 11,. Gray block. First-clans work, Itutea reasonable. Dlt A. DAVId. Late Post Graduate o( New York, gives special attention to the dls tMses of women and children, pose, throat, lungs; kidneys, skin diseases and surgery. Office at residence, lot State street. Consulta- llou fromUtolJa. m. ana a to 5 p, m. 7-l-om O. UROWMK, M. D., PhyMclanaadHar. D. e ceon. umce, urpny uiook; residence, IUU1CIU1M BblWW rMLT a. HM1T1I. UentUt. W State street JL Bulem, Oregon. Klnlibed dental opera, Uoni of every description, 1'alnlcsa lopera- tlooi a specialty. XT 1). I'UUH, Arcblteot, plana. ipclflca- VT tlons ana lupenatenaence ror mi classes ol buildings. Utile !0 Commercial street, up itaira, G A. WOliKHT. Architect, room i2i. t, quaio bulltllug, Puriland, OreKon. I'.' VM.'. .. ' '.-.mi . ii .. .i. i i . i .T ,., Mar- P. J. LARSEN & CO., Manufacturer of Wagons, Car rlagee, etc. R.patrlnn a Spoofalty. Hwop Btote street. rjuorisurioN louok ho. u.o,tl. w-i I , Meets In tbelr ball In Htate lruuraocn LVliamg, every Wedneadayuln. m J. A. SKt-WOOU, Ileoorder. MONEY TO LOAN On improved Beal Estate, in amounts and time to suit, Mo delay In oonslderlilg loans, FEAR k FORD, Room 12. Bosh Bank block. S136W FARM FOR SALE. A BAROMNIOj acres with Improvements ovtr naif undir cultivation, rest pasture and some good timber. Term veiy easy, Ad dieaa O. U KaHH, 3;.lmlr Wheatland, Or. FOR SALE. On easy.terros and cbeap. A 20 arre orchard on Bunny Hide No. one. StnlleatoulU of Haieni, ' MMt-dw JOHN UAItT. SMITH BROS., CONTRACTORa 4 PLAHTEHKIU?. rjlerei i Ore U,ttJem,Orejon. i m JkaTajflU,.. Mjun MA J. nMam b SiUJl$&f&& SMS 1I0U8K I'AtNTlNfJ, 1'Al'JSIt HANGING, Htluf.1 Wodd finishing Oof, XHh and CbemeieU Street. Geo, Fontlrlch, CASH MARKET l)Mt rceutand freo dell very, 136 Mats Street. FRED A ERIXON, BTONE AND SIlIClC CONTRACTOR.- Estimate made on all ktadsdt ?tf5 IloldencoCor,i8ih6nd Belvlep ' Leave order at Baiern Im- m.HJlem. provement Ctt., WJ Htaw street. wot. from THE GREAT SPANISH BRAIN AND Ilavs you. abused tho Jawa of nature and injured your norvous system ? Aro you despondent and melancholy with, confused Idoaa and gloomy thoughts ? " ESPANO " willposItiYoly euro you. It contains no minora! polBona and is romarkablo for awakening organic action throughout tho system and an improvement in overy tissue. It produces, better muscles, bones, nerves, haira nails, skin, blood and givea vigorous .life to tho. unfortunate who has exhausted his powora. Prepared in tablet form and packed in boxes convenient to carry in tho pockot. .Each box contains worth many .times its weight in gold. Tho prico $1.00 por box or 0 boxes for $5.00 if ordered at ono timo.and a guarantee Trill be given that any c&sa men tioned, abovo that it docs not cure, tho money will bo rofundod. Aa to our financial standing wo refer to any bonk in thia city. Sent charges prepaid to any. address in United States or Canada. Put up in plain Wrapper witli no mark to distinguish what it Is. Bend for circulars and teatimouls. Address, 1 Stockton Street SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S. A. An able Brain and Nerve Spoolallst can at any timo bo confidentially consulted entirely freo of charge, personally or by mail, at the above address. ySfrrw. y-yyyO'foVgvfc'Svy II P. M. C ARS. lip. in. Cars leave Hotel and. PotoJHco daily for Asylum, Penitentiary and Cemetery on Capital City Railway. Che leaves 5 a. m., connect ing with Overland train, and cars leave Hotel every 20 minutes from 0:20 a. in. tip 11 p.. in. for all points on tho lines excepting Cemetery nr,TTnkeii off to meet Passenger Trains. POWER HOUSE Meat Market. Fresh and Bait meats ;of the) bent quality, Poultry and stock. Free delivery. FRED WAYMIRE, kisfioEwa ELI, - H3C BELT mM LATE8T PATENTS WITH ELECTRO- MACMETIO SUSfENSORy. itST H.WSVEHENTS. WUInrs Wlttl MaUU sU WH tutliltf fr.n n.riu.llM f tnta, r r. fMa,tlMM. n l.4lur,cl, uhiuI iikuol, IrelM, Iwii.iumi 41111. ... MtiiH, Uf i.r, rk.iiUi, Uln.r, llr.r 4 tl4,r Mlxlu, lui Wat, I. .hi), .tl.tlU, (Mtr.lill-ka.lik, ii.Tkli .iMltl. Ull msMu nwOrffl .)mm.li all .ikari, udilrwi a.rr.Bl tkal U Inatutl rail t It a nw H a f.tf.H f t.SOO. ! 1U tmrt ill l laa Att 4laaa r a .. f saMia ky. kMS MlM k Ula lUf aJ.a i.tU.n sfiar ll altar raatlta f.lM. 4 . o.rBBwatfb nrauisu ilu-tkic sisriasottr, i. . HUf,.ItuHMMIlU IB IBM BBB ... BIBB. BUIB. r.Ula. IV. Ika fTutMl Utm m SaM nai mn,nH WITH ALl MLTS ll.UaBJ,l..rua.u.BikliiTMDI.4u,ai.ja. tta.4 U U1MU.U4 rtaarilBU, auUa4, MalaS, frao. AiiiUM aaajSuoiaRLio oo Wo. 172 First St.. PORTLAND, ORE, BLOOD DISORDERS A New Remedy A tru SpeUSe a poiUhrs and ptnuantnl ai'yiluuloa JI poiion frcsn iIm blood, and a rtuontha el Ualihr lf lo (U iIbkks ii fl4 la tutttmt lor lb (uu Urn ia rndy Uch bs Un uadf oin; " not rw prinus tiMriaciUa kit ! tM ihM yun. Il hu kx m fsIM, sM ii U net fill, si ii b a True Heclo fcc SnJuliile pwtoo sod U Waul dimm. Da you U licvsNf id fc full JwrllaiUn ui proof frw. Sup fillusf yow syntn 1tl mkreury snd etlr pouam. This nmaJr UI wis you la , w y t wlutaul UX W guajmatee cure or rufuud lit uiousy, Aidptu MOFFAT CHfiNK)A. CO., If9 Tint Hri YOMXLAVD, OS. ? ;0 "i""'y,',.w""""T1 IT fimmnmtmithmt Screen Doors AM) JOflflfKfl, Morlpjr k XVlmtnnhy shop Hula itrtek SiKflLVMUm-. tlOtmi BM.ML J.L.ASHBY, Take It J HVENIMOUIML, OnlyacenUa day delivered At yonr door. Meat Market, SOO.Cotntnerol! Mreet, Good moate, rrompt dellrerr. i)id McKlllop, Steal Wood Saw JOHN C. MARTIN, Horseshoeing. BLAOKSMITIIINO. Htato Blrtot, - &W)VMkfoWtot a ESPAti Thia wondorful preparation. ia-Purely Yecetablo : comtwunded t tho prescription of tho Official Physician to tho'Court of Spain. " Espano " recreates Mental and Nprvo Power in Man and Woman. An infalliblo remedy for Nervous and General Debility, Nervous Prostration Creeping Paralysis, Weakness caused by Debilitating Xosses, Excesses or Over-Indulgences, In cipientrSoftening of tbe Brain or Paresis, Dizziness, Ioss of Memory, Confused noughts 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 indulgence in tho Opium, Morphine or Chloral habit. 00 doses or enough to last ono menth: East and South via THE SHASTA ROUTE of the Southern Pacific Company. cAMronniA mcrnjaa tbain uuw daii.t hb- TWJtrW roUTl.AHD AMDB. T, , Houtn. MortET" 7:W p. m, I l.v. 0:18 p. m. I IiV. 8:16 a.m. Ar. 1'ortlund Balem Han Fran. Ar. 7:85 a. 01 Liv. 6:20 a, jn V.V. 70 p. m Above trains tup only at following miitionn nortti of ItOHebarg-, East Portland Uriifon Cltr, Woodburn, rialem, Albany Tangent, ahcda, HulMiy. IlarrUburi, JunotlouUtty.lryJns and Eiigone. iuwriiuhumaIi, l)AII.r. B::J a.m. 11:17 a.m 6:60 p. m. Portland Halem Iloseburtf Ar. I i-Mp.ui, IiV. I 1:40 p. m. XjV. 7:(n.U) UV. Ar. Albany looal, Dally Kzoept Bunitay, .00 p. m, 7:62 p.m. 9:00 p. m, LvT Ar. Portland SrT I.v. t,v, 10:Wa.m. 7iWo.m, ealem Albany nw u. ni. OiuJug Cara ou itgden ISeutc PDLLMAN BUFFET SLBEFBRS AND Second Class Sleeping Cars- Attached to all throuKh trains. iVestStde Division, Between Portland aad GervalHs: IAHTltXOXPT IIUMDAT). bII .1.1. .U. ,TS 6:il0 o. m, laio p. m. I Ar. 1 12:68 p. m, At Albany and OorvallU connect train of Orexon Ptmlflo Itallroad. wtn KXrilBrMTUAIN (I1AILV KXOKPTHUMUA 1 J " ' ' IBM. :J p. m. JJvT l'ortiamf ArTT pu a iu MoMlnnvllIe Lr. I 6:15a. ro T.ia p. in Ar. TUItOUCIU TI0ki;TB To all points In the Kastern Mates, Canada and Europe can be obtained at lowest rates from W. W. bKINNKK, Agent, Balom. J6.P. ltOUUIW. AssU U. If. aud Pass. A'l K. KOKHL.KK. Uanar Tho Yaqulna Route. And Oregon Development company's steam. ship Hue. a miles attorter, W fiuur lesa time than iiy any other route, pint .euus throiith passenger and freight lluu from Portland und all joints u llie Willamette valley to and from lun PrancUco. T1MB MmZDVlM, (Kxoept Sunday.) Lv Albany l.-co p m I JLv Oorvaiiis-liiO p m Ar Yaaulna.-jm p m I Lv Yarjuluatti a m l.r OorvallU. Ifta6 aw Ar Albjiy..lt:ip, m Q. O. tralna eonpect at Albany ant Our valtls. The above trains connect t Yaoulua with tkeOrtaon Oevelonment Oo.'s line ofaleam. ra between Yaqulnn and Han Francisco. n. ui-asen4!en iroiu t'ortiana unu an Wlilameite valley points can make close con neetlon with tbu trains of the Yaotiluu Itotita at Albany or Oorvallls and If dnstlned to Man rraucisco, si.ouia arrange to arrive at r aquina the evenlun fci"o date of aalllor. Passenger and .Vielcht Kates alwars the lowest For Information apply to Metfis, HUI.MAN Oi Kielsbt and Ticket tAtent ilOO and 303 Front street, Portlsnd.Or or a 0. UOUVB. Ao't n'l FL A Pass. Att, Or. PaelBo K. B- ti Oorvallls, Or. Ca H, HA8W10.L, )r Qtu'l Freight and 1'mi, Agl. Ore. Development Oo., 80s Homfouury Bt OREGON PACIFIC It R. ijyw ainini,ii-iiiiiiiiiiiiiri iiiii I'mimmmim J,LDENNBH1 CANDIES SON, ' l.i A M Fruit and V, O. Ulook. Clgm a and Tobncco, IJlLLfAllI) PARLOR, U4U Oom'l Qtrt. T, W. THORNBURG, Tho Upholsterer, Jtemodels, re-ooTers and repair upholstered furniture. Flrct) eintm wor. I'h,,'ia BtreeU - Balem Btateltunranoo Mock. 99 NERVE REVIVER and is, THE WILLAMETTE, 8ALEM, QJtJSGLOJr. Rates, 12.50 to $5.00 pec Day The best hotel betwoon Portland and Baa Francisco. Klrst-clasa In all Its appointments. Its tables are served with tho Choicest Fruits Grown in the Vlllamelte' Valley. A. I, WAGNER. Prop. Farm for Sale or Trade. On easy terms, four miles east of Bubllmlty, containing M7 acres will trade for. property In or near Balem. U. Q. DO VE, M Bubllmlty, Or. II. W. Bmlth, postmaster of Lewlsvllle, and W. P. Murphy, or Balem, have for sale abott 2,000 acres of good forming and stock land 1b tbo liucklamute country In Polk county. Prices range from CO o tw per acre. All goo4 property, and on the market for the tint time, (ireat bargain. Cull on or. address the above. dw-3-lt-U From Terminal or Inferior Points Ins Is the line to take To all Points East and M. It Is thedlnlng car rente, itrnm through vestibule train; every day la the year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO (No change of cars.) OompMed of dining can unsurpassed, Pullman drawlug room slaeeen Of latest quSjaMt TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Uest that enn be onuitructed and la wkleei accommodatlens are both Iree and far. nlshed mr bolder, of Ant aad mtcond titum tloteu.andi ELEOAKT DAY COAOHS. A.oontlnuot line ounce rt tag vrHh all Hues, attordlng dlreot mmi untnterrupeMl service. Pullman sli rr" """wc lone o fees, wired In ad vim- Jtr -v any asvutt mt the road. Through tickets (oand from ail ptaUU In Aiuwlra, KngUnd aaal Kiiwt east tm purchased at auy ticket estMer(MtfNt Jfli lurormaUon coaeswstii Ms, Uasf oAralnkyroute andathar sktaiHt fckMihatessi on ,nplleatlon Z &?--, Assistant Otaeral Pmhwust Aakt. Mo. m jru-H wimhh, cor, waiuiBala; rorw wtb;u, fna jivit VMtVtlVtVal W ' Bargains in Land. til ' H1 JT1 I m Pi m I ll 5"