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THe Nervous System the Seal
of Life and Mind. Recent
No mystery has over compared with thato
human llfp. It has been the IcitillnWubJoc
of professional resoarch and study liPiili nipS
uu. w..,...,.uuB una liu;v u ,s , Ctner,
thut tliu sea!
team the up
per pnitof the
near the bns
of the brain
and bo sensi
tive Is this
portion of tht
teni that c-Vrr.
the nrli k nt
rnu so instant
, , ., "wvu'uiica nut u uciuuiisiraieu mat
all tbeorgans of tho body ate under the con.
fjh tlio norvo centers, located In or neat
tho base of tho brain, unci that when tliiiMarc
deranged tho orcran which tl.ev .tinn.y with
nerve fluid aro also deranwd. When It N re
mombered that a serious Inluiy to il,e hplual
cord will caiwo paralysis of the body below
tho Injured point, becauso the nerve force I
prevented by tho Injury from reaching the
paralyzed portion, it will bo understood how
tho doranxemont of the ncrvo centers nil
'"-''? V!odorall.omont of tho various organs
which thoy supply with nervo force.
Two-thirds of chronic diseases mo due to
tuo imperfect action of tho nervo c.o m ut
tho base of tho brain, not from n hcl
ment primarily originating In the ori i i,.
jolf. Tho great mistake of phynicii n- in
treating these diseases Is that they tn. 'lie
organ rather than tho nerva centers which
are tho cause of tho trouble.
I)n. I'Rankmn Miles, the celebrated spe
clallsUias profoundly studied this subject for
oyer 20 years, add has made many Important
discoveries In connection with It. chief among
them being tho facts contained In the a ovt
statement, and that tho ordinal v methods ot
treatment aro wrong. All headache, dizzi
ness, dullness, confusion, pressure, blue,
mania, melancholy, Insanity, epilepsy, St.
itus uatico, otc.. aro nervous illscasos no
matter how caused. Tho wonderful success of
I)r. Miles Kestorativo Nervine is duo to the
fact that It is based on the foregoing principle.
Dr. Milks' Restorativb Nervine is sold by
all druggists on a positive guarantee, or rent
direct by Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart,
1ml.. on receipt of price, fl rer batlis. six
bottles for $3. express prepaid. It contains
cither opiates nor dangerous drugs.
Holt! by D. J. Fry, druggist, Salem
KAfAllf. n l.fnirn.lAa !( ., . . - . . .
Chang, the Chinese giant, now con
verses in several languages.
The only member of the British roy
alty who does not pay postage is the Duke
of Cambridge, exempted ns commander
Tho Princess of Wales is a frequent
visitor to tho studios of Sir Frederick
Leighton, and on such occasions gener
ally takes tea with Lady Leighton.
Eddie Johnson, a Kentucky boy, who
is 2i years old, weighs 85 pounds and is
regarded as the largest child of his age in
tho state. Ho wears a man's hat and a
9 J shoo.
The Duchess of Edinburgh can ex
press her royal will and desire in fivo
languages. She speaks and writes Eng
lish, Russian, German, French and Ital
Mr. Clifford, traveling passengerngent
of the Canadian Pacific road, says that
an expert of his company is mapping out
a tour of the world for Mr. Cleveland to
make when his term ends.
The first Mrs. Rider Haggard was a
Miss Carroll of Baltimore. She was di
vorced from the English novelist and is
now living on tho Pacific coast with a
third husband. She was tho original of
Kacrambini Ganguli is the name
which a Hindoo woman doctor rejoices
in. She is a B. A. and an M. A. of Cal
cutta university, but she wants to get a
medical degree from a European or
Mr. Selons, who gets a medal from the
Royal Geographical society this year, is
believed to have killed more elephants
than any one else. Ho is popularly re
garded as the original of Rider Haggard's
BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS.
Perugini desires to go upon tho dra
When Charles "Wyndham appears in
KSW York, it will bo in "The Bauble
Mies Juliette Corden, thenewPriscilla
in "The Islo of Champagne," has scored
John Harley has purchased "Walker,
London," for James T. Powers and com
pany. It is by J. M. Barrie.
John Drew is in London with his fami
ly. Hois bo popular there that Charles
Frohman has arranged that he shall oc
cupy tho Criterion next season.
The New York Empire theater will be
gin a preliminary season on Aug. 21 with
"Liberty Hall," a sentimental and en
gaging London comedy by R. C. Carton.
Gns Heege, tho author of "Yon Yon
eon," writes from Tronbjera, Norway,
that ho has already gathered material
for a new Swedish dialect comedy for
Charles Frohinan disposed of his rights
to "The Second Mrs. Tanquoray" to Mr.
and Mrs. Kendal recently, and the Eng
lish players will useitduringtbeirfortb
coming American tour.
It is rumored that there may again bo
a Wallack'a theater in New York city.
Arthur Wallack, tho eldest son of the
lato Lester Wallack, being credited with
nourishing such a scheme.
. . RAILROAD TIES.
The Grand Trunk has paid aU its back
taxes to the state of Maine,
The Jersey Central is going to build a
3-milo branch from Perth Amboy to con
nect with the factories along the Rantan
Tho Canadian Pacific railroad is tak
" lng Btrps to acquire the Windsor and
Annapolis and western couutiw railways
in Nova Scotia.
t u , r Kcxv Drloans has been
elected supremo chief inspector of the
Car, Inspectors' Protective association of
A recent record of one of the Royal
Blue line fliers was M.9 inilea to B3 min
ntea, deducting six minutes for a stop.
It was made between Bound Brook, N.J.,
f nd Wayne jawtfos.
Dr. Sarah E. Sherman of Salem,
Mass.. has been mado president of the
Massachusetts Surgical and Gynaecolog
Miss Helen Bradlee of Boston has
given $50,000 to add to the comforts of
women patients at the McLean asylum
in that city.
Tho family of Toppans of Newbury-
port. Mass.. still hold lnnil thorn flint
hasbeen in the family without inter
ruption for 2 centuries.
Amilcare Cipriani, the Italian revolu
tionist who has passed most of his life
in exile or prison, is paying a visit to his
friends in London, among them Louise
George Parsons Lathrop, who went
over to Catholicism not long ago, has ac
cepted the editorship of Tho Visitor, a
Roman Catholic weekly published in
The Comtesso do Mirabeau Martcl is
blond and no longer young. She is of
medium Btature, with wavy hair and
largo, brilliant eyes. She lives in an old
fashioned villa in the environs of Paris.
The Rev. William C. Winslow of Bos
ton, tho eminent archaeologist, has been
elected an honorable fellow of tho Soci
ety of SciencT and Arts of Great Britain
on account of his valuable labor as an
A hitherto unfamiliar portrait of Ben
jamin Franklin by Duplessis, tho French
painter, has been recently discovered in
Germany by a young American physi
cian, Dr. C. F. Snyder, and has been
sent to Philadelphia.
Professor J. Rendel Harris of Cam
bridge university. England, who is re
ported as having discovered at Mount
Sinai tho only complete Syrian manu
script of tho four gospels, was formerly
connected with the faculty of Johns
Dr. Lennox Browne, who has stopped
into the shoes of Sir Morell Mackenzio
in London as an authority on diseases
of the throat, was at the ago of 25 Sir
Morell's chief chemical .assistant. In
addition to his skill as a physician ho
has unusual artistic gifts.
Lieutenant Thorwald Fritsche of the
royal Banish navy, who has come to this
country for tho purpose of beginning a
8-years' service in the American navy, is
said to bo the first naval officer of a for
eign power to receive permission to enter
tho navy of tho United States.
ODDS AND ENDS.
It is said that tho game of craps origi
nated among the Greeks.
Of the 01,000 breweries estimated to
bo in the world 20,000 are in Germany.
British noblemen frequently pay as
much as $33,500 a year for their shooting.
The smoky taste of Scotch whisky is
due to the uso of peat in tho manufac
ture. Tho Scotch herring fishery is now the
greatest in the world, employing 12,000
boats and 100,000 people.
Chicago's mortality statistics show
that a surprisingly largo number of resi
dents of the lako city live to be over 00.
Virginia possesses nearly 2,000,000
acres of oyster beds, and hero tho oysters
sometimes grow as large as soup plates
A copy of the first dictionary, made
by Chinese scholars in tho year 1109 B.
C, is still preserved among tho archives
of the Celestials.
To form Borne idea of the largeness of
this earth one may look upon the land
ntv fmm tho tonof an ordinary church
tAni nnrl then bear in mind that one
must view 000,000 similar landscapes to
get an approximately correct idea oi tno
size of the earth.
There are some very long established
houses of business in England, but uoth
ing to be compared with one in Japan.
A dancing master there has just been
celebrating the thousandth anniversary
of the death of the member of his fam
ily who first started the business.
The expression "Vox populi vox Dei"
the voice of the people is tho voice of
God was used in the writings of Wil
liam of Malmesbury, who was born A.
D. 1075 or 1005 and died about 1142. He
quoted the expression as a proverb oven
in his thne sufficiently well known.
Tho Lady Spencer waist is a popular
shape. This b cut open in a deep V,
with great lace bretelles headed by a
narrow pearl gimp as a finish, with gir
die to match.
Velvet ribbon, moire ribbons, shot
like opal, sometimes Btripod with con
trasting colors, and reversible satin rib
bons aro all in great nse on summer
hats and toques.
Violet ranks high among leading tints
in choice dress fabrics. The majority
of women aro not disposed toward vio
let proper, but the new pinkish tints are
more generally becoming.
Economists who wish to remodel lace
skirts with scalloped edges should gore
the breadths over n silk lining to give
them finune.. then cut off the worn
scallops and add a thered Spanish
flounce of new lace.
The stores are now filled with a host
of natty and very inexpensive shirt
waists in lwtiste. india linen, striped
and dotted surah, percale, taffeta. lawn
and chambray. Nothing could be neater
or cooler tor suury um". j -Tamboured
organdies and flowered
. ri i.. ..r, ,at favor this sea-
wiss mum '" - - ,
!T.l lovelv day and evening dresses
1 e made of these fabrics. Less of tn.
oure white pattern is x&A than tho
Hrimro yellow. wlrt. nil. and wil-
in various exquhnte tints. ."ew xw
.dIV JUSTUS tj OjII'ITAJU aOjOftltfAXi, &JXTDA'$,
THE FATE OF A LOVE LETTER.
Hard llcartcil Compositors Mako Dterr
Olcr tho i:irualou of a Keportar.
Ono of Tho Herald men is in love. His
name is withheld for reasons which np
pear later on. Somo three weeka a , ho1
wroto n letter to his inamorata. It was
n long, warm, typewritten letter, takin;
up about eight of tho big sheets that rj
used on tho writing machine. Being
suddenly called away on a hurried as
signment, he left his screed, rather care
lessly of course, face downward on the
desk of a brother reporter.
This must have happened at about 10
p. m., for tho brother reporter camoin
from another hurried assignment at 11
p. m. and found some copy papor laid
out before him awaiting tho marks of
his genius. Ho forthwith wroto out
what he had to write and "sent it in,"
and it appeared in due course in the
morning paper. Tho portion of tho let
ter that ho innocently usod included the
signature of tho lovesick swain.
Now this brother reporter noticed
that there was something typewritten on
tho back of tho paper, but assuming that
it was "dead" news ho summarily ran
his pen down tho page to inJicato that
only tho other 6ido should bo'used. Then
ho put away tho remainder of the paper
in tho drawer ready for tho next "story.''
On tho next day ho used some moro Of
tho paper for "copy." As before, he sim
ply ran his pen through the dead "copy"
andliovcr took tho pains to read it.' One
of the "coinps" up stairs who got a "take"
from tho batch did, however, glance at
tho "dead" copy and got bo interested
that ho read it through.
It was rich. Vows of undying dovo
tion, words of burning affection and
amorous, clamorous, nltitudinous rhet
oric filled tho page. The writer was evi
dently hard hit, J he wanted tho loved
ono to know it. The hardened "comp"
could not keep such u good thing to him
self, and forthwith ho read it aloud to
liis "case" mates.
Thoy enjoyed it, of course, and there
was at once an alarm sounded to read
aloud tho reverse of all of Jones', the
brother reporter's, copy. It docs not
tako long for such bright fellows as
"comps" aro to fix things. Within two
minutes of tho first alarm nil of tho in
teresting copy was assembled, tho pieces
were placed in consecutivo ordor, and
tho fivo sizzling typewriter pages, reek
ing with love, were road to a delighted
group of listeners. A few favored
friends from "down stairs" wero called
in to sharo tho fun, nnd everybody felt
what a lot somo men miss in this world
through not falling in love.
Alas, there was one thing wanting!
Jones, it will bo rcraombered, had sent
up the page containing the signature the
day before. That page, then, was prac
tically gono, although, as tho old copy
is kept for a prescribed time, a pertina
cious seeker after facts could havo found
it. Nobody but Jones knew when tho
signature went up to the composing
room, and ho would not tell. Ho no
sooner heard of tho racket up stairs than
ho made for tho opening pages, whero
the address was. Theso he burned, after
assuring himself that there was nothing
important on them. Nobody, therefore,
save Jones, knows who tho writer of
thaHovesick epistle is.
Tho secret is sacred. There is a girl
somewhere possibly a reader of this
pago who is wondering whero that let
ter is. She may know now. Boston
Tbu BUtor of Charlea Dlcken.
Lotitia Mary Dickens, whose dpath has
been recently atmounced, was born in
St. Mary's place, Chatham, when her
brother Charles was about 4 years old.
That was in 1810, on April 23, a birth
day she was proud to. share with Sliake
spearo. She was ono of eight brothers
and Bisters, two of whom died in infan
cy. Of the two Dickens girls who grew
up she was tho younger, her sister Fan
ny, afterward Mrs. Burnett, being bIx
years her senior. Mrs. Burnett died in
early married life, her husband, who
survived her for many years, dying only
this year and on tho dato of Charles
Dickens' birthday. For the last 23 years
of his life Charles Dickens therefore had
this only sister, Letitia, and sho sur
vived him for a like period of 23 years,
devoted to his memory. With her has
passed away tho last of tho eight chil
dren of John and Elizabeth Dickens.
At the age of 20 she married Mr. Henry
inotln ii civil entrineer of some repute.
it., wnrlml for thoiroveniment when the
insanitary condition of eome country dis
tricts seemed an invitation xoniecuoiera
in the early forties, aud when he died in
ifirtt nt tlm n'o of CO. his widow became
tho recipient of a pension, on which she
lived in Spartan uignuy uuniiK oj ji-
of mourning. London Illustrated News.
Object Leoin In lrM by Vttnn.
Dr. Rest of the New Century club in
Philadelphia has been showing us how
much time we waste in the making and
.nn4nr of mir cowiu bv donning the
regular India dress for the benefit of the
club. The cress sae iuowim w muc
was a rich piece of violet silk embroider
wl with stars in pure gold, costing about
m in India. It was 8 yards long, with
awoven border of palms in gray and
violet The silk was thrown around th
hips at its full width, malting a petti
coat which was tied with a knot on on
tide TUu a dip plaiting together of
oboutajardof it into four inobw was
tuckd firmly into the belt thus made.
The lk was then passed over one arm
and under the other, which would leave
one arm bare, and the remaining oorner
of the silk made u Uwiiebiughood drawn
over the head. Here were ft spring bon
net and a new gown all out of one length
of8yardsofthesoftest.uk. v Itajta
vantages or me utm wwu. --;
bare arm and a bit of flesh above the belt
under the other ana wouui --
a long sleeved Jacket of silk velvet
v- nut on before the rimpU rb.-N
J York Ban.
Royalty nml Muntnch
It has been lvinarked that Jn addition
to her other personal attractions tho in
fantu is in possession of what tho From; i
call legcr duvet, or, in plain English, the
down upon tho upper lip. American
women, moro particularly thoso who
associations and observations havo boo:i
confined to their nativo land, havo come
tolook upon the legcr duvot as some
thing uufeminino and unattractive. It
h rather a distinctive matter of pride,
however, to tlw beauties of tho Latin
nations, nnd is taken, moreover, as a
badge of strength of charactor and an
indication of self reliance without as
suming tho coarser vigor of masculinity.
When Rome was in its "most high
nnd palmy stato," tho women of tho re
fined nnd cultured set affected not onlj
tho down on tho lip, but a hirsuto growth
on tho faco. They resorted to artificial
means add smeared ointment over their
cheeks to etimulnto the growth of hair.
Cicero sayo that tho practico becamo so
universal that a law was passed against
it The Greeks also wero affected in the
samo manner and gavo their Cyprian
Venus aboard to enhauco her good looks.
-Now York World.
Driven to tho Ilonco Tot.
Says a correspendent: 1 lost my com
plexion very young, grow sallow, and in
order to remedy this pumpkinliko mask
I took to rouging. It was a success.
Peoplo began to Ray: "How well you
look! Such a fino color." I prido my
self on tho fact that 1 have nn exceed
ingly finished touch. I never left my
mirror without giving my faco tho most
carefnl scrutiny. I learned to shado off
tho odges until I really boliovo that my
liomemado flush was prettier than u good
many going tho rounds that wero per
fectly natural, for it never spread over
my chin, noso nnd forehead.
Ono day I hoard a woman lecture on
tho evils of painting tho cheeks. I went
home, threw my box of rannino in tho
firo nnd resolved that I would bo natural
at all hazards. In a fow days I bogan to
bo greeted with commiserating glances.
Friends asked if 1 wero ill. "Yon look
so fagged Must be something tho mat
ter." I ptood it us long us I could, when
back to my rotigo I went, and I shall not
desert it for anything moro natural un
less it be to adopt beet juice, which, 1
bear, is not only a bonutifier, but a tonic
for tho skin as well.
A Ilrldul Scrapbook.
A bridal Bcrnpbook is novel nnd adds
much to tho merriment of tho occasion.
It is of course bound in whito vellum,
with tho monogram of tho brido nnd
groom and tho dato in silvor. There is
space for the cortillcato mado out by tho
officiating clergyman, which is to bo
signed by each and every guest. It may
bo placed in chargo of one of tho ushers
and should rest on a cushion of whito on
a table large enough to hold n massive
silver inkstand and henrnck. Ono of the
prottiest spectacular effects of tho affair
is tho sight of the brido signing her now
name for tho first timo.
Tho book also contains spaces for tho
photographs of tho entire bridal party
as well as for bits of tho gowns worn.
Just before tho departure of tho happy
couplo a maid might carry around a sil
ver bowl full of rico, so that each guest
may shower tho departing brido with
the emblem of prosperity. Tho last de
tail, although its preparation may ante
dato others, it tho writing of the mar
riage notice for tho press. Now York
Decorated Trover Hook. .
Prayer books are n fad this season,
especially thoso for youthful brides. A
beautiful volume containing four origi-1
nal sonnets done in antiquo silver letter
ing upon rough edgod parchment has a
center piece njion tho outside of old
Flemish lace, bordered with small imi
tation pearls. Orango buds and leaves
are embroidered in groups on both sides
of tho white Batin cover and nil ver filigreo
protectors lap over tho comers. Tho
richest covers for brides' prayer books,
which contain only tho marriago service,
are of inoiro or silk, suede kid, or of
white satin, inoiro or silk corduroy. Tho
last named material admits of but little
embroidery, and this uppears at tho cor
ners, the bride's initials in silver taking
the center of tho cover in front. The re
verse lias the dato of tho marriago also
in silver lettering. For covers of white
satin or moiro narrow borders of ecclesi
astical couching in silver thread and ec
clesiastical silk are used. Boston Cou
Ulna jJtima juojjti
'n Danger of Consumption
i wan l ' aw! dweeurarul when I called
, tiie ti I i itoster. lie litUuuted I ba4
TrHirt"n imhI woukl not Ht long. I da-
, uk Ilwt' BsrisparliU and I n
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hVvPM asTeaiUr, lowfO
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OCTOBER 120, ISiOi.
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Ilorulo YVorU by a Vounc Girl.
Helen Patcliell, tho 14-yciir old daugh
ter of Charlea W. Pntcholl, a well known
citizen of Darby, proved herself n licro
tno yesterday. Alighting from tho noon
train nt Doono stntion, Miss P.itcholl
paused to allow nn express train to pass
on tho opposite track. Sho held by tho
hand tho 5-year-old boh of Edward Kirk
Patrick, Mr, PatohoH'a partner.
As tho train thundered through tho
tunnel and ttwopt under a bridge loss
than n hundred yards away 'sho biiw her
owu baby brother nnd sister run down
to meet her mid ttop on tho track in tho
faco of tho approaching train.
An instant's delay meant death to
both. If sho attomptod to rescuo thoin,
bho herself and tho little boy might bo
ground under tho engine. Tho engine
whistle shrieked, nnd tho heavy train
rushed on. Tho great wheels, pulling
tho fastest train on tho road, woro count
ing off 70 miles ait hour.
Whilo tho neighbors nislicd to thoir
doors, alarmed by thowhistlo, und stood
horror sti iukon, Miss - llolon novor lies
itatod, but dragging tho littlo boy across
tho tracks nlio pushed her brother aud
her sister from tho rails upon tho plat
form and scrambled up herself with tho
boy. Tho engino dashed by, sweeping
asido tho dress of tho bravo girl, and the
suction of tho train draw her almost un
der tho wheels.
So close was tho cscnpo of tho little
party that tho mother of tho girl, who
"was itwitiH'BH of tho episode, and tho
borvants on (ho lawn turned away their
heads, thinking thut nil would bo ground
to pieces by tho engine Chester Cor.
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ir injury io iiie mem aeucaieaKin.
wttifor fifty year the uocrot .nrmulanl
Kruamua wllaon, acknowledged by iiliyal'
lana as tho hlgheal authority and the
mom eminent derrnatolotcid ana halripe
claim that over lived. During his prlvute
practlc ol a llfotlme among the nobility
tua urinocruey ur tturope tie prescrioea
n in rw-ioe. ivice. ii ny mnn. aecureiv
uckid t'orrcaooudenco confidential. Hole
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1'ltOKUHflIONAl, AND UUBINES3 OAItDB.
i. it. n'Aitor. ato, a. iunoium.
S'AUOV & 1IINOI1AM. Attorneys at lw.
luminal, 2 and 8. D'Arcy Mulldinir. Hi
Hi atreet. Hpeclnl attention given to bual
new) in the supreme and circuit courU of the
state. 3 11
rilll'MON KOKI1, Attorney at law, Halein,
I Oregon, Office upalatra In I'utton block
J. IIIOOKII. Altoineyailawaiem, Ore
gon, unice over liush'a bank
T J.8HAW.M.W.11UNT. HHAWAIIUNT
t) . Attorneys Ht law. OtTife over Capital
National bunk, Hulem, Urrgon.
OIIN A. OAH-kON, Attorney at law, rooms
I x and 4, lluah bank building, Halein, Or,
II. r, ItOSUAM. W. II. HOI.MKH.
BON II All A 1IOI.MKM, Altorueya at law.
Ollloe In lluah block, between Htateaud
UMirt, on Ommerclal atreet.
loiTTT ilAYNKJ AlTOirNKV-ATw AwT"
5) tvilkr loin mad'tai.rt promptly remitted,
iitnpby block, i or Hlate ana Uommerclal
alreeta Halem, Oregon. t"-lf.
If O. KNIOHTOW-Archltect aud auetrln.
VV leuUent omee, rooms v and b nuaii-
K. ItJC'UK, monographer and Tjp
, wrltvst Heat equipped tyi-swrltlngof.
but one In Oregon, Over Hush's bank,
Dlt A. UAVH. l4ttl'tOraduataof Mew
York,glvtssuioUlatiiitloo to the dls
utMufviiiMii nnd children, poae, throat,
li"g, kidneys, skin dls and surgery,
onteoat rM.tdDnce,lot Mtat4 street. Conm'l.
htii rrom voixa m Himinsp oi. y.uiin
ii U. UltoWMC, il O., hytBlnandHur.
J, (Min. Offlee, Murphy bloik; irealdsncv,
lV. o mn TdiM slreL
IMLT U MMITI1. DnntUt, W HUU strint
j SUIefii. Oregon. Klnlabed dental opera,
ih.ua u niry description ramies .opera
uoHKi4altr. J l I'D' 'I, Arnhl'tt, plans, eclrlna
VV . txm and auirlotii'lut for alt
l A building. Otllcw ao Commercial
l,HHis ol VrUrans, U. A into Ttnr
Iilnain0ilit at the I O. (J T
Vlaluog brothers ar roMtHlty luvJUd
lead Oil it, U UiutVH. Capb
ulnars ar formally uv)ie
()li it. u JlitfiWuf, Capb
rMUirnorHlN UilHtK .NO. 1 A.O. U. W-
I MMUIntboJr hill la HUl Insurane
ii.iMM.tf. .very M w
J. A. Kl.WOOI,lteorUr.
Ml-H ANNIKTIInltNToM, Conservator
1 Muale Urewlen. U'rmsur. Weal
nui luairuiueaulmusle. ina'ruetorof Preach
and Oerinan at Wilutfaatie Unlverslir. .
i need, Iti produotlon U not an acoldant, but the muH of icImtMo
Kuowlodie ot the dfwMe ot the hair and aoaln ltd to the dlscov.
to trat thitm. StrnnfcumMntAlna nnlthur mlnr.l.HMnii. f
Only 3 cent! day delivered at
p. o. aiooin
The House Mover.
151 Marlon Street.
lias tho beat fncllltles tor moving and ruin-Ins-
homes. .Leave order at i.ruy llroa., o?
address HiUem, Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior I'oints the
l.ls thellneto take
To all Points East and South;-
It Is the dining car route. It runs through
vestibule tralnxj.every day In tho year to
ST. PAUL AND
I(No change of cars.)
Compesed of dining cars unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
Of latest CKiufpaea'
llest that can be constructed and In wlilob
nccommodatUns are both Ires and ttu
nlshed for holder of first and scoond-claes
tickets, and '
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Aoontlnuov Hoe oonneotlng with nil
lines, atlordlug direct nnd uninterrupted
Pullman sltepo wvntlonacan beae.
cured in advmca . rctnU any agent ot
Through tickets tn and from all point
In America, Kngland and ICurope can be
purchased at any ticket office of this com
jiany. Kull Information oonoerntng rates, tiros
of tralns.routesandQtherdeUll furnished
on application to any agent or
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General rasMnger Agent, -Mo,
lai Klrst street, oor. Waihlngtont i'ojt-
Bjiaw & Downino, AKents.
Newport, - Oregon.
Located on the Peach, two miles noith
of Newport on Cnvo Cove, a beautifully
Hholtered apot, wonderful scenery, nee
balhlnif, lino drives to Capo Kou I weath
er llnlitliouse. Houso new, rooms larga
ami airy. Finest resort for fu ml I leu or
Invalids. Open all whiter. Term
moderate by day or week. lutendlnjr
visitors can drop a postal card' to Now
port aud be met by Imrk,
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
l DAYS to
goorg the Qu!ckestet0a Chicago .and
KoiirS uer to Omaha and Kan
Through Pullman and Tourist Slepeu Free
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Can.
borrau and gtotral Informatioo call nt.
w, ii. it uHLUunr, Aut, n r, a
V Washington III.. OorJid
DOTECTIYB AND GOULEGTIXG BOREAr
SAI.1CM, ... Oregon
Vrlrate work special t.
0, H, 0UCM JOiT, WAaT.
On Meter System.
TO CONSUMERS :
TheHalem Light and I"owor Company- M
bi1 vxpnin imvo equipped tholr KleetrM
LlKht plant with the m i inodtrn apparatus
IIrIU tbau nny ry-tciu nud at a rate lower
I thnu nny ell) on llio tonat.
Arc and Incandescent light,
lug. Klcctric Motors for fill
purposes wltorc power is re
K(i lencea can ba wired for as many light
aa dealrod and the oourumtra my for only
tuch light are tired. Tlila belnu reglateied
179 Commercial St,
(Uya lie Hi rot so'd out lut
attuply nuivtd hta ihop to the
old atnud at Llbetly atrett
Steam Wood Saw
Leave! orders at Falem Im
provement Co.. 05 Btnto atreet.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
E. W. HADLEY, Receiver.
SHORT LINE to CALIFORNIA
CCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
B. H. WU l.AMfrtTK V.M.I.Y.
Ijoavrsfpn Kranolaeo, Oct 7th, !7lUandV7 k
Leaves Yaqulnn.Uoi, t!d, 12tli,?Jd nnd Novell
HATKd ALWAYS BA'JJBKAOTOHT,
For lrclaht and PiirsenErr rate nnnl v to any
agent or purser of this company.
It 1 n UIAIAIl I , UUU-IBUIH,
O. T. VVAIU11 AW. T F. & ! A.
O. M. l'OWKlUJ, Agent, Pa!om Deck.
(Northern Pacific R. R, Co,, Ltsiw.)
LATEST TIME CARD,
Two Through Train Dally.
1 2: ilpm
1... Minn... n
I ...Htl'mil a
t -Ashland, a
Tickets sold and bngiraee checked through
to all polnis In the United Htates and Canada.
Close connection made In Chicago 'With all
trains going Kant nnd Honth.
Kor lull information apply to your nearest
ticket agent or J ah, a. I'ONf).
(Jen. IVum. and Tkt,AgL, Chicago, ill
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
CAI-irOllWIA XJtl'ItBM THAW ROW DAII.Y -TWKEN
1-OKTIJlNn AMI) fl. F.
uiTA p. iif.Tiv.
I0:ia a.m. Ar.
Above trains stop at all stations from
Portland to Albany Inclusive also at Taucent
ibodd, Ilalsey, llarrlsburg, Junotlon Dlty,
Irving. Kucene and all stations from Kostburg
o Ashland Inclusive.
KOHKiitiiir vaIi, d'a1i.y,
U0 a. in. liV.
Ilil7 b, in I Lv.
M p.m. Ar,
v m aai
J.v. I lip, w,
LV, 7,-OOB. W
Dining Carn oh Og(cH Konte
PDLLMAN BUFFET SLHKFKKS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains,
rVestSidc Dirisioi, Beiweti Mini
PAII.Y- (WtCaiT HtfJnATl,
' bMi p. w.
tifin. in. 1 Ar.
At Albany and (JorvallU connect
rains of Oregon 1'aMflo Itallmnd.
hh.tha1m init.Y Bs'tiawrwnwfiAV
Tmik mTVI'V? ""lrtfami "r.T k;iA"sT
TraSii. m.l Ar. WeMlnnvllla l.y. I fcja. w
To all polnu In the Kaattrn Htates, Canada
tnd Europe can be obtained at lowest rate
irom W. W. DKIMNKK, Agent, Nalam.
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