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EVEKItfO- CAPITAL JOUHNAIi, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 183. J fftfl $ I1!E CAPITAL JOURNAL FOULiaUKD DAILY, KXCEPT SUNDAY, Bf THK Capital Journal Publishing Company l igtoince B'o:tc. Cordmerctbl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. .Dally, by oirrlor, pir month,- Dally, bv mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year, $0 60 aoo 1.60 0UR8VTUIUAY NIUUT. Everj boJy would like be a baDker. Therein aglamour about tbe banking business that 'often deceives people Into tbo'lllea tbat tbe baDker has the toucb of K"ld U d does not have to work for wluttho gets. He la bltnply n person dealing Willi accumulated resources He'bundles tlte stored forces of econ omy. Tbo savings of hundreds, the lit tle surplus ea"Mnga of thousands, tbe stcrlfUed of the inutiy, uro gathered to gether and placed In charge of certain individuals who make a busines of managing them to the best advan tage for others. In a smaller way each individual cat) bo a banker. Tbe moment you have u surplus dollar you are a banker. fiu there are other wajsof b inking than saving money. Yet saving money If oueot tbe btst of decipllnes for the in dividual from u moral standpoint. Bpendlug lavishly for uuo'a self is the basis of a materialism that leads to de Btructlon, It is seeking happiness by gratifying the senaea uud suppressing tbe spirit. Bpendlug lavishly on others Involves obligation in return, just as borrowing of others does The Individ ual should set his face sternly against anything but absolute solvenoy. That means owe no man anything but love. You can bo a banker or a bankrupt. The difference between a banker and a bankrupt is the difference between ninety. ulno cents and a dollar. Yet it Is all tbo dlflerouce in tbe world. It is tbe difference between prosperity and distress. It Is the dllFereuce between personal freedom and being under obli gation. It Is tbo difference between be ing your own master and being in bondage to another. Tbe man or woman who oarns $4.00 n weak and lays aside (1.00 must make sacrifices. But the sacrifices make the individual. Individuality is Impossible amid bank ruptny,. The individual can only come out in freedom aud thero is little free dom In debt. vou can be a banker by husbanding your resources and saviugyourstrength in other ways. Moderate eating, ab stinence from all stimulants, narcotics, poisons, drugs, anything but tho plain est food and pure wator, and not too much of that, will give you a bauk ac- :u.a dVa couut or a uulaoiu ago to draw upon It will be a cheer aud comfort to be hearty and vigorous In the sixties and seventies, Instead of a decrepit helpless being, A tialem gentleman who leads quite au active life aud Is In the prime of health at almost seventy eats only two moals a day, ouo at 8 a.m. aud one at 5 p. in. Wo should be bankers lu our dispos itions more than anythlug else. We should suvo as much of the fresh aud eunny resources of our nature as possi ble to draw upon for the dark and cloudy weather of life. The bauk ac count of good nature should alwnys have a big balanco on the credit side. Wo cannot deposit too much nor too often Increase the storo of good humor, the uuolouded temper aud uurufiled disposition that alone constitutes the solvent lady or goutlemau. Wo need to d-aw often ou our fuud of stored kindness, sweetness and gentleness of heart. In tho older days wo shall need all tho available funds of life. Ob, lot us not be a bankrupt In any respect. Let us save wisely in physical, moral and Intellectual powers, for tbo days to como when wo shall need all the cheer fulness, Intolllgouco aud philosophy possible. The nioinonts und forces wasted aio sorely needed later on. Wo know not what we shall bo culled to do. Husband the natural resources, In creaso tho armor of physical and spirit ual culture The spendthrift becomes tho homoloss, houseless tramp Bap plio'u dying Injunctien: "Voinau, bo a miser with thy love," Is tho great lesson of wastod resources, neglected opportunities, unfulfilled ambitious. Wo should be bankers lu more ways than ouo. Ofoourso the Soiul-Dotnocrnt and tlio Boml-Popullst will dofeud Judgo Hul bard, Ho has evidently turned lu to enable them to live oil" publlo taxis re grardlosa of oost. mn in Ask Tour Friends Who have taken Hood's Barsaparllla what they think of It, and tho replus will be positive In its favor. Simply What Hoods Harbaparllla does, tells the story of Us merit. Ouo has been ciireil of Indigestion or dyspepbla, another flu (is Its Indispensable for slok headache or bJlloueiiesj. while otbern report re markable cures of scrofula, caturrah, rheumatism, suit rheiiui.eto. Hood's PJIIb aw purely vegetable. Suqak Bounty, Dio't piyniwm- iuna ort augr. but get tho prlwa at liar. 'omkUkw Dw.y l' ranll, 25 ctfut u tilt k Molutyro'd before biiylnjr They ,iu. No pupeis Mul after lime Is JAve mule ft deep out, 11-11 3t out GOOD ADVICE. Tho farmers of Oregon are too much given to the raising of ouo crop, gener ally grain. A diversity of crops 1b necessary to insure prosperity. It will not do to abandon tbe production of grain, but an earnest effort should be made to feed a great deal of grain to hogs, cattle and poultry. Tho Riddle Euterprlbo, speaking on tbe subject, advlfes farmers to raise the best breeds and give carefnl attention. Do not at tempt to raise more stock or do more work than can be well done. Hogs and poultry are tho most profitable production on tbe farm, and with judi cious cure wheat fed can bo made to re turn at least $1 for every bushel fed. Always try to raise largely articles that tbo people must have, and for which they pay prices that return the largest prollt. Choice bacon, butter, poultry aud eggs uro always in demand und find ready sale at prices that pay well for production. But one must bavr sufficient wisdom and pride to produce tho very best article possible. No one can afford to produce inferior article of anything he wauts to soil. No on can afford to compromlbe his reputation in producing something that will sell only at an Inferior price when nothing better can be bad. Make tho quality of every furm production so good thai it irresistibly charms the purchasei and your success Is assured. Bead the papers and see what tho people want aud what productions bring the high est prices. Give good weight and good measure on first-class articles, and a reputation will soon be built up that will sell ail you raise on sight. COUNTY bXPHsUiriMES. Democrat $48 00 ludepeudeut 45 00 .Statesman 1U 00 Journal 12 00 The above Is the record made by the present county court, aud the preceding one when Judge Davidson and Mr. Grimm were members.onthesame bills for tbe same service. JudgqHubbard has deliberately decided to allow $93 for work that when published In two dallies aud two weeklies of old estab lished newspapers, cost only $24 for both publications. He pays $93 for two Insertions in a semi-Democratic and seml-Popullst weekly which they kuow bus no bona-tide circulation. In short he believes it Is right to pay four prices for about one-fourth tho service to the people because the money goes to some one who seems to have him under his thumb. Tjik Journal has protested against this before. It pi o tested aguinut tbo robbery of the county by the semi Democrat, Mr. Flagg's paper. It la not surprised at Judge Hubbard allowing this exorbitant charge to the seml-Pop-ulist, as it is well-known he has an in terest in that paper, aud that it is u family affair. A II tbat seems necessary to get almost any sort of claim through the couuty court Is to be a relutlveof Judgo Ilubbaid, or boa mlbtlt political ly. He has hlmsolf developed into a kind of quarter-breed cross between a semi-Pupulisl and semi-Democrat. The judge may somo tlay evolute out of Ills political hermaphroditism. It Is very doubtful after tho record he has made whether an official with such a record will evtr again beabletocommaud con- flldeiice of the people for possessing 'bus iness capacity enough for tho office. Ho Is certainly frittering away tho pub lic money on his pets in a very unbus inesslike way. Wo may look for al most anything In tho future. A Dead Shot right at tho seal of difficulty, is ac complished by tho sure and steady aim of Dr. Sago's (Jatarruh Remedy. Don't fool around with a pop-gun, nor a "Flint lock," when this reliable "Win Chester" Is within reach! Dr. Hugo's treatment of caturrah la far supeiiurto the ordinary, aud when directions are reasonably well follow oil, results in a permanent euro. Don't lnngor b) in diflerout to tho verified olalms of this unfailing remedy. $500 Is offered, in good faith, for an incurable case ot Out arm h In the Head, by its proprietor?) the World's Dispensary Medical As soclatlou, Buflalo, N. Y. At all drug gists. Oourso of High Grade Entertain monta at tho Salem First M. E. Church Next lecture lu course (No. II) Wtd uesday evening, Nov. 15ib. II, Dr. Chas. Edward Locke.Taylor street church Port laud, "lijvery Itiou'iC Man." III. Dr. Arthur Brown, of Flrnt Piesbylerlan church of Portland, "Father Time." IV. Rev. G. W. Gruiinls, "Funny Things In Dlxlo as Seeu by a Preach er." V. Grand concert by Hulem artists. Course- ticket Is $2.00. Single admis sion Is 60 cents. Tickets for Hale at Dearborn's bookstore and Altitun's grocery store, Ktato street, 11 6tf. W. It. O Social. Social and literary Monday ulttht to which the public are invited, Klegant refreshments, u good piogram of ivdta tlom, making, and muelo all for 25 cent". This Is tho monthly entettalu nient for the relit f fund und all who cati should attend. 11 p St OIIKAP UBADINQ. .Ordur the At lost Borne of the Oregon Bmut-mills have come to grief. O. P. Mason and .Ben. P. Watson, of the Portland Sun day Mercury, were indicted for crimin al libel of Attorney Wood, partner of ex-U. 8. Senator Geo H. Williams. Last Saturday night the jury fouufi them guilty. Among the attorneys for the prosecution were District Attorney Hume and Geo. H. Williams, and for the defeuso E. Meudeuball und J. F. Caples. A new trial wus asked for, and sentence postponed until that is decided. Au appeal will be taken to the supreme court if a new trial is not granted. It is impossible to keep all impropr etiesoutof the Associate Press, reports and print the news. But uew&. pipers that print nothing else are otr of date. ' Rubbers with opera aud common sense heels, at Krausse Bros. TODAY'S MARKETS. Prices Current by Telegraph Loc&l and Portland Quotations. . . -7 :, m daijUsi, rovemuer j i, i p.m. wuice Daily Capital Jouknal. Quota tions for day and up to hour of going to press were as follews: BALKM PRODUCE MAURET. VKUIT. Apples 30c to 60c. a bushel. BUTCHER STOCK. i Veals dressed 4J cts. I Hogs dressed 0 to 7. Live cattle H to 2. Sheep alive $1.50 to $2.00. Spring lambs $1.60 to $2.00. MILL PRICES. Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour in wholesale lots $3.00. Retail $3.40 Bran $15 bulk, $10 sacked. Shorts $17 $18. Chop feed $17 uud $18. WHEAT. Old wheat on storage 44J cents. (New wheat 40 cents. HAY AND GRAIN. Oats old, 38 to 40c, new 25 to 30c. Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to $14. Wild In bulk, $0 to $8. Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1. 95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 83 cts, FARM PRODUCTS. Wool Best, 10c. Hops Small Vale, 17 to 18c. Eggs Cash, 25 cents. Butter Best dairy, 20; fancj creamery, 25. Cheese12 to 15 cts. Farm smoKed meats Bacon 12; hams, 13; shoulders, 10. Potatoes 30c. to 40c. Onions 1 to 1 cents. Beeswax 84c. Caraway seed, 18c. Anise seed, 26c. Gluseng, $1.40. LIVE POULTRY. Chickens 8 cts; broilers 8: ducks. 8c; turkeys, slow sale, choice, 10c; geeio 7c. PORTLAND QUOTATIONS. Grain, Fred, etc. Flour Staudard, $2 90; Wallu WallR $2.00; graham, $2.75; superfine, $2.65 per barrel. Oats Old whlte,33c per bu , grey, 35c; rolled, in bags, $0.25(310 60: barrels. $6.757.00; cases, $3 75. Jlay lieat, SlUMlJi per ton. Wool vallev, price nomiual. Millstuffs Bran, $16 00; shorts, $18; ground birley, $2223; chop feed, $lh per ton; whole feed, barley, 808o pel cental; middling, $2328 perton; brew lug barle , 9095c per cental: chickei wheat. $1 101,25 percental. .Hops Old, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17. DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter Oregon fa ucv creamery, 30(5, 32 ; fancy dairy, 2527e; fulr to &m,i I720o; common, 15 to 16c per lb; Call foruia, 3032c per roll. Cheese Oregon, 12; Eastern twins, 16c; Young American, 15o pel per pound; California Hats, 14o. Eitct OreKou, 80u per dozen. Poultry CbiokHns,oId,$3 60; broilers, larue, $1.603.(Ki; ducks, old, $4 00 6 1H); young, $2 604.00; geese, $8.00 turkeyp, live, 14c. SAN FKANOISCO MARKET. Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10 18o; do Inferior, 89c; do valley, 12 15c. Hops 10 to 10c. Potatoes E-.rly Rose, 3040. Bur banks, .3035c. OatB-MillIng, $1.301,3. The Cheapest. Hue tho Daily Journal left at vour office or resi dence. Ouly 60 cts a mouth. By mail 25 eta a mouth. CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS. CURE SiCkt E'll',?,1" "n! I?UV " th8 trouble incl dent to a bilious state of thn system, such as Wffl"(S' Nase. Drowsiness, Distress after SfHn.ffLPAln ,n ,,' 8Mo- Wldlo thelrn ost remarkable success has been shown In curlni SICK Headache, ret Cuerta'a Littl Uvbr Pitxa are equally valuable in Constipation, curine and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and rejulalo the bowels, hrea It they only cured HEAD che they would be almost priceless to those who suffer from this distressing complaint but fortunately their goodnew does not end here, and those who once irj them will find these litUe pills valuable In so many ways that lha vlll ... IiaiuIMIh .. .tA i.l. -.l -. llul alter alt sick head h ACHE Is the bane of so many Uvea that here Is where we make our great boast. Our pills cure it while others do not. CUhtm's Littis favw ntia are very small and very easy to take. Oue or two pills make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action Please all who u Uim la vlaU at So oeiitsj arororjl bold every where, or aent by maU. fjurta atzsieotz ca, Kr ta. Im'W Ml. 8bw2 BfiM. ftmff wm tSiflBi I " ' RAILROAD flES. Ono of tho new Garstang typo of pas senger engines recently hauled eight cais from Cincinnati to Columbus. O., over tho Big Four, 125 miles, in 150 minutes. Tho Illinois Central is running its trains between Kankakee and Chicago under tho strict block signal system, thero boing but one train on any block at once. Tho Denver and Rio Grande has open ed its Ruby branch for traffic. The branch extends from Crested Butte, Cal west to the Ruby anthracite mines, a dis tance of 1 1 miles. The Chesapeake and Ohio will havo a valuable western feeder when the Kan awha and Michigan, now under con struction, has been completed. Tho road ( Is within West Virginia territory. The Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern has built a large shed at Hoboken, N. J., for tho exclusive reception of poul try from tho west. The building is slat ted, und partition coops are constructed to hold tho fowls while awaiting deliv ery. Tho cars run directly into the shed for transfer. ODDS AND ENDS. It is estimated that about 1,000,000 people still speak Welsh. About 600,000 acres of land change hands in England every year. London letter carriers find a good many empty purses in letter boxes. Pickpockets think it safer to drop them there than on the pavements. Criminality has an especially favored name in France. In the past 87 years there havo been 15,000 sentences against men called Lefevre, of whom 2,000 had Louis for a Christian name, 700 had Na poleon and 400 Joseph. Literary fame is a curious thing when it brings a letter addressed to "Dr. Olive W. Holmes," and addressed inside as "Dear Madam," to tho famous "Au tocrat of the Breakfast Table," and j ot this is what actually occurred in the mail of the Boston poet only a short time since. MYSTERIES ! The Nervous System the Seat of Life and Mind. Recent Wonderful Discoveries. No mystery lias ever compared with that a human life. It lias been tho lending subjec of professional research and study in all ages But notwithstanding this fact It fa not gener ally knowi that the sea' of life lb loca ted In the up. per part of thf spinal cord near the un of tho brain and so sens! tti o Is t h 1 f portion of the ncrous sys tern that over, the prick of a needle w 1 1 ) cause Instant death. Recent dlsmvnrtes havndimnn.trntpl fhnl all tho organs of the body are under the con trol of tho nervo ccmuis, locatul in orneni tho basoof tho bialn, anil thatwhtn theseare dorangod tho organs which thev tupp y with nerve fluid aro also deranged. When it Is re membered that a hoilom Injury to tliohpliml cord will ciuio paralysis of tho body below tho Injured point, Lol.iuo the nero foico Is iiroventcd by tha Injury from reaching ihe iiralyzed portion, It wllf bo understood how tuo doran-iemant of thenero eenteis II) mso tho derangement of the various oig.ms hlch they supply with nerve force. Two-thirds of chronic diseases am duo lo no 1 nperfoijt action of tho noro con it luoisoof tho bralc, not from n uti . itut primarily originating In the ore it re.UIn? thoo UUe.isos Is th.it they tre 1. the ii'i.m F.iilmi. th.m ,im nnrvo nntnR. .. i,ii, 'll, xuo great mistaao or pnyuicii in no tho causa of thn trnutilo. .. -. VI i , w 0 II V,ll On. I'iuskmn Miles, tho celebrated spo- allst.has profoundly studied this subject for orOyoars, and has mado many Important iseoverles In connection with It, chief among loin being tho facts conlnlncd In the alote atemont, and that tho oidlnary mothods of ietmontaro wrong. All headache, dlrzl- 5-h. dullnn-,s, confusion, pressure, b uos, unit melancholy, Insanity, epilepsy, St, tins dance, etc., aro norvous diseases no latter how caused. Tho wonderful success of ir. Miles' Restorative Nervine is duo to the ict Hi it It Is based on the foregoing principle Da. Mu.nV Ri stohative Neiivine Is said by d druggists on a positive guaraniee, or f ent .Irectby Da. Miles Medioai. Co., Elkhart, uJ . on receipt of price, SI rer b ttlo, six iQttlos for & express propild It contains either opiates noi- dangerous drug. rj ilit bv D. J. Fry. druggist, Palem HOUSE Painting, Decorating, 11 Hard Wood Finishing, 'an give good relereaces. Estimates furnish- (t. jddreB, (leo. Ksclistru'b, Salem. Heal- dence on -alem Motor ltilway, Iorth Baiem Leive orders at StelnerA Hlos8en. )l-lid THE WILLAMETTE, QAZEM, OREGON. Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day The best hotel between Portland and Ban Kranclsoo. Klrst-dasti lu all 1U appointments. Its tables are served with tho Cftotcest Fruits Jrown lu tho Willamette Vrl.'ey. A. i. WAGNFR. Prop. THEY "TURNED THE RASCALS OUT," nd I havo started ft "Ol'BTOM HOU8K" ot iiy owu, on Htute street, ner Commercial, where I will bn pleat-ed to inet-t my old rusto mnrs, ami pleuty ot 1 ew ones in waui ot Hootw or Miovs, Mood flts, go d material and. good honest woik. ItKl'AlUIO NKATLY DONE. 10.-7 VM. ARMSTRONO. SMITH BROS., CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS. Iaveorders at Cottle-Iarfchurstblock,room a Ha em.Orn.on Nerve Blood Tonic Builder Bend for dcriptl panuikWU Dr. WILLIAMS' MEDICINE CO.. SOe. per box Schencctadr. N.Y IVr W.30. aiBrockYiUe,0et JsW aKT'jBBV mjFwm. Afflj srCwKaDar 1'ollowcd Clillds' Advice. "I'll novor forget tho good ndvicc given mo by Mr. George W. Childs," eaid Fisherman George Coward of tho Shrowabury ns ho gnzed reflect ively at a box of crabs on West Btreet tho otlir night. "Did ho warn you to lot strong drink alonof" was asked. "No, something moro valuable tban that. Why, don't you know that Mr. Childs' advico changed my whole lifo? I'm a different man, bet ter than I over was." "Whatwtisit, then?" "Why, it was this: You know Mr. Childs has a cottago on tho Jersey coast. Well, ono day he was out riding, and ho saw mo." " 'Come here, Coward,' he said. As I approached I saw his face was sad. 'Coward,' said ho, 'why did you sell mo those stale crabs tho other day?' " 'They weren't btalo, Mr. Childs,' said I. " 'Look hero, young man,' said ho, his faco flushing with kindness. 'Let mo give yoif a piece of advico never tell a Uo about bad crabs.' "I never forgot those words. To day I am tho richest and most repu table crabmnn on tho coast, and Mr. Childs is my best customer." New York World. Bridesmaids' hats aro made of pink or cream felt plaques, with a huge bow of, velvet and white ostrich plumes. Valky rie wings in plain or shaded colors have taken the shops by storm. Heavy silk cord passementeries in French or Russian military designs ap pear on beautiful winter coats of cloth made by Parisian tailors, and with these aro associated dark furs in marten, otter, fox and astraklian. Now VnrV Pnof TheLondon IVIedicalandnc4.j.(.p Surgical HIMIIUIC 719 Market street San Francisco, Cal. T8 A MKDI AL AND SURGICAL INSTI TUTB, located permanently ni 711) Ma k-t Hlresi.San Kianclsco, Cal., fertha cure of nil nueHtex, nlll'ctt us and deformities. A titan" of pnvslclaiK and Rtiri;eons havl- e 11ilnruiiN andth endorsement of the best colleges (if iJX S2?Ji1f.exper ,n, .ln ,re"llllE fpeclnl t ana chronic alea8f s, hio In co itnui attend. - iiiniuauiiu r umpr, skiuo.1 spec a isis wno I nil, fl A 1-Vlit 9m . rr ia n 1 n aVi n 1 . . . i'"" j n ttiuaucu, uuu uii pre hcrlptlons filled !ree of ihaige $1.00 Trial Bottle $5.0 i) Full Course Snflerers from Athmi, Uh"umai)ra, Con aumntlon, lalHrib. UyHpepali, Indigestion, Bcronua, hpllepsy. Female V faneB,( oncer, Heirt Dl8-nf, B nnrhltln, kruptiuns, t-olt Ilupum, Baldness Tapeworm, Ue-ifuess ny sexual UImiuc, Ixiu Manhood, Malaria Uri niry TroublBH. HHe Unvel Tronhles, sUld conHiilt at once. Low harKB, w thin the reach ot all, combined with tne beat medkal and surgical nklll. Young, Middle Aged and Old Men Who miy be snflerlnc from YOUTHKUL I'OLIiIfc.x, or tho excesses of matured lil, should roaitult at once, before It is too late: these veteran practltlnnerd who hive no equal In th United -t ten, as they can and will re store to you perfect health when all others have failed. Broken Down Constitutions are rejuvenated and manly vigor restored by their new aud wonderful methods of treat ment. No luiuilnns dru?n nspri. Worn out. Dii6lnes men call foi advice, especially it vou are suHTlng from Norous L'ebillty or liilllmcJ K.ncr,ui iiuj- uiBenistt ui mo r.ye, r4ir,inn tings, Uenrt, Btomich, Hklu, Kidneys, Throat or illAUUCl. Blood Diseases Cured In the shortest time by vege table remedl s. ARC Vfil 8lronhetlthyond vleoront. "lit, I UU an y u shuuid bet Aru jou frcs from eerr tru eof disease nr miknpiiuf Do you liwh wo It D yon frel el ? or is there H'ine( hrf-nlc nmblej wh ch, like a anker worm In th budding 11 iwer, is rapidly da stroylnn jour very v ta a LADIES Who sufTer from Nervous Prostration, Rleop. leanness, Ueaponilmicy, lndlg-stlou,Cnnsilp Hon, Lassitude, full's In the Hue or side and d'Bcuses ptcudar to their bex, consult these physicians 1th tho utmost confidence. $1,00 TRIAL POTTLE $5.00 FULL COURSE THE LONDON MEDICAL and SURGICAL INSTITUTE 719 Market Street ., Sai Francisco, Cal. Hotel Monterey. Newport, - - Oregon. Located ou the Beacli.twn ml'efl not th of Newport on Cave Cove.u ha utlfullv t-lit-liertd spot, wotiderrul eceo ry, Be- lwihlnt'. line drlvt toCnpt' Fou weath ?r lipliitiouws. House new. rooms lure ami airy. Fluest report for fain 1 1 Its or lo valid". Open all winter. TVrni' iiiiMi rate by day or week, Intenillni: vUIh ra can drop a postal card to New lort aud be met by liaok. JOUN FlTZPATRICK, d-2-n Proprietor, - " ALL OVER Thev - ... - MIL .the All ggggNaCN bed MjSlf. MOTrfSp It Is simply pure milk of the best quality from which a. Urge percentage of water has been evaporated. THE Q O V Only One Cent on the Pacific Coast. CHEAPEST NEWSPAPER II Receiving all the Associated Press 1 i . DAM BY MAIL, PER Q 1 These low hard times rates enable every fairmr to haTel his daily paper and know the news of the world. Editorial comment is feariessiand' independent. Iditel by its publishers to secure good government for the people! able to deal justly and fairly . O Complete Telegraphic, State, Capital, For eign, Market HAVE YOU TRIED TO FIND A CCIIH FOR RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACM& dmfa-mk 1 im tm r7Ajg utu.vM.v; ;iiiuuivv xaav wai mmJ&. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELTEI 0?J.?99 pnon book "TIIREK OTiASSESOF MIW,sh2uld beraad br r J"JS Bilildle-aueil and old man. sent sealed. lreo7Ilr:sSf.0' Klrrtrlo Jlelt la noexperloau ,wanTOrMiore1 Ihousandsto robust health .hown Thi hnM;; rzrr.i-..iKrv.""..'!'.'? OX whom we havo strong letters bearing- testimony WE HAVE CURED THESE-WE CAM CURE YOU! UtNtltAL. DtBILITY CURED.... . . baoFr nci(co.Cal.. Aunit.lffi wr. A. T, Hsndsn. Uwur blr t-Ea oie I uiad jour bait ,"""""" M " iaor, vijai wauutaaa, ana almost a complata low of powar, I would sal up with a tarr Urad (aallna. bnnei .actUnx, to.)alnce uilng tTV'J1.' l K T W Jw ' ol lit . J now anjo J Ula battar than 1 bare tor tan 7. sr past, f ban the Stmo.i?.0,'?fl.doc,.ln,TOI,J' traatmeotyou can t.ub Uh thla Utamont.alw huaolhora write or call on ma. Trulrronrs. U.A.BOWH.9ajidSaTotk8t. RHEUMATISM AND, LAMENESS CURED. nw InnH 2kp&...H inl ur. A. T. Baaden. Dear Blrj-I got on t jour ball. II 10 UK. '"" a aco mrjn.unuiim, rrom wuira l uBcrea foraaTaral jeara. Vpr Ibepa?" six month I bad rot bean abl to w tk. Your bait has ptacad ma fu almoit parfrct haalih In tha tuo weeks I Lata us.d it. 1 can vilkeom ort.b r. aod laal like auawmaaieuarallr. M. K. llUaild. ITHmoz Intarnational llotii. NERVOUS DEDJUTY-LOSS OF VIGOR. Dr. A. T Psnden. Daar Blr i-l hara thta utdaa your Xlaetrts ban (orsaasral narrooa cablU!, and to-d laal battar thaa I ha, tor Ut jears. I huTO galaaj la vigor uallj, sad am stranii In a,rr pan. YiuuscTaWtallr, OUAfl. LTJETKA. THE DD. SAN-sKM ..... . . .. . .. .. uitwwuiu wwrj.iMMaiaionoeiiao tnallL. akiui Will Cn r tha WurU lwaAalln . j-,- SANDEN lLKOTIIIOC0.172FirttSt. WWTUOtEm - - nii1fi. ir n THE WORLD r.ry rnllinrr frr it- j , -.w -.,..... M ivi il iinn . shipments are increasing daily to BORDEN EAGLE m Condensed Milk is the first conden sed milk ever offered to the public, It is the leading brand. It hasstri test for 30 .years. It has b nations duc no equal. Try to remember that! Grocers and Druqnists sell it m y 'any - 9W PEOPLE'S DAILY! O D Daily Newspaper Dispatches, YEAR, j a mm m o state of the -market and alltli with all. O and Crop News. DRUGS AMD FAILED DR. SANDEN'S ElVKOTRIO BEM witB Klectro raapneuopu-;.-aory will cure without weo'1'!! suffer rxora Nervous .j'bJL;I' flosses, Drains, I-ostUns oor tlfimorr. nil female CaB' Dlalnts. andsTeneral III b""'' the effects of nbuo. excoM.ww. or exposure, will find relief snilpn'BJ curoMn our niarrelqus InrenW which requires but a trial to footing the most skeptical. lnlenorneot fecta yon mar haTounuuIr rtru joursTitemofnerTaforcestidWtfn'J -whfel. lo electrlcley-sn tMi caused yourweaknessorlokolon If you replace Into J"Vil??.7Z elemenUthus drained, which quired tor Tlrforouistrenftb, TjajjJ remoTe the causa snd healtb, strsgw and lor wilt follow at once. 1" la nnrnlin and treatmCUt, SD mmnfn im of tefnnd nonw and Tior.aiter alfother treatmants falledjis canw 11 Double New iRnoottbisanaotlier8tates,who would sladlrtesurT.uuu-- 'as mxv"'"w, twz to their recover? alter palng our Bettt LAME) BACK AND RHEUMATI3M. Pnrtl.xl nuai. fiactambar . ! Or. A.T.BaBdan. paar8rrYaarsotexpojar.T; iistra Wlkl ""ifolffioHKaHlPc. LOST VITAUTtAND STRENjOJH, , D-. A.T. Baud-. Daar 8r(-Jlnoa waartax,! b UlbaTabeanrraattrbanafiUd. 1 1 .'.".'ii rarjatt retarufnxt aud aftara nonVn??f'rii Ml half I Bod mjaalt twlea as aoroua a bjoii nuinortu stow neatu suanjua rTTvib.li tor tha battar. It il much atronijr taataT ulnc tha bait. Towatralr, JUWaXsWauw W VATBin mWl.T . . .. . --. a as lobaeajllj worn aunnx worx, or a !"HI .,KH.aa A - a - "T-k-tl I- jtii. awi In wAtn r tniacii Eworx. cambiswa wun tM strain mj . back, t an angina. ana a aTan caaa oj ''"T-Ta which Taakcrad lor a..n laaxa. X Hlas rt thatlcooldnotbaadwxbaok. tt,Tj3 moutba, balag parfacUr aorad, Tbst was two T a o,andIamawal tcJMaiTaterwMlnlBTlujrJ know tou aM wall, audI kair lauotl f.V'JJSB hare Been cured bH. ilanr otha.a swaa It. nt ha j woald Ui- It the woaia fjad 1 tha mmJ -tba but ramtdrin tba wo'ld. I B,J'Sl Dernuinaniiv.anairi iuhuuihkiw".'