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'A, HOTTENTOT 'FABLE.
I'no Li-yj onco was ill, 'tis said, And when tlio ne vs lis 1 wldclyspread All animals of feet pr wing Called cm him In I1I3 BUiter.nc " But 0110 who knew iho lion's woe Tho cunnliiK Jackftl-wouldn't co. Because m far aj ha could learn, The Irack.i which went did not 1 etui n. So him tho Ilyoua acousa.l And told Ih'i Lion ho rcf usod A'onoof cjry l'.tnglMn; To foci hU lordshlp'j GMffcrlnB. Thon aM tho L16n: "If "t is bo, I wish, my friend, that you would co. And, though ou chnbe him for a yra-, Brlnu the hard hearted Jackal here." When this tho Hona had done, Tho Lion to his guest begun: "0 Jackal, why, when I was 111, Did you kcop off so far and still?" "I did not, undo, on my word, For when your eoro distress I heard. Unto tho doctor swift I flew To seo What ho co.ild do for you; Bciidee, I did not go iu ain IIo told mo what v. oald caso ) our pain. Ho says. Draw this H cna's skin, And v hen 'lis off get quickly inj Health will bo yours if you do so, J. 'or this Hyena is jour foe." Then Jumped the Lion in a trice To take tho Jackal's ahrewd ad vice, And whito hls'shorlff's Bkin ho stripped, ' To ho In its warm folds equipped, Tho Jrtokal ran with all his might, And very soon was out of Eight. Joel Benton In New York Ledger. EARLY CIVILIZATION. Light Thrown Upon the Manners and Cus toms of 3,400 Years Ago. Wo havo become possessed of cer tain very important indications as to the early civilization of Palestine by meana of clay tablets. Now that tho knowledge bo attained is alto gether new, or that it conflicts with that which has deduced from yet earlier Egyptian records. It is well known to scholars that Thothmes III, when ho defeated the league of Hittites and the Phoenicians at Me giddo, in 1600 B. C. (a century before Amenophis III acceded), reaped a spoil which indicates the advanced civilization of Syria, including not only1 tho precious metals and chari ots painted and plated, but also ob jects of art having a high aesthetic value, and that ho found corn, wino and oil abundant in tho country and many hundreds of walled towns in which therewerealready temples of the gods. J3uch evidence has, .however, been slighted by thoso.'"who regard tho early Hebrews as savages, and who think that though placed in the very center of the ancient civilized world, between the Egyptians and the As syrians, thoy were nevertheless un acquainted with many arts and unin fluenced by surrounding culture. The new discoveries insist on quite another understanding of their an cient history. It is surely a lesson of humility that tho modern student should leai-n from such discoveries. Vol taire was no doubt a writer of gieat originality and acumen, though from our present standpoint wonderfully ignorant of antiquity. He finds it hard to believo that Homer's poems could have been written down before COO B. C. and asserts that papyrus had not been invented in Egypt in tho time of Moses, though we ,now possess in tjie maxims of Ptah-hotep a manuscript as old as tho pyramids Wo find, on tho contrary, tnat not only in Egypt or in Mesopotamia was tho art of writing known in tho time of Moses, but that tho inhabitants of Palestine also could pen a brick epis tle, which, in the ppaco of, a few inches contained as much informa tion as can now bo condensed into a eheot of note paper. Such letters were neither heavy nor bulky and could bo carried in tho turban or in tho f oldB of tho shirt bosom just as easi ly as paper letters aro now 60 car ried, with tho additional advantage that they wero imperishable, as is witnessed by tho fact that they are now being read 3,400 years after they wero written. Edinburgh Re view. Streets With Historic Names. Wn dr not rosard tho names of our streets as matters of political im portance. On the continent it is otherwise. One of tho first things a revolutionary government in Franco does is to rename thoroughfares. There is somo show of reason for such, innovations, for, in these things there is among most European na tions a system. A glance at tho namb plates in the streets of Paris is a lesson .in history, or at any row " history einco tho great revolution. Most selebrated French victories aro commemorated in this way, most great generals and statesmen and a goodly number of men famed in arts and letters. Wo havo, it is true, our Trafalgar square and our Water loo bridge, but wo look in vain for Crecy or Agincourt in our streets. Wo havo an insular dislike for for eign names, and happily most great English victories wero won on for eign soil. London Daily News. Where the Comparison Ends. Tho career of Sejmour D. Thompson, a. Judge of tho BU Louis court of appeals, .reads like a romance. Twenty-five years ago ho wm an obscure policeman wearily t"dJn " streets of Memphis, and today he is the best knowu lawbook writer In the M !. Jon a yearly locomo of $3,000 from bU books. ir : . p,.tnri or America Thompson1. law textbook. are ' " ,5! on every prominent lawyer'. tablc-St. Lotus Chronicle, . .... iiore'Bto you, urotueriiiuu'i"""' We wearily U, le ..U -BJ Hore'B to you, Brother Thompson, twi nnri Wa lmv written somobooks, ion. anu wo uuvowihwo"""" - -. but there the comparison ends. The fc5 ono -ftarlr incomo has been di , , ,,., .- ...... i verted from ua into anotner uuui. We wondered where t had gone and re glad to find it to such worthy nda. Green Bur. ONLY AiCHILD'S KISS. lint It Wrought a Wonderful Change In 'the Hjlng Hull 's Face. He was n bounty jumrer and had been shot down while trying to es cape from the guardhouso. Ho was a burly, big man, fierce of look and lough of speech, and when thoy brought him into tho hospital ho cursed and raved in a way to make you chill. He had received a mortal wound, but death had no terrors for Jjim. When tho surgeon told him that he must die within 48 hours, he replied: "Bah ! What of it? Tho only favor I havo to ask is that you keep snivel ers away. I want no prayin and bingin about me!" He had beon a wicked-man. Ho boasted of it. Ho ridiculed the idea of a hereafter and cursed tho Biblo and religion. Men and women camo to speak with him, so that ho might not die as a dog, but ho mocked and cursed them. We who wero watch ing for tho end saw tho shadow of death when it fell. He realized that life was ebbing, but still he cursed and reviled. An hour before ho died the wife of a wounded sergeant came to visit her husband. She brought with her a little fair haired girl of 4 or 6 years old, and as she talked tho child slipped away and wandered up and down the aisles to inspect the cots and their occupants. A score of us tried to coax her nearer, but she was coy and bashful. When she reached the cot whereon lay the bounty jumper, tho pallor of death on his face, but fighting the specter away, she paused and stared at him. When he saw her, a smile flitted over his face, and the fierce light died out of his eyes for the first time. He beckoned her to approach, and to our great surprise she hesitat ingly advanced until she stood beside his cot. The mother rose up in alarm, but the nurse whispered to her not to call the child. "Is you sick?" queried the little one as tho man reached out his hand and touched her golden curls. "Aye, child, I'm dying!" he whis pered. ' 'And ain't you gorj nobody to speak to you?" "I didn't want them." "But you wanted mo, didn'fyou?" "Yes God bless you!" "Is you shot just like papa?" "Yes, dear." "I'ssosorry. Iguess I'll kiss you." As her lips touched his cheek the death rattle in his throat frightened her. and she ran away to her mother. The kiss was still warm when his eyes closed, his head fell back, and he shivered and died. "See the wonderful change in hia face !" whispered a nurse. Ayo I it was wonderful. The hard lines had melted out, and there was a smile hovering about tho mouth. That 6avage expression, which had intensified as the hours passed and the end came nearer, had been kissed away by the little child. But for her he would have died cursing his God. Mayhap, in the seconds between the kiss and dibsolution, ho had asked for mercy. Detroit Free Press. Hooks With Their Backs to the Wall. Tho library in Wimborno Minster is today as perfect a specimen as could anywhere bo seen in mediaeval timosof the inverted order of rang ing books. Near the middle of tho south aislo a door opens iuto a ves try, from which wo ascend into tho minster library, formerly called the treasure chamber. The volumes, said to number 240, stand on tho shelves with the cut edges of their leaves toward tho spec tator, except somo half dozen turned about in modern fashion by accident. On an upper shelf there are 52 vol umes, 10 of which, forming a set, aro numbered on their leaf edges. Tho names of others are inscribed in tho same way on several books of the 47 nn n lower shelf. Each tome, wheth er above or below, is secured by a chain riveted into tho left sido of tho cover, which also has a ring fastened to an iron bar running along the edgo of tho Bhelf. A sloping consul tation stand very much like a pno dieu slides from side to side jiut bo low tho Bhelf. Notes and Queries. IJrlef Epitaph. In Worcester, England, is a stone erected over tho grave of a departed auctioneer of that city, on which "Gone" is inscriled. In a Sussex graveyard, in addition to weimiuu. of the deceased and the datoof death, a stone has ineciibtd in largo letters the words, -no Was." Two of the strangest as well as the shortest epi taplis aro "Asleep (as usual). ' on the Stone of a large individual by one who knew him well, and "Left till called for" is carved on a grave stone in Oano Hill cemetery. Belfast. A photographer has this inscnp ion JEr w rinve "Here I He, taken SSwerStto tomb of Charles ho Great firsteuiperor of Germany are twowordsonly. "CaraloMagno. -St. Louis Globe-Democrat Saving Trouble ' How Trill wo go tbicmgh tbu ... t.i ,.,, lpfinemdo of an- "" S",:;to avoid noW and otuer. " Vr m tw-iblft" 0H0' roaTble" puWMy M-J J, -That'fl n ngM. answer. . , ,, "I've got t llxeu. - , "How? "UUtl I TV.11.nnn Tr. ..iir,.m .iitiintilUioru----i lW'"h with the rcufeengere, targets Fu nLweanlng- end then well rob MB. ton Star, JCVJBjMjajHa 'Ci?ljl. MANAGER BARNEY'S FRENCH. I-earned It Prom the Indians, but It Suf ficed to "Stand On" lloi rowers. Mr. Ariel Barney brood yesterday in fro.u of b.y's theater contempla tively observing a printed bill an nouncing iu enticing French tho ay pearanco of deary's Parisian com pany in "L'Enfant Prodiinio." Mr. Barney is associated .with Mr. Gleary in the management of tho enterprise in this country. "I just dashed that off," baid he gravely, nodding toward tho bill, "to satisfy myself that I could mail ago in French as well as in othei languages. I don't think anybodj can complain of that half sheet,' and Mr. Barney surveyed his handi work criticafy with one oyo partly closed. "Do you havo any 'difficulty in conversing with tho members of tho organization?" I asked. "Not the least," replied Mr. Bar ney, with a nonchalant wave of his hand. "I can understand every thing thoy say without tho slightest mental effort But I havo noticed that at times when I addressed them in their nativo tongue they have not er followed me as closely as their familiarity with their own language would naturallyvsuggest Thoy havo oven seemed surprised occasionally over my little sallies of reparteo in French. "I am sometimes in doubt as to the explanation of tho superior eaao with which I comprehend what these, peo ple bay to me over their understand ing of what I say to them. Some times I think my French is too pure to bo readily taken in. Again I re flect that the members of tho com pany are possibly bettor than I am at pantomime, and thero may bo some thing in that." At this juncturo a young man in a very short coat, a very shiny silk hat with a flat brim, anu trousers creased at the sides, instead of fore and aft, camo out of tho theater and whispered to tho manager, at the samo timo making numerous ges tures. "Certainny-ment," replied Mr. Bar ney, with a smilo of. orudite affabili ty. "Aveck playseer. Donnaymoys pappyay and pencil." Having with somo difficulty so cured these articles, tho manager hastily scrawled a lino, .folded tho sheet and handed it to tho French actor, waving him politely toward tho box office. "There are Bomo advantages," said Mr. Barney, "about not always be ing necessarily able to understand tho members of your company, par ticularly when they 'touch' for an advance of salary." "But," I observed, "you gave him an order on the box office. How much did it call for?" "Two seats," replied Mr. Barney haughtily. "Ho thinks that is what I believo ho meant, and ho wont havo tho nerve to try mo again. Pri vately, between us, I learned my French from tho Indians uo around Lake Superior when I was a boy.. It may not bo just tho article thoyiem ploy in tho conversayzionnys of 1 tho Pans salongs, out it is goou onougn to stand off actors. Now York Herald. Bong Bwoar." A Truthful Man. Thorn was no ono but tho proprie tor in tho office when tho man in uail- r rWhpa fvimn into thn offlco nnd cautiously closed tho door behind him. "You srnoKor asuou mo visitor. "Yes." "Want Bomothin extra dirt cheap?" "What do you mean!" "PifnrH. Theso never saw. tho cus tom house." And ho pulled a box from under ins arm anu opcneti ic T.iUn mfinv another individual, tho man in tho office was weak and ready to profit at tho government's, expense "liow mucin no ubkku. "Four dollars," was tho answer. Tho bargain was closed, and tho mariner started for tho door. "Hold on!" exclaimed tho other as ho bit a sample of tho goods. "This is domestic tobacco. Didn't I under stand you to say theso cigars had nover seen tho custom house?" "Suro. What I meant was that they had nover been bo far away from homo." American Industries. Merely a fcneeie. Sneezing is an indefinable physical activity, which overy one fully under- . . f,ir.t I1.. tlnli nn nnn stanua u "".h - - appreciates physiologically or Bcien tifically No one can sneeze simply be cause he would liko to, and no ono can help sneezing wuuu mo im,Du. .. pulse demands it Tho "country" theory is tliat you fcneezo when a cold U "ceining: on" and when itis "going off" In .other words, ono sneezes when tbesyhtom gota out of harmony with its native tono and .when it get back into harmony therewith. It to not a dignified performance, adds !,, in a man's uleamire, in no nenso enhance his prklo On. the other nana, it uw nu ,'" - -7 t.....iiianrr Tt. Umerfilv in no fciJM uwu- "r y a Bneoza.--Journai 01 ruwu Ulrutnc of rresdom. Foreign Giw-t-I nottoe that your pronunciation of many words differs t .... -i on,i m,t wiihintr to an- r-ul-rTmntrj-ing to learn I the American wuy. Host-ThU a free country, ray dear sir. Pronounce worda to suit yourself. That the way we all da I -New York Weekly. lOCnttNA, SAtfttitteY,'NOVE3m 11,1893. Aim Iluiiar lauic. ' It was nn agent for a birr uiantifactnrv ling concern who was talking. "J. onco got out a poster," he said, "which started in, 'Keep your eye on this; a Irarglur is coming.' This I dis tributed broadcast in tho towns in tho northern part of the stato. Among other places, it was hung conspicuously in a small grocery and dry goods store in ono of the towns in tutu section. I VOne morning the proprietor, when ho ', opened up shop, found that my notice had been amended to read, "Keep your eye on this; tho burglar has como.' The correction1 was made in pencil marks. "And suro enough, the burglar had come. And ho had carried off about $600 in monoyjnd goods." Now York Sun. Not He. A thoroughgoing egotist is generally devoid of tho,gense of humor. Such a person, to whom no name need bo given, was ono" time discoursing chiefly of him self, but incidentally of others. "There's old Dr. Backbite," said ho; "that man has tho vilest character of any man I over saw. He nover opens his mouth without speaking ill of some ono. He's an intolerable nuisance." NoOnoreplied.and the speaker went oni "Now, I can't understand that Aa for me, I raako it a rulo nover to speak any ill of any one!'' Youth's Companion. A Western Ilreete. Easterner Dd you do any yachting out west? Westerner Oh, yes. On our lakes and rivers. I had a yacht, but it blow away. "Why didn't you follow and get it back?" "Hadn't any balloon." Now York Weekly. Wanted to Get There. The Tailor Surely, you don't mean that you want this coat mado with a great hump of wadding in the hack? Why, you'll look liko a hunchback. The Customer Hush! I'm a member" of tho Yonnc M-.n' Bivyclo society, and I'm p. ruudidjfte tor the presidency of it. Chicago RccOrd. At the Jlln.tieU. in" Mr. Johnsing Well, Tambo, how are you this evening? You certainly look well. Your face is tho picture Of health. Tambo Yassir. I feel flno. I usos russet polish for do complexion, sah, an fin it more improvin to do stato of min than Boxby's hlackin uster was. Har per's Bazar. The finest. "Do yon liko. it?" ho asked, after sho had gazed with delight on her now en gagement ring. "Like it, Harry?" replied tho impulsive girl. "Why, it's tho finest engagement ring I over wore."' Boston Globe. ue i as imsmess. Tho piano organist bad put his wjiolo soul into his performance. A small coin was thrown him, and ho accepted it with a bow and a smilo. Then an expression of doubt swept over his face, and ho advanced to within speaking distance. "Elxcuso mo," ho said, "but you tolla mo ono ting, if you plifl." "What is it?" "You teo, you now pustomor of mino. I vish you tell me if you pay for 'nuther tuno or for mo to go way." Chicago Tribune. Hr, Geo. W. Turner Simply Awful Worst Cooo of Scrofula tho Dec tors Ever Saw Completely Cured by HOOD'S SAIISAI'AMLLA, "When I was 4 or 6 years cIJ J Iu4 a se(ulou sore on the middle fln.er of my Ittt haul, which got so bad that the doctor r.it the flogrroff. and later took oil more titan half WJ Itand Then the nore broke out on tur arm. came out on my neck and Jste. neatly dettroyln. the sight of one eye. also on toy right '"" loctor said It was Tho Worst Caso of Scrofula they erer saw. It was .imply awful I Plre vttis ago I lfsii Ui take Hood's Bar sausrtlla. uradiulTy the sores began to CaL I Keptoulin riiad taken Uu bottles. Tra dollar. I Jutt tlilftk of r. hst a return I est for Cwt IttTMtiuentt A ihaa4 rWrreul! Yrs many tfcouttaX For Um) .t4ic-rlnet4noore. I Worit All tho Tim rfef Iee-Mdi!sTerU. I know not Hooo'a P -to ?'M M .suoso4teMiMsb, Trytfcsw. 11 1 . . -. lu.irnr. !JJnl r'ji&jm y vt2MH vps T hz&vrit yk siiiiKiV V I laiiiiBsf-. BALD fiarfih.'hrttfln? Tlla. lifeless appearance? brushed? Is it full of is it ury or in a ticatcu condition r ir meso are some Of your symptomsbo warned in timo or you will becomo bald. SkookumRoot Hair Grower lsnhatyouneed., Its production Is not an accident, but the result of sdentlfla 1 research. Kuowledie ot ery of how to treat tfaern. is not a Dye. but a delightfully the follicles, it stoj ailing htaiU. n Keep the scalp clean, dn the ue ot ittoolntm kiln qhJ ffjtftv)M fA Anil1. If your druftoiit csanot rcptir roq seed direct to w, and we will f orwsrd prepaid, on receipt ot price. Grower, SUM per botUe 1 ( toi (9X0. Gop,Wo. iirov ia fiatr. cer Jar i lor 82.50. THB SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,- 5; fir Mouth Fifth AveoDC. Kerr Tork. N. V. K ."JSftAVdV. AV.'VV.V.V.VVVWVVWVVrVWWsfW T. J. HKGSS. HOUBE PAINTING, 5PAPER HANGING, Natural Wood' Finishing, Cor, 20th and Gbemeteta Btreot, j. e. -Brick Geo. Fondrich, . CASH MARKET Best meat and free delivery. 136 Mate Street. A Btral.ht Shot. The young man was making him self na disagreeablo its n man'could who didn't know any bottor, and sho was hoping tho houso would fall on him or something. "Somo women," ho said in tho courso of his romarks, "are pleased by a brainless youth with n hand somo faco." "Yes," sho replied wearily, "but I'm suro that doesn't apply in your caso." "I hope not," ho said conceitedly. "Oh, no 1" sho murmured, "for you haven't a handsomo faco." Detroit FrooPres8. UU UUO JO JO O UUOl xiuu jOjOuOoO Hair Death. 'ostanUy removes and forever dwitroys nb- Ejectlunablo hnlr, whether upon Ihu bunds. mon imriKor necK, wuunuu aiscoiuruunu lor Injury to the most delicate skin. It was fur fitly years tho secret 'orrnula ot , iKmsmus Wilson, acknowledged by pbysl 1 Vclans as the hUhest authority nndthoj inosi eminent drrmutoloKtstnnd nalrspo 1 loiausi tnat ever uvea, inuring ms pnvnio Dpraotlon ot a life-time among the nobility Bind aristocracy of Kurope he prescribed Dibls ruclpe. I'rlce, 11 ly m-lf, securely acked, tMrrespoartonco confidential, Hole genis lor Ainunua. Aaarcss TH SK00KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER i'0. lent. lt.67foulh Filth Aveuue.New YorK lofX'noooonoon'Ktoo 'OOP oonnooni . Economlzo in Paper. Clean uewBpupora, tltxl in bundles of 100, not cut, lor buIo at tills ofllco at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy Btrnw wrapping paper, large Bheets, two cents a pound Next door to tho pobtofllco. VIGOR f MEN Ctillr, Qulchly, Permsnently Retlored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, and all Ihe train of stIIs f rum earl errurs or later zcuisea, tue reiults of UTerwork, slekuess, worry, clu. Pullttrenglh, development and tone given luevsry organ and fottlnn of tbe bodr, Implr.natnrslinetboUii. mmedlstiilmunivsment srrn. ITallurelnipwolble. S.I1I) refcrencrs. IJuok, explsnstlon and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUTFALO. N.Y. I'HUFKtiSIONAIi ANU MUBINKSSOAItllS. r. if. n'AKor. oro. a. uiwoham. JJ ltoomal,a and 8, li'Aroy llulldinif. HI nesa in the supreme and circuit courts of the state. 1 1MI.MON KOKI), Attorney at law. Balem, 1 Orrgoa. unlco upstairs In l'atton block HJ, HJUUKll, Attorney at lawalem, , .on. onice over Hush's Unit. (.Ore- T J.BHAW.M.W.HUNr. HIIAW4IIUNT ,1 . AtuVrneVe at law. OOlre over Capitol National bank, Halem, Oregon. JOHN A. OAlt-WN, Attorney atlaw.ropmi 8 and i, Uun bunk building, ttolem.Or. H.S.UOSHAM. W.I1.JIOLMKH. IJONIIAMA JIOLMKH. Attorneys at law. L) Offloe In Hush block, between Bute and Oourt, ou OommercUl street. TOHN UAYNK.ATTOIINKV.AT.' AW. I folleclounfuadsaud promptiv reiullled Uuipby block, cor HUte and ComiiiercUl Uuipby block, cor H streets, rialsin, Orrgm. r-"i. WO. ICNIUIITON-Archltect and superin tendent. Office, rooms J and IIU.U. lireman block. hlU r K. iOUK. Mleiiugrapbrr ndTe- tVlr .-' -L ! W.n: nw. hut one Halem, Oregon. III UIK'UM. Vl .---- , DIL A. OAVM. IU I'NitOmduateof New VYor;, gives specl.l atieuUon to the dls eases of women and children, iit, Ihroat, aog..ktdne7s, skin dlsue and surgery. Ofuoe at rld!ic, o Ittate street, Oou.ulU-tlonfiumllU.-, w "jJLJ!L'---!--! (T LllOWNK. M P.. fbyilUanandHur. , gJifa. omti. Murpty bio k; reeldeuoe, II, gniu. "Mi., ' if. omwrelai strwt. TU.T O HM1TI1, Ueotll. W l-U slre-t D ftTlero.OeVon Finished dental on, tKnt of ever, dtsrtptlon. Falulese opens- lions a ;i-" 1 WD FUliU, Arebllecl. plans, iwium; . lions and .uf-rlnlendore for al ebu-Se ill buildings, 'oraee 0 (X.mmercUI treet, up suir. ,ONHOV.CTKKANH-H4mp;erCmpNo. vi.iUur bmthtrs are cordially Invited W attend I'M H, U JiaWi, jpspt I iKOTramON l)IKJB NO. A. O.O. W I Meet I" ' .". -"-;- - - ' UdU.g, wrr Wedoesy v.nw, , J, A. IKLWOOD, BWf 0f , . JC JFaSi2 iVVVsV.VaVaVAVWVVWfVVVVVV-' H E ADS !I What Is tho condition of votira? Is vntir lintr rfrv. 5i If onllf at laa sntt.9 Ha- ii V IN Docs It 'fall out when combed or dandruff? Docs your scalp itch1? : tbs dkcasesot the hair and scalp led to taeducor. 1 n8srokum"oontalnsBBUkcrimneralsnorollt. It, cooling and rotre ahlng Tonic Iit stimulating hair, cures dumtnyr and oroct hair on bald Soap. It heei MimniY. and Tile- Fresh- N3.ws-Paoers- Fruits- nndtCaiHlies. J. I BRNNETT k SON. p; e: Biook. NORTH BAbKM. TalcelltJ EVENING JODIINAL, Only 3 cents a day delivered at your door. HOWARD, The House Mover. & -Sprloii Street. lias the best rhcllltloa lor moving and 'roll ing houses. eave orders at uray Urns'., or addrras Halem, Oregon, From Terminal or Interior Points the I Is the line to take To; all - Points Eait and South. It Is thedlnlug ear route, tit run h through vostlbule trolus, every day Intbeyoario ST, PAUL AND CUICAGO ;(NpphanKe of cars.) Oompased of dln!ngr-s dasuriuuimd, riua riNjm sieonera OfliUeat equlpmeal TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Ilest that can be oonfttrueted and In which aooommodalUna aro both Iree and fur ntsbed for holders of first and sccond-elaM tickets, and ELEGANT DAY COACHES. Aoontlnunti lino oonne sting with 'sail llneH. udordlng illreot kih! unlutorrupted service. l'ulliuan sit fa "-' tons can be so. cured In odviuio t- ii any ugout of the road. Through tlokcU to and from all polhls In America, Knglaud and llurnpe can be purchased at uny ticket oritce ui this com. jtany. Full Information conodrula rules, time oftralns.routesnndother dotal) furnished on application to any agent or A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant Oeneral 1'asseu.er Ageut, H". Ml First street, oor. WMtilnglon; tort laud, Oregon BirAW &Downino, Agents. SALT LAKE, DENYER, OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AMD AM. EASTERN CITIES 3 1 DAYS to CHICAGO 01JIk, the OulckesH Chicago (and Il0UI Qu'c'(er t0 Cm?aanil Han Through Pullman and Tourlit Slepert, Free Reclining- Chair Curt, Dining Cars, r or rate and gcneial Infonaatlou call ou or address, w. 11. inmiiiiunv, At. . v, a ZM Wasklngton Hi.. Cor.Sd CimTluwn I.H.IK. . THE PACIFIC DBTECT1VE AND GOLLEGTIKG Bl'KKAO (SAI.ICM, -, - Orgon Private work a sjKOlKliy tt M.CI.KMKNT. Manager "IionpTtoToan OalnFr Ted Krai rbita. In swoon d time 10 s ill. o(telaylurifi.t(UirUi( -ui. FEAR & FORD, Htoi 1?, Mash tUPk bbmk i iJd BVKTN KKOTUHKB Msuulirture Btardsrd lresa Hrtr, Molded llrlck In all IV.tlsms fix Fp t and supply tbe brlrk lor tbe Kvw rMleui tlty Hall and icarlr all lb flu buildings f rttc4 Trdi ur tfeoltenllaqr, EaUisi, Or- H-W I jP TICKETS TO .lIHMMll H 1 mi Electric Lights On Meter System. TO CONSUMERS .1 Thotalm IJght and Power rompany at cre-jt hypene nnve eqnlppfrt their Klt-ctne Light plant with the n t modirn apparatwi andniniiwble 10 ofler the public a- hrr llL'llt thtlll nt.V IV.I.t.1 t.r.r1 n. a a . . 11,7.7. ;nr-iti"?.. .i.vji-?" " u """ -u svie Vlt VU lUUVWIBIt Arc Hiul IiuaiulcsccHt light; lug. llcctric Mutora for all purposes "nlicrc power is re quired. IteMdeucca can be wired for na mniiy UhU' as desired and the ronnutuers pay tor on aucb llshta a ore used. This bolug- reate4eell by an Klectrlo Meter. Offloo 179 Commercial St. MEATS. HUNT, 1I10 North Sa'cm Batihcr' 8 Un h K itil si i'(l out but 1II1 ii luii(U h hip to the old Mit. tt nt l.lbelty Ltrevt brides David 3IcKiIlop, Steal food Saw Lenvo orders nt ftnlera Ik provemcut Co., 05 State street. OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO E, W. HADLEY, Receiver. SHORT LINE to CALIFb&KIA OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS... 1 B. 0. WILLAMETTE VALLEY, Leaves Han FionoUco, Nov.Bth, H:h ftsd ISrd. Leaves Yaqulua, Nor. Olh, lift)), andSStb. HATEdALWAYB SAaJBFAOTOItY. For freight and passenger rates apply to any agent or purser of this company. U.K. b ULOAttY.Oen'ISupt. 0. T. WAUU1 AW. T K. 4 I. A. O. M. roWEltH, Agent, 8tt!emook. (Northern Pacific R. R. Co., Lsmh.) LATEST TIME CARD. Two Through Trains Dally. 1245pm Isftpm tO-lWum 1 45pm 7.1&am epm 7:16pm l..jMinn.n h; Warn I (t4epea aooam ,ww lt.ioam TSftfws au6ainl 4 80fm 8,00pm ll.fm I Htl'aul a 1 .. 1) iilutli n fwpm 7.05pm lOfmn l j Aniana. b a..l'hlongo..l Tickets sold and baggage checked tbrouch to oil polnis lit thotfnltedUtatea and Canada. Uloso connection mndojn OWcago vtltU all tnil nn going Kast and Hnuth. For lull Information apply to your tteareet ticket agent or J AS. O. I'ONB. Uen, 1'nie. And Tkt AkU. Ohleaco, 111 East and South (VIA, THE SHASTA ROUTE of the: I Southern Pacific Company. OAuroitNiA xxrusna tuaim tUM bah.it mv TWBIN fOBTiaWUAWPfl. r. "ftoutli.. f "HoTthT U'la p. in. l.v. 1'ortlamT Ar. I K'JUi B.( Up. in. 10: 1A a.m. Lv. Halem Lv. I 6:1 a a. Ar. Hau Krnn. I. v. 7)p. Ml Above trains stop al all slsllons froaa Portland to Albany inclusive: a1u at Tanaient, Hhedd, llalsey, llarrlsburg, Junction, dlty, Irving, i'.uiftuoauu an smiiuuinjmrnUHrg to A suland Inclusive. IKMKHUHIi M All, DAILY. I'M) U. III. I Lv. 11:17 ft. mlLv Sto p. m. I Ar. ortJnd Halem Koeebunr Ar. I .1 4J p. Lv. I 1-40 D. Lv.'l IMu.m ' I 11 DIhIhx Cftra on 4)fM'KHt PULLMAN mm sLEsras ANB Second Class Sleeping Cars Attached to all through trains. MM iUiiUf;m Fttitaj ami Cor raJ'Jfa : lAU.r. (ex-r aownAT). WW a. iiiTTLV. a- jixiam I'orlUnd Cv! D. Ml. li-lftp. m. I 1. 1 Ar. I Ui rvall Is l.-(Up. m. At Allmny and OurvallU connect with trsln ofOrrooti farino luilrrwn. KXfHSnMTHAIN lllll,V MXrlKTMUNIIA V 4:40 p. I 7-M t. 1 ITv.- IAr. i'nrUaut! MeMtnnvllle Ar. Lv r, I e6 a. i v I 60 a. la THKOUiJIi TIKKTH To all points Iu the Kaslcrn Hiates, CaBs nnd Kurope ran be obttlned at lowest rstas from W. W. hKI.NNl'K, Agrut, hakBJ. F,P. KfKJKitn, At.. 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