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tjOW HE WROTE 8PAKTACU8,
Dr.,KolGi: TJolls lintr,tuo famous Speech
Talking with a correspondent of
tho Boston Herald, the Rov. Elijah
Kollopg of Harpswell, Mo., thus de
scribed howhowroto that favorito
.doclamation of Bclioolboys, "Sparta
cub to tho Gladiators":
"Itwaswhilo I was at Amlovcr,"
Baid he, smiling as tho remembmiico
of tho ovont carao back to him.
"Wo were , required to
speeches for our rhetorical exorcises
and after each man had spoken lie
waB Bubject to criticism by his fel
lowsand their comments weren't
always bo complimentary as they
were pointed. Then tho professor
would fallow with serious criticism,
and ho always found faults that need
"So these speeches camo to bo
looked upon with dread, and at last I
inado up my mind that I'd try to cet
something bo different from anything
wo had had and so interesting that
it would hold their attention ton
closely for them to think about
points on which to .criticise me, and
bo I would get off free.
"Well, I wrote 'Spartacus.' When
I began, it worked just as I had ox
pocted. They wore so taken by sur
prise that they never thought of any
thing but the 6peecb. You could
have heard a pin drop at any time
while I was speaking, and they did
not recover until I had finished and
had como down to ask for criticism.
"Then when Professor Payne
turned to the students and inquired,
'What criticism have you to offer,
young gentlemen?' there wasn't
ono of them had a word to say, for
they were all thinking of tho piece
and hadn't noticed anything else
" 'Gentlemen,' said the professor,
'we aro not hero for theological dis
quisitions nor for learned argu
ments, but these exercises are purely
rhetorical, and, gentlemen, that is
"Then turning tome be remarked,
'I could criticise you, Kellogg, but 1
don't know whether it would do you
more good or harm, and so on the ,
whole I think I will say nothing.'
"So," added the old gentleman,
with a chuckle. "I escaped criti
"Man," shosaid, with an air of con
viction, "is the most jealous creature
"Why is it," he asked, not answer
ing tho question directly, "that if a
woman offends a man in any way
and ho shows it over so slightly she
at once attributes it to jealousy?
Why isit that if sha puts a slight
upon him and he resents it she jumpi
at tue qonciuaiou wiuk ti ia jcuwuoi
"She ydoesn't .She "is never mis
taken," she rptorted.
"Does she realize," he went on,
"that jealousy, when it is justified
and it is -never really justified unless
a man has a claim on a woman,
either as wifo or fiancee is a proof
of one of two things either tho man
ia tho worst kind of a fool or the
woman is beneath contempt? Doe3
u.o iii7.ft the litrht in which her
conclusion makes her pose, which
ever explanation may be correct?
Why do they do it"
"Possibly you know," sho said
"Yes " ho said softly as he looked
around for his hat. "It is because of
their innate self love and self con
ceit.'" ' , ,
The engagement was broken, but
ho felt that ho had squared accounts
anyway. Chjcago Record.
A Geological Barometer.
found in Finland is a stone wmuu
foretells by a change of color the
probable character of tho weather in
the near future-a natural barometer
known by the name of semakuir,
and which is said to turn black short
ly before an approaching rain, while
in fine weather it is mottled with
spots of white. For a long time, it
appears, this interesting phenomenon
was'inexplicable, but on ail analysis
of rhn stone it was shown to bo a fos
sil mixed with 'cloy, and containing a
portion of rock salt and niter. This
fact being known, tho explanation of
tho changes became easy. 1 be saic,
absorbing the moisture, turns black
when the conditions are favorable fpr
rain, while tho dryness of the atmos
phere must as naturally bring out
the salt from the interior of the stone
in white spots on tho surface.-Mow
Ills Source of Igporance.
1L Williams in tue jiuuiuu
News presents the following totter
from Tnarent to a teacher in the
public Bchoola; , . ,nn
DrAH Mn.- i ip .n ."el. a
Sf tl a? him mi lf. tt kw to me bene
will lw-nnnltblns-hU '"L, and you will
. dpflslient. Wallop him ell. r. ana you
receive my than!;. , . Mn Eiea A
P. 8. Wlmt account I Jon lwU'
bad acholar U that lie U my nun by my wife
rust husband. .
Tramping'Tom-Tbere goes ,oneof
the fellers that's responsible for ban
our troubles. ,,.. ia
Wayfaring William-Wbat - he
d iSLnpIug Tom-He rks ojeiy
day in the year 'cept Sundays ftn
" "ii'if.,' r ' '"-tii
I SHE TOLD HIM ALL
After Which (holMnd riajrri, unci r.lfe He
sumoil It, Flow.
They were alono in tlio curio hall.
It was growing dusk, and nil im atni
aVo for tho forcod gayety of the laugh-
big hyena in the menagerie un st.iira
The living skeleton nestled vet closer
to tho fat woman and gazed fondly into
"Arabella," he murmured, "we arr
Her lip trembled.
"Yes, Plantagenet." sho faltered.
Insinuating his arm about her elbow,
ho gently drew the latter to his bosom.
"And isn't my tootsey wootsoy sure?"
Mists gathered in her eyes, and present-
lya tear, clinging for a moment to the end
of ner nose, splashed upon her heaving
"Oh, Plantageaetl" she sobbed.
He was frantic.
"Light of my life," he cried, "tell m
Sho wept and was silent.
His look had grown hard and desper
ate, and his voice was chill.
"that you regret plighting your
troth to me? I will unsay the words."
She wrung her hands in anguish and
"No, no, no"
In her terror she clutched him and
would have risen agitatedly but for the
nature of her calling.
"Plantagenet! Do not leave mo
alono in my borrow."
Distrustfully he glared at her.
"Hast thou sorrows," he demanded,
"of which I, your fiance, know not?"
"Arabella, I insist."
It was dark now. Outside the autumn
wind whistled drearily, and the flickering
lights cast weird shadows upon the pave
ment. The efforts of the one man bund
to get in tune warned them that the
evening was wearing on apace.
"Arabella, now or never."
With sudden calmness sho confronted
"Believe me, Plasty," alio earnestly
declared, "I lovo you and rejoice that
you are mine, but my heart grows
"as I am forced to accept the con
clusion that wide skirts and ruffles will
stay in another season."
He had just time, to embrace her left
shoulder when the hoarse voice of the
lecturer, explaining the gallery of hor
rors, recalled them to tho sterner reali
ties of life. Detroit Tribuno.
Extreme piousness is often more provo
cative of humor than of admiration, as
the employers of a certain puritanical
young Scotchman have found out. He
came from some country place near Edin
burgh with the strongest of recommen
dations from his old pastor, who stated,
among other things, that "sae gude a
boy he was that there was scarcely a dry
eye in the congregation when it was an
nounced that he was to go to America to
seek his fortune." He proved to be not
onlv a coort clerk, but obliging to his
friends, and when the annual picnic was
planned lie proposed io save ms icuu
clerks the expense of printing their pro
grammes by typewriting them himself.
When, however, the list of diversions
for tho day's pleasure was handed him,
and he found that dancing was umong
them, he exclaimed vielently:
T'ii nan nrint that ungodly word
dancing' on paper. I'll typewrite the
. f u hthI leave a blank for that
wicked word, whicusomo or you wurm
ly men can put in for yourselves!" Har
In No Hurry.
"I don't advance you no more den 75
cents dot coat on," said tho pawnbroker
to Dudley Fewscads. a Harlem society
y"Only 75 cents! Then I'll not pawn it
at all. 1'mnotjstur.Yinsyt'i.
"All right! I can vait." Texas
1IU btrone Point.
What a clever, ingenious fellow Der-
ge"How6o? I never saw or heard of his
d0Kst -ctly- Manages to live
.x, .... !.. tn do anvthmc. Uii-
A Napoleon or Economy.
Friend-1 don't see bow, on your in
Jnevou manage to winter in Flonda
and summer in Maine.
VZ-Youfo rg tthat by that plan
, a Tciand ice
Tboe Little Prorlnciai
. m 1 Al L-
Sink church wedding are too ex.
No. Thoyre not r - . a
, t , Keller tell yoo be wa
U Hid It.
?:?r 7 wU - lMt.e!?u-t lw-
- - r i ,-,,,, ,, " ".uiratiuin H 1OT.a,
tfot a Woman Wa fj.iyed, ,, the 8KSct
ele Wai Appalling,
Perhaps" tho most frightful wreck
on tho American coast was that of
the White Star steamship Atlantic
at Marr's island, near Halifax, at 2
o clock in the morning of March 31,
18T3. Five hundred and sixty per
ished out of a total of 978 persons.
Tho disaster was so tremendous
that tho newspapers at first regarded
Hie news as an attempt to nenvjtrato
u vi uci ah iooi noax.
Without the slightest warning tho
Eteamer struck on a rock. The sea
carried away tho port boats. Before
the weather boats could be cleared
tho ship rolled over. Tho sounds
that arose from below decks were
soul stirring. Most of tho women
and children were down there in the
darkness wailing pitifully.
The captain ordered tho passengers
to climb into the rigging and to
crowd forward whero the wreck was
highest and out of reach of the
waves. The officers of tho ship got
a line to a rock about 40 yards dis
tant and then managed to get four
other line3 across. About 200 people
managed to reach tho rock. Be
tween the rock and thoshorowasi
gulf of about 300 feet and a rope wa
stretched over this. Fifty persom
reached the island and aroused tin
inhabitants, who furnished boatt
and took tho half frozen survivors
from the rock. Those who still clung
to the sido of the ship and the rig
ging were also rescued.
Not a woman was saved. The
first officer held ono woman in the
rigging until sho froze to death
and was left there, half nude, with
protruding oyes and foamy lips, the
ghastly spectacle being rendered
more terrible by the splendid jewels
which sparkled on her hands. A boy
who hung onto the icy rigging near
the dying woman was washed away,
but be managed to reach a boat.
The last man in the rigging was the
first officer, who was-saved through
the heroic efforts of the Rev. Mr.
Many of the passengers, , saloon
and steerage, died in ,tho rigging
from cold and fright. Tho sea washed
away tho women and children, and
tho shore of the island was .soon
thickly strewn with the 4ead. Tho
natives plundered the bodies and
mutilated the hands of the women
in order to get their lings.
Ono woman was seen in the waves
holding two children, while a third
had its little arms around her neck.
Sho went down almost instantly,
and tho loud, passionate cry of the
poor mother as sho sank with her lit
tle ones could be heard all over tho
wreck. New York Herald.
Tho Dead sea and the Groat Salt
lake aro tho best known examples of
lakes below tho sea level whoso wa
ter is briny with salt. Tho" Mohavo
sink and the Salton desert aro tho
beds of just such lakes. On thepo
ninsula in tho Caspian 6ea is a small
lake more heavily saturated with 6alt
thau either of tho others. Another
Caspian lake has tho color of the
robo and a pleasant smell, both de
rived from a peculiar weed which
grows in its basin. The lake of pitch
or aephaltum, in Trinidad, from
which comes most of our asphalt, is
certainly ono of tho marvels of lake-
The lakes of Switzerland are great
settling beds for glacier mud. Every
one has a gray river flowing into ifs
upper end, a blue river .loaying it at
the other. Eleven miles pf tho head
of Lake Geneva have been filled up
with tho gray glacier grit of tho
Rhone. Tho queer finger shaped
lakes of western Now York, all run
ning north and soutn, wero unuouuir
edly scooped out and formed by gla
cial action, their steep banks being
formed by glacial moraines. All pf
them are deepest at tho southern
end.-Kansas City Times.
After having heard so much about
the beauty of tho dark oyed, olive
tinted senoras and senontas of South
America, it is startling to find their
natural charms obscured under
clouds and drifts of paint and pow
der, and that the enamels, cosmetics
and other French devices which
seem to constitute the most impor--
nrtinlea of their todeta, havo
n,ifired most of them positively
'tly whu seen by "the garish
Doubtless this pernicious paint habit
originated in the admiration which
X naturally sallow skinned .peo
ple entertain for tho Saxon pink and
white, forgetting that by tbepycho
loric laws of contrast blonds Are a
rfcted to brunettes m powerfully
awthe latter to their own 0PPfo
BuenosAyres Letter in PfcWM
nil la Record. ,
XXUT A "Al di ..4 Mm
Plsr SBtal .sfla
i nns r is
I have a profound respect for "hu
tiers." They wear a different enthu
siasm for every day in the week.
One of them rushed 6ovoral miles to
boo mo and camo into my room pant
ing and perspiring.
"What's the matter!" I asked.
"I've a great ideal" ho gasped.
"Well, cool off, got your breath,
.and when you aro in a proper stato
of repose let her go."
"It's a title for a book!" ho said.
"Inspiration worth $20,0001 I've
copy righted it You can do it in two
weeks. There's a pot in it"
"In what?" I asked.
"In tho book," ho said glaringly.
"Havo you got tho book!"
"No, sir. Better than tbat-rve
got the title. Don't you understand I"
Ho leaped from tho chair, pushed
hia hat back, crouched forward and
Bwept his arm impetuously across
the side of the room.
"Look at it there in big letters.
'Drop by Drop I' Great Scott it's an
instantaneous winnor. "D-r-o-p by
D-r-o-p !' How does it sound t"
"What's the book about?" I asked.
"I don't caro for tho book," ho Baid
as he wiped the perspiration from his
brow. "You writo tho book on any
thing you like, but call it 'Drop by
Drop!' That's all I want Heavens
and eartlvman, don't you ,see it!"
St Louis Globe-Democrat
An .Autograph Fiend.
One day when Mr. Phelps was min
ister to tho court of St. James a gen
tleman from Omaha callpd upon him
with the modest request that he
would assist him in obtaining a num
ber of autographs of eminent Eng
lishmen. The visitor was indeed
not scrupulous to oxoludo emment
English voinon( and if Mr. Phelps
could obtain for him a few friendly
lines from tho queen they should
have an honored place in his town
hall, on whoso bebalf he had under
taken the commission.
Mr. Phelps was struck with the
quiet pertinacity of tho man and
helped bun to a good many valuable
autographs. Appetite growing with
what it fed upon, tho gentleman
from Omaha declared he could not
go back without obtaining a speci
men of tho poet laureates handwrit
ing. Mr. Phelps said he did not know
Lord Tennyson, and from what he
had heard of bitn thought he was not
approachable on tho subject. ' 'But,"
ho said, "you write to him yourself
in your own way; tell him your busi
ness here and wbat you want from
him." The gentleman from Omaha
obeyed tho instruction, and after a
few posts thoro reached him n manu
script copy of the first page of "In
Memonam" in Tennyson s own nana
writing and signed by bis nntno.
SUt SPASMS A DAV.
J Irt Httltcul Co , Elkhart, Ind.
.r..J lv.Mlli-i' l estortllre .Nervine ii any
EMKi: I iiCTer low an opportunity w
. m Mi tL. wsuriimo Hut t will net
i.r.t)ii-t i huit Vhenourb"y v,&
, j,. -i ,iilill.eMAttuikoilHtbloltl.t
MiMi- no -ouid lime (Jvo or i
,1 ..i ifiodnv v, e T'lro itny rfiai
I'.H, i'l VWlrtC.M toiildtoe tint.
wi 'irnt'i"o rqM.Tc riiT oost. J
. i iwilw, oni 1 m bappyto sy tie
i r J rMTIHCtV CURED
i r n jjy, aoi
an u; vuiu u
complete. Ue 1
yiieJthy. Yooarest iitxnyto use ray nunc m
iQUMBiHO 7mc rasisg or this wonoaarvi.
HiutoY. 8. C. IUacox,
Agent Facloo Express Oo,
Ilntlnci, Netirsaka, April Ctb, 1S.
Dr. Miles Nervine,
HOST CWTAIK cei rot
HEADACHE, HEUBAI.QIA, 5EBV0UB PE03-
TRATI0H, DIZZWE8S, BPABJtB, BLEEPLEfiS.
BE2S, DniXHESS, BL0E8, wd OPIUM HABIT,
BOLD ON A fOaiTIVg OUAWAHTtC.
rii rnuvv . i
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 60 DOSES 2 J 6T&
Mold t.y P. J. Fry, druritUt, Halem
" brapa Vines for Sale.
I have prorogated eeveral thousand
coort strong two-year old mi vIdm
5(r!,r.i' ?..,. ...nrtMl var lira. ult
forawiiiKK "m .""-- or -i,nh.
ii. . itnr In Oreiron.
m nir'drxw. E- Hofer. Balem. Or.,
l WW VVfP
Manufacture Standard Pressed Ilrlck,
Molded Uric In all Patterns for KronU
i.,h.hrik lor tbe New Halem City
tf.V.S5'urJyli the fin. blld ng. erected
in'"" r ..,,. i.i. nr. (USdw
ards near innem, ,
Bate, $2 to $5.00 per DJ
-,-.iul between HortUnd aad fun
, riSetoSTw-i -" appmnvmeu,-.
tj '" ' ""w
u,,,-,. ,0 ,be Willamette V-Mer
I A, I. WAGNER; Prop.
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, 5
harsh, brittle? Docs it split at the enda? Has it n J
lifeless appearance? Does it fall .out when combed .or 3
brushed ? Is It full of dandruff? Does your scalp Itch ? 5
Is it dry or In a heated condition? If these arasomeof i.
yoursymptomsbo warned In timo or you will become bald. '
SkookumRoot Hair Grower
Unhfttyounwd. It production U not an accident, but thererott of etientlflo I
research. Knowledge of
cry oCuott to treat them.
tho follicles, (f i.'oj falling
Is not n D e, but a delightfully
.. IF Keen the soup clean, healthy, and free from Irritating eruptions, ny '
thpuso ot swlum Slcin Soap. It destroys ponuUfo intKtt, uttich ftti. oi I
and rfexfrou tht hatr.
rironahl. on r?rILt of nrlce. t
T. .1. KItKSS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 30th and Cbeiueketa Street.
Best rneatnul tree delivery.
136 Mate Street.
To bo worn on Buito with the shagfty
tweed and camel's hair costumo of the
euson are hata of very rough felt Sang
er felts tlioy nro named brown and
piky, upon which quills and stiff fenth
rs are secured with knots of brilliant
t-arlet or equally brilliant marigold yel
ow velvet. How York Post.
Jorkins Mis. Perkins 6eoms a vory
Mrs. Jorkins Well, sho has reason
to bo sad. Sho has had several great
disappointments in life.
Jorkins Is that so?
Mrs. Jorkins Yes. Sho has been
married tbreo times. Now York
IJtJUUU jUotl UJuUJ mjj uyo ju
Bmstantlj' removesnnd forever destroys ob-
IlJiMillunaiile Intlr, who- ber upon Uiu bands.
nine' uriiKor necic. wiiuoul aiscoiuruuuu
Bir Injury to tbo ino.it delicate eftld. It
nwaalor any years tho seorot ormu'aol
uKrusmus Wilson, nckimwledired uv tihysl
solans a the blhuut authority and the
inosi eminent d-riintoliKist and balrspe
r.clallst that ever lived. During hi private
iMHCtlcn ol a life-time aniens: Ihe notilllty
ilia ariMocrucy 01 r.urope ue p eseriurui
mis rbi!ine. l'rice. i uv mm. sei-urriy i
pacKea i orrespouaenreconnnentiai, ooiei
Ageing lor Aineriea Anurous
THc SKOOKUM ROOT HAIR GROWER "'0.
'llepU.67ouih b'l'th Avenne.New Vorki
rormnorwv innrvwm on '""'"" '"
S3 SHOE notVip,
Do wm woar them7 When next In need try a pair.
Best In the world.
If uu,-,nt sffna DRESS SHOE, made InttiaUUM
ttylM, don't p v 8 8' T " $3 3,50' 4,00 ".
$J Shoe, They lit equal to ctom iriade and IwV and
wsir u well. If yoa with to economho In vwr footweari
da to by purchasing 7. L. Doaglu Shoe. Nam and
price itimped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
W. I DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
H Hard Wood Finishing,
dunce on -alem Molor H-llway. North Ba em
leAve orders at bteluer a llloers. H-d
PKOKlWaiONAli ANI HU8INKHS0A11HH.
Iiir.MON Full I). Attorney at law, aleiiii
' flregoa. tlfflce up slalnTln l'tKn block
ii.rmiii a i tin navat Uw.Haleui.Ure-
uon Ufllce over Hush's bank
r) . Attorneis Mt law.
uuiro UT.r v,'-.
ruHN A.OAll-oN, Attorney at law. ro'ns
I Sand 4, Hush bnk building, Halem.Or.
it - lUJNMAM. W.H.Ht.MrJi
iTlNIIAM IIOUMEH. AtU.rneys at law
B OtncVln lluibbl.k. between HUUtnd
i ourt, on Commercial street.
TOHN UAVNE, ATTUKNBV.AT.i AVV.
J collee ion iSia ai d promptly remittee
Koipby blk. cor HUti antrcoinmereb
slreeU.Valem, bregnn. "
WaKNIOHTON-Arebltect aod jatrln.
Undent Office, rooms -J and allu.U
D" ll A DAVH. Ite I' tOrduatepf Hew
York, gives special al'entlon to the die
. "?T5i'r; rssaiKSrV:
fflKVVrlnir-UU. street. C
tlou from 9 WJ U " andtoP m.
7 l -em
a iihownk. Hy"V?ZSS.
WU, I mice, nuiyui -.-.-, .-
O'omrclal street. .
nnTn MMITll. lollt, Ute lret
D auiein Oreifn! Vlnisbed dental ofra,
.y.. "LlVVi deiirlPtlon. rtluleas optrs
HUH" we "--
Horn a specialty.
OOMHOK VCTKKANH.-HJmnter ftmrNo.
vfiting "ffixs iui;. AVT
in all end
foUdlng, ev.ry f DK.N Wft, M. W,
r. it rt'AKCV oo. o.Biwotuai.
rv'Altoy 4 HINOHAM. Atiorneys at Law,
D Ito-irosl.a and . D'Arcy Kullding. HI
iteisSeet. Vclul altentfon given i to Jiusl
new lo the supreme and clicult courts of the
the dlteues of Uie balr and ecalp lot to the dlacor. i
"Skookum "contain! neither mintrale nor oil, It i
kair, curt dundrnjy and grvwt hair on baid
cooling and Jetrethlng Tonlo.
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., 5
37 Mouth Fifth A-enae, how York, N. Y. "a
-Brick and Tile-
J. L. BENNETT & SON.
P. P. Bloolc
Only a centa a day delivered at
The House Mover.
451 Marlon Street.
Has the best niolllttea lor moving nnrt,rals.
Intf houses. Leave order at uray llros., or
address Balem. Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior Points the
Is tbo line to take
To all Points East and South.
H Is thedlulng- car route. It runs through
vostlbule trains, every day In (he year w
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No obange of con.)
Ooropased of dlnlnKcars unsttrpaased,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
Of latest equipment
Beat that can be constructed ami In which
accommodations are both Irea and lur
ntshed for holders of first and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnuots line oonnestlne with all
lines. aDordlng direct find, uninterrupted
Pullman sWepe' renervAtlons can be re
cared In advinco threugU any agent of
Through tickets to and from all points
In America, Kngland and Europe .can be
purchased at any ticket office of this com.
Full Information concerning rates, time
of train. .routes and other details furnished
on application to any agent or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant Oenerol i'asseni.'er Aeent. Ho,
Ul First street, cor. WMhlngton; Port
Bhaw & DowNiNd, Agents.
The Oregon Land Co.,
AlHalem, Is engaged In selllnr fruit lands
In lh vicinity of 'i'ito, Oregon, where mor
fruit Is now growing lhn In any rrl of the
tale. OuOK S MINTHOIIN,
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Cablni't work and repairing.
Court etrret, Upposlle Opera House,
rlAI.KM, - OlIKOON
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST, LOUIS
' - - - w
1 DAYS to
Hours Qu,cker ".a,01" and Kan"
Through Pullirun md Tourlit Slsepen, Free
Reclining Chair Uri, uming uari.
Vorrslu and general Information call
W. ". HUKUBUnT. AMU . J". A
W WartlngUm u Opr.M
On H vtcv Sifitcm
ItisMilvru Until mut lower for-pany
fitu fcJkpetiet) unvo tquiiptu meir r.itn
tight plum -with theni ,n inodttUMPtarM
--uu.MbWt.lile to oiler iliu puMicabet
ugui iuuu nny eyMCiu una at t rttie i
llinu nuy city un the wwst.
Arc ami Incandescent L2&1
iiiK. Electric Meters itv
purposes where irawer I
lWjeacos can be wired ferns maEylH
aa Utttirea una tue uunsurnvni pay tor
sucu ugnu m are uvea, xuu being i
by an -tiooino .Meter. OOloo
179 Commercial SU
HUNT, tho North Salem IkkW
Biya bo hna not autd out lai
kuupiy niuvia uikmi te
old miud at LI beity street
ED. RAVEAUX, i
Meat Market. ;
Fresh meats nua lowest rrieea ,
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co,, Ltme)
LATEST TIME CARD,
Dally Through Trains.
n zs pro l ... M'nn a
711pm l.Aa bland, a
10 0!n ' a..('hlcaKO.. I
'Ilokeu sold and BBgaite checked throws! I
i all points In the United states and Cstiaeswl
Close connection made In Chicago w-Hh a9
Korlnll Infortuatlou apply to yoar yresv
ticket agent or J ah, C. VUMD.
iiion. i raw. miu mi, aru, uhhbsv,ii
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD. CO
E. W. HADLEY, Receiver.
SHOUT LINE to GALIFORBTI
B. 8. WILLAMEITK VALLKY "'
Lenvea Ran Krancuco, Noy.6Ui, Itlh asd ti.,
Leaves Vaqulna, Nor. Oth Ivth, asdawb, .ffl
HATES ALWAYH BATISKACTORT.
For freight hnd pit'Fonger rules apply tOMf ,
ageniorpursvroi iiim i-"iiiiuiiy.
H. K S VIA A1V, Oen'lHupt.
O.T. WAIUM AW T r'.A l A.
U.M I'UVVKHH, Agent. tWom-Doe.
MONEY TO LOAN
Un Improved Heal Estate, In ammtaU
time to suit. Mo delay in co&eldorlnf
ceaq x. enpn
I unit i witu,
ltooml?. Bush Bank block. 61Mw
W. A. CUIIICK,
J, II. Ai.ssar.
Tranrarts n gtneral banking business.
l'.oiiiptuticnil npaid to collections. Ioafts
made. K change untight and sold on MM
prlnrlral cities of the wo Id.
I. VAN IWYK, J M..MAHTIW,
E. M.l'HOIHAN, W, A UUHICK.
V. W, MAHTIff, J.U.ALIIItHr.
II. V, Matthkws, -Dlreetors,
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
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ti.Ui p. in,
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belli a. in.
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all stations frost
Pnriimiil Li Albany Inclusive! elto at Tunce
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larrisuurr, junctiou vll'
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to AstiiMid tuoiutlve.
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rDLlMAN BUFFET SlSIfUS
Second Class Sleeping Cirt
Attached to all through travlaM.
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