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M1,!c find just tlio help they bo r i in Hood's Sarsaparllla. It much fur- j,lei tlio desired strength by puri- i.i!..;tw ami nnrirniiirr tun lu"' ...... ...n.l .... l.n .,.... , jod. ana mus uuuuo i ni .l. .inmsrli nnrl raerulatea thn '.bote iystem. Bead this i i vant to prolie Hood'a Barsaparilla. fr health run down, and I had the grip. fAlttrlWli u3 uv-.. . ,-.- re badly affected, so that I could not do or own work. Out physician gave me ,ome M'Pi "u" !. tr Hood's Sarsaparllla. Boon I could V7 ill my own housework. I have t aken Cured Hwd's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and they have done mo much good. I irfllnotbawKhouttnem. x navo tajcen 13 tattles o( Hood's Sarsaparllla, and through Ikt blessing of God, It has cured mo. II worked as bard as ever the past sum liner, and I am thankful to say I am Swell'. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's Sarsaparllla help very much." SjlES. M. M. Messenoeb, Freehold, Penn. This and many oiner cures prove mat cod's Sarsaparilla ithe One True Blood Purifier. AH druggists. $1. epared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. ti nn acv easily, promptly ana JOOUS Pi US effectively ascents. STATE NEWS. ;Tlie assessment roll of Douglas (utility shows the total amount of as- eible property to be 84,076,210. fsi-coml crops of strawberries arc In il'Kira in Coos county, and are prom ising though they may be nipped. The Anuria Budget publishes a list M 21 names of men who are candidates lor the custom house, and about 20 Bur the po'tofllce. Eistern apples are now shipped Into Dretton, and they are being com- ared and our own stock is claimed to the best of the two. I Sam Kee, a Chinese hop raiser, near Butteville, has left about 18 tons of pops, from which he expects to realize ignod profit, at present prices. The cattle men, of Eastern Oregon, (redoing what they can to keep down Ihe sheep surplus by killing them off Whenever they trespass on the cattle annes. ; James Moore resisted arrest at Burns the other day for disorderly onduct, and was shot in the leg by Ihe marshal. The wound was not fiangerous. I The AMiland Normal first team is trying to arrange a match game of aseball with the State University am, at Eugene, to be played early In December,probably about the 10th. An anti-gossip society has been or ganized by six yonng ladies, of Pendle ton, who agree never to say anything pat pleasant things of people. They vlll probably go to the other extreme. riiere Is a golden mean. The Piute and Modoc Indians are 1 be registered In order that they nay be granted land In severalty. gent Emery and Captain Applegate pe now engaged in gathering theni In at Klamath agency for the purpose W registration. i George Parks, of Eugene, was ar rested on charge of attempted rob- ery. lielng caught with his hands In another man's pockets is pretty onciuslve evidence. lie was grabbed for the man and In the Bcufllcthe uoney was scattered all over the pound. ! The presence of the peach borer is eported in Douglas county. The Krno not only attacks peach trees, but pruuo also, whether grafted on peach P plum stock. As high as 10 grubs re sometimes found in a single prune. uie remedy at this season of the year M to hunt for the enemy and dig him pi or the trunk. The largest crop of squash harvested from one hill that the North Yamhill wcord has heard of this rear, was falsed on the farm of M. B. Martin.in rise; being seven in number, weigh- in? each, 38, CO, 77, 02, 70, 60 and 134 faunas. The largest one is on exhibi on In North Yamhill. Mr. Martin pys they are Bryan squash. The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, alderman, Chi f p, says: "I regard Dr. King's New J scovery as an Ideal Panecea for UUCnS. COlrta nnrl lnnrr t-nmnlnlnt.8. Pavlneuserl II. In mtr rnmllv tnr tlin lisJ f v,e years, to the exclusion of any Rparatmns..?reSCrlP"0n8 r Uier .,,',' John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, piethodlst Episcopal church for 50 En! .1 ?r more and have never found -vuiing so beneficial, or -that gave &,, bPeeay relief as vr. itmg-s ew Discovery." Try this Ideal UlTh Remprlw nnm OVInl hnttlp.1 e atl"red A. Legg'a drug store. OASToaatiA. lies &&( "? Killed by Freight. A laboring man naied Cederson was accidentally killed Wednesday evening at Scufert's cannery, Wasco county, on the O.-Il. & X., by the de railing or a freight train. The man had evidently been at work nLSeufert's flsherfes.and was standing alongside the track, waiting for the freight to pass.when one of the grain cars, for some unaccountable reason, jumped the track toward Cederson and crushed him before he could move. The car caused three or four other grains cars to jump the track, and blocked the track for a while. The obstructions were quickly rcmoved.and the remains of Cederson turned over to the coroner of the county. Superintendent O'Brien is investigating the matter, though no blame can attach to any of the trainmen. The accident occurred at 0:30 o'clock in the evening. Bucklen's Arnica balve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter.chappcd hands,chllblains, corn, and all skin eruptions and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis taction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Fred A Leg.' Archbishop Ireland, of fct. Paul, Minn., came forward as the Hrst Roman Catholic of note to espouse publicly the cause of a polititlcal party In the present campaign. In a written statement of his views made at St. Paul, Minn., October 11, in re sponse to invitations from a number of prominent business men of that state, the archbishop strongly de nounced the Democratic platform, as being equivalent to a declaration of secession. The New York Herald of October 16, states that "the Vatican, although favoring the candidacy ol Mr. McKinley, does not approve of the recent letter of Archbishop Ireland supporting Mr JIcKinley, because it mixes religion and politics, which the Vatican thinks would best be kept separate in the United States." A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison, of Worthlngton, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Electric Bit ters, and lean cheerfully recommend it for Constipation and Sick Headache orul oa n frnnnrnl KVStpm tfinip. itillllS I1CI equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2023 Cot tage urove. Ave., uuicagu, vus mi mil down, could not eat nor digest food, ioH n Vinn.lrnp.hn wlilp.h never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bot tles 01 JiiieCLric niLUJjs icsluicu uci health and renewed ner sirengui. Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a Bottle at Fred A. Legg's Drug Store. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. llBlll stgutui ft n Tir vrifpw. Dissolution Notice. The Copartnership heretofore ex isting between W. A. Hamilton & John Molr under the firm name of Hamilton & Molr is this day niut ,,nii,r iiacnivpri. All clulms due to said firm to be paid to V7. A. Hamilton. Any duis against bum mm i" upj Hir nnph nn nnvlncr one-half. W. A. Hamilton continues the bulsness. W. A. UAMlliTUIM. John Moir. Salem, Oregon October 22ndl896. "DR.M1LES, Through His Nervine Is a Ben efactor to Thousands." H WIDELY Known vr.aCOLsln publisher. rhoVue a: C-ki Bay. writes March CtJ !' "' '' .. t "Fivo yirp .i-'o i " v "rvous that at nlcl.S on it c.iuni ut ueepietsncss. My ,. c.u'lr MUea-Btawra-,C N rVne r.na 1 ecamtceed to use H with tue -v w.S cCui. Since then I have tPt a 'wu. iu u.y Uoue and use It tacnever rry ai.rv.-i er, unstrung. w tb Srw "mo e good iwulu Mr son also Dr. JUUlS wlth iij.o never falling NPt-vin juscoss. I havorccom- Pl Cl V law jcended It to many and PPCTfire'S Is cures tnem. All who KCMUIWJ Bu3er iroin nerve Health...... troubles abould try It. It is freo Jrora narcotics, perfectly faara leanTyft aootbesand kw"" WX'Bata proprietor of Vzn lw. totbpttowUlbeneator money refunded. C6&&ffl&c&X v. s iium.a Ksna c I WWtHMIHWUmimttt" tl II!) IIM t Mill .1, Hi AtgelablcPrcparalionrorAs simllatlng IhcToodandRcguta ling thcStomacbs andDowels of PromotesT)ieslion,ChccTful ncss andRcst.Contalns ncillur OprumIorphlne norlfiaeraL Not "N Aro otic. Kutpearoi&ErSXMUELEnniW PumJan Sad' jllxjmna I farm Seed - Cfonfud Atqiir . lilaHyrnn norm AnctfccUlcmcdy forConsh'oa- tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrlioea, Worms .Convulsions.Fcvcnsh' aess andLoss OF SLEEP. lac Simile Signature of NEW "YORK. tilt EXACT COPrOF WRAPPED. ll --' GUARANTEED TOBACCO HABIT "?r LCy 0TO baxfis sold. 8M 000 curt 3 tirovo Its nownr iui.u. iJo-to-baolathoi;reatcstui-ryc-foJln tuoworld. Manr calalbpounasln n)daTaDd Itnevct UtUteJ. o oxpect jou to uelle what wo -ay, lor a H'&IO maicotrioTfeiiKlujrotriiit icaa stroDCTlorouu 4 bcro. Send tor our booklet ' l)oti t Tobacco Suit a' Wtamplo. AddtcssTitU." Li .tiiiiiAUiij.iai;ij i: fo., cmcuco or new xoru. D. J. FRY, Agent, Every Single Man in Oregon would purchase his ticket yla the Burling ton Route to Omaha, Kansas City. St.LouIs, Chicago and all other southern and south eastern cities, if he re alized how comfort able, how fast, how safe its service Is. Nothing better any where. For tickets, apply to any railroad ticket agent. For informa tionfabout rates and trains, address fflBffl C. SHELDON, G.A., Portland, Or. Chicago, Milwaukee k Si. Paul Ry, RIANP.F AT THIS MAP Of the! Chicago, Milwaukee Jand iSt. Paul Railway and note its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha, and remember when going east that its tn-'us are lighted with electricity and heated by steam. Its equipment is ; superb. Elegant Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping car btithhas an electric reading lamp, and its dining cars are the best in the world. Other lines are longer than this, but none are shorter, and no other offers the above lux urious accommodations. These are sufficient reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau- .. s- .tlt Bfmiti in everv rail road office will give yon further Information, or address . - C, T. EDDV. General Agent, J, V. CASEY, Trav. Piss. Agent. " Portland MADE ME A MAN JLli J&nmZ JJa..Fallla M.m- 5)r JStwiiVluUtJnolXoriooafc'ana it ttamaoriodr,bo.UMiormarrI. fctamaortodr,la.l prevent JnMaltJ Jo "in tlma. Ttlr w"'! mJ?ii." iaX'i' LSa LDUBlVHigil u hni cared tboounai ana win. U1BUJB M. - ."TYI ZZ T-J. U. m1 m or rtiuou "."(".: r.r a, it. 7 i, aUpacaasM iiu."Trv.ra-r:5i.ri- 'SffiV8ffMEnVEfi: i 4W i4i - w -.imayt aa r-NsrcrxjjTEAPOLis . nmHEsoisj;y L taun arad tboortnai ana win o iw.. . a -..Vrittin gnarant- to .ff tx. a ear. la aai caaa ,.11 in Tifr.ViW.K luiuCiSa-fnmnn fZrm,TZv,n w 7 1 1 SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF &jrM IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVEEY BOTTIjE OB1 ASTORIA I Oattorla it tmt op la ons-tlis fcoUlei calr. II Lot told in bulk. Don't allow anyont to tell U "jsit as good" and " Trill aniwer ayery jmr poie." 3- Bee ttat you get O-A-B-T-0-B-l-A. Til fu tiaui s a yF,a uea yvL6xjj$zzbu '"t ct Trippir. MTItli ggr.wgn i'v-j-iycr to drwtrov tho deslro for tobacco In any euro Is obsolutelr fraarantoed by druintltta ererr- and mairnotlc. Justtrv a box. Yon will ba do d Mnpke Your I.lfo Awar." written (cuarante and - Salem, Oregon. EAST AND SOUTH ,VIA- Shasta Route. OF 1HEJ Southern Pacific Co California Express Train Run daliy between Portland and San Francisco. 8150 p. m. ) Ly Portland 1 1 :oo p. m. Lv Salemr r Ar. (8:10 a.m. r Ar. -6:oo a. m. o Lv. (7:00 p.m. 11:15 a.m) Ar- S. Frisco Lv, Above trains stop at East Portland. Oregon City, Woouburn, Salem, Turner, Marion, Jeflerson, Albany.Tangent Shedds, Halsey, Harrisbujg, Junction City.Eugene, Creswall, Cottage Grove, Drain.l and all stations from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive. ROSEIiURO MAIL DAILY. South North I 8:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. i5:20 p.m. lv. Portland ar. lv. Salem lv. ar. Itoseb'g lv. 4:40 p.m. z:zu p.m. 8:00 a.m. SALEM PASSENGER. D South I North D 4:00 p.m. 0:15 p.m. lv. Portland ar. ar. Salem lv. 10:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS aud second-class sleeping cars attached to all through trains. WE8T SIDE DIVISION, Between Portland and Corvaliis, dally (ex cept aunaay.i 7130 a.m. I Lv. Portland. Ar. 1 6:ao p. m. IZ 15 p.m. J Ar. Corvaliis. Lvlli3SP. w. At Albany and Corvaliis connect with trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad. Express train daily except Sunday. 4:45 p. m. I Lv. Portland Ar. I 815 a. m. 7:ajj p. m. Ar. McMmville Lv 5:50 a. tn. THROUGH TICKETS ,n all nntnl. in tVif Rultm States. Canada and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei from YV.W. SKINNKK, Agent, saiem. E P, ROGERS, Asst. G. F. & P. A., RTKoEHLER Manager. VJ FASHIONS CHANGER VV BUT w P0ZZ0NI'5 yComplexion POWDER X KEXANbALWATSTRESAME. ' ' The flneat, purest and most beaatl- V A lying toilet powder ever made. 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