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fpti WeekvUeMMWeW reei.
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"craffk" newiaperB of
hUpm (tin referendum
InV&iKiie not more than one-nan mo
mMMtrefl enacted by (he legislature
would ever dare be HubmllUtl to tbe
frMUj'erlf they were, would stand
solftiHi'iHKBGtegt cbunoe of nucceM."
Bt$t, M ft rule ttaow measurca which
were tbe moet rational and uwjful which
bad beet approval in experience 'and
Intelligence, would be n-Jected, while
thoee which were most stupid and moot
birtfui to the,otiutry would be accept
ed, Tbe ignorant and unscrupulous
itefttagogiie la already Huniclontly pow
erful without giving hitu this vast In
ereaae of power. Oregonlan olf Ved4e8-
Thk JoUbnal Is tbe crank newspa
per referred to. Ah usual it feels com
' plfmenled by tbo abuse of tbe Oregon
inn. Not that wo are fond of abuse;
but because tbe expressions come from
each high source of autocratlo and
plutocratlo power, wbicb would bo en
tirely aborn of Us special privileges of
ckw legislature were tuo "referendum"
In vogue once.
The demand for the referendum, or
the submitting of all important general
laws to voto of tbe people, has arisen
from tbe fact that tho bulk or legisla
tion has been tending to create private
fortunes of tbe publlo service. By uo
other proceea could so many multi
millionaires be produced. In tbo ordi
nary competitive processes between In
dividuals, where all aroon an equal
tooting, without any legalized advan
tages, the rulllioiialro Is scarcely possi
ble. By means of special legislative priv
ileges the sharpers have monopolized
our systems of publlo lands, publlo car
trieM and publlo finances. This Is the
fulia the Oraaronlan represents. This
k tbe close tbe referendum is aimed at.
Tbe Oregonlan holds to the antiquated
belief of all oriental despots and czars
that tbe bearta of the many aro'constl-
tutloMlly weak, cowardly, ignorant
and incapable of right things assum-
leg tbU) they have no right to govern.
The troth of history Is, that, but for
tbe 'corrupting Influence and practices
of an expiring race of aristocrats who
have temporarily wrenched nearly all
political power from the baud of the
people, the people would today bo fur
happlor and better oir thun they are.
-But the pendulum Is turning, it will
wing baok all rbe further because its
time-beats have been regulnted for two
generation or Nupoleoulo monster in
1 polities. When It does awing buck all
'the monopolist will bo fought out ul
Die senate and tbo hulls of congress.
the hearts of the people Imvd always
Wets true and, If not always right, their
, desires and ambitious for the welfare of
the uuruari race nave immeasuruuiy
trftnaoended their o'Jrote, As groat a
ta)MQ ,1 Abraham Lincoln was not
trfreJd to trust the people It Is only
ihall creature that cry "caviare
M eeaiHson people be d U."
THK NEW TAX UWD.
AH through the legislature thoro wns
ft krge ftud reepeotabto protest at re
'pi! of the morlgago tux law. The
grange bill prov'ded that there should
be. bo exemption fur debt except as it
'was 11 matter or record against land.
'Thk Journal elioweti that unless all
eredlU were exempted rrum taxation,
It was manifestly unjust to exeinpt by
tow mortgage notes held mostly by
foreign capitalists and tax up all credits
held by residents. Bluee tho law
jMirif the governor haa declared Its
eperatloa to be to iHoreaea tbe burdens
C Uxatttm upon the already over
turn hMVlly mortgaged far-
The failure to veto tbe tepeal of
e tax law U uot at all lu
Maw with the governors past record
mhI' utterance 'm this queatlou and
ltls attempt to throw all the blame of
Me passage on the legislature will only
The Farsaers Journal or Portland, a
MnUla nartu mnar nlnHmina til
' ,ftfse Um governor. This attack from
".Wttfcl Me own household is aome
whii UMipeeted, hut 11 U au attack
HaU Will not easily be tllturlpated. The
fafsMM Ms) Mttg assessed now 011 the
fell vht of tbelr faruw, getting no
ssiweUsii far the morlgg4 part, and
smMIm no reduethm Id rates of In-
1 tweet, by the time they pay their Uxw
IMl'FehnMry there will be a cyclone
f fcwk that will (airly drive the goy
etaer, whe has hitherto been their
sstamplon, lto the shade as a Ux re-
The Hew tax laws throw an
tuMnUw oh laud, with ho
gMafiftinHiit heweHls, The owly man
ssseflte4 k the profweluaal eamallt
VfM WftHl interview Ih Tmk Jouk
HeU, k ki gssftt aswftMtl.
JULUIAJJUJWMlteWMMlJUL II I J
When you ean't answer a man Just
call him a crank, JfJiat settles It any
lflde goes before a fall In the cate of
the man who will not cure himself of
the whiskey habit. wi.
Our advertising colutniM enjoy the
confidence of the people. Very few
frauds ever get into them.
"From everlasting to everlasting," as
the convict said who died the other
day In tho midst of the minister's
Tub Journal tomorrow will con
tain ft supplement as usual with all the
Heels!, sporttogi.aBd literary; event of
me wecx. f, 1
s . .p- $
The boy who wlljHlrive awttlng bird
oil her nest and steal the eggs haa no
business to .become a man. And he
"Balem Is to havp a camp of daughters
of veterans. Different from tho boub
of veterans, they know what it la to
i -J i
The Oregonlan hud Boutb, tbe great
ictor dead; now he is going on the
stage again. That is the way It killed
This Oregon of ours is endurable
when we read of cyclones in the Houtb,
hull lu Florida and sixteen Inches of
snow in Bouih Dakota.
Marlon county fruit growers ought to
build a fruit palace this year again. INo
prettier advertisement of Orogon is Im
aginable. It would pay too.
The Journal bus with great diffi
culty tried to treat the minister's strike
seriously. It Is too much to be love
that tbo public treats It that way too.
Tho prisoners at tbe pen should be
put to work on tho sea of mud that con
stltutes tho muln county road past tbe
penitentiary. But they would require
The gold situation in Wall street is
easier. In tho country tho average
man would bo quite well pleased to
hear n few silver dollars Jingle in bis
right breeches pocket.
Balem has a fine Held for an evonlng
Democratic paper. Evening papers are
so popular and profitable this city could
easily support another and not'half
Tho Utuh congress is a great im
provement on tbe one that alts at
Washington. It don't cost anything
anil some of its proceedings border up
on tbo reudable and sensible.
Tbo usual process of delay, changes
or specifications and alternations of
plans and eonlruots ore going ou that
will result in Sulein City hall costing
$150,000 to $200,000 before it Is finished.
Of course, notio would think of run
nlug street cars over tho big brldgu to
West Balem, It can hardly bear tbo
wind. Tho county court doubts If It
could stand up under a coat of paint.
WHAT THEY AR QOOD FOR.
ItUANttHKTH's l'H.r.s are tho best
First They aro purely vogetublo In,
fact a medicated rood.
fcjecond Tho same doso always pro
duct's the same cllect otner purgatives
require inoreuseu uoses auu nuauy
Third They purify tho blood.
Fourth They Invigorate tho diges
tion and oleauso tho stomach mid
Fifth They stimulate tbo liver and
carry oil vitiated bile and other de
Thu llrst two or three doses tell the
story. Tbe skin becomes clear, the eye
bright, the mind active, digestion I re
storvii, cosiiveness curvii, ttiu animal
vigor Is recruited and all decay ar
rested. llRANDHKril'8 1'lI.LH RfO Bold In
every drug and medloluo store, cither
piuiu or sugar coau-a.
Wheat COo jr bushel.
Oata 35-l0o ier bushel,
l)tatoeHoOGOo Kr bushel.
Flour-f3.60 per bbl.
Brau (Hacked) 1)8.00 per ton
Hhort8-(8oktHl) 1 5M.00 per ton;
lleaus, white, 3u per lb.
Kw KJo per dosen.
Chiokeus-a to 10c per lb.
Chopped feed -(Backed) 120.09.
l)uoka-12Jo er lb.
Geese 7o per lb.
'hirkeys 10a er lb.
Lanl 12116o per lb,
Hutter lM30o jkt pouud
lleef 7l!Bo dressed,
Vial lOtoiaio, dressed.
Pork 712lo dreweit ,
Hops lttloti H?rll.
Mr. J C. Jami. cl
"AbtNtt o jn eo 1 oua-
?tNl a HtHl MM Of U.wvl ,v.U
. l.tlH jhjtUiu rHibtl in4M
aft wMltt,ihk'J I lookyHho say tHt.
I slo utM RweurUI ma txutk itU,
rMt uammsmmTuI rwalw, Uihla Utch
m sa utuk si areutUI ih-uuunli UtM
ttt pni 1 pun up H tMMhMM 14 tca
u4hc ,,, Aft tAklr Mvna UHlM I
sssstsss-BBa-s-ssta-a l.it, .u.s..t ..-.. li.i... .-. 4.1.1
ftyBBuuts bkisWv on lk tsubjmV-!
yYBsnB ersBT sa ssbb BssiaBeravBft)
.TrsUlMee JWJ U Sita DUns tsiss4
Aw. wst ieamfw & AistaM, eW
Cnntnitil Life -ml Lslli I'rnjfet
Mind Into tlm fulnr
Very llttlo rcHitfct l hIiowii tlio
poorly drowted HtrMligor In Now York.
Ib that roHiect, liowovor. Now York
k riot widely dlfforcnt from other1
big cltleH of tho world. Tho greater
tho crowd tho greater tlio rush, ntid
10 groftier tlio rush tlio lewrt tlmo we
Iihvo to inquire Into the condition of
our fellow man. Wo nro more like
ly to take him rw ho nppeurn to bo.
If r tnnn bo well drvHHcd nnd clean
and beflra uion hla exterior tho man
now of n gentleman well, wo call
him 11 gontlemnn, nnd lot him go nt
that It ho lookB like n loafor or
auto like o loafer, wo Hot lihndown na
n loafer. In either coso wo may bo
tnlHtnkon, but It goctf. Wo haven't
tlmo to luvoHtlgato cloHcly. If wo
bod, llfo lb ho awfully uhort wo
would probably dovote tho timo to
Homethlng tndro congenial.
Knowing thto, I always feci nn un
usual interest in thu little knot of
my follow creatureH in front of the
William Htreot surgeonB' supplies
window. Thoro la alwaya about tho
mimo numlor of ikjopIo thoro men
and boys venyacldom persons of tho
oppoflito box. Duaincsa men, clerks,
mosHongor boys, vagrants-all on
gaged in tho noblcat study 6f man
kindman. It la barely possiblo tho
poet didn't have this particular les
son In his mind when ho wrote.
it consists of tho whito and disor
ganized bones of aomo individual
whoso usefulness on earth closed not
with tho end of tho thing men ball
life. Arranged in a Now York Bhow
window with an artistic hand theso
relics of ono who was born, lived,
had a career and died appeal to tho
eye of tho living by way of instruc
tion, curiosity and entertainment
No fashionable garments from tlio
skilled baud of tho London tailor
proclaim this a gentleman. No foul
smelling rags call upon us to despiso
him. Ho noither patronizes nor
commands, ia neither a beggar nor a
borrower. Ho claima our passing
attention by neither dirt nor dia
monds. Ho noither articulates nor
Yet thoro isacortian fascination
in his very disorder. You find it dif
ficult to pass without counting up
his various particles, just to seo if
thoy nro all 'there, although you
know it could mako no possible dif
ference to oithor you or him. With
tho name want of reason you feel as
if you must object to tho arrange
ment of his ribs ono being in tho
wrong place but you aro restrained
by conventionality. And when you
jom tho great pushing throng still
on earth you wonder, mechanically,
whether tlio bones of any of those
who nro now joatlin you and
agninat whom you jostlo will over
Horve so useful n turn, and if so,
would tho present William streot
Htylo of wearing tho hat affect the
futurosituutionl Now York Herald.
Freitileiit mid Flower.
Railroad presidents and bank presi
dents all seem to havo an equal fond
noes for flowers, but somo nro en
ablod by circumstances to indulgo
that fondness to a larger extent than
othora. Samuel Sloan, for instance,
boa an extensive hothouso up tho
Hudson to draw upon, and tho dosk
of the prcaidont of tho Lackawanna
road is seldom without its two or
throo vaaea of fragrant flowers, both
wlutor and aummor. Jay Gould used
to havo flowers- Bont down from Irv
ington daily for his ofllco ns woll as
hia hotwo. In tho budding and bloom
ing months of early aummor Chaun
coy M. Depow always haa n profusion
of flowora about him. 0. P. Hunt
ington ia nnothor railroad mngnato
who ia very fond of flowors. Almost
invariably a bunch of bright hued
blossoms is placed on hia desk each
morning. Now York Times.
A Natural Curludly In Arlionn.
In tho extremo eastern odgo of Arl-
xona, somo 40 miles west by south of
thatrctuoto puoblo, Juni, N. M., there
is a most remarkablo natural phe
nomenon n groat, shallow salt lake
in a bowlliko depression, the sink it
self beiug tiouio hundreds of feet deep
and threo miles across. Tho oasin--all
that portion of it not taken up by
tlio lake is dazzling whito with mil
lions upon millions of salt crystals.
In tho center of tho lnko rises what
appears to bo a cotio kIiujhmI volcanic
peak. Should you take tho trouble
to ford tho lakonnd explore- this peak
a task neither dlsagrveablo nor dan
gerous you will find instead of a
crater of smoking, soothing mud a
miniature lake lu the middle of tho
peak clear as crystal and aa puro as
any spring water. St, Louis Repub
lic Too Much of HtittOr.
It was ono of tho Into Senator
Kouua'a ambitious to photograph a
deer on tho run. Finally ho hud bomo
boya to go into tho bushe) to start up
the deer, and ho had hia hand ou tho
bulb which governed tho camera,
ready to proa it when tho animal
should appear. Aa he heard it crash
ing through the brush, however, he
dropied the bulb aad picked up hb
gun. As the dtw sprang forth he
killed lt,-Chkago Herald,
Tourist I'd like a conveyance this
afWraooa at 4 o'clock.
LivwyHuut Yea, sir. Do you mean
a vehiole or a blank legal form for
tw ooMveyauce ec real estate! liar
ir.m wild Ms flillilr-m
The fact that the lotsl iwpu atlon
ef the United Btftte has fnllen below
the tPtinr wlltnuto of 61,000,000 Is
likely to cull attention to tlio fecundity
of American women. Not long ngo a
fiewsjMiper took a census of the children
In certain fashionable qtmrlers in New
York city tid brought to light the fact
that comparatively few children gladden
the spacious homes of Murray hill, and
that the birth rote there was alarmingly
low. Tho last stato census of Mwsachu
lotts brings out some interesting facts In
relation to the porcentnge of nmnied
women having no chlldrdn. Here is a
tablo compiled from tho Massachusetts
census showing tho pcrcentngo of natlvo
and of foreign born women having no
Tliestnte.,.. 20.18 13JTT
Kurmtoblo .$ 10.95 14.77
Bork-lilr 17.93 9.01
Bristol 19-01 "OS
Duke , 80.00 14.89
F,Mx 19.43 13.78
Franklin 1933 H
Hampden.,, Z0 -9
Hampshire 20.23 12.81
MldtHcaes , 19.93 13.53
Nantucket 17.28 27.03
Norfolk 17.63 11.67
Plymouth 18.68 13.28
Buffolk , 23.89 14.04
Worcester., 20.08 10.99
Hero wo find that one-fifth of tho mar
ried women of Massachusetts are child
less. It is said that in no country save
Franco can a similar condition of affairs
be fonnd. On tho other hend instead
of over 20 per cent., only 18.27 per cent
of tho foreign born women of Massachu
setts are'phildlesa. What is true of this
stato Is undoubtedly In a greater or less
degree true throughout the country.
The time has come when we must face
the fact that the Increase of population
by birth ia decreasing that the tendency
of the times among well to do Ameri
cans is to small famillos, and that one
fifth of our natlvo married women ore
childless. Chicago Tribune.
Milk an Antidote for n Don of Pepper.
A fact not generally known is that
milk Is a sovereign remedy of almost
instant efficacy in neutralizing the pain
ful burning sensation caused by an over
dose of cayenne. Ford.
Charles E. Pease
A Boy's Terrible Experience
Clvon Up by Physicians Con
slderod a Confirmed Cripple
"For tho benefit of other sufferers we
state tho enso of our boy, who was t&ken
with hip dlseaso flvu years ago, when throo
years old. The trouble began with sttffaess
and severe pain lu his knee, which suddenly
went to his hip. Tho doctor pronounced It
a genuine caso of hip disease, and said If he
lived he would
Always be a Crlppla
Imagine our feelings! Charllo was entirely '
helpless. When wo went to.lils bed to move)
or turn him for rest, ho would scream as
though wo were murdering him. After two
mouths, I happened to read of a similar
case cured by Hood's BarsaparUlo. We gave
It to our boy, and In July several places on
his hip gathered and broke. When ho had
taken a bottle and a half of the Sarsap&rllla
we saw that hU general
Health Was Improving.
Ills color was botter. Iu fact he was better
tn every way. The sores entirely healed up.
We got him crutches nnd ho walked with
them for noarlytvio years, ltagrewstronger,
and now for two years lias, had no sores,
and has not used a crutch for over a year.
Ho limps a llttlo but U In the best of health,
goes to school, runs and plays Just as lively
as any of tho boys ; he walks over half a mlla
to Sunday school and return every Sunday,"
Ibjlxo W. rcASK, Connersvllle. Indiana.
Hood's Pills ot easily, jet promptly
sad efflclenUy, oa tho Uvst aad twwel.
owNutricne irsuaafm wuf nr tettu.
l.uw. Dumiwistaix. rasvasri rmcrvaa
A QUICK CVS UiUCOKtHOCA WHITS
XALTPOa Mim.mu. Cu. IANCASTC. OHIO
Strayed or Stolen.
One big bay ce'dlng- with two white bind
feel. bo one dark blown gelding, with one
white hind fool.tweb, welshing abenl 1KO. A
liberal reward will be gtvea (or the return of
aametn U. W. TIIOMAH,
4l7dw A'ylutn Avenue, KlQ,Oreon.
The House Mover.
431 MhIh Street.
Mac the beet fceilltlee lor movtt and rale
la beucee. lAVe or4M at ury KrtM., or
adsreaa ttelem, Oria.
35X K!. H-A.ilIv,
Paper Hanger and Dtcorator.
tMBa ill Ck. OUsrtt MtHtesiT stars
APitlL as, 1MMI.
NEW MILLINERY STORE
lOtt atllle Qtrexst.
aim us a nitAj,
Ot'KKA JIOUflH MACK,
108 COU11T 8T,
Mrs. B, F. Harinegan,
T. .1. KKKS.S.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 20tli nnd Cbemeketa btreet.
Carpenters and Builders,
Bhop 63 Blflte street.
Went meat and free delivery,
136 State Street,
Of Standard Books By the Most Famous
A FEEE BOOK COUPON WORTH FIVE CENTS
GIVEN TO OUE BEAD BBS EACH SATURDAY.
g0 Head Directions ou Coupon Carefully.
A book coupon is printed in the Daily Journal every Saturday, which is
numbered differently every week. Bave 5 of tbtso coupons having different
numbers, and send tuem, witli 5 cents to pay postage, etc., to tne journal or
flce, and your curice of tbe following books will be sent you. It is best to make
1st, 2d and Hd choice, so in case we are out of tbe first we can send you tbe second
These books are tbe bt 26 cent book printed and tbat means a reat deal
these days of cheap books. Cull and see them, or seud your order by mail. We
know they will please you. Bv simply cutting out tbe coupon in each Satur
day's Journal and enclosing 6 ceutr. to pay postage and package we give you
each month free what would cost during the year from f 2.60 to (3.00, at any
oook store or news stand.
1 Called Rack.
2 Article Tii; by F. du BoUgobey.
5 Bad to Beat.
4 Maxtor of the Mine.
6 Love'8 Martyr.
6 Case of Reuben Malncbl.
7 A KiRht for a Fortune.
8 TbeMaapan A flair.
9 A Woman a Sacrifice.
11 A Bark Deed; A Tale of the Peasant's
12 A House I'a'ty.
13 The Qray and the Blue.
-11 The Detect ve s Eye, and Cecil's Fortune
15 A Hteel Necklace.
17 J CBS.
19 King Holoroon'g Mines.
20 Dark Dayn,
21 Death or Dishonor.
2a The One Thing Needful.
23 Tbe Evil Genlun.
24 Fedora; or. Tje Tragedy In the Hue de
25 I Ife or h er ry Ward Beecher.
28 Allan (Juai erma n.
27 Only u F rmer's Daughter.
28 A Commercial Trip.
29 WestoMbe Missouri,
30 Fastaud lxxe.
31 A Modern filrce.
82 A Puritan Lover.
Xi As In a Looking Qlnss.
31 For Her Dally fir. ad.
iS A L"Tky Young Woman,
Rfl T' e Duchess.
S7 A Cii amity Row.
.ts Dr.Jekylland Mr. Hyde.
39 Texar'8 Revenge; or, North against
40 A Baton fo- a Heart.
41 Marrlngfiaiid Dlv rce.
4d The Great Hesper.
44 A Prlnro nf I be Blood.
45 Jack nndTbreo Jills.
40 Moua's Choice.
47 Am-elma; or, In Spite of All.
12 Th"Htory of Antony Grace.
51 A Lite Interest.
W A Flurry In Diamonds.
64 Tbe rassenger from Scotland Yard.
65 Herr I'aului.
50 The Partners.
67 Th.i Wr ng Road.
68 King or Knave.
(W Napoleon and Marie Louise.
02 Old Blszar's Hero.
04 L T"ca
tl 2;?eH,8ter "f Hansom Cab.
07 Tho Heir of Llnne.
t8 By Mlsudventure.
09 1-ady HiitUn'K Ward.
70 Tracking the Truth.
71 Mr. Meeaon's Will
T Dr. Glennle'a Daughter.
74 Joe; A Remarkable Case.
75 Dan Ira
70 Living or Dead.
77 Val-rTi-ior .Halt a Truth.
78 A Mere Child.
79 Fairy Oolrt.
W Madam's Ward.
Si 3.?" ?,,orj" ofun Afr'osn Farm,
81 The Unpopular Public.
83 lit Dream (Le Revel.
84 The Rogue. '
8 .MUh llretberton.
88 A Dangerous Catapaw.
Hales, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
Jft hoel between 1'ortland and Ban
ftaaolseo. First-class In all iu appointments.
IU Ubles are served with the "".
Orown In the WlUamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
- -J. H. HAAS.
2ISXComu.rtlISL, . itlra,0r..
(NeU door to Klein's.)
TOM CENTRAL LINES.
tNrtfcf Pdc R. R. Co., l)
UTEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Dally.
H:Mpai'Jpu) . MiBD a
.t!T '"' l"l"B ' ."l"uu
"' ' - UulattuTi
ta,V J.TTS. Tk" iTXTf?. laruagh
TlckMft BAL4 imni fc.-. . -w . .
basaLHi.sV.. .it 7T .
U. tW a4 Tkt. A& &E1&' Di
Tile for Sale,
Brick and Tlte Yard,
Take It! .
Onlj2enUa day delivered at
JOHN C, MARTIN,
80BComineroll Street. BLAOKBSIlTilliNU. claw work; Cheuieketk atrcet
rrorapt delivery. State Btreet, -
Jack Diidlty's Wife.
A lam B-de.
'I'll" Quen's Token. N.
The Ladles' Gallery.
The Englishman ol the Rue Cain.
Is Marrlsge a Failure?
The Reproach of AUnesley.
Vere: Tbe Leading Lady.
The Girl from Malta.
Tho Ten 8 ot Shem.
A Crooked Path.
Could Augbt Atone.
The Golgotha of the Heart
Dr. VMlUur's Note Book.
Rhea; or, The Case of Dr. Piemen.
Mrs. Annie Green.
For L ve of Her.
Al au's Wife.
ita.dLtYan9arty:r Wedded and Wooed
I be Salvation Army.
Pyrrba; A story of Two Crimes.
The Dan vers Jewels.
Kvolutlnn of "Uodd."
1 poking Further Forward.
Who e Hand?
From Darkness to Light.
Eln Bllck in die Zukunit; German trans
lation ot Looking Further Forward."
Htorles or the Base Ball Field.'
A hollow o! Trinity,
'Ihree Men in Boat.
The Phantom 'Rickshaw.
The Mai rlage at iea.
i he Burmah Treasure.
The Marriage of Gabrlelle.
V7n.ce Winter's Choice.
The Light that Failed.
A Marrlhge for Love.
Wee Willie winkle,
An Ideal Fanatic,
An American Girl In London.
The Slaves of Folly'
My I adv Mcotlne.
ill1e,'pnjance of a Child.
A Little Rebel,
What's Bred In the Bone.
Hints for the Millions.
Diana of the Crosswajr.
AM a,ter of Skill.
A Heporter'i Romance.
the Treasure Tower.
A .Daughter othartb.
The Biaik Tulip.
Mr. and Mrs Bewrr
Farm for Sale or Tr.i
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A- M.
" 7:30 P. M
1 DAYS Tn
7 Hours OllirltPr in 5t P...I
23 Hours Quicker tn CMm'
40 Hours Ouickw to Omaha and
PULLMAN and TOURIST SLEEPERS
FREE RECLINIMG CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
wadoV., "'nu ""W8"1 call ob
J, L BKNNtfrr k SON,
jfrnlt ami Cigars,
f. O, Bloote,
R. T. HUM I'll KllYH,
Cljrars iiad Tobncco.
S'JXO Oom'l atreeit.
T. W, TH0RNBURG
w ucmoacis, ro-covern ana repmn
e ttnlmltttnrarl fitrnlhirn Dik.i
Itemodoli, ro-covern and rcnnln
Balem. Blate Insurance block.
East and South
THE -SHASTA ROUTE'
Southern Pacific! Company.
cAuroHKiA. sxrniss thain hun dailt
TWKKN roKTl.AND AND 8. F.
7.tx; p. m.
9:18 p. m.
8: IS a.m.
Lv. .Portland Ar.j 7:a. m
Lv. Balem tv. 5:2(1 a. m
Ar. Ban Fran. bv. 7:00 p. m
Above trains huiji only ul lollowiutc suuodi
north of. Itoseburg, East Portland Orgon City,
Woodburn, tjalcm, Albauf Tangent, 3hedda.
Halgey. Harr Isb urj,Juuctlonuity, Irving and
"" ' ' ROHKIWKOMAll. UA1V.Y.
8:J0 a. m. I Lv.
11:17 a. m I Lv.
6:50 p. m. I Ar.
Ar. j 4:.-o p. iu.
Lv. I 1:40 p. m.
Lv. 7:00 a. ra
Albany Local, Dully Except suuUuy,
6 00 p. in. I Lv.
7:52 p.m. ILv:
9:00 p. m. I Ar.
Ar. I lu-.Mu.uu
Lv. 1 7:34 a. m.
Lv. I :30 a. m.
Dining ars on Ogdcu Koutu
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPE11S
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
vVestSide Division, Between Portland
PAILY" (EXCEPT SUNDAY).
7:w a. in. L.V.
laiO p. m. Ar.
Ar. I h'.M p. IU.
Lv. I 12:58 p.m.
At Albany and ()rvallls connect wltn
trains of Oregon PhHAo Ralh-oafK
KXPKH.-.M I KAl.N lUAll.V K Afi-. Kf M U ?l
iM p. lu. I L.V.
7:25 p.m. I Ar.
km u. m
fiM1) a. m
To all points In tho Kartern Ktates, t'annda
and Europe can be obtained at lowebt rates
irom w. w. okinnkic, A cent, csuitm.
K.P. ROUEUS, Axst. U. f. uud -Ubb.A't
K. KOKHLKK, Manager.
The Yaqulna Route.
And Oregon Development company's steam,
bhlp line. .'225 miles Rtiorter, a) hours less
time inun ny any other route, First dabs
through passenger and freight line from
Portland and all joints In the Willamette
valley to and fromian KrancUoo.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Bnnday,)
LV Albany 1:00 p m
Ar Yaaulna..fj:n0 p m
Lv Corvallln. 10:b5 am
Lv Corvnllls 1:40 p m
Lv Yaquinu 0:4Sam
Ar Albany 11:10a m
O. A C trnlnn onnnprt. nt aiahv uni fVi.
The above trains connect at Yaqulna with
the Oregon Devel" pment Co.'s lino of bleam
ers between Yaqulna and Han Francisco
I.;;"-rassenttrs irom I'ortlnnd and ail
Willamette vallev nnlntucnn ti.nlieolnLn nnn.
nectlon with t he trains or tbe Yaqulna Itoute
at Albany or Oorvullls and U debtlutd to fan
Francisco, should arrange to an 1 ve ut Yaqulna
the evening before date of sailing.
Passenger and Fielght Uutes alwavs the
l??,?".1: or Information apply to Messrs
gUI'MAJI 4 Co., Freight and Ticket Agents
200 and 202 Front sreet, Portland. Or., or
O. O. ilOOUE, Ao't Uen'l Ft. & Pass. Agt.,
ur. racino K. K. Co . Corvallis, Or.
CH.HA8WJj.LL, Jr., Gen'l Freight and
Pass. Agt. Ore Development Co.,
iM Montgomery tit.
From Terminal or Interior Points lhe
Is the line to take
To all Points East and South.
.it.!jt?e5ln!n2 car rente. Itmns through
vestibule trains; every day in the year 10
ST. PADL AND CHICAGO
(No chanse nr ror i
Oompesed of dining cars unsurpasBed,
uuuu.u umwuiE room Bieepere
.Of latest equipment
acoommodatkM are both lree and tui
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
iinlT 37" tt"0 "a:ung wun an
'-77 ' - V "'THIIOHeBn uono-
SiroarL ",Lte Ua' ny "S60 ot
in PJn M1 nl tom all polnU
S,6m.e?'.EnUn1 nl Kiwope can be
- ' - vb6k UUItV Ul IUU WUi
rt2:ii?rormUoi,conc"lnjr rates, lime
SiSIS?16 nd other detalta furnished
oo apvUcatlea to my ueut or
A-t.t, A ".' ""ARL.TON,
&$!rVotne, W' Washlngtoa; Po.t-
BHAW A DOWNING. Aeevtt,
Mexican War Soldiers
Iwrease of Peisionslj
Unde, Aetet Jmar, s im , eautied
to Isertauc Apply to
Northern Pacific Railroad
HlLarrBteek, CU1 Atteraey,