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'HIE mm JODBNAL
(DAILY AMD WKKKLY.)
DV HOlfttW UMOTHWMb,
MONDAY, DUO. 2, 1803.
Aud turkoy was divided nt ton
thousand OrcRon Tboukflglvlng tabled.
Help a homo outsrprlso by attending
tho meeting nt tho opora bouoo to rulao
tho woolon mill subsidy.
Whoa It costs $1,400 for bringing tw
prisoners from Etsteru Oregon It 1b
pretty euro all tho hogB do not live at
Tho Orcgouluu's and Jo. Bimou's
"sound money" olncquo has ceased for
some reason. What shoot will they
mako next? Have a quarrel, perhaps,
Francis, Schlatter, tho heulor, Is now
stopping at Greenhorn, Colorado. Thai
Is whoro eorno of tho peoplo havo been
stopping at, who havo Lcon'buylng tho
Ilememburn dividend on J100 stock Is
Just as pure ao ouf 10,00 In tho Salem
woolen mills under tho management of
'Old Touti Kay." Let us show our
appreciation of au honest man by rais
ing that $25,000 stook.
When only nlno populists rally to a
Populist meeting in a Populist neigh
borhood, and threo or four of thorn nro
Populist agitators for revenue only, tho
caubo of reform cannot bo said to bo
popular along that Hue.
If Balom cannot raise tho $25,000
woolen mill subsidy there is no sonso
In talking about encouraging other
manufacturing enterprises to come
hero. This is not an experiment. Jt
has beon demonstrated.
Tho Balom woolon mills did n busi
ness of half n million In five years at
Salem. That business can bo doubled
tho next flvo years if our moneyed
men and those who can take from $100
stook upward will bo prcsont at tho
opera houso this evening and lend a
hand in a hearty sonorous fashion.
Another rotten commission has sub
mitted another rotten report to kill oil'
tho Nicaragua canal. When will the
American peoplo learn that setting up
commissions that tho corporations can
control Ib simply handing tholronemlbs
a club to knock In tho head whatever
Is of real Interest to tho masses of tho
IT. B. Nason, of Woodollfle, N. J.,
H. H, Wontworth, a railroad man at
Atchison, Kansas, aro now healing
people of tholr diseases just Uko Schlat
tor, tho Cathollo "Messiah," of Denver,
Col., and llko him thoy heal without
modlolne, money or price. What will
becomo of us If this thing keeps on
and wo won't oveu bo permitted as an
excuse to call for a dose of quinine at
the drugstore in tho usual fashion?
A POPULAR PEOPLE'S PAPER
tialurdny's JouiufAfj was probably
tho moil complete local uewapnpcr
evor published In Western Oroaon.
Thero was news of n personal character
about 072 citizens of Oregon. Probably
they and their families and thosoclotles
that wero mentioned In theso 'columns
wmild run tho number of persons Inter
eetcd In Hint Issue up to the thousands.
There wero ten columns of social and
women news of tho city; moro than
w Icons much ns over appeared In n
BaIohi paper of a rogular weekday
Issue. Thore was local news from 10
towns In Western Oregon, and 102
advertisements. Thero ww a now de
partment of gossip "Without Prtju
dice," ubout Oregon men and women.
Thero was. besides the usual local,
editorial, sporting and telegraph news
department. Tub Jouhnal was tho
first paper In Balom to employ a wo
man reporter, unu to publish dally the
social and women news of tho city.
A complete dress of new typo has
beon ordered forTuu Journal, and a
new press will bo put In, to print a
larger and better papor, aa soon as
times improve a little; but probably
within a few months, be tho tirnos
better or worse. Whatever Is dono will
bo dono within Tjik Journal's own
moans and earnings, and without go
ing Into debt or Incurring obligations
that will interfero with that thorough
Independence which the editors bollove
to bo essential to useful Journalism. Wo
havo worked hard for tho past six years
to build up for tho peoplo of Wcstorn
Oregon, at the capital of the stato, a
nowspapcr that shall not be under tho
thumb ot any corporation or capitalist,
nor tho moro organ fif auy party. The
editors of The Joubnal nro partisans,
but not for rovonuo, nor for tho
muchlno that seeks to domlnato every
party. Thoy aro partisans In the in
tercstu ot tho people, in tho senso that
ho serves his party host who Borves his
country best. Thoy are thorough bc
llovers In making war on all things
roprohenslblo within the party as tho
best means of keopiug tho party with
which thoy not sensitive to public de
mands, and In most perfect accord with
tho people. Wo Bollclt tho co-operation
and asslstauco of all good uud loyal
meu and women In building up a news
paper In Western Oregon that shall
romuln free and Independent from tho
control of any sect, faction, party or
elemont whatsoever, und having no
motto but Justice to tho largest number
for the welfare of our country,
Mk. liAiWAtt tut ton hivn,
Judge Burnstb Imposed tlio Penalty
on the Femalo Mnrdorer.
Saturday morning was tlio tltno not
for pronouncing eoiilouoo upon Mrs,
Minum O, Hnntinh, .In the district
court nt Albany, tilio wan convicted
law Wednesday of murder In tho sec
ond Tlegrco for killing Mrs, Lotllo
Hlfttl, nt Jordan, In Linn county, last
September, Judge liurnott convened
court nt 0 o'clock, and Mrs. Hannah
was soon nftor brought from tho Jail.
A motion for n new trial wus over
ruled, nud tholwntnan wus Heutonced
to Imprisonment for tho term of her
natural life. She appi:tred unmoved
whoti tho ssutonco was prououncod,
and presented the same solid counten
ance oho lias maintained throughout
the trial without sheddluxn tear, Tho
caso will go ta tho suprome court on appeal.
The .morning was dramatic lu tho
district court, with tho arraignment of
young Montgpmery for tho murder of
his father and mother and Mr. MoKer
obor, and the Impoilug of a life sen
tence, In the penitentiary on tho llrsl
,woman,Kover convicted of murder In
the Willamette valley,
Mrs. Hauunh is a yory Interesting
looking woman, of about -43 years o
age. Bho Is not unprepossessing In ap
pearance, although her faco bus a cold
relentless expression. Her eyes are
strangely restless, and she might bo
taken for a woman that would not
stop at obstacles in obtaining almost
anything she desired. She has several
children, two of thorn nearly grown.
Her cell lu the Albany Jail Is near tho
steel cago whero Montgomery Is con
fined, and she hoard tho screams last
In the Becoud ward thoy have do
dared for tho return of Thos. Holman,
and, this, too, In tho faco of tho oppo
sition of a would-bo and eawed-ofl Poo
Hah in city, county or stato politics.
Tho above slap at Dr. J. N. Smith Is
uncalled for, as Dr. Smith has within
h few years been chairman of tho Re
publican olty committee, a delegate to
tho Btato convention and dolegato to
tho national convention of Republican
o'ubB. lie Is a loyal, hard-working
Republican and tho effort to create dis
cord In Balom Republican rauks will
meet with little favor.
their pile still
como nt Balem
our capitalists aud
who expect to make
larger lu tho years to
to show their faith in
this olty by lending their preseuco and
helplui; out tho woolen mill subsidy nt
tho opora houso this evening.
Thousand dollar salaries nro u little
thing to somo peoplo, but It should be
remembered that live huudred dollars
goes as fur now us a thousand did ton
years ago, und tho number who are
making 11 vo huudred dollars a year
theso days Is very small.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victims of Lost Manhood should send at
onco iur a uouk
full inauly vigor
is easily, quickly
weakness can af
ford to Ignoro this
ttmolv ad viae.
Hook tolls how
full strength, do-
velopinont ana tone aro imparted to every
or Ui ixxiy. puut wuu ikwiiiyv
salod)r to any uutnou application.
ha body. Bent wit I
)frte to any wan ou up
IM1E MEDICAL 00., BUFFALO.N.Y.
Tho Olty Election.
Tho Republican primaries Saturday
wero without interest, aud tho offices
wero not sought for, excopt lu the
second ward, whero the preaout In
cumbent met with some apposition,
growing out of his determined courto
on tho city hull committee.
TUB I'WMAHY VOTH
for candidates stood us follews: First
ward E. S. Lamport, 42; R, R. Dun.
cau, 1. Second ward Thos. Holman,
77; J. Q. Wilson, 30; E. M. Laforo, 15.
Third ward Chas, Bimpeou, 04; Ira
Erb, 2. Fourth ward Fred A.Legg,45.
Four now memberb of Salem's "city
couuoll" was held today between the
hours of 10 a, m. and 4 p. m, Tho fol
lowing Judges and clerks wero named
by the council at 1U laat meeting:
First waxd-WUIIam Waldo, Win.
D. Claggett, John Gray, At No. 3's
Second ward Charles ClaRgett, Geo.
P. Lltohlleld, J. L Thompson, At
Basey's stable, old court houso.
Third ward-Wm. Manning, II. W.
Caroy, O. G, Vau Waguer, At the
Fourth ward-G. G. Guns, Wllev A.
Moore?, Earl Race. At the We&toott
Wednesday night whon ho was "at
'aokod1' with Insanity. She mado nl
manner of fun of him for being such a
baby. She would faca tho music, sho
Whon Mrs. Hannah was taken to
her cell after holng sentenced, Bherlfl
McFeron told hor to get ready tor tho
trip to tho penitentiary at Balom. Her
husband aud little girl soon joined hor
and she ate a hearty meat at noon,
preparatory to going to the depot to
tnko the train at I o'clock.
At tho depot a good sized nudlouoe
witnessed tho leave-takiug of tho
mother from her littlo girl, which was
most afleotlng. The woman throw hor
arms around tho littlo girl and em
braced and klesod her with every Indi
cation of a mother's tenderest love.
Thou tlio bade her husband good-bye
but did not eeem to bo so much
affected. She killed Mrs, Illutt, It Is
alleged, because of Jealousy for her
uusbaud. Entorlug tho car sho tel
with Bhorlfl MoFerou, who did not
bumllato hor by making her wear tho
customary handcuflj und shackles.
Sho did not say a word to uim, but
at with hor hands ovor her eyes look
ing out of tho window.
As the train ncarcd Salem, Attorney
Wyatt, ono of her counsel, who was on
the train, took the seat behind hor and
spoko to her, Her faco brightened up
and sho talked erruestly to him for a
great Cmre in Turnet
Running Ooron After
Typhoid Kovor, coot!
Honlth ittistorod by
El El 1'
Skill' tirn Ct
m ia, ossr vR&y 'flwW mr
Tito effects of serious lllnesi upon tlio
phynlenl nynUun nrc often inostdlsnstrotis,
Tlio (tlnstso frequently leaves Imptiro
germs In tlio blood which develop, sooner
or Inter, In soma (Ufdroenliig form. Tlio
true wny to avoid tliHe troubles Is to see
Hint tlio blood Is made pure, rich and free
from dlneitDO germs, when tlio pntleiit Is
recovering, by using Hood's BnrsnpnrllU.
"In December, 18SH, I wns stricken
down with typhoid piietiinotiln. My cane
wns truly n very crlllenl one. Indeed, 00
dnya eluptiod, wlictt It fettled hi my rijrht
slue and lirenit. Hiinnllipr nores dis
charged very profusely. Through long
Bttfforhig I been mo ery inuch re
duced In fleli, while my IiiuhN mid limbs
wero very much swollen. Jt was a hard
Struggle Tor Llfo,
and after pimliii; undir the rare of cloven
different doctors I cuieludcd tlint I could
not (rot well, hut decided to take some
thing to stimulate my Hystcm. I accord
hiBly gotnbottloof Hood's Hnrsnpnrlllt.
and comtnunced to yithomcrcllof from It.
That was a yonr nftor my trouble broke
out. I continued to tio tho medicine,
and after taking six bottles I nm well nnc
hearty." J. O. BltowlNO, Turner, Ore
Is tho Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently In tho public eye. ?1; (IforfS
MMBTIMM Knit llH,lgm-Ari(l tiltlns
Jlrnlttitr m,rritmfiw iifwruoon nl l
dren wlmafpnllllpitdiiffl lutlted to attend
lllS hPM'I'Iff flWK,
ilnillriim nt J'nthef
II llMTil AH MUX r.-IU inf iiitior totsiid yoiij
f'htacr bo t.
i imfkNviliirlJIiH'lmMltMlia lockwood
111.1M in. ittn titiih h tf f4.
"'" " """ " .1 ml if.
omit.. i-,i.,M.kit -wintBir-h
rs ., in a ,ni (.iiidlilnii .lull Hie III
inrbtiiiiM lioinnorMii(!ei)tlfiirnln-j Ui uie
ihetjrpswrltor, Juqul c nl VM conimeroliil
IAIHI-IDn'l allow your flic to be.eov
J krrd wild urny liiilrn when you ran have
irm niiomd to Hor nnmriti color in mi
hours. Otll Wedno dynnd cK'KS an luui
lor imvh R.rurenllliiinrranirfu frThiuiii
1vIiir roeial rvonm. A l i:.klnr,moin II,
1 1 'i or lady to iiiBDHKe til
up HHintilva, ipcelHlpi,i do
lend Bjlvan Co.. Z72 Nom1
III an ii1i A inn
trt runntifllf.i. H
wnru, neiroii, jmcingnn, iudvuui iur MniiMtn
wmn to, tfCHitnoiiintoner. ll-M-lm
riiu 'IllUif.-o illicit well Improved land
JL Penr phorldnti, lor a small tract nenr
Sllein. lnqulro ot J. 11. Campbell, 381 Com.
n.ctclal MreM.Hn em. a7--lt
HOUSH VOH HALIS. House of 8 room, hard
nulnli, nil u try, closeu, barn aud good
well water. 7o0. Third itreol, between bivls
Ion nud Shipping. Knqulro nt 81 Winter
8ireo for n few days only. ll-Z7-3t
short tlmo about tho .chances of the
suprome court reversing the verdlot of
tho lower court. At about this tlmo
tho penitentiary camo in vlow from
the car window. Tho great red walls
of that Institution woro plainly in evi
dence and Mrs.Hannah,as sho realized
her position looked very sorious for a
moment, Then, howoyer, sho was ns
lmperturablo us ever. When the train
reached Balem she was escorted quietly
to a cab and conveyed to tho prison.
Bherlfl McFeron said he has not beon so
thaukful In his life as to know that ho
wns about to get rid of his femuie
prisoner, who he said gavo more an
noyance than all the rest of hit
T 1 KJHUEH.WewipnperAaverUklntr Aont
U, 21 Merchant' Kxchnnijo. Ban Kmnolico
f our authorized agent. ThU paper 1 kopt
on ninln hlaomcd.
LOAN. J. Marsh.
1 loo in 3
1YJ I'ohI Offlco block-.
C l AUUyu an Improved 6-ncro trccl throe
(BUyU tnllcaaouthol town. Branll house
Jnd barn. Mear good school, lnqulro ol
HiitRgrnf, over HtaUximan. JWVJT
Kt.UA UUK11MAN Typowriune and
commercial stenography, omco, room
Tho beat of work done at rea
COLLEGE OP MOSIC
of the Wiliamefle Oniuersity.
-UNDER NEW MANAGEMliNTu
" Mrxlorn iiiethods.
None hut I ho best is goo
tittiili tt Iiarlnnf4 tia m am f.t ftta& .t.. '!
. viiuiifii iHiiMii,in rj ni.ii in iiimio HUVn
nnmnnn 111 mid riiHturii nnn JGlirohrnn iv..
r nu well hh Mr more nuv ctsd imii ii.WT,rti
lb A. Jl KltlTAdft. VooV I ifreclor
KMlUli. WlMKLtilMnslrumSnui i,i .
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-JBXCEI.SIOR - STABLE
B. C HANSEN, MANAGER,
Only ood horsos usod. Satisfaction guaranteed,
bank of Slrtto Tnsurnnco block.
J, C. GOODALE,
STREET, NEAR DEPOT
All grades and dimensions of Buldlng Lumbor. Largest Btock and Trf,u.M.
. J. TO. WAKKlt Mm,M W
tAl'Klia-i'ortJand. Sacramento, oca tile
TaoomaanO Ban KrancUcopaponon aalo
. itopra i-oonion diook.
Christmas Is Coming.
Bo Is Brown's Fountain Washer, liny out
for your washwoman aa a praient.
Don't lot her rub her llloowy, nnd join
Trials and instructions free, licavo orden
atoUlce, lMHUtOHtrcet. 11-21-dAw tl
"Tho Common People,"
As Abraham Lincoln culled them, do
not caro to arguo ubout their ailments.
What thoy waut is a medicine that
will euro them. The simple, honest
statement, "I know that Uood't,
Barsaparllla cured me," Is tho best
argument in fuvor of tho medlciuo.and
this Is what many thousands yolun.
Hood's Pills aro tho best after-dinner
pill, nsslst digestion, cure heud
$loo Reward $ioo
The readers of this paperwill be pleased
learn that there Is ot least one dreaded
dlseaso that science lias been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catajrh, Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known
to the medical frarernlty. Catarrh being
constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken Internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surface of the
disease, and giving tho patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars lor any
cose that It falls to cure. Send for list of
Address, F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Or.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
TrrmmoUa general banking busmoea.
RED FRONT LIVERY
AND OTACJiS U.NB1. '
Itcd Kro-t Livery and Hoarding tilaiiiu.
Klrtclnnln every rrapeci. l'rleci reasonable.
II. 11, wkstacott, proprietor.
Jit DAILY BTAQH LINES.
Kollowlni; atagra arrive und depart daily,
HllvcrUin stngonmvftint 10 a. m., leave at
1:1ft p.m. Kare 75 cents.
D'i'laH ilogt, arrivosat 10 a. m.,leavoint1
, Indepondonca stage Jarrlves nt 10;30 a. m.,
leaves at 2 p. ni, lu-ia
The WIL'anKWe Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL OK THE CITY.
Reduced rates. Munagoment liberal. Electrlo cara Icavo hoietTorall rl
tic nulldlugs and polnts.of interest. Hpeclal rntoa .will ho glvon to purniM jt
A, I. WAGNER,
Great Ti-iEBUFFEr car koute- "
NgTAiSYThe Shortest and Quickest Line
Pacific Coast Points,
St. Paul and the East.
Chuhh butL ;'0.ioadcsnua tho llockr UounUlns In daylight,' alloralne pwneazeri thi
opponuultyof vlowlnullho, . , .t
Grandest Scenery in America!
VTwo trains dally from I'nrtlnud; ono at 11 a. in. via Seattle, and ono at 8:15 p. on. via 0.R
AN. and Spokane. Hunt superb equipment, con lstlnit ortilnlnj; cars, bullet library can
palace and upholitere J tourist sloiplUK oars Tho butlol library aiM nro marvels of ff-rane
and comfort, centntnlJi: Oath roo-n, barber shop, cany chairs, oto. The mneniriceotlvrta
to msblpi "NorthMT-Mt" und "Northland," leave IJululh every Monday ana KrlJiy lorthr
'tioo," Macklnao l.lnud. Dttmlt, uiovelend and UtUI'ilo In connection with IheUreU Mortu
em Italhvav. H ivorur tickets real via IhnNOItTHtiltN hTKaihiiii' uimanv unit n.
JoyadellKhtlulrldufroelroin the heutuuadust. For tickets or Kouorul InOrinatlou call on
H.JO. BTEVENH, O W. V. A.
012 Front it., tJoattle, Waih.
210 COMMERCIAL STREET,
A, U. C. DK .NIMl'ON. O I'.ti i.k
m Third H., I'ortliaJ.Of
like flowers, fade
and wither with time;
the bloom of the rose
is only known to the
Ilea I thy woman's
cheeks. The tierv.
ous strniu caused by
the ailments and
pains peculiar to the
sex, nud the labor
nud worry of rearing
a family, can often
be traced by the lines In the woman's face.
Dull eye, the sallow or wrinkled face aud
those "feelings of weakness" have their
rise in the derangements aud irregularities
peculiar to women. The functional de
raiiKeiuents, painful disorders, and chronic
weaknesses of women, can be cured with
Dr. Tierce's l'avorite Prescription. 1'or the
young girl just entering womanhood, for
the mother and those about to become
mothers, and later hi "the change of life,"
the "Prescription" Is just what they need;
it aids nature in preparing the system for
the change. It's a medicine prescribed for
thirty years, in the diseases of women, by
Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting nlivsician
to the Invalids' Hotel aud Surgical Iusti-
Is n Bymptom of dlseaso of tho Kid
npye. It will certainly bo relieved by
Parka Bure Curo. That headache,
backacho and tired feeling como from
the same cause. Ask for Parks' Buro
Curo for tho liver and kidueyu price
1 'OU, sold bv Lunn & Brooks. 10-4w
mllca of railroad In
rails used to
Thore aro 177755
tho United States.
Thero aro 00,835,880
cover tms ground.
Thoro are 633,205,000 tics used to bind
tbeee rails together, but no such
amount, however, Is required to bind
the hearts of the traveling publlo to the
fact that tho Wisconsin Central Hues
furnish superior facilities on all their
trains between St. Paul and Chicago
which form close connection with all
lines to the cast and south.
Make a note of It.
Miss Balk's Sclioo
1 1 Will receive children irom 3 years upwards.
Hpeclal i.tteutlou to beginners. Alldeolred
'tranches for tho o'dor nanlls tHm-hi. Inrln.l
ing drawing, modeling, muilo. plain ana
uruauuiict'uie worn. Aiiwort aone on
Individual p'nn. In which each child Is
vancpa according to lu owa capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Miss O. IJallou,
a nnuutiiu nuu trfUOlMUiieut sin.
Dr. Parviu, uirector ana teacher of
piano, Italian singing harmony and
olass teaching. Assisted byMlss Auna
lvreos, teacner or piano, organ, guitar,
violin aud zither. Mrs. J. R. Sharp,
teacher of piauo, organ and slngiug.
Muslo rooms at tho residence or J. R.
Sharp, Salem. Leavo orders at tho
Allon'o or Wills' muslo store.
Parlors Ovor Gray Bros.
7, C. GRIFFITH,
Olllce: Ooruer Court nnd Commercial t.
apiutrs. All work guaraniQed. Prices low
oj thrt lowest u.Utr
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
n , T. K. FORD,
Over Bush's Bank.
ttl.M A lt.n(.ln XT XT Tic Dl.M.1. 1TA..n...
.HIV)!!. UHltUIV. ,1 , Wt. 1 iVC D i'aVUUIC
Prescription will cure the chronic inflamma
tion of the lining membranes which cause
such exhausting drains upon the system.
It cures nervous prostration, sleeplessness,
fainttiess, nervous debility and all disorders
arising from derangement of the female
organs and functions.
Mrs. Jennik Williams, of Makawk, taut Co.,
Oregon, writes t "I g
was sick lor over ll xe
years with bliud diisy
spelts, palpltatlou of
the heart, pain lu the
back aud head, aud
at times would have
such a weak tired feel,
lug when I first got
up lu the tuornlug,
and at times nervous
, The physicians dif
fered as to what my
disease was, but none
of them did uie auy
good. As soon as I
commenced takiug Dr.
nerce's Favorite Pre- a ?J
get better t could sleep Willi axis.
welt iilghts, pud that bad. nenous feeling aud the
Plu la my back soon left me. inn Iil .,..r.
I at miles without getting tired, I took lu all three
I botUes of ' Prescription and tWo OP UUcovery
When Uaby was tick, wo gave hr Castorla.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
Whoa sho becomo Miss, sho clung to Castorla,
When alio hid Children, do gavo them Castor!,
Glvn by a rjuallfled teacher, 1 native
of Germany. Classes for children on
Halttrdays at Chinning Hill.
Uy Mrs. Kapsev. l Marlon Bt,
s BANJO LESSONS.
Given on reasonable tortus by an experienced
teacher. W". A. ItA&sEY,
451 jMarion st,
E. M. WAIT E PRINTING CO,,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank, Publishers,
Bush's New UrlcK.over thebunk.Com'l street
SALEM WATER CO.
": Office: Willamette Hotel Bulldin'.
t water scrvlca apply at otllce. JJUU iuj.
Boleruoulhly in advance. AlukeJ au com
plnluUuttbooirico. Upon silckrt to provont freezlnr, poslUveiT
proulblted. Cara should ho taken If in dsn(tr
or freezIhgT to have stop anil waste gale closjd,
rieo secllou S rules nnd reiulHl'ou. JUelc
tlon m hills will beullowod ljr nbteace or for
any cause wnalover unless water UcutoH
JT. J. ITAllKINU,
fihopatino UhoinoktH street, ntar Cum.
morolHl, opocial attention to Interfering au4
liorsfw wllli dUbucod lout.
East and South
HUE WING SANG CO.
Japanese tauoy Goods, all kinds ot silk em
'nol,.er: """"pent. Chlnawear, best teaa ol
all kind. Jlattlnss nnd underwear. Every.
uiVelr,,Dlr verv cncaP- 1,a Uoft street.
ulem,Or 10 28-Juj
.Sf?l,,'iSl.,.e? ?nd ?f"oked Moats nnd! 8au.
ir,iIie,'?lsorftormeaU,n b"t shapi.
Keptlaan Alloeoueat, eastern style. Free
dellverv. Hniltll l!nmmnil.l .VL.t'' """'
UIIAH Will.' imn
THE orlASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Comoanv.
OA.LtrOr.WIA EXPltEW TRAIH 30N BAtlK
fijtt) p. ta,
110 p. ni.
TWKHW roBTlAWD AND H. K.
Fifty coma n gallon at McCall Bros.,
100 Court street.
Lost. A cream colored cashmere
baby's cloak, ou Stato street or south
Commercial street. Finder will greatly
oblige owner by leaving atJouiiNAL
oftlce. 1180 21
For ludlsestlon, llverljaud hldueys.
Lunu & Brooks drug storo. if
I Children Cry for
I Pitchej" Castori,
1100.00 for every 910 Invented can be made by
our new Systomatlo Wan or Bpeculatlon,
110 00 and wore made dally cnirrallltve
menu, by many persons who live away fto
All wo siik Is to Investigate our new and or
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highest references furnlhed. Our Booklet
"l'olnu aud Hints," how to make money
even when on tho wrong side ofoi the market
and othr Information sent KltKR.
UIUMOBK A IX)., IUnkera and Urokers.
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MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special rates
321 Commercial su (Cottle block. I
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11:00 a. in
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naaEJiuuauAli. UAH.Y, . .
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Iiulug urs ou Ogrion Kouto
PDLLMAN BDFM SLBBPBRS
Second Class Slueoin Cars'
Atloohod to all through tralnc.
FREE TO ALL WOMEN
I have a very simple home treatment which
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periods, leucorrhoca, displacemenu, or
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any tuflerlnc woman. Address Mrs. J, V. U
Box 96, Tallman Unit Co., Ore, 1 1-26-1. m
iVcstSiile DirisioD, Between
IIAIX.Y'- 1X0KPT SUNDAY).
At Albany and OorvaUU oonneet w
trains of Uregon Central Kastorn llaliroso.
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