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m CAfflAL JOURNAL
(J)AlLY AND WKKKLY.)
THURSDAY, DEO. 19, J8D5.
i'lCHltlPDl (Jlevolnnil 1 BecnUry
O.ucy have inudo n very irug oo
Iiu hIiowb that mo iwiif" -""
Iticd tliu BolioiuburgK line wua run
l?tiAS moved the ftuutler ot uruiBii
3..I-II frtliur nmt furtlior" 10 tuo
westward of tbe Hue proposed by Lord
AlK-rduen Hi 1844. Tlio secretary tueu
,' Miaimnrlzes the Bltuatlou Ht tlio belu
, liliifc of tbla year oh follews:
KirBt-Tlie title to territory of Indefl
' nlto but confessedly very largo extern
' ia iu dlaputo between Groat Brllulu
1 and Ve.HJ.uomu. .... ,,
"Second Tbo dlaparlty of utrengtb
of tbo purtlea lb uch tbut Venezuela
cun hope to establish her claim only
tbrounu peaceful inetlindH.
"The controvtwy bus existed for Hair
h century, despiio Vt'iiiZJolii'u vftoxta
' to establish boundary.
"1'iiircl Venezuela hue, for a quar-
ter of u century striven .for urbltrulloi
'Kutirlli-C.reut Jirltulu bun coiilln
uously refueed, except upon the re
uunclatlon In ber favor i.f a large pan
of Venezuela's clnliim.
"rtlxlb Tbe Uulted States had madi
It clear to Great Britain uud the world
by frvqUBtit lulcrponltlua of bijou
olllces, uiut tbe cnulroverey la one ii
wblch Its honor uiul Interests nro lo
volved, and tbo eontluusuco of which
It canuot regard with Indlllerenco."
J Thin Btntua, ttiu eecreiary aaya, com
pelu IhoHo charged with tho imprests ol
the Uulted Btalea to dccldo to whai
extent, ir any, the Uulted States iuuj
and should lutervono In a conlroVeny
between aud primarily cuiicornlutroul
Urout Urllalu and Vontzuepi, aud to
ilecldn how far It in bound to eo thai
the Integrity of Venezuela territory h
not impairud by tho pretentious of Us
Tho controvory over tho Venezuela
boundary Una la not any longer ni
aflalr or tho little ticuih Amcrlcai
republic. It la an international afTuli
that Involves tho application of tin
Monroe dootriuo aud tho Integrity ol
Amerlcau territory as ngalnat tin
grasping cotonlal extension system ol
Venezuela Is ropublio modelleo
after tho United States.
It has a territory ubout live times tin
alza ot Oregon, nearly three mllllot
people, who epeale the Spuuleli laugu
ago nud have tho Catholic religion bu
tolerate all others. Veuzuola 1h tin
richest region for mining, agriculture
and Block raining on tho north coast ol
Tho Uulted Btatca sonato and con
gress have promptly uphold President
Ulovcland nud hla cabinet In tho atrony
poeltlon thoy havo taken, There ro
mains nothing for England to do bu
baok down as gracefully as posdlblo, fui
back down sho must. The Amorioai
peoplo havo endured British aggresaion
too long uud as Goyoruor Lord wen
eaya, It Is tlmo tho Monroe dootrlui
was lived up to or forover Bet aside. It
tho Monroe doctrluo Is a vital prluolph
of this ropublio let us seo to it that tin
fact la Impressed on tho monarchies ol
tbo old world In no uncertain way.
Threo caetp, thoao of Thomas J.
Rusk, of Texas,, who died on July 20
1860; Audrow P. Butler, of South Car
olina, who dltd May LT, 1857, nud
James Bell, of Now Hampshire, win
died May 20, 1857, cost tho gnvornmout
but $4 60 cents each. Thin In tin
smallest amount charged to tht
account of tho death of senators. Tht
largest amount expended in any ont
caro on thin account was on tho occu
eton of tho death of George Hearst, ol
California. Tho Items in that cose
whon colleoled aud footed up, show an
aggregate of $21,322.65. Tho record
of the sonato show no expoudlluro bj
thoofllcoof tho secretary for the fun
eral of tho late Senator Leland Stan
ford, of Callfoula. Anioug tho curlou
thlugs which appear from the record
of these funeral expenses, la that the
(ilflereucu In tbo coat does not appear
to be governed by tho distance of the
homo of tho deceased souator from the
capital. Tho cost of tho senatorial
fuueruls seem to vary for no reason
whatever. Hero are a few llgurcs ti
illustrato tho variations In coat, with
out regard to tho distance of tho sen
aton' homo from Washington;
1840 Alexandor Barrow. La $701 05
1817 Isaac Pouuybaokor.Va 772 80
1850-JobuU Calhoun, HO 3.1(H) 47
1852-Henry Clav, Ky 6.44H 02
1858-Joshuu O. Evans, S. V. 0C0 W
1608 -James Henderson, Tex. 641 45
1674-Uhar'ea Summer Mass- 4,687 00
1870-Geo S Houstou, Ala. 1,004 07
1680-Johu V Miller, Oal. 8,632 84
18UI-Ueo Hearst. Cal- 21 31 65
1801 Preston 11 Plumb, Kan. 8 082 76
1803-Jouu 13 Keuna, W V 3,02 75
181)4 -A fred II Colquitt. Ga- 2 852 08
1804-Zttbulon BVanco, N U-. 4,438 00
Wo surmise that Governor Fletcher
is trouuieu lu ma soul about tho up-
Itcarauco of another man's mouitaoho.
Rest your bouI easy, Governor. The
other mau will never remove It, Ile'd
too much resemble Flotcher of the Post
aud Flatr of tho Democrat that was.
Children Cry for
TBI! MONROE DOCTRINE.;
Speech of Hon. Shelby M. Oullom, of
Illinois, in tbe U. 8. Senate.
Uongresslonal Accord, Dec 10)
Mr. President, I desire to call atten
tion to one of tho striking facta of tho
situation which confrouto the Uulted
Stales. Probably very few of us havo
given c.aeful niteutlon to the vast ex
tent of the European dominion upon
thla hemUpbi'ro. Wo may havo casu
ally understood, us a fact of Bomo sig
nificance, that tho nrea of the Uulted
States, including Alaska, approximates
3,000,000 aqjaro tnilej, but. havo we at
tho enmo time understood that tho
Domluloti of Canada contains a total
nra or auout a,iw,wv square miieav
Now, If we add to tbla the urea of
British Guiana, British Honduras,
and the llrltlsh West India Islands,
130,000 pquuro miles more, it will give n
total of 3,630,000 square miles ol terri
tory over which the British flag floats
upon this homishcre. If we had not
purchased Alaska a few years ago, aud
added thereby a hair million Fquare
mllert to our dumalu, we should now
fall mauy thousands of rquare miles
short of ihu British Possessions in
It would bo useless for mo to attempt
to d nail to you tho thousand w.iys In
which this clone proximity of ao vast
iiu area of Uritlsh territory uiTectu oui
uatlonal well-bulng. Our entire north,
eru boundury from Pugot Sou 2d
to the Gulf of St. Lawrence
bean tho iuslgna of the British
lion, uud over tho hundred
of Island which cjinposo the West
Indian Archipelago thn British Ibg le
llyiug. Not a sail of American coin
iiKrcecntera tho Gulf of Mexico ex
cept by tlio tacit consent of foreign
powers. With our 05,000,000 people,
ud their vigorlous self-asserllon, there
nas bceti no daug-r thut such eouneui
ivould bo wlltitield, Any foreign
diubargo upon ourfreo npptoch to the
.Mexlcau Gulf would bo a blow which
would recoil with deadly aud terrific
force upon those who attempted It.
Its recoil would not slop with the
ouked assertion of tho Monroe dootrlne,
out an American polloy would develop
into un Imperial but honorable com
maud of American affaire.
Look at the map. Between Canada
and the Uulted States thero oxlet? but
iii Imaginary boundary Hue, over
which n mere step tuliea us In n
moment fjoni n republic into a raon
archy. Between the Bahama Inlands
uud tho Btuto of Florida a tall of only
four or five hours covers tho distance.
Ouo ciu almost fieo the British flug
from Southern Florida. It flouts over
a number of emullor Islands aud coral
roofs uud koys a few miles away from
Key West. A cordon of Islands under
foreign coutrol swings nil tho way
round from a point 60 or 00 miles ofl
Florida noarly to British Guiana,
oa tho South Amerlcau coast.
But I started to present tho etrlkl ng
faut thut a great forelgu power already
possesses, at our yory corners, a terri
torial urea nearly eqjal to ours. No
mutter whether that power is warliko
or peaceful, It Is here. Its presence Is
tu actual fact, and our experience with
u In tho past has boon, that so long as
wo could command peace wo could
nave poaco. So long as wo were able
to protect our own Interests, commer
cial and political, against adverse
domination, bo long thoao Interests
would couttnuo and prosper.
All our diplomatic Intercourse with
cho government of Great Britain dur
lug tho years In which ws havo bcon
at poaco boa uecesairlly been character
ized by couhtant watchfulness upon
our part. At no tlmo could wo pormlt
looso or uineaulng luuguago lu our
diplomatic correspondence lest It
should bo taken advantago of. And
for a good mauy years tho nations of
tho world havo bcon chary about
leaving any unoccupied torrltory, or
auy Bcatterlug islands, unprotected
over night, for fear tbe morning would
ll ml them under tbo paw of the British
lion. Tho United States does not covet
what poiwesjlous England may
uavo, aud wo have no dealre
to establish a protectorate over
others, but wo are bound to Insist that
(he statua quo of 1823 shall be bold
inviolate lu bo far as tho territorial
limits of European eatablbbmonts on
this side of the Atlauilo ato coucerned.
Tula goverumeut baa already Indi
cated that the control of Cuba by auy
other European power than Spain
would bo regarded as Inimical to our
own welfare, aud that the only alter
uttlvo to which Americana would
consent would be tho abiorptlou of
Cuba by tho Uulted States. This pol
toy regardlug Cuba la probably well
understood by the world, and It Is in
fact, uothluu more than a reiteration
rvNCO MORQ In harmony
v with tho world, 20OO
completely cured nieu nro
ue. bsppy pralaes ror
trio Breatvst, arena
est and most sue
cetuful cure for sex
ual weakness and
lost vigor known to
medical science An
account o( thlsuxm
ritrul (liMortrv. la
ixKifc inruiiwim rei-
will bo sent
(sealed) irtc "ull muir vittor
porumuuntly restored. JPniluro tmiioaslblo.
lllllllu !M v slusi
il 1 H 1 JcCSoSisr
11 ji NKvrkv
of tho Monroe doctrine, as applied .to
conditions but slightly modified. Tho
policy of tbo United Statea regarding
Russian tdrrltjry In Amerioa, as has
boeu ahowu, wna determined many
many yeara ago, uud that
another expression of tho Monroe
doctrine m adapted to the then exlt
J low much more important and alg
nitlcaut t- tne United States ttian In
nuy of the exigencies in, ted where tho
Monroe doctrine or its equivalent lias
beeu asaerled by our statesmen Is tho
existing und now present ojuditlou lu
which our former rlvul competes with
us fur tho control of Nirtli America ?
I r . ,
by this to oiy that
British rivalry for territorial control of
America baa again reaobed tins physio
allyagrfresslro stage, n.ir to siy that
buoIi rivalry will ever lead to tho
flii.il arbitrament of tho strongest bat
talion or the heaviest armament; but I
want tu show to tbe senato and to tho
country what the map of tho
world presents before us, aud to
mako apparent tho magnltudo of tbe
English dominion around and about
us. This greut area of British territory
may or may not bo a mpnace to our
country. As Ib sometimes said, that
depends. One thing, howoyer, la man
ifest that the Uulted Statia must look
ufter the United States. Wo nre old
enough and strong enough to stand
alone and to hold our ground amongst
tho nations of tho earth,
WHY PRIOEJ ARE LOW.
Defenders of existing systems, gold
ptumiurd and all, can ilod no reason
for tho disastrously low prices of tho
present except "over-production;"
knock these words out of the dictionary
uud It would strike the defenders dumb,
lint that over prodctiou Is not tho
cautw of low prices Is proven by ovnn a
juperflciul examination ot market re
porta for u fbW yeurs. Ou November
16, 1805, the top prlco for steors In
Chicago wus U 00; In 1805 tho top
prlco was JU.45; jet the receipts of
cattle for the year up to that dato lu
lbOG wore 850,000 less than iu 1801. In
1893 the top price for steers ou Novem
ber 16 was $0, yet tho receipts for that
year up to dato named was 626,000
greater than In 1805; surely, thero Is
no "over-production" manifest lu the
cattle market. Hogs Miow a Blight
iucroaso of receipts, over 1801, but uro
much smaller than in 1801 or 1803,
whon prices were higher than now.
Iu 180( tho Chicago top prico for
heavy hogs was $3.00; lu 1805 at tho
uamo dato the prico wua $3 85. No ouo
has a reputation thut be cares for dares
to assert that the prerteut low prices of
grain are duo to "over-production,' for
ho would nt ouco bo confounded by tho
flgurts that would prove him to bo n
loug way from a truth-telling saint.
In fact, thero aro but two reasons for
tho low prices of farm products, tho
hign valuo now attained byour blessed
gold dollur,aud tho Inability of myriads
of our peoplo to consume of them as
much as they would like, and tho last
reason la the legltlmato parent of the
first' Farm, Slock and Home, Minne
Tho mllllon-belresscs 'who have
married titled foreigners wero probably
so homely or so dull-witted thut no
ono could bo hud for them iu our
country, Thoy or their mamas must
have husbands. As tbo domestio article
could not bo bad, and no coachman
would sacrifice himself; husband hunt
ing bad to bo conducted abroad whore
marrying la more a matter of business
and less a matter of sentiment. Ability
to Inherit millions is uot really a dis
advantage In maklug a match, If tho
mlllloubelresa bo handsome and
bright. But lovo la not n doukey that
can bo hitched to auy cart, though It
bo solid gold.
After laying forgotten In u garret for
over 31 years, the old Iron bana-cutfs
which wero worn by John Drown
during bis confinement iu tbo armory
at Harper's ferry.were recontly brought
to light In lleutou, Michigan, by Dan
iel Lltzer, a former resident of Harper's
ferry. Thoy cimo Into Mr. Lltzer'u
possession through his half-brother,
Asa Maysteller, who had ohargo of tho
armory whllo John Brown was held to
await tho arrival of tho shorUl. Hard
ware, The Oregoulau Is trying to set up
tbe dummy of a freo silver organization
within the Republlcau party. With
such a straw mau to pummel, its pur
pose would bo td achlevo, not a viotory
for any principle, but to fabtou upon
the party "sound mouey Jo Blmon,"
uud the old Vortlaud corporation ring,
tho gamo Is to them,
Bpaiu has beeu compelled to borrow
J 120,000,000 lu Eunlaud, tbo mouoy to
bo used to crush the uallvttt who are
opposed tu longer pay taxes to a forelgu
and despotic government.
T. L. Bohuermler contributed 52500
to tbe Immigration fund In 81," Paul.
Minnesota U after moro people as well
as the Dakota9,
Children Cry for
More Salem Failures.
The grinding, crusbln force of hard
tlruee Is driving business ,mon to the
wall. It Is not romarkable that there
are Salem failurea. Manv Hues of busi-
uc3j nro overdone. Business men are
carrying liumlretlitfif worthy fumllus
lu Salem who are unable to earn a
dollar. The credit system accumulates
ou their books t'lom-uirii of dollarj of
accounts, whllet tbo wholesalers ket-p
drawing through the bunks for the.r
Thou thero Is tbe dcadbeat element
iu the community. Tlio business
man has to carry that. Tlien there 1
the constant accumulation of dead
atook. That baukrupta mauy a man
who la othorwlso careful aud successful.
For lustauces a bualuo.-e man sella $10,
000 of wares a year. Ilia prollta ure,
we will say, $3.0) net. Out of tilts his
family must live for my $1,000. He
has $2,000 lefr. But ho hai accumulated
$1,000 of old Htook and $1,000 of account.
If bo la nnyluir Interest. nt niiuv urn.
he cannot but go to the wall. Many
men can do a good business lu proo
porous tlmea who fall Intheatormof
panlo, tho dlhtresa or a financial ntorm,
or iu a long period of unfavorable skies
overbeud aud it has been very cloudy.
There It auother causa of failures,
That Is tho charity drain on business
men who aro asked to support a score
of begging enterprises, from the charity
ball to the advertising poster and
"home eulerlainmonl" In a hundred
form". Not a week In the year but an
advcrtlslug solicitor from Portland or
somewhere "does the town" for aomo
advertising Bcheme, getting $1 from
this busluesa man aud $2 from that.
Tlioro aro scores of other causea why
men fall. But Salem probably sutlers
un more than other towns In all thoae
respecta,and tho solidity of ber busluesa
Institutions as a whole will be im
proved when the storm Is over.
Tho Wober Troupe.
The above named troupe, now play
lug at tho opera house, produces to
night ono of their best dramatlo seloc
tlons, entitled "A Woman's Bitter
Atonement," Tho former entertain
ments given by this company iu the
opera house buvo uot beon vory well
attended, but It is not tho fault of the
company, as thoy deservo and should
receive a better patronage. Ech aud
every actor aro very much better in
their respective rolea than any com
pany that have played in Salem for tbe
lu&t year. Their costumes aro good,
they have dramatlo ability, aud tonight
tho company will undoubtedly have a
Rotiring From Business.
J. A. Vuu Eaton deems It best, bo
ciusoof continued ill health and tho
present hard 1 1 men, to retire from
business, ami on yoaterdny transferred
to tlio 7irst JNutloiinl bank of this city,
In couulderutlon of 5, 000, his stock of
groceries, etc, at 283 Commercial
street uud property stored iu tho ware
botiBO ou Cbitugo uud Trado streets,
owned by tho Pacific Cider and Vine
gar company. Bqulre Farrar has been
placed In chttrgu of tho stock and will
close out tho Uuslness
Tlio New York Iticket will Burely
eayo you money In your holiday pur
chases. Thoy receive euoh goods direct
from headquarters and murk them at a
very low rute of profit, therefore their
goods must bo sold at low prices. Call
aud examine their stock and prices.
Cuuistsias Pacicaqes Aro begin
ning to move. Tho Loukwood mes
senger boys aro teady to serve you.
Ring up tho blue boxes.
ID YOU EVEIt suffer from real ner-
Tousnossr When overy nervo seemed
to quiver with a peculiar, creepy
feollns, first In ono place, and then another
and all seemed finally to concentrate In a
writhing Jumble In tho brain, and you be
cowo Irritable, fretful and peevish t to be
followed by an Impotent, woakenod condi
tion ot the nerve centers, rinsing In the
ears, and sleepless, miserable nights f
XY Mil PC Mrs. Eugene Searles,
Nervine hMt Ind- ay! "s-
-j . tous troubles bad made
KeStOreS mo nearly lnsano and
Tlfllth physicians wero unablo
lCiUlUaiiMt to help mo- My memory
was almost gone and every little thin;
worried mo until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I was becoming a maniac, I
Imagined all sorts of evil things and would
cry orer nothlue. I commenced taking Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine and four bottles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
mo. and I am as well now as 1 ever was."
Jy. M.lleV Norr)no 1$ aolj pn guarantee,
first bottle will bcneSt or money refunded,
'Wl 1 11 a
Commercial Street, Corner Slate
Tho Capital Printing Company has re.
moved to that location. Call on us.
Parlors Over Gran Bros.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
M(V AMT1 MD W
Lefal Blank Publishers.
ilnh'x Now nrlntr.nvor Hmlwnk r'otn'l tri-
HUIE WING SANG CO.
Japnneao Fancy Uod. all k nits ol elite cm
broidery, rnametrn. IhttmwMir, Iwhi ti- nl
all kind Mat'lnus mid undo wea . U lit
out Btoctt before Ulirlstiniu. l'i'iMiil iei.
lalem.Or 'o nil
WOLZ Sl MIESCKE, Props.
Dsnlcrs In nil kinds of ft-m nud stlt menu.
03-I'rciiti nmntmo n spcrluliy.
171 IXJ.MMKH IAI.Hr.
FREE TO ALL WOMEN
I have a very simple home treatment which
v.111 readily cure nil female ilUorders. nalnfnl
periods, lcucorrlioca, displacements, or
, lrregnlaritiej, ami4 will gladly send It free to
any suKerlnc woman.
Address Mrs. J. W. I)
llox qo, TalTman Linn Co,
Meet ntl mall and passenger tra'n, llnz
pusa and oxprces to all purt nf tlia city.
I'roinptbcrvlco, Telephonu N . 7ii.
SALEM WATER CO.
Officei Willamette Holel Building
X. water service apply nt oillce. JJllls pay.
nolo monthly in ndvunco. Alukol all com
plnlnunttlieotlloe. open spicaet to prevent rrcczln?, positively
pronlblted. Care nbould be tk-n (flu danger
of ficezlbgto have stxp and waste cntocioi d.
Hee section 3 rule and rojtilnt'au. No deduc
tion in bibs will be allowed lor absence or for
nuy cnuso wnaiover unieM water Is cut on
C. H. LANE.
211 Corarneroinl nt.. Halom, Or.
3-Sult IIS upwards. Tunis 15 uwaru.-uo
J. tt. ALBEKT,
1 . Cashier,
Capital National Bant,
TrnnsuoUaeenernl banKine business
How T0-T.CE Fortune
00 00 for every J10 lnvoited can be made by
our new Systematic l'ln of Speculation,
siaoo and more made dally ru n nil Hjyo
menui. by many persons who llvo away fro
All we ask Is to Investigate our new aud or
iKlnal methods, fast worulngs or plan uad
hlKhCst referencM rurnl hurt. nn. n.wio.
"lNnnts and illnu," how to make money
even when on tbe wrong Mde of ol the market
and other Intonuat'nn sent KHKK.
tilL.MOUK A iX).,lUnkeisand Urokew.
Open Board of Tn.de Hldg., Chicago. 111.
. lo-ao-sm d.w ' '
S31 OommerolatsUIOottle block.l
aucessor to O. M.llcck&Co.lV
llent meat In the city. I'romptdellvf
at InwrattirinM r
J. H. HAAS,
WATCIIUAhlfH ANU JBVKLKR,
Uke a specialty ol Fine Itepalr Woik. Beth
Thomas clocks, etc., 316 commercial Mtrett,
DAV AND KXPRES8.
Capital Transfer Co.
Kspress, baggagA ud nil kinds
t(Viiuj fiwivo oraers
is ifl j si i i -Hb . j rJTB ffijF
HOIJ3R iaitHA.1 K.-0onioot8"oom, liaril
nnuh, pxtitry, e)oit, bi.ru una kooU
will water, 8750 Third Htrert. betw en IMIm
Ion und Snipping-. Eiqu!r at 4sl Winter
street, for afotf days onir. 6UI
MiNJi ot. iiUliINC i-Aud Ulvluo
iicniine ev. rv Burning uflernoon nt lid
i,ti. .ir.oi oiQ xnn'.nv k. lhrt l.nrd'rt Pill
Hi.... trim nrn nllnuHl nra luvltud to ntliind
iiu h-.iilurt tervlces. Mc-tlns M J'nher
O jutild, .VjnIi smiem, nt 10.SO lu tlio morning.
nil Iilll.i'- NKXi. Item mburtoKcndyonr
17 Dack .w tt lurliriMtna uj mo ixjukhiriu
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JlleHieUUl'r UJ). iiub ui iiio uiuo ,.,-.
ou-i'.i lu.iliKll Tt 1'n.WlllTU-t Poll
b eut-lutr oil (outllllon Juttbotblng
mr buHlueiH homo or Hudcut UarnlDir to ubo
tbe tynewrlter. Jiiqulie nt 28U Connnerolal
t AniU-).-l)3n't allow your Thcm to bo
Ij uiowucd wltli qniy lmlrs when you on
l,..v,. II t.clmml in lla nntlirdl color In four
houm A M Eluln., room 11, Kidreldgo
u IKlin r
rrtHlMJ a mnu or lady t rniinuge ill
IT trltmtl gsoiip sample'!, Bnecinlt
plB't, BpeciniiiP". uo
pnr pHnnudtuir. end
Myivnn Co.. 27a wood
10 cents for samples
noun mo, ryn9looutlli ollr.
.iti'H'.i I'Ai'ii.ll ijir.-i, ml of linavv brown
j wrnpplUR pnpor for brio clicr.p. Junt the
mini; lor putting under carpoU. Cnll nt Jour-
T-AHKIt. itutianil. lacrnnieuto. ecattlo
J Taooniftiind Hun Kranoinoo papers nn sale
nl lioprn roaionirH moo
t o-lVAfluo bliiek rmblmero tlmwt on the
I I well HlOO Ol on inoruai mrun, nuuiu ii
iinup r jnnrr win ouiiku uy iviiiruniH f
Mm tiior .liny, boiun Huiorn
f 'v. 1 1HI1LU, rtowsprtperAdverUHlnc Ak
Ij. si Merciinnia' Kxcnnniro, ni irnnciRco
liotiruutliorlzmt ngnnt 'I'lim paper M Kept
on flloln hlodlpo.
O.MSV VO Id IAN, U.
l'rwt Ofllce blopk.
QlKlvLA MMKltilAN -iypewritiD8r nnd
(Cj commercial Hirnogrupny. umca, ro-iin
27aroy blook. Tbo beit or wort donont rea
Bonnblo mien, . 13-28
1UJVB nn Imnrovcd 5-acre trct tbrce
nil inllcHfoiilliol town Hmnll lioino
nud bnrn Near cond school. Inquire ol
Uurcrn(. oer Slato-man. W-astr
MONEY TO LOAN.
I have $5000 to loan in one sum or any
fractional part not less than $300 To loan in
Salem during the next 30 days. Address
I, II. IIAWLEV.
266 Stark stiect, : Portland, Or,
For cancellation of
policies of State Insuiv
ance Co, and substi
tution of Firemen's
Fund policies call on
JOHN WRIGHT, or
office of State Insure
Dealer Iu Groceries, Paints,
aud the most complete stock oi
IJrushos oi all Kinds iu the
State. Artists' MntcrIals,Limc, j
Hair, Cement aud Shingles and
finest quality oi GKASS SUEDS
I IWlll reoelvo children Irom 3 yearn upwards.
Hpooinl ttentlon to beginners. All de-lred
jranrhes for tbe o der pupils taught, luolud.
Ing drawing, modeling, mu.lo plain and
artlstlo needle wors. All work doue on ho
Individual pan, In which each tblld Is nd
vanced according to lu own capacity. Kor
terms nd particulars apply to Mish O. llallou,
Twentieth and Cherneketa u
Glvnn by a qunllded teacher, native
of ncrmany. Claises nr children on
4H turdnynl Channln Hill.
lly Mi-8. nspev, 451 Marlon Bt,
Given on reasonable terms by an experienced
4S Marlon st,
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
n . . T. K. FORD,
Over Hush's Bank.
On rarra land security. 8pclal rates
?t?.iarK.0l?an,, tans considered
11 .k 11 k .. .. HAMILTON & MOm
H n lUnk hnllillrig.
Bo Is Browne Fountain Washer, lluy lone
for your washwoman'M a presenU
t"i ie uer run ner llieaw v.andvour
TrlaiH and Instructions free,
at ome, ltd mate street.
Hiss Bioii's School
mm Is Com ing.
Union Pacific System
Tltinugh rutlinan l'lilao
Bleepcr and free BpcIIi,Ji,b Clmlrrnr,l0aaar11f;
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
lh'htort bv l'lutfch lljin
sttatn nnd ra-
Tlmo to (Hilrano. a dayH.
Time to New Yortc, 4W dnyd.
vMu f " 'nnny uourBlulo6er than ui
ap1iSyU.,0',tlm',,ftl,le,",rUl ful1 "onnailoo
It, W. UAXTKlt,
1.SS Third nt.,
AKoabj, Haiem Or
wlet. l'ag-. Aeent
East and South
THE 3HASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Comuanv.
OALtrorriA KXPBxaa tiuik ntirr dau.v
TWI1IW 1-QUTI.AWD ANDB. r.
18.60 p. in.
lulu a. u
6.00 a. ni
6.00 p. m
Aboyo triitna stop nt Kast Portland. Or
eon city, Woodburn.Baleni.Turner.Marion.
lellerson, Albany. Aloany Junction. IrnngL
liugene, Creswell.UrutnH nndnllsUUounon
Hotwburii to Aaliiaml lnchmlvo
IUMKBUUU MAIL, DA11.V .
:an a.m. Lv. 1'ortu.nd Ar.l 4.19 p.w,
1.00 a. m Iv. Haiem l.v. I 2 tl p. m
21 p.m. Ar. ItOHOhurg I,". 1 8 o
Hintll SAl.KK fAMKNOhK.
4:10 p. m. I lvv. 1'ortland. Ar.
:1S p. in. I Ar. Hnlum, Ijv
Oiuiug urs ou Ogdon Routo
FCliUlAH BOETO? SLBilim
Second Class Sluooin Cars-
Atuehed to all through trrtltu,
vVest Side Division, Between hwhi
l-'M u. in. I L.V.
laiftp. m. 1 Ar.
tt hi p. m
At Albany and Corvalllx oonnecl "lla
ralmorurojmi Central ft Kutern (tallrodi
ICKI'IIIilV, I'KAIN . UMLI mi.n-1 Mill
1:15 p, tn.
7r2 p. m.
To nllpolntaln tbo IStatrn Ktatos, CAnsds
and ISuropo can be obtained at lowest rU
from V. W. OKINNKlt, Agent, Ualtm
n.,1'. HOOKlta. ABSt, II. K. and Pom. Ait
It. KOKHL1CK. Mauanfir
ST. PAUL , ir
TO GRAND FORIIS
BOSTON and all
Points East end Southl
BKor Information, um -earoi, 1 iP
tlokets cull on or write
THOMAS. WATT C CO.,-
Hi Commercial st.. .Ulna, lu
t.Datu'iDi aih avi.f v'u
rrlrtnst .osraer Tilrl. t tUtLO-
Eastern R. R. Co
fYAQUINA BAY llOUTKJ
Oonneotlng at Yaqulna Bav wlthHbsSu,'
Francisco nnd Yaqulna Itay RteainsWp OJ.
A 1 and firs- class In very respftjt. Baij "" $
Yaqulna for Hun FrancU.-o about everj
rus'tenger accommodations nniurpM.',.
Shortest route between tbe Willamette vane.
an California. . . , uk
Famtrom Albany, or potnU ';Ji
Franelsre: Cbln, tl'A steerage, lJ ""
round trip, sjood 00 dayH, 18.
. OH a OIUIIK Pupt.. tmrvalU. fr.
KDW1N rrolV'-.Minager, Ortrva ,
A, J, CUUltUUlLL, liOClfls-"i -