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lIUII.Y .NJ WKKKI.Y.I
33. f-.5 IS
rQIDAY, jail 3, 18fia.
STATU TAX BOARD.
Dcslrics causing a great ileal of tils
ft.iflsfacllon, iiml costing each county
hundreds of dollar to revise Hh tax
rolN,thetato loaicl of equalization
costs as follews:
A 1 AuMnti. TilftiTlew.. .. 3lW 00
A . r. AViwwlcock. Ellirt'lie JIM 1)0
3. 1). Gibson, Salem 300 00
Geo. r.. Watklns.rorlMiul...
W. O. Hunter, Island City.. .
IV. C. WIIIKH.iy Creek
P. W. Cnolldge, hcc, Ltigcuc.
Fr.ink Davcy, clerk. Salem...
Raul Van Dcr-oK page
tkOmmmfiu ffffi iTiiii rtaraaJSatAteics&afcr
... jl.ijijh i-- .lit ii- mwimi nil MIIITI "' "
w Mads on Faig or Ilucui-Rashs.
LAND AGENT DAVEKPOBT.
What a Good Act
or Tin: L'-st
If vou Waat a lure relief for pates ia tka tack, side, chut, or
imwt, use u
Bear lit Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits and Imita
tions is as food an the gtniuae.
The three cluto offlrlnlt, with the
help of one or two hU'tUa. could have
1iip all tint was ivi-ar, as the
count lus- Hiked no ehiinges, for Icis
than J5i, Toe coriKimt ions and the
city of I'orll.'in 1 alone asked i-Huc-tl.mR,
and of con w there had t be
additions made Noinewhnrc, so Itwai
put onto merchandise, town lots and
Improvements, and Linn and Marlon
county that could not helpt Itemed vos.
I'OK THIS PfiOPLK.
The man oho uow-a-diiy claims to
work unselfishly for the people Is
sneered at as a demagogue and a Phar
isee. Yet there Is such a thing as
conscientious jicrformnncc of duty lu
Tito man who lakes his oahiry or
fes as the law allows, hut who refuses
to tako more, and refuses to construe
the law to JiIh own advantage, and
who sternly refuses to help others to
do that thing, will always bo esteemed
and respected by the people, whether
ho holds ollice or not.
The people have got to tic to that
sort of men. It Is bald the. people arc
ungrateful. That docs not alter the
case. They too seldom have reason to
J-i-L'JJ-! ' I.' W
Thk. Journal publishes the vlewB
of hankers as cheerfully as anyone's.
It thinks they aro as deeply interested
In the welfare of the country as others,
and have a great deal at stake. We
cannot help hut think that the plan
of using paper and si Ivor, thatclrcu
latcs without Interest, Is a choapor
oiio than tlio plan of Issuing gold
bonds to tako tip that money, pay the
hankers Interest on the bonds and
tltfcn let thorn Issuo their money to
tho people and get more Interest. Are
wo right or wrong about this?
For several monthftputt, th f Wrral
land officers of Uic'tlnte have !v-a.t
transmitting toGovernorLord notices
from the commissioner of the general
land olllce at Washington, that cer
tain lists of lieu land selection made
during the last four or live years are
hell for cancellation, and giving the
stato from .10 to C0d.i)s ia which to
shOA- ctusc why they .should not w
cirtcclled. The reason given for so
holding tlu'in, Is that thewld .-dec-
tlmm were undo upoH Mm (r Illegal
tot. Thcvilirttwhli-'iar'1 mtaicnm,
Include sonre.s of tniets if 1 nidi, sold
by the Mate to as many Individuals,
cil kens of thj slate, woo; address
are unknown to thi5 n". tt otll.w.-, and
who cannot tliereforf ho apprized of
tlu'crltlcjl condition of tit Ir hold-
lugs except by public! Mo:i.
Tint Hindi a condition, i f attaint
should orro, by whr'i s) many per
sons holding slate deeds oreerllllcates
of sale, are to ba dlsjvivsjfd of their
purc'iawi cannot bo refrricd to mere
clerical errori, and on fu fneeMJciiw
to Imply that then? Um b.in deiisn
Iguoraiicc or extensive i Duality on
tliis part of thosi ofllcis charged w Ith
tho management of land mailers.
And this 1-" nn additional reason
why It Is deemed nectary to publl.tli
along with the list of names a brief
account of the methods adopted by
the Htate,to lint and tfdl the lieu lands
to which It Is entitled, and Inoldcntf
ally to give homo explanation of the
present rather troublesome results.
Not a few ieople believe that the
state Is, or ought to be held responsi
ble for every thing done In Its name
and by its oftlccrs, and that when It
executes a deed for a piece of land it
Is legally and morally iKuind to make
tho title good. It Is almost needless
Invc notbTit called upon to declare
iKalo.H hk-Ii ni'jleiry; but ther- Is
pli'Tity of cvid'.-mv in tlpOi-g n Latt 1
f.Ul. . :fl I 111' .TI'llV.lll l.tll'l VIUill
lv, that It linn b"cu don.: t-paatedly
It the natuc of the state of Oregon. 1
Htu informed by an cx-reglster of an
United States Land ollice that one
base served for live "elections,
It is fooling with words to say that
such departures from known regula
tions and laws, and ordinary business
procedure are the result of ignorance;
Iht're'must have been a reckless dls
tegard of the rights of Individuals
and of the general welfare, and it
ilo.'s not re. i til re more than common
te:tc to fee how and why hitch aber
r tl Ion of government can come about.
Human rapacity is ever on the
alert and all that la needed Is an op
portunity. Such an opportunity was given
when the legislature changed the
mode of Milcctiiig. lieu lauds In tho
ynarof 1887. Ileforc that the gov
ernor or his agents selected them;
afterwards the selecting of the lieu
as well as the base, was turned over
to the purchaser. He must state in
his application the lOthorJKHh sec
tions or fractional townships In lieu
of which the land Is to be taken, and
the land commissioners sdiall there-
At length tho day of reckoning Is
come, and naturally enough the bene
llciaries of all this shani practice, In-
t .,!..;: Il.r. "! ,, .-r, n.1, .- fir.! titl'lll linlll
pirai" vim" iiiiiiiiiut Aj... ........ ...,.
the Innocent purchaFcrs of lieu lands
out of the borapc, by lltidlng
bases for the frauds,
The governor, however, much dis
posed to continue his habit of helping
Innocent people out of scrapes, will
not violate the laws of the state which
the last legislature enacted for his
The law now is, that lieu land shall
not be sold; and furthermore, it
raised the price of such land to W.50
per act e.
The attorneys who have to-eii en
Joying the lucrative business, say
that tho state has already sold the
land, and Is morally bound to make
good titles to the purchaser..
The most that can be truthfully
said as to the .State's share in the
crooked business, Is, that It provided
a way whereby lieu land selections
could be made and sold to individual
at tnc pneo or 8i. per ncrc.
The finding of the bns? aid the
selection of lieu lands were left en
tirely with the purchaser, and If he
trusted his business to uu unscru
pulous or blundering attorney, nnd
his efforts to obtain a niece of land
. ii rTfTTf-IffTnfllWTtfTrS
HinqUIIIII II 'Kf'.l I 'IIMHI lA.Jfaii !- - -
good rsmMLfji p iJjBJ trf
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
Service and Scenery Unequalled
II BUFFET CM. BODTI
C H. LANE,
upon select tho said land In the proper !wai thereby rendered iiugtitory, he
The Industrial Herald of Oregon
City, a Populist paper, seems to think
no man can iu Honest unless lie Is a
populist. That theory frequently
lands an honest man In tho midst of a
camp of rogues. The tendency of
good moil to Hock off Into different
parties Just suits the political boss.
A farmer can't herd a thousand
sheep In one (lock. Hut ho can divide
tho herd into three bauds, and hire a
cheap limn and a dog to tend each
hand. Noll Is with politics.
The Kosohurg llcvlew Issued a
mammoth twelvo-pago Illustrated
edition. The Hevlow Is tho leading
Democnitlc paper of Southern Ore
gon and Its editor can feel proud of
their efforts to lift their community
Inti promlnonco as tho metropolis of
J. W. Grim, of llubbard, will bo a
strong candidate for county Judge.
As commissioner lie was a staunch
friend of Salem when tho big bridge
was built. Ho would make an excel
lent county oiUclal.
Tho Statesman seems determined to
down County Judgo Hubbard by fair
means or foul. It gives him a strong
tentorial endorsement' this morning.
i - . 'i't
Tho Aslorla Kvenlng Nun printed dctf,",on' ! der them.uThe rule
a line double numUr on Now Ynr' l,"l "Heu land selections based unon
to say, these are errors which a
moment' reflection must dispel.
How would It do In Iiidlvidnl trail'
actions to depart from the present
safo and Just rule, that an agent can
not bind his principal as to business
outside of the agency, or In matters
between tho state and Its clthens, to
Insist that whatever an oftlcer might
do the stato would be bound, by 11?
The fact Is and must be, that the
extent to which a state may be bound
by Its oflleers, is set forth in the laws;
and If a deed be given In the name of
the state, but ill derogation of law, it
Is a nullity. An illegal met though
done by an officer and in the namo of
of the state, is still Illegal and binds
nobody. The Oregon stato law said
tho lieu land neleotlonsshallbe"made
lu the manner prescribed by the laws
of the United States;" but where a
tract Is selected In lieu of a so-called
mineral base without such proof as
the United States law required to
establish Itu mineral character, Iwth
the state and federal laurf wore
Ignored by the state oltlcers.
There Is nothing unreasonable or
cajirlclous, therefore, In tho holding
for cancellation all uch selections.
It is Just what should havo been
expected by the state land offcorij and
tne registers and receivers of all tho
federal land ofllces lu tho state.
The truly stntnge aspect of the case
lu, that tho stato land ottlce should
make selections lu known conflict
with tho United states, laws ptjd
that the federal land oflleers should
ever permit one of them to pass to
The laws governing the selections of
lieu lands have been long In operation;
every lauu office lu the stato Is In
possession of them and of the Judicial
day which will Ito hluhlv iinnreehitcfl
bynioone having an Interest lu that
uiiningclty by thowi.
I . I -.. . H1JII. I
rite new woolen mills are going to
wjoiiiii ngiii. Titos. Kay looks out
for tho stockholders as though they
were his own children.
lly this time wo should ho square
with the world, all bills of IBM paid,
and keep square for two.
Gold Is Mowing this way again,
Hulllon nt Xew York January !M was
at H cent premium.
How would It tin tu caiia ineetlug of
I ho stockholder in the city hall and
sk to haw a receiver appointed for it,
i U U 1 if
I'ho Job of apportioning the MOO.OOO
of tho Oregon aeitic sale will last
while there Is money in It.
Tho .Staiwmnn" Is' still flghtla
Judge Hubbard. It Is now supporting
Lot it tvrognlw whit Is good In
luett wherever we find It.
calculated ueljeiencles In unsurveyed
townships, ure Invalid," has Uce
declared over and over again, and yet
it has been habitually violated by the
Oregon land ollice.
The rule, that whore selections are
made to compensate for school sec
tions alleged to bo mineral, "the. proof
must be that the mineral exists In
paying quantities," Is old and well
established by Judicial decisions, and
yev a violation of It has been tho
principal stock lu trade of some Ore
gpu lieu laud attorney.
Jl J.,"!1 .Win? that one
-bv nuuuiU HUt IKJ UHeU ftW tWO OC
. ..v. .,..,.., M, l(lc oufj
GoU atareujutuis a uadatart for
lfcur tha ji,,-qiyt.r
llau, rtolklnt jvat
lAAlOlVfct. tiln hkii.
lw. Uotttd?,, 8u.lfv book with
land office, In the manner prescribed
by the laws of the United States," etc.
Hut this requirement, as respects
the purchaser, is wholly impracticable
as no one but a person familiar with
tho land business and having access to
tho records, and maps of state land ollice
could know as to what school sections
had been lost to the state by reason
of the operation of federal laws, and
to what extent the state had availed
Itself of the privilege of taking other
lands Instead, Of necessity the appli
cant, who desired to putvhaso lieu
land, must resort to th? state land
ollice for Information as to the base
upon which to predicate ills applica
tion, but according to the letter of the
law the clcrH" Qf that oico was not re
quired to furnish It. Tim law did not
make It the duty of any olllcerof the
state, and the requirements of the
statute, In that particular, were fully
met when the applicant had designat
ed the base of which the land Is to be
Jnken In Ilcu, The state board could
have made It Iho duty of Itu clerk to
give all needed Information, but It did
not, and so thas part of the stato land
business became an unolllclal, outside
matter, which speedily passed Into
the care and keeping of lieu land at
torneys, who found ways and means
of using the stnte land otlluo.and sup
plying bases to applicants nccordlng
to the railroad rule, of charging all
tho traffic would bear.
One dollar and n quarter per acre
was paid to tho stato, and the remain
der went to the attorneys, who took
tho lion's share, sometimes amounting
to twice as much as the stato tecelvcd,
That Jfijoli a business could continue
any length of tlmo without being pro
llfic of abuses, Is Incrcdlblo to mou of
experience, who know thogrowlug na
ture or human greed. Just think of
Itl for every quarter section of land
sold, the huso huntoru would or could
pocket WOO, a nice yearly Income for a
quarter section farmer, working every
day In tho year, There Is nothing
risked in saying that such an oppor
tunity would bo pushed to the utmest:
mill 11- was.
It was Mid by the attorneys that
bases were scarce, a probable truth, as
the stato hud been selecting lauds for
forty years, in placo of school sections
taken by donation, homestead and
pre-emption claims, and also for de
Hcleneles lu townships and those nrls
lug from mining claims, but all this
only helped thorn to got a corner on
bases and raise the price of lieu lands.
me niioiuuint of school sections
witnin reservations, to the Indians,
freed n goodly number of bases and
brought a veritable Ixmanza. Fortunes
were made our of these alone, as they
wrved to market the line timber lands
of the coast, and pass them into the
hands of Kastern speculator
The Indian bases, however, were
soon exhausted, and base hunting be
came the rage. To use a simile frm
Col. Sellers, there were thousands If
not millions In it.
The man, who by cruising, could
discover n quarter section base, or by
dint of Ingenuity, could pianufacture
vu mat woiiiu nan tlte state ollice, once FJeppln, Hannah V Z T i
was certain of a linnilsnnm ..il.rv,.iJ t! ,!,iin"a." Mers. John
mpst put tho blame where it belongs,
upon ills attorneys nnd not upon the
State. All that ho can rightfully ask
of the state, Is that his money be le
turncd. And he ca rightfully and
leagally ask his attorneys to do the
same, unless there was a specific
waiver of responsibility.
T. W. Davekpokt.
State Land Agent.
NAMKS OV PKKSONS.
Names or persons holding deeds nnd
certificates of sale from tho State of
Oregon, fpr lieu lands which are held
for cancellation by the Commissioner
of tho General Land Ofllco for the
reason that the lia.ses in lieu or which
they were taken are not recognized as
icKltuuate, under tho laws of tho
1. Wcbeck, John "Wilson, Thomas
Owncs, Frank Holdcn, Frank White.
V. E. Waters, Charles Mortensen.
Joseph Manary, It. Y. Johnston, A,
Deane, Eugenia Henry, Win. Clemen,
H. L. Urowii, II. Wackman, W, F.i
Weaver, Wm. Franklin,, II. Ilertroohe,
H. A. Willis. It. A. Marnirv. Mnrv
Ahern, Ira H. Hoffman, N. J. John
son, W. II. Hanks, James S. Lutz,
Wm. Arkwrlght, Chas. Smith, Lula
iiixon, jiarvey 11. Hcdhcs, Anna
Whltlock, F. M. Maker, Ltirena Yo
gle, E. Zellcr, S. G. Hawson, M. A.
Laurltzen, F. 1. Green, Jfatlo Pease.
Thomas Fllppln, Walter M. Rlchton-j
ger, win. .Mllilgan, Hugh Cameron,
W. llullerfleld, Alice W'heelcr, Delia
Jvojly, Eva Hill, Llllia Saddler, T. B,
Wallace, Chas. E. Danstleld, Wm. T.
Whltlock, Etta Whitney, Sarah Gor
don, C. T. Slsson, Edward Mclntyre,
C, E. Holding, F. Stanley, Arthur II,
Gostleh, W. Tullqok, Rose Lang, S. V,
Armstrong, Edek Townsend, John S.
Wheeler, Robert Cameron, W. Price,
Emily llelllnger, Emma Fletcher, Jas,
A. Jensen, Maud E. Wllmot. Emil n.
flunther, Geo. N. Small, Peter Rest,
Margaret Radlr, Danl. Gordon, M.
Crabtrce, Lucia Alden, C. H. Rurton,
L. Hurt, Emma Hanaford, John N.
Grifflii, Edmund II. Lane, Abram F.
Meyers, Kate Hill, Chas. A. Anderson
Nellie Owens, Hulda M. Hlokman,
Sophia Ererson, J, Hall, Ada James,
Alex II. Losler, Jesse L. Frast, Laura
W. Cleaver, Dcssa Whitney, David
AVhltnoy, John nandly. Asa Hnmll.
ton, Fred L. Applegatc, G. G. Raker,
J. Davits, John Jolee, Joseph Zeppa,
II. P. Rrlggs, Karl E. Emerson, Chas.
Carrlgan, Louis Ryan, A. S. Hopkins,
Henry McDonald, Robert Armstrong,
Lucy Rurton, C. A. Perklna. vtan
Swan, C. Campbell, J. Alberts, Albert
Johpson, Henry Senastacken, J. C,
Noel, Jas. A. Rrandon, Frank Taylor.
"ob,V.3Channu,nL- 2. Withrow,
2.A.Royer, Jessie F. Cochran, II.
S.lrench,D. Rrlsbln, A. R. Senas-
wicKcn, ni, Nelson. Frank Mliw
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nrSull SIS upvvarJ.
st , Salem Or.
Pints 5 upwanJs.f'
W LZ A MIES KE, Props.
Dialan in all kinJt of freth ami xalt meals
ryFrtili ittag a sprcialiy,
171 COMMERCIAL ST
32I Commercial t Cottk KIikKI
Succeor to ('.. M Ucck S. Cu j
Beit mean in tli.. city, Prompt d:IUcry
MONEY TO LOAN
On faun land t-ciirity. Sih-cUI
rates on Ure I.unj. L
Throuffh Palace and Tourist Sleepers
ninhia and Buffet. Library (m.
Trains lcae Portland and Seattle daily for the Eait. '
Tickets, reservations and bagc'S6 checked to all point.
For comfort in travel tika the Great Northern.
STEVENS. G. W. P. A.. Seattle, Wah.
C. DENNISTON. C. T. & T. A.. Torlland, Oi;
The Willamette Hotel,
and points of interest
OF THE CITY.
Management liberal. Electric cars leave hotel for all public ImllJIr,
. Special rates will be glvm to permanent patron.
A. I. WAGNER.
-EXCBLSIOR - STABLE-
B. C, HANSEN, MANAGER,
Only good hones used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stablo iack of Stale Insurance block
considered Willi tut ilebv
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
Over Bmh's Bank.
T. K. FORD.
MONEY JO LOAN.
1 nave 95000 10 10m in one sum or any
ft-aetional part i:ot leu than $300 To loan in
Salem duting the next 30 days. Address,
J. II. IIAWLEV,
2661, Starktreet, : Portland, Or.
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train -Run dally betwetn
Portland and San F.ancisco.
aouth I North
ar I 8:10 am.
v. I 6:00p.m.
lv. I 00a m.
8:50 p. m.
10 '45 a. m
on Pacific System.
riimti,.'. Piiliinan Pl,ice Sleepers. Tourist
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Htel Buildin.
For water service apply at office. Dills
payauie monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Open spicket to prevent freezing, posj.
lively prohibited. Care shnuM bo taken
if in danger of freexlng to have stop and
waste gate closed see section 3 rulei and rec
ulation. No deduction in bills will be ai.
lowed for absence or for any cause whatever
union water is cm ot trom premises.
I'u Reclinine Chairs daltv
POni'l.AND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated by steam and cart
Ighted by PintscK llKht.
Time to Chicaco, 313 days
Time to New York. 4 i-i davi.
Which is manv houn nulrbrr idin rr,m
For rates, time tibial m.t full tnfnrm.itnn
BOISE Jb BARKER,
Acenti. Salem. Or.
R. W. BAXTER. C. B. WINN,
General Apent, Din. Pau. Agent,
13S Third Street, Portland.
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wo clburn, Salem, Turner, Mailoa,
Jefferson, Albany. Albany Junction. Irvtnf,
l-.uccne, Creswell, Drain, and all station
irom Roieburg to Aihland Inclusive.
R03EnURC MAIL DAILY.
lv. Portland a r.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseh'g lv.
lv. Portland a r.
ar. Salem lv.
0. R. & N. CO.
E. M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUfE.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to sit
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, dally (-
vcjh dunuay. 1
7:30 a in.)
12:15 p.m. f
Ar (6:20 p.m.
Lv H35 p. m.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
W. A. Cusick
J. II. ALDKRT.
Transact general baaklng business.
And uufortuuatclv for th imk.i..,.., I
, --. " 1'u.v.iiiocia
of lieu lands, and equally so for the
state, almost anything could pass.
Rough, rocky, unsold and unsalable
school sections In the arid rinn.
wer mineralized b aftldaflt; deflclen
John Daly, Louis Masaliell. TtrM.,
Jolco, Chas. Henderson, John Hart,
... WUson Andrew Mclhvaln
"'Pklr, Mike Kelly, Ira Mil
lanl, Molllo Araham.F. F. Jowett, R.
VLdwards, Marlon G. Rarger, John
Mwards, W. N. Snow, James R. Wise.
man, Atex .iiitchel . Gracft n.irni,ii.
.,, vajne, wm. f. Myers, Flor
Carlson, Jewel C. Wheeler. Chas a
,. .- T "vj mt x fill IV
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP,
uxnress. bitprii'e ami ii tu.i. r ....!.
done promptly. Leave orders at Pattooi
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
tra.ns of Oregon Contral & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Snnday.
4!45 P. m I Lv. I'ortland Ar. 1 oWa m
7H5 P. m. f Ar. McMinvlIle Lt 6:50 a. m.
lo all points in the Eastern Stales, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratti
E. P, ROGERS, Asat. G. 1 & p. A..
R. XOBHLER, Manager. I'0nUni'Or-
Gieet Northern Ry.
Meets all mail and passenger trains. Baz.
gaje and express to all parts of the citr.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank Publisher.
Bush's New Brick'overthe bank Com'l street
.ti 1 n in i'tri n..i
arrcn A. Wood. F-nL- nA.Z.
ni0 . r . "" uur. jane
v-j cjucuimcu in unsurveyed i)in n n Wsr',-:10 Fa iner.
towns hliMt anil tmnnlnrh i.....:. V.0I'nC-COT,lelloM. Chance. J rV
U tner again, and' yet ,,0 vn T7t wKTlWA'SBS. &rin5kniS. J
complaint was heanl from tho ataS'Mortlo Lane .Sc?8. tJ!
land .. A) .. . a it . -" k lliihnn mi
ttIIU UlllCl'. All Hlll'll
FREE TO ALL WOMEN
I have a very simple home treatment which
will readily cure alffemale dUorders, panful
Union Pacific Ry,
Low rates to all cities east. Ocean jteam
' Portland sv.ry Htc days? " m
For full dstaiis call on or address
G. M. POWERS.
Pullman Sleepirg Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
n i' "tnnePoH. Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte.
Foot of Tradest.
rregnliritles. amH will
any sulierlnc? Am
Box 96, TahmanLinn Co.. Ore.
CUdlr send it free to
Aaareu Mr. I. V. n
Will receive rMMr.. f, - ' .
vanced according to its own capacity For
!S., Washington, Philadelphia, New
vorlt, Boston, and all Points
fct ami South
Tf lofofnutlon, time cards,
tickets, call on or write
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
a ?.6S Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
P chdton, Aast. Gen'l. Pass Agt.,
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Ot.
fi German Lessons
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anuary 3 ,896. SA. J
to l.oo,cSo-by" fiS of S SriRS-P-V
Given by a qualified teacher.
of Germany, Classes forchl
y at Channlng Hall.
r a m, ifi KP"r 4S4 Marion St.
454, Msrioa st,
loo 00 for every $10 invested can be made by
our new Systematic Plan of Speculation.
110 00 and more made dAly on small inves-
?"'. oy many persons who live away from
All we ask is to investigate our new and or-"
'Enal methods. Past workings of plan and
riff" iercnces lumtshed. Our licoiciei
Joints and IDnts," h)w to make money
even when on the wrong side of the market
and other Information ent FREE.
GILMORE&Co., Rnkersand Broken
Open'Boardof Trade Bldg., Chicago, III
to 30-3- Akrr