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hrfatllng all over with vnlor, cvoryothcr
IKigo n portrait of himgolf, liau filled tho
magazines over and under his own sig
nature, written by himself. Now v,e
ore to have It In book form Governor
Koorevelt'n account of Colonel Ifoosc
velt'H bravery from his childhood to
Col. Lconnrd Wood who probably did
the real work is not much heard of
Dawey is clearly falling out of tho race
of notoriety. Kooi-cvclt has already
captured a governorship out of his
sixty days military experience, ho has
mado 100,000 with his pen and cum
era, and has his oyo on the Presidency.
Poor, modest Dewey I If ho Isn't rep
rimanded for Haying tho Filipinos aro
more intelligent than tho Cubans,
he'll do well. It is tho ago of inkshed
G, W, Johnson and Company.
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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BV HOfrR UnOTMUHS
THURSDAY, MAY 26, 18W.
Dally, OnoTcar 93.00, in Adtrnnpo
Dally, row MouUui $1 OO, ! Advnnoo.
Weekly, One Your 01.00, in Alvnnco
A GOOD PLATFORM.
CQUAl, and Mart Justice an mdii, of what
pcfcoo, oorajiarflo, and frlnuiUhlp
(iouir-oiiUiiKlInK allancs with nono
Iorl of llin iUUj Kiirnrnronnta In all their rights.
m me moil corapoioni administration Tor our
domeatlo concern, suit tho a'irest bulwark
against antt-Itepublloan tndncloi tho proMr
VRllon or Uih Kunornl Kuvernniont In It wholo
constitutional visor n tliu hoal anchor ol oar
punca at horns ami safety ahroad freedom o
religion; frnrdotn oftlm proM--. ..-. Hint
prltiolpltKi form the bright constellation which
Iiu Konn bafure u, rttiil gulditd our ali'pt
through an age ol ruvnliithm nil rnfnrmalliin,
With pongs of jirnlmt nnd tliuuks-
giving, followed by hcukou of ttolemii
prayer, tho thirty-third hhuiiihd con
vention of tho International Young
Men's Christian Associations opened
this afternoon ut (Inind IttinldH, In tho
vast uudlenco that crowded tho conven
tion hall, millionaire railroad miignutou,
governors and ropreHoututlvo buslneHS
anil professional men Nit fide by nidi)
with wage-earners and humble local
' uvungellslri. J lie (t)mnliig mm Ion was
prodded over by I.ueien C. Warner, of
New York. After add rum of welcome
had Im'cii lellered and resiHimled to
nnd the tiKiial committees upiinliiU'd
there was n "Quiet Hour," conducted
bythoHov. William A. (iuerry, chap
lain of tho Unlvondty of tho South.
Tho session this evening will bo esjHia
lally nolablu by reason of the promt'
nenco of tho chief participants. Tho
work of tho Y. M. C. A. In tho army
and nnvy will bo tho general subject
considered. Hear Admiral John W
Philip will preside and among tlmi-o to
deliver luldrotwcH uro (Juuurul James A.
Heaver, Lieutenant Commander Albion
Wr-dliunm, U. H. N., nnd Hear Admiral
FrunnU .1. Illgglnson.
Nearly ovory day tho authorities of
city or state are naked lo up(otut dele
gates to some great conference in some
eastern state ami It is usually dime,
niter prefacing tho honor with tho du
bious compliment that anyone will 1k
niioiiiii.a who will go anil pay his own
oxjkmiwh. Ah a matter of fact, very few
of these- delegates ever go. We wish to
remark that If any cltlxon of Balom or
Oregon bus fftO or f 100 to spend for suoh
u purpose, tliat ho tloiiate it or puid
tho money to help the Chamber of Com
merce or Immigration hoard in their
work, Oregon can afford to help ul
tho easterns tatos lioom their unterprUes.
"Wo oun mmiui tlft.OOO to hooui the
r Omaha fair, or fWi.OJO to nO,(XX) on tho
I'uiU tuiHMltlon and the NuhrimU rail
road ninnagers and (Jormaii steuiushlp
lines will fool groutful to us. Hut after
nil, charity heitiiiuuth ut homo and ho
that providuth not for his own Is won)
thuu the pugau w ho lets his ow u mother
die In tho iioorhouiM.
In this year of our Lord and expan
sion, when Dewey Is coming homo, and
tho I'aglo has his talons fast in tho
frozen North anil his leuk planted in
tliu equator, whilo his wings Hap horn
the snow Hue of Asia to mld-Atlautle,
lot us not fail to celebrate "lest we
forgot, lest wo forget."
Tho war among Democrats for the
control of tho next national convention
will doubtless lw inaugurated In earnest
llcforo tho conference of tho national
committeemen which met behind closed
doors at the Planter's Hotel today has
Imhiii In session very long. National
Committeeman (htluiii, of Illinois, sup
ortcd, It Is said, by the committeemen
from Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin and
probably Kentucky, Is after the scalp of
Chairman Jones, of Arkuusas. and tho
memlHirs of his Ways and Menus com
mittee whom tho opponents of Hunutor
Jones declare have taken without au
thority tho management of party affairs
from tho national committee and placed
h in their own hands.
In speaking of tliu situation, Coin,
inltleemau (luliuii says; "Many mom
hers of tliu national committee think it
time for us to know where wu stand.
Wo have been Ignored by Jones. Illi
nois Democrats will not stand for such
work. Wo linvo proved our loyalty to
the Chlca ;n platform as few Democrats
have. Wo think wo amount to some
thing and deserve some recognition on
our merits. If wo can't get fair treat
ment, why, wu can look around for u
ehuueo to make a few combinations be
tween now and tho uuxt contention, and
having the third lurgest delegation, wo
can do it."
SI0N8 OF THE TIMES.
Although nothing has lcon published
announcing ofllelally the result of tho
conference of the Republican caucus
committee on tho currency question at
Atlantic City, the Indications aro that
the program outlined and to lw further
discussed when tho Hopublican Sena
torlal committee Joins the omjofthc
lower IIoum) is far from a radical ono
flosslp claims that .several Klnts have
neon settled, viz:
(1) Tho redemption of all obligations
in gold on demand,
(2) Tho rolssuo of redeemed green
hacks only in exchange for gold.
(3) Permitting national banks to
Issue notes to tho par of Imnds, Instead
of to only IK) per cent.
(i) Permitting the organization of
national hanks witli a capital of LT),000,
n-duclng tho minimum from $50,000.
It is further hinted that tho program
uumracoH omer jwints taken, as wero
tho above, from President McKlnley's
messages. This would mean :
(0) The reduction (or iibolitlou) of
tax on national bank notes.
(0) No national banknotes to Imi
Issued under $10.
(7) National banks to redeem their
notes in gold.
If this is all that the committee has
agreed' upon It Is manifest that the de
mands of currency reformers are only
...... f.. tl .. ...If it. I Ik .
jiiiriuiiiy MiiiHiieu. ;or is inoro pros'
eiitcd any wed del hied ssue for the
Hopublican party for 1000 except that
It would Is) planted more dollnltely
uM)ii tho gold side than In 18(1(1 and
likewise more firmly advocating tho
continuance' of the existing national
bank currency ,
Children deprived of fats
and mineral foods have
weak bones, flabby flesh and
thin watery blood.
Thc milk of nursing
mothers, enfeebled by chron
ic diseases, or long contin
ued nursing, produces the
Scott's Emulsion is cod
livcr oil partly digested and
with the hypophosphitcs,
forms a fat food which acts
on the infant through the
mother's milk, giving rich
blood, strong nerves and
sound flesh and bones to both.
5e. nJ fim, alt drygglMi. .
SCOTT & UOWNh, tlieiiilila, New Votlu
Tut: Jouiinai, has raised tho question ,
Has Halem nuy puhlle spirited women?
Tlio thought was suggested by tho fact
that tho number of public spirited men
is smallonly ton show lug up ut a meet
lug Monday night toarraugo u reception
for tho National ICdltorlal Association,
and no women. Women am large
property owners ut Kuloiu. A number
are in business, but they are not in tho
habit of putting themselves forward in
matters. Thuy constitute threo-fourlhs
of the church members, supMirt the Y,
M. C. A., conduct tho W. C. T. U.,
maintains the orphan's home, liospitul,
emergency corps, teach tho schools, con
duct tho lodge, roar tho children, grow
tho How ers, and If they had the ballot
would do nearly all tho rest of the lm-
Mrtaut work of tho community. Per
haps In addition they would be publle
spirited enough to turn outuud help ar
range for tho Fourth of July nnd editor
Tho Northwestern Duntal Association
, convened In annual sison in Kt. Paul
today with upwards of 300 doloflutiw In
attendance, from ull lurtsof Minnesota,
Iowa, Wisconsin and tho Dakota. Dur
ing three days that tho convention will
1h In dossIou, eminent muiuberti of the
profession will deliver uddresmw on the
latest principles of cavity preparations
and methods of Ulllng tevth.
It Is plain Dewey is in danger of being
forgot ten. Ho Is nt ym where ho wiunot
dlutulo Interview , write magaiiuo ar
ticles, mail govorumont roisirts, make
sieeohs, or announce his forthcoming
Imoks. There Is not uuothor hero of the
Spanish war lins so completely neglected
to tuku the public by continuous sur-
prise with reluctant mlmtsslous of his
(Mm opinions oi nis own groutmws.
IKiwey lias written no mugaxluo urtlclos,
mado no speeches, given no account of
how ho planned and fought tho battle of
Manila JUy. Dm he not fear to bo
isisslug swiftly from public memory?
IKhm he cling to tho antiquated belief
that simple deed not exploited by tho
doer constitute gnmtuos? Uxik ut Col.
ltiM)miiH! There's u man of different
mold. The story of Imw ho wmoohwl
mo iiiim of ruls hut u louimunt. l.o
ho iiitmtM It Hough KMorM. how ho mado
It whut it wus, how ho 11 U, how he
fought his butthM, how ho earn homo,
uto.,oto., Jeto., with it pltfttireuit wtoh
jxigo of J himsuK In tho vary uot of wur,
looking a llorw twhlnd mugtaww and
Mr. Ilryuu has uot fallisl to note some
of those Nliit; in ono of his recent
speeches ho said :
They Intend to give the absolute con
trol of iiaper money to the national
banks. They want lo Issue bonds In
place of greenbacks, tax tho people to
nay the Interest on the bonds and lower
the taxes on banknotes.
Ho added that the seheiuo wuh it
bountiful one to eriiilt banks to Invest
their money In government Ismds and
getting it back to Invest otherwise at the
same time. One might almost deduce
that Mr, llryan Is a "greenluckor" but
Hrhaps It Is only because ho needs tho
Populist (llat-monoy) vote. Ho has not,
however, given up tho plou for free
coinage of silver, j
It may bo lomurkod that oven public
men Improve by a study of tho currency
question, as was Illustrated in the recent
speech of Mr. llryan at the Jefforsonlau
dinner In Milwaukee, when ho practi
cally moderated his demadd for tho
ntttoof 1(1 to I in these werds:
"Hiiiiutiillisttti have contended that
times will 1hi made bettor by the return
of tho double standard and by tho In-
ereusod supply of standard .money thus
furnished for tho luminous of tho coun
try. While it is unnecessary to discuss
the question until some other ration is
projtoHi-d, It may uot ho out of place to
suggest that 111 to 1, doing the ratio at
which the present gold and silver coins
circulate, is the natural ratio ut w hlch
the mints should Ut iyohiiuiI."
It is no longer "Colonel Hummers,"
but hereafter it will Is) "Gcnoral Sum
A Halem mini who regularly has
aguo chills on Htiuday is talking of be
coming a Seventh Day Adventlst. 2CH
"The politician is my shopard; I
shall not want any good thing during
tho campaign. Ho loadcth me In tho
saloon for my vote's sake ; hu fllluth my
pocket with good cigars j my glass of
beor runneth over, IIo proparoth my
ticket for mo in tho presence of
my better Judgment. Yea, though
I walk through tho mud and
rain to vote for him and shout my
self hoarse, when ho Is elected straight
way ho forgetteth mo; lo, when I moot
him in his own olllce, ho knowcth mo
not, Surely the wool has boon pulled
over mine eyes all tho days of my life,
and I will kick myself forever." Ago of
Wait until tho trusts begin pinching
tho big papers by cutting down ad
vertising expenses, uud you will hour
it howl that will shako the universe. And
will come to th.tt in tho near future.
How the disinterested editors will
scream to too voting dupes to help
thorn kill the trust and save tho news-
pair's Idol, coiutxstitioii I Yankee
A teacher who cannot tell whether the
children have learned what they been
over without a month's reviewing is,
well, it luiH the merit of giving the slow
est a chance to catch up. Hut what does
It do to tho industrious and fairly bright
children? It keeps them taliiud to the
pace of tho slowest.
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Uniting News, FIcHod, Llterary, Hunch ana Dairy
and'Murkct News In attrac.tlye rcuduble form.
Is issued Thursday niornlngjlnltluie to reach all pans
of the state the same week.
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ple. Send for samples free.
How far this modllUxttlou, uud other
expressions in tho same direction, may
Iw regarded as Indicative of tho plat
form of the Democracy of UKX), Minuet
bo wild. .The Now York Tammany Mic
tion uppour to have put uslde silver us
nit issue; Mr. Perry lWlmont. chairman
of the 110 Jefferson dinner. i-.ir.i n,..t
Mr. llryan would not join that feast nnd
make peace; while his brother, Mr.
Oliver lUiliitout, ntUuulod the $1 dinners
wiiii .iir. liryun, and like Doouttir, says,
"Our glorious mrty, silver or no silt or
still our jwirty." Vm which of the
sous of the fonnor chairman of Democ
racy's national committee hits his man
Movements of Delegates,
The following delegates went to Port
land this morning via steamer Kntli:
.Misses t J race Babeook, Hlaucli Kant
nor and Kiln Kiuomuu, of Halem Con
gregational church ; Josephine Hibburd,
Hoxiina Thompson, of Wflhird, Congre
gational church; Misses Clara Albert,
Kdmi I'urdy, I.ulu McHullle, Dr.
Ketchum, and daughter, O. W. Jonks.
of Salem and 11. K. Tuttlo, of Hose
iIiiIh. Hev. Kvans, mid wife, of the
Hev. K. K. Clark, founder, of the
Christian Kudoavor movomunt passed
through Halem yesterday on his way to
Seattle, whoro he will lecture, return
ing to Portland to the Oregon statu
Hev. W. C, Kuiitoermid. daughter
roturnd from Dayton, this mornlmr
where Mr. Kantnorhad Ihiui to deliver
nn address and Miss Itlauchu was on a
musical program at the college to assist
The Prcverslty of Things,
"How the dickens do you keep your
lawn so free from dandelions, Jones?"
Tiuuiit selieme. 1 found when I triwl
t misi gntss I get nothing hut dandell
out, sol Miade a uhuugo and triwl to
"What good doe that do?"
"Igi nothing but gmat."-IIarpr'8
Tiii:;jouiinal has,thc fullest rerxirtof thedulnits of
the legislature and stato olllclals, as well in Indepen
dent, clear and concise eminent on all public mutters.
Ofleri traveWs choice
route east. They are all
O. K. & N, via Ogdcn and Denver.
Shasta Reute via Sacramento, Ogden
Shasta Route via Sacramento, Majote
A,qdaiiqyUe'line of ihrouph PULLMAN
PALACE and TOL' RISTsLEEPLRh, san
Francisco and Los Anceles to Chieag this Is
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agents of the O IV & N., O.
S. L., Southern Pacific, or he underslyned,
for folders and descriptive literature.
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SOUTH AND EAST
TE SHASTA RO'JTE.
RXPRESS TRAIKS RUN DAUY
8:oo A M
7:00 p Ml Lv... Portland. ..Ar
9.4S PMAr.... Salem ....Ar
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5'oor-M Ar Ogden... Ar ihopm
6:05 PM Ar Denver. . Lv 645PM
6 40 A M Ar . . . . Omaha . . . . Ar 8 50 A M
8-15 PM Ar .... Chicago ....Lv 6,30 PM
7.00 AM Ar, ..Los Angeles. ..Ar 935PM
815 PM Ar ... El Paso.... Ar 335PM
4,15PM Ar... Fori Worth. ,.,Ar 8 40 A m
7.55 A m Ar.. New Orleans. ,.Ar 40 PM
Pullman lust-clats and tourist sleepinK cars
attached to all through train . Tourist cars
through to Chicago without change.
ROSKDURO MAIL, , DAILYj
830 AMI Lv. . . Portland . . Ar
1055 AMf Lv.... Salem.... Lv
520 PM) Ar....Roscburg.. Lv
1 50r M
730 A M
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
i Itli one exception the through
trains of the liurllngton Route
are almost Invariably well-lilled
The exception Is our St. Paul
Clilcngo Limited. On the limited
tliero Is usually room and to
Don't Infer tlmt it is neither
so lino, nor so fut, as ANV train
of ANY other line between St
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trury, thcie Is no mure beautiful
train In America. It lias electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the mrt satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent and 11
lower bertli for everybody,
A. O. SHELDON.
Gen'l Agent, Portland, Or.
-- ' ol4ia in.
A Foul picnd
of disease is w hat sewer gits resolves it
self into, when your plumbing is Im
perfect. If your family becomes en
feebled, or sickness is prevalent, look to
your plumbing and rectify all defections.
As sanitary pluiolorH, steam and gas
litters, our work is unsurpusM'd.
HED FRONT LIVERY
First-Class Feed and Boarding
104 COMMKUCIAL STKKttT.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Figs for Commercial Men
8tabl In tame block Hotel Wlllaraotte.
3r.Sjfo teams mid eoinrortablo rig
formulas and family drlylmr a spes
lalty. Horsos boarded by day, week
or month and best of satisfaction
guaranteed. 3.1 tf
Orfgon Short Line Railroad
Tlie Direct ltonle to
iMontana, Utah, Colorado
anil all Eastern Points
Olvcs choice of two fnvorllo routes, via tli
Uiilmi I'liollio Knit Mall Line, or the
Itio (inutile Scenic Lines,
Look at the time
li Day toSjilt Lake I
-i Days to Denver
'H Days toChlcairo
4 Days to New York
Free ltc-cllnlnir Clmlr Ciirn. UplioMoreil Ton
Ut Slevplim Can, mill I'ullmnu I'nlucu
Sleir operated on hII tralni.
Kur furtlmr liiforinatlnn aiipl'i(o
HOISi: A llAItKT.lt, Aki'MU, Salem.
W K. COMAS'. Gen'l Agent
C O. TKItltV, Trav. Pain At
1JI Tlilr.1 S. I'ortlaml
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWKKN PORTLAND AND C0RVALLIS.
Mall Mains dally except Sunday.
Ml Lv.... Portland.. ArlS.'SoPM
M Ar....Corvallln.. Lvf iaoPM
Corvallli connect wit
730 AMI L.V. .
At Albany and
trains of the C.&E.Ry.
KXrRKSS TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
4.50 P M )
730 P M
. Portland.... Ar
. McMlnnville Lv
Direct connections at !ian rranciscu wuh
stearrshlp lines for HAWAII, 1APAN,
CHINA, 'IHEPHILLH'INES and AUS.
Tor through tickets and rates call o W.
W. SKINNEU, Depot Agent, or O- D.
UAUKILLSONClty 1'icketAgent, 232 Com-
metclal &t. Salem Of.
K. KOE1ILEK, Managei
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1 mm 11
314 COMMKUCIAL SI'RKI
Tclephune No, 3371
The Geo, M, Beclcr
Cobwebs about 11 liaiuo or usually tho ln
thRt thehouiiswifa han tuuiq than htt im1i,
liMHffH) Ofl about t that all lur nm
and strength no utilised Induing heavy mmI,
l5ial iltn uussoap In hrr vUaauig If kite
ft rji v ts vfj j
tll I 1 2b fLnf ' tiunu
li 'V w-tfflF
hvy woik would U Uehlwifil a I lit tlttU thing n
llMiecled. IMA Dul dui a uvnun lima ta it ilm la ,
Jf lesil, and limn to w. It it wucji Uw:nd dwimi than aoau fr
ulUlMing. fat grwtwt vtouumy liiy our laiK pjck jc.
THE N. K, FAJRBANK COMPANY
osowi Ji.toaj ww to tojtw
Tho UntiHtH have nturtwl In with grmit
vlgirtocoiivlnrtth oonh of tlm grt
oulturul Ktitiuns that tho rtontkm of
givonUiuka lij' the Hulmtitiithui of u ml-
Vail lltlttilf tkiln.w ....I
,v. .,,. v., 11111H, uuii ituMirnuiMit x
olmiigti of Blhur win for Its not) would
ntduiM th ruttw of intonwt and nwko
tho dn)iilntlon of inomvy i$ frw uh air.
Tlin ilunouiuw with i-tuiil 1gor, Jww
or, kith Stato and National Uiukiioto
olroulatlon, and hivoigh ugtiitist Hut oiU
m tlio "inimtQ- iMwur," lntrutHl to
iMiikv. tuoir iirt)nfrtiiiU in uctuuly
kHt up and mutiny U not jmrtI to wit
vIiwm tho ttitU-giwinliiioUir of tho orror
of hl way.
"Montiy" ban iiriittrtliiithU iiumbvra
(wiuniuntmtloii from tho Ho. Mr
HoUjU of tlu Kumwn Cotifurwuv,
whluh 1mwk tho oHJty mnojur tho
wtwtorn tbtUU. Thw lwv & u.ui.
wiiiijHxUltniry burwm hi MinnMvi)ul
muuu is uiKxting tno larmlng kvotkm
ol tho imlott with tract and immphUiu
dgniHl tg lmiM ttits ihjjvi that
fttioUior grvat wwniioM U wutowtiUitl
ihvauw npiuwt tnun dmatul minl
tunmvji' from O10 gottrnmni.
Kurtz & Hamilton
Always to tho front with host
riuoNiind jmIIoIosIii the loading
D) you want worK, or nuod help
Apply at onco.
Mitkon snocinity of nil kiikih of
Sheet, btcel und Galvanlzod Iron
work rjoflug and guttering, u full
line nf I'umps and pump tlulngs.
I'rouiptwork and roiiMiuable prices.
Wo carry In stock tho Fairbanks
wind mill. Cull und see us before
ulvlug your order for mill or tank.
When we read of an elephant hunter who
ha en trampled to death In the tUU of
India, wc wonder at the foolhtdinc of a
man who will twvcl round the woild and
endure ;all uiannci of hardship, in order to
comt death 111 fr aayjunVle a . nwn
doe. not have to, make journey to India
fSo'lhardy001"1 U"th '" BUBr
niousanjliorhard wotklnf men arc daily
utttuii death In a much more V..SK
THOMIT W011K AND LOW PRICES.
of uny klud?
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When pnuple are contemplating a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the liest service o' talnable so far
as speed, comfort and wfutv is concerned
Employe of the Wisconsin Central Linos are
paid 13 serve ihe t ublic and our trains are
operated so as to make clo c connections
with diverging line at nil junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Cane.
In order to obtain this firstckss service,
ask Ihe deket agent lo nell you a ticket tover
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ox. Bun1 BTKAMEUS, 4 t. m.
Hatur- To Astoria and way Lnnitltigs, ox Sun.
10 p, in.
Leave! """"" """""" " ArSa-
Hnlom I WII.LAJIKTT1: IlIVKIl lorn
7,1 A pm I'ortlmid. Nowljcri; and way 1 i. ui.
JTiu I landings. Muns
nnd Sat Frl
10 n, 111, T11
Mon Fur n.i) ton Tliur
Frl 3:30 pm
Ijchic I VII.I.AMi:rrK IllVKIt lem
Halt in rormllU Allxoiy und Way 10 a. m.
TuTIni 1'oliiu. Mini .
But I Weil
3 p. m and Frl
01 IAS. A. CLOCK.
26 Stark Street,
you want to die?
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIV1SIO.N.
Daily boats to Portland as aSove.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg City
if the steamers are delayed there ouud
trip tickets to all.pointsin Oregon WMhlnjj
ton, or California. Connect'oi made at Poit
land with all rail, ocean ondnver line
W. II. HUKLUUIU.
Coa'l Pas. At. Portland, t)
d. M. POWERS. Agent, Trade street dock
IIOISE & BARKER,
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
Connecting at YAQUI.S'A with the
YAQlllNA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Flrt-la; In evor ro cct. Tlio above
Heamor la duo to rail from Yaqulna
every eight da.
AH Moil ar towby BotHe,, mt R
tx on llHwro of 81c for retninrini;
in now on wl WH W mM U tJ)H bh0
of Sim II. WMu, wl Co. Ht High
tm. nfitH-Mlto Mm Cimrt Hohw.
Do you want to getwell?
Bhonost lloute iietween
Itelwceo Valley Points and San Francisco
Mbany and points West to San Francisco
T F. & l. A.
If)otiant to IUp kpn rluht on fillln
Ulwn will, UIVUli, 1 ' .fV"". "n ."''"'
fciroi, without ever lcavin
Modern Woodmen t America Steamboat
l VMtlia lm
much more certain I . t. , 1 . .. '
vIm..i... .:.','." I On Krldiiv itviiiiim. M. m,i .,.
lairts or eltie Th., : " '"1" ""Vvc ' " I 1 l.i , m,,; "V.iS. ," .ol"'"M'r
i.et th.irh.Iiti: .-:; '" "S" wnu ' ",.?." "A ."TV "' " '" u- 11 11 rtr
raun : .i.it. t.Z. "' " men ho ihmiiis. niouiioninytr'n till ondiOdtra
ln.utacUn?,ynouh?e,,t Thl TuHho '''' " tr mU by hhiuw- of
.uffvr. from bilious or nervous dUod,r? lw on,l'r' U
ho has a weak stomach and au Impaired . .
.7 1 l ; ,. e lwr to eat. -' juy ivbuii ui iiwKivoiMI Uv-
coiiuiiiouh uro wuitior. uoiisunui-
ejuioiwv. K0.I0I DyaiHiivsiu
tinU thUhv ufflk'tillr a ..ni.l
Stone Dnii; StorM.
.t . .; --, aui uii.iiic-111 11
inroil Ami litvnal .tr..i..u. .l . ----,., .
to cou.umpuon-" UmZ the $ Now Vour Time.
wi .t.!.,,opf.U)ru,w 4,,a IM he . ' Ssiliuol Shoos. 1, worth 3 ut
S-WffXtSr vuiUtrxHd, imrthotUiiUxu ,ktf
11 mviiotatea the liver aud nuriSe in .-.
rt nr !.
; ;i., ;-a?"?fc""u ""., '?,. pfp r"v
l,,...ui. i.T. ' 1 " Vuu",ou' wurt "'ii unit
nsd.thtutheKuU.ofaomff.ulm.Udy IMn) l.rvv
cure. o3 wr Vuf ,1i,",V i ,,C? f V li.-
Steam Dye Works,
No. 1W5 Coiunioroial treot
uprntolto Wlllmnetie hotel.
Laillite and Rentleuien's
olullilnk' cloitned, dyl, re-
WtinkeU eleautMl or dvod
ind nicely finished. Kid
govosi cluaned, luo; uwl
DR. J. F. COOK,
Ollke 301 I.ilwrty Street, Suit in, Or.
IT. -- a I
to'&cs .o"ir..r.''r,. 9 m. n.
J.TUKNKIt Agent, Albany, Ore.
WII.UMKTTE HIVKIt DIVISION
STEAMER WM. M, HOAG,
Captain cieo. Kaabe.
IliltiiilliK Ueteen Portland and Pnrv.lil.
atopplmr at all wy landing, a,m t0"'.
-w...- lunulas, jnunKlayi and Si.ndays.
1 a, 111.
...... 7 u. in.
wnetlilouAf itud Is
n ami hU roluT,!!.
'Jem i7 . e1,r b r;. "S
Iiwl About and mi-rt.r
Kf&Ull&tft (Ll tvrii Idtfll.
a . . . '- ' . ivauiii nturmiii ikii a..
k s ivxzrzz '" k m
rich, ihe Wol n u ibt -wVi bSS' l'einoltt, luarjnn. and wiwo,dnK.
Uratlv.. H 1. the best of all kiion wed l '?' v C,u,. X ,his b- al wv
kin., for aervoua diaordera. l)alet ll H ''tort Wll. Stone )ne &,
" wwlo ium. n 1
"at bob uot ouly a ijiHjd
HI llfl lUU lukn lt.1 .......
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7.rrL7rL,?.l,X ""w Q slni, but iV.
luMne. Hlwra hi. ,U7iIf """ ,rv(W Wrunt
tout-him '" uw nwltate
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au4 ll c4 VTli Jd -TS1!.4"'"?
blooj I to
1 suUyou Natural MiHrl Watw. ltM
iwiwrtli. Try It. ,rr wle K-th
m uiuiiiuim iimN. t.
Ifvouhavapllo3.00RB thotu. No
unj uudivolUK liorrlbla nratus.
lut your couttdenco lu OeVltta
WlloU IlaulSilve. It will not all
lootire YOU.-Stone nrujrSluwa.
shoe your lions. ihm .
tiavea i..iiH...i .."."'. .uur F""P
ieieDlione2195. 4.1 tr
' s owy en
W Uwst lo im4 a
If )u ai Hfsncer. uV
Jr 4iliUr, he ill tell
ilUJ JXWf. 4.151 WB
S. C, STONE, M. D.
Stone's Drue Stores
i..-c. r"" -' " "' "
,. . BR- 8TONK
" '- mm HUM lk attklg fr
'" ""m' aaswuiwan ae sv)ritMiu.
Salem's Great Surprise.
:idaS-Sr WWi l-,
tun. afe'rvi.rL-rT' "'".
lAVeil A 11,11 11 r - -
Ules Bueua Vista. :n:: 8 a' S'
4avM Iiu leneudenct). 11 0 1' "
Arrh e I'urtland.ZIUZII'ZZI-M
Ol'-MomUys. WeliHd).aiid Fridays.'
leaves Portland 6 a ra
I-vtw ImteiHiiidsueirJLnZUr:' ewiV m
Arrhe OorvaAl.TZZZZZrilieS ft m
.J.h0 tnier has been equlpned with nrst-
plo 00,umodutlol. tualudlny an eleiant
Unsurpassed for carrylnit both freight and
UoflkFHitof Stale street.
0. MAKRTZ, Anent.
Tho Intor-Stato University Systom
of Musical Instruction.
K. II. BCOTr, D.
A National Okop
,. Sor th nefit of
Poi'tU of prlrata Teacher
uSs,ftslrG,,',, inm & "-
Kiplanatlon of the intern In detail
In th column.
ami Uosibor of the Faoultr
SMKleo over Hr NatlSSaf iffllld,,
Oaa wW pUie. opea far jf 4nceJ pUje'r, ta
Screen Doors and Windows.
Semw cloth otc, Poultn
1$, ljlu:t ,'eiiQing of all
Ktmls aiul shinglea.
SAUttM JTECNOE WORKS,
ALTXX AIOKUSV. Prop,
0 tttate Street.