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257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
TOE DAILY J0OB1UL
BY HOVKH BHOTBBH8
TUESDAY, DEO G, 1BIM).
Daily, OieYer 3,00,la Advance
DUy, Tew MobUm $1.00, U Advance
Weakly. OaaYaar 4U.00, to Advance
THE EDITORIAL EXTREMES
At the head of tho editorial pago of
the Oregonlan under dato of Novombor
18th tho following appeared as a part of
tho first column leador of that "ancient
and honorable" publicatien:
'lil nctor. a briefless lawyer, an
liicomsetent editor, a statesman for
revenue only.n oolnor of sounding words
and unMiiiK pnrasou wrni is me uunur
,raln nlfiirlnir for tlio nrosidencv.
"A gradnato of tho Ohio school of
rwillUoH. a man Without convictions, a
ItKtv ntiimrtunlat. an nbloct follower of
mi hi in rlamnr. an anoatlo of medlovul
tariffs, h sacrlflcer of public Interest to
private ana caUallstic onus, a uoirayor oi
civil service roiorm vuai m mo w'
llcan offering for tho prrtidency.
"It is a forlorn outlook, but It s, ap
parenlly, hopeless of amendment.
If th contents of this arsument bu
tme, tho It-tuler of the Democratic party
U a "lunutlc" and tho leador of tho
lletmblhsan imrtv a "moral linliecllo,"
Tins JotmxALdid not support tho Mo
Kinley ticket In 1B00. It Is opjosed U
tho Mark, Ilanua methods, whothor In
rli v. couatv. statu or nation. Hut tho
above IsHHktr to Mr. Jlrynn and unjust
ki Pn-sldttnt MeKInlev. As for tlio
former hn la ahlo to take euro of himself.
Alone afld single-handed ho Is able to
take cans of hlintelf ns Is no othor one
Individual public man In tho nation.
His campaign lu Ohio, loaded down us
ho was with a divided Democracy, and
against n campaign (und gathered from
all the federal otllee-holdtrs In the
nation, oven to tho contributions of
Ofeson country Kostmantors, was so
able and vigorous that It has put tho
president's state In tho doubtful column,
ami has compelled the announcement
that Mark I latum will not bo In charge
of tho next national campaign.
JHoKlnley'fl first cabnot was chosen
with no expectation of having to con.
duct a foreign war, or else it had been
composed of different material. Ah it
was MeKlnley did Just what any man
aunt do who accepts party nomlna
tlon ho chose his advisers from among
tko who brought altout his nouiliia
thm and election. That explains Alger
Imm and all tho scandals he has sulfered
McKlnley's prewnt cabinet seeins to
he a strong ahlo harmonious body of
Men, They are conducting Important
public affairs with safety, dispatch ami
ivcces. If they bring tho war in the
I'hilipplnes to a conclusion that com
Mwd iUell to tho patriotic impulses
ami commercial Interest of our country,
ami subttltuto n good civil government
lor KpanUh despotUm ami misrule in
all the islands that have fallen under
AKwIcau control what more can any
rsaionalilu man demamlY
MeKlnley Is not u saint or a reformer.
Iliihlh tariff system will break down,
m will the specious fallao of Itepuhli-
Spmrkling Glmmm Wmro
Cut glass, or any
kind of glass ware,
wisdow panels and
jtiirrora will sparkle
if you use Gold
Bunt. It does the
work your muscle
kas to do when
yon use twap.
W . i rmi company
V PV f rWl
IN ALL KINDS,
IN SOME KIND.
eanlsm that It Is the mission of a mil
Ileal party to produce Individual pro
perlty. .Mark Hannatsm and the pol
Itlcal partnership with trusts and syn
dicates will be rejected by tho bettor I
sentiment of thoenllro American people.
Hut the editorial extremist who can see
nothing good or beneficial in tho Me
Klnley administration is altogether
To Curo n Cold In Ono Day
Tk ttaiallvo Itronio (Jnliilne Tnlitet.
tlriiKKltU lelnmt tho money irtt fall l 'urc
K. V. (Irof ' Ignaliiru ia nn (inch lxi
Continued irom Flnt I'ago.
tiry estimates that tho receipts for tlio
current fiscal year will aggregato f 0 10,
058,112, ami uion tho basis of present
appropriations tho expenditures will
aggregate 1)00,1)58,1 12, having n surplus
of $10,000,000. Increased activity in
Industry calls for a larger volume of
In its earlier history the Jsiitlonnl
banking act seemed to prove a tvaaoiia
bio aveuuo through which needful add!
lions to the circulation could from time
to time I hi made. Changing conditions
Imvo apparently rendered It now Inoper
ative to that end. Tlio high margin In
liond securities required, resulting from
tho largo premiums which government
bonds command in tho market, or the
tax on note Issues, or Isith osratlng
together, npjM'ur to bo the Influ
ence which impair Its public safety.
Tlio attention of emigres') 1s Invited to
this matter with a view of ascertaining
whothor or not such reasonable modifi
cations can bo made in tho National
hanking act as will render Its service in
tho particulars hero referred to more
responsive to tho people's needs. 1 again
urge that tho National banks be author
I red to organlrtt with a capital of
I urgently recommend that to support
tlio existing gold standard und to main
tain thu parity In value of the coins of
the two metals (HOLD AND HILVKIl)
and thoeipuil pmtorof every dollar at
all times In tho market ami hi tho pay
ment of debts thu secretary ol tho treas
ury ho given additional jvower and
charged with thu duty to sell bonds and
to employ such other effective means as
may be necessary to those, ends. Thu
authority should iucludu the power to
oil bonds on long and short time, us
condition may require, and should pro
vide for a rate of Intercut lower than
that llxe by the nut of January 1 1,
1K70, lillo there Is now no commer
cial fright wliloh withdraws nld frofn
thu government, hut on thu contrary
such wide-spread wmlUlonco that gold
seeks tno treasury, uemamiiug pacr
munoy In exchange, yet the very sltua
tfou K)luts to thu proMtutas tho most
tilting time to maku nderiuato provision
to insure tho coutinuaaco of the gold
standard aud of public confidence In thu
ublllty and purMit of thu goornment
to meet all Its obligations In tho money
which tho clvlIUcd world recognises us
tho best, Thu lluauolal transactions of
tho government ura conducted upon u
Provision Against Panic.
Happily at thu present time we are
mitci)inHlhd to resort to loans to sup
ply gold It has Wen done in the past,
however and may lmt to bo done In
the future. It behooves us therefore to
piovidoat once the best means to meet
in school? Then you have
often heard them complain
of headache; have frequently
noticed how they go about
in a listless, indifferent way,
does grand things for such
children. It bringsa healthy
color to their checks,
strengthens their nerves, and
gives them the vigor that be
longs to youfli. All delicate
children should take it.
. nd $l co, tl drutglttt.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chnnhtt, Nw York.
the cinereencv when It arises and the
best means are thoce which aro the
most certain nnd economical. Thoie
now atithorlsoil have tho virtue neither
of directness or economy. Wo have al
ready eliminated one of the causes of
our financial plight and embarrassment
during the years 18!):i, 18IM, 18"'i and
189(1. Our receipts now opial our ex
penditures j deficient revenues no longer
creuto nlurm. Lot us remove tho only
remaining causo by conferring full nnd
iieccsmiry jKiwer on tho secretary of tho
treasury and Impose upon him thu duty
to uphold tho present gold standard nnd
preserve tho coins of THE TWO MET
ALS on a parity with each other, which
is the repeatedly declared ol!cy of the
A Oootl Point.
lji this connection, I repeat my for
mer recommendations that u jwrtlon of
thu gold holdings shall be placed In a
trust fund from which greenbacks shall
ho redeemed upon presentation, hut
when once redeemed shall not there
after bo puid out, except for gold. Tho
President urges congress to old tlio Am
erlcun merchant marine, expressing tho
opinion that tho Judgment of tho
country favors this policy. On the
subject of trusts ho says:
The Trust Question.
Combinations of capital organized
Into trusts to control the conditions of
trade among our citizens, to stlllo com
petition, limit production anddetermiuo
tho prices of products consumed by the
people aro provoking public discussion
und should early claim the attention of
congress. The subject Is ono giving rlso
to many divergent views as to the na
ture and variety or tho cause and ex
tent of tho Injuries to tho public, which
may arise from largo combinations, con
centrating pioroor less numerous enter
prises ami establishments which pre
vious to tho formation of tho combina
tion were enrrhd on separately.
It Is universally conceded that combi
nations which engross or control the
market of any particular kind of mer
chandlso or commodity necessary lo tho
ireueral community by suppressing nat
ural ami ordinary competition whcieby
pricos are unduly enhanced to tho gen
eral consumer, aro obnoxious not only
to tho common law, but also to the pub
lic welfare Thero must ho a remedy
for tlio evils Involved in such organiza
tions. If thu present law can ho extend-
ed more certainly to control or chuck
these monopolies or trusts, it should ho
done without delay. Whatever jniwer
tho co.igress Hisscsses over tills, most
important subject should bo promptly
nxsertalncd und nxscrtcd. An act to
protect trade and commerce against un
lawful restraints and monoo!loi wan
p.ued by congress July 2, 181K).
Thu mesNago ipiotes from President
Cleveland's moxsago, of December, lSHil,
whiuhsays: "Even thiugh it maybe
found that federal authority is not
broad enough to (ully reach the caso
there can be no doubt of the ner of
thu several states to net effectively in
tho premises, aud there should he no
reason to doubt their willingness tnju
dtcloiiidy exercise such power."
btate Control Pacts, I
Continuing President MeKlnley says :
The state legislation to which President
Cleveland looked for relief from the evils
of trusts has failed to accomplish fully
that object. This is probably due to a
great extent to the faet that different
views as to thu proper way to discrimin
ate ImjIwooii evil and injurious combin
ations und tliOMi associations which are
boncllctat and necessary to tho business
prosperity of tho country. It Is appar
ent mat uuiiorinity oi legislation upoiii
this subject In the mi vend states Is much
to Ik desired.
"The reasons presented a year ago for
the early oonstructlon of the Mearuugua
canal, say thu menng ''are even
deferring to our rotations with
foreign rovernments the message ' says :
"Our relations with dcrmauy coutinuo
to l.o most cordial. Apart from the
iuostlons growing out of. the Alaska
boundary, tho most friendly disposition
ami ready agreement have marked tho
discussion of tho numerous matters
arising in the VAST AND INTIMATK
Intercourse of thu U. S. with tireat
South African War. ,
This government has maintained an
attitude of neutrality in the unfortu
nate contest between (treat llrlt-
ulu and tho Hoer states of Africa.
Had circumstances suggested that tho
jMirtlej to the iititt rrel would have wel
comed any kind expression of the
hopo of tho American people that the
war might be averted good olllces would
havo been glady tendered.
The President strongly twommemls
tho construction of a cable Uth Phil
ipplncs. Continuing he says!
Prredom for Cuba.
Hy a Joint resolution adopted by con
gress on tho 10th of April 1, 18!W the
U. S. disclaimed any disposition or lu
te ition to exercise sovereignty, juris
d'.ctlon or control over Cuba, except
for the pacification thereof and assorted
it- determination when that was ac
complished .to leave tho government
and control of tho Island to its peo
ple. The pledge contained In this res
olution Is of the highest honorable obli
gation and must be scarcely kept. We
must seo to it that free Cuba bo reality,
not a name, a perfect entity, not a
hasty experiment, bearing within Itself
the elements of failure.
The Dawes commission refxirtB that
gratifying progresa has been made In its
work during tlio preceding year, The
Held work of enrollment of four of tho
nations lias been completed, I recom
mend that congress ntnn early day mako
liberal appropriation for ixlucalionnl
purposes in tlio Indian territory.
Census of igoo.
In accordance with the net of congress
approved March; ft, 18!), tho preliminary
work in connection with the twejfth
census Is now fully under way. The
ollicers required for tho proper admin
istration of tho duties iinKscd have
(wen selected. Tho provision for se
curing a proper enumeration of the pop
ulation us wull ns to secure evid'enco of
tho industrial growth of the nation is
broader and more comprehensive than
nny similar legislation in tho past. Thu
director advises that every needful effort
Is being made to push this great work
to competition in tlio tlino limited
by the statute. It is believed that tlio
twelfth census will emphasize our re
markable advance in all that rcrtuins to
Tho agreement secures to tho govern
incut thu principal and interest of said
bonds, amounting to $58,812,715.48,
There has been paid thereon f 11,7(32,-
ntj.12, which lias been covered into tlio
treasury dud tlio remainder, paynblo
within ten years with Interest at Hie
rate ofllper cent pernniium paynblosemi
annually is secured by tho deposit of an
NUal amount of first mortgage bonds ol
thu Pndilic Hallway Companies. The
amounts paid and seen nil to be paid to
the government on account of the Pa
eiflc railway subnidy claims are:. Union
Pacific, cadi ff'8,-148,22.1.75; Kansas
Pacific,. rash il,:i0.J,000? Central ami
Western Pacific cash flI,7l)S,:iU.H.
Notes secured t!7,0.')01l"2.ytl. Kansas
Pacillc dividends for dellcieney, duo V.
S., cash (821, 81)1.70 making a total of
I2I,-J2I,W7.01.' Tlio whole Indebted-
iiojs was about f i:S0,(HX),0U0, more than
half of which consisted of nccruid Indr
est, for which sum thu government has
realized the entire umuutit, less about
0,000,000 within a period of two yenrs
Forest Re jci vet.
On .tune 30, 1KU8, there were ::o for
est reservations (exclusive of the
Vfognack forest nndflsh culture reserve
in Abulia) embracing nu estimated area
of 10,710,17-1 acres. During the past
year two of tho existing forest reserves,
the Tiabuco canyon, California, ami
Illack Hills, South Dako;a, aud Wy
oming, imvo been considerably enlarged;
the area of tho Mount Hauler reserve, hi
the state ol Washington, lias been
somuwhat minced and six additional
reserves have been established, namely
the San Francisco mountain. Arizona,
tlio Illack Mesa, Ariz; l.nkc Tahoe,
Calif; (iallatiu, Montana, (ilia Itiver, '
New Mexico, and FMi hake, I'tnli, the !
total estimated area of which is 5,
02.',772 acres. This makes at tliopres
Thr k na BEAUTY wHhsut
HEALTH. "Faworlta Pr.
crla44nM nwkaa woman
BEAUTIFUL ay making (ham
HEALTHY. It makaa weak
woman STRONB and
alck mihm WELL.
tdmBZ A Ulii i
& m "
irl " Vli , pi
lias Minrrf Mfc I.
J. P. RQQBRS.I
lCCKOlt IO NUVKintMAN 4 R0OKU8.
Pine Wines, Liquors, CiGflRsi
218 COMMERCIAL STREET,
EUmirlaaua traatninnl nt all tlmaa.
FTtlLLI UJJ (J I LI 1 II UI IU U LLLLLU I IJ LI LI (1 IU I LI 1 1 f
cut time n total of 30 forestry reserva
tions, embracing an estimated area of
4fl.021.8W acres. This estimated area
is tho aggregated areas within tlio
boundaries of tho reserves. Tho lands
actually reserved aro however, only the
vacant public lands therein and these
have - been set aside nnd reserved for
sale or settlement in order that they
maybe of the greatest uso to tho peo-
nle. Protection of the national forests
Inaugurated by the department of tho
interior in 1897 has been conntinueii
during the past year and much has been
accomplished In the way of pre
venting forest fires and the protection
of tho timlwr. There aro now largo
tracts covered ty forest which will
eventually 1k reserved and set apart
for forest life.". I ntil that can be done
congress should increase the appropri
ations for the work .of protecting the for
ests. For the Orangeis.
- Tho department of agriculture Is con
stantly consulting tho needs of produc
ers in ull the states nnd territories. It
is introducing seeds nnd plants of great
value and promoting fuller diversifica
tion of crops, drains, grasses, fruits
Continued ou Third I'ge
Ur. Bull's Cough Syrup Is Still in the
lend, The people scan to Ilka this
old reliable cough medicine, aud wc
.hiti't blimu them; It Is the best rem
edv for a deep-seuted cough or cold,
und will effect a cure In one day.
Mrs. It. Chtiiclilll, Merlin. Vt says,
'Onrbahy was covered with rtinultur
sfirei. DeWltt's Witch 'llnzel Halve
cured her." Ilewuro of worthless
counterfeits. hto..e9 Drug Stores.
A LTFJ5 SATED.
Dr. J. F, Cook, tho Uotnnlcnl Spoo
allst. Succoods Whoru Othor
To whom It may concern :
This Is to certify that Hertha P. Con
ner, of Mt. Angel precinct, Marion coun
tv. Orci'on. 1ih suffered from a cancer-
ouh growth in tlio leftear for about three
years, iiiogrowin was cuioui iwico nnu
bunted out once by Albany Physicians,
but tho growth canto back as bad
ur ever, and naiiied her so badly that
she had to be taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Palejn, Oregon, the Uotnnical
Sneciallst. tho erowth entirely dlsap-
neared. and at this date, our month
since treatment was begun, the growth
lots not reappeared, ami the ear has en
tirely healed leaving only tho scars in
dieted by thu Albany doctors.
f hereby certify Hint tho above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Her
tint P Conner, tho person mentioned
In tho allldavlt, has resided in uiyfain
ily since early childhood, bearing the re
hftionship lo mo of niece.
II. O. Lo.no.
SnbscriU'd and sworn to before mo
th-s eighth day of June, I800. W. W
Hall, county clerk of Marlon county
SALEM HOP BUYERS,
,.SQ U IIUS l! AHilAll.
No. fi5 State 8t. 'Phono No. 1221.
AVM HIM rV!N & CO
Hush Ihtlldhur, Commercial st.
(ground lloor). Olllcu telephone
v, i tn
II. .1. OrrKNiiKiMKit, Manager.
Olllcu over I -add & Hindi Hank,
Phono No. tOl.
b'AHJSR & XJ2IS.
Albany t Salem. Salem ofllco,
222 Commercial st. (ground floor)
Neckermaii & lingers' hldg.
Phono No. 1121. Olllces: New
York and Ixmdon.
CATLIN & LINN.
Olllcnovur Woller's gcoceiy store.
Phono No. 211.
Ono door west of D.tlrymplu's
store (ground lloor). 'Phonu No.
& CO. Ofllco over Johnson's
Clothing store, in Hush -Hrey man
P A LLVESL.EY & CO
Commercial st. Second stair south
of Jjtdd A Hush bank; room 18,
upstairs. 'Phone 1211.
WIiuleMule fruits, rrodure. etc
io lull. Ware-1
Salem, Ohtjoii. Ofllco; Insur-
i tuice tiiot'i:. i'lionu
iioihk), ui waiiucu
A. M. HUMPHRFYriCO.
Iluy und store wheat, uata nnd
. other gniin. liny jiutnUM. Ahx
dti ehoppint; mul oleantni;. , 270
toiniuitreial at. 'I'lionu -7(1:1,'
CHAS. L. DAILEY
At Wallace warehouse Salem.,
lluyn drhsl (ruita und otato!s for
sAlem i owges
lJ. J. V. V.
in No. II. Meets turery l-'rldar itn
A. O V. W- hall, 8Ul lua. 14.1k
.('. V W. A. Moorei, clerk, room
las. Tiai iu
1 01USTtCH Ote XW1CKICA
( ditlt dhf rwtMkl Kort No. 19. Ucet iiUt
I iil tii in Tinner block
'il. -n eejr
'. Ntllen. l'. . A, I
ll II LI UJ I LLU U 1 1 LLLI
EYA F. COX)
Teacher of Piano ami Organ,
Studie: 333 Front St.
In now prepared to recelro a few more pnplla.
N(HI7 ilrloinl. . 1U-W
'aUstos Wd69ieaj kvisccx,
S ? ? '
Sfcwfccc - W
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OE MUSIC.
Mr. O. I., Stout, Portland's finest teacher of Guilnr, .Mandolin and Hanjo, has
been engaged to tuaeh in tho COM.KUK OF .MUSIC on Tuesday of eneh week,
IteginniiiK on Noomber Srtth. Mandolin nnd Guitar club free to pupils. Hero is
11 rare clinnee for all who tlesire to study these instruments, lor recommenda
tions, tuition and lesson hours, npplr to .. . ,. ,
FKAXOKSCO SELKY, Dean, College ol .Music,
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Eft; finders Willman
uver First Nations! Hank.
C't;: in Piano Foe playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio hours from 0 to 12 nnd 2 to 6.
TWO FINE NEW PIANOS TN STUDIO FOR
USJiJ OF PUPILS.
The Orient Insurance Co.,
. OK HAKTKOKp, CONN,
Surplus lo Policy Holders 1,314,010.
Will insure you against loss by fire; for terms enquire of
THOMAS BOLTON, Resident Agent.
Journal Ofiice. Salem, Ore.
Growers can make big money out of new Strawberries.
100 strong plants will produce 5000 plants if put out
now besides about half a crop..1 have plants of
TliNNIESSEE, M'KINLEY, RUBY, IDEAL, DOUBLE CROPPER,
DOWNINGS PRIDE, SAUNDERS, SHUCKLESS,
CERVERA, DU MAUR1ER. '
Send for free catalog descriptive of varieties and culture
EtIF2l, Salem, Ore.
(STEINER &BERGER, 130 State Street.
TM"""MM!; ii n.,.i. n , , ,mmm
- - --. (V T
Is now acknowledged ihe richest gold Field in the
world. Oregon has mst as profitable mines. One of
the surest sources of profit is to save a little on'Jyour
SlPSfiJlS fr tlU'S Plletoreisa
MNbST GROCERIES, LOWEST
PROMPT SERVICE IN TOWN.
HARRITT St LAOJRENCP
OLD lOSTOJTKK UllOCBIlV. . "W.
M.CHAWU,CIV.Uim FALLS, OHIO.
Makes b'pcoaltlea ol the Strawber.-y and
Tlio 11111 never shone on hetter va
rjetios than ho grow. Catalogue I&sueil
it Nhruary. Send postal for it now
wluloyoti think of it. 11-6 lm d&w
. E. kDWAKIVi. . C. UATTHatVH.
1 Edwards & Matthews,
FRBH AND CURED HUTS
IVit Mt-it !
Nr Car Bm.
hn Stau Kt.
Ro RtorubliM or oulnneti Dr.
Aisoclste Teacher Vetern Contva
toiy, Kansas City, Mo., rer-reicntlng
the Interstate System, at Salem. Ore.
Over First Nitlonal hank. Kesidcrce
376 Charch street. Studio houts-9 to
12, and 2 to5.
":if you want
steel range or a
a nice, new
than you have, we will make
liberal allowance for your old
one in exchange.
Buy the "Home" Air Tight
oiove, anti tne "Home Steel
Range made at Salem -- the
best Heating and Cooking
Stoves on the market.
PRICES AND MOST
RED FRONT LIVERY
First-Class heed and Boardire
PAGE & STEPHENS
Best Rigs for Commercial Men.
HUWm In urn. t,!oek olei wilUmett.
SOUTH AND EAST
TE SHASTA ROJTE
Southern Pacific Co,
EXPItESS TRAINS HUN DAILY
s:l5Alj Arfa Krsncl.et: j I 18
JU V M Ar 0tlen.Z 77
co ihm Ar El iw i'l
.-25 v'u New orieyrist::;
7-W p jl
fit I M i ,
..! 1 1 n
7-45 I' M
&M A M
ltfl) ! M
(S'M V M
...Ou.Ipi, ..' 'WAM
Ar im Anee i. .MM M
Ar El I'mo
..NewOrleariV":'! 18 A M
Pullman first class and tourliTiuVr
Intr cars attached to all tiir?,T
trains. Prompt connection, ni. "''
ver, Omulia und ChlcaiTo will? iS?
for other eastern cities. lrult"
WEST SSI DE DIVISION, "
BKN POIlTLANti avi. ....'
Mull trains dally oxwpt BuU,V!8-
7iT0 A M I
11.M l M
I.T. l'nrtl.,1,1 ,
1 6.,'X) . H
' 1.20 P M
Ar r."-. tv-- r
Albany nmi f'iirontn
with trains of tHo(J. & e. ;.'"""
'" 1 ij i'T.....riirtlanil Ar
7:: ! il I.T...eMliiBvlli; ...hi
( 4 )
Direct ctinnectloiH at Bun Franei,.
co wltlhHiciuusliip Hues for Hawaii
JAPAN, THE PIIIL1PP NRs ANIi
WhKIBNKR0t,i?nd ,ralACS tfa "
. )V. blvlMiilt, Depot Auent nr
O. D. OAUttlELSON'city Wkci
Aircnt,L.iaCoinnierclul St. Siile.u Or.
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O. MARK II AM, G.F.&P.A. Portia
Corvallfs & Eastern Railroad
i For Ynnulnn:
Train leaves Albany. . .
Train leuves (Jorvallls.
Tialo arrives Yaqulna
IW5 p. ui.
l:f5 p. in.
":i" p. in.
Leaves Ymiulnu u-ooa m
Leaves Corvullls u:30 a in'
., A.r,l)'.cs -Albl"'y 12:15 p, in.
3 For Detreit: M
Lcavcb Albany 7:00a. tn
Arrives Detroit 11:30a.m.
Leaves Detroit 12:20 n iu.
Airlvcs Albany 6:45 p.ui.
Ono and twe connect at Alnany nnd
Corvullls with Southern Pacific tialns,
vrlV'liiK direct service tj und from New
purl, aud adjacent benches.
Trains fur tho mountains arrive at
Detroit at nmn, ivlnu umplu time
ttf reach cnniplui; grounds on the
Ilrclteiibush and Sniillaui river the
II. U WAI.IIKN, KDWIN fiTOS'K.
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Salt Lko, Denver h't. Worth
0 13 put
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wmnna, naiiMU (;itr, Bt
iiun.v iiiojfo Kan tjut.
Wulls WsIIa, UM)katie, Mlnne-
bh)ui, cii. raai, uiuiuii, jii.
WfluWt-c Clilcutfu itid Miit.
for Hu FranclMHi,
1 l. til
8 it. tn
ilitv To AitorU ainl wuy LinJInict.
I p. ui,
10 II, Dl.
ri iriiaiici, ewwrj ami way
Tiiewlay, Tlmrwlay and 'Pat unlay at COO a m.
Jlomlay Wwlui-wlay ituil Krlilay at I0.U) a. ui.
WILLAME1TE 1UVER DIVISION -Diily
boau to Portland at above.
Transfer to ilreet car line at Oreg Oilv
if the tleamert are delayed there oiidS
tup ticket to allpoinuln Oregon. Wnbln
ton, or Californl a. Connection made at I'ort
land with all rail, ocean anririver lines
W. II. IIUKUiUKI.
Cen'l l'a. A(?t. Portland. I n,
(..M. I'OWKUS, Agent, TmJc treet doc.
IIOISK & 1IAKKEK,
a Lower Berth.
With one exception the through
trains of the DurllriRtoa Rntte
are almost Inyarmbly welhfllled
The exception Is our St. Paul
Uhlcofo LluilU-d. On the HmlUd
thero Is usually room and to
Don't Infer that It '1b neither
so fine nor so fust, as ANY train
"f ANY other line hctwren St,
Tauland Chicago. On the con.
j-rary, thero is uo muro beautiful
train In America. It has electric
JlRlit, stetni heat, wide vestibules
the most satisfactory dlulnpci
service on the contlnent-auJ
lower berth 'or everybody,
a, c. Sheldon.
Hen'l Awent, Portland O
R. D. GIBSON,
St.te ittec, near rtUojil. Frtet J
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