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THE RECORDS SHOW CURES OF
BY THC USE Of ST.' JACOBS OIU OF CHRONIC CRIPPLES AND OF BED-HlDOEN
INFLAMMATORY CASE. THCRC'B NO DCNVINO, IT CURES.
W R Bilyeu, Foshay & Mason block.
JEN Blackburn. P 0 block.
H Bryant, P O block. .
- Anderson Cannon, PO block.
J N Duncan, P O block. -
T P Hackleman, Pea roe block.
Judge H H Hewitt, P O block.,? i
N B Humphrey.
Kelly & Curl, bank building. , :.
. L H Mostanve, Pearce bloc. -
J C Powell, P O block.
H 0 Watson, bank building.
Weatherford A Wyatt. Bank bmlding.
Whitney & Newport, Cuaick block .
Q 7f Wright, P O block.
A A Tossing.
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In through tourist cars withont change.
Inutaage of Experienced conluc
tors an! porters
To Runs City and Chicago
BjfWo and Boston
MONDAYS withont ccange,yia Salt Lake
Mtss uri Pacific- and Chicago
r Alton Roilroad
To Omaha. Chicago, Buffalo
TUESDAYS Boston, withont ehaag. v
Salt Lake ana Chicago. Kacs
T.l.nd A Pacific Rv
To St Joseph. Kansas Citv,
WEPNSDAYi A St Ix-uis, without ohang
via Salt Lake and Barling
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To Kansas City and St Louis
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Lake aod Miasoari Pacific Rv
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251 Washington street, Yer
Portland Oregon Cdorado.
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and SU aeeond elaea. inclol ng deeper
R.tH n4 ti,vt. tn ralrn nointa and Europe
to JIAPAtf. CHISA, HOSOLOLU anl AUSTRA
LIA eu be oh-.in4 tram at VaXOIAt, Agent
Albany or C 4 WISH
R KoBaUtb C H MARKHAM.
. iWamcer Sen F P A
Portland O-tgjt, Portland
Notice is hereby riven that the- under
signed has been appointed administrator
of the estate of Deborah hing. deceased,
bv the county court of Linn county, Or,
and all persons having claimsagamst said
state are notified to preterit the same,
properly "verified, to tbe undenigned a
bit borne about 3 milei son lb of Albany
or to Ii H Mootanyb at his 0608 In the
Straban Pierce brick in Albany. Orego ,
wt hin six month frn tbe date hereof.
- Albany, Or. Mm ?. 1898.
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Atty forTAdmr. i Administrate
SCaTcatsandTrale Maria obtained and all Pat
SKnT,Mai.nnclnetod.for Moderate Feea.
r 0n1 mnrifl-lrawinf?OrV!)OlO. HflMIUCil
I natraU'jle frca of char?. Onr f oa n ot do. till
I ,.ni.,ir-1. A Pemnhlet -Iiew toOb-
i Cn Patents." with cort of same In the V. &,
I and fjtejflnoonntrlxaegt free, id-rci.
a A. SNOW & CO.
I Oft. PTtirr Omcc. VaCHinCTON. D. Cj
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EUGENE W. JOHNSON;
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KM He rrk Ave.. WaahtaateaJO C
III CAPIAT POWER
m TRAD! MARKS,
Al.yone aendlna; a Aetrb and deaerlptlon may
auicklraacertaln, free, whether an Inrention la
.rotxiblT patentable. Cooilnunlcatlnua atrlctly
eoondentlaL Oldest aeepy for Mcuring patenta
li America. We hare a Waablnxum omce.
Patent taken tbroufEb lluna Co. rolT
apecUil ootloe In tba
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, :
beantlfnllr lllott rated, lanreat- elnmlaMon of
out KieutlSc Journal, weekly, torn3JO a year,
tljVIUJt nioutha, Specimen copies and Hans
ook oh paTKKTa aent fnu."k.diirea
MUNN & CO.,
Sl Hroadwjv. Kew Yorlt. '
Physician and surgeon. Office, First S
Viin i l-nr"',y"l1'
From oar regular Corraiponri.nt
Waphington, June 20, 1S98.
At last General Shatter's army is in
Cuba, and unless somebody at .the
Washington end gets rattled over the re
ported sailing of a Spanish flee from
Cad:; bound in the direction of Cuba,
and issues ordeis that will prevent, this
is likely to be a hot week in the yicinni-
tv ot Santiago. The first fleet of trans
ports is due at Manila today, and Dewey
la not likely to wait for Gen. Merritt
who is about ready to start from San
iITranniana with the third and last Meet
1 - --
of transports, before taking Manila. I
It is semi officially announced that at
the last cabioet meeting it was decided
that more troops wou.d be needed, and
that another call for volunteers would be
issued shortly), probably this week.; It
m-nnld Rftflru that rrore use should be
made of the troops we already have be
fore asking more men to volunteer.
Although Secretary Alger has positive
ly denied the story that owing to quar
rels between himself and tien. Miles,
who is now in Washington, the latter
had been virtually deposed from the
command of the army, the talk of fric
tion bet treen them continues, and even
ax so far as that Mr. McKinley Intends
directing the moyements of the army
While members of the administration
profess to believe that the insurgects in
the Philippines are acting in accordance
with an agreement made with Admiral
Dewey, it is well known that they are
more or less worried over the news an
nouncing the declaration of an inde
pendent government by the Philippine
insurgents. No ocial will say what are
to be the relations of Gen. Merritt, who
1.1. 4 - 1 I
is to com man a toe army
the Philippines as well as be military
governor of the islands, witti the insur
gents. It begins to look as though
there might be more eerioun trouble on
those islands than whipping the Span
iards who are there. The administra
tion was certainly not expecting the. in
surgents to set np an independent gov
ernment when instructions were prepar
ed for a military government, tor be es
tablished by Gen. Merritt, lo collect
UriJ dalies on importations to the
Although there are about thLty
senators opposed to the adoption of the
Hawaiian annexation resolution, whlcb
went through the house by so large a
vote that the Cur was compelled to
keep his room, under plea of sicfcneea.for
several daye.and which is now the "an
finished business ' of the senate, it is
not believed, even by themselves that
they can prevent a vote being reached
and the resolution being adopted by the
senate. It has been decided that the
opposition should da all the talking
during the debate; also that congress
shall not be allowed to adjourn no til the
reso.ntion is voted upon.
A larger proportionate number of dem
ocrats in the aneate will vote for the
resolution than in the house, where 18
voted for it, and a few r who favored an
nvxauoo. retrained Irom voting in de
ference o the large party majority
agMust it. In the boose the pcpuliets
divided evenly on the question, and
there is about the same division among
the populist senators, althongh Senator
Bailer, ot li. C. and Pettigrew.of S.Dk.
are among the leaders of the opposition
to annexation. -
The resolution tendering the thanks
of congress to Lient. Hobeon . and t c
volunteer crew of the Merrimac, and
authorizing the president to advance
Hobson to the rank of lieutenant com
mander, offered in tbe senate by Senator
Morgan and in the bouse by Represen
tative Underwood, will be promptly ad
opred by congress. There has been a
bitch in the exchange of Hobson and
bis mec, 'but officials are certain that
the exchange will shortly be accom
plished, as it has been officially stated
at Madrid that the Spanish government
had authorized Gen. Blanco to make
the exchange. ,
Tn Me Circuit Coiri of Out State ot Oregon
for the County of Limn
W1 Lam Button and Get r,..
To George Ration the above named de
fendant: ; - .
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, yon are hersby required toar
pear and answer tha complaint cf the
tore plaintiff, in the above entitled court
is tbe above eniitlod casta now on nie witn
the clerk of -aid eoort, on or before tbe
drat day of the" next repalar term of aaid
court, whicn aaid term of ta d canrt be
gins on tbe 37th day of Jooe. 1899, at tbt
court honae in "tbe city, of Albmv, Lino
county, Oregon. And you are ke-eby
farther notified that if yon fail to appear
and answer said cooip'aint as hereby re
quired, tbe aaid plaintiff wii apply to tba
aaid court f r the relief prayed for in said
complaint, toarit : ,
rirnt . For a decree of said court uirect
iog (aid mortgage mentioned in raid com
plaint to be foieclosed and the landa there
ib mentioned, towit. Lot numbered one(I)
aect'on tnirty ff.nr (34) to towoinip oioe
uta of raage "D eatt of Willamette Mer
idiaa io 1 iun coantr Oregon, containing
f'trty fctir and titty aix one hundredths of
an acre to V e told and tba proceed? thereof
to be appiard .to tbe pa) meat ol tnc coats
and dubaraeminta of tbia auit aod the
charge, of making anch ale aid to the
payment of toe aum f fZQ attorney a feet
in aoid 't, an t to the pavme.it of the
am of $300 in U 8 gold coin and interect
hereon at tba rate of 8 pe cot ocr an
nm.fr om the aeeond day- of OcUIki , IS'JS,
second, ror a d'erea foreclosing aaid
mortgage aod birring you and all pei-ons
claifiDK 1y, through or under yi.u "f jy
njht, tills lrttre.t or right or (unity of
redemption in stid. premiaea or any pait
Third For a decree that it the procid.
it mob 81 be not sufficient to pay sli of
Birt 'umt of money, that pliut:ff take
;uHt meDt aai ' mil dr the balance re
i a'nm.' aap.i'l aft r said proeeeda are to
:il'li'd " ' . .
T a ...iiimon. ia pabli.hed by orr of
ne Hon H H tlflwitt, jude ot avid ooqrt;
id otdar brins made and dated oo the
12 h day of May. 1898
" Attorney tot Plaintiff.
AGENTS WANTED FjR "WAR
WITH SPAIN." Including battles on
aej and land. Contain, all about armies.
navies, 'orta and warships ot both nation
and graphic story of tbe treat victory of
tbe gillant Uewe ; 'ells evembing Hbout
Sampson, Schley, Kitzhuirb Lee and lend
iog command-, by Hon. James Rankin
Young, tbe intrwpid leader tor Cuba Itbre
in tbe balls of. tjotpreaa ihe greatest
war book p; blittbed; 000 large paues: 100
-aperb illustrations, many in richest col
ors. Has large colored map, iiiggeiit
(took, highest commissions, lowest nt ice;
only $1.75, Each subscriber receives
grand CI 00 premium free. Demand enor
moot; harvest for apenU; 3' day credit;
freight paid; outfit free. Write tod;'.
Address, the National ttook (Joncern,
Dept. 15, 356 Dearborn street, Chicago.
When it comes to the Oregon weather j
and crops the Democrat has the greatest
'confidence that things will turn out all
General Shatter will soma day set
j down on the Spaniards around Santiago,
j and there will not be a grease spot left of
them. He weighs S10 pounds.
The U. S. troops wiil now proceed to
make it hot for ths Spaniards down at
Santiago. In ths meantime it is decided
ly hot for the Americans, ICO in the
It looks very nuch as if there was
something rotten : in Marion county.
That is the opinion ot the public. Just
what it is and who is to blame for it, it
tioe, cannot be eta!ed . If there is any
thing out of the way the grand jury
should doits duty wherever the ax falls.
Th people want clean politics.
Nearly everything nowadays is being
named after Dewey. It is Dewey this
and Dewey that, up and down, right and
left, and he deserve it, but for bis own
good he ought to be given just m little
rest. Sampson and Schley should hurry
up and do something to" bring their
names more prominently before the pub-
tie and divide honors.
it is reported that t,er vera isdetpuaU.
We hope he will get so desperate that
he will attempt to gJt out of that Santi
ago bottle Schley has bad corked for
sometime. That would mean a fight
and we are all anxious to see bow well
the Spaniards can fight an; war. They
are entitled to a chance.
Again some yellow journal fool intim
ates that Camara is about to go around
Cape Horn with his fleet. Depend on it
he will do nothing of the kind. If he
should do to be might mtke things trop
ica) for us Pacific coasters, but in the
mean time tnere woukl be an American
fleet red hot towart's Mn'rd itself.
Camaia'a fleet will r'.y mighty- near
Spain. It is an old shack of a fleet any
way, one that any tbrre ot the American
war vestels, if. the Oregon is one ot them,
can whip. This is not brsgsdocio, but
a plain statement of facts.
It is already beiog made pretty plain
to the public that the people will pay
the war tax. Of course. It woul be a
very proper thing if Mr. Rockefeller and
few other bloated millionaires could be
made do so, but they will cot do any
thing of the kind. They have the dear
people by the throat and they know it
Instead of doing the fair thing such men
as ikOCKeiei er immediately announce
that tbey will fifht tbe tax. That is tbe
s:ze of their patriotism. Where it can
be easily pushed eff on the people, tbe
big manufacturers quietly make out I
nw price list and things go on aa usual
The Pendleton E. O. continues to in
sist that Joe Sim-jn will be tbe next U.
S. eenator from Oregon, at least will enc
ceed McBride. Tbe Dkmocbat predicts
not. Portland may stanl such a boss as
Simon but the people of Oregon aa a
whole will not submit to anything of
tbe kind. Anyway it is bad enough to
have a tr,an of McBr'de'e weakness with
out being made nervcus even by the
mention of Simon's nsroe in connection
with it. tie represents dirty politics,
aod before next January tbe people wii)
be tired of bis style of pclitii .
From the Louisville Jcurnat. .
The theory opon wbch tie "War
Board in Washington is working teems
to be that war most be waged without
any risk of life. Notwithstanding we
have enough convoy ships with our
transports to sink the whole Spanish
Navy, tbe board has delayed thedispatcb
of the troops at every tumor of a puff ot
smoke or a sea serpent in the Atlantic
Ocean. .In tbia way the Spaniards are
afforded weeks ot lime in which to
strengthen their defences at Santiago,
a! fiavana.and San Juan, and thus make
our loss of life the greater when we do
attack them, to tay nothing of the star
vation in Cuba,wbich we went to war to
Spain's Atlantic coast is'soda, tbe
Canaiies, are loo near to this country to
be safely left in Spanish possession.
They are near the coast ot Africa and
too near Europe to be held by the United
States. Yet they are very likely to be
visited and se.asd, and alao cotne ot the
coast cities of Spain, unless Spsin reali
zes without tLis ex:reme measure that
ber cause is utterly hopelets. All our
victories so far have been reported as
American defeat. If Commodore Schley
visits someSpaniso cities, it will bs im-
poib!e longer to keep the Spanish peo
pie in tne ignorance wnicb prevails
among a nation, nine-tetbs of whom are
not able to read aod write. There is
probably no nation nominally civilized
tbat has snch agenerally ignorant popu
lation as Spain has always had.
Nonwitbstanding the signal victory in
the recent election the price of wheal
has dropped almost out of eifcbt. Of
course, and yet there are man willing to
say that republican victory means pros
perity, it doesn't mean anything of
the kind. Tbe people make prosperity.
Tbe recent victory may mean prospei-
ity to Mr. Geer an 1 Mr. Dunbar aod Mr.
Moore and Mr. Leeds and the others
tbrougbont the state who got into office,
but even that Is doubtful, for in over
fifty ptrcenl of the canes the roan ho
get a fat ea'ary never has anything to
show for it a year after he is out of office
and it ia always a difficult thing for him
to get successfully into other businesses.
Too often be t C3u.e a professions!
politician aod office seeker, living a
restlee, discontented life. So alter a I
it is doubtful as to the amount of pros
perity, a victory like the recent one will
bring to a state and the people of it from
any stand point.
Popular Scivnct. !
. A .greyhound hag a greater epeed run
ning than a horse. A greyhound has
been timed in running 125 yards ic
eight Seconds .
A medical authority condemns slow
eating as well as hurritd eating, for
hoth hegt imperfect ma-ticat!on. Bat
rapid and energetic Chewing with free
dom from mental auxiety, insures the
mqet perfect mastication whi: stimulat
ing the secretion of saliva in the niort
A mtn wi i die for want of air in five
minutes, tor snot of sleep in ten days,
for want of water in a week, and for
want of food at various periods, depend
ent on circumstances. When roe falls
asleep the surrender of tiglit,tite,mell,
hearing and touch is neceaeary. The
sense of touch is the slightest sleeper,
Che most easily wakened, then hearing,
then eight, hi!e sluggard taste and
enul! waken last. The human body is
an epitome of nature of alt mechanics,
all architecture, all machinery of every
kind. There are moro than 310 median
ical movement known to mechanics to
day, and all these are but modifications
t those found in the human body.
Poi Hand 107 Third St. June 33,1808.
Some three years ago having become
greatly interested in the "Noon Kesta"
uf other cities, we determined to have
one established in Portland. To this
end we began to talk, work, plan and
put into execution such plans as would
bring about the desired institution.
Two years ago it was fairly started,
and since then has had its njs and
downs I'ke all other new movements.
It Is no use to have a "Noon Rest'
anywhere but right down town, in the
heart of the busy working world. And
such a place within our means was not
easy to find. For the pat two years we
were located across tbe street- fiom the
Chamber ot Commerce, but were always
cramped for room, and the kitchen was
too email to be a delight, as a kitchen
should be, but now we have pleasant,
more suitable headquarters at 107)
Third Street. There are three, at least.
distinct objects in yisw in the establish
ment ot these rooms. First, to provide
a pleasant wholesome meeting place, for
women who work, 'or are out shopping
etc ., who would otherwise be compelled
to eat their lunch in unwholesome or
unattractive surroundings, and to whom
a run in the fresh air at noon is a physi
cal benefit. Sscond, to those not hay
ug their own lunch with them an effort-
is made to furnish at a minimum cost
healthful food. Third, the interior ob
ject, is to establish headquarters for
busy women, a center ot information re
garding woman and her work, and frten
which wilt radiate an Influence that will
be uolifling and purifying.
The many women availing themselves
of the use of tbe rooms, as a rule live at
considerable distance from one another,
too far apart in fact, to build op socia
bility amoogtbeus, so like tboee "ships
that pass in tbe night" tbeir busy bands
and hearts pass and speak one another.
Who sLall say we are wrong when we
say we believe tbat oft times the signals
shown prove a cheering light in days
of weariness aod anxiety. Tbe quiet
peaceful noontide bom is indeed a bless
ing. Tbers is, aa there should be, a
"mother bevt," aa presiding genius ol
this borne like place, a refined and geni
From 1150 am to 3 p m tbe girls
come and go from office and store, some
bringing their own lunch supplement
ing it perhaps with a cup of delicious
coffee, or a bowl of appetizing soup, one
great feature ot the culinary depart
ment, ot tiers leave it to the matron to
"give her something nice." A bit of a
song is sometimes beard from tbe recep
tion parlor, every lounge is occupied by
some weary frame, (we need more loong
es.) All io all It is a place such as all
progressive cities need.
We are not qu;te self supporting yet,
but we hope to be. We have found
some friends when they beard about tbe
rooms who were"ready to lend a hand."
Come in when in Pcrt'and and get
a.-quainted with our matron and tbe
work. ITo place affords a rrore at'rsc-
five resting place tnan this for wemeo
up tbe valley when they are down here
aboppiog etc. Drop ia and see the
work go on. and then pe 'baps many of
you will also desire to lend a band.
L. H. Additox
Chairman ot Committee.
263 , Sod si. Pcrtlaad;
The ballad "Uail, Co ombia. Happy
Land, was writttn by Joseph llopkio
The woodeitol strides made in tbe
science of gunnery since 1S40 is shown
by tbe fact tbat at tbat period a sixty
eight pound projectile fired . with I
cbtr-e of eighteen pounds of nowder
gave a muzzle velocity of between 10CO
and UCOfeeta second, while at tbe
preeent day a one-bandred-foocd shell,
fired with If1 pounds of cordite, giver a
mun'e velocity of 2630 feel second.
Cambridge University has tent out an
expedition to Torrti Straits, between
New Guinea and Australia, to stuJy an
thropology of tbe natives- Seven pro
fessors are in tbe party ; one, who carries
a phonograph, their music; acotber
tbeir decorative art. Tbey have a cine
matograph to record native dances and
ceremonies. Tbe expedition may pro
vide a valuable contribution lo native
Teut pins are mostly made of white
oak ; tbey uut be of toogh wood fo
stand the bard knocks to whirh they are
subjected. Tbey are made io lengths
ot sixteen aod twenty four inches.
Made of hard wood as they are, tbey are
naoie to ne broken, and ILey are also
loet. Eyeo io peace tbe consumption of
tent sins is considerable ; a manufactur
er ot tents might carry in stock 2,000 or
10,000 tent pins. Io war times tbe de
mand is, of coarse, far greater. Like
many other manufactured articles of
w xl, tent pins rae made to the West, in
factories in proximity to the forests
whence tbe supplies of wood are drawn.
Accordiog to a Rutslan linguist, En
glish, Rastiao and Chinese will be the
only three bandages in use two hundred
years from now . Dating tbe tweutieth
and twenty first centuries, tbe whole of
Continental Europe and cf Asia it h the
exception of China, will have adopted
tbe Russian Language. English will be
spoken in G.tat Britain, Auit alia, Afrl a
andameuca, and Chines? wi ltelhe
langaage of the Celestials aod the Ocean
ic Archipelago. There are at present
60 distinct languages spoken eighty-
nine European, 114 Alrican, 123 Asiatic,
117 Oceanic and 417 American, white in
tbe Russian Empire alooe sitty different
tongues are found.
From the Cleveland Plaindr
"What are you doing?"
"Well, I'm pretty near as idle as the
torpedo boat destroyer."
We are anxious to da a little goodi in tb
world and can think of no pleaaanter
be-.ter Way to do it than Sf rooommemHoj
Ooe Minute Cough Cure as a preventive
of pneumonia, consumption and other sar
tout lung troubles tb-,t 'il!or neglected
colds J A Camming
"My Swjetbeart Went Down With tbe
Maine,'' ia trie name, of a new and popular
piece of music. Call for a copy at L. (J.
Let everybody come to tne Star Bakery
and get ar 'oave of fresh bread for f i.oe
TO ClJ!i B AC1LO IS ONE DAT
i't 1 1 t v c ,1 l i ii i I i a i TAblet
Ail i a ; ' i t i'i i tin ih i y If it fat
, C'ura. 2"m, -,
Karl's ('lover Root Tea. lor Constipa
lion it's lh- Hat: and if after using it yon
don't say s , return the package and get
your mo ii- , Sjldbv Koahav & Maaon
Music, Mies Milarca eurmester
toacher of piano or organ. System ths
Mason touch and technique. Residence
fifth strer. ontvaif ti Pchnrch.
.'.. r. ai.tr iuis,
O.ibrtir.tocd tobacco habit cure, makes wjr.k
- Ntroutr. bio- Hire. MK l. All ilngHUt
SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHTS'
The Spanish war has heretofore been
purely a naval affair. Now it has devel
oped into a combination and is being
carried on both on land and water
There is a little change In the situation
though the advantage continue! stead-lly-m
our favor. We are anxiously
waiting, for something df c'r-ive, and tbe
outlook is good for something tbat will
be effective in its character before tbe
end ot another week, though in tbia war
a week is not so very much. Tbls is an
impatient age, with nerves on tension
and the public wants things done more
rapidly than a hundred years ago.
The Camara fleet hat again assumed
mysterious aspect, and it is teported is
focused for Santiago. Psrhaps and per
haps not. So far as Spanish authority
goas it Is absolutely worthless. The Dem
ocrat hopes it ti bound for Kf ntiago,
that is just w litre we want it. It tbe
American fleet gathered there canno
whip both flrcta let It give np, but in
fact it would make tbem think a Ne
braska cyclone had atrnck them. This
is not American conceit, for we are not
particularly a conceited people, bnt a
cold fact, deduced from observation.
The Spaniards are carrying on their
aide with lies more than with cold lead,
but we are all posted ai to tbeir uciicr,
aod it has no weight here.
The p.tpers are full ot war poetry.
Not desiring to be behind tbe limea the
Dkxocbat man ha evolved the follow
Hero we are,
Tbe great etar,
Among tbe nations of the world.
Bravely we stand,
A united land.
Voder one flag widely unfurled.
For tbe right
rt e will fight.
Like our fathers of olden fame.
And will amaah
Into cold bash
The nation that sunk the Maine.
Daring tbe week a great many people
have made applications for bonds under
the new issue of bonds to carry on the
war. It the boods are to bo iraaed it is
only right tbat the masses should have
the privilege ot buying tbem instead o'
the Pierpont Morgan acd English syn
dicate". At tbe tame time it is liable to
make nt a nation ot bleated bondholders,
though a man holding '500 . tn bond is
not bloated enough to hurt any ooe.
Locady wt are just getting ready for
tbe 4th of July. It is Albany. oteotion
to give tbe people a good time of a char
acter tbat will be seen by everybody and
tbat will please tbe most people. There
will be none ol thoe old chest outs, tbe
greased pig, the sack race, wbeelbarraw
contest, etcetera, but there will be an
uptodate program, with a man np in the
air, a boy op in piano plating, fir-t
class acrobats np in tbeir basinets, 'edy
minetiels op in tbeir notes, etcetera
Wont yora come.
Sufficient oees has coma this week lo
indicate tbat there will be no appro
priation tor Yaqrana Bay. Tba Dcmo-
cb at baa been satisfied tbat this would
be tbe case unlets it was maoe befo.e the
OregM election. It baa gotten to tba
pai tbat polities are ran lot" every
thing and mighty few thing are d-rfie
witboat a political object in view rattier
than the good ot tbe eoantry except in
Sdentally. Politics first, tbe coon try
Tbe crop prospects cootinae to be of a
splendid character. The price proaprct
is not aa gooi as it migb. be.
Girl's Life in Spain.
Oneot my amuaemeot In the ho el
write a Paris corrtspondeat of Harpr-i.
Btzar.it chatting wilb a family cf Spec
lib girls from San &eoestio, daugblai
of an America mother and a Spanish
father, wbo aas naturalized in America,
then returned to bis own country aod
died there, leaving his girls as Spanish
as possible in manners, and as American
; as porsible in sympathies. A girl's life
in Spain, they say, is not an evitable
ooe, except for the fact which might
appeal to tome girls that they come
out at fourteen or fi teeo or even at
twelve, at which age tbey may marry
Ooa of my San Sebastian friends bare a
cousin w bo married at fourteen a boy ot
sixteen, and one of tbeir schoolmate
baa two children at fifteen When I io
quired what these preteroatoratiy young
mothers might look like at forty, I was
told with candor tbat tbey looked like
Spanish girls are all convent bred.
their education consisia largely of ac
quiring tbe art uf embroidery, wbicb
they learn to perfection. These early
marriages are seldom happy, but divorce
ia unbeard ot in Spam. Femininism,
as Ibe French understand it, is to far
unknown People unhappily married
separate and live oat their lives as best
they ran. Spain is only jot beginning
to admit tbe bicj cle lor girls and women
of birth. Spanish women ride tbe boree
a grrat deal aud well. The bicycle ap
Praia to tbem less, as they are tvaturally
indolent. Tbey are very fond of pretty
frocks, and dually dresa with great taste
in spite of bright colort.which tbe Span
ish sky seems to ea'l for.
On thb River. Cn account ot tbe low
water the time of tbe steamer A Ibaoy wii
be changed so as to make the run from
Corvallls to Portland in one day and the
return trip in two days. The schedule
will be aa follows:
Will leave Corvallis Sundays and Wed
nesday at 5 :30 a. m., and arrive tn Port
land the same day. Returning Ieav
Portland on Mondays and Thursdays at
6 a. m., and arriving in Cortallislhe fol
Effective June 26.
Edwin Stoss, Manager.
Half Fabk. The 8 P company will
sarry passengers between all stations on
its lines in Oregon at one tare for the
round trip on the Fourth of July. Tick
eta at this rate will oe on sale on the
afternoon ot luly 2nd, on July 3rd and
4th. and will be limited to expire July
Cth, or 6th, according to the distance.
TO CURE A COLDIn O.Nti DAY
1 ake Ixative Bromo Quinine Tablet -All
Dtuggi.ts refund the tnouer if it fail
to cure. 25s.
Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges
tion and penults food to ferment and putrUy In
tho stomach. Then toUow dizziness, headache.
lusomlna, nervousness, and, -
It not relieved, bill out fever 1C3 all
or blood poisoning., Hood's 111 3
Pills stimulate the stomach, u w
route ths liver, eure hearhtehs, dirtiness, con.
suiwuon, eio, x ertita. Hoin uy ail aruKgiiuh
Ibe only l'Ult to tak with Hood's saj-aauarula.
Kingston, June 24. A revolt among
the Spanish soldiers in Santiago ia re
ported. Hobson Commended.
Washinotok, Juno 24. Secretary
Long commends Hobeon for his bravery
and informs him of his promotion.
Patrollng, the Coast.
Saktiaoo, June 24. Four fast cruisers
are patroling tbe unprotected portions
of the coast with a view to prevent
Short of Men.
Bast Francisco, June 24. Cruiser Phil
adelphia ta reported short of fcmen with
difficulty in securing tbe same.
A Fatal Shell.
WABBiuNdTo.v, June 21. Tbe shell
which struck the Battleship Texaa Wed
nesday .killed one man and injured eight.
One other may die.
Washixotos, June 24. Tbe Stabs de
partment says Camara's sqaudron ia
headed for Santiago.
The Spaniards Retreated.
Santiago, June 24. Thursday night
the Americana advanced within seven
miles of Mono Castle. The Spaniards
Wabhtsotox, June 21. Sampson say
Hobeon and men are eonfinedifour miles
from Morro Caatle.
Orr Sayttvoo, June 23. The insur
gents are extending a grand reception to
the Americana who landed yesterday.
For Raw Recruits.
Sax Fkascuco. June 2L A ramp for
tbe instruction of raw recruits Laa been
Rough Riders Off.
CnEYexxE, June 23. Col. Terrey'e
rough riders left last nigbt for Jackson
Washington, Jane 23. The LiberiAn
Biahop is here urging tbe government to
join Great Britain in extending a joint
protectorate over Liberia.
To Reinforce Shatter.
Washixotos, Jane 25. Gen. Miles
will leave today to reinforce Shatter at
Maobjd.Joo 25. Tbe Spanish papers
'aim a victory in yesterday's Santiago
The .Manila Expedition.
Sab Fbasc-sco, Jane 25. The expedi-
ion will leave Monday and Merritt wi i
follow oo Wednesday.
Two More Deaths.
Saxtiaco, Jans 25. Two additional
deaths occurred today from yesterday's
a SaaatOi ta
MADBroJuns 23. An official dispatch
from Havana says :
Tbe commander at Santiago de Cuba
announces that the American squadron
has commenced the bombardmeot and is
trying to disembark at Daiqairi and at
i uoia uernoa,
(.'able dispatches received bere from
Admiral Cervera say the crews of the
Spanish warehipa at Santiago hare join
ed the land forces in order to take part
in the defence of tbe city. He adds that
the situation is critical, but a later dis
patch affirms that tbe Spaniards have
victoriously repuisea me eneiy."
INMiac Saaasa lattraS
WasAntoTos, June, 23. The secretary
v hcmui j u uecHiea to mase tern'
porary use of the postagv slam mi lor in
ternai revenue porposes, nnder the new
war revenue act. and Lmt.v th firt i.i
vi aoooi i was delivered for ship-
ment to collectors. It is estimated that
about 25.000.000 postage eUmna will h
required to meet the demands oi the ser
vice uniu tbe regular stamps can be
furnished in sufficient quantities.
ha BUaaca Salar
Sax Fbascimco. June. . Th nu,i
defense monitor Monad nock sailed for
Manila via Honolulu this after noon.
The collier Nero, which will accompany
the Monadnock went out first. The
men on the Monadnock think that the
ship will make the trio to Manila in 4
Orr Savtiaoo ng Ccba. June 22. 2:10
5 . General Shatters forces, as the
ipatch is written, are being landed,
without opposition to speak of, at Dai
quiri. Four thousand troops are ashore
at this hour, and probably 12,000 will be
ashbre by nightfall. One man wax kill.
- ed on tbe Texas, the only cssulty so far.
Baw aeevfveal la Waahlaslaa.
Washington, June, 23. Secretary Al
ger and General Miles, wore in confer
ence in the secretary's office at 4 o'clock
today when the first Madrid bulletin an
nouncing that fighting had begun was
shown to them. The secretary read it
aloud with evident satis fact ion, and both
of them expressed themselves gratified
with the favorable report, coming as it
did from the enemy.
Baptist church: Sunday Subjeetr,
'Gospel Substitution" 10:30 a.m. "For
God and Home and Native Land" 7:45
p. m Sirging by Mrand Mrs Thomp
son in the evening.
Methodist church : Preaching at 10:30
a. m and 8 p. m. Sunday scbiol at 2:30
p. m. Junior League at 3:30 p. m.
i pworth League at 7 p. m.
M.O. W ibs, Pastor..
United Presbyterian: Preaching ser
vices at the usual hours, Ham and 7 :45
p m. The subject of the morning ser
mon is "Born of water and of tbe Spirit"
Evening "Ministry of John tbe Baptist"
Sabbath school at 2:30, Junior Endeavor
at 3 -.30, Senior Endeavor at 6 .-IS. Every
body c rdially invited to attend any or
all ot these services
Presbyterian church: Morning ser
vice at 10 :30. Notice the change of time
(rom 11 o'clock to 10:30. Sabbath school
following the morning service, at 11:45.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45. Evening
service at 7 :45. Subject of morning ser
mon, "Tbe Church tbe Fulfillment ot
Ouiist." The evening service will be a
special Praise service under tbe leader
snip st tbe Woman's Missionary Society.
It will be a deligbt.ul and helpful ser
vice, with varied program ot music and
address. A cordial welcome to all.
Regular services at the C. P. church
tomorrow at 11 a.m., and 8 p. ta.,
preaching by Rev. O. M. Lane. Evan
gelistic services tonight and every night
Congregational church: Services to
morrow at 11 o'clock. Sermon by the
pastor. Subject -v Wonders 8. S. will
( meet at 10 o'clock sharp. The Y P. S.
. C. E. at 6 .45 p. m. A cordial invitation
I it extended to all to attend these ser-
A bard Battle
Orr Jubagua, June 24. This morning
four troops of the Firtcava!ay,four troope
of the Tenth cavalry, andeiirht of know.
velt'a rough riders, lens than 1000 men
in all, dismounted and attacked 2(100
Spanish soldiers in the thickets, within
uve miles oi nanuago tie tjuba.
The Americans beat the enemy back
into the city butJJeft 13 dead and fifty
wuujiuou. Aiuung tue miiea was Ham
ilton Fish, jr.. of a nrominent New
Hext wear the Day
Washington. June. 22. Ouarterma-
ter-uenerat Ludington, ol the war de
partment.received a telegram today from
viuarwrmaster ixng, at San rancisco,
saying the third Military expedition for
uiu ruuippins win leave ban f rancisco
on Monday next on six transports.
Washwotox. June 22. News baa
reached here that 12,000 tons of coal is
being loaded at Valparaaio, Chile, As
coal is worth Z8 a ton there the pur
chase excited great curiosity here, and
it nas oeen suspectea tnst it was being
made on Spanish account.
If this should prove true and the fact
will soon become known it would seem
to indicate s purpose on tbe part of tbe
Spanish naval commander, Camara, to
carry that celebrated Cadiz fleet around
into the Pacific and to use colliers to sup
ply the fleet with coal.
fates la II.
Havana, Jane 22. There is absolutely
no grounds for the report published in
the United States of an attempt to anu
ria te Captain General Blanco by a mem
ber of the volunteers, whose brother, it
is alleged, had been shot for complicity
in s plot against tbe government. Gen
eral Blanco enjoys the esteem of all
classes in Havana including tbe volun
teers. "ratably 14.
London, Jane, 23. The Daily News
publishes a atatament, alleged to come
Irom a correspondent having access to
good information, that the occupation of
Manila Dy parts ot crews ot foreign war-
snips l an accomplisuea fact, altbouga
i it may probably be three or four days
Deiore tbe omciai news arrives.
They La All Bight.
Santiago db Ccca, June 22. The
troops under Major-General Shatter tbia
morning began landing near Juragua, 10
mites east of the entrance to Santiago
ha rbor. Little resistance was made.
An immediate advance will be made,
and as soon as tbe military forces are in
possession of the hills back of Santiago,
a combined attack by the fleet and army
will be ordered. It is expected tbat by
Saturday, Santiago, with all its fortifica
tions, win nave isiien, an i ine strong
fleet nnder Admiral Cervera will have
been either captured or dislroyed.
Bat Be Waal SVa It
New Tons, Jane, 22. A special dis-
patch from Santiago de Cuba June, 20,
via Kingston today, says the Cubans
have brought information to Admiral
bam peon tbat Cervera is prepared to
mase s desperate enort to take his ships
out oi c-aouago narbor at tbe nm favor
able opportunity. The Spanish war
ships, it is reported have been coaled to
uieir iuu capacity, ana me crews are re
fused shore leave. Every nigbt the ves
sels drop down tbe bay to be prepared to
embrace the first favorable opportunity
to attempt to dash past the blockading
Vast'. VI hat
Washington, Jane 24. The war is
being carried into Africa, metaphorically
speaking, if Spain is foolhardy euougn
to send tbe Capiz fleet throaeh the Suez
canal to attack Dewey in tbe Pbiippines.
It is announced on good authority that
before tbe last Snani&h vessel has passed
Uiroogh the canal, an American squad
ron wilt be steaming at lull speed acrone
the Atlantic, straight to the coast of
Spain, to bring tbe war home to tbe
A Saaalah Fake
Wahiv7ton June 24. Notwithstand
ing tbe official Spanisb reports yesterday
of heavy fighting between tbe American
invading army and the Spanish troops
near Santiago, army officials here are
confident that no engagement of any
moment occurred between those troopsl
Part of the landing protect was a move
ment in force by tbe Cubans acnes tbe
country to prevent the Spanish fore
concentrating upon the beach.
San FsAjectsco. Jane, 24. Arrange
ments for the sailing of tbe next expe
dition oi troops tor Manila are practi
cally complete, and while every effort
will be made to start Monday, the pro
bability is there wilt be some deisy.
General Merritt has left Ihe matter of
embarkation to General Otis.
TheWtl ha Arenas
auo(, June .4. ine mystery sur
rounding the chancre made in the Mari
on county tally-sheets l gTaduaiir being
unraveled. Fact ajter fact ia disclosed,
adding link after link to tbe chain of
evidence that will convict tbe guiltv
parties. It is not thought best to make
public the latest evidence garnered, but
it is now lertain who the guilty tarties
are, and it is cpctcd arreu will fol
low in a few days.
They are Istkai
LoNrmx.June 20. All the dispatches
from Madrid reflect the anxiety pro
duced by Admiral Cervera 's di patches
and the threatening aspect ot the politi
List of Patents.
Granted to Pacific states inventor
this week.. Reported by C A Snow &
Co., patent attorneys, Washlngt.cn, D. C.
A. F. Holland. Berkley. Cat . vaginal
dilator, J. V. Janin, Goidbasm, Wash..
ospsader-clasp; i. . LeBaiiister, Fort
Bragg, Utl , bicyele-brake ; A. Lee, ew
Whatcom, Wash., rotary steam engine:
A. McGeoch. Oakland. Cal.. street-
sprinkling, irrigator, fire-exlingciehiog
system; C A. Waller, ban Francisco,
Cat., window-cleaning teat; I. M
Symlh, Pasedena, Cel., ore-stamp.
ror copy ol any patent send iu rents in
postage sltrurw with date of this paper
to O A Snow A Co.. Washington, D C
What Or A E Salter Says.
Brrrvi. N Y. Gents: Fro-n my
personal knowledge, ga'ned in observing
tbe effect of your Shllob't Cure in cases
oi advanced Conatipailon, I am prepared
to aay it is the most remarkable Kemedj
that has ever been brought to my atten
tion. It hat certainly .av-d many from
Consumption. Sold by Fohy tt Ma
son. Now Is Your Chance
Albany, June 3 ISO.
I have 75 bushels of Burbank potatoes to
sell. 25 bushels of large ones at 20 cents per
bushel, and 50 bushels ol small ones at 10
cents per bushel.
ALV1N J. CAROTUBK8.
Baal Takace Salt aa fcatak Ictu- Ufa aaf.
To Quit tobacco easily and forever, be ma
aeilo. full of lite, nerve and vigor, lake No-To-
Bae, tba wonder worker, tbat makes weaa men
Stront. All druggist toe or SI. t-Tire guarau
laed. Booklet aod sample fre. AiMreaa
Sterling K-sndy Os, C'bicago or New York.
The Newest Atthettonof Will & Stark
Jewelry you win get tiie facts, and
Facts find a fine stock ot goods
to select from. It is up
todats and includes the best lines of watch
and clocks and all kinds ot jewelry. Their
llneof stlveaware is extra and they have
many novelties tbat win please.
Sceners Alter uoid know they may
be disappointed, but seeker after health
take Hood's Saraapsrilla with the utmrst
confidence that it will do theru wonderful
After yeait ot untold aofiViiag from pilot,
P V Puraoll of Koitnersville.r-a, was cured
by using a single box of le Witt's Witob
Haas' Sales ttktn disaaaea such at ecaema,
rash, pimplat and obstinate to raa are read
tly ourai by this Lamoaa remady J A
Wheat 50 rents.
Eggs 10 cents.
Butter IS to 22 cents.
Potatoes 25 cents.
Hams 11 to IS cents.
Sides 10 to 11 cents.
Shoulders 6 to 7 cents.
Mrs- Edward Harris, who resides near
Richtand, Mo., gave birth to twin boys
last Wednesday night. She bas given
birtb to twins seven times, and all are
living. Mrs. Harrfl is fifty-tbree years
It is now learned that Lieut. Hobeon,
the bero of the Merrimac sinking at the
mouth of Santiago harbor, is just a
common anarchist, being a strong free
silver democrat. R-nliv th
uiitica in nr
" broad !
The young man over in Albina evident
I? me'nt husiness. He was of foreign
birth. Ha was given a newspaper to
read but could not, and was just as
successful when asked to write in Eng
lish, and when reminded of bis deficien
cy, be said: "Well, I can't read nor
wnde in English, poi I can fighdt like
bell in any laogwhicb and toncrit id raa
figbdters yon vanted. not professors ' i
uewss enthusiastically accented. Ex. I
There is more truth than fiction in the
following from tbe Grants Pass Courier:
There is nothing so strikingly silly as
to see young girls at the trains whenever
troops pass through begging, pleading
and coaxing for buttons. America is ;a
wonderful country, it bas people capa
ble of the highest detrree of ictelligence.
culture and moral refinement, but it can
beat the world on gilluiaw.
Ex-Postmastur Stephen Green of Ore
gon City, plead guilty to embezzling
poetal funds in Judge Bellinger's court
in Portland Monday, and was fined $100.
Pretty small punishment for so serious
a crime. There are men serving ten
vear sentences in the penitentiary for
Several farmers around Wells, on ac
count of the high price of twine, which
is more than double that of last year .and
the prospect of low prices for wheat, have
deckled to bind their wheat by hand. As
the increased price will increase tbe ex
pense only a Lout fifteen cents an acre
this will hard! v be a ravin? arranzement.
The trust will "have to be busted in some I
other way. Tbe farmer though cannot !
be blamed for kicking at tire exhorbiunt
price. The profit though is ail with the
manufacturer, the local dealer hardlv t
making enough to pay him to handle the .
As the Democ-bat. likes to deal fairly
with all men, it gives tbe following about
lie Patterson appointed collector oi Cus
toms, whose appointment is not satis
factory to tbe Democrat, Oregonian,
Harrv Lane and hundreds of others.from
the Salem Independent, a free silver pa-
'Senator L L. Patterson bas been ap- ;
pointed by the President Collector of ;
Customs for the W iilamete District, of
Oregon. Mr. Patterson wiil make a very j
competent official, tines a republican!
bad to be elected, w e would rather see 1
Mr. Patterson tilling the dice than most
persons. Say what tbey may of Mr. Pst -
terson as a politician, one thing must be
admitted, he U a clean man morally,
Mr. Patterson bas a pleasant home, a
hkrhJ v resnected iamilr. and be is a iara-
ily man hum-elf. '
. i .- .-iv
A novel divorce eu;t was tnei here
last week, when Antwine, an Indian,
brought an action I-jt divorce from his
klootchman s the EHensborz CaoitaL
KauSman ani Frost represented the!
piaintitT, and after winning the suit Mr.
Frost told the Indian that-tbe law for- j
bade him marryinz aain wilhin six
months .etc. using Uiis ample language: i
"Eh, six! Okoe law wawwaw mika
ticky halo kkam cbee klootchman copa .
taghum moon. Kke mika delate kuci- ;
tux kopa okole pe halo Mam moo k law
soiicka poka moka." Tbe noble red man
listened to him. and when he had finish-
ed be raralrzed the attorney by saying
"Ye. Mr. Frost, 1 understand the cun-
ditiocs exactly, as 1 read the law on di-
vorces caret uiiy before I besun this act-
Ooe of tbe soldiers oa tbe way from i
Marion county to Manila is William Mc
Einley, but then there are a good many
William McEinleys in the United Mte
a fact learned since the last election.
It is said people ia Marian coanty are '
greatly concerned over the continued ab-1
secce of County Clerk EUien, whore-!
centiy disappeared. Don't fre:. be witl
come back at tbe proper time. He le j
probably not to far bnt shatbecosld:
bear a 4 h of Juir veil.
The highest price fur ealmoa yet paid'
on the Colombia river was pail iew I
days aga by W. B. Mresscot.says the Is-
toria News, under tt.e to low icg condi-
Hons: One ot Treecott s chermen being ; stordsv To Astoria and Way
unaole lo go out oa accoant of eickoecS, ; 10 pm" Landing.
gave bis buatandnettoanacquaintac.ee. I , .
i-be catch of tbe latter daring tbe first 6am WILLAMETTE BIT. P"
night out was one salmon of about 20 Exiun. Oregon Citv, Newbe-g. Ex Sun.
pounds weight. This he delivered at tbe S'"1 W iy-Land a
cold storage warehouse. t of Ninth j - WILLAMETTE AND 3 --30 pre
street, and was given a v.i .n Mrl YaMBILLRIV. Monuay.
Tal-,IlWVlVe",fn,V,n-, "S"! Tours.." Oregoo City. Dayton, Wed.,
check for 1. bat instead it caned for d g nd Way-Lands. and Sat
100, and was cashed the following day. r
The fisherman has gone asav. and cre- it . n, Wtr.I.AMETTE RIV. 4 :30 p m
sumably is still going.
It is beyond the comprehension cf the
Dssocbat how tbe Spaniards at Mndrid
get news from Cuba so cuickly when all
the a ires have been cut. They had the
announcement from Cervera of a glorious
victory at Santiago over the American
troops before ail of tbem had landed and
before a shot had been fired by or at
tbem. Satan bas evidently transferred
his headquarters to Spain's capital.
Tbe Telegram says t!ie present low
price of wheat is just a reaction from the
Leiter boom. Before election all the
tbe time it cal'.el it a McKin!ey boon.
The Telegram calls things anything to
suit its politics. The Dssiocsat hopes
tbat its prediction that there wiii be a
healthy price in the fall will prove true,
te intend to have some big crops up
here in Linn county and are also anxious
for good prices, though some of ss won't
sell even then so anxious are we alwavs
to get a cents more or the traditional
A well-known Philadelphia man, tern,
porarily visiting in Washington, was go
ing so Jiewhat out st the way to reach a
rtorist. When his attention was called
to the fact that there were other florists
nearer, he said. "I am seeking the man
because he advertises in the newepayers.
For the last few years I have made it a
rule never to deal with any business
man wbo doesn't advertise. I wanted
some flowers to tend off in a box by mail,
ana i lootea in me paper tbia morning
tor the advertisement of a nor at. I
don t know any ot the places here; but
the rule is a good one, and I'll bet vou
anything you say that I can get what 1
want at this piace and get it cheaper
uau auywnere viae, ine business mat,
that doesn't advertise I have always
found narrow-minded, selfish, non en-
terptis ng, pennv wise and pound fool
ish. evn if bed dn'lchtat me outright.
EFFECTIVE ff FREE
TREATIfiENT H TO ALL
FOR WEAK KHI VMEH
OF ALL AGES
NO moNKV IN ADYAWOK. VToSr
Orral appliance and aclesttifle rvaam
alea seat on trial to any rellahJ
Satan. A world-wuia reputation back of
this offer. Every obstacle to happy married!
Ufa removed. Full eirvncth, dorekpmen
and ton given toevery po.-i.ion of taa hotXf.
failure impossible ; age uo barrktr.
No C O. l. so be urn.
ERIE MEDICAL C0..ntRAw.'7:
S00 PACIFIC LiH Es
To 111 Feint. last
Solid vestibule trains, eonsistinif of pal
ace sleeping cars, luxu'ious dining carfc,
elegant day coaches, magnificent toun
UIHf W MV .
COST DIRECT ASO CFIKAFKST ROUTB
Alt pointa it the Okasagan Country.
Ge a pamphlet giving a full deacnptios
of this wonderful eoantry. Ask the airent
for a copy of tbe mining laws of Bnte
Lowea ratew o and froifl
Atlantic .teamsbip ines.
Canadian Pac. Ry. Uos
Royal Mail Steamship
line to China and Japan
CANADIAN ACSTBALIAH STBAXEB MJSS
HOBOLCLC, IMI AND ACSTKALIA.
Tbe shortest lioe to the Colonic. These
steamers carry an experiesced tnexbcaJ
man. and a stewardeas oa every voyage.
For time tables, pamphlets, or any is
ormatvon, call on or address.
S N A CO. AiraU. Albany Or.
! E J COYLE, Ag't, 146 Third St., Port
J and. Or.
i GEO. McL. BROWN. D P. A.
Vancouver. H. C
U PACIFIC a, R.
puilman Sleeping Oars.
Elegant Dirng Cars,
Tourisf Sleeping Car-'
ro Brand Forks
j Sew xork
; Soston and al
i ?oint Eset and Soath
! Through tkkdts to Japan and Cb as, m
iTacomaaad Northers PaciSc atpamafeif
! Co aa American line.
i For information, time cards, rasp sue
j tickets call on or writ C G Borgbart
aJOt, Albany, Or.
A II tnar,tr
DsrABt TIME SCHEDULES Abmtb
Salt Lake, Denver. Ft Fast
Worth, Omaha. Kan- Mad
sss City, St Louis, 7:20 am
Chicago and East.
Spokane Walla Walls, Spok- Spokane
Fiver ane, Minneapolis. St Fiver
2p'm Paul, Dal nth, Mil- 10A)Snm
waukee. Chicago. A
m OCEAN STEAMSHIPS 4pm
All Sailing dates subject
For San r rancisco
Sail Mas. 1. 4. 7. 10. 13.
16, W, 22,23,2s.
Sail May S, 16. 26.
S p m COLUMBIA RIVER 4pm
S i erriurcc VrsnnrfaT
( Founder STEAMERS- ExSanday
Tuesdar Portland to Corvalue inesaay
Tbur , and ay-Landing,
a aw- . S .
Lv Kiparia Lv Lswiston
1:45am SNAKE RIVER 5.-45 am
Mon.Wed Ripsria to Lewiston Sun.Tnes
and Fri. aad mur.
W. H. HURLBURT,
iita. Pass. Agent.
C.G.RAWLISGS, Portland, Or.
& EASTERTiR. R. CO.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
Connecting at Yaquina Bay with ths
San Fraiicisco & Yanaina Ba j
Sails from Yaquina every 8 day tot
San Francisco, Coos Bay.Humboldt Bay.
?ASSXGBB ACCOMODATtOJtf USSCBSASSSt
Shortest routs between the Willam
ette Valley and California.
Fare frra Albany and point west te
Round trip good for 60 days. . .
Steerage :vrVC"." r
To Humboldt Bay ana t ort vrioru,
Steamer "Albany" between Portland
md Corvallis. throigh without la r-crer.
Leaves Corrall s 6:30 a. rn. Tuesdajs.
Thursday aud Satunla, TeT
.and, Yamhill .treet dock. 0 a. m.
Mondays Wedn-edaysand iFrida;.
Enwis Stosx, 5- n:
Manager Supt River Div
NOTICE OF FINU SmiEMEMT.
kaum ia herebv riven that tbe una.
signed administrator of the estate of Jar
Carter, deceased. hat filed bis final accouit of
said eetate,wiUi ths cletk of tbecounij conrt
for Linn county, Oregon, and the county
court bas fixed the 9.h day of July, ltag. at
the hour cf 10 o'clock a m, to hear object
ions, it any, and to settle said account and
This 9th day of June, lf8.
Administrator rf the estate of Jans E
C arttj- deceasep.