Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, June 11, 1888, Image 4

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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1888.
tllSS'ItKAI, DIItlXTOKV.
B Cl.KVKT.AiI President.
. r. hayahii -Secretary or mh
. . KAIMCIIIM). PorlrvofTip.ii- ,iv
. Vila JecreUrr ofthe limn...
"wn.a,y,xtnmrr Hocn-tnry or N if
!.;. whithkt nocreiiiry 01 .
I. M. DlCKIoj Pout Miulcr Uewn.'
JL. H. Oami.akii Attorney General
wmumx ILWaitk CblefJuaUce,
Bute of Oregon.
U. H. Hmalor
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
MY.) WHOM IT MAY CONCKRX-XO-..
tine In hereby given thnt the under-
telesm.fWl liau ltAa anitfilnlAl iltaiinlllllkM'
7la Mila. .f I 4 ria UlA 4taf WalI I
n Hrc cwmtv iri i. . umif's fr v -
THE THERMOMETER.
il
iman
UOM'JI..... )
ITCH KM. 1
Mrat Hrkmamm Conareestr
f ""WTKIt PKKNOVKK Governor.
thee. W. McIIMii)K.cretarv ofHtnle
G.W. Wbbh 8mi Treasurer
It . MrKi.Kov Hujit, Pub. Instruction
ffcAVK C. Hakkk Mint Frlnlci
rVH-HTHAHAK )
fw.P. Lomi . r..Hupreme Judge
.W. TllATKR...!
Third Jodlclat Mitrlct.
It. l. Homk Jndcr
(Jen. W. Hkit 1'rowiitlng Atlorin.i
Mtrlon OsDiiljr.
M, I.. ''KAMHKUM.V . I
2. A. 1MiMKY . lJ4hite Swialoi-
J.R. Mimic I
J.T. UKIWII .
n.i.Vmtin.min
A. MLlJor-.rK r ltep.nlallve.
MT.B. (k)f.VKK
C. '. JIlCKU
M.N. Ciiai,kan.. Clerk.
Ohmmik Mack Deputy fieri'
JeN Xtrri)- HIktIM
H. ciimx Deputy Hherit:
Avowr Gimr Treasurci
T.t'. hiiaw Uuunty Judgr
; wakhhkn:::::: - onmm-iou. r.
ifmmiiy A. I'kkhi.hm ftchool Km i
ttn Nkwhom Htirvev. i
- ...-.-.-.... ....... (OIM.-
. I'. I, I'MKJKM) HIlfMp ImpCM li i
Illy of HIcm.
J.J. Mtmt'i-r Mayc
... jiuim lal ward 1
UMk WII.MAMM ll Ward
Own. L'oi.i.i.vs Unil Ward .
CtaimHKJiiil Ward..
Jni-Mlswollrd Ward
Vr. W. Hkimmkk llnl Whi!
Km. Itimn llli Wnnl
U. . JIitttun llli WHnl J
.. r. m' jii.hii.
JAMM ItOM.
1T.T.
Of It. A.OIWr lat of
ounutjr, ilecoiKed, by the honornhlp county
court mth ntat irf Orngon, for the county
of Marlon. Alt IxTKonn having rlaltris
agalnat aald eli are hereby requlrfd to
present them with proper voucher to the
undanlnied at the oflioe of J. J. Murphy,
(JrtfwoM'n block, Halrm, Oregon, within
fix HiotilM from the dateofthla notice.
AIXJNXO OKKKKlt,
'AdinlnlatratiK-of wild ttte.
(Mem, Ogn., .Mar 11, Itm.
State Trenurer,5TlilrtJ-Tlilril Notlco
HtatK or fmwms.TnitAafKmt'aorrirKl
Mai.kn, Ma)' !,)
Xotl In hrrehy given tliat there are
fmida oft hand to my the lollowlng war
mn In ilmwn on the live er cent fund, and
land fund: Warrant mimberfd IMS, IIMH,
IHI7, 1, . HM7, Hit, 791. 7W, HW and WW
Iwnie of 178. Intenwt will not lc allow wl
alter the date or thin notice.
U. W. Wkhh,
5M HtattTreurer.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
AN INSTRUCTIVE SKETCH AiOUT
A VERY USEFUL INVENTION.
Three Kind of Inntrumenta In Common
Use Thrmigliont the World The J ahr
cnhelt Tlierniiutieter The 7mto I'olut.
Methnd of Verification.
The thermometer in its eruda form was
invented lty a HollatMler named Corneliua
Drebliel, who, it appous, inmia the first in
strument, which lie oal!l a "heat meas
urer," in tbo year HJ.J8. Hi thermometer a3
simple enough, and had numerotM defecto,
XKAV AIlVKKTISEJIICfTg.
II GAF1TDL .1DMB
Attention
A
o wtot we wi
Eft
Mention !
mllK UNDKItHIONKI) liKKKUY OIVW
I notice of hi ii)Hlntineiit an aanlgneu
or all the eUte of A. .Mayer, ofHHlciii, Ore
gon. by general nmlgnmeiit ofthlH date for
llieiienenioiHii nm ureoiiorH.
Alleredltororld A. .Majer are hereby
notified to piewnt their clalniK duly vert
MmIUiiiim, at Salem, within threti inontlnt
from till dale, and all jwrMiim owing mid
A, Miyer will call and settle lininedlately.
Salem, Oregon, May lllli. 1W.
inrtlKNK WILMS.
S:19-d1w AMlgneO of A .Maj er.
Uoilhcllhii
Tlecorrtei
. Vliaralml
. IlKLf, MViMlirt .
h.a. lllMdllAM Atlonu"
J.ftTHOMIWlN Hllll'tofKtttei-l
tiw, ciium.'iiii.tbciiiri:naiiKt)rM. r. n.
I!. H. (Illllfl..
J. Wai.tiK U. K (InininlHaionc,
.ItoMPM Ai.iikht.JJIl'IihI hervlcediMicrtH.
JMilV AUVIiUTINICMK.N'lt.
TARIBTV STORE!
W, M. SARGEANT -
ICHiMH lliinnliHikcif
Wall Paper, Borders ami Centers,
IIAUY DUOQICS, EXPRESS WAGONS,
T Tool Cliosls, Vrlotipwlw, Ilicyclcs,
HXSKKT.S, anl nil kln.li of fit SI IB.; ,3T
ISWIICIAL. OKl'ISU'
ON URGB BOOT Fill WOOD.
k'nnw All. liv flipsp iirespnis: That the Capitol Adventure Co. neither
slumlKjr- nor sleerH, but are awake and up to the time", and know well
that owinjr to the depression of business in the Ent there will be many
failures. Now we want to be ready to capture any bargains that may
be ottered on account of such failures, and to do this it will be necessary
rr nut iw. fin lmiid in v A'firU- nnil Pliirniro. in ieion. and be armed
TT.M., ... i" - ......-... .w .. u... . - r?-7- . '... ...
coiunstins of a gam bull at the top of a long . witli plenty of the commodity commonly called Cash, witn wmcuvie
ttilie, the lower and open end being placed ' can uotuit tile JKiopie 01 I ms country are wen suppneu, auu " wi u.
in a vel illleil with water, colored by a o-' to get it, we will from now until the first of August ofl'er such bargains
lution of nitrate of copper. Tliin Inirtrument j as will induce those having money to divide with tw.
wanlmproved upon, and lu defect gradually You all know that our Manager has ueen in business here for the last
removed by othere; but it was llallcy, the , twenty years and always does as he advertises. About August 1st ho will
famous Knglluli astronomer, who first pro- start ftast to buy a large fall stock, and in order to do this we will ofler
posed the nso of mercury a a fluid for the our whole stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods. Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks, Valises, Tobacco, Cigars, Paper, Envelope, Cottons, etc., at a
great sacrifice, and in order that the general Public may know that we
mean business, we mention the price of some of our goods till August 1st.
A irood Ifommod Handkerchief for 1 ct. 1000 line O-trich Flumes for 50 c each
Overland to California
-VIA-
Oregon k California Rail Road
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MOUNT SHASTA MIT
Time Ilttween Salem and San Franiu.
Thlrt)-slx Hoars. ttiW
CALIFORNIA KXrRESS Tit Aly-n UT
I oftET"
in-wTS-
"SouthT
4:00 p. m.
0:80 p. m.
7:40 n. m.
IiV.
L.V.
Ar.
Fortland
Salem
Son I-'run.
Ar.
1a.
Lv.
JJn.ni.
LIP-in.
LOCAIi PASSESOKK TRAIN rDAlT
CK1T SO-DAY).
8:00 a. m.
1:02 a. m.
12:10 p. m.
IfV.
Lv.
Ar.
Fortland
Snlem
Ktigene
Vr. i n.irsr
fv)r
Lv.
Lv.
- '- P. m
PULLMAN BITrCT SLEEPEKs."
Excursion Sleepers for second-clnaa ,.
scngers ou all through trains frefTw
clinrtrp. w u
I oiler the lioaliiiiitllty or large llr wikm!
In live eonl Iota and over, unwed twice, at
H itercord; mwl oui'c.tti IK). If you wmit
thbflttoe (m1, llmliiot fiirniict'VMKnl,
and the ohwiat wood ymiain burn, give
me your order ""y order taken now will
held good to fetilcmlMr 1st. No imjincnl
demauded until wimhI In delivered. Now
Ujonr time to engage your winter's Hiip
ply of v, ood.
(iko. n. fionnum.
IIIMcc wllh U. V. JohiiHon.itViCiiiiimer
clnl street.
Mwldings ami Frames Mailo (o Onlcr.
K.J. BABCOCK,
Cabinet Maker!
NI)
UNDERTAKER."
PAnHAll-HJlILOCICTATKl
Salem, Oregon.
Vn l
A fllillluenf L'askcU alwai s ou liunil.
FOR SA1.H.
Tkwie Hier, Ihhii and wulwi-s.
tmasit III arllat nmlerlal, kUkIi as
lJMKorull Itlnila, llriKhmoiallnlsa
IHmiilMK. AUmiIIik
Hon'l
i, and
COLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Math Hh- fminniol all MaM, In faoleveiy.
tiling elM that can lie thought of.;
Cwia nml Sou for Yourselves
"Live ami Let m I'aial Shoi.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
House, Sign
---AND
General Painters.
Kabomlners, Pupar Hangrt ntl
Decorators.
One smii of llorMD, Keveit yearsjdd.l
One Lumbsr Wngon.
One Hack.
Una Mart, ami INU.
TmiiOiwd,
One jearllng Colt.
Dim lluimu-,
UnuiMiltlwtnr,
UuelMiulPrill.
One I'Jow.
IoublellHrnisM,
For iwrtloiibtm imII at 1'. H. Winters A
I Ihxihm' utore, UK) Ooui t sti eet.
dWAVlmw T. I'. TUCK Kit.
Post Your Friends in ilio Fast!
hvijiiy oxiTcoiimjiBxis
AilorOen wl riwlic iwuiiiM allwtiUon.
IMtiiiatmt t all kliKls wurk lu our ltu
MmstAUU tt4t. NaiutWHHH. guanmlMd.
HMt) um twin House um amrt SUWI,
im.
I'sonuiir ikly million, as it imiiIhIih mi
imifli etevllent reading mutter. We iin
nhu vrttlliuj up the frill I Interests or this
eetiim.aitdx on cannot do lienor t linn to
baetlieieeklv inullmt tti vnnr n-li.iiiU,.nt
bom ou u Uli to mm mi hi) ivutimvi m
Oregon.
HENRY .SCHOMAKER,
.ManulKctuntrid
The Stamltinl Combination Fence!
I No. 200 Cs.nmrril St.
All Styles it Feteiif ')hk l Order
50N muoin' NOTIOSt
GiuVKitAI. IIUCKSIIITIIING
-ANU-
1-IORSlSSWOBINC. I !
All lit Imunivm! luolhoiU nf atuna
"-fft?.?1?0? . 4- .
in psw imv msmvsutw
All. Ih lmiwivra tutit4i4 of stlMMliia
nrv awiNUiM or UM
tls atsf Vkftllkf' fSurtrtlaaH
.,... . ... , bwh eat !.
3IS!Sl?S.".Wl,?rt,i"sM: ItmwMie
sMNerwiuur well
htl(leiimi lu all
" IttUMI IU UPMMtt. M
JOHN KNIGHT, Tl HomW,
iuuuiisiai sirwt.
Of.
DUG AN BROS, i
P.L'U M B.1S RS !
'IAS AMI STIJAM FiTTKllS,
....And ilsideni la. r;
.Stoma aiul rimuliiu (ioods,
. stew aiNsH,.'
ciVMWI, : : i OUUIIOX.
OTho HUVMHU'dUim: 1
isMied MArah ad HjiU,
v-aesi vru. 1 ts an 4May
W4U of uwlul later
MUM wr all wba inir.
o. Ui. ImurUs ar the
u.lUM ot itf. w
fu etotae yuu ai4 furutok ywi wits
ail U. uourr and uaiMwary
Maiaus U tux, walk, Un. !),
at, K hunt, wk. g to kurti,
y at koMte, an4 ib various .,,,
tfi aad quasiUUes Just tVgwr out
wMl u ruir4 M 41 at! istuu
CVKf IRTaBir MJimiHa at WfUte
aitlsMti ul Um value of Um MUVMMii'
OUIUH. wluak wUI be ms utiaM
iwoMtM of 10 eit to pay ,
MtJN I UUMhHY VVAMI1 Jb f!fl ".
11X41 KlalusM Avenua. OsuommJU , ' "
PU RN ITTJ RK
H "KV-
KOTAN M WMI'FKICYJ
m CeeK Kmi teksm, Qeejes.
HevtM tuwgM out Um teswalasVei of list
tltennometer,
Tliere are now three kinds of thermometerg
in common use throughout the world; but the
form invented liy Professor Daniel Fahren
heit, an ingenious German in the year 1T(W,
and from nhom the instrument lias been
named, is Um one generally emiiloyed in this
country, and with which nearly overy intel
ligent family in tho land is provided, though
the "centiflrado thermometer" is really the
most convenient nnd is now adopted in all
countries us the standard scale for scientlfl'
reference, and like the metric system, its
general use in this country is doubtless merely
n 'luestiou of time.
Mercury boils nnd vaporizes at a tempera
ture of (X degs. Fahrenheit and for obtain
ing any higher temperature than this a me
tallic instrument called the pyrometer is
nado tie of, hut ita indications aro unreli
nlile. and yet it remains to discover mmo
more accurate method of measuring degrees
nf heat higher thau (WO dags, by tho Fahren
heit thermometer. At a tcmrierature of M)
dogs, below oro morcury freeees and bo
comrs a solid mass malloablo under the hain
iner, nnd for loner tomiK-ratures, pure alco
hol (spirits of nine) coloied red with car
mine, ii usually umplojcd, but as in the a&e
of the pryomutvr, its indications cannot bo
dejiendcl ujion for accuracy. Fabruiheit
was not slow to recognize tho advnnU;,'es
pesswed by mercury as a Huld for the tuUi
of the tliennoiitetor. Mercury, as tin excel
lent conductor of hent, is vastly more sus
ceptible to tho changes of temperature than
nil other fluids. It is much more easily ob
tained In n jierfectly puro state tliun alcohol,
nlilch, even when preiwred with tlw greattt
care, often coiitalnu air us well na other ad
mlxttirus; and nlcohol is tometiinea rendered
thick liy great decrees of cold, anil under tho
higher ilegriwi ef boat it uxpamU uxcessivtly
and ununlfoimly.
T1IK CEItO TOIXT.
Ill the Fahrenheit thermometers the spao
between the freezing nnd boiling jwint of
water Is divlili-d into ISO epinl ports or Ce
greus, tho former being SJ dogs, mid tho latter
21U degs. above zero, which vus so called by
tho Inventor from tho fact that he 6upiKed
it to i ml lea to tho point of obeoluto cold, or
tho very lowost degree thnt could lie pro
duced nnd measured liy any instrument. Uut
the lowest degree of cold (xihsililu to Ihj olv
taliicnl is now estimated to 1h 523 dogs., and
thu grentest m-tillclal cold over produced i
Ul degs. by tho FuhriMiheit thermometer.
Tho fcoro point of n thermometer does not in-
dlcnto tho total absence of boat, as commonly
tuppoM.ni nun tne lerm mhjiuh to Imply, for mi
nlMtluto sero of teuiiumturo lias never yet
lioen attained, and has only lau npproxi
nuitoly determined, though it is com.idered
"convenient as nn ideal starting K)lnt." Tho
lero of u Kahrenlielt thenuumeter is t!
teniperaturo of a mixture of ico and commnn
wilt, which is usually employ tl in tho opera
tion of f mixing ico cream.
Tho ero point of a thermometer should al
ways Ihj carefully verified, lmlei the instru
ment is know ii to lie correct. To do this im
merse t)ie bulb in a veael tilled with snow or
pounded ico, and presa slightly a 1m er of sev
eral iuchiM tiniutid it, so that the stem, w hich
kliould lie exnotly ieriendlcular, is covered
with snow as high as the freeuug jxilnt on
tho walo. Do this in a room, tho tempiraturo
of which is aboie the frcciiug iHlnt, as thnt
poltit iudiuaU'e the temjierature of melting
wiow. Then in about half an hour mid it,
taking onro U have tho eyo exactly perixi
dloulnr to the column of nwrcury, ami mov
ing tlw thruKNiiti' freely about in the mix
ture. In (mmi the top of the mercury iuhI
tlw f rooting poiut on the scale ilo not oor
rwtpotwl, note the dllTereuce. Some instni
luenta hiii so coutruetl as to admit of tooe
ealug Uioacivwsiuid slidiim thu glass tube
laxUllug the mercury up or do u a disteMe
et)ul-aleut to the error, but It is not advtaa
btV t-o make freiutit luechauical eliaugee of
Ibis klml. The correction aliove iuiiioated
kbuukl Iki applied to vacli i-wtdiug of too
hwU AiUun- K. liarrett iu Detroit l'io
Prwa.
Tim lUkliiin's Uellghma Uellef.
In roferonoe to their religious beUefii aud
ieUtiotw, the Uskinw are miierkaUj
iicot, fur the rwasou pnlwhly tnat tbair
Infcatvourse has chteDy been w ith rough, rode
Mtlor, and they are afraid of having their
oberished eeretiKinies made the butt of the
white man's ridicule.
The dead are burieil ia the suow in winter
Mwo. and aiuuug the rook lu the sutttHwr,
pikw of atones bvlug heaped uikki thorn to
Lveti otT the wolves and OAt. With Use uatki
dead they bury a knife aud r. IMbre
W ant of guns they burieil also a bow awl
arrow, but when Umm Iuutw obuleio thsa
dW not put a gun iu thwr pla.s nrglitMC
MMtutly eutxagh that be mux Uv a poor ban
ter iHpMd who eHunot got all the gasne he
Meeds lu the hefu) hunting ground vfish a
knife and ar a his only w.pon. It
woukt apfMMr as if there wvtv advnwed
thlnken, moreover, who hold that eve Mm
fctsue ami uwar are not Reomarv m a lend
ofencn unlwuteil plenty, an.i whoaoMrU
ln -Hve the da4 niftn of Una, tor K ts
vwy naraly thnt grave are found UH aw-
UhtuscthsMarucK With tQwuneMitr
bury nothing, nuhiing that niuMosstr w
busM Nnsne Air Ihesn in the next orWH
m wsv nave rows in Mnv. J
f !-.!. is.
TlieO. it C Itallroad ferrv mnw
ncctlon with all the regulnr trains on th.
East Side Division from foot ol F stU?.
Fortland. r SIreet-
Irfinre
rnrfhill.
rn Kioek of llowcrs. nrlco no object.
Ijidles' Chenilso 15 c. each, worth 50 c.
Ladlec .Night uownsouc. encn ivonu.a
And all our stock of Ladles' 'White Goods
In proportion.
50,000 Iudle Hat Frames, 10 c. each, worth
50 c. to SI each.
12 Fish Hooks and 1 Line for 3 c.
Hood Scrubbing llnishes 5 c. each.
Good White Wash llrushes 10 c. encb.
llest Patent Clothes Fins 5 c. per doz.,
worth 12Kc.
Good Fly Hooks 2 c. each.
50 Hcnms Letter Fapcr, 2 c. per quire.
10 B) Letter Fapcr, 5 c. per quire.
100 doz. Memoranda Ifooks, 1 c. each.
500 boxes Lubln Toilet Soap, 0 c per box
worth HI c.
rVgood article of Gent' Summer Undershirts nnd Dra were for 20 c. each.
The above arc only a few of the genuine HAKGAIN.S that wo will offer. Ilesldes
thoe our whole stock will bo ollered at prices lower than nnywhero elo hi the city,
without nny exception.
We are not going out of business but nre hero to stay nnd only do this to mako room
for our large full stock. Call and bo convinced, lluy nnd be happy.
Iteinember theMj bargains can only bo seemed at the Opera House Corner, from tho
1!IM101 AUll'llUtri'UI.
each.
A silver, gold or steel thimble, 1 ct. each.
A Rjxiol of Clark's, Coat'R or Kerr's Thread,
3 c. each.
A spool good Sewing Silk, best brand and
nsMirted colors, for 3 c.
2spoolsHllk Button Hole T wit for 3 c.
2 skeins Saddlers' Silk for 3 c.
1 sheet gold, silver or plain Card Hoard,
le. worth 10c.
1,000,000 doz. Horn and Cloth covered
Dress lluttons worth 25 to 50 c. a doz.,
for 5 c. a doz.
100,000 d07. Fine Jet nnd Mctnl Buttons,
wort h 50 c to Si a doz. for 10 c a doz.
1,000 yds. Ijico worth 5 c. a yd., for 1 c. a yd.
Ijice worth 10 c. per yd. will bo hold for 3
nnd G c. n yd. Other Kdglngs and
jMiioromcry in projioriion.
S. FRIEDMAN, Manager.
All kinds 'of Farm Produce Bought.
WM. BROWN & CO.
DEALEIl IN-
B I O I O I T 1'S
"l - . - -
West Side Division, Between Portland
and Cerrals:
DAILY (EXCEIT SUNDAY).
7:30 n. m. I Lv.
12:25 p. m. Ar.
Fortland-Corvallls
An
Lv.
6:15 n.in"
lJip.m.
M'MINNVILLE KXl'KKhS TllAIS (DVIlv
EXCE1T SUNDAY).
"KWaTffi:
5:15 a. m.
4:.j0 p. m.
8:00 p. m.
Ev. Fortland SfT
Ar.McMlnnvllle Lv.
At Albany nnd Corvnllls connect with
trains of Oregon Faclllc Kallroad.
For full Information regarding rate
maps, etc, apply to tho Company's ncent!
Salem, Oregon. E. P. K0BLI1S
It. koEHLER, G. F.and Fass-A-'t.
Manager.
Oregon Railway anil Navigation
COMPANY.f
"Columbia River Route."
Trains for the cast leavo Portland nt KM
a m and 2 p m dally. Tickets to and from
principal points in, the United States, Can
ada and Europe.
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS.
Emigrant Sleeping Cars run; through on
oxprobs trains to
OMAHA,
COUNCIL
BLUFFS
and st.
PAUL
S HOES S
M
icr
'ii
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Felts and Furs.
No. Mf Commercial Street,
SALKM, - - OKKGON.
idiiio;s! rmf
Free of Charge and Without Change.
Close connections at Fort land forSan Fran
cisco ond Fuget Sound points.
For further particular! inquire of I. A.
Maiming, agent of tho company, Capital
Journal otlltt, Court street, Salem, Ogn.,
or A. L. Maxwell, G. F. &. T. A., Portland,
Oregon.
A. L. MAXWELL, G. F. AT. A.
H. H0LC0MB, Gcnl. Manager.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Oregon Development company's
steamship line. 22o miles shorter, 20 hours
Ions time than by any other route. Fln,t
class through passenger and freight lino
from Portland nnd all points In tho Wil
lamette valley to nnd from. Snn Francisco.
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
Tho "Win. M. Hoag," the "K. S. Bent
ley," the "Three Sisters," aro In service for
both passenger nnd freight trnlHo between
Corvnllls nnd Portland nnd Intermediate
wociljf Capita
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week as follews:
NORTIt beund:
lenvo Corvallls, Monday, Wednesday and
Jrldny, U A m: arrive Salem .Monday
ednesdnv nnd Frldnv.S t m- imm iin
Tuesday, thursdav nnd Saturday, B v m:
arrive l'ortlnud. Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday,3:30PM.
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LeaVO Porllalld. Monrinv. Wolnnolmr
nndl-rldny.UAM; urrio Salem, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 7:15 p si: leavo
Salem, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
(JAM: lirrl0 Covvnlll Tnnrirlnv Tlinrw.
day and Saturday, 3:30 v m.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays):
Leavo Albany ..-.-... i.-oo P M
Leavo Con-nUls -.... -1:17 FM
Arrive Yaqulua 5:50 I'M
Leave Yuqulna - - - tfcSOAM
lMe Connllls 10:33 AM
Arrlvo Albany 11:15 AM
O. ,t C. trnlus connect Tnl Albany nnd
Corvnllls.
The above trains connect nt YAQUINA
with tho Oregon Development OVs Lino
orsteamshtps between Yuqulna nnd Sud
Francisco.
SAIMX0 DATES.
STEAMEltS, FROM SAN riUVNCISCO
Willamette Valley, ..May 31
A I Inmotto A'nlloy, June It
Willamette Valley June 22
STlUMEIlh. FItOM YAQUINA.
Willamette Valley May 28
ainetto Valley Juno 8
J amette Valley June 17
A lllametto Vnllay ...Juno 2S
This comimny reserves the right to
change sailing dates without notice,
ii2v, u-" Passengers from Portland and nil
illamette Valley ixilnts can make close
connection with the trains of the
'.SF'.A HOUTE nt Albany orCorvolIU,
and lr deatlnetl to San Francisco, should
a"U8o to arrive at Yuqulna the evening
hetore date of Railing.
I'assrnnr anil Freight Itates Aiwsjs the
I?t.r or information apply to Messrs
HULMAN t Co., Freight nnd Ticket
Agents 20) and 2U2 Front sL lrtland,Or
or to
C.C. IIOGUE. Ao't Gen'l FrU &
Pass. Agt., Oregon PacitlcB. It. Co
,, Corvallls, Or.
C.H.ITASWELL.Jr.Oen'1 Fit; &
Pa. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., 301 Montgomery St.;
San Francisco, Cat.
H. IC. DuBou. joe DcBois
Dubois brothers
Proprietors
.Gliemekete Hotel.
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