Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, May 07, 1889, Image 3

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    THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL.
WHO IS KESPONSJLBLE?
An Attempt to Fix tho Rosponsl
'bllity for tho Amorlcan Dude.
TKANSrOItTATION.
THE RELIABLE'GROCERS,
TH YA0UINA ROUTE.
y y
A Studont of Social Topics Exonerates
Fathers and Mothers mniUVentures to
Ilurl n Terrlblo Accusation at tlitr
Giddy Girls of tho rorlod.
In tho whole- galaxy of mortal perplexi
ties tbcro Is nono mora pcrplexlni? than
that of fixing tho responsibility for tho
dudo, says Munsoy's 'Weekly.
Tiio creature exists in every land, with
tho possiblo exception of England, tvhero
thoso who would bo dudes if they wcro per
mitted to, go into tho nrmy. Thero is no
such leisuro class in England as thero is in
this country. To bo sure, theroaro Dukes and
Marquises and Barons and Lords, but these
men aro not dudes, because they havo du
ties to perform, which I admit tho Ameri
can dudo has not. They represent an idea,
which tho American dudo does not. They
aro part of a system tho American dudo is
a part of a disorder, ho represents chaos in
its complotcst form, ho is a confused con
glomeration of trousers, flesh, cravats,
blood, bono and shirt collar; purposeless,
incapable of thought, his life ono hopeless
round of tailors' bills, cocktails and cig
arettes. Who is responsible for Win!
I have heard it 8 aid that his father is re
sponsible for him, but it has always seemed
to mo that this is not a just assertion. Pri
marily responsible for him, no doubt, is tho
father of tho dudo, yet in these days when
tho struggle for existence is so florco a
fif?ht, when oven death itself entails an ex
penso so great that it deters tho man of
moderate means from committing suicide,
when tho cost of living seems overwhelm
ing, what opportunity is thero for tho
father to direct his son in tho proper path
toward tho goal of mediocrity which must
now be regarded as tho limit of the dude's
capacity? How can the father in these
days; when decent poverty is tho lot of him
who but ten years apo would havo been ac
counted wealthy, sparo a moment of his
timo to seo that his boy is cast in the mold
of manhood? Is it not too much for tho
parent to devoto timo to tho education of
his son when timo is so valuable a com
moditydoes not the father, indeed, do all
that can bo expected of him wnen ho al
lows the boy tlO.OOO a year on which to
bring himself up?
No. Tho father must not bo blamed for
the dude. If ho does not givo his personal
attention, ho gives him its cash equivalent
and his conscienco is clear.
Others say tho mother is responsible for
tho dude. i.
I am loath to beliovo this.
' Tho shoulders of the mothor must not "bo
overburdened by sogreat a responsibility as
this. How can un observing person who
knows tho ways of tho mother of the dudo
reach so absurd a conclusion ? Is it not clear
to alL men of experience that tho dude's
mother is quite as busy, and as hopelessly
busy, too, as tho dude's father? When wo
consider tho ceaseless round of social duties
that devolve upon this beautiful matron,
when wo think of all the calls to be made,
tho receptions to bo given and attended, the
teas, tho cotillions, the theater parties to be
engineered, tho parties of young people to
do chaperoned ttie balls to bo patronized,
tho amateur theatricals to bo supervised,
tho number of establishments, town house,
country house, mountain lodge, shooting
box, not to mention the yachts and house
boats to bo looked after, how can we, I say,
when wo consider all these things, add to
tho weight upon tho maternal shoulders by
making tier responBlblo lor tno idiosyn
crasies of her son! Her horses must be
exercised in tho afternoon, her opera box
must be occupied at night, hor dress-maker
must bo seen in the early morn surely the
mother has not a moment to devoto to tho
adolescent dude, and how can she be held
responsible for him when she has nothing
to do with him?
Again tho theorists are fallible. The
mother, no more than tho father, is re
sponsible for this curious freak of nature.
This leaves but two possibly responsible
persons to bo considered tho dude's nurse,
or tho girl of tho period. Tho nurse is
quickly disposed of, because, after attaining
his majority, the average dude has no use
for a nurse. He breaks nway from her,
hires a valet, on whom no responsibility de
volves further than that of keeplnff tho
dust out of his master's wardrobe and see
ing that bis shoes are removed when ho
goes to bed in tho early morning. The
nurso must bo absolved of responsibility.
So we come to tho proper solution of the
problem. The etfrl of the period is respon
sible for tho dude. This conclusion may
not bo disputed, for it can not be denied
that if the girl of tho period were to insist
upon something better than small talk,
were to discountenance tho cigarette school
of philosophy upon which are based so
many of Mr. Edgar Baltus' alleged studies
of society, were to insist upon a higher idea
. of life than that which holds as Its aim the
running up of tailors bills nnd the sucking
of cane handles in club windows, if indeed
thamodern girl, whom we all love In spite
of her faults, were to discourage tho dudo
in his chaotic inanity and refuse to uphold
him longer, deserting him for the man of
true ideals, of lofty ambition, of brains, the
dude would no longer exist, for the instinct
of self pi eservotlon would lead him to kill
himself off.
This Is no doubt paradoxical.
It is nono the less true.
ysiy lLLLLll
iss? ss;
POWI
Absolutely Pure.
Hi is powder never varies A marvel of
purity, sirengtnnnuvvliolcomene;)!. More
economical than the orrtlnurj klmK,nnd
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude oflow tet, short weight nlum or
phosphate powders. Sold onlv In cans.
ltOVAL, Uakino) roviKjtCu..lou Wall.N.Y
For the Public Good.
It is an indisputable fact that the hand
soinest vcMlbulo trains that nro now run
on the American continent are thoo on
thclhiillugtnn route, leaving fioin Un'on
depot In Denver, nNo St. Paul, Immediate
ly on arrival or all through trains from the
west. The llrst and second class coaches
arc magnificent, tho icc'lnlng chair cms
submit, tho Pullman sleepers extremely
luxuriant, and its for tho metis that are
served In those palace liurlington dining
errs yum yum. The next time you go
east to Kansas City, Chicago or St. louls,
If you mention to the ticket agent that ou
want your ticket to lead from Denver or
.St. I'ii ul over tho Darlington route, you
"vill get It, nnd you will nl ways bo glad of
it.
if you go via tho Northern or Canadian
1'aelhc. tho elegant vestibule trains ol
Tho ilui'llngtnn Uoute, between Ht. Paul
and Chicago, or St. Louis, will carry you
along the eastern shore of the Mississippi
river for a dlstanco of 3.V) miles amidst
scenery that cannot he surpassed; or, If you
so via the Oregon Short Line or Southern
Pneillc, and your ticket reads via The
Hurllngton Itoute from Cheyenne or Den
ver, you will pass through ail the thriving
cities and towns located In what Is popu
larly known as the Heart of the Continent.
For further Information njiply to A. C.
Sheldon, General Agent, & First street,
Portland, Oiegon. I-ltUUtwtt
k
oUnlo,
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem,
Specialties in 'Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, -Cream Cheese, etc.
WE LEAD T1ST CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call.
Weekly Capita,
Journal!
Flas Been Enlarged
A M
11 TO 10
$50. HORSES. -$50.
Ano hundred head of brood mares
U
TOLD BY SENATORS.
Two
CoburgMnll
From Tort
land
Stories IUaitratlnc rralrlo Juoraii
Where, Lumber Is Concerned.
Old Phlletus Bawyer, the genial Senator
from "Wisconsin, who can tell a good story
as well as any of them, amused his col
leagues and tho New York Tribune corre
spondent in thecommittce room of pensions
the other day by referring to tho smartness
of a local preacher near his home, who, ho
says, is as sharp and shrewd at a bargain as
he is prompt to attend to tho spiritual re
quirements of those in affliction. This
preacher was called upon once to attend a
funeral, and on returning home remarked,
with no small satisfaction, that ho had " Im
proved the time by making fifteen dollars In
a wood trade whilo the mourners were vie w
ing the corpse."
This little lumber story reminded one of
tho Nebraska Senators of ono of the most
powerful and effective revivals tbatever oc
curred in the West at a little town in his
State not a thousand miles from Omaha,
where every male inhabitant, with a single
exception, was converted, Tho inhabitants
of the town were, as a rule, wretchedly
poor. The president of the railroad com
pany on the line of which the town was
situated, touched with sympatny for their
condition, approached one of the principal
men and inquired if they ever had any
preaching out in that section.
" Preaching! " said the person addressed.
"Ob, yes; we had a great revival hero last
vHntir nml nil cot converted but one man,
who said he could not jom the church until ( ,,(,
and
youncr horses for sale. Forty or Ally
colts expected in the spring Two Hue
horses, Clyde and Perihcon stock, weight
sixteen nnd seventeen hundred; have been
with tho band for the past "tlneo years.
Original htock from "the best quality ol
marcs. For particulars address or see
V. It. I1YAH.S,
wit. Salem, Or.
GRANTS LOOK MM!
Wo "wish to soy n low words to the readers of the Journal in
regard to foetwear:
1st. Our-stoek for this SPUING comprises nil the lntest nnd most
desirable styles in both Indies' and yents' footwear
2d. We carry no shoddy goods, but guarantee to sell the best goods
the market aflords at lower prices than any other house, quality con
sidered. 3d. .Your attention is Invited to our immense line of
Ladies' Light Footwear!
j3;KThc nttcntlon of the ladies is particularly invited to this department.
Now is the time to buy before the stock is broken.
Our stock is large,' well selected and varied. You can see all that is
new nnd desirable, n'nd'wc will guarantee to fit you and suit you.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN,
No. 211 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
iiid Greatly -lmprovct
Now Is -The
rown & Co.,
J11BAPEST SBWSPAPKR IS ORKGOK!
TI BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
IN MARION COUNTY
Read Our Reduced Terms!
"WEEKliY, one year, Jil.fit). WEEKLY, six mouths.- -SO.".
Now Head Our Discount for Cash'
DEALERS INv
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CO ,-1 (J)
Having farmed In this countiy for over
half a century, which gives us n thorough
knowledge ol tiiecountry,ve now oiler our
services to you in
mm
is
and take pleasure- In announcing th.it wo
havo a very lino list of property from
which to select, embracing' homo ol tho
best
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms
In Marlon and J.inncounties.nt prices that
cannot be duplicated in tho Willamette
valley. Other valuable properly of vail
ous kinds n tiered at "bod rock" prices.
Come and Sec and You Will He Convinced
that wo aro offering all that wo hero claim.
Come bv Narrow Giiuco railway, or to
Turner and lake stage, (four miles).
uescriptivo price list oi larms ami niner
property sent on application. Locating
two or more families near each other a spe
cialty. II. C. & J. II. PORTER,
Ileal Kslato .Agents.
Aumsville, Marlon county Or. J-MO
OREGONIAN RAILWAY CO.
(Limited Line.)
C1IAS. X SCOTT, - - Itcrelver.
' tOn and after Fob. 18 li5U.nml until fin thcr
notion trains will run dally (excent Hun-
day) us follews:
EAST SIDIS.
Kv.ll.3uum
Ar. IU.ue
Kv. 2.15 pm
3.10
3:31
11.)
3.5.1
-1.03
4.10
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60
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D.20
10:15
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l'ortl'd Mall
STATIONS.
Tom 'i d l'ort
Mild
r-ouTr.ANMiuw v,Ar. i.iapm.
Foot ofJcl on. ht,
Hay's Landing, Ar i.jw
St J'nul's, 12.17 ,
Woodburn,
Towncnd,
McKte,
Ml. Angel,
Down's,
Mlvcrton.
Johnston' Mil!
Switzerland,
KustrildoJunct,
Macleny,
Aumille,
West rimy ton
O P Crossing,
West Xvo,
Cmutrec,
Fplcer,
Tiillnmii,
lMiilnvlew.
Ilrowiuvllle,
Ilowlaud,
Colmrg.
Alt
KViKv
lioo
n.ifl
11.10
11.21
(Ul
n.00
10JO
1U.1U
1007
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0.18
8.50
8.10
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5.30
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Leath
er and Findings
CASH PAID FOR
W0GL, HIDES, PELTS AND FURS.
231 Commercial Street, Salem, Or
accommodation of tho mibl o. u:o
I to tho attention of tho tho HUNCJI0Y
nnd Hlccnv ones to "Our Home" bods, now
.and clean; good "Home" meals served rog-
uianyinreo times a nay. rwo i;uiucso in
tho kitchen. Givo us a cull and seo lor
yours. If.
K. M. L.A.W, TToprlotor.
Cor. Court and High Ht., Halem, Or.
TO
J
ff TO S
!
FOUND!
Success in UurtineiM requires preparation ! Therefore, thoroughly muster
Commercial Arithmetic, l$iininefcs"PeinnuiiHhlpand IluslnesH Correspon
dence, UooU-keepJiiK by both Single and Double Entry, tho nature iind
correct life of Commercial Paper, Commercial Law and Huslness practice.
Learn, ulso, Shorthand and Type-writing. Manifold, and Dictation work.
-All thChO are needed in mihiiuiw, aim are iiioroiiKiuy taiiijiii. oy oxper
halii jjuwuM'auuiiiiiiui-;
Crlswold's Jllock, Sulem, Oregon.
lenced teaclieiH at tho
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE "& CO'SJ
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
ha had tolan timber enough from tho rail'
road company to fence tii iarm."
I suppose that thaaa two stories, as Ulus
traUae prairte BOrals where lumber is con
crd, are uslqiw, If I iy b persaitted to
fwyatrfttafttatl
Ar
Ti,-Uci at iiruueula per
mile on (Uileat ktulion nuvus us""1"
Connection nt liny -4ind . J-uIquart
Kandlng with Sittamer"C'liy of Makin
General Omo6,N Xot. Klwtand I'lne,
l"ortHBd,Oron.
ViTj ilTrX C irn l.
Stoves,
" Charter Oak Stoves,
Erigliton Range
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES,
Also a fwplele Stork of llanlivare ami Faim MitbiDtry, Wagons and Carriage
WEEKLY, one year J1.00. NVKEIvLY, six month",. ..
WAS THERE EVElt ANYTHING EQUAL 'J'O IT'.' NOW
IN THE NAMES, AND TAKIO ADVANTAGE OF OUIt
ONI'V'JIIRI) OFF 1-OK CASH.
?0.00.
IlOl.L
Oiir Old Subscribers
Now lu arrears are urged to take advantage of our big discount, by net
tling old accounts and joining the grand throng of ono dollar subscribers
. THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER
Hut u solid, permanent reduction. Wo have cjiuo to utay
TO ONE AN J) ALL
We say, send us your names. If you want to take advantage of our "ono
third off for cash," and are not where you can get postal notes of othei
convenlent method of remitting, send us your name and state that you
will remlt.at (list opportunity. This will ensure your being placed ou the
dollar list."
THE HOME RESTAURANT,
B
living been furnished for'
tho ('special
puuiic,
JOHN F.STRATT0N& SON
Importers nnd M'lKilcxnlo dcii!ern In
MUHICAI MKHCIIANDIHK New York,
43 and Wnllccrht. John V. Htriitlon'H
Celebrated HiuhI.ui Out Violin string), the
Fluent In the World.
Ml J? aflU
Ve " JyJ
ST, PAUL'S fiCIIOO
Hoys and. Qirls.
Tho ht'hool will oneii on thu 'Jltli
of (September. Thorough limtimi-
t Ion lii lliu prluuiry and
.iunneed
English Branches4
LATIN' AND ELEMKXTS OF MUSIC
-In oourstv
Ti:it.MSand further Information inn) bu
hud ou implication to
HKV. V, II. POST,
Cor, Chumi'ltt'lii mill HIhIo.SIh.
H-avtf
OREGOK PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Ori'K0" 1'evelopinent company '
steainihlp line. 'i lnlieH nliurtcr, ttJ hours
Uh timo tlmit by any nthui loute. Klrst
cla-.i thi'oimh paseiiKor iiud Ircight line
from Portland and all points In tho Wll
taiuetto vallov to nnd fnim san Krunelseo
TIME SCHEDULE, (Kxeept bunnnys):
LcHVoAUmny 1:00 I'M
lnvo Corvallls 1:10 I'M
Arrive Yiiqtllnn Ml'Jl
l.ravo Yniiulnii - ---- .0:15AM
Leave Corvnllls ....... 10:,-, ji
Arrive Albany 11:10 AM
(). A C. tralus connect nt Albany nnd
I'onnllK
Tlionbovotnilns connect at YAQUINA
with tho OreRon l)pcloniiunt Oi l.u e
jrsteatiishlps between nqulnn nnd San
Krancl-co.
SAIMX0 DATES.
sti:ami:im. fboji yaquina
Willamette Valtev Wundav Apr. IS
Willamette Valley Monday, May il
Willamette, Valley, Tuo-day " II
STI:AMK1W, FltOM SAN- PUANC1SCO
Wlll.imetto Valley .Tlnttsdny, May '1
Willamette Valley Filday " 10
Willamette Valley Satuiday, " is
This company re-crves tho rl)?lit to
cliamro salllnR dates without nut lee.
'. 11. 11iseiiisirs from l'ottland and all
Willamette Vallev points can niiiko eloso
eoniu'etlon with the tmlns of tho
YAtJUlNA HOUTi: at Albany or CorvnlllF,
and If deitlned to S.in KiancKco, should
nrmiiKa to arrive at Yrtiuliin tho cvenlni;
before dato of Milllnt,'.
I'nsM'iiiJfr ami I'rt-lclit K.itps AIn.is the
lionrot. I'or Information apply to Mrksrg
IILMjMAN .t Co., Krelijht nnd Ticket
Auents',.VOand'.VJ l-'ront si., Portland, Or.
or to
C.C. IlunUK, Ac't Gen'l Frt. ,t
Pass. Agt.,OiCKon PaellleH.lt. Co..
Corvallls, Or.
C II. lIAHVKIil.,Jr.Oiri l'rt; .t
Pas.s, AKt. Orcitim Development
' Co., an Montgomery St.;
San Kranclsco, Call
T1MK TAIIIjK KIVEIt DIVISION.
Tbeelegantly equipped steam boa Ik, Win
M. Ilnai;, Capt. (leo. lliialie; tho N. S.
llentley, Capt. ,I.;i. Coulter; Ihe Thiee
.Sisters, Capt. W. P. Shert: aie In service
for passennerimd freMit liallle htlwceu
Corvallls and 1'orlluud and Intcrmudlato
points, making thiee lound tllps each
week as follews:
NOltTll ItOUN'D- f.mes Cnnallls Mon
day, Wednesday and Kildny at S a. m.
Arilcsat Salem .Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at:! p. in. Leaves Salem Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday nt (I a, in. Arrives
at P.u Hand Tuciday, Thursday and Satur
day st :i:."0 p. in.
.-OUTH tlOl'N'll Leaves Pmtlaiid Mon
day, Wednesday and Kiidnv at l! n. in.
Arrlvi'sat Salem Monday, Wednesdavand
Kildny nt T:l,"i p. in. Leaves Salem Tues
day. Thursday uud Sattuday nt (I a. in.
Arrives at Corvnllls Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday al 3:"i0 . in.
For tmlulil mill pnsseuuer inles apply In
Ihe-eaplalnH and puisein oflho respective
boats, or to W. M. Pailliu,', iiRcnt, MO and
'JftiFioul street. Portland; (lllbcit lluw.
iiKeiits.Salein; LM.Ailalr, a?eiit, Albany
C. A. Miller, agent, Corvallls; or lotlio gen.
eral Height and passenger agent, Corvallls.
O, A- C. trains eonueet lit Albany and
Corvnllls
V. W. liOWKN.Superlnlendcnt.
Win. 1IOAG, Oeneial Manager.
Overiaml 1o Calilbinia
-VIA
Soiitlmrii Pacific Company's Line.
TUB MOUNT SHASTA MUTE.
'limp liclMceu S.ilna nuil S.in KinurlMO
'i'llllt)-si IIiiuis.
CAI.IIOIIMA l:PJll.ss 1UAIN ItUN IIAII.1
inn wi:i:n imkilai-ii anus. p.
NTiiIIi, '
'111: 1.1 it. in.
south. f
l:Wl p. in. Lv'.'T'oi llnnil-' ArT
H:lt p. m. I Lv. Salem Lv.
... ,.',.... I... ..titbit. ....
7: 11 u. in. I A r. San Fran. Lv.
7:.1'1 a. m.
7:00 n. 111.
i.ooAi."i'Aiisi:Mii:it "ihain" ( haii.ykx.
i-i.i'i' nu.MUlj,
SMI a. ill,
11:10 a. m
J: HI p. m.
Lv. Portland Aivl :i:l.1 p. m.
Lv Salem Lv. l'i.12 p. m.
Ar. Lugene Lv. 11:00 a. in.
Our riiiariinti'K If n dealer receives n
complulut, (which lie believes In bo'liouest)
from any musician to whom ho has sold
any of these strings-, he Is authiirled bj
II. ti .riv lifttl lillftthfl' Ktrlllir Vl'illlOUl
chiirK'j.undHll such loss will bu made good .
by us to our customers, without quibble or i
question, (iipwnruoi imiiaiiou i iin
will pleaso send lor deserlntlve entalogiie,
Trail j Hiipplled nt lowest price.
WILLAMETTE
. UNIVERSITY
(JniOiiali'S Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal , Business, Law,
AND
MEDICAL COURSES.
U l the oldest, Inrnot and le-ist exti.
lve ntlttitlon of leariiliq.' In the North
wet. Hcliisil oieni first Monday In September
Bend for iiitnl'.k'iie l . .
TIIOH. VAN KTOy,
Prenldent.
I7l Kalt-in, Oregon.
of tba lirgent uul moot reliablo liouto, and tucy uao
Ferry's Seeds,
M. VKKUY UU. an
Ackuowlwtffed Ul be tuo
Largest Seedsmen
In tho world.
I) M.l'snnYACo'i
Ulutratol, I)wnip
tire anil l'rloed
SEED ANNUAL
For IOQO
wiiihAtnAihui ritrr
to all annilcantfl. anil
tolut itur' cumUimtr
Itbuatdrueiinclt. Inmtu,
uoftiQiui, r-Terj iMjnwjii nejn
Gardeii.Vlftlil or Flower HwhI
PDLIiMAN 11UFFBT SLHBPB1IS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For iiecoiiiiiiodiilloii ol second class
passenger attached toozpiutx tiains, .
ThoH. P. cOiiipar.y's tcny nialtes eon
nectloii with nil thu iiguiar tiains on th
FiiHt Kidu Division liom footol F stieu
Potlliiuit.
.Ycsl Side Division, Between Portland
and Corvallls :
1IA11.V (KXCK1T Ht'NIlAY).
7::Ha. iii.I J.v. I'oitliiml "Ar. pi:'J0p. in.
LJ.1V j. m. Ar. t'orvallls Lv. JijlOji.jii.
Af ".vnimny nmrTVifTtilTlH conncclvltli
irnllisoi Oii'gou Paelllu ltiillio.nl.
'I hiougli lleltetsto ull points south and
ea -i v la t'lilllbiiiia
r. (ui.-.s iLvTNo"i7vTi7vri(",iTi';FHirN"TTAY.)
"I i 1 1. in. I L'v Pniiliiiiil"-Ar. "IKOdTi" m.
s-Klp. in. I Ar..MiMliinvllliil.v. 0: 1-1 a. in.
0Fwmfnti
jrxjF-''-4' - vypi
mkmm
mrnssm
uwxiii-mn'jvv
wav-i y. ' 'i vM2
S&JtSV
I
Through . Tickets
Earlltit OiullSowir
la azlitisct.
m ,. ' auuuia isinti lorn. Aniiruns
O. M. FERRY S. CO., Dotrolt, Mlcli.
DR. JORDAN'S
MUSLIM OF ANATOMY
751.MaiUelst San Fianelico
ALIFOUNIA.
(lound learn how to uvold
disease, nlid how wonderful
ly you in eliuide, (.'OIIHUltll.
lltiM unit Ileal incut pers on
ally or by letter or wiiilc
nesses nod all dlseasse of
men. Mend fur book,
rlvalc ollleu VII tleary street.
Mil
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Th'jUOVniiB'OUIDBiB
Usuad M -.rch and Hopt,,
each yoar. It U mi ency
clopedia of uiofut infor.
matlon for nil who pur.
chaso tho luxuries or tno.
neoosiltiun of lllo. We
can clotUo you and furnlali you with
nil tlio neuoiscry ana unnoconaary
npplliinooii to rldo.walk, danco, Bloop,
eal, flh, hunt, work, ro to ohuich,
or stay at homo, and la various eluua,
styUn and fjuantlKea, Juit llnuro out
what is required to do all theiu thing
COMFOnTARLT. and you can ,nako a fair
oitimdto ot tho value of tho IlUYMSItB'
HilDE, whloh will bo mint upon
ccfllpt of 10 oontu to pay poatago,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Miohlgaa Avenue, Oblcaco.Ill.
Tmillpolui
SOUTH and KAST
California..
I'or lull mini illation leuaiding rates,
map-, etc,, apply to thu Company's agent,
Salem, (liegon.
K P. HOdl'.IIH, Awl.O. F.and l'ahH.Ag't.
it. Kl)i:ill.i:it. MiiuuucT.
Oregon llaihvay and Navigation
COMPANY,
Columbia River Route.'
I'ralns for tho east Havo Portland nl7:i5
i m mid 8 p in dully. Tie i Is to uud from
principal points In tin Uul(tdHtiites,Cu.v
adaiiud Ktiinpc.
ELEGANT rULMANN PAL'.C CARS
Emigrant Hlcepln Curs run tnrou(r'-''on
express tit Ins to
OMAHA
COIJNOII, W.U'F
11 ml BT. PAUl
Frcp of Cliurgc ami H uu Change.
Connections at Portland rorHan Frm:
t-ueoiind I'tiuet Hound poliits.
For lurthcr p.iillculars iniiuiro of I, A.
Manning, aont of thu isiliipuny, !il!
Coliliuerelnl street, Sulem Uicton, ol
A. 1 Maxwell, W. V. a T, lvBrtJuud
Uregon,
A. L. MAXWELL, a, V. AT A
H. HOLCOMB' OttenlkM nager,
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