Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, July 30, 1889, Image 3

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    THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUBNAL.
THE, CAPITAL JOMAL
Tl'Ks'DAY--- JVLV SO, lfsSU.
.Suspicions Submission.
A small bay hud b.oti having
day "f iiHnlllgated,o!Uragi-aUHiiev,
sucbasall children who lo not (lit
young are likely to luivc ut times
and when lie n ready for bed, his
mother said to him:
"When you s.ty your prayiTi
(Jeorgie, ask God to make you a bet
ter boy. You have been naughty
to-day.
The youngster accordingly put up
his petitions in the umimI form, and
then before closing with "Amen,"
he added.
"And please, Clod, linkc me u
good boy."
He paused a second and then, to
ihe utter consternation of his
mother, concluded with tinabated
gravity: "Nevertheksa, not my
will, O Lord, but Thiue ba done."
The Age of Modern Man.
Peoijle are fond of Hilii" that
"Maukiud is growing witer and
weaker." Hut is It really soV Lei
us glance at the facts. According to
the latest statistics thcie are more
centenariaus now livinj, than at any
previous time in the history of the
world. Why? Uecutisoof the great
discoveries in medical science which
atl'ord him immunity from diseases
that formerly devastated mankind.
Greatest of them ull is Dr. Pierced
Golden Medical Discovery, the best
blood-purifier and renovator of the
age. Scrofula, fover-sorcs, tumors,
unsightly ulcers and eruptions van
ish like magic beneath itsuenelicient
influence.
She Was No Democrat.
Senator Eustis of Louisiana tells
a good story at his own expense.
Several days ago lie prepared a po
litical speech and sent the manu
script to a typewriter to do copied,
when the manager of the establish
ment returned the manuscript he
remarked: "That's a rattling good
democratic spcccli, f-enator."
Senator Eustis who knows a good
thing when he sees it, thought to,
too, butho remarked blandly: Ah!
you read it, T see."
"No," said the man, "I did not,
but tlie;ypuiig lady who copied it
did. Sho is a staunch repuclicau,
and several times during the opera
tion I heard her exclaim: 'That's
a lie; that's a horrid,nasty democrat
ic lioi'so I know you must bepreach
lng good democratic doctrine."
liacklcn's Arnu-a Stilvc.
The best salve iu the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfeel satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For hale by Daniel .1. lry, drug
gist. Ho Kissed Me.
A Nebraska paper minutes thisi
educational incident: A high school
girl, class A, being told by her
teacher to parse the seutence, "Ke
kissed me," consented reluctantly,
l.Afxnicm rtm-tnarwl in annnlrtiiir of liri- !
vute affairs iu public. "He," she
commenced, with unnecessary em
phasis and a fond lingering over
tho word that brought crimson to
her cheeks, "is apronoun, third per
son; singular number, masculine
gender, a gentleman, pretty well
fixed; universally considered a good
catch. Kissed isa verb, transitive
too much so; regular every even
ing; Indicative mood indicating
affection, first and third person,
plural number and governed by cir
cumstances. Me oh, everybody
knows me," and down sho went.
Electric Bitters.
Tula remedy Is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have
used Electric Bitters sing the same
song of praise. A purer medicine
does not exist and it is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed. Electric Bit
ters will euro ill diseases of the Liv
er and Kidneys, will remove Pim
ples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other
affections caused by impure blood.
Will drve Malaria from ihe sys
tem and prevent as well as cure all
Malaria fevers. For euro of Head
ache, Consumption and Indigestion
try Klestrio Bitters Entire satisfac
tion guaranteed, or money refunded.
Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle
jit Daniel J. Fry's drugstore.
A Danbary Man's Xovc! Hoof.
A nurs.'rymau in Dauburyhasa
most peculiar roof, Iu tact it Is quite
improbable that there Is another ono
like it In tho state. It is composed
entirely from photographic nega
tives. The greenhoaso h entirely
roofed by these negatives, which
bear the likeness of all manner of
people, old men long since forgotten,
pretty girls, dozens of babies and
many otliere. It mint be a quir
sensation to look through the roof
i
.at ths sun.
"tho immediate symptoms of Djf-
iiij;rW "f weight, oppression and
fulinexiiiithe Moniiivh, heartburn, ,
loss of appetite, foul breath, belch
iug, llutulenev, wuisca iraltw in tho,
shoulders an J 14. Jh JIciifcyn
rv 1.11,,,. 'I,il.. t.M,li.tra lllliltllV
xsaiiuriiuu - J...-..,-.-.- - ::: "
digestion and remove all unbealtliy..
symptom, riol.l by U. W.-Mstlwiv.
A young wan il woman 'drove
up to a hotel Ji J.'ethlfhum, Pa.,
.nud the gallant rvleml: 'James
p and swcvtwr Hrllileheiii
mm
V ROYAL K5W8 J
lei
AbsoJuteh; Pure.
ThlKiMo. .,.. ... . .
T. ' "cci iuii"s jv marvel 01
purity, st-ensth nndwhilcomeness. More
M onomtc.il than the ordinary Finn's, nnd
cannot hi sold In competition -with the
multitude of low test.shor' welsht alum or
phosphate ponders. Sold onlv In cars.
Koyat, Uakino FowderCo.. lOd Wnll.N.Y.
Trucks and Drays.
MORGAN & MEAD
and trucks andareprcpnrcd to aon.ll bust-
if a iu luutiinuiu inc uest 01 snnpe.
They give their personal supervlson to
Oil Work- Cnmp Sltntn Innrl rY,,i,inlTvlnl
streets.
OThO BUTEE3' GUIDE la
Issued JdVirch and Sept.,
each yocx. It is an ency
clopedia of useful infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or tho
necessities of life. "We
can clothe you and furnish you with
all tho necessery and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, danco, sleep,
eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at homo, and in various sizes,
stylos and quantities. Just dguro out
what is required 10 do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fan
estimate of the value of tho BUYEHS
QUIDS, which will bo sent upon
receipt of 10 cents Vu pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Michigan Avenue. Chicago, I1L
Call and See
T. J. CRONISE,
Salem's Popular Job Printer,
AT HIS NEW QUARTERS IN THE
State Insurance Building-, Cor. Com
mercial and Chcmeketo streets 'O-ltf
For the Public Good.
It Is an Indisputable fact that tho hand
somest vestibule trains that are now run
on the American continent are thoe on
tlieliuillngton route, leaving from Union
depot In Denver, nlwSt. 1'nul. Immediate
ly on arrival of all through trains from tho
west. The flnstnnd second class coaches
are magnificent, the reclining chnir curs
suDurb, llio I'uuninn Meepers exnemciy
lu.xurlnnt, and as for the meals that aie
served In those pclaco Ilurlington dining
errs yum yum. Tho next time you go
e.ist to Kansas City, Chleago or St. Louis,
If you mention totnetlcltet ngent that you
want your ticket to lead Irom Denver or
St. l'nnl over the Ilurlington route, you I
will get It, and you will always bo glnu of
If you co via tho Northern or Canadian !
r.oltlc, the elegant -Nestibule trains of
Tlic Ilurlington lloute, between St. I'anl
and Chicago, or St. Louis, will corry you
along the eastern shore ot the Mississippi
river for n dUtanco of S50 miles, amidst
scenery tliatrnnnot bo surpassed; or. If you
go via the Oregon flhnrt Line or Southern
Pacific, and your ticicet leads via The
ilurlington Itoutc from 'Jheyenne or Den
ver, you will pass tlironcn all tbo thriving
cities and towns located in what Is popu.
larly known as the Heart ot Ihe Continent.
For further Information apply to A. C.
Sheldon, General Agent, So First street,
Portland, Oregon. MdA.wtl
$50. HORSES. $50.
One hundred head of brood . marcs and
young horses for sale. Forty or Mity
colts expected in the spnns Two line
hort.es, Clyde and Pcrheon stock, weight
sixteen and seventeen hundred: have been
with tho band for tho past thrco years.
Original stock from the best quality ol
mares. For particulars address orsee
W. H. HYAHS,
w4t. Salem, Or.
OMAN RAILWAY CO.
(Limited Line.)
C11AS. X SCOTT, - - Keceiver.
On and after Juno23 1S59 and until further
notlco trains will run dally (except Hun
day) ns follews:
EAST SIDE.
Coburg ilall
From Port
land Portl'dJInll
STATIONS.
Tow'rd Port
land
hv. S.OQnm iMiiTr.-i)riwvAr..1.4..pm.
Foot of V Street.
I.v llilpm i Itay's Uindlng, Ar 2.r
' IftOI i St. Paul's, i iJJ
10 , Woodburn,
I l.O.i Townend, "
ll.IO ileSUe, "
11.23 i Sit. Ansel, , "
u -o , ikiwuv. ;
l-'io MHiirlou. "
I.W
1.15
1.10
12.M
lisa
Piai
11.1.5
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11.11
1U.15
lo.i(i
lao I Jolniton' 31111
.1 fi Huritzorliind.
litl ; KBtrildoJiliiet.,
i.oa jt.icitiiy,
Aum'Vtlle,
Ale
:,m
O t'CriKalnt
WQttrt,
Crublie,
K)4cei,
TUlllllKIl,
PlnlavltiW.
llniwnv)lle,
itowland,
10.16
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A7
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Oubui.
Alt
iWO
a m
Ar
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J,vl.v
l'.irimlltkU
hlokem at iwoleentu per
ot ttmloii halng iitenu.
jiilliou mJe;
CnjintssJIon at lit, nsl with tf ee for
and twin HWiarwDpnmmj"
Wo-Kiuura wuc r ,!ttr -"''
tHiim fur fiiui irtkiii jtriiti
.P.,5f,J,nVW,Ttarrr.
Of ueral OinVe. ' w'cor, J-J ttl)(l Itat,
lMrllaud,UrvsuP
It Is n Curious Fact
That the body ts now more susceptible to
benefit from medicine than at any other
season. Hence the Importance or taking
Hood's Snrsaparllla now, when It vm do
you the most good. It U really woudrrful
for purifying and enriching the blood, Tre
ating an appetite, nnd giving a heullhy
tone to the whole system, lie sure to get
Hood's S.irsaparlllu, which Is peculiar to
Itself.
LITTLE M0MEX
nre as a rule, possessed of happy disposi
tions but when these sweet dlsposltlons.bc
como soured and Irritable, In consequence
1 of tho long train of distressing features
peculiar to female complaints, they are
I then not companionable to say the least.
I It Is theduty, not only of little women, but
of all women so allllcted, to bring about
the subjection, and Immediate removnl,
M these painful maladies. This Is easily
accomplished by the ue of Dr. Pierce's
i avorite Prescription, the great specific toi
"femalo weakness." ltlsn positive cure
for the most flowing, painful menstruation
unuatuml suppressions prolapsus or falling
of the womb, weak back, "female weak
ness," anteverslon, retroversion, bearing
davra rensiitlons, chronic congestion, In
flammation and ulceration of the womb
Inflammation, pain and tenderness In
ovaries, and kindred ailments. All drug
gists.
TIII.IU Ul'SI.NESS UOOMl.NG.
Probably no ono thing has caused
such a great revival of trade at Dan
iel J. Fry's Drugstore ns their giving
away to their customers so many
free trial bottles of Dr. King's Is"e
Discovery for Consumption. Their
traders simply enormous iu this very
valuable article from the fact that it
always cures and never disappoints.
uougiis, uoius, Astiima, uroncintis,
Croup, and all throat nnd umg dis
eases (juickly cured. You can test it
before buying by getting a trial bot
tle free, large size 51. Every bottle
warranted.
03 HOUSEHOLD SHOULD BE WTTHOfl
mm
RESTLESSNESS
i
A STRICTLY VCSETAOU
MULTLHS rtMILT MEDICINE.
rw-.i9
PHILADELPHIA.
AttD
Price. OH E Dollar
The majority of the ills of tho human
body arise from a diseased I.lver. Sim
mons Liver Regulator has been the mcam
f restoring more pcoplo to health and
happiness by giving them a healthy
Urer than any other agency on earth.
1KB THAT XOU GET THE GENTJDf
POOR PEOPLE'S CHANCE9.
Some years ago a city missionary
was crossing ono of tho parks in New
York on tho Sabbath day and said ta
a lad, "What aro you doing here,
breaking the Lord's day? You ought
to bo at Church and worshipping
God instead of breaking tho Sabbath
in this way." The poor lad in his
rags looked up at the city missionary
and said: "Oh, sir, it's very easy fot
you to talk that way, but God knows
that we poor chaps ain't got m
chanco."
Tho sentiment seems to bo growing
that in tho United States the time Lai
arrived when "the poor chapi don't
have no chance."
There it some truth in it. The poor
are not shut out from making a liveli
hood, hut the gulf between riches and
poverty continually grows more diffi
cult to cross. As the country becomes
densely populated keen buoiness com
petition decreases the chances for
accumulating wealth by ordinary busi
ness metiiods.
But the same conditions vastly im
prove the chances for great success
to those who can strike out in new
paths, can furnish Eoraothing to the
world that others cannot.
Truo merit, in commodity or ability,
will win easily and with grand results
in this country, if tho masses can be
induced to recognize it. Tins recogni
tion can only be accomplished by
what are pometimes sneeringly al
luded to as advertising methods.
What a marvelous success has at
tended the thorough introduction to
tho world of tho merits of that wonder
ful remedy for kidney disease War
ner's Eafo Cure. Hon. II. II. Warner
first came to know of its curativo
power by being restored to health
from what the doctors pronounced a
fatal kidney trouble, lie concluded
the world ought to know of it and in
tho ten years since he began its
manufacture he has spent millions ol
dollars in advertising the Safe Cure.
His methods have oeen ingenious
sometimes, perhaps, opsn to criti
cism, but they had a purposo, which
has been a coinplished.
lint mark! he never would have
secured a four fold return of the vast
sums thus expanded it tho real merit
of the remedv had not b?en fully
proven to tho mi! ions of peopls
rcacueu jy jj'n u'J.cr ineiuciiio.
Ten yeursof Inrrfla-in; surces ol
Warner's riafe Cure h duo, firrt, ic
Intellipnt end l3!cg atlwniVnK.
by which the pot'It w-r wad
acquainted ttl'-li tiie emedjr, &-omj1,
to iho true wolli '. tin re3'ty.
proved by actnal e- '""ino, filKraiiw
It to be Ihe on)v tiiU r Mln-y
disease, and ;ill d ea-'- g-oring v t
of kidrcy '.en;;;"n' ta.
Mr. Yi'.tniMr l.- wuiBthlng th
psoiiJo waut. tfil thwn w, l-i
piores it to iiielrjtWatjilon huociwk
follows an a matter of course.
H IfllrTii in tit iTlTW in''! Ii,i i Vi r mmWWI
M III . ..fc
IDir3PfEIPIIA,
Nol.'ai of rnnccllriion or Comity '
Warrant.
Slilir if tmtpiii,' mini of Man, n. .ss; ,
NiV.lit h hereby Riven U.tit n, ..i-m-t-
itix wii' "i Afv n niinm- mii i.i. w,ir
f.iit . tn tn'tmiiilieiliiliersvM"). i"r 'n-m
thedoleof issuonco,' npproxed I'ebi-iiarv
as, i-xi. tliefoihiwiua county warrants w til
ih cancelled If not pre-eiited Tor pavment
within sixty days imm this date, July 1,
lXi, nnd payment thereof will borefiied.
h' J JIAUCUUK, County Wlerk,
By D CShkkmas, Deputy.
.! (), A. Cone t 9 00
2192 C. 11. Hurnett 13 00
WID U. 11. Oorndltt It W
103 Uulsllelor , 2 90
ll" W, J. Hcrren 4 00
V47 It. C Grer 4 00
I9S S. L. McUliee 4.100
419 Jtck Fhlllip 8 00
S0 J.S. Vani!bn 1 00
U!j JohaSnilib 4 06
Tfl-IU. M. Wale f. W)
P1J HofOB Pntt a 00
1(14 LenWillis 1 00
1893 Chas. Vcnable, 1 CO
IW5 J. II. Jotits 3 00
iOil II, K. llunsaicr 1 00
HUB. F Ovtr 3 00
2117 A.I,. Dates 4 00
-'J.IO J S.StcveUS 2 00
-2(i7 Ellha Strong 4 00
J439 ()jfi;uu Statesman 4 00
llta r. Itlclianlson 3 00
1U9 C. D. Moore 6 00
12.13 Saiiuifl Lewi 1 CO
1290 A. It. Stephens 1 00
1291 C. Spignut 190
1293 K. Downs 1 90
I.MVt E. Tyrol 2 00
1930 N.tt. Krj- 2 00
i7M llobt. Cloffln 1 TO
iWH AugUHtus Gleasou 1 90
is i:.. uiauciiani l to
JU9 A.LoeJoy 1 TO
iVii Edward Parley 1 TO
31 J. W. hrruitlc. 17U
1C1 E. llunsaicr 3 90
1(13 .1 II. Cottle 10 20
2(19 Daniel Pace 2 00
271 F. S. Fiihtr 2 00
399 Wui.S. Kinney 1 SO
(M P.J. Ncwlmrg 1 to
680 J. 1) Hans 4 CO
799 D. IIoKlricige I CO
819 IS. M. Wade & Co 14 00
837 11.0 Cusbman a 00
993 Thus. Fitrgcralit 4 00
Hot F. It. Smith 2 00
1199 Dm id Gnodsell 2 00
1303 M. Smith 2 SO
1.112 Geo. Lefley 2 M
1413 G. W. Whitney 2 00
1533 M. Croeker 1 30
1541 Chas. Nfllson 1 SO
1710 E S it rooks 2 00
1332 James Colemau, tir... 2 30
1977 S.I, 1'nnliB 8 00
wn A MrKenzic 130
1999 G. lttttenauer 1 CO
2001 J. H. Powell 1 50
.1)1 J re tor Curdy I 30
XTil J. II. Powell 3 75
127 lewis Miller J 00
JIS3 J I.. UUlule , 1 30
i-.OO W. I Brown , 2 30
mi David liOUB 1 70
2IF4 John Dccasney 2 10
2120 S. It. Jessup 1 50
2t,7ii Cella Limtsey 3 30
itJ Julia Moore , ,. 'I SO
f(.1 F M. Hull 200
2378 D. ltobblns 2 CO
.909 U. It. Jlai: -! Ill
111-41 J. W. Iilckena H CO
11.11 O N. Churchill I fi
3142 John Osbotn 100
IUJ Ju. W.Cook 100
1319 Alex, eglo I 50
).'01 James Fisher...., 2 20
US1 Win. Graves V ll
3609 W.T. Cleaver 1 50
1719 II. II. 8ao . vu
191.1 Mart. Chamberlln 2 01
IJ10 p, O. Johnson .-, CO
Bi7 F Taylor 1 to
1H.VJ M.Skalfo 7 50
.IK,., Lorenzo Elliott 2 00
1079 M. Simmons 2 00
I0b8 McG'ullyfc Gilbert I 2.r-
1220 Mrs. J. A. WnuleRs t 50
3lfi J.O. llachanati '. 4 00
597.1 J.J. llyai 7 U"l
5720 J. It. Harriett -Jim
132A X.It.Doty 4 00
Ordeicd that this list bo published as by
law irquliril. Done by
Juno lerin, JSs'J.
T. c. Shaw.
County Juilue.
A FAMOUS BATTLE-GROUND.
On tho banks of tbo Tippecanoo, a
small stream which enters tho Wa
bash River in Indiana, was fought tho
terrific battle of Tippecanoo.
In this great strngglo of frontier
time?, tho allied western Indians un
der the chi"ftnin8hip of Elskwatawa,
tlio "I'rophet" worn defeated iu No
vember, 1811, by tho Americans un
der tbo command of Gen. Win. 11.
Harrison.
It was n desperate, hard-fought
battle, and much depended upon tho
result.
Had the Indians beon successful,
all barriers of defence for the early
Bctilers v ulil have boen overthrown
an.l tho partly tomahawk would have
beu active in tbo rapid extermina
tion of tho tcmaiuiui; pio:.eern. On
the other hand tho fortfinnto termin
ation of tho content put an end to fur
ther attempts at open vinrfare by tho
Indians. The rich territory, so lonp;
overrun by hostile savages, was
thrown open for settlement, which
rapidly occurred as soon as the news
of tho great viitery becan. wide
spread. Naturally great praise was rendered
to tho success and intiepid br.tvoiy
of Gen. Harrison and lie was huiioto I
in many ways. He afterward" pervert
as Commander of tbo Army of the
Xortbwest, and when Indiana was ad
mitted to btatohood, ho was rlm tod
to repreeent tho State in tho Uniiod
States enate. In 1S-1 hu vena elected
'resident and his unfortunate demise
occurred shortly after beiny; Inaugu
rated. Tho forty-second miniver? ary of tho
Battle of Tippecanoo found tho gal
ant grand-son of "Old Tip" lobiluii!
his forces to a great political victory
which resulted in the tvjection of Gen.
lien. Hurrison a- Prc'ident of the
United Mates.
Tlio Harrisons h:iv been a hardy
race of men, eiiriinj.' from old lot;
cabin ttock, nhich in a sufficient
U'mnuitco of its genuine nesa wherever
(iiind. Ucalizin.' tho truth of this,
T0.it effort lins bc-ii n.ndo to ro-diH-over
Eome of the 8.cr U contained
n 'ht old log cabin rtock of tiseful
.rticlos, nnd as the r 'hu't. the famous
.d !.; t-..- in Xar upari'la, uuivei--:1K
regar.lurt r.s tho best Kprjnit
fonic and blood rjeann'r haj Inen
ound. Not H.itisti -d v. ith tho world.
ido esteem which m held for War-u-r'rt
Safe Cure, t!i,- only euro for
. ijni-y (lixoift-'H, the proprietor Is
i:lin to do .1 1 il.ul ir jKicsihlo to en-al'.-ii
VarntV ji I'uhin rnrAiji
ni '.v. m firemojt inn) i hoiisdhoul
irticl(H on aroou.'tf i.N purity and
T t vonefB.
fter ull. each i d;Mli:al has, at all
mi-.", th-j reiit lutt.o"( Iffo or tlcatli
i ht. Ctrl for rv.ttrity iittention
i. ni' -xnr.lv l o i'vn to ihj biht
i. d : i v."'ii-h i:i' n am o.Tct hit-
.ii.n in t!i x - o ' o-i t .
ir vmi luw i. dUt-li.irifi' irom Did iiiim'.
-nnv i.r i,llirln-, partial tr v( tlio
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vmit nf ! ; i .( or n- inux. eyra hii.
trlnu'H-' " oll'ill"rUbtltiiiti-il,4:tii
or iiita.i.ir .i. ' I hil; ink Kild milly,
yon m ri i..iir-rt Ibut joit lui'n m.
K.r.li Thluill'! lit (VaKnilllllHllV. Willi.
out irmniAoiiuK buif if ilm ulxtm yin
UlIDS It rillllWM "It MMm-IMlll WU Uilll
In tlic ru-. Ni itwa- l ki oiinmbii,
tiiiire dwplKf , l uiiil-mii'Ml or morn
uiiutrullytriti-lb' iliyiglMiH. Tlio
iimnuCiuHHrrrx'! Iir. Kii-' iirili Iikiu.
ly liavr, ftv ini.nyy.ni.iirrirn(li( kmiiiI-
liul. ri.ururff f.f Udli filf U 1MM llf N'MWll 11.
tutrli. mi matter Iiow bua or nf luiw Iumk I
Jkianaicx, wl)U.'H tliey cniinot mi, Item
I Hy Miuf by dniffviiti m fo r-nt. ,
fee
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Has Been
Capita
M Greatly Improved and Now Is The
THE . BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
IN MARION COUNTY',
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WKEKlV, one year, SUmI.
Now lieatl Our
WEEKLY, aim year tl.00.
WABTiniRE EVER ANYTHING EQUAL TO 1TV NOW ROLL
IN THE NAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGIE OK OUR
ONE-"TIlRI) OFF FOR (JAHII.
rii
Our Old Subscribers
Now in nrri-tii'H aro urged to hike mlviiiituo of our big discount, by het
tllng old ini-oiiiitH and Joining tho gniiid throng of one dolliu- nulHt-rlH.'n
THIS IS NOT A
Hut ft ioilrt, Mniinint rwlui'tlo'i, Wo have oomo to "tuy
TO ONE
Wo my, N'lirt tw your iiaiiui. If you wunl lo take udvuutago of our "ono
third oil' for cupii," mid tire not herc you cmi get xmta note of other
ronvcnlont muttiiHl of remitting, M'tul um your niimo nnd stato that you
wiii r..mll nt tlr-l mninrtiiiiltv. Thin
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dollar list,
Jom
08
1 I
Enlarged
j i
WEKKLY, hIx inontliH,. --tf).7.'
Discount for Cusli
WEEKLY, six inonllw,.-..0,f)0.
SPECIAL OFFER
AND ALL
will oiifctiru vour belnv nlact'd on the
'
TH YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Anil Orofroii Devclopinpnt coinpnuy'i
ftpaimhlp lino. iir ml le-t shorter, SU hours
lesHtiinolhnn by nny othoi loute. First
oIiim tlimiigh ptieinrer nnrt rrelRht line
rrom rortiitml nnd nil ikiIuIk In thoWll
liimclto vnllcv to anil n-oni an Krnnclscf..
TIME SCHEDULE, (1'jn-ept Hundnys):
IiCnvoAtbnny l.-001'M
Leave Corvnllls 1:101 M
Arrive Ynqnlnn ....... fl.-30li
Msavo Ynqulnn - ...... .OilSAM
uvp LorMinis IftMAM
Arrive Albany 11:10 AM
, O. & C. tmlm connect nt Albany nnd
Corvnllls.
'1 he nnovo trains connect nt YAQ.U1NA
with tho OroRon Development Co'n Lino
JfSteiiMshlps between nqulnn nnd 8nn
r ninelseo.
SAIL1X0 KATES.
..'T't.VMRlW. PllOM YAQUIKA
lunette Vnllov Saturday Aug. a
wllliiinctto Vnllpy..Tiios(lnv " l:t
JVlUauiplto Vnlloy, Thursday " 22
lllnmcttc Vnlloy Saturday ;il
STKAMEUS, FKOM SAN FltANCISCO
NVlllninetto Vnlloy Tuesday, July ai
1 nnictto Vnlloy Thursday Auk. k
Wllliiinctto Valley Hiindnr " IS
W lllnmetto Vnlloy ...SnUirdny " n
This company resor-es tho right to
chnnpenHlllnKdntPH without notleo.
," 11. nissencem Ihini l'ortliiiHl nnd all
Willnmetto Vnlloy iHiluts can innko close
onnncctlnn with tho trnlns of tho
AOUlNAlt()UTUntAlbnnyorCorvalllB,
nnd If dostlnod to Nnn Kmnclaco, should
nrrnngo to nrrivo nt Ynqulnn tlio evening
beforo date of sailing.
t'Msencr.r nml Freight KtM AIwmh thf
litirat. hor Information apply to Messrs
HUliMAN A Co., Freight and Ticket
Agents a and 2U-J Front sF., rortlnud. Or.
or to
C.C, IIOOUK, Ao't Gen'l Frt, A
lass. Agt., Oregon 11iclllclt.il. Co..
.. Con-nllls, Or.
D II. HAHWKI.Ii,Jr.(len'l Frtj
1'ass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., 301 Montgomery :.;
Hnu KmnclBco, Cai;
lteniember tho Oregsn rnclflo's popular
silinnicr excursions to Ynqulnn. Low rnto
tickets nro now on sale, good every
JVedncsday nnd Snturdny Irom Albany,
Corvnllls nnd riillomnlh.
Your truly,
C. C. HonUE, A, 0. 1. Agent
Overland to California
-VTA--
Soutlinrii Pacific Company's Line.
TIIE MOUNT SHASTA ltOIJTK.
Tlnif lietwren Sale in ami Sun KrinrlBCO';,'
Thirty-six llourn.
CA1.IKOKNIA KXIMIKSH TltAIN KUN PAII.t.
IIKTWKKW 1'OltTI.AFll ANH H. F.
rioutn. i """ jNortli.'
1:00 p. in. I.v. l'ortluud Ar. 10:15 u. in.
H:ll p. in. liv. Haleni I.v. 71 n. in.
7:15 n. in. Ar. Hun Knm. Lv. 7:00 p. in.
I.OCAI. 1'AH.IKNOKH THA1N ( DA I I.V KX-
CHIT HUJIDAY).
A.OO a. m.
U:1U n. m
J:10 p. in.
I.v.
Lv
Ar.
Portland
Hnlom
Kimono
Ar. I :):l."i p. iu.
Lv. f l'AM ii. in.
Lv. j 11.00 n. in,
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS?
For aocoiiiiiiodblion ot second clnwi
INisscnuuru ntlai-lied touzpreis trains,
Tho Hi 1'. i-oiniiauy'ri terry makes con
ncutlon with nil the legiiinr mum on tli
Kust Siilo Division fmm rnotol b Ntree
Portland.
-Vest Side Division, Between Portland
and (k vail is:
DAILY KXCK1T HUNUAV).
T:30u. iii. rLvT
Vi:'a p. in. I Ar.
"KiFllnniT
'Ar?
LV.
""():20t. fii'.
Corvnllls
imu p. in.
At Albany nnd CorMillls connect wltfi
trains oDIiegon l'ncltlo Itallroail.
Tliroiigh tickets to all jhiIiiIs south nnd
enst via California
KXl'KIWHTIlAIN (IIAII.Y KXCKITHUWIIAT.
"i:.VH p. III. I Lv. Portland Ar. I Bfl0u.m.
8:00 p. in. I Ar.McMlnnvllleLv. fi:4A a. in.
Through Tickets
1 To nil points
SOUTH nnd EAST
VIA
California.
for lull information regarding rates,
tnnps, etc., apply to tlio Company's agent,
Villein, Oregon,
K. I'. lUXinilX, Asut. a. F. nnd I'nss. Ag't
It. KOi:ill,i:il, Munnger.
Oregon Railway and Navigation
COMPANY.
Columbia River Route.'
Trains for the east Have Portland al7;V
iin and II.IKI pm dully, Tlo its to nnd from
principal polnu Iu Hu United Htales.l.'un
uitu nml l,umH!.
ELEGANT TULMANN PALWwCARS
KmlKnint HIh-jiIiii; Curs run inrouj'- on
express tri Ins to
OMAHA
COUNCIL KLtFi'
11)1(1 hi. l'AUl
Free of Cliurgc auilWit on Change.
Connections at Portland for HnnKrnr
Cisco and 1'iiuet Hound points.
For further particulars address any
abator the company, or
A. I. MAXWELL, 0. 1 A T. A
a.I.HMITlI,0i.'l Mnnnger.l'ortUnd.
$100 IIKWAUII. 100.
The readers of the Joukkai. will be
pleased lo learn that there Is ut leant one
dreaded dUeasu tliut science hiu been aliln
to cure In all Its suites and that Is catarrh.
Hall's t'alarrali Cure Is tlio only posltlv
cure now known to tint medical fnitf rrJf
Catarrh IhiIiik a constitutional discus a
ipilresa coiisllttitlnnal treatment. ,UH'
Catarrh cure Is taken Internally, uctliiK ill
rcctly Usin the blissl und mucus siir
fsees of I hu system, thereby dcstniylnit
tliefuuudutlonof the dlkcusc, nud giving:
the patient ktmi;th, by bulhlliix up the
constitution 'and nssUtliiK nature In doing
Uswork. The proprietors hae so much
faith Iu Its curative xwers, that they oiler
One Hundred Ikitlnrs for uuy c-use Hint It
Mllstoi-urfi. rJi'iiil forlltof testlmouiul".
Address K.J.UIIENKV A CO., Toledo, O,
Hold by l)rugUt,7V,
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