Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, August 02, 1889, Image 3

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    THE CAPITAL EVENING JOimNAli.
TIIEJAPML JOURML.
FRIDAY -AUGUST 2, 1SSD.
Tlicy Were Both (hiecr.
A young man with a bad scalp
woiuid culled at the oftlpa of a doc
tor to have it dressed, and the doctor
queried:
"Have you had him arrested?"
"No."
"Got away, eh?"
"No."
"Won't you have him arrested."
"No."
"You must be queer."
"I am. So is my wife. We have
been married only six weeks, and
she gave me this because I couldn't
give her $3."
It should be generally known that
Dr. Henley's Dandelion Tonic in
sures a hearty appetite aud increased
digestion, dispels nervous depression
and low spirits, overcomes lack of
energy and wakefulness aud will in
fuie new life and strength into the
weakest invalid. Sold by D. W.
Mathews.
There is a claim in the Patent
Oflico for a patent on the Lord's
Prayer, the specifications being that
the repetition of the same "rapidly
and in a loud tone of voice" will
cure stammering. Among odd in
ventions are "chicken hopples,"
which walk the chickens right out
of the garden when she tries to
scratch; "the bee-moth excluded,"
which automatically shuts up all the
bee-hives when the hens go to roost;
"the tape-worm fish-hook," which
speaks for itself; the educational
balloon," a toy balloon with a map
of the world on its surface; "side-
hill annlhilators" stilts to fit on the
down-hill leg of a horse when he is
plowing along a side of a hill, and
the ''hen-surprise," a device that
drops the newly-laid egg through
the bottom of the nest, with intent
to beguile and wheedle the hen into
at once laying another.
This is the seaaou of the year
when the raw, cold winds createsad
havoc with the hands and complex
ion. Soft white hands and a clear
"peachy" comploxion can be as
suredly preserved by the frequent
anDlicatfon of Dutard's Specific. If
rubbed into the skin well it leaves
no irreasv surface. The skin
absorbs it. Sold by D. W. Matnews.
The Indians on the Whito Earth
reservation, Minn., have signed the
severalty bill.
Good tillage is the strongest weap
on with which the farmer can fight
hard times and gniu success. Im
perfect culture, on the other hand,
will scarcely enable him to gain a
living from the richest soil, and the
soil will deteriorate rapidly In quali
ty from such treatment besides.
Oregon is one of the most produc
tive states in the Union. Its vast
mineral regions contains gold, silver,
copper, iron, and coal. Its immense
tracts of grazing lands support thou
sands of cattle and sheep, aud its
extensive agricultural regions pro
duce all the cereals in abundance,
the yield per acre beiug, in somo in
stances, the largest in the world.
Among the useful and valuable prod
ucts of the Web Foot State may be
mentioned Oregon Kidney Tea,
which lias proved a boon to thou
sands afflicted with pain in the back
and kidney difficulties. It is purelv
of vegetable composition and never
fails. Sold by D. W. Mathews.
During a discussion .of religious
topics young Brown said: "I tell
you that if the other animals do not
exist after death, neither will man.
There is no difference between man
and a beast." And good old Jones
mildly replied: "If anybody could
convince me of that, it would be
you, Brown."
How's This?
We offei- ,Ono Hundred dollars reward
for any tiibo of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney A. Co.. proprietors, Toledo, O:
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by this firm,
i, est &Truan, wholesale drugglsU, Toledo,
Ohio.
K. H. Van Hoeecn, Cashier, Toledo Nat
ional Hank, Toledo, O.
Waldlng, Klnuan & Marvin, wholesale
druggists. Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Testimonials teat
free. Price Too. per bottle. Bold by all
druggets.
AIAUKKT IlEl'OKT.
A SjnopsU of the Markets IJu lug "'
Selling Prices.
belmso ruins.
Shoulders-Sugar curcd.per U,l2:Uo
HreakOst bacon- 15 to I.e.
Hams Sugar cured, per IN, 10 & 18c.
Hecf-6r.'jc.
Pork-310;.
Mutton-iIc.
TtmoTny'See-Per pound. Killing.
Red clover eed-Per pound, U.
White clover Mvd Per iouud, ,
I twins 5c per IU. t.flljng.
Out meal fee.Ung at o to c
IIL'VJXO fltlCES.
Wheot-Wtf net.
Klour Per barrel. HSB.
Oats Per bushel, 2U Hi IKo.
Jiarley lN?r biwhel, &- ,
Hrnn-IVr ton. mint tho mlJU
Short Per ton. S14.
Chp Per ton, 1 15.
llop 4.J noted ut lifo to lc per;iii,
j:sg-30e per dozen.
J'outoeIVr uui-bil, G0o,
Torn men! So per pound,
Cheee IVj per puuil.
Dried apple Per lb., Cc.
Dried plum Per lb. 7fts
Dried imtcJioi-JVrlb. I-.
Dried prune Per lb. 10c
Hutter 3J it liunJ forifiod
1-ird-UoperlU
JUink-Per unJ,iy?lli
Ilacou ida 10 l-r lb.
Hboulde.--I0cjrlU
i:iutlK:u--Wi pc.-.d"-)iu-0
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Hrf-H " 'J"-VOvl-PtT
j-mnd.av.
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POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomcnes. More
economical than the ordinary klnriR. and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude oflow test, short weight alum or
miuspiiitiu jiuwaers. noia oniy in cans
HOYAI. HAKINO POWDER Co.. 100 Wall-If.Y,
Trucks and Drays.
MORGAN & MEAD
Are now provided with flno new drays
and trucks and are prepared to uoull bubl
ness In that line In the best of shape.
They give their personal supervlson to
all work. Cornc'tate land Cominelrcial
streets.
Tho B GYBES GUIDE ii
iEnuud March and Sept.,
each year. It la an ency
clopedia of useful infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
necessities of life. Wo
can clothe you and furnish you with
all the nocosscry and unnecessary
appllancos to ride, walk, dance, sloop,
eat, flsh, hunt, work, ro to church,
or stay at homo, and in various sizes,
styles and quaulittos. Just ilgure out
what is required 10 do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fait
estimate of tho value of tho BTJYEBS'
CJUIDB, which will ba sent upon
receipt of 10 cents o pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
1 111-114 Michigan Avonue. Chicago, HI,
-Call and See
T. J. CRONISE.
Salem's Popular Job Printer,
AT HIS NEW QUARTERS IN THE
State Insurance IJulldln?, Cor. Com
mercial, iind Chemekctostiects '0-ltf
For the Public Good.
It Is an indisputable fact that tho hand
somest vesllbiilo trains that are now run
on tho American continent are thosq on
the Htullti','ton route, leaving rrom union
depot In Denver, nlhoHt. Paul, immediate
ly on arrival of all through tialns from tho
uest. The first and second class coaches
are magnificent, the rec'lnlng chair cars
suburb, tho Pullman sleeper extremely
luxuriant, and as for the meals that are
seredln thos-o ralnco llurllturton dining
errs yum yum. Tho next time you go
cant, to Kansas uuj , uiiicngo or oi, iouia,
If you mention to the ticket agent thatyou
want your ticket lo leod from Denver or
St. Puul over tho lliirllngton route, you
will get It, and you will always be giaa or
If you go via the Northern or Canadian
Pacific, the elegant vestibule trains of
The Hurlingtou Route, betv.-cen St. Paul
and Chicago, or St. Louis, will carry you
along tho lasteru shore ol the Mississippi
river for a distance of 350 miles, amidst
scenery thatcannot be surpassed; or, If you
go via the Oregon Short Hue or Southern
Pacific, aud your ticket reads via Tho
liurllngton Route from Cheyenne or Den
ver, you will pass through ail tho thriving
cities and towns located in what is popu
larly known as tho Heart of the Continent.
For further information apply to A. C.
Sheldon, General Agent, 8o First street,
Portland-, Oregon. 4-l8d&wtt
$50. HORSES. $50.
One hundred head of brood mares and
young horses for sale. Forty or fltty
colt expected in tho Bprlng Two fine
horses, Clyde and Percheon stock, weight
sixteen and seventeen hundred: have been
with the band for tho post three years.
Original stock from the best quality ol
mares. For particulars address or see
W4t. ' Salem, dr.
T I If XV I T PA
IN ttAMAl IV.
(Limited Line.)
CHAS. X SCOTT, - - Receiver.
On and nfter JuneZl 18S9 and until further
notice trains will run dally (except Sun
day) as follew:
EAST SIDE.
Coburg Mali)
iPortl'd Mall
From Port
land STATIONS.
iTow'rd Port
land
L.V. 8.00 am ll-OKTLANDfAWVAr.J.M.pm.
root oi r cireeu
I,v tUVIpm Ray's uiuaing, ax am
iu.ua r m. iiuu h. . '
I
10A
11.05
11.10
Woodburn,
i Townsend,
McKee,
Mt. Angel,
1.40
1.15
1.10
sjn
liS2
V2.-J)
11.15
11.10
11JH
11.11
10.W
108
r.J
11.05
lljij
vaxtno.
i til i Mllvprton.
1JL30 L Johnston's Mill'
tl.35
l4l
1.0S
1.M
5M
East Side JuncU,
JIacieay,
Aumsvllle,
Ale
OP Crossing,
Wet Sclo,
Crabtree,
hplcej,
Tallmun,
Plalnvlew.
Iirowuxville,
Rowland,
iaio
moo
9.30
u.o-j
bM
818
7.
(LSD
Zt3
ais
S.-07
CujO
Coburg.
&00
n m
Ar P injAU
J.V
L,v
Ci.miiintloii (Ticket at twooonia per
miJliVa l-'t ouMon l log gent.
Councctluii ut Ml. Angel with stages for
hnafn.mw limit Mineral spring udt
""(Vudbiim wlthb-uthrn lw Uc company
iraiiK forand troiu PorlUna.ur
traiu. ,or"n3,','X. s, bcorr. Receiver.
aBneralOll!.N WOw, Flnl ana Itqt,
J"ortluiid,irixou.
It Is n Curious 1'nct
That the body is now more susceptible to
benefit rrom medicine than at any otlu r
season. Hence the importance of taking
Hood's Sarsapatilla now, when it v ill do
you tho most good. It is really wonderful
I for purifying nnd enriching the blood, cre
ating an nppctltc, and ghlng a healthy
I tone to the whole system. Ho sure to get
Hood's iSarsnparllla, which Is peculiar to
lUelf.
I.ITTI.K W0MKN
nroaaa rule, possessed of happy dlsposl.
tions butTvhen these sweet disposltions.be
oonio soured and Irritable, in consequence
of" the long train of distressing features
peculiar to "female complaints, they nre
then not companionable to say the least.
It Is theduty, not only of little women, but
of all women so afflicted, to bring about
tho subjection, nnd immediate removal,
of these painful maladies. This Is easily
accomplished by the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, the great specific lor
"female weakness." It is a posltlvo cure
for the most flowing, painful menstruation,
unnatural suppressions prolapsus or falling
of the womb, weak back, "female weak
ness," antecrston, retroversion, bearing
down sensations, chronic congestion, In
flammation and ulceration of the womb.
Inflammation, pain nnd tenderness In
ovaries, and kindred aliments. All drug
gists. them: business dooming.
Probably no one thing 1ms caused
such n great revival of trade at Dan
iel J. Fry's Drugstore as their giving
away to their customers so many
free trial bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Their
trade is simply enormous in this very
valuable article from the fact that it
always cures and never disappoints.
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Croup, and all throat and lung dis
eases quickly cured. You can test it
before buying by getting a trial bot
tle free, large size ?1. Every bottle
warranted.
HOUSEHOLD SHOULD BE WRBMfc
The majority of tho Ills of the human
fcody arise from a diseased Liver. Slm
Baons Liver Regulator has been the mcanj
f restoring more people to health and
kapplnesi by giving them a health
Kirer than any other agency on earth. 4
Wm THAT TCOV GET THE GEHTJOOI
POOR PEOPLF8 CHANCES.
Borne years ago a city missionary
was crossing one of tho parks in Now
York on the Sabbath day and said to
a lad, "What ara you doing here,
breaking tho Lord's day? YououfjhJ
to be at Church and worshipping
God instead of breaking the Sabbath
in this way." Tho poor lad in his
rags looked up at the city missionary
and said: "Oh, sir, it's very easy for
you to talk that way, but God knows
that we poor chaps ain't got no
chance."
The sentiment seoms to bo growing
that in the United States the time has
arrived when "the poor chap- don'l
have no chance."
There is some truth in it. Tho poor
are not shut out from making a liveli
hood, but the gulf between riches and
poverty continually grows more diffi
cult to cross. As the country becomes
densely populated keen business com
petition decreases the chances for
accumulating wealth by ordinary busi
ness methods.
But the same conditions vastly im
prove the chances for great success
to those who can strike out in new
paths, can furnish something to ths
world that others cannot.
True merit, in commodity or ability,
will win easily and with grand results
in this country, if the masses can bs
induced to recognize it. This recogni
tion can only be accomplished by
what are sometimes 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 romedy for kidney disease War
ner's Safe Cure. Hon. H. II. Warner
first came to know of its curatiro
power by being restored to health
from what tho doctors pronounced a
fatal kidney troublo. He concluded
the world ought to know of it and in
the ten years sinco he began its
manufacture he has spent millions of
dollars in advertising the Safe Cure.
His methods have oeen ingenious
sometimes, perhaps, open to criti
cism, but they had a purpose, which
has been accomplished.
But mark I he never would have
secured a four fold return of tho vast
sums thus expended if tho roal merit
of the remedy had not been fully
proven to the millions of people
reached by his advertisements.
Ten years of increasing success ol
Warner's Safe Cum Is duo, firt, tc
intollig'-nt and ph-asing advertising,
by which tlm pe' pin were made
acquainted with the e raedy. Second,
to iho true worth of the remedy,
proved by actual eji'rienio, showing
It to le ihe oalti tfnfic for kid,' y
disuse, and nil d iTi giowing o'i!
of UUIni v eran?oii.'t.
IU. W.uiicr ha. M)tnethlng the
two'Io want, te'l thcra w, then
proves it to their rutlifuction succewi
follows as a mjttcr of course.
r.9 , 'X
it ri'2rn?iiririHl
f , SP- I
B j .8ESTLESSKESS.X 3
D STRICTLY VEQITABli Nli
fi MULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE. ffi
IS ftoy-i.nytv ti
? ta.ttiLray' K i
L. PHILADELPHIA. flMgl
U I Price. OH E Dollar IKe
Notice of Cancellation of Comity
"Warrants.
State of Oregon. County of .Marlon, St:
Xotlro is hereby given that In accord.
nnco wll" "An Ait to require county war
rants to uei.anceiieuaiierse en ears from
the date of Issuance," approved February
ii", 1&. thofollowlng county warrants will
bo cancelled if not presented for payment
within sixty days from Ihls date, July 1,
lNfll, nnd payment thereof 111 be refused.
KJ UAHCOCK, County Clerk,
DyDCSilKiiMAN, Deputy.
2749 O. A. Cone t $ 0 00
2792 C. D. Harriett.... 15 00
WIS O. B. Oorntllu 1 CO
103 IxiulsDelor 2 90
1G7 W. J. Ucrren 4 00
247 It. C. Geer 4 00
29S S. L. McOUee 400
419 Jack Phillips 8 00
file J. 8. Vsnghn 2 00
003 John Stuitb 4 00
702 It. M. Wade . 6 00
913 Uosea Pratt 2 00
lMt Leo Willis 1 00
1893 Cats. Venable 180
1905 J. D. Jones 2 00
2051 II. K. ItaDsaier 3 00
2114 B.F. 0er 2 00
2117 A.L. Gates 4 00
2130 J. S. SterrDB 2 00
2JC7 Eltslu Strong 4 00
24S9 Oregon Statesman 4 00
2503 J. A. Richardson 8 Ol)
3459 C. U.Moores 6 Oil
4238 Samuel Lewis 1 B0
4290 A. it. Stephens 1 00
4244 C. Spignot 190
4293 E. Downs 1 90
4.-CI E.Tjrel 2 00
4980 N B.Fry 2 00
57C3 Hobt. Cloffln 1 70
009S Augustus Oleasou 1 90
Clf8 11. S. nianchard 1 CO
0119 A. Lovcjoy 160
0133 Edward Farley 1 60
St 1. V. Brcudle 170
1C1 E.Munsakcr 3 90
165 J. II. Cottle 10 20
209 Daniel Tace 2 00
276 F. 8. Fisher 2 00
390 Wm. 8. Kinney 1 SO
CC5 P. J. Newburg 1 (0
CS0J.D Haws 4 60
799 D. Uoldrldge 1 CO
849 K. SI. Waile.V: Co 14 00
847 D. 0. Ciwuman 3 00
993 Thos. Fitzgerald 4 00
1104 F. It. Bmlth 2 00
1199 Da1d Goodsoll 2 00
1308 M. Smith 2 (0
1312 Geo. Lefloy 2 10
1418 O. W. Whitney 2 00
1833 M. Crocker ISO
1841 Chas. Nellson 180
1740 E. S.Brooks 2 00
1832 JameB Coleman, sr 2 60
1977 S. L Pardl 8 00
1991 A. McKenzle 1 80
1999 G.ltUteuauer. I 80
2001 J. II. Fowell 1 80
2013 Peter Curdy 1 SO
2027 J. II. Powell 178
2127 Lea Is Miller 2 CO
2189 J.L. Riddle 1 80
2209 W. F. Brown 2 60
2342 DavldLong 1 70
2384 John Decassey 2 30
2420 8. n. Jessup r. ISO
2670 Cells Lindsey 3 30
!7S3 John Moore 2 60
2SGS F. M. Hall . 2 00
2878 D.Itobblns 2 00
2909 O. II. Hall 2 10
3100 J. W. Dlckeu 6 00
3131 O N. Churchill 1 SO
3142 JohnOsborn 1 00
3143 Jas. W.Cook 100
3249 Alex. Xegle 1 60
3.101 James Fisher , 2 20
3382 Wm. Graves 15 00
3CC9 W.T. Cleaver 1 30
3749 H. U. Savage 5 20
3913 Mart. Cbambcrlln 2 00
3940 T, O. Johnson 6 60
391.7 K.Taylor...., 4 60
4052 M.8kalfo....t 7 20
41163 Lorenzo Elliott 2 00
4079 M. Simmons 2 00
4088 McCullyfe Gilbert 4 25
42J.1 Mrs. J. A. Wardens 1 60
43IC J.O. Daclianau 4 00
5173 J.J. Ityan 7 CO
8728 J. II. Harriott 1 .... 2 00
4328 N.Il.Doty 4 00
OrdeletltlluttliU lint bnpUblltlieU IIS OJ
law required. Done by June term, 18bd.
T. C SHAW.
County J mice.
A FAMOUS BATTLE-GROUND.
On tho hanks of tho Tippecanoo, a
small stream which enters the Wa
bash Kiverin Indiana, was toughtthe
terrific hattleof Tippecanoe.
In this great struggle of frontier
times, tho 'allied western Indians un
der the chr'tainship of Elskwatawa,
tho "Prophet" wero detested in No
vember, 181r, by the Americans un
der tho command of Gen. Wm. U.
Harrison.
It was a desperate, ' hard-fought
battle, and much depondeoVupon. the
result. v
Had the Indians been suftessful,
all barriers of dofencofor Vie early
settlers w uld have been oy '"thrown
and tho eadlytomahawk-w 'ldhave
been active in the rapid e: termina
tion of tho remaining pion rs. On
tho other hand the fortnnat . termin
ation of tho contest put an e d to fur
ther attempts at open warfajo by the
Indians. The rich territory, solon
overrun by hostile savages, was
thrown open for settlement, which
rapidly occurred as soon as the news
of tho great viitory bccaui wide
spread. Naturally great praise was rendered
to the success and intrepid bravery
of Gen. Harrison and lie was honored
in many ways. Ho afterwards served
as Commander of the Army of the
Northwest, and when Indiana was ad
mitted to Statehood, ho was selected
to represent tho Slate in the United
States Senate. In 184U he was elected
President and his unfortunate demise
occurred shortly after being inaugu
rated. The forty-second anniversary of the
Battle of Tippecanoe found tho gal
lant grand-son of "Old Tip" leading
his forces to a great political victory
which resulted in the selection of Gen.
Hen. Harrison as Provident of the
United States.
Tho Harrisons hays been a hardy
nice of men, sprung from old log
cabin stock, which ii a sufficient
guarantee of its genuineness wherever
found. IlealiainK the truth of tills,
grojt effort has been made to re-discover
some of the secrets contained
in Die old log cabin ttock of useful
irticles, and as the result, the famous
Old log Cubin Sar.nparilla, uuiver
4.illv regarded as the best Spring
conic and blood cleanser has been
'ound. Not satisfied with the world
ido esteem which Is held for War
ner's Safe Cure, tho only curo for
Kidney difcas-s, tho proprietor is
tvitlim: to do all lhat it possible to es-at)li-h
Warner's ja Cabin i-arsup-jrilla
as foremost anions household
irticles on account of lis purity and
flV,ctiven'B.
After all, each individual has, at all
tlin"lhu creat battlo of life or death
ii t'ght, nnd for Kvurity attention
mi' nei't-csarily he given to tho best
Aaioii which scienre can offer bu-
.anity in th grctt co:.test.
If you have n diacnur&e iroin the note,
oirenle or otherwise, irtlui Iom of the
' i.rinii. ri-,-1 dull or debilitated, twin
uin.Anr.ini .uuieor uvanuK. -c wu-
or priixure in uwui in vw. ".,
you 'may real tuuured thul you have ca
Uirrti. Tbouaands of cae annually, with
out :nulfMitlnK half of the above symp
- '. .. l. -. ...I... uf.l ..i.llu
tom tenUinalB III MJiiauwimmj uu ciiu
InlbeKTUte. No dieau u m common,
., .1.... lu. it.iHrtf ...1 ft. inrtrM
unucctfiilly treated by physicians. The
manufiu.1urer of lr. Hage1 CuUirrh Jtein
ly huve, for many yearn, onerf-d it V?o
Inte reward of t'iw for a oueof vil Ca
tarrh, no inatUrr how bud or of how Ioik
edy lolff if Uruqlitf at M ttatt,
fee
rlv (Will .Tniipnsil f
Has Beeia
t ' I
inl Greatly Improved u( Now Is The
CHEAPEST NEWSPAPER IN .OREGON:
THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
TO1 MARION
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Discount for (tab
WEEKLY, six months, .$0.60.
SPECIAL OFFER
THE YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Oregon Development compnny't
steamship lino. E35 mllcn shorter, 3) hours
less time thnn hv nnr nfhpt tniitp. Flnit.
cliuw through passenger nnd freight line
from Portia nd nnd nil points In tho Wil
lamette vallev to nnd from Ban Fmnclseo.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Ksccpt Hundays):
Imih Albany 1:00 I'M
litaxc CorvnllU 1:10 I'M
Arrive Yaqulna feSOl'M
lave Ynqulna 6:4.1 AM
Uwve Corvallls ....... lObtSAM
Arrive Albany 11:10 AM
O. A r?. Inilno ivMlhiw.1 nl A11.A.... n.l
Oorvallls.
Tho nbovo tnilnii connect at YAQUINA
with tho OrcRon Povclopment Co's Line
jfHteii'aihlps between Ynqulna nnd San
r nuicl'co.
SAIM.NU DATES.
"rpMKKS. n(0M VAQU1NA
nmctle Valley. Saturday Auk.
Willamette Vnlloy Tuendny t.t
J lllnmettc Vnlloy, Thursday " !!
lllamette Vnlloy Saturday " 31
8TKAMK1UI. MOM BAN FrtANCISCO
Willamette Valley Tuosday, July .10
Willamette VBlley ..Thursrfay Aiir. 8
Willamette Vnlley"Isaturday " 27
Thl. nnmr....... ......... .1.. ..... .
5 R 1 " '"- ntiiiuuLiiuill'?,
...V.1. " l'fi,nKcrs from IVmland and nil
Wlllametto Vnlloy points enn inako close
connection with tho trains of the
YAQUINA ROUTE nt Albany or Corvallls,
and. If destined to San Krnnclsco, should
arrange to arrive at Ynqulna tho evening
before date of milling.
PMvnrfr and Freight ltlf Alwy thf
W.1?Ji APr liUorniiitlou apply to Messrs
IIU1.MAN A Co., Freight and Ticket
Agents 300 and 302 Front st IortIand. Or.
tor to '
CO. HOQUK, Ao't Gen'l Frt. ft
rass. AgU, Oregon IMclllo It. It. Co.,
O H. nABWKU., Jr. GrnKr";111! r'
Pass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., 301 Montgomery ft.;
San Fmnclseo, CalJ
Hemcmber tho Orcgn I'aclflo's popular
summer excursions to Ynqulna. I.ow rnte
tickoto nre now on Mile, good every
Wednesday and Saturday Irom Albany,
Corvallls and l'hllomnth.
Yours truly,
C. C. itOaUE,A.G.I'.Ageut
A tin ....n an 1 1 1 .. .. ....... .l.kn... ...l
Overland to California
-VIA
Southern Pacific Company's Line.
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
Time bttwtfii Salrm anil iisn Krinclsn.
Tklrty-six llonri.
OAI.trOKNIA KXI-RKHS TUAtN UUN DA1M,
IIKTWRKN l'OKTIHl AN11H. K.
South.
TJoHliT
4:00 p. in,
Mt p. 111.
7:4.i ii. m.
J.v. l'orthmd Ar.
i.V. Halcm l,v.
Ar. San Knur. I.v.
10. W a. in.
7:M n. in.
7.U) p. in.
J-TT-m i i
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CVliT U1IMTI1VI
4:00 a. m. I I.v. rortlnud Ar I .( p. in.
ii:io a. m l.v Haieiu -. ( iau p. m.
it40 p. ni.lir- -" Jv- mm .,
PULLMAN BUFFET SLR8PBIIS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS?
For aocommodutiou ot second clous
piiHhiiiftorH uttiichvil to express tnilus.
Thes. 1'. company's ferry mukes con
nectlon with all the regular trains on th
Kant side Division from footol 1 stree
I'ortland.
tYest Side Division, Between Porllanil
and Cervallls:
DAIiyy (KXCMT atlMPAV).
"T:I10 n. ni. I I,v. Portland" A r.
laa p. m. I Ar. Corvallls l.v.
'0:31 p, in.
I::i0 p. in.
At Albany and Corvnllls connect with
trains uf Oregon l'uclfio Itnilroad.
Through tlukots to all points south tuid
oust via California
Kjtl'KKWlTUAJW (I1AII.Y KXCKITMUKUAY.
4:60 p. m. I l.v. Portland Ar. I 9:00 u. in.
H.-O0 p. in. I Ar.McMlunvllleLv. 6:45 a. in.
Through Tickets
I To all polutM
H)IJTH and EAST
-VJA-
CaliforniA.
For lull lnlornintion rrgurding rates,
niap, tic., apply to the Company's ugeut,
Halein, Oreeon.
K. f. llOUElOi, Arst. (1. F. and Fuss. Au't
It, KOKH1.KH.I Mauugur.
Oregon Railway anil Navigation
COMPANY
. Columbia River Route,'
X'ralnit for the owl Kuvu I'orllund al7,"r
am aud 0.30 pin dully. Tto it to undfrom
prlnclpul imluta In th( United MlutrH, Cnti
adaaud l'urope,
ELEGANT PULMANN PALC. CARS
tCmlgraut Hleoylng Can run ihrmif ' on
ezprra tri inn to
OMAHA
COUNCIL VlAtVV
ftlld H'J. I'AUI
Fref of Charge and Wit ou Change.
Connection! at I'ortland for Hun Prut,
cmco and 1'ugel Hound point.
Por lurther partlculam aildrewt uny
igfutof the company, or
A. I. MAXWELL, O. 1'. A T. A
!. J, MM 1T1I. OnI Manager, i'ortland.
$100 KKWAItD. 1100.
The rt-adera of the JoUltNAl. will be
pliftKtd U) Irnru that there U at leuat hub
drunded dUtakt) that nclcnce hun heeu able
to cure In all IU ulugo and that U catarrh,
Hull'iCaturraU Cure In the only xlth
cure now kuown to the medical fmterulr
Cutarrh Itolng a conatltutlonul dlneuiK re
quire a raiittltutlonal treatment. IdM'n
CuUrrh euro In taken Internally, acting dl
rvctly uikiu thu blood anil inucu ur-
fuc4 of the yUin, thereby dctroylnic
the foundation of the dlwsukj. and giving
the jutlenl itrenglh, by building up the
ainttltutlou aud auUtlng uaturu In dolnt
ltwork. The proprietor hae ko inucli
faith In IU curative power, tluit they ollttr
One Hundred Dollar for any caso that It
full to cure. Head for Hat of tetlmonlal.
Add V. J.CII K.N K V A CO., TOfdo, l).
latum r,JiViir..'r.i
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