Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, November 19, 1889, Image 3

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FACTS ABOUT SCOUTS.
Not as Portrmycd In Dime Novell, But u
They Are Found In Reality.
Thereout of tho novel .and the show,
writes Con. A. Mahony, In tho Philadel
phia Prut, Is a very picturesque, kind fol
low, thoroughly reckless, a dead shot, the
proprietor of a varied selection of scalps
and showing in his moral character that
combination of "half angel and half Luci
fer" of which Joaquin Miller delights to
sing. Liko Samson of old, his strength is
in his hair, and his long-flowing locks are
the admiration of frontier women and tho
envy of frontier men. Ho is always clad
in buckskin, fringed and stamped with gro
tcsquo desiirns, whllo his flowing locks are
surmounted with a sombrero that it would
take throe days to walk round tho brim.
Buch is tho Eastern conceptien: now for
Southwestern reality.
Tho United States scout In nr-n .rf
wears his hair cut short, In soldier fashion,
bocauso ho has to sloop on the ground for
weoks at a time, and If ho wore long and
flowing locks thoy would give him consid
erable trouble by affording a cholcovarloty
of insects a refuge and a dwelling-place.
TUon again, outside of somo town in which
they wanted with a pardonablo vanity to
show off, I never saw ono of them in a buck
skin suit. It is too warm in summer and
not warm enough in winter. Tho scout Is a,
good shot, but that Is a virtuo he shares In'
common with nearly every man and boy on
tho frontier.
There is very littlo romance, but plenty
of hardship about tho llfo of a scout. He is
not selected for his dashing airs and reck
less bravery, but for tho only quality in de
mand with army officers, his thorough
knowledges of the country in which tho
troops are to operate, and especially of the
best camping grounds, tho distance from
water to water (a point on which the lives
01 mo command often depend) and his
power to shorten marches by his acquaint
ance with short cuts through mountains
and over morasses. If he knows the Span
ish language so much the better and if he
can speak a littlo Apache better still, but
these latter accomplishments are of minor
importance to a thorough knowledge of the
country.
United J' States army1' scouts may be di
vided into two classes white men, who
rank as chief of scouts, and 'Indian scouts,
who are organized as military com
panies. The whlto scouts are usually
men who have been employes of tho
Han Carlos and Mcscalcro Apache Reserva
tion or Indianf agencies. Thoy aro, from
constant' association (with the' Indians, well
acquainted wlth'their character and habits
and frequently speak a little Apacho. Tho
Apaches, with few exceptions, speak Span-
isn, ana it is usually tne language they uso
in communicating with tho Indian agent
and the employes of tho agency. A whlto
man who makes himself useful to the In
dians by doing them little favors is, in time,
taught "to read sign."
A scout who can read "sign" can tell you by
examining a trail over which horses have
passed if they were-riddon or led,' and if
both, the 'number ridden and the number
led. Even when shod he can tell whether
the horses were American or Mexican. If
the trail bemade by men on foot he can tell
if it be an Indian trail or imply tho trail of
Mexicans wearing moccakras. In a hostile
party ho can tell by the tral how many are
bucks and how many are squaws and chil
dren, and so on over a field tsf observation
as extensive as interesting.
The scout thus qualified finds no difficulty
in obtaining employment in the Southwest,
where fApache outbreaks aro of almost
yearly occurrence. He is engaged, subject
to' the approval of the commander of the dis
trict or department Now Mexico is a mili
tary district, while Arizona is a military de
partmentat a salary of USO a month and a
ration for, his 'horse'. He provides his own
arms and ammunition, and ignores the Gov
ernment Springfield rifle for tho improved
Wlnche8ter(45 caliber repeating rifle. From
his pay he has to provide for bis rations,
and he messes with the officers when In
post, or when outside with tho command.
The Indian scout companies are enlisted
fromthe"good"Indlans on the reservations.
About thirty men, form a company which' is
placed under tho command of a Lieutenant
of tho regular army with whom is associated
a chief cf scouts who acts as the medium of
communication between the officer and his
command. About six soldiers,.as a measure
of precaution against mutiny, are attached
to each company of scouts. The period of
service of an Indian scout is only six months,
"unless sooner discharged," and ho Is paid
thirty dollars' a month; His rifle generally
provides his ration, as the Apacho detests
army bacon, preferring even the abandoned
carcass of an', army mule.
The Indian scout companies are not popu
lar on tho frontier. -They are considered to
be only, training schools for thohostllesj and
as some of tho most desperate of the
Apaches have been scouts, such as Bonita
and Chatto, the antipathy of the frontiers
men is pot! altogether without reason. The
fact that the Indian jscouts of the Govern
ment aro "without uniform adds to tho an
noyance of the people of the frontier who,
except they see the Indians accompanied by
a whlto, man, can not tell them from bostiles.
The onlyUhing IditUnctlvely worn by the;
Indian scout outside the Government belt:
that carries his ammunition to distinguish
him, is a re&haBdkerchlet bound around his
head. Tho'-frontlersmen argue that red
handkerchiefs are so common that no In
dian, hostile or otherwise, need be without
one. It is -well-known that the lack of uni
form of the Indian scout is a source of per
petual danger on tho border to Americans
and Mexicans alike, and has cost the sacri
fice of many lives.
THE CAPITA!;, EVE2mrGr JOURNAL.
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PATENTS
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TRADE MARKS.
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COPYRIGHTS .for book., chartf, mapi,
Ac., quickly procured. Addreu fi
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GEO. F. SMITH,
PROPRIETOR
SMITH'S
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A Cn- whi
bare had otoi
ELLIS & WHITNEY,
Proprietors of tho
Favorite Livery and Feed Barns
Good rigs always on hand and furnished
on short notice.
Private boarding of horses and stock a
specialty.
OiPcj nnd barns nt tho corner of Trado
and Commercial streets.
500
&
JLjJi,
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Mt:alt IsBIchatt's
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HEALTH.
Xm Rtchaa'a Golden Balsam NoT 1
Cures Chancre., Ant and second 'itagea;
Sores on tho Lew and Bedy: Sow Eir,
Price, S5 00 per Bottle.
Syphilis.
L nichau's Golden Balsam No. a
Cures Tertiary, Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu
matlsm. Pains In tho Bone., Pain. In tho
Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Soro
Throat, Syphilitic Rash, Lump, and con
tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and
eradicates all disease from the system,
whether caused by Indiscretion or abuso
ol Mercury, leaving tho blaod puro and
healthy. Prlco 85 00 per Bottle,
to Utchau'a Oolden HuanliU Ami
dote i for tho cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni
tal disarrangements. Price 93 00 per
Bottle.
1 Rlehau'N Golden Spanish In
lection, forsivcre cases o( Gonorrhoea,
inflammatory Gleet. Strlctures.&c. Price
1 AH per Bottlo.
L.e RIehnu'a Golden Ointment
lor tho eff-ctlvo hcallngof Syphilitic Sores,
and eruptions. Price $ I 00 pur Box.
I.e Rlchnu'a Golden PlVa Nmo
and Brain treatment; loss ol physical power.-
extras or over-work. Prostration, etc.
Prloe 83 00 per Box.
Tonic and Nervine,
.Sent overywhere, C. 0. D., recuroly packed
per express. . "
C. F. RICHARDS & CO. , Agents,
427 429 Sansome street. Corner Clay,
Sin Francisco, Cal.
CIRCULAR MAILED FREE.
The Monti ot tba Horse.
Be careful of the horse's mouth. Men who
jerk the reins because they are too mad to
he sensible ,and humane, should have a bit
placed in their own mouths and haro it
jerked by 'some brutal fellow who would
enjoy giving pain. In breaking colts, be
very careful about the mouth, and never
bit an animal that has a sore mouth while
it continues sore. The mouth of tho horse
should be more frequently examined than
it usually is: Bometlmes there is' an in
flammation that needs attention. Some
times the teeth seed attention, and occa
sionally, it may eves be necessary to draw
a tooth. It Is by no means uncommon that
the poor condition of a horse can be traced
to some ailment of the mouth which pre
vents the proper mastication of the food.
It is not much trouble toopon the mouth
and look into it, and ItSviU'often prevent
trouble. .
Taa Ban aa Cars JLfeat.
Court the sun, Ifiyoa arevoao of the un
happy ones who lie awake o' nights. The
verytrorstr boporifto' U laudanum, and the
very best aunshlnel Therefore it U very
plain that poor sleepers should pass as
many hours as possible in the sunshine, and
as few as possible In the shade. Many
womea are martyrs, ad yet they do not
lenow I it.4 .They I shut the staaWae oat of
their kouae aadlaVitl hearty they wear
vails, they carry parasols, they do au tnat
U possible to keep oT the subtlest and yet
most potest iaiueace which to intended to
give than strength aad beauty and cUr
fulneejjtokottiaachaage thto, aa
ogetoolor and roeea- la their pale oh ,
at! to rw Utim 4 mMr
fcfMrllaMMjll "
WILLAMETTE
UNIVERSITY
Uraduates Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
AND
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Bohool opens first Monday in September
Send for catalogue to
THOS. VAN SCOY,
President.
17: Salem, Oregon.
OREGONIAN RAILWAY CO.
(Limited Line.)
CHAS. N SCOTT, - - Receiver.
On and after June 23 18S9 and until further
notice trains will run dally (except Sun
day) as follews:
BXA.ST SIDK.
CoburgMalll
From Portland
Lv. 8.00 am
Lv (MJopm
" 10.08
10.Su
11.05
1L10
11.25
11.35
1Z10
12.20
11.35
12.41
l.CK
2R
2.21
2.43
3.13
3.45
5.-07
5M
At
e.50
p m
Portl'dliall
STATIONS.
ow'rd'Port
land
PORTLAND PAW VJAr. 3.45.p m.
Koot or r Hireeu
niv'i i jinnine-. A.r ix&
St.Panrs. 2.28
Woodburn,
Town send,
JicKee,
ML Angel,
Down's,
Hllverton.
Johnston's Mill
Hwltzerland.
KostSldeJuncL,
.Macleay,
AurAsvllle,
Ale
OP Crossing,
WestScio,
Crebtree,
Hplcer,
Talluian,
Plalnvlew,
Brownsville,
Rowland,
Ooburg.
All
LV
TlekeU at two
at stations Uav
Uv
1.40
1.15
LIO
125
li32
1Z20
11.15
11.40
11.S8
ll.H
10.43
102S
10.10
iaoo
9.30
0.02
8'1G
7.42
6M
a m
cents per
Ing agents.
Dommutlon
mile on salej
Connection ot Mt Angel with stages for
aBdWmWIItolt, Mineral bprtng aud at
uala for and from Portlano, ur
Ualus r ana iru bfjorV, fUl ver.
OaflstriOflkfcMW COf . rirrt -.a Pine,
DE,.LER IN
FURNITURE)
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Window Shades, Wall Paper, Pictures, Mirrors, Moldings, Frames, Brtl.y
Carriages, Wagous, Rugs, Stationery. Notions, Holiday Goods,
Croquet Sets. Hammocks, Etc. Tents, Awnings, 'Eti
made to order and kept constantly on hand.
307 COMMERCIAL STREET (BANK BLOCK), SALEM, OREGON.
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flGoodsof all kinds sold on the regular Installment plan in the city
at bmith's Auction House, corner of Liberty and State streets, Sulem, Or.
Abstracts
For reliable and correct
ABSTRACT OF TITLB,
-Call on the
Salem Abstract and Land Compauj
F E. AUSTIN, Manager.
NO. 221 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
SQTTho only complete set of Abstracts in Marion county.
P. O. Box 260.
First National Bank
SALEM, OREGON.
WM. N. LADUE, -DH.
J. REYNOLDS,
JOHN MOIH,- - -
- - President.
Vice President.
- Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING.
Exchanco on Portland. San Francisco.
Now York, London and Hone Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and othor property at
reasonnDie rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
Tie CapitalNational Bank
OK
SALEM - - - OREGON.
Paid op, ... - $75,000
Surplus, ...... 10,000
B. 8. WAJ.LACE, - President.
W. W. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, 1- - - Cashier.
DIRLCTORSt
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R, S. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
City Tax Notice.
The Salem city taxes are now due and
payable nt my ofllce with Williams & En
gland. Taxpayers will please govern
themselves accordingly.
E. J. SWOFKORD.
City Tax Collector.
GEORGE WILKINS'
NBW BUTOHBJR SHOP
On Liberty street, across tho bridge In
North Salem. All kinds of meats kept on
hand. S-'iOtf
For the Public Good.
It is an indisputable fact that the hand
somest vestibule trains thnt are now run
on tho American continent are those on
the llurllngton route, leaving from Union
depot In Denver, also St. Paul, Immediate
ly on arrival of all through trains from tho
west. The first und second class coaches
are magnificent, the reclining chair cars
suburb, tho Pullman sleepers extromcly
luxuriant, and as for tho meals thnt are
served In those palace llurllngton dining
in
errs yurayum. The next
me you go
tix,
east to Kansas CItv. Chlcairo or Ht. Lou
If vou mention to the ticket agent thnt vou
want your ticket to read from Denver or
Bt. Paul over the llurllngton route, you
will got It, and you will always bo glna of
ifyougovlatho Northern or Canadian
Paclflc, the elegant vestibule trntus of
The llurllngton lloute, between bt. Paul
and Chicago, or Bt. Louis, will carry you
along the eastern shore of tho Mississippi
river for a distance of .ISO miles, amidst
scenery thatennnot be surpassed; or, If you
co via tho Oreeon Short Line or Southern
Pacific, and your ticket reads via The
Burlington Route from Cheyenne or Den
ver, you will pass through all the thriving
u in
what Is popu-
LOANS MADE
To farmers on wheat and other market-
e produce, consigned or in si
either in private granaries or
able produce, consigned or in store,
public warehouses.
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Ban
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin
Hong Kong and Calcutta. ,
Northern Pacific Railroad.
GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE
TWOFASTTItAIILY
SHORTEST LINE TO CHICAGO
And all points Eajst'.vla
St. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
The Northern Paclflc railroad Is the only
line running Passenger trains, Beoond class
sleepers (free of charge) Luxurious Day
coaches. Pullman Palace Hleeping Cars.
Palace Dining Cars, (meals 75c) from Port
land to the east
See that your ticket read via the Northern
Pacific railroad and avoid the
change of cars.
Leave Portland at a. m. and S.-40 p. m.
dally arrive at Minneapolis or HU Paul at
6.fip. m.
Pacific Division. Trains leave Front
aud Q street dally at 115 a. rn, and 8:10
p.m.; Arrive at Taooma at 7:10 p mand
t20 a m arrive Beuttla V2Sa m and fc p. rn
Through Pullman l"alace Bleeping Cars,
elegant day coacnes, flnest palace dining
cars between Portland, Tacomaand Beattle
direct. Dally service. A. D. CHARLTON
Asat. Oen'l Pa. Agent, 1Z1 First Bt-, Cor
Washington HL, Portland, Oregon.
Depot Corner First andO rJtrtots.
cities and towns locate
larly known as the Heart ol the Continent,
ror luriuer imuruiuiiuu upmy 10 ji. u.
Sheldon, General Agent, 85 First street,
Portland, Oregon. 4-10d&wll
wst
LtOHT Sous Tl
FOR HEN ONLY!
BACITIVC 'or iMt r IsUisg VASSOOBi
rWMIIIIiDuinltM ITTHI
riTTDX" W- SMU4l
J MJ AVil IKnorr "" m"":"!
J. J. CULVER
County SurveyoJ
JAMES WALTON,
Topographer,
W. H.IBYARS.
Civil Engineer
Byars, Culver 4 Walton
Surveyors & Topographer!
Surveys, drafts, plats
maps and descriptions
of lunds, townlots.and
roads, ditches, streets,
sewers, alleys, etc, etc..
made and furnished at
reasonable prices. Old
corners and lines re-es-
v.ti.i sustsr tabllshrd from original
Tii.v. field notes.
Grades for ditches, rouds, streets or sow
ers, with estimates furnished on applica
tion. Address County Surveyor's olllce.
Sclera, Oregon.
A.. E. STRANG,
No, 303 Commercial Btreet,
SALEM, - - ORKGON.
DKALBR I.V
STOVESand RANGES
Plumbing Gas ani Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty,
the RICHARDSON &
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To every new subscriber or renewal for tho
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ind tho engraving."THE .SCOTCH JtAlD," is only '
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Subscribers desiring both pictures can Imvo "Tiio Hore Fair" for
twenty-five cents extra.
Postmasters and news dealers will take subscriptions, or remit direct
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SALEM !
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INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT
Oregon's 1st lively City!
o
As we send this paper by thousands over the whole length and
breadth of tho land, many peoplo who know Salem by its reputation
will bo pleased with a little history of its various attractions.
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r-Airnl for
BOVNTON COMl'ANVH
Ubllshed in 18l
furnaces. Ks-
IB
JUST OPENED.
Kresh end salt water flh, tullry, tame
id nv.irn la their seatoii. On Courllal .
oplMwIte the ojiero houe.
jneiiuuurca uun i-ijicmciim nitin,
jfcUKIKH, I'roprletor.
JNhUltAKCK
Company.
nru aim Ata
ri ne.
JOH, AMIf-KT, Agent, rteleui, Oregon
Tho citizens of Salem aro a very proud people proud of thu beauty
aud famo of their city. Willi 15,000 population, possessing largo wealth,
wo enjoy all tho modern ad vani'oinents of our sister cities liko Portland,
Seattle and Tacoma and San Francisco. Streets are lighted by electricity
and traveled by horse ears. Tho most nugnlllcont ptibllo water work's
supply puro water irom tho Willamette in plenty and most adequate lire
protection. We imvo the district telegraph messenger service, letter car
riers, two telegraph olllces aud two express companies,
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Fino structures abound throughout tho city. Tho school buildings
arc numerous and lurgeand the high school is us grand a pilous is often
seen. Tho famous Cheineketo hotel, built as u matter of pride by Salem's
wealthy capitalists, leads all on tho Pacific count us a linohotel. 'The state
has located here extensive and imposing buildings, the State house, State
Penitentiary, State Insane Asylum, State Wind School, State Deaf and
Dumb initio school and tho United States Indian Training School. Ele
gant private residences arc common but of yet greater Interest thiiu these
aro tuo miles aud miles of pleasant homes of our thrifty mechanics?;
therein lies tho surety of our luturu.
CHURCHES.
All denominations have prosperous churches and lino houses of wor
ship. Tho Women's Christlap Temperaneo Association Is llrmly estab
lished aud intends building a magiilliceut business block mid is prosper
ing. It lias a line library.uud reading room for public inc.
NEWSPAPERS.
We have two daily newspapers. The Capital Jmm.VAi, is tho less
aged but a sprightly sheet which sprang at onco ini'o the full Hood tide
ot success. Any new enterprise coiniiiL' to Salem will Mud able support
ers, u tney uro wormy ol it, in tne puuiio spiraea editors oi our newspa
pers. AMUSEMENTS.
Tho Heed's Opera House is n largo and excellent ono. There are
numerous summer resorts, several lino parks, au excellent trotting course,
bicycle clubs, soolal clubs, etc.
THE STATE FAIIl
Meet hero annually and Is n great success. It attracts thousands ol
people from all sections of the country,
NO MALA HI A IIEHE.
This Is ono of those clean, puro Western cities where almost no
malaria now exists. Ourdeath rate Is way down in the bottom llgures
and wo have no epidemics.
ATTRACTIONS.
Our natural scenery Is Swiss-like. Mountains almost entirely sur.
round us rendering drives outside the city very beautiful. Itivers and
trout stieains wood-lands, abound in every direction. City Is practically
frco from debt and taxes uro moderate. Our laboring clashes never have
resorted to strikes, boycotts or anarchism us wages aro good, woik plenty
and want utmost unknown. Wo have all the secret orders in this oily
that Is possessed by any other city of twice its population, and all In a
nourishing condition,
COME WITH US AND WE WI LL DO YOU WOOD.
Sulem Is a good jiluco to live in and it Is a good pluco to do business
In. Any new branch of trade will prosper hero lor facilities aro ample
and competent help plenty. Wo have all tho motive ixiwers water,
steam, gas and electric. Keul estate may bo hud for factory sites at rea
sonable prices. People may live hero with great economy, or In luxury.
Our banking fucilitles are unsurpassed. Ww have a lino oullyliigdlsirlct
of farm lunds. Old residents remain, there aro almost uodepurtuies, aud
now ones are fast coming among us,
WHY NOT INVESTIGATE SALEM?
If you would learn more of tho resources or Silent ami fcurroiuiilliiy
country semi lor tne UArriAn juuh.aah, uio nest paper mi uu
Pucitlc coast to-duy for the money. It Is rcllublounu sluinls on lis own
footing. Address tho Capital Joi'hnaj,, Halem, Oregon.
,ii i ilji ivuiy, .iiiniiigi-r.
J. L
PIANOS FOIt HUNT.
Twocixid upright pianos for rent, nlso u
first cltt orean for sulo clieap for cmIi or
on the lustilTiiietit plan. For Information
I no u I re of Profiler I'arvln at UivOmimt.
vutoryof mulcorat Ills rwldenre, K-lU-lm
t"7C dncf A MOSTIi mnlo inailn
50 10 30U wnrkliuf for u. Ai;em
preferred who tau furnUli liore uml
Ktve their wliolellinetoiliebulm-M.SKire
inoiiRUU muy m profitably t-inploytd also
A faur tnninclnlii tuwns and cltle li. V
Johutou & Co., 1UUU Jlaln t., Kichliioiid,
VH.
.V. II. I'lmw state aje and builuaui ex
perlencr. Never mind about Minding
stamp tarrtplr, II. K. J. A Co. fOnMi
ft!
Ifti
(ieary street.
DR. JORDAN L Co.'s
KIM UK AXATOMV
761larketst.KHii I'miutscu
AdinlMloii 9A oenu.
(ioiuiil Iwirn how Ut avoid
rli.iu). OiiiMillalion and
I rwil infill iwrMiiwIty or b)
Icilir, on iuriiiaturrho
oruiillal wwikin, ami all
iMsti. of inoii. Hml for a
Ijook. I'rlvalH olllot) 911
Coiiullatluii fit-u.
J. I-J. HAAS,
Watchmakor and Jcvc'er,
COMMICHCIAI, BTKI'.IU
THE YA0UINA ROUTE,
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And OreU Development company's
hl2?m.H,ll!,.""e; 2ar' m"ls shorter, ill hours
inwtuiictlinii by ntiy otliei mute. First
ctaM tlinniirli p;lenircr nnil freluht lino
mpiVV'n1"1 ,IU"1",11 l"01"" I" the Will
lametlo vnllcv to ami lioin San Krouclsco
TIME SCHEDULE, lfc!.ccpt Hmidnys):
I.eavn Alltoinv
Iivelin-Hl1 .
Arrlo Yniiulnn
Iiouao Vaqulnii .
Leave ('orvnllu
Airle Albany ...
1:00 1 M
1:10 1M
(i: 15 A it
Ift.'tSA M
11:10A.M
(V f. fClll.D .. . . ...
Cornrills. " -""vtv ..i Aionny and
,i18ft'r"ll".mnwl VAQUIXA
VI ' 10 P,!,n l)oclopment UoVl.liia
Fran 1 ps l'c,wl'ou Vnnulnn nnd San
SVIMMl UATKS.
STBAMl'.ns. K0M VAQUIN
Vyillumctto Valloy Mondny Sept.
I ainetto Vnlloy. Tuesday 1
Wlllnmetto Vnllcy,.... WedncMtay " "-,
8TKAMKIM, KKOM SAJT I'ltASCJSCO
u'!!!',luc!i .VnllPy Wednesday, Sept. 4
Inmctto Valley Frlifay 13
i!"mc!! X"!Io5 Saturday ' "1
itmotto Vn or u i .:. .. X.
his, win pnuj reserves tlio right to
v ft -" iiivt luuninioncc.
tt-Ti...,r?"n,Fr,R!!1VM'ntlnll
-.,.... ,i " .17 1'oiius can iiiiiko clovo
C.".1 ": !'' ..5 i . tho trains of tho
1 ' i r V' 1l u n: t Albany orCorvnllls
andlr destined to Han .mnclc, sho d
before date of ;alllnK: "" '"" l"'"8
i , .. Ki.. r'k "'"ijit lMlei Ann tho
wi,.ril1vll,n',!;""lllonl'I'ly to .Messrs,
lIl'liMAN ,t Co., Froleht nnd Ticket
or to "'' '""""'.r.
CO. IIOQUK, Ac't Oen'l Frt. A
1 ass. AkI., Oregon lcltlo It. It. Co.,
ii ,, r. ......... . Uorvnllls.Or
(1 II. HAHWKMj, Jr. Oen'l 1'rti &
l'nss. Agt. Oregon Development
Lo., o0l Montgomery st.i
San Francisco, Cal
I'lio Oregon rnclllu Hleiuiilimits on thu
lllatueltop river division leao l'ort
land, Miutli.tmuud, .Monday, Wednesday
and Friday ntUii. in,
jWTlVn 111 (iirvnlllu I'linail..,. 1l,...l...
and Saturday at sSp. m. ' "u,
'" iis nonn-oouiiii, .iionday,
ciliu'sdny and Friday ut Sa. in.
Arilnn1 lnrlloml 'ln.L.l.... ,pi......i
and Satin Uny hi SS ).. m. ' """
in .Mon.iny. weilnrsriny nnd Friday
hot i norlli i.ml sotitli-liiiiind IhiiiIh Uu over
ilght at Snlom, leaving llieioat (I a. in.
V. O. 110(1 UK,
'A. O. F. nnd V. Agent,
vniinn1 it
v.wmiiu IU UlllliUl 111(1
VTA ,
Soiitlifrii Pacific Company's Line.
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
Time IletMfon S.tlnn ami San Krauclsro.3
Ihlrlj-slx Hums.
liAMl'OKXlA KXI'HIXH T1IA1N HUN DAILY
Jii.iniviiMiiJHTl.AFil ANUS. T.
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TATI'orllatiil Ar. n0:l' aTin.
I.v. Hulcni l,v, 7:,Mu. in.
Ar. Km 1'iiin. I.v. 7:(Xln. 111.
"HouifiT
1.00 p. in.
H:llli.in.
7:15 a. in.
MlOAl, I'Assn.Niinu iiiain ( iiaii.y"Ex
l'l..l'l UIIVII1VI
:00 n. in.
IhlOn.iii
10 p.m.
I.v. Portland Ar. Riilo p. m.
I.v Halem I.v. l&TU p. in.
Ar. Kiigeno l,v. 1MX1 n. m
TOLLMAN IHIFl'liT SLEEI'iillS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
For neeominodiitioii ot mtoiiiI class
pashi'iigerrt nttaelied Inospross tntlns.
Thos. I', coniimuy'H terry makes con
iiirtion with All thu ieiilar iiaiiii on Hi
Ijit Siiio Division irom foolot 1 Htreo
I'ortlanil.
i-Ycsl Siilo Division, llclwccn Portland
, .mil Cervallis:
llAtl.V (KXCIilT SUNIIAY).
7:!BTi. ill. I I.v. I'drllaifd Ar.
l'J:i.p. in. Ar. Corvallis I.v.
"tnoTiTmr,
i:.j p. m.
At AT1Tiui aniTToiMiTIIrt connect wilt
trains or Oii'koii I'lielllu Itallroail.
Timing)! tlrlit'lHtn all jioIiiIh houIIi nud
I'liHlvlaCiilirornla
I, i i
KXIMimSTIIAIW (lAlirY""KXCl:iTSUMrAY'
III.
Ill,
7:fl) v. in. I I.v." l'o'rtraml Vrni)fi0u.
K.00p. in. I Ar.McMliiiivllloIjv. 6:15 a.
To all poluls
"OIJTII and KAST
V1A--
CaliforniA.
I'or lull inloriuatioii ritcaiiling rates
mail, etc, apply to the Company's ngciit
Milium, Oiwou.
i. I'. llOOlTltM, Asht.O. K.aiid I'ass.Ag't
It. KonilliKll,! Mauuicur,
Oregon Railway anil Navigation
COMPANY,
Columbia River Route'
Iraliisfoi'tlio miiit Kavo i'orllandat7:ia
uu anil 0;SO pm iImIIy, Tlu ttti in ami (mm
prluelpul iKiliiU In tilt Dill ti'it Hint w.C'a
ivlu and Kurupe,
rjcfrmil New Dining Otirs.
I'CLLMAN PALACE SLEIil'EIIS.
Fr Family Mlnrplng Cum run through
mi hxprma tmlim to oiiinliii, t'ounill
lllulhuml Kuiimi City wltlmui ctmnuu
UiuiiwthMKut l'ortlamt furtian FianrlM.
(KJIIIIll I'UgUt tMJIIIld MJ1JJ,
For lurtlier iwrttoularn uddriMi any
imi'iiioi tho oduipmu)' or
A. L, KAXWEll, (I. I'. .V 'J' A
O. J. SJI ITU, (Iti.'l itauugvr, i'nrtlaiid.
I'lrlila work viuirantU'il (ii
a mil and you will nut n-tfrct it.
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RiEMORY
DISCO V Kit V.
Only Omulne Stm of Mtmery Tfllninj.
four Boolii LfiJ la mw rtiJInj.
Mind wjuidartag cured.
vf child and adiilt greatly bwefllJ.
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ilauiujund. Ih world-unuiul r. uncial ut In
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