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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL, MONDAY, TEBRITAItY 27, 1893.
HON. Z. AVERY,
em rTMf UoitTCoNT(icTontt(o uit
MB III Hcwm.
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
011) Ilihd, Nib., April 6tn, IBM.
Dr. XlUi MtMeat Co., Elkhart, 2nd.
arnimni I bad been troubled with mcat
wm treated by able phyilclaiie and tried many
remedies, I grew steadily worce until was com.
PLtTf IV PHOiTflATtO AND COHt INtp TO MT CO
without mt More or eovY, wouia TII
verr bail sink . & m .inglpclU.wnen
my pull. TwiCU R E D01 be".?f
altogether,1'' and itwMwlth
the greatest difficulty that my circulation could
ek to cotiielouiTWM again. While In this ccridJ
tlon I trledyour Hew MtaiiT Cynr, nd W
to Improve from uie lint, oim now i ain "",".""
food day'a work for a man 6 ycariof age. I give
uaj Uviav foliar
w "."" .i-ir.i..i4
. 11 JlUTWr.lXIUIIUW"
hare alio used
eradlt for my recovery. It is over i:
there taken any, although I keen
.. Im mm f ikiHiM nMwl It. I
LB ON A POSITIVE OUARANTEK.
TRY DR. MILE8' PILLS, SO D0SE8 25 CTt
eold by D. J. Pry, ilniKKlnt, Balom
Kates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The beat hotel between Portland and Han
Kranelaoo. Klrst-cliun in all IU appointment,
lie table are aervod with the
Grown In the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
Bargains in Land.
II. W. Hmlth, potmlor ol UiwUvlllr), and
W. I. Murphy, iifHaleiu, Jmvo fur sale about
S.OOOacreaofgoodfuriiilng and stock land In
ihe I.uoklamutn country In I 'oik ominty.
'rice range from fl to J0 per iirni. All good
property, and on tho nmrkot for tun rlrst
lime. Groat bargains. Call ou or uddrrss
the above. dw 5-U-lf
jttiiidurioo 382 Court Ht.
J. T. MUTTON,
Sign and House Painter,
DKOOKATOII. KAI.HOMINICIt, AMI PA
Leave order! nt A. II, lluren tton'a furni
ture store or Hroat A Ulle, grocer.
THE CAl'ML J0UK1UL
PUBLISHED DAILY, KXCBPT BCJNDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
Poat Office Block .-Commercial Street.
HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors.
Oully, by cairier, per month,.
imiiy. oy man, er year,-..-Weekly,
8 page, per year.......
A new and complete treatment, consisting
of auppoaltorlea, ointment In cuunili, also
ri boa and pills; a ikmUIvu rure for externul,
nlerual, blind or bleeding, Itching, climulo,
recent or hereditary plica, unci niiuiy other
dlaeaaaa and female wcaiiieaaea, It U always
a great benefit to the genuril health. The
Aral dlacovery ot a medical cure rendering mi
operation Willi the kulla uiinecuary here.
Iter, TUI remedy hie never been known lo
tell, It per box, tt for Va aeutby mull, Why
urter ftom thle terrible disease when a writ
ten guarantee la given with tl Imxra, to refund
the money If not cured, hend amnio fur free
ample. Uuaranlen Umu'd by WlHimVAItl),
UUAUHK to.. wuoimAie unil leuil urug
glata. eoie ngeuta, lVirtluud, Or, llnxiaa
lata, eoie nueuta.
Ig agenta fijr Hulom, lfltl hu
Thoae who 1h o not uol their homeatead
rlghta will learn wmtethlugofluKreat by ml
dreaalng, without delay,
IU U. CONOVKlt,
JW-dw-tf Dayton, Or.
FRIENDS FOLYTfiCIINIG INSTITUTE.
Opened to Sludeult September 13, 1892.
Thla tnalltutlon oftere tbr.mot prucllral
fourae of atudy of auy eohool In theatale Mil
Mechanleal hugiueerlug, Ctvll Kiigtueerlng,
IKacirloal knglueerlug, Academlauud Uraui.
lu wKKlhq, uivchaulo ahop, and laborato-
, Tulltita and Hoard per Vear, 1180.
,im Itp4lal lnduoementa to a few young meu
v win hwh i4i nni tur tuair (Kwra auti I union
manag vacwuou. rurprvapeciueauilluritier
KDWIN MOItniBOK, M. 8
I'ntiiiU'iit, Hulom, Or.
fllVIXU THE NEW ULOOU A CHANCE.
In purHuIng bis Usk of running this
government Mr. Cleveland is reported
to be opposed to employing any of tbo
old hands who bad Jobs under bis form
er administration, or perchanco any
untf-dlluvian Democrats who may have
survived tbe flood of 1800.
Bo fur as Oregon is concerned there is
some ground for hlsdrawine the line
as It Is said he proposes. Ills cabinet
Is entirely new except that he has pro
tuoted bis court favorite Dan Lamout
to boa member of It.
But there Is sound sense in the new
pluu of tuklng new meu. Harrison
largely appointed men who had been
In oil) co ten, fifteen or twenty years be
fore the ilrst Cleveland interim. They
were mainly men wiio behoved the
party owed them n living, and they
mululy busied themselves neglecting
tho Interests of their party if they did
not turn squurely against him, In sup
porting new men President Cleveland
will not be showing Jack of respect to
tnoso under his former administration,
but will bo taking office-holders fresh
from the people, wiio will serve him
and tils party Inspired by a fresh sense
of tbo obligation conferred by an ap
pointment. If Tresldont Harrison had enlisted
mora of the new blood of tho country
as Cleveland oyldently proposes to do,
in place of wasting his spoils of ofllce
on tho worn out warhorses of fhe party,
he might have captured tho honor a
WHAT 18 A PLUTOCRAT?
"Who is a Plutocrat? What docs
tho word mean?" These are questions
addressed lo the Oregoulan by ono of its
readers. A plutocrat, lit the modern
meaning, Is ono who thinks the prop
erty mid business of a county should
hove some Influence or consideration
in its legislation and goverumout.
Tho opposite term is Ochlocracy,
which means government under the
direction of the multitude who have
neither property nor business Interests,
but want to live by preying on the in
dustry, business and property of a
What tho Oregonlan moans Is that
all who oppose Plutocracy oro a Mon
ocracy, which Is the othor word for
Ochlocracy. There Is n middle ground
between Plutocrots and Moboorats,
but It will nevor recogul.o that fact.
It lusistson having ono or tbe other.
It worships the former ami cIurhKU'b
us belonging to the latter all yho dlflor
with it In opinion.
What Is a Plutocrat?
The word Iiiih come to have a special
significance In American politics. A
Plutocrat Is considered to be ono who
employs tho machinery of our govern
ment, either state or national to ou
rich himself or his special class at the
expoiiHo of the people.
The Plutocrat demands legislation
and government to luorenHO the valtif
of his property, his business, hU mou
opoly, his securities, his money, hliri
self. JIu is lliu greatest foe ot self
government by the people. Ho Is tho
presence of tho insrsoual essence of
uiouarohy ami aristocracy in the re
public He seeks to Inlhienco all leg
islation and all government In behalf
of his own property and business, ami
T. B. Walt, G. H. Burnett, and W. M.
Ladd. Though twelve years have
elapsed since the above board was ap
pointed, there have been only two
changes in its membership, Messrs. J.
I. Thompson, and J. B. Stump holding
offlco Instead of Messrs. Strattou ana
Walt. For twelve years these gentle
men have served the state without re
ward or emolument. They have given
the Institution a clean and wholesome
management, and though they have
disbursed large amounts of state fuudB,
to their everlasting credit be it said
they have not enriched themselves one
cent, nor has the slightest shade of sus
picion ever been cast upon their spot
less integrity. But tbey havo felt that
the school has grown to such propor
tions that Its management involves a
great responsibility, aud demands
more time and attention than they can
well spare from their own business af
fairs. It is, therefore, at their own re
quest that the recont legislative assem
bly has released them from their ardu
ous labor of love, by placing the school
under the direct control of tbe paid
ofllcers of the state board of education.
Under the new management the school
Is likely to receive more adequate sup
port and an impetus to furtner devel
The retiring board of directors who
have governed the school so long aud
so well are public benefactors, to whom
the state Is under lasting obligations
for their gratuitous services, and whose
names will ever be honored by the
grateful deaf-mutes of this common
Corvallls Gazette: The Balem Jouit-
naIj has been remodeled and revivified
aud Is much Improved. Its business
columns, on tho face of them, would
Indicate tho Jouknal to bo a favorite
In tho capital city.
Hon. John G. Wright says he has
been the Innocent victim of a cane joke
InTitE Jouknal. He presented Rep
resentative Jeilreys of Corvallla.a gold
headed cane on account of their close
association together day and night dur
ing tho session in tbe work of the
ways and means commlttee.aud not for
scrvlco on the world's fair bill as stated.
John B. Eddy, Into reading clerk of
the senate, has beon elevated to tho
position of railroad commissioner. The
selection Is eminently correct. Espe
cially will it bo received with gratlilca-
tlon by the nowspapor fraternity in
whoso rauks Mr. Eddy has loug been
au able uu ellectlvo laborer. He has
held the position of reading clerk tho
post threo sessions of tho legislature
per force of pure adaptability and is a
whole-souled, genial, cheer begetting
gentleman on general principles. Cor
Dcafnoss Cannot Bo Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is liy constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by au lullamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
stachian tube, when this is lutlumed
you have a rumbling sound orluierfL-ct
hearing, aud when It isentirwly closed.
Deafness Is the result, aud unless tbe
lutlummatiou can be taken out and
this tube restored to Its normal condi
tion hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused bv en.
tarrh, which is nothing but au iuilamtd
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for auy case of Deafness (caused bv ca
tarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure, Bend for circulars; free.
F.J. CHUNKY & CO.,
fiSTSold by Druggists, 7Co.
r " otsaj
s.rm hl .
tMwl Mt4tX TmImm i,bW fr.
KUM,M WW.UWW V UmIm
.mm, ettlu. IwHimu a-wuu. w.
, a rt-M HM U lineally Mi if w
I Haa .
Ka IWI ffWc4 tHi P9etTlAN0 MNU
I ajlBt. M at.M
T1IK Kl'IKNUK OF THK AUT
Of advertising Is as yet but little under
stood. There Is probably more money
wasted by Ignorance on this subject
than in any other field.
Advertising may bo either for n gen
eral or direct purposo. If tho former
lino is followed only general facts
should b tiled, That is the rule In
professional or wholesale business.
Direct advertising Is where the mer
chaut, dealer or advertiser states prices
us au inducement to buyers, or enlUts
attention to his btuluees by an enuuier
atlon of what goods ho principally car
ries, or stating the tjreat variety or ex
teut of hU stock. Direct advertising t
always beat In auy retail tntde.
t- - -. ..-
TUB SALKM HlTK SCUUOL.
At the Inalltuto for the mute la about
to ima under the management of the
elate board of education It may bo of
lutereat as a matter of history to pr-
servo roiiowuig rrotu The Sign" or
The Urd of tllrvctors was given the
powr to till, by rv elwtluu or other
wW, all vucaucIm arising lu (ta mrm
brUlp, aud thus became practbwlly a
lf-lrpeUitlng board, fclthouch the
Uwivtiulrvilthrvoof the wembers to
goout ofoltlc vry tw ywrs. The
IweoHtielof tho Urd appointed lu
ItfiA aaiudJul nf Uum 1 ir All..
0, IU lkUlftfcW, W. llrwywaH, J. 0.'
TkoioM, H, FalllHg, J, A. sHrattoa,
Hawaiian Treaty Dead.
Washinown, Keb. iJ7. Tho Hawaii-
an treaty Is thought to be tlead for this
session. This Is reluctantly conceded
even by Its friends. The actlou of the
senate lu refusing to go Into executive
session, though the action doubtless
had some referenco to Hanchett's cir
cuit Judgo nomination, Is also accepted
as conclusive Indication that the treaty
would be shelved for the remainder of
tho session. The treaty matter can, of
course, bo taken up lu the extra session,
which will convene Immediately after
the present congress dies, but unless
some marked change occurs, there Is
believed to be no prospect of action
upou It during tho life or the present
administration, A possible knowledge
of Its disposition on the part of the seu
ato had some retlex lulluenceou the ar
tlou of tho house. There was to have
been a meeting or the ways and meatis
committee of the houe to consider the
reaotutlon, but It did not take place.
One Republican committeeman tald his
colleagues had united against tho reso
lution aud it would bo permitted to rail
to tho ground. Tho Democratic mem
beru or tho committee are still examin
ing tho ubcct, but It does not seem
likely tho resolution will bo pushed.
8t. Louis, Mo., Feb. 27.-In the
United States circuit court an import-
ant decision was rendered In tho case
of the Central Trust Company, of
New York, et al., versus the Wabash,
Bt. Louis & Pacific Railway Company ,
etal. It came before the court In the
shape of an intervening petition of
the Milwaukee &dt. Paul against the
receivership, to obtain possession of
certain profits which were accrued to
them in a combination or railroads
under contract. Judge Thayer decided
against tbe petitioners on their first
maintenance, holding that pooling con
tracts are void, because opposed to
public policy, and also against them on
their second because the partnership
issue revolved entirely about the ques
tlon or pooling.
Swinging Around the Circle
Of the diseases lo which It la Adapted with the
beat results, ifontctter'a btoraacU flitters, a
family medicine, comprehensive In Its scope,
ha never been turust upon public attentiou
in tbe guise of a universal panacea of bodily
llle. This claim, daily arroeated In the col
umns of the dlly press by the proprietors of
meaicines mr lur nor lo lias specinct, nag in
a thousand ln.Unces disgusted tbe public In
advance by Its absurdity, and the prospects of
oiner remedies or superior qualities nave
been handicapped by the pretentions of their
worthless predecefcsors. Hut the American
people know, because they have verified tbe
fact by the most trying tests, that the Hitters
possess tbe virtues ot a real specific la cases ol
malarial and liver disorder, constipation,
nervous, rheumatic, stomach and kidney
trouble. What It does It doestnoroui;h!y. and
mainly for this reason It is lndor.ed and rec
ommended by hosts of respectable medical
Wheat 58 J c per bushel.
Oata 3540c per bushel.
Potatoes o0C0q per bushel.
Flour $3.00 per bbl.
Bran (Sacked) f 18.00 per ton
Shorfs (Sacked) $20.00 per.tou.
Eggs 20c per dozen.
Chickens 8 to 10c per lb.
Chopped feed -(Backed) $20.00.
Ducks 12Jc per lb.
Geese 7c, per lb.
Turkeys 10c per lb.
Lard 12J15c perlb.
Butter 2530o per pound,
Beef 712Jc dressed,
Veal 10 to 12Jc, dressed.
Pork 7121c dressed .
Wool-1518o per lb.
Hops 1618jc per lb.
that yon can secure al
most immediate relief
from Indigestion, and
that uncomfortablo full
ness after meals, by sim
ply taking a dose of Sim
mons Liver Kegulator?
Somo people think that
because it is called Liver
Kegulator it has nothing
to do with Indigestion
and tho liko. It is tho
inaction of tho Liver that
causes Indigestion, and
that fullness; also Con
stipation, and thoso Bil
ious Headaches. Millions
havo beon mado to under
stand this and havo beon
cured from theso troublos
by Simmons Liver Eegu
lator a medicine unfail
ing and puroly vegetable.'
"It oironls mo pleasure, to add my tcstl,
mony to the great virtues of Hlmmons
Liver llegulator. I have had experience
with it, us occasion demnnded, for many
years, and regard It as tho greatest medi
cine of tho times. Ho good a niedlclae
deserves universal commendation.
On Meter System.
The Halem Light and Power Company at
great expense have equipped their Klectrlo
Ugbt plant with ibomual modern apparatus
and aruow able to otter the publlo i better
Arc and Incandescent Lighting,
Electric Motors for all our-
Healdencea can t wired for as many lights
ae desired and the consumera pay for only
auch lights as are used. I hla belua registered
by au Klectrlo Meter. office
179 Commercial Street,
Annual School Meeting.
NOTlCK la hereby gtven to the legal voters
of Hchool District No.Xt of Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, that the auuual acbool meeUug
tor aald district will be held at Heed's opera
house to beglu at the hour of 7:30 p. in. on the
?".on!irbln:.,Uo ethday if March, a!
U. IStt. This meellinr la callS for n ,,',:
poaeol nomlnaUng tare director to serve for
nve yeara. to hear the rennrta or th .iir.. .
ad clerk, to levy a tx (or school purpose and
authorising the director to borrow money on
u nirui w me aiaiuei ana tbe transaction
of other bualneas usual at auch lueellnxa.
TU.?, AL MooHsa, Chairman ot Uc
Sauk, Kebruary 31, ISsO.
mVI !.. m
auatsverk)talia, Tatyaram ,
Will tko ayviteptlc
tt Htary. nu4 rnaV
, SOU) XVIUtYWUKKi;
For Locating Mines.
Mio- ll5u,w "; 0d or 5tlvJ
IStlli .tuu UtBlr tbe
DR. H. SMITH, I
PBOFESSIONAIi AND nUBINESS CARDS.
P. II. B'ABCY. 0X0. 0. BINQUaM.
D'AROY & BINGHAM. Attorneys at uiw,
Booms 1, 2 and 8, D'Arcy Building, 141
tjuue street, special aiimiou k'cu "
ness In the supreme and circuit courts of the
gtate. 2 "
I. BOISE. Attornty at law, Balem, Ore
con. Olllco Iffl Commercial street.
rrUIjMON FORD, Attorney at law, Balem,
JL Oregon. Ulllce up stairs In Patton block
V. CONN, Attorney at law, room 7, Mur
, pby block.
J. BIGUKK, Attomey at law,Salem, Ore
gon. Ulllce over Bush's bank.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company,
CALIFORNIA EXPRESS TRAIN RTJN DAILY
BETWEKN POBTXAND AND 8. T.
7:0C p. m.
9:18 p. m.
. Attorneys at law. Office over Capital
national bank, Balem, Oregon.
Mrs. Isaiah Emerton
Ol Manchester, N. n.
After the Crip
Hood's Sarsaparllla Restored
Health and Strength
" Last winter I had tho Grip and was quite
sick. After I began to get better, being
weak and run down, I concluded to try
Hood's Sarsaparilla, seeing It recommended
so highly. I must say that I was more than
pleased with It. I recovered my health com
pletely In a short time and think
I Am In Better Health
than before I was sick. I feel sure, that this
is due to Hood's Sarsaparilla. In the pack
ago of Sarsaparilla v, hen I opened It I found
a sample box of Hood's Pills. I was sur
prised and delighted to find how well they
agreed with me.no griping and no weaken
ing. 1 ha o tried other kinds of pills, but
have tha preference every time now. I think
they arr- jiist wonderful. I am glad to recom
mend two luch good preparations as Hood's
Sirsapr.1 ilH and Hood's Pills." Mrs. Isaiah
E.mek&o , East Manchester, N. II.
HOOD'C PILL8 are tho best arter-dlnner
PlUs, ai'ls til ;estlo, prevent constipation.
ST. HICHAHDSON, Attorney at law. Of
, flee up stairs In front rooms ol new Bush
block, corner Commercial and Court streets,
JOHN A. OARdON, Attorney at law, rooms
i) and i, Bush bank building, Balem, Or,
B. '. BONHAM. W. H. HOLMES.
BON HAM & HOLMES, Attorneys at law.
Offlco In Bush block, between State and
court, on Commercial street.
ME. POeUE, Btenographer and Tjpe
, writest. Best equipped typewriting of
nee out one in Oregon, over Bush's bank,
PvK. A. B. OILL1S, specialist in diseases of
XS me eye, ear, nose ana inroat, uoom lu
iiusn Dani Duuaing, caiem.
TH Uf M MUTT Ul.n.l.Un n n A U.
XJ Office In Eldrldge block, Balem, Oregon.
uiuce nours iu 10 ix a. m. ana i to l. p m.
Lv. Portland Ar. 7:35 a "S
Ar. 8an Fran. Lv. 70 5:2
Above trains Btop only nt lollowlne sTi
tlons north of Hoscburg, East PortlanS
BOSIBUKQ MALI, DAILY,
8:3) a. 111.
11:17 a. m
5:50 p. m.
Lv. Portland Ar. I 4:80 p. m.
Lv. Balem l,v. 1:40 p. m.
Ar. Hoseburg Lv. 7:00 o. nj
Albany Local, Dally Kxcept Sunday,
S.UU p. m. I Lv.
Tjsi p.m. us:
9K10 p.m. I Ar.
;oo tt. m
Dining nrs on Ogdcn Koute
POLLMAN BDFFET SLEEPERS
DR. T. C. BMITH, Dentist, 2 State Btreet,
Salem, Oregon. Finished dental opera
tions of every description. Painless opera,
tlons a specialty.
WD.PUOU, Architect, plans, speclUcu
. tlons and superintendence for ah
classes of buildings, office 290 Commercial
Btreet, up stairs.
Smith Premier Typewriter,
A. ROBERT, Architect, room 424, Mar
quam building, Portland, Oregon.
DW.T0WN8END, Civil Engineer a Bur
. veyor. Office with Oregon Land Co.,
PJ.LARSEN 4 CO., Manufacture of all
. klndsof vehicles. Repairing a specialty.
bnop u atate street.
PKOTE01ION LODGE NO. 2 A. O. U. Vv
MeeU In their hall In Btate Insurance
building, every Wednesday evening.
, . AW. DENNIS, M. W.
J. A. 8EL WOOD, Recorder.
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached to all through trains.
tVest Side DivisioD, Between Portland
KAILV (EXCEPT SUNDAY).
7:30 h. m. Lv. Portland SE
lialO p. m. Ar. (orvalllg Lv.
12:56 p. m.
At Albany and Corvnllls connect wltn
trains of Oregon i'ueido Kallroad.
BXFKESa TRAIN (DAILY EXCEPT SUNQAY
4:40 p. m. I Lv. Portland Ar. I 8:20 a. m
7:25 p.m. Ar.McMlnnvllleLv. G:45a. m
To all points in tho Uasteni Btatea, Cana
da and Europe can be obtained at lowest
rates lrom W. V. bKlNNKlt,
E.P. ROGERS. ABst. G. K. and pass. Ag'l
K, KOEHLElt, Manacer.
8old on easy payments. Rented.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H.N. BURPEE, Gen'l Agent, 101 Third St.,
Portland. Send for catalogue.
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A- M.
II U 7.on n t
;ou r. mi
1 DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
PULLMAN and TOURIST SLEEPERS
FREE RECLINIMG CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
'r rates and general information call on
W. H. HURLBURT, Asst. G. P. A.
iM Washington BU,
Mexican fc Soldiers
Increase of Pensions!
Under Act ot January 5, 1KB, are entitled
to Increase. Apply to
Room 11, Gray's Block, Ualm Attorney,
Liberty St. Balem. Ore. wim
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTION BUREAU
SALEM, .... Oragon
Office removed to 214 Commercial at.
Rates reasonable. Publlo and private work
dane. C.B.CLEMENT, Manager.
From Terminal or Interior Points the
Opens Monday. September 19th, at Kinder-
. .vu unu, vioaiio upera nouse.
Children received at three years of age and
S7.efU.A C0D.n.ell5E clas3 wl" b established
w?ianced K'noergarten pupils and those
beginning primary work. Only the best
Kindergarten methods employed. Prane's
system of drawing and color work Tlntro"
ATS?,ac.re80f?0O,l garden land near Salem.
Apply at once to Hofer Bros, Journal Office.
Stflinor & Blossser,
130 8TATE BTREET.
Creamery and Dairy Supplies,
Steel Ranges, Parlor Heaters
in all styles a specialty.
CLOTHES WR1NCEKS AND WASIIEKS
SThe best on eaith. Give
us a call. e
B. K. HALL,
Paper Hanger and n
sSSZol" "' MUllonery .tor,'.
1b the line to take
To all Points East and South.
It is the dining car route. It runs turoug b
vestibule trains, every day in tho year to
ST. PADL AND CHICAGO
(No change of cars.)
Compesed of dining cars unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleonera
lot latest equipment
Best that can be constructed und In which
jrpflmiyintliillniiD n .... ,...,. . ... ....
7 c; r """""" uuiu ires nnu iui
nlshed for holders of nrst and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHE8.
Acontlnuots line connertlnc with nil
lines, aftordlng dlreo.r. ard Stemlpted
Pullman sic epn- rpRr7aiions can be se
Seroad" 8dvtnoe "! any agent of
ixT..1! i. , 'i' "UU """i nu points
l?,;merlSa,.i:ngIuntI ana" Kuiopo can be
pkny "ny l omce o1 tul com-
Kull Infnrmatfnn nnAA.i a ..
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m mt IfSS?1 Meneer Agent' Wo.
lndorUor4' 0r' Washlngumjpert:
8HAW & DOWNING, AKents
THE YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
rom Portland 'and aft points in the Wll
'""IJwito and irSm Han "CcS"
Iflva A l.nKn.
Leave Corvallls "
- - 1:00 PM
. lrKtr, a nf
11:10 A M
torVaUls': tralnS connect at Albany and
Kran?is?o. 8betweeu ""ulna and Ba
Wlllamettfi vViKiV-, . unmna ana au
connection w!?E '." cau ,uoke c,os
XAQUINAUOUTP,UA,.tralns of tbe
and If desUPrt Zb? A"any or Corvallls
arrange to rt viS,3?.11 Ffancisco, should
beforeBdate ofrtEaljan-.YaqU,na the evenlne
Uwm'nor"forrni?r.hJi Ka,?l' A,i8
HULMAN rv?"?.11 PPly " Messrs'
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PACIFIC LAND AND ORCHARD CO
FOR TOWN TArnc. .
Zlwlfr m TRACTS AND FARMS.
IVrdoien for then neat flnisbed
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1S CommerclaJ street,
T. J. Kit ESS.
rw .w nw '"iishtnrr,
BRA VINO PARLORS
Carpenter and Builder,
Shop 85 Ma,...
O GENTS A DAY,
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Take It I
IK t IUK0S
J. L. BENNETT 4 SON.
Fruit and Cigars,
P. O. Blook.
K T. IIUMPIIKEYS,
Clgara and Tobacco.
-43 Oom'i Strat.
T- W. THORNBURG,
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