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tott 0 MleekvOotflaierclal ftlrwt.
HOf CR BROTHERS,
iVftMjr, bf trier, per mnnlh-..
rVt4lr.br mnll, per jenr........
A ROAD KICK.
El). JotJKNAI.. I wloh to call Hjo at
tUou of the powers tliatbe, to tkjs
dMretM condition of the crowing
wkere the Cuemawu road readies the
malii road at tbe Klzjr uctiool houw.
The tnau who worked the main road
yMeatly labored under the delusion
that tbre wohW uaver be any more
travel on that road from thin direction,
iw be dug out a trench about 2J feot
deep and lift It In (bat way Until the
present time, anil as a matter of 'course,
It' ba not growu auy better eluce.
But It bae ot wunte and u deep mud
bote l at' the bottom of that trench and
It ibl getting uo belter fast. A few
week eince one of the Indian school
driven was pitched oil' on Ills head
tbere. Then Mm. 1'ugb wiw almoai
washed, and today I wrecked my wa
gon In the mttno plaee, although almost
without a load aud.tho careful lest driv
ing. Tblt. seems to be a common habit of
our road eupervloorrf, to dig a deep
treach at each side of the road at all
Intersections of other roads and then
leave them open for mouths or year,
It seems to mo tho county court could
not do citizens of this county a bolter
ervioe than to hire a good, big, able
bodied person to travel around over the
eountry,not In a buggy for ouly a buck
.board is safe,) and thoroughly and ef
fectually kick each and every road
Mipervlsor that docs not fix up the
Greetings the same day he tears them
up. And for which yours truly will
eyer pray. l'
Brooks, Or., April 1-1.
The 4th term opened very favorably,
Several new Btudents entered at the
beginning of tbls term.
Prof. Hawley went to Albany Satur
day to speak on Hunday.
Mies A, V. Alderson recited tho "llur
Ul of Moses," at clpel,Tueaday.
School wna dismissed on Friday, Ar
bor day being a legal holiday.
The College Y. V. 0. A. served tea
to the 0, Y. M. V. A. and faoulty Mon
day from 6 to 7 p. m.
W. P. Matthews a former student,
Rev. 0. R. Kellerman, and Itov. J. II.
Itoork were at chapel Monday to hear
Rev. Danlol Dorchester, D, D., tho
government Inspector of Indian school b,
made a most excellent address to the
students, Monday at 12 in.
V. E. Brown, president of tho C. Y.
M. 0. A. reported a most excellent and
enthusiast lo convention at Albany.
Tbe first Y. M. 0. A. buUdlug of Ore
goa Is there, and is a substantial brluk,
Dr. D. Paytou who recently died at
Stockton, (.'al., and was burled hero
Vedaesday, was for some years an efll-
ekst dean of tho medical school of
Willamette University when It was
leeated at Balem.
Tbe entertainment nt tho opera house
en Wednesday evening was very excel
lent. The special numbers were all
well rendered, l'rof. Bettmau la a su
perior artist In his line. Tho program
reflects credit on our conservatory.
Tbe College Y. M. a A. Installed J.
W. Reynolds, correspoudlug secretary;
J. A. Cofley, recording secretary; A.
W. Preecott, treasurer; Prof. W. B.
Hawley, vice-president; P, 13. Brown,
president; to nerve for oue year. Tho
nsaoelatlon s eflluleut and doing noble
OaUrrli Cannot be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATION as
Uwy eanuot reach the seat of the
dlesase. Catarrh Is a blood or coustltu-
Uosal d lease, and In order to euro It
y mat take Internal remedies. Halls
Catarrh cure is taken Internally, nuu
eta dlreetly on the wood and mucous
urfaees. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a
Hok medletue. It was preacrlbiHl by
') of Uiq beat phyileaualii this country
- for years, and (a a regular prcrlptlon.
It liawupueedof the best tonics known,
aomUiMd with the best Wood purlllers,
ftlng dlreetly on the uiucoui surfaces.
Tm perfect ewublnatlon of the two lu-
gedluU Is what roduoen such won-
Jarful results In curing catarrh. Heml
ftr ttaUwotitaJ. free,
r. J. Chunky Co., Props., Toledo, O.
BeM by druggists, price 74a
mt SJSi MiSif MMd tUU.
atokaee ef H Vxw, Hoaua aai
Km, m iWNf tufj-.
1 1 M ii i ni s -- msAAsWsi ski MnisVr'i
Bw VV WBBB fVRfflww arWwej pg cwsiwsjvj
tie Pe eWWVKi tr?W tH
. Ta. fk Msissiai aAfM knaisLLl BA SaaalsfiA
A SOUTHWESTERN fOSTMASTER.
A Oovemmontnl Oftlfliil Wlm Failed to
Turti In If U lUfftiliir Kepiirt.
Bomo years ngo tho iKwtofllco at
Gallup, N, M., patd the Inotiinltt-nt
$1,000, "Htcallngrt out.' Tiiocmvwna
were chiclly minora and ga'fnulcm ,
Cflptain Bwnn wun a pioneer in tho
territory. Ho know ovorybody mid
was recommcsiided by tho governor
of tho furrilr-y, till of tho ox-gov-
onior, tho rnllwny ofiiutam and otner
influential men. Uo hnd lottors from
thomartyn-d Pix-wldont Lincoln toati
f ylng to tho writer's f riendHliip and nd
miration for Bwnn. Nnturnlly Bwnn
vfanppointed postmaBtor, Ho did ex
cellently ho far n taking in cash (pr
ntamps and money ordera went, but
bo failwl to innko rejWri of tho fla
cal oporaJonB of his ftlco. In due
time an ' inspector was ncnt to visit
Tlw, inspector reached Gallup at
1) a. m. ono raw nndrninyjnoraing.
The only visihlo light eamoV from n
small framo building near tho depot,
to which ho hastened to get warm.
It was the village barroom. Threo
men were snoring on tho bar, and
there were several other very groggy
customers playing faro. Tho most
disreputable looking was an old man
with n greasy slouch hat, a bluo flan
nol shirt, n big pistol in his belt and
a very "bod'" look. Ho was gam
bling stupidly and losing fast This
was Captain Swan, tho postmaster,
A fow hours later tho inspector
called at tho postofflco, which occu
pied tho poorest framo building in
tho town. Captain Swan sat on a
packing box near tho front door,
lookiug out at tho beauties of nature,
while a clerk was tying up tho lot
tors for him. On hearing his visit
or'B errand tho postmustor said:
"So you are a postofflco inspoo
tor. Well, you'll find thoro ain't
uothin wrong with this oflleo not
Hinco I had it. Can't say much for
it before that"
Tho inspector hinted that hlsoo
rouuts wore a littlo ovorduo, and
Swan replied :
"Yes. that's right Say, Jimmy,
how about them monoy ordor bills?
They beon paid yot?"
"Oh, uo, captain," said tho clork,
"You romombor I'vo beon trying a
long time to got you to fix them up."
"Yob. that's so, Jimmy." Then he
addod, turning to tho inspector,
"You boo, I'vo beon bo busy."
Tho postmaster assented to tho in
spector's proposition to look.ovor tbe
books. Thoy nmountod to nothing
morotlmn a small passbook which
contained a fow entries of stamps,
whisky accounts, paid and unpaid,
monoy paid on a bouso that Swan
was building and various other pri
vate memorandums. It took n wook
to approximate affairs and to find out
that ho owod tho govornmont over
f2,()00. A gambler who was on bis
Imnd rmtd nvor tho full amount on
demand, and tho captain got a brief
term in jail. uor. uosion xran
A nugui'kiluu J'ur Ulimer I'nrtlet,
A correspondent mentions a Bos
ton lady of his acquaintance who has
bad a breakfast sorvico of cups, sau
core and plates .prepared for her largo
family, on which woro given from
photographs tho llkonossoa of tho
nioinbors, bo that a butlor could prop
erly plaeo tho china to bo used. Ho
Buggests that at any memorable, din
ner party tho hahio complimentary
process might bo arranged for oaeii
expected guest In lieu of dinner
of tho preivnt ner(loti. I Is for lU
ache, Cenatlpatlaa mi ViUs, (hat
hare becow so feweBS. They act
iivodlly and kvhiIjt on tMrtltfvStlve
erauH. alvlK lhM tuusamt vlaarts
Oflcc, 110 to Ui WaklKta tH. N. Y.
UttHtos fontlr f ln oWUwo. iy ob
rm4y ( Oouh. l nd Croup ot
irup. nujirt ?-4Uwrtir
.ri u. ' w UA Cr.
4 Mr BlMal lt. Sdl4Trrhr
untbtMialMiMi r4k b ut rr n.
Bold by Batkrtt A VanHlye.
II. W'fwlth, utatttrot lwUvl!K unrt
W. I', Muri'liy, iu MlMti, hv fr Ml muI
I,WW ii gt-Hl sriln4uiihk: I ml In
lit lAwkUwul rtunlrjr lu fulk u4y
rriM Mbiio tram M lu CM r ara. All fct
iy, ra cm im tusrsei ir ia mn
uihm BargsiiH, uui w ar 'i
HH. Juftl luv v m saytMar ol
DrsiiBiisia is tne Dane
laaj " tn
Bargains in Land.
How lb Met
" ' 1 !
Owing (o the "hard limes" tho Dfs.
Barrla have reduced their charges fo
1M (ban half their former prices for
tills mouth only, so an, to accommodate
many of tho afflicted who were Unable
to meet their terms lu the past, and
also for the benefit of others who have
hesitated to apply to them.
There is no reason why the rich or
the poor should suffer for the want of
professional services at the hands of
these skillful physicians. Their testi
monials heretofore published speak
volumes of their wonderful ability In
Tho Brs. will treat tbo poor free ex
cept medicines from 0 to 10 a. m.
dnlly and those who are able to pay,
will receive mnllcnl or electrical treat
ment at $5 a month for each disease or
In that proportion as the cases may
need, surgical uud special diseases ex
cepted. Consultation free. No cases
taken If nol deemed curable or Im
provable. Ofllcc hours from 10 to 6 dally; even
Inge, 7 to 8) Sundays 10 to 12. All cur
able chronic, acute and private diseases,
catarrh and deafness are confidentially
and successfully treated. Circulars
and question list rent free. Most cases
cuu receive home treatment after a
visit to the doctor's office.
Ors. office 310 Commercial street,
Balem, Or., room 11.
Before Going to tho "World's Fair
The Limited Express irulnsof the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway
between tit. Paul and Chicago and
Omuhii and Chicago.
These trains ure veatlbuled. electric
lighted uud steam heated, with the fin
est Bluing and Bleeping Car Service In
The Electric reading light in each
berth is the successful novelty of th a
progressive age, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular putrous of this line.
We wioh others to know Its merits, as
tbe Chicago Milwaukee &, St. Paul Bail
way IS tho ouly line in the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. CASKV.Trav.Pass. Agt
gl Stark St., Portend, Or. tf
Of Standard Books By the
A FEEE BOOK COUPON WORTH FIVE CENTS
GIVEN TO OUE READERS EACH SATURDAY.
jCVltcad Directions on Coupon Carefully.
A book coupon Is printed in the Daily Jouknal every Saturday, which is
numbered dlflVrently every week. Buve 5 of these coupons having dtilerent
numbers, and Bend them, witli 6 cents to pay postage, etc, to the Journal of
fice, aud your oh rice of the following books will bo sent you. It is best to make
1st, "(I aud 3d choice, so iu caso wo urn
These books are tho bt 25 cent
theso days of cheap books. Call and see
know they will please you. Bv simply cutting out tbe coupon in each Satur
nay's Journal and eucloslng 6 eeuU to pay poHtage and package we give you
each month free what would cost during the year from $2.60 to 13.00, at any
book store or noWB stand.
Artlle Tif, by K. du llolsgobey.
Hart to Heal.
Cnnn of Reuben JIalKchl.
A KijrUl n,ra Fortune.
Tlio Un apan AfTatr.
A Womau b Bacrlfloe.
A Hark Deed; A Tale u( the Feaaaut'i
A Ilntite laly.
The Gray and the 111 us.
'I lie Detect ve a Ky e, and Cecil's Fortune
A Htycl eckUc.
Drath or Dishonor.
The Oue Thin; Needful.
The Kvll lnln.
Kedora; or, The Tragedy In thsltuede
1 Ifeof Henry Ward Ueeeher.
Allan Quarternia n.,
Ouly a Kitrmrr's Dailghter.
A Coirtme trial rrlp,
A Mmtsrn circ.
A I'urllnn lAtitt.
As In a Iiooklns OIm.
Kor Her Dally llr.d.
A Lueky Young; Woman,
A IV amity How.
Dr.Jekyllaml Mr. Hyde.
Teiara ltevenie; or, North aialnst
A lUtou fb a llearU
Marrlaseaud Dlv it.
AUrva, the (ly(y II ride,
Th Or at llNvr,
A l'rtnrof th lllood,
Aimolma; or, In Hplts of All.
Th8torr of Antony Orae.
A Klurry la Diamond.
The laancer treat Heetlaad Yard.
Th Wrni Road,
Napoleon and Marts Louli.
Old lilwar's Hem.
ThaVlttter of a Hansom rvtb.
io nciror unue,
Ladr HuHntiV Want.
71 Mr. VMHi' Will
Tt Hr. niHBl, lujbter.
74 Jf, A K.nvarkab't Ous.
Tt f.)rticur Pd.
77 Val rlt"
8f ttlrr UW
St ThapttrriAraa Afr VsrJt.
St UfHiar lthH. ,
JOUMNAIj, SATURDAY, APEIL 15, ItiiHi.
Ibbk fat taBaV
M ClaS to hltk
Salt Rheum Completely Cured by
Tho following frank statement comes
from Mr. William Fox, a painter for
the Williams Slate Mantel Works, Fair
tfaven, Vt. :
" I used to read testimonials with doubt
But since I gave Mood's Sarsaparilla to my
llltlo girl, Kitty, some four years ago, and It
Ait so much tor her, I believe that they are
all gcaalae, kaaeaf, and record verltablo
cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Kitty vras
three years old when a skin disease, ecjema,
appeared, on her face. It would Itch so badly
tbe little child would
Scratch till It Bled
Wo had seven or eight doctors, without tho
least shadow of benefit. One day a neighbor
who had used Hood's Sarsaparilla suggested
that we try it When Kitty had taken haU" a
bottle she was better, and when she had
taken a bottle and a half, sho was perfectly
cured and thero has been
No Sign of Salt Rheum
For almost four years, ner skin Is now as
fair and clear as any child's in the town, I
havs used. IJood's Sarsaparilla also myself
Unrt like It very much. I recommend It to
my friends every chance I get"
N. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
Hood's PUls are tbe twit af tar-dlnnar nils,
asaUt dlgMtloa, cor hcadaeat,
out of tbe first we can send you thesecond
book printed and that means a sreat deal
them, or send your order by mall. We
f!7 RnleUh Rivers.
8.4 Jack Dudley's Wlfa.
9 The Mnddoxea.
W A Urn U de
19 Th" tiutwn's Token.
W ThelAilIra Uallery.
01 Tbe KnilUbmao ot the Rue Cain.
l I Matrltge a rallureT
97 The Reproach of Aunealey.
9 Three Year.
v err: i uo imMune iMay.
The Olrl from Malta.
Tho Ten's otShein.
A Crooked lath.
vuht Anght Atone.
The UolKoihaoftbe Henrt.
Dr. Wilbur's Note Book.
Hb.rn; or, Th case of Dr. I'lemen,
Mrs Annie Oreen.
Kor 1, .voofller.
Al nn' Wtr.
Ladv aancartyior. Wedded and Wooed
The Halvatlon Arny,
The Itanvw Jewel.
Hay -e Home.
Kyoliitlnn of "I). dil."
I ooklne Further rorward.
Krom IXirknMa to Light.
Etn Hllck in die Zukunlt; German Iran.
Ut!onol"lxklDi Kurt b-r Forward."
tnrl-Hi of the Rae llall Kleld.
A Kellowol Trinity.
Time Men in Hoat.
The I'hantoru 'ltlckbaw.
The Marrlaae at nra.
TtlA llllr.v.ttV. Tm.miim
iu maca neauiy.
141 The Marrlago of Oabrlelle.
III t'nni-t-nre Wntr' Choice,
149 The IJcht that Kalled.
,t MHriiKn luriiovv.
We Willi. Winkle,
An Mrat Kanatle.
An Amrrlotn Cllrt In Lond n.
UpT-tiraplu Klver. '
My i adr Nleotlae.
A Utllw KU4.
Wbat's Hied In the Has.
Hints lor ths MUMoas.
IHana of the Grxaewai
A Matter of data,
A Hey-'fier'a Roraanea.
ITS A IViiulilwui
1TI fk. u ,w n,u.
IM Mr.iBil Mh a.wr
J?? !" A 4rtSHM-k.
U4Uw - s'---'
NEW MILLINERY STORE
orEHA 110U8K 11L0CK,
108 COURT BT.
Mrs, B, F- Har,ngan,
T. J. KKESH.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 20tu and ChemekeU Street
Best facilities In the city,
A.M.CU)UGH. - HfiHtnteSt
Money to Loan,
ljana will be made on Improved city or
torm property by the
LOMBARD INVESTMEINT CO.
Kor terms, etc., apply to
JOHN A. CARBON,
Attorney at law, over Bush's 1'ank, Salem, Or.
"MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Real Estate, In amounts and
time to suit. No delay In considering loans.
FEAR & FORD,
Room 12. Bush Bank block. 5 12dw
Authorised Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
W. A. CIIH1CK, Pres. W. W. MARTIN, Vice
Pres. J. H. ALUKiir, uanier.
Bttto, County and City Warrants bought
at l'ar. dw
WILLIAMS & ENGLAND
CAPITAL STOCK, all Subscribed, 1200,000
Transact a general banking business
In all Its branches.
GEO. WILLIAMS ...President
WM. ENGLAND.-, ,,-Vloe President
HUQU. MONAHY Cashier.
DIRECTORS: Geo. Williams, Wm. Ens
land.Dr. I. A. Richardson, J. W. Hodson. J.
Bank In new Exchange block on Commer
nlal atrwU K:1WI
Proprietor of the
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial 8U, Salem.
AH kinds Fresh, oslt and Smoked Meatfi
Tbe only genuine Wienerwurst In tbe city.
Besideuce 382 Court St.
J. T. MUTTON,
Sign and House Painter,
DECORATOR, K VLSOMINKR, AND PA
Leave orders at A. H. Buren a Eton's furni
ture store or Broat .t Glle, groi'ers.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Leaveorders at Cottle-Parkhurst block.room
IS, Ba'em, Oregon.
STATE STREET DRUG STORE!
New Cosmetics. Pcrlumes, and Face Bleaches
Lloyd's Aseps'n Soaps. Mrs. Harrison's
BROOKS & JLEGG, Salem.
Anm IT I r.V nt A aMa.1. ... ..
...... -"m w..mf.R . m.cvtrj ion
day, eiluesday and Batutday.
trom the Central dock nt foot ot Wa.hlxeton
street every Tuesrjoy, Thursday andhuuday.
tXineerulnB freltthl and i.cnirrr bu-.inei4
call on the aent. AL 1IERREN.
Smith Premier Typewriter.
o. on easy omenta. For Rent.
W.I.STAUY, Agent, S4!em.
H.X,BUUPKE,OenM,tnt, 101 Third Bt,
lortlaad. Send for ratalogne.
The House Mover.
41 MhIh Street.
Mkaa)saUat.OneBVun ,l ' ..
J. E. MUltPJIY.
Tile for Sale,
Brick and Tile Yard,
ADAMS dt DAMON,
102 State Strt.
OI VE US A Till At.
Morlcj & WInstitulpy
Carpenters and Builders,
Blop Co Bute street
Store Fittings aSpodalty
208 Commerolal fctreet.
Good meats. Prompt delivery.
Only 2 cents a day delivered at
JOAN C, MARTIN,
State Street, - -
PROFKSSIONAL AND BU8INES3 CARDS.
P. II. D'AKCY. QEO.G.BIltailAM.
D'ARCY A BINGHAM, Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 1, 2 and S, D'Arcy Building. 141
Butte Hreet. Bpeclal attention given to busi
ness lu the supreme and circuit courts of the
RP, BOISE. Attornty at law, Balem, Ore
, gon. OlBce 274 Commercial street.
1ULMON KURD, Attorney at law, Balem,
Oregon, ofllce up stairs In Fatten block
F. CONN, Attorney at law, room 7, Mur
HJ. BiGQKR, Attorney at law,8alem,0re
, gon. Office over Hush's bank.
. Attorney s Ht law. Office over Capital
.National bank, Balem, Oregon.
(J T. RICUAHDdUN, Attorney at law Of
O. Ice upsiuirH In front rojms ol new Bush
block, corner Commercial and Court streets,
OHN A. CARBON, Attorney at law, rooms
I and A, Bush bank bulldlug, Balem, Or.
II. r. BO SUA M. W. U. HOLMES.
nONHAM i HOLMES, Attorneys at law.
Jj OlllcelnBush blocs:, between Btateand
court, on Commercial street.
Tl T K. POOUE. Htenoeranher and Two
fi&atw?ninlpvJffiuMJDInliig urs ou Ogileu Kouto
i'l ELLA SHERMAN. Typewriting and
commercial stenography, rnom 11, Gray
lock, flrst-clfttg work. Rates reasonable.
rvlt. A. B. UILL13, specialist In dlscat.es of
if tbe eye, ear, noeand throat, Itoom 10
Bush bank buildliig, -ulcm
DR.T C HMirU, Dentlxt. W 8tate street,
Blem, Oregon. Finished dental opera
tions or every description. Painless opera
tions a specialty.
T U. PUUri, Architect, plans, ipcolflca-
II. iiuus nuu superiuieniience ior an
clashes ol buildings
Office 290 Commercial
street, up stairs,
A, ROBERT. Architect, room 421, Mar
nuatu building, Portland, Oregon.
P. J. LARSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Repairing a Speolalty.
tf nop 45 State street.
PROTECTION LODGE NO. 2 A.O.U. W.
Meets In their hall In State insurance
building, every Wednesday evening.
A. W. DENMd, M. W.
j. it oeju vt wx, iieuoraer.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTION BUREAU
SALBM, ... Oregon,
Ofllce removed to 211 Commercial tit.
Rates reasonable. Public and private work
done. C. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
J. H. HAAS,
2I5X Commerclil St., . Sllem, Orifon,
(Next door to Klein's.)
Specialty ol Spectacles, and repairing Clocks.
Watcbe and Jewelry.
(Northern Pacific R. R, Co., Lessee.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Daily.
5.TJEml!.?.l.'.nn-l :am 4:15pm
.Son I -n ,V"?i-a . H2H5 ?J9p
' rA-blandVa 'iSES SSSS
tf'anil..thlcigo.. 5.47pml0 45pm
toTalii'nlI?a,n.,?FEafe checked through
imILKI? 'n the United States and Canada
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A M.
' 7-sn p u
1 DAYS Tr
7 Hours 0llrlarn Pi r i
- .-ui wuiwer to Omaha and
PULLMAN vi TOURIST SLEEPERS
"EE RECLINIMG CHAIR
NW. DINING CARS
jffl t LylE SVR
J, L. BENNETT & SON.
Frnit and Cigars,
P. O. Bloolc
It. T. llUHPlIltEYS,
Clfxsursj and Tobacco.
348 Oom'l Streat.
T. W. THORNBURG,
Remodels, re-covers and repnlrs
class work. Cbemeketa street.
Balem.. Btau insurance block,
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific! Company.
CALirOHHIA EXPRESS TRAIN RUN DAILT la.
TWEtN PORTLAND ANl 8. F.
IMC p. m.
9:18 p. m.
Ar. j 7:jou. m
Lv. 5:2tf a. m
Lv. I 70 p. m
Above trains stop out) ul lohomug rivtitms
north of Roseburg, East Portland Oregon City,
Woodburn, rialem, Albany Tangent, rfheddi,
Hnlsey. Harrlsburj, Junctlonulty, Irving ana
KIWKHUUU MAI.l, HAIl.t
B.BU a. m. I lv.
11:17 a. m I Lv
5:G0 p. m. f Ar.
AX. I 11 1 ,jt iu,
Lv. I 1:10 i. ru.
Lv. I 7.-00 a. m
Albany Local, lJillly bxc)il niiuiinv.
6.00 p. m.
7:34 u. m.
b:SU n. ni.
POLLMAN BDFFffl SLEEPE11S
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached to all through trains.
Ycst Side Division, -Between Portland
PAILY" (BJCCEPT arjNDAV).
t.m a. in. I
12:10 p. m. I
V2-M p. m.
At Albany and Corvallis connect witn
trains of OrPeon Pacific Rallrond.
HHKU ihkUN Illill,) ( KKI'Mi
-i:40 p. m.
7:25 p. m.
KM a. m
S:4S . m
To all polnta In the Kattru States. Canada
and Europe can be obtained ul lowest ixtes
Irom W. W. bKINNUlt, Agent, halem.
E.P. ROOERS, Ami. 14. f. and Pubb. Ag'l
U. KOEHLKK, Manaeer.
The Yaquina Route.
And Oregon Development company' steam-
iifi- WT JZ?vZ,ff S"H" . es!
turough passcDger and irelteht Hue from
Portlftnn nrtrl ail inhtia in un wt.t ...
valley iof and from ian Francliicx.
tiaik BUUEDULE. (Except Sunday.)
Lv Alhnnr l.nonm
Ar YaqulnaIl6:xo p m
Lv yaqulna0.4 nm
Ar Albanv' 11:10a m
liv iarvains. ilwo am
O. A O. trains mnnnt nt ,ihunHn.i ,.n.
vallls. "," ""u vv
Xhe above trains connect at Vaqulna with
' between Yaquina and Ban Ft-Hnclbco
Willamette valley points con tnuhe close con
nection With thutrfllltdnrih. V...l !....
at Albany or Corvallis and If dentin, d to .an
Kranclsco, should arrange to an 1 vo at Yaquina
tbe evening before date of sailing.
Passenger and Piblghl, Katc aUwsIhe
loweiit. For Information annlv to Mik-m
?r..iA.24Cov,,r,'JBnt nd llcliet Agents
300 ?,ud.2l? P1 "'reel. PortUnd, Or., or
CCUoOUE-Ac'tUeu'lFLA 1'f.U Agt,
r. n Tr.rA.jeac'ncK'K-t'0- Corvallis, Or.
C. H.HABWtLL, Jr., Gtn'l Freight uid
Pass. Agt. Ore DoeloiiineutCo.,
104 MontM'intry Kt.
From Terminal or Interior Points the
Is the line to take
To all Points-East and South.
JLt.!Sthe?ln!n'caSronte- ltruns through
vestibule trains: every day in the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
CNt rhanon nf mm
Composed of dining cam unsurpaBsed,
Sti'JS1 ?? conitructed and tn which
5u5!mlmo,t,.ln, art" both Irto and tuf
Uekeb) B)rdaoI,ler8 of flr,t 8nd fccoond-cuiM
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
n,A.f0PilniJ?t Ud8 nnejUng with all
service riUnit UUfcct p,a unlulermrUd
thead. f ttrafc any agent ot
lnTJ- fa Mfltet to and from all roInU
porchtuiedatauy ticket ofllce otLU cum-
nMS!!inforn,,,t,on eoncerninK rates, lime
on fP.?,M.and otuer detHllK mrnlxh. d
on i.?t)lleUon to any itent or
A. . ,A' " VAJKIjIUIV,
ST1 . W. WBhhli.Kton-.lort.
phaw .tov:;i;o apwu
Mexican War ' Soldiers
Increase of Pensions!
Northern Pacific Railroad
Jlat HMMki i Kk Wwl Hw (Ms vrsf i
M. bal kv ftmt ut4r at t K4 Ftv I
t Mt Hfara.
M A Paatstsw Catatr.
(ri4li " ow Intonation call
to iW Ae JwT7 N 18. ? enUUed