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MMlhftt ettffWftUlon should sot l
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My fct Affn eltlaens, tin BeWB
pptfr 'r'pkJ hm Win deukd of even
Htto&d tf eorreetnwrt of position
h few Mioutd be ptovd by the
I II Of eoH no one would pretend that
WMM M JBpancM, Malay or
KmmIim eoald drive engine, act an
In win, bMkemen, conductors, tnnll
Urhfl or bfggeaien, the state and
piMk MHatlmest ow tolerates the
! elaw when' employed m they1
0$ Od'tho'Paclflo rallroadi) to build
MMNC'griUti, culverts, bridge and
do teilou work.
Tb ftbov preferred clftxew of labor
Mtfiisk iliwAiilveM 11 nd If Invaded
11 wM,itir'di'lt aii Mi outage, Hut
PM WNBnOBr JOi inn in muwi i iiKT-
puitoed by the coollo classes to en
1M1 (be millionaires, and American
wirTtingaen and' tbulr fainllles are
Marylng in Oregon.
TMC MIMSTKU8' STRIKE.
Tfee Saleta mlnlstero' union should
, sto fcel at all put out by tho attention
It ki reeolylntf from the public it i
it privilege to dloctiea the publlo at all
limnt Now Is the season when the
lasers are having their fun In turn
Md It'li to be bbped the sbopherdB will
bear 'their punlahtneut gracefully.
Jkit It will not provo all a loss, to the
aataletera or the publlo either, It Is to
bejWiarded aa one or thoso mediatorial
qs's'stuV which passes a profession
tbaaagb a aort of purgatorial lire which
wiK'redne aad only the real metal will
r An Impression la abroad, and ono .'
probably Inherent In tho nature of their
eaeepatlon; or the manner In which It
k pursued, that ministers very seldom
aiteiapt to deal with a public matter,
without putting tbnlr foot In It.
' ''How Nature Cures." Is a recent vol
ana whloh adds many valuablo
teeaghta to the vast umoutit of liter
ittHTbn I he subject of hygienic food, by
jCwaiet Deusmore, M. D, It Is a state
Mat ofhls principal arKUincnts against
taauee of bread, cereals, pulses, pota
toes, aad all starch foods. Tho author
Wsuot claim uawuevH for his Ideas,
IrtU'oaiy makes a strong plea for their
adaption id the interests of humanity.
(JWIIb.su & Co., New York ) Supplied
ay F. 9, Dearborn, the boobsoller, tiu
"After Hours" Is a compilation of
sweet songs from the pen of Thomas J.
Kaasaurray, editor of the Mnuistlquo,
Mk News, In these Hue : plainly
ryatallsed the best thoughts of a busy
nlad, sueh as' are ever welcomo to a oo
Wmrar, (American Publishers' Asso
ataUoB', Chicago.) Supplied byF.B.
Dearborn, the bookseller, Balom.
TWl i Chief Faotor," a novol by Qll
aart Farkar, Is the latest great Loudon
Mtarary aaaeeea. It la the story of some
laetih aaaraeters, who are oonuected
wtth Uh Hudson Bsy oompauy, and
gives utwah valuable matter pvrtaloliig
telhatworld'fauaou enterprise, aside
Aram being a highly readable romance.
(tioate Pub. Co., New York. Sup
. piled by W, B. Dearborn, the bookseller,
"The Siberian Exiles" Is a novel by
Tbaasas W. Knox, the world-wide
liaawa traveler aad author. It Is In
laaaaly laterestlng, and, like all of
JCaea's works, eituok full ofluforma
tfea. Ha was eae of the earliest travel
sa la that ley-known country, and tells
watlw&ane saw. (Hubert Ilouuer'a
ia,Waw'vYorK.) Buppllel byF.B.
PaarWa, tae bookseller, Balem.
Truth la Kletlon,by Paul Carus,
Mtorafthe Open Court, embraee be-
beautiful eovers twelve prose,
at prasy, tales with a moral.
1 atom) all have asocial application
4 ar aewiaej to the great problems
f la hour. Mlaramedy for all the Ills
ft Mas aarslstiat wee of the bwthuuwu
W!h-a 1.11. 1... wluU eanaotbe
'"a. -.ij.i.. i.ni.iit tnoMti iViur.. i'uti.
&, Galas.) ISuitlWlbyK.s,Dear.
am. tba aaehseiler, Balem.
MAFarpaNUHl FaHasapher,)' kf Men-
iCJaarga, la a diseusetow w avsrwert
1 varleua wMeraaaee u mm mhh
It tahsa up ahlefty the aet
tarty y4tfsso Jftpauaer heiHve
asjalty dM at (wrwii or pfsaeriy
, aa4 the Partner Mat um faier
ihashsagW m asiiHi.Jsaary
, Hha aseat aakia4, iMtea la are
1 Ms asM awap ta
aas this aWaek an the
(O.L. Wehater O,,
:irYai) WappWiil ayF. K.Dar.
"tAthiifii CWfa(loH," bf Wlllf
AUrWi llwiMgn Ih a rtsttotHhA
mHtutf IU Imprlaiit Mtjsl of w
fthown haw WstWH greatsr pfraM aaa tin
Made hy iite praeeM, Mpeeiill la
eimHllW whefe wafry pfedtrtt the
MM f llelfl, 'I'll Id fHilMH of lib hook
study ef OregoM peopla who are an
ggfi In fruit raisihg, (V, AMfletA'
Oo,, New York,) HupplW by F H,
Desrbon, the bookseller Haleni Or.
"The Divine Art 0 Preaching," by
Arthur T. 1'ierson, Is Resigned to be a
text book for aspiring ministers, as well
as to give some healthful sagestloiis to
the oldei Members,, of the profession.
It Is'aat ftbrlllfeHi boekVbut a good
book, (Baker JcTsylor Co., New York.)
Supplied by F B Dearlioru, bookseller,
"A Bhock to Society," by Florcnco
Warden, Is a rather Intense story of
English life and love, whloh can be
read with much pleasure and no little
profit. (Talt, Bous A Co., New Yorn.)
Hupplled by F. B. Dearborn, bookseller,
"A Mlllbrook Komanco," and other
talei, Is a pretty volume of good short
stories. They aro poetic, truthful,
novel, eplgramatlo. and In short above
the average of current ifictlon. (Thpe.
Whltaker, New York.) Bupplled by
F. S. Dearborn, bookseller, Balem.
"Brown's Business Correspondence
and Manual on Dictation," a work for
stenographers and students. It Is ad
mirably adapted to the needs of a busi
ness ofllco where the work is divided
imong d I Huron t persons, as the forms
and suggestions aro all first-class. (Ex
celslor Publishing House, New York.)
Supplied by F. B. Dearborn, bookseller,
'Dr. Perdue," by Btluson Jarvls, Is
one of Laird & Leu's (1000 prize novels,
it Is a purely American story, well
written, mid published In good stylo.
(LulrdA Lee, Chicago.) Bupplled by
F. B. Dearborn, bookseller, Balom.
'WlioJiatrf not own'd with ropturMtnltten
Tli power or grace, tho maglo of ft name?
asks Campbell, the poet, In bis "Pleas
ures or nope." .neasures 01 nope, ror
sooth. Many nud muny a woman
knows them uo longer. They are lb
despair about tholr heulth. They aru
run-down, debilitated, sufrerlug from
what they know not. It may bo dys
pepsia, beart-dlscuse1 liver or kidney
dUease; auy or all of them. The sick
nesses of wonieu aro cured by Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. That's
where tho mugla of a name comes in.
This Improves digestion, invigorates
tho system, onrlclita the blood, dispels
nervousness and melancholy, dispels
aches and pains, produces refrcHUlnK
sleep, and builds up both the flt-sh and
strength of thoso reduced below a
healthy standard. It is u legitimate
medclno, not a beveruge. Contains tio
ulcohol to luehrlate: no sugar or syrup
to sour In the stomuch andcausn dig'
tress. It Is ns peculiar In Uh composi
tion as It Is marvelous lu Its remedial
Tun Ladiks Uazaah. Don't full
toatlmul theCuthollo Ladles Jlu7.aur,
lu aid of the church, Thursday, Friday
and Uaturday evenliiKS, There will bo
I co cream and cuke served lu daintily
nrruuged booths, delicious cofleti aild
cako and tna and cako n h Mikado
booth, served by tho young ludjeu lu
costume. Lemouudeut tlio Rubocea nt
the Well stuud. A voting content for
the most popular gentleman In town, a
handsome prize to bo awarded to the
most eucccxiifiil candidate. Also an
cloKnnt dlspluy of fanny work, luce
work and other beautiful articles. A
musical ami literary program Thurs
day and Friday evenings. The ladlijs
decided at their lust meeting, held
Sunday, to charge tho small sum of
ten cents admission fee.
Wheat 00c per bushel.
Onta 3604Oo per bushel.
Potatoes fi000o per bushol.
Flour-(3.00 ier bbl.
Bran (Backed) 118.00 per ton
Hhuris (Backed) $0.00 per ton.
Deans, white, 3a per lb.
Kggs lOo er dozen.
Chickens 8 to 10c per lb.
Chopped feed -(Baoked) 10.00.
Ducks 12Jo per lb.
flees 7u ner lb.
Turkeys lOo er lb.
Lard l!!l15o er lb.
llutter JfoSOo per pound
Beef 7lBilo dressed,
Veal Hi to i2Jo, dreaseil.
Pork 7ai2Jq drvamnt ,
Wool-loiSo per lb.
lIos 1415o peril.
You don't ntHHl to continue doslug
with Blmiiioua Liver llegulator. A
diwo a day.
A Pun NonmrJH
oil is the kind used
in the production
of Scott's Emul
piiitcsof Lime anil
Soda are added
for their vital ef
fect upon nerve
and brain. No
mystery surrounds this formula
the only mystery is how quickly
It builds up flesh and brings back
strength to the weak of all ages.
will check Coaaumpttat and
ladisfMsauble in M wasting di-
aWT Bf aspa4 3 AH avMilaiaS
mvMitim ' oavmaij
L'f'iii' si aiygwmnsiiJtuniswsBB"BBBaaBagii uml jjunuiomsw
1M ftMfftftifMmti M(liol tit a 0f
msm Phfleian Kr Mw toft,
TheVe lives not far from MeW York a
Oernisn physician for whom it isclalmcd
that he can perform Jnlrsclos In so far
M he can cure that hitherto Incurable
dlscaso- consumption of the lungs, Dr,
R ' Is a man of profound learning,
who has doroted his Whole life to his
profession and has had wonderful stio
eees. Ills tresttiiont of cofisuniptlortjis
too simple to bo vory popular, as tho av
erage patient Is not satisfied If ho or sho
be not continually dosed with powerful
Thla doslug Dr, R absolutely re
fuses to do, as ho gives no drugs what
ever, but confines his efforts to assisting
nature to do hor own wOrk. An inter
esting caso which ho is now treating is
that of Mrs. M , who has snlTored for
yoars with consumption. Last winter
sho vory nearly died, and this winter her
physician despaired of kooplng her allvo
till spring. She is a woman S feet 0
inches in height and of rather large
frame, and eight weeks ago sho weighed
Bhe suffered agonlos and oven looked
forward to death as a blessed release.
Her family physician, who is progress
ive in his ideas and had become much
interested in Dr. It arid his treat
ment, persuaded Mrs. M to allow tho
latter doctor to undertake her cure. Sho
did so very unwillingly, as she had little
faith in his power to do her good.
Dr. R insis.ted upon hor staying in
bed all tho timo and drinMiMr a cup of
warm milk ovory half hour, this being
her only nourishment, and thug began
on ordoal which is not yet rtided.
Tho milk caused continual nausea and
later looseness of tho bowols, and it re
quired a great deal of pluck to keep on
.taking it. Yet from almost tho first day
of this treatment Mrs. M began to
improvo and now looks like a different
person. In eight weeks she has gained
17 pounds in flesh, hor eyes aro bright,
hor color Is good. Hor cough has great
ly diminished, tho character of tho mat
ter sho raises is changed, and there is
much less of it. To hor frionds her im
provement scorns a miracle
Dr. It says that In a f ow months'
timo sho will bo entirely well that Is,
part of hor lungs will bo useless, as it is
out of his power to roplaco tho disoascd
part with, now and healthy tissue, but
sho will hnvo plenty of healthy lung
loft to breatho with, her cough will be
gono, and sho will bo well and strong.
This is not a picturesque story, but an
absoluto fact. Now York Tribuno.
Acortain critic, ovidontly not num
bered among tho faithful, has been to
tho Uuroo-Jones exhibition at tho New
gallory and is sorely troublod to account
for tho likeness between Burno-Jonea'
womou and thoso of Rossotti. Tho ex
planation is vory simple. In their early
days they both painted from tho samo
modol. The long, oval faces, with tlio
sweeping curvo of tho check, tho full
bowed mouth, tho largo, languorous
eyes and tho thick Tuscan hair, whloh
crop up otomally in tho canvas of both
artists, woro painted from Elizabeth
Eleanor Siddall, afterward Mrs. Roa
fiotti. Sho was tho daughter of a Shef
field tradesman and cunio to London as
a milliner's assistant.
Sho was discovered by another pro
Baphaelito brothor, Walter Dovoroll,
from whom Rossotti stplo hor. Under
his tuition she became a clover artist
horsolf, and Rossotti wroto of hor that
"hor fecundity of invention nnd facility
aro qulto wondorful; muchgroator than
mino." Her portrait appears in nearly
every plcturo of his, hut I am told by
ono who saw her boforo hor marriage
that "Fazio's Mistress," which was at
tho Qulld hall In tho spring, Is tho truest
to nature, though Rossotti proforred tho
"Rosa Triplex," in which sho is shown
onco full faced and twico in profile.
"Beata Beatrix," with its sad inscrip
tion, "Quo modo sedet sola civitosl" in
tho National gallory, was paintod after
hor death. Loudon Figaro.
IrUhtuou In Kruno.
"Tho Irish may not rulo In Ireland,
but an Irishman stands a good chouco of
rule in Franco," said Charles D. Connor
of Boston. "Ho cornea of tho old and
honored family of Kavanaughs, do
Bcondants of which aro found every
where. Although ho splla his namo
difforeutly, Mr. Cavaiguno Is of thouuno
family. He Is descended from tho Mao
Murrongh Kavanaghs, who woro kings
of Lolnstor, and according to this au
thority tho late Mr. Kavanagh of Bor
ris, long a member of tho house of com
mons, was a rclatlvo of M. Cavalgnac.
The similarity of pronunciation in tho
two names is interesting viewed. In tlds
light. Should M. Cavalguao attain tho
presidency of the republic, ho will bo
tho second man of Irish descent to hold
that high honor. Marshal MaoMahon
was always proud of his Irish ancestry."
St. Louis Olbbo-Democrat,
A Hrav LocuiuutU Urlvvr.
Wlllhuu James, a well known eagtne
driver ou the Northwestern line, has just
died at Crewe. Ho was the hero of the
Bangor railway disaster. He had crossed
the Menal tubular bridge lu charge of
the Irish-wall train and was trareiutg at
a twriSo speed when he saw directly in
front a brokeu down goods train. James
iauaediately shut oK steam and reverted
Us engine. Ills mate leaped an) e-
UppeJ- Jawa deehl! to rauala, though
ae saw anarwaru he regarded it as eeo
tab death. HU engine ran riglt thrwagh
aha gBAr-Ts vaa at the luggage trahti
MBUsilBW Lk iaUA UUi.tdrkwKfel nUMttatshal
ffHavBWOT ni www awaaa iraa nwuj onnwm
aa the tap af two preeedfeig trwehs and
tat mUm ever wiihhiw. His ribs were
haWeeti la, Vat ha eTsataally palled
WFHHW Warr w aBsv ssm rrrn BfWMaaH
A Netl tiltlsf MMl,
AreWlmld Prfw, orrt bt tlio -lonrf
aMtlefs1 of KAfwwhA valley. West Vlf
glhk, wns Making maple mnt In a
grove acroM Hie river frotn his house,
when lie catight sight of three Iffdlnns
skulking Irt tho vlelnlty, "Tho var
mlntsr he said to hlmimti, "Bo the
mertii io jtounefl on fne when I've two
pulls o' sap ult&MiL"
Ho was Just starting for swno of tho
more distant trees, Of course he changed
his purpose oil tho Inslaut, but ho was
quick wilted enough to giro no sign of
the fact, and M fow moments busied
hlrnnelf about the boiling place, whistling
If ho sot olf across tho river In his
eanoe, the Indians would pursno and
shoot him. Ho had a brother who was
a sea diver. From hint ho had learned
somothlng about diving bells, and ho
now took a sudden resolve to mako his
kettlo serve htm in that capacity, Ho
emptied It, but in inch a way that nn
observer nt n llttlo distance would havo
supposed ho whs filling It from a tub
standing near 1
As soon us fit was emptied ho lifted It
quickly, and hurried down tho river
bank, where ho rnlsod it, in nn inverted
position, over his hood, tho rim resting
on his shoulders, nnd walked into the
wntor. Tho bank was steep, and the
water was soon up to his shoulders.
Keeping a firm hold of the kettle, he
proceeded. The water got deeper and
deeper until it was several feet over the
top of tho kettle.
Tho improvised diving bell answered
its purpose excellently, supplying air for
him io breatho until he emerged on. the
homo sldo of tho river.
So Mr. Prico saved himself and his
Iron kettlo from falling Into tho hands
of tho savages. Youth's Companion.
Ill kordihlp'a tVclckt.
The present Earl Granville, some
years since, when Lord Leveson, swal
lowed half a crown during the perform
ance of some conjuring trick at a
Christmas party. He was none the
worse for the misadventure, although
the family were somewhat alarmed at
first Tho late earl, on being asked aft
er his son's health, told Lord Rowton
that ho had gained eleven pounds, "Ahl"
replied the witty peer, "that makes 11
fl. M"-London Tit-Bit.
Mrs. Ed. Sxoan
21 Years of Suflerlng Ended by One
The intense misery of those who
suffer with sick headache, is beyond
description. The wonderful success
of Hood's SarsaparilU in curing this
trouble warrants us in urging all who
are afflicted by sick headache to give
this medicine a trial. Read these
grateful words from a well known
" Few p oplo suffered as much aa I have
- with tick lic-xtlache. I hare had It by spells
for 21 years, sometimes as oltcn as
Throo Tlmoa a Week.
I would get up with It, aufler all day, st
b wlifc li and bave It all night I tried
everything that wai recommended, but
nsver was cured until about a year ago, when
persuaded tne to try one bottla at Ilood's
Bartaparllla. I am Klau to lay that It cured
me, and kaYe had sick kraSaeat
since I took Hie first bottle ot Hood's tarta
paxUla. It ha done mo a great deal ot
coed In other ways, and has Increased Bs
weight (imiHUis 147 . lean
not praise Hood's Oarsaparllla enough."
Mas. En. SwAJf, DuncanVllle, lit
HOOD'a P1LL8 do not purge, ria or grip,
bat Ml promptly, cully and sStelwUr. as.
XTCntNO riLKS known tor moutnre
Ilk txnplraUan, mum UUuu ttoBlna
Klmi n. TbU rora Uld BLIND.
suueiiimu or y&orauDiMO riuul
M. BO4AN-K0-S PILE REMCSV,
whloh aot dlrvodr On part aJTct4
kbors Ivnut, ltyliuiic1MUna
a prauuitai cur. 3rrtp 60a. jOnicauta
Bold by thi'Lett & Van BlypA.
Strayed or Stolen.
One big bar ge'dlng with two white hind
feel,'Ma drk blown teldlog, wuh one
white h'ndriinl.ructtweUhTntf about 190. A
Iberul rvward will be gives lor the r-torn of
same t'l U. W. Til MA8.
4 ITSldw Aylum Avenu. lu,Oron.
The House Mover.
MI Main Street.
Haa the bM teetlltlM tor navlna ni rale
lug bottkee. tave order at oiay jtrue., at
SbSart rsUmi, Urn.
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
t?'--, ':S uil
OSf.ee at Cbta. Cal en's MttHasry
Atntih at, ma
NEW MILLINERY STORE
OI'KHA ilOOeft MAK'tt,
108 COOIlf 8T,
Mrs. D. F. Hafincgan
10U Slrtto cltraat,
OIV&MA flit At,
Carpenters and Boildett,
Hhop 63 HUte street.
203 Commerolal Street.
Good msats. i'rompt delivery.
T. .!. KI.I.S&
Natural Wood f Inlthlng,
Oof, tti and ChemeUU Street
J)pt facilities In the city.
A, M.OUIUOH, - 106HUt8t.
Of Standard Books Bv
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Artlrle nt, by F. du llolseobey.
Had to BeaU
Master of tbe Mine.
Cae of Reuben Malpcbl.
A KiKbt for a Fortune.
Tbe Ma a pan Affair.
A w oman Sacrifice.
A Dark Deed; A Tale ef the Peasant's
A House Pa'ty.
The Gray and tbe Blue.
Tbe Detect vp s Eye, and Cecil's Fortune
A Rteel Necklace.
Klne Solomon's Mines.
Death or oishnnnr.
The One Thing Needful.
Fedora; or, Tbe Tragedy In the Rue de
I lfeof Henry Ward Beecher.
Allan Ouar'erma n.
Only a F rmer-8 Daughter.
A Ounimerclal Trip.
West of 'he Missouri.
Fast and Lonie,
A Modern rirce.
A Puritan Lover.
As In a Looking Gloss.
For Her Dally Up nd
A LunKy Young Woman.
A Ot amity Ilow.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Texar'a Revenge; or, North against
A Batm fo- n Heart.
Marriage aud Dlv re.
ln, the Gypsy Bride.
The Great Hespr.
A Prince of the Blood.
Jack andThree Jills.
Anxelma; or, In Spite of All.
TbjHtory of Antony Grace.
A Life Interest.
A Flurry-In Diamonds.
The Pasen;er Irom Scotland Yard,
Th Wr ns; Hoad.
Kins or Knave.
A Ileal Good Thing.
Napoleon and Marie Louise.
Old Ulsxar's Hero.
L T sea
Tbe Bine hall Ghosts.
The M t ster of a 11 ansom Tab.
ldv Mutton's Ward.
Tracking tbe Truth.
Mr. Meeson's Will
Dr. Glennle's Daughter.
In all shades.
Joe; A Hemarkable Case.
Living or Dead.
Vol iTso, Hall a Truth.
A Vera Child.
3e Mtory ofan Afr'om Farm.
The Unpopular Public
Th Dronm (Le lleve).
A Dangerous Catspaw.
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland and Ban
Francisco. First-class in all lu appointments!
IU Ubles an served with the """""
Grown la the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
J. H. HAAS,
HSX Ccnmsrclil SL, . isl,Orgos.
Next door to Klein's,)
Bpcdaltyot Spectacles, and repairing Cloaks,
Walebtw and Jewelrr.
WISC0S1N CENTRAL LINES.
tNertfeirn pd!c R. R, Ca., litis-)
LATEST TIME CARD.
To Through Tritni Dally.
weurai hi l M'un s fctfcmi
15' JPU. AhUud. al 8am
t.lstnHuw tvhle.g.x j.
SfPeSMA StittAffiA ftss .i
Tile for Sale,
Brick and Tile ford,
OnljJeentss lr dellreredat
JOHN' ft MARTIN,
J-ict Dudley's Wife.
A Ijm B de
Th Queen's Token.
Tbe Ladles' Gallery.
The Englishman of the Rue Cain.
Is MarrTsge a Failure?
Tho Reproach of Annesley.
Vere; The Leading Lady.
The Girl from Malta.
The Ten's otShem.
A Crooked Path.
Could Augbt Atone.
Tho Golgoiba of the Heart.
Dr. Wilbur's Note Book.
Rhea; or, The Case of Dr. PlemerK
Mrs. Annie Green.
Al an's Wife. ,.
Lad Clancarty; or, Wedded and Wooed
1 he Halvatlon Army.
UllndLove. , .. -wul,,
Pyrrba; A Story ofTwo Crime:
x ujj una vers j eweia.
Kvolutlnn of "Uodd."
I OOkln? Flirltlflr- ITnrnrarrf
Who e Hand?
From Darkness to Light.
Stalts of -and.
Kin Bllck lndlftZukiintt.narma.. .
U5 A Fellow ol Trinity,
16 'lime Men in b Boat
The Phantom 'Rickshaw.
j. uc mm nage at Nea,
1 he Burmah Treasure.
The Marriage of GhbrleUe.
nsi nee WlnUrt fboWs. "
The Light that Failed.
A Marriage for Love.
Wee Willie Winkle,
IdN Time Tiles.
An Ideal Fanatic
An American Girl in London.
l'an el Trentworthy.
The Slaves of Folly'
My lady Nicotine.
i, ",J?ni?aSe. f Child.
A Little Rebel.
What's Bred In the Bone.
Hints for the Millions.
Diana of the Crosswarr.
A Matter of Skill,
Bel er Dead
The Treasure Tower.
A Daughter oil, art h.
The Black Tulip.
Mr. and Mrs Bewrr.
i-1.ra'!Ilf: A Glrl "f Berck.
Farm for Sale or Trade.
On easy terms, four miles east of Bubllmltv
containing 147 acre: vm tron. ."?"
In or near Balem. b li niivT"'
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A- M,
:ou r. m,
2 CH I C a ftri
7 Hours Quicker to St, Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40, Hours Oulcker to Omtht and
PULLMAN and TOURIST SLEEPER
FREE RECLINIMG (WlR
Korra,MCA5S' DUU" RS
rurratea aad uui ..
oraddnta. " """" UI r
sun m ii'jji tuiummmmm
1 1 fiBNNUTT k SON.
Fruit Ami Clgurs,
p, 6, lalook,
CiffJtra' and Tobaeee,
040 Oorn'l CStrei.
T, W, THORNBURG
Itemodels, rc-oovers and repnlrs
unuolstered nirtnture. Flrnt
cIrm work. Ohemeketa street,
Mtate Insaranoe block.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Soutliem ' Pacific! Company.
CALIFOKKIA IZPRESS TllAIW RON DAII.T B-
gZWaiN PORTLAND AND S. F.
7.-UC p. m.
9:18 p. m.
7:itt h. m
6:28 a. in
7:00 p. m
Above trains Htop only at fdllowlns; mutions
nortboritoseburgr.Eait Portland OrtonCltr,
Woodburn, Balem; Albany Tangent, dhedds.
Halfley, Harrleburj, JunctlonClty, Irving and
KOHKRUIKl MAIL. DAILY..
8.J0 a. in.
11:17 a. m
6:60 p. m.
Ar. I 4:w p. IU.
Lv, I 1:40 p. m.
Ly. 7:00 a. m
Albany Local, Ually ivxeept Huuclay,
6 OU p. m.
6:00 p. m.
7:S(i a. m.
Dining Cars ou Ogden Koule
PDLLMAN bdffet sleepers
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached to all through trains.
iVest Side Division, Between Portland
7:du a. in. I
12:10 p. m.
I o:ao p. iu.
1 12.56 p. m.
At Albany and Covallla connect
trains of Oregon Palflp Railroad.
tXl'KKna fKAI (l)All.V KXIiKrTHLlM
4.-40 p. tu. I
75 p. ra. I
MeM inn vllle
To all poinu In tbe Kattern btatcs, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rates
lrom w. v. hKlNNKlt, Agent. Halem.
K.P. ROUE1US, Akst.U. K una Push. Ag't
n. Aucniiiut, nanaeer.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACff IC It" B.
And Oregon Dovelopment company's st
uip .me. aa mnes snorter, it) nnura
umeinanny any other route, First class
inrougn passenger and lrelght line lrom
Portland and all joints In tho Willamette
vau.ey vu ana iromian ITunclBCO.
T1MK SCHEDULE, (Except Sunday.)
Lv Albany l.oo p m I Lv Coi-vullls 1:40 p m
Ar Yaaulna..?Op m Lv Yaqulnu 6:4ia ra
Lv Corvallls. 10:36am Ar Albany 11:10a m
O, 4 C. trains Connect at Albanv and IVir.
Jlhe above trains connect at Yaquina with
the Oregon Develpment Co.'b lino ofMeam
r between Yaqulna'and Han Francisco
i.ii.-rf."""'?.8 Irom roniana and all
TTlilamette vallev nnlntji nan n..b.n)n.. nn.
nectlon with the trains of the Yaquina Route
at Albany or Corvallls and If detained to tan
Francisco, should arrange to arrive at Yaquina
tbe evening before daw of Bailing.
Passenger and F.elgbt Kate nlwava the
SKf'S5Co"Frelht ana ticket Agents
SOO and M2 i ront sireet. PorUand. Or., or
O. O. HOU IJE, Ac't Jeu!J Ft, k Pass. Aat..
C. H. HABWJiXL, jr., Gen'l Freight and
Pass. Agt. Ore Development Co.,
304 Montgomery Ht.
From Terminal or Interior Points the
Is the line to take
To alK Points East and South.
.iMfiy dnlncar ront- "runs through
vestibule trains; every day in the year io
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(No chance of cars.)
Of latest equipment
iULf8?. eoMtrnctea anfl In which
SuhSna??i1.55 a71.boU ' ndlnr.
Uckeu Md tort MMA MCOBd-CltJMI
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A continual L,llae eeaaestlntr with all
Mrvtief 0m WtnlpuS
JSX'feLJ!' ?W. J?TtteBs can be so
SiJd dv LTe ttro8 ay "tent ol
,K? 'fcnnaUon concerning ratea. Usii
A DOWKTKO. Afint
Moncin War Soldiers
tewisi if PewoDs!
Northern Pacific Railroad
uw. ruKui Tim Ajt, Ckisso, ii
T w ,MMH, WffJ,