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EffiffgWtaul ra UJUJJJ JimiiUMit.
The Nervous System the Seal
of Life and Mind. Recent
, No mystery lias over compirbd wllli that a.
human life. It lias beon ThdJeadlng subject
of professional research utidntticly in all ages
DUl, uuLmiuaiuiiuiug iuib met 11 IS HOT gcner?
lujy k n o r t
tllUt till! SCIl)
v liic in jucii
edln tliu ui
per part of lii
near (lie bast
df the brain
and Mj bcnsl-
tlvn U llili
portion of l fie
Urn the! uin
the prick of u
IfeCOflt rlfsnwftr)fl6 1lnv rlAmn,.. rAfnft .tin.
allHi.oohraiivof tliu body mo tinder the con
trol of the-nurvo 'centeis, located In or near
tllO basu-nf thnTirnfn. nnrl ihnf )ii tltnnra
derangedllTo oTjmiH wlilcli tlmi jjtupy wllli
norKcflurd-nTD also dnalifted Wl.eii a is re
meirfDercd thata ictrio'ji inlu'ry (o llm spinal
cord wr 111 cause paraljsW of the bddv below
tlio Injured pdlnt, becauso the nerve forco Is
provonted by tho Injury from reaching the
paralyzed portion, it will bo uuduistood how
tho derangement of tho norvo centers, will
cause tho derangement of the various organs
which they supply with uorve force.
Two-thirds of chronic diseases-it 10 dim to
tho Imperfect action of tho nervo co ui
tho base of tho braltT, not from u uc t
mont primarily originating in tho ort li
solf. Tho great mistake of physlcli In
treating these diseases to that they trc i ho
orgaiuuthor than tho nerve center which
ar tho cause of tho trouble.
Do. Kiiankun Milks, the celebrated sno
clalist.hus profoundly studied this subject for
over 20 years, and has made many important
discoveries In connection with It, chief among
thorn bolnz tho facts contained In the a ove
statement, and that the ordlntity mcthodi of
treatment aro wrong. All headache, dizzi
ness, dullness, confusion, pressure h.ucs,
mania, molancholy, Insanity, epilepsy, St.
Vitus dance, etc., aro nervous diseases no
mattor how caused. The wonderful success of
Dr. Miles' liestoratlve Nervine is due to the
fact that It Is based on tho foregoing principle.
Dn. Miles' Rcstobativb Nervine is sold by
all druggists on a posltlvo guarantee, or tent
direct by Dn. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart,
Ind., on receipt of price, SI rer buttle, six
bottles for $5, express prepaid. It contains
either opiates nor dangerous drugs.
tJohl by i). J. i''ry, druggist, Salein
1 lector prescribed : Castorla
$100 Howard, $100.
The readers of this piper will b
pleased to learn tlmt there Is at leasi
one dreadful disease tbat science lias
been uble to cure in all its stages ana
tbat is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure lr
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires u con
btitutional treatment. H-tll's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and raucous purfiices of
tho system, thereby destroying thi
foundation of tho disease, and giving
tho patient strength by buildlug up tbt
constitution, and aa&istluj; nature it
dolus its work. The proprietors huvt
so much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollar?
for auy case that it fails to cure.. Bono
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O. 8-5old b.' drungUts, 75c,
DOWN QO THE RATES!
The Uulou Pacific now lead willi re
duced rates to eastern points, und theit
through car urrangemeuts, magnific
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, make it tho best time to trav
el. Two traiua leave from Portland
daily at 8:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Tht
rates are now within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage ol
them to visit the world's fair and their
friends In the east. Send for rates and
schedules of tralup, and do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Boise &
Barker, agents, Salem. Or.
W. H. HfJRLBUBT,
Ass't Gen'l Itass. Agent, U. P.,
Fresh acd Bait meats of tbo best quality
Poultry and stock. Free delivery.
The LINE That
i DAYS to
HOlllS ,h9 0"'"' S Chicago and
IlfllirS Qu'c'(er 0m?a and Kan-
Pullmtn and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclin
ing Chair Cart, Dining Cars,
rcrrau and general Information call oo
W U. H UtLB UT. A wt, Q, J. A
A VliRYGOOD FISH STORY.
f " x A.
When You Come to'lnqulre Into It, It's
Ooncl Ghost Story Too.
"A fow years ago," said nn old
gentleman, "I'wnH it-cutting and pil
ing driftwood on tho lake shoro
when "a party from tho village camo
down to flsh through tho ico. It
was a cold, raw day. Tlity told mo
if I'd lot Uiem uso my fishing shanty
and they had any luck they would
give mo eoine fish. Well, at it they
went. Just as 1 was a-packing up at
night to go homo they fetched me a
pickerel that would a-pulled down
six pounds good and Btrong. I
brought him home and put him up
in tho crotch of that apple treo over
there. Then I done my chorea, eat
my supper, got the pickerel and
thought I'd clean him, but ho was
frozo hard as a brick, so I run a
string through his gills and hung
him up back of tho stove to thaw
"I'd got a good grip on tho sleep
that night and was a-plowing ahead
on tho gallop whon my wife woko
mo up and eaid there was some one
at tho door. I listened a bit and
heard a noise jest liko somo feller
was a-knocking on the door with
mittens on his hand, f were a bit
vexed, slid out of bed, pulled on my
pants and boots, but did not strike a
light, grabbed a big cane which stood
at tho head of my bed, hurried to
the door, opened it and jumped out
ready to knock tho stuffing out of any
thing. But, my dear sir, there
weren't anything there to knock. I
run round the house. Not a living
critter could I see, nor even my
tracks in tho Bnow.
"To bed I went ag'in and was
just dropping off when tho old wom
an Bhe nudged me hard and whis
pered: Hear that I Jest listen I There
it goes ag'in I'
"I sat up in bed, and jest as plain
as day I could hear a dull sort of a
thump, thump. I begun to feel agor
Lshlike. Mought have trembled a
bit, then hollered, 'Who's there?'
"I kinder shivered for 'bout half a
ninute, when there was the darned
st racket out in tho kitchen you
ver heard. Sounded as if some one
vas a-kicking a tin pan all around
ho room, and my dog he came
.-yelping and howling in the bedroom
nd crawled clear under the bed,
here ho kept up a-whining and
-yelping. My wife screamed and
rawled down under the bedclothes,
had not only the ager, but the
hills sweating chills good and
trong. I was? rattled badly rat
led. Jest hadsonso enough to crawl
ut of bed, grab my gun, which was
oaded, and creep carefully to tho
.itthen door. There was certainly
omo fellow there barefooted, and he
va8 having a hull dancing school all
ohisself. I located him as near as
i could in the dark, then without
,nakmg any noiso brought my gun
to my shoulder and let hor go.
"Tho flash of tho gun was just
long enough to let mo see what tho
trouble was. I went back, lit a can
dle, and then went to tho kitchen.
There, right in the middle of the
floor, was that are cussed pickerel hav
ing the liveliest kind of a circus all
by hisself. He was a-cutting up in
great shape with his flippity flop, hip
pity hop, jest as lively as if ho had
jest been pulled out of tho water.
With a stick of firewood I busted
that aro show quicker'n you could
"You see, I hung him up in a good,
warm place to thaw out, directly
over tho old woman's dishpan, right
under tho pan being a good, warm,
out of tho way place tho dog used to
Bleep, as iuui uuuiiiui picueroi vv i
gan to thaw out his old'eussednosa
crept back into him. Between the
flappings of his tail and tho work
ings of his jaws ho broko tho string,
then dropped onto the dish, and both,
fell onto tho dog." Forest and
Sick Headache and relieve all the trouble Incl
dent to a blUous state of the ayateni, aucb a
Dlzzinasa, Nausea. Drowtlneaa. Distress after
eating, I'ain In tho Side. Ac While their most
remarkable success has been shown in curing
tleadaebe. yet Cismca'a Lima Uvea Pill
are equallr valuable in Coustipatlon. curing
and preventing this annoying complaint, while
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
UmuM the lirer and regulate the bowels.
Kves It abey only cured
che they would be almost priceless to tfcose
wbo suffer from this distressing complaint
fortunately ineir gooanew does not end
hHt. end those who once trv them will find
these little pills valuable In ao many ways that
they will not be willing to do without tbem.
liut after all sick head
is the bane of so many Uvea that bere Is where
we make our great Mast. Our puis cure It
while others do not.
Ciarca'e Lrrrus Uv Pitta are very small
cad very easy to take. One or two pills make
a dose. Tbey are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but by their genUe action
please all who use them. In vials at tt pmts;
tvefortl Sold everywhere, or tent by malL
CUI8 sfXttSUtl CO., Vr Ttf.
blA tailm Wfm
Mr. Chas. M. JOauer
Generally broken down; at times I would
tail qver with a touch o( tho vertigo', was
not able to go any distance from the bouse.
I was a miserable mnn. The day I com
mencecl tin my second bottle ol Hood's 8ar
saparllla, I began to leel better and I now
feel ilka new num. I am working again
and ao not have any ol my bad BpcllJ.
I have a perfect care." Charles iu
Lxusn, 050 West Market Street, York. Ta.
Hood's Pills are the best atter-dlnner
Pills, assist dlgesUon, cure headache, ace.
World's Fair, Chicago.
mmitmmm Cftlamot Arenneond XthSlrwU
till 1 p! b Fireproof! 241 roomsj near.Falr
iiv,! bdu urounas; pamft on eyorr noor.
American and European plan.
iotU Writo for circular.
HORSEt LIKE TO BE TLKED TO.
Some Anlmuls Are Even Ablo to Carry on
n Polyglot Conversation.
"There is nothing that horses are
so fond of as being talked to," said a
clubman to a reporter tho other day
one who knows all about the ani
mals he was discussing. "So well
known is this that in the Austrian
cavalry and in several other armies
of Europe tho soldiers have sVct
orders never to enter tho stalls with
out speaking a fow wordB to the
nags. I had often endeavored to
impress this fact upon my colored
groom, a very bright aud unustidlly
intelligent lad, who, whenever I told
him to talk to my horses, would in
variably laugh sheopishly, convinced
that I was making fun of him.
"The other evening, after taking
one of our friends to the station, he
was drivi'i" home leisurely in a
rather m ..'jwmood, whon 'suddenly
my recommendation on tho subject
of talking to tho horses occurred to
him, and without thinking what he
was doing ho addressed tho pony he
was driving as follews:
"'Well, Pompey, old boy, do you
remember the namo of tho man as
used to own you in Texas?'
"I do not know whether the word
Texan' aroused memories in the
breast of the pony, but tho fact re
mains that he stopped Bhort, turned
his head round and whinnied at
Dawson that is the lad's namo.
"Balaam was certainly not more
astonished when his donkey ad
dressed him than was Dawson, who,
with a cry of 'Jee-rusalem ! Great
Scott I Hey, what's tho matter with
you, Pompey; aro you crazy?' jumped
out of tho carriage and ran to the
pony's head, convinced that eithei
ho himself or tho horse had become
"So startled was ho by tho horse's
utterance that it was quilo two oj
three minutes beforo he could re
cover his equanimity sufficiently to
mount the box once moro and to re
sume his drive home now talking
all tbo way with the pony, who over
and again whinnied in reply.
"Since then my horsos and this
particular attendant have becomo in
finitely bettor friends, and tho groom
is delighted to havo found at least
two creatures who appreciate his
"While on this subject," he wont
on, "let mo give you an infallible
euro for a balking horse, which,
moreover, will havo tho advantage
of diminishing much of tho beating'
and other kinds of cruelty to which
the an,imals aro subjected by people
ignorant 'of tho truo character of
this kind of equine hysteria.
"There is nothing to do savo to
tako up a handful of ashes or dust,
in preference ashes, and opening the
horse's mouth wide put tho oshee
as far back as possible down his
"Tho horse will, in his endeavor to
got rid of tho foreign substance, for
get all about balking and will, with
out thinking of it, go forward with
out the slightest whipping or other
method of forcible persuasion. "
Utilizing Itoof Space lu a City.
Tho folly of building a house in
Washington exactly liko a house Jn
nnston is too obvious to need point
.ing out. In a city wbero evenings;
indoors are Insupportable every men
of roof should be utilized, and whoro
space permits there should be com
modious balconies in front or rear ot
tho upper stones of dwellings. Thi
is not a difficult architectural prob
lem, and its ukillful solution would
add a characteristic feature to the
homed of tho city.
In a town whoro the 6Utnmer la
two months long and nearby moun
tains or sea provide a convenient
refogo it makes littlo difference
whether houses aro built to warm
weather comfort, but wbero summer
lasts for four months and hills and
shoro aro half a day distant it Is
most important to provide every pc
bIUo alleviation for the tooortown
caf ed inorUl.-JUte Field's Wrt-
'AQtrttasAtE. SAttTriiiiAT, AtrsirsT Sjisbs.
DAY ANBOTGHT WEAR!
SEVERAL EFFECTIVE MODELS OF THE
MOST RECENT DESIGN.
For Street TJso Are Noted Two Gowns of
Striking Attrnotlvenets For Trend)"
Use Two Elaborate Oarments Are Delin
eated A Word or Two About lints.
A very Useful model has itsboilice bnt
toned ot tho sldo. Tho trown is of crepon,
and the wido fiariiiK ro.ra are fuced
with rich, thickly ribbed eilk. Tho lower
part of the sleeve is silk. Tbo chemisotto
is of chiffon. This gown ia also mailo in
cloth, with satin rovers and trimming.
A rather plain but effectivo gown of
dark blue summer serge or hop sacking
ia trimmed with black satin and jet pas
Bementerio. The upper band of each
group of satin bands on tho skirt ia edged
with tho passementerie, and, na will be
Been in the cut, tho pointed capo and
epaulota of black satin and the satin cults
are also edged with it.
In noting Paris styles tho accompany
ing sketch of a very elaborate costumo
must not bo forgotten. It a of "soio
chongeant" in boautiful shades of green
and heliotropo. Tho skirt haa three
flounces of eilk, and tho seams are out
lined with jeweled passementorio, ro
poating tho shot effect of tho gown, The
bodico ia trimmed to match. Tho huge
puffs of the Bloevea aro formed pf small
pinked out flounces, giving tho effect of
flower petals. ,
Another gown is of a material which
no ver fails to bo bo witching silvor gray
satin, Its trimming is black tullo em
broidered with jet. Tho girdlo ia of poa
coclc blnej velvet.
Whito pinno vest's aro tho coining fad.
They are worn with colored shirts, pink,
blue and xnanvo, a full skirted flaring
blazer and a perfectly plain boll skirt.'
Flat "plaque" huta aro yery much In
favor this spring, and come in all tho
newest shades. The most becoming way
of trimming them is with two pompons
of flowers violots, buttercups or daisies
one on either indoof tho bent up front,
with a ribbon bow betweon. Thero is
another very odd looking hat which Is
exceedingly becoming to some faces
called "lo coeur." It is exactly In tho
shapo of a heart, with a small crown In
tho center. When the pointed front.is
bent and tho rounded scallops at tbo
back turned up, it leaves a couplo of
sockets on eithor sido for tho trimming,
which generally consists of two bouquots
of flowers, a molnngo of field flowers
being tho last French fancy.
The Now York Tribuno says: Fash
ionable dressmakers do not dovoto very
much time to cotton goods, except iu
their dull seasons In tho middle of win
ter or late in the stun in or. Even tho most
liberal or extravagant customers are
hardly willing to pay us much for mak
ing a ginghnm gown as thoy do for a
gown of wool. Hcnco it comes that many
of tho simpler gowns of cotton and cf
India silk, which now must bo ranked as
a material chiefly for house wear, aro
mado up by tho seamstress at home.
Tho experimout which the dressmakers
nndortook last year of raising tho price
of making gingham dresses by making
them over a silk lining did not proro a
great success. Customers liko a gtng-
ham gown for what it is, because it Is
light and fresh and may be laundered
repeatedly. Tho condition of a irown
mode over a eilk lining and worn an en
tire season uiu hov curaiutiim it to per
sons of neat instincts. Cotton becomes
sleazy and stringy, even if it does not
become actually soiled, ranch sooner
nit Checks JIueli Worn.
Among tho most pleuslni: costumes
seen on the street in thebo days are the
heavy check cheviota, In eighth and in
quarter-Inch checks. Borne excellent ro
sulU are secured in tlieso by modest
touches of color, in the shapo of silk
blonses and similar knlclcknocks, or silk
linings in the short cajea, or little
jackets. These ideaa as applied to the
cheviots aro m me main new tn New
York, which heretofore lias remained re
markably loyal to the strict English
model of tailor gowns, the tailor wool
seldom being fashioned in tho more or
namental designs of the French tailor
made costumes. The color threads strik
ing thropgh the cheviots are well brought
out by ihn eilk accessories. That tbey
are oeceuoriea rather than trimming- w
worth rtmemtriBf .
I M it. BHrl ' VV KssssssPl
t rv isssssssssfit i .VI v sn vEa
naran, enuier uoes it spue at mo enasr lias it a
lifeless appearance? Docs It fall out when combed or
brushed? Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp Itch ?
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? Jf tneso aro somo of
i ;. .n
SkookumRoot Hair Grower
is whit yoa need. Its prodnetlon is cot an accldsnt, but the remit ot sclentlflo
research. Knowledge ot the diseases ot the hair and scalp led to ths dtscov. '
ery of bow to treat tbem. Skookum''conulns)ielthernilneralsnorolls. It i
mho a Liye. out ueiigaituu7 vwiujg iuju roircnuiug juuic. jiyilimuisuni?
the .follicles, (t sfoju ailing hair, cures dandruff and orous hatrvttbali
, ET Seep the scalp elssa, healthy, and free from Irritating enipUons. by
the use ot Stookvm Sim Snip. It destroys jxmuilio intccti, which f ltd on
If Your dratrelit caanot
prepaid, on receipt of price
TRABR If ASK
T. J. KKESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Oor, 30th and Cheruoieta Btreet.
llest meat and free delivery,
136 State Street.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
p. n. n'AitCY. ao. a. iiinouam.
D'AUOV A BINOUAM, Atforneys nt Law.
Rooms 1, 2 and 8, D'Arcy HulldinK. Ui
Suite Ktreet. Bpoolal attention given to bust
nwln tho supremo and circuit courts of the
state. 2 11
V. U0I8K. Attorniy at law, Halem, Ore
gon, oalce 271 Commercial street.
TILMON FORD, Attorney nt law, Pnlem,
Oregon. Office up stairs In 1'ntton block
J. 111GOKU, Attorney at lnw.Salom. Ore
gon. Olllce over Hush's bank.
T J.8HAW.M. W.I11WT. HHAW&UUNT
J . Attorneys at law. Office over Capital
National bank, Balom, Oregon.
JOHN A. CARSON, Attorney nt law, rooms
and 4, Oush bank building, 8alein,Or,
a K. HONHAM. W. II, JIULMEH
BON HAM & HOLM EH. Attorneys at law
OfUoe In Hush block, between State nnd
Court, on Commercial street.
E. POCUK, Htnographer and Tjpe-
w,Nnot line unnlnnArt . VIMwrft llltf nf.
nee but one In Oregon. Over Rush's bank,
CJTKLLa HHERMAN. I'ypew'rltinn and
O commercial stenography, room 11, Gray
block. First-class work. Rates reasonable.
DR A. DAVIt), Late Post Graduate or New
York, gives special attention to the dls
eases of women and children, nose, throat,
liingi, kidneys, skin diseases and surgery.
Oflloo at residence, lot State street. Consulta
tion from 9 to 3 a. ra. and 1 to 5 P. m, 7-1-flm
Ico81orommerclal street.lu Eldrldge block,
iw siaence no uouimerciui bi reuv.
0. DROWN K, M. D.. Physician and rui
. gcon. Ofllre, Murphy blojk; residence,
, nrniw rclal street.
T O. BMITII. Dentist, B2 State street
fljlem, Oregon. Finished dental opera,
of every description. Painless lopera-
llons a specialty.
WD, PUOI1, Architect, plans, speclflcn
, tlons and superintendence for all
classes ol buildings. Olllce 21)0 Commercial
street, up stairs.
PROTKOriON LODOK NO. 2 A.O. U. W.
MeeU In tholr hall lp mate, insurance
building, every Wednesday evening
A. W.DKNnA, M.W.
J, A. 8ULWOOD, Recorder.
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per I)y
The best hotel between Portland aud Ban
Vranclsca, Flrst-claas In all Its appointments.
Its tables aro served with the
drown In the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
A New Remedy
A tro Specific a potltlre nd permuisnt llmlostlon
of all potton from tht Hood, and a rutoration of healthy
vlf or to tht limit, u bffcred to aulftf era tat lh fmt lima
tn a remedy which has been undergoing the moti teverc
prirate eiirimcntt for lha ruwl three yean. It haa not
yet failedand it will not fall, aa it I. a True ftpeolflo
lor Syphilitic poison and all Mood dlteaax. Do you U
liere Ii I Send for full particular) and proof free. Sift;
(Wing your ayuem vrtih mercury ami other polaonj
Thi. remedy will cure yeu io 0 to oo day. without fail.
We guarantee a cure or refund the money,
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
170 JTIrst Street POUTXAND, OB.
Ladies who sutler
from cutting Winds
and ncorcblng Hun
Lola Montez Creme
The fklu Food.
Ths bent remedy for
keplig the face cool
and tttu tt m Irrita
tion, as It sooths and
comforts the skin aud
prevents freckles or
sunbtt n. U Is not a
beautlrlrrbnt a Kln
restorative and pre-
.ervallve. Ifalltt'e Monies O eme la rubbed
In the Kln and thoroughly wiped off again,
jueti-efote applying powder, ths complexion
fill be softer, and I he powder will remain
nnger, desldes preventing the powdr from
Jlngginglheporusof the skin Prle7SoenU
Foraalsby VHKD I.KOO, Drugglet, PatUrn
Hlock, talriu, Ore.
foray sptcisl ot complicated blemish of
taoMor luriu, wine
MRS. NETTIE HABRjSON,.
AWCHfCA'e Uiutrrr Poctob,
M Oeary HU, Vaa PraucUoo, Cai.
Sojrerslooas Hair Permausnlly ReaoT(4,
w w 'ii '.St k mrmL. im.
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
warned in time oryou wilibccomo bald.
lutrolv voa tend direct to tis. and we will forward
Grower, S U per bottle S for S9.0O. Soap, coo.
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
Fifth Aveaoe, New York, N. Y.
Aorloj & Winstnnloy.
Shop 218 High street.
- Brick and Tile-
Talce It I
Only 3 cents n day delivered a.
Good anntB, Prompt delivery.
Steal Wood Saw
JOHN C; MARTIN,
Stato Street, - - Batem
Leave orders nt Rnlem Im
provement Co., 05 State street.
J. H. HAAS,
TELE WAT OH MAKE It,
2t5K Ccmmerclil St,, Salem, Oregon,
(Next door to KIcIu'b.)'
Specialty ot Spectacles, and repairing Clocks.
WatnhM and .Tnwulrv
Smith Premier Typewriter,
Sold on easy payments. For Rent.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
n.If.DURPBtC,aen'Ugent, 10) Third St.
Portland. Bend fornatalogue.
W. U DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE hov('.
Do yoa wear them? When next a nni try a pair.
Best In the world.
ir you want aflne DRESS SHOE, mads In tho tales!
tytes. don't pay $6 to $8, try my S3, $3.30, $4,00 1
$3 Shoe, They ti equal to custom made and look and
wear at welt, Ifycu with to economize In your footwear,
do to by purchasing W. L, Douglas Shoes. Namo and
pries stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
JT, I DODOLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
The House Mover.
151 Marlon Street.
lias the best facilities lor moving and rais
ing houses. tave orders at Uruy llros., or
address Halem, Oregon.
From Terminal or Inferior Points (bs
la the line to tak
To all Points East and South.
It Is thedlnlng car route, it runs through
vestibule trains, every day Intbuyrario
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(No change of cars.)
OompefM of dining cars unsurpassed,
l'nllinan drawing room sleepers
;of latest equlpiuonl
llest that can be constructed and U) vbiob
aooommodallttts are both tree und Ur.
nlsbed for holders of first Hnd see ,nd tut.
ELEGAKT DAY UOAOITES.
A.contlnnots Una eonnettlng with all
lln.s.aQordlng direct t-ud uuUiterrupied
fullman sli yf -- 'loncan beae.
cured In a4vr .u . any ari-i't o
Through tloU to aud from all onls
tn America, Kngland and Kuroiw cah tt
purchased at auy ticket oftlc oi tliUonai
Kulllnronnatlon concerning Mtea. time
cm a?pllixallon to uuy arout or
A. P. CHAHLTON.
Aaslataat Oenerai lassui.er AgeUI, No,
S.I r2 iree, ew. WMniaepon; iwi-
MKKfBrL'H ayajMBf m
2.25 1. mk
On h cter System,
TO CONSUMERS :
'ilio"flim Light nni Power romnnny ot
e el .it-nu have uiulpprrt tholr ElrHrto
I.IkIi! iiiut with (hojn ri mod ruupparatns
Mid 'i i- tif.v Wo io oil r the publln a better
llithl llinr -tny y em ant nt u rate lower
than uuy on j ru ihm.o.'.
iiv und Innwidcsrciit Light
ing. Hcctric Motors lor all
lHi'rposIcs where iiiwer is rc
qui.i'il. He I .mirrgriei b lfl fiiritmt-iyi'Kbia
ns ilr.lrel n d iliu '"Jn-uiiiien. lmj fir only
uo' lUhln nr- ti c.J. Tills btliiij registered
by hi, f. oniric Mfler. Office
179 Commercial St.
J. L BENNETT h SON.
P. O. Bloolc
T. W. TH0RNBURG,
Remodels, re-covers and repairs
upholstered furnltnre. First
cIiibb work. Chemeketa street,
Stato Insurance bloolc.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
A,dmltted to praotloe In all the courts.
Special attention given to German speak
ing, people and business at the county aud
stato offices. K. IIOFKlt, NoUry Public
The Yaquina Route.
And Oregon Development company's steam
Mi I p line. 22S miles shorter, 0 hours lees
titan than by any other route, First class
through passenger and freight line from
Portland and nil joints lu the Willamette
valley to aud fromlan Francisco.
T1MK HOUKDUJLE, (Except Sunday.)
f.v Albany 1:00 p m I liT Corvallls 1:40 p ra
Ar Ynaulna-fi:t0 pmlLv Yaquina l:l'm
l,v Corvallls. 10:35 am Ar Albany. 11:10a m
O. & O. trains connect at Albany and Cor
vallls. Tbo above trains connect at Vaqulua with
the Oregon Development Co.'s line of steam
ers between Yaquina and ban Franelsoo
N. U. lasseugers from Portland, and all
Willamette valley points can make close con
nection with the trains of the Yaquina Hoate
at Albany or Uorvsllls and If desllned'te) Haa
Krouclsco, should arrange to arrive at Yaquina
the ovenlng before dateof sailing.
Passenger and Freight 1 tales always the
lowest For Information apply to Messrs.
11UI.MAN Co.. Freight and Ticket Agents
300 and 302 Front street, Portland, Or., or
O. O. HOG UK, Ao't (Jcn'l Ft. S Pais. Agl.,
Or. I'acino It. H. (Jo . Oorvullts, Or.
r. H. IIA8WKLI,, jr., Qon'l Freight and
Pass. Agt. Ore. Development Co.,
301 Montgomery Bt
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Companv.
CAUrOKNIA SXVMCHH THAIlf BUN DAILY BS
TWCSM POUT1.AMUAHDB. V,
7,-u; p. in.
:1b p. m,
TJ3& a, m
6:29 a. m
Ar. Han Fran. I.v. I 7:00 p. m
AnovetruiUH stop only "ut followTug stations
north of Itoseburg, Kast Portland Oregon City,
woouuuru, naieui, Aiunuy langeni, aneaaa.
H:80 a. m.
11:17 a. m
1:60 p. m.
i.v. i i:su p,
7.-00 a, au
Albany Local, Dally Kxeept Nuuday.
5O0 p. m.
ITvI Portland Ar. iftJMsviu,
tiV) Balem Lr. I TM a. m.
Ar. Albany l.yjooa. m.
iMulng Cars on Ogricit Konte
PDLLMAN BUFFET SLEEFHRS
Sbcond Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
(Vest Side Dmsiw, Betwcei MM
tAIl-Y. (KXCItrT HUNDAT).
lifcis p. ni. 1 Ar.
&TB p. 111.
i o p. m.
At Albany and Corvallls connect wltn
trains f Oregon PaIBn Kallmad.
KXFHEWtTIIAIN I DAILY BXCKITrlUHDA V
TnypTKiTT'Lv, PortlancT Ar.1 ifciSa, w.
7Ai p. tn. I Ar. MoMtr.nvHlq I.T.I kftm
To ell points In the r'a.ttm Mates, Canada
and Kurope can be obtained U lowsat rt
iruiu w, vv. nflvmnnn, .ajvii., rain,
K.P. iioiiKitn. Ast. si. r. ana k, Ag-i
It, KOKIII.Kli, Mars-tr
WISC0S1N CENT1UL UNES.
(Nerthern PatUt R, R. Co., Istaee.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Tr!n Daily.
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