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JBTOBKntt 0AJfc?LT?.AJCi JOUBHAJtj,HnKrilSDAYAtJGXJS 10,-188.
Mr.'j: It. BHUman
" am Truly Thankful
For ITood's Sarsaparilla. In tbo war I con
ractod typhoid ferer.and fever and ague,
leaving mo with malarial and mercn
rlnl poisoning from which I have suffered
ever since, In neuralgia, rheumatism, ner
vou jprostrntlaa and eeneral debility.
Since I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I
have not lost a day's work In 3 months, and
am In better health than any time since tha
war." J. II. BTlLuay, Cheltenham, Vu
Hood's Pills cure Llrer Ills. 25c
World's Fair, Chicago.
.. Calumet Avenne una JOlti Street.
unTEl a a Fireproof t 341 rooms; near Fair
tlU 1 Sab Grounds! baths on oTorj Door.
American ana rinropcwipiwiB.
oxeu wrua ior cucuiu
The Crisis in Commerce Slowlj
Gold Movement! Continue from Europe
and the Sides Keep Clearing for
New York, Aug. 9. Wm. F. R. Mills
vas today appointed receiver of, tlu,
Hamilton Loan & Trust company at
150 Broadway. F. W. Popple was ap-
pointed at Denver, Colorado, a few dayt
ago receiver of the property of tht
company In the Northwest, It having
branches at Kearney, Neb., Denver
Omaha, and Tacoma.
The company was organized in March
U'S7 to make loans on farm mortgager
and guarantee them. The compan
has loaned, It Is said, over $2,000,000 or
western farms and had a paid In' cap
ital of $359,000. At the office it was
sold today that a receiver should have
been appointed as a matter of protec
tion and to save assets, as'lt is claimed
there is a large surplus of assets ovei
the liabilities. The outside capital
stock is $330,000, and the assets are ovei
New York, Aug. 9. A large crowd of
small depositors assembled before the
St. Nicholas bank, which refused to
clear for the Madison Square bank, and
a run was started. Later, however.
Henry Goldstein, the millionaire coal
dealer, agreed to bond himself In the
sum of $300,000 to pay all depositors
and the run stopped.
Nashville, Tenn., Augr. 9. The First
National bank of this city, the oldest
national Institution Bouth of the Ohio
river, closed Its doors this afternoon.
The capital was $1,000,000; deposits I
$1,000,000; surplus fund and undivided
profits $100,000. Directors of the Fourth
National bank and other capitalists
representing several million dollars
worth of property have signed a .guar
antee pledging themselves and indi
vidual estates to the payment of all
The directors of the City Savings
bank held a meeting tonight and de
cided to suspend payment for sixty
days. The bank is considered solvent,
An uneasy feeling prevails.
London, Aujr. 9. The aura of 495,000
In gold was withdrawn from the Bank
of England for shipment to the United
States today. The Bank of England
Is charging a premium on eagles and
Is holding bar gold at a higher rate.
The sum of 830,000 was shipped today
for New York. .
New York, Aug. 9. EUInger Bros,
havo been advised by cable that the
report from San Francisco on the 4th,
giving mall advices from San Jose de
Costa Rica, stating a disastrous state
of affairs prevailed there and the, Ban
co de la Union was In financial dif
ficulties and Its notes were no longer
uccepted In Commercial circles, Is, so
far as It relates to the bank, utterly
false. The capital of the Banco de la
Union Is J1.800.00Q: surplus, 500,000; re
serve fund, J250.000. A dividend de
clared June SOth was paid. July 10th
the cash on hand was 11.510,000. EU
Inger Bros, further say the circulation
of the bank Is guaranteed by the gov
ernment, and Its notes are accepted
by everybody and are a legal tender
for taxes, duties, etc.
Chicago, Aug. 9. Armour & Co. today
bought $500,000 in gold In Europe for
Immediate Importation. It Is said to
be the first purchase of the, kind by-a
purely commercial - house. T1hU com
pany contemplates further purchases.
The move la said to be In the Interest
of relieving the financial stringency.
Before Going to ths Wortd'a Fair
The Limited Expreea trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee A St. Paul , Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago. ...
Tbeae trains are vestibuled, electric
lighted and steam heated, with the flu
ent Dining and Sleeping Car Service in
TheEIectrlo reading light in each
berth is the successful novelty of this
progreasiveage, and Is highly appreciat
ed hy all regular patrouB of this line.
We wish others to know Us merits, a
tbe Cblmiro Milwaukee A St. Paul lull-
way Is I he only line in the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further Information apply o
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
l J Eddy, General Agent,
J W. CAsrr.Trav.Paas. Agt,
226 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
Tub Joukai has set BepU 1st
Mmes saslng op.
Ib that misery experienced' when
suddenly mado aware that you
possess a diabolical arrangement
called stomach. No two dyspep
tics hare the same predominant
symptoms, hut whaterer ' form
The underlying cause is
in the LTFEB,
and one thing is certain no one
will remain a dyspeptic who will
Qni It will correct
Acidity or mo
Xxpel foul eases.
'and at the same.
Start the JAver working and
all bodily ailments
"Forimoie tfcsn three years I suffered with
Dyspepsia In Us wont form. I tried serend
doctort, but they tfforded no relief. Atlattltried
Simmons Liver Regulator, which cured me la a
short time. It Is a good medicine. I would not
be without it." James A. Roams, Philad'a, Pa.
" As a general family remedy for Dyspepsia,
Torpid liver, Conitipation, etc.. I hardly eves
use anything elte, and have never been dkap.
pointed in the effect produced; it seems to b
almott a perfect cure for all dilutes of the Stomach
and Bowels." W J. McEutoT, Macon. Go.
Tue Polk farmers Invested $S.OO each
In the One Cent Daily yesterday.
Sal-m has a youn man In G. (B,
Clement who is-winning golden fame
as a detective.
Tue One Cent Daily is coming to
be the acknowledged hop paper'of this
The Democratic party la not exactly
the great apoatle of the boom. Few
tbiDgs that have not been shrinking
since it went into power.
1 It la rather late lo discover that Ore
gon has no representative on the lia,
ional Board of World's Fair Commis--ilouers.
The Independent ought to be happy,
t has at last been noticed by the gov
Tnor who says in substance that Bupt.
Downing has but one fault, he will noi
readily pungle up.
The state law says that "Out of the
first monies received for taxes," ,the
eouuty treasurer shall pay state taxes.
1'bislaw is ignored by the Portland
money lenders and politicians.
Our news service Is dtill more com
plete. All dlcpatobea of the associated
press received after the, hour of going
to press will be found on our infeidi
pages. AH the news for a cent a day.
Next time the labor orgauizations of
our country may not unite to put lu
power a gold bug, free trade admlbiai
t ration. They did that. lust fall awl
have 'plenty of time to -think about if.
Those Eastern Oregon couuterfelterr
do not agree with Grover Cleveland In
their fioauclal methods. They aro try
l,nK to make bad dollars good. Ho is,
trying to make good silver dollars
Baker City, Aug. 9. The Virtue gold
mine this evening sent In a10.000 clean
up, the result of a fifteen days run on
the stamps of the Mabel mine, e2,000
for five days In the two-stamp mill.
Eight thousand dollars were received
from the mines yesterday.
Albany, Or., Aug. 9. A report from
Coburg says the farm house of W. P.
Barger and the public school building
three miles from Coburg were de
stroyed by fire .Monday forenoon. The
fire caught from a burning wheat field.
Two Germans, deserters from a vessel
In Portland, gave the officers here a
lively chase today. One of them was
supposed to be Fredericks who re
cently shot a brakeman at Gold Kun,
Cal., and afterwards killed the sheriff,
but on being arrested In a grain field
where he had concealed himself he was
fdund'to be the wrong man rnd was
Governor Pennover s esterday issued a
proclamation calling the attention of
the people- of Oregon to a law passed
,'it' the last session of the legislature,
which makes It punishable by a fine
for any person to kindle a fire on land
not his own and a misdemeanor to fret
I fire to any wooded country or forest
belonging to the state or to the United
States, punishable by a fine not ex
ceeding 11,000 or imprisonment not ex
ceeding one year,, or by both such fine
DOWN OO TKK XATMI
The Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and tbelr
through car arrangements, mannlHc
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car svnd
fast time, make it the best time to tray
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dsllv at 8:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Thr-
ratet) are now within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
them to visit the world's fair and their
friends In the eait. Bend for ratwi and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tickets until aftr conaultlng Boise 4
Barker, agents, Balm. Or.
' W, H. Hoblburt,
AssH Gn'IRss, Afutu-,PA,
. LIQUID AIR.
A Snrcesfnt Kxperlment Thai Verified
One Mado Some Years He fore.
Tho hoiling points of oxygon -and
nitrogen-are respectively 378.8fcfuid
B3G degtees F. lxslow tharfrooririg'
point of water, ntid thureforettSe&o
aro tlio highest teinporatrcs"at
rhich they can bo seen as-liquids.
The most remarkable liquefaction
which hair yctwbeon? accomplished,
however, i3 that of air. ' The, two
pases of which it is almost 'entirely
composed nro oxygen, and nitrogen,
and Binco those have- different'-boiling
pointa 16 would nnturdlly bo sup
posedas ibwaa supposod-r-that they
would liquefyr separately,, the oxyi
gen, Which has tlio- higher boiling
point, first and thoi-nitrogeq, after
So indubitable dido thiai-easoning
appeanthat thoughtHoyeara ago a
Braall quantity of iliqiiidi atmospheric
air waa actuallyprodueodbytwo
continental-scientists they were told
thai they, must have been mistaken
and that ''their supposed' liquid air
was not-air, at alh Thcf audience
which -was sof ortunuto an to witness
Prof tssoE'DQwar18' remarkable exper
iments at the- Royal-inatitutiom re-.
ceived ocular demonstration. Ihafc'the
too confident' critics-woro'rwrong.
Liquid atmosphoricair -was produced
inconsiderable duantitie?, and soine
of' it poured into. a'.-wineglafiSnUnd
' It was at first in a-stato'.bfrryiolent
ebullition," butr'this-soon 'eerufedstbnd
a gentle and finally olmobt imper
ceptible1 teffervescenco took its place,
the liquid idr being1 apparently in no
hurry whatever to resume1 its ordi
nary gaseous condition. This was not
tho least striking part of a most
Btrildng experiment, for at an ordi
nary'temperature tons of pressure to
the sciuareinch would not havo re
tained tho air in a liquid state, yet
there it "was in an open vessel and
apparently exposed to tho temper
aturo of tho lectureroom, but it was
All liquids when boiling absorb
heat, and liquid air is no exception
to the rule; therefore on being
poured into'the glass it 'immediately
absorbed all the .heati it .could get
from that source, nnd there waSi no
other available save the immediately
surrounding air, but this air was it
self just givon. off from tho liquid,
state and was at the low'tempera
ture of the boiling point. In conse
quence suffioienMieftkwaB'mot) forth
coming to mainuuu uuuumuu, uuu
the. liquid air was 'compelled to evap
orate with comparative deliberation,
A HISTORIC -BLUNDER.
Jefferson Davis Was Once Arrested In At
lanta as a rielcpocket.
It is not generally .known that Jef
ferson Davis was onco arrested nnd
held prisoner in Atlanta charged with
In 1857 or 1858 ;Miv Davis, who tas
then secretary of war, was traveling
from i Richmond to Mississippi. On
the same train was 'Sam Nohle, tho
founder of the big iron works I in
Rome nnd Anniston.
Mrr Noble had but recently come
over. from England and was on a
prctepeoting tour. Ho had with liim
a small hand Batchol containing
$1,000 in gold. When Atlanta waaj
reached, the dismay of Mr. Noble
may bo imagined when ho found jhu.
satchel gone. Ho gavo tho alarm, and
city marshal E. P. Hunnicutond jhis
deputy, Ben TVilliford, respdhdd at
onco. They learned .that a nuhit, ub
nssumincr man had occupied tho sent
witlr;Noble,.and after ashortBeafr-ch,;
thevfouhdi maeed him! uudonarrest
and carried him to Washington Hhll.(
Una stranger iook. his arrest- vpry
.fiuietly (and. said: i'lv not .Allison
I Nelson the mayor of your town?
1 Well, I think if you will bring him
hero I can' be identified." ,
Tho arrest of a person charged
with picking pockets waa unusual in
Atlanta, and tno prisoner was sur
rounded by a, gaping, staring crowd.
Tho mavor camo.and as he crossed
tho threshold ho glanced around rthe
room until his eyes rested on ithe
Willi a Bhdut of joy, his arms out
stretched. he.Bnranrr forward.
'Jeff Davis, God Mesa your eoull
Where did you como from! Gen1 tic-'
men, I fought under this man inltho
Mexican war. He is tho secretary
lowed Tho officers began another
investigation and finally recovered
the.money from tue negro iroui pox at. uuu vuu - 7' . inn
jz: J tlio other, although the pipe is 8(120
Messrs Hunnicut and Willlfordl are feet in length. Whon soma -tarper-Rtm
alive: Mr. Noble nnd Mayor lmentsluthls lhio were Uinfficoa
Nelson aro dead, but there are many dueted,a pistol fired at oneen.tJ
old men in Atlanta today who were tube actually blow out a lihU4caa
presSit in Washington Hall when. j.dlluld at tho otlior and vtokat,
K!7iV.- M,rrM.AUantaIIerald. ly ejected the shavings, featbera.
im tivr sT4 ypr'-, rt
tUitut I mt 4Uttt
Tha Wall ufliuonU Player.
Tho Central park tennis courts aro
so well patronized that they cover
tho nvailnblo ground Hko tho squared
of n checkor board, and tho players
aro almost lbow to elbow.
Thin has 'resulted in an unwritten
law that every player shall "fiohTor ;
throw Iwtck to- its ownor otery ball
which Htrays from its proper court '
into hia court, 'iho reply ror tno
courtCi?y is invariably, "Thank you I"
'I he next stp from this was easy,
Not knowing your neighbor's name
three timtM out of a hundred you ore
iiiiablo to call hia nttention in any
very graceful manner to your bait
which, has rolled into his court un
Kcnn bv liiin.
To shout "Say Tat him or'il'' '
is not dignified To call out "Mister I''
or "Oh, mister I" is stiff. To yell,
"Oh, mit'mn I" is jlangerous, for sho -
may boa miss or vice versa. Bo play
era havo fallen into the way in such
cases of, shouting, "Thank you I" with
tho emphasis . on. 'you, at tho samo
time Indicating tho person addressed
by pointing with tho racket.
Tho player so pointed at under
stands that ho is being thanked in
he' has not yet seen.
But the, absurdity comes in when
the person nddrpssed is so engrossed
in his own play that ho does not hear
or hood the call at once, and then, tho
petitioner comes out in imploring
tones'with this incongruous jumblo
of werds: ''Thank you, please I
Thank you, pleasol"
And alliover tho lawn on a crowd
ed day thifl queer wail sounds from
morn tenight: "Thank you, please I
Oh, thank you, -please 1" New Yorb
Count Tolstoi's Views uf Poetry.
Ooun&Leo Tolstoi' has received in
Moscow a visit from' an aspiring
young Russian poor, whd had pre
viously sent aqopy'.of his productions
to'thoj great vromancistr and philoso1
pher. iAt-ithisiintorview tho .count
said: "I have read your bookv or at
least tho 'greater "part of it But 1
must tell you at onco, and frankly,
that I entertain a, gonoral dislike to
all poetry, and for this roason-rthnt
it preventsionfl from giving a clear,
sion to one's thoughts and ideas.1 Why
should we1 laboriously strain to con
form our -icxpnsssiou to tho rhyth
mical and metrical rules of-versification
-when'tiwo mnutheahetter and
moro clearly 'convoy our thoughts i in
Bimplepand Jncid prosef It iSasif, In
stead of permitting mo tho freo use
of my limbfl,.you,tather,my.legs and
mako me hobble around tho object of
"III firilH.rilElltlMUIXJlllLiL. LiUUULDUUalU
, "Ti-",T lmw0
compruueiujiveiy ncooiu oi..ji
strivo so to construct ray langungo
that every reader, oven ho of tho
scantiest intelligence, can, without
tho slightest trouble or refloctiom
at onco grasp my meaning. If I
wrote, in verso,' my primary and dis
tracting labor would, bo t,o conform
to tho laws and rules' of versification,
and my readers would bo left to sift
out fer: themselves uio uiouguia anu
ideas I wished to convey. If d-may
bo perfectly frank with ou," said the
count, with a pecullnrly bitter ex
nression on his face, "I would Say
-thati verses are generally .thoiprodho-
tion of literary wantonness, utorary
frivolity and literary i6olortco.,,
The Mean Han Heard It.
A young fellow dining in tho BUb
trrba tho other night endeavored to
mako himself agroeablo by a succes
sion of "good stories" which bo had
gathered in tho city. Ono concerned
a man (name unknown) who waa bo
phenominally mean that ho sent half
a turkey to each of his tenants) at
Christmastime. Afterward at home
he chanced to Bpeak of tho ovpning I
and of this pleasing talo to tho orig
'Did your audience soem Interest
ed.1' ho was asked.
"I don't remember not particu
larly, I think. Why?"
Thero was a malicious grin acepm-
Eanying tho answer, "Because ypur
ost was tho mean man. "Philadel
Sound Heard a Long- Distance.
When wo aro so situated as to bs
able to confine sound wavoa, m in a
tiiro or nine, a very slight disturb
ance can bo beard for a longdistance,
i fn the cast iron water pip of Paris,
which forms a continuoua tube,vflth
only two slight crooks, and these
near its middle .the ( lowest whhrpcr
i . ,l,lti no1 rtAAn vilannA
In ono end of tlio pipe by tho exper
imenters: -St. Lon Republic.
Dlvvrra In Various Couatrles.
A statistician who has been look
ing intoftthe matter of divorce has
found that the projwrtlon of divorces
to population U least of all in Ire
landonly ono divorce to overy 400,
000 inhabitants. In tho United
States the projwrtlon of divorces la
ominously lurge, 88.71 to uvory JP0,
000 of population, the largest known,
in fact, save in Japan, the figures
for that happy empire being 608.45
divecc to every 100,000 of popuk
What Id tho condition of yours? Is your fralr dry.
tWh. brittle? Dot
feniatied ?' Is it'f all of dandruff ? Docs your scalp Itch ?
Is K dry or la attested condition ? If these arosomtf of
y oursy mptoma Vo warned In tlmd or y oil wHl bscwno bald.
U what rou need. Its ttrednetlon Is cot an accident, but the malt of sdontlflo
rtMrcb, Knowledsaot the SHseasesof the fcolraad scalp ltd to thsdlaeoT.
irnf linwtaifMitham. rKtiookum "contains rxiltber mlaarslino!1 oils. II
stsutaOrs,butoaUihtfslIr.eociUaf And tefreihlne Tcnto. J Iiratlrat
tBS foUlcle. (t sfopsaUlnakMir, Wr iadrnff ln4 armies hairt
tw trin tha seain eleoa.
tho tue; of tookvm fim isbqp. It Cestiojs paraUit Siueets, uhieh ftl on
and dutrev tfa-hair. ..... . ....
If Toorslrncglitpssi"' sootilr yw seart direct to ns, and will forward
aeia, on receipt of arte. Grower, $IM psr botUs for tMO. Bsp,goo.
. 87 tlaath vlfth
Natural Wood Finishing.
Cor, 30th and ChemoleU Street.
Beet meat and free delivery.
PBOFESSIONAIj AND BTJSINEBSOATRDa.
r. u. D'ARor. oio. o, bxhouam.
D'AUOY A BINGHAM, Attorneys at Law.
Itooms 1, a and 8 li'Ator Hundin. Ml
State street Spqelal attention given to bdsl-
nws in we supreme suu oireuu """
state. a u
V. UOISE. Attornty at taw, ,Balem,Ort
Ron. Office Z71 Commercial street.
fTULMON FORD, Attoxneyt at 'law-, Saloin,
X Oregon. Office up stairs in Patten plot.
J. BlQGKK. Attorney at law,8alom, Ore
gon. Offlco over Hush's bank.
T J.BUAW.'M.W.UUNT. SHAWAUUNI
J . Attorneys at law. Offlpe over Capital
National bank, Halem, Oregon.
JOHN A. OAR-ION, Attorney at law, roptnt
K and 4, Hush1 bonk bnUdlng.-HaleBi.Or.
H jrl HONhAM. W.H. JIOJUME8
ON HAM A UUL,AIIS9. Aiwrnw" i. "i.
office in Dush block, between 'State ano
urt, ou Oomraerclal street.
I'OGUK, iBtenogropher and jTjpe
ltest nest eaulpped ty pewrltlngror-
ilco but one In
.-- ---i -mr--i i . -l
Oregon, over busuh.uuuk,
BUEUMAN. Typewriting and
oommerclal'slenojtraphy,' room 11, U fay
iTlrsMjloss work, iiiaiee reasuuauio.
' ' ' . . - -..
'Ttt A, DAVIUlLate, Post Graduate pj w
York, gives special attention to the dta
of women and children, nose, throat.
lungs, kidneys, skin, disease an
Office at residence', loi Btate street.
Uon from 9 to 12 a. rat and S to 5 P. m. 7-1-dtn
1 ill varnr im NTl UTtrtriKON.
ce Slorommerclal streot.ln Eldrldge block.
UfSlueuCO HO IXHnmerciBI qucc.
S. geon. 'onice, Murphy uiolk; residence,
15, i ommerclal street.
rvit.T.O. 8UITII, .DentlsU M stale, street
D Salem; Oregon. KlDlshed'dental'opera,
lions (of overr ' description, rainless .opera
tlons a specialty.
J' O.OIUF1TII. DKtfTlST. SALBM, OIlKi
, gpn. Office hours.frorn 8 a m lofpim
Ml worH goaranteed. Offlce ver J. J Dal;
rymple's store, corner Court and Commercial
WI), i'UOIl, ArcblteeVplatts. PclOca.
. tlons and superintendence for alj
classes ol buildings. 'Offlco '290 Commercial
street up stairs.
PllOTEOriON LOpOK NO. 8 A.
MmIi In their Miall In Htata
o. u. w--
Gliding, over Wev. M. w.
J, A. 8 ECLWOOD.Ilecorder.
The -LINE That
1 DAYS to
lours ulcker i0J, Mi Ka"'
ullman snd Tourist 5lepen, Free Reclln
Intr Chair Csn, Ofnlng Can,
tor rawa and general laformatiun caU oo
W. II. 1IUBLHURT, Aast, O, V. A,
3M WaaktogUjn Bu,
A New Remedy
re, wKs 0it M Alto m
11 putkuLn sj1 rnti-tn. U
JSi mrnur and - poJ
" ?" rrri rz. wthLut un
ri TZZliiii m TiS V . r-r.
H0FFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
1 19 nnt Stsst rOOTXAKB, OS.
li77iLiMai biitwl tKfM ors. Il ks,y
t pnxuiKic YvlmJ?
- - .vswwvvw'j'j'jw
It sdIH at the cnd3? Has it a
Does it fall out when combed or
fcealthT. oad free from Irrltattnr rnntlons. br
ROOT HAIK UKOWEK CO.,
ArsBBe, ,New Yark, H. T.
J. . tMUIlPKY.
Xorl6y & Winstauley.
Bhop 213 nigh street.
Only 3 oenta a day delivered at
Good mnata, rrompt delivery.
JOHN C. MARTIN.
State Street, - - ' Batem
Ieave orders at Salem tm
provcrnentCq.,,05 State street,
J. H. HAAS,
THE' WAT O H'M AK!ER,
'2ISK Commsrtlsl St., S1m Org".
(Next door to Klein's.)!
ijpeeUltyof Spectaoles,,and repairing-Clocks,'
Wathw and .lowalrv
Smith Premier Typewriter.
Sold on easy payments. For1 Bent.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem,
U.N.inUHl'ElI.aen'Ugenl, JOlffrhlrd PU
Portland. Bend for)nalalngue.
W. L. DOUGLAS
3 SHOE xoTWr.
Do m WW thm? Whs nxt tn n4 try S ptk.
est In the world.
If ywnrwt (Ins DRESS 8H0L mie la the ItW
hlM, don't piy $6 to S try Y 53, $ MO, $4.00 ef
$lShe. Tkv fit 6quillo custom rfiadasftdMsM
wsr u wtlt, If you with to Konomi In your fovHtv,
do to by purchiilnr W. L. Douglu Sheet, Nm ni
eric tmpd wt tbs bottom, look fcf It whsn you buy
W. Xm DODOUUI, Brecktoo, Mass. Sold by
The House Mover.
451 Marlon Street.
Has the best facilities lor moving and rals-
nouses. iLieave oraers m ir uru,, wi
address Halem, Oregon.
From Ttmisal or Interior Points lh
lithe line tojlske
To all Points East and Soutb.
It Is thedlnlag car runt, ltruns througt
vesUbule trains, every day Inthoyeartc
ST. PADL AND CDICAGO
(No change of oars.)
Oompased of dining oars unsurpassed,
IuUmun drawing room sleepers.
;of latest aqufnuieBl
Best that can h constructed and la which
acoonBAOdatlaas are totU re and lur.
nlsbed for holSws of Srst and aeooud-olaw
ELEOAMT DAY OOAOHKH,
Aeontlnnocs Hat aeaMjtlne with all
Unas, aflordim dljeci nnd uninterrupted
l'ullman sl i 'nionirau bs.
enrad tn adYk'T any agent ol
Through tloketii tn and from all pluU
In ArasrW, Kngland and Bump can be
paratesaSHlany Woketomosol thLioonv
. 44.0sflt' 1
run ..rmui shbva w
On Itlctci System.
TO CONBUMEH8 1
TberMlem Light nnd I'ower Coiilprtny at
great expense liayo eqtilpped their Kleetno
l.lLt plant with the m st modirn uppamtrM
mid tuoiiowr stile to ofler the pnhllo a better
Mslit limn any sytem nnd at a rata lower
tnu but city on the coast.
Arc nnd Incandescent ilyfetV
lot;. Hcctrlc Motors for nil
flurpttsea wlHir frowcr fa re
quired. lle-Monres enn be wired for iw many light
a desired una tho consumers pay for only
sachilltf ht n ore ood. This betug registered
by svn Electno Meter. Offlco
179 Commercial ,St.
J. L BENNETT & SON.
' V. O. BlobVc
T. W. TH0RNBURG,
Bemodeli, re-covers ftd replr;
nnholstered furniture. FlrsUj
dais work. Oheraaketa street
Bute Insuranoe blooJc
.P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
Admitted to practice In all the court.
BpeclaJ attention given to Gersaaa ?
Inir people and business at tho county and
staWoffloeB. B. HOFEll, Kotary IMblle.
The Yaqulna Route.
OREGON PAW I &
And Orecon Development company'i
shin line. 226 miles shorter. M hours
une.lhaa br. any other, route.i First class
through passenger and freight line from
VOitlaDd and all joints In tho Willamette
valler to and from nan Francisco,
TIME SOUEDULK, (Except Bunday.l
Ly Albany I.-00 p m I Lv Oorvallls 1:10 p m
Ar Yaaulna6:80 p m Lv Yaqulna ft m
Lv Oorvallls. 10:35 am Ar Albany 11:10a m
O. & O. trains connect at Albany and' Co
vallls. .... , ,.
The above trains connect at Yaqulna with
the Oregon Development uo.s line 02 mean
ers between Yaqulna and ttaa Francisco
bm I'ortlaud and all
Willamette valley potBtacaasnako close, eon-
lection with tho tre niof the Yaqulna jwnta
h trains of the Yaau
it Albany or Corvalllft and If destined ta Han
HTancisoo, inonia arrange uismiosi iujuiu
tho evening before date of sailing. ....
ttusenger and Fielaht Bates always the
lowest For Jntbrmatlon apply ,to Messrs.
UULMAN ft Co.. Freight and Ticket AgenU
M0 and SOB Front street, I'ortlaud, Or., or
O. O. JJOOUK, Ao'UUen'l Ft. I'ass. Agt
Or. laclno ft. K Co . Oorvallls, Or.
C. II. HABWKLL, ir,( Gcn'l Freight and
Fass. Agt, Oro. DeTeloproent Co.,
UH Montgomery Ht
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
CAMroiwiA Kirnrsa tkajw run tuily i
TWKiM POBTlJtHDAMDfl. r.
1M p. tn.
7:3ft a. ro
A.Ttk)VO trains stop only at folipwlng ststlona
north of Boseburg, East I'ortland Orjgon Olty,
Woodburn, Halem, Albany Tangent. Hbedds.
8:30 a. w,
11:17 a. m
Ar.) op. .
Lv. I 1:40 p. m.
Ly. 70 a.m
GO o. m.
DIuIhk Cksx oh OkIoh Rente
PDLLMAN BUFFET SfcBBFKRS
Second Oiass Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
rVestSido DiviswB, Betwees Fertlu.
rAILT. (aXCTCPT BOMBAY).
&1S p. in.
17: 16 p. m,
At Albany and l5orrallts connect
trains nf Orecon I'artfln Kallrvad
XfKSralTKAUl IllalbV a.'KKTWUWl
4:40 p. m. fLv, Portland Ar. I
7:26 p. m. lAr. MoMlnnvllla Lv. I
Tp all polnla tn the Pastern Mates. Canada
and Uuropa ran We obtained at lowest rabra
trow w. W. aKINNKK. Ageut, ttalew,
R. KOKIII.KK, Manaasr
WlflSl CENTRAL UHBT
IHofthws FkMc R. R. Cs.( Lmm.)
Two Through Train Daily
4 0Aru jPaliHi-a
J ()Mili Ashlaad. a
fleketssald and hacoais
to all points In the UnTWIS
MsM aad CaasJha.
Closo ooonsotloa mad Ia Cklaa wtik all
Indus g-oieg al at
I ana HimtW.
yurnH inform tlo aelr to ytr jjis
haJifl'TMMhiilstiiist'iair'i'iiirrirrfi-M y ' ui