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EVSNTN'O CAPITAL JOTTKHTAIi. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER LI, 1898.
the cinch jomal.
FOULWUKD DAILY, KXCEW HUNUAV,
BT THB "
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
! atofflc B'oek. Commercial BlreeU
H0FE8BR0THERS, - - - Editor.
Ually, tryea rler.jwr rountb
Dally, by mall, r' Jr,
Weekly. pgS Pr ytr
with f.TOOO In the citv treasury a
nnrklrtor man 'cafinot Set a' warrant
cashed 'Warrant draw 8 per cent
Interest and'are Isold'at a discount audi
there ire thcee who opp e tlfeddea of
allowing the bolder of. a . warrant to
tjru it against a claWii of the city.
Tile $5wlu the cUy treasury is held
ostensibly to rmy intertrtt on city bonds.
Tne coupon cllriper lias his IntertsFjh
gold secured fort'lbi fn ndv-nncVwbU
the working tuu must take dt-preeiat-ed
There Is no longer much justice h
wbat Is called government. Tw
claw" cou'end furspoiU ofllelals wh
multiply fees and financiers who ban
die nubile moneys. These are the
great rlvalrf who prefi: U IbelaspH.yer'j'
cupidity in the name of government h
city, coupty, stMte and nitiou.
Our prisons undjUsylurn are crowded
with the victims of ale ibol and narcot
lea as a result ot physicians prescribes,
whisky for men and tuurpbiue io'
women. Some physicians and somt
schools of medicine do uot preterit
these poisons, but ennugb do, whether
they be quacks, irregulars or regular
to fill the land with inebriates aud
fiends as a result of such malpractice.
Tbe pbjrsician who prescribes alcohol
as a tonic or source of strength, or mor
phlneaa a sedative, or producer of sleep,
is a back number In his profession am:
society should be protected against
him. Tbe O. B. I. A. and cures are
full of misguided victims of such alleged
medical science. There sboutd be a law
declaring It malpractice.
COST OP THE PANIC.
(Orrgonlan, Oct 10th )
The Springtleld Republican, com
menting upon the shrinkage of $20,000.-
000 in revenue receipts for tbe quarter
ending September 30th, leaving u deficit
for tbe quarter of nearly as much, says:
"Nowhere did tbe panic leave deeper
marka than on tbe treasury's sources of
This is a thoughtless remark. Great
as tbe loss to tbe treasury is, it Is not a
fraction of t hat Inflicted upon tbe busi
nessoftbo country. There is uodt-
struction of value In tbis falling oft of
revenue. It is simply postponement of
taxation. Tbe conditions of business
it reflects do not indicate permanent
loss. They are simply less import,
and less consumption of beer, tobacco
and liquors. To diminish import of
luxuries and personal indulgence in
times like these is beneficial rather
than hurtful, aud tbe Industrie that
yield beer, tobacco and liquors can
probably bear depression better than
any others in the'couutry.
It Is different with tbe losses Inflicted
upon tbe private business of tbe coun
try by the panic These nre enormous
ly greater In amount and more perma
nently destructive of value. The loss
of Interest on withdrawn deposits aud
other moneys condemned to idleness
by fear Is probably double the low of
treasury revenues. It Is known that
withdrawals from national banks
amount to over J20O.O0O.0O0 aud believed
that those from savings banks are at
least as much more. This Is uot all the
money coudemned to Idleness, since no
ftccouut Is made of wlthdiawals from
state and private banks nor of money
uotwilhdrawu, which banks do uot
dare to loan. Much of this money
will bo a long time In getting back Into
active employment aud forty mlllious
is a moderate estimate of interest upon
It sacrificed on account of the panic.
'Ibis la total aud permanent loss.
So Is tbe sacrifice producers have
beeu forced to make upon articles of ex
port, to meet the crushing pressure of
their debts under paulo c .millions.
Abnormally low prices lu the homo
market ure loss to the seller, but not to
the country, since the buyer gains aud,
through him, the consumer. But to
sacrifice un article sold for export Is io
lose the reduction of price. The loss to
this country this year ou wheat, cotton,
petroleum and other arttoles sold
abroad, cau hardly bo lew, in itself
alone, than the entire treasury deficit,
which Is uot loss at all,
A greater Item of eacrlfloo than any
of tbeao Is tho enormous execs of inter
ml paid by tbe business of the country
for money to carry it through the panic.
i aw i. uuv ptMUimo i.s w mo wuniry,
except In the cawofexportationof gold
te nwet demands of foreign bankers, '
but It Is a drain upoti active agencies of j
pmluctlou and exolmnge, a tribute
pm by commerco to niouey.ieiMerss ' price or round trip tickets, good for 10
a trauefer of that capital which I tile days to the Portlaud exposition at f3 35,
ehleflnBlrumentortrudeffoiu energetic Itioludlugone admission to tbeexposl'
employment throURhout tho country tion. Tickets on sale Monday, Wed
(p the money centers, Congestion of ucedaya aud Fridays only. tf
money at these centers Is always the
final eflect of a season of panic,, which
elves those wbo can-command-money
opportunity to speculate uporiMbe ne
cessities of thoee-who cannot.
APIS IOjp"9SID!e io compute tue bulub
paid In extraordinary interest and com
missions by tbe business of tbe country
for money necessary to carry tbem
tliroff&b tbe rtahlc. Tor some houses
they have been so enormous that it
would have beeu better for tbem, in
everything but honor, to take refuge Jn
receiverships till times improved. Tbe
payment of this unusual tribute will be
adrain on the bU-duess of tbe country
forears. Tbe losses for tbe whole
couutry'must be many' milliops, and
tbe eflect, aa pa meats become due and
ara made, will be new cobirestions in
the tuoSey filters and enlarged con-
tJSToftuV buelHeSTTorthf country b
'These afe'loeses tottecounttyvby the
panlc,"ln "comparison with which tht
treasury deficit is a baeatelle. They
probabfy amount, to more than all tbe
profits on tbe silver mining Interest
commerce has been maimed aud pros
perity has been destroyed to protect,
for the last fifteen years.
John Quickly Ext-mporized Five Tow
Tbis is a meaningless sentense, butil
contains all tbe letters of our alqhabet.
Five of tbe&e letter-j spell "woman,"
lUd large numbers of women believe in
the virtues of" Dr. Pietce's Favorlt
Pre-cription a strictly vegetable com
pound, for her use only, aud an uufuil
top cure for the many Ills that beset
her. It recuperates wasted strength,
(-rtore the Junctions to a normal cond
ition, and fit her to bear and real
Healthy otlspriiig; promotes digeslioi
tturifies the blood, abd give activity to
he bowels and kidneys, In a word, it
I4woman's cure and safeguard. Guar-mtt-ed
to give satisfaction, or its price
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Local Correspondence from
in the Valley.
Property is still changing hands in
Marion. John Christopher has bought
a lot, west of the depot, of W. J. Had-
ley. Jbonny contemplates building a
warehouse on it to store his bay.
Lafe George has moved to town. He
lives in Mrs. Harrison's bouse on Jef
A. E Cadwell has leased the ferry
east of town on tbe Scio road and will
move to it this week.
V. J. Hadley, of the firmorHadley
& White, left Tuesday on the 1 o'clock
train on a busiuess trip to bis farm and
old home iu Dallas county, Iowa. He
will probably take in the world's fair
before returning here. He took hi?
son Olin with him.
Joseph Cook is now comfortably
fixed iu bis new home.
Prof. Davis and Rev. Stoops of Jef
ferson, were lu town Tuesday on busi
ness. There will be a grand ball at tbe
Marion hotel uextFriday night. Good
muMc is promised, everybody invited.
Prof. Davis of Jefferson, has called a
meeting at the Friends' church next
Thursday night to try to organize a
class lu vocal music. We hope he will
succeed. The Prof. Is an experienced
Are Yott Nervous,
Are you all tired feellue or !ck head
ache? Y.iu cau be relieved of all thew
svmptomsby takijg Hood's da rsapa
rllla, which give, nerve, meutalsnd
bodily strength and thoroughly punfiet,
the blood. It also creates a good appe
tite, cures ludigestiou. heartburn aud
Hood's Pills are eaay to take, easy lu
ucttoti and sure in til ecu 23ceutsabox,
Men's heavy boots, Just the thing for
winter, at prices below all competition
at E. F. TOaboru'a Racket store. 2d lw
AH miserable sufferers with dyspep
sia can be cured by tilmmous Liver
The following letters remaining In
the Salem postofllce Oct. 10, 1S93, un
called for. Those calling for them
please say "advertised-"
Alexauder Love Borden T
lttwens Wu Beaty A H
Bradley J II (Joburu Wni
Criniu Lutle Ml Chambeau Jennie
Cramer Mrs Anule Kvaus Ellzt
Fletton J din
McCory C D
Ktrelt J uo A
Weaver D O
Henry J no
Mao Donald J 8
Spencer J N
Taylor J W
Whltuev H C
Wllsou T W
WelllujUou 8 A
A. N. OIL1JEBT, P. M.
Facta speak louder than words. Sliu
ihouh .uiver jteguiAtor doea cure bowel
Men's boots for f 1.0ft, worth double
the money, at K. P. Osboru'a Racket
store, 2d lw
The Southern Pacific baa placed the
A Bode Encllth Woman.
"Speaking, of British rudeness," re
marked a New York woman the other
day, "I'was invitedjast winter to receive
at a 'tea' given in honor of a distin
guished English woman, which left me
in no doubt whatever'-as to the conduct
of at least one of Britain's daughters.
This woman was, mark you, neither an
actress nor an author from whom pe-cnliarities-are-tobe
"expected, I under
stand but a well known aud active
worker in philanthropic and educational
"To begin with ehe came long before
the hour that theguests had been invited
to meet her, and so soon as the drawing
rooms began to fill she abruptly declared
she must take her leave, pleading by way
of excuse a very special at.d suddenly
remembered engagement! Nor was this
all. Prior to her departure she picked
up the long furred cloak that she had
characteristically dropped in one corner
of the room, and throwing it over her
shoulders she at the Eaine time sent
crashing to the floor a dainty tea table
that with its fragile freight was stand
"The rest of us fairly held our breath
it the total wreck of so much exquisite
jhina, but milady merely shrugged her
-houlders and with a 'What a nuisance
o have such nasty little things right in
r."-"s way,' sailed majestically ont of the
ia. Her Point of View in New
UomancB of the Word Chapel.
The word chapel has a highly roman
tic origin. It is associated with the story
of St. Martin's sharing his cloak with a
beggar. "Cloak" in late Latin is cap
pella, a little cloalc or cape, from cappa.
cloak, cape, cope. The Fraukish kings
preserved St. Martin's cloak as a sacred
relic. They had it carried before them
into battle aud used it to give sanctity
to oatlis. It was preserved in a sanctu
ary under the caro of special ministers
called cappellani or chnplaius-, and from
the ministers the name came to be at
tached to the building, in old Norse
French capele, Proveiical capella, Italr
ian capella and thence to any sanctuary
containing relics and so to any private
sanctuary or holy place. Philadelphia
More Emigrants Than Imtnlfirants.
Emigration from this port has for the
past six weeks, according to Dr. Senner.
exceeded immigration. Dr. Senner said
that so far as he knew such a state of
affairs had not been known in the recent
history of this country. Emigration
heretofore has been insignificant as com
pared with immigration. About six
weeks ago his attention was called to the
large decrease in immigration and the
heavy emigration. He has satisfied him
self that the outgoing now outnumber
tho incoming, bnt thus far ho has been
unable to obtain from the steamship
companies any statistics on the subject.
"We have been enforcing tbe contract
labor law," he said, "and it has had a
marked effect in convincing the steam
ship companies that it is for their inter
est as well as for ours to sift their
steerage lists more thoroughly. The
steamship companies are beginning to
realize that if onr laws are not strictly
enforced public opinion will become so
strong that immigration may be stopped.
As a consequence they are using more
care in booking passengers on the other
side, and the result is that we are get
ting fewer immigrants and better qual
ity. "Many of them, of course, are men
who came hero with the intention of
making a little money and then go
ing home. Fully 60 per cent of the
Italians come to this country with that
purpose, and after staying here a season
or two they go back to Italy. They con
stitute, with the Germans and tho Finns,
the great majority of the emigrants
who are leavins us now. That they
shonltl outnumber our immigrants, how
ever, is remarkable and, I think, unprec
edented." New York Sun.
Eugene Bertram and Bassett Willard
produced their new play, "The Engi
neer," at Albany, with marked success.
George H. Timmons is rehearsing a
new Irish drama called "The Kerry
Fair," written for him by Walter J.
Healy of Brooklyn.
The report is golug the rounds that
Abbey, Schoeffel & Gran have secured
an optiou on au available piece of real
estato in Boston, with a view to building
new theater in that city.
R. E. Graham began his starring tour
in "After the Ball" at Lancaster, Pa.
The new piece is au adaptation by J.W.
Herbert from a French comedy and is
reported to have proved satisfactory.
Clyde Fitch b at Boulogue-sur-Mer
busily engaged in writing a uew three
act comedy for Sol Smith Russell. Mr.
Fitch has just finished for Charlsa Froh
man an adaption of "Congan versus Cor-
Before Going to the Wo? Id's Fair
The Limited Espresa trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RMhvay
between St. Paul and Chicago and
umu ami voiTOgo.
rThMU trnlna r. viuitltiiln.! a.lull
llKhted and steam heated, with tho tin.
eat Dining and tileeplug Car Service in
The Electric readluR H;ht In each
berth is tbe successful novelty ofthl.n
progressive age, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular imtrotis of thin Hue.
We wish others to know Its merit, as
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Bail
way Is the only line In the vwi enjov
Injr the exclusive use of this patent.
For further Inforruatmu apply to
nearest mutton ticket aaent, or addros
V. J. Eddy, O-neral Ageut,
J. W. CASKV.Trav. Paw. Atjt,
Sil Stark St., P..rtlrtiirt. Or. 1
J. H. HAAS,
TT1E WAT OnMAKEIl,
(Kext iltor to Ktvln.)
ilpteiaJtrot 8pcUeie. and repaWaj taoskt,!
t shmih suia 4 sveuy.
The Human Electrical Forces!
How They Control the Orgam
of the Body.
The electrical force of the huiain body. a
he nerro fluM may be tinned, li an espe
cially attractive departnK" t f srlcnce, as It
'Tcrts to marked an l-flupcc on tho bealtl
.t the organs ot the Uxl lu ye lorre 1
jrodutcd by tbe brain a d ouveyctl bj
wansof the nerves to tue various owjnso
he body, thimupplyinj tbe latter wlih tbt
uaiitr necesary ton
Hire their htalth. Th'
raeuraojastr!.? nerre t
hOH-n hero, may be s.id
o he tbe ment Import-. at
it the entire nerve sa
em. as It supplies the
jeart luns, sto-na h.
mwcIs, etc, with tho
-erve force necessary to
ccep them a'ttve and
lealthy. As will bo sc a
y the cut the ton? nerre
Jesceadlnc from the
klso or tbe brain and
ermlnatln In the bov-,-ls
rhlle the numerous 1ft-
le branches supply the
jeart, lunzs and stom
ach with necessary tI
ullty. When tbe Drain
becomes In any way dis
ordered by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
rorco which It supplies
Is lessened, and the or
gans receiving the dl
jilnlshcd supply are con
the lmDortance of thU
fact, Dut treat tin
anranltselflnsteadof thecausoof the trouble
rue noted specialist, Franklin Allies. M. I).
LI. B., has given the preater part of hi lift
to tho stndy of this ptiLlect, and the prln lp
discoveries concerning II are due to hU e.rcrt
Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine, the nnri
valcd brain and nerve food. Is prepared on t hi
Srlnclple that all nervous and many other
lDlcultles originate from disorders ot th
nervecentere. Its wonderful success Inc irlni
theo disorders Is testified to by thousands lc
every part of the land,
lte3toratlve Nervine cures slecples'ness
nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, sex
ual debility, St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc 1
Is free from opiates or dangerous drug. I
Is sold on a positive guarantee by all druc
ists.orventrdIrectby the Dr. Miles Medina
Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, ft pej
botrie, six bottles for & express prepaid.
JoId by D. J. Kry, druggist, Balem
fs? tir' A MILU th TSIU
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
4 moTezneat of the bowels each day, i nccwurr
.or health. These plus snpplr what the system
lacks to make It reralar. Cure Headache, brighten
Jin Eves and clsar the Complexion better than
josmettcs. They act mildly, neither gripe nor
llcken as other pills do. To convince you of their
aerits we mil samples free, or roll box 2Sc Scld
verywhera. Boaanko Med. Co, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Baakett A VanBlype.
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, October 11,4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were aa follews:
8ALK1I PRODUCE MARKET.
Apples 25c to 35c a bushel.
Peaches 05c to 75 a box.
Veals dressed 4J cts.
Hogs d rosed 6 to 7.
Live cattle U to 2.
Sheep alive fcl.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $ 1.50 to $2.00.J
Salem Milling Co. quetes: FIoui
ii wboles.de lots $3.00. Retail (3.40.
itran $15 bulk, $16 sacked. Shorts $17
I s!8. Chop feedt$17 and $18.
Old wheat on storage 44 cents. .New
wheat 40 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 3S to 40c, new 25 to 30c
Hav Baled, new $S to $12; old $10 t
514. Wild in bulk, fO to $S.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 ier cwt. No. 2, 70" to 85 cts.
Wool Best, lOe.
Hops Small sale, 17 to 18c
Jbtrgs Uasli, 130 cents.
JButter Best dairy, 25
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon
lams, 13; shouldere, 10.
Potatoes 25c. to 40c.
Ouion9 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax -34c. Caraway seed,
AuUe seed, 26.5. uinseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sbeeplpelts,
25 cts to 4Pc. No quotations on f ire.
Chickens 8 cts; -broilers 8; ducks,
8a; turkeys, slow sale, choice, 10c;
Grain, Feed, etc?
Flour Staudard, $3.25; Walla Walla,
f3.25; graham. $2.75: superfine. $2.50
Oats Old white,33c perbu ,grey, 35c;
rolled. In bags, $6.256.50; barrels,
id 76s7.O0; cafw, $3 75.
Hay Be?t, $1012 per ton.
Wool valley, price oomiual.
MilUluUa Bran, $17.00; shorts, $20;
ground barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
ier ton; whole feed, barley, 80S5 per
cental; middling, $2328 perton; brew
ing Dane,-, iwmuoo per cental: cntcKen
wheat. $1.1001.25 per cental.
Hops Oid, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oreiwu fancy creamery.27lf
30.-; fancy dairy, 22025a; fair to good,
I720o; common, 15 to 16o er lb; Cali
fornia, 803ic,)er roll.
Cneese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twitis, lft: Ymintr Amerlcnn, 15o per
lerpoui d; California flats, 14c
Etrcs Oregon, 22c yer dozen.
Poultry C'uiekeiis.old.$4.00: broilers.
large. $1 50(33 0: ducks, old. $4.00731
5 00; youDg, f 5004.00: geese, $S-00
turkey.", live, 14c.
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
ill V-S2T" II iZZ
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 100
ISo; do inferior, 89oj do valley, 12
I'-utiw- E-tly Rose, 30040. Bur
OaU-Mftllng, fl.8001.85, j
rlie Tale or n Weary 3Xnn and a Beautiful
Scene Railway station. Time One
Beautiful Blond (to ticket agent)
What time, please, docs the next train
leave for Woodclmek Junction?
Ticket Agent One five.
Ansions Man (just behind beautiful
blond) Excuse me, madam
Beautiful Blond (haughtily) I believe
I got here first, sir.
Anxious Man But
Ticket Agent One to Wookchuck?
Beautiful Blond Oh, mercy, nol I
want to go to Perryville. &ow, they,
told me that the train
Ticket Agent That's right. Change
at Woodclmek. One to Pcrryville?
Anxious Man Madam, I believe
Beautiful Blond But they told me if
the train was late I might not be able to
make connection. Tho railroad com
panies are so dreadfully independent,
you know. And then my mother told
Ticket Agent That's all right. Train
waits. One way?
Anxious Man Pardon me. but
Beautiful Blond (still ignoring him)
What is the fare, please?
Ticket Agent (impatiently) Two fifty.
Do you want a ticket or not?
Anxious Man Say
Beautiful Blond Will I have to wait,
long at what's (he name? Oh, dear, I'm
so dreadly forgetful. Oh, yes. Wood-"
chuck Junction? ;
Ticket Agent Forty minutes. (The
gong sounds.) Come, hurry up.
Beautiful Blond Mercy, yes. (Hands
him $5 and gets change and ticket.) Ob,
dear, I haven't a moment tolose. (Rushes
Ticket Agent "Where to?
Anxious Man I'm not going any
where. Ticket Agent Then what do you
Anxious Man (wearily) Nothing. 1
thought perliar3 that woman wanted
this umbrella sne left in the horse car.
Hard on Uabjr.-
"Mr. Scribbler, have you seen any
thing of the baby?" atked a distracted
woman about noon last Thursday as the
.furniture was being placed in the van
"No. How'n thunder can I take care
of a baby and see that this crockery is
pnt in the warehouse van without being
smashed to flinders?"
"But I'm sure I hear the darling cry
ing somewhere. Are yon sure that she
is not in the clothes basket with the
"No, she ain't. Howd' you s'pose
she'd get iu there?"
"Bnt I hear her as plain as can be.
Why, Peter, I do believe she's in this
roll of carpet!"
It was true. The baby had been left
in the middle of the sitting room floor,
and tbe men who took up the carpet
tossed a breadth over her without ob
serving her, rolled her up in it and stood
the carpet up in the hall. The child
when rescued was punctured here and
there with rusty tacks, and its month
was partly stuffed with carpet dust, but
otherwise it was quite hearty. Tit-Eits.
AVhjr She Wept.
During the wedding ceremony at a
fashionable church in Harlem Birdie
McGinnis, one of the bridesmaids, wept
bitterly. After the ceremony Dndely
Canesucker, who was present, said to
"What were you crying about, Miss
Birdie? You were not the bride."
"I know it," replied Birdie, with a lump
in her throat. "That's what broke me
all up." Texa3 Sifiings.
A AVIdowcr Probably.
He (who has just been accepted) Car
rie, darling! Do you know you have
made me the happiest man in the world?
She i es, Harry, but we must not be
married right off not for a long, long
He Oh, that's all right That just
suits me, you know. I'd like to remain
the happiest mau in the world for a year
or two, Boston Transcript.
"They say Wilkins abuses his wife
"The deuce he does! Why, he doesn't
appear to be a brutal fellow at all.
What does ho do beat her?"
"Oh, no. He waits until after they,
get seated in the theater and then tells
her that her hat isn't on straight." De
and aU the train of rlU
rrom early errors or later
excrue. U results of
datclopment and tone
CtTen to ery organ and
pmlinn ot tbe body.
area. Failure tmposslble.
ZJUt references. Book,
explanation and proofs
mailed (sealed) free.
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tory of Music.
Willamette University, Balem, Or ,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral Instruments, barnio
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition.
better grade of work done west of tbe
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term bedns 8epU 4th.
Send for anuual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvln, JIus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 9 2md&w
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends in the East, take
advantage of the present opportunity,
aa the fares are now so low tbev cut no
figure In the expense. The Chicago &
Northwestern Hailwav have nlarvd in
service a solid vestlbnied train, between
Portland and Chicago, tbe famous
Wayner tourist cars, free reclining
chair cars, and dining car "par excel-
em.-- wan me accommodations tur
nlsbed,rates now offered, together with
tbe short time consumed in making
the trip, it Is within the reach of all.
For further Information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. G. Babker, Genl Agt.
72 Washington street.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Ml GAS LIGHT CO.
Redaction in Price of Gas.
From and after October 1st, 1803. the
price of gas will be as follews:
Less than 600 cubic feet per month
$3 50 per 1000 cublu feet.
Over NX) cubic feet per month J3.00
per 1000 cubic feet.
Special rates for large consumption
given on application to
L. B. McCLANE,
possibly exist in a food tfc,.
heated to more than 2iaB,l,l
Every particle of the S
onaensea muic is sterilized
enormous heat and is therefore .
healthy food. Thousand,- sK1'"1
annually reared on it andintim.w..
tagious diseases it is safe, healthy 21
FirsU Buy it and talce no subX?
Your, Grocer and Druggist sell u
line ur"iTueK, JDravs and Exttwil
of postcfUee. RYAK, 4 CO?
sSate of the market and all tbe i
Oldest, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learning in the Pdw
Sixteen courses of Instruction, tttm
Grammar, through Academic aud I O
lege, to i neology, Ij&w ana oieuiuwj
Splendid Courses for Training in
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
aud Music. Several Post Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College affords an ldJ
home for young ladies with unsurpwrt
facilities for their cure and training.
The school year opens Sept. 4, 1693.
For Year Book and all Informal
relating to school management mu
course of study, address,
AcUnp Pre , W. C, HA. WXE V, LU BA
For financial Information, address,
Rev. J. H. EOORK, Agent,
8-231kw Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN
On rmprored Itoal EaUte. In Donn"4
. FEAR & FORD,
rVom . BnbBank block. t5
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul. Marios County, Oregon.
Conduced by the -Uter oTthe Holy '"Jfff
Jesoa and Marr. Tbe loUoo aflordf ":
eu be drslrrd ror bnUtbfol outdoor eiriJ
. nl ran b aUy resiebtd by bo.U on im
wiiU all ibe modrn ImprovemenU. B
roo ce of atndy U eomileie.
Stenography and Typewriting Tatmtt.
For further (mrUca'ars a pply to 1U Po lJ-
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, -
AdmllUvt ta nrai-tli-a In all the ooarU.
sf people a
8pdaa attention cirea to German P4.
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