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T11F. WHTAl JOURNAL
(DALUY AND WKEKLTU
X3V HOPBR BROTHBR81
X-ROF. HERITAGE COMING.
rarowoll Tendend Balom's Now Con-
1'rof. Heritage doubtless feels proud
ortho audience that gathered at the
opera house last night, the occasion be.
Ing the testlmouul concert tendered
him upon the eve of his departure for
Halem, Ore. The house was well filled
despite the terrlftlo heat, aud the prtB
euoo of such a number wua a deserved
expression of the respect and esteem
felt for Prof. Heritage. Many whe do
not kuow him personally, but who do
know him for tho sweet songs ho bos
euug and tho good work ho has done,
wero present to show their regard for
his work and to bid him farewell by
Prof, Horltago desorves It all, for no
man haB given moro freely of his time
and talent to make others bapphr,
nor dono more to raise tho standard of
musical culture m this city and vlcluty.
He has sung his way Into tho heoils
nrnvurvnlMzan. and white ho leavts
im will not be forirotten. Tho testln o-
ulal concert last night was a showing
of a tithe of tho regard In which he Is
held by Fremont people. The txtt
mus'cal tilont of tho city participated
In tho concert and the result was uu
evening of rare pleusure.
Prof. Horltago conduoted the orches
tra, and tho accompanlmouU were
marked with a depth of expression
that mado tho vocal num
bers much moro oojoyuble. It Is not
noccssary to tpeak of tho program In
dotall, for all of tho selections were
rendered In a happy man nor. Tho
longthy program prohibited oncores;
had this fact not boon announcod It Is
posslblo that tho audience might havo
been thoro two hours longer.
Prof. Horltago loaves thlsmornlug
for Elk City, Kas., whoro ho will visit
with his father for a. few duys, and will
then go to Salem. When ho loaves
Fremont it will bo with tho hearty
good wishes and godspoods of evory
lover of unBolflshnoss aud tho kind
remembranco of all who lovo music
Fromout,(Nob.), Dally Horald, Aug.17.
BAQB AND BINDING TWING
a film rutn Itn lino run Olovoland
ylll Ibsuo about (400,000,000 gold bonds
a big protectlvo tarlit to wipe that out.
Ana wuo win pay iui uk wim.
but the neonlo I Wo nro afraid that
. ... ii.i- i.i i..in
tho farmers who eet choapor grain
bajss aud binding .twiuo and harvest
ing machlnory.nnd all tho other "plain
peoplo1' who aro benefitted by cheap
clothing aud other necessaries of llfo
will object to Tub Jouknal'b plan for
Increasing tho rovenuoa. lloaeburg
Cheaper grain bags, binding twlno
and harvesting machinery are a moro
bagatelle compared to what tho farm
era are losing by destruction of good
home markots under Demooratio freo
trado and low tariffs. Put all farm
produoU back uudor McKlnloy .prices
and tho farmer won't complain at cost
of twlno aud saokB.
The attempt to ralso a fund at Balom
for Binding oil tho monthly four-pago
boom editions of the Oregoulnu at 60
cts. a year la ono of the mauy ways of
helping Orcgou. It la nothing .uioro
than what Tiik Journal has been
dolug for six mouth at lt'a own ex
pense. Figures can bo shown to prove
that we have sent over 60,000 copies of
our paper east for advertising purposes
and people aro coming to Oregon every
week who 11 rat read of our fruit oropa
and other reuourcoa lu this way.
'Tho Paolflo Empire," Mrs. Abigail
Bcott Duunlway'a new Equal right's
paper, baa appeared. It is a neat,
brainy, able, weekly paper, aud all
tuflroglsta should send for a copy aud
mwlst the lady lu her battle for her
my. Mm. Dunnlway ia a Bister of
Harvey Bcott of tho Oregonlau, and
while mauy do not agree with her
thev must admit she la a woman of
broad sympathies, groat Intellectual
ability aud broad culture.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1895.
"Now today" aud "Want Ada," flvo
llnea In Daily or Wkkkly Jouknal
for 26 eta.
Children Cry for
Pitchtr'tf Cat tori
TmNOB TO LEARN.
Balem peoplo should lr-iuu by this
time thnt it pays bent,
To call In tho rurally physlHun lu- (
stead of patronizing quaoka or sending
their slok ones oft to hospitals.
To support tho homo churches
having regular pastors better and not
Bholl out so freely for every perambulat
ing evangelist who comes along with a
scheme to reform tho community.
Amos Strong and a part of his party
returned from tho lower Blletz Tues
day. While (here they made sound
ings on the bar and lu tho bay prepar
atory to going In with a steamer with
a cannory outitt. Wo did not learn the
depth of tho water on tho bar, nor the
condition of the entrance to tho liar-
bor. The site for the cannery has boen
located and the machinery bought and
tho latter will bo taken lu at an curly
date. Tho plaut will bo a largo one
having a capacity of about COO cases
dally. A caw mill will also soon be
put in, wo understand, but whether by
tho samo peoplo or not we do uot
know. Lincoln County Leader.
When the bill passed Iat legislature
to tax foreign companies tho Oregon
inn said rales would boudvauced. Now
ihe Insurance ratcH at Btileni are re-
litced to ten per cent und lu many other
,mrU of tho state. The Oregonlnu was
tlngwhon it was saying what It did
,r else it Was buying it for pay.
Tho professional office-seeker due
not euro whether ho has any qualifica
tions for tho place he seeks or uot. He
does uot caro whether tho party owes
blai anything or not. All ho cures for
Is to got tho sulary, Oregon has a good
jinny eucli persons, but probably not
more than other states.
The Northern Routo.
Aro vou iroluir Eust? Have you de-
nltinrt whloii routo vou Will tuke? Do
U1UUU lYillUU lUUM JM Ullt 1MV rw
you know tho Northern Pacific la the
only lino ruuuiug upuow lereu ;iou nat
mixnim direct, from Portland to the
r,'.iii lulilmitK nliiiiiin nr (tnlav ? 1)0
you kuow this is tho only lino running
elegant dinlug cara from Portland to
tno h,ani y jjo you kuuw uiii iim
extra accommodailoua are glyon pas
BeiiRora without any higher rates than
via inferior llnea? Do you know that
you do not havo to Jump out at 6 or 0
o'clock hi tho tuorulug on this lino for
breakfast and only havo llftcou or
twenty minutes lu whloh to gulp it
down? Do you know tho Northern
Paolflo Is tho Bconlo tranR-contliiental
lino of America? Do you know you
cau travel at cheaply via this lino as
via Inferior routeH?
Call on or write ub for additional in
formation, which will bo cheerfully
- Tuoa. Watt it Co.,
q commorolal St.. Salem Oregou,
Whea Jtaby vu ulclf , w o gave her tstorln.
When Jo was a. Chll J, iOio crloJ for Costorla.
Wbn h8 becarao MU, riio cliuic to Outorla.
Wbw aha had ChU dren, li9 eare them Costoii.
W. nirr On. 1tiin1riil T"nllnr Uruanl for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Tfill rAtnr.1i rllr
r. J. CHENEY &CO. Trops., Toledo, O.
We the undeislencd. lmVe known F. I.
Cheuey (or the last 15 years, and behere
him perfectly honorauic man uuuncjj irana.
notions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm,
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
0 Waldtnc, Ktnntn & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. tier bottle.
Sold by all Druggists, Testimonials free.
Did You Ever Think
That you cannot be well unless you hac
pure, rich blood? If you arc weak, tired,
languid and all run down, It is because your
blood is impoverished and iscks vitality.
These troubles may be overcome by Hood's
Samaparllla because Ilood'k Sarsnpatllla
makes pure, rich blood. It Is, in truth the
great blood purifier.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constapatlon,
biliousness, Janndlce, slckheadache, Indlges.
Tho Southern Pnoitlu Co. has put on
reduced rate on outa lu carload lota of
40,000 pounds. Ellectlvo Aug. 31 from
Portlaud aud all points on main Hue as
far Bouth as Eugene City; between
YVoodburu aud Nutron and Lebanon
brauoh. Three dollars per ton to Bau
Frauclsco, Oakland wharf, Port Costa
There are 177766
tho United States.
miles of railroad In
There are 60,835,880
rails used to
cover this ground. ,. ,
There aro 633,205,000 ilea used to bind
these rails together, but uo auoh
amouut, however, ia required to blud
the hearts of the truvollug publlo to the
(aotthat tho Wlsooualu Control llnea
furnish superior facilities ou all their
trains betweou Bt. Paul and Chicago,
which form olosa oonuectloua with all
llnea to tho east and south.
Make a uote of it.
Pitcher's Cat torla. )
Why Is Wheat ao Cheap?
"Aocordlne to Rur-slau otllolal re-
ConflU, Gonerttl of u s.
u, poitrsburff, "tho strain supply of
Rus(jIr Qf im and 1805 wl ,,e Rbout
as folllows, to wit: Wheat, 255,059,
719 bushels; ryo. 712,794,133 busbels,
and barley 174581 ,109 bushels."
After deduction of amplo amount for
homo production, seed and consumpt
ion, the balauco for exportation will
equal at least 183,059,179 bushels of
wheul: 02,009,028 bUBhels of rye; tho
data for oals und hurley not being lu n
condition to use.
It ii estimated thH total requirements
of wheat for foreign countries Is 440,
081,445 bushels, and 90,038,350 bushels
To meet this demand, Russia has a
surplus of 155,603.727 of rye aud 58,053,
110 of wht-at.
It will bo seen this report gives no
account of surplus of Frauco, Ituly,
Au trlu, Japun aud other countries,
and makes no mention of British
India, which alone produces a surplus
of about 250.000,000 bU9hels,that cau be
offered for sale at ftoudon at a less
price, by reason of low cost of labor to
produce It than cuu bo supplied from
many, If any other couutry.
Tho so to spouk, Improved or revival
of business, small increase of percentage
of wagCH and demand by producers
is only temporary, most of It by money
monopolists, hoping lu this way to
Btom tho rapidly lucreaslug tide of con
doirinatlou against all monopolies and
combines, especially that ugulust a cur
ronoy based on gold money, necessarily
oontraotcd by reueous of Its Intrinsic
value under a gold basis, with a view
of tho afloct It may produco on public
opinion during ensuing political or
In short this so to speak revival In
business, Is not well founded, therefore
docoptlve, as there lo np Inpreoso but
deoreaso of demand for labor, heuoo
no luoreuse of uemuud for production
I or COiiBumptlon
. ,,., In vefllor8 wlli carefully
conaldor these questions,', and make
tholr Investments with freat conser
vatlam, uutll publlo opinion In bo fur
reyolutlonlzjd, that tho old contraction
monopoly of gold money and U. S.
bonds Bystom slnH ho wiped out, and
a broader basis of curreupy Introduced
that will sot tho peoplo of tho couutry
to work at good wagos, and theroby
croato a corresponding Inoreaso of do-
raand for consumption, as also of do
mand aud valuo of property. Insur.
ance and Commercial Magazlue.
Children Cry for
Oheai'KST and best dally and weekly
Caper m Oregon. The f 1 Wkkkly aud
ink Cknt Daily.
A High Liver
Usually has u bad liver. Ho Is bili
ous, constlapted, has Indigestion and
dyepopsla. If there la uo organic
troublo a few doses of Parka' Buru Cure
will tone him up. Parka' tiuro Cure
a tho only Uyer uud kldnoy cure we
soil on a positive guarautee. Prlco
$1.00. Bold by Lunn & Brooks. 10-4
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS I
Short Breath, Palpitation.
Mr. G. W, MoKlnsoy, postmnsterof
Kokomo, Ind.,nnd n bravo ox-soldlcr.
says: "I had been severely troubled
with heart discaso over slnco leaving
tho army nt tho closo of tho lato war.
I was troubled with palpitation and
shortness of hrcutlu I could nob
sloop ou my loft sido and had pain
around my heart I became so 111
that I was much alarmed, aud for
tuuatoly my attention was called to
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
X decided to try It. Tho first bottlo
mado a decided improvement in my
condition, and f.vo bottles havo com
pletely cured mo."
Q. W. McKlNSBY, P. M., KoUomo, Ind.
Dr. Mllos" Heart Curo 1$ sold on a positive
uarantea that tho rlnt bottle will benoflt.
AUUruggUUMillltattl, 0 bottled for $5. or
It will be sent, propatd, on rvcolpt of prlco
by thoriilllM Medical Co., EhtfcarOod.
I Prize Hood's
Sarsaparllla more than any remedy I hav
sver taken. 1 have never been robust and
was mibject to eovoro headaches, and had
no appetite. Ginco taUns
and Hood's Pills I am a well woman,
havo a good appotlto and ilccp well.
I cordially recommend Hood'n Bar
anparlUa. Mns. H. M. Gorham, JMlhnoro
House, Fillmore, California.
IIOOU S flllS nen.ldich. 250.
Something for Mother and the
WHAT THE JOURNAL OFFERS FREE
Two High Class Mngnalues Nceiled
In Every Household,
Jouhkal readers who renew
cash subscriptions on tho fol
lowing terms can have their
choice of two verv desirable
"QUUEN OF FASHIONS"
free, by mail, ono yoar to any
subsciiber "who pays for tho
Daily by carrier throe months
in advance, at this oflico,$1.50;
or tho Weekly ono year and a
half in advance, $l.5Q. This
oives you Lho best lG-pago u-
ustrated laslnon mauazmo 01
New York free for ono year.
Tho aboyo prices aro not gsh,
and tho cheapost combination
ovor offered. Tho Queon" is
a high-class, practical, homo
Upon the samo terms you
can obtain this dolightfuJ Chi
cago children's mngaaino, Just
tho thing to read to tho little
ones ot the homo circle. It
brings tho kindergarten into
tho homo. Song, games and
story. Beautifully illustrated,
$1 a year. Published by tho
Kindergarten Literaturo Co.
Samples of theso magazines
will bo furnished freo by mail
or can bo seon at this ofilco.
HO FEE BROS.,
SALEM TILE WORKS.
LARQEIOTOOIC ON HAND.
Bpelal lnduceraonta onered. Hhlppedlto i
point on abort notice. Bend for prices.
Yarrta, iSnrtu Halem. ...,,.v
Addreaa J. K, MUHl'HY,
Kalr Oroundi. Oi
WHOSE CLOTHES FIT
teems to get along in the world easier than
any other woman.
In the first place, she Is more ntewe at
Mrs.. L. Mitchell guarrantees a perfect
and satisfactory fit of every garment. Shop
on East State street next to Simpson's grocery
stove. ... .
Complete line supplies and notion will b
kept on hand.
SALEM WATER CO.
Offices Willamette Motel Building
For water ervice apply at ornoe, B1U pay.
able monthly in advanoe. ilaka all com.
plutnU aV the oMoe.
Irrigation montha-Juno, July. August and
Beptember, hour (I toll a, mH 6 to B p. ta.
Irrigation bllli payable ou or before the 1st
or July. Street aprlukllng positively forbidden
E. M. WAITS FAINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank JPubllsJicrs,
Unih'a New Ericlcover the bank. Oorn'l aire'
UHlET rAPER Large lot of heavy brewn
j wrapr Ing paper or kale cteap. Just th
thiax for rvtUng nuder oariHU, UaUat.'cmr.
J. (i. KIjAKK, Prop.
TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OltKOON.
-Bpeclnl rat to lourlt and land locate.
Hoard by t ho week and free hack to Newport
forsuirtmtnttifc-.nna Hlieu wnU 5
other points In county, every olUerdrty, f a UO
This elegant now h M on
tho beach is the most delight
ful resort of Oregon, and is
run in the best of style. Terms
Y 9 tf rtt p.
Good 'accommodations, with
table and bod kept up to its
old standard. Guests served
with the, greatest comfort.
Of tho State ot Oregon.
It's water is free to all, and
is located in tho loot hills ot
tho Cascado mountains, at
Sodaville, Linn Co., Or.
The most accessible mineral
springs in tho state at all sea
sons of tho yoar, and tho besl
water. This water is a cure
for all diseases of tho stomach,
liver and kidnoys, aud costs
you nothing. First-cl ss I otol
accommodations, E. G Br ggs.
proprietor; mineral ba'hs and
tonsorial parlors, Geo. Bosquet,
manager; general merchandise,
R. W. Fisher, propriotor;
physician and surgeon, A. G.
Prill. Remember this is tho
filaco for pure air, fine scenery,
ishin,j and hunting, and to
rogulato your health by drink
ing and bathing in tho best
sodawater on tho Pacific coast.
Daily hack lino meets all
trains at Lebanon, Or. only 4
miles, a nice drive. Bottling
of sodawater for shipment.
Livory and feed stablo, A. P.
Flory & Sons, proprietors
Oldeit Institution of learnlnir In the state.
full preparatory and coII'kUIb ooursec. Total
lmieut for 181)16, 401 studanta. KipenBe
venr bealna Bent. 17. lS'Ji.
1 or Information or cataloi
W. O. HAWLKV, A. M
If you love your boy give him the most val.
noie 01 an r iib, iuo uev euucaiiun
ble. There is no better plaoo than
MT. ANOKL, OK.
School oompiAte in overy respect. Splendid
stall of teaoheri. excellent mea's, beautiful
and healthy location, constant care aud strict
dltclpllne.andnoala butWOamonth. Halm
TDE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
Wrtt for catalogue. !
87 2m ereildenti
F. M. Steele
Millinery and Bicycle Repair
iecinoa':eui ind Medlcaljiutier a sper
umu,duuui ujvuiiutiuia uoior ouut ana
repaired. AU work done In the beat manner.
WI Commercial stJOrttle V.ocJr.li
of a1! kinds and
PEICES LOWER TFAN
Steiner & Blosser,
State Street, Salem,
J. II. AXHHKT.
TraiiRuctun general banictntf business.
C. fl. LANE
211 Commercial St., Salem
JOHN 8TANMSY. JIM MEAD
STANLEY & MEAD,
STEAM WOOD SAW,
Quick work. Ltw prlcoi Lo.i nidorg ol
I. 11. Wtftttwli'iiftiauiu, backof I'.O. (IHti
J. .. JidRKIXS,
in,i ul I IX) uhniifk.m Htrtct. nrnr Coin
itoUi, Hw.Ui Hlici.tlon ( In'crlnrlnit hiio
ir r II ("hiimmI -int
KiOHh (united n"d mnnted iMontR nud Hau
!'. -ltelnfTHinr ini-utM lu bmt shiipe.
M'PilaKii l loeodul, oiatniu stylo, free
lell'ery. fuutlt (Xi,iimorcll htrcel.
i U1IAH. VUL7., l'rop.
Huie Wing Sang Co.,
Jai.iciono Knniy Uooda.nll Itlmlsol Hllk Em.
broidery, OruxinouU, Ohluiwuro. Hon IV11.
of nil kind MuiiIdkh nud muko nnUlilDft.
Ladles' Uudorweur. ICvoryihlutf .elmirf vory
OQHU'. 1U Court St., Biilem. or.
East and South
THE oriASTA ROUTE
Southern Paciflc Comoanv
OAuropj(iAKzruK8a tiiajm bun daily u
twkkw ;ronTi,Ami AND B. r.
ia.50 p. m.
ooo p. m
Above trulns stop at East I'urtland, Or.
esou City, Woodburu, Hnloin. Turner,Marlon,
Jellemou, Albany. Aloauy Janotlon, Irvine,
Eugene, OreawoU.Unilns and all stations from
HoMlmrv to Ashiaud lnoluslve
HUSJCIIUHO MAIL DAILY,
S.-30 a. m. I l.v.
11.00 a. m liv.
'cai p. m. Ar.
Ar. r.U p. m
Lv, fc'JJ p. m
tlV. b 00 a. w
Bouth salkm i-AMHENattic. North
4:10 p. in. I hv. Portland. Ar. 1 10.15 n.m
telS p. m. Ar. Balem. Lv 8.00 mil,
Dlulng Cars ou Ogdou Kouto
PDLLMAN BDFFBT SLBBFBBS
Second Class Sleeoin Cars
Attached to all through trains.
vVtstSide Diyision, Between Portlioo
DAILY mo IT BUN DAY).
7:30 a. m. I Lv.
115 p. m. 1 Ar.
1:3 p. in
At Albany and OorvallU connect wlin
tralna of Oregon Central A Eastern Railroad.
KlfltKUtlTltAlW 1UAILV lCXUKITdUWUAt
4:15 p. m. iiY. .Portland Ar.
7:25 p.m. Ar. MoMlnnvllle Lv.
Mia u, m
o:6U a. m
To all polnta In the Kastcru utatei, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at loweet rates
from W. W. BK1NNKK, Agent, Balem.
E.t. liOQEJts, AMUU.jr.aadiaiAgt,
K. KUKUUEK, Manaiuir
Eastern R. R. Co,
VAQUINA BAY UOUTE.)
Connecting at lYaqulna Bay with the Baa
Francisco and Yaquiua Hay Bteaiusblp Co.
A 1 and flra. clusn In every respeot. Balls from
Yaqulna for Ban ifraucls.o about tivury B
Urissenger accommodations unsurpassed
Hborieai route between the WUU'nette valley
an Calliotnla. '
fttfefrom Albany, or IpoIlU west, to Ban
Uranclscoj esibln. IM; steerage, W: cabin,
round Ulp.eooattJdayl, 18. ' '
For aallinx days appiy to
U. U WALDKN, Agent
BDWIN UTON K,ilanager, ejorvafiu. Or'
A. J, 0HUH0UlI.U.Local Agent, Baiem.
wStS5 T0 TaEi
Union Pacific System
Tlnoiigh rnUiunn 1'nlaco Bloo era. Tonriii
Hleopem und Froo KecllulDeUlmlrCau tin 1.
PORTLAND to C11ICA00
Our traltiH nre lioiilcd by sUiun mul nn
lighted by l'lnlfch light. m
Tlmo lo Chlciwo, yi days.
Tlino 10 Now York, X days,
W hloh Is many houm quicker than all com.
KorrutCH, tltno tAblea andi 'ull Inforimiion
ItOISE & KAKKF.lt,
Agenta, Halem. Or.
It. W. JUAXTKIt,
lllj Tblrrl nt.
O. K. llllOWN,
Dlst. 1'iiss. Aeenl
0. r & 1 a
K-l MoNKII.li, UKi.'1'lVKIt.
To The East
aiVKB TUE.OUOICK OK
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES
NORTHERN RY. PACIFIC RY
- m Rates to all Eastern Cities.
Ocean steamers leave Portland cvtry nediy
Kor lull aetnlls call on or mUtrt-ss
BOIHE & llAKKKlt
W. II. UU1U.UUHT,
Uon. Pum. Apent,
G. Al. POWEHS,
Local Ticket Agent
Kimtioi Trade ft.
TO GRAND FORKS;
BOSTON and all
Points East end South
For Information, time euros, uaps
tloketsjcall ou or wrlto
THOMAS, WATT tC CO.,
765 Commercial st Jalem. (n , n
Or A. D. (JlIARLTON. AflSt.Oi-Ul. P
Agent; 255 Morrison at., corner Third,
PChlchcittr'. KiiEll.h 1Miuoi ' l'rt
Orlaliml and Only Inulu
Arc, tl.ti. rt-ll.ul, l.Or.i'l
Drufttit fw CkUXuttri hi- '
ihohJ Brand la lira &D4 f. ' i
halt. Mftl Vila bill, ritilu
lM.IIXilHMMl.IM Ail) a
la iiuom tor j.rltouU'. I
noiitk.h AAa. d4W'M
feUbj ul Ux.l Uruliliu
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
0 POWDER. II
Ui..U.IIV.a VfW.y w.-.
beauty and parity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this climate.
Insist upon having tho genoln.
' IS FWt SALE EVERYWHERE.
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