iktun wwrnaja sTr" mf "--" fiJKFVIflWEJW WP$,WP',Wi f,lYmifff' wnw wwwg mNji f. sp-rwi roni" i.Tpgpr r -i-w -- T" t. .1 TIIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (UAIIA ANU WEEKLY.) BY MOPBR BROTHKRa, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1895 ACTION AT THE BOX. Io tbls tlmo of low prices It Is well to moralize. It is tluio to think that tho fixed obargea for tho conduot of county Btato nnd untlonul alialra do not fall with tho prlco of products. While wheat is worth 30 cents r bushel, the ealurlea of tho various olllcere are the same, In fact, grow greater as tho ptlco of wheat Brows less. With wheat at 72 cents, tho dollar, tho dollar ol salary has a certain purchasing power. With wimnt at 30 cents a bushel, tho dollar of salary has Just twice tho purchasing power it had formerly. In other words, a $2000 salary with wheat at 72 cents la a $4000 ealarj when wheat 1b worth 80 cents. It I not only twice as large, measured It wheat, but it is twice as largo when measured In tho ability of tho wheal producer to pay. A man can toll and perspire in tho fields to produce wheat at 80 conta per bushel, but tho ofllce holder makes tho eamo profit whether Wheat Is worth 72 cents or 10 cents. Thuro Is no difference to him, except that tho lower tho price of produie goes tho greater Is the purohaMng power of his salary. If It was worth a bushel of wheat 10 ytara ago to servo papers, to make an abstract or record, or to record a paper, why would It bo worth threo or font bushels of wheat today to perform the sanao Borvici? Wbilo It is best to look upon tho bright sldo of things goner ally, it Is also good to couteraplatohard facts at times. Thero cannot bo a chango in tho condition of tho people until tho pcoplo thomeclves chaugo. If they are content to see tho fixed changes of government continue na they aro, in the face of falling prices, thero is nothing to ho dono oxcopt to cconomlzo, to bo satlellad with less of tho luxuries of life, and pay tho bills. If they aro dissatlstlod, it Is possible for tho people to chango thlngB through the ballot box. With more Interest in good and fit msn and less Interest In politicians, better government can be accomplished, and publlo offlco will be h publlo trust. Thinking is hard work for Borne peo ple, and hundreds of voters are now in the hopfleldfl, working bard for a few dollars with whloh to pay taxes that bavo accumulated because of lack of thought. There Is not a county In the stato but what could bo conduotod pro perly with a saving of 20 percent. Tho saving of 26 per cent means a decrease of taxes 25 per cent and praotically an Increase of the profits of the people by Just the amount saved. Thought and action aro necessary for a chango. The key to tho wholo affair la better men for legislators. With tho last legis laturo fresh In tho minds of the people, thought Is hardly necessary. Action at tho ballot box Is alone necessary. BAKE OF ENGLAND NOTES. The Bun In an article on the Bank of England, condensed from an English magazlno, says of the notes of that in stltutlen: "Tho notta,it 1b well known, aro a legal tender everywhere in tho United Kingdom, except ut tho bank itself, 'where, on presentation, they must bo paid In gold. Tho notes of the Bank of England aro reputed the safest pieces of paper In the world." They are no safor than the American groeu. back, but as they aro legal tonuer, like the greenback, tbore la little praotisal difference. A note that everybody in the country is obliged to redeem is apt to be pretty safe, so long as the Issue of It Is limited Tho fools in this country who are howling for tho retirement of legal tender paper and a single gold standard profeaa to take England as an example: but In that country sliver la legal tender up to f 25 and Bank of England notes aro a legal tendortoany amount. Roouwtor (N, Y.) Post Ex press. Died. NOWATENY. At the homo of her son, John H. Nowatney, near the Haveavllle school house, four miles north of tho fair grouuih, at 0:30 o'clock p. in. Huiulay, October 0, 1605, Mrs. Jacob Nowatney, aged 02 years aud 0 mouths. Children Cry for Pltohtr's Cat tori SANTIAM. Great Improvement Along the O. O. & E. Kailroad. A trip up the old Oregon 1'aclllr, which is now known as tho Oregon Central k Eastern, at this season of the year Is a neat long to bo remembered. The Bantlam is now at Up prettiest, uud tho autumn eUcots along tho romautlo banks aro truly beautiful. Tue'eflcct of the brilliant red dogwood foliage, backed by tho ovorgreen forest, is truly magulflcent, and an the accommoda tion train goes slowly winding Its way up tho gorge-llko valley, the passengers have an excellent opportunity t) drink In somo of tho most beautiful scenery in tho world. Our little party spent Bunday at De trolt, now tho lost station on the road. The tracR Is laid to Iduhua, but trains aro only run up thoro siml-occaslonaliy. Wo wero well housed nnd Borved at tho Cascade House. Uonductor Tway and Engineer Laughead, who run the train on this end ol tho road, fumbtb trout for tho establishment, and they aro done to a turn by the excellent hostess. Mr. Laugboad Is said to be tho best fisherman in this whole country. Ho can oven get awuy with his oue-njiapd brothor at coaxing tho speckled beauties. Thero aro at preeout four sawmill ubovo tho bit; Rhaw mill at Mill City, located respectively at Gatesvllle, Mlnto. Niagara and Detroit. The out put at present is being used largely ly tho O. C. fc E. railroad, in repairing its road and bridges. Thero aro no uioro claims being tukin up in this section of tho country, as tho Cascado forest Reservo excludes any further settlement. This reservo extends from tho Columbia rlvpr 200 mlleo south, and at this point Is 30 miles wide, and undoubtedly works a great hardship on tho pcoplo within Its limits as woll as tho stato at largo. The reservo was mado presumably to eavo tho waterrshod for tho valley, but It is thought by many valloy pooplo that thoy could spnro a trltio of tho presont enormous rainfall, Thoro Is no doubt but tho sotting asido of this reserve is a part of some enormous schemo to gel the hotter of Undo Bam, as it has been manipulated by a sot of philanthropists at Portland, who dovoto most of their tlmo to holding federal offices and run nlng stato politics. God save the sot tiers from tho dutches of this bonevo lont class I Borne of tho claim owners near tho sawmills aro now realizing a flno price for their timber. They get 60 cents n thousand for it on tho Btump, and thus ayerago about 150 per aero. About 20,000 dally is at present being cut from a ranch near here, thus giving tho owner a neat Income of $10 a day. Many now buildings have gone up along this road, and progress and pros perity is rife on overy hand. If there ovor was a sot of people In the world who dosorvo hotter things, it Is these Bottlers who havo stood the hard times of tho past two years. Gates has hopes of becoming a lively town, on account of the mining boom at Quartzvlllo. Tho road to the mines branches ofl at Gates, and all trafilo must go through here. The busiest point on the road at present Is Mill City, where tho raw mill Is pushjng work, employing many hands; The ronewed activity nnd business at all these poluts Is a boon to the settlers, Tho tracks are bolng repaired and the bridges rebuilt, preparatory no doubt to the extentlon of tho road in the near future. Wbea Xtaby was stcV, e gave her Caatorto. Wfcea ah was a Child, alio cried for Castorla. Warn aha became MUs, alia clung to Castorla, Waw aha had Children, he gave them Outorla, The Palace is bound to lead on styl lab shoes. VIGOR " MEN Easily, Quickly, PeruMtRMtly RMtered. Weakness, NrvHSBeat jjcBiiur, ana ail uia train. or evil from aarlr errors or later excesses, the result of aaaea.1 c, ilok overwork, eto. Pullstreugtb, devs uglli, devsl opnieut and tone given to every organ ana port of the boil jr. Slinple.j ftU( rtlcm .nat- ural method, fmmad du ata lniDravement ansa. lure Impossible. X.uon reference. . Book. iuuu aiut Dnxu uiuitf (seaiou; tree, FIIE UFBinii 0Q.. Bnff.U. HV. mmim .--,-r.- --'f "'"rl Zii UP THE WILD MW in -Jim t mi Falurt esplAAJ ni. BOOKS RECEIVED. R. P. Feuuo Jc Compauy send us 'An Infatuation by Gyp," Comlesee de Marie!, translated from the French by Elsie Paul; "A Soldier of Fortune," by h, T. Meade, an English Btory; "A Gallows Herd." by B. R. Crockett, ' author of "Tho Bllckit Minister." These aro substantial volumes of tbo "Feuno's Select Series Library." Each line a half lone engraving on the frout cover page and is very well nuaptcd to thu uowcsUnd trade. 112 Fifth avenue, New York. "College Girls," by Abbo Carter Good loo, Illustrated by Charles Dana GlbBon. Tho volume is handsomely bound, hat) many illustrations a beau tiful gift volume to Bend a young lady. Charles Bcrlbner's Sons, Now York, "Margaret Wlntborp" is tho latest of tho series of Women of Colonial and Revolutionary Times," by Allco. Morso Earlo, with a fso simtlo reproduction of an old yoliow and time stained lovo letter In her hand writing. Charles Bcrlbner's BonB, New York. "Jacaues Damour" and five other short Btoriea by Emlo Zon, an author ized version Englished by William Foster Authorp. In beautiful cstnetio yoliow binding and artlstlo letter press, for which Coneland & Day. lioston, aro noted as pobllahonj. "Perpt-tual Youth," "by Elenqor Kirk, also author of tho "Bottom Plank of Mental Healing," by Tho Idea Publishing Co., COO Greene ave, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tho is one of tho most successful and Intelligent expos Itors and demonstrator of Christian Science. Ab a thought-producor and anulbllator of false conceptions of belni the work Is a startling ono for women or men, awl has a widen-'1? cirplo of reader. "Bant" Ilarlo, by F. Marion Craw ford, is No. 2 Vol.1, of MaoMlllan &, Co's. "Novollsts' Library, nt 60 cents each. It is in very good typo and on good paper, while the leaves open as woll as tho best high-priced cloth bouud books. "Tho Journal of tho plague," by Daniel Defoe, is an old classic reprinted by May nerd, Merrill & Co., Now York. "Tho heart of a boy," a story by Edmondo de Amlols, from tho 100th Itallao edition, by Prof. G. Mantolhm, translator. It is well Illustrated and strongly bound, a volume of 200 pages of pure and elevating matter, relating to the school 11 fo of Italy. Tbls book gets about as closo to the hearts of a boy as any volume that vas ever written. Wo have been reading it aloud to our boys and thoy cry for moroatcaoh sitting. Such a book, written by a man ot experience, of a clean heart and soul, and drunk In by a boy at the right age cannot but help to make a good man. Laird & Leo, Chicago. PRESBYTERY AT 80IO. Session of the Oregon Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Boio, Oct. 8. Tho Oregon Presby tery of tbo Oregon Cumberland Pres byterian church hold its regular full aeoslon here September 20-28. Thore was a full attendance. Rev. I. M, Boyles was elected moderator by ac clamation and Rov. W. V. McGee was elected stated olerk. Rev. E T. Inglo presentod a letter of dismission granted him at Bllverton, May 24,1865, and requested that it be declared In valid on account of error. The request was compiled with and his name was ordored enrolled, the Presbytery decid ing that bo was still a member of that body. Rev. J. O. Templeton was dls missed by order of tho Presbytery. The following committees were announced by tho moderater: Home missions Rev. W. H. Jones, Elders O. W. Scrlber and J. H. John sou, Ministerial roller, Rev. W. Y. Mo Gee, Elders B, H. Irvine and Dr. D. Jones. Sunday schools and publication Rev.Ingle,Eldere O.W. Bcrlbor,and W. M. Abbott. Ministerial Report Elders J. H. Johnson and O. W. Borlber. Lebanon was selected u tho place of holding the spring meetlug, com mencing ou Thursday before the sec ond Bunday In April, 1806. Call for Warrants. Notloo Is hereby rIvoii that I have fuutia in band to nay all watrauts eu- dorsed up to January 1, 1605. Iuterent ou same will slop from tbls date. JASt'EK WINTO. v,i .TBS w """"" VWHmy i -, " Nervousness Cannot be permanently cured by the use ot opiates and sedative compounds. It is too doeply seated. It 1 caused by an Impoverished condition of the blood, upon which tho nerves depend for suete nnnco. This is tho true aud only natural explanation for nervousness. Purify, en rich and vitalize the blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla and nervousness will disappear. Hood's Baraaparilla will glvo vitality to the blood and will send It coursing through the veins and arteries charged with the life giving, strength building qualities which make strong nerves. If you aro norvous, try Hood's Baraaparilla nnd find tho name relief of which hundreds of people aro tol ling In their published testimonials. Get Hood's ottn.y Hood's Because Ilood's Barsttparilla is the only True Blood Purifier prominently In tho publlo eye today. Sold by all druggists. liitbltual conitlp UOOU i rlllS tion. trice c.yer bo, How'8 This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, O. We the understencd. have known F. J. Chencv (or the last IS years, and believe Mm perfectly honorable in all butlneM traps notions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their Arm, West & Truax. Wholesale DrueclstS. Toledo, O,, Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O, Hnll'a Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and nrncQli. surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Thero aro 177765 miles of railroad In the United Htuteo. Thero nro 00.836.880 rails used to mAf thin if roll nil. Thoro aro 633,206.000 Ilea used to bind theo rails together, but no such amount, howover. is reaulrod to bind tho hearts of tho traveling publlo to the laot that thP Wisconsin Control lines furnish superior facilities on all their trains betweon St. Paul and Chicago which form closo conucotlonB with all lines to tho east and boujIi. Muke a note of It. iMieuraatt9m isnsvmutom of dfeeufio of tho Kid npyB. It will certainly bo relieved by Parka Buro Cure. That headache, buckacbo uud tired feeling como from tho samo causo. Ask for Parkd' Sure Cure for tho liver and ItlduoyB price 1. 00, Bold by Lunn & Brook. Ill w NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IF you have a eood cow to trade for a gentle horse, Bood, for carriage or any other work, addrew) D K, this offlco. 7-31 1 xnHAliH.--lloueo and lot, 18th una Oak, 1 prlc. 4i0 cost I860. Apply on premlsea or uddresa J. K. Vandaipool,caleni. IQ-iHw A Uu Until WANTM-hor u small nunliy J with a eooU garden preferred. Auiircss (K7lf jv.joiirum oincc. urea irood ioyM land In Holt county, land near Bu Mebrtisua, 10 Iraae for land near Bu luui, Or. Addre-a box ft.Thodford. Neb. ltuw HUl W1MCJ bANU CO., Jttpunoae Kitnoy Goods, 8111c nureens, Dressing Uowns, Culnaware, Tea, Huttings, Underclothing Kvory thing olieup. 1U Court at., under opera house. 0-16-1 m una, KLLA II. M'DOWELateaoherof voice ill culture, 818 High at. vi.im TTTANTKD hxtwrlanood ulrls to housework YY In small iuinllles. Pay 12 to U. Apply otthlsofllce -niUBt'XAN oOiKWUli Idterature or all j kinds on sale and Uhrlsttan Holenee iter vToeaut KM liberty atreet. corner Ohemekota I P. FibliKll. newspaper Adyertl li, 21 Merchants' Kxohange, Ban Li our authorized agent. This pa P. FibUKfl. Newspaper Advertising Agout, paper la kepi r rouuia w. on file In hUotnoe. C1AHPK1' PAfJiK Large 101 or heavy brown j wrapping paper lor uaie cheap. Just the tulng for pulling under carpets. Call at Jour on. offloc. Al'KlUi,- 1'orUaua, baonunon, oealUe Taoomaand ban Pranolaoo papers on saio ul ilopfa lomoCloe olook. MiiaHY ll) ivUAN, O. Marsh. Kooni Post Offleo blooK. lltf ,1UH bALK UUKAt'-.Uu long time or wo)ild rent6acreaoholoo Innd m West Halem. ood. larse home and barm variety ot bear lnar fruit irets. 1'lecty of small lrult. irood water and ii acres timber. Address txz Its, Ualom. uatl CiAAUUKB an Improved 6-aorotrcot three OUUU miles south ol town, timall houie uuu burn Inquire of llurggraf, over Btatea' u.au. 9-3 U B 1 1 KL.UA bUhHilAN Typewriting and commercial stenography, umce, room Gruvbloak. The best of work done at rea sonable rates. 11-28 WAQON TO TUAUE-por aale or to trade IV ior nay una oats, a good tarm wagon. pply to O K. I'uyne. east ol asylum Nerve Blood Tonic Builder Bind for dcrlptlv pamiiuiM '.WIUJAWS' 9t. MEDICINBC0., farbaz Schcncctadji K.Y, far ruts. aadSrnckvUlcCtet F. M. Steele 18S OOMMKH0IA.L BT. M4inory anil Bioyclc Repair Klectrlca'elltand Medical Hatter i spe cialty, 8mai Dynamos and Motor built and repaired. All work done In the best manner jr. J, HARKIN8, HORSE SHOEING SSSXSTSUSS&JSSA 8hop at 10O cnemeket 'street near Com Ffwi - ma aisswsafaw, Jqu Mf'Jrr. tXft jLjWQwmW K5sTS1lkKBBBBBBW ZJjmMTH JOHN HUGHES. Dealer In Groceries, I'alntH, Oils, Window fll.i8H,Yariilsica rikI thu nioNt complete slock oJ BruslioH ol all KIiiiIh in the State. Artists' Matcrials.Limo, Uair.Ccmcnt ami Shingles and finest quality of GRASS SKBDS MONEY TO LOAN On farm land socurlty. Bprclal rale; on inren luuua Without doluy. HAMILTON A MOlll. .(I .it iminiiiy DRESSMAKING MI13 CIih.VENOKR, Wtm lrttanrt linn nnnnnd ilrPftHmaklnff P'ir lora In the Kldrldge block, uu aiulrs. next door to Ohcrrlngton'a gallery. Water and 1 fur nulla q BtinrlallV. B-lOim W. ACOBICK lnestdent, I. II. At.llKllT. CftHlilorJI OK SA1.R1 Transucta a general banking business. E. M. AVA1TE PBJNMNG CO., BOOK AND JOB PR1NTE AND- Lcyal Blank PuhlMiera. llah New Hrlek.over thelmnk.Com'l strwi GEO. FEN1)1UCIL'8 MEAT MARKET. 821 Oommerotal st. Oottlo blojs.Jj HuoaMsor to U. a. UookA Uu.I Uest meats In th oily. frompuintr y at InwKHt nnoM RED FRONT LIVERY AND STAG- MM! . IloJ. Kront I.lvcry and tiuardlnz -tMl t . Klritolfls In overy ruspco . t'rluts ions ui.l I . it 11. WKiTACOTr, rroi'nuior. DAii.YHrat: l, in 1:3. Following Btages arMvo aul dopjit dai'y, except nununy: bllverton singe nrrtvos at 10 a. in,leao ut 1:1ft p. m. Pure 76 cents. Dallas BUig, arrive nt 10 n. m leavei nl t n m. Independence stngo nrrlvos nt 10.TO a. m, , leaves nu p. m, n-iu DR. CONXRJS, Parlors Ovor Gray Bros. W0L7S MARKET. Fresb.'salted and smoked Moats and Sau sages. fl-uemgeraior meau in nest suape, Kent In un Al ice cuMt, eastern stylo. Preo delivery. Uouth Uommerclal street. b-il UUAU. WOLZ, Prop, HORSESHOEING. NELSON HUGHEB, In connection with the blacksmltblng llrm ot McCarl k King, sonthwest corner of Mtate and Front ml. does all kinds of horseshoeing. U-31 CHEAPEST. Salem, QEST, Oregon.. Remember Cy Stewart The Cooper. He can make anything with hoops on It, and make It good. New work or repairing, bhou oulU ot itlfo's ratll, Bouth Balem. 9-18-;m SALEM TILE WORKS. LARaErJTOOK ON HAND. Hpeclal lnduoomenta offered. Hhlpped to al point on short notloe. Uend for prices. Yarrts, North Halem, Address J. K, MUKPUY, FalrUrounds,,Or SALEM WATER CO. Office! Willamette Hotel Buildln-. Ih. nal.in.Hl.. ..1 & . ..... able monthly in advance. Make all com. plalnta at the offlee. Irrigation months-Jnne, July. August and Beptembenhours-to8 i,m,l! to p. m. Irrigation bills payable on or before tWlst of Julv. Street sprinkling positively lorbiaden JT. C, GRIFFITH, Office: Corner Court and ".Commercial t.. upstairs. All work guawn eed. Prloea low us the lowest. 93l.tr rivauanirra r.imii.s uiuavua llraad. ENNYR0YAL PfiLLS Tx )rlxlsluo,u..ui.. x UfWlIU hi niilHIVI Imki, .- suwakia BTTMisihit. isnua ai kJtJ l blM rikbo ---.-"-. V"" WajTTi afMg)i rzrrr:""". "IMIIW a - ..rr.. ' V-. I t V u -- Capital 14 ti JfC ct4)Uajf ir M XULO XW iss Balloo's So M ni'BNRt) IN CUJ XSIXQ 1 HA L L m will nlve children from 8 years npwnrda Hpoctnl ttcntlon to beginner. All de- red . .. - al. aI.b .iii.IIi f I H.. Ill I SI 1I lt". lmr drawing, nmdollng. uiiulo. plain ana --r..i. ....T. ....ir Alttaf.i.V Hnnn rin f.ha Individual p'nn, In which cuoh thlld Is ad VanCCOnCC'irUing 1I lis WH wimeilji rm terms nd partloulnm npply to Mlta O llnllou, Twenlloth nnd Clir-inekfti. la Willamette University. HAtiKJI, OIIICGON. Oldest lestltuMon of learning In tho state. Hill preparatory and coll'glnto courses, Total enrol' meut for 1801 C, 401 fctudeats. Kxpenses mndprute. New gfinnasluni. Fifty-second year begins HcpU 17, UD1. . For Information or ratolniuo address V. O. IIAWUCY. A. M., sBdw(iw President, lr you 'ovo your boy give him the most vol nblo of nlig tls, tbobest education po-.nl- ble There is no bettor placo thnn Mr.ANQKIi.01t Hchool conimeio in overy repct. Bptondid stall of teacuors, excellent men s beautiful and healthy location, constant euro nnd strict d.tclpiluo, uud costs but $20 n month. 831m German Lessons ilvnto or I u clauses atnnytlmo during Hie my nr-V'iiing tosuttoiinvealcnon of pjplU. itiniH, (Do 1 or lmtm. Classen of five or 11, ore, JOiipvrpu II. Ucriiiitti Hnturday sohool fur itiuiiieiiiti 1111 manning nan, cirnor uoem 1 .l in d tntlaui his, from U to 12a in, and fi-uin I tu 1 p m Tonus, (.03 per montli. 1 hv tfituiluii In. 1 wad born and oduoated 1 Otrinui.j.nn(l hold u Herman teachers' 11II1111 1 out thu Piumuii KOornmonl, nd unoi hu in 111 1 Ue M. li publlo Hchool, MH3, W, A. li.KAl'MtSX. ISI Marlon h . Conservatory WorJc. Dr. l'trvin, ditcctor and tenulior of it mo, Ititliuti Hlultig barmony and d iid tuaiitilti) Aislfitoii by.Mlai Anna ICrobi, tuuolitir of piuuo, orguu, guitar, vhillii nnd either. Mrs. J. 11. tiimrp, 'fuoUer of pimio, oraau and Binitiug. MtiHio rooms nt the reoldenco of J. 11. dlmrp, Buleiu. Luuvo oniora at tbe Allen's or VI1Ib' nitislo Btoro. Mrs. C. M. Oyle will roopen her KINDERGAR1 EN In tho Congregational church parlor on 81pt 80. u lO-nn TOE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL DRAIN, OREGON. Write for catalogue. liOUIB UAI17.KE, 8 7 2m President BANJO LESSONS. aivcn on reasonable torms by un experienced teacher. iv a HAiV-inv teacher, Ut Marlon si, WELL DRILLING Contraots wantod nt reasonable jirlies. work guaranteed. Rcferono9 las to expert enoeaud respouslblllty;iurnliihed. Write P. h. KKtzau. Palem. 9 9 i Or. JOHN BTANLKY. IIJIM.MEA STANLEY A MEAD,) STEAM WOOD SAW Oulok work. Low prices. Leave orders at It. It. Weatonott'aatable. baokof P.O. H-H tl MILTON RHODES, Practical Upholsterer. All kinds of work made to order. Hopalrlug n specialty, lao Court street, balem, Or. u a . McNKILLiRKOKlVKK. To The East QIVEa TUE OHOIOK OP TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES -VIA- GREAT HON RY. PACIFIC RY - Ixw Hates Io til Eastern Cities. - Ocean steamers leave Portland every five daj T. ' It College m ra. for lull details call on or addreasi UOIMIfi 4 I1ARKEK. w. . uunuiuitr, Oea. l'as. Agent, Portland, Ui G. Al. POWEKS, Local Ticket Acont. Po.tiooTHKj.ast, 1001 IBI Tlllil : . T"issssTslr Ml TTSI If! f MM i 1 I 1 'i 'Pl0T0rS' To '"Ki EAST! VIA TliK Union Pacific System Through J'ulimnn 1'nlnre Hleer.r. -BlMPors nnd Kree UicllnlSg VhliVh.l0 i.um - - Ulll, POUT LAND to CHICAGO , Our truliianre limited by iHM . . llilitod by Plntsch llltht. ' eam Mi ! T mnlnfM.IM ...V.' Tlmo to New Yo'rfc. 114 SaV, Which., many houuXrt,,, npy,e,''llmoUb,Mnn'lf" Inform,,,, BOISE & 1URKGK, Agents, Balem, or, H. W. IIAXTEIt, Uenernl Agent ngoui, U iL lo.. 1 ' in Tiiim mM i-oru2Sa:'M,4, OBTNlSfgH Put I mar. Sieeolno- Cars Dininp Cars Elegant Tourlu , Slaeoin'Ca 01. raui MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH. rAnnr TO GRAND FORKS CRO0KST0V WINNIPEG HELENA aril RIITTF TUItOMttH TICKETS TO CHICAGO WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON and all Points East end Southl For Information, time .carat, uta tlokots call on or write THOMAS. WATT C C6 Aucnio, 2ti Commercial st., Ulem.di Or A.. TY f lir a it rivM Auai rj.l PtM Ageut;255 Morrlvoa At., corner Third, I 1 uriiuuij, jiu. East and South VIA THE oriASTA ROUTE o tno Southern Pacific Comoatii. OAuropjiAspcpKes tjiaiw-bukbauii" M TWHW l-OHTl.ACTll AHU1. T. "BoTlin" I Kent.. 8.50 p. in. 11:00 p. in. 10:15 a,m. T Portiiiud Ar.i fwia t,v. Balem hr. !. Ax. Ban Pran. LT.I MOfti Above trains stop nt EastPorlUj. egon City, Woodburn.Baleui.Turoer.Uutoi, JeUersou, Albany.Aloany Junction, Irna. Eugene, Oreawcll.brulns andallstoUowwa lUweburg to Ashland Ineluslve HOaKUDllQ MAlI. BA1LY. 8:30 a. m. I Ur. lortland Ar. I t M li00a.ni Lt. Balem liV. Uit. lD.m. Ar. ltoaebnn I.v. 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