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Daily Capital Journal,
EY HOIECR BROTHBHS
SATURDAY, NOV. 20,1890.
As Bunker Albert, of Salem, Is not
inclined to divulge Ills views as to
what financial legislation should be
had, it would not be out of place for
the Salem silver club at its next meet
ing to invito him to lay his views be
fore the members of that organization.
As Mr. Bryan has said, Instead ol talk
ing mysteriously about "Sound
Money" and an "Honest Dollar," it is
nrw in order for the-advocates of the
gold, standard to elaborate their finan
cial system. Mr. Albert will find the
members of the silver cirjof Salem
composed of intelligent persons, men
and wo pwn property,pay taxes, sup
port the government, and are quite
welll-informed, if the Statesman and
Oregonian do call them hard, names.
Mr.Albert could present his facts and
arguments to the club. They could
be taken down and then examined to
see if they were true, and, if not, they
could reply. That would be more
reasonable and intelligent than call
ing names, Mr. Albert has said there
should bo financial legislation and
now he should say what that should
be. If the Silver club would Invite
Banker Albert to address them they
would hear an interesting and profit
The Astoria Budget shows how the
people are robbed under tho text book
contract between the State of Oregon
and tho school book trust,that expires
In 1000. Wlmt do tho people exist for
but to be robbed by trusts? Isn't
that the mission of governments?
There was nothing the editor of tills
paper was criticised for so severely as
for voting to have tho state print
elementary text books for the public
schools. It's all right for the state to
print volumes on horticulture and
horse-racing; but a proposition to
print a first reader, a slmplo arith
metic, or a spelling book causes all
the hair on u statesman's head to
stand on end and he screams social
ism ut the top of liis voice.
Tho Newsboy's Claniity Howler of
Portland Is tho most 'Unique publica
tion on tho raclilc coast. It is now
carrying on a crusado against the
recont advance In prices of tho Port
land papers to tho newsboys.
Tho boys arc on a strlko and tho
Howler is tho backbone of the attack
onjmonopoly methods. Tho paper has
been enlarged and bids fair to grow
still more. Tliero was a time when
tho Sun Francisco Chronicle was no
bigger than tills newsboy's advocato
of liberty and equal rights.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy (or all forms of Headaches
Electric Dilters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headache ycilds to
its influence. We urge all who arc afllic'ed to
prorurc a bottle, anl give this remedy a fair
trial. In cast of habitual constipation Elec
tric Bitters cures by giving tin needed tone
to the bowels, and few cases long resist the
use of this medicines. Try it once. Fifty
ceuts and i,oq nt Fred'A, Legg'sTPrpg
And "sound money" won.
Frcc.sllvcr versus sound money was
the only issue, and sound money won.
A feature of the campaign was
Hanna's colporteur canvass. One
hundred young men, well equipped
witli arguments, went from house to
house all over the district, and wrest
led In argument witli every doubtful
voter. New York Mail and Express.
The above is taken from a detailed
account of the manner in which Mark
Hanna defeated Congressmen Towne
or Minnesota. It was a brilliant
achievement, viewed from a sound
money standpoint. In the sancti
monious whine of the great religious
daily of New York, the organ of the
stock gamblers and of Major McKln
ley, "Colporteurs" Is a good name for
the agents of the religious manager,
who boasted that lie had one hand on
the Almighty, and the other on his
The 100 yonng men must have
wrestled with the farmers of Mlnue
wit..i ns did Jacob with the Angel in
holy scripture. At 83.00 a day the
young men cost 818.00J for (U days
A colporteur campaign all over tin
country, in every congressional dis
trict, would cost about seventeen
million dollars. Who will pay this In
the end? The people wiio got the in
struction of the colporteurs, of course
and all the rest of tho people.
Mr. Geer of Marion, is reported to
haye said the other day to a man that
the McKinleyitcs did not expect
wages to go up; that wages were higl
enoucli relatively. We do not know
whether Mr. Geer said this or not but
all will find that the wages of some
will go up the odicial class who draw
fees and salaries, the class who
make a living oil usury and the
extremities of their neighbors.
Prices to the consumer will be ad
vanced by the trusts in every instance.
"Wages will not relatively go up in
proportion to the increased cost of
Hying. The people will also be sure
they have had religious instruction at
the hands of colporteurs.
THE POPULAR DAILY.
The Onk Gent Daily Oapital
Jouunai, is growing rnpldly In fttvor
and 'arge clubs arc being raised In
many of the towns of tills state.
It Is distinctively the people's pa
per. Men of all parties read The
Capital Jouknal. It Is widely
known among the people and lias the
reputation, whether deserved or not,
of never having sold out the interests
of the people.
Over the legislature and for the
coming year The Daily and Weekly-
will prove of great interest to all who
love good and economical government.
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and its vast list of subscribers, ex
tending to every state and territory of
the union and loreign countries, will
vouch for the accuracy and fairness of
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It is splendidly illustrated and
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Catarrh in the Head
Is a disease that may lead to cosump-
tlon. Catarrh is cauted by impure
blood, and the true way to cure It is
by piHtfyingthe blood. Hood's Sarsa
parilla cures catarrh because it 10
moves the canse of it by purifying tho
blood. Thousands testify that they
have been cured . by Hood's Sarsa
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable
and do not purge, pain or gripe. All
druggists. 25 cents.
Campus Tenni3 Club.
The Campus Tennis Club of Willa
mette University, held a very pleas
ant meeting at the home of Miss
Edith Frizzel on Summer street, Wed
The club was called to order soon
after eight by the president, Miss
Mr. E. B. Wilkins was elected a
member of the club.
A great deal of business was trans
acted during the evening, a very im
portant part of which was initiation
of Mr. I. P. Callison and Miss Cora
At a late hour the club adjourned
having spent an evening full of busi
ness interspersed with many merry
jokes and laughter.
Those present were, Misses Marie
Rockwell, Cora Litchfield, Lucia
Cochran, MattieBeaty, Edith Frizzel,
Ethel Frizzel, and Graco McFadden of
Portland. Messrs. J II. Itobnett, J.
W. Reynolds, C. J. Atwood, P. L.
Brown of Silverton, W. P. Matthews,
I. P. Callison and L. F. Reynolds.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Marie Rockwell on tho
evening of January's, 1897.
Bucklen's Arnica balve.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter,chapped hands.chilblains,
corn, and all skin oruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A
Notice Is hereby given that I have
in hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of all warrants of city of Sa
lem drawn on tho general fund and
endorsed before December 5, 1895. In
terest will cease on said warrants
from date of this notice.
E. J. Swafford,
Salem, November 12, 1806. ll-12-10t
All accounts against the asylum
should be handed in triplicate on or
before tho 20th Inst. Our books will
close for tho biennial period at that
dato and all accounts not in ut that
time can only bo paid by a special act
D. A. Paine,
11-17 0 o d t d Superintendent.
Telephone 40 or Blue" Boxes.
For a bicycle messenger.
Turkeys at Doty's market.
inigmi53rTTXTrT6TTT.iy;ilijJggg smli'gWi V
Literary NeuJs and Comment.
FAR WESTERN REFLECTIONS.
About Books and Periodicals of the
Address all mss. and comniunica
' tlons td'thc cditor.l
Jiln 1 II 1 II othhhcw.iih uta
I frill RnflAm
Ills ilwavf ttaad VTBST In h ulmi,
fiAfl rrf'fh Am.rtrin Pvwl. VT tti.,k. la
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juiiaigooa." esi imam rooa. T
Conan Doyle, Jerome K. Jerome,
Stanley Weyman, Mary E. Wilkins,
Anthony Hope, Bret Hnrte, Brander
Matthews and many other great au
thors arc contributors to the Thricc-a-Week
World, advertised elsewhere.
Let us put aside these ugly tempers
of ours; lcok toward the sun; smile at
the shadow;all sunshine makes the de
sert; "it's a pretty world, senor;" en
joy its beauties, let us borrow no
trouble, shed light on our neighbors;
quit us like men, and times will seem
Kb better book of war stories lias
ever been penned and illustrated than
"Camp Fire Stories" by Col. Edward
Anderson, SI ar Publishing Co., Chi
cago. The author lias a fondness for
the sombre and pathetic that is hap
pily relieved by a rollicking humor
and broad fun in most of the tales.
Lee's "Home and Business In
structor" is a beautifully illustrated
handbook for home education In the
every-day necessitiesof a citizen's life.
The departments on penmanship,
book-keeping, banking, commercial
law and social forms are very com
plete and up-to-date. The price Is
low 25cts. Laird & Lee, Publishers,
Messrs. Copeland & Day, Boston,
take pleasure in announcing for im
mediate publication "A Boy's Book of
Rhyme," Clinton Scollard, with cover
design by Emma Kaan. Paper boards
octavo $1. By the same author:
"rlill's of Song:" A Book of Poems
with cover design by Ethel Reed.
Cloth octavo 81.
Messrs. Harper & Brothers pub
lished the following books November
"The mystery of Sleep," by John
Bigelow; "Naval Actions of the War
of 1821," by James Barnes; "An El
ephant's Track; and other Stories, "by
M. E. M. Davis; and in the new and
uniform, library edition of Mark
Twain's work's works, "Tom Sawyer
Abroad; Tom Sawyer, Detective, and
Houghton, Mifllin & Co: Literary
Friends, and Letters of Victor Hugo.
Harper & Brother.?: Shakespear
the Boy, The Old Infant, and The
Lee & Shopard: Four Young Ex
plorers, and On the Staff.
Bowen & Merrills: A Guest at Lud
low by Bill Nye, and The Child World
by James Whitcomb Riley.
Godey's Magazine for December
has an especial Christmas time llavor.
The frontispiece is a reproduction of
the splendid painting of Gherardo
dolla INotte. "The Adoration of the
Shepherds," a picture never before
given in an American Magazine.
Following this is an illustrated series,
"The First Christmas," by C. F. Les
ter, who builds his pictures upon the
text of the Scriptures, "And there
were in the same country shepherds
abiding in the field, keeping watch
over their flock by night, etc, a noble
theme to which the artist lias added
the charm of his art with fine effect.
To those who dwell upon the coming
of the Christmastide with reverence
these pictures will appeal very
strongly. They certainly compose a
fine collection, and are worthy to be
The Christmas number of Harper's
will contain part third, of "Tho Mar
tian," with six illustrations from the
author's drawings. An entertaining
article on "President Kruger" will be
contributed byPoultney Bigelow, and
Dr. William Jaques will describe the
process of obtaining electricity direct
from coal. W. D. Howells will give
personal recollections, of the Auto
tocrat of the Breakfast Table, in the
article entitled "Oliver Wendell
Holmes." two weu-uuistrated pa
pers will bo thoso entitled "Wild
Ducks and Tame Decoys,1' by Ham
blen Scars, and "How tho Law got
into the Chaparral," by Frederic
Remington. Ln "A Middle English
Nativity" John Corbin will describe
miracle-plays performed by strolling
actors, in which the English drama
had its beginning. There will bo six
shoit stories, a "Christmas Carol,"
etc. Tho number will bo bound in an
ornamental cover especially designed
in colors by Howard Pyle.
"Tho Food of the Anglo-Saxons,"Is
the title of tho leading article in tho
November issue of Table Talk. It
touches upon tho menus and special
dishes eaten by the English in Amer
ica, Australia, England, Canada and
India, and Is followed by "Some old
fashioned Thanksgiving .Dainties."
Seasonable and Creole recipes, the
Thanksgiving Menus and Entertain
ments and the Housekccpesr' In
quiries arc full of help and informa
tion for tiie housekeeper and home
maker. Any of our reader, sending
their name and address to the Tabic
Talk Publishing Co.. of Phllade'phia,
Pa., arc offered a sample copy of the
This is a liberal offer and for a
mere request, by raining The
Journal you will get a beautiful
Ever alive to the artistic tastes of
the times, The Art Amateur gives
this month a lavish selection of ex
amples of the work of the early Eng
lish masters, the "craze" for which
still continues. The number is more
than usually rich with its two charm
ing colored supplements-Ono a. rich,
orient and ulowimr study of erera-i
nlums by Clara Goodyear, the other a
delightful study of out-door life by
Rlioda Holmes Nicholls, about which,
by the bye, the editor lias a curious
tale to tell in his Note Book.
Landscape Painting,StllI-life Paint
ing, Sketching, Illustrating, Advice
to Art Students, Art Notes and Hints,
are all practical and good, and the
number Is more than usually complete
in every department. The publisher
authorizes us to repeat the oiler made
by him last month to send to anyone
who quotes this notice, a specimen
copy of tills issue together with the
valuable little "Manual of Practical
nints for Beginners," post free, on
receipt of 25 cents, the usual price of
the magazine being 35 cents or $4 a
year. Applicants should ask for the
list of sDccial offers to new subscribers
this year. (Montague Marks, 23
Union Square, New York.)
It is often said, a good book is the
best companion, but how much more
is to be said in favor of books that
also charm the young by their style
and contents and yet leave only a
good inlluence on the impressionable
nature of children! We have h;yl
occasion to refer to three works that
are distinctively of this nature, "Tan
Pile Jim," and "Dick and Jack" and
"The Heart of u oy," published by
Laird & Lee, Chicago. We have now
to add a fourth volume just Issued
by the same firm, "Air Castle Don,"
by the first two named B. Freeman
Ashley. As the preface well says:
"This author has struck, with his
brilliant, wholesome and instructive
stories a permanent vein of fayor
among young and old." The Young
America series will be the means of
elevating the minds of millions of our
youth and furnish them witli healthy
rctreation. This latest story is de
signed to take boys and girls from
dreamland to hardpan. We can recom
mend no better yolumes for the home
library than these. They are espec
ially adapted for reading aloud and
if not sold in the local bookstores, can
be ordered of the publishers at $1 each
in beautiful embossed and gold bind
wlmt novel reader of confirmed taster
dlLfind fault with her work on that
score' Her American publishers are
Miifiiilllan Company of New York,
and all who have read Marclla will
want to read tliiH'fulfillmi'iit of their
Urea tii ol that diameter, formed
from the miw material, by the creative
skill of Mrs. Ward.
I For a Christmas present that shall
exert a wholesome, civilizing and re
fining Inlluence on uhil'.lrcu the year
through, and they do need something
of this kind, wo can recommend no
better Christmas present than either
of two monthlies, "Our Dumb Ani
mals," or "Our Animal fi lends."
Both are Illustrated and contain much
that is valuable for preservation In li
terary form. No better missionary
can make the circle of tho neighbor
hood than these little messengers of
mercy loaned from household to house-
hold,tcaching children by picture and 00II1
story to love -all created things, iso
better charity than tho circulation of
such literature cari bo Imagined on be
half of creatures that cannot demand
kindness for themselves.
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iv 1.1 whim .111111 nil (, wi)V llli-ii ,,,
pie their blood is Impure, until dread
fill carhtinclcrt, ubHcusNos, boiN, aCrr.
ulii or salt rheum, are painful proof of
the fact. It is wisdom now, or when
ever there is any indication 0f
blood, to take Hood's Snrsnp-uilln, and
prevent such eruptions and Mifforing.
"I find a dreadful carbuncle abacesi.
red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor at
tended mo over seven weeks. When tho
abscess broke, tho pains were terrible and
I thought I Bhould not Hvo through it. I
heard and rend bo much about Hood's
EaHapnrilln, that I decided to take it, and
my nusbana, who was sufforlnff with
took it nl.no. It soon purified our
Corner, Salem, Or. PJ!Kf?w. ol
operations t mod,,,1" mn- ,
U" city or firm proper
Over Hush's Bank
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SIR GEORGE TRESSADY.
Two volumes were required to de
liver to the world "Marcella," by the
same author. But it was an imper
fectly developed Marcella. Now we
have the woman ripened into the full
perfection of her powers. These
volumes had better have been named
in honor of the greater and nobler
type of womanhood The memory of
her will always be the predominant
image in mind when we thinkof these
two later volumes which are named
for the ill-starred member of parlia
ment who was swayed beyond ills
depths, first by an unscrupulous
leader, and next by a woman devoted
to but one object the success of her
husband's bill. It is true the reader
had rather not have had his Marcella
do what she did. But she would not
have beeu quite humau If she hud not
done so. Of tho sad ending of Sir
George, by a coal mine explosion, the
reader would have preferred to have P" dread ?f the
been spared. But it is still a fashion
to throw gloom and horror into the
pages of works of fiction. Just as it
is for men to wear stiff hats and long
coats, and women to groan In steel
The valuable parts of Mrs. Hum
phrey Ward's work In these volumes,
as In the former, is her clear insight
Into practical English .politics, and
her sidelights on the English social
fabric. There are no prettier groups
than gather at the knees of the hero
ine, nor prettier talk than tho gossip
retailed there about tho English no
bility. We cannot forgive a tendency
to the borderlands of scandal, and yet
The mayor of Baker City wants to
to be postmaster of that thriving
There were seven successful teachers
in the county institute of Yamhill
county last week,
A meeting was held at La Grande
to secure a beet sugar factory. It is
proposed to raise a subsidy of 3,5000
acres of land.
George Mayborn of Detroit, was In
Oregon City proving upon his home
stead when liis house and fences were
taken off by the high water.
Deer are becoming familiar. Last
Sunday one swam down the river
past Albany. An effort made to cap
ture hi 111 failed, and yesterday one
was shot in the street of Corvallls by
John Simpson, formerly of Soap Creek.
Thomas Swift and another man
whose name is not known went to the
house of an old Dutchman at Hay
stack, in Grant county, last week, and
beat him unmercifully demanding i) is
W. A. McClain, of Albany one o;
the bridge crew who went to exit'' ine
the bridge on the Santlam w:.s acci
dentally thrown from the bridge, a dis
tance of sixteen feet brsaKi.ig his
right leg at the knee, oil' a rocu pile
below the bridge, causing the bone to
Dig down to the cause of your sick
ness if you want to get well and stay
well. Most likely It's indigestion.
The Irritating poisons fermenting,
putrid food, left in the stomacli bv
nervousuess. dizziness, stomache,
nausea, Irritability and all the other
well-known symptuns of indigestion.
They also cause many pains and
disorders which are often laid toother
causes and hence are not easily cured.
But as soon us the poisons are re
moved, all these symptoms dis
appear, because there is nothing left
to cause them. Nothing succeeds in
this like Shaker Digestive Cordial,
because it prevents the undigested
food from fermenting in the stomacli
and helps the stomacli to digest fts
Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to
$1 per bottle.
The case of Ah Fung, the blind
Chinaman, of Astoria, who has just
finished a term of 10 days in the city
lall for begging, is being investigated
by the county authorities. The man
is unable to earn his living, has been
discarded by his countrymen, and
now the authorities must deylse some
means to prevent him from starvation.
built mo up nnd restored my health so
that, although the doctor Bald I would
not bo nble to work hard, I have since
done the work for 20 people. Hood's Sar
saparilla cured my husband of tho boils,
nnd wo rogard it n wonderful medicine."
Mks. Anna Pkterbon, Latimer, Kansas.
Is the Ono True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
i-,ti rMl curellvcrllls.casytot.ike,
nOOCl S PlIIS easy to operate, ascents!
ukder Your Cakes and Pies Of
the young people of the Congregation
al Church will take orders for cakes
and pies. Leave all orders at Stein
cr it Co. and Branson & Co's stores,
All home made. 21 3t
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Holiday Novelty. Miss Spcrry,
the Artis' is showing a beautiful
novelty for the holiday tnfde, and
those desiring something fine at a low
price will do svell to give an order at
once. 11-10 1 w
The new coin toes are the latest in
hoes. KiaussoBros. have them.
Ladies' heavy sole lace shoes, the
new tiling, also in at Krausse Bros.
Dealer in g -oceries, saints, oils,
window ff'asE, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
NOTICH The party who took the shovel
and digging bar from the railroad siding at
Chemawa, will please return them and save
themselves trouble. Oregon Tel. & Tel. Co.'
By W. II. Dancey. 02031
5li fie- y)
UgUIVt jr . 2
Women do innny
tilings that get
them all out of
to draughts, over
exertion these and
many others 'start
the trouble. A
slight cold may run
into the most ser
Perhaps none of
these things would
amount to much if
only care were ex
ercised to remedy
them at once. Neg
lect is a most pro
lific cause of serious
female troubles. By
nnd by, the troubU
is so much aggra
vated that the whv-
eician's skill is
needed and then
examinations so much
present, deter the sufferer
E. State St
-At the Union Bargain Store 14
Lady Clerk one that can speak
M. J. Matso.v.
FOUND.r A putr of gold rimmed e)eglnsses.
Owner can have same by proving propettty
and paying for this notice 11 -18
...v.. v,,ui street,. Fresh nu .' ' '
bread always on hanVi 8. fm
mother iipfft "i""'.. "Jot liU?
.,ww Kyj inuKe. '"'
Meets all masl and n .
Rage and express to K "". " k
Ui. Paul Ry.
GLANCE ATI HIS UK
Of the Chicago, ;Miltrnlcee Md A f-n
Railway and note its connection jith',1
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and (hat.
and remember when going east tint its ir. ,
ate lighted with electricity and hea-eJl'
steam. Its equipment is .supeib. Elrru
Buffet, library, smoking and deeping or
with free reclini-g chain. Each item,
car lieithl.as an ci.-.'tnc reading lamp, ui
its dining cars are the best in tie nil
Other lines are longer than this, tut
are shorter, and no other offers the above I u
urious accommodations, Thee are stfficit
reasons for the popularity o( "The ILW
kee." Coupon ticket agents in eten ml
road office will give yon farther infonution,
C.J.EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, TraT.Pw.Agua.
Pullman Sleeping Cvs
DISSOLUTION., The late partnership of
Uushman & Uoedigheimer in the "li u steam
Wood Sjw" was dissolved Nov. 9th, and the
undersigned will continue the business. Or.
tiers thankfully received.
14 6c Cornelius Bokdigheimer,
TO KENT. A large, roorty
at this office.
". A r r,Tn, m i,tii , ... t ,...
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus
the thing for putting under carpets, Call a
in vogue at
As a matter of fact, examinations and
"local treatment" should not be sub
mitted to till everything else has failed.
Nine times in ten, they are wholly un
necessary. Women were cured before
these obnoxious methods came into prac
tice. For over 30 years, Dr. Pierce'a
Favorite Prescription has been .success
fully prescribed for all derangements of
the womanly organism. It is remark
able for its effect on the whole system.
It makes the blood pure, makes digestion
better, helps stomach, kidneys and bow
els and is wonderful in its effects on the
generative organs. It immediately be
gins to allay the inflammation ami stops
the debilitating drain that is always ap
parent. As the inflammation ceases, the
In stops, the nerves are quieted and
e increased bodily strength does the
All suffering women should send for the
"People' Medical Adviser" (icoq page pro
fusely illustrated) Sent free on receipt of
iwenty-one cents to coei postage and wrap
ping e(y, by World's dispensary Meuical
Association, No. 66j Main Street, Buffalo, N. V.
I C. H. LANE,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, bdnth, r ut
'irand i-orks, l.rookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, N"
York, Boston, and all Points
East anl South
For information, time cuds, imps
tickets call on or writa
THOMAS, WATT & CO,,
265 j Commercial street, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, A. Mf
Morrison St.. corner fhird ForM -
Eastern R. R. Company
VAQUINA BAY RJlg
-Connecting at VWiiu J 'J
Francisco & Yaquina bay 3' 1
STEAMER "FARAL" U &a
Sails from Yaquina every 3 : WJ tf
Francisco. Coosllay. Port (WW.
and Hnmbolt Hay. vaef
fissengnr aciw----- mummt raw
..i r.mte lietwecn ins
EiF'Suits $IS upwards.
St., Salem Or
Pants $ upwands-j
.Shortest route ltn
lentv of im:nv on tood security
A larce quantity of lard for sale at
from Albany P?Mi
, Cabin, !5i,fo
Bay and Port 'ora,'reJ0d6odaj,l'
Th, mnst Dollar seaside WJ
" m- '- V l NO tuuv-
I North Pacific Coast
li w fie ir and on casv terms.
Room 5, huih I .'.nk liiiiUllnu.
- POTATOES. -
Hinhest cash price paid.
HERREN & LEVY.
Salem, Or. Next,to brewery.
bathini! absolutely -,,,, hMtu.
For Th e wiping w ;" v
Reduced rates to 1 " V, ,!,,
EDWIN STONl ;,f rf
J. C. MAYO, $? Y -H . a
M. P. UALUWii', -
T. H. HAAS,
YATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
i Makes a spwialty of fine repair woik, Seth
Tt omas clockw, etc., 2!S Commercial Street