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A DOUBLE CASE.
Remarkable Cure of a Boston Man
who was Afflicted with Salt
Rheum and Rheumatism.
BOTH PROMPTLY CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS'
PINK, PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. ,
Prom the Herald,
Those wfco hi had the misfortune to be
afflicted with tall-rheum, more especially
when it ban come in curly childhood, can
.appreciate what it h to "doctor" for this al
most incurable trouble. They almost all tes
tify that they have "doctored" for years,
and often with mo of the loading physi
cians, spending large sums of money without
obtaining relief. When this is complicated
with r.n attack of rheumatism, especially in
the case of a man wlio.se advocation it otic
that cxpoci Iiim to it, the M-riotn nature of
his physical ilN m.iy be imagined, and also
the potent efficacy of Mich ft remedy as Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which
Iris proved able in conquer such n coiiccumih
of bodily problems, and to put the man into
a condition of vigor us a substitute for one
ofu most disheartening outlook.
In view of the circumstances it is not sur
prising lh.it utility In lloston, especially thoe
.of Iho railroad men, who have been familiar
liotli with the indivhlu.il and the atte ndaiit
leireumstanccs, should make so much com-
incut on the cure wrought in the case of Mr.
.James Freeman, for n number of years past
employed as n brakeman on the Old Colony
Division of the New York, New Haven and
-Hertford llailroad. This gentleman had
,heeu afflicted with salt-rheum from infancy
-ond itifi blood had a decided tendency to
humor?, jn addition to which the exposed
rtluractw of his occupation promoted an ag
gravated attack of muscular rheumatism
'which threatened to destroy his usefulness
.and deprive him of this means of livelihood.
But learning of the rcrtarkablo testimony
which hud been given to the efficacy of Dr.
Williums' Pink Pills for Pale People when
.ever tried for these and kindred difficulties,
particularly such as arise from an impover
ished or disordered condition'of thcjjlood, he
was induced to try them, and the result has
Ibcen so gratifying that he has became a
pioneer ia recommending them to his fellow
'workmen, who through his words and the
manifest results of his example have shown
t constantly increasing use of the pills.
In view of the dcirree of attention which
.incase attracted, particularly in Its effect of
prom "8 ",e uje f "IC P'"s among mm
who are 'v,r '" ",e -"l 0I insingineujciiie,
the circuiit "Une were deemed worthy of
personal Jn vcs.l$to J"'- necordiimly a re
porter made a cait at til" cosy home of Mr.
Freeman, at 233 ShawWpilt Ayenue, Boston,
Mass., where he and hi.' wife were found to
be thorouchls- free and mirerved Jn rtntmg
the fiicS, ituif most cordial Jn tippret'mtlon of
the I'ink Pills.
"Yes, it is true," he (.aid Jn response to
cn-iuirv. " I have the greatest satWnetion in
jrfvlnif" my word as to what Jir. Williams
Pi..! Pill ....fi1.-iiu.lor mi'. thaonopcr-
K0111I in.ercyt in p?.l;lli about the matter
eiecnt thnt I feel grateful for Hie cure they
have caused, nnd I think it fsotily rijht that I
1 should try nud lot others have the 3fie 1
opportunity for benefit as invlf." I" '?
ctril to the origin of bis use of the Pink PiU ,
be remarked: , ,1
'I was first led to try them on account 01
1 ertificate from ft Mimtriwl man which was
1 ilished in the papers, ami 1 thought the
1 .1 is thing that hail done so much for him
uciulil help me.
"I needed to take the Pink Pills forth
condition of the bjood nnd for rheumatism.
The f.ict is that my blood has been of a very
hiitr.ory nature and I have been troubled
irilti KnH-rliorm from Infancy. Mr head
was covered with it and a good deal of my
Please noticejthe cut in prices
on the following
Shirts, plain locents
(Jnaer drawers 5 to 10 cents
Under shirts Stoiocents
Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3, cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per doren,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
telligently washed by hand,
Col. J, Olmsted Prop,
SALEM WATER CO,
Office: Willamette Hotel Buildm"
For water service apply at office, mil
payable monthly in advance. Make Ja
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction in water rate
-on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notice is left at the office,
jilereafter water for irrigation will only be
ifurnished to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
tread "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply at
if or copy.
WOLZI & IMIESCRIL Proos.
Oeatars Jn all kinds of fresh and salt meat'
Lard in bulk. 7c a ib. Cheapest meal in the
own. Try them. 1 71 Commercial St.
.Salem Trnct and Dray Co.
Orders placed with the above company will
teceive prompt attention and safe delivery.
Trucks and diavs foind on the corners el
State and Commercial street, Express wag
"ntatall trains and boats. In connection
with cur buiin'ss we will alo run a Iced
"ore Handling flour, mill fed, oil meal,
U chopped feed, straw, hay nd wool at
the lowest cah price. -n
I hone S6 V SAVAGE & CO.
for purity, and (or Improvement
plcxlon nothing equals Porxoxi
of tbo com- 1
'a l'owcm. 1
Hot ton, ilau.
hair came olH It was very uncomfortable
and nothing that I ,uiti ,Io seemed to cure it.
then came my rheumatic trouble dur
Jug three months of hist winter. I think it
came from exposure in the railroad yard dur-
tisin and was loc
11 was iiiuccuiarrlicuma-
mm urn was locnttii principally Jn my right
In my righ
arm to that I could hardly
ITprn Mr. I.'raiimnn Mil.n.
hi u mm 1 couiu imrilly Jilt it that high."
Here Mr. 1 reeman raised his outstretched
I J 1 I . V "I"", iiisuuisireiciicu
I right arm slowly to a position below the
middle of In;, breast and gave a cranhic idea
... uib .iiiiiciiiiy mm (luirevH wliicli accoin
p'liiied (but tflbit before taking the Pink
"I began to receive benefit from the first
time that I Icolc the pills, nnd I lme never
known them to fail of doing good. The
trouble wiih a good ninny people is that they
think they do everj thing by taking the lira
small qiiumity of any rpimily. I mn not
one of thoc who are satisfied with that kind
of sampling, nnd when I became satisfied
that they were the right thing for me I re
solved to use them with fullest efi'ect. I soon
securtd nlxiut L'j busts. 1 botmht them
mostly fiom .Times' Apothecary Store 011
nashiueinii Street. One of the first 13101I
clleels I found was mi inetetise of aptiitite
nnd the betn fit ofu generul tunic. Mv blond
bieanie Mirer and better, nnd ilw ..i'i. ..k r
, . ,-..... ...... ... ., ii.i.i iiii- ,'in i.s
the muscular rlu 11tiMlif.ru rn.i.llv .i;.i,....,ir
J ctl. As I took no oilier medicine the whole
efi'ect must have conic from Or. Willnnis'
I Pink Pills. I was so griuiliisl with tluir
cITcct that I must hate but glit ultogetlier
nbout eighty boxes,
j "The result was thnt 1 was enubUsl to at-
fend to my work as a brukemnu on the ears,
I which you know lecmires a ureltv fre
strenglli in the arms, and 1 lound my gciier
ul health nnd spirits toned up.
"In the ejrly pciiods if takftig the pills I
took one asn doe,nnd Itttorly I increased to
two and then three, the toning cflict being
nil the stronger without any disagreeable
"I was so pleased with the results of tho
Pink Pills in mv ease thnt I recommended
them to ..11 theiailroad men and others with
in my knmvledj'c that I knew would necsl
their benefit. Asucoiisequeiieeuuiteaiium
ber began their use, and from all thnt I bear
their etlects were very satisfactory, so that I
doubt not they would be willing to reinforce
my certificate with their own testimony."
Mr. Freeman's remarks were corroborated
ot intervals by his wife; who was a partici
nant in the conversation anil m.tnifestlv
shared his genuine outline ism for the dila
tive effects o( which she had been n witness,
and for which the name of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills hns become synonymous.
He certainly looked well and no one could
imagine by his appearance and manifestation
of energy the double piece of rheumatism
and sall.rlieiiin from which the i'ink Pills
has rescued him.
" I am so satisfied," he said, " as to the true
results which the Pink Pills have broucht
me that I can readily gi.ven 11 affidavit befiue
11 Notary to thnt Wiei-l! All who know trie
and thecirctini'tiincesiif my cas" will, how
ever, feci convinced without the wed of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in .1
r,flndeiised form, till the elements necessary
to givfl Jiew lifi1 nnd richness to the blood
and restore shuttered nerves. They are an
unfailing specific foe Bijeh diseases as loco
motor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus'
dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, ncrv
ous headache, the after effect of la grippe,
palpitation of tho heart, pale and sallow
complexions, nil forms of weakness either in
roiA rr fenialp. Pink Pills nre sold by all
dealers, tit M'iU be sent post paid on receipt
of price, 60 eenU a box or six boxes for
$2.50, by addressing pr, Williams' Medicin
Man in Oregon
would purcliase hip
ticket via the Burling
ton Route to Omaha,
tod rutir Kt. T.nnls.
Chicago and all other
southern and south
eastern cities, if he re
alized how comfort
able, how fast, how
safe its service is.
Nothing better any
where. , .
For tickets, apply to
any railroad ticket
arant. For informa
tionlabout rates and
C. SHELDON, G.A.,
IBARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
60 acre fine prairie fatm near Junction
CiyVo aces in cultivationprice $2,000
C 8y,'So 100 Lcres, 8 miles is- "
. in cultivatlcn. a barga n-$i,ooo
8C8c lcrl, near Waterloo.Ss res in cult.va.
liico"acs near Waterloo, 40 cre in cullh
"afrffir Waterloo, 2Sr in !,!
Sbouses to trade for rsnebe or smal
omcc. 1 1 1 1 -
Latiico Who Value
Areflntd complexion raustuw Poiionl'sPow
deT rvtn a so and beautiful H.
To Be Dogged by Republican
Speakers and a Flood of Cheap
Chicago, Nov. 21. At a meeting of
the executive committee of the na
tional Republican league President
Woodmansee announced that Presi
dent elect McKlnley would attend the
national convention of the league at
Detroit next July.
The clubs are urged to take part Jn
the inaugural procession In "Washing
ton on March 4.
The subject discussed was the pro
posed tour of W. J. Bryan In the west.
It was agreed to hold meetings wher
ever Bryan speaks. Books and pam
phlets will be distributed in all the
towns of the Bryan schedule and
speakers will then be sent.
The Knights of Labor.
Bochf.stek, N. Y. Nov. 21 The
general assembly, of the Knights of
Labor, declared for free Mlvor by an
ding a clause to the seventeenth
plank of the declaration submitted
by the committee on law. As origi
nally framed this plank held that In
terest bearing bonds, bills of credit or
notes should not be Issued by the gov
ernment, hut that, when need arises,
the emergency should be met by a le
gal tender noninterest bearing money.
The added clause declares for tho free
and unlimited coinage of gold and sil
ver at the ratio of 10 to 1, regaidless
of the action of any other nation.
South Dakota's Vote.
Yanktok, S.D.,Nnv. 21. -The vote
in this state is only complete on con
gress. The totals are: Republican,
40,870; Populists, 40,089. Several con
tests are In progress and these may
change the result. On the Republi
can state ticket the Heutenant-gov-ernor,secretary
of state, commissioner
of public lands, auditor and superin
tendent of schools are elected. The
governor Is In doubt. The olllclal
canvass will be made on December 3.
Canadian school Question.
Ottawa, Nov. 21. The Manitoba
school question will be satisfactory to
botli sides and put an end to the con
troversy. Following are the main
features of ahe terms of settlement;
which have been accepted by the man
School work of a purely secular
character will ocupy tne whole of the
school day, except the last half hour,
when the represenatlve of any relig
ious denomination will be allowed to
come in and instruct the children be
longing to his denomination, provided
the parents arc willing to have them
remain. In cases where the people
decide not to give this religious In
struitlon, tho regular school work will
go on until the close of -school hours
Asks for Mercy,
Saqkamento, Nov, 21. Gor. Budd
this afternoon received frou: Presi
dent Cleveland a peiaonul plea for tl:
commutation of the sentence of Wal
ter D. "Wordon, sentenced to be hanged
for train wrecking in Yolo county.
The president states, as the ground
for his interest in the case, that while
a resident of New York state, before
his elevation to the presidency, he
hud formed a great friendship for
Worden's mother, a music teacher.
Tim covernor also received a personal
appeal from C. P. Huntington, presi
dent of the Southern iractnc, ior a
commutation of tho death sentence.
Arrested for Blackmail.
Pendleton, Nov. 21. A man giv
ing his name as Ed. Gould, was ar
rested here Friday, accused of at
tempting to extort money from Mrs.
W. E. Watson by offering to hush a
story, rellectlng against her character,
for $50. Gould claims that he was a
newspaper man In San Francisco for
many years. Mrs. Watson is tho
wife of an O. R. & N. conductor, and
has an unblemished reputation. She
formerly lived In Walla Walla.
Honors for Valor.
Washington, Nov. 21. A jnedalof
i ...itniilnrl MrnntinpA
Snt Moses Williams, c f Fort
Stevens, uicb""i - --
uallantry In action with the Apache
Indians on August 10, ibui.
State or onto, City o? Toledo, I
ir.-.c r-rtifwrv I
Frank I. Cheney makes oath that he H
senior par w - - -K jzrrr-
J doing UUlinem u uib mj v.- "-
1 ... r M and ihnl (aid Arm
La ior cacti au - - -- -cannot
be cured by ;the us! of HALL s
. 1.-?... mnm mnA I 1.K-ri HTl tfl ITIV
:, thi filblday Jof Pecember, A D
A. W. GLKASON.
s... i. ... I. t1fn infernally
acts directly on the blood ?
ol til system, at "
v 1 . rnKMKvli Co.. Toledo, O.
rj-Svld by luugcws.
' PORTLAND MARKET.
Portland, Nov.19 Wheat valley, 8485
Walla Walla. 8l 1082.
Flour il'onland. lleuton county, 4.2c.
4.S5; gtaham. 3.50; superfine. J2.50 per but
tiat. wtute, 3ig4oc; tey, 3HOjft3S;roiird
n bags I4.j5ftti5.35, batreli, 4.500375
i'otatoes.. Oregon, 5cnooc persaik.
Hay.. Good, tifStt.50 per ton.
Voul,.Valley,''loc; Kajlctn Oiegcn
Poultry- Chickens.m ixed.f2.00a2.50: broil
ers, $I.ool.7S; duck, $2a3; geese, $56
turkeys, live, 10.
II iocs.. mem. salted 60 lbs 6a7c: under
60 lbs 44jc; sheep pelts, 1 o7oc.
I'luiiiS pilless, 3c4C
Wheat Bags Calcutta 4.25(4. yiY.
II an small white, iKcfatJiW lima,
Hogs Heavy, 3.35 to 2.5a
Wal mall 5 to sJJ large 4C Per lb.
Mutton Weathers 1. 75; ewes 1.50; dressed
Kitf-Mecrs 2.25;cows 1.75 :2.oo:dressed
iVAV, ... .
Lured Meats .Hams loc iojc b:con be.
Lard .in pails, 60.
SAN FitANClSCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Nov. 19.--Wheat,
Wool. .Oregon! choice, Io$Ilc; inferiors
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at lie for new.
Potatoes--203oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 1.05(0)1.20.
Wheat.6 iJid pcrbu.
Wheat.. 73jc per bu., market hrm.
Hay. .Baled, cheat, 8.50; timothy 9. oo
Flour.. In wholesale 'lots, 390; retail
4.00; bran, bulk 11.5012.50; sacked, 12.00;
-.lions, 12.5013.50; chop feed, ll.oo
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Turkeys 7c,
Hogs.. Dressed. 2j3.
Live Cattle.. l'i2
Sheep.. Live, 1.50.
Wool,, Best, I2al2c.
Hop".. Best, 12c.
Eggs.. Cash. 25c.
Butter.. Best dairy, 20c; fancy creamery
Farm Smoked Meats .Baccn, 6c; hm
9c; shoulders, 5c.1
Potatoes, .oc per bu
Green Fruit Pears 50c per box.
Dried Fruit. Apples evaporated bleached,
fio 8c: unbleached 4c5c.
Prunes 5c 7c.
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 40(0)50;
fancy dairy, 2535; fair to good, 2o22,
Cheese .Oregon full cream, lo.
Eggs.. Oregon, 25c per doz.
Fruit.. Grern Apples per uox l.oo1.25;
Penrs 75c 85c per box
Onions-65c75 per sack.
Ptied Fruit Apples, evaporated, bleached
4.4 J-jc, unlileachea, ScjVtnti uuditt.J, n.
Tht Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. U. Ciilloutte Druggist, Beaversville
III., says; To Dr. King's New Discovery t
owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr.King's New
discovery in my store I sent for a bottlu and
began its use and from the first dose began to
get better and after using three bottles wns
up and about again. It is worth its weight
n gold. We won't keep store or house
without if " Get a free trial at Fied A.
Thi" Copartnership heretofore ex
isting between W. A. Hamilton &
John Molr under the Hrm name of
Hamilton & Molr Is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims due lo
salcjllrm to be paid to V. A. Hamilton.
Any bills agaliistsald tirm will be paid
by each one paying one-half, W. A.
Hamilton continues the bulsness.
W. A. Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1800
Wc arc to have a continuous Re
publican campaign for tho next four
years, says Mr. Hanna.
"GREATEST ON EARTH."
Dr. Silica' noatorative Nervine,
Mr. B. T. Caldwell, is bqgfc- keeper In
tho First National Bank of Fulton, Ky.
"I was completely run down, My nerves
became so unstrung through loss of sleep
and worry that I felt sure I would be com
Dollod to rIvo up my position. I would He
gwakoalinlghHong, and It took feUt JJU
to shako tne up so that I could not possibly
Litcnd to my business as I sboula. In
connection with this I had liter trouitU,
beavlncaa about the stomach, ana pains In
different parts of my body. Iwasa&omucn
reduced In flesh. I was persuaded to try
pr, Miles' Restontlve iervj,
I first procured a trial bottle from a local
druggist and good results quickly followed. I
then procured a dollar bottle, and by the tlmo
I baduved this up I was a different man. I
am now on my third bottle and am able ta
sleep soundly and eat regularly, (jomctbtng
I could cot possibly do before taking jouf
iiesltata to pronounce Vr. Miles' lUitoratlY$
N? rvlne tho grtatut tuivint on corWi. '
Falton, Ky. C T. OA1D WEI.L,
Dr. Mnes' Nervine is sold on a poeltl.M
Dr. Miles' Nervine Reffflrt
lis v K TZmF rZm:
I. 'I'. IlllJIWtLJ.
(I . RC
ting thcStomachs aritlBowcls of
ncss andRcstConlalns ncilhcr
Not Naro otic.
Clmtiti -Starr .
lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
Vorms .Convulsions .Feverish'
ncss ctidLoss of Sleep.
Tne Simile Signature of
EXACT COPr OF WHAPPEB.
iili 1 ill 1 I HI 1I1 . it ir qhui 1 1.. ... 111. im ' '
' !''" i.im... 1 1 .'i .n.7t7ri , I.
THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL
Reduced rates. Management lioerat. Electric ears leave hoiel lor all public buildings
and points of Interest Special rates will be given to permanent patrons.
LawnBMowcr s, Cl-ickxr Tlrc Macliinc"kOils,
Hay Rakes, ry i-rOS and Axlc Grease
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
' 1 r- 1
Lawn Sprinklers, ZiL&i.i.if V.JX.
BREWSTER & WHITE &i
feed, flour and hay. Only the best
har died rnd p 'ces always tho
For the last 20 vears we
sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could
Pet along without sugar in his store than we could without
'iso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN & CO., Druggists,
Ceresco, Michigan, September
ui-a.n ffonrl 1nr iit tmnklflt lkint 'Pol
MOtOJUPlC AWireU tUIlBAUUiUU
.u.u. -.. " .-:. -...rt unUll..Vn
D. J. FRY, Agent,
tllrr lir,OOJ 1'tllKON Derminenti
cured In U to 14 days. You can b treated at
tr. It yon prefer to ooma bars wswIIIcod.
tract to pay railroad 1 areand hotel blllf jrd
noebarae, I f we rail to euro. If you bare taken uier
eury, louldo potash, and still baio arhes sn,4
dido hotash, and still baio arhes si
i'lroplee. Copper Colored Hpote,
any oirt of the body, llalror Kvebro
atni, nucoui i-atciies in iDouin. nurni uroai,
icoui 1'aiciies in iDouin. nurtL
, Copper Colored Hpots, 01
1 (blsecoudary HLOO I
tirvu upots, Ulcers ad
out, It is (bis Uecoudary HLOOI JL'UINON
we ituarantce to euro. W solicit tbo mott obetl-
uafo cases and clmlleuco the world for a
uato cases and clmlleuco the world for a
cuio we cannot cure, 'i'tits dueate bos slwars
ba CI eUtlin skill of the most eminent pliyil-
clans. 000,1)00 oapiul beblnd our uocoodl.
piii vcuiuu our uoooatu.
ulute proofs sent sealed on
HOOK It KM lit) Y vol
pie, CUIUAUU. LLXj.
Uonal g-naranty. rtoso
nntlmtWin. .AddrfiM C
U7 XJitaonlo Xeinple,
tllf It II t COD mlMDOtU
rkmnly fur llunorrttwa
Ultwt Hp rotatorrliwa,
ivi,t.. l 11 natural iil-cl.nv-,
or anr laflamias-
'rii'M wtm tiaf '' oucoui luw
- ..r.. .... ....... n lri.i.t . Kui.-aitrlnfrnl.
'.VHtM-sruMi-Sws - -- ."',:..
AeuiMMTio Hi-"". T' Du,--wVr.
v v.a .. ynm ,,y B,WMg; M,p ,."8i
?5 a af.UD. or s joltiaa, 1171.
V m VirUlT WW fwiiw.
Tho Rosy Freshness
And a velvety softness of the skin Is fnvsv
riably obtained by those who uo I'ossoMt'ai
no.t mnrmhnTMiiniii.ainriOnirn nrova Its Doirer to destroy tbs det
orm. Ko-to-bao Is tt.o arosUtt nerro-tood lulbo world. Many gain 10 pounds In U days anqu navel
faili to make the weak rmpotoDt man (trona, vigorous and insKnette. Juit try box. ?ou flllMj.
tiuntvii. Wm oiDcot you toVe ate what wo xay. for a euro U absolutely rusrsntaed by druiutltu ertlT-
&& 1 1 !. A
IS ON THE
Oastorla is tint vd in on-ln lottloi only. It
Is net toll la balk. Don't allow anjcn to sell
yon anything elus on tb plea or promlH that it
li "Jnit as pood" and villi amwer Tcry par
poie." Bm tbit yon got 0-A-S-T-0-B-1-A.
A "l, WAGNER,
s- S Dteyclcs,
have keot Piso's Cure for Gaci'
'r r - - -
lire for tobaooo In anr PV
- iSalem, Oregon.
X POWDER X
i KEMANb ALWAYS TMENAMK.Ji
' The finest, purest and most beautl- V
A fjrlna tollei powder ever made. It Is A
Ff eootblne. healing, healthful and Ft
A hsrmtessi and when rbj-btly used la A
F JutUllile. If you hare never tried rl
A POZZONI'S A
f yon do not It now what an I9EAX f
A t'UMl'a.EJCXUX 1-OWliCH la, 2?
fS IT IS SOLD EVilltYWHEHi:. A
aanonKnlt unit KmokB Your I.lfii Away," written guarantee una
HKmaux CO., C'Mcugo wow i
UST m SOUTH"'
California Express Tra..n-'un cai3 a'we.m
a Express Tra'..'-,'ftun caiy
Portland and San Franetico.
8:5a p. m
1 1 too p. m
.1 Lyr-t'oitund Ar. J 8
. Lv Kalenv- Ar, J 6
1 1 Ar- S. Frltco Ly. ( y
6o n. m.
too p. tn.
Above tralnsstop at tiast Portland. (Wnn
City, Wo- OWtfrp- Salem, Turner, Matibn.
letteretn, Albinffangent Shedds, Halsev.
Harritlurir. Junction Cily Eueene. Creswfl.
Cottage drove, Drain,! and all stations from,
Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSEBURO MAIL. DAILY.
iv. Portland nr.
ly. 1'ortland ar.
rir. Salem lv.
DININo CARS ON OGDEN ROUT'S
rULLMA& HUtFET SLEEPERS
and sccrnd-class sleeping cars attached to ill
WEST: SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallls. dally (ex
cept Sunday. 1
Ar. 1 6:20 p.
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
4U5 u. nt.l Lv. 1'ortland
Ar. I 8:3? a. m.
7:25 1. m. f
Ar. McMlnville Lv 5:50 a. m.
to ill points in the Eastern States. Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratci
from VV.W. SKINNER. AcenL Salem.
E P, ROGERS, Asst. U. ?. & P. A.,
0. R. & N. CO.
TO THE EAST GIVESJIIIE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock, rortland
Sept. 14, 19, :4, 29 and Oct. 4, 9, 14, 19, 24,
Fare Cabin, $12: steerage, 6.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamer Gypsy for Portlank dally, except
Sunday at 6 a. m.
Steamer Ruth from Portland lo Salem, dally
except Sunday at 6 a, m.
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Round
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets sold and
baggage checked through to all points in
Oregon, Washington and the East. No extra
charge for baggage transfers. Choice of rail
road or river route to Portland.
F01 full details call on Boise & Barker
agents, Salom, Oregon, or address.
Pres and Manager.
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full details call on or address
G, M. POWERS,
Foot of Trade st. Local Agent.
Jtiuir.0 X .
U;iion Pacific System
Hirough Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tourls
Sleepers and Free Reclining, Chain Jtlly
Portland to Chicago,
(Our trains are heated b steam and
lighted by Plntsc h light.
TTime to Chicago, 3 I-i Jays
Time to New York, 4 i-a days.
Which is many hours quicker than cosb
pttitors. For rates, time tables and fullinarmalta
apply toSssa - 'ifc,r-'
BOISE A BAiXKJEJt,
Agents, Saleaa, Ot.
R.IW BAXTER, 1 C.'E. DROWN,
General Agent Dist. Pass. Agent
135 Third Street. Portland.
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