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THUTSDAYj nKC. 30. 1807.
The Mitchell Push
Opens the Battle, in Portland.
Manifesto or Sol Hirsch, Hume, Lotan
r and Followeis
.:Tho first Rim In tlic opcnlnguf tlio
political caulpalgn In tills Btnto lias
been fired by the Mitchell Republicans
ni. Portland, and wlietuer Its rever
berations shall awaken tho echoes of
success from "Ontario to the sea" or
prove only a little Uzz-cracker remains
to bo seen
l'lie'lntluence of this documontiuay
bo felt In somo quarters but in Mar
lon county John II. Metcheii has a
very small following left. The men
who fought Mitchell's battles In the
spring of 1800 In Marlon county have
turned against hltu or left the party
and ho will noVcr carry a Republican
convention again la Marlon county.
We summarize the proposition of
tho Mitchell Taction to hold "fair
primaries" and shall keep our read
era Informed of progress.
WHAT WAS DONE.
The Mitchell Republicans of Port
land have issued atl address to the
rcrutur Republicans of that city, but
really designed for consumption In
the re.st of the stute, to the effect that
they Uc!re party harmony and a un-'
Ion df all the Republican voters of the
county und state. ''Looking solely,
not to the caudldacy or promotion of,
iin' man or men, hut to the unity and
welfaio of the Republican party In
city, county annotate." That is the
((iMc.im-.Inn uf the address, .which Is
couched In fair language, rcspcctful
and uu doubt was drawn up ty Mr.
Mltiihell himself. The document Is
signed by Sol Hirsch, W. T. Hume,
Jim Lo-.anf and the rest of tho ward
committeemen of tho Mltchell-Ro-
nublican city organization. It Is the
throwing down of tho gauntlet by
this desperate faction that first
forced a light within tho Republican
pirtj! for a candidate representing the
freobflver principle and then forced
Its candidate to throw down tho very
prlndlplofopwhloh It had contended
Tho proposals start out fair enough
In terms to havo both factions repre
eented at ths primaries and to have
Geo. II. Williams net as arbiter In re
storing peace and harmony, But this
fAtrnohS Is for outside readers, to
catch country Republicans with the
Idea that thu Mitchell faction has
tltmwii down tho olive branch and
asks only fjr peace and harmony upon
honorable terms, tlut to thoso who
will rcjd between the lines It means
a complete surrender to the Mitchell
r.icli.111. The tlflh paragraph from
the end declares;
'i'liat said arbiter shall also call tho
aforesaid county und city convention
to order, und bj teuiporury chairman
t iii.r..(.f-. im shall auuolnt two from
eac Ii of tho contending factions
therein who, with himself as chair
man thereof, shall coustltuto the
cum milieu on credentials for such
Of course it Is assumed thut there
would be bomo contests at tho pri
maries. Iu that event "Arbiter"
Williams and tho two Mitchell mou
would com,! Ituto tho committee on
credentials. That such a commlttco
ou credentials would report any other
than tho Mitchell delegates need not
be imagined for one mom ut. Yet
with this "suro-talng" clause tho
Mitchell faction conclude their "Ollvo
Branch" propositions and gne tho op
position pr sound monoy wlnt of tho
party ten days to accept In writing.
"And unless jour committee shall so
accept In writing wo shall understand
that you reject these propositions."
Ex-Senator Mitchell was bjcii by the
Tribune reporter and was "perfectly
familiar" with this plan to rcqulto
tho Ropubllcan factions or Multuo
mah county. County Chairman I)on
aid Mackuy had not seen tho docu
ment Tuesday, but said the regular
Republican county central commlttco
weuld tueetuudvousldcr U.
Tho Portland Tribune devotes
a pago to tho prouunclamculo 'of tho
MltclielljjUjgubllcaus und suyb It Is
alliiedSi0?rjirow of tho Muc-kay-S&Hjftlulopwbott
wlnjfof&be J&puSllcau party. It
eonclatfea'Jft84ditorJnl thus: jj'Tliero
Is po doibtTtWtj If SI mou uccepts tho
propoal(w wlJbo defeated, for tho
peojktywll VMtjroco tho opportunity
Wrrt$yiLi'i3for their 'actions
Jboth nwtfcB JwitMelectlou and: In the
??(UttMrfVHrJil$hi tho ollyo branch,
utjMHiK$lJ!co a description of
H goodflrlttyMtnV Club ill theouiiy
.brookfii. .'1'Jio Orcgunlan publishes
ttw nd(l') 'without comment and
AlsattliecndJ,llnt It Is understood
"tulitlhls udo'r'esVwIll bo answered Iu
few day, Of r.our(f, there will bo
fcut yvu aiis.K'r Uvuald Muckay. und
J Vll J
will be sold
Grocer and Grockcr
his Republican county committee will
not surrender to tho Mitchell
faction that put up and run thoMltch
ell-Republican ticket In the last state
campaign. Wlillo Mitchell was faith
ful and apparently sincere In his ad
voeaey of free coinage ho hud a posi
tive following In tho Republican parti
and outside or It men who saw In the
man un advocate of what they believed
in as a matter of principle. As Ik
has shown himself notoriously Insin
cere on the silver question and reallj
lias no standing with any clcmcct ol
the party but the grafters anc1
vultures, how can Sol Hirsch cxped
the Republicans to make him an Is
sue and follow his leadership? The
enemies of the Republican party In
Oregon can hope for no greater efll u
befall McKitilcyism than for John II
Mitchell und Ills present satellites,
I men utterly devoid of convictions 01
any Issue but that ol spoils, to bi'
placed In charge of Its organization.
Let the Gold Standard Republican
accept the "Olive Branch tf Peace'
for th3 sake of ofllce and they will go
down to defeat, morally and polltl
cally. Men who leave party for prin
ciple are entitled to respect If their
conduct bears the stamp of consist
ency and sincerity, But men who be
tray both party and professed princi
ples merely to get offlce and control
patronage, liavo;no standing In there-
ipect of the American people J3ut
then tho numo Mitchell -Lotan ultl-'
matum has no purpose but to Impose
upon tho Republicans In the interior
of tho state, who can still bo led by
Mitchell, and to lay tlfo foundation
for,tliclr own bolt, They have de
termined to hold a convention of
their own and put a county and state
ticket la tho field and Issue tills call for
unity and harmony, which they know
will not be accepted, ag thplrground
worK for further personal politics.
They must know that John n. Mitch
ell will "subscribe to anything that
will glvo him tho spoils of ofllce.
MR JORY ON UNION
Must Be Founded on Principle and not
Ed. Jouiinai.: In your report of
the meeting of tho Marino county,
Populist Ex-committee, In your Issud
of Dec. 27, 1 notice somo errors that
ought to bo corrected. The sentl
ment was, as you say, unanimously in
favor of an honorable union of all
forces, who aro earnestly Jn favor of
hotter government. Tho only dif
ference of opinion seemed to be, as to
how such union should be formed.
You pay: "Tho sentiment seems to bo
thut representation on the ticket
would be on the basis or tho relative
strength of tho Populists, Democrats
and Silver Republicans." You would
not hayo been led into this error had
you beon able to remain until the
close of tho conforonco. I believe but
one member of the committee advo
cated tho formation of the union on
so doubtful a foundation as that or
uio "pio counter," and lie, no
doubt, taw his mistake beforo
tho close of tho liicotlng. It was
shown conclusively, ut tho meeting,
that a union for tho spoils or ofllce,
would bring tho political vultures or
all tho Interested parties to tho front
and Insure tho defeat, through deals
and combinations, of every honorable,
self-respecting candidate who might
be so unfortunate as to receive a nom
ination, while It would greatly en
hance tho chances of all who were
unscrupulous enough to uso their op
portunities for personal advancement
No, Mr. Editor, you woro misled;
for, at the closo of tho confercico,
tho"Plo Counter Proposltloa" had
not a slnglo open defender, either
among tho committee, or the visiting
members of the party. Nevertheless, I
bellcvo that tho Populist county com
mittee which meots January IS, next,
will bo ablo to dovlso 11 plan that will
meet tho approval of all whodcslro an
John W, Johy.
Salem, Or., Dec 20, 1897,
Foil SALK.-reaui of horses. Great
est bargain la the world. Team,
good ihcavy harness and Mitchell
wagon, almost new, for $100. Keelor's
Shed, Salem. 22-20 3t
To Cuic'a Cold in One Day,
Take Lazatlve BromoQulnlne Tub
lots all druggist refund tho money
If Itfalls to cure. 25c. Tho geouluo
hsa L. B Q. on each tablet.
Stop that cough. Take warning. It may
lead to consumption, A ac,, bottle ol
Shlloh'j Cure may cave )Qim 4 (e. Sold by
D. J. i'ry.
Flfty-llvo cases araon tho docket in
Polk county uod JudgoIIcwett's court
Is grinding them out qulto lively.
NOT ABLE TO WALK
Heeded Friend's Advice and was Won-,
For somo timo I havo Buffered with
Croat Wtaknesa and wa not able to walk,
I could not sleup uljhtj, und did not lmvn
any appotlte. Ono day a Jrlend advUd
Kioto talcs Reed's Baraaparllta and I dhl
o. Alter taking flvu bottlei my heahli
was wonderfully Improved. I am J,7 yean
old, but Ilood'a Baraaporilla )ir j du.'j mc
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Yisler V.'ay, Ecat.lo, Y'h.
"HepfT Plllf cure flick Jleadaclw. c "
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THE" fltCflTEi m
TRANSLATED FOR THE JOURNAL
ic" for fh'o
Timo In Oregon,
Tun Jotjunal presents ror con.
slderatloa below tho original rorm of
the Initiative, referendum and Imper
ative mandate as It Is found la the
Swlsi constitution. It Is a document
well worthy of study and preserva
We bellevo that the referendum at
least, and possibly tho Initiative, In
eome form will have to be adopted as
a final means or protection to the
peoplo or Oregon. At present thdrc
Is no limit, effective control, 01
practical check upon tho extravagance
or a legislature In the hands or the
The writer, Mr. Burgholzcr, Is a
Swiss-American and has promised
our readers a series or articles to give
practical Illustration to this pro
posed reform, that will be valuable
f'ir direct legislation clubs.
THE SWISS SYSTEM.
Editoh Jeurnal: In conformity
with your suggestion that Direct
Law-making by tho peoplo shall be
given due prominence In the next
state platform, 1 wish to lay before
tho many readers of your patronage -deserving
Jouiinai a "Direct Legis.
latlon State '.aw" which bus been In
operation In the Swiss State of Berne
since June 4, 1803.
Berne Is the largest or the twenty
two Swiss states and resembles Ore
gon somewhat. Its population Isover
nair a million but the number or
voters Is about that or Oregon because
In Berne quite a number of crimes arc
punished with disfranchisement.
In point of area Berne Is about
equa) u some yf Oregon's largest
counties but nevertheless Berne has
more taxable wealth than all Oregon.
Among the J3 articles of the state
constitution of Berno I find tho fol
lowing Important provisions concern
ing direct legislatien:
I. REFERENDUM, (OBLIGATORY.)
Tho following acts have to be re
ferred to the voters for decision, a
majority of thoSo voting deciding.
t Amendments to the constitution.
2. Laws passed by the (one house)
3. Laws Inltated directly by the
4 Appropriations calling for a total
expenditure of oyer 500,000 francs
for any one object.
5. Propositions Tor contracting state
debts, From this rule are exempted,
debts contracted to payoff existing
debts, und temporary debts which
at the latest can be paid out or the
rgular state revenue or the following
6. Increase of the direct state tax
to more than double unit amount.
(As the constitution fails to give
til unit amount, It must be that
such unit amount is fixed by law.)
7. People's demand (Imperative
mandate) for the prematuie dis
charge of an unastlsfactory legis
lature and the election or a new
Tho people of Berno can uso the
l. To Introduce laws. When 12,000(or
more) legal voters sign a petition In
ravpp Qf tho passage, repeal or amend
ment of uny given law and deposit
such petition with the state officers
said officers hayo upon finding the
required number or signatures, etc, to
present puch petition or demand to
Tho Initiators can make their de
mand ror a law either by givlngonly
the main features of tho law desired
(leaving tho preparation of details to
the legislature) or by presenting a
complete bill. Inltlatlvo demands
aro referred to tho voters us handed In
by tho initiators and If such demand
Is presented without details and the
voters endorse It on election day the
legislature has to provido the neces
sary details and dcclaro tho measure n
If tho sentiment or the- legislature
does not conrorm to tho sentiment
embodied in uu Inltiatlyo demand
said legislature can mako its adverse
opinion known to tho people through
2. Total or partial revision or tho
constitution can bo proposed either
by tho legislature or by n petition
rrom 15,000 voters, ir total revision
Is demanded the legblature has to re
fer the fallowing two qucstlt us to the
voters or tho state:
First, Shall there bo revision or tho
Second. Shall tho revision be pre
pared through tho legislature or
through a constitutional conven
tion? ir a majority or voters vote yes upon
tho first question, revision has to be
undertaken- As to tho bceoud ques
tion, tho method receiving tho en
dorsement or tho most voters Is to bo
If tho legislature has to prepare the
revision, It shall proceed In the same
manner as upon pieparatlon or a law
except tl.at the second consideration
of the measuro shall not begin until
threo months artcr tho close of tho
After tho first consideration tho re
vision then outlined has to bo made
known to tho peoplo.
If tho voters deoldo that revision
shall bo prepared through a constltu
tional convention then the stato olll
cers liavo immediately to arrange for
tho election of delegates to such con
ference. Each district entitled to a member
of tho legislature Is entitled to a del
egato to such convention.
Tho revision tlnaliy decided upon
by tho legislature or convention Is
referred to tlto voter for adoption or
rejection. If rejected (by a ipajorltj
of YOtcrsjtuen tho body that prepared
the rejected measuro has to try again
to outline a constitution satisfactory
,to the people. If the pcbplo reject
llhe second preparation nlso, then tho'
proposed total revision IS considered ,
j . . T
If tho Initiators demand only a par-'
tlal revision, to add, amend or repeal ,
ose or more sections, then the Icglsla-
turo prepares such a revision In tho j
same manneras a law and refers It to '
the voters. When there arc several I
sections In question containing vari
ous provisions, the peoplo aro to yotc
upon each section separately.
3. When 12,000 voters petition for a
re-call of un unsatisfactory legisla
ture,' tho question Is put to tho voters
at the polls, and If a tnajorl.y -if those
voting declare for the proposed re-call
then tho legislature thus pron3unccd
upon has to arrange for tho election
of Its successor and consider Itsclt
With a similar law adopted In Ore
gon tho now ort -repeated stump
speaker's He, "you the people rule,"
would become a truth as to state af
fairs. However such a law docs not
provide for direct county rulo because
Swiss statos navo only stato and pre
Caught In the Draw.
Portland, Or., Dec. 30. Yester
day the steamer Bailey Gatzert, from
Astoria, with sixty passengers, ar
rived up ou her schedule and as she
uearod the steel railroad bridge blew
thotustomary signal for the opening
pf the draw. This was responded to as
usual and the "llyer" started through
on tho cast sldo or tho bridge pier.
Beroro she was hair way through
the great supcrstructro swung back
upon the steamer, catching upon the
star board side well abart the waist
und jamming her to a stindstlll
against the pier. Tho crash was aw
ful and the stout vessel shivered like
aspen beneath the blow.
Every soul on board, except the
working watch of officers and crew,
wub sound asleep, and for a moment or
two It was feared the horrors or a
panic might be added to the disaster
already at hand.
The brldgo was opened and the
steamer released and she passed on
through to her berth, where the
wreckage wus quickly cleared away
and the pasengers penned In their
crushed staterooms jreed from tlieir
Tho line or the bridge-bed struck
the steamer about midway of tho
height of her slate rooms and as most
of the people wero asleep In tho lloor
berths, they escaped by a rew feet the
tremendous sweep uf the huge draw.
It Is a miracle of good fortune that
scores were not killed outright, but as
It Is, only two peoplo wore injured to
any extent und those not seriously.
They were a Miss Judge, and Mrs. F.
A. Kuttnor, of Astoria. The former
lady wqs badly bruised about the body
by being pinioned down by debris, and
Mrs. Kuttner sustained a contusion in
the chest, which will heal in a few
Tho Gatzert is one of the finest boats
on the Columbia and Is valued at 8110,
000. Tho steamer will undergo repairs
at once and resume her place on the
Aaturlu route as soon as possible,
j The question or the blame hangs
lire as yet, the character of the ac
cident acquitting the steamer s of
ficers or any 'negligence since sho
was In the draw and at the mercy
or the bridge engineers. Had the ac
cident been reycrsed and the Gatzert
struck while bow-on In the bridge
channel, the case would have been one
to Involve tho pilot, but tho blow
came from behind and the charge of
negligence must icinain with the
Lafayette Follet, the engineer in
charge of tho big draw, is highly es
teemed and it is difficult to account
for carelessness from him after seven
or elglit years of approved service
"The IIuartof a Hero." This
fine drama will be played at St. Jo
seph's hall on next Friday night, De
cember 31. Don't fail to attend.
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We will sell the 15. M. Rowley stock of groceries, crockery, notions, to
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Commencing Nov, 2, 1897, and until further ordered
electric cars leave Hotel Willamette as lollows
TOR PENITENTIARY, via State Heuse:
630 a. m , 7 a. m.and every 30 minutes thereafter until 10:15 P.m And
at 11:30 p. m. to Twenty-first street only.
FOR 3. P. Co. UEPOT, via Stnto Heuse:
6:45 a. m., 1040 a. m , 140 p. m. and 805, p. in.
FOR INSANE ASYLUM, Transfer to Garden Read:
630 a. m., 640 a.
, m. and at 11 p. m.
m., 7 a, m. and
FOR SOUTH SALEM:
6:4a a. m.,
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7 a. m. and .every 20
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7 a.m., 730 a.m., and every 3omliutes thereafter, until 10 p. m. and it
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FOR FAIR GROUNDS:
6:30 a. m., 7 a, m., and eyery 30 minutes thereafter, until 10 p. m. and 1030
p. m., from Court house only.
This time table is based on railroad or Standard Pacific time. The town
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On Sundays, all cars, except depot, start at 8 a. m.
NOTICE TO THEATRE GOER3:
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For Insane Asylum Chemeketa strett and Garden Road, immediately after
close of performance at opera house and also at II p. m. from Hotel Willamette.
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tu. fnriArVA nnlnm e
W Jci.r. -Canbecarried la Vt fSkeTft.oor7boi' A'.?
it--- -- j w - mi Aicuicine ui. rnr.
every 20 minutes thereafter, until lu
minutes thereafter until, 10 p. m. and
ft ,K-t -
CHURCH ON STATE STREET
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it.. .?&. ri'"".
WaVriulne.I.t Maihooa. hu Sfif
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errora, cxctxlT use of
Thlnl and YaihH sT VonuSf.r'w
J, FRY, Salem,
. DERBY k CO.
-CWWcera agents for Canadian Pacific Railway.
-Goo acre grain and stock farm llircc miles
from railroad ru-lre, water, good iprings
aad fair buildings. This is the best bargain in
the Willamette valley. 1'rico only $6.50 per
332 acres, two and one-hnlf miles northwest
of Amity 240 acres under cultivation; all
fenced; 2 houses and 2 barns; family orchard;
level land running water. Piicc 128.00 per
G90 acres adjoining Marion station a fine
stock farm 90 acres under cultivation first
class family orchard good house; 2 good
barns springs and running water nil for $12,
3u acres 3 miles north of Scio, 2 miles
from hhelburg at the crosriig of tho O C &
E R R and S P R R. 150 acres In cultivatien:
good house and barn; all under fence; family
erchard: good springs and running water.l'ricc
100 acres 4 miles southwest of Turner 10
acres in cultivation; 30 acres in pasture good
house and barn 3 springs; 7 acres of prunes.
Only 525. pei acre.
71 acres one-half mile firm Minlo. 20 acrc3
5 THE POPULAR THROUGH
CAR LINE FROM THE
inn Mvr B
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co
EXPRESS TRAINS RUN DAILY.
6:00 P Ml Lv...Jl'ortland. ..Ar
8:30 P MLv. Sateiu ...,Lv
7 .'45 AM) Ar. San Francisco Lv
9:30 A M
710 A M
800 P M
Above trains stop at all principal station!
bet. Portland and Salem, Turner, Marion
Jefierson, Albany, Tangent, Shedds, Ilalsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Cresweil
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta.
tions from Roseburg to Athland, inclusive.
KOSMIURT. MilL, .DAILY.
Ar . . Roseburg.
1 2 00:
Pullman bufttt sleeper and second-class
sleeping cars attached to all through trains
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN TOUTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mail tiains daily except Sunday.
730 AMI Lv.,., Portland . . Ar I 550 r M
1215 PMjAr .. Corvallis...Lv) 105 PM
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of the O. C. & E. Ry.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
a:to P M ) Lv ... Portland
:e Lv) 450
730 P M Lr. . . MbMlmii ille
8:30 PM) Aig Independence
Direct connections at San Francisco with
Occidental aud Oiiental and Pacific mail
steamship lines for JAPAN AND CHINA.
Sailing dates on application
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and
Europe. Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONO
LULU and AUSTRALLIA, can be obtain?-!
from W. W. SKINNER, Ticket .ent,
R. KOEULER, Manager.
C. H. MARKHAM. G. F. SP. A. Portland
Eastern R. R. Company
YAQUINA BAV ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaoina Hay with the Sa
Francisco & Yaquina l!ay Steamship Co.
ails from Yaquina every 8 days for Sat.
Francisco, Coo llay. Port Orford, Trinidad
and Hnmbolt Haj ,
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Farr from Albany or points west to Bab
Francisce: Cabin, ib; steerage, $6.
Hoand trip, vuiA todays, 17
To Cno Hay labir. 18, steerage J6,
To Humboldt Im) aad Port Orford, cabin
$10; steerage S8
.-earner '"Albany" lietneen Portland and
Corvallis, through w iteout lay-over. Leavinc
Corvallis 6:30 a. m. Tuesdays, Tnursdays and
Jundays leaves Portland, Yamhill street
dock, 6:00 a. in. Moudayi, Wednesdays and
EDWIN STONE, Manacer,
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
C. G. COKER .Agent, Salem.
Hot Springs, Arkansas, is a good
place to ko to In winter. Shortest
lino is tue Burlington route. Write
for Information about rates and
pickets at olllces of coonectlngllnes.
, A. a SHELDON,
n'l Accut, Portland, Or,
IReai Estate !
Street, Salem, Or.
I in cultivation good house and barnjVunlng
wattr. Price $1300,
20 acres of fine land 3 miles south all i
j$bod cultivation for $750,
TO TRADE.--320 acres inUmalilla county
for improved Salem ptoperty.
TOTRADE...185 acres on the Alsea for
city ol Halem properly, improved or unim
roved. CITY PROPERTY
A fine icsidcncc properly inside, cheap
call for prices. '
Houie anl 3 acres of ground in subuibs o
city cheap. $700.
A good new house of 9 rooms for $1000.
$150 cash, balance 8. per month.
House ard lot in Yew Park at a bargain a
List your huW and farm for rent or for tale
We sell tickets on theC.nitdian Pacific rail
roid at J5.00 to $7.00 less to eastern points,
Tour blocks from Lincoln schod house
fine rci.ience half.block in Salem with
piivile c of enclosing half of street, city .later
fine fruit ttccs, if sold within three months
for $300. A bargain as it commands beauti-.
.TO .Mi POINTS
R. C NICHOL Gtnewl Afcnt S. K. HOOPER. C. P. T. A
351 Wu&inrloti Su PORTLAND. ORE. DENVES. COLO.
TO THE EAST GIVESf THE CUOICb
Via Spokane Minneapolis et Paul and Den.
vor Omaha and Kangas City. Low rates Ic
For full ditails call on or address
I30I5.E & DARKER
agents, Salem, qOregon,
Portland San Franciscp.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock, Poitl.imi,
Dec. 28, Jan. 2, 7. 12, 17, 22, ij, Feb.
1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26,
Fare Cabin, $e; steerage, J2.C0.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Ruth for Portland Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 10 a. m. For Corvallis, Tuesday,
Tnursday and Saturday at 4 p.m Steamer
Elmore for Por land Tuesday, Thurbday and
Saturday at 6:45 a. m.
Transfers to street car line at Oregon City
if the steamers are delayed there. Round
trip tickets to all points in Origon Washing,
ton, California ur the east. Connecting
made at Port'and with all rail, ocean and
river line:.. Call on G. M. Puweis, agent,
foot Trade street.
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gcn'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Oi.
Pullman Sleopinp- Cars.
Elegant Dinin Cars
Tourist Sleeuin Car
To bu Paul, Minneapolis,, Duluth, raigj
'hand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena end Rulte.
To Chi'.ao, Washington, Philadelphia. N
Vork. lioaton, and all Points
Hast uikI bouth
For information, lime cards, mu
tickets, call on or vtite
THOMAS, WATT & CO, ,
0,i Commercial srreet. Salem Or
M D. Charlton, Asst. Oen'l. fang Acw
Morrison street corner 'I bird Portland, Or.
Anronaaendtnff nakMi-fi and rtpurrlDtlAO mT
qulcklr ascertain our opinion free "l''1"r,f
Invention U probably patentable. Commnnioj
tloni strictly couadentlaL Handbook on l''
sent free. Oldeit agency for aecurtnirpa4eaL.
Tatanu taken through Uunn ft CS). rew"
tjttlalnotlct, without charge, lutba
A handaomelr Illustrated weeklr. J'St
culatton ot any acientlflo Journal. TermJ-jSi
ywri four raonthi, L Sold brail WfKi
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