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Daily Capital Journal,
BV HOPER BROTHBRB,
FRIDAY. MARCH H, 1898.
THE DEARER DOLLAR.
The Salem Statesman advocates the
dearer dollar, the "hfuh-prlced
dollar" as it calls It, and gives Its
reasen: "Our producers could get no
greater number or the dollars of the
English people In exchange for their
produce than they get now, even
though we here Jn America
debased our currency, and called 43
cents a dollar."
Mr. Hendricks reasons that we are
nn exporting country and that our
legislation on finance will not change
the price that will be paid for our
surplus products in the London
market which fixes the price in the
home market. We do not admit that
bimetallism would give us a debased
currency, but call Mr. Hendricks' at
tention to statistical tables referred
to In all arguments on this question.
He will notdeny them and he cannot
deny that for eighty years prior to
873,when we had free coinage of gold
and sliver In the world, that the two
money metals maintained a ratio of
about fifteen and one-half to cne, that
all staple conirnodlLlet maintained an
average of prices of about, 100 as an
Hut. In 1873 silver was demonetized
by our country and a few leading na
tions. Since then all staple coiiimij
dltles have declined on an average
nearly sixty per cent, including sliver,
in the London market, or gold has ad
vanced sixty percent, put it as you
like. These statistics are familiar
to students of finance and to Mr.
Hendricks. Now we want to ask him
if the effect of the gold standard has
been to drive all products down to a
general lower level of prices of about
sixty per cent if our farmers are
not getting a less number of
dollars from the English people for
the produce we scll them, We arc an
(xnnrtlntr country and If wc must
take pay in the prices made in the
open market of the world wcarc In
terested In the restoration of the
bimetallic prlcojevel. The Itepub
llcan party declared In favor of that
In their platform of 1890, only they
wanted people to believe that It could
bo brought about by an International
agreement with the leading com
Mr.Hendrlcks Is honest enough now
to admit that tho Republicans only
put their kind of "bimetallism" Into
their platform to catch votes and to
save the country from what ho now
calls "Silver Monometallism," and In
his paper, March 10, says:
"IV SOME MEN WEltE FOOLED
INTO CONTItlHUTINO TO
WARDS THIS RESULT BY THE
PROMISE OV INTERNATIONAL
BIMETALLISM, WE SAY THE
DECEPTION WAS WORTH
WHILE AND JUSTIFIABLE."
Mr. HendrlcUs evidently don't want
to carry the deception any farther
and wc will Just note In passing to the
next phase of his reply to Townc,
that! if silver monometallism Is such
a dreadful thing to contemplntc,what
Is thoroso highly beneficial about
gold monometallism V
The Statesman makes this farther
admissien: "We cannot regulate
supply and demand. It would bo ut
ter folly to set ourselves against the
law of supply and demand." It says
silver has grown cheaper because of
new processes of mining, not because
it was demonetized. Tho fact Is, thn
production of both gold and silver arc
very much restricted because tho le
gitimate money demand has been
ti ken away from silver by laws do.
monetizing It. Some of tho most
valuable silver mines in the world and
nearly all the mines of Utah cannot
bo worked, even with the most Helen
title processes, because silver has had
its use and vuluu taken away by hos
tllu legislation. The demand for sil
ver has lieon cut nil and It Is not pro:
liable to work the mines. Tho wealth
of tho west Is In Its boundless mlnorul
regions bearing low-grade ores, which
the single gold standard renders
worthless. Tho. blmctalllsts urc tho
only persons who are willing to adopt
tho theory of supply and domand
Law creates an unlimited demund
for gold and oven it tho Klondlko
mines doublo tho output of gold In
0110 your it will not ulToct tho mint
value so long as. tho mints aro open
to receive It at a prlco fixed by law,
Abolish gold contracts, repeal tho
laws giving special privilege to gold,
tnaVo ull notes and bonds puyablo in
tho lawful monoy of tho United
Slates, and silver and other commodi
ties will take caro of themselves.
Silver asks 110 favors not given to
gold, Thu blmotallints bolluvo u tho
Republican all bcllarwj.'not long
since, In the no of both metals as
standard money. They recognize the
law of supply and demand.
It sounds strange from the llp3 of a
Republican to.hearthatlfwe Increase
the supply of gold the prices of every
thing else will come up. That is the
doctrine that the quantity of money
IS most Important. That Is exactly
what blruetalllBts believe. They be
lieve that one metallic money Is too
easily monopolized aDd that the free
coinage of both would destroy the
possibility of any monopoly. If the
law of supply regulates the value of
everything what becomes of the Re
publican doctrine of protection? If
legislation does not affect values why
do the -Salem merchants advertise
that certain dress goods are twenty
per cent cheaper as they were bought
before the advance In the tariff?
That's a give-away on protection.
If supply and demand regulates all
values then what Is the use of a high
protective tariff? We agree with
Mr. Hendricks that we sell our com
modities abroad for bullion value; but
that bullion buys too much of the
products of the American farmer's
labor under the gold standard.
Call for Democratic Primaries and
The Dcmocntic Primaries for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
Marlou County Democratic conven
tlnn to be held on March IB, 1898. at
10 o'clock a. ni., in the opera house.
Kiilnm. Orciron. met lin the various
precincts on Saturday
March 5, 1898,
at 2 o'clock p. m.
The apportionment of delegates of
said convention from each precinct is
as follows, to-wlt:
Salem No.l ... 4 Salem No. 4.. 0
Salem No. 3.... 10 Yew Park.... 7
South Salem.. 7 Prospect 8
East Salem.... 3 North Salem.. 7
Englewood .... 0 Marlon 0
Jefferson 7 Aumsyllle .... 7
Turner 4 Stayton 7
Sublimity 7 Horcb 0
Mehama 3 East Sllyerton 7
Garfield 4 Macieay 4
West Sllvertou 0 Monitor 6
Mt. Angel Oervals 8
Brooks 5 Woodburn . . li
Fairfield 2 Aurora 2
Hubbard 3 Champoeg 3
Butteville f Howell Prairie 5
St. Paul 0 Breltenbush .. 4
Sliver Falls.... 2 Total ... 204
Salem No. 2 ... 4
By order of ,the Marlon County
Democratic Cou'ntyCentral Commit
tee. Jon.v Baynk, Chairman.
Dan'l J. Fry. Secretary, d & w td
People's Party Convention.
The Peonle's nartv county conven
tlnn, Is hereby called to meet at the
Forestry hall, third story, opposite
Willamette hotel. In Salem. Or., on
March JO, 1898. at 10 o'clock a. m , for
the purpose or electing thirteen dele
gates to the People's party state con
vcntlon to bo held in Portland, on
March 23, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. m. and
to nominate county candidates, and
transact any other business that may
lawfully come before It.
And the primary conventions of
said party are hereby called to meet
at their usual polling places in each
and every product In Marlon county
on March 12. 1898, at 2 o'clock r. m
for the purpose of electing delegates
to tho above uamed county conven
tion as follews:
Salem No. 1 . . . 5
Salem No. 3.... G
South Salem... 10
East Salem.... 4
Mt. Angel 4
Butteville ... 5
Aumsvlllc . .
Rlk Horn 1
Silver Falls.... 3 Total..
Salem No. 2.... 4
By order of the county central com
mittee. K. L. IIiuiiAiti), Chairman.
J. M. Payni:, Secretary.
2 22 d & w td
Sliver Republican Convention.
The Silver Renubllcans of Marlon
county are calico to meet In primaries
on Saturday, March 12 at 2 p. m. for
1110 purpose or electing cieicgaics 10
their county convention to bo held at
Salem, Wednesday, March 10, at
11 a. m.
Aurora 3 Salem No, 2,, 4
Breltenbush. .. 2 Salem No.3.. 4
Butteville 3 Salem No. 4 4
Champeog .... 3 East Salem.. 3
Elkhorn 2 North Salem.. 6
Euglowood .... 4 South Salem.. 3
Garfield 2 Silver Falls.. 2
Falrtield 2 Sllyerton East 4
filryals 3 Sllvertou West 4
Horeb 3 St. Paul 3
Howell 3 Stayton 3
Hubbard ... 3 Sublimity .... 2
Jefferson 2 Turner 3
Brooks 3 Woodburn .. 0
Aumsvlllo 4 Yew Park... 4
Mucleay 4 Mt. Angel.... 3
Marlon 3 Monitor 4
Mulmiua 3 -
Prospect ... 7 Total 127
Salem No. 1.... 4
W. T. Riodon, Chairman.
E. IIokku , Secretary.
Harry Ladd, n young farmer. Hying
on Rock creek, was arrested Tuesday
for eloping with tho 15-year-old
daughter of O. A.iDanncmnn, who re
sides on 11 neighboring farm. Tho
young couple went to Portland, whero
they wcro married. Lodd was given
nn examination and bound over to
tho grand Jury in bonds or $300, which
Reception tq Carlyle Dtnton.
Salem's best musical people listened
to an array 01 Salem'3 bat musical
talent on tho above occasion Thurs
day evening. It Is safe to say this
town has never bad such a gathering
of artists as at present, nor suffered
such a loss as the temporary depart
ure of J. Carlyle Denton, who leaves
for England to study mus'c
J. lie program was oneneu witti a
few well chosen words by Prof. Sobic,
the oldest teacher of music In Salem.
He had not Imagined Carl Denton had
so many friends everyone seems to be
111s menu, bo many nad been willing
to go or. the program that he had
been compelled to take only profes
sionals, and he begged the audience
not to attempt an encore for anyone.
lie cailea on Mrs. w lllmari to Dlav the
Hrst number, and her aDDearancc was
greeted with applause and greater
uppiause followed her beautiful and
nigniy spirited rendition, baiem has
never had a woman pianist, equal to
Mrs. Holland sang a very sweet
waltz song, that was utterly spoiled
by the had acoustics of the Y. M. U.
A. MissShelton Droved a most skll-
full accompanist, and they were
warmly applauded. The violin trio
rollowed by Prof. Denton and Misses
Brown and Nicklln. his dudIIs. and
both well-known and popular players.
-j.no stuuents ruiiy jusiineu tneir
master's reputation. The air was a
sad one and probably expreiscd the
feelings of Prof. Denton at patting
with so many friends and nunlls
Prof. Tillson played an instrumental
reverie that showed a masterful touch
and finest expression.
Prof. Heritage sang "Honor and
Arms," rrom Handel, again display
ing his powers In operatic music of
the most difficult character. He was
accompanied by nerr Fleck, who
then played a paraphrase from Ll?zt
In his most highly finished manner.
Herr Fleck as a performer on the
piano is probably without an equal in
Oregon. He plays with a freedom of
expression and a thoroughness and
mastery of most difficult compositions
that Is almost marvelous. Ills execu
tion is wonderful and his audience
were delighted to the uttermost.
Many declared no such performance
had ever been heard in Salem. Prof.
Denton now played "Cavatlna" by
Ruff, his farewell nubllo rendition at
Salem, accompanied by Miss Denton;
it was a splendid exhibition on the
violin. At the close Miss Lelo
Nicklln stepped up and presented him
with a beautiful ring, with a neat
speech, air. Denton was taken off
tils reet, so to speaK, and for a fow
moments could not control his feelings
so as to express a few words of thanks.
Pror. Scoble said the show was over
and then followed a social reunion at
which all present shook hands with
the young musician and wished him
Rerrcshments were served by his
pupils and a general handshaking rol
lowed. Alter caKe and lemonade Mr.
Denton and Miss Brown, his advanced
pupil who will take up his work with
most of his students, played a duet.
Mr. Heritage and Mr. Sam Burrans
sang "The Larboard Watch," and re
ceived a storm of applause.
The master of ceremonies, Pror.
Scoble was then persuaded to give
"I Fear No Foe," and Mr. Burrans
was recalled to sing "The Vacant
Chair." He is a a splendid tenor,
lately rrom England. This closed one
or the most pleasant and successful
musical evenings ever enjoyed In our
After years of untold suiferlnK from
plies, B. W. Pursell of Knitncrsville,
I'.i., was cured by using a siDle box
of DcWItt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin
diseases such as eczema, rasli, pim
ples and obstinate sores are readily
cured by this famous remedy. Stone's
What Dr. A. E. Slater Says.
Buffalo, N. Y. Gents: JFrora my
sonal knowledge, rained in observing theer.
feet ol your Shiloh's Cure in cases of advanced
Consumption, 1 am prepared to say it is the
most remarkable Remedy that has ever been
brought lo my attention. It ha certainly
inved many from Consumption. Sold by D.
Normile, Forlabcnd & McGrepor,
of Astoria, have been awarded the
contract to build the dam and locks
In the Yamhill river.
A woman's best
iewels are lier
babes. A healthy,
happy child is wo
ment. A childless
woman is to be pit.
I..I n-.n-a l.n..r.t
the be the nossei-
or of other lewcls that are criceless
womanly woman knows this and would sac
rifice all the diamonds of all the nations for
the clinging, confiding touch of baby bauds
Thousands of women lead childless, love
less lives because of ill-health They do not
understand the duties that they owe to them
selves. They neglect the most delicate and
important parts of woman's organism. They
suiter untold agonies from weakness and dis
ease of the organs that wake motherhood
possible, and never know the thrilling touch
of baby fingers. They imagiue their cases
I11 this they are mistaken. Dr. Tierce's
Favorite Prescription is a sure, safe, swift
cure for all weakness and disease of the or
gans distinctly feminine. It acts directly
and only on these organs. It prepares a
woman for motherhood. It allays all dis
comfort during the expectant period, It
insures the baby's health and makes its
coming easy and almost painless. More
than 90,000 women have testified in writing
to its value All good druggists sell it.
Mr Kebccca Gardner, of Grafton, York Co.
Vt . write. " I was o tick with dyspepsia that I
could not cat anything for ovrr four months. I
had to starve myseir, as nothing would stay on my
stomach. I tried almost everything that people
would tell me about, and nothing did me any
Reed. I weighed only So pounds, f took two tut
ea of the 'Golden Medical Discovery' and,
thank God, and your medicine, I am as well as I
ever was, and now weigh 113 pounds. I have a
bottle of your ' favorite Prescription' tiov, and
thai Is a wonderful medicine for female weakness.
Praise Cod that he created such a man as you."
Ilusiness is business. No time for head
aches. Constipation causes them. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure them by cur.
Ing the cause. One little "Pellet" is
gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic.
?E5&fi-Y v smT
AN OPEN LET
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
nR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA
has borne and does now
hwr tha facsimile signature of
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA" which has been
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper end see that it is
tho kind you nave always bought,
and haa the signature of
per. No one haa authority
cept The Centaur Company
March 8, 397.
. . DERBU CO.
Bargains in Real Estate
fjffWe acr agents for Canadian Pacific Railway.
f 2600 acre grainjand s'.ock farm three miles
rom railroad runing water, good springs
aad fair buildings. This is the best bargain in
the Willamette valley. Price only $6.50 pet
332 acres, two and one-hall miles northwest
of Amity 24oJacres under cultivation; all
fenced; 2 houses and 2 barns; family orchard;
level land running water. Price $28.00 per
690 acres adjoining Marion station a fine
stock farm 90 acres under cultivation first
class family orchard good house; 2 good
bams springs and running water all for $12,
30 acres,' 3 miles north of Scio, 2 miles
from Shelburg at the crosr-ng of the 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.Price
loo acres 4 miles southwest of Turner.' 70
acres in cultivation; 30 acres in pasture good
house and barn 3 springs; 7 acres of prunes.
Only $25. per acre.
71 acres one-half mile romMinto, 20 acre
I CEtEBRATED V ,
the bitters. It
expels all the
in the blood
The following rates are now in ef
fect to eastern points via the Oregon
Kansas CitvtoSioux City, Inclusive:
First class, $25; second class $20.
To Chicage: First class, sai.&u; sec
ond class, $20.00.
To New Yerk: First class, $40' sec
ond class, $30.
To St. Leuis: First class, $32.50;
second class, $27.50.
To Cheyenne, Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo. First class, $40;
second class, $30.
Remember by tills line only, you
get through cars without change
Portland to Chicago. Inquiro ol
Boise & Barker agents, 270 Commer
cial street. 3-8-1 w
Karl's Clover Root Tea, lor Constipation
t's the Best and if after using it you don't
say so, return the package and get your
money. Sold by D. J, Fry.
Thero aro three Ilttlo things whldj
do more work than any other 1 !
Ilttlo things created they ai.
ant, tho bco and DoWitt's 1 ,
Early Risers, the last being thu
mous little pills for stomach and 11 l
troubles. Stono's Drug Store.
For Infants and Children.
Children and adults tortured by
burns, scalds, injuries, ccrcma or skin
diseases may secure Instant- relief by
using DeWltt'a Witch Hazel Salve.
Great Pile remedy. Stone's Drug
to use my name ex
Chas. H. Fletoher is
MURftAV STMCCT, MCWTONK COT.
Street, Salem, Or.
'n cultivation good house and bam; Irunirg
water. Price $1300.
20 acres of fine land 3 miles south. all in
ood cultivation for $750.
TO TRADE, J2o acres inUmatilla county
for improved Salem property.
TO TRADE...185 acres on the Alsea for
city ol Salem",property, improved or unim-
A fine lesidence property inside, cheap,
call for prices.
House anl 3 acres of ground in suburbs o
city cheap. $700.
A good new house of 9 rooms for $1000,
$150 cash, balance 8. per month.
House and lot in Yew Park at a bargain a
List your house and farm for rent or for sale
We sell tickets on the Canadian Pacific rail
oad at (5.00 to $7.00 less to eastern poin
A si'liUlAL,iY t'rimary, Secondary or
Tertiary Blood Poison permanently cured
in K to 35 days. You can be
treated at home .for the same price
under same guaranty. Ifyouj-refer to come
here we will contract to pay the railroad fare
and hotel bills, and no charge, if we fail to
cure. If you have taken mercurv. iodide
potash, and still have aches and pains. Mucous
ratches in mouth, note throat, 1'imples, Cop,
per Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part of the
body, Hair or Eyebrows falling out, it is this
secondary Jllood i'oison we guatantee to cure
We solid the most obstinate cases and chal
lenge the world for a case we cannot cure
This disease has always baffled the skill of
the most eminent physicians. $500,000 cap
ital behind our uncondtional guaun'y. Ab
solute proofs tent sealed on application. Ad
dress Cook Remedy Go,, 1594 Masonic
Ternplc, Chicago. 111. 3 7-eod&w
They Offer $1oo.oo.
For Any Case of Nervous or Sexual
Weakness in Men They Treat
aud Fail to Cure.
No fake cure, but a scientific treatment ad
ministered by physicians in good standing,
and specialties in their line. The State
Medical Company cures Lost Vitality, Ner
vous Sexual weakness, and restores Life Force
in old and young men. They will guarantee
to cure you or forfeit $100 should they fail.
where their medicines are taken according to
directions, ino money required in advance.
Deposit the m mey wilh your banker to be
paid to them when jou are cured not before,
The State Medical Company is an incorpor
ated comnanv wiih a canltal stock of n .
000, and their guarantee is worth 100 cents
on the dollar, Their treatment is truly a
Magical Tiealment, and may be taken at
home under their directions, or they will pay
11nu.u1a1c.111u uoisi uius loan woo preier
goto headquarters, if they fail to cure.
.1 s Company does not supply i-nything
1 -etiney narge a reasoname price 11 tahe
effect a cure, and nothing if they don't, do,
they will tell you exactly what it will sent
before you take it.
Full information on request. Write today.
STATE MEDICAL CO.
Suite 914 Ramage Blk Omaha, Neb.
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CTJR4
jl 1.1. jrrous nsas railing M"n
bAbuManioihar 'iww, and IndU
cre-tiona. Xfcew ruUUw und tunU
tester Lost i iuUur in 0I4 or loang. sua
fit a man for study, business or marrissa.
l'.ftTOnI InftAllltV anil fYina-imntinn If
taken in time. Thai, nm sLowa lmo-edUu iinpn"-
meat and erlaru a Ck 1U2 Tre all otlurs lilt" la-
ban cured tboosanda and will enra stm. Vim gi
pusillra wriiun cuaraniM to doct a cure In aach
vr raun, iiw moamj. rric Ml cania sr
sis caikwM (tail treatmontl far fS.
r.npocintstirica, N rani u-free.
FMEOY CO.. 'iarTu
For sale by D. J FRY drugpit,Salera Or.
Ieavei for fortland Monday,
Wednesnday awl Friday. 7 MS a.u?
Quicklime, regular fci
vice and low rates.
Dock between State
and Court street.
M. P. BALDWIN,
Candian Pacific R.R.
And Soo Pacific Line
and a'l points east and sovfheast.
Cheapest tates, best service and accommo
dat'ons. Through tounst sleepers to Minneapolis
St. I'anl, Toronto, Montreal, Boston and
Fortland, Me., without change.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co's. Fmprcss
ine of steamships to Japan and China.
The lastest and finest ships on the Pacific
ocean. shortest end best route to tne
Canadian Australian S, S. Co,
To Honolulu. FiiiS and Australia The
shortest route to the colonies.
For rates, folders and any information call
en or addtess,
F. N. DERBY & CO.,
Agents, Salem, Or.
W. B. GREER.
Agent, 146 Third streei, Portland, Or,
E J. COYLE,
Districl Passenger Agent, Vancouver, B C,
Going to Klordike.
No. not everybody. Some will travel east
ward and they wi.l want the best of modem
conveniences. It is not generally known
that the Northern Pacific railway pre fides for
its second-clas-i tourist passengers alt the
ci.mf rts usually accorded first-class trafic,
but such is the fact. Easy, upholstered
coaches, fine berths and all homelike sur
roundincs. No chance of cars and no lav
over betiveenPotland and theMississippi river.
i-assengers lurntined tneir tickets right
here in Salem.
bor full particulars see Thomas, Wntt
& Co., 266 Commercial street, they
save you money.
Two trains daily between Portland
When Going East
Use a first-class line in traveling between
Minneapolis, St, Paul aud Chicago, and the
principal towns in Central Wisconsin.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and chair cars
The Dining cars are operated in the inter,
est 01 us patrons, tne trost elegant service
ever inaugurated. Meals are served a la
To obtain first-class service ycur ticket
snouia reaa via
Direct connections at Chicago and Milwaukee
for all eastern points.
ror iuii miormajion call on your nearest
ucKer, agentor write n. fc
Z , - JAS. C. POND,
G:neral Pass. AgentMiliwaukee.Wis.
tjr J Ah. A. CLOCK, General Agent '246
ui.uustiiumauuur.,, - K,,
on the Burlington, says the North
west Mauazlne. is this: "Vnn mnv v
perfectly suie that you have the very
best and finest cars to ride in that
ever stood on wheels."
That is true. Nowhere is there a
handsomer train than the Buillngton's
St. Paul.Cliicago Limited. Nowhere
can you tiud better service than it
Three routes east via Denver, St
Paul and Hillings, Mont.
A. C, SHELDON,
. Genaral Agent, Portland, Or.
J, B,Thomas Tuthill,
and Assaj cr,
Oaice with Salem Gas Light Co,
No 4 Chemeketa street P. O.Box X,
Salem, Oregon. Prompt return of ore
aamplea. General analytical wnrir
Usp Dr. Miles'
TO THE EAST GIVESf THE CHOICfc
Via Spokane Minneapolis St Paul and ben.
ver Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
For full details call onjjor address
BOISE & BARKER
agents, Salem, qOregon,
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock, Portland
March l,S,9. 3. 7-2. S. 29.
Fare Cabin, l2.oo; steerage,$8.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND SALEM ROUTE-,8ttamet
Rulh for Portland Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 10 a. m. For Corvaliis. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 3 p. m. Steamer
Elmore for? J r.land Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at fr.45 a. m.
Transfers to street car line at Oregon City
if the steamers are delayed there. Round
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Washing,
ton, California or the east. Connecting
made at Portland with all rail, ocean and
river Hues. Call on G. M. Powers, agent,
foot Trade street.
W. II . HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. A(rt. Portland. Or,
Corvallis & Eastern
R. R. Company,
Connecting nt Yaqlna
Bay with the Sa
Francisco & Yaquina Bay Steamship Co,
Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coos Bay, Pott Orford, Trinidad
and Humbolt Bay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to Sas
Francisce: Cabin, ti; steerage, $6.
Round trip, good 60 days. 117.
To C003 Bay cabin $8; steerage $6,
To Humboldt Bay aad Port Orford. cabin
$10; steerage $8.
'i.-eamer Albany" between Portland and
Co.-vallis, through witeout lay-over. Leaving
Corvallis 6:30 a. m. Tuesdays, Tnursdays and
oundays leaves Portland, Yamhill street
dock, 6:00 a. m. Mondayj, Wednesdays and
EDWIN STONE, Manager,
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
C. G. COKER, Agent. Salem.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co
EXPRESS TRAINS RUN DAILY.
6:00 p Ml Lv...;i'ortland. ..Ar
8:30 PMVLv....Satem ....Lv
745 AM) Ar. San Francisco. Lv
9:30 A M
7IO A M
80O P M
Above trains stop at all principal station?
bet. Portland and Salem, Turner Marion
Jefierson, Albany, Tangent, Shedds, Halsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Creswell
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta.
tions from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSEBURG MAIL, , DAILY.
SV30 A M 1 Lv. .
IIOO A MVLv..
S20 p m J Ar. .
J 2 OO.'P M
(730 A M
i'ullman bullet sleeper and second-class
sleeping cars attached to all through trains
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mail tiains daily except Sunday.T
730 AMI Lv.... Portland.. Arl 550 P M
I3,'ISPM Ar.... Corvallis.. Lv i.-pe 1
trains of the O
and Corvallis connect
C. & K. Ry.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Ml Lv ...Pi
m) ArJ lnd
Direct connections at San Francisco with
Occidental aud Oriental 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 obtained
from W. W. SKINNER, Ticket Arent
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
CH.MARKHAM.G. F.&P.A. Portland-
Oregon Short Line I
Li?.en(?r,a'l Peints: East and southeast.
rKhh. reclininc chair r-ire pn n.i...
sleeping car, and upholstered tourist sleep
ing cars on all through trains.
BOISE & DARKER,
Agent Salem, Or
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W. E. COMAN,
W. E. COMAN,
C. O. Terry,
, T,. , . Traveling Passenger Agt.
124 Third Street Portland, Or.
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