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1 . - Hawaii and Cuba for
jlcannrr eraa, health resorts, and
OarcoMtjewKteyldcntlj does not
Intend that W. H. Egan, the Union
oiBdiatefor conntr superintendent
WKBOoKrtaA baTe a PriDCelJr -n
eoise wbey elected.
Tbere la-nrjrent necessity for bn
nane society and bird protection soci
eties In thlsdtj. WIHInot some per-
oa or persons wltb a beart for Ibis
wase take steps to revive the organi-
FAR WESTBRM REFLECTIONS.
A-prosnlnent Bepnbllcan met The
Jocksal man the other day, and re
Krked: "Send me yonr paper a pain.
I don't agree with yon In politics, but
I want a live, reliable paper. "lie
added: "Hike the Independent way
la which you handle public ques
tions." Sake great possibilities at a
center of musical culture, and never
bad a stronger array of taleotas ner
fome or ability as organizers and
teachers than at present. Wc can be
prowl of tbe presence of artists like
Heritage and Fleck, Parvln and Till
son, Scoble and 31m. Wlllman, and
many others. Salem should become
a strong Influence for musical culture
Saturday April 10, County Superin
tendent Jones announces two lectures
at Salem by a prominent educational
autboiItT from Bcston. Oregon needs
the Impulse of a new enthusiasm In
her educational effalrs. and that en
thusiasm can only spring from the
conception of new ideals In the mind
of her own people. The lectures
sbonld be beard by as many or our
people as pot&ible.
The Republican politicians are
playlns their old game In Oregon, of
falling under leadership ol the A. P.
A. manager! where there Is no relig
ious issue presented, and then making
combinations to secure the Catholic
vote on other issues. It is time this
double fraud on the taxpayer were
anmasked. If they want to pose as
the avowed anti-Catholic party let
them come out openly and say so.
President McKInley's message Is
printed in this issue. It will bel many, two educational
read with great interest. Tub
Journal has songbt in a conserya
tire manner to uphold the Presi
dent in bis efforts to- secure peace
and 'independence for Cuba. In a
war with Spain one of three thing
would result: 1. Wc would land an
army In Spain. 2. Spalu would land
an army on our shores. 3. It would
be a prolonged mining naval strug
gle, resulting in our holding Cuba
by force of arms. No. 1. is contrary to
ourpol!cy:2fo.2.lB impossible. No.
3. Is not desirable. If we get Cuba
we should buylt.
The Union county campaign will
be conducted in Marlon county by
the three chairmen, Geo. Weeks for
thaPeoplcs party, John Dayne fortlie
Iemocrallc, and W. T, Rlgdon for
the SHrer Republican. These gentle
men will gjre their undivided time
energies to the cause of the
this county. They will
conduct a clean campaign on legiti
mate method with only such means
Mtbe candidates voluntarily place at
thfjrdifpooil. The Union county
ticket when elected will not be niort
yaed to any ring or machine or secret
cchoWm tktt will have to be rewarded
at tU CKse of the tax pajcr
' people f In
i of the blood after win-
d. and breaUiini. vlti-
ir h heme, office, schoolroom
wi weak, thin or Impure,
oritfi the body as
Tm frwnnj far clMusiBg
it grandly tat by
k. wh iL'u Out
i talid u mi tim&r Um mttn
I overcome tw tA kHu u u
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Hood' PHI SHUSSL t "
Notes on the Latest Publications of Car
The Kindergarten magazine for
Chicago is a Francis E. Willerd num
ber. It contains an excellent portrait
Inscribed, "one of tbe spires f the
cathedral of humanity." Tbe June
issue will be tbe Pacific Coast special
number. 2 a year. Woman's Temple
The Pacific Empire of Portland Is
the woman's magazine in Oregon. It
is edited by Mrs. L. M. Miller In the
newer and better spirit of thing
generally. It is tbe official organ
of tbe woman's congress that begins
Monday Anril 11 and holds three
days at tbe Taylor street church.
Tbe weekly Great Round World, a
newspaper for boys and girls is now
reduced In price to $1X0 a year and
yet yery few can afford to take it.
But each school can aCord to bave a
copy and the teacner can read irom
it thecurrent history of the world.
Address for sample No. 3 and 5 West
Eighteenth street, New York.
TheCnlcagu Chap Book bas Im
proved In press work ana illustrations
until it Is nearly perfect. Tbe editor
ial manaccment Is first quality, In
uivine an appetizing variety, without
heaviness or any stale mntter. The
biichtest aitlcle in the Ap II Srsi
number Is on Longfellow by Bliss Car
man. Herbert S-Stcne & Co., Chi
cago. Price 10 cents. If you bave
a particle of ciitliu-Ufini over literary
matter send for a sample.
The Overland Monthly continues
its unique series on the old time stage
drivers or the Pacific coast by Major
Ben CrTrun.an. The Uun Witch in
tbe April riuftiberlsa Mory of Nor
wegian Jjord life. The Overland prize
photographic contest continue. Tor
conditions add res. the Art Editor,
Overland office, ban Francisco.
The Outing fur April contains tic
usual excellent denartmentsoo x ports
and pastimes of tbe season. Special
illustrated articles are cycling It
Yellowstone Park, canoeing on tbe
lowa.and wltb tbeCanadlan mounted
police. Tbe cover as usual Is a work
or art- Ad j res 9 239-211 Fifth aven ue.
New York. Price 25 cents a copy
"Our Dumb Animals" ot Boston Is
waging a vigorous warfare against
war In general and with Spain in par
ticular. It is a magazine, had we tbe
wealth and power to do it, should be
in every home and school of our
blessed land. It isa beautiful illus
trated monthly and we can get it for
our readers at 23 cents a year.
The fourth quarter of "tnirrent
nisiory" by tbe New England Pub
lishing company, Boston, Mass., is
complete and up to date. There are
chapters on all the leading topics of
tbe three months covered; also on
foreign and international affairs,
science, art and literature. It Is ed
ited with more than average fairness
and an effort at justice to both sides.
Price 40 sents for a copy, $1.60 a year.
Those who are unatle to keep up by
reading the dally papers will rind this
a very valuable compendium.
Tbe Forum for April is one of the
best numbers ever issued. It has
three reviews on foreign affairs, an
article on the Handel revival in Ger-
three on literary topics. Under tbe
editorship of Mr. Rice tbe Forum bas
kept firm hold on people who read
solid matters. Ill Fifth Avenue, 3 a
year, New York.
The .Bookman for April present
wonderful variety and exerts a fas
cination upon the reader from begin
nlngtoend. It Is readable and in
forming while at the same lime stim
ulating the taste for the beautiful In
letters. The monthly contract with
all activities or tbe literary world
produced by th's 'publication must
awaken the dullest mind that reads
for anything beyond the news of the
day. Dodd, Mead & Co., New York,
92.00 a year.
R. n. Russel, 3 West th .St., New
Yonc, Is publishing the "Enfant Ter
rible !" Oliver Hcrford -acd Gelett
Burgess, two renowned, aye, two most
renowned masters of American
humor, supply the illustrations and
suppurations that overflow the pages
or this quarterly quarto. All '.he
lightness and swectncs must bubble
forth from the heart or fair Carolyn
Wells, editress, whose goodies are
not unfamiliar to tha palate ot law
less rovers In Phillstia. Across the
continent it may not be indelicate or
taking a Utterly to pat her on the
back tbe dear girl and bld her go
It, oa bright career as humorist to the
new world. If you want a Ueasure of
humor send 10 cents for a copy of
No. 1 of this precocity as It Is cer
tainly too witty to live and too
wicked to die. Mr. Russell also pub
lisher art books and has an Illustrated
catalog that Is worth having. Send
him your address.
The Easter Issue Is the most pre
tentious special number of New York
LIFE we have seen, and a careful
study or lis contents Is well worth
while, but not only a great pleasure
in Itself, but as an evidence of the
advance made by this Journal In Its
succor fl efforts to please tbe best
class or readers. The pictures are
especially fine, denoting great care In
execution and finish, and are always
extremely pat to the text. We may
mention thoee of Hanna, whose half
tones are delightful character studies.
CD. Gibson has the center page,
one of the moft striking Gibsons we
reoiewber to hive seen. The cover is
a Milking piece of work and will at
tract ualmaa) sUwtkw.
vThe-.aprfnfc repwdjr tt
VHter than ail others Is
Thousands bare been otrtd
by It. physldsas tua and rw
Tf have IU
Try a bottl.
DR. STONE'S DRUG STORE.
Hon. Thos. II. Tougue, congresmaa
from tbls district, was renominated
at jugene, Monaay, witnout an op
posing vote. This was as it should
bare been. The Republicans made a
serious mistake when they threw
Blnger Hermann overboard two years
ago at Albany. Ira Republican Is to
vepresent this district, Mr. Toogue
should be kept In congress. He bas
very little show or election, as tbedls-
trirt gave Bryan about two thousand
majority and Col. Bob Veatcb.of Lane
county, is fully competent to fill the
place now held by Mr. Tongue.
Col. Yeatch is the Union nominee.
He Is a clean man of splendid antece
dents, of more than average ability as
an orator, and what isbetter.ls a man
waose beart and sympathies are with
tbe American peorie. He isa self
made Oregon boy, who crossed tbe
plains wltb his parents as a barefoot
boy in tbe 'fifties. Veatcb will get
the full vote of the three Sliver parties.
BEST OF ALL.
To cleanse tbe system In a gentle
and truly beneficial manner, when
the Springtime comes, use the true
and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs.
One nottle will answer for all tbe
family and costs only SO cents: Buy
tne genuine, aianuracturea Dy the
California Fig Syrup Company only
and for sale by all druggist.
Portland. April 11
Tec; waua waua, ibc
Flour Portland, 3.85;
fz.za per ddi.
Oats W h I te3703Sc.
Hay Good, tl212.S0 per; ton.
Hops Wgl6c; old crop 46c
Wool Valley, 14l6c; Eastern
Mlllstutf Bran.tlu; shorts, 20.
Poultry Chickens, m I xed, $30(4 ;
turkeys, live, 11(2 12c
Eggs Oregon, lie perdoz.
Hides Green, salted 60 lbs, 7c
under 60 lbs,6i(27chr.p pelts, 10(2 15c
Onions 0(g8l per c
Butter Best dairy, 45(30c; fancy
creamery, 50c(355c a roll.
Potatoes, 3.x245c per sack.
Apples 75$l a box.
Hogs Heavy, S4.
Mutton Weathers 4c; dressed, 61c,
Beer U tee re, $3; cows,2.50: dressed,
Apples.3G(tf40c In- trade.
Hay Baled, cheat. 9f5tii.
Flour In wholesale low, $30: re
Hogs drcsed, 6ic
Live cattle 3c
outtcr Dairy I5(g6c; creamery.
Sheep Live, 31c a lb.
Wool Bcst.l618c. Molmlr27(a2Sc
iiops uest c(jik.
Eggs- 9c cash.
Poultry Hens, 7c; turkeys 10c
ducks; 7c per lb.
Farm smoked meats Bacon, 8s;
ham, 10c; shoulder, 8a0c
Potatoes 20o In trade.
UNION PLATFURM. !
United is a common uue Cor tbe Had
jicipene of promos tbe principles of gwr.
ermaeat by tbe whole people, in ttct as well
as In nine, restoring sod zaaintamin tqsal
ity, under that goremtrtct. ol 11 classes, we,
the people's Democratic and Silrtr Repab
licsa parties of tbe Mate of Oregon, wiring
all minor points of difference, and writing tor
the purpose of carrying oat the greitut nn
derlyisg pricapTes npoa which we are all
ai.ced, do make and present to the people of
this state tbe loUowhw declaration ofnrin. ,
cipfes, and to the carrying oat of which we
solemnly pledge each aid erery canaidate'
epcQ our nmted ticket: '
First We demasd the free and unrestricted
coinage of lilrer and gold at the present
legal ratio oft 6 to i, without writing for
tbe consent d foreign Rations, and we are
unalterably opposed to tbe policy rf the
present Republican adraurlstratica in de
manding the retirement of greenbacks, and
the tarstng over of tbe moner making power '
of the got eminent to tbe national banks, as
presented by the bill drawn by the Repab
lican secretary of the treasury, and indcrsed
by President McKinley; and we specially
denonnce the avowed attempt by said bill to
fasten the country irrerocabiy and fortrer to
the tingle Gold sundard. ,
We demand a national money, aaf: and i
sotted, issued by the general government
only, without the interrention of the banks
of Usue, to be a fall letral tender for all .
debts, public and private, also a imt. ecrait-
ab'eand efficient means c distribution direct
to the people through the lawful diiburve-1
mentsofthe got eminent '
"tVc demand that the Tolome of circnlitm?
medium be speedily increased to an amount
snficJent to meet the demands of the bosi
ness and population of this country, and f
restore the just lerel of prices of labor and
We faror such legislation as will prevent
far i be future the demonetisation of any
kind of legal tender money by private coo-1
We demand that the government, in pay
ment of its obligations, shall use its option ,
as to the kind of lawful rooter in which
they are Is be paU, and we der ounce tbe
present and preceeding administraitons fix I
sorrenderine this option to the holders cf
We deman that there shall be no farther '
issue of United States interest-bearing bonds.
We demand that postal savings banks be
established by the government tor the safe ( :
deposit of tbe savings of the people and to i
We demand the election of United States
senators by direct Tote of the people. ,
We demand the initiative and referendemi
system of law-making in its optional form. I
local, state and national, and the submission '
by congress of all important national questions
for an adirsorr vo'e of Ihf rtmnlr until mrY, I
time as the national constitution shall have
been amended so as to provide for direct leg
islation. We condemn as dangerous and unjust the
surrender, in all departments of the govern
ment, to the influence of trusts, corporations
and aggregations of wealth generally and
the packing of the highest ourts of the land
with corporation lawyers, too ready to do
the will of their lata employers, and to set
aside valid and wholesome laws passed by
the legislative departments of the states and
government, upon flimsy pretexts, at the be
bests of such institutions.
e are opposed to government by injunc
tion. In state matters, we demand.
A simple and well-guarded regisbadon
A more equitable mode of appointing judges
moiNncsa made esy
W REQUIRES NO COOKING 'v UM ?$2m
I JUKES CCLLP3 ffl Mr FS STIFF AK9 JICE I 88$
1 h A3? F'Ml:'iJiBL ? i Wm
J QSE POUND OF TIILS STAHCH WILL GO i W()M
il AS FAR AS A POU.ND A.-D A HALF 1
1 OF A.NY 07HER STARCH. & "PBl
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KeokukJova. NevHaven.ConnI W7
Thlsrtareb is prepared on teintife principles hrri-n who hara had rearjof practical
ezpenesee in taccy lausdenne. It restores eld hnenand ro-nner dreses to their
natural whiteness and imparts a beanufal and lasting finish. It is the only rtarea
manufactured that is perfectly harmless containing neither arenie, alma or asr
other (shEtanee inicrjocs to linen and can be used even for a baby powder.
?or sale by all wholesale and retail grocers.
Strineentlaws to reculate the ooeration of
fish traps, fish wheels and all fishing gear in
the waters within the jurisdiction of the
We denounce an condemn the corrupt and
eatravagant Republican legislative assemblies,
and charge that the Republican party, in its
eagerness for the spoils of office, has become
divided into warring factions, so that it is in
capable ot government as exetcplified by the
condition existing in the office of the state
treasurer, there being at this time more than
$500,000 therein wrenr1 from the people by
the process of taxation, while state warrants
are stamped "Not paid for wast of funds."
We demand that all districts and couity
officers be placed upon salaries commensur
ate with the duties to ba performed by them.
Inasmuch as railroads and other corporate
property is not bearing its proportion of tax
ation, we demand that such property shall
bear its just and equal share of the expenses
. . DERBU CO. .
Bargains in Real Estate
254 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
fWe arc agentsfor Canadian OPaeific Railway.
In the Spring.
Aurora, Or., April 1, 1893. The
wonderful popularity ot flood's Sar
saparllla as a sprinc medicine is due
to its peculiar power to purify, en
rich and vitalize the blood. Mrs. G.
W. Yerjten of this place say that she
has taken Hood 'a Sarsaparllla as a
spring medicine, and finds that it
builds up hersystem, purifies her blood
and relieves tbe miserable feeling she
lias in tbe spring.
etAhiM la ifcelr
I Wit xrMk
rrain of aniline
will color a ton
of wine. A
rrain of per
potash will red'
den seven lhou
sand times its
weight of water.
The most tri-
every ccn of
the body and
death, It is the
make the bi
have thftfr l.
ception In a disordered dlrrsHoq and faulty
nutrition. This ia true of that most deadly
of disease consumption. It Is also true
of nervous prostration and exhaustion and
also of all forms of wasting disease. Ail
ments of this description may not only he
prevented bat cured bv a resort to the rkkt
An nafallidf cure for all distiir tfc.f
have their oririn in disorders of the dires
tlon and faulty nutrition fo found ia Dr.
Pierce's Celdea Ucdical Discovers, it
cures dlMUre disorders, inheres the appe
tite, ivlorates the liver. pariCes and en.
ncssea tae oiooa, enuos stealthy flesh and
bukk ana anves oat aiscasetrcrsaa. it
cores Saper cent, ot all cases of coassisap-
uus. lauBHUf uvc teMiaca to tacsc
sets. rratiU who aaffest sHkhststau
W. V..wjhj "IilinWwlSut(
bw wrywr saanewc. i w mwiii
3IU8ICAI- Prof. Parvln and pupils
and Miss Alderronglvean Interestini'
musical, this, Tuesday, evenlng.attlie
First Christian church. Take the
children to bear a nice program.
South Kalem. The old school
house in South Salem will ring to
night wltb songs and speeches for tbe
Union cause. To Salem gentlemen
bave promised to make addresses and
all are Invited.
There May Be Other restaurants
in this city but the peoble eat at
George Bros. Tbe 15 cent meals
served there are not equalled else
where. In fact It Is a pleasure to
take your meals at the White House
3600 acre grain and stock farm three miles
rom railroad, tuning water, good rprings
aad fair buildings. This is the best bargain in
the Willamette valley. Price only $6.50 per
3 32 acres, two and one-half miles northwest
of Amity ajojacres 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
barns springs and running water all for $12
3. acres, 3 miles north of Scio, 2 miles
from bhelburg at the crosr tg of the O C &
ERR and S P R R. t5o acres in cultivaticm
good house and barn; all under fence! family
erchard: good springs and running water.Priee
too acres 4 miles southwest of Turner 70
acres in cultivation; 30 acres in pasture good
hbuss and barn 3 springs; 7 acres of prunes.
Oaly t2S- per acte.
71 acres one-half mile rom Minto, 20 acres
1 n cultivation good bouse ana barn; -renin
water. Price S1300.
20 acres of fine land 3 miles south. all
cod cultivation for J750.
TO TRADE, ,320 acres inUnutilla county
for improved Salem property.
TO TRADE...1S5 "res en the Alsea for
city of Salem property, improved or cnim-roved.
A fine residence property inside, cheap,
call for prices.
House anl 3 acres of ground in subu rbs o
city cheap. I70O.
A good new house of 9 rooms for $1000.
$1:0 cash, balance $S. per month.
House asd lot ia Yew Park at a bargain a
List your house and farm for rent or for tale
We sell rickets on theCuudian Pacific rail
oad at )S .00 to $7.00 less t o eastern poin
WONDERFUL MEDiCiNE FREE!
PROMPTLY bENT TO EVERY MAX WHO XEEUS A GENERAL
Brings Perfect Manhood to
The Presidnt's Messaqe lias
been submitted to congress, but A.
lTuckestelQ's superb 5 cent cigar.
"Our Champion" bas been submitted
to tbe smoking community of Salem,
at wnose naaas it uas recelyed a
splendid recommendation, Try It.
Impure Blood in Spring.
This Is tbe almost universal ex
perience. Diminished perspiration
during winter, rich foods and close
confinement Indoors are some of tbe
causes. A good Sprlog Medicine, like
iiooa s oarsaparuia, is nectsary to
purify the blood and put the system
In a healthy coudltlon at this season.
Uood's Pills are tbe best family
cathartic and liver tonic.
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OF CniCAGO ILL. '
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A large percentage of the men of today are sadly In need of the right
kind of medical treatment for the weakness peculiar to men. Many cases are
due to early vices, others to excesses, while many of the cases are due to
overwork, worry and general nervous debility. It matters not. however
what the cause may have been, the fact still remains that they all reoulre
proper medical attention IMMEDIATELY.
write us at once, giving a description of your case, and we will prepare
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READ WHAT TU; PATIENTS S AY
Physicians' Institute. Chicage: u WJHA.KD, Wash, March Ss. -S96.
Dear Sirs, I have nearly finished my course of treatment and find
myself a different man. I cannot And words enough to praise and ex
press the deep gratitude I feel towards you. Your treatment Is simply won
derful. I am perfectly cured, and thank you a hundred Umes and will
ucijj you mi s possioiy can. iiay uoa Diecs you and your work.
Yours truly. C E. P
Physicians' Institute: LOTEX. La., June 19 1SS6.
My Dear Friends. Please accept my thanks for the kindness you bave
done me, Losses have entirely stopped and vigor has returned. I am
all O. K. I am better than I have been for 15 years. I do not feel like the
same man. All my friends when they meet me say "What have you been
doing? Xever saw a man come out like you."
Evar f tut tiiend. M. P C
Physicians' Institute. Chicage: HA VAX -.. N D.. Jan. 59 issZ
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my treatment. During the last two weeki ttm I took tour treatment the
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txraiss Txts daily e;cett scxday.
The best is cheapest
R-cine buggies and hacks.
Buffalo Pitts Harrows
Monitor & Tiger drills and peedert.
Plan It Jr drills atd cnlttvaters.
McCcrnick binlers mowers and rakes.
John Deer plows and harrows.
ell en;ne and th-ather.
Rep-irs kep. in stock for all the ature
For sale bj
E M, CR0ISAN,
W. S. WATEUBURY, Manager.
x.5orM) Lv ...Portland .. Ar
7-30? 3-Lr .. McMinnville Lv
&30 pit Ar Independence Lv
Direct cooKctioBS at San Francisco wnb
Occidexital aad Oriental and Pacific mail
steasA'p hues for JAPAX AND CHINA.
Saihng dates en apphcatson
Rates and tickets to Eastern points an '
Ecrope. Alo JAPAX, CHINA. HONO
LULU and ACSTRALLIA, can be obtairci ,
from W. '.V. SKIXNER, Ticket .sent
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
C. H. LRKHAV. G. F. 3c P. A. Portland
U.-50AM m L5 Wv l&M
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When Going East
Use a first-class line in traveling b.-uetn
Minneapolis, St, Paul aad Chicago, and the
principal towns in Central Viscunin.
Pullman Palace Sleeping aad chair cari
The Dining cars are operated in the inter
est of its patrons, the rrost elegant seivice
ever inaugurated . Meals are seived a la
To obtain first- la-s seniw yr-nr ticVet
hould read via
far all connection, at Chicago and Milwaukee
For eastern points.
ticket fall information call oa' rear nearest
ticket agent or write
JAS. C. POND,
General Pass. AgentMillwaukee,
Or IAS. A CLOCK. Ges-r1 AfrnV.
Stark Street Portland Or.
Corvallis & Eastern
R. R. Cornpanyi
AQU1NA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaq.una Bay with the Sa
Francisco & Yaquina Bay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yaauina every 8 days for Sar
Francisco, Coos fcay, Pott Orford, Trinidal
and Hnmbolt Bay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed
Shortest ronte between the "Willamette vallej
Fare from Albany or points west to Sas
Francisce: Cabin, S; steerage, $6.
Round trip, good 60 days, J17.
To Coo; Bay cabin tS; steerage $6.
To Humboldt Bay aad Port Orlotd, cabin
lo; steerage $S.
..-earner '-Albany" between Portland and
Co.-vallts, through witeout lay-over. Leaving
Corvallis 6:30 a. m. Tuesdays, Tnursdays and
Sundays leaves Portland, Yamhill street
dock, 600 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
EDWIN STONE, Manager,
J. C. XLA.YO, Supu River Division.
C. G. COKER. Agent. Salem.
TO THE EAST GIVES. THE CH0IU
Via Spokane Minneapolis m Paul and l)cr.
ver Omaha and Kangas City. Low rates a
Fot fu I d:tails call on or address
Agents, Saltm, Oregon,
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Ami worth dock, Portland ,
April 7 12 17 22 27, May 2 7 12 17 22 and
Fare Cabin, J12.00: steerage.SS.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND SALEM ROUTE-vSttaner
Ruth for Portland Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 10 a. ra. For Corvallis, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 3 p.m. Steamer
Elmore for Por.land Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday it CC45 a-m
Transfers to street car line at Oregon Gty
if the steamers are delayed there. Round
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Washing,
ton, California or the east. Connectig
made at Portland with all rail, ocean and
river lines. Call on G. M. Powers, agent,
foot Trade street.
W. H. HURLBURT.
C-en'l Pas. Agt. Portland. Of.
Oregon Short Line I
Line for all points East and southeast.
FREE reclining chair cars, Pullman palacs
sleeping car?, and upholstered tourist sleep
ing cars on all through trains.
BOISE & BARKER
Agent Salem, Or
Agent, 124 3d
W. E. COMAX,
W. E. COMAX,
C. O. Terry,
Traveling Passenger Agt.
124 Third Street Portland. Or.
The Northern Pacific
Railroad still continues the popular
route foreastern trarel and now that
sprint' Is opening up it becomes more
so than ever. The pleasant and com-
iortaoie accommodations furnished)
pascugcr. are proyeroiai and need no
mentrwi.The quick time made, without
change of cars is universally known.
I he r ad traverses the most magnifi
cent belt of country In the world
every mile furnishing constant scen
ery attractive and interesting, so
that the traveler goes through wlths
out fatigue and reaches the journey's
end without realizing distance. All
hrough Washiou'ton.Idaho, Montaana
Dakota, .Nebraska and the other
states, the eye Is feasted with scenes
iucasiuK auu impressive, while no
saud storm, suffocating atmosphere or
other demoralizing discomforts are
tret with. For tickets and full par
ticulars call on
TAKE THE -
Candian Pacific R.R.
And Soo Pacific Line
35 per cent
Hundreds of similar !--";
all are bona fide expr ns
writing to us, and -m-oib-i
Hon In every way -"
makes a specialty r p m.
for postac in !-'' ui,
may ever prosper, I re-i
sw - , our business office, and
iM-r 11.1-1 1 v cured men. D tot delay
lij w- Htf not only a responsible Instltu
.be laorwt medical institute la America that
AND NERVOUS DISEASES, Inclose 6 cents
ia piaimy seaiea.
To Cw a Cold la On Pay.
Take Laxative BrooioQuinlne Tab
le U all druggtot refund the money,
It ltfatls to cure, sac
uepu-nua Masonic Temple, CHICAGO. ILL
'W T Tr
yBtr Br. Ivan'.
rarmlfd lo -.... , I. sf.... . "Vnwful remnlr
Of the Dasseneers nn nnr tl.r-mr,l.
trains take their meals la the dining
car. Ihe proportion on most rail
roads Is less than 23 per cent. The
extraordinary showing made by Bur
lington dining cars is due to two
1. The service Is unusually good.
-. lue D rices an itmic.isiii. rat.
sonable. " "
Omaha. Chicago, Kansas City. St.
Louis all points eastandsouth.Three
ntcj! east vla B--'Bi St. Paul and
A. c. fn"Eivrnv
Gen'l Agent, Portland, Or.
. ,. . Bo
and all points east and southeast.
Oneipt.t tales, best service and accomma-da-ioas
Ihroegh tourist sleepers to Minneapolis,
S:. Pan, Toronto, Montreal, Boston anl
Portland, Me,, without change.
I Canadian Pdeific Railway Go's. Fmpress
ine of steamships to Japan and China.
ice iistesi ana nnest ships on tne facix
ocean. hhortest and best route to thl
Canadian Australian S. S. Co.
To Honolulu, Fiji? aad Australia Tbe
shortest route to the colonies.
For rates, folders and any information call
on or address,
F. N. DERBY & CO.,
Agents, Salem Or.
W. B. GREER,
Agent, 146 Third street. Portland, Or,
E J. COYLE,
District Passenger Agent, Vancoursr, B C,
IV! ADC ME A MIAN
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FOR SALE BY D. J. FRY, SALEM, OREGON
MRS. F. A ALPORD,
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