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M Capita! Journal.
WVMfSSDAY, APRIL 13, 1898.
KOT A GRANGER CROWD.
As lowers political conventions are
manipulated and controlled by the
so&ey power the people will not be
represented.. Take the ltet of dele-
zatestotneitepuDUcan state conven
tion from Lane county for example.
The men,are so far as known, are good
jnen.but we do nobbelleve they repre-
and no delegation would be compete
unless this claw of men were repre
sented bat to the Ioukcr-00 It really
seems tliat the Lane county He publi
can farmers hare irlrcn everything
OTer Into the hands ot the bankers.
Bankers are nice men but they are,
like all other classes of men, liable
to legislate and promulgate plat
forms and put up tickets In their
own interest. When a county whlcb
boasts of being the greatest agrlcultu.
ral county in the State can send but
one farmer to a state contention It Is
time for the people to wake up and
look out for their owe Interests.
A CLEAN CANVASS.
Let All Unite for Principle No Tradirg
Editor Journal; It is to be hoped
that your earnest demands for a clean
campaign may bo heeded hy the man
agers of the Union forces. This U a
critical time in the politics not only
cent the people of thai county. Here .of Oregon but of the nation. The
, they arc: Uon.S. M. Yoran, banker
i at Eugene and very Tenement Kld
, standard man as a matter of course;
Hon. G. It- Chrlsman, principal owner
in the richest corporations and bants
to Lane county and himself said lo
'' be the richest roan in the county;
lion. Darwin Crlstow, banker at Cot
tage Grore, Hon. S. L. Moorhcad,
who received 200 for "flslna" up the
Senate Journal in 189-5; Hun. S. I!.
"Eik'ln, banker, lelng cashier First
National bank at Eugene, and a very
, sloe gentleman but a rery pronounced
slDglc gold standard man; Wni. Prc-
' ton, well to-do merchant and wc be
lieve Is at stockholder or director in a
bank; Hon. S. H. Friendly, wealthy
merchant; lion. J. II. McC'Iuug, well-to-do
merchant; Dr. "V7. Kuykendall,
physician, deacon in 31. E. church
and pleasant gentleman but not In
' touch with the plain people; Hon. H.
B. Miller, wealthy manufacturer, cap
italist and retired politician and rery
bluer against all manner of
reformers aod especially those who
oppose the single gold standard; Hon.
A. U. Woodcock, well-to-do lawyer;
Hon. C. Dole, supposed to be the only
fanner which the great agricultural
county of Lane could send to the most
Important political convention, or one
of the most Important, ever held in
r Oregon and it is suggested that even
this one farmer may send his proxy
by a banker or merchant friend. 2fow
merchants and bankers arc nice men
eyes of the whole country will 1 e
watching our experiment, and, what
ever the result, it will have a far
If we deduct ourselves a to
show that, wc hate really united on
principle and not fur spoil; that this
Is an carne-t and unscltJIi effort for
better gir. r-ment, the relief of the
lax. pay, r, md the restoration to the
people of Hi power and privileges
that have bo tlluhcd from them by
unscrup'il-iu' s-.-!iemcr; that it is in
fact as we'l J In name a reform move
ment; tlieu. whether we are success
ful or not, the caue of true reform
will be advanced. But, in
Respect Is" worth bavin?. But let
then? adopt the way of the scheming,
wire-pulling, unprincipled political
tricksters; let them make a few trades
with any faction of Republicans In
Multnomah or any other county; and
iny local advantage will be more
than off-set by the distrust created In
This Isn't going to he any walk-over
for the Union ticket. The Republi
cans are fully alive to their danger.
They will put up the cleanest and
strongest ticket that their ranks can
furnish, and they will make desper
ate efforts to elect It. A fearless and
straight forward fight on principles
ought to give us an overwlelmlng
victory, but if it dosen't. If the fates
decree our defeat, we want to leave a
record of which we can be proud and
not ashamed. Even if we are defeated
the end Is not yet. Let us lay foun
dations upon which we can build for
future success if the battle goes
aalost us this time.
Tour paper has taken the right
stind in this matter. Let The Jour
nal continue to act In this courage
ous and independent plane and the
people will rally to Its support; and It
may be said of It, as Frank Pixley
once truthfully wrote, speaking of
his "Argonaut:" "It has the Influ
ence that attends the utterance of
fearless truths and sometimes men
grow demigods and more than heroes
at the sound."
David Bcrr Chase.
Salem, April 11, 1893.
how this, the nays of the boodle poI
itlclan uuu not be our ways. Leirit
I mate campaign expenses there must
be, but a "curruption fund" should be
conspicuous by Its absence. Trades
and unholy alliances should be avoided.
We want no traffic with the sharp,
unscrupulous political managers
whose methods are looked upon by
our Republican friends aslndlspensl
ble to success. Men of this stripe,
while they may play some sharp and
temporarily successful tricks, in the
end cost their associates dearly.
TnePopull9t,t Democrats and Sil
ver Republicans have made a legiti
mate and honest Onion on principles
upon which they can all agree, and,
If they stand by their colors, they will
command the respect, If not the Im
mediate support, of all men whose
Will Represent Standford.
From a recent letter received in this
order l lclty from Carl G. Morris, who Is at-
I. ., c.. ..IMU- I. I
leuUIUfi outuiuiu uuhcibilj, lb i
learned that he was successful !n the
local trj-jut and will represent Stan
ford In the Held day meet with the
University of California, of Berkley,
to be held the latter part of this
month. Carl will enter the mile run
and will no doubt cover himself with
I honors. Carl has also been given a
place on the Freshman team that will
measure strength with the Univer
sity of Nevada, at Reno about two
weeks subsequent to the Stanford
Berkley meet. Carl's many friends
to this city expect to receive favorable
reports ot his performances on the oc
casions referred to.
The Polk county mohair-growers
met at Dallas Saturday and received
bids on 12,000 pounds of mohair. Tbo
highest of five bids, 30 cents, was
made by nerroan Metzger, of Port
land, and the pool was sold to blra.
The growers have a strong organiza
OREGON STATE NEWU.
Fishing season at Astoria has
Bowling alleys at Heppner must
pay a license of viw.
The foundation for the new flour
ing mill at Pendleton is ready for the
The grand Jury of Jackson county
Satnrdav f returned three John Dee
indictments for murder. Bench war
rants have been Issued on two of
In the case of S. n. Friendly vs.
The Eugene Light Company, Judge
Fullerton handed down a decision dis
missing the injunction restraining the
light company from erecting poles on
Attorneys of Hlllsboro have sued
father of Gus Wachllne. who wa
hung at Hlllsboro in February. They
claim be agreed to pay them a reason
able sum If they would defend blm.
The amount sued for Is $132.
The newly elected officers at the
city or election In Gold Hill, Joseph
ine county are: W, A. Carter was
elected recorder, jand L. F. Fate
marshal. The names of the council
men elected are: W. H. Beldler, John
Barney, Newman Moon, W. H.
Stickell and J. B. R. Morelock.
Mrs. H. L. Brown, a pioneer of 1847,
died In Brownsylll Friday mornlng.of
cancer, at the age of 83. She was the
mother of eight children, seven of
whom survive her. Four daughters
Mrs. J. M. Moyer, Mrs. W. P. Elmore,
Mrs. M. Tycer and Mrs. E. J. Mont
gomery reside in that city. Browns
ville was named for Mr. Brown, who
died 19 years aco.
Mrs. H. Keys, of Brownsville, died
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.
J. Sawyer, In Lebanon Saturday,
after an Illness of about nine months.
Mrs. Keys came to iLebanon to visit
her daughter and family. The day
before Bryan spoke here. Mrs. Keys
fell and broke her leg. She bad Iain
helpless ever since, the bone not knit
ting. Lately she suffered no pain,
but slept most of the time. For three
and four days In succession she would
sleep constantly, only awakening
when called to eat her food, and then
she would often fall asleep while eat
ing. She was 77 years of age, and
lived In Brownsville the past 30 years.
Bicycle Stolen. Between 3 and 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, some thief
stole Cbas. Goodale's bicycle. Mr.
Goodale left bis wheel on the Liberty
street side of Gray Bros, hardware
store at 3 p. m., and an hour later it
was gone. The wheel Is a Pacific,
1897 model and Is in splendid condi
tion. The thief will no doubt be ap
Srehended in the course of a few
An Iniquitous Measure,
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Lazative BromoQuinlne Tab
lets all druggist refund the money
If itfails to cure. 25c.
"11 COURT 11 S
Published Occasionally for the Benefit of
ANDTHE BENEFIT OP THE COUNTY TAXPAYERS.
The Petit Journal" Reviews the Attempt of the County Court
to Crucify the County Treasurer and Reward the Faithful,
taty ti s-
(Notice -to Taxpayers: All state
ments in these articles arc from the
oOlfctal records and vou are requested
to prescrvethe same' for reference.)
Trie action of the Marlon county
courjattlie April te.ni, In refusing
to allQw vupty Treasurer Brown any
pay for legal services retained by him
Jo defending the Interests or the tax
payers In the court house repairs in-
A Junction suit, brings that whole con
trovcrsy agalu before the people.
isf G?JJLT T,1B KECOltD SHOWS.
f Fw-Cf,utllJ court record shofts
tbatnaiue matter of litigation In
.Sfcffift''iflnPacr vsti. L. Brown, as
Treasurer of Marlon county, claim of
&wti', l4U'ron for expenses and court
' SSi&Kr item to amount of 30 al-
lowed, Item for attorney fees- Sher
'rrMan.Cdridlt and Park rejected, for
threasoUlist the uaiewas without
tBeaetbotUyof the court.
ilJrJ5"jtoii County ourt, at the
time tfce 8Ult IV.-ta h . I, if.. I lo nnli.ln
Mbe treasurer f ram ilng the war-
RtsJIiued to rar for the court
" ' r-
oufe repairs in the sum of M2 05,
40T8P8IKED County Treasurer
IfrowR to defend agjintl ihetald suit
a4tocf!loy counsel, but the court
tnifghe tfcouhl employ Bingham
!, at that time the counsel.
IpMaMtaMi a4vlor8 for the count v
m county treasurer
MlMW,Kli did Bot consider
ptoptr ftna to (tfite in
eouaty'4 true la.
pHW Dknm warraata Ae-
1 W4e BhmlHMg
flPWf WH IMS
calltyof the action of the County
Judge in Issuing those warrants. So
Treasurer Brown as public official did
Just what any c'llzen seeking to pro.
tcct his private Interests would have
done, under the same circumstances,
he employed Sherman, Condlt
and Park to defend tbo
true interest of the county, and had
those two.. warrants declared Illegally
JPAYIKO FOK ITS OWN DEFENCE.
'ow the County court of Marlon
county refuses to allow Treasurer
Brown to pay the lawyers who were
really serving the taxpayers well In
a public matter. The County court
seems to desire to compel Treasurer
Brown to pay out of tils own pocket
his lawyers who were piotcctlng the
interests or the taxpayers, while the
court pays Its own lawyers out of the
treasury for defending the Indl-
yldual wrongdoing of themembeisof
There has been no bill filed by
Bingham and Carson for their services
thus far. Mr. Carson tiled a bill or
1100, but on advice withdrew it.
At the November term,Mr.Blngham
put in a bill, iind It was allowed, for
tl'J2.35 f jr securing an order of the
circuit com t to require the receiver of
the Salem Consolidated Street Rail
way Company to pay Its delinquent
taxes for J803, 185Und 1685 of 11023.49,
or a 10 per cent rake-offjon what was
legally due Marlon county anyhow,
and Mr. Bingham, wko whs alio attor
ney for UieSaUia Cool (dated 8tt
Railway Oewptajr.wM aUe to kocm
tt hwm rw lllfg a uen notk. Jt
wm the sberi' ditty to collect thum
Usee, and be eU J per cet, hetlii
That Bingham and; Carson will
bring In big bills against Marlon
county for acting as legal ndvlsers for
Judge Terrell, AFTER ELECTION,
no one will doubt.
HISTORY OP THE CASE.
When The Journal first showed
up the Illegal manner in whlcb the
bill for court house repairs was
audited, the county court bytlts rec
ord ordered Treasurer Brown to de
fend. Now Brown wanted to do what
was right, and baying no confidence
In Bingham and Carson, and having
been advised by the district attorney
that the warrants had been Illegally
Issued when the court vas not In ses
sion, he employed lawyers he
hud confidence In and whom he could
trust. Next Bingham and Carson
tried to Intervene in behalf of Marlon
county.but not forthepurpose of pro
tecting the taxpayers, as It after
wards appeared. When they1 finally
succeeded In getting In on behalf ot
Marlon county it was only for the
further purpose of making Pugli &
Gray the contractors, parties.
Repudiated by Treasurer Brown as
unfit to appear in defense of the true
Interests or the county, they appeared
as Interyenors for the county, and
Mr. Carson appeared In his true light
as attorney for contractors.-whlle the
firm of Bingham & Carson were still
employed by the court as attorneys
for Marion county.
the result ok the suit
did not stop the Marion County court
from issuing new warrants for the
courthouse repairs, although reduc
ing the bill nearly four hundred dol
lars. Judge Hewitt held tho original
warrants for fcOS. were null
and yold. The amount reduced on
tho hill will not make up fortbe
costs ct the grand Jury in Investiga
ting orf the court coats lo far, to say
nothing of the big bills that will
still be brought In and allowed for
BlagkaiH and Carson's services.
The refusal of the court sow to pay
tbe Uwy who really icrved the tax
faytrs, bsaads tbe whuk procMdlwr
W under dictation of the
court bouse rlbj."asa Republican
bOM. Sherman, Ooadlt, and Park
are honestly entitled to be paid. Mr.
Brown Is a Populist, he has done his
duty, and should not be forced to pay
this bill out of his own pocket.' It their
bill was too large it could have been
ut down. But to reject it Is a polit
ical outrage, committed for tbo ex
press purpose of discouraging all ef
forts to bring to Justice offenses
that are committed against tbe com
munlty.In tho first place these charges
were endorsed by the Republican
organ and by prominent Republicans
generally. It was not a political
movement In tbe beginning, but as tbe
investigation proceeded facts devel
oped that showed It was a deep-laid,
cunningly devised scheme ot the Re
publican bosses to rob the taxpayers.
Judge Burnett's ruling to the grand
Jury was a PARTISAN move that
won him the applause of the Repub
lican bosses and saved Judge Terrell
from ind'ctment'On a mere technical
ity.lt enabled the party bosses to Jump
onto the weak-kneed Jurors and a min
ority opposed tho indictment, while
confessing the main facts of the charge
to be true. A minority report was
drawn up for them In the "hand-
write" of one of the County Court's
legal advisors, John A. Carson. Four
members of tbe grand jury favored a
true bill, while three saved the court
from Indictment for criminal malfea
sance In otiice. The action of tbe
county court In rejecting County
Treasurer Brown's bill for the only
legal services that were honestly
rendered to the county in tbe Inter
est of the taxpayers recalls all these
facts from the records and shows that
the County court Is still receiving
legal advice from crafty Republican
bosses for political purposes.
Our Silver to Be Floated
With Gold Bonds.
Increased Privilege to Issue Money to Be
Given to Banks.
Djughitt in The Dalles Times-
EmboWoDed by their success so rar
In "currency reform the managers of
tbe Republican party have submitted
a proposition for finding the currency
of the Unite1 States in such a shape
that money can be made scarce or
plentiful at the will of the Wail street
brokers. T ie Gaee bill did not go
qui e far enough to suit tbe brokers,
hence another measure was prepared
that i entitled "a bill to strengthen
the public credit," and Is about as
vicious a measure as could have been
conceived by old Shyiock himself.
The principal features of the bill are
"A division of Issue and redemption
is established in the treasury for
which the secretary of the treasury is 1
auinoniea to set aside tne general
cash balance In excess ot 850,000,000.
Tills excess on March 17, 1S93, was
3176,139,532. United States received
by ;thls division for redemption in
gold as to be cancelled and returned
in proportion as certain substitute
currency is issued. No note redeemed
In gold is to be again paid out except
under exceptional conditions.
"National banks are required to as
suine tbe current redemntion of
United Stales demand notes in order
to obtain circulation baed upon their
commercial assests. A new class of
notes, called national reserve notes, Is
to be issued in lieu of legal tender
notes deposited bj the banks with the
treasury, and these reserve notes are
to be redeemed upon demand by the
banks out of the redemption fund
which they are required to maintain
"The basis of national bank calcu
lation will eventually be the com
mercial assets of the banks. This
result will be reached, however, only
after a series of years. National
banks will continue to be required
during one year after tbe passage of
this act to maintain tbe minimum
amount on tbe United States bonds
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
M PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannls, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho same
that has borne end does novr jf Sf7-J? on everf
bear the facsimile signature of t&aifi&C&M wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTOhIA" which has been
used in the homes of the mothers cf America for oyer thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
tho kind you nave always bought, rrf ySZT' on ih
and has the signature of CAa&ffleuc&K wrap
per. No one has authority from ma to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher j
March 8, B97. Q&&&&P'
C MJTTJUta ?Mf MVftAAT aTftCCT, MCWTOM CITT.
. . DERBU CO. .
Bargains in Real Estate
254 Commercial Street, Salem, Or,
PWe arc agentsfor Cma&m'&tt'&z Railway,
We hare a gocd summtr rcfo t hotel and
feed barn for sale in tbe town of Walport. in
Lincoln county, on the Alsea Bay for $1000.
half caih. Ba'ance good property, or will
lease for a term of one j;ar. lit hfalth
reason for sale or lease,
2600 acre grain and s'.ock farm three miles
rom railroad, runirg water, good springs
aad fair buildings. This is the bst bargain in
the Willamette valley. Price only $6.50 per
332 acres, two and one-ball miles norihwest
of Amity iio'acres under cultivation; all
fenced; 2 houses and 2 barns; family orchard;
level land running water. Price $28.00 per
600 acres adjoining Marion station a fine
as security for circulation, svhich is ( stock farm 90 acres under cultivation first
required by existing law, but they class family orchard good house; 2 good
will be permitted to issue notes to the I tarns springs and running water all for $12.
face value of these bonds. This bond lPr acre ., ,. , c - -i
. .. . , . , , 1 3a acres 3 miles north of Scio, 2 miles
deposit may be reduced by one-fourth , from shelburg at the crosr -g of the O C &
annually, beginning one year after1 ERRandSPRR. i?o acres in cultivatien:
the passage Of the act. 1 Z house and bam; all under fence; Jamiiy
"National banks are to be
mittea to issue current notes unon
their commercial assets to tbe amount
of the reserve notes issued to them in 1
return for deposits of United States
notes. The purpose of this provision
is to compel the conversion of United
States notes Into reserve notes, as
well as to limit the issues of currency
upon commercial assets.
"The national currency notes based
upon commercial assets are to be se-
erchard: pood sDrintrs and running water.Price
100 acres 4 miles southwest ot turner 70
acres in cultivation; 30 acres in pasture good
house and barn 3 springs; 7 acres of prunes.
Only $23. per acre.
. 7 1 acres one-half mile 10m Minto, 2oacies
i i n cultivation good house and barn; rutin
water. 1'nce Sl3CO.
20 acres of fine lnl 3 miles touili. a 1
ood cultivation for (750.
TO TRADE. .320 acres inUmatilla count)
for improved Silem property.
TO TRADF !S; seres on the Alsea foi
city of Saleai proper y, improved or unim
roved. CITV PROPERTY.
A fine reidence property inside, cheap,
call for prices.
House anl 3 acres of ground in suburbs 0
city cheap. $700".
A good new house of 9 rooms' for $1000.
$130 cash, balance $X. per month.
House ar.d lot in Yew Park at a bargain a
List your house and farm for rent or for fall
We sell tickets on theCnadian Pacific rail-
oad at ti .00 to $7.00 less to eastern poin
Oregon Short Line I
upuu tuiuiuerciai assets are to oe se-t 1 1 ,
cured by a bank note guaranty fund, fl II JCKGST
made up by the contribution in gold
coin 5 per cent of the entire circula
tion of the bank.
"The national reserve notes will
rontinue to be legal tender until re
ceived into the treasurry from failed
and liquidating banks, when liability
from them will be assumed by the"gov
ernment, and they will be redeemed
and cancelled. Provision is made that
they shall cease to be required as a
basis of circulation, when the secre
tary of the treasury is satisfied that
there is no longer a sutliclent amount
available to meet the demands for new
banks and Increased circulation.
"Standard sliver dollars are to be
redeemable in gold, but silver certifi
cates are redeemable onlv In standard
silver dollars. The parity of silver
with gold Is secured by a gold redemp
tion fund, deposited In the division
of issue and redemption, equal to fire
per cent, or tue amount ot sliver
which has been coined."
Comment on this bill Is hardly nec
essary, ior 11 snows upon its race so
many objectionable features that it
condemns Itself. It means an issu
ance of more interest bearing bonds;
the creation of credit currency that
would be so flexible that it could be
contracted just to suit the whims of
money lenders, and still of such a
wild cat nature that its value would
always be questioned.
FREE reclining chair cars, Pullman palace
sleeping carr, and upholt:red toutist sleep
ing cars on all through trains.
IiOISE & BARKER,
Agent Salem, Or
Agent, 124 3d
VT E. CO.MJt,
C. O. Tcio,
Traeling Passenger Agt.
124 Third Street Portland. Or.
A MOLTITDDB OP FAULTS A K to
be found with many things but not a
word of complaint comes from people
who buy their groceries at Branson &
Go's. The quality ot the goods sold
there is faultless.
They Offer $.00.00.
For Any Case of Nervom or Sexual
Weakness ia Men They Treat
aud Fail to Cure.
No fake cure, but a scienunc treatment ad
ministered by physicians in good standing,
and specialties in their line. The State
Medical Company cutes Lost Vitality, Ner
vous Sexual Weakness, and restores Life Force
in old and ) oung men. They will guarantee
a cure you tr lurfeit $looLould they fail,
a here their medicines are taVn according to
i c ions. Nonionev required in advance.
UrjMt the mey with jour banker to be
j j l - ihem whin jou are cured not be
1 11c cute Mcdicil Company is an incorpor
ated company i h a capital stock of S250,.
000, and their guarantee is voith 100 cents
on tne dollar. ITieir treatment is truly a
Magical Tieatment, and may be taken at
home under their directions, orthtvullt n.
I railros-d fare and hotel bills to all who prefer
V " lu lu ucAutjuaiisr,, 11 mcy lau 10 cure.
P ysr I lliis Company does not supply rnything
Who would orescribc onlv S . flH?:the"' !" reasonable price if tabe
1 wno WOUIO prescrjtx. only effect a cure, aid nothing if they don't, do,
A tonics and bitters for a weak, they will tell you exactly what itwill sent
$ puny child ? Its muscles and 1 1 b"i?Jf,5;Xl,;?it-- - . ,
m .. , .. Full information on request. Write todav.
2 nerves are so thoroughly ex- u state-medial co
haustcd that they Cannot be ults 94 Ramage Blk Omaha. Neb
9 whipped into activity. The
TO THE EAST GIVESf 1HE CHOICfs
Via Spokane SUnneapons 5t Paul and Len.
ver Omaha anj Kansas City. Low rates c
For full dttails call on or address
agents, SaUni, Oregon,
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock, Portlana,
April 7 12 17 22 27, May 2 7 12 17 22 and
Fare Cabin, tl2.oo; steerage.SS.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Ruth for Portland Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 10 a. ra. For Corvallis, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 3 p.m. Steamer
Elmore for Pa r.Iand Tuesday, Thursday ana
Saturday t 6145 m-
Transfers to street car line at Oregon City
if the steamers are delayed there. Round
tnp tickets to all points in Oregon, Washing.
iuu, v,4uunia or me east, connect ng
made at I'ort'and with all rail, ocean and
nver lines. Call on G. SL Powers, agent
foot Trade street.
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland. O
Wak Ueclaked. Presnall ASona
have declared war against high
priced meals and are bervlng a line
meal for 15 cents at their Commercial
street restaurant. Call and see tbem.
You'll Regret It If you do not
embrace the opportunity and smoke
oaly the 10 ceat La Corona cigar. It
Is wad right In Salem and ts not
iuald by even higher priced artistes.
child needs food ; a blood
$ makingr, nerve-strcnfjtheninw i
m uh niwuc-uuuain? iikxj.
f 1 n r ip y jw
s Mil h hlh J.TT
Candian Pacific R R.
And Soo Pacific Line
andall points eat and southeast,
ditior iit mei bCt SCnriCe ZDi acc0lnmo
lhrochtourut sleepers to Minneapolis,
p .i I" fotont.; Montreal, Boston and
Portland Me , without change
EAST AND SOUTH
fHE SHASTA RO JT
Southern Pacific Co
EXPRESS TRAIN'S HITS DAtLV.
6:00 P M Lr...;i'ortIand. . Ar
8:30 pm Lv....Sateia .. Lv
7 .'45 A M ) Ar. San Francisco Lr
. .. .ra in. ETfn . nil ...
..wvfik. itua.' u MlDCiIU w.-
If. Prvrilamt anl Kalrm- Tn. ir?
Tflrwin AlVmnv Tlnt.n .V, t -. .r?
il""""' ". .-i,.....m.j .1.
Harrislmig, Junction Oty.Ecgtre, Cm
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and alj
lions from Roseburg to Ashland, incise1
.wfc...u i, r UA1LT
S.'30 A ill Lr
1 1 ,-oo A 11 Lv
5. -Jo Pill Ar
Pullman buffet sleeper and ivTrr-1
.labium - 4,t4r-k.t tn 11 .1. u t I
BETWEEN PORTLAND AXD CCRVALUj.
Mail tlains daily except Sunday. i
7jo a Lt . . Portland. . At it ,,
1215 TMfAr Conrallu Lvf l-ot,
At Albany and Corraliu c.a.trtTSl
...:-. ..- r r- Jt. c d ""I
UrtlMS Ul LUb W. V. u. La W,
EXfRES TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT S" NDAT
'50 P M )
30 P M
.. Portland . Ari 1(177:
McVinnrille Lt ! 5-tJlJ
Independence LtI 4.' ,,
Direct coorwetions at San Franjco ra
Occidental aud Or.ental and Factf j
steatmh'p lints for JAPAN AND CHKi,
Rate, and tickets to Eastern point! m
Europe. Alo JAPAN, CHINA, HOvi
LULU and ACSTRALLIA, can beobtun
from VT. '.V. SKINNER. Ticket a
R. KOEIILER, Mibkw
C. H. MARKHAM. G. F. 3: P. A. Pcrtri
When Going Easl
Use a first-class line in trave'ing li
Minneapolis, bt, Paul aud Chicago, snl 4
puncipai towns in 1cntr.11 isc n .n.
Puilman Palace Sleeping and chair ea
Ihe Dining cars are operated in the it.-.
e-tofit patrons, the trost elegant uns
ever inaugurated . Meals are sen ed i
To obtain first-class senice jn,ur tcfal
sr.ouid read tu
for all connections at Chicago and Milwiml
For eastern points. I
ticket full information call on, your coal
ticket agent or write
JAS. C. POND,
General Pass. ActntMillwankee.
Or JAS. A CLOCK, General AgentHij
atari, street roniana ur.
Corvallis & Easter
R, H. Company,
fVAOULNA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaqina Bay withtkij
rrancisco cc 1 aquina liay bteamship uo,
oiils from Vaauina every 8 daj-s for 5cl
Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orford, TriLitl
and linmbolt Bay.
Passenger accommodations unsurptnii
Shortest route between the Willamette nil
and California. I
Fare from Albany or points wetttoEi!
rrancisce: iabin, 5; steerage, $6.
Round trip, good 60 days, J17.
To Uxm Bay cabin IS: steeraee $6.
To Humboldt Bay aad Port Orford, cctl
io; steerage a.
.-earner 'Albany" between Portland 1
Co.Tallis, tLrough witeout layover. Lercl
'vauisu;joa, m. luesaays, inursaayic
oanaays leaves fortland, YambiU c
dock, 6:00 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays i
c naaj s
EDWIN STONE, Manager,
J. C. MAYO, Supt. Rirer Division.
C. U. UUKtK. Agent. Salem.
The Northern f aci
itauroau still continues the pops
ruuie tor eastern travel ana now
spring is opening up it becomes
so tlian ever. The Dleasant andt
fortable accommodations furnish
pasent'cT-j are proverbial and need
uientiun.i ue nuicK time made.wit
change of can is universally knovj
'lhe r ad traverses the most magul
cent oeit of country in the wosi
every mile furnishing constant as!
try aiiractive and interesting!
that the traveler goes through w
out fatigue and reaches the jouroefj
euu wiinoub realizing distance.
iasoia, eorasKa and the ou
states, the eye Is feasted with sees
pleasing and imnressivp. while
sand storm, suffocating atinospuerM
other demoralizing discomforts a
icetwlth. For tickets and f ull pr
.. . THOMAS, WATT & C0
balem, Or., Aged
lertiary Blood I'oiscn rermanenilv r:,,
in 1C la ie Tic .. ' I
treated at home for the um Piniiliin Pi!fi D.IIrr.r- fi.K V
3 under same gvaranty. If yu Wr ,ocome - r l " ,fl' LVk mVm
" . . " ."' " 13 pay me railroad lars I "ih u Jpao ana (-Dina.
ice lastest and finest ihips on the Pacific
ocean. Shortest and best route to lie
n k .!! I f
r j, I.. ,. , h r .t . 6. . . 1 v 7 1 Vl,i, V r ijmwuj tare
vi v-oa-uvcr vu is ait or tnts ) "" " "t ana no cnarge, 11 we fail to
and yoa still have a tonic in ff.V "jPXntei !S? .T. ?'
J the hypophosphites of lime 'Patehin mouth, Soie Throat, Pimples Cc!
anrl srvla in ari urUh iU fxnA j-j fr Colored Spots, Ulcers on anv nart 'nf ik.
o For thin and dUte chlMr , dL,?". oat. "
. . . . . 5. 1 sr-T'' ;'uau woguaiantee to cure.
IHCre ts DO remedy superior Z ' rCKUl:1 most cosunate cases and chai-
growth, Strength, plumpness S be most eminent physicians. $soo,ooocr-
aa cotaton o tnenu Cesurc aT?ZzZir; rrS0 coarwy. Ab
yo et SCOTPS Em-fcion. 1 ?&?;":
r (-1,: i " -- ".
zrtvrr uriM-vir . i. . . Z
Ttmple, Chicago, m,
Canadian Australian S. S. Co,
To Hccolula Fnit .,1 .. :- -
shortest route to thS colons. """" "
For rates, folders and any information call
on or address,
F. N. DERBY & CO..
... een. Salem. Or.
. K wi W. a GREER,
Agent, x46 Third street. Pcrtland, Or,
Distxicl Passepger Agent. Vanconver, B C,
35 per cent
Of the nassenucrs nn nur tliroUS
trains take their meals la the dints
car. lhe proportion on most ml
roaos is Its.-, than 25 ier cenL 'Ii
extraordinarv shoeing made by H"
Hngton dining cars is due to tv
1. The service Is unusually eood.
Tllt n,lnB n.n . in. ...... 111. ft!
Omaha. Chlcaeo. Kansas Citr.
T.nillc'lll nnlntc anet nnrl emit It rPhltf 1
routes east-vla Billings, St. Paul &
Gen'l Agent, Portland
Fkc ilHostrated Iecluie
ffiiy ' 2.3' P m'
to women every I
MRS, F. A