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Daly Capital Journal,
BY HOKSR BROTHERS,
THURSDAY, JULY ai, 1898.
Daily, One Year 93.00, in Advance
Daily, roar Months $1 00. In Advanoo.
Weekly, One Year 1.00, In Advance
THE OREGON SENATORSH1P.
The people arc nnxlorsly awaiting
the outcome of the next Oregon legis
lature on the senatorial question. In
1895 the friends of the then Senator
John n. Mitchell opposed the re
election of the late Hon. Joseph N.
Dolph because ho was a gold standard
Geo. W. McBridc and his friends in
the legislature were ostensibly
for the gold Htandard acd were sup
porting Mr. Dolph, but In the end it
appeared that they were really foes ol
the most dangerous cliaructcr, be
cause they were Inside of the Dolph
lines and knew what was going on,
and understood how to play the cards,
so as to enable Mr. McUrldit to be
come a Senator from Oregon. The
Moiirido and .Mitchell factious have
since united and were able to make
deals to secure the federal patronage
of Oregon and will no doubt usj It to
elect, If.posslble, one of their combine
senator In 180D.
In the last legislature this powerful
coalition of -Hour I do and ..Mitchell
und their personal followers, backed
by the power of federal pitronagc,
sought to organize the legislature to
return John 11. Mitchell, 'but failed.
The legislature was dead-locked,
aborted, disorganized and disbanded.
What.will be done in 1800? Will the
legislature cotue together in an
orderly manner, proceed to elect a
senator at once and go on with the
legitimate business of a general as
sembly of the chosen representatives
of the people? It is to bo hoped it
will. That Is what the people expect.
But does anyouc believe such will
be the case? The people hayc no con
Udenco In so fortunato an outcome,
Tho Dolph-Scott-.SImoD Corbott-Lord
wing of tho Republican party, who
have forced tho party onto a solid,
honorable gold standard platform,
without dodglug, straddling or de
ception, are not going to surrender
tho legislature to the Mcilrldc-Mltch-cll
combination. They dcclaro that
Mltcliclllsui must bo eliminated
from tho Itepuollcan party even
though It has tho apparent sauctlon
and endorsement of tho administra
tion. Hut tho trouble lies here: Tho
sounds money wing,, of t tho party
has endorsed tho administration, In
cluding Its disgraceful betrayal of
tho spoils, to what thoy call tho worst
eloiicntu of tho party. Tho silver
voters, or Union party aro not Inter
ested In this light except In so far as
they are Interested In having con
sistency and straightforward policies
preyall, and tho Mcllrlde Mitchell
faction aro nnythlng but disingenu
ous. Mr. Mitchell has never declared
for tho gold standard, or disavowed
Ills free coinage principles. It Is use
less to bpeculato what such Repub
licanism will not avow togetoiUeo.
To say that It Is a dlsgraco to tho
Amcrlcun people and to the Repub
lican party is to put It mildly.
What will tho twenty-four members
ol the legislature chosen by tho Union
party do on this question of tho
seuatoihhip? It Is not presumed that
they will assist either of tho Republi
can factions to elect a senator. It Is
their duty to act in tho Intorcst of
tho voters who elected them, Those
voters wero not Republicans, and tho
representative prlnclplo requires that
tho members of tho Union party take
no part for or against any Itepuhllcan
candidate. For unco let the aspirants
In tha dominant party settle their
own differences, mako their own bed
and lie upon It, Lot tho Union
members keep their handu clean of all
corruption. Oillco jobber und cor
rupt methods cannot bo continued In
the election of senators with iho
consent aud corporation of tho Union
party and have that party live and
exist as a Teoplo's organizations or a
Reform party. Let this bo clearly
of tho legls-
A GOLUBUQ DODQE.
In the course of a half coliitun of
editorial abuse of Mr. M. A. Miller
of Lebanon, because Mr, Miller had
tho temerity to assert that the "end
less chain" could bestopped by simply
paying silver to tho chain-gang, when
they make a raid on the treasury, the
"Let It bo known that the treasury
will redeem in silver at Its nominal
value, and In silver only, the 840d,
OOO.OOOln silver certificates and $100,
000,000 In treasury notes of 1800 now
outstanding, and other silver cur
rency, both coin and paper, will In
stantly lose its gold valUo and
descend to Its silver bullion value.
Tho parity Will bo destroyed, because
the machinery for Its maintenance
has been abandoned."
In reference to this it may bo said
of Col. Scott, as he says of one of Mr.
"lie proves it. How does he prov
It? By simply declaring It. IIesuy
so. &That Is enough." That is all tlie
proof that any goidbug ovor deigns
to produce for that particular piece oi
monetary information. It Is all the
proof there is. On the other hand 1
might be pointed out that, from the
resumption of specie payments untl
Secretary Foster made a dlffciem
ruling in 1800, the government alwuyt
exercised Its option as to whether It
would pay gold or silver In redemp
tlon of greenbacks; tmit there wur
never any trouble about keeping uj
the goldTcscrvc in all that time; thai
there never was even an attemptco
run on the gold reserve hi all that
time, but once, and that Sccretar;
Manning squelched that Inelplem
run, In Its Infanc'y, by using the yirj
expedient that Mr. Miller suggests;
and that In all that time our "sl'vci
currency both coin ind paper," re
tained Its gold valuo and failed to
'descend to Its silver bullion value,"
nor was tho "parity destroyed." ll
may also be pointed out, as it has
been pointed out ten thousand times,
that the French government refuses
to bo bull-dozed, uses Its own option
as to the redeeming its papers in gold
or in silver, that a "run on the gold
reserve" Is there unkoown, and that
gold, silver and paper still remain
permanently at par. How do our
guldbugs account for it. They don't
account for it. They don't have to.
They dodge It.
One of the ilrst needs of this city Is
more loyalty to home enterprises.
Salem people mako their living In
Salem andshould Ilrst support all Sa
lem homo Industries.
This Jouhnal lias attracted a great
deal of attention to the Importance of
supporting homo Industries and favor
ing the homo merchants. How can
you expect to llvo In a prosperous
community unless you pursuo this
A numbor of Salem ilnus havo ou
larged their business plants and thus
given employment to pcoplo at homo,
besides maklngSalcm a most desirable
point to trado and aro drawing alargo
mall trado from all oyer Western Or
egon. All such promoters of home in
dustry deserves the support of every
As bearing on this subject tho fol
lowing, from tho Tacoma Ledger Is
"In past years thousands of tons of
harries and fruit hayo gono to waste
In tho Pugct sound counties because
of low prices or lack of market. Of
lato an Improvement of these condi
tions has been secured through Itlio
establishment of local canneries and
drying plants. These establishments
havo not only ollcred a markot but
havo proved prolltablo Inyestmcnts,
These canning and drying plants are
uotcxpouslvoand can bo established
and oporatcd on tho co.operatlvo sys.
torn with local capital, with good to
suits to all concerned."
Wo let tons of fruit rot undor tho
trees, aud leave rich land lying Idle,
while wo UbO California canned
peaches, tomatoes, peas, beans, etc,
Was Almost Grazed
u&deratoou In udvanco
a. , . 1
Kugcno Claud Branton, who lias
Wen charged with murder on tho
Blglltof June 15th on tho Cascade
Dlytdeoastof McKouzle bridge, got
of train yesterday ut Kill placoand
walked up the street. He was rccog
r1(1 and nrrested,
Soros on tho Limbs Cured by
Hood's Snraaparllla- Heart and
Lung Troublos Overcome.
"I brokt out with tort all ovtr my
limbs, and they caused luch Intense Rott
ing I feared I should go craty, I was also
troubled with a tired fooling. After tak
ing Hood' SarsanarlUa a short time the
ltohlng ceased, aud the foros on my limb
began to hesl. I am better In every way
sliu-o taking Hood' Baraauarllla." Mafl.
Jai. J. Kbuok, McEwen, Oregon.
" Hood' BarsaparllU bis cured m of a
lung trouble and' fluttering o( the heart,
aud since I began taking It ray weight
has luertased 20 pounds. It hai done ray
stomach good and I can now enjoy mj
uif-a! and eat with oosnforL. I reoosa
mend Hood' BarsaparllU a the hut
modlcine It 1 powlble to Dad." 0. W.
Oaukt, Frlmevllle, Oregon.
Is the best In fact the On True UJoo4 ruretac.
Bold ly oil drugUU, Trice, 1 sit for J,
Annual Sales ever 6,000,000 Boms
FOB BILIOUS ATO HEBV0U3 DISOBDEBE
inch as Wind and rain in tho Stomach,
Olddlnrss, Fulness after meal. Head
ache. Dizziness, Pmwolnosa. Flushings
of Heat. Jjosnsf Appetite. Oostrvenfws. -niotches
on tho Skin. Cold Chills. Dis
turbed Bleep, Frightful Dreams and ail
Nervous and Trembling Sensations. .
the rami dose will orvc belief
IN TWEHTT MINUTES. Every sufferer
will acknowledge them to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE
HKKCHAM'S PIMA, taken as direct
ed, will quloklr rostoro Females to com
plete health. Thoy promptly romovo
obstructions or Irregularities of tho sys
tem and euro Nick Headache. For a
Weak Slo :ach
Disci cered Liver
IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Boochnm's Pills aro
Without a Rival
And btr tbs
tfniiyPntcutHcdlclne In the World
250. at all Drug Stores.
canned corn from Maine, and othci
vegetables drawn from tho four quar
tcrs of the Klobc, that we could Just
as well raise here. In the meat time
the cannc.y lies idle, or, when it runf,
Is.obllRed tq market Its product at ;
distance. It Is safe to say that there
arc less dried prunes used Jn Ualem
than In any town of Its size In the
caft, apparently becauso they are u
home product and very cheap here,
while there Is no liner or more health
ful fruit in the world. When we used
poorer fruit, Imported lroni France
and Germany, we esteemed It a
If all of the cigars consumed In .Sa
lem were manufactured here, it
w.iuld require 40 makers at salaries
of $1C to $20 per week. Yet we use
clears that arc no better manufact
ured In Portlands San Francisco,
Chicago, Mew York, any where but
here; while our two local ciu;ar
factories are obliged to find a market
for the bulk of their wares at a dls
tance. This may be a natural foible
of human nature, but It certainly Is
not a far-sighted business policy.
Tho cost of the raw material In a
buggy or wagon Is but a small fraction
of Its total cost; the rest Is for labor.
when ,we pay $100 for a buggy or
wagon mado in Ilacjne, Wis., we arc
sending $100 (less the Salem dealer'
profit) out of our midst, for good,
When wo pay that amount for as
good or better a vehicle made InSalem,
at least $80 of It, and probably more,
will represent the employment of
labor here, will remain hero In circu
lation. A full tralnload of harvesting
machinery recently came Into Eastern
Oregon from a California manufac
tory. That was better than having
It come from sumo point beyond the
Mississippi, but It means bending out
of tho state several thousand dollars
for goods which ought to bo made-bore,
It means tho giving to work men in
California of employment that should
be given to skilled laborers within
our own borders.
Tho "Devil" In a print shop is some
times a pretty young lady.
Tho only thing an editor likes
glvo a free pull Is a good cigar.
HrmH Dlllo the best afttrnl,
NOOa S PHIS pau.Aiddhjrtlou.
are the best afttr-djuitr
Even tho "stovo-plpo" trys to be
neat. Thoygcncrally'havo a collar on.
Ills namcls "Dewey" on tho Manila
hills, but If the Spaniards had a hold
of him It would be Dennis.
If you lose your "chapcau" while
out biking, call at Tin: Jouunai, of
fice. We havo plenty of "Caps."
There tiro somo women .who are
reminded that they aro superior
creatures every time a man lakes oil
hs hat to them,
Tho "Dotm" evperlonco with Undo
Sam, may teach tho next nation with
a war on Its hands not to try to sup.
press the news.
Thero is a "Hull" In Taeoma, Wash.
Ington that plays a fiddle, a "Coun"
that blows a big brass horn, Truly,
Tacoma Is a city of destiny.
Tho present city administration
deserves thauks for doing a llttlo
somotl'lng to Wlllsou aveiiuo. It
needs drain und tllo Irrigation.
A Salem paper announce that Us
editor has gono to tho ocean. Well
what of that; lie's nut soull flrcd
Important that ho ould expect tho
ocean to come to him.
Tho editor of llrunn's Iconoclast,
published at Waco, Tex., pays his rp
specW to the editor of tho Oregonlan
la tho July Issue of that parair. ' Scott
Is rising tuto respectability is his old
Eastern tourist to Seattlo tlllzen; -'Yes,
I Justurrlved. Aw tlred'OUt.
Must havo soiuo rest. Where Is a good
quiet place, whero I can cujoy soll-
11 r, '
Scattlfcltlient "(Jo to Tacouia."
Astoria A Junk dealer, in this
city, Is under arrest lor buying stolen
Eugene Lane county commissioners
aro collecting grain samples to send
to Omaha exposition,
AUburn The hotel here was
destroyed by fire. The hotel was one
of Baker county's old land works.
Ashland The city councH has or
dered several drinking "fountains
placed .n different portions of tho
Eugene- Mr, 0. T. McCormlck, of
this city, has been recommended for
postmaster at Eugene, by tho Oregon
Empire City John Morgan was
recommended by the Oregon congres
sional delegation to be collector of
customs at this place.
Astoria T. T. Ocer addressed the
Farmers Congress here Wednesday,
held under the auspices of the Progres
sive Commercial association.
lloseburg Farmeis are shipping
large quantities of hay from there to
California points for which they are
receiving from $7 to $10 per ton.
Pendleton A bold burglary was
committed here Sunday nlgnt. Mayor
C. J. Smith being the victim. En
trance was effected through the
kitchen window. The burglars se
cured a purse containing $17, but
missed two gold watches.
Astoria Tho five highest of the
following bowlers arc having a tryout
hero and will bowl for the Felden
helmcr -trophy, at Portland, on next
Saturday: Herman Wise, W.C.Laws,
L. B. Burroughs, C. II. Cooper, It. C
F. Astbury, II. Findlcy and P. B
La Fayette. Work Is progressing on
the locks In the Yamhill river. About
twenty men are at work now. and one
hundred will be employed as soon
as tho preparatory work is finished.
It Is hoped that tho work will be com
pleted before the fall rains set In.
McMlnnvIllc Tho nlckcl-in-the.
slot machines have shut down. The
ordljance governing such affairs goes
further than those machines; and it
not only punishes the proprietors of
the games but clutches those who en
gage In them.
Independence The stern wheel
steamer Valley Queen, lust newly
built, here by Capt, Skinner, was
launched last Saturday, She Is 85
feet long, 17 feet beam, and draws
but 7 Inches of water before her ma
culncry is installed. Machinery will
have 100 horse power.
Dlllard While working in the
melon patch of W. L. Cobb, near Dll
lard last week, one of the employes
picked up a solid gold ring crudely
fashioned out of a nugget. It had
probably been made by the Indians as
the place whero it was fouud was an
old camp ground. '
Albany-Two gentlemen, Mr. Behan
and Mr. Stephens, who have been
watchmen on the railroad bridge, got
Into a discussion on Sunday, and Mr.
Stephens nourished a revolver, ouo
load from which was discharged, with
out doing any damage, and Mr. Steph
ens says accidentally. He was taken
before Recorder Hcnton and fined $10
Catarrh is one of the most obstinate
diseases, and hence the most difficult
to jeet rid of.
There Is but one way to care it.
The disease is in the blood, and all the
sprays, washes nnd inhaling mixtures
In tho vrorld can havo no permanent
effect whatever upon it. Swift's Spn
cifio cures Catarrh permanently, forit Is
tho only remedy which can reach tho
disease and force it from the blood.
Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg,
Ky., lml Catarrh for years. He writes:
"I could see no improvement whatever,
though I was constantly treated with sprays
ami wasnpH, inu aiuer
In fact. I could feel that
each winter I was worse
than the year previous.
"Finally It was
brought to my notice
that Catarrh was a blood
dlseaue, and after think
ing over the matter, I
saw it wasunreasonable
to expect to be cured by
remedies which only
reached the surface. I
then decided to trv
8. 8. 8., and after a few bottles were used. I no
ticed a cerceDtlble lmproement. Continuing
the remedy, the dlseaie was forced out or my
system, and a complete cure was the result.
I advise all who have this dreadful disease to
abandon thelrlocal treatmen t, which hasnever
done them any Reed, and take S. 8. 8., a rem
edythat can reach the disease and cure It."
To continue tho wrong treatment lor
Catarrh is to continue to suffer. Swift's
Specific is ft real blood remedy, and
cures obstinate, deep-Sentcd diseases,
which other remedies have no effect
whatever upon. It promptly reaches
Catarrh, ana never fnils to euro even the
most aggravated cases.
is Purely Vegetable, and is the only
blood remedy guaranteed to contain no
Books moiled free by Swift Specific
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
Phoenix and Golden Eagle Bicycles
at Mitchell, Lewis & Stayer Co. branch
(opposlto brewery.) Phoenix $50 and
$75. Golden $27. fiO and $30.
F. F. Caky. Manager.
Pendleton-Prof. C. V. Piper, of the
Washington agricultural college, at
Pullman, l In the city and spent Sun
day with lleury Pierce looking over
the Russian thistle patch southeast of
tho city. Prof, Piper says the weed
has spread over an area six miles long
by two miles broad and Is taking
somo of tho summer fallow land
Three years ago tho nucleus of this
patch could hayo bcon eradicated for
$10, Now It would take $10,000 to
exterminate the weed, and the pro
fessor thinks It would be a most wife
Investment (or the state to make, even
at that cost.
PoitTLAND.iJuly 21. Wheat vallet
03; Walla Walla, 60c.
Flour Portland, $3.75; Supcrline
$2.25 per bbl.
Oats White 3830c.
Hay Good, $ll(afi2.00 per ton.
Hops 512Jc; old crop 4tic.
Wool Valley, 1012c; Eastern
Millstult Bran, $15; shorts, $15.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3 50
turkeys, live, 10121c
Eggs Oregon, ri)13c per doz.
Hides Green, salted 60 lbs, 88c.
under 60 lbs,0J(S7c;sheep pelts,1520c.
Onions $1.50 per sack.
Butter Best dairy, 25(330c; fancy
creamery, 50c55c a roll.
Potatoes, 3035c per sack.
Hogs neavy, 81.75.
Mutton Woathers3Jc; dressed, 6c,
Beef Uteers.$3rt;3.50: cows. $2.50(3)3.
Hay Baled, cheat, $7(38.
Flour In wholesale lots. $3 RO: re-
nogs drcsed, 5ic,
Live cattle 2J3c.
Butter Dairy 12(a)15c: creamery.
btieep tiive, $a.50(a;$3.
Wool Best, 15c. Mohair 25c.
Hops Best 3j5c.
Eggs 12Jc in cash.
Poultry lions. 8c: snrlni: chicken s
Farm smoked meats Bacon. 81c.
ham, 10c shoulder, 89c.
A CHILD ENJOYS
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
b I need of a laxative, and If the father
nnmother be costive or bllllous, the
or st gratifying results follow its use;
mnhatltis the best family remedy
so two, Every family, should have
k ottlc. Manufactured by the Call
Ifornla Fig Syrup Co.
Thousand of pernns have b:en cured o
piles by using uewitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
It heals promptly and cures eczema
skin diseases, it pves
Bears the ) Kind You Haw Always Bought
The editor of the Evans City, Ta., Globe,
writes. "One Minute Couch Cure is riehtlv
nam.'d. It cured my children after all other
remedies failed." It cures conchs, colds and
all throat and lung troubles. Stone Drug
mm s$Ovr Ms&
mm j. I ffl&mf mUm
sbBkt sRo HFMHHs1sBsCs9e
mQFf I Avfv VH bur el
The noted healer and Oregon clara
voyaut, Doctor Anna Martin, who has
performed wonders at Portland and
other points; she reveals the past,
present and future through crystal
glass. Has wonderful gifts. Can be
consulted on business and all affairs
of llfe.at 347 High street. 715 Ot
ar onlv suc
cecils in damaging
the lock of a safe
so tltat the combi
nation won't wot)-.
rJext morniue the
bank, officers can't Ret at
their own money. There
may be millions in the safe.
but if their credit depended
on gettluc nt (t in a hurry
they wot it be banVrunt.
simply because tbe combination won'twork.
A sick man is in very much the same fix
bout getting at the nourishment be needs
to keep him aliye. There is plenty of good
food at hand, but hit digestive organism is
out of order; the nutritive "combination"
of his system won't work. He can't poI.
bly cct nt the nourishment contained in the
food, lie takes it into his stomach, but it
does him net good. It isn't made into good
blood. lie u jiui 01 badly oft as if the
food was locked up v here h Mujdn't touch
It lie gets no strength or health qut of it
All met m 5 1 nutritive conditions have a
Sick headache absolutely and permanently
cured by using MoM Tea, A pleasant herb
drink Cures constipation and Indigestion,
makes you est, sleep, work and happyj Sat
isfaction guaranteed or money back. 25c and
Lunn & Brooks druggist.
Bears tie j? The Kind You Haw Always Bought
Aokei's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold on a
boslthe guarantee. Cures heart-burn, raising
oft he food distress after eating or any form
of dyspepsia One little tablet gives im.
mediate relief. 2$c and and 50c. Luna &
Berfect and scUitlliip remedy in Dr J'lercc's
olden Medical Discovery. -It puts tbe nu
tritive "combination" of (h system into
neruct working uruer.
live and blood . nisktnj organs power '
make pure, red, healthy blood, anil pour it
into the circulation abundantly and rapidly
" It drives out all bilious poisons and scrof
Ulous germs, cures indigestion, liver com
plaint, irvouncss and neuralgia, and
builds up solta flcjh active power and
Mrs. Rclcca V Gardner, of Orafton. Vojk Co .
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The Chief Burgess of Milesbui
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I house kecpnr. ihey cure constipation,
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R, H. Company,
1, For Yaquimi
Train leaves Albinv 13.50 p, m.
Train leaves Corvallii... . . 1-45 p,'m.
Train arrive at Yaquina C;ro p. m.
Leaves Detroit 13140 p.m.
Leave Albany 6:oj a. m.
Arrive Corvallis 6:55 p.m.
1 and 2 connect at Albany with Southern
Pacific train giving direct service to and from
Newport and adjacent beaches.
Train for the mountains arrives at Detroit
at noon giving ample ttme to teach campine
grounds on the Ureitenbush and Santiam
rivers same day.
II. .1. WALDEN,
T. F. fc P. A
EAST AND SOUTHS
ME SHASTA RO JJE.
7:00 a. m.
1 1 '40 a, m.
I3.'35 p. m.
700 a. m.
S5 a, m.
1220 p. ni.
Salt Lake. Denver :
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, St. Louis, Chicago
Walla Walla. - Spokane.
uiuucapojis, at, rani,
Dulmh, Milwaukee Chi
cago and East
ah sailing dales sub
iect to chirtri
For San Francisco;
Sail July 5, 9, 13, lJt 2,
I Southern Pacific Co;,
sail July g
0:00 r m
7-'45 A M
EXPRESS TRAINS RUN daily
San Francisco Lv
F C. Blanks, of Lewisvillc, Tcisj, writes
Ihat'onetoIDeyVitt'sWitcD. Utzcl Salve
Has w lib $50.00(0 him It cured hi piles
of ten ) ears standing. He ad rises others to
it. It cures eczema, skin dU;ases snd'qb-
tipate sores, atone i-irag stcrc,
"I think DflWiU's Witfh Ha;el Salve is the
finest preparation on the market for pjlej.'
So writes John C. Dunn, of Wheeling. Xf,
,V Try it anil you will think the same
It ulso cures eeem and all skin diseases
Hloae Drug Store.
eouM U9t ct uthlug lor over
1111 w u,
pwwmrvt luytKir, uoimpe would stay on my
w v iw,jr w lwu 00 cai rrn
trackrr. I thouirVt !ucif tniie, Jirciched
only sj upuuils. 1 tiiat lnot cvcmhlu.
and oothlnt d!4 mi any rooJ. uatll I took two
qoiucsoi ine-uouun ic4icmi uucotcry Ian
ftowts well as I ever was, suit tl b iij rvunds."
CASTOR I A
For Ia&nts anil 0Mldra.
jiui MfH HiY8 Alwtykt
Ca dian Pacific R R.
And Sqo Pacific Line
and all points cast and joi'tLeast
Cheapest rates, bestservice and accommo.
Urough tourist sleepers to Minneapolis,
SLSSi' l W'. Boston wd
Pqrtland, Me., without chance.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co1?, Empress
ln?f teinbips to Japan and China
ubimwh wannest snips on the Pacific
oceaq. bhortej; .nd m to "he
To Astoria and way land
Oregon Chy, Dayton and
Portland to Salem
ana way landings
.-looreirainsstcpat all imncipal
bet. Portland and Salem, Turner
ciirrsnn a innu 'inn..i li. t . .
ir." T 1 '.' "IW'1 aneous, iialsey,
Ifarnsbaw, Junction City, Eugene, Cresweil
Cottage Grove, Dram, Oakland, and all sta
lions from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
R0SM1URG mail. .nAir.v
Salem.... Lv .
sleeper and second-clas.
1 50: r u
sleeping cars attached to all through
WPOT CTHTJ ntiM. ..
BMa1f fW? ANU 0VAIXIS
ii?!1 "ams daily fexceut Sun.lnv l
n-tn . ..I 1 - ". -4-: ZZLL
"'"" i i-v rortland
Lvf i.-o? pm
430 p ai
Jl A nnw -! r-. ... .i . '
trains of ihe'0. C : &E "a.'" "CCl
gLArJndcpenJence fc; f ; 5g
OcduentaCraDli0ASat an "W with
5 '45 a m
Kuth for Portland ITue . ni'v,BtMtte'
Saturday 6t r"5 a. m.da' lhu'ay and
Europe V ,l? Wtle'n M aV
SJw. W SKINNER; TickirenT
C II. MARKHAM. G f"??'' ,
-- i, tUIUiUlU
When Going East
une steamers are delivrf v.. " wt?
nptifbtsto tllpojSil?!. P.1"
S. S. Co.
To Honolulu, Fill and
shortest route 1 1 the enlonl.
For rales, (oVerg and any information call
on or address, ' cwl
1 F. N DERBY & CO
tMstriel Passenccr Ajtent 'Vancouver, P
nptlffcesto alpointTn' n. Irt- eun:
riv7rl?n?s.UrU,na wh " , oSSra
Q- M. POWERS A'r' .orUlnd. Ot.
Saletn. " "Ful "e street dock'
EPE & BARKER,
MADE ME A Mar,
FKx& mm sizs
kla Umi'iKS! -la?"r ad rft-S "'
"i service. "'wping and chair
'verinangPUacnd' uJ?St elee ierylce
Cart:. C Mea,s E'e served a la
Ulan ..--'" Irtfttm-,.! "i--J pr .-v.
n General Past AJAb. c- POND
l lAS- A CLOCKCrmMillwauke"
Sk Street Vonhi 1 0,'' 0eraI ACent WU
v"WtIL DCTEctivp ........
bJ seamy stract sn v ""'"''
district aito. fncIsco, CaL To
HoiV-f'ti to (ransact
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Do vnu it-
well as i,
Its USOr la
LWhero Ills 1
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t stock of
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p2iBLffceIvcd two c.