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VEliKtSUAV, AUGUST 17, 1898.
DTt0tfTe.-ir $3.00, in Advaace.
BMfrie Months 1 00. iv Advance.
yrelMypOiioTeaT $1.00, in Advance
THE UEAL. PROSPERITY.
According to E. 8.,. .Norton the
farmers In tleV feminity of AlcMinny'lle
have putelmscd since the raise In
Wheat ICO new uutrirics and us many
more bicycles. Ho sa?s lie saw one
farmer on a wheel driving home ten
dra dozen nillcll.covvs. The farmers
arc as Independent as anybody and as
Jook as tlieyr make money they arc
KOlntf to erijnyjthc hHjurles of life.
The nhoyefrntn a fcold standard
Repiihllcjiumapef,tffiintaTns the secret
of all the prosperity that Is now nill-
Inglovcr tlioUrilt(l.sl.'iUs Injsncli over
.When .the. fanner ; Is making
money Jitheis can make money;
but. .when the faruifer '-Is
running hchlndiiard times shut down
on every one else. Last year our
farmers had an enormous crop, and
they sold It at uood prices because
there was a crbp failure abroad. They
were enabled to pay oil some of their
debtB and to buy a little moro freely
of the products of others. They com
menced to buy 'jurkIcs and bicycles,
wagons and harness, carpets and
urniturc, wall paper and paint,
clothing and shoes, books and
Their purchases stimulated trade
In all linos, and factories opened and
Men wcie put to work.
This 1st ho secrcior the revival nf
prosperity, that we hear much
about. What little there Is or It has
all come from the farmers Increase
"Conlldence In the stability of our
currency" hiis had nothing whatever
to do with It. There Is no more
certainty of the preservation of rilio
gold standard today than there was
live years ago, when we were shoot
inir down the touomran-ulldc of dis
aster. The Dinlcy tarlir is a
laughable farce when we arc ship
ping our manufactured oods thous
ands or miles to compete In the
markets of tho world with tho very
"foreign pauper labor" against
which wecry for protection at home.
The farmer Is the foundation of our
system, and prosperity
with him. When he
have good times,
When ho runs behind we have In
dustrial staguaticu. Double the
interest on every bond, note and
mortgage in the United .Stales, thus
doubling the profits or the bond
holder and not 0110 factory wheel
would commence to revolve as a con
sciucnee. Hut. glyo the fanner an
advance or 10 percent In the price or
Ills crop, and a mlllllou idle men are
put to work. Whon will our legisla
tors learn this? When tdmll tho
dawn break V
guns, all should be honored. Sampson
laid the plans, and Schley and others
carried them out. They are heroes
and Amirlcans, eycry one.
HONOR TO SAMPSON.
Apiopos or tho Sampson-Kchloy
controversy It is interesting to note
that at least 0110 minor nlllcer or tho
navy, glvesSampson mil credit ror
the Santiago victory.
Lieut. Stlckney, or tho battleship
Jowa, In n letter written July 12,
describing tin battle, uses tho blow
"Admiral Sampson knew that the
Merrlmao probably did not block tho
channel, and, as ho learned how little
wor.eed fear the forts, he drew our
ships closer and clour toward tho
harbor entrance until wo wero ac
tually lying night and day within
easy range of the enemy's guns.
Kvery night 0110 battleship went in to
within 2000 yard or less and throw
mo beams of hor searchlight right
into 1110 uirulli or the harbor to pro
vent any attempt or the Spaniards to
attack in with torpedo boats from In
side. All these precautious weio In
marked contrast to tho. lock ot them
Iwfore Sampsou's arrival tn assume
direction or alMlrsI Tho greatest
naval mistake or tho war occurred
bsforo his arrival, whon the enemy's
ji'tlps were completely exposed to our
tire and wo did not attack tliom for
two days, and Ihuu at such long range
that wo simply hhowed them how
exposed tluiy wer, ;c.auslng them to
withdraw Inside the harbor."
In bis description or the battlo,
Lieut. 'Stlckuey mentions no other
nKlcer but Haunwonand hi conclusion
Admiral Sampson so disposed Lite
forces under Ills command that we
caught tlie Spanulrds whro they
cokl not run away without a Hlit,
ami to him uelowHtto credit for tlis
fiiiM W4ttHt rh;1 stecUcular naval
vtefjr of nw4ern timet.
Tmh otht Ui be gkiry euouKhto
ifotouft!K)K allot tVwucu who
JriWfj(toowlth thq mtrl-
i7JW"Jh UakmIron Work, U
Ham Vmhu1u. Lum a share In M.u
Koglaud and ritissla are ai(aln at
daggers drawn In the East, and unless
one backs down, there Is very likely
to be a fight.
The present trouble arose In this
way: Desiring to build a railroad to
Newchwang, China made an arrange
ment with the English bank at ITong
Kong ror a loan, security to be given
on the road itself. As soon as the
Russian agent learned what was In
progress, he Intervened and peremp
torily forbado China's signing the
contract and hypothecating the road,
upon the ground that to do so would
conflict with concessions already
made tn Russia and endanger Russian
Interests. The English minister was
thereupon Instructed to notiry the
Chinese government that England
would not tolerate any Interference
of another power as between English
subjects and Chinese government
contracts, and would support t.hlna
In resisting such aggression. The
Russsan minister then repeated his
demands. So the matter rests. China
has not yet given any sign of her de
cision between the two contestants.
Two other unfriendly steps have
been taken by ltus.sla. She lias for
bidden the Shah or Persia from sign
ing a contract with a llrltlsh bank
with which he had negotiated a loan,
and has assumed the protectorate of
Rahreta, thus obtaining the control
of thesoiithorn entrance to tho Red
England. Is making great efforts
to put her licet In condition for active
All this would Indicate a serious
situation, and, could recent history
be forgotten, wn might look for an
early opening or too Inevitable great
Englatid 1ms appuicntly taken a
firm stand, with the Intention or
staying with It. Russia's stand is
always firm. She never blusters and
sho never makes empty threats. Sho
takes no position until she Is ready to
maintain It; and, once taken, she
noyer recedes from It. She will
not vacate the position she has
taken In this case, so the Issue of
peace or war resolves useir Into a
simple ijucstlou of whether or not
England will back down.
On the whole, It. Is pretty ware to
assume that she will. Her statesmen
nro great followers of precedent, and
nil or her precedents point to a back
down whenever she runs 11 1 against
determined opposition on tho part or
Russia or some other tuitions that
could be mentioned. On the other
hand, sho has absolutely nopiuccdeut
In the Inst rew hundred years, ror de
liberately going to war single-handed
against any nation or anywhere near
Unless China buys Russia oir with
Borne other valuable concession, the
latter will enforce her protest, and
England will grumbllngly take her
medicine. The European ,vur is not.
SOME" LIVELY WAR TALK
Opinions Indulged In by
While thinking of the cruelty of
or General Wcylcr", wc should remem
ber that nil Spaniards nrc not that
way Just thlnkMiowklnd-Admlral
Cervcra was In going Into Santiago
Harbor, Just when wciwanted lihnto
and In coming out 'just when wc
wanted him tn come nut. Sacra
Santiago has hog fallen. Santiago
has risen from the depths or black
despair to the sunshine ivhich blesses
all who come under the protection of
the proudest Hag Unit finals --Spokesman
The bravery or our men in Cuba Is
not so surprising. We had all ex
pected It of them, lint their powers
or endurance of tiie avful heat there,
the wretched condition or the gronnd
over which thev had to struggle and
the general hi'dshljis of the cam
paign make llicirirood lig'.itinu re
markable. Tacoma News.
Was there ever a parallel to many
of the cfindltoins or this war? Our
army at Santiago Is actively and
earnestly engaged In efforts to clothe,
reed and house 18,000 rerugees rrom
the enemy's lines; in trying to cap
ture 20,000 or tho armed enemy to
clothe, reed and house them; and at
home wc are providing such comforts
ns they neyer enjoyed hero re in their
lives for 1,800 nayal prisoners, while
lltting out a squadron to capture as
many more. Really, It Is a war for
the amelioration of the condition of
Spi.ln's lighting forces. New Vork
ir Spanish rule he bad, why should
it l)o continued at Santiago? The
town should be governed by Ameri
cans and Cubans Oregon State
t 1 leasure !
Fill.your eyes with nature,
your ears with music, your
brain with thought, your
-JQuLwjtli splrajjoji,., J
Fine tea brings its pleas
ure, and Scititigls Best is
LOSSES WERE SMALL.
ought Hard at
In sight yet,
Dayuiu The young daughter of J
Wlrf, or tills place, wur kicked In thu
face by a horso Monday morning, Sho
was unconscious for half an hour. Sho
Is not sorlously Injured.
Theodore Roosevelt has proven hlm
soir both In peace and war 11 useful
man. Ilo has served his country
well In both capacities. He went
Into .the war as lieutenant colonel
of the rough riders aod as n reward
for his lighting qualities he is now
to be colonel .of the United States
Volunteers. He deserves the promo
inollon. Theodore Roosevelt' Is one of
the rich men of the country that
helps tosupport the country Instead
of looking ror support rrom it. East
Our battleship Is' going more and
better advertising for Oregon than
all other means combined. People
who never heard of Oregon herons
will tuko the pains to look It up on
the map, at least. A visit to the Wil
lamette Valley In fruit and grain
harvest, will do t he rest. Salem Independent.
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles' Nervlno Restore Health.
UNCLE KZEKIEL OBEAK, assessor and
tax collector, lloverly, Mass., who has
passed tho 60th Jlfo wlla stone, says:
"Dr. Mllct' Kcetoratlvo Nervlno lias douo a
great deal ot good. I suffered foryoar from
sleeplessness and acrvuus heart trouble.
Would feel woary and used up lu the morn
ing, had 110 ambition and my work seemed a
feardtm. A frlead rcCoaiBieudud Or. Mile'
Nerriuo, and I purchased a bottle under
iwetest as I had tried so mauy rotnedlcs ua
aucMwfullr. I thought it no use. Hut It
gava mo restful steep, a go?d appetite and
tutored tne to aergetlo health, it U a
grand good wtdlcliie, and I will gladly writ
aayoaa iaatilriag, full particular of wysAt-
Or, Miles. ReuttdtM
arusold Vy all drug
gtstaandcr a positive
twfte, first tattle
at the heart and
fufvaa - j rlil wn us
pss rv nm nnJfiMi
The Cuban insurgents are catching
it all around. Therr Is widespread
dlcappolutment because of their fail
ure to picycul the entrance Inti
Santumo or General Paudo, who thus
rar uas not arrived lu the neighbor
hood, and people have shuddered with
horror over tlio story of their barbar
ous decapitation of -10 Spanish prison
ers or war who still are In roll posses
sion or their heads, Every day hi logs
us some new tale or Cuban hlTcudlng
which serves to fill the gap until
another comes to succeed It, The
Insurgent Is accounted unreliable and
reluctant as a scout and worthless as
a lighter, while as a hewer or wood
and drawer or water ho Is represented
as a patt master In art or shirking,
In short, ho Is accused generally or
tho most inastcrrul Inactivity be
tween meals, Hut at least It will bo
agreed that he scryes one purpose
completely, lie makes an admirable
senpegoat, and In military operations
nothing Is so relieving and useful us a
scapegoat. How often wc needed one
In tho clyll war and sorrowed because
we found him not I If the Cuban
will supply this dellclency In our
present t war Ilo will well leu in his
rations. Huston Globe.
It was proven that tho negro Is a
lighter ut Santiago. Tho first day or
thu battlo at El Caucy a company or
the Twenty-fourth Infantry, negroes,
sot out to capluio a stone house.
They numbered 7f. They captured
the stone house, but 65 of them were
killed and wounded.
Both Dewey and Merritt
London, Aug. 17 -The Manila cor
respondent or the Dally Tcloirrnpb,
telegraphing on Saturday, says:
"Nothing could bo more 'humane
than the American capture or the
town. General Merritt and Admiral
Dewey's plan was to spare eycry
object but the armed defenses and
trenches. Apparently the American
losses were extremely small. The
Spanish entrenchments vnrled In
point or distance rrom two to rour
miles from the center or old Manila.
"Dcrcndlnir this long line, or at
least ten miles, were not over and
probably under 5,000 Spanish (regular
troops, volunteers and natives.
About hair that number were In the
hospital. Tne attacking rorcc
numbered rrom 10.000 to 20,000 natives
and lO'OOO Americans on shore and
the fleet. In every respect the ad
vantage was on the side or tho at
tack. The American Meld 1 guns
threw a heavier metal, and had 11
longer range, than the Spanish; the
marksmanship of the United States
gunners was much superior to that of
tho Spaniards, and the men were
stronger and In better condition. The
Spaniards are a small race compared
with their stalwart opponents, and
worn out by 100 days, selce. and
disappointment at the nor.. arrival or
tho promised Spanish Red . Sea
squad ron, and had lost heart. It was
a booneless struggle.
"Looking over the bay, it was cur.
ious 10 notice tne rorign iieets ar
range themselves according to their
sympathies. The English and Japan
ese were near the Americans, and the
Germans and French on opposite sides
or the bay, north or the Pasig river.
The Hritlsh cruiser Immortallto and
her consorts kept falthrully near the
American lliies.tThcattacklng squad
ron formed In a line between Malate
and Old Manila, watching the mouth
of l lie Paslg. The American fleet
lay outside the breakwater.
"The Olympia llred the llrst shot at
0M0, and 11 fairly continuous, but by
no means rurlous cannonade was kept
up until 11:20. Hy that time Malate
TorL was.Hllenccd, and the American
entrenchments. The Spaniards who
were in the earthworks tell tnat, the
qulck-lirlng guns or tho little gunboat
Rapldo, which lay close to shore, were
rar mure terrible In their elfeet than
was the raking lire of tho shlpt. Part
Account ofthe Storming of Manila
Terrible Fighting in Trenches.
IloNa Konq, Aug. 17.-- idiuiral
Dewey gave General Augustl one hour
in winch to surrender, at the time of
the-last -demand, made on Sunday.
General Augustl refuved to comply.
The bombardment, which began at
9:30 11. 111.. was continued Tor two
hours, and then the Americans
stormed thu trenches, sweeping all
berore tliem. Those within the walls
attempted no leslstancu
The Eirst Colon-do volunteers
stormed t he outer trenches and drove
the Spaniards into the second line or
derense. Then the American troops
swept 00, driving all the .Spaniards
into the inner fortifications, where
the Spanish commander, seeing that
further resistance was useless, hoisted
the white Hag and surrendered. The
losies, American and Spanish aren't
known yet,. The American attacking
rorcc numbered 10,000 and the Ameri
cans were better armed, belter trained
and in better condition.
The Torclgn fleets watched tho bom
bardment with acute Interest. The
American warships engaged were the
Olymrla, Petrel, Raleigh, McCullock,
Boston, Monterey, Charleston and
Baltimore. The Spanish assert that
the fire of the Americans for the most
part fell short, the only eliectlvo fire
being fiom the small gunboats nrnird
with quick firing guns, that were
close In shore. It Is asserted by the
Spanish that "the Americans lost
heavily In storming, owing to the
faulty construction of their entrench
ments, which the Spanish could com
mand from the heights, and upon
which they pouied a galling lire."
The Spanish trenches extended
around Manila at a distance of from
two to four miles from the walled city
forming a circle ten miles in circum
ference, and it was Impossible the
Spaniard say, tn hold so long a line
atalnst the Ameilcan attack.
I Admiral Dewey and General Mer
ritt, it Is reported, had Issued orders
to spare all except the armed defenses
of the city, and consequently the
town is understood to have been little
damaged. Some street lighting be
tween the insurgents and the Span
lanis occuned on the outskirts, but
order prevailed within Hie walled
The American version or the battle
Is not obtainable. General Augustl,
formerly captain-general of the Phil
ippines, will start for Madrid tomor
row by a German mall steamer.
His Story of What Hood's Sar
saparilla Has Done
Wholo Family Oroatly Helped by
"I am an old run down soldier, ray
whole system being out of order and my
right side partially r"Ktei' !
tried various remedies and realised only
temDorary relief. I have been taking
!ooTsampar.U. and Hood's Pills, and
have derived moro real benefit tttmjiam
than anything I have tried. My wife ha.
been greatly helped by Hood's Sarsap -rllla.
She was all run down and her
eystem much out ol order. My two lilt e
boys recovered quickly from tho effects
of diphtheria by taking Hood's Sarsapa
rllla, which rid them of troublesome sores
and symptoms of the croup. They are
now well and hearty." W. F. DtmNKrr,
Starkey, Oregon. Remember
Utlie t)et-ln lactthe One True Blood l'urlfler.
" Mire nausea. Indigestion,
HOOCI S rlllS MiinmnMi. constipation..
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that bids for
replanking 9.'I0 lineal feet or the west
approach or the steel bridge accross
the Willamette river, at the foot or
Center street, will be received at the
nlHnn nf Mm rnnntv clerk of MarlOtl
county, stateof Oregon, until 1 o'clock
n. in., of the 8th dav of September.
18!)S. Tiie planking to be 1 inches
thick, 10 inches wide and 18 feet long.
The successful bidder to have all
the old plank taken from west ap
The right reserved to reject any or
Said work to be completed during
the month or October 1S9S.
By order or the county courts of
Marlon and Polk counties, and the
city council t.f the city of Salem, state
W. W. Hall.
County Clerk or Marlon County,
BECKNEIl & HAMILTON
lnve removed their timing and plumb
lug htiBiness to 324 Co iimercl&l street
opposlrn State Insurance building
Notice to pleasure seekers.
I am I'repared to pack neoi.le into tlie hot
svnngs. or any place in the mountains, here,
also to cook for jmall or larce ciinping pa'
Cl7dw3m HtANK PEKKETP. Detroit Or.
Canadin Pacific R.R.
And Soo Pacific Line
in 1 all iHiinls cal anil jni'lheait
8 Cheat .ales, l-lnr. and accomm..
trough lou.Ut alni In a""""',;
St. I'anl! .Toronto, Monlieal, i'l """"
Canadian Pacific Railway (Vs. Fmpres
ine of steamships to Japan an 1 China
The fastest anil finest ships on lie lace
ocean. Shortest rn.l best tonic to the
Canadian Australian S, S. Co,
To Honolul', Fiji and Australia "Hi
shortest route t . the colonies.
For rates f 'era and any information cm
onoradd.ess, r nKANI)ENBUIM:,
Agent. Salem, Or
It. V. (JRKEK,
Acent. 146 tlurd street, Portland, Or
k K J. COYIiE,
Disttid Passenger Agent. Vancouver, I'
OREGON STATE NEWS.
of Malate sulfcied seriously from the
bombardment. The vaunted In-
tramurcs defenses wero not tried.
"The only rear relt in the city is In
regard to the conduct or the Insur
gents. As I write this In tho house
ofthe German consul, a brisk fusllade
Is going on between tho combatants,
mid .musketry lire Is rattling all
Gaston The loss hy the Hie here
last .Saturday amounted to $.'1,000,
l-ewiicioti uroycr Cleveland, a
Umatilla Indian, died ou the reser
vation near here Saturday. He was
choked while eatlog meat.
New Pine Creek William Blurton,
Tribute to Bismarck,
OiiiCACio, Aug, 17. Proressor
Cunlllo von Kcl.e, or the university
or Chicago, speaking in tho tongue or
tho fatherland, and Luther Lallln
Mills, using the Kngllsh language
paid tribute to the grert Bismarck at
tho Auditorium lieforo a large as
semblage Germans and orhcr lovers
or the Iron chancellor. It was a
formal memoral meeting,
Or the orators, the one spoke for the
Teutonic population, the other for the
American dwellers lu Chicago. Ou
the stage wero 000 singers rn.m tho
German singing societies or tho city
and an oichcstra or CO pieces. A
large bust or tho "Iron ohaMcellor"
draped In black occupied a placo near
the footlights, and tho stage was
ueeoratco wim uermanand American
To Cleanse the System,
KITectually yet gently, when costlyu
or billions, or when the blond Is Im
pure or sluuglsh, to peamuncutly over
come habitual constipation, to
awaken tho kidneys and liver to it
healthy activity, without Irritnlliu:
or weakening them, to dispel head
aches, coldi., or rovers, use Kyrup or
Aokci' Dyspepsia Tablets me ml J on a
bwtthe guarantee. Cuies heait-burn, raising
oft lie food ilutreis after eating or any foim
ofdytpepiia One Utile tablet jivcn Im
mediate relief- 15c and and 500, l.unn &
1MIW toil Hi Atop BagU
f f s Jf--4-
Sioo Reward Sloo.
The readcis of this paper will bo
moused to learn that tliern u nt. i..iq(
tino dreaded dlscaso that science has
been ublo to euro In all Its stages, and
thai Is catarrh. UnllN Catarrh Cure
IS thu Olllv DOS I live t'liTR knmvn ll
meuicai iraiornuy. (alarm beluga
constitutional disease, requires a con
slliutlonal treatment Mall's Catarrh
Cuio Is taken Internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the systeai, thereby destroy
ing the foundation or the disease, and
giving the patient strength by build'
lug up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing its work. Tho pro
prietors have so much faith in lis
curative .powers, that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for unv case that It
rails to cure. Send for list or tostl
Address, b j. chunky O.
ttrSolil by druggists, 76c. ' e ''r-
of New Pine creek, was kicked In the
left arm by a horse the other day.
The arm was broken In two places,
and tho shoulder cap dislocated.
I).iyton Monday tho lnfiu:t child
or Daniel Gibbons roll rrom the arms
of a girl who was carrying It. The
child struck on Its head and was so
badly shaken that it Is not expected
Oregon City Hen Thompson a
former reform tchool Inmate was ar
rested hero for stealing a bicycle. He
plead guilty and told where the wheel
was hidden lu the biusli. The wheel
was practically ruined.
Eugene The brick layers on the
new court house are now working on
tlie tower ou tlie southwest corner or
the building. They are already up
about 50 rect, but will go up thirty
seven reel higher berore completing
Forest Grove J. A. Fllppln, uued
74, died ut his home at lluxlou, Sun
day aflprnoon. Mr. Fllppln crossed
tho plains twice with ox teams, lie
arrived In Oregon In I8i:, and made
his homo In Washington county, Ho'
lived at Cedar Ml IN ror 40 years, and
tho remaining 13 years at lluxlou.
Creswell-Geo. Miller of this place
Is one or the meu in Lane county who
has had a claim for Indian depre
dations allowed. A lot or stock owned
by him was driven off by the Indians
: during their depredations u an early
day. Ills claim was for 113,000, ami
he wus allo'ved $3,000. or this
amount about $3,000 will boused up In
Tees, etc, leaving about $.5,000 for Mr.
Albauy Mr. liennett, tho Wiscon
sin contractor who will build the new
custom house at Portland, Is making
a trip over 1110 uoryallls and Kasteru
railroad examining tlie stone along It
with a view of selecting some tor the
building, This noon ho returned
rrom tho Hay and went to the frout
accompanied by a party or Albany
men, and will Invcsilgato the granite
at tho front, specimens or which may
no seen nt tho court house in this city,
and with which he is ery favorably
-The Old Rellable
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7 p m l'o Alaska;
Sail Aug. 8
Siim COI.UMIIIA KIVF.U
ex, Sun. STKAMHKS
10 p 111 To Astoria mid way land
7 a in
Pius WIl.I.AMIi'ITK AND
lliurs YAMIIII.1. H1VI3KS
and Sat Oregon City, Dayton and
Oam Wll.I.AMi:iTn KIVEU
Wed Portland to Salem
Fri and way landings
Leave SNAKE RIVER
145 a ni Kipaialn l.ewiston
A p m
4 .to p J'
J.-45 a in
Line for all points !;, 1 and southeast.
VKKKicchnint! chair cars. I'ullman mla
sleep tig can. and upUUtered tmirisl sleep
In.. ...w II .1 I ... '
ui , .11 i-ii mi.iiiiuuii trains.
liOISE & IIARKF.lt,
Agent Salem, Or
C. (). TERRY,
Traveling I'aisenirer .Wn
W. 1'. COMAN, "
121'llnrdSiree 'Portland. Or.
WH.LAMET1E RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND SAI.EM ROUTE,Skamei
Ruth for Portland Tuesday, 'lliursda, ui
Saturday at 7:15 a.m.
Transfers to street car line at Oiegj Citj
if tlie steamers are delayed there ouU
trip tickets 10 all points in Oregon t ril.inj
ton, California or the east. Connecting
made at I'oitland with all rail, ocean aii
I W. II. IIURLllURT.
(en'll'ai. Ai;t. Portland, Or
O. M.'.l'OWEUS, Agent, Trade stieet druV
EAST AND SOUTH
rHE SHASTA R0 JTE
Southern Pacific Co
EXI'IILSS TKAIKS KIIN DAILY'
6:ooi' Ml l.v ..;i'ortland. ..Ar inv
8.25 r m Lv . . . . Salem Lv 1 7'
745 A M ) Ar. San Francisco. l.v J 81
Tic Northern facile
130 A M
.OO A M
OO V M
Above trains stni) at all nrinrinal statinm
nci. 1 oruanii anu .laiem, Turner Mancn
Jellcrson, Albany, Tangent, Sliedds, Ilalsey.
lfarrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Creswell
Cottage drove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta
lions from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive.
. KOSMIURfi MAIL, ,-DAILY.
Railroad still continues tim popular
mum lurcasicrii travel and now Mint
summer is opening up It becomes more
jo than ever. The peasant ami cm -fortable
passengers are proverbial and need no
inentioti.The quick time made.witl 0 it
c hange of cars is universally known.
1 e wad traverses the most . nagnlli
ceat belt of country In the wnriVr
every mile furnishing constant seen-
tKta.hnratCt,V0, i,nd Interesting S,
that the traveler (,'oes through witlis
out fatlL-ue and renr-bou ti, 1.... ... .. 8
end without rcalizimr rlUhZ in
--n.,i.a, iiuuiiisKii ana the other
states, the eye Is feasted with seen"
leasing and impressive, while ,m
",--", ,.il" ncKcts anu mi
titulars call on
8:30AM) l.v . .i'oitland
io5S a Mj-Lv.... Salem
5.2o pm) Ar Rosebu
d ..Ar (
rg.. Lv (
4 .-30 ! 11
73o A U
slei'ner nntl s..pniul.rlnk
-ccping cars attacued to all ttrougli train'
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
1IKTWFKN rORIUMt ANI1 CORVALI.1S.
Mail fains daily except Sunday.
730 A M I l.v Portland. . Ai I 550 f M
'riJil'Mj Ar.. CorvalhV.Lv f 105
At Albany and Corvallis connect
uains 01 tne O. C & E. Ry.
BXPRMg TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
4.'5opm Lv . . Portland.... Ar)
I .'50 P M ) Lv
.30 P M V Lr
i:3o pm) Ar
Ar independence Lv
J 825 A M
5,'5ll A H
) 4. -511 A M
direct connections nt ii. T,Vonir,. will
Occidental aud Oriental and Pacific mail
steamship lines for JAPAN AND CHINA
hailing dales on application
Rates and tickets to Eastern points an
T?!ff' ,Als JAPAN, CHINA, MONO
LULU and AUSTRALLIA, can I obtain.-.
horn W. W. SKINNER, 'Picket A2M.I
If k'flPiu I'D m. ....
C II.MARKIIAM V i" V.V" "V.'-.i
......t U( a t - tt iiiiini 11
A llrst-class uunpbcll cylinder
press, large sle, for sale at a urea'
bargain. It is the press used for tlie
Daily .Iokusal until recently, and
lllllst lioriUniKiwl nf cr.n.. 1... ... .
' '" " HUSI; Wllilll
Is needed for a weekly newspaper.
Address iioppij nnou
PATR0N1ZB HIM INDUSTRY
No. 225 Commercial street. c?If'
Corvallis & Eastern
,. R, H- Company.
I I'orVaoulni. ' J
1 ruin leaves Allnny 13.50 p.m.
, ,.ra!n Iwyes Corvaili 1:45 p. 111
, I.ain arrive ut Vnqulna ft. o !.. in
5. Return np-
7:00 a. ni.
1 1 '40 a, 111
1225 P '"
7,oo a ni,
8:05 a, ni.
C A. IS T? 3 H3C k.
SMntlM s9 Ito KlaJ Yea Hm Atari BatM
1 1 Cent Cigar
Made from the finest imported stock on tl
juarkcMIy union labor-no b ',
bouse system. ,00 htate St Alem.V. "!gS
omces of connect ri.r iino V, RBls at
.,"V5J' ua at the (.nice fn;' "r I
I SCm Ouutkui
I h.'M. " u ilrUurt.
viB. no. iV
A. C. SHELDON,
1 "Rent, Portland
lrHit.tmCHty.aiCo. st Z'iM'-
- -w It'Ui;pM
"'JtKShY R II
li: O r . . " "L-L.1
""ger 6l Beck.
i-. . . .
. Atnve All:
I & a1?,6"0"" ;2:4o p, m.
...... v-orvaius 6:55 p. Ml.
Pari(.-con?ecla' Albany wiih Soutlieni
lacinc tram EiVinE direct service to and from
Newpcri and adjacent beaches
atT, fr',,e monialn arihes at Deiudt
o E'V,nr! amSU ,tme 1o ,Mcl1 "inpini:
Erounds on lllfl j,relenbuil a ,
rners same day,
. H. .1. WALDEN,
T. F. k I, A.
MADE ME A MAN
( ii V :.n,,,ianluilM uuajh
. f w,-Ir.t!lloi;to7a'i -uiA
,"".i.'wjM. ul lndl
tifam la tlmi'iLi! 4u,,n t OonjmHla II
'.'iiitU Itrv bnii K!i. t
SS lil "" in advance.
1 A. RICH
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UAniKgULMll)r. MlWNorvePlMUu I
f ' "U ,n sl' ""Of. byD. J. FRV diHBtisi