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DAILY CAPITAL JOIMAL.
BY MOirRH BROTHKR3,
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 0, l8g8.
Daily, Oho Voar 93.00, In Advanoo.
Daily, Four Months $1 00, h Advanoe,
Wookly, Ono Yoar $1.00, in Advnnoo
THE SALEM ELECTION.
It wad a result nijultist uu-Ainerl
can political method, and tlio tyrau
nlcal dainphoollsiii of a mnull number
of nllcucd politicians, possibly not
uutubcrlnir more tlian ono. Hut tlio
others aro censurable for trusting
such munuiiemont aud following such
brainless leadership In tlio niiiiio of
Has it ot so that u miiu must bo u
brainless boodlcr before he can bo
recognized as a Republican loader ?
That la about tlio way It hud begun to
look at Salem, and tho llcpubllcuuti
who didn't like the looks of things
roputlatcd the wliolo business.
Tho Citizens' committee havo made
a vigorous clean campaign and deserve
tho good wishes of ull who lovo good
Rovornmorjt. They aro conbclantious
men, who havo llown In the f aco of
tho regular party organization, to ac
complish reforms needed In this city,
that will bo u benllt even to tho.su
who opposed them.
There has been a grout dual said
about tho ''push", but tho thing to
dread after election lb tho "pull."
That li mora widespread than the
"push," and ovun ombruccs many good
citizens who will bo apt to resist
having tholr little attractions and
cstras cut off quite us much us tho
Mayor Rlshop und tho now city
government lmyo u hard tubk boforo
the m. liutthoy go Intoonlco with no
ono to toward und no enemies to
punish. Their campaign was mudo
-Without buy Inn a vote or promising a
Job or an onico. They tin vo no party
to serve, no ring to reward, und no
strikers to put on the payrolls.
With Reed codnsol Mayor lilshop
will make a successful admit: Istrullon.
Tho situation atSulcm Is too critical
und complicated for the best adminis
tration to accomplish much. A non-partisan
citizens' commission should), lo
raised to doviso Wuy and Mcuns for
Increasing tho city's revenues und
maintaining tho city's credit.
It is going to lako it great deal or
Jiruincss und good horno tonso to deal
with tho conditions us they exist In
this city. Mayor lilshop should not bo
called on to do ull tho pluntiltig und
itfhtinsr, lie should bo generously
Mlted in tho laborious task he lias
bwu called upon to porform. This
city should nourish under good gov
eminent and with good business
Management, it is surrounded by rich
country, 1ms a good trudo.has all that
jKXMtOHiako a beautiful, prosperous,
f rflwjD: community, Il9 model gov.
rnrtjSbould bo its greatest und best
advertisement. Jt should be known
North Carolina, tame as myself I '
to tlio wuild ustlio best inunaKCd city
on tlio Fucltlc coast. As such It
should havo a Krcat future.
Tho curtain has dropped on the
lust Act of Geo. Grab Rlnghum's
political career. Last spring, when he
forced himself upon tho pcoplo us u
candidate for school dliector, and
rccolvcd about ono-ilfth his party
vote, ho tried to muko the Republi
cans ucllovo It was u case or luck, or
chanco simply an accident. Ho pro
posed to glyo thorn one more sample
of his political skill and forced iilm
fcolf upon them us city munnger. They
wero told to stand buck und eco him
"clean out tho enemy." Ho culled
his convention without consulting
tho voters, so us to forco a ticket
upon them between two days, and he
has led his friends Into the slough of
despond. As u result a city thut Is
two-tO'Ono Republican is lost to the
urund old party. Ho still has his tax
collecting pull und his pull on the
state stove works. Hut those political
Jobs will not lust forever.
J. J. Richardson tho architect and
builder left lust Tuesduy for his
homo ut Salem, Or. Ho designed and
aiu mo greuicr portion or tho ma
sonry und woodwork on W. J. Rruns
tot tor's big llro proof building. As
un urchltcct und all round mechunlo
Mr. Ulohardson Is at the heud
of his profession. He Is a uenial
ur.d unpretentious gcutlomun and
mudo many friends In Dunsmulr
during his few months stny.Dtuis
There in a world
of roiuunce hi tin
pic tare of a young
trlrt reiullni? lici
teiH In n multitude
of imsck, If litr future
could aUo be plct
tired, the picture
would contain a
world of jitlios
To the healthy,
robust wo in a it,
Hupieme joy of
the niouiUe of a
Iouk, healthy life
witn tin- man of
her choice To
the woman who
miners from disease or
weakness of the delicate and Important or
Kutu concerned in wifehood and mother
hood, wedlock means mtffcriiiK and mater
nity dentU Dr K V Pierce is an eminent
and Hkilimi specialist, for tlilrty car chief
conttiUiiiK pliyxicUii to the Invalida' Hotel
ricical Institute, of llufljlo. N V
Uurlutr that time, with the assistance of u
htuff of able physician, he has prescribed
for thousands of women. The Institute of
which be U the head Is one of the ureutest
in the world lie U a regularly cruiluatcd
physician aud has practiced right in one
place for thirty years, The esteem In which
he Is held by his neighbors Is nhowti by the
fact that they chose him for their represent
attve hi the National Congress. The regard
in which ue it iieia uy those whom be lias
treated is shown by the thousands of letters
nnuieci in ur rtercea common sense Med
teal Adviser, telling of the benefits derived
from his treatment
Ur. Pierce Is the discoverer of a wonder
ful medicine for women, known as Doctor
Pierce's l'uvorite Prescription It cures all
weakuess aud disease of the feminine or
trans. It allays Inflammation, heals ulcers
tlou and soothes pain It tones the nerves
Taken during the Interesting period, it
banishes the usual discomforts and maker
baby's advent easy and almost painless
Thousands of women have testified to its
marvelous merits. An houe.it druggist
won't advise a substitute
Tbe profit side of life Is health. The bal
ance U written in the rich, red, pure blood ol
health. Dr. I'ieicc'it Pleasant Pellets cure
constipation and make the blood rich and
pure, They ucver gripe. Uy druggists. I
RJTVTf JJ 1 iwL.
A PEOPLE'S 1633.
Piatt. Quay and Croker Not in the
gree Class as Politicians,
Daniel G. Klein, In Ohlcagb Tline
Hazen S. Plngree, governor of
Michigan, Is the greatest political
boss that the country has ticcn. There
has never becu his equal In the
running of a convention and in mak
ing tho people do absolutely what he
wants. That, incidentally he does
what they wnnt docs not alter the
case. Politicians today admit thut
Quay, Piatt and Croker, able as they
aro In tho control of organizations
and the mastery of the people, aro not
Today U.S. Plngree Is fbo ubso
lute master of Michigan. Ills will
is law and the pcoplo not only follow
him wherever lie leads, but they ate
proud of It. Thcro is, to be sure, u
difference in the methods he employs.
Plngrco is honest. Ono of the chief
futills his enemies Und with him Is
that ho Ih incorruptablc. This Is an
unusual charge to muko again it a
boss. Hut Plngree Is an unusual boss.
The election held last month In
Michigan, Illustrates tho control
which Plngrco has over Michigan
politics. The boss himself wus a
candidate for governor. Ho won the
nomination after the hardest kind of a
tight. Then lie ran SO.OOO or more
ahead of tho ticket. Ho named most
of the Republican legislative candi
dates, tie merely sent Word to the
convention Hint ho wuntci so and bo
nominated. Tlio convention usually
did his bidding. In thoso cases
where the convention did not obey
hi in, Plngrco cumo out openly und
fought the nominees of his own party.
no did not tight In secret in the us
uul fashion of the political bosses who
make professions of loyalty and then
pass the word along tho lino to kcife
the man whom they profess to sup
port. Plngrco unnounccd that such
und such n cunUldato on the samo
ticket as himself ought to bo defeated.
AnJ ho was.
Mover has there been such a -case
of bosslsm as there was In the De
troit legislative districts. Plngree
sent down to tho convention a printed
list of tho men who wero to bo nom
inated. He udmltcd it and gloried
In It. Tho opposition culled the
nominees "HicO. K.'d ten," and tho
"brunded sluycs," They wero held up
to ridicule as being owned by Plngree.
Tho nominees did not resent it.
They went on the slump and publicly
unnounccd thut If they wero elected
they would have no higher ambition
than to do oxuetly what Plngree
udylscd them to do. The result wus
that they ran awny uhcud or their
Can Croker, Quuy or Piatt show any
parallel to thut?
Plngrco bus his own methods. Ho Is
original. In tho tlrst pluco he came
Into politics by accident. Before his
nomination uh mayor of Detroit in
188U ho did not know tho first thing
about politics. Ho wus u Republican
becuuso he wus born In Maine. Begin
ning life us a Journeyman shoemuker,
ho hud become proprietor of a shoo
fuctory, and his political duties con
sisted In sending a check euch year to
the campaign committee.
Plngree swus nominated for mayor
In 18b0bcceti8o Cleveland hud carried
tho city u yeur before by 0,000 major
ity, and noboddyclso wanted what
was considered un empty honor. As
soon as Plngrco rculbcd this ho be
came uugry und unnounccd thut ho
would bo olectcd. And ho wus, by
3,000 majority, after a hard fight, In
which tie pledged himself to redeem
tho city from corporation rule if
olectcd. Worklngmcn supported him,
In splto of the fact thut ho wus a
millionaire. During the campaign ho
showed his genius for organization
and his knowledge of tho wisher of
tho people. Elected, ho fulfilled his
ploJgcs. He mudo tho street railway
companies reduco their fares to a
cents, Improved tho streets, had tho
gas rates cut In half, tuxed big con
corns twice as much us they paid be
fore, and, Indeed, reformed so much
thut when he cumo up for nominution
again tho politicians wore ugulnst
him. Hut tho people wero with him,
und he won, Four times In succes
sion ho wus elected mayor or Detroit,
and each tlmo In splto of the politi
cians and tho corporations, Each
time his majority was increased.
Then he made ills tight for the
governorship, promising that If
elected ho would do for the state
fthut ho liuddono for tho city. Op
posed to him were all tho veteran
politicians, like aerator McMillan,
Alger, Hllss, HurrowHand O'Donnell.
Hut lie bout them ull und uot the
Elected as governor followed us a
mutter of course. McKlnloy carried
Miohigau by 60,000 plurality. Pin
greo's plurality wus 8:1,000.
Plngrco sot to work to reform the
tuto. Ho found that Indiana seemed
about $2,600.000u year In taxes from
railroads, while Michigan, with a
largo ruilwny mlleugo, hud been get
ting about $700,000 from ibo same
source Plngrco had a bill Introduced
In the legislature giving tho various
counties of tho stato tho power of
local taxation uvea tho railroads, and
allowing thoni to assess railroad prop
erly tho saiuo as other property and
collect taxes (rout tho corporations
Independently. Tho rallroadi op
pobod this, but the people approved,
and the result was tho passugo of a
compromlso bill inurcaslng tho taxa
tion on gross earnings and doubling
tho amount ot tuxes received. Hut
this wus not satlsfuctory to Plngree,
und in tho cumpulgn lust closed he
made his light ohlolly In fayor of a
Tim general Impression Is that
Plngrco Is a demagogue. Those who
is a beauty, patri
"An American Girl"
One of the handsomest pieces of color
work Issued this year. Lithographed,
with border of army and navy emblems
embossed In gold. Leave your nurno
with your druggist und ask him to save
you a copy or send 0 cents in stamps
for ono to C I. HOOD & CO.,
Mention this paper.
America's Greatest Medicine
for the Rlood and tho
Best that Money Can Buy.
Hence take only nood's.
know him do not bcliovo this. Ho Is
a man of high Ideals and exalted prin
ciples. Ills reforms huvo always suc
ceeded. None of them have been
chimeras. In bringing them about
he has used tho methods of
practical politicians and has proved
himself their master. Ho was a
wonderful knowledge of human na
ture, and ho has used it to bring
about tho ends he has sought.
In ovcry way he has shown himself
the master politician of the age.
Quay docs not own Pennsylvania a
thoroughly as Plngree owns1 Michi
gan. Judging by results ho la the
greatest boss of all.
Comes in for a Nice Slico.
Washington, Dec. 0. In conform
Ity with tho requirements of the law
the secretary of the treasury today
ttansmlttcd to congress the estimates
of appropriations required for tho
servlco of tho thcalycar, ending June
30, 1000, as furnished by tho several
executive departments. Thoso es
timates Include tho permanent an
nual appropriation aggregating SJ593,
048,378, as against $803,876,613, the
amount of the appropriation includ
ing dellclcncles and miscellaneous
expenses for tho fiscal year nf 1808,
aud $102,017,885, tho amount of tho
estimates for 1800.
The appropriation for military es
tablishment for the tiscul year of 1808
amounted to $287,810,403.
Among the Items under the head of
public worku uro the follewing:
Public buildings, Sitka, Alaska,
$110,000; public Duildlng, Helena,
Mont.' 9160000; custom-house, Port
land, Or., $200,000.
Among other appropriations asked
a ro the follewing:
For tho light house sorvlco at Mid
dle ground Columblu river, Or., $24,
000; Burrows iBlund, Wusli., $15,000;
Sealahmos bay, Wash., $25,000.
Harbors For Yuqulua ba;, Or.,
$100,000;Grjy's harbor, Wash., $160,000.
Rlvor8 Columbia rlvor ut Cas
cades, $100,000: Columblu und Lower
Willamette rlvors below Portland.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
County Clork of Linn County, until
Jimurury Oth, 1800, at tho hour of 1
o'clock p. m. for lubor and material
required In tho remodeling aud Im
proving u brick court house for Linn
County, ut Albany, Oregon. All work
to bo completed by September 1st,
1800, uccordlng to plans and specifica
tions on tlio In my oillco.
Tho County Court will consider bids
First, For the completion of tho
becond, All mason and carpenter
work. Including material of hrlck-.
stono, lath und plastering, cementing,
concrote, lumbor, etc.
-nurd, Heating und plumbing coin-
Fourth, Galvanized Iron, tinning
The successful bidder will be re
quired to give un approved bond for
the amount of his bid immediately
after tho contract Is awarded him,
upon such conditions as tho court may
determlno and demand.
The County Court reRoryes the
right to reject any or all bids.
lly order of tho County Court tho
11th day of November, 1803.
Clerk of Linn County, Oregon.
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Call on or address Tho Journal
ofllce. Stato number, kind and price
of animals. U-2rt:m
und continuing throughout tlio
week, promises a season of profit
able enjoyment.- Tho contrlhu
tlon aro excellent. Many of them
raro specimens of art, Tho en
tcrtalnuieut each evening will bo
u spoclal feature Tho young
Indies of tho academy will open
tho tulr. Miss Anna Krebs and
her cluss will follow with an ox
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thofekhblu'kr's Meoting Chamber bf Colli
There will be a meeting of the
Stockholder's of the Salem Chamber
of Commerce held at tho City Hall,
Salem Or,, on Monday the 10th day of
December, A. D. 1808, ut tho hour of
8 o'clock p, m. for tho purpose of
electing a board of directors to serve
for the ensuing year; and tho trans
action of such other business as may
bo brought before the meeting.
F. It. Anson, Secretary.
Quo. B. Okay, President.
Shows the slate ot your feslings and the state
o( your health an well. Impure blood
makes Itsel apparent In a pih and sallow
complexion, MmpUs and Skin Eruptions. I
you are feeling weak and worn out and do
not Imvc a healthy appearance you should
try Acker's Ulood Elixir. It cuies all blood
diseases where cheap Sarsacarillas and to
called purifiers Ull, knowing this we tell
every b ttle on a positive guarantee. I.unn &
Atari tbe The Kind Yoo H8 Always Bought
Overcome evil with good, Overcome )our
coughs and coidi with One Minute Couch
Cure It cures croup, tronchllIs,pneumonla,
la grippe and lung diseases. Stone's Drug
Thefoonera cough or com is cued the
better. Lingering colds arc dangerous.
One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures It.
Why suffer when such a cough cure is
within reach? It Is pleasant, ti'one's Drug
A cough is uot tike a fever. It does not
hi.vc to run a Certain course, Cure it quickly
with One Minute Cough Cure, tho best rem
edy for all. We reccommmd it became its
good. Stone's drug store.
KIDS OLEANED-for ten cents nt
tho Salem Steam Dyeing and Clean
lug Works, 105 Commercial Street
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the r & .-"
Signature of C&t&vf &&&&&
Pleoao notlco tno out In priooa
on tho following
Kk-rtt, plain..., iocent
Unucr drawers 5toioceru
Under shirts 5 to lo cents
Socks, per pair 3 centi
Handkerchiefs ...... I cen
Silk handkerchiefs . . , , 3 cont
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen
aud other' work in proportion.
rarHnruioU and other work iutolllgont'v
waahod by har d.
COIi J, OZiMSTBAD, Proprietor
Tooting Our Horn
1V U3AVINU YOUK
As llienunhtyof nur uork kIc
Hiitt-fuitloii, your approval Uour
ROACH & CRONISE
327 Commorolnl St., Salem
Our clothing is all latest
than our competitors,
you purchase of us we give you as a
We also present Christmas presents to all our customers
purchasing goods to the amount of five dollars or over,
MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURliS.SICk
Headache, Indigestion and cotistlpailon. A
delightful herb drink. .Removes oil erup
tions of tba skin, producing a perfect com
Elexlon, or money refunded, 35c and 50c,
unn & Brooks, druggists.
ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TAULErS ARK
sold on a positive gnaran.ee, Cures heart
hum. raising of he food, distress ifter
eating or any form of dyspepsia. One little
tablet gives Immediate relief. 3jc and 50c.
Lunn & Drookc, druggists.
Many a household Is laddered because of
failure to keep a safe and certain care for
croup such rs One Minute Cough Cure, See
that your Utile ones are protected. Stole's
Bears th y- M Kind You Haw Always Botian1
Soothing, healing, cleansing, DeWht's
Witch Hazel' Salve, the enemy of sorei,
burns and wounds, It never falls to cure
piles. Lunn & Drooks, diugglsts.
Lato to bed early to rise prepares a man
for his home In the skies. Little Early
Riser, the pill that makes life longer, better
and wiser. Stone's drug -tore,
pieventa the body from rid
itself ol watte matter.
Early Ulnrs remove the
trouble and cure
sick headache. Hlliousness. Snail sugar
coated, don't gripe or cause nausea, Stone's
ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY WILL
stop a cough at any tl 1 e, and will cure the
worst cold in twelve hours, or money re
funded, 35c 50c. Lunn & Prooks, drug
flours ths ) Ito Kind You Hata Alrrays Botijtt
x-lha Kind You
Whtn )ou nsk for De Witt's Hazel Sa've
don't accept a ccuntettiet. There are more
cases of piles Icing cured by this, thitn nil
others, btone's drug store.
Notice of Settlement of Final Account
Notice Is hereby given that E. J.
Chambers, the administrator or tho
cstuto or Wllllum J. Chamber, de
ceived, has rendered und presented
Tor settlement, and filed In the County
Court of the State of Orcucn for the
County of Mnrlon, his tlnal account
or 111s aummi'tratlon of the said es
tate; and that Saturday the Sev
enth day of January, 18U0, ut Eleven
o'clock u. m. nt the Court-room of
said Court, ut tho Court-house In Sa
lem, in said County, bus been duly
nppolntcd by tho said Court, for the
settlement of the said tlnal account,
at which time and place any person
Interested In suld state may uppeur
and object to the said final account
and contest tho samo.
Dated December 3rd, 1809.
E..I. Chamugrs, Administrator.
12 8 G w
Can ynudo bet
ter than to 'take
LAND for 1800 ?
Hero arc ONE
PAGES or the
work of tho men
and wowon of tho west, writers who
have lived the life or which they
wrlto, nnd seen and felt the things
they describe, nnd FIVE HUN
DRED PICTURES, the work of the
most talantcd urtlsts or a region that
hut produced many such, and Is pro
ducing them ull tho tlmo. ALL FOR
Every dime you spend for the mair-
azlne, und cyory copy that you read or
send to a friend isiieining Ttie over
land in its great mission set before
In 1898, when Bret Hurto gave It
Its motte: "Dovotcd to tho Develop
ment of the Country."
Put Tho Overland on your list for
1 L'llKsBH l,,u " " ,or unnatural
illill.ri.Tsl iniciitrgn, innaninmllODf,
)iiu4 M IrriUlluni ur ulc-r-.tluni
i u .iri.iurt. of mucous iiiciabrsu-.
IPr.t.m uloo, Tulnl-M, suit not Mtrlu-
lTMlE1SCHtUieuC0. " or Pouo '
keiNCiNNtTi.o.EB V V, nJB'
ur Brill ill ui.iu wi.umi.
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ur -xprr'i, !'i-piu, ior
I. 1 1). or 3 Lollln. Si.IS.
Circular Mat ou requwt.
styles, Our prices arc lower
and with every suit of clothing
and State Streets
FOR ALL TRADES.
A man mltjht as well try to work
with his hands alono unless he has
tho tools that help.
Is none too Kood for the mita that
dops the work.
can always be fouud at
r, - T - "''Vn" -
Portland' DecToT -Wheat yalle)
04', Walla Waila.OOc.
riour Portland, 13.45; Surcitlno
$2.25 per bbl.
nay Wfiv per tou
Hops l4(&17,o; old crop Cc.
Wool Valley, 1012c; Eastern
MlllatulT Bran, 910; shorts, 810;
turkeys, live, 1314c.
Kggs urcgoo, 27(Jue poruoz.
Hides-Green, salted 00 lbs, 881c.
under GO lb9,0i(a)7c;shcep nelta,1620c,
Onions 7Geto$l Per sack.
ftnt.torlto.qr. rtnlrv. 20Y3)30c: fancy
creamery, 50o(?fl5c per roll.
rotatocs, pu(f$ouc per buck.
Hotjs Heavy, $4.75.
Mutton Weathers 3Jc; dressed, 7c
Becf-ltccrSjfWOQIUG: cows, 2.D0
:i dressed, fVaO.
Hay Baled, jheat, tU.50&$7.
Flour In wuolcsalo lots, 8.1.00: re
Millstuff Bran 3124 without and
$13i with sacks; shortu 813l14 per
ten without sacics.
Hogs drccscd, Gc.
Sheep Live, 82X083.
Butter Dulry 20c; creamery 25c.
Wool Ilest.lGc. Mohair 25c
Hops Best 1017c.
Eggs-25o in cash.
Poultry Chickens, 67c; turkeys,
Farm smoked meats Bacon, 81c
ham, 10c shoulder, 0(7c.
shorter nnd a whole hulf day quicker
than any other line to Omaha, Kan
sas city, St. Louis and all other
suthcrti and southeastern cities,
Thico route east via Donvcr, St,
Paul, und Billings, Mont. Tickets ut
offices of connecting lines. If you go
eist via Omaha, you can stop oil und
sco tho Trans-Mississippi exposition
A. C. SHELDON.
Gen'l fluent Portland Or
Those are the points that mtke railroad
travel dcssrablc. Those are the qualities
that arc the delight of the pas ongcr over the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
The roadbrtt of the entire line has been Im
proved and rides as smooth as a floor arid nor.'
ImmcDse New Engines
Vestibule Doable Door Coailies
v Delightful Sleepers
There is nothing left to he deshed. Rale
always low to all points east. For particulars
sec THOMAS, WATT & CO.
227 Commercial Street
When Going East
Use a first-class line In traveling between
Minneapolis, St. Paul aud Chicago, and the
principal towns in Central Wisconsin.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and chair cars
The Dining cars are operated In the Inter
est of its patrons, the rroit elegant service
ever inaugurated. Meals are served a la
To obtain first. clmi senica your ticks
should read via
for all connections at Chicago and Milwaukee
For eastern points,
tlcketfnll information call on Sodr nearest
tick-t .gent or write
JAS. C. POND
General Pass. AgentMillwaukee.
Or JAS. A CLOCK, Onera! Agent Wis
Stark Street Portland Or.
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad
Conneetliiff at YAQUINA Othtl10
YAQCINA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Grace Dollar and Navarro
MrM-class In every respect. One ot the above
teamrs Is due to sail from Yaqulas
aDotit every five day.
Sliort-t Route lletueeu
Bciwttn Valley Points and San Franeiseo
Fare: Albany sud Points West to San Franclsc
Cabin ... ... no 00
Hound Trip . 17,00
II. U WAMiKN, EDWIN STO.NE,
T K- ' - Manager.
J. TWINER. Aacut, Albany, Q10.
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Km sale In Salem Or.. bD. J FRY rlrngglst
Alan lb Ihn
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,ry"iftnT.V fi'i.iiffii'rtiijflliW f '--ni ft
From Portia nd.
Sail Lake. Denver Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, St Louis, Chlcato
a p m
Walla Wallp, Spokane,
Minneapolis, St. Paul,
uuiuiii, Milwaukee UUl
cago and East
AH sailing dales sub
ject to cliant?'.
For San Francisco
Dec. 1, 4 7. I Ji 16.
9. 22,25, .2J II.
to p in
To Astoria nnd way land.
rortland, Newburg and
I For Dayton
7tlS p m
10 a m
Corvallis Albany and
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISlU.S -Dally
hosts to Portland as above.
Trfltitfnrs In fitrrpt rap 1ln ( Mj !.
if the steamers are delayed there uur.Il
inp ucKcts to an points in urcgon Wishing,
ton, or California. Connect o 1 made at Port .
land with all rail, ocean amlriver lines.
W. II. IIURLBURT.
Ocn'l Pas. ARt. Portland, Or.
O. M. POWERS, Agent, Twde street dock
110ISE A DARKER,
EAST AND SOUTH
FHE SHSTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co
KXrRKSS TRAINS RUN DAILY
6lOO I M
8;25 p m
J 700 A u
1 8:00 r ti
Ar. San Francisco. Lv
7.'45 A M
Above trains stop at all nrinoiiial station
bet. Portland and Salem, Turner, Marlon
Jeflerson, Albany. Tangent, Shedds, Halser,
HarrisburR, Junction City, Eugene, Creswell
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta
tions from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive.
ROSunURQ MAIL, r-PAILY;
830 AM) Lv... Portland ..Ar
io55AMVLv....Balem.... Lv J
430 P U
I se: PM
7.'3o A vi
520 I'M) Ar....Koscburg.. Lv
""1'ullman bullet " sieeber and si
sleeping cars attached to all through train
WKbl' SIDE DIVISION.
DKTWKKN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mall tialns dally except Sunday.
730 a M7Lv....PortlandTr Arl 5:so"rM
1215 pm( Ar.... Corvallis.. Lvf 1:05 m
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
tiAins of the O. C. & E. Ry.
KXI'RKSS TRAIN DAILY LKXCEIT SUNDAY.
4:50PM) Lv ...Portland... Ar
730 p MLr... McMinnville
8:30 m) Ar Independence
Direct connections at San rranciscu wilb
Occidental aud Oriental and Pacific null
steamship linos for JAPAN AND CHINA
Sailing dates on application
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and
Europe. Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONO
LULU and AUSTRALLIA, can be obtalnM
from W. W. SKINNER, Ticket .jent
R. KOEHLEU, Manager.
C. If. MARKHAM. G. F. & P. A. Portland
Oreffon Short Line,
j Line for all points Es( and southeiit.
rKlif. reclining chair cars, 1'ullman paiscs
sleeping cars, and upholstered tourist sleep
Ing cars on all through trains,
UOISE & DARKER,
Agent Salem, Or
C. O. TERRY,
Tiavellng Passenger Ages
V. & COMAN,
124 Third Sttee Cortland. Ur.
Canadin Pacific R.R.
And Soo Pacific Line
and all points east and soolheait
Cheapest rates, bestserviee and accommo
dations Through tourist sleepers to Minneapolis
St. Panl, Toionto, Montreal, and Bcto
CaDadiao Pacific Railway (Jo's. hfH
hie of steamships to Japan and China,
The fastest and finest ships on the wise
ocean. Shortest and heal route to !
Canadian Australian S. S. Co.
To Honoluh:, Fiji snd Australia T
shortest route t-i the colonies. ,,
For rates, fo'i'sr and anv inforrnatkn f ai
on or address,
H. H ABW'l
Agent, 146 Third street. Portland, l
E I. COYLE, ,
DbMlcl Passenger Agent. Vancouver. J