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The Theme of Discourse in Two of
the Capital City Pulpits.
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A suit of Balbrigan Underwear.
fc iiwiii V4ijr jiii ..nil i.
A good heavy Working Shirt,
A "fine silk TiePuff, feck, or 4-in-hand.
A'Swell Golf Cap in Plaids or English Checks.
6. w. Johnson & Go..
An Episcopal and a Congregational Min
uter Level Their Lances at Mrs.
Mary Baker Eddy.
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BY MOITIDR UHOTHItHS
MONDAY, JUNK 5, 1BU1).
Daly, One Year 3,00, In Advance
Dally, Four Montlis $L 00, 1.' Advance
Weeklyr, Ouo Year 01.00, in Advance
A OOOD PLATFORM.
pUUAli and exact Justice to 'mi men, of whal
"juotct iMirauaalon, religious or pelitical:
Wix'C, oommnrco, and friendship with all ua
tloiu. cii(aii(lln(f allancm with nonu, th sup-
tiort of llin atatA tfnvnrrimfHittf In ll llmlr rlvhta.
the moat compclniit administration for our
uomcutlo concern, and the surest bulwark
against nnii-iiflpunncan leuilonulnH; tiio pronor
TRllon of thn general government In It whufe
constitutional vigor, n tho sheet anchor ol our
peace ai noma nail aninty shroud) Irnooom
through an age of ruvolutlon and reformation.
religion; fri'ednm of tlio pre..... .. thwe
principles form thn bright constellation willed
uas gon bftforo tin, nnd Knlilml our step
JOURNAL" X RAYS."
It in poaidblo for ioiiiu people to ho ox
ocuMVoly ploim without lxtiiiK ordinarily
When Ilurvuy Beott in at liomu you
can at leant toll wliluli ldu of u (piotdlon
tho Orcgonluu Ih mi.
W'liun old llurvoy Scott Ih tit liomu
tlio editorials of tlio Oregon thnndurur
uro not ho clllllmilt to got at tliulr moan
ing. I( tlio ooiiiblnntlon of tjui 111),' Four
Hindu in lHUii, to down lliugor Hermann
Miifct'cdH, Hurry Miller will bo tlio uoxt
U. B. Senator.
With Duvo llunilurrioii, tlio old fight
lug culouul of tlio Ninth louii iih wpwikor
of tlio Iioiiho, tlio Niwiniguu ouuul will
Htniid hoiiio mIiow.
Aftor tlui rout of tlio nIiiUm uluitt u
wpoukor of rongi-um, tho Oregon jimjii
Xrt'HHiiH'U may (Uncover that Hiiuothliig
Iiiih boon going on.
Whoii attendance at tho imhllo hoIiooU
Ih coiillued to ohildruu In Hhort drowuM
anil knoo puutM.Jt in tlino tho iiiiuiIiIik!
that hrlugH about mmh romiltM worn
Tho need ofSulum Ih npultllo Hplrlt that
will protect IIh puliHe mihooU from tho
ravngus of tho loud niHWiilutor, thu robin
of thu paint doulur, mid tho rutttapu urn-
ithlnury of intiltlfark) iib rule.
lly all iniHiiiH IoI'h all get In on thu
l'arln tvxpoltlon iiiiroirlation. Tho
Frumdi Itopubllo will foul m grateful to
Oregon, and It will UimiiiiIi a help to tho
poor people from Oregon who want to do
u llttlo whopping In tho limine Murclio.
"ltd. Joiuwt, a uativo of Ireland, nun
arretted ua u drunk." Thin Id a imih
tQiuury way of iiultlng local ituum in n
uyrtaln organ. Why not ny "M,
SSnltli, a nalivo of Oregon, vtultt a
horHO." Wo do not put it that way. It in
not Just to kiup Iruhuid or t)ritui fur
any nuinV fault.
J'roHldoiit llllor, of tho Htnto hoard
of horticulture, Ih painting glowing pic
tures of tho wonlth and pronpority of
tho fnmiors in thu "iiiiiuudlnto futnro."
It Ih a notlueahlu fact that Mr. Miller
takwi no cIiiuicuh on thu futuro hut in
doing IiIh jirudlctiug and traveling on
inilungo mid j-or dluiu paid hy tho xtato.
Ho liaB a toiiiporary rosddonco in Ku
gene, whore ho Ih educating liin chil
dren ut Htato uxpoiiHo. Ho wnntH to ho
rniigrepmnan, and will prohahly go to
tho I'arlH KxKiHitlou on tho public; uc
count. There lire bloyolo putliH that aro patlin
and hoiiio that aro not putliH. For In
Htancn on tho north Hido of WIIhoii
avenue there In a intth. On tho HOiith
Hide there Ih u roukpilo. Still miiutnur
and winter, tho riKikplle may make tho
Thero Hhould Iki an aiuuiidiiHint to tlio
uoiiHtitiiliou to prohibit odtiuatloual and
roligioiiH iuHtitutIoii! running Into debt.
What right linvuKo-willtHl aluvutnrs of
huiniinlty to Kit mioh a liorrihlo exam
ple iih wallowing in doht.'
A FHW WAU JOKHI!.
"Attorney; 'What ground havo you
foranklng font jwiihIouV' "Apidlrant:
'Why, wliun tho ongagoinunt hugan, I
loHt my head.' "
"Did you fitllV'itHkfd tho oIIIiiIoiih ouo
of tho man who bad rilippcd on tho iro.
"Kail!" roarod tlio man withorlngly,
"nol I inuroly mil down to think over
thin expuiiHion iUiwtioii."
"TIiIh war Iiiih Ihhiii a goml deal llko
tlio uUiklo-iii'tbo hlot inuthod.'
" 'What do you iiumnY '
"Why, wo drop in a fow InilletH
and tako out an inland!"
"Tommy! Coiiio, Ilridgut, play with
iih, wo'ro playing mmllur I
"lliidgoti'd'nn, yw llttlo, iitii. 01
ain't no Holdier."
"Teiiimy: 'No, Ilridgut, hut you'roa
rod crinw nurMt. "
"Yim, ltddlo wan Hllglitly wounded in
tliu flrnt light. Wo Imvu a letter fioni
tho rogiiiiiuital mirgooii." "Whero wan
"Wu aro not ouito Hiiro.
Tho surgeon inontloniMi tho place hut
wu don't know whether it Ih an ana
tuiuloal phniHoora Filipino town.
A Oood Thing Well Oone.
Now tuid ploaHlng kIuiih In adver-
UhIiii; nlwayH IntoroHi. Nothing Iiiih
appeared for yours which Ih n at-
trilOllVO us tlio llood'rt Siitsimnrlllii
lulvurtlKoinuuiH, utilizing prnvurtM uoil
wise Hiiyumt ax lltMKIlngM, oiiull (d
luvvml by u llttlo liumlly ulovurly cn
iiuuiltm thu proyerlH wlih thu subjuut.
noNiiioH nut, mo 'Hiiiini. joihuii Italic
tjpofor tho prolliiilnury (eiilaucos,
IlllWIilin; with a horlnt Nlinian ."llniniv
Niitwipjirlllii Novor iSlnuiiitiiliiu," aiUli
HI 1110 CIIOUUVOIIUSH All IIIIH WOrU H
running in over 7tXK) pnporH, (l
Tho Hov. Mugnan.of St.I'aul'fl Kpinco
)Kilahtiroh, dovotod liin morning porinon
to'the Hiibject of Clirltlnn pcIcnco,H)ak
ing nliont thirty inlnutoH.
Ho took bis loxt from tliu third vorco
of the general epitlo of Jude:
"It was needful for mo to wrilo Into
you, nnd exhort you that ye Hhould
earnestly contend for tho faith, which
wnn once delivered iinti tho paints."
HcHtuted that ho would tako MrH.
.Mary linker (1. Kildy'H lxwk, "ricioncu
and Health," iih an authoritative state
ment of the Chrliitiiui Hcionco liello,
and ho lined (iiotutioiiH from that lmok
as tho IkihIh for IiIh criticisms.
It is impossible to glvo the Hevorond
gentleman's remarks in full, but a gen
eral idea may be guthored from the
Ho said that "though there is much
In it Unit (h-ciub worthy of ridicule, "yet
ho would endeavor to treat it fairly.
There is but ono truo faith, and tho
Christian must strive against his own
slothfiilnuss nnd try to preserve tho
truth of God.
We must contend not for our own
opinion, hut for thu truth.
In matters affecting one's faith and
practice it is imjiortant to know tlio
motives which move one. Supposing
this Christian .Science, so-called to be
truth it might bo a good thing to study
This Christian Hclenco, so-called, is
In no hoiiho Christian. It ipiotes the
Ilible, but church history proves that all
elements which have tended to make
trouble in the church have done the
I'ngo -'15 of Mrs. Kddy's book teaches
that there is no need of being weary in
well doing hut tho ilible does not teach
this. lCven Jesus wearied and slept.
uiirisiuiu nciuuce teacues tuai uoti is
not a divine person, but is it divine prin
ciple. Tills Ih not a Christian use of tho
Christian .Science teaches that the
Virgin Mary conceived, not tlio son of
(iod, but tho idea of (iisl. Do the
scriptures any whore separate the mini
JesiiK from the idea Jesus?
This is gross heresy disguised under
the name of Christian.
This so-called science is neither truth
in the abstract nor truth in general.
The science of mind is only tho know
ledge which wo havo stored up In the
mind, and divine science Is only the
elassllled knowledge that wo have of
(lod. Christian Science so called, is not
This scheme claims to bo u divine rev
elation. Yet science Ih not a matter of
revolution, but of investigation.
It ls"uIinost impossible to get at the
real principles of Christian Science, us
tho language Ih so ambiguous.
True science is modest and makes no
claim to infallibility; but Christian
Science bus no such modesty. It claims
to contain all truth, and to lie a com
plete and infallible sobeniii.
The burden of the whole work is mind
hoollug; but healing is an art and not a
In conclusion the preacher exhorted
Ills hearerH not bo led away by tlio now
doctrine, "its ignorance nnd its false
Is An Engine
Your health reflects its i.'ondltloa.
Ir it's clogged up with Impurities,
and can't use the fuel you give It,
there'll be trouble ull over the body.
There can be no dlcno with a Kood
digestion. A strong stomach and per-
iccb uigeBium comes irom mo use or
It oloars tho brain, T-Tne,
stronKthenstho . tlOStCtter 8
norvos -- o. ' ;
makes pooplo otomacil
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
trine of God, Affirming, thnt "God is
principle." It destroys Worship, declar-'
ing that "prayer to a personal God is n
churcti by its system of proselyting. IflO Kind YOU HaV8 AlWajfS BOUgllt
What good there is in it has been bor
rowed from Christianity, and therefore
NEVER TOO OLD
: TO BE CURED
Si Oi Si IS 1 Gr63t BlBSSill iO fteblKiiMaRni? inuuiufi,mand
nearly all of the itoknesa among
flirt Pfifinla I) fillDC Thom older people caulw avoided Mont elderly
UlU riUUIIi II UilOd lllolll iMople aro very susceptible to illnoM,
but It Is wholly unuecen-sarr. lly keep
Mittf DlflAfi 9nrf I Iffl luK thoir blood pura thoy ran fortify themselvwi
nin UlUVU flllu LIIDi ho its to eacaie thrw fourths of the nilmenU
from which they uulfcr no geuemlly, 8. H. B. is
tho remedy which will keep their system young, by purlfylug the blood,
inorouguir removing nu waste acoumuiMions, ana iniprt
ing wow btrongth oud life to the whole Ixnly It inorenss
the nppetlto, builds up tho energiw, nud sends new life
giving blood throughout the entire system
Mr, (xuuh Tike, 477 Ilnvutway, youth Iloston, writes t
"Iamsereuty year old, and had not enjoyed good health
for twenty years I was siok In different ways, nnd in
addition, find Koxema terribly on one of my legs. The
doctor said that on uooouut of my age, I would uever he
well agtkin. I took a down tiottlcj of 8. 8. 8. and it cured me
oonipioteiy, ana i am nappy to ray tnat
I feel as well aa I ever did In mr life."
Mr. J. W LovinJr.of ColquUt, Oa., eyst "rW eight
mtt vcmu I Buffered torture from n fiery eruption on
my Mcia. I tried rtlmot every known remedy, but thor
Wu4 on? by one. nnd I wiu told that my age, which u
Jxty-Wx, was Rga(tut mo. and that I could never hope
to be well again. 1 finally took 8. 8, 8., and It oleansed
my blood thoroughly, and uovr I am lu perfect health."
a. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
i tltt oaly remedy wbloh can build up and fctrtngthen
' JM moftio, IwcMUiwtt U tho only oua which U (ruatuuteed
as? r rAu iw.iav.li mnmiirv. u rum In land other damaclntr
lt"'"T" .-. j--., .. .,, ..--. -;-----,,--- , ,, ..
mmatm,9 H i jtmuo rroiu room ana ueros. anu no euwnireu wmwm
tii'Jt. 8. ft H- ouretf the worst com of Bcrofula, Cancer, Ecxema. Uheumstksa,'
TMtit, Oimx 8ot. Chronlo Uloers, Dolls, or any other disoase of the blood.
jrtwfci m Uk tUwaMMi will bo wut fre by wlft Wpecllo Co.-, AUauut, Qa.
Key. W. C. Kantner,
of tho First tJongregutlonal eliuroh, took
Christian Science fiu his theme on Sun
day evening. Hois well known us ouo
of the ablest orthodox ministers in the
statu and kiduly supplies Tiik Jouun.u,
with this synopsis of his remarks:
WIIV I CANNOT AlVKIT t'lllUSTIA.N .SliKNOM.
For tho information of kind friends
who have Wen furnishing mo with
imrisiiun mmoiico lltomturo (or some
time , but who in their extreme
modesty havo withhold their names,
and in rMKUio to fromiout riusu to
ssiak on this subject, I shall give my
rtMiMiiiH why I cannot accept tho teach
ing of Christian tH)lenuo. l'lirtherinore
I wish at the outset to alllrm that in all
my quotations mid refttmncMS to Chris
tlan Science I am basing what l sav mi
tho utterances of Mrs. Htldy and her iu
And llmt of all, 1 oHiiimt ac.pt
Chr4tian Svlaneo Ikkhiium 1 am u Chris
tmu, and aivopt the Ilible us the Word
of lual, ami 1 iimintuin that no one w h-'
usMinuw this (HMritfoit ohu W a Chris
tmii SoiontUt. The fanciful mellud of
of iuterpotatitm adupted by Christian
Stioiitisw in thitir ewlen-or to make thv
Ilible iiwrv with ChrUtlan Seleiuv. if
applml in the luttirpretuUuit oj law , ur
of the eonilUltbMi of the I'nitwl StatJti,
would subvert justke ami overthrow
the fmimlatiuH oi the Ameri'MU Henub-
lic. As lulig us I am a Christuui, as
long us I accept tlie Cltrtetiumty of
Jeiut t'hrtot, uml the uuthortty of the
Wonl of Uod, I iMtnuut
'J. I cannot iwoept Chribtluii ScieiuH
le.u tho 'ov of UihI anil tlie Wul
f Mr l&Uly ur In IrroeowMUWe iui.
lllet, snd I prtr Uw Wonl of ukI.
lierv are wime wooii
Mrs. Iildy"UiHl never eeMt.l mat
ter fK thoro is nothing hi SjMrtt out of
which matter iwildlw made."
llibli "In tit tHvianliiR Uul ertu.l
the biHtvetis ami the worth.'
Mrs. Kddv "Miracles are Jmtwsslblo
in Christian Science, and hero it takes
issue with jiopular religions.
Ilible "This beginning of miracles did
Jesus in Cava of Galilee."
Mrs. Kddy "God never pardons our
sins or mistakes."
Ilible "If we confess our sins Ho is
faithful and just to forgive us our sins."
llotweon those quotations taken from
tlio itiblu and from Mrs. Kddy, there is
irreconcilable conflict, or wordmcan
Dr. Jluiioin Ids lecture in this city
did not once udviso IiIh hearers to study
tho Bible, but lie repeatedly advised
them to study Mrs. Kddy's book.
I cannot accept the teaching of Chris
tian .Science because it virtually puts
Mrs. Mary linker G. Kddy in tho place
of Jesus Christ. In support of Christian
Science Mrs. Kddy Is quoted, not Jesus
Christ. No one ever lwcaino Scientist
by studying the New Testament, or by
sitting at tho feet of' Jesus Christ. Dr.
Fliino In bis lecture in tlio city an given
by the papers refers to Jchuh in n casual
way barely four times, but to Mrs.
Kddy three times and ench time in n
commendutory manner. Christianity
is not once named while tho expressive
"Hcionco" occurs thirty-nine (.I9) times.
Mrs. Kddy says of Jesus: "Ho had not
conquered all the beliefs of the flesh, or
his sense ot material life, nor had ho
risen to ids final demonstration." Mrs.
Kddy having reached tlio high attitudo
is therefore superior to Jesus Christ.
Mrs. Kddy says: "Tlio true I,ogoa is
demonstrably Christian Science," which
is another effort to dispose of Jesus,
for John in ills gospel teaches that it is
Jesus Christ who is tlio true logos or
word. Mrs. Kddy is tlio source of
authority in this now religion and not
tho Christ of God.
I. I cannot accept Christian Science
because it professes to boa divine revela
tion while its real origin is not hard to
discover. Tlio May number of tlio
Arena shows Its indebtedness to Dr.
Qulmby; and I'liuditu Ititmubui, a con
verted Christian woman of India after
investigation declares that it is only a
iiKslllleutioii of tho pantheistic philo
sophy in which she was reared. It Ih nu
amalgamation of tho theories of
Quiuihy, lie rkeley, Spiuon ami panthe
ism with a llttlo of tho Ilible to make
It imlatablo. If a revelation, why Iiiih
It been changed so often so that Sci
entists say: "Wo don't bsllevo that
f. I cannot accept Christian Science
because there never can bo a consistent
Christian Scientist. Alllnning that,
.Mortal hody and material man are de
lusions," those Soiuntists govern their
actions with a wholesome regard for tho
laws ol nature. Indued they live just
like other people, and meet tho satuo
misfortunes that others do when thoy
uttumpt to live up to their ethereal
Thoy touch that "food neither
strengthens nor weakens," but as a rule
thuy novur miss a iiiuel. "Cold and
heat are product of the uUnd," thoy
say, and then in cold weather they hug
If Christian Science be true then the
wholu system of law and Judicial pro
cuduro is wrong. Itullh-ins that, "it is
a distinctive font uro of Christian Seioneo,
that it lias no place for evil." There
being no evil in this system our mat
legislature ought to adopt Cliristiun
Sclunce as the state religion and thun
abolish law courts of Justice ami punaj
uiiiueiia anil mils relieve our over
burdened people of the present opprus-
BioiH.ation. uoro Is a ohanco for u
legislator to achieve immortality.
Cliristiun Science is destructive and
not coiitruetie und therefore I cannot
accept U. It de-Inns the sacred doe-
Christlatlty has no need for it.
Jesus and Paul would never recognize
in Christian Science the Christianity
thoy taught. The martyrs would not
recognize in it the religion for which
they died. No one would ever become
a Christian Scientist by simply taking
tlio Word of God as guide. It is Mrs.
Kddy's wonl that makes Christian
I shall cling to "Jesus Christ the
same, yesterday, today and forever."
The Modern Beauty
Thrives on good food and sunshine,
witli plenty of oxerciso in tho open air.
Her form glows' with health and her fuce
blooms witli It-M beauty. If her system
needs tliu cleausibg action of a laxative
remedy, she uses the irontlc and ideas
ant Syrup of Figs, made by the Calif
ornia 1-ig Syrup Co. only.
There is a tlmo-for ull things. The
time to uko DeWltt's Little Early
IUbcrs Is whcnjyOirure sufrering from
constipation, or'Bther troubles. They
never gripe. Stone Drug Stores.
Wnnt to Sorrow
or lend? In either chho you'll find just
the right man to deal with if you express
your desires through the Jouii.vai, want
Salem has all kinds of people of cir
cumstances and the quickest, clieupest
and best way to find all of any ono par
ticular class of people is through Tin:
Joith.vai., tho only paper that thorughly
covers the Held.
Don't Tolntto Spit ami Smoke lour I Ifc A"-.".
To quit tobacco oaslly and flioicr, henmo
oetlo. full tf llfo, norvo and vltfor, tali. No-To-Cue.
tlio wonilcr-worlicr. that inalo-i wen'.i men
ttroiiK. All druyclsu, tOuorll. Curoituuiun
teed Iloolilct and sample free. Adclrtms
Hterllnc Itcmedy Co. Clilcauo or Nrf Yoilfc
Cobbled Up by Trust.
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 3. The Journal and
Advertiser says: With tliu dissolution of
the banking firm of Morton, Illiss & Co.,
one of the old landmarks In Wall street
will have been removed. Negotiations
are now tending by which the firm will
cense to exist und its business, in ull
probability, lie taken over by a trust
company which Ih to be organized. The
new trust company will, it is supposed,
be under tho name of the Morton Trust
Company, of which Loyi P. Morton, now
the head of the firm, will become the
It Is possible that the Knglisli hout-c.
which is known as Morton, Chapman oi
Co., will also bo succeeded by the trust
company by the re-establishing of a
branch In London. This latter course
has not been definitely determined umh
but should it bo done it will lie de
cided innovation in trust company
methods. Tlio present firm of Morton
Illiss it Co. consists of Levi I. Morton,
George T. Illiss, H. G. Crosss, William
Morton Grinneil and W. It. Jlodinond
Steam Dye Works
No. 105 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladies' nnd gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired mid pressed. Fine
blankets cleuned or dyed
and nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c: dyed
Kurtz & Hamilton
1)8 COURT STREET.
Make it specialty nf all Kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized Iron
work rjoflng und guttering, it full
line of Pumps und pump fittings.
Prompt work and rcas-oiiablc prices.
We curry In tocT the Fulrb.inks
wind mill. Call and sec us before
iflvlug your order for mill or tauk.
PROMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES
The Geo, M, Bccler
Always to the front with best
rates and policies In the lending
Do-yuu wunt worh", or need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Vt itb one exception the through
trains of the Rurllngton Route
ureulmosL Invariably well-filled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there is usually room und to
Don't hirer that It Is neither
so lino, nor so fust, us ANY train
of ANY other line between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the coti
trury, there Is no more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dlnlng-car
service on the continent nnd n
lower berth for everybody,
A. U. SttLiU'JiN.
Ocu'l Agent, Portland, Or.
SOUTH AND EAST
TpE SHASTA RO'JTE,
Southern Pacific Co.
BXFRRSS TRAINS RUN DAUV
Ar. San Francisco. Lv
8:00 A M
.'OO P M
5?oo P M
6:05 P M
6.43 A M
8'IS P M
7.00 A U
7-55 A m
Ar...... Ogdcn ... Ar
Ar .....Denver, , Lv
Ar .... Omaha .... Ar
Ar .. . Chicago . ...Lv
Ar, ..Lot Angeles... Ar
Ar ... EtPaso .... Ar
Ar... Fort Worth. ..,Ar
Ar. . New Orleans. . . Ar
6 45 P M
8 So a M
6,30 p u
9 25 P M
2 35 P M
8 40 PM
Pullman hrst-class and tourist sleeping car
attached to all throuch tralm , Tourist cars
through to Chicago without change.
ROSKBURO MAIL, r-UAlLY.
4-3 P M
1 5o.' P N
7.'3o a M
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are conlemplding a trip
whetner on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service ol tainablc so far
as speed, comfort and safely is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Line are
paid 10 serve ihe public nnd our trains arc
operated so as to make clo-e connections
with diverging line at nil juncti-n points.
I'ttllmin Palace Sleeping and Ch.vir cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this fitst-clus service,
ask the deket agent to sell you a ticket over
THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
and you will inike" dlrcrt connections nt
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and nil
Fur any lurther infoimation call on any
ticVet agent or correspond with
J AS. POND,
General Paw, Agent
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
246 Slnrlc blteet,
830 a M I Lv. .
1055 A M Lv..
520 P M I Ar
WE.iT SIDE DIVISION.
BRTWERN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mall Mains daily except Sunday.
730 a Ml LvTTT. Portland 7i ArT 5V50 p m
n.'SS p Mj Ar....Corvnllis . Lvf i.'gppM
At" Albany and Corrnllli con.jtct wit
rains of the C. & E. Ry
INDETENDENcE I'A&SENUEK. '
BXPRESB TRAIN DAILY ttXCfcPT SUNl'AV.
450 P M Lv Portland . . . . Ar 1 8:25 a m
730 p M Lv McMinnviilc Lv 5. '50 a m
8:30 PM Ar Independence Lv) 4.'5o AM
Direct connections at .Ian Prancisco with
Me-in-ihip lines fn HAWAII, 1APAN
CHINA. IHE PH1LLIPINE5 and AUS.
For through tickets and rates cnll o V,
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, or 0- D
GAIIRlLLONCity ticket Agent, 232 Com
rceicial M. Salem Of
R. KUEHLER, Manage.
MARKHAM G. F & P. A. Portls
Property to lent. Register
288 CommkucialStrkkt, Salk'm.
Cure nil liver lilt. IhIkiiii-
ut' lieudnclie, sour atom- IJ aM
ncli, Indication, conitlp.v r" I 1 I tsZ
Hon. Tlii-r net exilly, hIUi I I W
out rain or gripe. Solii ty nlhlructliu. Menu.
Hit only 11U to Uko vtitli looil' fn.iiarlll
RED FRONT LIVERY
FirstClass Feed and Boarding
1(11 C'OMMKItClAL STRKBT.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigj, for Commercial Men
8(al)lcs lu Mini) liloclc Hotel Wlllamotto.
(GTSnfo tenuis and comrortabffi rlg- I
for indies and family drlyltnr 11 spe:-1
laity. Horses bout tied by day, week
or month and best of satisfaction
guaranteed. 3.1 tf
OiTgon SI1011 Lioc Railroad
The Direct Route to
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
0 Ives clinlcc of two nvorlto routes, via the
Union 1'iu'ltir Kant Mull Line, or Hit-
UloUriindu Seville Lluvs.
1 Look at the titnc
I 1J Day to Salt Luke
-J Days to Denver
3 Days to Chicago
li Days to New York
free Uccllnlnsr Clmlr Curs, Upholstered Tou
1st SlHepliiB Curs, ami I'ullmnti l'alnce.
Sleepem noriited on ll trnlns.
For further Informntlon npply.to
II0ISE .t llAltKKK, ARcnts, Salem
W. K. COMAN.don'IAiient
C. 0. TKIUIV, TriW. Puss. At
KM Third St.. I'orttaml
a 11 iimiii iimiiji 1 ! 1 a a
DEPAHT TIMK SrilKDUI.K. lARniVE
ron I From l'ortlnnd
Kai t Suit Ijiko, Denver Ft. World
Mnltl I Oinnha, Kaiisaa City, BtBitS pin
0 p. 111, jOuiHA iiieogo nnu mist,
Spo- iWnlla Wallii, Hpokimc, Mlnne
knno npoll, Ht. I'aiiI, Dulutli, Mlt
Flyer wnukec Clilcano and east.
I OCKAN BTEAMaillPH.
8 p 111. For Snti Frauclscu,
aau evory avo onys.
Do you waot to die?
iu p, m
10 a. 111.
UTI'l M IMt J
U . ... .'11....
To Astoria nnd way Lamllugt,
4 (I. ID
Portland, Newheri: and
way 0 p. 111.
3 p. m
WI,1.MKTTK RIVRIt I r8?m
Allmiiy ami Way lOn. m.
1100 BEST OREGON WEHVi Qf)
Do (on warn! lo gel well?
Ifyou want tn pie keep rlitht on fillliiB jou
utemwllh MINKItAl. and other 1'OIBONSIll
tliiobaiMiif DHUUB and allesri-d medlcliiM.
,, J ?"'"' KW r.MlKKIA
M'U J"id STOUT, uult sllowliii! dootON m
Al KN r on you w Itli drucn and try
J. F. COOK,
Office 801 Liberty Street, Salem,
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Daily bois to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Citv
if the steamers are delayed there ound
trip tickets to all points in Oregon Wsshlnc-
tun, 1.1 vyAuiuiiiiu, v,unncciio3 mane ai toit
land with all rail, ocean andriver lines
W. II. lUMLHUKl.
(en'l Pas. ArI. Portland. O
0. M. POWERS. Agent, Trade street dock
UOISE & BARKER,
The Model Oregon Nowspaper and Family Journal.
Uniting News, Fl8tlun, Literary, Ranch ana Dairy
itnd.Markct News tn attractive readablolforui.
.niTii'm1. cniriH, ,or" of 1Veo"10 ".lnoe lle mint
to Biileui. IU- is 11 reputable nniolltloner mid is
two .evilly tfhartnrtHl
llCnu n fllivuii 1H..1 1.1
K'awriONiiuun.snyouetan he convinced
I,. 1. ia . 11 :.., - '.-.. w,'Tw.
..- ... 11.. .lomiim, n a I'luiru ttiHi nin relllhll-
l.'.'.'Jf .',e.1.1"."t ",n,y H fi'"!'1 ,.I'n '"" lionet
IZW. 1 " " . "" "" Bl"i nu mUrepro
wilted more than any mau in Salem, but lie Van
eoiint hU frien'U iimoiiK the tt citizens of
Falem and Willamette Valley. HI, be," friends
are llKMOHluim iii.i.na i-riiVn 111: '....'?
ire the result ofu lifellmeof stilly, and In.UnB
by the marvelouji wires irfirmedfiht here ut
'.'ii" Mi ro hl Plwt may l lUn anil
?.UM1,h' ,lao"eHhoU"u'k nM beiltate
(O mMJ Dill),
He aWolntely pure all kind of Chronlo
UbeaAH aftsr alt other whooU have i ile.1
wel, as tHneer.amvel, KldJsv TrouWe. 1 lone
1)Ihw A.tbiiw, Skin Dmm, Kle. with "it
with no pam whatever to the jnulentr
tllllu 11 Ltli
t'oiinectliiB at YAQUINA with tliu
YAQim BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANV
Flrst-cla; In every ro ect. The above
steamer Is due to fall from Yaipilna
every elsht dava.
Is isnuqii Thursdiiy.uioriilm;:inliiuio,to rtWCJ; all imks
Of thestute tlieXsamu wuok.
Mm Iwldy Mhh u oo-xkt4t
Diseane is a ifreat and trcachctous ocusn
Man ever stand upon Its ahoie and guie
out over its calm kurfcee without a thuuiibt
of iUhksj. It licks hi ft -it advance
and recedes altuutt idyfnlly -but all the
Mme it will crack bw bone nd eut him,
aud wipe the crimson foaui fiom its jaws
as If notliiHK had bsppend a it has lien
doiuir ever since the world begsu
1 , 1. r ."""" w "" reiM,iy saunters alene the
1h h Christian I ahore of the insatiate e of dUec. wnl
some ity encounter a great storm in the
form of some fatal nuUdy and will be cu.
W'Ulfcd. llccuuse a man docs not have to ro
to bed when lie suffers ftoui a tiivisl iudi.
trcsttati betause he does not have to Rive
up wk w heu he gets nervous snd cannot
sleep at night, becsusc he csn still fon-e
down an unsatisfactory rucal when he is
sufteiinir ftom loss of appetite, because by
slioiig ertott he cau add s column of figures
with schitig head-is no reason that these
dikotdcra are trifling or to be neglected.
They are the warnings of serious sickness.
a uian wno promptly heeds them, and re
sults to the right remedy, will speedily re-
.., m.. uiia, utiia. mt mail wno neir.
Tk Sl.00 Mj..
S, C, STONE, M. D.
Stone's Drue: Stores
Thesuires (lo In nuwbsr) nre located a
u.'ii T T Cwro'W Hreet, and are
HtllstoelMiHUi, a complete Hue of.lrussaud
rosdlolH,, toilet nntei. lMrtulBI,rv , , i
ete.. et., te.
Mwotms.lteliiean.lBow aks no rhnrge for
.ulatton. exawlnauon w weserl wlon.
Shortest Route ilctween
Beta ten Valley I'oiuls aod hu Francisco
Pare: Albany and Points West to San Krar.clsop
Round Trip 17,00
II. L WAI.DEN. emviv ctauv
T K. A P. A.
J. TURNER Agent. Albany, Ore. ,
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
STEAMFR WM M un&n
Captain Geo. Raabe.
.."."plu.a'lf'landln11 "" Co"""'
DOWN. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sundays.
Leaves Corvallls.. .
l-eave. Allan yLZZZT. 7 1 m
-eaves llu?ua' VliZZ 8 2' S'
Mas Independence,.! It If,
paves Salem ":!:; -,5aa- "
Leaies Newbeix. 11.. m
Arrive Portlafcr-IZT.' "
hi -Ajonuays. Wednisdays and Fridays.
Uavss New berif ..
An ludapendant Assoointad lr Papr.fur the Pet
pie. Sentl forsamples free.
We.!..thSe.Jro,,r '"jrsu- t'Ulld or
v-. nuuuil or Mill niii.ml
i J-. ' .k .""r.', "J?V .-.. . .4i,c .n,.w w" ,,f K-
... ,mui iii uuu iiv nc is in l lie irrln
. of consumption, some ttmum .iu,...i-r V
t.lVIVM. .m. nlS.r .lr-.l .......I- .!.. . I "!:' I
UiW-"An.UlM, 11 Uml lomed' 57im; nutria "uu 'ercsM
n.mm m ttwi w tn Rrnjnl uml 1 : 1"" ..''T'A i,.'""f " ,n l f
T w iwi, uii uu h sss asrs-i sav ran sin.
1 isi isnusyi 11 restates the tost
vfVHiitmi ihi his mmniB m innatn
lite ami own Uhmk4 livlhg tml"
Mm. HddtasHMttu (s mir ik.
Mind t not 4sk and matter t-anint bM
Wbl "I was ft and ui prmwi hsmI
Ik" "1 ,S!,w1Jrk. !. ae tost sppc
tfle, raeiliutes the flow of digestive juices,
invigjrAt the liver, purifies and enriches
the blood snd tunes and build up the
nerves. It cwiss per cent ofaUhnmk
bwehUi. thwal sad luu- rretha, and
i an unfailing temt-dy for nervu urustn-
oo. Meuiiue usstcrs sell it
THBJOURN'ALbwtUefUltet mlt lueriHt,L.a
IU. hgUUtur and slat ajaja), a?, aJ Iodw
denr, cWar and mq& r,wruat a all public matt
Send . trial Enb3rf4iH ,
R ZOR TAX
All ihh)i4 aW hereby notifiwl that a
U ou lUwra of Sfo'tor retwniloriiiH
t, opposh tls. Court HoU.
Screen Ooors and Windows.
'NSTMC CSOtL tttu lL.l..
sad l.aw-H f(Hste of nil
SAI.BM KI5NOE WQR,e-
ewber '.' " '"
Balm.. 3;Su ., m
iiKieiiemteuee 5.00 p. ru
trvallls . l.m..m
US6 ISI1','!, Uen .ulppeTwllJi flrst
Jsm accommodations. Inoludlng an elessnt
Hm$w? t0t nTlnK ' freight and
Doak-Kwotof Stale street.
0. MAERTZ, AeenU
Thalntor-Stato Unlvoralty System
of Musical Instruction.
E. II. BOOTr. I). M. PRESIDENT
betlSSlnlfS -JPrJ,Te latutloa which la
snd ft S5mi nKn,lr lu aou'ty by hundreds
u-ntwt,"?atbfithoUMniU' EbrJciug mor
i ot 9 benefit oT
iTJpUs of Private Teachers
r .ii caUTlI KCUOUHTIO TK.IH.
t'te,fo,n?,ea " ftri'
Riplanation ofths sytem In detail
In these columns
. Watch for lu
.. 1 ,'ite 'lPrentatlve
ana Membar of the Fscultr
Stiuleo over rtT,t Nstlonal RsnkW..
un or two places orn for sdvaaced players In
There u only one
in town- to cet a
I u you are a stranger, ask
your neUiUor, he will tell
J vou to go to W, W. J 1 HNS
Yu.TMaaLT Pfon '
jus bat of the Red Fiont
HOFJ3R BROS; ,tiw