Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1896-1899, June 07, 1899, Image 2

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50 cenis Bun
One of several styles of Crash Hats, ,
A suit of Balbrigan Underwear.
A ffifSt dressy Golf Shirt.
A "good heavy Working Shirt,
A fee silk Tie-Puff, Teck, or 4-in-hand.
A swell Golf Cap in Plaids or English Checks.
GJ. Johnson
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BV HOKtOtt BROTHI8R3
WEDNESDAY, J UNU 7, 1809.
Daily, Otic Your Q3.C0, In Advanoo
Dally, Pom MouUis 31 00. ! Advance.
Wookly, Ono Yoor 81.00, la AJvnnoo
THE CASES OF SENATOfl QUAY
AND SENATOR CORBETT,
Tlioro !h conHiilunililii comment iwlng
made on tlio probability of Saiiutor
Quny lieing Hotited on tlio curtlflratu of
the governor of l'ennnylviiiilu. How
thlH cun hs donu, in tlio face of tlio pro
cedents utubliHhed in tlio Mnntlo und
Corbett ctiDOH, which wro moro inurl
UirloitH than Qwiy'n. it in difllcnlt to
undunitiuul, uiihwii tlitt xunato In tlio ilu
oiolon of Hitch mutters 1h controlled by no
rulu xtivo jicnionnl prufuruiii'iM and jxirty
prejudice. Wonovor ImiIIhvwI tlmt the
pritioiplo laid down In the Mantlu, muuli
leHH tlio UorlKitt, cuo whh tintitiwi to u
tnomunt'H rupect. Tlio principle oh
tahlhihed by tliom wiim tlio dunlal of
roprwiontittlon to mteh Htiiton m fulled to
elect n Ronator. Sovereign utiiton iiiiimI
bo disciplined mid pimMied llko u ro
frnotory boy, until tlioy Iwtrn to rimpeet
and oboy tlio coiintorliil ill. Ibix kind
of treatment, it whh mippoHod, would
bring tlio HtattM to turiiin and compel
tbulr reprummtntlviw to fix up thulr
faatlonal tmrrelH and elect a mtimtor.
Wlmt ban buun tlio rociilt? Iimtoad of
tho isolated tutHtw of Mantlo and Corhett,
oconrring at wlduly different iuturvnlH,
tboro urn now four nlattw with only balf
ropruMimutlon in tlio wtiiut, on account
of tbu failure of tbulr legiHliUnre to elect
a muintor. Bomo ono bun mild that you
could not indict a whole jwioplo. All
tbu more, you ounuot piinlnh thum anil
bring tbuin into oImhIIiiiiiiu aftur tlio
iiiauuor of u refmctnry child. Tlio eon
ntruution of tbatclaiiM) of the coimtltn
tlon which gnvo birth to tho prinrlplu
estubllMicd in tho Mnntlo ninl Corlwlt
uiwou whh narrow, tooliulmil and absurd,
from a practical point of view. It wax a
construction which rwu'lunl It conchi
hIoii from an ovur-rtiflninwiit of MnrdH,
lotting Might of tho purMHm for which tho
cluitfo whh iiiHtitutwI. Tho fntuiHrri of
tho coiiHtltiitlon had provided that tho
utiiUw, both Hiuall and groat, mIioiiIiI
huvo two Himitorn, to bo ulwtwl by thulr
legislature!) roriHvtivMly, and thereby
thoy hud provided for their hIhh)1u(
equality. Hut tho query Mroeu, mipjhwo
vuoiinoltm rdiould hapiHHi IkIwihiu tho
doahIoiin of tho leghdtituro?
Ifow was tho ruproMmtmion of tbu
NtntH to bo provided for during thU In
terval? It would nut do for great HtattM,
llko Now York mid Virginia, to haw
only half reprwiautiiUflu, ohhwnI by vh
uanolmi hupHiniug dtwlng the ncmut of
their lagkdiitursM, wliilw tltellUl Uti
ijl HIiikIu IhIhihI mid IMwu, morn
fortuuity, enjoy tho Iiilhifiuu of full i
A SMALL SPOT
MAY BKANCER.
MUST lIuLtRI uAobo HAVE miyllt?loore, rlmploorwrHtohwldch
how uo diiHUUtfi to liNil uudur ordiu
iPPClDPfl IT CIPQT 4Q arrtrmtment. No one oau ttdl how coon thtwe
niTlJinCU 111 linOI nO will dorelop into Cancor of the wort typ.
Bo many pooplu dlo from CVwcr iiniily ln
UPRP P1UPI FQ caUM hy lI uot kuow J"t vrhnt tho dlftctuo iai
mLilL. I IffllULOi thov natuntlly turn tUetnelve otw to tho doctor,
, A . " Rre, tototxl to aubmlt to a cruel nd dnnroua
operotlonUio only treatment whloh tho dootom know for Cancer The iUmuuo
promptly return, however, and 1 ovca mow vloleut and dtructlT than
befora. Cancer Is deadly nobou (u tho blood, and an operation, pbuter, or
othwixtorualtritwtntcaubaTo no eireot wlintover uwn It. The euro uuut
oomo from within tho hut veatlgo of iwUou unut bo eradicated.
S. S. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
beoau tt la tho only remedy which con go deep enough to reaoh the root of
tit dlwMM and force It out of the aysteai (wrtnanently, A surgical oneratlou
4om not reack tho blood tho real eeat of tho duMMuebecaus thinood can
mt W mt away. Insist upon 8. 8. 8, j uotlilng can take its plaoe.
9, 8, U, cures also any com of Scrofula, Koseuu, llheumatism, Contagious
JeiooUl'oUon, TJIoen, Bores, or an other form of blood dlco. Valuable
We4a Cancer and Wood Dlseoaoa will be luallod free to any addreM fey
wis gfigiHa Cosapan, Atbinu, Qeorgla,
m. il ...in... ..i n rrtmm. 'iWinamwh!, lVn M
e)
&60..
representation. It wbh plain to thulr
mindM that thin condition of tblngH wiih
"Hblo to occur, and that H offuct would
tlmtroy for a tlmo tho tfiuallty of tho
voting wor of tbu otatofl affectcl by
vacancies. What wbh tho rtimt'ly for
thlH Htatoof UiiriKH? What further pro
vlfllon fthouhl 1m incorH)ratcd in tho
coiiHtitutlou to (111 vacanctuH that may
happen whun the ItlHlaturo U
not In mimioii, to continue totlie htnten
ruprettuntatlou and tho iMiiality of thulr
voting jxiwur, win the pitttllon in
thulr mindfl. TIiIh Ih tbu clauttu that
wan fruinwl for that purpura:
"If vacaiicloH bapixin by ronij;nation,
orotlmrubo, tluriiig the rucom of the
lugixlature of any Htate, the executive
thorcoy may mako temporary apolut
mtiiitH until the next mcutiiix of
hlsluturo which hIihII thun (111 Hiicb
vacaiicloH." I'mlor HiIh cIuiiho. when
the term of ox-Henator .Mitchell ox
plrwl, during tho rocomf of the lwglnlii
lure, tho execuflve of HiIh Ntnto ap
olntiI Kuimtor Coilwlt to All the va
cancy thun ox intln, ho iih to prtwervo to
the Mate full rttpriMwntation. Hut the
Huuato thouxht (Jroon iiikkUnI to ho
dlHciplliuNl after (the maunur it had
piiuiHhed Montana hoiiio youm before,
and, without (Kiyinn roMpoct to the dif
ference in the factH of tho two canon,
put them on the name principle by
roammhiK that a "vacancy" could not
happen by expiration of a term of of
llct, and that "otherwlHo" muaut va
canciN of tho wuno nature iih ronlKini
tlon. I'very ono kuowri that ml oh of
coimtrnctlon aro only reported to when
there In amhlKulty orohwurity of lann
uitKU. They have no place where
tlia Intent Ih cloar, or the thiiiK iro
kwm1 to be done Ih plain. The
word "otherwise" nover rofern t
the Nuuo kind iih xptilltMl,
when it would violate the
Intent and purine of tho HUituto or
clauto In which lrIn hh. Nor Ih the
IduHof chance tho only meaning of the
word "hoppon" technically, and cer
tainly not practically, for our nlorva
tlon toHi'hon that vacauciuri ariniiiK from
faihtro of tho hxUlature to elect aro
a more uuoxHH.'tod event than vacau
cIim from dooth or rwlnatiou, uotwlth
cIhikUiiu it Ih mild that "Mini In olllce
Kuldom die, and never rettlgu." Thin
claitwMif our oouMitutlnu, to our mind,
Ih plain. I(h purMXHi (h to providti rep
rtweutatiou to the Htaton when a viuniuoy
otK'urn in the K'tiatorial olllce during
the rccuttrf of Itu lui;iHlaturo.
We tlouot admire Mr. Quay. 1 1 Ih
uiuthodM in x)lltl(W ropriMHint the wort
ovIIh of the innchluo," and if the effect
of the ruling wiih only to koop him out
of the Houate, and not todeprivo ureot
HtattM of their ropreuUitlou, no one
would care, and many ml(ht Mty it I
well tlNHrvtl. Put w do not believe
that the KwpeN of KretU HtMttM like
I'euueylvaiiiaand rullfornlM, uIiom in
ttirtMUi are ho vHiitHm and ImportMiit,
idiiriild 1m denM reireentMUiu where
their litfUlHture fuilml to elm't ena-
Mr, wni. Walpole, of WaUhtown, 8. D., ayt "A
llttlo blotch n bout tho alto of a p camo under my left
ye- gradually growlusr larjwr, from which ahooUng jvxln
ul lutervala ran In all dirootlon, 1 became greatly alarmed
and cousulttxl a good doctor, who prououuoed ft Cunrer,
and ndrUed that it bo out out, but lid I could not oon
w)ut to. I road In my local paper of n oure cltvcted by
8 8. 8., and decided to try it It acted llko a charm, tho
Cancer liecomintc at tint Irritated, and then dUoliargiug
very freely. ThU gradually grew lea and then discon
tinued altogether, leaving a small scab whloh noon drop
ped off and now only n healthy llttlo aoar remain where
what threatened to dentroy my life onoe held full way.'
lVwitlvcly tho only curt) for Canoer U Swift Speclflo
The Stomach
IsAn Engine
Your nealth reflects Its oondltloo.
If it's closed up with ImpurltleH.
and can't use the fuel you give It,
there'll be trouble all over the body.
There can be no dl?cae with a uma
dlitottlon. A strong stomncli and per
fect digestion comes from the um uf
It oloara tho brain, HnQfMtrf's
Btrendthenstho noatcucr s
norvoB -
mnkoB pooplo
Stomach
Bitters
tor, upon a rule of construction thnt
justifies Its expediency nml wisdom
ujhmi the mistaken grouml that its died
plinary effect will firevaut a recurrence
of the evil, been who tbu facts are other
wira, there being now more such failures
to elect Hincethe ostabliHliment of this
rule, and because the rule itself is nii
jtiHt and In violation of the spirit of thlH
clatiw of thu coiiHtitutlon, which feoks
to preserve the equality of the stRtes by
a full representation, when a vacancy
occurs in a mmatorlnl olllce.
In the interest of good government,
wu believe that thwo decisions ought to
be retracted, and thulr Injustice to the
Htiitos now and In the future be averted.
Wo lwliove that tho certainty of an ex
ecutive upKiin'.inunt In the event of a
failure to elect will have a tendency to
leseon their recurrence; nml In tho
mcHiitlmo if tho status will provide norm;
remetly to piinlHli legislative recus
ancy, tho liability of their recurrence
will I hi still further levelled, if not
wholly abated.
In the olden times It was no
uncommon occurrence
for itentltive, delicate
women to be. be
headed fur trivial
or imsglnarjr of
fences, in this re
spect the world ha
made (Treat strides.
Nevertheless, wom
en still suffer death
In a slower and
more torturesomc
form, and for
no offence
whatever, save
a little Ignor
a nee, or pos
sibly, a little
negfect.
The woman
who stifTers from weakness and disease of
the distinctly feminine organs, whether she
realizes it or not, is heinK" slowly but surely
tortured to death She suffers almost con
tinually with sick headache She lms pains
In the back, what she calls "stitches" in the
side and shooting pains everywhere. She
experiences burning and dragging down
sensations, She becomes weak, nervous
and despondent She neglects her home,
and Is petulant with her husband. If she
consults the average physician, there is uot
one chance in ten that he will hit upon the
real cause of her trouble. He wilt attribute
her bad feelings to stomach, liver, heart or
nervous trouble. A woman In this condi
tion should consult some eminent and skill
ful specialist who has had a wide experi
ence. I)r It V. 1'lerce, for thirty years
chief coniuttiug physician 'o the Invalids'
Hotel and .Surgical Institute, at Ihifmlo.
N Y , has. with the assistance of a staff of
able physicians, prescribed for many thou
sands of women. He has invented a won
derful mtrdiciue for ailing women, known
as I)r Pierce's I'avorite Prescription. It
has stood the test for thltty years It acts
directly on the delicate and important or-
y;aus concerned la wifehood and mother
mod, making them strong and well. It
allays Inflammation, heals ulceration,
soothes pain and tones and builds up the
nerves. It transform weak, nervous worn,
en into healthy, happy wives nud mothers.
" I was su Invalid for orrr a yr sr with elm nee
of llfr," wrltrs Mrs C Hmlth, of Orr, CflHiulc
Co., Mont " Had mIiis across the pit of my
stomach and such calrcme wesknru I cihiI.I
hsrdly walk I tiMk one Uittle of Ilr I'icirr's
CJiIrn Mnl.cn. D.iMnivrry and five of Ills ' I'a
vuiile rrcKilptlon ' and am entirely well "
MAHION COUNTY NEWS.
Uuslness Ueing Transacted at the Court
House.
An itpHMtl to the circuit court, De
iHtrtmont No. 1, In the cunt id Frml
Hurst vs. Prod Achilles, from Sttlem
JiiHtlco court hits Ihwii Illed by Itouhnm,
Jeffreys and Martin attornys for
Achillus.
I'llOUATlt.
Iuvtutory of the estate of S. Itcck, tie
i'ivimhI has been tiled, A. ScreiU'r,
Henry Wemluroth and .1, II, Haas
Mug appraisers- M. Kllnger has Ikhmi
apisjlntisladuilnlstnitors of that (mrtion
of the twtnle which tNiusists of a lialf in
terest in the llrm of Kllnger A lWk,
appmiseil at f ll,.1lW.lH), 15. SmU lieiug
xecutos of the will of deceased.
The sale of proHirty of Kduard
DretMiwald, InsMiie, hy 11. Van WasMii
Iteve, giutnlhui, has Ikkiii connrmwl,
uU sale hy V . W. Sttmilnff, adminis
trator, of pniirt' lh4oTt4g the Cluts.
W. Day estutst.
The llual homhuU of Uho G. Sherlwy,
tllewtHMl lms .111 Ills dual ureamit and,
10 a. m. mi July KG, is set for hearing
SHIII,
Melimla It. Clmmbers, admtHietrutrix
( the txtUle of It. J. Clamlrs,
liHiaiHl has Immh gmntssl authority
to n'll a iMtrtain iwte IwkmiiiB to Uie
estate, whldi wits vulud at litS,
furl
flit).
W M. Hunt, ttdHibtUtratur of tlw es
tste of J. J. Slutw, late adinlitUtrutor of
Hi llerivn rttttaU, has fllwl an aiwuwr to
w itUtkM of ClMttd tlHtch. 1
m V iiiiiiiiiiiMl I
G555!Xi
Wr jj y
d,iutrtor uf Uw ".riIig,0,,. v0iK, bMt "',t'r""
.sUttt, dunyius th mtkMs of th Sustwnslon lrijibriHL niiutv.,i
1-fllUtHI, tlmt Um iMttXtl) uf J. J. siutw wtiuw us Hblt nnivd I
who iodobtwl u ti Mtt ,4 V. J. Hit- ,. 'VA001 uf ""'twiiHnee, reiwlrlng,
nil to till dmtuitit .Jl 41S IA uk.u,i'!,k',,,,'Hk'' tlSUllllMiS. clHHillg,
r. ii. to uo MuiwiHt uf f ,m. 14 . hUo ttu brftikK, etc.. t. U) Uir U-1 li iwrty
tiiwT lHtN) U v)HMditUH. by b ivBlrrtlHg to furntoli tlio llgliu us !
iMttusui, oh UsWHlf of Um llwrvn vlto
..ffUgJ.OD, MhMl U nUal to U. Mil
umi rvtUMHini tiH on nwoNiit ig uw
H'rrv.i MtNts.
in... .. ;n .j u... u'i.i 1 1 1 .
4iid J.Muh Wriuitt HrH9llUwl xuur
tlicrsHtf
Thw W.UI hi iwtiMwiW ut 1 1W0U, himI
the h4ra kiw tut RvIhhmh Wright, of
Mhrum; Slflw Wright, uf Wul
iHiru : Fmisaiai SoUUsmIm. u W'u.,1um
EvrtMosskr.ofYoawates ONi-r Wrfcthl
nilii, l'mlriik und Imih Wrtgh., uf
Oil.. A I
SilwrUm,
HMIMM tJVk. I
Alvtu W-kiutlto Hu4 M to Al Cct
i4t, tlit) WMt Imlf of h trmt of famsl '
wwmlnlHg cX ar In 1 7, r 1 wo.t.
ffOO.
IMA, Midvvt.. Kb.llwi ..
H1 I ujro id Itiml
MWt. fl.
u s. ;s nr i
nimill i ngii nwiufi ia
U. L, Uarr loft for Jit. Angel ycufcr
day afternoon, where he will attend the
wedding of his brother to MIs Lend
Uuchheit.
Ita-To-Ia tor Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobaeoobahit oure.mi.koa weak
nn slronff. Mood ptiro Mo. II. All drucgUu.
'Mr. G. A. Hurley, ono of tlio Will
ntnette law school graduates returned
home to Indejendonce last evening.
To Cum Cootclpatlon rornvn
TaWo Cuseorets Candy Cathartic. lOoorOe.
IICC.C, fall to cure, druggists retard money.
Mrs. Mary Hiat, of Monmouth, re
turned last evening to IndejKjndenee,
hi tor gevural days visit with Salem
friends.
Scrofubi, salt rheum ana all dlseuHos
caused ty Impure blood arc cured by
Hood's Sarsaparlllu, which Is Amer
ica's Or cutest Medicine.
Pine Musis
Will 1ms heard at Salem next Sunday
on tho occasion of tho Conductors' Kx
cursiou. Itrown's concert orchestra
will ho in thu grand stand nt the Fair
(Jrounds and ImikIh from Kugunu, Al
Imny, Indupendunco and Portland have
been engugetl. (j tf
Miss Frances Mnnn, of Independence,
arrived today and will reside in Salum
in tho future.
The Modem Beauty
Thrives on good food and sunshino,
with plenty of oxorclwu in thu opon nir.
Her form glowH witli health and bur facu
blooms with its beauty. If hur system
needs the cleansing action of a laxative
remedy, she lines the gcutlu and pleas
ant Syrup of Figs, made by tho Calif
ornia Fig .Syrup Co. only.
There Is a time for all things. The
time to take DeWltt's Little Eurly
libers Is when you are suffering from
const limtlon, or other troubles. They
never gripe. Htono Drug Stores.
Attorney Webster Ilolmos and 15, C.
Hansen drove over to Nowlwrg on busi
ness today.
Kilurnto Your llorcolt Willi discards.
Candy Catlmrtlc, cum constlpntlon furorei.
lOe.aSe. It C. CO. fall, drtigfrliit refund money.
IlKKCHAM's I'ili.s for SUiuiach and
Liver Ills
O &. 'X' O i?t -X. JZk. .
Sears tk llM Kind Yoil lljrt Alwart B8jh'
To core piles, DeWltt's Witch Haze
Salve 8tuiki:h at tiik hoot it re
moves the cauhk, quickly und per
manently. Stone Drug Stores.
(.ALL FOR BIDS
For Lichtlng the City
of Salem, Ore-
gon.
Sealed bids will bu received at the
olllce of thu city recorder of the city
of Salem, Oregon, from thu dale ap
pended to tins notice until the hour
of 6 o'clock p. m. on the '.'Oil. duv of
June, 18!)!), ror the lighting or 'the
streets nud highways of the said city
uf Snlem. Orcunn. for tinrinrisnf three
years, and live years from the date of i
the contract bacd upon the accepted
bid In this behalf; thu Common
Council of said city reserving the
right to it'Juct any and all bids sub
mitted hereunder and tho further
light to pay thu cost, accruing under
suit) contract, inotithlv, In the cur
rent warrants of said municipality.
Estimate necessary to constitute
a blduncdr this call, must be made
upon either, or both,gasor electricity,
and fur the several kinds, degrees and
teiius of service hetcufter set ferth:
KLKCTIttC MOIITINO.
A re lamp service, 2000 candle power,
lamps
All night, ovory night, per lump,
per mouth,
Mldnlk'lit, every night, per lamp,
per mouth.
All night, less mncn-llght nights,
per lamp, pur mouth.
Midnight, loss moon-light nights,
per lamp, per month.
1500 candle power, -Ifi lamps. Same
four tiogruesofsorvlcu as above stated,
separately.
11200 candle inwer, tr l.imi. Same
four dcgreoHofhorvlce as above stated,
separately.
2000 ciindlo power, 'M laintw. Same
four tlogroos of or vice as above stuled,
eKlatul.
1500 caudle power, Xi lamps. Same
fmirdugroosor services as suited, sop
r.ratoly. 1200 uuudlo pnwnr, : lumps. Same
four degrtw-t uf service as above stated,
seiwirateiy.
lneaiiilesrent llghtlnt;, 32 candle
power, 200 lamps with posts. Same
rour degrees of service as abovo stated,
separately.
.Ticandloiowor,200 lamps suspended
on wire. Sam four deureos of service
a-aiHivo suttHl, copurntcly.
32 onmllu iviwer, 100 lamps with
Msts Sumo four degrees of sot vice us
ulHive stated, soparutuly.
32 uumllc power, 100 lamps susponded
on wire. Sumo four clegrets of survlco
as utHiyo statwi, seitarittely.
I.AH I.U1IITINU,
WellslNich llnrners, uvoruge 50
candle MivMr. 200 liiiuiw with (Htsts.
Su. lie four degrees of torvlcou above
stated, separately,
Same burners, powers and jsnt.s, UK)
lamps, Sumo four decrees of service
a above stutetl. Keiuiritiiilv.
Ale lauivs to he stiNpeuiled 11 to
.16
feel ulkivo Dim guttle of si reels
All ptKits, gas or electric, tube of
modern pattern, ami light-level to be
nut I cm
limn elgh' (8) rest aboo the
VurU L""0 .r W'0 blttlk-i IHssts may
iwroiit mum ror
aii omi iuL ue aeeoHMMiilud Xiy 11 1
CttrtlllMlatierk In the sum of ilPOd.'
.....,.:
i,iniii.,,v..,i,iJ,.. ,i, ..,,;. i "' TllT;
tn City of ShWhi. Dregtm. mM hy.k '
lo lm rturMmt to thu nnsiviT,vriii hiii. 1
MKveM.ful Mdder to he hold by tht!
moo my, ii4i iniu in me ovunt of 1
the failure of l list Mild successful hid-'
uVrtoMttivrupou th NrforniaiMse of i
liUor thttlresiutrart and tlio suws-!
ful rotueUoii therHf within nlnoty
rto-i aftur the sam tmll bav UtH
Mil!J..rt "l.i?ey,t11 . ! bkhler.
IVuthind, (rgor. nud Sh Frttuolsoa.
f Sill '
CMlt.
OuMNtUMlMly ftf Smhi, Oregon,
Hy wdr ot Uo Ouwuhw OommII of
mM l) lb SHtri dHy uf Mm? , m.
Qm awttwot.!),
PHW A. LtttO,
iL A. Umim
Skv'UI t. ntutUUti uf lW CVsiuuin
1'oi.pcili - r (hei'it.yttsaleiu Oregon
lJ-rnj.winffiiifm"--fiTirtr.rirAtfftr55ri6fMaari
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Ifie Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tho
Signature of
&
Steam Dye Works.
No. 103 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired and pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned or dyed
and nicely Mulshed. Kid
gloves cleaned, ll)o; dyed
25c.
Kurtz & Hamilton
PLUMBERS
and TINNERS
1)8 COURT STREET.
Make a specialty of all kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized iron
work rjoflng and guttering, a full
Hue of Pumps und pump tlttlngs.
Prompt work and reasonable prices.
We carry In tock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Call and see us before
itivlng your order for mill or lank.
Phone 234
PHOMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES
The Geo, M, Bcclcr
Insurance Agency
Always to the front with best
rates and policies In the leading
companies.
Employment Agency,
Do you want woric, or need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
Rental Agency,
Properly to lent. Resistor
our agency.
288 COMMKKC1AL STKKET, SaLKM.
RED FRONTJJVERY
FirstClass Feed and Boarding
staoles,
I'll COMMKKCIAI. STHKKT.
SALEM, ORE.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs, for Commercial Men
Stables In same block Hotel Willamette.
ClVSafc teams and comfortable rig-
loriatnusuna ramiiy driving a spe:'
uuty. iiorsosooaniod ny tlay,
week
or muiitli and
guaranteed.
bost of
satinfautlou
3-1 tf
BEST ORBGON 111!
.
The Model Oregon Nuwsjwpor and Ptinilly Journal.
Uniting News, Fletlon, Litorttry, Ritnuh ana Dairy
and Market Nous In attractive rwidablelforni.
SALBH WEEKLY JO
Is igUuod Tlmrsday.inornlng;iii lima tm rujiqh all m ts
Of the state thesame iseuk,
t
LM Weetlj...
lllwurwoiiHUiliis:ul.IiuprUintiliriJK,Nat,liul
tindUite ;New?.
MILK
Ah lndaHimlHt AsoiHt4i
4r. Soml foiumjdiw. free.
RNAL -fill
TliiiJlK.NysstHefis), n&Mt temtm tf
U&'ligtetejeidawiitote fiWujyjH tiWeiaii.
StM .istrial guUjgrliitlm.
Denver k Rio Grande It. R.
SCENIC LINE
OP THE WORLD.
The FavorLc Transcontinental Iloute Uctween
the Northwest and all l'olnts hast.
Choice of Two Koules Through the Famous
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY.
And Four Itoutes Kast of
l'uehlo and Denver.
All psmenKors uranled a day stop-orer In the
Mormon Capital or anywhere between Osden
and Denver. Personally ronduetelTourlit Kx
curslons three days a week to
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis,
Chicago and the East.
For tickets and any Information regarding
rates, routes, etc., or for descriptive advertising!
matter, eall on agents of Oregon Hallway A.
Navleatlon Co., Oregon Bhort Line or Southern
..ue.flero.npan.ee. s K. oorEIti
0. 1'. A T. .Kt., Denver, Col.
R. C. NICIIOI..
Oon. Ast.. 251 Wh. St.. ivirtland. Ore.
Oflers travelers choice of ihs
fol lowing
routes eait. Thevaieali famous for
their
scenic attraction.
O. K. & N, via Ogden and Denver
Shasta keute via Sacramento. Ocden and
Denver.
bhuta Hou'e via Sacramento, Majite
Alberqueniue.
A daily tine of ihrouph PULLMAN
PALACE and TOUKISISLEEI'EKi', San
Francisco and Los Angeles to Cliicag this is
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agents of the O. R- & N , O.
S, L., ijoutheru Pacific, or ".lie undersigned,
for folders and descriptive literature.
J. J. DEVERKUX.
Gen'l Act Woreesttr. HM Vortland.
Crossing the Rockie3.
The most delightful rile acres the conii
nent is through Utih and Colorado, over
what is known as "The bcenic Route of the
World." It mstters not nt whit season of
the year the t ip is made, at no time does
the scenery grow monotonous. It i an ever
changing panorama cf the beauties of nature.
One mo nmt you are pissing through gorges
walled in by rocks thousand of feet 1 igh,
and the next you are above the snow line,
skirting peki th.it toner above you until
they seem almost to teach the skv. One of
the charicteiUtlcs of die Cvlorndo climate
is (hit the cxtr mi of temperature arc
never met wi h It Is neither so cold in
winter nor wrm in summer, as upon the
lines of railwav which crews the deserts and
plains. The traveler over the Rio Grade
Western alnha the priviUue of a stopover,
11 tie so elec s at Halt Like uty, or any
whrre beween Ogden and Denver, on all
classe of tickets.
For informs ion as to rates, etc , and for
descriptive pamphlets, cill on the n-arest
Ticket Acent of the O. R. R. & N, Co. or
Sou hern Pacific Co., or id ress.
J. D. MANSFIELD. Gen'l Ag't,
Rla Gr nd Wwtern Railway, 142 third
street, Portland, Oregon,
Ji
1'ross lHtpw fur U8 l.
HOVE It BKOS;
,1
m
a 11
i rm rnTi 1 iiiTi
I'l'iiiiit-flt'jii
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
N Ith one exception tho through
trains of the Burlington Route
ure almost Invariably welMllIcd.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there Is usually room and to
spare.
Don't Infer that It Is neither
so line, nor so fast, as ANY train
of ANY other line between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the coti
trary, there is no more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent and a
lower berth for everybody,
A. C. SHELDON.
Oeu'I Agent, Portland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contemplrting a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safely Is concerned
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Linos are
paid to serve the public and our trains are
operated so as to make clo-e connections
with diverging lines at nil junction points.
I'nllnwn Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-cltss service,
ask the ilcket agent to sell you a ticket oer
TUB WISCONSIN' CENTRAL LINES
nml you will mike" dirert connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and ail
joints Eist.
For any further infoimation call on any
ticket agent or correspond with
JAS, POND,
General Pass. Auent
M11.WAUKKE, Wis,
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
General Agent,
246 Stark htiect.
1'oKTt.ANn. Ore,
Oregon Slion Line Railroad
The Direct Ilouie to
Montana, Ulali, Colorado
anil all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two favorite route, vis. the
Union t'oclfie Kust Mnll Mne. or the
Ulo Urniide Scenic I.lui.
Look at the lime
li Day tnSfllt Lake
'-'i Days to Denver
3i Days to Chicago
4J Days to New York
Free llerlinlug Clislr Curs. Upholstered Ton
Ut Sleeping Curs, mid I'ullmnu I'aliico,
yleeiiersoferKUHl on nil trains.
For further Information apply.tn
llOls-H A lUKKUH, ARents, Salem.
W. K. COMAN, fien'l Audit
C 0. TKIlltV. Trav. Pass. At
lailhlrdSt.. Portland
1 Do you want to die?
OK-
Do you want to getwell?
Ifyounant to Die keep rlht on filling y
m Mem with MINKR.M, Hii.lollior 1'OlHoNb
thekhttieof DKUdS and hIIkm! medicines.
Oil
oiao.va in
llIClllPS.
I If 5.
! WE!.!,
u want to net KMIItEI.V CUItKD.
. snd htOIIT. milt nllmvlnir ilootom in
KXPEKIMENTonjouultlidraiisiindtry
DK. .1. F. COOK,
110TAXICAL SPECIALIST,
Ollice !W1 Liberty Street, Salem, Or.
He ha cured n'oivsof people since ho mnio
to huh 111. ltr Is a reputable pracililouer nml Is
a graduate of two legally charteml uollege.
As to M ttandlm; as a eltlien nud his rellsbll
It a h lutne- man, any ono cun lie convinced
that he in not only a kimk) cltlieu hut an hnnmt
inuii. He has been HmI alioiit ami ml. ...... ..
' kvnuil mow than any man In !-aleui, hut he can
count hts frionrtu huioiik tho lmt oitiens or
1 s?alvm and WlllaniPtte Valley. Illr best friends
I are lho) whom he hat Ct'ilKO. Hl remedies
, ure m result of 11 lifetime of stu ly, and t(iillntf
1 hy the marvelous rurwi iierformed risht here at
I lUlfllM U IlitNl 111. lultlunfa n.. I... A
talked with, uo one who Is sick should hesttatt
. to mh htiu.
I r.ille "'"""'ntely wire nil kinds of Chrunle
I IHMe. after all other m-hooU have fUeil.
isuehas Caner. Oruvel. KUlnev Trouble. Bone
DlkeaMM. AfthtnA. sLIn llluuu I.'... i.i......
'"iii 01 me NMiie, riitKiert or l'oloii
with do pain whstever to U ptttleet.
il.- ..I.l ......: ."'.V".r.' --" M . nttuuMfc
and
S, C STONE, M. D,
Proprlstorjof
Stone's Drus: Stores
BALKM. ORKOOS.
The stores (two in number) are located a
No. m ami m ComwiaI strew, att-1 art
Hell stocked wim ruiu4eu) Hue ofdrti!snd
4leins, toilet urUeia. vrury, UushP
ete., eta, etc.
DR. BTONK
,i!hdwl,',,lr, "te In the fwse
twstof Muieinand now tUt uo ehi.tr tar
eotwuirtiton, examination orprerlpWmi.
Herschbachd
Reiffelman
BLACKSMITHS and
WHEELRIGHTS,
railtr w!.U11rtlue your l,or ulW or
UOlug luentd tj vi,.i. .. ........ '
iHf!,a,!,,w",,Mth "Mr woik- will
If 'WW sl,nP 100 Oheineketn
streeu TcleDhone2705. m tf
RZORTAX I
All poi4 r brtly notinwl tlmt u I
ux ou TUaim of ajht fer wtswiiwring !
of btm H. Whit mmI CV. at 1I1,
t, owos4te tW Court Hows.
-S0-tf I
SoMen Ooors and Windows.
wjwt. cWL te. Poultry
"" hh aumoise.
SALlfiM
KNPtt WORKS
WAumMuur.Ish'
SUte Strset
d,ll4
IH
WnAon
SOUTH AND EAST
TE SHASTA RO'JTE,
OF THE
Southern Pacific Co,
KXFRBSS TRAINS RUN DAIIY
7 p M) Lv...;i'ortland. ,.Ar
945 PMf Ar....Satem . ...Ar
7 ,m sam) Ar. San Francisco. Lv
(8:00 am
S' AM
( 70O P M
5'oo PM
6:05 P M
6.43 A M
815 P M
7,00 A M
8ms pm
4.5PM
7-55 A m
Ar Ogden.... Ar iiiopm
Ar Denver. , Lv 645PM
Ar .... Omaha .... Ar 8 50 a M
Ar .... Chicago ....Lv 6,30PM
Ar. ..Lot Angeles... Ar 925PM
Ar... El Paso.... Ar 235PM
Ar. . . Fori Worth . . . , Ar 8 40 a m
Ar. . N' w Orleans. ..Ar H 40 pm
ii.nim; CAH.s
QHSKkVATION CARS.
Pullman nrst-claw and tourist sleeping cars
attached to all through tralm . Tourist cars
through to Chicago without change.
R0SKB0R0 MAIL. .DAILY.
8:30 A
1055 A
520 P
Ml Lv... Portland ..Ar 1 4.-30 p 11
mLy Salem.... Lv 150.ru
Ml Ar . Roseburg.. Lv ( 730 a u
WL.V1 SUJE DIVISION.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLI!,
Mail Mains dally fexcept Sunday.
7I0 A M I Lv. . .Tl'ortland.. Ar 5.'5o"p it
1 1 .;55 pm Ar. . . .Corvallis. . Lvf 120 p u
At" Albany and CoivallU con tct v,lf
rains of the C.&E. Ry.
iSrnffiFF.KnRNCr-T I'AhbENUEK. "
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY EXCKPT SUNDAY.
450 P M I L.Y
730 P M V Lv
ft3o P M 1 Ar
Portland.... Ar
I 825 ,
) 4-"So
825 A M
.. McMlnnville Lv
Ind ependence Lv
1 A M
AM
Direct connections at San rrancisco with
stearrship ii"es fi HAWAII, lAPAN,
CHINA. 'IHEPHJI.LIPINES and AUS.
TRALIA.
For throuph tickets and rates call o W.
V, SKINNER, Depot Agent, or 0- D.
UADKIbLSON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com-
mttcial St. Salem Or.
K. KOEllUilt, Manage,
( MARKHAM G. F & P. A. Portlann
DEPART
ron I
TIME HCnKDULE.
From Portland
ARR1K
l',it suit Ijikn. Denver Ft. Worth
Mall) I Omaha, Kansas City, St 6: 15 pm
S p. in,1 Lotlls.t nicaeo anu r.nsi,
Sihi- iWalla Walln, -Bpoksuc, Mlnno
kane npolls, tit. Paul, Duluth, Mil.
Flyer waukce Chicago and wist.
'.2.30 pm
, oPKVsrHTHAifiTin"s!
Spo-
Kane
Flyer
H.il
a. m.
I p m. For Snn Franolsco, i f. u
all every iivo uaye.
fiT'm'l (JOLUMTUA'ftlVKir
U,.M' UT ' 1 II.-lf U li .. .n
Hat u r- To Astoria and way l-unJlui,'ex Buu.
iniyi
10 p, in.
ArHs.
lem
Salem WIt.IiAMETTE RIVER
7,15 am Portland, Newberi.' and
ITtu I Ijiudings.
TI111I
llllllS.ltl
way S p. in.
ions
Weds
Frl
Tu
Thur
Hat,
S:SUpni
1U n. m
Molt
Wnl
Frl
For IMytuu
I ;Ar Ba-
lflvc I WILI.AMKTTF. RIVBIt lem
HAiem rormliu Allxmy und Wuy ioh. m.
Tu Thu
1'olllts.
Moo
Hat
Wed
and Frl
3 p. Ill
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Daily boits to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line nt Oreg Ciiv
if the steamers arc delayed there ounci
trip tickets to all points in Oregon Washing
ton, or California. Connection made at Pott
land with all rail, ocean and river lines
W. II. HURLliURT.
Oen'I Pat. Act. Portland. O
G. M. POWERS. Acent. Tude street doc'
Salem.
HOISE & BARKER,
City Agents.
YAQUIBTA KOTJTE
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
Counectlns at YAQUINA with the
YAQLIXA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
STEAMERS
"WEEOTT"
Flrst-ela; In evory ro ect. The above
ttuaim-r Is duo to sail from Vao,ulna
etery i-Ight das.
Hhorwtt Route rietweeu
Between Valley I'oiols'and San Francisco
Fare:
,ioany ana roints west to San Francisco
Cabln....,. 110.00
Round Trlp. ,. 17.00
II. L WAI.DKN. vmviv ston'k.
T F. "jJ. A.
Manager
J.TURS'KR Airent, Albany, Oro.
WILLaMETTK niVKH DIVISION
STEAMER WM. M, HOAG,
Captain Geo. Raalw.
RuunlRK between Portland and Corvallis.
stepping at all way landings.
RIVER SCHEDULE.
DOWN-Tuesdays, Thursday and Suiidayt.
Iavos CprvaUls a a. rn
Uavw AlUny .. ;; 7 . m.
leaves Ilueua Vltta.. . & , w
leaves SaUin m m
Loaves Xewbenr . .. !1J SO
Arrive ivmUiid Z.. ""UT. I.JO
OP-Mondayt. Wedmsday aud Fridays.
Leaves Portland...... ............. 6 s. m
UaM Newberi; ,o 30 a. m
Leaves Salem 3 W p. m
Umvm Independence ......... 5 CO p. ra
leaves nuena Vista . 7 30 p. m
Leaves Alfmny .. 9 so'p.m
Arrive Corvallis . .11 .00 p. ra
The steamer has been equipped with rl
wh ai-vonmodattoiis, Inoludfug an ell
pjaoo.
Uniuriiassed for earrylnK Loth freight and
Pkewers.
Ikkrtll FlWtof SUla ilrAt
G. MAERTZ. Acent.
Salem, Oregot
C.BULUVAN.Hupt.
Albany, Oreito
Tho Inter-State University System
of Musical Instruction.
K. II. BCGTT, D. M. PRESIDENT
1 Rational (AM)nrMlTelnsiitutlon which Is
IwptBuIns to number lu faoulty by hundreds
ami its iaiIU by thousand., Embracing more
than twenty suupi.
.v- tor 1C benefit or
I'nplls of I'rlvuto Teachers
At Uoree.
UwJ Jasliiutinn.
Hxplanaliun of the system IndeUil
In thee eolumna
. xVatjeli for It.
KITA ANUBR8-WI LMMAN.
ale RepreaWtlTe
andMsinbaf of the Faeulty
Ooe er two plsees open for adTaneed players la
!-'' tu at.
Time is only one place
in town to get a
FIRST-CLASS HARNESS
If you are a stranger, ask
yoor neighbor, he will tell
u logo to W.W. JOHNS
jut UUc of the Red Fioot
Druj Store. 4.13d win
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