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A merciless cut in prices
A backward season, and consequently a more or less
sluggish business in spring and summer clothing ne
cessitates this move.
The Man Who
T t.t-.-, ln
To clear out every
next 30 days and
Prices will do it
spring and summer sujMiv the
These suits are all new goods and our spring sales
have taught us that they are good values at regular
.., &t ," fi f r tft tC r .... -J tff Oa.!lrt
yriuo, y?OOU J jou jo po.ov UI1U V
iiattallt- lina n nltuir
S brain and sparkling
ayes. He's a Imaltby man a well as a
successful man, because good t'lKcstloc
and pure blood give III in strong
nerve, and a clear brain, There' no
success possible without health. To
obtain good health, uc
It's Kood for CNnrrinrh
everybody It dtomacn
always euros. BittCfS
. w. Johnson
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAO CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BV UOIUCH I3ROTHICHB
MONDAY, JUNK 10, 1800.
Dl,y, OncVcar 33.00, In Advanoo
Dally, Pom Montii SI. 00, Is Advnnoo.
Weekly, Ono Tfoar IB LOO, In Advanoo
A Kpceinl oluutlon wiw liulil In tho
Hereiid oungniHMlonul dintriut of Miiinit,
Juno 10, to I'hoow,' iiHiiccuwor to tliu late
Nulfeou Diugluy. Though thu returns
from thu outlying district are not nil in
tho election of C. K. I.lttlolhjld, thu Re
publican enndldiito, ovur his Domocnitle
opjxmunt, John Scott, upixxirit curtain,
and Huptihliaun MlitlciaiiH art only
fiwculntlng on thuir ouudldal'j'H urn
jority. Mr. Littlttfluld Ih it raaidHiit of
Iloakluud anil for ii iiunilxir of yours line
Im!uii prominent in Mnlno polltica.
Kt. LouIh in ovorrun with Hlkn, who
nro thoro to attend thu annual hmmIuii
and rouniou of thu Gnntd Lodtra of tha
lktuevolent I'roteotlvo Ordur of Klka,
which will 0mjii Juno 'JO. Tho IiiinIiiumh
bohhIoiia will ImIii Tuiwdiiy and will
Iki prtwldcd ovur by Grand Exalted
Ilulur John tlulvln. A paradu will
taku pliiL'o Wednesday, whuu It Ih ox
pecta! Hint nuarly 10,0 JO Hlka will Im
in line. Thu light to Miuuru thu 1IHX)
convention Ih waxing warm, thu cltliw
In thu moo being Mllwiiukuu, I'lttrdiuru;
mid Atlautio City.
leading bunkum and bindiittHH men
aroat Mlunuupolin to uttuud thu annual
meeting of Mlumwotu Ilaukur'ri utwool
atlonjn funoilon at the Wont hotel. June
lOih thuproeiwdlugH eonslnt of routlno
bunlne and Ttiofduy thu real work and
illHunneloiiM of tliu ineutlmtH will Iki littld.
AiMniKHiw on lluanelal multure will U
dullvurvl by u utiuiUtr of prnmlmmt
iluniu'iurx, prnmiuiiut uniting thu nuui-
tkir IxilngJ. J. Hill.
Autor, aetruiwuH, jourualiatii, play
wrighta iuiiI men anil women of othur
profuiwIoiiH rrowdnd IH. Patrick') Cutho
dral, in Now York, Monday murulng,
nt thu funural nurviuu of thu laid An
giiHtin Daly. Thu nltar of 81. Align
tin, thu gift of Mr. Daly to tho cathtv
drn.1, an nlmoMt hUMuit InuiwMt a it iiiiim)
of llural offering)), to which were at
taulied tho curdH of wtorue of men nnd
wonu'itof national prominence. Areh
bLliop Uorrlpn pnniotiueml thu absolu
tion, and an al(xU(int addnhw wun (Ullv
orwl by the Very Ituv. M. J. IjivhIIh
Intoniiont a at On wiry cemetery.
Haluin ban n millibar of iiiiortunt
uvuntH trnmpirlug t Ii(h niitUuiuiiiwr, and
thuolty will bu(iiitt a ltvi'ly uuy
nudiildu rut-ort. Th iiu-oiiiiwmltlo tHim
inur ullumto, which U lwyoml wuipr
ioj thu fluwit In Uiw world, will iH-iug
and kp many utrMiigfr in the i-ity.
Thero will lw the Indopundenee day
fuHtivltiofl which will bring tin) whole
country Hide to tho capital of Oregon.
Thu recentiou to the National Kdltorhq
a'oriittlon will lw HomuthinK elalMirntu
and all KiiKturn etlitorx will recall how
they wuru entertained lioro ton yenm
no. There Ih tho eueampmuut of the
National Guard, the ireeeptlou to home
uoiniug voluntaer, and othur oventa not
to he forgotten.
and a wheel collided with ono of thofe
ctakos before Mr. Harris raw it.
This frightened the toom and thuy
nprang cuddonly forward, throwing Mr.
Hnrrinoutof thu buggy uK)ii IiIh head
partially stunning him, and thu team
When they had gono about 2ft yard,
Mrx. Harris and thu little girl wore
thrown out. Tho lattur owstpud with
win brutfOB, hut Mm. Harris tvna more
She was taken to the hospital, where
it was found that her ncalp had Ixien
torn on the right Hide, there wan a
fccalp wound on the left Hide and a long
cut over the right oye. Thu axilla of
the left arm wiih badly torn and there
are feorn of internal injuria.
Mr. Harris wao not HuriotiMly injured
although hu was in a dazed oouditiou
for Koveral hours.
The horxon were toji)l aftur they
hud run some distance, without injury
A Find Program.
Produces Wagon Loads of Grapes An.
Kugono Guard: Twenty years agon
Mawjot gniu slip was planted at the
oorner of thu log house owned and oc
cupied by Fred Warner on l'nll Creek
in tills county. Today prolmbly not
another vine In the state etpinls it in
growth and rjuntittty of fruit produced.
One foot from thu ground the vine
metiKiiruH 20 iuelius in circumference.
Three feet iiIkivo the ground it makes
three forks, two of which mensuru l.'t
inches in circumference twuntv-suveu
feet from thu ground, I'.aoh of theto
irougs uxtuuds in oMsitu directions
7B feet from the stump, while thu third
prong runs at right angulus M feet.
The vinu runs over thu housu and into
tliu timlHir on trelilsos fifteen feet wide,
llaxter Voting, who lives it half mile
away, says hu is waiting for thu vinu to
ronuh his place. Bcvunty-flvu fuut from
the stump mats of roots may ho found
Thu immuiiHu power of timber growth
is exemplified by tliu vinu. In the
onrly years one of tho prongs was al
lowed to grow between tho logs Into the
huiiHt and was trained out ovur tho top
of tho lug under which It unturod. The
slow unyielding growth has sprung
tliu timlHir, which is 1'J by 11 iuelius
in sizu, six luclitw out from the line of
thu wall in tho middle of thu building,
tliu ends being llrmly.held by dovetails.
NuighlKirs hauled many bushultw of
gntiMis away last miiwm, still largu
quantities rotted on the ground. Thu
bunches tmsily averHI X pounds.
Our Informant is of the opinion that
live tons would 1m a conservative esti
mate of tliu amount of fruit products!
by tiie vinu hint your.
Mrs. Qrant I lama Injured Sunday After
noon Uy a Runaway Team,
Mrs. Grant Harris met wlthaserious
auelduul Sunday afternoon, mid now
lies at the Kalem hospital In it critical
Mr. and Mr. Harris, live about three
mile Ht of town, and with tlwlr little
lilil of ttMi, lutd btHtu vlsltliw Mrs. Har
ris' iKtrenU Mr. ami Mrs Dlekvy, Alxntt
lutlf past four they started home ami
were driving along State strvet uoar
26th. Huwte grndiitg ImhI mu dune
here awl hhw of Die nrHile stake stand
a fuot or so above tint ground. lHtiliig
niiotlier team a clotnl of dust was mitHsl
SOME REMARKABLE COMPLIMENTS
Contlnnnt From 11 rut I'skb
The fact tlint your jmiMjr
this guide to the IIKST n
FOR BLOOD POISON.
Biwin of the Doctors'
Patchwork; You Can
Gun Yourself at Home.
There ii not tho illghtcit doubt that the
doctors do mora harm than good In twitting
Contagious Blood Polionr many vlottms of
this loathiomo dl'iue would in mudh better
on to-day If thuy had novor allowtnl them
selves to bo dosed on meraury and potaah, the
only rtunedles which tho doctor ever give for
Tho doctor art) wholly unablo to get rid of
thl vlla poison, and only attempt to heal up tho outward appearance of the
disease tho sores and eruptions This they do by driving tho poison into tho
system, and undeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash
and mercury. Tho mouth and throat and othur dollcato parti thou break out
into torts, and tho fight Is continued Indefinitely, tho drugs doing tho system
mora damage than tho dlseasu Itself.
Mr. II. L. Myers. 100 Mulberry fit., Newark. N. J., tayst "I had spent a
nunumi uouars witit mo uootors, wnen i raamca tnav
they could do mo no good.
I had larm) soots all over m
, and these toon uroke out into runnlmr sores, and X
endured all tho suffering which this vilo disease pro-
auces. x aectara to try a a. b, at a last rviort, ana wm
toon greatly Improved. I followed olosely your 'Direo
tlom for Self-Treatment,' and the largo splotches on my
chest began to grow paler and smaller, and before, long
disappeared entirely, 1 was soon cured perfectly and nty
skin has been at clear at glass ever since. I cured my
slf at home, after the doctors had failed completely""
It k valuable time thrown away to expect tho doctor
to cure Oontaalotis Blood Poison, for tho disease Is ba
jMHi titair tklll Swifts tipooitlc
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
-hm4c Jr an entirely different way from potash and mercury it foroet the
taawa out of tho aystem and gets rid of it entirely. Hence it cures tho
.iitiMiP, while other remedies only shut tho poison in where it lurki forever,
MBtly undermining tho constitution. Our system of private homo treat
aiijai planet c oura within the reach of all. We give all neoessary nthdleai ad
vw. fra at charge, and save tho patient the embarrasitutnt of publlolty,
W W full inforaatloa to Swift pelfio Co., Atlanta, Oa.
r Ih listed In
uuldu to the II KM iiuusnaners in
tliu united Stutos is something you mny
well lt proud of.
All the dailies of imiortance from the
larger cltleH and the IliiHT paper from
each of the smaller oltlos and towns is
what the .NewHjmHir lilue liook con
tulim. Uvcry itK'r has Ix-on nelected Holely
on Its MKKITS by comparison with its
i.'omMttitora by expert readers of the
20th Century Prow-Clipping Unreal).
It is part of the husiuew of thu IMth
Century I'reeM-Clipjiing Uuroau to know
which iKtiier in each town and citv con
tains the MOST MATTKIl OF IN'TICIt
KST TO TI1K I.AUWKKT M'MUF.U
OF CIHTK'AL KKADKHS. Tiie News
IstiMir Illue ItiKik has been compiled and
printed as a guide to th IIHST I'A-
I'I'.IIH published in tliu United Ktntes.
Our thousands of readers will find the
alsiveou sigu II thu Illue Hook.
Harry Arney, whooonducta a news
isiiKir itilvurtlslug agency nt 108 Deur-
Iwrn street, Ciilcngo, wisluei to class the
Whhki.v Jouiin.w, among what he terms
"ouo-huudrud flrstclass weeklluH." He
says tliu circulation ruMrtel by most
newspapers Is horribly "stuffed" and he
would like to have us nuiku such it show
ing as would bo "truthful-looking."
Thoalstvo eompllmunta toTiiK Joun-s-Ai.
set us to thinking. May it not he
IsiHsihle that the Illuo Hook of the
Twentieth Century Clipping Hurouu is
mistaken in naming this paper as OXF,
Oi'"tho bust NiH)ra publlslitsl in tliu
May It not 1m the II KST Hipur in the
Unitol HtatuH, or Its MssossIonH, Can
ada, or thu WIIOI.K WOULD, for tliat
matter, so far as wo know, for the size of
tliu town where it is published?
Mark what we say carefully : For the
slxe of this place, ten to twelve thous
and, with a surrounding country popu
lation of as many more, considering tliat
this is a thinly settled I'soillc coast state
Thm Daily Jouiixai. at f.1 n year by
mail, is the HKST newsistper IN THF.
n OH I.I), so funis wo have seen. There
may be a bettor and if there hu wo
would liku to receive a copy and would
taku pleasure In having tliu matter fairly
l'lwtse bear In mind, wu nro not buy
ing this HtHir could not lw Improved in
many ways. Is Is a Niiur tliat siys all
its bills ovury weok In thu year out of its
own legitimate tmrulugH, has no mort
gage, no H)litictd apiHimllx, does not ex
ist off Hiplle jMp or by the grtice of any
cnriMimttau or millionaire ami does not
ASSKS stuck hulders!
It It not a (Ktrfect iiiimIsI newsHKr
uy any mettus, It Is not able to employ
tlte best editorial and ruiMtitorud talent.
It has mit even good rtrst.ulus pnnjf
rea.llng. Hut It claims the following
1. It Is a free ami iiHliKHilwiit news
WMr, tiiMOH'Mtlly iwHUoally, religiously
awl ounsoiwitiouily free to serve the
best Interests of the iod
. It seeks to cover the fteW f iHal
Mtwa oulnllletai aeirtely. uewsilv
S. It presents as htnw awl oomnlete
an Assoetausl um retiort as it is ihm.
sible to curry in it city Ute site of Salem.
I It maintains editorial uud KtMmrc
itiU-whi i-overing liHal, statu, national
and world toks awl current event.
It is not our idenl uf uewswHr by
any means. Hut in (lie present status
f stH-ial iMwgrewi it is Ute HKST that is
poMiblf. A Awerk's greatest UviiiK
jKftol tlw ieot4, Jam WhtUxwiu
"Wlwii)oHr beat's done awl yur Ut
Don't wimtv awl fret awl (ml ml,
Hut siwply allow it's UmWb4 ) ld,
-Say QUI JuJtw Henry."
Unity chtlrch, will nppar some of K'
lem's favorltu singers, viz. Mrs. Hinges.
Mrs. Holland, and the Novello quartet.
Henry Morgan, the colored slngor of Al
bany, law a fiiw trained voice of high
baritone quality, wpial to the best. lie
will nlso npixmr in a guitar polo. Clyde
Fox ami MIm Eliia Howard will assist
in )iano solos. Both are very skillful in
manipulating the koys of this instru
ment. The admission lias been made
at the low price of 15 cunts. Tickuta nt
Dearborn's and Will's music store. No
butter musical collntlon has 1koii offered
The flau under which all women
should march is the banner of good ,
neaun. a woman owes it
to herself, her huitbanu
and children to enlist;
under this flair. If she
does not do so she will
lire a life of wretchedness
herself, and unless her
husband is an exception
ally Reed man, he will be
come indifferent to her,
her home will be unhappy
and her children will Se
puny and sickly.
Ill-health in a womaijy
way may almost invari
ably be traced to weak
ness and disease of the
femine organs that are the
vestibule of human life.
No woman can enjoy good.
Seneral health who is dragged
own by continual taln and
local weakness. Troubles of this descrip
tion utterly unfit her for wifehood and
motherhood. Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Pre
scription gives health, strength, elasticity
and vigor to the special orgrns concerned.
It makes a woman strong and healthy in a
womanly way. It gives the nerves a rest
from pain and an opportunity to build up.
It makes motherhood safe and compara
tively easy. It transforms weak, sickly,
despondent women into happy, healthy
wives and mothers.
Ji. Caiwell. 15j , of Oehellree, Johnnon Co.,
Kan. (I. O Dox 61), writes: "My wife was
troubled with proUpvus, or 'female weakness,'
for sevtral years. She was not able to do her
work, she had such bearing down pains and pain
In her back. Iter period were irregular, vary
ing all the way from two to six weeks, At tlione
times the would have fainting spells so bad that
I tnougm sne could not lite hue wat attended
For Infants and Children.
"ths Kind You Have Always Bought
A LIFE SAVED.
4- HI H I
?a v; .
by the best doctors In the country
her no good and she grew worse alf the time.
thousht I would trv vour medicines. II v the
time she had taken foi bottles of the 'favorite
Prescription' and two of the 'Golden Medical
Discovery' and two of the I'leatant Pellets ' she
was completely cured "
livery owy, a dose. Once you start, you
can never stop them. That is the way with
some so-called remedies for constipation
It Is different with Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets, They are n positive, complete nnd
permanent cure for constipation and they
don t become a habit One " Pellet " is a
gentle laxative and two a mild cathartic.
Druggists sell tbem. Nothing else is
"Just as good "
It Is a druggist's business to give you,
lot to tell you, what you want.
CALL FOR BIDS
of Salem, Ore
Qaino of Chance.
The spirit uf pHtUiug b wore or lee
inll.v developed in every human being,
lb., iiidem'riuut dwnu of Uw hihw
latnty uf ctatatw apiHjHsi etKowjty to
vcr nature awl stories of Use world's
rtt.t guwUiMg d, 'lit yw York
Mock lUchaape art) always iMUHWtittg
t all da of peo4e.
One f tlw beet of thin etas f 4uia
i the "Westerner," whtvh will bo
prosvnted by The Slww lMHmny i
t pia Iwttst) tU4s eveuiMg.
The 0ot is slroog, exoiUikg awl skUi
fully workeil out. keeJngtU audiewH
wurkwd up to a hhjh tkcU of exeitemestt
Usrwwgwwt Uw etOire evssttiwj. VU
oemesly 1 urigkt awl tiMrkHisK witisiwi
leowUwi to the Met of Iwrso jslay.
wthe orwtli.g N.aisou tl.- at latt.o
Sealed bids will bo received nt the
iilllcc or tho city recorder of the city
of SiiIoiii, Oregon, from tliu tluto itp
pendud in this notice until the hour
of ft o'clock p. m. mi the i'Otli cbiv of
Juno, 1800, for the lighting of "the
streets and highways o the snltl city
of biiloin, Oregon, for periods of three
years, nnd live yoara from the ditto of
the contract bused upon the accepted
bid In Hilt Imliitlf; the Common
Council or wild city reserving the
right to reject any und nil bids sub
mitted hereunder and tho further
right to pay the cost accruing under
said contract, monthly, In tho cur
rent warrants or said iiiunlclDitllly.
Estimates necessary to constitute
a bldiinodr this will, must be mitdu
upon either, or bnlh.gasor olectrlclty,
and for the sovoral kinds, degrees ami
terms of service hereafter 8ot ferth:
A re lamp service, 2000 citudlo power,
All night, evory night, per lamp,
Midnight, ovory night, per lamp,
All night, Iuhs tnncn-llght nights,
peri imp, per month.
Midnight, loss moon-light nights,
per lamp, nor month.
lf00 candle power, Ifi lamps. Same
four degrees of service as above slated,
1200 candle powor, 11 lamps. Sumo
four degrees of service ts above stated,
2000 candlo power, .IS lamps. Same
four degrees of service as above stated,
IBOOcnndle iwwor, tif lamps. Same
four degrees or services m suited, ;or
12(H) oandlo IMiwer. 36 lumns. S'nmn
four degrees or sorvlco as aljovcstulwl,
incamlusrent lighting, .'12 candle
tiowur, 00 lamps with posts. Samo
four degreos or sorvlceasaboyo suited,
on w Iro. Samo four degrees of sorvlco
its above suited, seiNinitcly.
3i ettndlo iviwor, 100 lumps with
posts Same four degrees of sorvlco as
above stated, separately,
'M windle power, loo lumps suspondetl
on wire. Saina rour degrww of service
as above stated, t-eparately.
Wullsoaeli Hurueis. nvrtnu-o n
wiuuie power, at) lamps wit Ii iMta.
hti.ue four degrees of service as above
Samo burners, powers and postn, 100
amp. oame lour ueu'rotw or service
its above stated, separately.
Arc lamps to lie hiisiminlod , u
feetalajve the grade or streets
All Mst.s, gi!i or olectrlo. to bo of
inotlern pattern, and HgPt-lovol to bo
nut less than oleht i s i foot niuv,. tim
eurli-llne of the sidewalks: ivwu i.mv
w or metal or wowl. but inntoriol
must no sinuNi.
SusiHuishm wires to Urtug light-level
same its above sutd.
Allcostof malntenanee, repairing,
lighting, extlnguuhlog. olounlug.
broukage. eU?., to bo bonw W tho nurty
ootitrHctlng U furnish tlw light as
herein called for.
Alt tilth, must be accompanied Uy a
certified check In the sum or $1000.
onuo wivawout uie "uty Heoortlrir of
IheClty orUalem. Or.nnoi. &,iid mi.w t-
to U roturnetl to the unsincvsriil bid.
tiers I m metl lately after the rejection
o'thelrWds, awlthe check of tho
stwesifMl bidder to bo held hy the
said city, as a torfelt, in the ovent of
the failure of the said sucoeesful bid
der to enter upon the performance of
his or their contract awl tno suocass-
nil ootnnlet ton thereof within ninety
tiny!, ttflor the same shall tmvolwcn
slgnetl u Ml aeceptetl by sold UWder.
This adwrtkowent is ordered to ap.
tHwr in Da Uy pnpors of Sajoiu and
PortJaml. Oregon, and Sun FmneJsoo,
ihiBoattheCtty of Suletu, Qwgtitt,
i .R!llr X 5 9" OHtnoll of
W ttittf'. Iw MUt dny uf May, igdji.
Steam Dye Works,
No. 10.) Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladies' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, rc
puiredaud pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned or dyed
md nicely tlnlshed. Kid
gloves clouncd, 10c: dyed
Cook,.tho Botanical Specl
Succoeds Where Others
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Lawn, fiold and poultry fence
and siiinglus at lowest irices.
SALUM KKNCE WORKS,
W'AI.TKB IIobi.ev. Prop,
d.HJ eeHute Street
Little Men and Women
Magazines have been combined into
a 32-tmge book and thu chick hk-
DL'CKI) t'UOM tl tO 60 CBNTS A VUK.
It is a splendid inngnziuu for chil
dren from two to ten yatrs of nge.
We want the names a'nd addref-os
of mothirs of children of ulwveoges,
nnd for it list of tinrv such namos we
will send tliu magazine to you o.vx
Little Men and Women Co. Troy,N.Y
Crossing the Rockies.
The most delightful ride across the conti
nent is through Ut-ih and Colorado, over
what is known as "The Scenic Koute of the
World." It matters not nt wht season of
the year the tip ts made, at no time does
the scenery grow monotonous. It if an ever
changing panorama of the beauies of nature.
One mon.ntyou are pissing lh'out;h gnrget
walled in by rocVs thousands of feet Hgh,
and the next you are above the snow hne,
skirting pciks that tower above you until
they seem almost to reach the ky. One of
the characteristics of the Colorado climate
is Ih it the extr msi of temperature are
never met wiih It is neither so cold in
winter nor warm in summer, as uion live
lines oi rauwi, which cross the
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify that Bertha P. Con
ner, of Mt.Angef precinct. Marion coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer
ous growth in the leftenr for about three
veers. The growth was cutout twice and
lmrned out once by Allmny Physicians,
but the growth "came back as bad
as ever, and twined her so badly that
she had to bo taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, the .Botanical
Specialist, the growtli entirely disap
peared, and nt this date.Jfour months
since treatment was begun, the growth
has not renpiKwred, and the ear has en
tirely healed leaving only the scars in
flicted by the Allmny doctors.
I hereby certify that thu above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Ber
tha P Conner, the person mentioned
in the affidavit, has resided in my fam
ily fiince oarlychildhood, bearing the re
lationship to'me of niece.
H. C. Losa.
Subscribed and sworn to lieore me
this eighth day of June, ISM). W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marion county,
lYou Can Get
a Lower Berth,
V ltd one exception the through
trains of the Hurllngton Route
are almost Inunably well-lllled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Ciilcngo Limited. On the limited
there is usually room and to
Don't infer that It l neither
so lino, nor so fat, as AN V train
of ANY other line' betweon St.
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trnry, there Is no more beautiful
train In America. It lias electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service ou the continent and a
lower berth for everybody,
A. O. SHKLDON.
fieu'l Agent, Portlund, Or.
HED FRONT LIVERY
Firsts-Class Feed and Boarding
104 COM.MKKCIAL STKKKT.
Wm 4JLLREY. Prop.
Best Rigs, for Commercial Men
Stable In same blurk Hotel Wlllarntttte.
larSufc teams and comfortable rig
for ladles and family drlying a spec
ialty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month and best of suMsfnctlon
guaranteed. .'5-1 tf
Salem Preparatory School.
plain! Ihe traveler over the Rio Grade!
Wes'crn alto lias the prUil'ce of a stoover,
f he soelecsat Halt l.skc City, or any.
whre beween Oodcn and Denver, on all
clases ot tickets. n
'"i iiiiuiuiii'iuii in iu raics, cic, nnu lor
descriptive pamphlets, call on the n-arcst
Ticket Agent of the O. U. R. & N. Co. or
Summnr tnrrn oimow .Till v fi. 131)0
uikiih ana i union ler nioutli :
J. D. MANSFIELD, Gen'l Ac't.
Kio Gr-nd Western Railway, 142 Third
street, Portland, Oregon.
Normal and II iith school ! 00
Common and Higher Grades :) 00
Below 7th Grade 2 10
A. J. G.klM), M. A.
7 lm Principal.
SOU.H D EAST
UF. SHASTA RO'JTE
KXl'RKSS TRAtVS RUN DAItY
7:00 P Ml Lv...;i'ortland. ..Ar i8;(
945 pm Ar....Satem ....ArJe.:
7 '45 A m) Ar. San Francisco .Lv 1 7,-,
18:00 A M
1 to r m
6 4S P M
OSO A M
6,30 p it
9 25 t M
2 35 P M
A Pew Interesting Facts
When puple are contemplsting a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the lien service obtainable so far
as spt-ed, comfort and safety is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to serve the public snd our trains are
operated so at to make clo e connections
vsiih diverging line at all junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on ihrowgh trains.
Dining car sen-ice unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this firM-cks service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINKS
nd you will intke dirert connections at
St. l'aut for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any further infoimstion call on any
ticket agent or correspond with
General Pass, Ant.
or JAS. A CLOCK,
G neral Agent,
24G Star Street,
1 OK 1 1 AM), OKE,
500PM Ar Ogden ...
65 P M Ar Denver.
6.40 AM Ar . . . . Omaha . . .
8-15 r M Ar Chicago . .
7.00 A M Ar. ..Los Ancies.
8'ts PM Ar ... E Paso ...
4,15 P M Ar.. ..Fort Worth..
7.55 A m Ar.. New Orleans.
Pullman tirst-class and toutis; sleeping cars
attached to all through tralm. Tourist cars
through to Chloago without change.
KQSanURO MAIL, r-UAILY.
8.'3o A M Lv. . . Portland .". Ar 1 430 p y
to,'SS A M Lv. . . .Salem. .. . Lv i 1 jo.'P u
520 p it 1 Ar . . Roseburg. . Lv J7.3oa u
' "West i5iDEDTvisioN"r'
BETWEKN ?0RTtANO AND CORVALLIS.
Mall ttains daily except Sunday.
70 AMI Lt. . .Portland. . Ar ( 5:50 p u
1 1. '55 cm 1 ix. . . .worvqins.. i.y 1-2
At Albany and Corvalhs
rains of the C. & E. Ry.
con vci 1
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY RXCBPT SUMJAV.
450 P M
7.'30 P M
. McMinnville Lv
0V25 a u
Direct connections at San irar.cisco m h
steamship lines f HAWAII, 1APAN
CHINA. 'IHEPHILLII'lNEj and ACS.
For through tickets and rates call o- W.
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, or C D
GAHRILLSONCity Ticket Agent, 232 Corr
mercial St. Salem O.'.
K. KUKULEK, Managei
MARKHAM G. F. &P. A. Portlani
THE GREAT SALT LAKE HOUTB',
The attention of easthound travoiuis is
called to the advantages offered them by the
Rio Grande Western, ' t'hu Great Salt Lake
Route." The same rates prevailed whether
the trip is mane via Huntinpton or !-an Fran.
cihkj. The passenger has hit choice of two
routes out of Portland, three through Colo,
mdo, and four cam thereof. No oilier line
out of Portland oan offer such a variety of
routes, in addition, a day's stopover Is clven
all inwngers at any point In Utah or Colo.
rano. inrougu pullman and touiiit tleep-1
nig cars Are run on all trains, as well as free
.....I lni.ii. ..Ik.! .. rt. . t I
"k v"i. vm, 111c service ana ac
commodations offered are equal if not su
perior, to tho.e of any trans-continental road,
and tales are always as low as the lowest.
If you contemplate a trip cast, write to
J. D. Mansfield, G.ntrnl Agent, Rio Grande
Vestein Railway, 142 'IhirdStreet, Poitlaml
Oregon, for any lnforiHatio.1 you may need in
refeicncc to rate, route or accomodations.
There is only one
in town to get a
If you are n stranger, ask
your neighbor, he will tell
jou to go to W. W. J 01IN3
jus bank of the Red Front
Drug Store. 4-5d wtro
Tho Intor-Stnte University System
of Musical Instruction.
K. II. SCOTT. D. M. ritESlDKXT
Oilers trivel'rs choice of ih foltewln
routes east. They arc all famous for
O. R. & N, via Ogden and Denver
Shasta Rcute 1 1a facramemo, Ogdtn and
Shasta Rou'e via Sacramento. Mai xc
Alberiuernu. I T,ta
A daily line of ihrotmh IU LMAN . Tim
10 m. in
I OH I
auk 1 K
Fut salt like. Demer Ft. Worth
Mail' Oiualia Kansas City, Stfi I"
s p. in.1 IjiiiIm liieaeo nnd EhsU i
Hookane. Minim. m.
kane, MiKilin, t. I'aul, Diilntli. Mil. km 0
waulee ciilcngo and cant.
! OCEAN BTBVMSIIirs.
8 p m. For Shu Pranrlttoo,
I stall every rive (Uyn.
I p. in
I p. ni
Dp. m.l COLUillllA HIVKK
v till..' CTPAIIlilf
Sstur- .To Astoria nnd uiiy'LinJInns, nx Suu.
10 p, 111.
SHlem WII.bA5IKTTK ItlVKIt loru
v niu. Portland, .Ncwlmru' nnd war fin. in.
PALACE and 'lOCRISTsLEEFERS. San
Francisco and Ios Angeles to Chlcag this is
The Short Line
ft v.. ...... I ... ., t . .. ... .
. . t .luinTimi v.uiivraiiTu inmiiauun wnicn i 1
en brndnulnir numiier ft (aeulty b lniiMlrwU from southern California
o. i1 " 1
IKIIiIIm lv tlM.UHrin.1.. kni).n.ltii I.W.M
For U bvnpfit of
Pupil tifl'rltiitw 'IWlitjnt
KIIIIITII fH.-JII)..HTIC YE.R.
t frtltimttM urnn!ed from a rtKulrly char
Cxplanatiim or the s)tiii In detail
In tinsel eoluinnn
Wntfili fur iu
hTTA A.NUKKS-WI LMMAN.
ami MtHfllr ol the lVeultr
btudiH) m-r llrtt NatloMl llank 1Mb.,
l)mi lir tU'll IlLuffw fltl.U fur nilvuti.1 i.l.i.r. Ih
To the East,
Apply to the agents of the O p St N., O.
S, L., Southern t'aciric, or h undersigned.
or lower and descriptive literature.
J. J DFA LRKUX
Gen'l Act Worcester. HMj. PoitUml
For Da Ion
111 Thtl l'nliitt.
S l. ml
WII,I..MBTTK HIVKIt I lem
AliMiiy itud wny IDs. m
The Geo, M, Beelcr
IIIBT OREGON WEEKLY
The 'Modol Oregon Nowspflpor uml Pumlly JJourwil.
UnllliiK Newn, Fiction, Lltorttry, Itunuli utio Dairy
und.Mtirkut News lnattrantlyo roadnble fnrui.
Is issued Thiirsiliiy.tiMirnlngJIn Um Ufiwifh all nnr
Of tlm suite tho tsumo ,ik.
Always to the front with bMt
rates and K)lloks In tlw ladlng
Do you want, woric, or newl lialp
of any kind? Apply nt ouoo.
Prop-arty to int. HwUtsjr
2&i COMMEBCIAL b'TRKBT, SAL1M4,
WILLAMKTIE RIVER DIVISION -Daily
liosts 10 Porttaud as above.
Tranfrs to street car line at Oreg Oil;
If Ihe steamers are delayed there oaud
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Wrshlng
ton, or California. Connect on made at Poit
land with all rail, ocean anHnver lines
Gen'l Pas. Apt. Portland. (
G. M. I"OWERS. Agent, Trade street docV
IIOISE & BARKER,
YAQ UINA EOU TE
fouiiectlnicat YAQUIN.V wilhtlib
YAQLIXA HAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Flrwlf In every re ct. The anove
kle4ruer Is du to sail from Yaqulna
every cluht days.
Kurtz & Hamilton
tta CO CUT STKKKT.
ShoriMt ltoute iletween
Ildueei Valley I'oiuls and hu Francisco
Aitny d 1'olnts Wwt to San Francisco
Mouud Trlp.. . 17.00
y5. . KDWI.N STONE.
1 r, & r. ,. Manage'
J.TCKNKK Amut, Albany, Or.
id 100 Weekly...
MiktB SssanialLv ..f Uu -....,. ..
Shrsil a7 G...-B." "'
work rjAflBL' anH ....,..,!.. .. ;..,.
It.. . i ' ".""WIUIJ, i( Mill
Vvl-rU0 - .& Prices.
mm Mill. (J nod - u before
lTln your order for wiU or tank
In two lwrUisnnUlns all Iwiwrtant Pttr-sfRti, ailfjwl
An ludapoudant Asswiltitotl Pmfe 1-tipjr.fur the
pie, Sjih1 forrsamplfts free.
PKOMIT WORK AND LOW FRICRl
dent. c:.tr ina insjiisjat m f p
will shue your Mor, build or
your wjitfosi or liuptttiMOMU
lCntMl Ul stV Mllr n..).
su. ...... .w ". ...' t.l"T?
w MttUloctury. Sbon 1 CO Cliaa1ctju.
AM fiMh am brtvby
IM IfautMM ot -c for
WII.UMKTTK UIVKU DIVISION
STEAMER WM. M, HOAG,
OtpUtin (lo. Rasbe,
Kuimlnc WtHin Fortlund and Corvallli,
stoppiiiK at 11 way kwlings.
!K)WN - TiieUys, Ttiurstlays am Sundays
Uvt Lorvallls e a 111
(..KiUk.MtHtny tu w
lavc HueiM Vista .. sum
le Iiidviwudtmce... . .. t a. in
Uav8 SttWm joa. m
Arriv lVnliiM,i i so
Ul'-Mrtiklaya, WadiMbdaysaiid Fridays.
Uaves lortlHiul 6 a. m
Lanve. .Newton; 10 ). m
Uariw 8sIh. ... 8:i) p. m
Uavw iukpndtin.. a c) p. in
Uaviw IbitHH 'tHtt... 7:30 n. ra
vsEf x&stz. -.y-a?p-
Tho stftWMer nai !
OMk-Pitotof suie street.
.. 11:00 p. m
eoulpMl with flrt-
Including au ulnant
carrying botb frlk'ht and
C. SULLIVAN 8'iP1
Oregon Shou Liue Railroad
Tke Pln-at Route to
Montana, Utah, Cshrtitlo
aad all Eastern Poliits
a rwlM, ia tbe
i etMftle of ih, fa
Lulosi r-ftu-nie niat if
LIho. or tbe
Look at the thno
H I)uyi to Salt Lake
2J Days to Denver
t Dhj-s to Clilcatro
It Days to New York
iH piBR Qua, sad TpHlEiB Falatw
Slw pan cntcsT $ SB traia.
rr (ttrUHir tttJwsHatiasi apply ta
BOia A HARKSR. Aaw. 6Jw
W 8. COMAK, 8nT Ael
t r T w1mi'm 1 v- tiwwm, iv. "- ak
."S ? 'ff $ tEEm ' TWsd St. Ptt4
" .-.. 11 imr aim v j loi -m .
wsbs, -ttaas um uohm Hosia. ,
Exkauttlon anj break doii fallows Grip,
frccat it by using Dr. Mile' Nervine