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iWE DO, DO IT!
It does not matter how, or why, the GREAT SUC
CESS of our SPECIAL SALE of MEN'S SUITS
proving that our Values and efforts are appreciated
have decided us to inaugurate this
Star pr ise Sale in
Until further notice our entire stock of Children's
Clothing will be offered at SPECIAL PRICES?
Absolutely no reserve all fresh, new and up-to-date
New Duck Pants New Belts
New Caps New Hats
G. W. Johnson & Go.,
AROUND THE EVENING 3
For Weiterit Reflection on the
Newest Hooks and Magaglncs.
Tho bulletin of tlio Department of
Lalwr for May Ima been received. It
Is edited by Carroll D. Wright, Com
miesloncr nnd in nti able and Interest
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BY HOIH BHOTHKH5
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1891).
-'bally, Oho Year ft3.00.in Advance-
UDRy, Pom MoiiUm 91.00, Is Advanoo,
WmMy, One Year 91.00, in Advanoo
Tho American Inntituto of Jlomco
pathy bean l!llfty.lftb niiutinl input
ItiK at Atlantic City, it. J., with inoro
Mhilll 2.000 liiotithor-H tiretumL from all
'Vimrtjiaftlin mm nt rv.
Tho convention will continue for nev
urnl dayH, tliu ruhhIoiis liclng occupied
with (IIhcuhhIoiih nnd cmmyH pertaining
principally to riucstlouH connected with
tho homeopathic fichool of tnedlulno.
I'lans will also bo perfected for tho
erection and unveiling of tho Hahne
mann tnonutnnut nt Wiihliliijiton, I). C.
Thu inltlnl hohhIoii tliU nftornoon wiih
devoted to tho annual luhlrotw of I'ronl-
lnt licnjatnln T. llalloy, of Llurnln,
Nub,, and to tho rt'ortH of tho Interna
tional luroiiuoMlouunpathy, tho In
turtitato conimlttco, tho comuiltleo on
l'( lift; insuranco and Iho Iwrnrd of cenwirw.
Tlio wlrcH to Hal moral CiiHtlo, wuro
kopt hot with t'OiiKmtulatory nioHtmu.i'8
Bunt tho Quoou, rtiiiilmliiipr her that tho
day murk'.Uho cloFoof tho Hixty-xecond
year of her relnn. In accordaneo with
llcr maJcMty'H winli tliero wan no formal
nliHorvaneo of tin- nnnlvorimry, In lun. 01 Musical Graduating Exercises Ad
don or olaewlierc. and Imyotul tho ciih- mission Fiee.
"tonitiry (llHiihty of thu llau over tho royal On WedneHday Juno 111 tho North
.. . . ... ... .... Kn I fV.ll...... ..I M....1.. l
remnunrcH ana mo rouuratuiitiory meH- .i mjm .hubiv, n, .
2.... .. i... .i. iti . ..i i arvin, .huh. uoo., Ulrector, holds coin
...bv. nu.... .v ...v ..., " moiicumuut uxuroiHOv at Unity church.
umui iiu'ii.inin .ii inu 1...1.1. nun ronowing aro uio proi;raniH:
by loroiun inlnlHtotH ami itiiilmHwulorH In at ;i o'clock v. m.
bohall of tholr ruMioctlvii uovornmcntit ''Vhlloninl l'olka" ,.,.1'ox UiothorH
thoroworenooutnnMs:ntonll at- A,,t,"m Ho,mtM l- w -.; ' ,
'nfir' ... ..... . . lain tuition.
tonUon to tho fact that lmr inuloHiy Ih fa) "UIihiIoh from tho Sitnilain". ..
rcciiih certain to bo more largely at
tended than any jiolltlcnl leathering held
in Loulsvlllo In recent yearn. Tho threo
loading candtdatcH for tho gubernatorial
nomination ox-Attorney General illar
din, Btuto Beiintnr (Joobel, and ox
CongroHHinan William J. Htono all have
big crowds of rootem. and there Ih n
greater demand for hotel accommodu
tloiiH than haH been neon hero for yearn.
Tlio fight foi tho head of tho ticket will
bo a fierce one and it Ih not improbable
thata.dark homo may win out. Tho
count ruction of tho platform will depend
largely upon the Hunuccwiful anplrant for
too imi-r"n")r"" nomination. llio
flticccHHof General Hardin will mean
that tho roHolutloiiH will como out good
and Htrong for tho free Hilver Ihhiio,
while Mr. IJochol who Ih bellovcil to bo
Ilanlln'a iiiohI formidablooppoueut, ban
made IiIh canvam on tho auticorora
tiou Ihsuo. Colonel Htono Ih u compro
mine candidate and would go well with a
platform make up to meet tho vIowh of
all the diverge delegatloiiH. Tho fol
io worn of General Hardin are utrong in
claim that their man will bo chomm on
tho II rut ballot, Tho convention will bo
called to order at 10 o'clock In .Munlc
hall which Iiiih a Heating capacity of
The varloiiH Balmn comniittcuH in
charge of tho important uvontH on tho
taitlH In July have tho reputation of thlx
city for hoHpltality and euterprlfo in
their liaiulH. Let uh work to do all
thingH well. Threo private cltixeim took
hold of a county fruit urowcrH conven
tion on IH houru' nollco and made it it
HticccHrt. A htato convention that wiih
not looked after wan a failure. Organi
zation Ih needed tlientulavfl to make any
thing a HticccHM, rki let uh bo up and do
ing. .Nothing goeH by chance, lie
oth lient who worketh bent.
I'rtlno'fl Photographic Magazine, pub
llHlied by the Whlt Co., Milwaukee,
Win., is n monthly that will yield a
greatdeal of pleasure and iiiHtniction
to amatiicurH or the slight InveHtmcnt
of sixty cents n year.
"The lluffalo IIumi" country, in
cluding Montana, Idaho, Graugevllle,
KlkOlty, Florence, and Iladgor, tho
New mining and farming region of
Northern Idaho, all directly reached
irom Hiokane by tlio J.ewiston oxten
mIoii of tho Northern I'aclllc, Is tho
theme of a new map and folder Juat
Issued, coiilaiiilng tlio latest and most
correct Inforauiation'nbout that region.
To be had by applying to A. I). Charl
ton, AfHt. Push. Agt., J'ortland, Or.
"Art for America" is a monthly, the
national organ of tho Central Art As
sociation, published by the Arts Pub.
Co., KInoArtH. IJuildlng, Chlcnco, $2 a
year. J, Vernetto Morse, editor, and
II. A. 1'lerco, manager. There Is nitiuli
of tho contents on tho lino of work
for children, for students, and for
schools. Home and school decoration
aro also made much of. Send for a
sample copy, 20 cents.
Mrs I.ucy A. Mallory of Portland pub
lishes "Tho World's Advance Thought,"
and haH for years sent us a copy for
whfeh wo feel grateful. Hho is an earn
est sucker after the good, tho , puto ami
elevating. The thoughtless will de
nominate her a crank, and declare sho
sends It only to cranks. Persons who
think at all for theniHelves, who aro any
thing beyond more automatlo retinas, or
ImpreHi-Ion-rccoIvorH, must sometimes
think differently from other persona,
and the moment they persist In that we
call them a crank.
Tho May Juno Midland Magazine is
rich In short stories. Tho dramatic de
partment, both as to Illustrations and
discussions, is superior to any of the
monthlies, not oven omitting Tlio book
man. I ho editorial department Is siiii-
erlor for Its variety and vivacity. He
moval of this magazine from Dus Mclncs
to HI. Louis has improved its quality in
JOUUNAL H RAYS.
Porn city the sizcofKalom we could
easily dispeme with raising quite so
much slock In our midst,
AVas it Archbishop Ciiristio's remark
able rcscmblanco to Win. J. 1 try on ex
cluded his picture from the Orcgonlau ?
It need not bo the largest or th
ablest edited, or tho richest. Tub
Jouii.vai. rats up tlio claims to bo tho
11KST evening dally nespaiHjr in the
Morld for a city the size of Oregon's
General Odell flays no president of
Willamette will bo chosen who is not
acceptablo to President Ilawloy. Great
Scott, who is Ilawloy. to have his
thumb on thoCapltal City's proudest
institution of learning?
It is the ambition of tho present pub
lishers to make Tjik Jouilval tho IJK8T
model of an evening newspaper in tho
world. When the supremo court puts
ill. ii a. m .
me rauerson-uiugimm taction in pos
session of it wo shall drape tho building
in black and bang the Hug at half-mast
for 1)0 days.
When tho English speaking race is
conquering tho world would It not be
well for our selloolH and colleges to pay
a lltto more attention to literary cul
ture, to producing writers and orators?
Wlioroaro our contributors to maga
nzlues and Kets coming from In the
future? Does not Oregon need a little
more literary enthusiasm?
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bought
A LIFE SAVED.
Steam Dye Works.
No. 105 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' nnd gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired and pressed. Elno
blankets cleaned or dved
ind nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c: dyed
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Iawn. field and poultry fence
and shingles at lowest" prices.
HALKM KBNCU WORKS,
Wai.tbb MoKt.p.v, Prop,
M Btttte Htreet
There is fine sarcasm in this from the
organ of the PiihIi that will cause a
smile among bicyclists: "The section
constructed by H. T. Uriico, of this city,
between .Salem and It rooks, ls thus far
rojiortcd to bo tho best constructed of
tho paths, but the others will bo
brought to tho same state of iHirfeetlon,
an near as pocsible, before bolng accepted
by tho court."
NHW VOIIK MKK's MTI1ST JOKHH.
'I wonder If any of the bride's
tlves aro present."
"Oh, yo. I saw some jstoplo in
next room, counting the presents."
Little Men and Women
Magazines have been combined into
n 32-pago book and tho imiick uk-
IIUCKII KUOM f 1 to GO CKNTH A YKAII.
It is n splendid magazine for chil
dren from two to ten years of age.
Wo want tlio names nnd addresses
of moth irs of children of aliovoages,
ami for a list of nrrv such names we
will send tho magazine to you onk
Little Men and Women Co.Troy,N.Y
"Doesn't It cost you a good deal to
run this yncht, old man?"
"Yes, but my wife can't sp.ind a cent
when she's here."
about to enter ummi another year of her
At Marslialltown, In,, tho Society of
Music Teaahers of" Iowa met lu
fifth annual convention today, and will
, continue lu session through Wednesday
The fifteenth annual mooting of tlio
vifcXAJ-i. t...i in ,i i t i
;)lllllfUll nilllU I I1IIIIIIUIUIII1V.UI ANMHII-
?utlon began at Lake Park, Minnesota,
jioday, with a largo attendance from
many parts of tho statu, PniHldcnt llel-
e'Jtjor in his annual address urged that tho
business bo restricted to competent and
irellablo men, and recommended that all
members of tho Association join lu tho
lugltatioii for bettor statu uud 'national
legislation to protect tho trade. The
convention will Ito In sosslou three davs.
tomorrow reports will bo heard from
,andlug committees, uud the ovonlugs
will be given up toentoitnluniont.
E At Qlualuuati, O., prominent music
acbers from all ports of tho country
Ipiraris arriving for tho annual convention
"'.?SHi ti,u.. 'P...i,.l...' V.. it.,., ..I tu.W...
w, .. iupiu .umviiuir .i,,ifiit,i nrjviil-
Mpn, which opens huro tomorrow and
continue inroo tiays. ino privmni
jjuthurlng Inilng tho 21st annual mooting
'r W tho' orgaulcutloii It Is iutoudod that
thu convention shall not only bo fur the
, Tntervihauglng of view nnd tho iIIhcuh
' H01Vh' U'ohnlcal musical uiuttors, hut
that it hliatl cmiiiiiiiiiiiinito lu h iIIlmiIiIih!
tuy thu pnnKs of uitislcal ait In
merica. To this oud thu servicos of
, Ulio OluclnuatI Symphony onihostra and
,W number of nromiueut mimical urllst
! fIavo beett enlUtctl und tho evening pon-
cvtu promlso to M n uotttblo feutuio of
"1m Argentine" ... .MaudMorison.
"I'll Follow Theo" lennlu Ohliiig.
"Tho I'tilmo" inuitasle) Adaleno
.. . Hehilllor.
"lu Native Worth" Ilonry
"Allegro Honata No. ft". . , . Klm Doty.
"Dear Bhady Wood" Kdua
Houdeau l'avorl Op. 11 Jennie Ohllng.
"Oh My FornandoV . . . Nina Jaen-
"Allegro and Adagio tiouata" Op. Ill
n lUirtha ara Jouos
Ovorturo "Dor Frolsohutx" Two
pianos Mini Mas
ton and Mr. Pox, Misses Hchlf
ller and Howard.
kvk.ni.su H I'. II.
Ovurturo "Midsummer Nights
Dream" two pianos Misihin
llowanl and Hehilllor, Mr. Pox
and Ml Mastou.
"Allium. Bonatu On. M" Nina
"Adelaide" (Aria) Ilonry
., Mi.i Ituthorfonl Morgan.
"Kamonuol-Ostrow, No. 2". ., .
... .M. Klva Winslow.
boouuaiid Pruyor (Dor Pmlwihuts)
. . Kdua Mao Howard
Amlaute anil Allegro, Concerto Op.
. . Jonn uiyilo lux.
Thu Kentucky IKuntierntle state unn-
i'entlon to be )m held tomorrow, in
"Adagio and Pronto, Concerto lu (
aiajor" First Piano
Corn Mao lllosmr, Hocond Piano
PtstrThoughThyCotMay lie Aria
, , ... .. Jonnlo Ohllng.
"Jlan'h and Prostu, I'uucurtstmdl"
"Krnanl My With Mo," Aria,
. Nina Jaunutto Wordsworth
'lllmpsodlo l, Auorguo Up. IH'.
.... . . . .lulua Mao Howard.
"To Her Bo Fondly IKiIovihI, ArTa,
.. .Hiiury Huthorfnnl Morgan.
I ugai'Mio Fautakle Nina Jaen
. ... wttu Wadswortb.
IntrtHluctlun uf cIum by Itev. W. K.
Awnnlliu Diplomas, Dr. '.. M. IVrvin.
"JubntHi (Vvoriuro" nrt Piano,
Mboies Wadswortb and Jones.
niHXiud Piano, MImms Wlnsluw
Tho Tacmia Htato for June has eleven
features, Im-sIiIcs an editorial review,
covering ton topics. Tho name of Ia-oii-aril
Fowler as editor no longer apisiars
on the magazine, but wo do not miss
his touch on thu pages. Miss May Pub
lerconducts tho literary page with rare
good tasto and a really Hue urltlcal and
Among tho best things produced by
tho Northwest is tho N. W. Journal of
Kducatlon by .Mr. and Mrs. Ilriutdall, of
Hcattlo, formerly of Olympla. llesldos
thuablo editorials and other purely ped
agogical contents, the June nuinlxir has
nuislc and verso for a doll day, well
worth a year's subscription to any
teacher of little onus. A history of tho
Klnderuaiten movement In Washington
by Charlotte Ijiy Dewey discloses anew
tho devotion of ouo of tho grand young
women on the Paelllc coast to tho high
Ideals of tho new education.
This is the time of year when Outing
magazine Is appreciated by thoo who
can go on a summer vacation and by
those who cannot. To the former it Is an
ludlsiHuislble attendant on camp and
cottage life. To the ones who stay at
homolt brings tho fresh ulr and uxelte-
incuts of tho world ofsjsirt totholrdoors.
Send to the publishers, WU1-2-I1 Fifth
Avenue, Now York, for u&niiy uud elruu-
Tho woiks of Walt Whitman may
now ho obtained in following editions of
tho exclusive American publishers,
Hnmll, Maynanl A Co., lkwton, "Iamvs
of Orass,")jtho mtmo jKiiKirfovers, Wo ;
Compluto Prowworkti, fttj Ciiltuuuv,
Letters to Peter .Pqylo, l.l Th
Wound Drosser; luttors from the hos
pitals to his mother, $1.60; soUvtlons
imm the proso and iHHJtry, f 1.85.
Ilrewn: Waiter, bring mo a dozen
oysters on the halfshell.
Walter: Horry, sab, but wo's all out
of shellllsh, sab, 'coptln' algs.
The Grecer: Yes, sir, this grano
grino is tho host busikfaHt food on the
market. It Is pro-dlgustod
Mr. Fadsby (shuddering): Illess my
soul I My whom?
"Our Henry has been to school for
two yours," saiil his anxious mother,
"anil I don't ceo that ho has learned
anything of value."
"Nonsense! replied the wise father.
"He thinks ho has, and what more do
you expect nowadays?"
Crossing the Rockies.
The most delightful ride across the conll
ncnt is through Utah and Colorado, over
what Is known at "The Scenic Kouie of the
World." It matters not nt whAt icaion of
ths year the tip ti nude, at no time does
the scenery grow monotonous, It Is nn ever
chanciig panorama of the beauties of nature.
One mo in m you are pasting thiou(;h gorges
walled in by rocks thousands of feet I Igh,
and the next you are aboye Iho snow line,
skirling icikrt that tower above you until
they seem slroost to reach the sky. One of
the chincteilntics of the Colorado climate
istbit the extremes of temperature are
never met with. It Is neither so cold in
winter nor wrm In tuinmer, as uion the
lines of railway which cross die deseits and
plains the traveler over tho Rio Urarde
Western al has the privilege nf a stopover,
'f he so elccis at Halt Luke City, or any.
where beween Lcrden and Denver, on all
classes nt tickets,
ror Information as in rates, etc . ami f.ir
descriptive pamphlets, call on the nearest
Ticket Agent of the O. It. U, & N. Co. or
Southern Pacific Co., or address,
J. I). MANSFIKLD, Gen'l Ac't.
Kb Grnd Western Railway, 142 Third
street, Portland, Oregon.
Dr J.F, Cook,:tho Botanical Speci
alist, Succoods Whore Others
To whom It may concern :
This is to certify that Bertha P. Con
ner, of Mt. Angel precinct. Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer
ous growth in the left ear for about threo
years. The growth was cutout twice nnd
burned out once by Albany Physicians.
but tho growth camo back as bad
as ever, and pained her so badly that
she had to bo taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. I.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, tho Botanical
Specialist, tho growth entirely disap
peared, andnt this date,',four months
since treatment was begun, the growth
has not reappeared, and tho ear has en
tirely healed leaving only tho scars In
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that tho alwve state
ment Ih absolutely true, and that Ber
tha P Connor, tho Iperson mentioned
In the uflldavit. bus resided in my fam
ily since early childhood, liearing tho re
lationship to me of niece.
II. C. Ixino.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this eighth day of June, 1899. W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marion county,
HED FRONT LIVERY
FirstClass -Feed and Boarding
1(14 COMMKUCIAt. STHKKT.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs for Commercial Men
Stable In same Murk Hotel Wlllamutte.
srWafo teams and cmnrortnblo rig
forludlcsund family drlylnv 11 spes
Inlty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month uud best of .vatlsfactlon
guaranteed. l-l tf
THB OHDAT SALT I1AKB KOUTB'i
The attention of castbouml travoicis u
called to the advantages offered them by the
Kio (irande AVestern, "Tho Gieat Halt Lake
Rome " 'I he same rates prevailed whether
Salem Preparatory School,
Summer term ojiens July r, 1899.
Tuition per month :
Normal and High school. ft 00
Common and Higher Grades '! 00
Below 7th Grade '- 50
A. J. Gaiu.a.ni), M. A.
0 7 lm Principal.
Orater: No, gentlemen: I tell
that If you want a thing done well
you must always do It yourself.
voice from the orewd: How nbout
getting your hair uut' Kxohaugo.
"Adolph, whuro Is the letter I left on
"It mailed it, sir."
"Hut 1 hadn't put tho name and ad
dress on tho onvelore."
"That's Just It, sir I suppo,d it was
an anonymous letter."
"aiths j m KIM m h8 Atari BwjM
Bljastnr. T SttTTr-
Mt. Angel vs. St. Paul.
The game of ball played Sunday lw
tuoun the Mount Angel and the St. Paul
elulwon the Gervals grounds was a
hotly contested gnmo ending in a vic
tory for St. Paul by a Miiro of 13 to I
the tnpis mane via Huntington or 'an Fran.
Cisco. The passenger has liu choice of two
toutes out of Portland, three through Colo,
rado, and lour east thereof. No otlur line
out of Portland can offer such a variety of
toutes. la Addition, a day's stopover Is given
all 1 assengets at any joint in Utah or Colo.
rauo. through tiullman and toutist sleeo-
ing cars are tun on all trains, as well as free J
reclining cnair cars, ilie service and ac
commodntlons oflcred are equal, if not su
pcrior, to thoe of any trans-continental road,
and tatesare always as low as the lowest.
If you contemplate a trip east, wrlto to
J. D. Mansfield, G.-ncral Agent, Rio Grande
Western Railway, 14a 'Ihlrd Street, Poitland,
Oregon, for any information you may need In
refeience to rates, routes or accomodations.
There is only one place
in town to get a
If you are n straeger, ask
your neighbor, he will tell
us' babk of the Red Front
)riig Store. 4.13d wiro
Tho Intor-Stato Unlvorslty Systom
of Musical Instruction.
V.. H. HCO-IT. U. M. l'HKHIDKNr
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
With one exception tlio Ui rough
trnlns of the Burlington Route
urealiuo9t Invariably wcll-illled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there Is usually room and to
Don't Infer that It Is neither
so lino, nor so fast, as ANY trnln
of ANY other line between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trury, there Is uo more beautiful
train In America. It lias electric
light, steam beat, wide vestibules,
the niot satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent nnd a
lower berth for everybody,
A. 0. SHELDON.
Gen'l Agent, Portland, Or.
SOUTH AND EAST
PE SHASTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co.
KXPRRSS THAIW3 MN BA11Y
7:00 p M) Lv...;i'ortland. ..Ar (8:00 am
o.'4S pm Ar....Satem .... Ar 545 a M
745 AH) Ar. San Francisco. Ly ( 7.-00 p m
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contemplrtlng a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safety is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to serve the public nnd our trains are
operated so as to make clo'c connections
with diverging lines at all junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleoplng and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-cltss service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket over
THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
nnd you will mike dirert connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any lurther infoimatlon call on any
ticket aeent or correspond with
General Puss, Agent.
or JAS. A CLOCK,
246 Stark Street.
Ar Ugden ... .Ar IHopm
Ar Denver. , Lv 6 45 p m
Ar .... Omaba .... Ar 8 50 a m
Ar . . Chicago ....Lv 6,30 PM
Ar. ..Los Angeles... Ac 925PM
Ar... El Paso.... Ar a 35 p m
Ar.. ..Fort Worth.. ,,Ar 8.40 a m
Ar. . New Orleans. . . Ar 8 40 pm
Pullman hrst-class and tourist sleeping cars
attached to all through tralm. Toutist cats
through to Chicago without chftngc.
ROSKnURO MAIL, .DAILY.
8:30 A M) Lv... PmtTand ..At
6:05 P M
6.40 A M
8-15 p m
7.00 A M
7-55 A m
' 1 4. -3"
to55 A MLv.... Salem.... Lv
e-20 pmi Ar .. Koseuurg.. l.v
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BKTWKKN PORTLAND AND C0RVAU.IS.
Mail tialns dally except Sunday.
ortland.. Arl 550 PM
7 to AMI Lv. ...
1 1. "55 pmi Ar....Corvallls..
.'20 p u
At Albany and Corvallis con .cct
rains of the C. & E. Ry.
KXrRESB TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
4:50 P M ) Lv
7.'30 P M Lv.
.. McMlnnville Lv
f 5--5o -)
S.-25 A M
Direct connections at ban 1-rancisco with
steamship lines ft HAWAII, 1APAN.
CHINA. 'UIEPHILLIl'INES and AUS.
For thtouch tickets and rates call o- W,
W. SKINNER, Depot Agent, or 0 D.
GAURIELSON City Ticket Agent, 332 Com-
merclal St Salem Of.
K. KOEULKK, Managei
C.MARKHAM G. F. &P. A. Potilant
Co-operative Institution which I
KlnuliiK t number tu acuity by liuimruda
nd ltd liuiilU by thottsitntlH, Kmhmclnit iiihn
lKlnuiuK t mini
aim lt Dunns oy
limn twenty tolfii
Kor llif benefit or
KIOllTir HCIIOLAMTIO VRAH.
(Vrtlficuti'N KraotHl from a rvutilarly
Kxplsnatlon of the s)-item In detail
In tliPM colmnna
Watcli tor it.
ami Mnmber nt tbe l-'aolilty
Hlluleo over Vin.t Nstloual Hank llMir..
One or two ilucts open for mlvanced players lu
Oilers travelers choice of the
routes cast, They ate all famous for
O. R. & N, via Ogden and Denver
Shasta Reute via Sacramento, Ogden and
Shasta Route via Sacramento, Majore
A daily line of throuph PULLMAN
PALACE and lOURIST&LEEPERb, San
Francisco and Los Angeles to Chlcag this Is
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East,
8 p. Ill,
Snlt Lnko, Denver Ft. Worth
uinnna, Kansas i;uy, mo'iapm
Iiuls.Ohlcaso and East, I
Walla Walln, Upokaue, Minnn-
iipous, hi. raui, DUium, mil
wuukeo ChlcoffO and oast.
8 it. m.
dny 10 p, ui.
I -e live
10 h, m.
For Han Kranclacu,
Hall every live days.
To Astorln and wuy landings,
NO ELBOW GREASE NEEDED
of. . sr v
swfi- VasVr I
';tm jf&0lJ&uj 1 1 1 1
"Llbow Grease" is ft slang term, denoting
lots of tubbinx It Is fast filling Into illsusa
be,u of the islmost untvetsul us of
"Tno Pohig.guos" Is it story of u
llnrvunl Humuuir scIkm)!' " hy
Arthur SUihwihhI Piur, puhllsluil l."v
titnull, Miiyunni A Co., Itustoti. It is
tingling with it ittlot humor nml ,
spirit of onjoynhlo fun ami folhlo u
kwuiiy phitnnt us tho kwt work nf
Howolls. it Is rich in its gruphlc ih
plutlngof tho typos ho struyglo to so-
our tHlucfttlou tlurlng tho wwttion
tluiw of oollogo, ns Willi itSMiiuo nf tho
typos who iuiHirt It. It Is to U IiojhuI
nil tiro not of tho cigarotti-stnoktng
oynirtil tyK of Pnf. IMtilliin. Tin.
ohuntotor of JvmIo, tho onjjugwl gfrl
with u thirst for oomiuust of tho innhj
siHHiios, U lrwn with a grtmt tlolnmov
unil tnto humor. No lmttor lsxik for
Ntunuiur nuullng has Utut wuujmmh'.I in
nmny it tlay un.l It is tlcUiiWl t s mom
than oplumumtl phteo in llghtor Amorl
ti f fh
V S7 JL ,iA
A VsVmStsT I rSM
(jt KfifWLjmm. A
SJ i" mt lHLs
fsw grwise-ls nttdtd lth Gold Dust. It makes house-
;V.IA 1 olfuute Instead of a hal.l t. 11. t-.rv It...... .m,.
S& y?" ,. yo-r lewjw, your money, h Is Utter and
MMtaSrHtSM SMH lor all clcaniK. Kur nritt M-m.nmt. Ii..u ..r
' -. wwlLtf.i
Market for llcrtie- and Piult.
A corrosivindout wrltiuu- from vt,.
torhi 11. 0. uiulwr thtto Juno 1A xtutivs
tlmt straw bwrrltw utv gottlng rljnt, tlrst
tstiiwuiis wiw t fifty tttnts unil th..
mvxt nt thirty wvou twits por mm.
I'wpwilllH) vory light as tho nmn,v
plants wtirv hurnml out last Nunuuwr uul
othors tliotl .luring thu oohl wtjt spring.
Thiw wont lw a ItaH eron of upnW or
pruntM in this looitlity.
Mrsi. lm, Wlllu lw. roturuva from
Stwttht, w Intro slit) luu ln vttttti; with
itvr uaugtjtur, Jim. H. II. Wiwr.
In the oldett dsys men
leully, at least.
thy or the admiration of
women. It is a stent bljr
otuetliltiK for a woman
to feel that her husband
is truly a capable
snd intrepid pro
lector It Is a corn-
it for ber to feel
that he has the
and courage to de
fend her throuith
an me vicissi
tudes of life
not much to ad
mire about the
averuue tit a it
lYiim a nit. t..il
standpoint. He maybe a moral and u men
UI giant, but the flesh of ill health la vtcok,
and he is probably a physical cov.ml It is
not In nature for a sickly man to be a brave
man. Ills spnit uy be willing- but bis
uuuy i :. inai is me man own ruult
Any man can be healthy who will pay a lit
tu common sense attention to his health
when he has it, and when he gets a little
out of sorts, take the tight remedy Matty
of the dtaeasea that aillict mankind ate
iiBce.uis uirectiy to tnuigestioii. tortiidity
of the liver and Impurities in the blol
I)r. Vietcc'a Golden Medical Discovery is
the gicatrst medicine for disorders of this
uatutt It strengthens a weak stomach,
corrects all disorders of the digestion gives
edge to the appetite, invigorates the liver,
putifies aud enriches the blood and tones
up and invigorates the nerves. It seatch
out disea genua, kills thctu aud cartirs
them out of th. system. It is the great
Wood maker, flesh builder and nctve-tonic
and restorative It make strong-, healthy
ftieu put of weak, sickly invalids. Medi
cine dnltr sell it and no houest dealer will
urge substitute upon you
. ",' btsntsktugDr Merce's OoWen McJ.
kl lUKuvtry ao4 relists' n. wuu My that
thy have wotktj wouJrrs in ray w ' wiitn
thlak I am well, but will take euVWe bStlU
make sate tbe cu u itim..i 1 .T..,T
peak to. highly of the 'Wac-vere I u pit
II BET OIliON WfflJ ff)
Apply to the agonts of the O. IV !i N., O.
S, L., Southern Pacific, or ,hc undersigned,
for folders and descriptive literature.
Gen'l Aut Worcester.
Tlio Mtslcl DrqgOn Newspaiwiflantl Ktttnily.Jutirnu1.
Uniting News, Fiction, Literary, Ranch mid Dulry
anJ.Mnrkut News inlatlraotlye readable form.
The Geo, M, Bcclcr
Always to the front with best
rates anil policies In the leading
Ho you want woric, or need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
Property to lent, Uoglsu?r
288 COMMBKOIAL STltHOT, SaT.HM.
3 p. in
rortlnml, Nuwbvrg and
4 p. u
4 P. sa.
way 6 p. 111,
WII.I.AMKTTE ItlVKlt ' lni
torvuuis AUNiliy und Wsyioa. m.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVlblO
Daily boats to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Oil;
If the steamers arc delayed there oaud
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Washing
ton, or California. Connection made at Pott
laud with all rail, ocean andriver lines
Gen'l Pas. Arl Portland. Oi
G.M. POWERS, Agent, Trade street dock
UOISE & BARKER,
Kurtz & Hamilton
US COURT STHKKT.
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad
CoumictlUK at YAQU1.NA with the
VAQUJXA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FliM-claaa; In vcry re cl. The abovo
stsauifr la duo to sail from Yaqitlua
every eight daya,
Hhortat Houto itetuccn
Ilelweeo Valley Poinfs and San Francisco
Ksrc: Albany aud Points Weat to San Francisco
Hound Trip.......... .. 17.00
II. U VVALOKN. KDWI.V 8TONK,
T I. A H. A. Manager
J.TUKKKK AKeiil. Albany, Or.
In issued Tliiirsdaynntjrnlngjln time tA reailt all r ts
nf the state the mime wtjolc.
Make a sneciaitv nf nil trmnu f
bheet. Steel and Galvanized Iron
work roofing and guttering, a full
line nf Pumps and pump tlulnga.
Prompt work and reasooable prices.
U.eJcar.r.Jf ,n s.lock l,,e Fairbanks
wind mill. Call und see us before
iMviiig your order for mill or tank.
hi two lurlncniitiiliM ull lnttrUint Foreign, Natlona)
Uv galotd wit lht ortu twuuds. nIihVux
u heavy t I il4 thnTa(r "
TB luejwtat ccttalslv uiMUi..
Au Independent Associated Press Pipsr-ror tho Peu
pic. Send foi"ample free.
PHOMW WORK AND LOW PIUCES:
whsn j ttratUsMi t Use R I
hroh myUdyanJ Uwn, Ut ajl tMsleHsai
on tuv. twt
It It ItllU
sitw tkun the wnltaun four or 6 d)a,
THKjpgKNALlmsthcfujiejt reixv.of tf.erfolnui of
Hie lnublaiuraland state sjtUciu!, xwe aiindepen,
dent.ehwr and 041144 ommeat on jit public maUer.
We will shoe your horse, build or
repair your wairon or ItuplementH
Ilelnir Ucated to bUy our Patrons
have a guarantee that our work will
bo stlbfaotury. Shop 100 Chemeketa
street. Teloohone 2765. . tr
W1LUMKTTK RIVKlt DIVISION
STEAMER WM, M. HOAG,
vniui uru, nae.
Itiiunlnj lietweeii Portland and Corvallis,
Btojiijnirataltv.a,v laudlngs. '
IK)WN-Tiies.lays, Thursilays and 8uiirtsys.
leaves Corvallis a . ,0
leaves Albany., .... . 7 T tn
laos Itneua Vista a R,' w
leaves Iudeiientletice .. TT. a. tu
leaves 8alcin ..Wa. nt
Leaves Nettbers.. ... .n,so
Arrive t'ortlsuu.....,.. ...L , 4:30
UP Mondays. Weilm-sdaya ami Fridays.
Uaves rortlaiid 6 a. n
urii-a iowoerif-........ ..10.30 a. ut
leaves Balem ..... 3SU ti. ra
leaves ,Iudeendenitf. .. o.0f)i.ia
Uavea lllucim vista 7.30 p. in
Ives Albany :!0p.m
Arrlte COrrallls ,U:00 p. m
The steamer has been equipped with first
oIsm aei-ouimoJatloiis, Including an elesaut
Unaiirpsiwed for carrying both freight and
Uoukf-Kootof State street.
0. MAERTZ, Agent.
AH people aro hmb notlfieil Uiat a I
tax on Itasora of arc for nitemtHirlui'
Is now mi and oan baraid at tlm.hon I
v. fl.u. ... n mie mm uo. at High
Btrntt. opposite , Court House " EshausUon and break down Mbn
5-20-t VtMUU.uIaC Dr. IWes' Hwvint.
Oregon SI1011 Liue Railroad
Thu Pltect Route to
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Olvrt chnlee of two favorite routes, via the
I'nlttfi 1 Paritw Kast Man Uns. or ths
Itlo Oraudd hcenlc Uuea.
Look nt the thue
2i Days to Denver
3 1 Days to Chlcatto
4i Days to New York
Fr.R.'u,u.Kch,,lr Crsi Upholswred Tou
1st SWpiBK Cars, and hillman Palace
Sleepers operated on all trains.
For further Information applyato
nOISK A UAKKER. Agents. BaUta.
W. E. COMAN, Gsn'l Agcut
V. O. TKRRV.Trar. Pass. Agt