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xniavc some odd lots in Mackintoshes to
clean up and will for all of next week give
yoii, a, chance to buy a coat as good as the
best for the price of the cheapest
Interfere with tlio notion of every or-
imn of tho body Constipation brings
headaches belching, nervousness, In
somnia, bllousnesfi, dynpcpeln and
liver and kidney troubles. HoHct
tcr'o Stuninch Hitters cure these and
Is the best friend the human stomach
has, and If yonrs Is weak, don't fall to
Klvc :t a trial It will cure you See
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en the neck of tlio bolllo
WATCH THIS SPACE
a m. Jonnson & Go.
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
TUB IMILi JOURNAL
BY HOITBR BROTHKHS
FIUDAY, NOV. 10, 18TO.
Dally, One Tear 93.00, In Advance
Dally, Tout Months 91 00, In Idvanoo
Weakly, Ona Year 01.00, In iidvanoo
THE PRINCIPLE OF REbPONSI
BILITY TO THE PEOPLE.
Dan W. Tarploy )mn called the Re
publican city primaries to nominate u
candldalo for alderman In each ward.
These candidates will lw the candidates
of the Republican parly, nnd If elected
will bo under the political control of
that party, or ratlior of the machine 'of
that party In this city. It is right over
(his matter of nomination that tlio
trouble atiout city government creeps
In. All t)iu ox pan son of Mr. Tarploy
and bis city committee, all thu oxH)nses
of the Itepublican primary, all the
money used to nominate and elect those
party .candidates, and all the money
usediby tlio machine III the future, will
Imyejto bo made back out of the city
government. That Is uot all; I ho ma
rhino onco again lu control of the city
government, will lino the olico nnd fire
department and every oillolal or
lorson connected with the city adminis
tration lo control city primaries and elec
tions to control the county nomina
tions and evun to elect delegates to state
and congressional conventions, And all
the ex (looses of these operations timet
coirio out of the city pay rolls nnd bills
allowed by the council. That Is why
scores of cases were worked up under
former city administrations nnd made
cases against the county, to run both
the city and county In debt, to pay the
campaign expvuses of the machine the
locfcot money of the push. Now this
is all very plain and familiar and ex
plains why former city administrations
made up from ten to thirty state canes a
mouth against the county, nnd the pics
coadministration inukes almost none
judge roportlnu; no stale cases for Octo
Iht. The present city administration, In
cluding the mayor, recorder, marshal
and live Cltliens' Union aldermen, were
not nominated by the party machine.
They were nominated simply as the
candidates of the OltWen's movement,
nnd under no obligation to make eases,
or collect money to fen I tlio
That u el'' government so nominated
und elected, free from inaohlnu control,
subject to no pull from any boaa or the
party strikers and ward heelers, can
run the city ooverumeut for less money,
can tayoff debts, can lower taxes, and
ran Hurtle subitantinl Improvements,
can Ixi jjhown to an absolute certainty
In thu capital of Oregon by the (acts for
the past year. Now this Is no porsonul
rellectlon upon the gentleman compris
ing the Itepublican machine. Dan Tar
pley mid the Itepublican city committee
reprcrcnttha antiquated npoll system,
of partisanship for revenue. The ('ill
kciis' Union represent nou-iartisanship
in municipal affairs, business ndmlnis
tratlon,and modern progressive fl nanclcr
log, not fyr any beneficiaries of govern
ment, but for the taxpayer. The push
stands for extravagance, the Citizen's
Union stands for economy and good
The peoplo of each of the four wards
should exert themselves without regard
to party lines to bring out and nominate
u cition's candidate. If they Icavo the
machine to name ncandidato for them
they have already lost control of the sit
uation. If this were a Democratic city, or
a l'opullst city, the duty of the citlren
would bo exactly the same.
Only push candidates will Is) nomina
ted at a party primary. Tlio jieoplo
who pay the taxes have the right to
nominate men who will stand against
tlio cnuuWatlou of property. The right
of the peoplo to nominate must I hi
maintained, ami thereby maintain the
Tho Dost Prouoripnonr or runlnrln
ClillUaiuI favor ln holtlo of (IiuitknTantk
tiMM (Jiiii.i, 'I woo. It I liuuly linn suit
(lulnlnclii k lmtolo.1 fnriii. No I'litr, mi ear.
Price We. 7-17 it .Vw 4in
Abraham Illch has the thanks of this
paragrapher for a lot of line early cab
bage plants. We are happy.
J. W. Smith low just been eleeted
governor of Maryland on the Democratic
ticket. Iluf where aro the "17 other
Archbishop Ireland 'Is lo lecture at
Hiilom. Ho would receive n warm wel
come, as he is nu advocate of sound
It is a pleasure to say that Mesdames
rSimmous, Hhippnud Ilaynonro among
tho South Halem fair sex who excell in
Grandma Taylor of the Avenue green
houses hnsn most lienutlful collection of
chrysanthemums nnd nit lovers of this
charming fall llower should attend her
free show this week.
A little (l-year-old who had heard
of storm rubbers frequently, cau
tioned her mother thu other day, w Idle
buying some rublsirs to he sure and not
get anything but "thunder rubbers."
When the record shonsthat since
18IW the Itoers have maintained a
Republican form of government and
have not engaged in laud-grabbing, who
shall justify Kngland in grabbing those
city in bringing up cases which must
necessarily bo thrown out of court for
lack of posittvo legal evldenco to convict.
No matter what tho Individual opin
ion may. be on the main question of
gambling, all who have had exnet lenco
knoA- thnt It is extremely difficult to'
obtain a conviction In all such cases.
Playing a game of cards and uing chips
as counters is not an offense against any
law. A looker-on at a game may know
to a dead moral certainty that tho chips
represent money, but when he Is put
upon the witness stand under oath, he
finds thnt Jio does not know It quite so
positively ns ho thought he did. Tho
proprietor of tho place and tho partici
pants in the game can not be made t
criminate themselves. Tho result
ally Is that when such cases nre brought
into court they usually fall down, tit tho
expense of tho taxpayer. I
If uny private citlren of Salem cares'
to do so, ho Is In nu Infinitely better1
iostlloii to get evidence against any
gambling establishment that may he
running than are the city officials.
So if J. W. Smith and 47 other tax
payers have nny legal evidenco to pro-
iliico, it is hoicd thnt they will not
remain longer behind tho prcsqnt veil
"So you've Det up a hired girl" said
farmer Muchland to his son. "Your
had a hired
and raised a
girl indeed I
Look at your
never look like her, worn out lu her
lu the partnership of marriagi
eive twice as much as men. T
equal work, and they give themselves,
t mmt TIa
EDUCATIONAL AND MUSICAL.
llow Ara Tour Kidney r
Or Itotli'liaraiius I'llltcure all kidney 111. Ram
(to free. Add Hvcrllm UetocdjCu.CblcimocrN.V
Burnt Cork Artists,
Beach d Mowers Famous Miimtrols arc
nil first class llnrut Cork artists and will
give tho theatre goers of this city, ono
of the best minstrel performances ever
seen hero. Tlio company comprise the
very best comedians, nccrob.its and pan
tnminoartistH in the profession. Seats
aro selling rapidly, and from the box
sheet the indications are n pae d
lll'.KOIIAM'H 1'iu.h for Stomach
Olive Scluelncr on the War.
Olive Schreluer has written n strong
protest against war, observing that it
will be a stain iism Knglaiitl's honor
that centuries will not wash out. She
"Let Kngloud clearly understand what
war in South Africa means. The largest
empire the world has ever seen will
hurl Its full force against n small slate,
and alioiit !I0,000 men, Including lads of
sixteen and old men of sixty, without a
standing army or organized commissa-
rlat. Thu entire little people will have
to resolve itself into nu army of wives
and daughters who will prepare the
bread and meat tho farmers put into
their saddlebags when they go out to
meet their enemies. Today tho women
In the Transvaal aru dttmundluu gnus,
that they may take their part in the last
"We may crush this little people with
thu aid of thu Australians and the
Canadians, since tho British Isles seem
unable to crush tliem alone. We have
numbers and wealth nu our side; they
have the conviction that their Clod
lights with them. Our's Is a olltielan's
war, thelr's Isu iieople's, but with our
vast resources we must literally crush
them. They may well sell their lives
denrlv. At n eONt of tuimlv nr tlilrtv
I millions, and of a heavy lom among our
soldiers, we may take tho land and lower
tho little Hag of his Independence, go
dear to tho lloer, but wo shall havo
placed a stain upon our own that the
)olitlcal centuilus will not wash out."
TUB MTrl.K FILIPINO,
With a nig around his middle
An' a basket on his head,
An' u mess n, rico for dinner,
An a scrap o' mat for lied,
An' iiyntlur ctgafcutu
I'orto nutiiway his cure,
He has till an' he has notliln'
Like a bloomlu' millionaire.
lie's a cross between a Tngal
An' a Malay an' a don;
Such a red-hot mixture domino
Isn't found the world upon;
An his vices, which aro many
Hear the old time Spanish brand,
An' his virtues where're nny,
.Moit explode as they expand.
Hut he's'generous an' pollleful
In his house o' leaves an' twigs;
He Is fond o' shows an' music
An ' playing lottery gigs i
In religion he's n Christian,
Tlio' he holds a private view
That his little wooden idols
AIho know a thing or two.
Ilu'su jolly little Is'gKiir
If you only take him right,
aw uoiiouiii. whatever
He's n good tin' in a light;
With o hop mi' skip advauclii'
'Twns u siuht to see his jags
Sliootln' off his Ihjws ami errors
'lliilusttheMaxliiisau' the Krugs.
So lie easy with him; let us,
Kind or heart and calm o' brain,
Think ' what tho oor cuss suffered
I'roin three hundred years of Spain,
Lift him, teach him uu' befriend him
An' tiorluips some future day
He will march brigaded with us
At the carvln' ' Cathay
Private Will Stokiw.
Scrofula, a Vile
Scrofula is the limit obstinate of blood
;roubles, nnd Is often tho remit of an
nlierlted taint in the blood. 8. S. S.
s tho only remedy which goes deep
mough to reach Scrofula; It forces out
nery truce of tho disease, and cures
.he worst cases.
My son, OlmrllF. wnaoflllctfd from Infarct?
rltli Hcrofiilft.niiil li aunVreilao that It wai
uiiMIl toilrci lilm
or Hires years. Ills
inul and Uxljr wore a
'iiimii of lorn, anil lid
'ji'iOylil nlt'i Urn me
ifTirk'd. No trratiimnt
us h pa red Hint i
.InillL'lit would relieve
lilm, but lie Kn'W vuraet Vj
J li 1 11 liU oiinilllliiii aV. X,
iHlc-d iltlnlile. 1 ImdKfl
iiin. uri.inirvu vi turn '.-49myf JV-i
iit Im-Imu ciirrd. when ri Tk-lf I l'k',fr
tyllicniUlroiif afrloml k
e ijave hint B. . 8. 'i
.Hwlfl'MfirwcllhO. A ile.
tilled liiiiiniveinent wa tin rcult,and aflei
le had taken n iloten Uitilej. nu one who knew
if hla former dreadful condition would have
d'ooKiiUrd lilm. All the lore on hla bod
lave healed, hla akin la perfectly clear and
luiooth, and he hat lieen realored to perfe.it
liratth. Mm. H MaHnr,
WO Klin St., Macon, Ua.
For real blood troubles it is a wnstu
pf time to expect a euro from thu doe-
jiioou ttiseases are ueyoml their
their very life. Children come. No
chance for rest, work must go on. In
flammation, ulceration, debilitating
drains and female weakness, undermine
the health and shock the nervous system.
In a few years the woman U worn out.
Women who hare used Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription say that they can
do their own work and keep their
strength and good looks. It cures in
flammation, ulceration, female weaknesa
and unhealthy drains.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter, free of charge.
" About two year ago my health became very
poor from female weakneu ami trouble urco
fiar to my Kit In fact I waa ao weak and feeble
that I wat able to do but little work," write
Mr. Joule M. Gueaa, of Dalleyton, Cullman Co ,
Ala. " I decided to buy it a bottle or two of
Dr. Pierce' Favorite rreacriptlon and sire It a
trial I took two bottle of the ' Favorite Pre
scription' and one vial of the 'Pellet,' and
Iheoe proved to be all I needed I felt (tout and
well after taking Or. Pierce' medicine and have
been dolnx ray work with more aatUfactlon
than 1 had ever felt before "
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, sent free on receipt of statu)
to defray expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for paper-bound edi
tion, or 31 stamps for cloth. Address
Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buflalo, N. Y.
Associate Teacher Western Conseiva-1
tory, Kansas City, Mo , rtF'"entInB
the Interstate System, si Saltm, Ore.
Over First National Hank. Residence ,
376 Church street. Studio hours -9 to
J2VA JF. COX,
Teacher of Piano anil Organ,
REV. ADOLPH EBERLE,
I'aitor of the 'German t.utherau church, will
crive lermna in primer and higher
rieao call at retldenco oti?il itreet.
ALL INTrftKStED IN (MOD MUSICAL
MACS WCLOOMC AT TBI STUDIO.
Teacher of Piano nnd C
Salem, Oregon, t
flludlo D'Arcr IlulMlne, Itoom 10, IT
Corvallis k Eastern RailroSd
Piano nnd Organ classes and H eht
Studio nt 478 Front st.
MIm Phclton haa studied with mo for two
yearn and haa been Tory conaclentlona and auc
leeafnlln horwork. bile Is very talented a an
executant and aa a teacher. Iter nnplla lire both
technically and theoretically woll trained and
It In with plcaatiro and pride that I recommend
MIm Bheltoli a a teacher or piano iiinnlr.
10'11-lm Mna. Doctor
2 For Yaqulea:
Train leaves Albanv M.e
Train leaves Corvallis.... r.E,,a'
la now prepared to receive a few more punlis.
No 417 Marlon it. lu
jrABLISHD 38S. ,
Decker to Hang.
Ciiii'Aoo, Nov. 10. August A. Decker,
wife murderer, Is under sentencetohang
?r . . Or . . . d'
(JZtmUau ((JUMiWzedJ lt?ax?&
sfrfD rox QtTAiootj? '
gr- fi e,i
I X Vi"ftA
To Curo LnUrlppo In Two Days
IiVv Uixatlio llroino Onlniun Tablet. All
iltiiKill.li. refund the iiiiiney if It f.Tll to mire
r.. n . iinnii iiiniiiiru la mi eavli li
J. I). Hrldgcs, Kdltor
Lancaster, N. 11., says
CoUullCllrU lH tlio liesL rumedv fur
urmip I ever used. "Immediately re
lluves nnd uuros. It prevents con
Hiiiiplloii. Stotius DrugMttire.
we ! kwa
reaches all tleep-scnted cases which
)tlter remedies havo no effect upon. It
the only blood remedy guaranteed
purely vegotable, nnd contains no pot
h, mercury, or other mineral.
Hooks mailed free to any address by
3wifi riiioolllc Cv., Atlanta, Ga.
Portland, Nov. 0. Wheat
51 ft 50 Walla Walla.6lc. to 55.
Flour Portland, f.'l.00 to 3.25. Super
lino 12.15 per bbl.
Oat White 3435c, grey 33 to 31c.
Hay Timothy 9T1 1.00 per ton.
Hops 7llc; old crop 5 & Oc.
Wool Valley. 1213c: Eastern Or
egon. 8lle Alohalr, 27 30.
Mlllstuff Itnin, (17; shorts, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed. 1.300 to 4.00
liens 4 to 4.50, turkeys, live, 12llc. I
Kifgs Oregon, 21 to 22Wc insr do..
Hitles Green. salted(K) lbs. HClOc.unile
(K) lbs, 7Q8)i ; sheep pelts, 15020c. I
Onions 1 to l'c.
liutter Best dairy, 23(335; fancy
creamery, COc to C5c per roll, store 37,'tf
Potatoes 50 to (We per cental.
Hears Heavy dressed fie to (Die i
Mutton Drossed.OJe to 7c er ioiitid.
lleef Steers. 3.o0l4.00; cows, $3.00
3.W) dresswl, Iwof tljtf to 7U
Veal dressed, 808)0.
Wheat 13 pounds anil over tile.
Wool 10c, Rlohalr 30c.
Hops 0 to 10c.
Hurley 45to 55c.
Oats 25 and 27
Hay Haled, cheat $7.00., Timothy
Millstuffs bran $13.00 shorts $15.00
HoifS dressed. 514c.
Live cattle Steers 3,cows21 to
Dresstnl Veal UJtfc.
liutter Dairy lojccro ainery 2'.V.
Poultry lions 7 to 8 cents.
The bfst in the west:
Tbe University CoIIeg? of Miisic
now in session.
Faculty of seven superior teachers.
In wholesale lots $3.00 retail
When you stttdv music you should havo the very best Instruction obtainable
is n saving of time and money. Phono 2910 for cataloguo, or atiurees,
FRANCESCO SELKY, Dean, Salem, Oregon.
inter-state conservatory of ausic.
Mrs. Ella finders Willman
Over First National Dank.
Classes in Piano Torte playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio liners from II to 12 ami 2 to 5.
TWO FINK NEW PIANOS IN STUDR) FOlP
USE OF PUPILS.
r.enves Vnnlilnn -
Leaves Corvallis ."I'lii' ta
Arrives Albany .12-asn 5
3 For Detreit: ""P.tn.
Leaves Albany, j ,, 7.ino
Arrives Detroit...... ... llwJ'S!
4 Returning: 'Ma.ta.
Leaves Detroit i2:2r,n
Airlves Albany t B-ts S" S
OLcaves Albany (wS'm
Arrives Corvallis o-kji K S
SLeaves Corvallis 0:40 Si S
Arrives Albany 7:26a in'
Ono and two connect nt Albanv nnii
Corvallis with Kouthcrn Paeltlc tia?n,
giving direct service tmnd from New:
port nnd udjuccnt benches.
No. 0 runs from Albany toCorvaliu
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday
No. C runs from Corvallis to Alban.
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Trains for the mountains nrru..
Detroit ut noon, giving ample time
to reach camping grounds on the
Hroltcnbuah und Santlam river ii..
It. U WAI.DEN
J. TUHNEH ARcnt,
WILIaMETTK niVEIt DIVISION
Leaves Salem nt 7 a, m. for Portland
aud way landings overy Tuesday
Tliursday nnd Saturday.
Tho atcamor has been equipped Willi tint,
clau accommodation!, Inclimfng an clettnt
Unsiirpasacd for rarrylna; both frp Ight ,n,i
Dock-Foot of State atrrct.
KD. N. EOK8 Awnt.
Salt lJike, Denver Ft. Worth
umana, nanaaa illy, Ut
Lotlla.Uhlrago and Eaat,
Walla Walla, Upokane, Sllmie
aiHilla, Bt. I'anl, Dulnth, Jill
wanWee L'htcaco and eaut.
For Han Fratirlaoo,
Hall every aBOa)a.
To Aatorla ami way l-nmllnea,
I'ortland, ewllcrT and way
I p. m
t P. m.
lain laltr at
I p. m.
CASH ( Feb. 14, 1900,
Sending Stiliicribers to
Self Culture Magazine
Two Hundred anil Fifty Dollars to tho
I agent sending lu the largest list $150.00
' rn iif on rwi ircivi iiinA M...1 ....
fiu.vn, Ti,,vu, tlii.w, Jli.w, nu. I ouuil,
a total of 511 Cash awards; ami in ad
dition very large commission will be
given, making tlio most liberal pmpos-
Send for full particulars and free equip-
rroiitaolo work for intelliitent
Dr. II II. Iluden, Summit, Ala.,
says, "1 think Ktslol Dyspepsia Cure!
M u splendid medicine." It dlgcsU
what you eat and quickly cures dys
pepsin mid Indigestion, Stones Drug)
Send two references.
Tub Wkiinkk Comj-asv,
Of) BIST OREGON WEEKLY J OO'S
IMucatoVour llowsla Ullli t'uicarat.
Candy Cathartic, euro conatliiulloa
19o,ki. If a 00 uU,UruKlurfunil
Not a Peoplo's War.
InhlsoddruM at the city hall the
Democrallo oamlldate for governor, o(
Mnssauhusutts, brought out a point that
It Is well to emphaslte. He showed
(hat thu war to free Culm was a people's
war and that thu eoplo of this country
forced MoKinloy, much against his will,
to permit it, anil that the war now going
on in thu Philippines Is a war that Mo
Kinloy was eager to enter upon and
about which the xtple were not eon
sulletl. The ureut syndicate. seeitiL' u
chance to reap riches fndu tho cheap
imxiroi .kia, nroiiuiii iui their iuiiuem
to Hr in finor ol thu Phihunino war.
They ure still tho greatest supisirters o(
it They were thu greatest opsiueuts
of ttie war l free t'uba.
1 114 hy Drult avto-wher.
I fito Ouanpaiur. Wuns, fa.
I began using PIso's Cure 13 1
years ago, and believe it saved
me from consumption. Mychlld
is subject to Croup. PIso's Cure
always relieves him. Mrs. B. I
CRAHDELL, Mannsvlllc, Ky
uiy cxti, 1999,
AND 47 OTHKRS.
The City Authorities Ate Anxious ttt See
The eonimuutcnttou signed "J. W.
Smith and W other taxpayers,"
which oaine to Major llishop, through
the malls anil was referred by the coun
cil to the ways and means committee,
has aroused considerably activity lu oill
Thu coiuiuulcatlon charged that tho
cigar store of thu city are merely masks
for gambling establishments, and asked
Unit tho oily marshal le coniollctl to
City Itvconler Judah, Marshal (llbsou
anil Chairman Qrlswold, o thu wavH
mid means committee, uru trying to.
Ilnd the slgnur of thu communication, i
Tiiey have so far been uuablu lu IihkiIu
either 4. W. Smith or the "17 other
Chairman Una wold mailed, a letter lo '
J, W, Smith, Wednesday morning, r
uesting him to call ut bis place of biui
He), bill, mi far, litis revolved no re-
KeiHiivlitr Jndtih has puhll-ho.1 a
notiio, which will Imfouinl in our waul
column, asking th pyrtwu signing
himself 'J. V. giuttjt ami other
taxiuyers" to call. Morshall (llbsou is
alo trying to Hud thu imriy In uuno.
f riiero aenis,however, In bo n mystery
,couucvtcd with tho individual, and for
wime reason ho w Mies to remain lu. the
I The city authorllieasjiy that Jf J. W.
jSuutb.or ii taxvayers, or any rtvpon.
siblel tuirvy, who knows of gambllug
, guing on in (he city and has vtdctuv
thai will vonvM ihegiUlt;' istrttos, will
'come tu tlit Irout. stlmy will 7uku hold
(ol thetiH at oncu ami pnvM'cutu it !
Iheeinl. Hut lley do not wish In run
Uiu big bill of tixjtiiM against lh
is issued Tliiirdiiyiionilug In llmu In reuiji till pi is
of thu state the same week.
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Hleecninierated on all trains.
For further information applyito
HOIHK A ItAUKKIt, Agents, Halem.
V. K. COMAN, Oen'l Aiienl
(1. O. TKIIKY, Trav. I'ass. Ant
. laiTlilid St. I'ortland
0.00 a ni
,10 a. 111.
"Aienlay, Thnrwlay and Hatnrday at
Molidny Wednesday nnd Friday at IU.D
WILLAMETTE RIVER D1VISION.
Datly boats to Portlaud ss above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Cit
if the steamers are delayed there ouull
trip tickets to all points In Oregon, WshIo.
Ion, or California. Connectionmade at Pott
land with all rail, ocean and river line
W. II. IIUKLUUKT.
(len'l Pas. Act. Portland, Dr.
O. M. POWERS. Agent, Tude street docl
110ISE & BARKUU,
When peunle are contemolMlnt' a trin
whether on business or pleasure, th'.y natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safety Is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconmn Central Lines are
paid to kerve the public and our trains are
operated so as to make clo.e connections
tin diverging lines at nil junction points.
Pnllmin Palace Sleoeine and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car setvlce unexcelled, Meals
a U Carte.
In order to obtain this first-dun service.
ask the ticket agent to tell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CBNTHAl LINKS
and you will make dtrert connections a
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any lurlher Infoimatlon call on any
ticket agent or correspond with
General I'ass, Agent.
a. Hi! a ri nri '
246 Stark btreet,
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SrKSTA ROJTE
Southern Pacific Co
7100 r m
aXTSKXS TRAINS RUN DAIIV '.
Portland. ..Ar (0:16 am
S'OO P M
2.00 A U
7-55 A m
At. San Francisco . Lv
Ugden ... .Ar
Ar . . . . Omaha
Ar .... Chicago ....Lv
Ar. ..Los Angcle...Ar
Ar. . New Orleans. . .Ar
6,30 t M
9.35 r m
2.35 r u
S.40 A W
Pullman first-class and tourist sleeping carl
attached to all through tralnr. Tourist cart
through to Chicago without change.
ROSKBURO MAIL, -DAlLV.
U.'3o A M ) Lt. .TTortTand .".Af
5.MPW) Ar... Koseburg..Lv
4:30 P t
1 50. r m
BKTWIRN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS,
wM Halm dally exceut Sunday.
7o A M
Lv... .Portland.. Ar
Ar.... Corvallis.. Lr
Canadian Pacific Ry
All itultipoiulout Asstmluttd PresilStl'er fur I lie IVo.
pie. bend fni Kimplea free
ThkJqijknai. haj Hie fullewt rcistrLtif lljc dyliiwa of
Urn legWliuu.ro atubstnte timclal-i,'u4 welbas iinleten
.lent, clear Hid concise omiiuiut rtu all public manors,
SmmiiI 11 trial ubcrlptluu.
j Denver 4 Rio Grande IL B.
OF THE WORLD.
, Tlw FnvniLe Traiueonunental Route Uetween
the.Siitthwe.tauilll llm, Kan.
I Dtt ia ,)f r i It i it Through the Famou
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY
l AH'1. f'm,r Boutes rUit of
i itteUo and Denrer.
i rA." I1"? rntel day top-tr In the
rA"Jtfu t,,,,., or aiOttheri telwn Oaten
J IVMryr IVrtoaally conduetrtl ITouriii x.
Oaiaiu, Kansas Cm, $t. Log
ClliaaO AND THK liUST.
!-' tU .ml i'f !oraiUon regrdin
2;,i1i'.t,c- ur W""lptlv ad5riIilS
vSSffiii . J" . l Oregon lUllwail J
Soo Pacific Line.
Lowest rates- Best service
To nnd from all points
Kust and Kuropo.
Tl.o ...I.. II
""' iiiio running tnrougii
m j rj , SU'auI,
Royal Mail Steamship Lino
to Japan nnd Chlnn.
Canadian and Australian
Meamahip Line to
I s.'5 r m
I 120 P M
Corvallii nwnfri u it
ulna of the C. & E. Ry.
KXrRKta TRAIN DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY.
4.'SO P M )
Lv ...Portland... Ari 8
Lv. . . . McMinnvtlle Lv M
Ar Independence Lv
I B.-2S ,
Liirect connections t ban
steamship nn f, HAWAII, IAPAN,
i-iiiixa, UtE 1'lIII.m'INES and AUS
For through tickets and rates call o- W.
roerclal st Saltm Or.
UABRltLSON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com
R. KOERLEk, Managei,
C.MARK1IAM G. F. &P. A. Portlani
For mtea aud information
O. M. LOCKWOOD
11 ti .. . Airent. Salem Ore
H. A bolt, Auont Portland.
L J.Ooyle, A.U.P A, Vancouver U.C.
8. K. HOOFER.
1 Wiuh. 8L IViiiUnd Or
Oailv Stage Line to
M'COY AND PERRYOALE.
For Paweneera and Rajrgane; also
larcela aud orders promptly at
tended to Salem olllci '
Old Postoflice Stables,
J. II, Woolley. Prop. 1040ml
a Lower Berth.
With one exception the through
trains or tho Hurllnton Route
are almost Inyanubly well-tilled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Cbicatro Limited. On the limited
tbero la usually room aud to
Don't Infer that It Is neither
so line, nor so fast, as ANY train
of ANY other Hue between St.
Paul and Chlcatro. On the con
trary, there Is do more beautiful
train la America. It has electric
llfht, ate tin heat, wide vestibule
H19 moit satisfactory dlolntf-cA
3,rvco oa Did oialtnant ind
lower berth for everybody,
Ujo'I Aant, IMrtUiid.O
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