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AT LESS THAN
NOT ALL SIZES
BUT ALL SIZES
IN ALL KINDS,
IN SOME KIND.
THE HOP MARKET,
What the Mails Bring About
Very Critical' Situation.
any degreo below choice qualities are to T Tia.V'A &lSO r606lHJ
abnormally low that growers cannot ac ,
cent them without not only an entire mended. tlieSG meCU.-
A bliielCcnpo root, extra good length a good scrvlcnbln coot, ami C 1
regular! vnlito W'--
AuTiil-wool Tricot, iloiiblo breasted, box coats with vohet collnr, or IT "3 Q C
tac coat, regular fS.60 values sit utJJ
A few sizes left In tnn, brown nml checked, double breasted Ixix coats, velvet
collar nud extra length Jcoats, uro bargalnH nt J7.W) mid $8, our rcg- CC JC
Ulai' prices for them; now going nt . ... . wju -J
6. ik. Johnson & go.
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
TUB m JOURNAL
BY HOKW BHOTHBRS
SATUUDAY, NOV. 23, 1800.
Dally, OiwYcar 93.00, In Advanoo
,Oally, Toui Monttn $1 00. lit a.dvrnnoe
WesWy, One Yoar $1.00, In Advanoo
Tlmt Confronts the Man Who ii lloth
a. liuyer and a Seller,
-Kixtoh Jouii.val Itscoms to me we
have reached n condition an a nation, or
even as a Rtato or county which would
cause any patriotic cltlrcu who lovea
juatlcu and eiiia)lty to auk himself the
(mention : Where will all this had 1 In
tho hratof political campaign) wo are
apt to attribute all the Ills wu suffer
from U tho opM)sito party and to take it
for granted that tho one wo belong to
would chnnga all those things ashy
magic, could it only win u victory and
hold In its hands for n season, tho sov
, ercign power of legislation. Hut hi olir
cooler moments wo realize that more
than tho party liaino to which our ollle-
''era answer must bo changed before
anything like Ideal conditions, or oven
averagely satisfactory ones can exist. 1
think wu may take It for granted that all
who aro not directly interested In n
financial way, either actual or prospoe
live, In tho present administration, will
admit that for tho great body of the
people "prosjierlty, has not only failed
to route, but that conditions nru harder
than they were last ear.
Let us reason In n maimer that up
I teals to all: Tanner Jones comes to
Falom one curly morning in November,
I HUH, for tho purpose of trade and tralle.
lie brings with him for rale, 25 bushels
of wheat, 200 pounds ot potatoes, some
butter and some rggs. Driving to one
of our grocery stores, he llnds that
butter and eggs hold to their usual
prices and lie feels encouraged that
prosperity has brought so much to him.
lint on purchasing some staple groceries,
ho It told that there has Won a slight
rise in price due to increased cost of
transportation, or to the fact that times
aro better. Wondering why the rise in
prices does not extend to ills produce,
lie offers his potatoes for salu and Is told
that )ccau80 of an overproduction of
lotutocs ho must sell for a lower price
han usual, lie can part with them, II
choice, nt 20 cents n bushel.
Bo turning sadly away, he drives to
tho mill to sell his wheut, and tluds
that it Is worth from lie hHSe per
bushel, and then wishing to puielinse
oiue Hour ho llnds that owing to the
coining of prosperity, it too, has risen
ltiprlie. Still lieuildereil that his to
years of stalwart steadfast ltopuhlioau
Ism bus left him in this condition, he
goes to ono of our splendid rostuuronU
for a dinner which formorl.v cost him
loo, and is told that on iuuniuiiI of the
rl) In prices, meal have gone up I 20c
u pli.cv.tlf iu the afteruooiijhe desires to
puivhuso some beef to take home, ho Is
told by the butcher that nuttlu aro so
high that ho must pa) mi increased
prico lor wheat, Tho .butcher may ir
may not know that tho heavy hand ot
Mr. Armour weighs down the scales mid
makes the farmers plcee'of beef llghttr
for tho pricH tliau It would bo oilier
wise, If lr, Jones shiHild need tome haul
waro for use u his rutin, he is told by
the dealer, that tin. has been .piltc ,
rise In prices. JJo then goes thought
fully homeward onderlng over tho
things that be, and dovislng menus for
making two blades of nil kinds of pro
duce grow where one before has grown,
so that he may keep pace vvitli pros
perity and high price. But lie can't
keep from thinking his party has not
kept faith with him, and that
Its boasted protection to lnlkr does
not balance equally lietweeii man and
Ho may be so far devoid of veneration
for tho present regime, as to think that
with 100,000 men in tlio army and a
foreign war being carried on, his food
products ought to go upward Instead
of down-ward in prico, and that tho
magic wiiud ot prosperity ought to
touch, at some point, his laborious lifo
and bring around his hearthstone soniu
of tho roseate joys that troop with
progress mid plenty.
Those are conditions ami rclloctlons
that come alike to all, which aro unde
niable facts, and not oil lor the ravings of
lougdialrod populism, the pig-headed
objections of unleiirnable "democracy,"
nor the reckless denunciations of a dis
appointed and sore-headed Republican
ism, The thoughtful citizen can but ho
Hoyo that neither tho Almighty nor ac
cident, is tho cause of these conditions,
but rather that something Is radically
wrong through the fault of some one,
and that a change, n remedy, and a re
formation Is "a consummation de
voutly to he wished," If I can cause
somo citizen to relied and to study his
surroundings in a purely business way.
the object of this paHr will bo practic
ally accomplished, mid one step, though
small it bo, taken towards the dawn of
that age when mau-hood and ability
and not p irtlxuu political steal nor tho
accident of descent, will ho the stand
ard for tho leadership and civic trust.
English Orowers are Squealing at
Bear Combination Against
New York Maiket.
N. Y. Journal Jk Bulletin Nor. 17.
Uuslness was (pilto generally roixirled
as having been on smaller scale in the
interior, and operations hero were ox
tronicly tamo. Thero was rumor of 12
a 12JJc having been paid in the Interior
for exceptionally ilno quality States, but
that prico Is not easily realized Iicre.
Tho bulk of business In fact Is at prices
on a. lino with 10 & lie for prlmo
equality, States or Pacifies,
Lato in tho day It was reported that
heavy purchases were made on tho l'n
ciflc Coast, Including over .1,000 bales of
do co Bononin at 10 Co U?c uy one
New York firm.
The domestic receipts nud exerts and
Imiwrls (foreign) of hops at New York
compare ns follows!
Weekending Nov. 14..
Corresp' week last year
Hlneo Sept. 1, 1JWU
Snmo time last vcar
Now York, 1809 choice ..
New York, 'IW prlmo ..,.
Now York '09 common
New York, '08 choice
Now York '1)8 prlmo
N. Y. Htoto '1)8 low to ined
Pacific Coast 1809, choice ... .
Pacific Coast, '01) prime ....
Pacific Coast '09 common
Pacific Coast '08 choice . ...
Pacific Coast '08 low to medium
Pacific Coast, olds
Oorman, crop '09, to arrive.. .
I m (it's Kxpt's
To Curo Lntlrlppo In Two Days
ukp Uuullvn llrumo Qulutno Talilott. All
uwxl.u roTo'iil lh munrr if ll (ilia id mir
. W. Opivh'h atiuaturo la oa mcIi Lux J.V
MARION COUNTY MATTUH8
Uuslness Ueing Transacted at the Court
James llordon, administrator of the
ostatoof Anna Clordon, deceased, hu
HUM his final account. Tho time fixed
(or hearing is Saturday, IKvuiiiIhm 30,
at 10 a. in.
In tliu mutter of tho estate of J. 1..
I'arrlsh, deceased, tho enmity Judge, lint
appointed John dray, John II. I.ewh
and Daniel J. Pry, to act as appnilsert
lu pruHirlng a reort on eertuln proHir
ty belouglui; to the estate.
i. tj, A.llovvlli)', ladmliiUlmtor, lu
John Miller, BO acres of the Putin lqet
d I c, WOO.
J, I). A. IJovvlby, trustee, to Mis. .
C. Dyer, half of lot 3, all of lot -J, tier
vals, f 100.
J. M. II row ii and wife to M K, Dt
Quire, mi interest lu lots 1, I, 7 and H
block 2, Woodburui also lot 18, In
Promt's addition to Sllvertou, JIM),
Kvu li. Ijindrum to Geo. NullMtrt, lot
7 and 8, block 2, hi Stuytmi's addition
to Stay ton, f 150.
Margaret Aston to V. H. Sliaw, foui
acres lu t ll h r 2 west, f200,
W. V Curtis, trustee, to tho Curtis
Litiuber l'onistii.v, tHiO acres lu Mai Ion
eon n ty i 1.
Oru Lena (Ksirge und husband to Ha
K. Utudrum, lots 7 and S hlork -. btav
tin's iiilditiiin t bia.vton, f I.
Woman's Best Wend
WrU Worst Enemy
HHaM Msasssnss iIPbWK 4 I v Bfs tjt LSl? tHsrBBBasWBk
I'ltOllt'OKIt'H I'lllfK CUIIIIKNT, NOV. 11.
Kocolpts for week . .. . 3,482 bales
Hocolpts from Bopt. 1 12,812 bales
Ksisirts to Kuropo for week 1,013 bales
Kxports from Sept 1 3,531 bales
Imports for week 300 bales
ImiHirts from Sept. 1 . . . . 1,0(39 bales
The local market remains in about the
same condition as was reported a week
ago. Tho trade does not expend as
much as would naturally be expected at
this season of thu year. Prowers lire
taking on more stock than they did lust
month but are still operating very con
servatively and the demand Is of a more
selective character. This is probably
to the fact that thu crop this year is a
very a mixed one, with preponderance
of a weak moldy and jKiorly picked
lots. We do not hear of exporters
mnklng nny iiiirchases here, but they
aro taking somo lots in tho Interior, nud
this receipts Include nearly 1,000 bales
in transit for export, over 700 bales
arriving from tho Pacific Coast.
Tho relative scarcity of strictly choice
hops holds the value of such steady, but
nearly n'.l other qualities lean in buyers
favor, especially tho now grade '09s and
nearly all sorts of yearlings and old olds.
Advices from tho interior of this state
report fair business, at 12 to l!k- for
shlpisirs, lO'j013c, for prime brewers'
hops, and 801Oe for common to fair
grades Ituther more doing cm tho Pa
cific const In range of D0UJjU vvitli low
er grades showing mold, down to 70
7luc. I.uto cables resirt no change In
tho Knglish or Gorman markets.
State, .1899. choice ... .11 015
Slute, 1899, ordinary to prlmo 0 013
State, 1898, gotsl to prime .10 011
State, 1898, common . .. 7 00
Slate, 1807, common to gois! 5 08
Pacific Coast, 1891 15 C(
Pacific Coast, 1899, ordinary
to prime 10 013)6
Pacific Coast. 1898. eliolco .. 12
Pacific Coast, 1898, common
to prime 8 011
Pacific Coast, 1897 5 08
State or Pacific Const, old olds 2 0 5
Wutervlllo, N. Y. Times, Nov. J7.
The market remains steady at 10 to lie
for tho lsist grades and 8 to2y for the
mediums, and they are moving oft
gradually at those prices. Among lato
sales an;. Tompkins und (liblioits 129
bales ntUV. Dan'l O'Toole 50 at 11c,
Win. Conger estate 39 at 9H Meno
Thomas 10 8c, Prank Katou 5 and 0'vc
and many other lots at pricesas alsive
and majority, however, at lOe.
surrender of profit, but with an ad nils
b Ion of loss, which tho clrcumrtances
cannot bo said to Justify.
For admitting the correctness of the
official returns of tho crop, and even
allowing for the production of a heavier
weight than Is given by them, thero
does not appear nny sufficient reason for
tho depression of prices which has been
aimed at by merchants during the ivist
week. I nm glad to learn that somo
growers aro making a firm stand against
this "bearing" policy. Such offers have
been in many cases declined, mid if
planters will contlmio lu this course I
think tho establishment of a stronger
tono must result. Assuming for the
purpose of argument, thnt the 1899 crop
oven exceeds tho official figures, und
that It totals ns much as 700,000c nt., I
cannot find oven in this ikwIUoii any
fondatlon for the panic that buyers evi
dently desire to create.
Tho consumption this year will cer
tainly not bo less than tho figures
named above. These requirements
must be provided by tho present yield,
ns thero nre no old hops available.
Therefore, if wo had only to deal w 1th
our own crop) there Is no possible reas
on why tho whole of It should not be
taken by consumers nt prices which
would bo satisfactory to growors. Wo
cannot however, Ignoro the fact of im
ports of foreign hops and tho main con
sideration therefore is centered in tho
probate supplies from tho Kuroean
and American plantations.
Demand great preparations
in botllli Alrlca has
ts own needs nud
thu contestants in Salem who expect to
succeed must eat the Dcst staple tool
and fruits as sold by llrausou A Itagau.
cines to my friends
who suffered from
LnOilpnc, dcsltoys thousands of
people. It may bu quickly cured by
One Minute Cough Cure, tlmt pro
duces Immediate results In coughs
colds und tluo.it and lung troubles.
It will prevent consumption. .Stone's
You never know what, will fellow
constipation. Keep the liver clean by
using Do Witts Little IOarly Risers
und you will avoid trouble. They arc
ruinous for liver und IkiwcI troubles,
Some Hop Movements.
Herren & I-ovy yesterday received 102
bales of hops from Iudeeudunce.
Jacks, Carmlchael A Co., received 98
bales of hops from Independence, pin-
chased from Murphy.
Knber A Niece received 09 bales of
hops fiom F. 11. Dultclt of Fairfield,
Forty-elglt boles of hopswero rccoiud
from tho DieU yard nt the .. P. Dojsit
Sam Wolfer, of Aurora, has sold 17
bales of hops to 11. J Miller utO'v
"i a trmililml Tor three vtnr with ulcera
tion nI female weakneM and my doctor (cave me
hut Utile relief" write Mr. Uilu Hunter, ol
Altenloii St fmhCo Mo "Iwaiiaclvertle
raenl In the paper of Vr IMerce'a Tatorlte Pre
acriptloti 1 liegan Hie imcoril ahout a yearnpo
I took live hottiei of II, and one liottleof C.ohleti
Medical I)locry and my health N heller now
than ll wnaforjear I have nlo recommended
Ihew medicine to nnic of my friend, who ant",
frreit from female weakneM, and good result
luue followed "
The greatest advertisement of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription nre the
women who hnve used It and been cured
by it. It Is not a common " cure-nil."
It has n single purpose, the cure of dis
eases jicculiar to women, and this pur
)Kse it accomplishes thoroughly and per
manently. There is no alcohol, or opium, or other
narcotic contained in Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription. Such a claim cannot
be truthfully made for any other prepara
tion put up specially for women mid on
sale nt the medicine stores. Accept no
livery sick or Riling woman is Invited
to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free of
clinrge. Uvcry letter Is held as strictly
private and sacredly confidential All
answers are sent in sealed envelopes,
bearing no advertising or other printed
matter tiou them. Address Dr. K. V.
Pierce, lluflulo, N. Y.
Ocrman Market Nmemberi'.
riio condition of tlje market is dl
tlnetly progressive. A week ago ad
vanced vallum to thu extent of quite
10s per owl. vveiu established, and hnve
bten well maintained during the last
few days. II rowers uro buying freely fm
home consumption, and the oxiort de
mand has Ik'oii falily active. Sales have
averaged (rum 1,UM to 4,BC i bales per
week, so that the tono of the trade Is a
present very firm, with sou.o tendency
toward a general Improvement in prices
Tho enuso of this upward movement 1
doubtless traceublo to tho searvity of
choice sumplvN, as although the total
yield ot the crop Is more than sulllcieui
f r I he requirements of the consumers,
the largo proportion of inferior ho
limits the selection, mid buyers are
therefore naturally anxious to score good
patvola while they uro within reach. It
is not unlikely that an Important quan
tity of tho lowest grades may remain in
tho bunds of holders, unless, indeed, as
the season advances, tho nessities of
consumers should couih.1 them to buy,
when they would to forced into the
market (or qualities they uro now neg
lecting. The future developments are,
however, purely speculative, mid wo can
only at pieeeut bo content with the
promising nvpoct of uffairs us we rind
always leaves the lungs
weak. Weak lungs are
breeding grounds for the
germs that cause consump
often follows pneumonia.
If you have had pneumonia,
the germs of consumption
are at work. Don't let
them get a foothold. Begin
at once and take
it will drive out the germs
by making the lungs stronger
than they are.
yx. nj f i ., alt tlrufibu.
on a woman's fc nun tier
beamy and dwlroi L.-r
good nature Ii uniiu lr
fur tocitly and lidwi-v lur
Portland, Nov. 25 Wheat valloy
51 52 Walla Walla,51e. to 52.
Flour Portland, $2.75 to 3.C0. Super
fine $'.'.15 cr bbl.
Oat White 31035c, grey 33 to 3te.
Hoy Timothy 0Qf 11.00 per ion.
Hops 7010c; old crop 5 0 Oc.
Wool Valley. 12013c: Eastern Or
egon, 80 He Mohair, 27 0 30.
Millstuff Jlraii, $17; shorts, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.00 to 3.50
Ileus I to 4.60, turkeys, live, 12Jii:ic.
Kggs Oregon, 275 to 30c per do.
Hides Groen,Biilted 00 lbs, 809c.uiuUv
00 lbs, 7i4&Sl4; sheep jielts, 15020c.
Onions 1 to l'c.
llutter Itest dairy, 23035; fancy
creamery, 50e to 55e per roll, store 37)6
Potatoes 15 to 60e er cental.
Hogs Heavy dressed 6o to 0c,
Mutton Dressed,0Je to 7c tier pound.
Iteef Steers. $3,500$ 1.00; cows, $3.00
$3.50 dressed, beef 0J$ to 7
Veal dressed, 0J8)c.
Wheat 5H iioiinds und over 4le.
Wool lllc, Mohufr30c.
Hurley 35 to 3S.
Oats 2(1 0 2Sc.
Hay Paled, cheat $8.00., Timothy
Flour In wholesale lots $3.00 retail
Mlllstuffs bran $13.00 shorts $15.00
Hogs dressed, 5)c.
Mvo cuttle Steers 3'cows Vi lo 3.
Sheep 2.500 $3.
Dresseil Veal 0)ie.
llutter Dairy lfleereutnery 22c.
Poultry Chickens (1 to 7c, Turkeys 10
to 1 Ic,
, Potatoes 25 to.SOc.
Associate Teacher Western Conseiva- '
tory, Kansas City, Mo , representing
the Inter-itate System, ai Salem, Ore.
Over First National Hanlr. Residence
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to
EVA IT. COX,
Teacher of Piano anil Organ,
SIGHT It KAMXa.
Studie: 333 Front ft.
all isrirnxstrri in oooo MttstoAL Wonx
MADC WXLCOHK AT Tllf STUDIO, 0
Teacher of Piano and
Htudlo D'Arcjr HulMlnir, lloom 10,
Honra-9 to 12 a. m,i 2 to 5 p. in,
Piano and Organ classes and 8 uht
Studio at 478 Front st.
MIm Bhclton htm studied wltli mo for two
years and liaa boen rery roitacle ntlons and aau
((fwfutln her work, blio t very tnlcntrd na an
executant ami m a lonelier. Ilor nuplla nrn Ijotti
technically and theoretically well trained and
It 1 with pleasure and prido Out 1 recmniend
Minn micium as a leacuer ni iimno miinie,
t now nr nared to recelio a few more nunlta.
Mnrlon st. le-ra
No 417 Marlon st.
.. - . .
,.? 7 J . ,. . . P
sffy'o roi QiTAtecu: '
The bpst in the west:
The Oniuepsify CoIIeg? of. Miisic
now in session.
Faculty of seven superior teachers.
When you study music you should hno tho very best instruction obtainable
is a saving of time and money. Phono 2910 for cataloguo, or nddrass,
FKANCKSCO SKLKY, Dean, Salem, Oregon.
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Effa finders Willman
Over First National Itnnk.
Classes in Piano Foe playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio hours from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5.
TWO FINE NEW PIANOS IN STUD TO FOlf
USE OF PUPILS.
.-. . , . feJ-l -tvt.
Corvallis k Eastern Hailroad
2 For Ynqulna:
Train leaves Albany .... w
Train leaves Uorvallls f:i?p-,u.
Train arrives Yuqulna " 0:E
1 Returning: "-P-tu.
Leaves Yaqulna 7Kln.
Leaves Corvallis i iiX-.
Arrives Albany iM:.;LJMi
3 For Detreit: " P. tu.
Leaves Albany 7.!ft
Arrives Detroit i :!'6
4 Ueturnlng: "'Ms.ra.
Loaves Detroit i9.
A.rlvcs Albany.... ' rH'1".
OLcavcs Albany..... ... ' nS'1".
Arrives Corvaflh . u:H'tu'
5Lcavc8 CorvalUs fi'.ln,
Arrives Albany i'.zl--
Ono nnd two connect at AlhTn. ,.ml
Corvallis with Southern K,cc?fn?fd
giving direct scrvlso t3 ,,"
port and atljucont benches. "
No. 0 runs rrnui Albany to Corvalil.
onIouduya, Wednesdays and Pridi,,
No. 5 runs from Corvallis to aim
KS T,,urMky " aS &
Trains for tho mountains arrive,.
Detroit at noon, giving ample'lf"
i? .r.cnCK' fan"lnK (-'rounds' on ffi
llreitenbush and Santlum river hi
samoday. tr ,ht
II. U VAf.KN, KDWW STONI,
J.TtillNKIl AtciH. Albanr.Orl"""
VVIfXAMKTTK IWVKK DIVISION
Leaves Salem at 7 a. m. for Porting
nud way landings every Tuesd,,
Thursday nnd Saturday. ','
ThosU-amer han been .equipped with ni
C.lM?o ccommo,Ullo" IntluAfiiB an "le,u
Uns'iirpawcd for carrying bolh rrclitil
paaactiKers. ,l" "I
Ilockr-Foot of State street.
UKrAHTI TIME SCHKOULK.
ron Krom I'ortlanU.
8 p. m,l
S p 111.
iu p, m
SALEM HOP BUYERS,
No. 55 State st. 'Phone No.
It a tiarmltullqukluarrasi.
ct l lx free from iiJ, caua
Ika or noiton. tthUh will i
ioa uipciHuoua hair fti
lha ucaorlxxlyln lluro niliiutMMiihoul lha alllnr
pain, Injury or tnconvcnlcnct II y uccauonal
jilkallont lha hair follKltaara pamuntnlly cradkt
td IryitanJ you will b pica w J with n.ull.
Iltglily cuJoikJ by h "I'nlltJ butri llralih
Snl atcurtty kUJ In plain rM fr $1 oa
AU crrtponlfiK in chatgt of ladict jnj ttr
liurr lioif J at wuicJIy coaltdtnlUt
bnit yvur onlcr now No waiter hat othr
rtmcJjr you nuy Ua liicj if au an duuill),
ll ll ttUrnl yoii hav not ukJ lfllatlaa.
Mv IjtL lit Al.l. In Iliiiti rAn,.UlHB ILi.
of my iutkicllJ luiUt citamt and oihrr h) gUulc J
camplraion prepanuoui maiUd free, Wilici I
S3 DUANC STRKr. tiW YORK
WM lilt WN &C0
Hush lluildlng, Commercial st.
(ground lloor). Olllco telephono
The Orient Insurance Co.,
Olf HAR'l'KOKD, CONN,
hiirjilus to Policy Holders 1,:U4,0IU.
Will insure you against loss by (ire; for terms enquire of
THOMAS BOLTON, Resident Agent.
Journal Oflice. Salem, Ore.
Sail Lake., Ilenvcr l. Worth
V"?.t"l.. . ""?? .. .W W
iaiu Btyui;Bu aou r.aat,
Walla Walls. Hiokane. JUiihJ
apolli, tit, Paul, Duliith, MIW
"u-v ivLt(u mn viiTii.
For Han Krauclaou,
To Astoria ami way hmillum.
I'ortlntul, NowterK "J war
Tnewlay, Jlinrwlay ami Catunlay at COO a.n.
Sluiuluy vVedneailay nud Friday at lO.Wa. u.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Dally hosts to Portland as shore.
Transfers to street enr line at Oreg Gtj
if the steamers are delayed there otttid
trip tickets to all polnu In Oregon, Wikln .
ton, or California. Connection made at FVirt
land with all rail, ocean andrivtrllsef
CJen'l Pas. Apt. Portland. Or,
CM. POWERS, Agent, Trade street dock
IIOISE & BARKER,
II. J. OrrKMiKUiKit, Muunger.
Olllco over Iuld it llush lUnk,
Phono No. IU1.
FA DISK & NEIS.
Albany A Buleiii. Stilein olllcu,
222 Commercial st. (ground tloorj
Neckormuii!- A: Rogers' bldg.
Phbno No. 1121. Ollleos. New
York and Imdou.
llurrovvs lllwk, Com
CATLIN & LINN.
Olllco over Weller's gtoeery store.
'Phone No. 211.
P AVNE '& TI LLS()N."
One door west of Dalrymplu's
store (grouiui noon, riione Mi.
X CO. Olllco over Johnson's
Clothing store, iu Hush Hruymnu
T A LIVESLICY'&CO
Commercial st. Second stair south
of I .mid tV Hush bunk; room 18,
uiislaln.. 'I'liouu r-'U.
Growers can make bip; money out of new Strawberries.
100 strong plants will produce 5000 plants if put out
now besides about half a crop. I have plants of
TENNESSEE, At'KINLEY, RUBY, IDEAL, DOUBLE CROPPER,
DOWNINGS PRIDE, SAUNDERS, SHUCKLESS,
CERVERA, DU MAURIER.
Send for free catalog descriptive of varieties and culture
E. HOFER, Salem, Ore.
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SHASTA RO'JTE
JtXSSUS TUAlNS RUN DAILY '
9 MS f
M ) Ar. San
Salem .... Ar.
Wholcsulo Pruits, Prixluco, etc.
i Salem, Oregon. Olllco; Insur
ance block. 'Phono isjl. Vai
house, at Wullnco viarvhouse.
Otters tru vvlers cluilc- or the folh w t
ing iiiutes east They aro till fa uuuk
icoiiIii attract i r
i) 11, & N , vlu Oducn ami Denver-
Sliastll Ittlllto vlu Siieriinipnlii O,.
den and Denver. i
ftiluisHi tltiuto v a Sucrainentii. HHiR. . nA FY
A. M. HUMPHREY it CO.
ltuy and store wheat, oats nml
other grain. Iluy jwtatm's. Also
do cho)ilug and cleaning. 2T0
Commercial st. "Phono 27(M.
HIE FINEST LINE OF ROCKERS AND
FANCY CHAIRS EVER IN SALEM EX
WAS NEVER BETTER DONE THAN BY
US, AND OUR LINE OF MOULDINGS
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postoffice.
mOP NOTCH T T
I OK I'KKKKCTIO.V IV QUALITV AND I I
-1- LOW NOTCTi
In honest nrices for honest LTindx. Tiiat'mn.i ,.,. .. i
that's tho renson ve sell more goods every year. iViu't
fall to see us. '
HARRITT Sl LAO)RBNCE
OLU I'OaTOFFICK OltOCEKY.
5;o5 p m
6.43 A M
8'IS P M
4.15 r m
7-55 A m
Ar Ogden... Ar
Ar Denver. , Lv
Ar .... Omaha .... Ar
Ar .... Chicago ....Lv
Ar. ..Los Angele...Ar
Ar... El Paso .... Ar
Ar....Fort Worth.. .,Ar
Ar.. New Orleans. ..Ar
I OIJSERVATION CARS,
1'ullmsn lirit-clais and tourist JeeiMng cl
attached to all throuch traini. Touriitcui
through to Chicago without change.
KOSEBUKQ MAIL. DAILY.
..Ar i 4 -30 r
Lv i 1 50.T 1
H.'3o AM) Ly. . . Portland"
5.'2ofmi Ar .. Roseburc,.
BKTWHKN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mall trains daily ejsceiit Sunday.
7V a M I Ly. . . . Portland . . Ar I 5 50 r ii
1 1 .'55 f m I Ar. . . .Corvallli. . Lv f 1 soru
At Albany and Corvallli con cci ."IT
rains of the C & ERy.
KXPRKSg TRAIN DAILY KXCEPT SUNOAY.I
8 25 AM
730 p mV
Lv ...Portland... Ar
Ar Independence X.V
Ail 8 S A
Lv) 4 50 Al
Direct connection at ban rrancisco wilb
steamship lines fi II V WA1I, IAPAN.
CHINA. I1IEPIIII.LIPINES and AUS
For through tickets and rates call en W.
W. SKINNER, Depot Agent, w 0' D.
GAtlRIfcLSON City hcket Agent, 23 Com-nu-rcUl
st Salem Or
H. KUhilLER, Marici
C.MARK1IAM G. F. &P. A. I'ortlan
j English Maiket.
' Lujiulln tu Maik Una Ksprw.
j Tho protent condition of tho llorottgh
Hop market Is most uinnttsluoiory ttj
growers and Utolr factors. "What Is
j the cause ot it?" U a question that Is
continually being uskel, and ns jet can
not bo easily answered. Uusiiioss is
practically In susimnse, us it Is iuiH-
Iblo to bring tho ideas of value held by
1 wljoro ami buyers Into tuvnrd. Tim of-
M ilor K. Albornucrnuo.
A dutlv llnocirthmuuli PULLMAN
PALACE- and TOUKIST SLRKP
KUS, Sau Fratiolsoi nnd I.os Anec
leitoChlcuKti tills Is
The Short Line!
f rnni southern Call'ornln
To the East.
Apply to tho au
! N,, O S, L , ikv
At Wallace warehouse Salem. '
Itiivs dried fruits and potatoes for
!. J. V. V.
Faltni Camn No, IIS. Mrttasverr FrlJarvu.
UK.7 30.rn ,lUtl VY- hall. 8uU In-. bLlf.
,4i lUxcorlti. C. C . VV. A. Moore, clerk, room
. It. Moon Uk ,
TOKUSTKHa Oif AMLCKIOA. ,
(Vurt 8hrool FtMtM No, li. UrtU Frklar ,
Htuhta In Tumr Dock. C. Mellon. C. It A. L,
jDonscr. U U-ljft
RED FRONT LIVERY
auenUuf tho O. It.
& N,. O S, L , Southorn PaviUe. or
the ilnderslLriit'd. for folders nml
Itlesurlptlve literature, I
i J .1 tlUUKIIRILV I
(3,.'rinv,i. ni.!,. IVVaalUrkor Vtriutt linn fu lx iauaadhl
fer made for any jmnvls vvhicli im- 111 riuUand eiX ' Uio
J V-1N.I,CD,; fsr-8f tms
,u nt 1 nu. iJdie and family 1
PAGE & STEPHENS
Best Rigs Tor Commercial Men.
Stable In earn block Hutrl 7UUoieltb.
ami comfortable rlt lor
driiivs- a t-Ultf. Uon
wtm u uay, wttr or luomn ana avrt of tali.
; faction (uarauiMO. W.im
Ha morpniun or uptuB
ruxaw vuhb All faiu
r. uii.i .....
All residents of Salem aro hereby noti
fied not to permit any old paper, 6.v,
dust, broVen-glass, old bottles, crockery,
nails or other substance to be thrown
upon the public streets or alleys. Sec
Uon 35 of City Ordinance No. 2031m
poses a fine of from 5 to 50 for such
offence, and the same will bo strictly
J- P. Frimell,
iMiul lna or victims.
a Lower Berth.
With one exception the thrount.
trains of tho HurllnRton R-ute
aro almost Invariably well-tilled.
The exception Is our St- raul;
Chicago Limited. On the limited
thero Is usually room aud W
Don't infer that It sis neither
so floe, nor so fast, as ANY train
or ANY other line between SU
Paul and Qulcago. On the codj
trary, there la no more beautiful
tralu lo America. It has electric
Unlit, steim heat, wide vestibules
the most satisfactory dlnlnu-ca,
service on the continent and
lower berth for everybody,
A. U. SHELDON
Uea'l Apeot, Portland O