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We Know Your Trouble
Holidaus are Near
Let us Suggest a Remedy
A NICE HOUSE COAT
A RICHLY EMBROIDERED PAIR OF SUSPENDERb
A SILK AtUFFLER
A NICE UMBRELLA .". ,
A HANDSOME TIE " 'i''1
A DOZEN HANDKERCHIEFS
A HALF DOZEN SHIRTS
SET OF SHIRT STUDS
And numerous articles that will be apprec
iated because they are useful
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it U) Hlioe for ! no
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THE DA1LT JOURNAL
BV HOtPlSR UHOTHURS
MONDAY, DliO. 18, 18W.
Dally, Ono Year 83.00, In Advanoo
Dolly, row Montti $1 00. Ij KAvaaoe
Weakly, Ono Voar 01.00, In JiJvonoo
Thg Phllalelphla Aniorliuii, whwie
wlltor Wharton Parker Is Uio PopuliHt
candidate lor preddcut, vtrtuully con
fennel tlio tllorKonlxatlon and retire
.i,i ni tl.n Mlddlo-of-tlio-Ilondura, IU
a national political party. They cant
but a fraction of'uno porcont of n voto In
Ohio and tliolr existence in other shitea
is not much In evidence. In Oregon
Botialor Holt, of Jackson county, I
pushing organization. It in well under
tood at Salem that at looat part of tho
tixpeiiiea of theio Popullsta In 1WI8 win
paid by llepubllean maiianoni in order
lo keep tlielr name on tho olllclnl bal
lot. A a aharp maiiujuvor that worked
well, but it dooa not In tlio lon run on
dear a party lo tlio public, na Senator
Holt will learn to bin nallafactlou. Hut
so ono can doubt tho iutuntion oltlio
radical populUtlc, wolallatlo wln of tlio
People's party. It la to run a uckci m
1000 for all thoro In In It. Thoy aliould
bo permitted to do thl and will-do It,
and truit to luck to make morchandhio
of tome wort of all tho dupea thoy can
mother under their wing, and with tho
' alder Vundcrbllt elite;, "The people bo
4- . Monllku Holt, Young, ot ui,
havo conducted too many political hold
up! to much longer fool tho people of
Oregon. Their preiont plan uf one-ration
U to niako peoplo bollevo that
under their guidance, and by tho grace
of ono faction or other of the ltopubll
can party they canaoauro Direct Legisla
tor about a they scoured blmotalisui by
putting tho McKlnloy party In iowor.
Will not tho people Jump at tho
rthancu to aecuro reform and purllioa
lm at tliu iniro and Immaciihito liauria
Young, Holt, U'ltcit ot al.? Of coumo,
they will-Uint la a few will, perhaps
two score and ten In a thousand, or Just
onough.to U worth while to glvo them
a workhu lutoivet in the ltepuhlleaii
lie burdens to tliu lowest limit, kc-oplng
their pledged of retrenchment and re
form, tho people havo a right to retain
their sorvlces and continue such an order
of things, whether It nulla machino pol
iticians or any manager, personal in
terests or not.
The right of the tax payors to havo a
good, careful, ofllclont public service I
above that of politlclutiB ami parties. If
the tat payer doc not tnaku it o he
put a premium on extravagant parti
aushlp and pay the bill. Ho if tho
Unionists ot Douglas or Cluckumas or
any other county have tut down the
bunions of county government, thoy
should continue their organization. Hut
their orimnlwitioii should not be made
the nucleuH.of a new machine operated
by a handful of munlpulutors fur person
al puritohe. For Instance, this stato is
full of politicians whose only motlvicln
calling Democratic und Populist conven
tion Ih to gel u graft ou federal patron
age in t-uuo the ItepubllcaiiH fail to
olecta president. Their Ideas of xll
tical reforms are about a
highly develoHHl as those of the
coyote or cougar. They would steal
an oltlro by (rauils ou the ballot Willi as
little moral compunction a u starved
ilarkoy will rlllu a hourootit. This class
will bo to the front in all three parties
in a Presidential year. Thu iHoplo know
these fellows and know whut to oxioct
whenever thoy oitorutc. They know no
lolltlcal principle. Thoy ask honest
men to Ixt'Oino partisans. that they may
connubial' hetwuuu the linen.
The only other reform tnovunwnl of
fered for popular consumption, U tho
article that will bo ou lap 0 long as ga
can ho forced Into tho walking delegate
of the Multnomah Domooraqy, under
leadership of uch patriot a Napoleon
UavU, Pat Powers and tho other leader
of the uutorrllliid barroom brigade.
These gentlouien are all engaged in
the, laudable effort of 'reconstruction,"
disinfection and fumigation of the Dem
ocratic parly, to make it acceptable to
the nostril of tho rural voter who
fereathe omothlng Wide eer-gas
jwJkloi. Of course, they will auceeod,
ayadtho state will rush into tlielr arm
it loatsouj into tlio arm of It guar-
not umn that a proior
clly or county,
jrtform In no
rtMM JnNtny city or county
With no state olllcer to elect hut a
membor of the supremo Court, (and the
gouerul practice I to re-elect a good
man,) tho effort ol the machine will be
to force the election of county tickets
next Juno ou iiattonul Issues. If that
can bo effected tho Itepubllrau ticket In
Marlon county has a walkover.
The presldental election I held in
November, live month later.' The only
hearing national Inmca can possibly have
ou thu Juno election in Oregon i In the
choice of momborH of tho legislature
who choose an United Ktato mmator.
Hut even there It 1 far more Imitortaut
to get good lawmaker than sharp un
Of course, the greedy, hungry, ag
gressive, spoil element will he to the
front in tho llopubllcaii party, Just as It
I In every presidential year. The lual
for federal plunder will predominate in
the selection of the delegates to the
county convention. The fcdural oillce
holder will sit ou tho front M'at and
crack the party whip a usual.
Next to the teuatorshlp and cougre
iloual noinlnatlom, tho text-book trust
will oH)rato in securing the nomination
of county school superintendent and
member ot the legislature. An effort
will le nude to repeal the Duly text
book commission hill. At the present
price of school text book there I from
f 23,000 to t50000 a year urpu profit
to tho trust In school book, That they
will glvo up that amount of revenue,
above w hat they collect off peoplo In
other state, without a light, I not rcn
auuiblo, and the heads of families and
friend of the school might t well open
tlielr eyes to the fact. Already their
boodle U being employed la the larger
counttea and in some of the uawaper
to retain their graft ou the State of Ore
gon and to put thejr men into oillce.
Dr. Bull' Cough ttyrup I the Uet
remedy for all bronchial affections,
ll I a groat mistake to allow a cough
or cold to run en: for It mar devolon
fwrlou throat, or luuir trouble. T'ake
Dr. uuir cough wyrup at once,
Wisdom of Health
Is tho widest all wisdom. Tno quIck-
est wnv to inalto weak stomach strong,
w mage sickly people well, la lo use
Hetftter' Stomach UI iters. It Is
the best mod Id no In the world for In-
dlgcHlon, dynpeplo.nlso llyer or weak
moneys, it. cures on sumiacn ins, il
uiaKCH and keens neoole well. A
Private Ukvenue Stamp should cov
er tho neck of the bottle.
.i .a .i
JOURNAL "X RAYS."
'ICein Duller .nullit die Itocron.''
Prophf-eyof a Herman paper.
fc'omo women put first In their adept
necHat cookery their ability to roast a
A new.spupor that American rctfptct
rniiAt do something beside toaily to
The navy department hit nainol ono
of i In) new cruisers Tucomu. There will
be Irouhlenver at Seattle.
Tho X Hay man has found tho woman
who can put up a flrstclay article of
sauerkraut. lie take off ids chapcuu.
Ooin Paul's speech about Ood lielng
ou his aide i being pretty well verified
thcpodayn by'news from South Africa.
The Hlngor Hermann telegram, ten
dering supjHirt to McUride, lind the true
ring of the Hermann telegram writer,
whoever he is.
Roberts, of Utah, is n statesman of
more than nverage talont. A man who
can live iwaccably with three women I
not entirely without judgment.
Col. Alley's boom articles for Haker
City rouil better than those for Harvey
Scott for senator. Thoy may not bo
more truthful, but they are more con
sistent. Land Commissioner Hermann's friends
are hastening to say tho Washington
telegram pledging hi support to Mc
Hrlde for ecuator in 1IKX) is without
foundation. If that 1 true tho Hiigcue
Hcgitter, a Mcllrlde organ, published a
Congressman Tongue ha introduced
a bill in tho lower house and Senator
Mcilride one in tlio senate providing
for a pensioner f 8 a month for tho Indian
war veteran In tho northwest. There
aro now, It Is stated, ono thouBanu sut-
vlvors, out of seven thousand who ori
ginally enlisted, and threo hundred
wives of veterans. Any of tho Indian
war veteran who have doubts that
these gentlemen will do n much for
them as Senator Mitchell and other im
icuuiou iMilitlclaus from Oregon have
done for them for tho pant twenty years,
can write them and have all doubts
removed In a long sweet tyo-wrltten
To Curo a Cold In Ono Day
Vtk lutlve llrumu (Jalnln TsliUU All
KirUUiriiinU tho money If It fall in cure
V. (Inife'i utuattire U oil Moll l.i. A"'.
Slay Time You?
1 1 U.I should Inadvertently forget to call
uiiou you wtiiio out taking
printing don't Ih offended
nhoiiel'ilSI or dron In at
Commercial und seo about it.
thoiiel'tlSI or drop In at my olllco '.".'o
12-18 at K. T. Puewxtrr,
but ring up
jt-igbt tl8i reducing pub-'eating,
UtciiAU'a Pium) for dUtrow after
PAST WEEK OOOD.
Stem M.-ichnt Pursuing a ijucetssful
ami Conservative Commercial
What doe It?
Plenty ot good.
I lltulHL'i.nt. ftilvifrltMliiir.
The above iiuestion and answers ex
plain the excellent holiday trade Salem
merchant aro having, Uuyer are
coming long distance no avail, them
selves ot Baleiu stock and Iwrgalua,
Tine Jouhsai. would ugaln. cougrutu
lato Salem' wideawake merchant upon
their heavy trade and good business.
Thu holiday tradu I surpassing all ex
pectation, and tliu crowd In town Sat
urday mudo a perfect crush. This hap
py state ot affair i attributable to two
good cause, via, good stock and intel
Tuu Jouiisal ha advised merchants
to push tholr holiday stock and to clean
up their collectious.Ily adhering to these
Milnt they will make the year' buJ
lies that much better.
Tun Jounvu. ha decided to put out
uo holiday edition, and instead ol
soliciting ibiHluos for such, believet.it
would bo, better for luoreliant to spend
that amount in additional tniight ad
vertising in tho city press.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Uunlnes Itcmg Tunneled at the Court
Hick A Ame have commenced
action in the circuit court against U. A
Webb for the colUvtlou of JS7.80 allegiil
to lw balance due for good sold to de
fendant between May 18, 1S91 and Nov,
8, 18UI, witli f.V!.07 Interest. Hiiigham
and Adam aro attorneys for plaintiff.
UK Kim iilko.
F. W. Uurbiu sheriff to Peter Feller
Jr. 82 acres in 1 5 a r 2 w sheriff ded
of foreclosure, 11003
Nellie Drown ai(.d W. F. Drown to
the MIsMiila Orchard A Improvement
company, lota No. 13 and U In block
No. 1, in Auburn addition to Salem.
F. W. Darliin slieriff to Oa DrenUno
the west half of the Jean Oeangrau, d I
c, t r 4 w., and' to lota in St. Paul.
Meeting at tbe Opera House Addressed
By Elders of the Church.
Joe Smith, Book of Mormon, Polygamy,
Urigham Young, Bngham H. Rob
ert and Wives Left Out.
Those who went to tho opera house
Sunday afternoon with the expectation
of hearing anything like a full expla
nation of the doctrine of Mormonieni
Tho spcakor confined thnmhclvc
mainly to pleading for a fair hearing,
and to assertions that their doctrine em
bodied the one trim faith.
There was some good singing by the
elders, some of whom have excellent
voices. Probably two hundred people
including many ladles woro present.
who listened to what was Bald with the
Tho Elders seem to bo nil young men
and are a fairly intelligent looking lot.
Tho speakers were, Oscar A. Johniin
noncen, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and F. S,
I! mm well, of Parker, Idaho.
Tho first speaker recognized the fact
there Is a strong feeling against Mor
monism, and claimed that it is because
tho peoplo do not Investigate the doc
trine, so have misconception in regard
to It. Said that tho Mormons do not go
otikido of tho King James version of tlio
Ulble for their doctrine; that it is a
mistako to supposo that Mormons have
a Diblo of their own different from the
accepted version. They were seeking
only the truth and claimed to bo leach'
ing tho gospel of Christ, pure and
This speaker confined himself mainly
to generalities, hut did advanco one of
tho Ideas which seem to distinguish
Momonlsm from all other doctrines
claiming tho name of Christianity, and
which seems to sustain tho charge of
grossness und lxutstiality. That is tho
doctrine that God Is a material be
ing like n man? with all of man's pas
sions, a being, in fact, greatly resemb
ling thu gods of tho old Grecian myth
ology. Ho quoted from tho Hible in
support ot this theory, claiming that
God must have lody, parts and pas
sion like a man, or Ho could not feci
love, und It would not he true that He
created man In hi own Image.
The Mormon system of theology
should not bo judged by individuals.
Tho net guthors all kinds ot fish.
The second speaker, F. 8. Uramwell,
covered much ol tlio ground gone over
by the first, claiming thai peoplo are
prejudiced against tho Mormon faith
because they do not got their informa
tion from headquarters.
Ho enlarged upon thu idea already
advanced, of tho materiality of God's
person. Tho Diblo accounts of God's
seeing and hearing proved that He must
have natural eyes and ear. Ills shak
ing proved that He hud a mouth. He
wrote tho ten commandments on the
tablets of Meno with His linger, and the
accounts of His love and His frowning
proved that Ho had passions.
Mormons bollovo that God is u natural
being with a body like a man'; Christ
h tlio same; and tho Holy Spirit is the
mediator, between the world und tho
God-head, keeping the head god in
formed as to what i going on down
hero, Didn't even bcllovo that nugols
havo wings, but that they are exactly
Then the sneaker advanced another
idea throwing omo light iion hi claim
that the Mormon belief I drawn from
thu Diblo. That I, that it Is Impossible
to understand the doctrine of Jesus
Christ, except it bo revealed to us
through a revolution by tho Holy Spirit.
This give an opening for-Joo Smith and
the Dook of Mormon, thnueh neither
was mentioned by name.
Upon this rock the Mormon belief is
built tho doctrine of revalatlon. If
time iwrmittod, It would bo easy to
prove this to lie true, by the Hible itself.
Tho Diblo taught that the true gospel
would bo brought by an angel. This
wa true. Tho angel ha come. Tho
gospel ha lieeu brought, Mormnutsm
In a C
IK Of "'
, i l n. wim- mil
iherlff tax deed. 30.
A. K. Laltooqu to Adolph Jetle, Sr. j
one-half Interval in l acre In section
The nitrsuit of
pleoaiire U often fti
life a the pur
suit of tthe bubble
reputation even al
the camion's mouth."
!.ate hour, the
breathing of a vitiated
foal, ami irregular
rest,- must result In
tlcpletctl vt tali
There i a feclinir
languor, the appetite fail, sleep doe
Hot refiesh, life lose it interest, and
nerxousneiw or hysteria niy make IJfe
The preservation of the healthful tone
of the Inxly depend chltliy pn kpepr
ug the blood pure, and the utoraach
uml other organ of digestion ami
nutrition iu a condition of health,
When any of the above mentioned
yiiiptoui appear the timely u of
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Diwovcry
will restore the body to a healthy eoul
wise. It purifies the blood, nourishes
the nerves, and restore the deranged
stomach and it allied organs to a condi
tion of sound heulth
There u no alcohol, whisiy or other
stimulant contained In " Golden Med
ical Discovery. "
" 1 wu tumbled with very frojucnl hr.d.ch.
oftfu tvumuulcd by icvtrc roioltiujr," wtltr
MU Mr' Ull fcumraeitou, of Sn Diego, lluvat
Co.. Trxas. bowel wr Irregular u4 uy
stomach and liver Mmed coqiXiiuIIt out ul
order. Often I coutd eat aUno nothing for
tweutyfour boura at a time I waa entirely ua
61 for woik, and ray whole ayattm run dowu. 1
wa advUcd to tnr Vt Merc' Golden Medical
UUomcy and did w with auch aatiafactory re
sult that be(o dnUhlag the third bottle 1 fell
petfevtly aUe J undertake the dutlea attending
puUk Khool life I most heartily advise thos
suffering with Indigestion, and IU attendant
evil, lo gtve IhU great mtdlclne a fair trial."
liver and I
Perhaps the most remarkable thing
about the addresses given was that no
mention was made of tho founder ot tho
faith, or of Its history; that so far as the
Information given was concerned, no ouo
could have auspected that Joo Smith,
the Hook of Mormon, Polygamy,
Hrigham Young, or even Hrlgham II.
Itobcrt oyer existed.
It can be seen, however, from the two
Ideas advanced by the speakers, and
outlined above, that the door Is opened,
wido fur ju t such abuses, delusions,
grossness and immorality as arc charged
against this sect, which teems to bo
making an organized push for a foothold
iu the Northwest.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Has Saved
iimnv u life, It can always be rolled
ou to cure the dangerous croup and
whooping-cough. It kIvcs Immediate
rcller ntid should bo kept In every
home. It only costs 2Tcts- u bottle.
Tun Jouii.vai. has had many compli
ments of late, but the highest of all
came to the surface Saturday In the
form of one of its old subscribers from
western Polk county with his wife buy
ing outfits for u family of nine children
from the Salem merchants.
Catanh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the scat of the dis
ease. Catarrh Is ii b'ooo or constitu
tional disease, and In order to cure it
you must take Internal remedies.
Uall'sCutiirrh Cure Is taken Internally,
und ucts directly on the blood and
mucous surface. Hull's Catarrh
Cure Is not u m,ick medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best physic
luns In this country for years, and Is
u regular prescription. It Is to upocd
uf the best blood purifiers, acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two In
gredients Is what produces such won
derful results In curing Catarrh.
Send fur testimonials, free.
F. J. Chekky &Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hill's Family Pills arc the best.
Senator Simon has more recognition
ou senate committees than any new
senator or any western man. In justice,
to Sunator McBride it must be staled
that lie is also very well placed. Oregon
has no cause to complain,
llrnatr Hluoit Derji.
Clean blood menus a clean akin. No
beauty without It. Cascareta, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, b
ltirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body, liegm to-day to
banish pimple, boil, blotches, blackheads,
and Mint iickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascareta, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.,
Tho McKInley and Hohart ltopubll
can Club of tho htato University has
been changed to the "Varsity Hepubll
can club." That is a lower und more
meunlngless type of slang than the
-irsit wllb 704 wntUisr you eonllnar Vlfm
irrvo-klllloir labscea hsblt. NISI U-UM-r Jfffffff'l
uiofe ttidcslrCoaU)bec, "lUUrf-vg n9ajTTTT
.ul nrvoa-Ulttrs. aiMlsnlsoa ,1 1 1 V""""?",
Ins. purl&M ! blood, tJaBlk lJf
Inrs lost msahoad. -fTal wmmWTiuOIhm
jiket sou lroai-arg T Hid, 400,000
nl.lth,nrr -aIJlscicura. liuj
tail P-t1fg7g.l BNO'TO II All from
" - -JTy LBS'f our awn drarffOt.whr
", 18 1 1 llTfgV'alll vouch forni. TsSs It wllb
dggTa'M m L""wm,pUmlj,pr,litntl7 On,
""""gaVV JaV'bos.sl, usually eurMi aboiss.SIM.
vMa. ihu ssi. at 1 1 ra.
Mrs H. Churchill, Hcrlfn. Vt.. says.
'Our"baby was covered with running
s"rcs. DeWltt's Witch Hnzel Salve
cured her. "A sicclllo for piles und
skin discuses, liewure ot worthlo-s
counterfeits. Stones Drug Stores.
SALEM TILE FACTORY
Great Deduction in
Now Is the time to secure bargains.
Prices are lower now than ever iK'fore.
Choice stock of the best tile made In the
Follow ing !h the reduc d p ic 1 st :
3?nch ilia 110 00 par 1000 ft. .
4 Inch tlla 114 00 par HXO feoi.
6 Inch tlla no 00 i.er louu feet,
ft Inch tile 13100 per louo feet.
7 lueb Ilia I0 00 par lou) reel.
5 Inch Ule f-'OOU per lCu) feet.
Write for shvIu1 rates by car load lots.
.1. K, MVllVllY,
SALEM HOP BUYERS,
No. 55 State st. 'Phone No.
Hush Hiiilding, Cominercial st.
(ground lloor). Olllco 'telephone
H. J. Ottkniikiukk, Manager.
gTutTi Olllco over Udd A Hush Hank,
CAT LIN & LINN.
Olllco over Weller' giocery store.
Phono No. 211.
west of Dalrymple
floor). 'Phone No.
EDUCATIONAL AND MUSICAL.
EVA F. COX,
Teacher of Piano anil Organ,
Studie: 333 Front St.
Terms Ilea sonablo
German and French
Taught grammatically and conversat
ionally. Mrs. Pennebakcr will receive a limited
n'nmber of pupils, desiring instruction
in theso iautntae'cs, at her home, on
Church street. Theso languages were
acquired abroadby this teacher. 12-8-3m
Associate TeaclierJWeitem Conserva
tory, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Intcr-slate System, at Salem, Ore.
Over First National Kanlr. Residence
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to
12, and 2 to 5.
I now prepared lo receive a
No 417 Marlon at.
few more pupils.
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J'l'fP rOK QiTAlOGUt?
Chung Lee Co.
A fine line of holiday poocs, Chinese and Jap
anese fancy goods. Ladies' underwear and wrap
ers. Satin and silk waists, price 4.50, made to
order. Come and see our goods.
329 Commercial St. Cottle Blk.
SOUTH AND EAST
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lern Pacific Co,
h. ':T uxttp
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DIN I NO OAKS. --
Piillinnn Hr4stcln.sH and Uu,rlnr"
Inif curs uttuehed to ,,"'l
trains. Prompt connections J 7' i?"
ver, Uiualia and Chicago w tii .ft
for other eumcrn cities? "" -"Im
WEST rilDKDI VISION
IIKTWKKN HOItTI.ANI) ANU (niVv,,.
Mall trains dally exce,aS f
I'ortlanil .. As'isrV
7:U0 A M I
lbV. t' M J
M .Albany am Onrvuliw co
with trams of the u. & K, iy. fctl
1 Si UKPJSNDKNOK PASSRxopb
Kxpres. train dully except suS
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Dlrr '.t i-iinninl Ikmu .., t T
co wit i steiiiiiKhlp Hues Kir Hawim
uo i uauia,
Will advertise us
And our wares.
The Atkins Cross Cut Saws
Ktir tliruuuh tickets und rates .n
W. W. BKINNKR, Depot Wll('n
o. d uAimiiasoN'ntyv:;'
Ai-ent, 232 Comiferulul St Sal,-!,, nl
Corvallis k Eastern liailroal
2 For Ynqtiln'a:
Trul u leaves Albany .. i;(5Dlll
T'mln Iniivou r ...... ..III.. .:!"'".
Train arrives Yaqulnn '. 7:25 LT
I Returning: 'p.ni,
t Leaves Yuqulna tHX) m
T .7i -- '.iu. " 1 1 iW It in
Never fails to please;
We keep a fulijline offjthem.
7.00 a. ni
.... 11:30 h.di.
.... 12:20 n w.
5:15 p. m.
R. M. Wade &. Co. Hardware.
Estimates furnished, and work done promptly., substantially
and at honest prices.
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specialty.
T. S. BURROUGHS, 102 State St, Phone I5II
3 For Detreit:
Onejiod two connect ut Alum and
Corvallis with Southern Pacltlctialni
tfflulmi II...M, DA..ilHn . , . '.?. '.
,,,h unimmukii biunaimiu ftemi
port and adjacent benches.
Trains for the mountains arrlteit
Detroit tit noon, nivlnir ample titue
to reach cam n In if urounds nn h,.
Ilreltenbush and Sunllniu river Hit
T K. A P. A.
L. M. KIRK,
64. 00, St. 08
Grain Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, BuildingMnterial.
Lime, Oment, Plaster etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
' 'T Prompt and varolii 'attention given -to tho .delivery olfgooils lo
of the citv.
MANHOOD RESTORED STcgV-fiK"!;: YSXT,
by utl.ful nora.'wa,w ue of .tlmulanu wlTlct. I4
aAl. Sr 'naanlty. Can be carnl In ?St ickc ? 1 rir .
.ZZ.A., V '-" '" Prepaw. Clreular free. A lldruralsta Take A
no otlicr. ManufsclurcJ bv ih pi. Mrwiri Slcl J .,?5"c s
.".KUBimNBIUBIl, r0TLANO. Okccon
FOIt SALE JJY D. J. FRY. SALEM, OREGON.
1 1. in,!
a n. in.
Mat u r
Salt l.aka, Oonrer
til jr. Ht.Cf
Walla Walla. Hiniksuu, Minna
"Wills, HI. I'anl. DiiliitU. Mil
waukee Chicago snil it.
Hall vVcrjr.nv days.
To Aatnrla ami way liinJiim,
. W1L1MSIKTTK KIVKII
rnriiaiui, ntwittte au.l wr
TiiMlay. Thurstay ami eatunlay al .W a.
luiuluy WtstuMlay auJ frlilajr ai lO.tUi. b.
WILLAMETTE R1VEK I11VISI0F -Dally
boiu to Portland as above
Transfers to street car line st Oreg t"liJ
if the steamers are delayeJ there nl
tnptlckcUto all joints In Uregua Witkij
ten, or Callfoml a. Connection made at h tt
laml with all rail, ocean am rii hue
W. II. HUKUiUKI.
Cen'l Pas. Aat. I'erllsM. (H,
POWERS. Agent, Trade street
A CO- Olllco over Johnson'
Clothing store, in Hutb- llreynmn
T A LTVESLEY & 0O
Commea-ial st. Second stulr south
Is now acknowledged the richest gold Field in the
world. Oregon has iiist as profitable mines. One of
the surest sources qf profit is to save a little on your
daily purchases, and for this purpase our store lis a
ycucti v-iipc iMUine. ,
FINEST GROCERIES, LOWEST PRICES AND MOST
PROMPT SERVICE IN TOWN.
HARRITT St LAmRBNCE
OLD I08TOl"KICE OKOCKRV,
tsiSt- l 'r Ajenf.
W v JL
SCtVKSIWIt TO XWKUBMAN- A KOOKK8
;You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
mrmmmmmmmmmim-, ' nun utiesexcepiion tue turuuxu
""'llllllllllllinilllllmH aW trains qf the Uurllntou Ib'ute
t.-arts aituoL inyanubly weu-nuw-The
exception Is our St Paul
Uhlcaitu Limited. Ou the liuill-
E3Uiero is usually room and to
of Ladd A
room 18, J
Wholesale Fruits, Pro.)uce, etc
Salem, Oregou. 0fllce; Iiuur
anco tdock. 'Phone POl. Ware
honse, at Wallace warehouse.
Fine Wines, Liquors, CiGnRsI
218 COMMERCIAL STREET,
160 STATE STREET.
ICniirtnnui (runlmani n ti -i mC0 "il lrsi (-..n
. . .. VH... i.v,, v mi LIIIICIK. T t Jm L.VJI lit, -.1,h.WI
llllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllll,,,,,! ' W.l...
""""I "1 1 1 U I U 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
"'L V LT 9 lwMa.-a1 Tlaj.i.. I A k . . A -.. . .
vniwtnu- 'WHS. L, UAIUY
. ... . r . proouc per- . .. u..n.- ...o.,, c..i
Uuya dried fruits ami tKitntiva lor
lltt valid store wheat, oats
other uraiu. Huv ijlat(H. Al! H. j. v v.
do chopping and eleaning. 2J0 ( , p?5Tn,P !J?-,V!iv.MJlr3r Kri4r
P,,,...Viln V Pl,n,... 7Ri .n...1?." A-O-l hall. Stat. Ids. U.U
Don't Inrer that It -Is neither
so Mne. nor uo ftts-t, us AN train
nf ANY other line between M.
Paul and Chlcigo. On the e-p?
trury, (hero la no more beaut fill
train In-Anierle. It has electric
llht, ste-tni heat, wldevetibul
the most sa.U.factory dinlm.'C4
mrvlca on the continent md
lower berth 'or everybody,
Umi'I Aept. Portland O
! bcolt llofnh. C. t, W. A. Noorea. elerk. nSi
Bottled Beer; jR, D. GIBSON,
nuncul benefit ttid do ot rc-act ou the
mj ., wire gCUlaC lAUilTV,
PCRttaTltHa Of AMKRIOA
IXMiit SberaCKsl ForM Kit.
il.hl. In 1tM... I.l.b .. &,,.
ron swey u i: Jr Free city delivery,
KtinerA Beck.Succesior to SouthSal
li uarlfttWeetedbe.rw bo filled
tUa. f k A..L. S."'",?!"' Keptoncoia orn
pi oncoia titora.
St.te street, uearrulruaU ' Kieintrtf
ta meats. lv tta'ruiii ar I V ! 'b
treats la tow