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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
WBDNKHDAY, MAY 23, 18.
OnffTVK Ct.ttVKUAi Pre Kirn
THOB,r BAYARIi Jkxrrtnry "I "
14. . Paim.1 f lt,tt, Secretary of Trwi . :
W.T Vila. Kecretnry of the Inwjv..
W. 0, Kmwcorr MecreUry "f
W. C. WiTmriW Mecretsrjr nf r.n-
I). ML IHCKimww Poet Master Oen-. .'
A, ST. GAMJIKM. Attorney Oenpn.,
Monntso H. Waitb chief Justin
Bute of Orgs.
J: 5: rater
JHiroKB Hkmwakj -.Cotwresemiiti
SvLVmrrr.u PwmovjtK..-- Oowi
MO.W. MCBHIr. secreinrr oimau
LW, Vtd ..UlTrwMioier
L B. Mc-Kinor Sunt. Pub. Instruction
Piukk r. Rakkk fttote I'rtntT
H.M. hthaxak 1
Wm. I. Iximk V Hupreme Jndc-
W. W. Thatk J
Tklr Jb4Mi1 M(riet.
K. P. -. -. JHdre
9m. W. Mew PrortcnMnf AMorm-j
J. A. IIOWKY V lale
J. if. IMMKK J
J. T. CMMOO .1
H. LATMAK-, -
W. h. OlI.VBK
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KD. ftuHHJk UepUIT
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T. ('. Miiaw County .lml-;
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U. 1'. l4TPMMtlf,i Wieep InHjM i
01 lr of SalrM.
.. J. MlJHI't'V
A.H. MciB 1st Ward
iim. Wli.l.MtfH 1st Ward
Oo. (ii.mw(i and Wnnl
U. LAPoNKliml Wnnl
V. W. Hkiunkk Hrd Ward
Km. IUmn till Wnrd
O.N. llirrromth Wnnl 1
J. ttrmrKI.Ktt . Ilwnriti-i.
Jamhi Umn... ....... .Marshal.
w. T. Hm.t TriiiHiiriM
lino. O. IIiniuiam Atinmi.
ft H. CHUHHIM....Ctilvr KliglnwrH. F. I
I'. S. Offlrer.
Ja. Walton If. K rnmiiillonf
JUMtfll Al.HKur..Mlk,'iiHl Hrvl I li.nci
PROHIBITION COUNTY TICKET,
I'liOF. (I. M. .Ml M.Kit.
T. K. CAMI'ltKl.li,
It. K. ItAMI'
I)It. A. (. KINNUY.
T V DAVKNI'OHT
.1 I) DAIIUY,
J (1 KIIKUIIAUT,
AliKX TIIOM P.SOX.
V I HAY,
VI UGH, II KIUI)
W 'I' VAX WOY,
.1 I) IIUHKr,
1' A I'tmi),
, W It MAUIC1W,
' HENRY SCHOMAKER,
TV Mni Mkik IVure!
Ko. 260 Comnierelil St.
Al S if m M (i UHfr
OK MOrf NOVICK
"lit ud li Live I'u'nl
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
. General Painters,
KuNminers, Pn)ter Hnpn mi
wtU Mtatw Mumut klWntiua.
iob til U4a(waC ta wr Dm
List of Property is
t. Mtem, 8 mile eortof Sllvertonj 11000.
1 M0 Hero, on !f " oulttraUoti, snwll
Sum iTiflfWMl, IX ! ftom pwt
1. ) natm,no cn In cultivation, good
bull(liif, t per wore.
S. nerm, U aoroi In onltlVBtlmi, moll
7. srreii, iM-rai In cultivation, mall
lioune, 1H mlleii from Salem; IIOjO; cue
dmr Italit timber, goml Jiwhw, good or
ohiiM, mile from railroad; few.
10. 6S0O-iMOcrem 180 acre In oiiHH-atlon,
two orolianla, 8 mllea from Salem.
11. l!S0ao-8T8 acre, gwncraa In cultivation,
WHaliee IWIll timuer, o iiiuw iiom
IB. riW-Waere,aoo acraa In eiiltlvqtlon,
one liftlf mile from iteamlKmt land-
11. tnlfiK'iter acre. 1(0 a!roK.Bowl liotMe,?
room. (ToeMl itani, one half mile from
18. i jmr how, :B0 homw, gmnl limue mnl
IT. HI iicrtw. 2 inlka from miom, W lr
Hero, m Horea In ctiltlvnttoli.
lit. !K0 Rcie. 911,000. nil cultlvatetl, line
JO. 0 H(Uk, 1T0 nrrt In cilltlvntloii, Kood
oicjinnl mid biilliUliiio, W.
!M. UWiicrtw, iillculthiiteil; aroo.
91. llitiifunnd lot on Commorelnl St.; ..
t .tVlnrrn,lWiicriciiltlviiUMl, 1.100 irume
lm, f pwHfli lrH, ftm Kr Irctw,
'. Klncrtw, ono luilf In (niHlMitloii,S"J.
Ji. IliHiiiituil bit In Hnlcm; $)XW.
:). 11()uk:iiikI lot In StiU'in; MX).
31. ft) njriM of fruit land, : NX iiilltw IroiOu-
loin; fftJ per aero.
W. lm IuIk In Hll er trills clly; $K mvli.
M, HUiu'km, H'i In milttVMtloii, $! per aero.
.11, St) iicrtw, IM In cultlVHtldn, Kd lm-
.IT, 10 itortwol fruit lioid, i mllun fnnii Sn-
!H 'JM iiortw, 1W mlltw from llnmnxvllle,
II iiorHei In cultlviillon, Kd build
. T atrw. nil ctilllVHlml, with bulldluwM,
Ijf iiiutM imiu twieiu; jnni.
10. JlmiwnilJ'lMllliSloni (ouiihUii; $-U.
II. iAVmirwionlllvHiBil Utnd. ltlibulldlmpi,
I nine iroiu -Niim; kixii.
It, ItM aortw culth aled liuiil. without
wrw ciiiiunitni itiiiii, wiuioiii
illldliifK.oue mile from Ailam iot
It. MMH4Ma,(Mi mile from Halem; IIH& pr
II. W Korea. 1W inlliw from SHleui.onn Iwlf
In eMjUslUuti; !,
II lAto on 0tltMl trt(, at from ltl. to
I, M nw.fi, ) mile ifrotn JIm; NTS por
IT. WiMrttkall tUiH iriHhl uniofauUIVH
THE OREGON LAND COMPANY
,l buying nu MlliuKl.KiateAnir:'mt.ke i.a.itv in xhowiiu muremuiiv'nrmt-
rtr In Mm bo o IUI. oOlv in
Capital Lumbering Company!
MAM'rAlTl KKKS OK AM I'KAI.KItS IN
Every Yariotv of km Limib.
Dressed and . Undressed.
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
SALEM' - - - - OREGON
FOR SALE or RENT!
ao AC R liS
Offered For Sale
.W IS arrw fruit land, i mllea from Sclera
. fflacren cultivated land, IHnitlaa from
80. 10 acren, lkmllea from Safetn, U oulli-
VHted, with bulldln, 13000.
61. 12 acre fruit lamUIJi mile from Salem;
63. 00 acred, 2 ncrea In cultivation, ltotue
and larn,i7W. , ,
M. 1S'0)-W() acre , 200acrH In cnUtvatiott,
good hoiiae, barn and orulmnl.
6L aowres of fruit land, 4 mllel fttfm Sa
M. 820ncree, 1H0 ncrea In cultivation; 18000.
fia. 147 acrca, : acrea In cultivation, M00.
67. 10 acre of fruit land, mile from Sa
80. fliflo ier are, 130 acre.
fla 5 acre of fruit land, mllM from Sa
81. 838 acre, all cultivated; 11000.
82. 80 aurfis, tZVM, 7fi acrex In oulllvntlon
good hoiwe and barn.
88. 2 acre of fnilt land, i lullaafrom Si-
81. Haw mill mnl grist mill; 1001.
m. 100 acreH, so acnit In cultivation; WflOO.
69. 1 acreof fruit land, miles from Hnletn;
87. 190 aero, K mile from SUverton; WOO.
eg, 28acre of fruit land, i miles from Sa
09. 10 acres, lUiulleafinm Salem, nil culti
70. ISO iierH. near Meliamn.ffl Hcrea culti
vated, liouhe,barn,orcliHi'd, etc.; $ajj0.
71. lOncre, near Aumavllle.2 Hera Inber-
rlw, )i) fruit tree,g(Hil bulld'go; S1200.
72. 12i)iicrw; W.
78. 70 acre, ulth buildings; iVMX
71. bOacre, Iioumj and orchard; 9f00.
75. lilO acre, 100 ncrea In gra, buildings;
70. 10J) acre, orclinid and bulhlliigh; $2000.
70. M ncrtw, adjoining Sulcm, 1 1" lots laid
N). 210 acres, ISO ncrea cultivated; JC000.
81. 012 acre, liiilldliiKs nnd liMnoroHciiltl-
Mitcd; 512 perncic.
82. OIK iici-im,) cultivated; 1W.
8.1. 20 iicnw of fruit land, t mllos from Sn
81. (X) acres, nrchiirdand building, $700.
8-1. ;U8 acrci, 2;V) ncrcw cultlMitcd, orchard
and buildings, $!rIO.
SO. Ill) acres, ft) acres cultivated, orchard
and building; iiooo.
87. !K ncrea of fruit land, yt mllos from Sa
8S, 2TjO iicrcN, ID ncres cultivated, building).;
.si). 51 acres, 0 mlloa from Hulom; JltX).
W. n"i ncrea, Irt'icultlviitwICJIOH).
III. Hotel In Sublimity.
Ui. Store bulldluxl.lu AilliKVlllo.
IM. 227 acnw, 60 Mere cultivated; SrtXIO.
VI. House and lot on Commercial!.: 9K0.
ik 20 acre, nil cultlvnted, l,W 'mllori'rom
W. St) ncrea, 1' iiillea from Salem, liouM,
liurn, clly houc, and large orchard;
07. 10 ft(res, IV mlltw from Salem, with
IK 10 aurea, ill miles from Halem, with
large imiharil; $Kk
11. 10 acre of fruit land, IK mllea fromSa.
Ill), law acres Improved IV rm at from $10
to W Kr aere; known aa the Aukeu.v
V have, mImi, all tlw Scotch company's
fttnna ntrwile. Helngatild.uiiderfOre-
cJtwur of mortie, they are olftH-ed
ou vary rwwoiiSble terms.
(US AMI STRAM F1TTBRS,
a4 ilnltr la...
Steam and Plumbing (JoqiLs,
SA.UUM. : : : : oatltadK.
CIRCUS RIDER'S SCHOOt
There fa the usual circus riar; in the water
of the barn like buiJdinB. Or two or tlree
.idea of the ring are roU ""
.tails, in which the trained hor.ca have toeir
Cnek A .core or more of hoatlen. and
helper, are about the room, making and
keeping things clean and neat Vita the
Wbkrt that comes in at the open door
oomes also a toll, rather slim, flgnre, wripped
inn cloak of fur, and with such a Irnt and
such gloves, and such an outfit generally as
one might expect to see on any lady taking
her morning walk on Broadway. She is de
cidedly pretty as she trips in, closes the door,
p-ccts every one with a ch.w-rj "6'Ood morn
ing " and then trips up a flight of stairs to
br dressing room. But before she disappears
from sight she says: "Please get Bob ready."
Bob is brought out. He is a big horse,
more white than gray, and is token from one
of the stalls which have a number very like
him in color in them. That prompts an In
quisitive visitor to aV one of the titled
people standing round if whito horses are the
only ones thus will train well for circus pur-
"Xot a bit, my boy; bays or Macks or
chestnuts would do equally we, but tho
riders like the white ones best. Why? Oh,
because they like to keep up the illusion of
the ring. See, thertfs the reason why white
horses aro used so generally. "
As bo spoke this professor of horse educa
tion pointed to a young man who was rub
bing Bob's back with a lot of fine powder.
It was powdered resin, and was applied lib
erally to the back of Bob and carefully
spread over all the broad back on which the
finry who a few momenta ago entered would
soon be dancing.
"That's the reason why the whito horses
are chosen by riders for their uses. Now, if
the horse was black or bay in color tho pow
der would lie in a great pad like block that
would be plainly visible to every ouo
Ilidcrs. malo or female, dislike to have nny
I one know that they uso resin to help them
keep their feet on tho animal's back. So
1 they use white horses to help out the deccp
I 'While this explanation of the petty decoin
tion was being indulged in tho horse profes
sor's assistants had got tho "mechanic" into
i trim. That "mechanic" looked moro liko a
, gallows than anything else. From the center
, of the ring rose a Crong pole, or mast, which
! lost itself in the bc.uns nbovo which served
' to supiiort tho dremmgroom floor. Thrcc
1 quarters of the way up from tho bottom of
I tho polo there stretched out an arm, which
I gave to tho polo t..o gallows like appearance.
i A ro;o which hung lrom tho end of this arm,
I with a halter band of leather, added to tho
I repulsive apiararce. Tho . arm moved
uoi'A'l.s.ly and ous.ly about tho supporting
post. "Is the jouug lady to bo hung on that
gallows 1" was tho i a"ctious inquiry addressed
to tho man of hoi- lore and circus mystery.
"Yes, she'll ban;; tu-re for n half hour.
Hero sho conies; now sco how she does it."
Tho ertwhilo tail oc.no tripping down
stairs, if " fairy e i t. n w'n-i shod in a sort
of sabot, much II to : "5 woiu liko tho poos
anU of Holland, !-... wk'j n trino loss wood
in them. Grial i oft! V"ii.t u transfornia
tion I The e ibots 1 - :'ii do'vn staira a hom
tiling uttei .yur.li ot'
a few moment j I c. :"
tenous rejio-U of t.i.i
a bint; cloircd ii.
castnma raid tv b. U'r
The ringiuas: r '... .
to the horso." s : ".
which cord h' ! '.:
boll t'.'o w;-H. v i
halter about i v. . .
tnetino," nnd tha , .
lieforo her leaaon u b.
hoops goes u; to i)"'1.
"3 r'cnful woman wh
. ' .i. ';o:ie to tho :.;. .
. l room. Ii, . i
.eti-eu a blou.i'd
- (I IN.
t. ' 'i ttout bit of con!
Ii ., t!-,t of:'cv oiii! ii
i ' rut t in, d.i'u'i
' ','..! .lit "v t ic '. i .
i ' "liu 'n'Ci-.o : t-ro
..i van red . T-1
,-a.. MUc. T -.-o'-l -
, il3 hiui k 'C" on f
,.-i rt. Sjim n 1 i.u i
lietid ami necic, i. .d
sugar, i-rienaiy ni:ioiin"at.iuiitat.iiiui
liftwoen horsociid r.t'.t.-, . id sli" kiji: ".'.
right; 1st him go." There's a r.p of :
ringmaster's whip, a cheructori.-.ac 1!) w
manly "Get up!" in a fji.i1, h.gh U. , .
tho handsome gray liens hu gallop r.b
the little cjruus rms. Ho makeH a half ' .
circuits of the nu;, cml tnoii Mile. Threi: :,
tliohoopH makes; a frantic m li at him, oV '
him by tho mane with one hand, und with
tho otliei- seises tho grip fa tened to the saddlo
girtli ami lt'.i to hu back. At tho same in
Suuil the ropa arrangement of tho gallows
fr.ue of tho i-iechunio U iu.uled taut. It was
nvll it as hauled taut, too, for tho now
lHivse, startled by the su iibu d'seent on his
IVKtUtid back, jumps away as if struck by a
l-!lot. Tlie ndw loses her foothold, nnd if it
wasn't for that mechanic and its gallows like
am, she would h".vo hud a bad tumble. In
stead the niocjaaio and rU arm nnd harness
Lop her swinging m tae nir, nd she Is grnd
ni'ly lowu-ed tot i e ground. The ringmaster's
whip cracks, everybody yells "Hi-hi-hi," tho
Uon finally gets down to its regular gallop
osc Bo:t, and the thing is gone over and
qtw u$.uu. Several times the rider is saved
from a tuu.lla by tho mecbunic, and finally
llob'; is du.aijod with a pat and a lump of
t&e'a:', and auotber gray horse, who is an old
fc!ir, oomes to the rir.0-
'u C' much U-tter now. Mile.
Tu:-u h'..t.' k. i calls for the banners, and
hi.-; .:.-. i o v L.to cotton o'.oth come out In
piaes o.' u p y colored aiiken banners that
would U ui v! .ti a regular circus ring. The
ut.w horse num ui with a regular stride,
Mile. Tbrougbtaeuoopt, still fastened to the
tnaelM'.iic, leiiivs to his 1m, and the eirciw,
without iu t.ul, U l-eprvduced in mlnia
Uup . iLK" goes ou with her net just
ae if a Utousaud people were watching her
and eonitosies and smile and waves her
toads m she would in the ring. Who is she
Mrteaying and suuliug at! To every wi
Vye m the big building whose duties do
Dot cominl him to be elsewhere. This crowd
Of men are just outside the ring, hallooing at
Uwtouof UMir oice, "Hi-hi-hi," and ekp.
4ag their hands and making things hideous
generally. Aji they shout, and the ringmas
ter's whip crack and hands are clapped, and
tfte rider jumps and leaps and yeUs at the
top of her voice occasionally, and she really
Mens to enjoy it, until a misstep throws her
from toe hornet back and teaves. Iter hangW
iHtneaorattlMendof Um arm of the mi
nattie, hot safe Wuaue sae is in the embrace
of iw rope end leather rnraw. Flaaltv
well ttred out, tfte say. "Knoagh, and
leaves the riuj for some one else to take a
TV homely sebool eosteme discarded and
the street drM rwenmed, the pretty wxanan
eemea down from her dressing room, and for
a time watches bar husband, who know tak
ine his turn in the ring, and erhanatrainme
their boy m wat will be his fniare moTm
siee, for the ohOdrea of riders are neaaUr
broosht up in tfceir parents' footetcps. Ban
4n m tbe MMnc wiin lae othaTwimafka,
to tM .leason, and apparenily dWnt mMm,
as visitors do, tant a hwge barrel arcem U
eeneunUy grtaatag out, over and oewaaain.
tog Uome Agaln,,-Cew Vork Ttae
Sintv decened, W Ibc honorable county
ertoVuletaVoregon, for the county
rf Marion. All persons having claims
anln.t ntid estate are bereby required to
pTeVent them with proper vouchers to the
underslened at the offlee of J. J. sl" W'rT'
GrlswoUrs block, Salem, Oregon, wlthl"
six months from the date of this notice.
Administrator of said estate.
Salem, Ogn., May 11, 1S88.
" PROPOSALS INVITED.
niTTK ntlAKD OF PUBLIC BUILDING
T comml-Vloner; Invite sealed propolis
for tMlntlnethe Iron and wood work of
the S itol. Plans and specifications may
be 4?nat the office of W. U.yugh,Salem,
The right to reject any and nil bids Is re
served. Bids will be opened at 2 o'clock p. m., on
Tuesday, May 2), 1888.
GEO. W. McBKIDE,
Board of Trustees.
Wil. A, Mujcly. Clerk of Board.
Sluto Treasurer's Thirty Second Xotlcc.
STATE OF OISKGOS, TltBASUREll'S OFFTE 1
SAi.Esr, -Mny 1,1SSS.
Notice Is hereby given that there arc
funds on hand to pay the following war
rants drawn on the live per cent fund, nnd
that the same will be raid on presentation
ntthls office. Warrants numbered 1930,
HMO HHl, HM2, and 1R Also the following
warrants drawn on the mllltln fund, nuni
bered WW. 2760 270O. 2701... 27(S 270.4 2770,
2798, 2782, 2751, 2S7, 2771, 27,o, 2771 , 277.!. In
terest on the above wnrrunjs will not be al
lowed after the date of this notice
G. W. Wnnn,
mill: UXDEIISIGNED IIEHEBY GIVES
I notice of his appointment as nsignee
ol nil the estate of A. Mayer, of Salem, Ore
gon, by general nssignment of this date tor
the henellt of all his creditors.
All creditors of said A. Mayer arc hereby
notified to piosent their claims duly veri
llcd to me, nt Snlem, within thrco months
from this date, nnd nllpei-sous owing said
A. Mnj-er will call nnd settle Immediately.
Salem, Oregon, Malll
5:10-dUw Assignee of A Mnycr.
Two bay mares, one J years and thootb-ei-5
years old. Bight shoulder of one brand
cd Z. and left with n j with n I mado by
nttnclilng the curve to the stall' of tho a .
Return them, or send Information to A.
Strong, Salem Oregon.
May o, lhSS.
STATE OE OREGON, 1 ,
Countv;of Marios, ,-
SOTICE ISHEREBYGIVENTIIAT BY
virtue of a decree of partition nnd
cr of sale entered In tho circuit court of
tho state of Oregon for Multnoinnh county,
ou the loth day of June, 18S7, and an amen
datory decree thereto entered In said court
Twentieth day of September, 1887i
In tho partition suit of Amanda Ellnn et
al.,vs. J. It. Smith ct nl. whereby It was
ordered that tho south east quarter of
blwk fi In Roberts nddltlon to the city of
Salem, Marlon county, Oregon, with the
other real property belonging to tho estnto
of John Smith, decensed, bo sold. Now,
therefore, by virtue of sniudecrco and said
amendment thereto, I, tho undersigned,
who was duly appointed by said court as a
referee tosell said real propcrty.wlll onTues
day, tho .list day of May, 18SS, nttho hour
of 10 o'clock n. m., nt the court house door,
In Marlon county, Oregon, sell tho above
described real cstato nt public miction to
tho highest bidder, for cash, In pcrsuanco
to said dcerco and amendment thereto.
C. H. RAFFERTY,
STEINER & BLOSSER,
Tin and Copper Ware,
130 State St., -:- -:- SALEM, OR.
Exnmlno our No. S cook stove, "com
pletely lurnUlied and guaranteed, for only
A specialty madc.of roofliig:nnd spouting.
FARMERS, -:- L1VERYM
And othors In need of
Team of Carriage Harness:
It will be to your Interest to call upon me
before ptiroliaalng elsewhere, as I havo the
largest and most complete stock in tho olty.
Prices reduced to suit the times. Justre-
mvran nne iiueoi
Cairiage Harness from A. F. Rissler Co.
For which I am sole agent. Tliese harness
are all made from
First Cluss Pittsburg Leather,
Warranted. The finest line of Dusters,
Muggy Rohej. ami Whips In tlieoHj-. All
ihewjiwas l am selllug at verv close fig
ure. Thanking the public for their liberal
I tiuuance of their fcvors In the future.
' E. S. LAMPORT.
j F.J. BABCOCK,
FARKAIVS BLOCK, STATE STUKKT,'
'iii,sa,tti Prnn made to order.
A lull use r Caskets always on hand.
0 gj RBPAIRBO. OX
Jend km throuBh the
W at my banee. South
THE YAQUINA ROUTE,
Willamette River Line of Steam
The "Wm. M. Hoag," the ?
both paenenger and freiir'httraniriT1'''!
Corvalllsarui Portland and ii?i B
points, lenrtng company's wharf r!?V
aim .ueiwrB. jnuiinan Co s whoic."
202 Front street, Portland thS?,1
anq .Messrs. jiunman & Co's xnZZ".
.aatnarn nn. ' l iaMlu
week as follows :
Leave Corvallls, Mondny, Wedno...
Friday. 1) A m; niTlve 'gaien?!"
Snlem, Tuesday. Thursday'and ', !?V(
0 A m; 'arriN e Corvallis, Tu"?!'.
day and Saturday, 3:30 p m. 5' Tn,"-
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Snndaysv
T .. r.nm.nOt WW Pl
Arrive Ynqulna ISS11
Leave Ynqulna S2??M
Leave Corvallls "in&AJl
Arrive Albany 1w!a
Tho above trnlrs connect nt YAotriv.
with tho Oregon Development OA r)A
ofStoiiiiishlps between Yaqulna and s?
Francisco. uu "
STEAMERS, FROM SAN PRASCBnn
Willamette Valley, ,,7
Willamette Valley 'f'Sl
Wlllnmetto Valley ---""" jSm i
Willamette Valley ?,
Wlllnmetto Valley VJ
Willamette Vnllcy ?
Willamette Vnllcy JT""e i
This company reserves "Vhe"""nitht Z
change sailing dates without notice.
N. B. Passengers from Portland and n
Willamette Vnllcy points can make cW
connection with tho trains of tZ
YAOU1NA ROUTE at Albany orOorwuh
nnd if destined to Snn FranclscofihSH
nrrange to nrrlve at Y'aqulna the evenin.
before date of sailing. "e5
Passenger anil Freight Kates AIwjts tk
Lowest. For information apply to Snwi'
1IULMAN &. Co l-elglitandTS
Agents 200 and 202 Front St., PortlaniOr
C. C. IIOGUE, Ac't Gen'l Frt.
Pass. Agt., Oregon PaclnoR.R. Co
Pass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., 301 Montgomery stj
San Francisco, Ual
A. K. STRANG,
No. 303 Commercial Street,
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
S Agent for tho RICHARDSON ft
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished in 1810.
Salem Co-Operative Association
F of H.
y Butter, EgSj
ALL. KINDS OK
JAMES A1TKEN, Manager.
126 State St., - - - SALEM, OR.
II. K. DuBois. JOE DcBws
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From $1 to S3 per;day.
8ALB3I, - OREGON.
H ORSESHOEING i !
All the Improved methods ',t,ho(
shaping shoes, to cure diseases of then
nndfor the correction of faulty ?S
traction nnd Interfering, used. IB""
satUlhetloa In all oases. IWfer to any "
known horseman In Oregon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
SM Commercial street, Salem, Or.
Forty Tears in the Church of IU
. Br l'Hther Clilnlquy. Tc&JI?i
in fmc order Immediately.. .S?r
At Roseburg on Tuesday '
nolburn, while driving BomesW
rodo undar a wire clotbs-u "
caught him under theohlu in"'
Tuesday, 1'b.ursday and SatirOav b
arrive Portland, Tuesday, ThuSrf'J
Saturday, 8:80 I'M. 3' lnundsy
Leave Portlnnd, lonaav tvj.
and Friday, 6 a M;'arrhe sSl'em v0
WclnoutrtoV nn.l Vl.l.. ;'.cmi Monrtar