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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNA!
FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1888.
Overland to California
-VJA-
SoilillRr
Pacific Company's Lines.
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTEL
ling between Halrm and Sia Franelnco-Talrlr-ull
Hun.
CAMfOUlA KXI-HHHH TWAIN IIAII.T.
Boutu. I ' I" TTortir
Portland
Hildn
Han Kran.
Ar.
I.v.
I.v.
JO: 40 .
m,
8:' a. m.
6:10 p.m.
OCA I, l-AHHKMOKK TKAIM ( IIAII.r
Cr.ltlHVUDAY).
ex
am n. in.
11 a. in.
I p. in.
Lv.
I.v.
Ar.
l'ortlnnd
Hulem
Kugene
Ar. I 3.45 p. m.
I.v. 154 p. m.
I.v. P.ou u. m.
PDLLMAN BUFFKT SLBBPBBSL
TOURIST SLEEPING CAR.S,
fur accommodation of aeoond clan h
axogera altnoliinl to? expriMK trutnn.
TiiaO. ! U. Itallroud furry muke con
atectlon With nil tho regular train on tho
Uit Hide Dlvlalon frum fixit ol K Htrcet,
mnunii,
M Side DivisioD, Between Portland
d Cor vail is:
ni.tl.r-(KXCKIT HlfNIIAT),
vx
itt'ITiT.
TortliitiiP
"at:
ftii p. m.
1110 p. m.
lyaftivm.
1 Ar.
Corviillla
I.v.
INNVII.I.R KXrilK.11 Tit A IN (IIAII.T
KIC'WT HUWIIAV).
.TGSTp. m.
Uiflop.m.
I.v. rortlnnd Ar. I
Ar.McMliliivllliiI.v. I
TC03 u. in.
f4r ft. l.
At Albany mid Corviillla connect with
lrort of Oregon I'uclilo Itultrond.
Yor mil Information regard I ni rates,
nuiH, etc., npplylto tho Coiiipiiny'n nicent,
Hali-iii, Oregon. K. V. ItUdK.US.
K. KOIiIII,KIt, AK.it. 0. V. mid I'tuia. Ag't.
Manager.
Oregon Hallway and Navigation
.COMPANY,
"Columbia River Route.'
TrnliiN for tin' rant lenvo rurtliind Hi IC:t1
m nud 'J p in dally. Ticket to mid from
principal point In tho United Htntcn, Can
adiinnd I'.urope.
3 ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS
emigrant Hlooplni; Car run throuKUKn
exprvmi traliiK lo
MAIIA
COUNCIL I1I.UKFA
and HT.
TAUIj
Kre t Charge and Without Change.
Connection at l'ortlnnd forHun Kmn
Jolnoojiiiiilil'ugot Hound point.
POr further particular tniiilr of I. A.
Humilng-, ngi-nt of tho roinpany, 34.')
Cbrhuirri'liil afreet, Halnm, On'Kiiu, or
AM.. .Maxwell, U, 1. A T. A., 1'artUnd,
Oirra.
A. 1. MAXWELL O. 1-. AT. A.
If OLCOMB,Oonl.Miinutr.
THE YAnuiNA nouTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
An.l Onfon Duvolnpmout comiwny'a
iniiiiihlp lino, ml Ion ahorter.'Ji) houra
liMMtlnie thuu hy auy ottior route. Klrat
tin.ii throiich puanoneor nnd freight lino
nuin lVrtliuul and nil polntx In tho Wll-
lament) valley to anil rrom Hun Kranclxco.
.TIME SCHEDULE, (Kieopt Hundaya)
l.mva Albany ........ 1KU I' H
Irfurn CorvMlIlK ........ I MO 1 M
Anivu Ymiulnu ....... tutor M
lxivo Vunulna . ...... .tUM
IrtiMi (VrwtllU IftMAM
Anlvp Albany UUO AM
O, A 0, train eonnect at Albany sud
tVirvnlll.
TlioatHivotruliu nmneot nt VAQU1NA
with tho Onvon lKivvloimiont Ooa Iilnu
JfHlwitnnlilnb)tnm Vinnilna nnd Kau
lunelnco.
MVIl.HU DATES,
HricvMKUH, rnoM hn ritANCisixi
WllluiiirtlA Vnlley, Mmnlny, (Vtolior Hth
Wllluniello Viilluy.Kntiirday, tK'Uilwr Will
art-vwuw. riiou tahuika,
Wllliiinolio VftlUv , TupHdny, (K-lobf r
WllluinellK ViYlloy, Mumlay. (K-IoIxt Hlh
Wlllamvtlti Valley, Krlda), tk'tober 'Joth
nil iiiimio iMrwt thu riKht to
hitlii( miIIIiijc dntM Ithouv luilliv.
N. II. -lSiiwncen from lWtliwid nnd all
lllamettu Vuir mlnln iin iintko eliwo
nmmvtlmi mIiIi the trulm of Ilia
lAOl'IN V UOl'TKat Allmny orlMrMillla,
audit dNthiftl lo Snn Kninela, alionld
irunmlimrrhoat Yaijilluu thn ovunlni
!lir date of willliit
Vivtufrr ana I'rrlekt Klf Alwar Ur
Uyl. Vr InfiirmalToii apply lo Mnura
MIM.MVN iv. frrlclil nnd TU-kH
AntixUniid'JiUliiint !., lirllnnd, Or.
U(J. IHMU'K, Ai't (lrn'1 Krt. A
1-au. At., Ureon Isolde IU It. IH,
CoralllvOr.
r3MI.HAKWKl.UJr (lenl hri; A
IVm. As I. Un-ion lK'Uiiincnl
Co., aoi MnnloniM-y at.)
Kmi Krutiolaoo, Cal
uAHKirrs.
The SALEM MARKET
M )U11T HTHKKT.
IVMittantly on hand the Uwl quality of
fresh and Sail Meals !
And all ktndatX
AUS AG
B
vrTUtili
rkt III.IUNIMr kant nurWlSn lh
Ky. (nkUaudaeAibryuurkWr.
MlOHOW A vu.inn.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C, Howard, Proprietor,
tfrATHHTKKKT, XAUU4. ORkAJON.
A-AH kiuda at (r4b nud cur! mmIi
alwavau hand ruu Utauaaauar
ttwi au aiiuHw.
LanflS AND HOMES.
Marion county is situated In tlu
heart of the magnificent Wiliamctte
valley, tho central gem In the clu
tor of rich counties that form that
nrlncclv domain, and is the banner
commonwealth of the great north
west In all the essentials that go to
wards making it a profitable abiding
place, and a home for the thrifty
farmer, the cunning artisan and the
industrious mechanic.
Rich in its agricultural resources
in ita cultivated and uncultivated
lands, in 1U water poworo, and
minerals; rich In iU colleges and
schools of learning, and with a
climate unsurpassed for its salubrity,
it presents to the immigrant from
tho overcrowded states, where cold
winters and hot summers, with
terrible cyclones, prevail, who
comes to the coast with some
means, advantages that no other
county In Oregon possesses.
Much has been written of thle
western country that requires a
stretch of the Imagination to com
prehend, and numerous complaints
are heard from the class who have
been misled by them, so in this
brief sketch the writer desires to
avoid exagcratlon as to its present
and, prospective advantages, asking
luose in tnu east into wuose Hands
this may full Darticularly thorn;
who have their eyes directed towards
this const to peruse it careful
feeling that it is not written to lure
immigrants within Its borders, but
only us a truthful dlsqrlption pf a
laud which, If it dops not ."iloyv
milk and honeV," contains within
its bosom wealth and resources equal
to any other country on the Pacific
tdo of the Itocky mountains.
noimDAiuui.
Marlon county is bounded on the
north I'V the Willamette river and
Jiutte creek which separates It from
ClacknmiiH county; on tho east by
Clackiinuui county and tho Cascade
mountains, which separate it from
Wusco county; on the south by tin
$antiam river and the north fork of
the Santiam, separating it from
Linn county .and on tho west by the
Willamette river.
I'HYHIOAIi FORMATION.
The county contains, including
valley, prairie and mountain land,
about 000,000 acres.
There are two main divisions, the
mountain nnd the valley. The
latter extends from tho 'Willamette
river to the foot of the Cascade
mountains, a distance of about fif
teen miles.
The mountainous portion contains
some fourteen townships of mobtlj
uiiRurvoyed land; lying in a strip
twelve miles north and south by
forty miles east and west, and com
prises idl classes of land, from rich
narrow valleys in the passes, up
through all the grades of rolling,
hilly and broken, to that of rock,
bound canyons and inaccessible
craggy peaks. It is generally lieavlty
timbered, and in the near future
Will be -valuoblo for its lumber sup
plies. These hills and mountains
nttbrd a wpndprful summer range
for stock, and many of the more en
terprising farmers aro availing them
selves of this opportunity, and when
the cold frosts of autumn approach,
tho stock aro brought out to fresh
pastures, thus enabling them to sur
vive tho winter storms with little
enro.
OI1KAT ADVANTAGES.
A decided advantago Marlon coun
ty has over many othors is the dl
versitlad farming Interest that can
bo carried on tnrought thn entire
year; notwithstanding this Is a wet
climate during tho winter months,
the uplands are seldom too wet to
work, and long before tjio prairie
furmers aro through with their seed
ing, tho hill fanner Is preparing for
ills summer work. And yet the
low lands aro much preferred by
many; the yield per aero Ib Konrnlly
greater, anil perhajw less luuoris re
quired to place .tho soil n proper
condition for cropland thon shoidd
the season prove dry, tho bottom
lands aro sure to bring tho best
crops. No better fanning land cup
bo round In the United States than
Hint on tho noted Howell pnilrle,
French pralrlo, Santiam pnilrle anil
j?alem prairie. The soil u thews are
wonderfully productive. With good
cultivation, forty bushels of wheat
and sixty of oats per aero can bo
readily secured.
KACii.rma koh mahkkt.
The Willamette river, with two
lines of railroad running tho entire
iongth of the county from north to
wutli, lth the Oregon l'aoltlu road
cniMlug tho southeast corner of tho
county, atlbnls ample fuollltlcs to
rtHtoli a market In any direction.
HAI.VJ
Is thu capital of the state and
county sott of Marion county, situ
ated on tho WlllapicUo river and
on tho O. A C. railroad. Costly
buildings have boon erected, among
which the state capltol building,
county court house, Chemekete hotel,
nporn houiK', new public school
building, Catholic school building,
Methodist church, 'Willamette Uul
versltv, and many prl"nto nldenct
nud uusluca bUHjks. which will
comparo favorably with oldsr ami
larger cities.
OKNIUIALn
All things considered, tho Willam
ette valley una tho best countrj iu
the world, and Marlon county it
aUuit centemlly located Uioreln.
To those seeking homed In th west,
no bttter opportuultlea can bo
ollered.thAn aro found hiinj, Persous
dtlrlruj lnfbnuaUoa nvardlng
Marlon oonnty er the Wllbunette
valley, thoso wanting farming
lands, stock farms, biulnesa property
or city residence, will bo promptli
and rulUbly informed by addrwnlng
the well known flnu of WllLLs
Cluunnorllu, real wtato agents,
noera houso block, Blem Oraern
Wast )Mpor and
sale at thk ortkv.
exchange for
HulMcrilMt or
tho C'Al'lTAL JOIR-
CWAU
HOME
HOIVIELES
hi
12bd ACRES
OK-
VARIED LAND
-FOIt
. f
"JfT. ,
Sale or Rent.
Quantity and Quality to Suit
Purchaser.
Lands Sear R. H Facilities.
A GOOD CHANCE
-FOK A-
TEAMS AND STOCK
ON THK FAHM-
WILL 13 IS SOLD
T thoae buying lioiura, If dealred.
For Particulars call at
This Office.
u Live and Let Live faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON.
House, Sign
AND
General Painters.
Kalsominers- Paoer Hanrers
Decorators.
and
AH OrdMV WUl TmJm nn.un&. ullmlLui
Rrttoawa oi all ktoda of work 1 our U
HtMu iu Old CVun lUiue oa cVmitI MvH
Bal4u.ur
rater or Purchaser
MJSCBIXAXKOUS.
-THE-
OREGON FRUlt DRYER
(UovolvlDE;rackframeJ
Is Simple of Construction,
AND
EASY OK OPBRATION,
Awarded flrat premium nt tlio Oretcon
8tate Knlr 188.V84-85-'88.,87 and at the CalL
fornln State Kulr, 1887, and Han Joaquin
County Fair, 1887.
Manufactured In lislies. For circular
and price Hat address
H. S. JOKJl ic BON,
I. O. Box 28Q. alora, Oregon
J-Dryer Furnncea furnished five sizes
Th9 BXXYKRB'.QVIDX ia
lau (JHroli aad, IfrBU
each yaar. It fa an aej'
elopadia: of Jiaefal lsfor.
mation for aU ,wo, pur
obaaa tha luzorlas or th
neoesaitiaa of Ufa. W
ean clothe you and xarnlah 70a wi!
all the neoeaaaxy and unnetiamainr
appllanooai to ride, walk, danca, alaap,
at, flab, hunt, work, sa to ,fhireb,
or stay at home, and In rarioua alias,
atyles and quantities. Just figure out
what ii required to. do all thoao tainga
COfflFORTABLT, and you oan mnlcaafay
atimato of tha Taluo of the BUTEBS'
OOIDE, which will bo sent .upon
reoeipt of 10 oenta W pay poatae,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
111.114 Miohisaa Aronme. CAieafto.ZU.
GREAT DISCOVERY!
Dr. H. SMITH
IS
Now In possesMiou 01 a now .disco vorr in
medicine, which Is purely n local antesthet
Ic, and acta ulmcwt Inatanbtneoualy on the
HiiriuuuuiuK iiNsuua ui mo ivuui. 11. i in
no way Injurloua or unpleasant to the
LnMtn. Thn nifinnfiLPttirflrit nf It rtnlm thfLt
tta equal has never been known before, and I
uy applying ll to mo nunailiyp or aore
teeth, they can be cleaned and filled
without pain. So oil. thoae that arrant all
kluda of dental wort done without iuln.
would bettor call on Dr. II. Smith. Teeth)
extracted for &o cenu,
HOWARD BROTlJtlRS
Qeneril House
MsTing,
Raising aad
Repairing.
Work promptly dona at reasonable ratca.
Ordera lea at Capital Journal office
Till recelvo attention. B-ll-tf
GENERAL BLCKSM1TH1NG
Horseshoeing 1 1
All tho Improved .methods of, shoelne
ahnplnc aboes, to cure dlaeoaea of the foot'
and for the correction of faulty action, con
traction nnd lnterferlnc, used. I guarantee
antlsfuctlon In ull caaos. Refer to any well
kpuwu hoieiuuu In Orreon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
306 Commercial street, Sntcm, Or.
A. E. STRANG,
No. ,103 Commercial Street,
SALEM,
OREGON.
-DKAI.EU IK-
STOVESand RANGES
I'luinbin;, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty.
..VwAKV1 f,,r the HICHAUDSON A
HOYNTON. COMPANY'S KnriuiMw. Kju
tubllahed lul
VARIETY STORE!
W. M. SARGEANT
Kepa a 0n atock of
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,'
BABY buggies, express wagons,
Tj Teol Chesty Ytlwiptdw, Biejdc,
BiSKrtS, ui all klaii af rUJlkS.
MtBliiisgs aid Frames Made to Order.
Tiaw paro. leave and tmiter, ln
terrrt ttte artW material, aueh aa Tube
PamH of aU ktada.ltrutta.of alltaea.and
GOLD PAINT-READY HIXED,
Mat tor fiutaaa ot aM tlaea, m fiet Tery
tbtns eUe that caa be thought oC
Come and Sm for Yourselves
ill
5 4 J ltl V
Leather and FindiDgs!
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Furs.
No. 231 Commercial Street,
BALEM, - - ore'gon.
WM, BROWN & CO,
. DEALER IN .u
B I p I Q I tTs '
S I H I O I E Is".
dy Capita
m
The Cheapest Newspaper iii Oregon!
the Best family newspaper
IN MARION COUNTY.
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WEEKLY, ono year, f 1.50.
Now Read Our
WEEKLY, one year, 1.00.
WAS THERE EVER ANYTHING
IN THE 'AMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ONE-THIRD OFF FOR CASH.
Our Old Subscribers
Tow
in arrears are urged to take advantage of our big discount, byj
old account and joining the grand throng of one dollar suMor-;
tlfng (
TO ONE
We Bay, send ua your names. If you want to take advantage of our
third off for cash." and are not where you can get postal ,noWflifa
convenient mewoa or renmuug, sona us your name anu uw r (
will remit at first opportunity. This will ensure your being pceu e
uomruaL
THIS IS NOT A BPECIAL OFFER
But a sodd. permauent reduction. We have ooaw to Uy.
BOOTS AND SHOES. "
,;."J
WEEIOiY, six mouths,. -$0.J
Discount for Cash!
WEEKLY, six months, W&
EQUAL TO IT? NOW ROLL
AND ALL
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