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HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Dr. 3H1f-Kdteat-C4.,-Xlk?art, Ind.
Dun Bibs: For 20 yeans I was troubled with
-heart diteauo. Would frequently have filling
spells and smothering at night. Had to sit up or
-ret out of bed to breathe. Had pain In my left
sldo and back, most ef the time i at last I become
dropsical. I was very nervous and nearly worn
out. lhe toast excitement would cause me to
with fluttering. For the last fifteen years I could
not sleep on my lefttddeor back until began taking
your Keu 11 ar$ Curt. I had not taken tt Tery
long until I felt much better, and I can now sleep
on either side or back without the least discom
fort. I have no pain, smothering, dropsy, no wind
on stomach or other disagreeable symptoms. lam
able to do all my own housework without any
trouble and consider myself cured.
Elkhart, Ind.. 18R3. Has. Eurrsa Hitch.
It Is now four years since I hare taken any
medicine. Am In better health than I hare been
in 40 years. J honestly' be- mwrN
lieve that Dr. Mile ' CURFD
Jlrart Cure saved my 11(6 W,a a fc- fc
and made mo a well woman. I am now 82 yean
of age; and am able to do a good day's work.
HayMth, 1892. Mas. Suusx HaTCS.
BOLD ON A POSITIVE OUARANTER.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
Hold by QJ. Fry, druggist, Salem
. Mother sighed,
' uDocton prescribed : Castorta
Prices Current by Telegraph i Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, September 2, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were ns follews:
SALEM PltODUOE MARKET.
Apples 75o to $1.00 a bushel.
Blackberries wild 60ets. a gallon;
tame 5 cts. a box.
Peaches 85o to $1.00 a box.
Veals dressed 5 cts.
Hogs dressed 8 J to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Sbeep alive $1.60 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1.60 to $2.00.
Balem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.20. Retail $3.00.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $19
and $20. Chop feed $19 and $20.
Old whpat on storage 48 cents. New
wheat 60 cents.
. HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 88 to 40c, new SOc.
Hay Baled, new $8.to $12; old $10. to
$14. Wild in bulk, $0 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per owt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Hops Small sale, 16 to 17c.
Ebbs Cash, 20 cents.
Butter Best dulry, 25; t, fancy
Cheese 12 to 16 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
' Potatoes new. 60c. to GOo.
Onions li to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34o. ' Caraway seed!
Anise seed, 20c. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cfs; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelfs,
76 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 8 to 10 cts; broilers 10fol2j;
ducks, 12J; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese slow. v
Grain, Feed, etc
Flour Standard, $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.60
Oats Old whlte,40o perbu.; grey, SOc;
rolled. In bags, $0256.60; barrels,
$fl.600.75; cases, $3 76.
Hay Best, $1016 per ton.
Wool valley", 10 to 12o.
MillstuiTa Bran. $18.00, -shorts, $21;
ground barley, $2223;chopfeI $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling, $2328 per ten: brew
ing barley, 0005o per cental; chicken
i wheat. $1.2.)J1.25 per cental. . ,
Hops--OldilO t 165 Dew J? to J7
Butter Oregon fancy creamery ,22J
25c; fancy dairy, 2022Jc; fair to gooj,
. 1617c; common, 14 to 15o per iu; tall-
i a V nfA 4 4, ansa mil
lOrillB, OOKSftta irci . i , H
fliee Oregon. 12J; Easterp
twins, 10c: Young AmeriCHii, jijo per
per pound; California flats, 14c.
Ekks Oregon, 16 to 16c per cloten.
large, $2 003 0u; ducks, old, $4.50
6 00; yonngT $i604 00; geese, $8.00
turkeyp, live, 14c.
PAN FRAN0I8O0 MARKET..
"Woel: OregonHRtern choice, 10
. JOo; do inferior, 80e; do valley, 12
Vntntnm Krlv Rose. 20(7,50. Bur-
banks, f 4075o per cental.
Onions 7685 per cental. for reJ.
and S.8090o fDrpllvrfklua.
Barley.Feed, C870o per cental
for good uuHlity auii.831 fbr dioice)
brewing. 80 per cental.
0W-Mlllltttf , f I.001.0.
Mahy.Days In the Tear Are Said to Might
tliolLlvea bl Heedless Lovers.
IThere airy certain dates upon the
calendar which cannot bo fixed upon
for "tho happy day," because hoary
tradition has decided otherwise. If
the fiubtlo fever of matrimony is
working in your brain, consult tho
following list of unlucky days and bo
governed accerdingly: Jan. 1, 2,4, 5,
7, 10, 15; Feb. C, 7, 18; March 1, 6, 8;
April 6, 11; May 5, 6, 7; June 7, 15;
July 5, 19; Aug. 15, 19; Sept. C, 7;
Oct. C; Nov. 15, 1C, and Dec. 15, 10, 17.
IThese particular days are warranted
to. blight tho lives of tho truest lovers
But they aro not tho only snares
which threaten tho matrimonially in
clined. Read this little verse:
Monday for wealth,
Tuesday for health,
Wednesday tho best day of all:
Thursday for crosses,
Saturday no luck at alll
Hyman has a deep seated grudgo
against the lattor'part of the week.
Nd'good and sufficient reasons can be
advanced for' this partiality, but as
marriage is not often an affair of the
.reason- it would bo well perhaps to
respect the caprices of its particular
Having learned the particular days
to be avoided, the feverish lovormay
think that he can breathe freely.
Not yet t Tho plot still thickens. He
has yet to learn that the old Romans
started the idea that June was at tho
top notch as a propitious month for
matrimony, and' that May was cor
respondingly below par. This com
plicates matters evenTnoro, but tbe
tangle is still further aggravated by
the moon;fthatv potent factor in all
If the individual who is credited
with inhabiting, tho land of green
cheeso were a woman, it would help
out the theory that a wedding should
be celebrated only when the moon is
full. That would gratify a woman's
proverbial desire toliave a good view
of such affairs. At any rate such is
the superstition that nothing short
of the full light of the sanguino
moon can dispel tho clouds -which
seem to hang over the voyage of
Probably by this 'time the lover
who would a-wooing go is in tho
depths of despondency, but jtho end
is not yet. Here is another warning
which cuts thomatrimonial season
down to still narrower limits:
Marry In Lent,
And you'll live to repent.
Nowonder that unhappy marriages
are' so common and the divorce law
yers so sleek and well fed. There
seems to bo no forgetmenot crop of
days "that grow for happy lovers."
Butif the lovers are really determined
to wed they can probably, out of all
ithesd, unlucky? conditions, sift some
day to which no penalty attaches, and
having settled that point turn their
attention to other utterances of' Sibyl
lino tradition. New York Sun.
Perpetual Motion Howard.
I am often asked tho question,
How much money do tho different
governments -of' the-world offer for
the disco very of perpetual motion!
To all such I invariably give this an
swer: There is no patent law relative
to perpetual motion machines.' Not-
thor is there a fixed sum of money of
fered by any government for the in
vention of such' an unheard of con
trivance. As early as 17751 18 years
ago the French Academy 6t Sciences
refused to even consider thoiclaims
of tho 60 called perpetual motion in
ventors. A valuable reference work
before mo in making mention of
those who aro experimenting in that
direction saya: "They have an idea
that 6omo immenso government re
ward has for years been laid aside
for the successful inventor. Unhap
pily tbis idea is as fallacious as the
grarid delusion itself." St. Louis Re
public. Dootli's Loss When Barrett Died.
Mr. Barrett's death, for which Mr.
Booth was entirely unprepared, was
a terrible shock to tuo survivor anu
a blow from which ho never fully
recovered. The gentle spirit of
"The Man of Airlio"Beemed to haunt
in Hi o most nleasant wav his old
apartments adjoining those of Mr.
Booth at Tlio .flayers, anu more
than once after Mr.. Barrett had
fvicuul nwnv. wlinnsomo lieuvv truck
in tbe street had jarred the building
and caused the strings of tho auto
..ntiA Imm nnrni lila rlrwwl ilmir f'tn
pldV reet music," Mr. Booth has
turned his sad faco toward it, and
has said, with a smilp, ."There comes
poor' Lawrence now." Harper ,
Work- For a Pslnstaklns; Jeweler.
Wnt. vnrv loritr atro a London news
paper announced that a jeweler of
Turin lind maila a tucboat formed of
a single poarL' CTho sail is of beaten
gold studded witu aiamonus, ana me
binnacle Hghtat the pro wis a perfect
ruby. An emerald serves as Its rud
der, and the stand pn which it is
mmintMi fa a slab of whitest ivory.
The entire weight of this marvelous
specimen ih uiogoraw WB..BW.
than hall art w "Ul lut uuMr
She My husband is a brute I
Friend All men are brutes, my
She Mine U simply abominable I
tasked bim if he did no think you
-were as pretty as L'nnd ho Bald,
i.yecNew York Weekly.
A BIT OF SUNSHINE.
ling, sin, you sweet bird, my yellow canary.
You friend of my silent hour si
However tho moods of tho household may vary
rhere's n bright note from you. my yellow ca
nary: Your sone soon follows In Bhowers.
6uppo3lng tho telephone call Is most trying.
or tuo orcan ennuer is heard.
Or unwelcome care Is knocking arid prying
Tin wo all nver wo would rather be dying.
Still you trill and trip it. my bird!
tn the hush of summer when robins are dozing
Your warblo rolls clear In a tune.
When callers are fanning and laughlugand
And I am a tropical yawn half disclosing.
Your cheery roulade U a boon!
You like my enrersing, my glanco and my
You hop and you perk, don't yon, Dick?
Your Intelligent ways aro simply amnalng;
The whole day long you aro never icaaght
For you peck and you sing "double qulckl"
But at dusk you mount the perch of your
To dream through a "sleep of tho Just:"
You tuck your hood in to avoid risk of .losing,
'And each fairy feather, stands guard while
Dick, you look like a star of gold dustl
-Roso U. Lathrop In Ladles' noma Journal.
Catching a Wildcat In One's Hands.
The wild jungle cats of southern
India aro tall, long-legged, bold and(
dangerous animals. One of them'
was prevented from doing serious in
jury to General Hamilton! by tho
skill ho had acquired in catching
The cat came to thoi cantonment
prowling after fowls. The dogs were
set on its track, and for some time
there was an exciting chase among
tho hedges which divided tho offi
Then thero came a long check, tho
dogs having lost tho scent. Hamil
ton at last espied tho cat squatting
in a hedge and called tho dogs.,
When thoy came, he knelt down and
began clapping his hands and cheer-,
ing them on. Suddenly tho cat
sprang at his face, but ho caught it
as ono would a cricket ball, gave its
ribs a strong squeeze and throw it to
The cat Tiad madoits teeth 'moot in
his arm, and for weeks he carried it
in a sling. Youth's Companion.
The 1'ygiules of Spain.
As might have been expected the
dwarf raco of Morocco and tho .Atlas
has been traced to Europe, and fairly
pure' types are found in Spain,, espo;
daily in tho province of Goronai
These people aro only 8, feet 7 inches,
to 8 feet 9 inches high, and aro other; ,
wise characterized by a yellow skin,,
broad, square faces, Mongolian eyes
and red hair of a woolly' texture.
Specimens of them are occasionally
to be seen in the markets of Sala
manca, and there .is said to be a num
ber in tho Col do Tosas and tho valley
of Ribas, several hours by rail from
Toulouse. It is not improbable that
tho Mongolian eye, which is observed
in a small percentage of Welsh and
English people, is derived by inherit
ance from tho Iberian pygmies or a
common ancestry. Cassel's Maga
zine. Found In Nearly livery Village.
There is generally somebody a
lady as n ruUV-iu each district, on
'whom its finest malaprops- are fa
thered, sometimes quito unfairly. It
is sho who is reported, to havo made
thatspeech about the glories of hor
father's houso, up to tlio door of which
there ran a' 'revenue of popular trees, 1"
sho who asked her daughter to play
that little "malady" sho had learned
at the "cemetery," and sho again who
pronounced Mr. Brown as "proud as
Luther," while tho tuft hunting Mr.
Smith was such a ''toby" he deserved
to bo "tattooed" at his club. Dear
Sirs. Malaprop, what should wo do
without herf .London Globe.
Just Wliut IMilCatlou Is.
In a composition upon i'Edudation"
a boy onco. xvroto, "Education is go
ing1 to school, whidh is being marked
every day and examined oni paper
and then promoted, and if you aro a
girl you graduate and havo flowers,
but if you aro a boy you don't have
flowers; you only go to college." A
somewhat uniquo, deplorable, but
comprehensivo definition I Journal
"Bay, Bob," said tho zealous' flow
custom houso inspector "IVo caught
a feller hero in a lio. Shall I report
What's tho lie?'' asked tho lother.
"He's tryin to bring in a. box he
6ays only has glass in it, 'but it's
marked fragile, What's tho rat on
fragile?" Harper's Bazar,
A man, after gazing at a photo
frrnnh tot tho- Threo Graces, ox-
claimed & "What fools women are I
Those girls havo not got money
enough to buy themselves clothes,
yet they spend tho Uttlo they have
in having their photograph taken.1
Tho proper administration of prop
er food has much to do with tho res
toration of sick peitonB to health,
and it is equally time that Illness
may of ten bo avoided by the avoid
ance of food or drink which is Irri
tating to tho uigesuvtforgauB.
J. H. Mitchnier, writing to Knowl
edge, says that tlio Bible is not tbe
oldest book in the world,, as the
"Panvrus PriW was written at
least prior to 2500 B. C
When yoo wish to know what to
do, ask yourself what Christ would
have done in- theBame' circum
et&nces. Horace Mann.
T qu?allng For Justice.
A fow mornings ago, shortly after
tho -adjournment of tho Jefferson
market court, a man came in and
wanted a warrant.
"You can't get it now," explained
ono of tho officers. "Tho judge is
gonb for tho day."
' "Where can I find him!"
"You'll havo to wait until tomor
row morning to itransact any buai,
bess of that sort"
"Wait until tomorrow I" ho ox
claimed, wiping tho perspiration
from .his forehead and trazinir at tlio
empty bench as if he'd like to jump
QDon.ru oi it anu issue tho warrant
"Thero ain't no uso of getting ex1
cited," continued tho officer. "You"
don't expect to bo murdered, do you J.
And nobody ain't going to burn youri
houso down, I guess."
"Well, you keep on guessing'," ro?
plied tho exasperated citizen, "but if
you had a woman next door hangin
over your back yard fence from
mornin till night talkin to your wife
whilo you' was waitin, hungry for
your meals, I'm bettin you'd squeal
for-iustico a arood deal louder'h I
an.'' Now York Times.
They Outgrow It,
Tho office boy had been roasted by
tho boss until ho was so tired that ho
adjourned to a remote corner i and
collapsed on a chair, where a visitor
"You Beom to be in troublo.'Nsnid
the kindly caller. ,i
'T am,u answered thb boy. '"I'The,
old man thinks what' he says; and. he
says enohgh about mo to hang mo up
if he was a jury."
"That'll be all righfrafter awhile,"
said tho visitor encouragingly.
"I know it," and the boyteifaco
brightened. "Don't I know it.i By
gravy, if it wasn't . that a. boy lean t
be an offico boy always, I'd go jonglo
myself,.'' and ho kicked the pfiico cat
over tho railing and wont and meas
ured himself against the wall arid
looked longingly at tho distanoo be
tween tho pencil mark ho 'made and
one a foot and a half above it, where
tho old man's head reached. Detroit
(Tlio Unheard Nolie nMuseets.
Entomologists havo succeeded in
recording theories of many .insects
by .the ordinary system ofl .musical
inotauon. diui una moiuoui uoes not
show the actual pitch, which is usu
ally several i octaves abovo thelstaff.
It merely serves to express, tho mu
sical intervals. It is known withrea
sonable certainty that many insects
have voices bo highly pitched that
they cannot be hoard by the human
ear. Ono evidence of thig fact is that
some peoplo can distinguish cries of
insects which aro not audible to. oth
ers. Washington Star.
Tukcs tho Golden Hall.
A former sultan so runs tho story J
ottered a golden ball for iyfng.
Many lied to him, but tho sultan re;
plied that he could himself lio bettor'
Finally an aged man from Angora
appeared before him with a. largo jar
on his shoulders. "Your father," ho
said, "borrowed a jar like this full of
gold from my father and said that
you would repay tlio gold to" his son."
"Impossible," said the sultan. "If
tho story bd trad," replied the pil-
grim, "pay ypur father's debt. If
impossible, I havo won the golden
ball." Tlio sultan at onco awarded
him tho prize. London Truth.
A Parisian Idea.
An entirely Parisian idea is the
project, to erect in different parts of
Paris statues of tho women who havo
booureigning beauties in. that city,
either to past generations or in tho
present. Tho idea of the projector is'
that "beauty should not bo the only j
consideration in tlio selection of mod
els, but finish of costume should bo
carefully considered." It might do
to havo annual balls for tho selection
of a lady who shall bo honored by
tho erection of a statue at tho publio
expense. Philadelphia Press.
Sick Headache and rtlUtt all ths troubt tad
dnt to billoo state of the systura, such as
tUalns. Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after
estlnff, l'aln in the Bide, 4c while their most
reaurkAbh) success baa Uea sbowa ia curios;
Headache, ys C.t's Lrrrui Utm riua
art) equally vlubl in CotwWpaUoa. curio
and prettiT shle amsoylns; eoi plaint, white
thsy also correct U cttsordef of lb stomach,
'"titautotf W lir a4 wyslm tba.be.
Erea U Ifcey only cured
& ft? wotsM b almost teias Hmm
who saster from UA Wstrrtnc compUiat
but fsrfunateljr tfcek- goodtMM ek aot asd
hen, and tbos wlto ones try Ibem wM Jk4
tixmt UtUe pills raluable in so rnaar ways that
Ussy wW not U wltitac to V wtttatf tfctta.
m affcar a H sjsjfc tiftad
tt tbb o to masjf Ike tbat htr U wtm
we saaka our treat boast. Our pW cure M
whits other do not.
CUawa'a trmx Ur Fata awnwamaM
and sy af to take. On or two Bafts KM
dot. TbT am strictly TrUU a4 do
not crlfM or yursju. but by IMr cU actio
rJaai all wboua them. In rUlsatMcruUi
SreforH. 8oU vary where, or test by aaafi.
What Is the cbndltloa of yours? Is yor hair dry,
iMTSh, brittlo? Does
brushed ? is it full of dandruff? Docs your scalp itch ? ,
Is It dry or In a heated condition ? If tlieso aro soma of i
SkookumRoot Hair Grower
a rNHHJsliw I
lswhatyouneed. ItsprodoetlentsBotanaccldsnt.buttherFsnHof Bctsntlno I
research. Knowledge of tbe diseases ot the hair and sealp led to the dlscor- i
ery ot how to treat them. ."Skookum contains neither minerals Borolisj It i
the- follleles, it tloptallMg
, . tv Keen tha ecslp clean, healthy, and tree from irritating eruptions, by
tbeuio or litookvni Skin Soap. It destroys paratMa tiusott, which fetd on
If your drunlst c5not
TH ABIE MASK
T. J. KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing, t
Cor, 90th and Cbemoketa Street.
Best moat and free delivery.
136 Stato 'Street.
PROFESSIONAL AMD BUSINESS CARDS.
V. U. D'AltOV.
aro. a. bingham.
Irv'AROY A UINQHAM, Attorneys at har.
L) r Itomg L 2.and 8. D'Aroy Bulldin?. W
0ute street. Speolal attention given to bust
nrnrn In the supreme and circuit .courts or the
stato. , t ail
P BOI3K. Attornty at, law, Balem, Ore
son. Office 'IH Commercial street.
rrUkMON KORD, Attorney at law, Palem,
X Orcfton. ofllce upstairslnPattonibloclc
BlQQKIt. Altoinoyai lnw.Salcm, Ore-
eon. oraoa overmusn's tanic.
T J.8IIAW.M.W.UUNT. 8HAW4UUNT
t) . Attorneys at law. OCloo over Capital
National bank, Halem, Oregon.
JOHN A. OAK-JON, Attorney atlawjrooms
ft and 4, Uuah bank budding, Halem, Or,
II. K. liOMHAM. W. U. UOL.MKU
BONK AM A HOUMB3. Attornoys nt law
Offloelu Hush block, between Btateand
Court, on1 Ooramerctal street.
K. I'OGUK, Htenographfr and. Tjpe
, wrltest Host equipped typewriting of.
ce nut one in ureiron. over uusn'tf uanK.
QTISLIiA HHKItMAN-Typewrltlns: and
to commercial stenography, room It, Qray
blook. Hrst-clas work. lutes reasonable.
Dli. A. DAVIS, Late Post Graduate or New
York, gives special attention to the dls
euses of women and cblldren pose, Ibroat,
lungs, kidneys, skin diseases and surgery.
Office at resldenoe, lo Btato street. Consuita
tlonTrom B to 12 a. m and 2 to S p. m. 7-1 -6m
7, 41IU4 ., ..
3IoCommerrlal street,ln Bldrldgeblocki
lUaldence 47o Commercial street.
C O. liKOVVNK, M. D.. Physician and Hur
O. ccon. Office, MUrpny btok; residence,
45. Commercial street.
TK,T.O. HMITII,. Dentist, 02 Btato street
J Balom, Oregon, Finished dental opera,
lions of every description; Painless lopera
ttons a specially.
DH OLA It A M. DAVIOHON, grtduale of
Woman's Medical College, of Pennsyl
vania Ufllce, Uvsb.Ureyman Iilook, Halem,
WD.l'UOH, Architect, plans, speciacn.
. tlons nnd superintendence' for li
classes ol buildings. Office 29Q Commercial
street, up stairs.
r)llOTEOriONlX)DaKNO. 2 A.O.V. W
I , Meets In their ball In Htate Insurance
building: every Wednesday evenlnjr, v
J. A.AEL.VVOOD. Recorder.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
I DAYS to
HOURS the 0olcKtetOaChlcago and
lm Quicker tjjlijjh. and Kan-
Through Pullman nd TourUt Sleepers, Free'
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Cart.
knrrafA and rfneral lBformatlOU Call OU
2M WHtnton rfu. VorM.
Hair Deatb. i
Hnsisntlr removes and forever Aulroytfb-
jecilonabla hair, whether upon the nds.
r Injury to tbe roost delicate saiu. 11 j
srimorsw. wiimiuy ww..." i
hwssfur fly years tue secrst onnu'sui
- -.- flft.a hlutisksil stilt hlifltV MtlQ 1EUI
Wilson, acsoowiouscHi uy i7.
n.Ltnlnnt rtrn'stltCiltnd tliitrvS
ctallst tbat ever uvea, uuno ins tit w
"" -- if . - .- - -
riTf "".":x 'i:rr. .. . ,. 1 mi;
nd artstocmry of Knrope be preeertfrs
ibUrwclpa. ITlosu II by innlf, ;nly
rmCKta t OrrSS(WaBO wiiiihuum, mwr
luls for America. Address
THc 8KMKUM ROOT HAIR QR0WCR TO,
P. J. LABSBN & CO.,
MonfotuwP ot' Wajcona, Car
Rpsslrlne m mtolmlty.
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it split at tho ends? Ila3 it a
Docs it fall out when combed or!
fcslr,-cmw dandruff aad-oiws Aolron baJd
tnptiry you send dlreet to us. and we wul forward .
urowsr, imi per uotus I tor fe.vu. uosp,ouo.
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
rmhiATevse. new irork, N. Y.
Morloy Ss Winstanloy.
Bhop 218 High street.
n l- , imi?
Only '2 cents' a diay delivered at
Good meaU, rrompt delivery.
JOBN. a MARTIN.
orders at Balem Itu-;
Btato Street, - -
Co., 06 State street.
J. H. HAAS,
2ISX Contmerclil St., Stltffl, OregM.
(Next door to Klein's.)!
Specialty of Bpeolaolee. and repairing Clocks,
Watche and Jewelry. "'
Smith Premier Typewriter.
Sold on easy payments. For Rent.
W, I, STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H.N.U'UIll'KB, aeu'Ugent, 101 Third EU
Portland. Bend forlcalalogne.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE noT.
Do yM vmr them? Wtwi hext Ia need try a ptr.t
IfyouwMt a (Ins DRESS 8H0L rntds lath tststl
trylM, dos't ciy $6 to $9, fay my $3, $340, $4.0?
$5 Shoe. Tbv fit equal to eiutom niide an look as4
WMr tt well. If you with to tconomlu In youiTeettrsifi
at, i by purciuting w. u uougiu anoet. name sas
pries ttimpcil on the bottom, look for It when yo boy
W.X DOUOLAfl, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
The House ''Mover.
451 Mnrlon Street.
Has the best facilities lor moving and rais
ins; bouses. .Leave orders at Orey llros., or
aaarcs naiom, urecon.
From Terniui! wlikrior P!t. ik
I Is the Uno tojUke
To all Points East and Mi,
It (sthadlnlna car roQle.ltrnns through
Vestibule trains; every day In tbe year to
ST. PAUL AND'
'.(Ho ehns; of cars.)
OoupeceA of dining ors unsurpaasea,
1'uUroan drawing; room atewsetg
West tbat can be construrttid and In which
aenouimodatlans Are both Ire and iur
nlshwl for holdon of Drst and seoondhus
IWLKGANT DAY COA13HE8.
Aeontlnuots line eonasMlBs; with aJ4
lints. aBordJa dlreet suoit uavtrrnptei
aenrtoe. . . .
fulltuan Ur" w-Tftloas sn bese.
cured tn advs.. ...' U y aeut t
Tbroocb ItckeU to aad froM all. pel
In America, Knaland and rm ma U
purchaJ at uy HeetoKsetfctosta
ofll InformaUon xeerilMr waU
eftralnv.routM aBdottwr dstalei rats4
Ml r IfH mttismf wCt $Kf9Kmffmmf nn
TO C0NSUMEE8 :
TheBaiem Light and Power romwsnr (
BTOU expense baye equipped Uiolr KIrtrwJ
u'K'i iiuut wjm uie iiiitst inoewrn aprraina j
KCrtnrtt nnwi-hlfc In nffer tt nMiin k.x. i
ltfrht Ihfth unvvrinnV.MA mff ... - - --- - '
titan Atur ol It utrtha huul V,
Arc and fucHdcscitt IlfliiJ'
iug. Electric Motors for alll
' itiirpftses where pwer i re
An duHlrfitt' j. hi)
i b v tred for as mnny llsbla
tbo nouanmeni puy ar vmtir
nujeil. This bcluf reglMwM
nimh 11t.hls m nff.
by an Kleutrio Slcter
179 ComiTrsrcial St
' and Unndli's.
J. I BBNNETT k SON.
P. O. Blook.
T. W. TH0RNBURG,
Itemodels, re-covers and rejwJrs
pnoinerea rurawRre. rmu
ass work, Chemefcet atreot,
Balom Blate insuranoo block.
rtfu lilAitL "
The Ysaulna Route.
,A.A tm. nA..lflMn.t amhh.&...,u ..uks
ship line, m miles shorter, 20 hours lest;
tlio than by any other route,- First elast
through, paseeneer and freight line mm ,;
Portland and all ioint tn the Wl!lniHni
vnoyio ana iromian fntnoisoo.
umi; buukuujuk, (.Except Hunaay.j , j'.
(iV Albany.l:00 p m I Lv pprvallls 1:40 p sr.!3'
Ar ynauiua-jfcsop ra l.v Yaqnlnft: a n?.
LiT.Oarvallls. 10:5)6 am j Ar Albany lUlOa u'-,-
O. A O. trains connect at Albany and Oos ,
N PACIFIC li M
UThe above trains connect ct VaqntnK. wlti ; '''j
ie Oregon Development Cc's line of steam j
oth oetwetn xaquina ema tma jrrnnoisoo,
N. II. laseengcrs from Portland snoUal,,
vVlilameite valley polRM can irake eiose eor ':
nectlon wllh Iho trains ofthe Yaquloa Rout -
ni AiDany or uorvalll ana if aestlnrd t He.
lowent Kor tnrorrnatlon anMv
HULMAN A Co.. rrt-leht and fieket- Aavnt
M0 and 303 Kmnt street, I'ortland, Or., or i
O. U. ilOUUK. Ao't Uen'l Ft. A Ittas. Agt
Or. raciao R. R Co . Oorvallls, Or.
C. H.IlA8WKt,Iv,Jr,, Gcn'l Freight and
l'fws. Agt. Ore' Development Co.,
H Montgomery K
East and Soutr
THE SHASTA ROUTE
-of the , '
Southern Pacific Company.
OALirOIUlIA XXPKM8 TUAIK-SUM VJilUY
TWKIH I"OBTJJU5B ASD B. J-.
10: Ift a,m.
Lv. ' l'orilaua Ar.i jki, , ;
Lv. Halesi l,v. I fcS9a,o
Ar. Ran Km!. I.v.l 7-Kln.
Above trains stop at. all stations lro;,.j
Portland to Albany InclnnlvojHlsoatTaujet I
HUwld, llalsey, llarrlsbnrg. Junction Oil. '
to Ashiand. Inclusive. '. ,
I108K1IUKO MAl U IIAII.Y,
wu a. m. I J.v,
11:17 a. ni I Lv.
6Q p. m, A.
I.v, 7 a. ';
Billing CHI'S H tfjjdeM Kout ,'
PULLMAN mmt SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleeping Cari?)
AUoehed to nl th rough trains.
Siie &ivisi, Mum Pftiii&Ji
pailt (xxcmrr hcwpat). ji
life la p. m.
Oorvallls Lv, 100 p..
At Albany and Oorvallls oonnset wl.
train arorearon I'anlflfl Kallroad. ' ,
KSfHSaa.TMAiN lUjtll.V KSUSUtttCIMUA t
":wp. iuH J.v. "I'ortlitud
71 p.m. I Ar. MrMlnnvllIe
Ar, I tsM-
To all points In tbe Hastens Mattes, Can
and Kurope ran be obtained at lowest nil
from W. W. ttKlNNKR, Agestt, Haiti
K.P.KOOKKS, Aat.O. KssanwA!
H. KOKHbKH. Msnaafr
WISCONSIN CENTRAL UNS
(Noith. Pacific R. ft, Co., Low-)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Tralw Dally.
7: tip n i
1 Minn a
TlckeusolU anaj-j olMakeJ tiir..
to all polu's In itz Vsimt Mates) a4 'Vn.
Close coiHtoM4 ia Dkfsuu wtittj
trains iiuir MbtaH4 Mouth. 1
for lull )ukhmUo Msly to your m
ttekeiatiint.tr M tuZv.TH,
Don raasjBd Tstt, Alt.. Obhsaj
k New Remedy
A trus, Ct.ia.a isiss ssjl
utiM ntJjotf fwas At thisA ail .
nrW to Ihf ifrnttS X sis' i tW tmssi.i i far tfca
(nsrwly olwJt ks Imm ukImsw' tt
f uij'tjjL i. vju at,. Lia u y True I
- .. L.ll.T, ..t.l -J ''"" J jl!-' fU
IWtsTj t Wlw kXtminim sail wmV
MateA iMttk Magriirir aad uttw
'9Mu yw. k jo sssv i!
r mm mumi cii
! lrs4 kSMsd fsMTlXAIiP
rrauoweo. snouia arrange u. arrivt) at Yaqom ,
theovenlng before date of sailing. ;"i
lnsenser and Ki-!htl KatM 1wair th '