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)HE CAPITAL JOURNAL
(UAlIk AWO VWKKLX.)
UY HOPBR DROTHER8,
TUESDAY, DEC. 31, 1893.
. THE FINANCIAL SITUATION.
The alluatlon of the notional florince
I a very grave. The ItBpiilillcan uotiae
lias pawed measures to rollove the
treasury, a tarlfl bill and a bond bill.
It Is probable that under tbe olrcum
s'.incea tlio president will approve
both, If tbe senate passes tuetu. If tho
b junto does uot pass them, the presl
(Unt wilt boII bonds uuder present
litflalAtion to u syudloato. If tbe
aanato Reta Into a serious controversy
over tbe measures for fluanelal rotlef, a
Koueral paulo may be pro.-lplttteJ. Ii
II to boboped this will be avoided
Tin country has had ull It cnu atind of
tills sort of tlilug.
Tf tbe president's cxtrerus gold
a andard pilloy la carried out and
Invlrjjf entered tbereupon there la fot
him no way out of It thla legislation
and gold bond Issues nro Indlapeuslblc
I a the opinion of many, If tho credit o
tbe coil u try is to be maintained. It l
Unfortunate that tho policy of redeem
I OK coin uotee, (recnbaokB aud sllvei
certificates In gold only was ovei
aiopted. Thla policy will, If adhcreo
to, com pall the govern raont toputui
a dollar in gold for every dollar oi
paper and tillver In circulation, and
perhaps fo? tho nlokols nud coppers.
It Id a fatal polloy, but havltig begun I
there is no retreat likely uuder Clevo
Tho goldholdbrs and bondholder
luvs tho country In their pocket-ami
thb problem must work itself out. It
tho fuoa of an Inoreaslug deficit, t
probablo panic, aud a depreciated cur
reuoy, tho majority of tho Republican
In congrofs sucm to liavo decided l
maintain the national honor and credit
by passing tho bill that acorn to thorn
to meet tho emergency. The sonatt
will probably do the same. But the
relief will only bti temporary. Perma
tient relief will not come until tbt
revenue tariff and oxoluslvo gola
standard aro abandoned. This, tht
Republican party will, wo truit, wlselj
bring about In 180(1 and 1807. But
thoro is n dark year ahoad of the
the oonntry. Wo bellovo it would be
bitter for tho national treasury and all
the banks If they would recognize the
silver dollar aa a legal tender dollar; ii
would relievo tho situation very muoh
Now, whatever la deposited in bauks,
b i It stiver or paper, becomes finally
a domuud iu gold. While the govern
mont must receive paper and silver, its
polloy makuj ail demands payable In
gold. la this not suicidal? Both the
government nud bauks should lmvo a
light to pay silver deposits aud silver
notes In sliver. If tuo silver dollar
were recognized as a legal tendor dollar,
the government and tho banks would
nt onco lmvo twlco at much metallic
inouvy, As It Is now, all tho silver aud
paper money Is mudo a dobt agaiuat
gold, aud Cleveland proposes to borrow
gold to pay It oil. The future policy oi
the Ilepubllcau party will not elimi
nate silver aud paper aa legal tendt r
raouoy. It cuunot and live.
Ministers of tho pulpit aud publ o
oillcluls who are eoujplclous iu tbe
columns of tuo newspapers aro usually
t'io oui'B who atteud most cotieolei.
tlously to their duties:
Hon. H. L. Burkloy Is still alive,
Ho has bteu on u missionary tour for
his church through thirteen states and
HtyB tho pcopto aro no more prosperous
thau tlioy are hero.
It seems the tax for the money to
build the Court street sewer aud clean
out Mill creUi ditch has not been lovled
j ct It will bo levied in January.
Cleveland needn't Issue any bonds
expecting newspaper men to buy
Bring in an ml lor UibNkw Yuabb
JoyitNAi. uml begin theyrur aright.
A hup year is 1800. May we all take
a sudden leap into prosperity,
pjus Gov, Fletcher of the Post waut
to tuko jmit In a crowing match?
Children Cry for
THE TAX EQUALIZERS.
Tkey Are flelllig iirTheir Won
tVlille Marioaw.Couut'y' Gets ft
It-jiso, as Usual.
Tho figures given below as tho work
of tho state board of equalization aro
not the final equalization as It will
stand, but simply changes In two
classes. The figures are prepared by a
reporter on tho Statesman who Is
clerk of the Doard and aro ptobably
GUANOES IN CLASS 2.
Wagon road Unds.rullroad lands and
The ohangea .made will leave tbe
property of this class.as taken together,
approximately as shown In tho follow
ing table, sul'Jeot to the slight change
which the casting of percentages on
tho several items separately will make:
Baker iI45.'9 "o change
Hcnton 1,900,00 no change
Clackamas 3.579 3.332.525
Clatsop M59.92 l.33.3
Columbia . 139.977 1.025980
Coos .595. no change
Curry 4"4.7po no change
Crook 790,602 7M.54;
Douglas 3.!.9l 3.903.37
Gilliam 77l.57tf no change
Grant 012,327 no change
liarney i,oi7,33 935.995
Jackson 2,809,001 2,008,55:
Josephine 699,805 o change
Klamath i,o37.7 no change
Lake 638,011 nochange
Lane 4t'447 3.095.45
Linn 4.573.995 nochange
Lincoln 5A205 45S.33
Malhuer 57.4o 5'.3
Marion 4.929.76 nochange
Morrow 653,244 nochange
Multnomah 9.27'.93 8.53,a0
folk 3.o".45 nochange
Sherman 673.545 nochange
nilamook ,... 855227 nochange
Umatilla 4.568.694 nochange
Union 2,200,93b nochange
Wallowa 438i737 nochange
Wasco 1,506,317 M3J.002
Washington 3A&b2 3,206,689
Vamhill 3J77.752 nochange
1'ue above figures mean a reduction
principally ou corporation property of
2,200,000. Tho gentlemen haye cer.
talnly earned tho thanks of tho corpo
rations and paid well for their railroad
pusnee I2d. Journal.
TOWN IXJ1S AND BUILDINGS.
Of all these Mr. Davey says:
Class I includes towu lots aud im
provements thereon. Iu this claea
Llun and Marion counties woro tho
only ones unlucky enough to be
increased, each county getting a raise
of 8 per cent. A reduction of 6 per
cent was made in Washington aud
Klamath; lu per cent in Douglas, Jack
ou, Malheur, Polk and Wasco; 8 per
oeul In Multnomah, 16 per cunt in
Clatsop and all tho balauoe were
allowed to staud as assessed. In this
class she following table will show the
amounts as returned by the counties
slid as oquallzod by tho beard:
lo.cphlnc ...... 201,856
Klamath ,, 04.322
I am , 1,372.430
Morrow ,.....,, iao,oos
1 illumook 100,058
Umatilla ...... 1,205,311
n astiinaion ,,,, 430,013
Tho board expects to complete Its
tabor Thursday, at which time tbe
tables will bo properly signed aud
filed with the secretary of state.
Tin this class Marlon and Linn are
raised $275,000, while Clatsop, Multno
mah aud 7 other counties are reduoed
18,783 000. Aa usual, Marlou was not
in the comblut, Ed Journal.
f rvr Ct4.
Four out at fl vo who
mental worry, attacks
ot " the blue," n but
ryinff tbe penalty ot
early exceases. Vic
tims, reoUlm your
iiuinhood. resoln root
vbjor. Dou't despftlr. Bend for book with
eipUnUoand proofs. MAllcd (sealwt) two.
ERIE MEDICAL 00., Bufftla, N Y.
VALLEY LOO AIi NEWS.
Deputy Bherlfl Cooper spent Christ
mas at home with bis parents.
Tho Masons gave a supper Friday
night to tut tho members of their
Mr. F. Hock, tlio enterprising hard
ware merchant, was presented with a
big bouncing boy 'at hi honi3 last
Friday night. Father and boy doing
Prof, Brlggs und family returned
Saturday from Bllvertou where they
were spending the holidays.
, The public school re-opened Monday
morning after a week's vacation.
Tho Woodmen of the West will hayo
a drama entitled "My Lady's Note"
and a banquet after for tbe entertain
ment of the members and their families
of that order.
Messrs. Bert Keen and Warren
Richardson returned Monday to tjalem
to their school work in the business
Mr. Djyld Wyutt nud family spont
the holidays at the homo of Mr.
Bolsloy'a lu this place.
Mrs. Riley Thomas, of Salem, spent
a few days in town last week as tne
guest of her mother, Mrs. Heullno.
Tho Christmas trro nnd exercises
glveu by tbe young people of the town
ou Christmas eve proved to be qulto a
Tho masquerade ball given byLaweon
Wlmer camo oil Christmas night and
was largely attended,
Miss Ddau Kitchen, Btayton's
society belle, guvo au Informal recep
tion to her old graduating cI.bs and
a few friends, at her parent's residence,
last Thursday evening, December 20.
Although only young in years, Miss
KttoheuB, through her winning way
and courteous manner, possesses social
talent that only few of her sex can
boast. Tho party of Thursday evening
was by loop odds tho most substantial
iu all of Its proparUlons of any social
heretofore glveu lu Htaytou. The
evening was spout In sames, music and
convenes until about 10 o'clock the
"shadows" were sold to tho highest
bidders, aud afLor the congratulations
aud exclamations had subsided, u de
licious lunch was ludulged lu, which
was soon disposed with, und then "A
Penny fori our Thoughts" ncxt came
tu order causing much memmeut,
Miss Kitchen won tne first prize aud
Miss Elder tho booby prize. But the
best of socials must cud, aud tho best
of friends must part, bo nt an early
hour the gents took their departure,
vowlug it tho very best social thoy had
over had tho good fortuuo to attend.
Our reporter, who, by tho way, was
ono of tho "big guns" was bo iluZid, by
the beautiful assembly that sho forgot
tomako a full ioport,couBtqueutly only
a partial list of thoao present id glveu
below, the balauoo "'being ohurgo to
tbe doctor:" MIssoj Djau Kitchen,
Mlnulo Magers, Pearl Hunter, Lutira
Derbsy shire, Lilly Btaytou, Murtha
Wilson, Kora Crubtree, Cora Hunter,
Mauu Elder, Mury Wlleou, Tempest
Duulvlti, Alice Balsley and M.
Kltchon, Dr. Kitchen, Messrs Davy
tJmlth, Arthur Elder, Harry Hunter,
Dell Balsley, Billy Cooper, Jim Udeel,
Uoy Klug, Chest Mack, Erl ilunlty,
Bert Waters and Herohell Mack.
Mr. aud Mrs. T. Waudel and
eon are yislutng lu Eugene.
Extiherlft Matt Bcott and daughter,
Uraco, hayo returned from a visit to
Mr. G. W. Wright aud family, nro
vIsltiuK Mrs. Wright's parents In
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Williams, of
Independence, arc vlsltlug tholr
daughter, Mrs. I). V. I'ollug, lu this
Mr. O. 11. Hoberg, of Albany, Is
vltltlug hU biother, Itev. Jotuipb
Hoberg, at MoMluuvlllo.
Will Qo to Maryland.
F. II, Bryuut, for kouio time pust
uugluecr nt the stato reform school, will
tomorrow ulve up his duties to F. II.
Kluzoy, of Kutfeue, who wiwnppoluted
by (ho Hlato board to Hit that poiltlou.
Mr. ilryaut, nccompaulcd by his llttlo
sou, Itttlph, will leavo for Baltimore,
Maryland, wliuro ho will visit his
parents nud other relatives. Mrs.
Uryunt died three years utfo, und
Riilph will in the future live with his
grandmother. Mr, Uryaut expects to
return to Oreguu lu a few months to
assume the position of eugtucor ou one
of the railroads.
Don't forget before wlndlug lip 1805
that proteotlou, reciprocity aud bl
ruetallsui are tho watohworda for 1800,
tiftlom's now $100,000 woolen mill
will be a monumout to protection lu
the Willamette valley.
The Salem woolen mills rebuilt will
bo the crowning not of 1803 for Balem.
Itonow TliK Joubnai for 1800
SSrV ' ''"'
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Li M li Ira M
THE FATHER'S REPLY.
Robert Wcddlo, of Turner, RopllcB to
Robert Weddle, father of theun
fartunato girl, iu answer to the above,
Thoro is ul)3olutoly no truth In tho
above stutement of causes that lud my
daughter to commit suicide, There Is
noquestlou in my mind hut what It
was written for tho purpose of injuring
myself nud family. Tho writer knows
that the article Is a mauufastured mass
of deliberate falsehoods, hence ho dates
It at Turner nnd dare not slgu his
name. It is true that I objected to my
daughter keeping company with n
certain young man but I did eo bo
causo that young man had himself told
m9 stories of his pnnt life that rendered
him unfit to associate with n respect
ablo girl. I did not, however, try to
forca my daughter to go with any
one. Bhe was 10 years old, nn ago at
which every girl require 0 ireful
guardianship, nud It i my right nud
duty to see that proper supervision was
kept oyer her, purtloiiiuilj in reuard to
her associates. At to her fearing puu
Islmient f.r disotiejlug mo, 1 huvo
never ttruok m children a blow dur
ing their llleilnie. Lilt have ruled them
by kludness alone, und fur two yea a
Lilly has beeu au object of especial ,
csio, owing to uu nccldeutul injury
received by tier, i havo been a resident
of thla vicinity for several years, and I
do not. think the luslnuutlouB or false
hood) of a porson who Is ashamed to
sign his uamo can Injuro me, but I
wish thla Btttameut published to cor
rect a falso Impression lu the minds of
these who are not familiar with tho
State ok Ohio, City or Toledo, l
Lucas Count v J
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie it the
senior partner of tho firm of F.J. Cheney &
Co, doing liuiincsj In the City of Toledo,
County nnd State uforcsaid, nnd that said firm
will pay die mm of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by the use of Hall' Catarrh
Franr J. CllRNEY
Sworn to before me nnd subseilbed in my
presence, this Otli day of December, A. D
.., A.W. Cusason,
J seal Notary l'ubllc
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and
acts directly on the blood and musous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free,
F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O
SSold by Druggists, 75c.
Tho war oloud has yuuished.
Honda or bust says U rover.
Let The Whole World
Know The Good
DrJiilcs' Heart Cure Does
HEART DISEASE, has Its victim at a
disadvantage, Always taught that
heart dUeoso lslncurablo, whontbe
symptoms bocomo well defined, tho patient
becomes alarmed and a nervous panic takes
place. Hut when a fcuro remedy Is found
aud n cure offectod, after yoars ot suffering,
thoro Is great rejoicing nnd desire- to "let
tho whole world know," Mrs. Laura Wine
ingor, ot Solktrk, Kansas, writes, "I desire
to let tho wholo world know what Dr. Miles'
Tr Miltc' Iloart Curo has done for
Ul, 1'UICS me p0P ten years I had
Heart CUre paimnmy heart, hort-
noss of breath, palplta-
Tjartifi. oppressed feeling in my
flvaUUtitft chest, weaU and hungry
spells, bad dreams, could not He on either
sUlo, was numb and suffered terribly. I took
Pr. Miles' Iloart Curo and before I finished
the second bottle 1 felt Its good effects, I feel
now that I am fully recovered, and that Dr.
Mllei' Heart Cure saved ruy life."
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee
that first bottle- boucBU, or mpqey refunded,
Dealer in Groceries, Paints,
and tlic most complete stock ol
Brushes of all Kinds In (he
State. Artists' MatcrIaIs,LImo,
Hair, Cement and Shingle? aud
finest duality of GRASS SfcEDh
I soil ItbNT.-A Jiouio on Winter xtret. Willi
rivu gooa fired room. Kreownjerarylcu
luaulreuMil Wlotcrnret. 2WI
1m KrtLE. Krtkb lutieu cow. Inquire of
J H.T.iiruee.Noitti tulem 21-31
WANTED -A iilrl 10 oo cenerul housework
A, ply to Mrs. J. A. Liirjou, Illa streut,
boutu BHleiu. 31-Sl
Wtu no nor WAMruojaor loaient but
meu 01 ublllty. J300 lo 0 a month to
nuulcH. HUilonua geutiral nijeniii. buinr
und comtiilsiloii, lluciuo jKIro 1:jIoo Co.,
ltllCluO, WIS. OUB41
OUliUU A1B.1N, l'UL.iroiiAtt AND llUbi
L nes nouses can obtain all ucwpicr In
lorinnilo . from tboluem ol the kUiu, uOMSt
njrt oouutry rrom Iho l'riH dlpplug llu tall,
(AlienV) iiioii iiiojk. t-oniiiiiu. 1Z-WU
Uvllac ruHDAi K, tioueoliooui, ukiu
numb, (unlry, cIoodui, baru uuU gooa
well water, $750. 'ifurd mrert. betw.en l)ivl
Ion und buipylOB. Kuulic uUSi lnlur
Bireei. for ulow duyB oniv. otti
Mc.ti.iiNu. .uk uulilNU a-And Ulvlue
Iit-Hilng ovtry Buoda uftoruoou nt lis
.uigti aireei, alS ijOo'oiock, 'Xbe ixjrd's cuil
dreu wbo ure Mfflieud urn Invited to nlleua
thj lieu'lng Borvices. Meollnus nt Futbtr
O juld'H, North onlem, n 10.80 lu the mornlus.
UiUTrt lMcMitK TlTaWnlTKU tVll
O .out lu k oa loudltlon Ju.lMio tiling
lorbumncsa liouieor ktuaeut Imrnlun to uo
the typvrltei. luqulie nt Mi con.mereinl
LAIllKa,- Djn't allow your f-iccs to bo
crowned wltn gray hntis when you eau
imve 11 itktoicd to its uuinrrtl iolor in four
hours. A M UUlni, room II, U.druldKO
WaNlrl) .. inn . or lady w ...iiuueo UU
tn..utl c oai Hjinpim, spcclaltlwi. do
cor espoudlhg. o..d oyiVrtii Co.. 'ill Hood
wara, Detroit, MIouUmii, lOocuta for samples
tonp io , itojivo outtli oiler. U-J-lin
Knttui. i-ai'j.U l-urgeiotol iioavy urown
j wruupliig pupor mr wiie cheap. Just tbe
lumi: for putting iinir enrpctn. Call at Jour-
Ijrt.rr.iwi.-l'oitland, tutcruraeaio, ovattle
X Tuei.iim and oun e'raucUco papors ou eaie
bt llOttl'H I'ojvoIIlco olock.
j r. rnnhll, X4owpupeFAdvortTmiiit Aeui
J J. '21 ilerouuuts' Kvcbange. a.m Kraoomoo
14 our nuiiioriitd nguut. lliis pat Is Kept
nn tile in n.HOtllco.
UMil lJ L.UAN, O, MUU. halt 'J
roil Utllow bli.fK. Ull.
(iIl.Iji4 3 ir.ujiAW Typewrit. u. tun
O ooiuuieruUi Bkniogrnnliy. uilloo, roua
'l, vir. but k. Tli9 i)i or rork do io it nn
fOJlOM MlH 7-.S
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Ical agents In all towns and localities
and throughout the United States and tcirl
tories to sell the best washer in use consider
Inc its price from $3 to $5. For particulars
J. n. nitOWN,
156 Stato street. Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN
Ou farm laud security. Bpeclal rates
ou lurgo loans. .Loans considered
HAMILTON & MOHl
II h -iilc building.
MONEY JO LOAN I
On city or farm proportv.
T. K. FORD,
Over Bush's Bauk.
MONEY JO LOAN.
I have $5000 to loan in one sum or any
fractional part r.ot less than $300 To loan In
Salem during the next 30 days. Address,
J. II. HAWLEY,
2C6yt Stark street, 1 Tortland, Or.
WOLZ li MIESCKE, Props.
I);alera In nil kinds of rrshaud salt, meats.
-Kresli sausage a specially,
171 Ui-MMbU XALittT.
821 Goinmerolalsu I Cottle blooK.J
BuoooBsor 10 O. M. Ueekft Oo. iC
Bwt meats In the city, 1'romptaeilvery
at Ifiwnm prioen.
Meets ntt mall aud passenger tra'ns, Hag.
Kgo nnd exprefs to all purU of the city,
omptservlce, Telepbono N . 7it.
DRAY AND KXritKSB.
Capital Transfer Co.
U ItHV TOWN, l-HOl.
" " iuu nn itlUUI Ul wnift
douo protuptiy. Leave orden ftt lattou'i
C. H. LANE,
2'1 Commernlal L. HalAin (lr
J-Hulu lis upward. 1'unts S3 upwuras.-tia
SALEM WATER CO.
Officei Willamette Hotel Bul!J!n
X. t water servloe apply at office. Dills nay.
note monthly in advanoe. Makel all com.
plalnu at tba office
Open spicset to prevent freesln, positively
roblblled Cure should bo Uk-o If lu dancer
f f. eeiihe to have t-p and waste gate ciost-d
ee sectlou ti rules aud re.ulat'ou. Node tuo-
Hon iu bibs will be allowed lor abteuoe or for
uy caus whatever unless water Is cut on
in ?ki' ii wp?
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
Service and Scencru Unequalled
'JOhrouyh Palace and Tourist Sleepers
Vlnlnu and Buffet Library Can
Trains leave I'oitland and Seattle dally for the Kail.
Tickets, reservations and liacgace checked to all points.
Tor comfort In travel take the Great Northern.
BOZORTH BROS., Agents?,
K. C. STEVENS. G. W. V. A.. Seattle, Wash.
A. 11. C. DENN1STON. C. P. & T. A., Portland, Oi.
ywfi Tifihts S
Union Pacific System
Through Till iinnn l'nlaeo Hleopers. Tourist
Hlccpomand Kieo ltfcllnlng Cbalr Cars dally
PORTLAND (o CHICAGO
Our trains nro honied by steam nnd cat
lighted by FlnUch llsht.
Tlmo to Ohloaco, H tiayn.i
Time to New York, l)$ day.
Which Is many hoar quicker than all com
For rats, time tables and full Information
- KOI BK & SSAKKER,
Azeats, Miom ui
it V. lU'XTKlt, O. hi. lilt WW.
liuuerul Agent. Dint. 1'mhk. Ageni
lAi Third t.. Portland.
Eastern R. R. Company
YAQU1NA HAY ROUTE.
Connecting -nt Yaqulni Day with the San
l'rancisco iV Yaqulni Hay Steamship (Jo.
a 1 and lirst dais In every respect, bails
Irom Yanulna lor bin 1'ianoisco about very
I'assencor accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or pnlntt west to San
Francisce: Cabin. 512; steerage, $S; cabin,
round trip, good Co days, SiS.
For sailing dates apply to
II. L.WALDEN. Agent.
CI IAS. CLARK. Corvallis, Or.
1SUYV1N BTONli, Manager, Ucrvallis, Or.
A. J. CHURCHILL, Local Agent, Salem.
W. A4UusioK J.;h. albiht,
TransucU a general bansuntc business.
iss ratal's School
1 Will receive children trom 8 years upwards.
Special ttentlon to beginners. All deired
branches for tho o der pupils taught, Includ
ing drawlDL', modeling;, muslo plain and
artlstloBeedlawers: All work doue on he
Individual pan, In which each thlld Is ad
vnoMl according to lu own capaolty. For
terms nd particulars apply to Miss O. Uallou
Twentieth and UhemeKeta U
Divan by it qualified teacher, - native
of aermany. Classes for children on
H. turdvyit nt Ch tnnln 11 ill.
Uy Urs. Itapsev. Hi Marlon Bt,
Given on reasonable terms by an experienced
teacher. W. A.ltAPiliY,
5l Marlon si.
JParlora Over Gray Bros.
E. M. WAITE POINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank publishers.
Hnh' Nwtr nrlak.ovir Ihw bank. Onm'l -irr
J TO MAKE
03 00 for every tiu invested can be made by
O.mrJ.'oway,,euial10 H"n ot Mpecolailon, r
1 1000 and more made dally on n ail It ve
chbary maxi7 IWMa wh Uvo "
ioit!ntWm!lfhi? to J?VMUata our nsw and or
LV 1 n,el50d, lNl woritlnjs or plan and
.i.',n oa ",nu." how 10 make money
VJi' VJ?en.oa ,he ns lde of 01 the maret
and othrlnlormatonsent KRKE ""re''
MltZ! AJXVuke "a Urokers.
Open Hoard of Tj-de Hldg, Chicago, III,
HOT GAR HOUR
EAST AND SOUFH
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dally betuccn
Portland and San Francisco,
8:50 p. in.
11:00 p. m.
lv. Portland or. I 8:10 a.m.
lv. Salem lv. 6:00 a. m.
ar. San Fron. lv, j 6:00 p. m.
Above trains stop at Kant Portland, Oregon
City, Wo dburn, Salem, Turner, Maiion,
Telterson, Albany, Albany Junction, Irinjj,
Eugene, Creswell, Drain, and all stations
from Roicburg to Ashland, inclusive.
KOSEI1URG MAIL DAIIY.
riontli I I for7ll ""
8:30 n.in. lv. Portland nr. Isio'p.m.
11:00 a.m. lv. .Salem lv. 2:20 p.m.
fi:20 p.m. I nr. Koscb'tr lv. 8:30 a.m.
tjotitli I iN'ortli"
'4:00 p.m. lv. Portland nr. 1 10:03 a.m.
(1:15 p.m. j nr. Salem lv. 8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
aud second-class sleeping cars attached to alt
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallii, dally (ex
cept Sunday. 1
7:30 a m.l Lv, Portland, Ar j 6:20 p. m.
12:15 p.m.) Ar.
Corvallis. Lv 1 1:35 p. in.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trams or Oregon Contral & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
4:45 p. m I Lv. Portland Ar. j 8:25 a m.
7115 p. m. ) Ar. McMinvllle Lv 6:50 a.m.
to all points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from WAV. SINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asat. G. F. & P. A.,
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
To St. Taul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
maim lotKs, v.rooKsion, Winnipeg,
' Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
ioik-, uojion. ami an I'oints
East and South
For lnfarmattnn. llmo cirrlt mini nn.l
tickets, call on or write
THOMAS, WATT & CO,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pas Act.,
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R, &l N. CO.
E, M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
Greet Northern fty
Union Pacific fty,
Low rales tn all riiic .. flrfin stClOl'
en leave Portland svsry five days.
rur tun aetaus call on or address
r. J POWERS.
root of Trade t. Local Age