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LETTER FROM ALBERTA.
ner Salemlte Located at Olds, on the
' Canadian Pacific Railroad.
iollowlni; Interesting extracts are
u n private letter, written by a
(in gentleman who lins recently
ded at OUIh, Alberta, Canada:
fe had a pleasant trip here. Got
from Portland, Thursday night,
11:30, In a rainstorm; was at Ta-
at daylight, and at Sumas, on
jundary line, at 3 p. in. "We left
If rain behind us in Washington,
by noon of Friday wo had bright
lilnc, and have had no rain since.
Soes not rain here until summer
Kt the last of May and on during
summer. About 5 p. tu. wo met
through train from Vancouver, at
lion Junction, and canio on along
Eraser river, and then thcThomp-
E As night came on wo began to
lb tlio Selkirk mountains. All day
irday wu viowed tlio mountains
tiynlley, saw cattle ranches, saw-
i and' small towns. The thcrmoni-
wns about 20 above zero, and
snow on the ground. During
Irday night wo were climbing up
vest slope of the Uockles. Atday-
I Sunday we were at Palllster; 8
., at Mt. Stephen; 0:15 at the great
8c. At Calgary, l:30,.tho sun rose
laud clear, and continued line all
The view was grand, wo ap
ed to bo only a few miles from the
mountains, and tlio sun glist-
I on the Ice-capped top3, making
tnchantlng view. Tho thcrmom
Kat Calgary was 20 above zero.
Kit 10 Inches of snow In the street;
Bleeping; a bright, beautiful day.
'spent Sunday here, and next
ilng came on to 'Olds, S5 miles
train. The country Iscompara-
ly a prairie, but land rolls a little.
Ehud a snow squall hero on the
r.Dcoplo said It was 15 degrees bc-
B'but I did not think It was colder
It 15 degrees above zero. All other
i have been fine since the;i. 'They
Bt have a great quantity of snow
p during winter, not over a foot
ron.tho Holds. That Is about all
i now. Another week of weather
fas wo have had for the last week
irmers will begin seeding. This
F wonderful country for stock.
grows abundantly and very
Itlous. Horses get fat out all
er. Cattlo are seldom housed for
than a few nights. I was out to
Isomo young cows that had been
er shelter only three nights for
fwlnter. They wcro rolling lat. I
btr saw better cattle come out of n
ner's barn in the East that had
fed on Just hay and kept In tho
for live months. A spring calf
jrth 85. In the fall $10 or the
Imd fall $20 and the third or when
at three years old $35 to $40. It
vory little to keep them. It
is $3 per ton to cut and stack hay,
I- summer pasture can bo had for
i fencing, or you can allow stock to
i'by looking after them occasion-
A man with some capital can
ice good money by going into cattle
from the settlements a bit. Tlio
tloaro bought up by dealers who
i to England via Montreal, and rat
commands cash at all times,
Icet unlimited. There are plenty
hiarter sections of land to be had
lilnfrom 4 to 10 miles of tho rail--
; stations, and if one had the cash,
I; about $1,000, ho can buy an im-
yed quarter section for about what
h Improvements cost. This may
stramre. but as you Know inero
i always soruepeoplo who dlssatls-
and want to change, yuue a
liber of young men came In here
lore or with tho railroad, took up
Irtor sections, built some buildings
fenced the land. Thoy are un
tried and some of them want to go
fck to the old home. Again some-
ly'a wife has got homesick oru man
I got hurt and these want to sell,
the satisfied man will not sell his
ice for 82,000, Tho country Is
tllwr un fast in a few years tho
tie towns will be larger ones, brick
irds will bo started, brick houses
11 replace logs, and the man that
ts hold of tho opportunity early
111 come out allrlght if he has any
Children Cry for
.nrn me I C MY MAGIb.
Victim ot Lost hoJ should wndat
that explain how
full xnanlr ylpor
It eaailr, quickly
restored. No man
Book telle how
full Btrenath, de-
topment as tea; are impanea
ortlon of tho hody. Sent with positive
, 11 fMi tnanvminoniiiLiuuiuww
Mdds'ia fee tattle, sMc. cheat, or
CALL FOR CONVENTION.
A Republican convention for tho
state of Oregon Is called to meot In
tho city of Portland, on Thursday,
April 0, 1890, at 11 o'clock a. m., for
the purpose of nominating candidates
for tho prcsldental electors and state
and district olllccs, except congress
men, and of electing four delegatcs-at
huge to the Republican national con
vention, and to transact such other
uslness ns may properly come before
chc convention. The convention will
onslst of 237 del o gates chosen by tho
everal counties as follews:
Harney . 2
Tho same being one delegate-at-largc
from each county and one dele
gate for every 200 votes and for overy
fraction over one-half thereof cast for
tho Republican candidate for governor
at the election held In this state on
June 4, 1801.
All voters In favor of tho Republi
can principle of protection to Ameri
can Industries and American labor
the upbuilding of a home market, a
sound llnanclnl policy and a patriotic
enforcement of the Monroe doctrine
aro cordially Invited to unite with us.
George A. Steel
William Kavus, Chairman.
Portland, Or., Feb. 5, 1800-
A Republican convention for tho
llrst. congressional district, of the
state of Oregon, Is hereby called to
meet lit tho city of Albany on Tues
day, April 7, 181X1, at 3 p. m. for the
purpose of nominating a candidate
for congress and two delegates to tho
national Republican convention. The
convention will' consist of. 122' dele
gates to bo chosen by tho several
counties, as follews:
Josephine .... 4
Tho sumo being one delegate at
largo for each county,aud one for each
200 votes, or fraction over one-half
thereof, cast for tho Republican gov
ernor at tho election held Juno 4, 1801.
The commltto recommends that tho
primaries and county conventions be
held In accordance with the recom
mendation of the state ' central com
mltteo Tjios. II. Tongue, President.
J. A. Wilson, Secretary.
Republican State Delegates.
Douglas J. T. Bridges, Peter
Hume, A. W. Reed, O. P. Cathcart,
F. W. Benson, J. B. Riddle, J. S.
Hunt, BenJ Huntington and R. B.
Umatilla T. E. Fell, L. 33. Yates,
J. P. Koontz, Douglas Belts, John
Bean, Charles Wllklns George Proeb
stel,Win.Cosgrovo and Leo Moorhousc.
Washington Thomas II. Tongue,
Dr. Craig, F. J. Batty, Calvin Jack,.!.
E. Tensch, B. P. Cornelius, C. W.
Allen, W. R. Day, R. Council, J. C.
Greer, George Hall.
Grant Charles W. Parrlsh, D. G.
Ovorholt, Edwin Hall, A. F. Mao Rea
and William Rudlo.
Columbia W. II. Conyers, Harrison
Allcn.Georgo W. Mayger.DavId Davis
aud G. F. Doan.
Clatsop W. T. Chutter, II. S.
Wooden, C. W. Fulton, W. II. Barker,
John Fox, W. W. Rldchalgh and F. J.
Wasco J. O. Day, M. T. Nolan, J.
M. Patterson, E. L. Smith, F. W.
Jones, George Johnston aud A. E.
GHllam-S. G. Hawson, W. W. Stcl
wer and G. B. Dukek.
Yamhill A. J. Apperson, J. M.
Crawford, J. P. Magers, T. N. Graves,
W. T. Vinton, A. Blackourn, J. E.
Hubbard, Henry Hewitt.
Unlon-W. T. Wright, .1. R. Ferrel,
J. p. Casey, Chas. Hallgrath, J. B.
Thorson, J. M. Church, S. O. Swack
hammer, M. B. Rccs.
Morrow A. Andrews, J. N. Brown,
J. W. Hagcr, T. R. Howard.
Marlon Wm. HUleary, II. O. Son
nemann, II. L. Barkley, D. S. Kaln,
W. B. Brown, J. II. Riches, R. E.
Downing, Thos. Bruce, Mark Skiff,
W. J. Hadly, Wm. Cherrlngton, J. T.
Ross, James L. Cook, F. C. Perrlno,
D. C. Sherman, Adam Ohmart, Claud
Gatch, J. A. ShaW; Win. Waldo, at
Klamath; C. S. Moore and George
Josephine W. T. Coburn, C. O.
BIglow, R. A. Booth, Charles Decker.
Coos R. S. Littlefleld, W. Sinclair
and C. W. Olive.
Lake A. C. Auldon, E.M. Brattain
and A. Snider.
Tillamook; L. P. Smith, W. L.
Brooks, T. B. Handloy.
Linn A. J. Johnson, S. A. Daw
son, Joseph Yates; E; O. Evans, John
Denny, W. II. Ingram, J. 11. Scott,
T. F. Smith, J. L. Tlndall, .1. W. Ctt
sick. Malheur:- S. P. Stacey, J. E. Hill
and I. W. Hope.
Douglas-A. W. Reed, J. S. Hunt,
L. Loughary, R. B. Dixon, BenJ.
Hunttngton, E. L. Parrott, J. T.
Bridges, J. B. Riddle and D. S. K.
Washingten: G, W. Patterson, Dr.
James Wythlcombe, C. P.Tygart, Dr.
J. P. Tamesle, I. A. Macrum, II. P.
Ford, James Imbrlc, M, D. Markham,
G. W, Stltt, William -Marsh, Harvey
Marlon county -11. B.Condlt, F. W.
Hollls, A. F. Blackcrby, J. II. Roland,
Geo. Ehlen, Wm. Fry, J. H. McNary,
Louis Stinsou, R. J. Hendricks, C.
llson, Prince llyrnc, J'. Voorhecs, J.
C. Johnson, A. J. Richardson, .lap
Mlnto, E. E. McKlnnqy, Win. Bushy,
C. D. Ilartmau, Wm. Waldo delcgato
Lincoln county C. H.Crosno, R. A.
Bcusal, E. .1. Davis.
Clackamas coiinty J. W. Mcldrum,
G. W. Pressor, T. F. Ryan, J. M.
Tracy, Geo. F. Horton, S. M. Ramsby,
T. B. Thomas, .1. L. Krusc, II. S. C.
Phelps, J. S. Vaughn, E.M. Hart man,
J. R. Morton.
P. Irvine, J. W. Ilobbs, O, H. Irvine,
A. Detmerlng, M. O. Lownsdulo, D.
P. Trulllnger and George W. Blbce.
Josephine AY. T. Coburn, C. O.
Blg'clow, R. A. Booth, Charles Decker.
Coos. R. S. Llttlcllcld, W. Sinclair
and C. W. Oil ye.
Lake A. C. Auldon, E. M. Brat
tain and A. Snider.
Klamath: O. C. Applegate and R.
Tillamoek: L. P. Smith, W. L.
Brook's, T. B. Handley.
Llnn-J. R. Whitney, J. A. Wilson,
E. D. Cuslck, O. P. Glover, J. E. Yeo
man, Robt. Glass, J. R. Davis, L. C.
Prettyman, A. J. Craudall, J. F. Von
ner. Deafness Cannot be Cured,
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portions of tho ear.
There Is only one way to euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
lnllamcd condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. When
this tube gets iutlamcd you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is entirely closed deaf
ness Is tho result, and unless tho In
flammation can bo taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an ln
llamcd condition of tho mucous sur
face Wo will give Ono Hundred !Dollars
for any case pf deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Curo. Sond for cir
F.J. Chenney &Co., Toledo O.
3TSold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Connty Democratic Convention.
The Marlon county democratic con
vention Is hereby re-called to meot at
Salem, Wednesday, April 15, 1800, at
11 a. m. for tho purpose of nomluat
lug a county ticket In full.
J. R. Fairuanks,
Chairman of tho convention.
Salem, March 30, 1800. 3 31 td
Polk county Republican convention
at Dallas, April 4.
First congressional district Repub
lican convention nt Albany on Tues
day ,' April 7.
State Democratic convention nt
Portland April 0th.
Republican national convention
meets In St. Louis, Juno 10.
Democlatlc national convention
meets In Chicago. July 7.
National Populist convention, St.
Louis, July 22.
imISII All J-suu"er frm
loss of cn
ment, the re
sult of ex
eases, or drains upon the system,
excesses, or abuses, bad habits, or
early vices, are treated through cor
respondence at their homes, with
uniform success, by the Specialists
of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. A book
of 136 large pages, devoted lo the
consideration of the maladies above
hinted at, may Ie had, mailed se
atrefy sealed from observation, t'tt a
plain envelope, by sending 10 cents
nt one-cent stainns ( for nostaee on
Book), to the World's Dispensary
Medical Association, at the above
mentioned Hotel., For more than
a quarter of a century, physicians
connected with this widely cele
brated Institution, have made the
treatment of the delicate diseases
above referred to, their sole study
and practice. Thousands, have con
sulted them. This vast experience
has naturally resulted in improved
methods and means of cure.
Sii AikJI 7 I I
rnnkril 1 'Pl I
WKi II hi
IHIRTY tt' ohiwgmttc-a
mim ef ywwai, permit
It la tuaijHttoanMr th tet Tamely tor Imftuata iu& CkilJraa
tfc werlfll ha ver known. It i kanalen. Ckllttrem like It. It
f lr that -kealUi. It will ava tkelr live. la It Matfcwa have
Bomeiklay widow I nftiolnto'lr fo aatl prttcUoally ywffaat a
Ciwtorl rteitroyn Wiorma.
Caitorla allay FoTcrtikaeoa.
Caitorla prevoai vomiting Soap Carl.
Oattorla care Dlarrhroa aa J WlmA Colle,
Cmtorla roltovo Tcathlaie TroaMa.
Cattorla care Coantlpatloa aa& Flatalcany.
Catorlft HaatraUe tho effect of oarboalo add ga or polaoaeaa air.
Caitorla floe aot ooatata tnorpalae, op lam, or otker aarootlo property.
Catorla ttladlato tho food, regnlttto the tomaoh aail Bowal.
glviag haalthy aad natural aloop.
Caitorla U pat p la ona-atxo hottlon only. It In aot aold la talk.
Poq't alloTT way oaa to tell yoa aaythlag 0U0 oa tho plaa ar promle
that It 1 "Jt a good" aud "will aaiwer ovary pnrpato."
Sao that yoa got C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
IVtiiinf.and Jiufl'et. Library Cam
Trains leave Portland and Seattle daily for the Eait.
Tickets, reservations and baggage checked to all points.
For comfort In travel takethe Great Northern
BOZORTH !BROS., Agrents.
R. C. STGVENS, G. V;i. A.. Seattle, Wash.
A. H. C. DENNISTON.ZC. V.I& T. A.. rorllandOi.
Union Pacific System.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Touris
Sleepero and Freo Kecllnlng Chairs dally
1'OllTLAlm to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated by steam and sr
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 !: days
Time to New York. 4 1-3 days.
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitors. For rates, time tables and Misinform ion
BOISE cC HAliKElt,
Agents, Salem, Or.
It. V. BAXTER, C. II. WINN,
General Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent
13S Third Street, Portland.
Eastern R, R Company
VAQUINA MAY ROUTE.
Connecting t Yariuina Hay vritlt the .San
Francisco & Yaquina Way BteamsMp Co.
a 1 and first-class in every respoct. SaIUj
from Yanutna lor &an rrancuco auoui every
Passenger accommodsllons unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or poln't 'wt to Han
Franclscoi Cabin, i steerage, J8; cabl
round trip, good 60 days, $18.
For sailing dates apply to
II. UAVALDEN. Agent.
CHAS. CLARK. Corvallis, Or.
EDWIN BTONE. Manager, Ccrrallis, Or.
A. J. CHURCHILL, Local Aaent, Salem.
UA EaSUh Bt Bi.
u. ! wnm I-' - w
wnj r ""
f Cterl witk tk pfctraattf ef
m o peiOt of It wltheat yaewiaT.
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Elegant Dinln Cars
Tourist Sleeping Care
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, l'argo,
Grand Forks, C'rookston, Winnipeg,
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, lioston, ana an I'oims
East an'l South
For .information, time 'cards. !mans and
tickets, call on or wrlio
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Act.
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R. &, N, CO.
E. M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
TO THE EAST GIVES .THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis Si'Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas Cily. Low rates to
Portland San Fjahcisco.
Steamers leave Alnsworlh dock, Portland
March 33 and 28, and April 2, 7, 12, 17,a '
and 38th at 8 p. m.
Fare Cabin, ; steerage, $2.50.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION,
River Steamers., Ruth and Elmore for
Portland, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and
Friday at ir;i. m., arriving at 6 p.m.,
and on Thursday and Saturday 7 a. m. ar
riving at 3130 p. 111, Returning leave Port
land every day except Sunday at 6 a, m,,
arriving in Salem at ino p. m. For Corvallis,
Monday, Tuesday, Thirsday and Saturday
at 3:301). m., arriving at Independence nt 6
p.m., Albany at 9 p.m., Corvallis II p. m.
Dock foot of Trade street.
For full deltlli call on Rolse & Darker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, ot address.
W, II. HURLHURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full detain call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest, Local Agent
Havo You Soon
tho new Touomi Pun Boxf It la glran
( wltU ich box of Powdar. Ask tot It.
v m wm.
Commercial Street, Corner State
The Capital Printing Company has 10
moved to that location. Call on us.
C. H. LANE,
21 1 Commercial St., Salem Or
t7Suits x 5 upwards. Pan til upwands'J
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
consldeied without delay.
HAMILTON & MOI.t
Hush Rank bulldlnS.
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property,
T. K. FORD
106 State street. New and neat. Wo
guarantee the best meal in the city. Prices
reosnnablc. Qnc trial will insure your pat
louage, Prlvato rooms for ladies.
II. L. CARLTON, Prop.
F. VAN DER 11AAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobbor.
481 Winter street.
tTlIard times prices always.
Notice to Duilding Contractors! Scaled
bids will be received at the office of Secretary
of State, Salem, Or., until I o'clock p. m
Wednesday, April 8, 1896, for the erection
and completion of n hospital building at
Roseburg, Or,, according lo plans, speefflca.
tions, etc., now on exhibition nt the office ol
Uelot 1. Necr, nrchltect, 133 First street,
Portland; state house, Salem, (Jr.; and at the
Soldiers' Home, of Roiclmru, Oi. All bids
mint be accompanied with a cettified check,
drawn to the oider of S. II. Ormtby, chair
man board of trustees, Oregon Soldiers'
Home, in a sum equal to 5 per cent ot bid,
the same to bj forfeited and and applied to
the Soldiers' Home fund In case the lowest
ur accepted bidder falls to enter into contract,
with acceptable bonds, in the sum of the full
amount ol contract, with at least two sureties,
within lo days after the award of contract.
All bids must be addressed to
S. 1). ORMSRY,
"Care Secretary ofState Salem, Or,,
"Tender ol (nnme) for Hospital
at Soldiers' Home."
The tight to reject an)" and all bids is
hereby reserved. Hy order of the Hoard ol
Trustees of the Soldiers' Home.
Attesti S. 11. ORMSIIY, Ctimn. of Hoard
E. H. WA1TE MINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Rush's New Urlck over the bunk Com'l st
Meets all mall and passenger trains llag.
gage and express to all parts of the city,
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Bulldln",
For water service apply at office. Hills
payable monthly In advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Open splcket to prevent freezing, poil
tivcly prohibited, Care hIiouKI bo taken
If in danger of freezing to have stop any
waste gale closed seo section 3 rules and rcg.
ulation. No deduction In bills will be all
lowed for absence or for any cause whatever
unless water Is cut of from premises.
WAGON & REPAIR SIMP
I have rcaoved my shop to J, J, Harkltis'
late place of business and am prepared to do
all kinds of first- class blacksmith and wood
work, I will b? pleased to see my friends
It, J. IIERSCHIIACn,
loo Chemekela street.
OT FREE DELIVERY.
WOLZ k MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats
np-Frenh sausage a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
W. A. Cusick J, II. Albert.
Transact a general banking business.
Capita! Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express. Iwuirace nd all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Pal too' t
a 'i 1
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co.
California Express Train Run dah between
Portland and San Francisco.
I North '
tv. i'ornanct ai.
Iv Salem I v.
ar. San Fran. Iv,
AlmvA train item at INaf Pskrtlan.l "!....
City, Wordburii, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jefferson, Albany, Albany Junction, Irving,
Eugene, Crcswell, Drain, and all stations
uum mncuurg u niiuinu, inclusive.
Iv. Salem lv.
nr. Itoscb'p; lv.
lv. Tortlnnd nr.
DINING CARS ON OODEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Hctween Portland and Corvallis, dally (ex
Lv. Portland, AT
Ar. Corvallis. Lv
6120 p. m.
t'3S p. w.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
4:45 p. m
7 US P, "'
Lv. Portland Ar.
8125 a. m.
to all points in the Eastern Slates, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratet
from W.W. SINNER, Agent. Salem.
E, P, ROGERS, Asat. G. V. & P. A
R. KOEIILER, Manager.
k Si. Paul By.,
GLANCE ATI HISIMAP.
Of the IChicago, Milwaukee Jand St. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lnes at St, Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going east that its trains
are lighted with electricity imd heated by
steam. Its equipment Is superb, Elegant
Huflet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car ilh Us an electric reading lamp, ana
its dining cars aro the best In the world.
Other lies are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urtous accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Th? Mltwau.
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail,
road office will give yon further Information,
C.J.EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agent.
Miss M. t, Wilkins,
All kinds of work done in the most approved
style, and promptly, Call at room 13, 1'aik
hurst block, Salem.
J. H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes asplalty of line repair work, Beth
Thomas cloclu, etc., 31 j Commercial Street
wi f mtmnttwf u
Vat Infomnllan nl tn HuuUkWk writ to
JIUNN CO.. s baosuwar. Naw o
OUI..I buru for icurln PuU In Aojtrlf R.
ltrirrjwUDttaktaoutbrUju troubl '"
Urrrtt elreultlton of any scUnUBa VV f ; Ja Uio
vnra ruicnuuiir iiiunrBiwi.. is"i"fir"'
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