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, CALL FOR CONVENTION.
Herbert, ScottChrlstnnn, S. B. Enklti,
S. II. Frlentllv. W. V. lTrnf1irsnh. P.
( ,j . I " . - , . . - .- w.auwBhwaai v .
. iwiiuuui-uu vuuvcBuou lor me cole, A. 0. Woodcock.
state or Oregon In called to meet in Tillamoek: L. p. Smith, w. T,.
f( s i the city of Portland, on Thursday. ' Brooks. T. rt. Hnnriw.
aeson for purlfylnf.olMuslng.and' April 9. 1800. at 11 o'clock n. in., for i.i,,a t t..i... o a .....
Ins;. Ttaa ccumnUtlom of trosteltlicmirnoKnnf iiiiniliinMnfrpnniltilnii.a ..... t i! i.L t.' ' Tl...
are twine removed. Wlt,.. ,.. I,".."..,:..."" -. .., .m.i.ii imra, r.. v. .r.vuns, uuhii
,ior uiopresuieiuuieieeiors ami state Denny, W. II. Ingrain, J. II. Scott,
.urn uismci unices, except congress T. P. Smltli, J. L. Tlndall, J. W. Cu
od force, and awakenlne uower ,KU' "Im ul ul'"B "r ueictfaics-nt,
luiu iu tuu Auiiuunuin national con
vention, and to transact such other
usincss as may properly como before
chc convention. Tlio convention will
onslst of 237 del o gates chosen by the
evcral counties us follews:
rbere are being removed. Winter's
rsp la broken and on all side nre
atlona of nature's returnlnir life. '
M m V I
iorce, ana awakening power.
pring
io time ror purifying the blood,
lng tho flyatom nnd renewing tlio
Ecal powers. Owing to closo con
ent, diminished perspiration and
Cj causes, in tho winter, Impurities
Lnot passed out of the system as they
u out novo accumulated In tho blood.
pnng
reforo the best time to tako Hood's
parilla, becnuso tho system is now
l.ln need of medicine That Hood's
partlla is the best b'lood purifier and
g medlclno is proved by Us wonder-
sresi. A course of Hood's Barsanarllla
nay prevent great suffering later on.
ood's
iarsaparilla
3ne True Wood Purifier. All druggists. 81.
eu only uy v. I. Hood Ss Co., Lowell, Mass.
's Pills
cure I.lver Ills; easy to
take, easy to operate. 2c.
Baker 5
Benton G
Clackamas.... 12
Clatsop 7
Columbia f
Coos 4
Crook 3
Curry 2
Douglas 0
Gilliam .'(
Grant 5
Harney 2
Jackson 7
Josephine 4
Klamath 2
Lake 3
Lane 10
Linn 10
Lincoln 3
Malheur' 3
Marion II)
Morrow 3
Multnomah 48
Polk 8
Sherman 3
Tillamook 3
Umatilla 0
Union 8
Wallowa 3
Wasco 7
Washington ....11
Yamhill I)
VER IN THE PLATFORMS.
ver was "retnonetized" by tlio
Ifcl-Alllsonnct of February 28, 1878,
fthe question did not begin to
in politics in n presidential
palgn until 1884. Following are
national platform utterances on
f silver quest Ion by ench of the
parties:
i88i
ItKi'inrMCAN.
jinane ahvayi re
RnHf ,-uieieit
r knpivo;.tt the
cdorid, and
EC that an ellort
ile t , unite. .aM
DEMOCRATIC
We believe in hon
est money, the cold
and silver coinage of
ine constitution, anu
a circulating medium
convertible into uch
rclal'natlQnsilal,money without loss.
al)lUhnvn;f,
rnauonai sun.
which, slmlllflX l
1 the relative
t:qU;r)d sil.,. .,t,j,"
i88. ?y
nTW&l "3 IJ'lll
e
ICf.cwAKtViT,
e RyjHSbttiW'tKtfaijtiaofiye'
sil
lie
fetratfort Wftl Hfi
i!'t ...ilempne
Kl ,U JJl
3IH1 llOylO. .TJIIUlJ
J Of, . ,flilll) if.oisl
.3n .nornm
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1 Hill riuVJM' i-.'
etl2ef-' '"! -' '''"" ''
Wil ?l.r.UX).r ,M93J(I0l . lol
Ms&Ot. ,'03,j?. sji)Js .man hood
isgz. .aj'njj ,iusu :iw
fBllUBtlttttrvjOO.S MitdCKt.TltUiiui
e American peo?(n);Wc.LdenarMrtta-.itbo.
flbm.itiduion tpttbliouillatjnl
tertstoilfcrr;6l' .Uttiovrh rsaihonUheiU
lam, .eanld ,AVo)?m3iciidxf!ltiioo. &..
bllcan party de cowardly makeshift,!
s the use oiiuoibHrMitpUiriAKpotstiJil.
and .uiUcsamn U'tei ofjdiCiftrer. IncUM
ard money, with future whlcTsihonVd
rBAitictteas;0.wii(Bam jMjMKsuivI
r audi provisions porters, as well as ill
redetermined UwlawnotlaUwiout.forjUV
Uon,UldUseso6perdyliirdpvucid WJe
iiaiauauneariJicwhackrniUKS)use.if
parity of values both gold and sllveo
.twoimcttJtraoo.as thsntbnd&dvm&B'
iLlhj.iluli4iirsieyfliejrfi9tnt ajut: :.
dobt.payinpWlw,n)t(l tioootafDolk, $
tthodolfar.wheth. coliJ.ndjiifaf7iihtV;
stiver, cold or ou(e.Uacraiiiiulioi:
agjot;aithiwcj5iMl.
er, shall be. at all
i equal, llie in
i of tho produc-
the country, its
era and its work-
nndemandnthat
' dollar, paper or
issueu br the
emment, shall be
1 as any other.
commend the wise
I patriotic steps al-
ly taken by our
crnment to secure
aternational con
nee to adopt such
suresas will in-
i a parity of value
veen cold and sil
(for use as money
ughout the world.
or charge fmlAlolpgdr
but tMak)ll''unilw3f
coins teXJ, both mut
alsmustvbe' of equal
intrinsic and exchange
abU value, or be ad
justed thro'igh inter-'
national agreement, or
by such safeguards of
legislation as shall in
sure the maintenance
of the parity of the
two aiotals, and the
equal power of every
dollar at all times in
the markets and in
the payment of debts;
and we demand that
all the paper currency
shall be kept nt pir
with and redeemable
in such coin. We
Insist upon this policy
as especially neces
sary for the protection
of the farmers and la'
boring classes, the
first and most defense
less victims of units,
ble money and a fluc
tuating currency.
Ut
Political Events.
pijtate Democratic convention
artland April 9th.
Republican national convention
cets in St. Louis. June 10.
fVDemoolatic national convention
eeis In Chicago. July 7.
National Populist convention, St.
3uis, juiy:.
Elactrio Kitten.
Electric Bitten U a medicine suited for any
son, but perhaps more generally needed
hen the liver is torpid aud sluggish and the
eu or a tonic ana alterative itteit. A
ompt use of this medicine has often averted
r and pcinaps-iatai duiiouj levers, no
licine will act more surely in counteract
; and freeing the system from the malarial
sison. Headache. Indigestion, Constipa.
Dullness vend to tlectnc bitten. o
nts and S.too per bottle at Fred A. Legg's
ug store.
Children Cry for
'itcher's 0ttHa.
Tiic same being one delegatc-nt-large
from each county and one dele
gate for every 200 votes and for every
fraction over one-half thereof cast for
the Republican candidate forgovemor
nt the election held in this state on
Juno 4, 1804.
All voters In favor ot tho Republi
can principle of protection to Ameri
can industries and American labor
the upbuilding of a homo market, a
sound tinanclnl policy and a patriotic
enforcement ot the Monroe doctrine
are cordiallv Invited to unite with us.
GEOIMJE A. STEEli
William Kapus, Chairman.
Secretary.
Portland, Or., Feb. 5, 1800
DISTRICT CONVENTION.
A),Republlcan convention for the
lirst congressloual district, of the
state of Oregon, Is hereby called to
meet In tho city of Albany on Tues
day, April 7, 1800, at 3 p. m. for the
purpose of nominating a enndidato
for congress and two delegates to the
national Republican convention. The
convention will consist of 122 dclo
gates to be chosen by the severnl
counties, as follews:
J. E. Hill
Lake 3
Lincoln 3
Linn 10
Marlon 10
Polk 8
Tillamook 3
Washington ....11
Yamhill 0
Benton 5
Coos 4
Curry 2
Clackamas.... 12
Josephine .... ,4
Jackson 7
Douglas 0
Klamath 2
Lane 11
The same being ono delegate at
largo for each county.and ono for each
200 votes, or fraction over one-half
thereof, cast for tho Republican gov
ernor at tho election held Junol, 1804.
Tho committe recommends tnatiue
primaries and county conventions Iks
held in accordance with tho recom
mendation of the stnto central oom
mlttcn Ttioa. II. Tonoue, President.
J. A. Wilson, Sccrotarv.
Republican State Delegates.
Dotfglas J. T. Bridges, Peter
JJMnKh.AtiW, Reed. C. F. Cathcart,
lS W..n..mn, T 1 TM11 T fcL
HlWfor fltenlMiiUlinfclpf'toii and K. B.
WHl)MJitt-wl i. ,11,,
n yniatllla T. KOPttlli I, vlti .Yates,
J. lWKUUh'lK .n6Ula IMIttp John
1i(a11:,"CirAWeWVilk1HS'dcortwa?Tbeb
stiHWi.GosgroWntV.iLWMoOrtidiiseii
WWWnft(3iV-iTliOitiatti-!I. Tonguoy,
v'CP.fi, FJyf.'BtlW.:CilMh JttoUfld
TL'tiHclh v?;w' i;orivoius,u.''w
Alen. W.R. mK;'C0ffmill',J.ttf'
5? ,,,qsiH58 iibiW'j"''' " :
1 latMiiLUiiAri T-n..i.uttfiij nvni
JTJllluUllUriC!' II tMX l uoiH" "Vi
jO efllolt, KdSVln.II11,"ArF.'MnKc;i
i fl'JWlllaYiTJittK!fol - .m-lr.i'v.
aolWiiiblAW.'IlYGJnyeW, Hurrlsou!
AUett'.G'doSS1 YfmmetWa villi Dailtt
nri.l n. V. TkuM.'tl - " ,"llll.1i''l 'I)
ClUVibl'i-rfW:.9TP'UrlUtter,)II;'r
Vooden, O. "V. FU'llonl'r-'TlJaratkor-,.
John Fox, W. WUiadMlgiliitAddWi
rpylor. Itflt lol'iliT In t
Wnsco-J. G. Day, M. T. Kolan, J.
M. Patterson, E. L. Smith, F. W.
Jones, George Johnston and A. E.
Lake.
GUllam-S. G. Hawson, W. W.Stol
wcr and G. B. Dukek.
Yamhill A. J. Apperson, J. M.
Crawford, J. F. Magers, T. N. Graves,
W. T. Vinton, A. Blackmirn, J. E.
Hubbard, Henry newltt.
Union-W. T. Wright, .1. R. Ferrel,
J. D. Casey, Chas. Hallgrath, J. B.
Thorson, J. M. Church, S. O. Swack
hammer, M. B. Rees.
Morrow A. Andrews, J. N. Brown,
J. W. Hager, T. R. Howard.
Marlon Wm. Hllleary, II. G. Son
nemann, II. L. Barkley, D. S. Kaln,
W. B. Brown, J. n. Riches, R. E.
Downing, Thos. Bruce, Mark Skill,
W. J. Hadly, Win. CherrJngton, J. T.
Ross, James L, Cook, F. C. Perrlne,
D. C. Sherman, Adam Ohmart, Claud
Gatch, J. A. Shaw; Wra. Waldo, at
largo.
Klamath: C. S. Moore and George
S. Nlckerson.
Josephine W. T. Coburn, C O.
BIkIow, R. A. Booth, Charles Decker.
Coos R. S. Llttlefleld, IV. Sinclair
and C. W. Ollvo.
Lake A. C. Auldon, E. M. Brattaln
and A. Snider.
Polk J. W Hobson Allen Yoakum'
J. M. Vanduyn, J. A.Wheeler, n.
CMcTlmmons, John Holman, Frank
Lucas, Wm. Savage.
Jackson H. E. Ankeny, Dr. E. P.
Geary, C. M. Love, J. R- Morris, L. F.
Willets, Peter Applegate, C. E. Stewart.
Lane L. E. Bean, G. I. Chrlsman,
sick.
Malheur:-S. P. Stnccy,
and I. W. Hone.
Benton R. F. Holm, Thomas
Cooper, J. Fred Yates, W. S. Huirnrd,
W. S. Tomllnson and B. W. Johnson.
Polk William Savage, S. W. Hod
son, George W. McBce, J. A. Wheeler
II. C. McTrlmtnonds, Allyn Yocum,
Frank Lucas, and J. M. Vanduyn.
CONOKESSIONAL DELEOATES.
Benton II. II. Olnssford, Ed. Wil
llnms, S. L. Klein, Marlon Haydcn,
N. P. Newton.
Polk R. D. Cooper, S. D. Gibson,
O. E. Lcct, George E. Kelty, L. K.
Woods, J. A. Vcness, C. G. Coad and
D Suitor.
Polk-R-1). Cooper, S. D. Gibson,
O. E. Lect, G. L. Kelty, Dr. L. N.
Woods, J. A. Venness, C. G. Coad,
Robt. Suitor.
Jackson II. E. Ankeny, Dr. E. P.
Geary, C. M. Loye, J. R. Norrls, L. F.
Wlllltts, Peter Applegate, C. E.
Stewart.
Lane J. II. McClung, Dr. Wm.
Kuykendall, J. A. Burllnghame, Ell
Bangs, II. L. Rami, I). Bristow. O. II.
Burkholdor, I. B. Cushmnn, .1. G.
Stevenson, R. II. Hawley, Jasper Wll.
kin.
Douglas A. W. Reed, J. S. Hunt,
L. Loughnry, R. B. Dixon, BcnJ.
Huntington, E. L. Parrott, J. T.
Bridges, J. B. Riddle and D. S. K.
Bulck.
Washingten: G, W. Patterson, Dr.
James Wy thlcombc, O. F. Tygart, Dr.
J. P. Tanicsle, I. A. Macrum, II. P.
Ford, James Iuibrlc, M. D. Mnrknnm,
G. W, Stltt, William Marsh, Harvey
Hudson.
Marlon county II. B.Condlt, F. W.
Hollls, A. F. Blnckerby, J. II. Roland,
Geo. Ehlen, Win. Fry, J. II. MoNnry,
Louis Stlnsou, R. J. Hendricks, C.
N llson, Prince Byrne, J. Voorhecs, J.
C. Johnson, A. .1. Richardson, Jap
Mlnto, 13. E. McKlnncy, Win. Bushy,
0.1). Hnrtmnn, Win. Waldo delegate
at large.
Lincoln county C. B. Crosno, R. A
Bcnsnl, E. J. Davis.
Clackamas county J. W. Mcldrum,
G. W. Prosser, T. F. Ryan, J. M.
Tracy, Geo. F. Horton, S. M. Ramsby,
T. B. Thomas, J. L. Kruso, H. S. C.
Phelps, J. S. Vaughn, E.M. Hartman,
J. R. Morton.
Yamhill W.Chrlsman.C.A.Butt.J.
P. Irvine, J. W. Hobbs, 0, 11. Irvine,
A. Dctmcrlng, M. O. Lownsdnlc, D.
P. Trulllnger nnd George W. Blbce.
Josephine Wr. T. Coburn, C. ' O.
Blgclow, R. A. Booth, Charles Decker.
Coos. R. S. Llttlcileld, W. Sinclair
and 0. W. Olive.
Lake A. C. Auldon, E. M. Brat
taln and A. Snider.
Klamath: O. C. Applegateand Ri
S. Moore.
Tillamoek: L. P. Smith, W. L,
Brooks, T. B. Hundley.
Llnn-J. R. Whitney, J. A. Wilson,
OS. D. Cusick, C. P. Glover, J. E. Yco-
inarr, llobt. uinss, J. it. uavis, l. u.
XTOttyti
ilqrlii !
iri.ii
tool, uinss, j. it. uavis, jj. j.
man, A. J. Crandall, J. F. Veil-
n;
ut mass of direct, unimpeachable testl
prayes, beyond any possibility of doubt
oijd's barsaparilla actually does per
aWpcrmrtncntly cure diseases caused
Results Tell the Story
1 '' A vast mass ot direct, unimpeachable testl
amny,
thtl
fedtIV
TjyIifiYrSUrtfUlbod. 'Its record of cures i un
ixihwed "undv.ihese cures have often been
acpoadplishedsuer alt other preparations had
fa(le"dj J. i uuim'b
ijli'irtljffifi'OTer ills, bllllousness,
M'ffiriJihM minif ,'ul..
"lh"jitf hbii'ih
full DetaifeMJlvGIven.
A RaIIi16iia"bfitcIaVs xficrlericc.
&&&' " JilgJiWjLH,)rii' in I
WjIK 'IJCiin U JidiijKidlilUii I lit
nil 9y) muif iiiiiii Airun.hit'A
CVV r SafB lWHl tm.rit r.liiin
tt VV'. L.Jl "il,Jjinihn:lJ
rVl . Vttv1Ja W'A-mtilm-U
JLV f '
Kdney Sctt, J. n. McClung, C.1 UatitiK)UtobMuoroiiwii4.
B. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con
nected with railroad construction In
Nebraaka. writes: "Mr heart troubled
and pained too for 19 years. Shortness of
broatb was the constant and most common
symptom. Intense, excruciating patn, gener
ally followed any severe exertion. Falntncas,
hunger wlthoutany appetltej fluttering that
made mo clutch my breast, and palpitation
that often staggered me as If I would fall,
were frequent attacks. Again, oyorythlng
would turn black U I arose from a stooping
posture quickly. BJeepless nights with their
Tir MiIpc' lirostratlug unrest were
ill. JTiUtO numerous and I could
Tiait fiire getnorestdaycmlst.
R&StOrCS slclaus and tried adver-
llculin. ! gave mo no relief. Ono of
Dr. Miles' circulars described my case so
exactly that I took Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure and I am now a well man. I bope
every one troubled with heart disease will
try Dr. Miles' remedies. If they will write
ma personally, I will gladly give them full
details of my experience," Enw. Epmosm.
P. O. Box 63, Darid City, Nebraska.
Dr. Mile' Heart Cur U sold on guaranteo
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know ihanwn
Bateman'a Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing BynijM, nud
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
tto Vnu Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic potsous?
Ho You Cnotv that In most couutrles druggists are not permit! ed to sett narcotics
without labeling them poisons r
"Do Von Kitowtlint you should not permit any luedlclue to be given your child
waless you or your physician know of what it is composed r
Ho Von Know that Castorla Is n purely vcgttable preparation, and that a list of
its Ingrcdleuts is published with every bottle? ,
Po Yott Ktiorv that Castorla Is the prescription oflhe famous Dr. 8amuel Wtcher.
What It has been In use for nearly thirty years, aud that more Castorla is now sold than
of alt other remedies for children combined ?
Ho Vou Kttovf that the ratent Office Department or the United Stales, aud of
other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
' Cnutorla" and Its formula, and that to imitate them Is a state prison offense?
Ho Vou Know that oue of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castorla had been proven to be nbHoIutcly Iiarmlcua?
Ho Vois Know that 33 nvcrHRO doses of Castorla ate furolshed for 33
cents, or one cent a dose?
Ho You iCisow that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, nnd that you may have unbroken rest?
Well, tlicwc tlMngB are worth knowing. They are fuel.
Tlio nc-Hlnillo
wtsrunturo o
f"
In on every
wrapper.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Through Tickets
TO THE J;:
EAST !
VIA THE
Union Pacific System.'
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Touris
Sleepers and Frco Reclining Chairs dally
between
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
Our trains nre heated by steam and tar
lighted by I'intsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 1-2 days
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitors. For rates, time tables ami ful)inlorm ton
apply to
H0ISU i& BAIiKEIi,
Agents, Salem, Ot,
R. W. HAXTEU, ' C. U. "WINN,
General Agent, Dist. Pass, Agent
135 Third Street. Portland.
OREGON CENTRAL
AND-
Eastern R. R. Company
YAQU1NA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaquina Hay witli the San
Francisco & Yaquina Uay Steamship Co,
STEAMER "FARAIXON,"
a 1 and firsUclais in every respect. Sails
from Yaquina for San Francisco about every
8 days.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
and California.
Fare from Albany or pointt west to San
Franciscot Cabin, (12; steerage, 8; cabl
round trip, good 60 days, (18,
For sailing dales apply to
H.L.WALDEN. Agent.
i" Aiuany. wr.
', CHAS. OLARK. Corvallis, Or.
ETMYIN STONE, Manager, Ccmllls, Or.
, X.rfCHURCIIILL, Local Agent. Salem.
7-irtm
mA
YM'JLmeet
f 1 IJnltl Itl .1
necpeoole
Je'e'hew cities-enjoy new ex
perlcrices and become ac
qualnlfd with new methods
ot railroading, if you take die
llurllngion to Omaha, Kansas
City, St. 'Louis or Chicago.
bhonest line 'best service
to all points south and south
east. Tickets and time tables on
application to the local ticket
agent.
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,v m
IIMulbul
1.- KUAk'lttsiM4 Hrut.
P LLS
V V w m w .-
u-a.l .-J sUslLst OsksnaaismA.
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SSTRSXiiSiu
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PIw-.. -
iiilL l.l)80 T"l'li. SfM .
Havo You ftn
tho new roxxoMi Pots' Box J It U given
ttf with socb box of Powdsr. Ask for It.
'::4' .
V!j- J.- w ,.., . ...
I mm a,S5.
RUNS!
Pullman Sloopin Cars
Elegant Dining Cars
Tourist Sleeping Car
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, targo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
lieicnaanu nunc.
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, lloston, and all Points
East and South
For information, time" cards, maps and
tickets, call on or writn r
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
AGENTS,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass, Ant,,
Morrison at., corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R. & N. CO.
13. M'NEII.L, RECEIVER.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
OF
Two Transcontinental
Routes.
Via Spokane Minneapolis St'I'aul and Den
vcr Omaha and Kansas Ciiy, I-ow rates to
eastern cities.
OCEAN CITIES.
PortlandSan Fjancisco,
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock, Portland,
March 23 and 28, and April 2, 7, 12, 1 7, a
and 28th at 8 p. m.
Fare Cabin, 85: steerage, (2.50.
WILLAMPTTE RIVER DIVISION.
Rivkk Steamers. r-Ruth and Elrhore for
Portland, Monday, Tuesday. 'Wednesday and
Friday at ill! a. m., arriving at 6 p.m.,
and on Thursday and Saturday 7 a. m. ar
riving at 3:30 p. in. Returning leave Port
land evtry day except Sunday at 6 a, m,,
arriving in Salem at 3130 p. m. For Corvallis,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiday
at 313311. m., arriving at Independence at C
p.m., Albany at 9 p. m., Corvallis 11 p. m.
bock foot of Trade street.
F01 full details call on Itolsu & Darker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
W. II. 1IURLI1URT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full details call on or address
O. M. POWERS,
Foot of Trades!. Local Age at,
ONC-MAL SUM Of BOX.
POZZONPS
COIPLEXION POWDER!
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SWAHT
ID.
In all towns and localities throughout the
United States and territories to sell the Fount,
aln Washer and Steam Cooker, tho best in
use. It saves its own price la the wear of
clothes lu less tban six months.
D. by exprtst, prepaid, U
in copper. For pwtkifla
' afiananr
ljjrtatstrf, o
EAST AND SOUTH
..VIA-
Shasta Route.
OF THE
Southern Pacific Co.
California Express TrainRun dan between
Portland and San Francisco.
ttarth
bouth
p. m.
a. m.
y. Portland at, j
iv balcm Iv.
ar. Sun Fran. Iv,
Above trains stop at Eaat Portland, Oregon
City, Wordburn, Salem, Turner, Marlon,
icitcnon, vioany, Aioany junction, Irving,
Lugene, Croswcil, Drain, and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive.
ROSKBURO MAIL DAILY.
South
8:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
5:20 p.m.
lv. Portland ar.'
Iv. Salem lv.
nr. Rosob'g lv.
"North
4:40 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
-goutT
SALKM l'ASSENQEn.
4:00 p.m.
0:16 p.m.
lv. Portland ar.
nr. Salem lv.
North
10:05 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OQDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET BLEEFERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
trains.
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Detwcen Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
cept Sunday.)
7130 a.m.
1 a: 15 p.m.
Lv, Portland. Ar.
Ar. Corvallis. Lv
ouo p. m.
1135 p. m.
At Alhanv ami rnratUa mnhwl twill.
trains of Oregon Central &, Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
414S p. m I
7'SP."M
Lv. Portland Ar,
Ar.McMlnvllleLv
8135 a. m.
6:50 a.m.
THROUGH TICKETS
to all points In the Eastern States, Canada
and'Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asat. G. F. & P. A..
Portland. Or.
R, KOEHLER, Manager.
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'GLANCE ATI HISIVIAP.l
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee Jand St. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and tomembor when going east that Its trains
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is supcrb, Elegant
HulTet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with iree reclining chairs. .ach sleeping
car bcithhas an electric reading lamp, and
Its dlninc cars aro the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Tho Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail,
road office will give yon further Information,
or address
C. I. EDDY, General Agent,
J. W, CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agtut.
Portland!
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