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Pcoplo find just tho help they eo much
I need, In Hood's SareaparilU. It fur-
nielica tho desired strength by puri
ty'iiigt vitalizing and enriching the
blood, and thus builds up the nerves,
t Hies tho stomnch and regulates the
whole system. Bead this:
" I want to pralso Hobd'n Bantaparilhr.
y health run down, and. I had the grip.
1 fler that, my heart and nerVons system
, era badly affected, bo that I could not dd
mv own work. Our physician gave me
t b tne help, but did not cure. I decided
to try Hood's SarsaparlUa. Boon I could
do all my own housework. I havo taken
! Hood's Pills with Hood's SarsaparlUa,
p and they havo dono me much good. I
h will not bo without them. I havo taken 13
bottlcsof Hood's SarsaparlUa, and through
tho blessing ot God, it has cured mo.
I worked as hard as over tho past sum
mer, and I am thankful to nay I am
ft welt. Hood's Pills when taken with
Hood's SarsaparlUa help very much."
Mns. M. M. MEaaENCiEn, Frcohold, Penn.
This and many other cures prove that
' Is the One True Wood Purifier. All druggists. $1,
' Prepared only by a t. Hood Si do., Lowell, Mass,
'jai rin et?sjly promptly and
HOOdS lJil IS effectively. so cents.
The McMlnnvlllo creamery has
temporarily suspended operations.
( i ricu loue mis just uccu sirucK in
the Santium mines. lb runs from $(J0
to $80 ner ton.
' C. D. Stecn of Coos county wlillo
plowing Nomo now ground on tho
)odgo place, found 0."7G. Tho
rdollnrs wore in Mexican coin and
Idutcd back to 1835 and 1&18 There
rtvero threo 25c pieces In Spanish coin
md were made in 1702.
Miss Ella Pcttyzahn, teacher In
Jlstslct No. f8, was tried for assault
ind battery on Claud Strolun, n pupil.
Witnesses testified that she gave the
uy 100 strikes with a rod from one
Half to an inch thick. lie was cut so
his clothes stuck to his body.
Prof. J. It. Wethcrbce, of the U. of
). In gathering a collection of snakes
nd toads for thaL institution has re
slved a five legged toad. The extra
eg is Joined to the left shoulder just
In front of tho left foro leg. It Is n
urfectly formed leg.
t, The Iloscburg Plalndcalcr speaks of
J'thc Douglas county Republican
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. PliGcbo Thomas, of Junction
'City, 111., was told by her doctors she
had Consumption and that there wus
i we -r-wr i lin 1u 4iiri lsf tins rf T"ii
'1IU lilflJU 1UI UUtl UUU UI1U IAJUl(biUI '
King's New Discovery completely
cured ner nnu sno says it savea ner
life. Mr.Thos. Eggers, 130 Florida
dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tneu wituout result cverytntng
clso then bought one bottle of Dr.
'King's Now Discovery nnd In two
,wecks wus cured. IIo is naturally
thankful. It Is such results, of which
theso nro samples, that prove tho
Wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
uougns and coius. a rco trial bottles
Bt Fred P. Legg's drugstore. Regular
Get on to the Northern facftic Plyer
h The change of time via tho North
ern l'acitic enanics passengers toieavo
L-oruana unuy at 0 p. in., reacuingbt.
Dfl.il n wl TtnnnnMnlla ll. f I. A 4.1, Q
kilUl UIIU .U&IUUUUIAlJia 111 WIHU llt.JO,
St. Louis und Chicago in three and
sne-half days, Lincoln, Neb., at 12:55
noon 01 tno tniru aay, umana at 4:00,
ji. josepu nto:w, Atcuison at ousu,
Leavenworth nt 7:35 and Kansas City
You can see bv this that the North
ern Pacific equals all other lines to all
points, and If you will compare sched
ules, you will sco that tho Northern
L'aclllo beats all other lines Into Lin-
ln four hours. St. Josenh twelve
pours, Atchison twelve hours, Leaven-
vortn iourtecn hours and Kansas
21ty ten hours and forty-five minutes,
vliero immediate connections are
made In union depots for all points.
Don't forcret that the Northern Pa-
Mile is the only lino running two lines
any ioinecast,xuooniy uining car
wute from Portland, tho only line
runnlncr a llrsro.lnRs Pullman sleencr
through from Portland to Minneapolis
ma tt. I'uul without change, una tno
nly line to the Yellowstone National
i or full information, tickets, sleep
ing car reservations, etc., call on or
Thomas, Watt & Co.,
rvNCH MORE la harmony
with Ute world, MO
romuieuir cureu sun nra
tlnsUur nappy praue zor
sno gre&icai, iiBw
est and most tuo
ctitt ul cum for aax
ual weakneaa and
lost riser known to
1 medical tcteoce. An
)accounto( thU tstrt-
'TmrfiSSyV' vtrful dweowry, In
aJV--Jiy ervncea and proof.
rfnjr xnen (scaled) free. Knit maidy Tlwr
1 ' .,:'' a
.uMoauuy- restored, xauoxe s-mpoMinin.
New Y6nfcCrrY,Mny4. Commenc
ing to day and continuing until Jnno
1, an electrical exposition will be held
I here at the Grand Central Palace. The
I exposition Is to bo- held under the
auspices of the National Electric
Light Association In connection with
the nineteenth century convention
jijid promises to- bo tho largest and
most interesting display ot electric
apparatus of all 'kind ever made In
this country. Governor Morton will
turn on the current ot electricity,
which will bo furnished from Niagara
This w 111 turn a model of the Niagara
company's plant In New York, and
also the cable canal system of towing
The Hell Telephone Company will
have a telephone Hystem, transmit
ting the roar of the falls, so as to make
tho thing realistic. The electric lin
pulso which will start the machinery
going will pass In n direct wire to San
Francisco and return, a distance of
one-quarter around the enrth.
Sioo Reward Sioo.
The reader of this paper will be pleated to
lenrn that thore U at least one dreaded dUease
that science hit been able to cure in all its
starts, and that U catarrh. Hall' Catarrh
Cure i the-only rxNitivc cure now known to
the medical fraternity, Catarrh being a con
stitutional dtscaie; requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken
Internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surface of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease and
giving the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing its
wprk. Tnc proprietors nave so much faith in
its curative powers that they offer One Hun
dred dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggistsi, 75c.
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THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL.
On nnd after May 5, 1890, the fol
lowing reduction In rates will be
made to the traveling public:
50 rooms suits $2.50 per day, for
50 rooms suits $2 per day, formerly
50 rooms suits $1.50 per day, for
llooius without board, 25c, 50c, 75o
Table board, $20 per montlu
No extra charge will hererfterbe
made for samplo rooms to those who
remain over night. Special rates will
be given to families who desire tablo
board during the summer months.
Considering the high character and
strictly flrstclass service at all times
given to our patrons tho abovo quoted
rates are an Innovation. Tho Wil
lamette is the largest and best up
pointed hotel north of San Francisco
nnd wrnth of Portland.
A. I. WAQNER.
When Habywaa alck, wa ct ber CastorU.
Wne aba w a Child, aba cried f or CaatorU.
Wfesa aha became Miss, aba dunr to Castorta.
TCua aba had CfcBarea, ho faro them Castorf
ThoOregonlan is undoubtedly de
termined to defeat both Ellis and
Tongue. Who doubU but that Scott
and Dolph would have bolted Fulton
and Hermann had they been nomi
nated? Old People.
Old people who require mcdlclno to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find tho true remedy In Electrlo Bit
ters. This medicine does not stimu
late and contains no whiskey nor other
Intoxicant but acts ns u tonic and
alterative. It acts mildly on the
stomach an-o bowels, adding strength
nn1 nlvlnir tmiA t tlin nnrnna. thereby
aiding Nature in the performance of
tho function. Electric bittern is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old Teople And it Just exactly what
ttiAV newl Prim rW. nnd SI ner bottle
nt Fred A. Legg's drug store.
The representatives of the Republicans of
the state of Oiegon in convention assembled,
call attention to the condition ot industry
throughout the country, as a nroof of the
necessity of returning to the policy of the Re
publican party under which there was ueneral
prosperity during thirty years.
Wo reaffirm the principles of the Republl.
can national platform of 1891, and nvn-rt that
the results that have followed the change de
creed by the election of that year have justi,
Gcd our protest against the national policy
adopted by the Democratic party.
We believe that the government nhould
have an ample revenue, with a sufficient sur.
plus over ordinary expenditures to provide for
coast defences!, for the steady building up of
the navy, nnd fur the ronuant reduction of
the public debt Wc believe that tho present
taritv, with Its lowered rales nnd lis destruc
tive and dishonest system of undeivalualions
and discriminations ns to localities, should be
replaced by one framed on protective princi
ples similar to that of the McKinley bill and
arranged to give amplo protection to Ameri
can wages and American industry, and to rc-
storo the reciprocity policy of James G.
We have always given protection to our
shipbuilders. In late years we havo neglected
to protect our shipowners. We believe tho
time has come to restore o the policy of
Washington and Hamilton, which, hy dls
criminating duties in favor of American bot
toms, secured 90 per cent of our carrying
trade to American ships, nnd which, if now
restored, would again revive our shipping and
cause American freights to be paid to Ameri.
The American people, from tradition and
interest, favor bimetalism, and the Republi
can party demands the uso of both gold and
silver as standard money with such lesulct
ions and under such provisions to be determ
ined by legislation, as will secure the main
tenance ofthe pailty of values of the two
metals, so that the purchasing and debt-pay.
ing power ofthe dollar, whether of silver,
gold or paper, shall be at all times equal.
The Interest of the producers of the country
its fanners and its worklngmen demand
that every dollar, paper or coin, issued by
the government shall be as good as any other
Resolved, That wc earnestly endorse the
proposed amendment to the constitution of
the United States, providing for the election
of United States senators by popular vote,
recently reported from the committee on
privileges anda elections by Senator Mitchell
and now pending consideration in the United
Resolved, That tho application of the Ore
gon delegation in congress to the president of
the United States and now pending before
him. praying a modification of his procla.
matfon creating the Cascade forest reserve, is
hereby earnestly approved, and we appeal to
the president to grant the prayer of our dele
gation in congress.
We realize the importance and magnitude
ofthe fishing industry on the Columbia river
and would recommend that some provisions
be made for a state hatchery for artificial
propagation, and that the laws rcculatinc the
closed season be rigidly enforced.
That we endorse the efforts of our repre
sentatives in congress to secure repaymont to
the settlers 01 uregon 01 tne excess 01 J 1.35
per acre wrongfully collected by the governt
ment on lands located In the limits of the
unearned Northern Pacific railroad land gran
The construction of the Nicaragua canal Is
of the highest importance to the American
people, both as a measure of national defense
and to build up and maintain American com
merce. It is moreover of special importance
to our Pacific states and wc demand Its
completion as speedly as possible by the
government of the United States.
We hereby endorse the action of our sena
tors and representatives In congress In their
endeavor to secure grants of pensions to
Indian war veterans.
We pledge tho Republican party to a rigid
cconemV in the expenditure of public meney:
to the reduction of excesslvo salaries; and the
abolishment of the fee system whenever
possible, and of all useless commissions; and
bclicye that no appropriation should be made
to any school or charitable institution not
under the control of the state; and oppose the
incorporation into the general appropriation
bill of items for the expenditure of public
money not authorized by law.
We demand the enactment of rigid restrict
ions on foreign immigration, both for protection
of our country against Illiterate and vicious
classes from foreign lands and for protection
of our labor and preservation to our own
people of the remainder of our national
We commend ths policy of the Republican
party in relation to Internal improve
ments, and In particular in opening our
waterways to commerce, and wc denounce the
illiberahty of Democratic parly In these m
T. E. Fell, SouIIirscii,
ID YOU EVER buffer from real ner-
voujuuu? when every nervo seemea
i. nulvrr trilh a nccullar. creeDT
fesllng, firkt In ono placo, and then another
and nil kcewod llnally to concentrate In &
writhing Jumble in tho brain, and yon be
come irritable, fretful and peevUhi to bo
ffitowed by r.n Impotent, weakened condi
tion of tho ccrro centers, ringing In the
Mrs, and aieoplou, mUe ratio nights T
lf lYIHr' ii- Eujcne Beatles,
Pr, 1'lliC.j ,10 Elmonwn bu. Elk-
Nervlllfi hRrt ,n(1- '' "Ner-
11 v. 1 mv. tom trooDM jyuj mwio
RCStOrCS wo nearly insane and
TTnnHVi physicians were nnable
xiCulin...t.. to help tne. Uy memory
pu atmcut com and every llttlo thing
worried mo until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I traa becoming a maniac. I
Imagined all aorta of vll things and would
cry over nothing. I comrnoncod taking Dr.
Miles' Uwtoratlyo h'fcrvine aud four bottle
of this wonderful remedy completely curod
tno. and I am fc well now m I ever was."
Dr. Miles' Nervine U told on guarantee
fcstbotUowlll lament or xaoney refunded.
HIRTY ygara' oDsarrattoa ef
mlllloBa of partona, permit w
It la BBgnesUonnply th liost Tomody far Iafaata aA CkUdrftat
the srorlil hs tevw Imp-cm. It la hnrmlaaa. Cklldrea Ilka It. It
f lvo thom health. It will aay their Uvea. la it Mother liave
aosaotkbsa; -wliloh la nhaolntoly asvfa and protloally, yeffgot a m
Cnatorla destroy Wiorma.
Cmtoria nllay IVrarliliHOB.
Caatorla provoata vomltlnft Soar Onrtl.
Oaitorla cmroa Platrhoaa and Wind, CoHa,
Caatorla rellovea Tootlttng Tronhlea,
Caatorla owrea Comtipatloa and Flatalnaoy.
Caatorla aeatrnllraa the effcota of oarBoato acta gaa or pojjonoaa air.
Caatorla does not ooatata asorpalae, optaat, or other aarootlo yroperty,
Caatorla aalmllat the food, regalatca the atamach aad howela,
giving healthy and aataral alcep.
Caatorla la yat aw In nae-alie hottle ealy. It In nut aola la BHlk.
Don't allow aay oae to sell yoa aaythlag else ea the plea er promise
that It la "Jaat aa good" and "trill aarrer every aarpeee.'
Bee that yon p-et C-A-S-T'O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
2 No Trouble to Show You Through and Give Prices, X
Hat dware, Tinware, Barbed Wire
Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machinery at
Examine our large and complete stock. Always prompt and
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING v HOTEL OK i THE CITY.J
Reduced ratca. Management liberal.
and points of interest, Special rates will be
-BXCKLvSIOR - STABLE-
13. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
Onlvil'"! horm.l. ;'Stlifiction iianantiel.
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dlnin" Cars
Tourist Sleopin" Care
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, targo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and liutte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, lloston, and all Points
East an( South
For Information, time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or writo
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Aut. Gen'l. Pass, Agt
Morrison st.. comer Third Portland, Or,
I rinuu cmimo. ttun u u iKsa
1JA11. ilt&lliMi ir titMn.
kpaauwimm""- ;' Vi V,7.i,
I.a' jB ,,tf ....rvd i.taftAM fur
tfjuu. or a UuU. !..
UrcuUr wo l on rsqursb
mrfMut3M r'Jr d-r tTquerfUra
WcvusZHUi H. l-wiorri(j
Caatorla irUk tki atronag of
to apeak ef It vrltkoai gKeatlagr.
" laea every
Electric cars leave hotel for all public buildings
given to permanent patrons,
1A. I. WAGNER,
Stablo btck of Stata Insurance block
Union Pacific System.
P" Through PullminM'aiace Sleepers. Touris"
Sleepers and Freo .Reclining Chairs daily
Our trains ate heated byltlesm and nr
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 1.2 days
Time to New York, 4 1-3 days.
Which is many hours quicker. Ihsn cotn-
For rates, tlmo tables and Misinform (on
JiOISE . JfAJtKJBJl,
Agenti, ivUw, Oi.
R. W. BAXTER, C, B. VINN,
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Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dai7 betwetn
i'ornanu anu nan rranctsco.
8150 p. m.
Iv. rorliand at. I Hiioa. m
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WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corral Hi, dally (ex
At Albany and Corvallis comtcct with
trains of Oregon Central Sc Eastern Railroad.
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1 I Lv. Portland Ar.
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to all points In the Eastern States, Canada
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i Si. Paul Ry,
GLANCE ATI HIS MAP.)
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St, Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going east that Its trains
arc lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment Is superb. Elegant
Iluflct, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs, Each sleeping
car heithlias an electric reading lamp, anu
Its dining cars are the best In the world,
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux
urious accommodations, Theso are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Tho Milwau
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E, M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
TO THE EAST GIVESTHE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis Si'Paul and Den
vor Omaha and Kansas Clly.bLow rates to
Portland San Fjancisco.
If Steamers leave Alnswoith dock, Portias
March 33 and 38, and April 3, 7, 13, 17, a
and 28th at t p. m.
Fare Cabin, S5I steerage, 3.o.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
RlVEK ST&AMtil.r-Ruth and Elmore for
Portland, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Friday at Mil a, m,, arriving at 6 p.m.,
and on Thursday and Saturday 7 a. in. ar
riving at 3130 p. in. Returning leave Port
land everyday except Sunday at 6 a.m.,
arriving in Salem at 3ijo .m. For Corvallls,
Monday, Tuesday, Thur i"ay and Saturday
at 3 130 p. m., arriving at JsuepeBdcnce at
p. in., Albany at 9 p. ro., Corvallls II p. hi.
Dock foot d Trade street.
For full details call on B0I14 & Barker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
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Gen' Pas, At. YmiUM, Ot.
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