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WHY OUR NERVES
An Analysis of the Conditions which
are Responsible for it.
Wonderfully Good Results from the Famous Pinfc
Pills Brain Wear Checked Testimony as
to Their Merits which Commands
They are Richer Food for Blood and Nerves than
Quantities of Beef and Bread.
fYom the Ezamlntr,
The prevalent maladies of diminution of
the vital lowers, uniiue pnysicai luugue
ml uicntul exhaustion, ure to-day engaging
the careful attention of the mot eminent
pithologW. Their prevalence ti ascribed
to poisoning through alcoholio drinks,
opium tainted and adulterated food, con.
Umlnated water, the vlatlated atmosphere of
towns, the continuous Jarand rumble of rail
road trains, the flashing of electrle lights,
the clangor of street cars, the Jingling of
telephone bells, the vertigo producing effects
of lofty buildings and swift elevators, the
perpetual noises and shifting sights of city
streets, all Hie constant aciiviura. nip simp
kit of which Involve an effort of the nervous
system and ft wearing 01 tissue.
A German author In a recently published
..i, rail nliMitlnn to these murderous In
fluences that beset the end of the century
sod points out tnat me enormous luvrciuio in
nervous expenditure has not and can not
hve a corresponding Increase of supply in
the food w e cut. Kven If we had the choicest
food in the greatest abundance it could do
nothing toward helping us, for we would be
Incapable of digesting It. Our stomachs can
pot keep pace with the brain and nervous
ijitem. The latterdemand much more than
the furmer are able to furnish and as the
InevlUlile coii8iuence then comes disaster.
The strongest may keep up but the weaker
fall by the way. Mnnkiml has become fati
Kurd and exhausted and this fatlguc'and ex
hsuitlon make themselves manifest in the
acreasf of nervousdisorders, including such
ntw affections as the "railway brain" and
"railway spine," the increase of heart dls
eiw, the prevalence of precocious dental
decay and baldness, of nearsightedness and
dtsfnfn and premature old age. To coun
(met the lucessnnt strain on the nerves and
to replenish the wear and tear on the brain
muvd by every line we read or write, every
lice we see, every conversation we carry on,
tut j went we perceive, every noiso we
I fir, every Impression we receive is pre
cisely the province of Dr. Williams' Pink
Tills for 1'alc People. Thoy are designed
lo fill the void in the nourishment of the
nerves and brain that no amount of choicest
food can fill. In a concentrated form is
infinitely richer fxxl for the blood, ami the
blood is the life of the nerves, than in vast
quantities of beef and bread.
It Is generally agreed that a man's physi
cal condition Is dependent, to a great degree,
upon the nature of his employment, ilea
Whose occupation necessitates the constant
use of the brain, without any apportunlty
for pliyalcnl exercise, arc generally nervous,
while men employed at manual labor re
quiring no exercise of the brain function,
sre almost universally possessed of sound
nervous systems, not easily disturbed by ex
A striking illustration of this principle is
found in the case of Professor George E.
Coleman, who is a professional pianist, and
who was, until within recent years, a drug
Pt Professor Coleman lives at 1330 Bu
chanan Street, San Francisco. He is well
inownhereas a pianist, having played at
some of the most popular musioTialls in the
hit. Mr. Coleman is not a man of strong
inune, and he has been an easy prey to the
severe, nervous tension or his work at the
piano, lie has had to play continuously for
MTtral houri during ayerjr evcala for five
OLORYI GLOKYI QLORYI
How the Eagle Will Scream at aalem
Sunrise national salute.
Bind concert at 9 a. m. by four brass bands,
irand fraternal parade forms our principal
UiettS umler ih -l.!.f m,.-.!...) ..! 1.1. -Vi.
... ,.. vlw ,,,,, ,ui mm 1119 mu
nwe. P.romP"y at 10 a. m. It consists
I ' the following!
Miuiion u. n. u.
Five fnllu i 1 ..i ...r . 1
. y - "i"n'j'vu uuu umiurmcu uross
! pe most gorgeous liberty car ever seen In
I tie northwest, .
: Tweniv flnnt. r.r.....-.: .1 t v- ..
waeomfcal features of the various fraternal
The TndUn I..!..! 1 1 "!
ml. ,v M-Hiiing itiiuui 01 nemawa
rJ..n w tRoitt "Penting all stages of
a 1 fe from the wigwam to their present
j,oune America's headed by the brownie
'tv?i.. ,,h numerous miniature floats.
:','" " new nn unique.
'led wheels. 4 Cy 0n eco"
Salem red and gun club in hunting style.
Wuon uUural y with floral
juntos, etc ' working ap.
EeJi?d !C' V1 '? 7l$
oruuvi .. Yt v VU,"B "i declaration ana
I 1 ll rx on nare.r.Adjourn for dinner
hi mna concert
Sack rVr. 7 '. "V '"" 3! econa 51.
'0i.ed$r5S Proreloni'. fi'"li
Pp ,: : "" l"'e i;second Sc.
joerend spoon race, first Pr5e$i;
S by Prof? v' :" K" MCOnd
Sa pS1 bar work b Y' " c-A-
U. V M raee fi"t prise a; second
i. httlba"w race, first prize Ji.5oywcond
3o Bicycle racesi
t" One mile novice .. o
3irotrile w 5
00 3 00
00 2 00
to 00 5 00
tSftf lpIoe ugli?,beston
oW ,,n4 m'mrocr enterTilnment at
P-a. grand lllaminstcd Ucycle parade.
San Franeitco, Oal.
years, and his nervous system finally gave
way under the strain. He was forced to re
tire from regular work at the piano, but that
did not have the effect of Improving his con
dition. Upon the contrary, he steadily grew
worse. His nerves had been shattered, and
In addition he discovered that on&of his
lungs had been affected by his having been
exposed to counter draughts in poorly ven
tilated halls. His condition soon became
such that he was confined to his home, and
finally gave himself over o the care of a
physician. Mr. Coleman's experience as a
druggist had given him an acquaintance
with diseases and their remedies, so he had
a full knowledge of just what was necessary
on his part to effect a cure.
"After several weeks' careful treatment
by the physician." said Mr. Coleman. " I
could notice no improvement in my condi
tion. If anything. I think I was consider.
ably worse. The action of my lungs had
become so weak that I was afraid to walk
any distance unassisted for fear of fulling,
through loss of respiration. My nervous
ness had advanced to an alarming stage. I
was not able to contain myself for even a
short time, but had always to be fumbling
with something or moving nervously about
the room. It was while I was in this con
dition that I noticed in a paper an article oa
Williams' Pink Pills. I determined to try
them, even though they killed me. ''Well,
they didn't kill me, bat I'm not going to tell
you that they cured me immediately, ray
case was much too serious for that. Ilutl
had not taken a full box before I felt a great
relief. My respiration was moro certain, I
was gradually regainingcontrol of my nerves
and my condition was generally improved.
I kept right on taking the pills and getting
well. Now, I had taken just three boxes of
them when I considered myself a cured man.
And I was right, for although I quit taking
the pills, I did not relapse into my former
condition, but grew stronger dally.
" It was truly a marvelous cure, and I will
say that I think Williams' Pills possess re
markablo curative properties, and I would
recommend them to the use of the thousands
of people of this city who are nervous
wrecks, or who are suffering from diseases of
the 1 tings."
The foregoing is but one of many wonder
ful cure that have been credited to Dr. Wil
liams' Pink-Pills for Pale People. Diseases
which heretofore have been supposed to bo
incurable, such as locomotor ataxia and pa
ralysis succumb to this wonderful medicine
u readily as the most trifling ailments. In
many cases the reported cures have been
investigated by the leading newspapers and
FJttr1A&fT 1 A fvAa(Vtlat trtinnni anrt In
caso has the least semblance of fraud been
discovered. Their fame has spread to tho
far ends of civilization and there Is hardly a
drug store in this country or abroad where,
they cannot be found.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a
condensed form, all tho elements necessary
to give new life and richness to tho blood
and restore shattered nerves. They are an
unfailing specifio for such diseases as loco
motor ataxia, partial paralysis, fit. Vitus,'
dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nerv
ous headache, the after effect of la grippe,
palpitation of the heart, pale and sallow
complexions, all forms of weakness cither in
male or female. Pink Pills are Mid by all
dealers, or will lie sent post paid on receipt
of price, W) cii'h i , w s'r bovr for
J3.C0, by nd't' ' ' dlwno
Ueglnnlng with Sunday, June 21,
and on each succeed inir Sundnv. a
I special excursion train will leave Al
bany at 7 a. in.. Corvallls 7:30 11. in..
arriving at Ynqulna at 11:15 u. in.
Returning, boat leaves Newport at
0:30 p. 111. Train leaves Ynqulna
nc,7p. in., arriving nt corvnms at
10 p. in. and Albany at 10:30 p. in.
Fare, good on this train only, from
Corvallls, Albany and Philomath to
Newport and return, 81.00.
II. L. Walden, II. B. Lowman,
Agent, Albany. Agent, Corvallls.
Corvallls, Juno 17, 1890.
"When Baby was sick, wo gave her CastorU.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Whan sho became Una, sho clung to CastorU.
Wfcsa ait bad Children, she gave them CastorU
Call for Warrants.
County Tkeasujie's )
Office, Mahion County.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
funds on hand to pay all wnnunts Is
sued, up to Aug. 1, 1895, and Interest
on the same will stop from date of
this notice. Jap Minto,
Dated June 11, 1890. 0 8d w
HIRES Rootbeer is pure
in substance, easy in prepa
ration, satisfactory in drink
ing, beneficial in effect
Mid. ; k Tk auk c. uum c., rwia.ipku.
A Km. reUft BUM S ctllsai. SMUTrrwUra.
Wanted All girls to know thaf'IIoo
Cake" will not make their hands red
like common soap. Save tho wrappers.
They are worth a cent apiece. J 0 tf
There's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual woar. "Hoe
Cake" soap contains no freeatkall and
will not Injure the finest lace. Try It
and notice the difference in quality.
Soao Foam Washinc: Powder
will not make the clothes ycl-
lowi nor born the hands.
AS 1NQAL.L3 SEES IT.
Financial Question Declared the One in
Which the Ptople arc Interested.
St. Louis, Mo.,Junc 14. Political
Issues, like poets, are born and not
made. They grow and cannot bo
manufactured to order. Tho ureat
political leader Is not tho paltry and
sordid boss who packs primaries and
controls delegates and threatens to
bolt conventions unless lie can liave
hlsselllsh way, but the man who dis
cerns the wishes nnd purposes of the
people and co-operates with them.
This vas tho secret of Lincoln's
consummate power, He discovered
tho thought, of the people and gavo It
expression. He found out what the
people wanted done and did It. Ho
sometimes seemed dilatory, but it was
because ho waited to ascertain the
convictions of the people. Hclistoncd,
took counsel and received suggestions,
and then acted. He was a leader be
cause lie followed public opinion.
The managers hero have at last be
gun to realize that the elTort to con
duct this campaign upon a ready made
platform, with thetarllT us the princi
ple plank, will be futile. Protection
will bo the policy of the nation for an
Indefinite period. So far at least as
tho Republicans nre concerned, free
trade is no moro an issuo than slavery,
or state sovereignty.
The election of McKlnley and a Re
publican congress, every one knows,
means a tarltl for both revenue and
protection; but what docs it mean on
tho money question? The hopo that
tho Inquiry might lm subordinated, or
suppressed, or tangled up with the
tariff, has disappeared, Evidently
our financial system will bo tho vital
and engrossing topic of dclmto from
this time forth, and the declaration
of the convention Is of supremo Im
portance. Both parties have Juggled
and equivocated in the past. Prom
ises made to the car have been
broken in tho hope. It has been like
a desperate causo in court, in which
motions for continuance, change of
venue and to itake testimony In dis
tant lands havo been filed In order to
The poople appear to be earnest at
last. They have been thinking.
Thoy have had abundant leisure for
meditation since 1892. Tho advocates
of gold, of silver, and of bimetallism
ure arrayed Inline of battle, and if
the Republicans do'.not present the Is
sues on the quarrel some other party
The supporters of tho single gold
standard, If they ever have tho power,
will retire the greenbacks and destroy
the legal tender quality of tho silver
dollar, thus contracting our circula
ting medium more than a thousand
millions of dollars.
Tho silver udvocatcs would open
our mints to tho world for the coin
age of that metal upon tho samo
terms with gold at tho ratio estab
lished before 1873.
Tho blmotalllsts believe iu tho use
of silver with full legal powers to the
largest extent compatible with equal
ity with gold, and legal tender paper
redeemable In gold.
All want "sound money." The as
sumption that any rational man
wants anything elso Is an Insolent
Imputation upon patriotism and com
mon sense. Any dollar, whether gold,
silver or paper, that will pay one
hundred cents' worth of debt' Is a
sound dollar. No one desires counter
felt money, or chipped coin, or de
In 1878, when the Dland-Alllson bill
for tho recolnage of the silver dollar
was passed over tho veto of President
Hayes, there was the same Impudont
outcry as now. The supporters were
denounced us enemies of tho public
credit, and pilloried In the metropoli
tan press as madmen, knaves or fools.
It was said that 75 millions of silver
might possibly be maintained at par
but moro than this would result in In
dividual ruin, the expulsion of gold,
silver monometallism and national
bankruptcy. Instead of 75 million?,
under that act and the act of 1890,
more than COO millions were added to
the circulating medium In silver coin
and silver certificates and none of the
prophecies of evil came to pass. On
the contrary the period from 1878 to
1892 under protection and bimetal
lism was marked by constant and un
precedented prosperity. The last
messago of President Harrison dwelt
largely uponrthe resources, and dcvcli
opmtint of tho country, and disclosed
a condition that has had few parallels
In tho history of civilization.
The disasters of the past four years
are to fresh in memory to require a
rehearsal. Such Irreparable rnln in
so short a space never bororo fell upon
any" people. And tho downward
tendency has not yet been arrested.
Wo havo not touched tho bottom
Times havo never been so hard hr
now, nor money In circulation so
scarce, nir prices so low, nor business
so precarious, nor Incomes so uncer
tain, nor the futuro so doubtful. The
people who havo sulTorcd so much be
lieve that this blast nnd detriment Is
largely due to Inadequate protection
and to tho contraction of the cur
rency. They may bo right or they
may bo wrong, but they nre sincere.
Misery makes strange bed fellows
In politics as elsewhere, and It by
menateor manipulation, or craft, the
convention announces a policy that
does not fairly represent the popular
will on tho money question, ho will
be a sagacious soothsayer wo can coi
roctly predict the resilltln November.
Party names do not. mean as much
as they did. T.ho ludependont voter
Is abroad. Party tics aro weakened
as new Issues arlso. A largo fraction
of the people will vote their Indi
vidual convictions. Tho platform
makers know this, and Micro is much
cogitation and chewing of the cud.
Teller, of Colorado, the acknowl
edged apostle, leader nnd representa
tive of tho silver crusade, is here.
Ills attitude Is a matter of Interest
and Importance Ho Is intense In his
convictions courageous and sincere.
Ho Is neither u crank, nor a freak, nor
a bore. Ills high character and ad
mitted qualifications make him a
force to bo reckoned with. He has
the undivided confidence and appro.
batlon of Ills constituents. What
ever path ho may take they will un
questionably follow him. It has been
said that unless tho declaration wan
for frco and unlimited colnago ho
would leave the convention and re
nounce his allegiance. Ho lias been a
Republican since tho party was born,
and his defection would have serious
significance. To mo It is. hardly crcd
ltablc, but ho has much f the Crom
well spirit nnd may be Implacable.
John J. Inqallo.
Hucklen's Arnica Halve
The best Salve In the world fur Cuts,
Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rlieuin, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Uruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A.
San Fkancisco, Juno 27. Corbett
and Sharkey have signed an agree
ment for a fight to a finish, nt somo
place In tho United States or Mexico
within six months, for 910,000 a side,
all to go to tho winner.
Assessor Cowan, of Union county,
Is assessing all property in tho county
belonging to religious organizations
not used exclusively for wosrhlp.
Thcro aro 2,421 cllglbloto military
duty in Douglas county.
the last spark of life
seems almost extin
Rulsued it is fanned
into flame again by
firompt, vigorous ac
ion. It is a mistake
however, to put off
action too leng: an
other mistake ia to
despair too easily.
Doth these mistakes
are made in dealing
with disease, par
ticularly with con.
sumption. It is neg
lected at first unti)
someone names It.
tMifti the name
strikes terror to the
mind j the nature or
1im flUiiH mlltltl.
L J derstoods It ia a
JVr blood disease, set-
tied in the lungs. If
It scuicu aumcwiicic
else the doctors
...r.i.1.1 (rlvi. It ft flW.
fcrent name : scrofula, kidney disease or
" liver complaint" Hut the name only tells
where it aetties. It is really all one dls.
eases Bad blood) and there is only one
cute: Good blood, ... ,
An abundance of good, rich, red, blood put
Into the circulation, cure everyone of these
complaints, consumption aa well as the rest
If It hasn't gone too far. It Is on this true
physiological principle fully proven by ex.
perience that Dr Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery cures Consumption and all other
blood diseases. It tones up the btood-mak.
ing organs to produce a fresh supply or
healthy, red blood j this carrie new nour
ishment and life to the wasted lung tissue j
or any other tissue that is affected. It
drives out the poisonous disease germs
which clog the skin, liver or kidneys. It la
simply a question of purifying andhulding
np ; where there is anything left to build on
the "Golden Medical Discovery" will in.
falllbly build up and cure It cures rates
which doctor declare "incurable." That
word baa lost IU meaning since Doctor
Pierce's wonderful "Discovery."
The plain and hoptfiit trulh about disease is
shown In the light of the Ut , M5
century In Dr. rime's Common Sense Medical
Adviser. It U a volume of rooS ptgtt 11 Illustrated,
It also contains letters from many who have been
rescued from cousumpUon. This great book is
t m . .. . . ua mtm a We " t sTMS
of mUfn , to World's Dbptowry MtdUsl I
JUioHiUon. Duifalfl, KfV-
w a! sVv Jail 4.
1 Mi- zr
HIRTY yaar' oticrvntloa
adlUoaa ef ysrisai, pcnalt
It la HHtrasntloMitMr tk teat
the, world haa nvor kaowa. It la harSaf. Chlldrea lUto It. It
given them health. It will save their lives. Ia It Jtfoikera have,
aomctking -whloh ia absolutely aafe aad praotlonlly perfect a a
Cnatorla destroys Wiorata.
Castoria allay reverlshaeis.
Castoria prevoats vomiting Soar CartL
Castoria cares Diarrhoea aail Wla A Colle,
Castoria relieves Teething Treahlea.
Cnatorla onrea Coastlpatloa and Flataleaor.
Castoria Hcatraliaea tho effoota of carhoalo aolil gn er poijeaeaa air,
Caatorla does Hot ooatala morphine, oplnra, or other aarootlo property.
Castoria animllatos the food, regulates the stomach and, bowels.
giving healthy and aataral aleep.
Castoria la pat ap ia oaofae hottlea only. It ia not sold la talk.
Don't allow aay one to soil yoa anything else oa the ploa er promise
that it la M jast aa good" and "will aaawer every parpose."
gee that yon p-ot C-A-S-T-O-K-I-A.
Children Cry for
Summer Is Here
there is no reason for any longer
potponln' that eastern I tip.
Everything is In your lavor.
Hatci ntc low weather Is
pleasant our service Is better
Maps, time tables and full
inlornjllon about the "bejt"
way to reach Omaha, bt. Joseph,
Kansas City. St. Louis ami
Chicaco on Duplication to llic
nearest ticket agent or by
Union Pacific System.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tourls
Sleepera and l'reo Reclining' Chairs dally
OIITL AND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated b.( steam nnd '.a
lighted by Pintsch light.
2 lime to Chicago, 3 t.i. Jays
Time to New York. 4 1-2 davs.
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitoni.'.f For rates, time tables and full Information
liOIHli a JiAIiKJJIt,
ARentu, Salem, Oi,
R. W. BAXTER, C. E. 11ROWN,
General Agent Ditt. Pass. Agent
135 Third Street, Portland.
GEO. FJB.YU HIGH'S
32I Commercial st. Cottle Illock
Successor to C. M Ikck & Co.
llett meats In tho city, Prompt delivery st
Uur M(AMJD 1'OIHOM
eursd in U loU dara. Yon can t (rested
fiosia tor ssBMliriceDoaer same Kuarau
tnet to dmt nJlnnd fareand hotel bllU.tr!
nhMMf ws tall to cure. lfxo"hTUliQiuer
iry. Iodide otaih, and stilt havo achss and
lolornd HpotSi Ulcer
Mtftt is Ibl ttacoadanr SLOOU tl)M
1 She world foi
pwrMtM to cu. Wa aoBcw tM ssoas
udauu u camilajiH tho world
ata wa tifiaaiir rtirr. TbI e'Uaaaa has la
tea. , eapi
the amjwaat p4iyM
a glisaia has always
Itat bahliul oar anooodU
COO KMtUf JO
HI fninnla TsasBl
Tho Rosy FrM3hne
And a velvety aoitucaa of tha skin Is Inva
riably obtained by thoso who uso I'owmi's
ef Cstttorl with Ck yatroaage. of
ia speak of It witkeat arweisbig.
remedy for Hafanta antl CkUdroa
" M mmt Maifca.iiw-nMsass awn siii
'ullman Sloopin' Cars,
Tourist Sleoolno Carb
To bl. Paul, Minneapolis, Dululh, tor go,
'rand Forks, f.'rookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and lliittc.
To CIiIcbl'o, Waililngton, Philadelphia, New
York, lioston, and all Points
JEait ami Soutli
For Information, lime .cards, maps, and
tickets, call on or writ" V
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srrect, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pats, Act,,
Morrison st., corner Third Portland, Or.
Eastern R, H. Company
YAQUINA HAY ROUTE-!
ZZCoiiiuctlnif at Yanulna Hay villi the Sa
Francisco & Ynqulna Ray Hteamthlp Co.
STHAMElt 'KAIlALLON ."
jUSalls from Yanulna every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coos llay, Port Orford, Trinidad
ana uumuoii nay.
Passenger acconmioJatlons unturpassed,
Hhorteit route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or point t west to oan
Francltcoi Cabin, 6 steerage, Ul to Coos
ll.u .n.1 1nr nfP.l rnl.lr. till (Q llUmllohlt
IJay, cabin 8j round trip, cd 60 days, spe
ti.nm.llllliin' nml 1 1 U'm M. Hoaff."
newly lurnuceu, leave paicm uauy. eici
Saturdajs, nt II a in,, arriving at Portland
tue same nay at 5 p, iu. ivciuimm; wn
Lav l'irllnnl CillilA .law us ihnvt nl 6 fl. ra..
arriving at Salem at 3 p m.
EDWIN BTONE, Manager, Ccrvallls, Or.
. U. mayu, supt. uiver uivuion.
il. P. 11ALDWIN, Local Auent.Altona Dock
Hit ti a nsn rolMnou
rnulr fur Oonorriuts
. 1 iStW.V
rHjCHtttrA !" Nou-airlotut.
ClUEUOUTLO.alSBaV "f rMBww,
UalLi. j r " ' t""- ",
" taSlWn lufil In ailalti
.aBrBaa sir uinrraa. nriua
uUr wul vu reqiMtb
Wlii .v uunulural
clmiar . ur ur lallaiii
Jlaii. inltalltin ot ulc
llLrfi t tllUlUUI
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern , Pacific Go,
California Express Tialn Run iau? between
Portland and San Francisco. '
aouth 1 t North"""
8:50 p. m, lv. Portiand at.
ii:oa p. m. lv Salem I v.
10145 a. m ar. Sim Fran, lv,
Above trains StOD at Eaat tVinlanrt. Ctreaim
City, Wo-dburn, Salem, Turner, Mailon,
Jefferson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Slicdils, Hahey, Ilarrlsburc, Junction City,
Kugene, Crcswsll, Drain, and all stations
from Roscbui-R to Ashland, Inclusive.
ROSK11URO MAlt DAILY.
lv. Snlcm lv.
ur. llosob'tr lv.
ar. Bnlcm lv.
DININO CARS OS OGDEN ROUTE
PULLNIaM HUl'Flit riLtiEPERS
and secondclass ilccpinc cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Iktween Portland and Corvallls, dally (ex
'. 1 6120 p. m.
' I i3S P. m,
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trams of Oregon Central ft Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday,
4:45 p. m. ,
7125 p. m.
Lv. Portland Ar. I 8125 :
Ar. McMinvllleLv I 5:50a.m.
THROUGH TICKETS '
to all points In the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SKINNER. Agent, Saltm.
E. P, ROGERS, Aat. G. F. & P. A.,
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
GLANCE ATI HISIMAP.
Of the iChlcago, Milwaukee andSt. Paul
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and romember when going east that lis Irb'ns
aro lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment Is superb. Elegsnt
nutlet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car beithhas an electric reading lamp, and
Its dlnlnc cars aro the best In the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no outer offers the above lux.
urlous accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail,
road oflice will give yon further Information,
C.I.EDDY, General Agent, rf
J. W. CASEY, Tray, Pats. Agent. -
0. R. & N. CO.
k Si. Paul Ry.(
""ant" ! M I LW AU R Ktffi
TO THE .EAST GIVESfTHE CHOIC f.
Via Spokane Minneapolis &t!Paul?nTi5en.
ver Omaha and Kansas Ciiy.ihLow rate) to
I'oruana oan rjancitco.j
Steamers leave Almworth dock. Portland
May 17, 22, 27 and June 1,6, II, 16, 31, a6j
Fare Cabin, $5 steerage, Ja.50.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers Ruth and Elmore for Portland
daily except Sunday at 10 a, m.
For Corvallls dally except 'Sunday at
ForEucene Monday and Thursday at a:to.
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Round
irln tickets very cheap. Jlckets soul ana
baggage checked through to all points with
out extra tramler charges.
rot mil uctaus canon, ucita wntr
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
w, II, uvmi'iTunt.
Gen'l Pas. Act. Portlaod. Or
"For full detail call on or address
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Foot of Tradest. Local Agent
CAUPE'i1 i'Xl'ER Urge lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap, last
the tiling for putting under carpels. Call at