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Letters from the
AN ACMSVIM.B POPULIST.
IAumsville, Aim. a.
in my Judgment, your paper la fcnr
JSrndvocntliitftlie cause of the colu
mn people. Having me mnmycuui-
-eto step "i"' ' a uiiic-iuuiuiwu
Eirty, alone, so far as unmra - -
bid la tills staie, mi vuu ,.,
;..iihprtv.lovlnir people should appie-
ate, especially at tills trying time.
lam a daily reauer ui mu oiuni.
.. . I.,, ni'imrifilun. Illlll 0(1(1
iiD, aim i ;-" . ' . " u 7i"
hows tbelr tymtr eunui ima muni, t..u
j,atcmpt of every Honest man.
From Dillon, Montana.
July 20, 1890.
l niut congratulate you on tjio
kampalifn, Your action ucieiming
:e cause of the people is meeting
ith general approval among the la
rlngpeoplc throughout the westand
Is hoped that Bryan and Scwall will
imd old Oregon next jxovemoer i)ij
ey will Montana, which has been
omMOO to SOW licptioiicnn iicrciw-
ire. It Is Rcnorally conceded that
pnUna will roll up 30,000 majority
r the brilliant young statesman from
le Platte river valley.
w. D. Brown.
In the matter of S. T. Johnson, of
person, who works for the Southern
IcIBc llallroad company, and has
thing to sell but his labor nnd
prjthlng that himself and family
hjumes to buy. lie asks would frco
Inaue of silver benefit him Indlvldu-
Cery many others are situated the
ae as Mr. Johnson and the reply
piles to all more or less.
fcs.lt will. Vliv?
w. v.j .v ...... i, ... .
py putting more money In circu
ital! thereby bringing down the
Iceof money (Interest) and raising
e price of labor and products, thus
pllzing the conditions and benellt-
: all classes, which bcnetlt will cer-
nly reach you as well as others.
pen If it should not reach you
tectly, uro Jyou net patriotic aud
llantroplc enough to try and help
p fellow toilers to a llttlo relief?
luought not to be entirely selfish,
it don't think -you are. And vet
He I doubt not that In case you be
ne Known as a genulno "frco sliver"
one sacrifice that may bo re-
ted of jou will bo (quietly) the loss
opposition. Yet in the resulting:
wrement in the conditions, vou
Id scarcely fall of securing some-
fit else as good, and very likely
f you would not have to sacrifice
I' manhood to mako n Hvlnu fnr
plf and family. It is from such
Slavery that the free silver men
Ha save the workers nftiiianiiMfin.
bt anti-slavery agitation now go-
vu 'a me united States Is of
yUOrO Imnortnnnn flinn Mm. nnn
freed the black slaves; as wage
"J IS niUCll WOrsft In Ha nffeor.a
a the workers of Mia i.nnntr i,nn
J slavery, and every worker can
a io make somo personal sacrifice
em himself, nnd his children
-ue alter lilm, of this "old man
W WOods" wlm will .,M .,.
I'kcks. We have slept upon our
".and must pay the penalty by
ttllOUtl Mm .,t..t ...-H ..
thCn8,laHd theuullt must
in,... -"""aoii uouia stannin
roer onroiir '
Four out offlvoli
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Weather and Crops.
For week ending Aug. 4. 'C3, for
western Oregon. Cooler weather and
less smoke though more clouds, have
prevailed during the past week, with
rain Friday night, Saturday, ami an
occasional rain shower Sunday. The
rain was-heaviest In Portland, where
u.03 of an Inch fell: at Iloscburg 0.11
of an inch fell, and from thence south
ward, decreasing to 0.03 of an inch In
Jackson county. The rainfall was un
usual and unexpected, and was not
produced by any general storm move?
merit, such as prevails In the winter
scnsuil The temperature averaged 3
deg. cooler than the week preceding,
tho lower temperature occurring In
tho day time. The heat of day aver
aged 70 deg., as against 83 deg. of the
week before, while the night tempera
ture averaged CO deg., the same as the
preceding week. Tho winds have been
light in force, uud from the south to
west in direction.
Crops Harvesting of fall-sown
wheat, of oats and barley Is well
along, and some threshing has been
been done. Tho rnlns havo dono no
Injury to tho cut grain, and will not
do injury unless they should be long
continued, which Is not cxptctcd.
Tho rains were of benefit to latc
plnntcd potatoes, te: pasturage, to
corn, to gardens and to hops, buch
rain as.has prevailed Is very unusual
at this season of the year, but It will
be of much benefit. Somo correspond
ents arc of tho opinion that the rain
will be of benefit to late-sown gram,
but such can hardly be the case. It
is a foolish experiment to sow grain
of any kind aftor May 15 nnd espe
cially so after June 1. Many corres
pondents report that where the
ground Is properly prepared and the
grain properly -sown that good crops
are the result. Good farming In Ore
gon-will always produce good crops, I
and this Is especially truo of that por
tion of Oregon west of tho Cascades.
Corn for tablo use Is in tho market,
and Is In quality better than usual.
Melons In tho Southern counties aro
ripe and plentiful. Lato cherries aro
about ovor. Early peaches and early
apples aro ripe; raspberries and black
berries are plentiful; strawberries are
gone; IIops, whore cultivated, have
made good growth; the burrs havo
formed; Hco have appeared. Many
hopyards aro not having any atten
tion paid to them. Tho fruit pros
pects have not changed. Gardens
havo been greatly benefitted by the
rains; garden produce Is very plentt-
Tho conditions prevailing today are
such as to Indicate that tho current
cool,cloudy and showery weather will
pass away, and that tho weather will
become much warmer boforo tho week
There havo been many reports con
cerning tho poor grain and fruit crops,
and In order that tho producers them
selves could make a report, there was
Issued from this office on July 29 a cir
cular which was sent to somo 500 pro
ducers In Oregon,asklng them tostate
the conditions as thoy wcro on August
1. Some 300 reports have been re
ceived and from tho following sum
mary Is made.
Tho coast counties, consisting of
Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos and
Curry, and tho western portion of
Lane and Douglas This section Is not
a great grain section. Tho grain was
principally sown before April l, ana
from May 15 to Juno 15. That first
sown Is turning out very well, and ap
proximately an average;that sown late
Is In many places not fit for hay. Of
the fruit tho prunes are practically a
failure. Somo few varieties will have
a.small yield. The peaches are a fail
ure. (This section on a whole- is no
place to even try to raise peaches.) Of
apples there will not bo much or a
crop.and it would be expressed as very
The same for pears. Tho dry
weather very seriously affected the
smaller fruits, wild berries in many
instances drying up oeioro rauiunuK
the final decision.
The Albany Colts Ate Ruled Out of Uum
After a delay of several weeks a
final decision has been reached In
considering tho protest filed against
the Albany Colts and as a result of
the decision the "Colts' will not nur-
tk'lpatc further lathe Examiner base-'
ball tournament. The following Is
taken from Tuesdays Albany Demo Deme
crat: "The Examiner arriving this morn
ing failed to have tho name of the
Aldany Colts at the head of the base
ball department as champions of Ore
gon. Letters which arrived addressed
Manager Mack and Correspondent
Drum explained mutters, and put n
decided dainpncron base ball matteis
In Albany. In fact the props were
pretty well knocked from under the
Colts. Tho letters stated that upon
further Investigation the correspond
ent at rittsburg had obtained a
further statement from Mrs.Flemlng,
mother of Albany's pitcher, Glenn II.
changing her former statement aud
giving his birth as In March, 1874. Fur
thermore the records of the health
department showed that he and a
twin sister were born on March 2,
1874. A dispatch from J. D. Mayer,
tho Monogram man, also told of the
receiptor a dispatch from Mrs. Flem
ing giving his birth as March, 1874.
The manager and correspondent were
given one week In which to present
further proof. The caso against the
Colts, It transpires, was pushed prin
cipally by Fleming's brother in Port
land, undoubtedly also by the Meno
grams. Tho Examiner, without proof
will revoke Its former decision and
glvo the Oregon championship to the
Monograms. As the Monograms were
also protested this brings up another
contest. Tho club not only played
men not scheduled, but as well as
three men over the required age, and
the result can only bo the throwing
out of that club as well as the Colts.
"Will there be any Oregon champions?
However It terminates the Colts havo
obtained a great deal of notoriety, ns
a crack club. With Golns In the box
they can defeat the Monograms with
case; but no more trials will be per
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know
""",( " "L "J ' ' '"ii'"t'J
C. H. MACK. !
- DENTIST. -
Successor to Dr. J. M.lKeenc, old White,
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees (n any branch are
In especial request.
MONEY TO LOAN
On city or fatm property.
m r- K ,'0KDJ
Over lliuh's IlaiiK,
A Valuable Prescription.
Edlto.' Morrison, of "Worthlngton,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a
valuable prescription In Electric Bit
ters, nnd lean cheerfully recommend
It for Constipation and Sick Headache,
and ns a general system tonic Ithas no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stchlo, 2025 Cot
tage Grove. Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not cat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left her
nnd felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength.
Prices 50 cents nnd $1.00. Got a Bottle
at Fred A. Legg's Drug Store.
When Baby was slclc, wo co her Castorla.
Whanrfio was a Child, sho cried for Cnstorto.
Wfcensho became Miss, sho clung, to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gate them Castor!,
I sw s jj IXVUV tltnt Paregoric,
Ilateman's Urops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-culled Southing Byrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Io Vou Know that opium nnd morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
o Vou Know that In most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons?
Ho You reuow that you should not permit any medicine to be slven your child
unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ?
tin Vou ICuowtliat Castorla is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its lngredlen ts is published with every bottle ?
Xo Vou ICtiow that Castorla is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That it has been iu use for nearly thirty years, aud that more Castorla is now sold thait
of alt other remedies for children combined ?
Ho Vou ICnow that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and hts assigns to use the word
" CnHtorlu " and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense ?
no Vou Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castorla had been proven to be nbBolutcly linrmlcxn?
no Vou Know that 35 nvern;o doses of Castorla are furrlshcd for 35
ccutH, or one cent a dose?
no Vou Kimw that when possessed of this pet feet preparation, yourcltlldrenmay
be kept welt, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, tlicwc tl:lugn are worth knowing. They are facts.
F. VAN DER UAAN,
Carpontdr, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street.
ty Hard times prices always
Jt!j.!w!5 JL . .
0 i ,
C. H. LANE,
ill Co-mierclil st., Salem Or
pySults l$ upwards. Pants upwands-jy
Wofe's Mineral Mm.
The choicest mineral water In the stale.
Snlcni supplied bv C M. Epplty, at the
Electric Grocery, East State st.
la on every
Children Cry for Pitcher7 Castorla.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A training school for teachers. Senior year wholly professional. Twenty weeks of
Pschology, and general and special methods; twenty weeks of teaching in training depart
ment. Training school of nine grades, with two hundred children. Regular normal courie
of three years. The Normal Diploma is recognited by law as a state life certificate to teach.
Light expenses. Board at Normal Dining Hall 1.50 per week. Furnished rooms with
light nnd fire, 75c to tl tier week. Hoard and lodging in private families $2.50 Io $3.50 per
week. Tuition) Sub. Normal $s per term ot ten weeks' normal, JG.3S per term of ten
weeks. Grades from reputable ichools accepted. Catalogue cheerfully furnished on applt
cation. L. Campbell, President.
Or W. A. WANN, Sec. of Faculty. 7 17 tf
and AXLE G EASE
Hardware, Stoves and .Tinware,
GARDEN HOSE. -. . T m . --j BICYCLES.
LAWN SrRINKLERS. SALEIM, OR, SUNDRIES.
WHAT IS SAID.
Home say we give the best meal in
town for 15c. Vc say try us and see.
UO! RESTAURANT !
S. RICHARDSON, TROP.
Second door north of IRtcl Willamette.
Children Cry for
The regular quarterly examination
for teachers' certificates will bo held
at the court house, Salem, Oregon,bc
ginning at 1 p. m.,Vcdncsday,August
12, 1800. G. W. Jones,
7-30-dw-td County Supt.
Tho mills of Linn county have llxcd
the rate of exchange of Hour at .18
pounds for bushel of good,clcan,whlto
wheat and 30 pounds for red wiieat.
4 H 1J 1 I
wS ii If k
VI I I 1 J)
Before the finished
fruit come bud "and
blossom. Bud grows
AAtvi Into blossom and
IVl jSffiil blossom into fruit
And so glrluoou
merges into woman
hood and the woman
The two most crit
ical times iu a wo
man's life are the
times which make
the girl a woman,
and the woman a
mother. At these
times, Dr. Pierce's
tion is of incalcula
ble vfi1i,f It tttrn
danger Into safety and pain into ease. It is
a medicine which has but one object It Is
good for but one thing. It strengthens and
invigorates the organs distinctly feminine,
it promotes regularity of the functions,
allays irritation and inflammation, checks
unnatural, exhausting drains, and puts the
whole delicate organism into perfect condi
tiott. Almost all of the ills of womankind
are traceable to some form of what is known
as "female complaint" And this gener
ally begins either at the time of puberty or
childbirth, or at the " turn of Hfc." .
There are ot three cases In a hundred of
woman's peculiar diseases that Dr. Pierce's
Favorite V rescription will not cure. Thou
sands of grateful women have been ren.
dered healthy and happy by Its use, and
the experience and testimony of many of
them nas been Inc uded in Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser.
When Dr. Pierce published the first edition of
hl.irnrie : The -People's Common Sense Medical
AdvUer. lie 1 .nSouncVl that sfter 80.000 copies
hadbten sold at the regular price, li.so per copy.
Sw"oi ! tbU most complete.lnttrestlnjr
inda1uable common sense medical workever
SblUhed-the recipient only Ulflg; rtqvAni
Sill to the World's bUpenssry Medical Associa-
J1hraworapUtePin one volume. It contains
n?o1oaees sod more than joo Illustrations.
ThJPC&" m TU precisely thVsame as that
The Willamette Hotel.
LEAD1NG HOTEL. OF THE CITY.
Reduced'ratcs. Management ltoeral. Electric cars leave hoiel for allUpul)llcKbulldlngi
and points ofjlntcrest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons,
A. fl. WAGNER
-BXCBLSIOR - STABLE-
B. CHANSEN, MANAGER.
OnlYBoo.riiore used. ' Satiifaction guaranteed. Stabldl.ick of Statelnsurance block
" " A IT " "
ON THE DOLLAR.
Ed, S, Lamport,
(289 Commercial st
Has bought the Frank E ShatV
fer and the M. Beamcr harness
stocks at forced sale, 54,000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar,
Sign of the White Horse.
Pullman Sleeping Oars-
Tourist Slceoin Can
To bt. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, rutgo,
'!rnd Forks, C'rookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and llutle.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston, and all Points
East and South
I For Information, time cards.jlfmaps and
r am prepared Io do all kinds of work in tickets, call on or writ
wood and iron. Repairing machinery of
felSnd h CO,
and reDaired: wacons and buggies repaired,
and new ones made to order. Horseshoeing,
the best that can bo done In townr-hand.
made shoes. Hates and running shoes care,
fully attended to. Call at my stand, at loo
Cbemeketa street, back of New York Racket
ll0re' It. T. HERSCHBACir.
TU. B rrnahnnRB
I liu iiwo; ""
And a Telvcty softness of the skin is Inv
rlably obtained by thoso who use Pozmmi'si
I Oomplexlon Powder.
365 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. U'ass. Act,,
Morrison St.. corner Third Portland. Or.
Ladies Who Value
Arenned completion most use Pozionl's Pow
der. It produces a soft and beautiful akin.
Btago headquarters centrally located at
"The Anderson" for lines leavlnc Salem.
Slates there for orders, All packages and
parcels left there will be cared for. Walling
parlors, eood rooms, and meals at all hours.
GEO. 'W. ANDERSON, Prop.
Ihion Pacific System!
through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tout Is
Sleepera and Freo Reclining Chairs dally
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains ate. heated bstcam and .a
lighted by Pinlscn light.
'Hitic to Chicago, 3 .; Jays T
Time to New York. 4 I-a days
Which Is many lioiirt qulckerlhan com-
For rates, lime tables and full Information
apply to , .i
BOISE C JIAItKJBR,
Agents, Salem, Ot.
R.W BAXTER, C. E. BROWN. "
CeneralAgent Dlst.I'ass. Agent,,
13S Third Street. Portland. '
0. R, &, N. (
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co
California Express Train Run 1IM17 between
Portland and San Francisco.
8150 p.m.) Lvr-Portland, Ar. (8:10 a.m.
:oo a, m
8150 p.m.) Ly, Pottland.-Ar. (8TT
1 1 100 p. m.J-Lv ISalenir-- Ar. J8so
10:45 a.m.) Ar- S. Frisco Lv. (7ro
Above trains slop at EaBtBPortland, Oregon
City, Wordburn, Salem.ljTurner, Marlon,
Icflerson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Shedds, Halsey, Harrlsburg, Junction City.
Eugene, Crvswtll, Drain,) and nil stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive
KOIKUtmn MAIL DAILY,
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Itoseb'g lv.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOIC
' Vis tinntrsnn Minnrstwiiis .st'Paul'anil Den.
vor Omaha and Kansas Cily.i.Low ratei'to
trua U&tW uivisiun.
Tortland San Fjancisco,
Rlramcri leave AIntwnrlli dock'. Portland
July, 26, 31 and August 5, 6, 10, 15, ao, 35
1'are Uabln, 555 steerage, SJ.50.
Steamors Ruth for Portland, Tuesday aud
Friday, at 7130 a. m.
ForCorvallls Wednesday and 'Saturday J at
Steamer Gypsy for Poetland, Wednesday
and Saturday at 7130 a, m.
ForCorvallls, Monday and Thursday at 5
Lowest trelght and passenger rates, Konnu
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets' sold and
baggage cnecKca mrougn 10 an points witn
out extra transler charges,
Fot full details call on Boist & Barker
agents, Salsm, Oregon, or address,
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or
For full dclahs call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local Agent.
lv. Portland nr.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
and secocd-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallls, dally (ex
cept ouiiuay, )
u: 15 p.m.
I Lv, Portland, Ar.
Ar. uorvauis, l.v
6120 p. ni,
U35 I', nt.
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trains 01 Oregon lonirai a eastern itaiiroau.
Express train dally except Sunday,
4:45 p. m.
Lv. lurtland AT"
Ar. McMlnville Lv
0125 a. ni.
to nil points In the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. F. & V. A.,
R. KOEHI.ER, Manager.
Eastern R. R- Company
LYAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
""Conntctlng at Yanuina Bay with the Sa
Francisco & Yaqulna Bay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coot Bay, Port Oiford, Trinidad
and Humbolt Bay,
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or point t west to Ban
Franclscot Cabin, 0j steerage, Ml Io Coos
Bay and Port Orford, cablr. id; to Humlioldt
Ilav, cabin 8; round trip, good Co days, spe-
The steamer Albany will leavu Salem from
Altona dock for up river points at 6 a, m..
nnd the steamer Wm, M. Hoag for Portland
anc down liver points at 7 a. m. on Sundays,
Weduesdajs and Fridays.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or.
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. 1. BALDWIN, Local Agent.Allona Dock
; m xMfUV3r,X
. .'.. ;i!. prinlorri
......u.i Q cliri, or aur Inflsfti
...-. linn Irrlt.lUiti ur ulo.
x.vnie. lluu. irrltallon ur ulwra-
.. ,j (ikiiiun. tlvii u( mucous wciu
.tujCMiMieilCo. l"n.. Nun-MUIng.ut,
Vi'' Lir uiiM. unMlil. (of
ifjOO, Ti bollM, SWa,
Circular uat va riHti
k Si. PaiiUly.,
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i V. k XfE
GLANCE AT THIS MAP-
Of the Chicago, "Milwaukee "andgSt. Panl
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Onaha,
and. remember when going cast that Its tru'ns
are lighted with electricity and heated by1
steam, Its equipment Is ".superb. Elegant
Bullet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free rocllnlng chairs. Each sleeping
car icilhlias an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best in the world,
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no oilier offers the above lux.
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "The. Mllwau.
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail,
road office will give yon further Infoimatlon,
C.J. EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agent.
SSI ..SSSSlhoma f orsama erica nndtr itmi sruama-
"iiMty. if jouprtrfM to come lists W9WIII003"
"aW tract to pay rallroan tarsiad hoUl bllli.soa
EM) eh sre. 1 1 ws tall to eur. If Jfou have lassa mer
cury, luUldo siotash, and still have adits and
l'luiples. Copper Coloretl 8 pots, Uleers on
sm srswrsAS Ia enrsv W soUaU Ms taoM atsW-
suita cat and estaU
sura wotM far st
Vbls clltsaM baa sJhbm
1 most emfcsnt smyid.
11 oeoiws ear mipuaw
e roa tAB I Mld oat
for purity, and for Improvement of tnajcora
plexlon nothing- equals I'ouoxi's'I'owdbii.